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BY AUTHOR, Y.
OPFICK OK TltF. llOAHl) OF llr.AI.TU,)
IIonomh.v, July 17, lis'JD. J
Sealed tenders wilt bo icecived nt
thia office until 12 o'clock noon, on
WEDNESDAY, July 2.J, 1800, foi
.supplying tbo Poind of Health with
tho following article fiom the 1st
day of August, lb90. to the 1-t dny
of Jnnuaiy, 1891, vi..
Rough Nor.' West lumber, up to
Tongucd and giooved, X.W., up to
Kedwood shingles, up to 100 M.
" surface, up to !W00 feot.
" battens ix'X, up to 100
" fence posts, up to 200
Doou, 2t0 and fl0 1 each.
3.islies, l(K12 and 10M each.
Nails, up to 30 kegs.
Doilcd Oil, up to 150 gaK
Tin pontine, up to 51) gali.
White Lend, up to 3000 lbs.
Provisions und supplies:
Rice, up to 4.00 sks.
Cal. Med. Hiead, up to 100 eases.
Best quality (lour, j- sks., up to -100
Sugar No. 1, up to 4) bags.
Rest lti d Salmon, up to 10 bids.
Son), 'J lb. bait), up to 0800 baic
-Matches, Card, up to 102 gio1-.
Salt, Coarse, up to 150 bags.
Kerosene Oil, up to 700 gals.
Bids may be made for all or
any pai t of the above artieles, to be
delivered, as ordered by the Agents
of the Board, f. o. b. island stcamcre.
The Board does not bind itsulf to
accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Bo.ud,
GEO. C. POTTER,
OPS 3t Sccietary.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bui established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 'J, ISflO.
A JUST CLAIM.
Monetary -claims are sometime.
presented to tho House, which, on
investigation, are fouuil to bo un
just and unreasonable. A claim for
money due or work done, and for
damages icsulting from breach of
contract, is now pending, which we
are satisfied investigation will un
n.istakabl3 thow is not unjust.
We refer to the case of John Bow 1
er. This gentleman, as n contrac
tor and in good faith, engaged ev
eial j ears ago to do certain woik in
connection with the palace, and did
the work according to stipulation.
To this day he has not icccivcd one
i ent of the stipulated compensation.
About the same time he agreed with
the Government of the day to return
to their homes a number of .South
.Sea Islanders and pin chased a ves
sel, the Kalakaua, tor the purpose.
A succeeding Government upset the
arrangement, by which gioat finan
cial injury was done to Mr. Howler.
Ho now asks foi tho money due,
and long oveidue, fcr the palace
work and lor damages in the Kahi
kaua case. The last Legislature de
clined to do him justice, and he ap
peals to the present Legislature."
All Mr. Howler wants is justice, and
we trust and believe the House is in
a proper frame of mind to grant it.
TVmmlfi- nt tlin Line, to tho Cow
pun y-Kt'iiort at Kugluocrx.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the Oahu Railway and Land
Company Thuisday, a report of
.Messrs. Allnrdt and Sproull, civil
engineers, on the line was accepted
mid the road was formally taken
over fiom the contractor, Mr. Dil
lingham. 'iho company created the olllcc of
General Manager and appointed Mr.
Dillingham to tho position. Mr.
AV. G. Ashley was appointed Super
intendent, he having lilted tho 9amo
ofllce under the contractor.
Following is the report of the en
gineers: Honolulu, July 15, 1890.
Me3srs. tho Stockholders of tho
Oalm Railway & Land Compony,
Gentlemen; Pursuant to our in
structions dated July 10th, wo have
made a careful inspection of the
condition and equipment of tho
Peail Kiver Division of the Ouhu
Railway, and now beg to lepoit the
result of our examination:
Costkact The contract dated
April 10, I88D, botween tho Oahu
Railway and Land Company and
Mr. B. F, Dillingham, calls for in
general terms tho completion and
equipment of a single line of rail.
ttP.i'Jaiws wvun ti itifM'icM3"y?vlwvrt,aicgtg?i.iTreMg
woy (lftcon (15) ndci long, between
lumoiuiu aim a poiui in me uisinci
TitACK Of tho fifteen (15) miles
of ti ack vc find tho first thiitecn
and one-half (13') miles to bo in
first-class condition, the level nmt
alignment being excellent. The last
one and onc-hnlf (1 J) miles nrc not
yet fully spiked ami require some
surfacing up, which was in progress
duriiic our inspection.
