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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 18'JO.
Stint I.lUollkefiom Maul
Btinr Wnlnlenlefioin Kaiml
Stuir Ktnlii fro u lluiiuiu-tulu aud Na-
Bk U O Whltmoro from Port Blakcly
Stiiir Mukolli from Molokid
It 11 S . Zu.daiidli, Oteioudoip, from
Aui uu u D Hiyant, J II Jncobscn, for
Btmr Iwnlnnl for Lahulna and llama-
ktut m 10 a in
It M n iJiuil.imiln, Oteicmlop, for Sim
FiaueUeont-i p in
IQQAL & OENSRAL HEW8.
aIcad tlin nnnounccrrioht lit rcgdrd
to Oahll Colleito.
Thanks to ruucr E..A. Keil, of
tho Australia, for tho regular news
Moss. Antulnn Vizznvoun, tho new
Fruui'li Chancellor, camo by tho
The Hawaiian band gave nn ex
cellent concert nt tho Hawaiian
Hotel list night.
The bas-ilmll match nt Mukiki, this
afternoon, id between the Hawaii
mid tlio Star clubs
The Mtilokui expedition will
Siinduy night at 10 o'clock, by
Wilder steumcr lliiwai.
VESSELG LEAV IIC MONDAY.
Stmr Llkollkc for Maul nt 5 p in
Htnir Mukolli fur MoloaulutSp m
Haw bk iaid.v Lam son, I' 0 sudeigicn,
for .- an i'raucl jco
Stmr J iiuuuilus lor Koolau at 0 a m
A r.MKTiNO of the volcano, by D
II. Hitchcock, will be on exhibition
in the Up-lown bookstoio, this1 ovo
I. i ii m m .. .....
The TtoV. II. II. Gowenwill preach
ut thu 10 o'clock seivieo o the St.
Andiew'a Calhcdiul to-morrow
Blaine on Sugar Duties and
Shipping Bounty Bills
S'oinif i-r.ri CeHuattli'rT-Iii'Utli nt
Sir. Zlaimlus.-'tfus'i'' Trust, etc.
For Maul una Hawaii, per steamer
I'luiui, July '20 Win Ucilowlta, D U
Baliwlu, Ml8 r Williams. Mia Kh
cliotf, ,ir llowen and clilld, 11 Us M
UulUwin. EG Hitchcock, V ii Uiiftlo,
A V Peteis and Wit . lbos Joseph,
Thomas, llutlilas, liumy, Edwuid.
ltuph, lgiiniins, ehuiles, ..aims, lit It
Aimilu and wife, A &t U l'Hauata and
lrlde,.A'flbus, MUs Maiy Parker, Mia
O lv atllltuaii, F U tsaulil, wife andron,
AV O Walker. W Y Homer. Kev Ulok
iifl . (.'htiiiu Chaw. C Z Alou.i, Kev A
Vail, Kev J Okabe, Mrs Putnam and
beivaiit, G t) aklna and daughter (.),
Ji iiiipui. MUs llapai. Ilia U ii Brown,
MifB 1j Blown, Mis L A Like, AiUs 11
Kuwulil. I h Luid, Mrs l.oid, W 11
Coinwell, jr. 11 r Mitchell, 11 Macfailanc,
aud U UleKeusou.
Kiuin Maul, per f-tmr Llkc'ikp, July
2G 11 U Wiutworth, A (.! Alexander,
MUs Rubci istm, MUs L Pedlar, Afcloj;.
1) V Foleer. Wni 11 iiullcy and son, G
1' Wilder aud wife, P M Koouey, 1)
Center aud 31 deck,
i'or liaiinikiiii. ptr stmr Iwa'uul Jn1"
20-J 1C Miller, Mrsc .tt, and l;J deck.
Fioin Knuni. per stini aialeule, July
CO V Belnhanlt and 8 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
11 B M a Acorn, Po.latd, from a cruise
l! a F 3 i buries on, Uear-Aiiuiiral Uto
Ui'iiwu, from ban HaticUco
U S SNipslo McCurU-y, Horn llilo
Am bk Opbir Horn i.wcastle, N S W
Am Miitu tcbrltobeitLeweis, L) vf 1
l'euhalow, tioui sun iiaueisco
By tlio Australia,, Mr. Kiahel re
ceiv'cd an iinmeii.-o lino of flue milli
nery, fancy good'', Fiencli flowcm,
Fienchkid uhocs, etc.
Titsm: vas a largely attended
nieoliug of tho Mechnnics' Union
yesterday ovening, and impoitant
busmtss was transacted.
Tun Zealamlia will leao for San
Francisiet) at i o'clock thia afternoon.
L'hub.ind will pluy on the wharf iu
stead uf at Emma Square.
. i '
The Commissioners under tho
"Plant Difceaee!", Blight and Insect
I'ebts Acl," lme been appointed,
and the list is given in tho By Au
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Ll!,ellk.-lU7.i bags sugar, 2G0O
leet Koa lumber, 1 lullei, 75 pkgs
Slmr utiikiile 12G3 bags ugar.
Stair lia.d.i 15UI b igs s'.gar.
rttmr juolsolil 530 bags sugar, 1G head
entile, B culve-, 111 sh.ep, 2 lioiaCs,
17 bancs molas3cs.