Rails The rails for a distance of
12.0 miles from Honolulu are,as the
lontiact mpi'ue.s, nl steel, 5H)lbs. to
the yard; the balance of the Hue,
2.1 inilcis, U laid with lion rails ol
oTilb. weight from the Sonoma Val
ley K. 11., California. These Kills
are In good condition and hut little
Tu On O.J miles of the line,
ohia ties have been laid as specified,
5 inches by 8 inches by C feet. The
balance of the line has been laid
with redwood lies, l inches by H
inches by 0 feet. This is owing,
we arc infouued, to the fact that it
was found impossible to obtain ohia
ties as quickly as required, to keep
pace with construction.
IUi.lasi Although not called for
by the teunsof the contract we find
that the contractor 1ms ballasted
with stone and friable rock 12 miles
of the railway. This, while adding
largely to the cost of construction,
will lend to lengthen the lifo of the
rails and sleepers, and make the
future cost of keeping the line in
order much less than if earth ballast
alone had been used.
Sidings Sidings at the terminal
and other stations, of 5500 feet ag
gregate length, have been built;
these appear to be sulllcient for pre
Bkiihsks and Dhains The rail
way has been thoroughly provided
with bridges and drains ot sulllcient
waterway to meet the reasonable ie-
quircments of efficient diaiuagc. All
of the structnies arc built in the
most substantial manner and of am
ple strength to cany the heaviest
rolling stock that the future traffic
of the road may call for.
There are in tho 15 miles, 1511
lineal feet of bridging, thirty-six
(30) box culverts, and eleven (11)
Fencing Tho fencing is accord
ing to contract, being erected wher
ever necessary, and to specified di
mensions. Station Buildings The station
buildings at Honolulu and Manana
much exceed what might legitimate
ly be tuken as a fulfilment of the
contract. They are handsome build
ings, well designed to suit their
intended purpose. At six () in
termediate stations, suitable build
ings have been completed ; these we
find moie than lullll contract ie
quircments. Tukntablks Two (2) first-clas
turn-tables have been provided, one
at Honolulu and one at Manana.
Enginl and Caii Sums At Ho
nolulu is an engine louud house,
paved with asphalt, to hold five (5)
locomotives, and a car shed -10 feet
by 180 feet, sulllcient to hold 12
passenger cais. These buildings
are well and strongly constructed,
and largely exceed what might have
been taken as a fulfilment of the
Rolling Stock We find the fol
lowing rolling slock on the lino:
One (1) Baldwin locomotive "Le
ahi" weight 11 tons ; one (1)
Baldwin locomotive "Kaala"
weight M tons; four (1) iirst-elasa
passenger cars; four (1) second
class passenger cais; six (0) third
class passenger cars ; eight (S) fiat
ireight cars, and one (1) box
fi eight car, all of which arc ot lirst
cla'.s design and woikmanship, and
fully up to -pocilications.
Tiu.ui'iiom s An elllcient tele
phone sysu'in has been cnnsti noted
as iar a- Manana station, leaving
about three miles extra distance to
be completed under the contract,
which we have been informed will
be erected by the telephone company
in a few days.
Gr.NhiiAL RiruAKhS We consider
that, taking the railway as a whole,
the contractor has pei formed his
work in a thoroughly good manner,
and that he has interpreted the
terms of the contract most liberally
in the company's favor, as regards
the quantity nnd qmdiry of woik to
In conclusion vvc feel it our duty
1o give duo credit to Mr. Clins, II.
Kluegel, the engineer in charge, un
der whose immediate supervision all
the details of location and construc
tion weio carried out, for the excel
lent railway he has uuceetded m
obtaining. The location of the line
is excellent, notwithstanding tho
difficulties In striving to satisfy the,
in many cases, umcasouablu dc
mnnds of landowners along the line,
in tho matter of right of way.
Tho services of Mr. Geo. A. How
ard, tho architect, also deserve
mention for the neat and appiopri
ate designs ho has furnished for the
various depots and buildings con
structed along the line of the road.
Respect! ully submitted,
G. I Aixaiidt, C. K.,
A. JMacdovvai. Si'itoui.i,, C. 15.
OR FAMCnk7's "l'lesT'imd Fancy
Pusiiy In pent v.uluty, fiesli to
day at Hie i:ilto loo Cieiuii Parlinn.
QPLENDID Ih tho Jen Cieani Soi'a
KJ at the i:iite leo t'riuni Pailoj.
TRY tJio Hobs Taffy at tho Elite, loo
jl. uieum rauors.
IFyouvvantiuluoii'Mrs ko to O. J.
3IeCtirtl).v'a, C35 2v
DAJIX BULLETINS HONOLULU, . .,
AUCllOIl Sales Ifl L'JWiS J, LfiYCy.
Auction Gale of
Fmiliiii HiMim, lite.
On Tuesday, .iuiy aaiui,
AT t IKC'lillCti A. 11..
1 will -ell nt Public Auction by older of
of Sam Sang A. Co., oouier'uf Itethel
and King street, thewho'oof tliclr slock
lluieiui. Wardiobo. Itook-diclves, Mut
llng, Sewing Machines, Mattrasse.
Table .v Club's, Rockets, Locks, Ctitn
plmrTi links, l)oi)i'', Calabashes, Hand
Cm t. Sashes, Cat poller's Toed', rue
wood. Etc., Etc.
lTi)9 2t Auctioneer.
1 am instructed bv Mn. S. KHltUCH
to sell at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, July 21,
,VT lO O'lJIiOt'It A. 31..
At his ic-idcncc, King neet (opposite
the lc'ldcnee of Mr. Alex. Young), Hie
w hole of hi-
1 Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
Upholsli'iidlii Jt.iw Silk;
Center Itugn, llandomo tillt IMoek,
MuMo Stiinil, Muihlctop Center Table,
IMe.int Ihigiavlngs ib Vlctuu'.
lliiidonu is. V. Maiblerop I'.edroom
fcer, t'.itnteu ilcilioom Set,
Ash Bedroom Bet,
31attr.ssse, Mos-iiilto Cm tains, Jt. V.
Extension l)lnhi: Table it Ohaiis,
Chcfionier, a Waulrobe-, Hair Cloth
Pallor bet, Cli uulelleis & Lauipb,
Matting A Oil Cloth, Me.US.de it Itefi i
gcuitoi, 1I.U .V: UmbU'H.1 bland, Medal
lion Stove & Kitclun I'leiisi s, (Jiockeiv
& Glassw.uc, Billi 'J'ub, Gaidtn Tooli
& Hose, Etc., Ltc. Alto,
2 French Plate Rfiirrors,
And 3. 11 rn ice.
tST" The lioue will be nponfor in
Fpeclion on Wednesday, .lnlv 2Jitl, fiom
10 a. m. to 4 l. m. Tliu Am tlniiopi du
plies to call attention to the excellence
ot the aboc Fiu nilmv, having been in
use a ?hoit time jnd nluiot inwv.
LI3WIH J. Li'A'F.Y,
007 fit At.elinneer.
S r? Ti !" P ? Qi
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
HAGS and 8AUG1HS,
On Goo!, Boots & Baees,
LIQUORS, BEER and WINES,
lite., Kit., lite. F.ie.
To airlvc perbjik "Adonis"' fiom Bie
nicn, jier luik "lM'iibfig" fiom LUei
juiol. ier h.nk 'ransi" from Ni'w Yoik
and oilier vi-fucIi-. aie olleied
oit svr.i: m
H. ff. SCHMIDT k SONS
OJ.JL AJ li i!i f ?
i t tt e s 2 i.:
HI IIAIil'-POUWD l'A'j B
M the riiiest Table Uiillir said in the
City of Honululii,
io in: imii or
Henry Davis 85 Co,
ALVDinf.' Ivoiy I'lu. Kinder will
pUuhO IPtUlll to till-, otlloo. COI Iw
''piIltKL' riffet-class Hands fordiess
JL inakiiiy. Apply at once at e-tab-liflhment
003 if MltSjU IXl.H
$ua T AIIOH Coitnu on laliliii
fF5?fS lj Hlieet, S rooms kitithuli
KiS2sa3 and pantry. Convenieni to
c.ii. Apply to
01 King St.. over .1. Xoti's sloie.
rXAJk T J'1'1'0 Pbiblo? at picteut
ijO .-J oiTiipled by llawail.ui
&2z2ssA 'J'r.uihfor t'o., pomUUon
Kiven August ist. Apply to
(OS tf , , K WALKKU.
NOTIOJ-J 1(i JlOJCtiEailSNi
5l!. I nluc:Mallion".SIii'-
'ii Miliuuiill- Will M.llltl
iJSQ. tills teasou at Iho
.'V.-! .. ,.1...I.1I ..III .....,
" -? WoodlavMi Duliv:
teinis 830. lror fuitlier paitlcular.i
apply at tlio Dairy. 585 3m
Anctlon Sales by James l Morgan.
OnWEIXtfESDiYY, July 23,
AT X!i O'CLOCK XOttX.
At the 1 ear of ofllce of .T. I. Dowttt,
Sr., Queen nil eel, I will sill nt
1 ft&olftfoiii JJuUj
j as. i aroitCLx,
1 have leeched institution to cell at
On WEDNESDAY, July 2.'i,
AT l'J O'CLOCK OO.V,
Aticai'of tho ofllce of ,1. I. Dow sett,
5 Hawaiian Brail nn.es,
6 Hawaiian Bred MARES,
n o o X-i ri? ?$ i
ffijf The Miller mo fired by the Ta
inous Kentucky Jack "lllutelicr.
fP" Aniontj the Colts aio some fiom
'Klti WHliiims' and other jjood shes,
unt of sumo linn Biood Mates.
,1AS. F.M ORGAN,
ens Jt Auctionrei.
Executor & Trtisteo'a f.alo o
Leases, Cattle, to,
JUtc:. Jito . 13t.
J!y dliection or CKCIL UKOAV'X. liv
ccttloi'& Tiiistcc of tliu L-ii-t Will and
Ti'stameiit of t'billp Milton dcee.i-ed.
1 am dheclid to 'ell .it Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tbe laini House In 1'alolo Valley,
Honolulu. O.diu, all tbe following
dc'i'illied I'inpeiiy. suitable
tor Ji.iiii.li )iu't oes:
l"t All ih it land containln;; an aiea
of l.lOJj aeies and Mtinic In Kipabulu
and Waiidac-iki. DMikt of ICoua, O.iliu.
and belli;? the same pictnhes lonvejcd
to the Mud I'hilip Milton bv tlie't'ius
lee of tliu IMato of Vt . O. l'unalllo.
2nd All that kind cont ilmuj; an aiea
of nine nciea situate in Palolo Vidlo.v,
and lii'ln the same pioniNo cnuvcyLMl
to the sild Philip Mbton liy Ur-o'lda
blieinian. This piopuly ba- a n ife
H'-eivoii ujion it, which stipplks tbe
lower land- with vv.itei for i.ee cul iva
iloii, the 1 0f-ei vol i U ISO f.itlmm-. (ju ire
and lias a depth of 11 feet, and cost In
the neighborhood of $10,000.
Hid All that kind iuniaii.in;: an aiea
of lfO aeies and Mtu itc at Kip.ilmlu.
O.ibu. 'liie two killer ti act-. In Mpu
hiilii and Wai.d.ie-iKi me fenced wllb
ood -tone wall? and who f neinc ll
videb them fiom pmpcily now in nn
seshiou of I). 1'. fccnbcij; nnd list a foi
Also ai tho "ame time and pi ice tbe
Lease fiom the Hawaii in Onviiu
inent. of 11 1 aeies of laud-, known as
k'tmilil ,.inli i.t.ilnl C'l.n .ti.l.i...
.luiiul, ltji)j. A poiiion'of'thislaud
(.5 ni'ie; sulilut to a Clilnaman loi lice,
tor (i0 a je.ir.
J-case fiom Commissioner of Clown
Lund-, of 1 mils known as Vaioiu 10 and
Pukcle. aiea tltii ai'ie-, veaiiv lental
85B3. lea-o epbe, .l.iu. 1, loot.
Lease fiom D. V I'an.ilii, r.f 111
aeies of land of Keklo, joaily len'.al
d:!00. A portion of this lauil uiidci
cultivation of rice, bj Chineso who h-tve
payed ij 1000 a j ear, the le-eivolr -ii-plj
log most ol tho watei, Ii.i-D tx.iiies
Lenso fiom If. It. II. Lilliiokakinl
of laud known as Kuauwcloa. '214 aeies,
jeaily lental f?yo, Ie.ie eplies in May,
Lease fiom P. V. Paualil, of liiuil of
Keklo. about fiOO aeies, yearly icnl.il
fc'-M, lease exjibes Oct., l.S'll
Leace from Hawaiian Government, of
land of Wimhilii, lbUacics, vouilv lent
al $U0', lease expbes In Auj;., lsil'1
Lease fiom Tuistees of Uishop IMate
of Wimlill.i, :,0J aeies, jeuly ient.il
0-(i0, le.iso e.spbcs Aujmti, lS'.iii
Leae fiom S. Kawui abd Uek.iul of 2
pieces of kind in Wal.unan and Keklo
U34 uoion, yearly i entul ?L'l, lea-e o.
plii's in diigust, lfiiu.
'i'lm IiuiiId of Uiuililla 'ltd oeies aie
now hi iiifjiug a rental under an a;;i ce
ment with PoitiigiieMi of ijiiOU a jenr.
'I'll e io me nhniitS acie-of liiio'almo-t
ripe widi h will be sold vvilh Iho laud
upon which It Ih flowing
'Iho liiioino fiom Uianges Limes,
Coffee, Ltc . and l'astiuagu have
anioiiiitcdto about 8100 a jear.
Tliu piopeuy above sel foith lias a
labium's house, slaughter bouse ami
other liiueb buildings upon them, and a
Also .it llio same lime and plnco about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Covvh, Feveu Pair of Winking
Onoii, also o Hoii-es, tl Mules' nnd a
Colu, tK Tint, Saddles mid Hi Idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and othei ulenlls ami
propel ty used upon a well appointed
C?r Tho Propci ty can bo inspected at
any time. ruriiuthcrpuitl.Mihiir.Hppiy
,JAS. F. 3IOIIGAN,
Kouutor&Tiuitco. D00 lm
JtftT IP, I8&0.
B ffiMS'Sfa BfcaifPfi&M
HE KJ K V V& M Hi? & HJ? ttf
Jumbles, CofiTee Cakes, Crackers,
0tT And will bo DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
Coflce, Tua, Chocolate &, Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fihb, Ifatu fc Eggs,
wwl.flaTgMlKMe'WMtOTVaaWPft rq-orr&'.-w;-!rre'?r:m iftmmwnrv
H M (3 U CW, tratK is M a RR i is V t-Cvitf cl a 3V1 3& Va hbHK Kls.il fftU t!. -tiK tu
HH t If BSf HHiWRHnHS5" raw 's l T& sa MaHS IwsBfifl a H
TAHITI i LERIONADi
'J K Is L
Solo roprietora of
x, Bj is ?a n q
ua j :j Jsvw
Ginmr Ale. Hop Ms, erciflii, mmti Sersspsrllia, liirii Waiim, Etc.
e- Ail oi!imuulttiitioii8
GO Hotol Gtrett (Cr cr tlocW,
Would lospcctftdly intoi m their foi mar
i iiMoint'it. and fiii nds of Honolulu and
ilie oilier I-il iuds that they have just ic
tuiued fiom the Coast and will open a
stoic and inannfjctcii at above stand on
SATURDAY, July 19 h Inst.,
When they will be piepaud to oftcr Iho
veiy latest piodurtiiuia and
Fine French and Honis-niac
on-IJonn, Me-J.'iK'h, "ISlc
We will alo cmy in slock Iho t!uet
linen of Kiimki'is" ;ouds, meb as
Cigars & Tobaccos,
A'to, A hl'.W liHJE Or CUttlOS.
ffii".s ve nuiniifae me oni Goods on
the pifinlsct. we cm uu.iiauteu eveiy
thius: tn lm of a Ihsr-i'k.i-, natiuii
I 00" :it
JlotdM. CHiewei lilouk).
Icfeiry Fer Si !
Tin. following Miit'ldm rv ioinilni;
pint of the suir Mil 1'liui will be Mild
at public aiiuilou at i.n c.uly date miles
dl-ptsed of pievtnii-ly by "piivalu sale
Paititb deshouf; of puii'lusjngiiny poi
tlnii of i lil -i Macbiueiy r.m get'piutl
eul ii and pi ice- fiom tlii'imtk-uUnud:
1 26X43 M k (igffli,
.p.uo Gear Wheel & Pinion;
1 l.'ixMO T'nglue, fcpairs (3i"ir 'lieel it
AMlUiiIu OlmlficH wbh rittlng", !
1 Juice Heater, 1 1 ft. lung 12 In. dia-
2 f In. W. J. Cleaning Puns, fisl5r.2.75
1 0x7 Double Kffert, eoinpli'lf vvilli
Pump to M;i'.;';
1 PiX9.fi filliflWIV Hjllfii' fOmnMr'
i iuv uiiwwiy Ddim, tuuiui.it,
1 fislO Tubular Holler, eoinnVle:
1 .Sugar (Jar f In. W L, 4C. Ij.3,-1 ;
1 Sugar C'oolur, 8.ri.(l.s20;
1 Sugar Cooler, I! (i5 (Ix.'O;
'J btiiir Cooler. IxB (iiO;
I Tank ,ijf In. W. I .7uvJ0xi:;
1 Menu rump, 4 dhebaige;
1 Nft fl PJiAKfi FRPiI) PUMP
1 IW. U UdtlllU i.UUU lUIdl,
2 UIjI.'o l'liini)", dUclmigo;
1 Lathe.-20 chuck 12 ft. long, b.'d;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Pali banks l'latfoim j-'edes, 2li2S;
Mlll Huildliii.', -10l.r-().21; and Boiler
Shed, allcov. vvilh Con ugated Iron;
Tlru lti icU, also a kugo ii'i-oitmuut of
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves, Piping,
Por Star Mill Co,. Koluila, Hawaii.
KONG W0 CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, General Merchandise.
Evva Plantation, ; Honolulu, Evva.
Tiavelers by train or Ooverimiont
load can scciuo nccoinmodattons aud
board, Chaiges reasonable. C02 lm
lqftrCTalBol!uJwlW'Miwo'vi.'''g haowmujtm o i-'iwum.tfwauwmuuaKwwwrm.i.J
yii mm yiMiLL
ISTUXJJS O , S-AMTEEyX
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Pies, Buns, Rolls,
IVouAi li:00 a. . to
6 .r 1
autl ordovs should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having rc:noM.d our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarters at.
No. 229 PORT r3S?T.mmX,9
(Near the Custom House)
Wo uro now ptepaied to furnish at short notice, and of piime nuality, any
of the following High Clas3 Aerated Bevciage3:
Piffl, Steel, Lfiiei, strawberry er Gnu Soda,
Sarsaparilltt, S:trsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Uiing o.wluMVily the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLL13TER & COa,
itiKjjjt a llivnl in IVicn & Quality!
Ono-tird .ho Prioj of the Eoyal !
Every Kousokeoper Should tso It !
$$ A Having of S3 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Vciy Heat. gjrj
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBEKS.
O Hawaiian Isluiids. At Chnmbris.
Cannon. Itefoic Mr. .lustiic Dole.
Oidei on pulilon of Uankiupt for
dlseh ngo fiom Ids debt'.
Upon leading and lillng tho petition
of llt'iiiy Cannon, of Honolulu, Ouhu,
alleging Unit moie than six mouths
have elapsed since lie was adjudicated
a Uankiupt and pi.ijing for discharge
fiom all Ids debts.
It N oideied tli.it WEDNESDAY, the
:S0lh din of .lulv, A. D 18!)0. at 10
a. m of that day at the Comt Kooin in j
siuoiaui nine, liunoiuiu, ne aim is
heieby appointed tho lluie and place
forlieiilng of s.iid petition when and
i where all ciediiois who have moved
'beli claims against said Uankiupt m.iy
, 01,penr Mlll, how PilllMS if a1'y Uey
, nave, wny me piayer ot salil JlutiKitipt
tnoiiKi not ua gi allien.
And It is fm thur oideied that notice
bo given by adveiiisenient in the Daily
Jiui Ll:i' published In said Honolulu,
lor two wculta of tho time and place of
nub he.nlng mid that iho Cleikofthe
fNimioinn f 'niii t ii tut I 'tinlliisia rf tli ttnin
, of said Ibinlciupt who have piovedtluir
debts. Jlv the Comt.
J IT. HEIST,
Dalcil Ilonnliilii. July II, 1S00.
0. J, McCarthy
Has just received a fiesh lot of
Manila & American
COS Glvo uu a call.
part of the cily. S
Stews, Roused Tig's Feet, Etc.
1 p. xi'a
& IRON WATL21,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Eriii8ivo Agents for tho Huwaiiun Islands
ART CLASSES !
UTR. Allen Hutchinson holds a claps
XIX In modelling at his studio. Nuu
anu ave.nne, ovety Tuestlav and s.atm
uiiy. 1 or pai tlculnis apply Bell Tele
pboniSJMU ' C07 lm
VfOTICE Is heieby given that Mr. S.
1 Levy 1ms Ken admitted us a
p.utuer In the linn of S. Ehillch & Co.
ti. EUltLICH & CO
Honolulu, July 12. 1600. ens rt
A ? P. "Winjt claims acnlnst tlio
latpW. It. aoal will pfeaso scud
them addressed to Mrs. r-eal, caiu of W.
Linhmiin, at O. W. Mncfaikmo it i'o.'s.
. lion olulii, July 18, 181)0. f,Q8 iw
'rpnEMech'inlc3'& Woil.lngmen's P.
X P. Union will hold a geneial
meeting at tho K. of 1'. Hull, Kort
stieet, on .MOND Y EVENING. July
'-'1st. All inuiiibciH aie requested to
0 7 It PETtORDETt.
HPIIE legfllar annual and quartcily
X meeting of tho PuclUo Ilaidwaio
Co., L'd., vlll bo held at their oilice on
THURSDAY, July 21, 1SU0, at 10
o'clock A. M.
.IAS. G. SPENCER,
Honoliilii, July 17, 1600, C07 td
HpiIE annual meeting of the stock
X holdors of tho Walohluu Agiicul
tuiidifcGrpztngC'o, will bu buldiittlio
olllce of tho Swcretuiy, at Honolulu, on
WKDNESDAY, tho 30th hiBt., at 10
o'clock A. M. O. P. 1AUKEA,
001 2w Sccictaiy W. A. & G. Co.
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