The stemncis Kinttu and Jns Makee
v;tie Ueiaii.cd Oi,e hour alter their time
of sailing yesterday
'iue i.uwaiiau balk Lady Lninpson
will sail tor sun Fr-ncUeo Mouday
'Ihe dinciicanb.irk C D Bij-ont failed
foi ban lamisco ttus ntteruouu with u
fullcaigoots gar. Tne ttiipiuents w. le
Mctsis. 11 ekiuid is v.0, -M,72i bag-,
sugar, weignlng li.OJJ tons, uhieJ
'ihi . meiiciiu bark C 0 Whitmore,
Cupcaln WniU amved eariy this nun n
Sng. 'ii ilas floni l'ou lilarweiy W.th
GJ1,0J0 feet luiuber.
a.uuiur Zealuudi.i, K Vn Oteren
do:p, ouimauilcr, sailed liotu .'yUiiry
0,1.,) iitli, nt 4 :'JU p in, .uilvcd nt Aiick
luid July 13, y.ua p m; sailed July 14ih
at 6:3 p' in; touched utf Tutui.a aulv
lritti, at 7:5-' j) in; airived at liuuolulu
July 0, at 10:32 u in. The Zenliiudia
brings 6a cabin uud 78 steciage passeu
gcis, 375 tons of caigo Htiiu ihe Culo
iies;61 tousfut' iiouoliilu. .'jduey to
AucMaud stiotig southeily winds and
line weather Aiiukluiid to the equator
light ensteiJy winds flue w either ttieuce
to Honolulu uiudLi'aie X t, iradcf.
At tho nioinout of our going to
press we tiro pletvcd to hear that the
well known actor Mr. Henry Edvvarda
has arrived, aud will present Littlo
Lord Fuuntloroy on Wednesday next.
III health has caused tlio retire
ment of Mr. J. II. Atherlon from the
management of the Western and
Hawaiian Investment Company, and
Mr. W. V. Hall has been appointed
to tlio position.
A Hoitsi; hitched to u. nnlk wagon
fell on tho Beietania street ear-track,
yesteiday afternoon, and broko one
of his legs. A pistol i-hot ended tho
animal's pain and tho carcase was
carted off for burial.
Coukt Szechenyi, now on a visit
to this kingdom, ha donated $100 to
tho Queen'ri Hospital, and $100 to
tho Kapioliini Maternity Home,
Both hiriiiutionri ure gratUul for tho
Count's munificent gifts.
Tun steamer Farrullon will sail for
Sun Fraucibco and San Diego on
Tuesday next. After leaving Hono
lulu she will call ut llilo, aud from
theio will go'direct to the Coast. The
agents uro Livingstone and Clarke,
n ud their oliico iu over A. L. Smith's
islote, Fort street.
GONSLVES-JulyiG, to the wife of
M. A. Goutiilvts, a daughter.
The Tivoli Gaiety Co. will give
their final ptrfoTimmco at the Opetu
House to-night. MMUs is the play
selected for the occasion.
The remains of the late Mie. J.
M. Ilrnnon will be intcrrid to-morrow
afternoon. 'Iho fuuernl will bo fiom
the Centrul Union Church at 4
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Ca
thedral services :
' Holy Communion G:30 a. ra.
Morning prayer U:80 a. in.
Holy Communion uud Sermon, 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
8 :S0 . in.
Evetiitig prayer and Sermon, C p.
The services of the hecond Con
gregation of s-t. Andiev's Cathedral
tc-moii-ow will bo as follows: 11:15
a. ji., morning prayer with sermon,
"Jubilate," Tin lor in F, unthem
"Messed is lie that considereth,"
Nares; 7;30 p. f., exeueong and ter-
niuii, uutheni, 'Tenoh me, O Lord,"
Atwood. All are invited to attend
these s: vices.
a"pest WANTED !
Tlie Traver, Cal., Advocate says:
A friend iu Honolulu has written to
J. B. Ten ill, station agent here,
wanting Mr. Terrill to send him n
dozen live rabbits. If tho fleet
footed varmints uro to bo turned
loose on the is'ands the people should
profit by the experience of the Aus
tralians. Wild rabbits were intro
duced there as pels unci since then
the Government has spent millions
of dollars trying to exterminate
them, with little huccess. Tho en
terprising Honoluluan is welcome to a
dozen of our little pets we can
spare a few million if lie wants them
but old King Kulnlciuia and his
army of fifty men couldn't rid the
country of tliem in a few years.
The Universal l'ence Congress
was opened in London on the 14th
by. Dald Dudley Field of New
J2i f i eek to-day
ibletx, the very latest,
alike" Elite Ice I'lentn
LtMO'i eieaiu l'lo, Fils.-u style,
to-day ut the Elite Ho Cji-nin
l'urlor. tils It
TIIE undcroigucd, having r?s'gnc(l
thn uiiuiageiueut uf Hie Wvniuru
&llawulluu Investment Co., Limited,
on account of ill health, tho Idu-etors
ut tho Linnpany iu l undeo liavu up
piilutod Mr. V. V. Hall un Mamigcr iu
Iluuoiulii, as of June 3D, 1"90.
Honolulu, July 30, JbOO. 013 Iw
rPHE BEST PAPER to subscribe
X lor ii tho "Dally Bulletin." CO
0 ints per mouth
LETTER FROM MR. BARNF1ELD.
Mr. W. E. II. Deveiiii has re
ceived a lettir from Mr. It. C. Barn
Held, who went to Vancouver's Isl
and for his health in the bark Ma
tilda. Tlio many friends of tho
talented artist will he glad to hear
that he was greatly improved. Mr.
Barnflcld enclosed the following in
lei eating memorandum:
A 3IUSSAGK FK03I THE SEA.
On Juno lCth, in iat. 30 20
min., long. 151 30 min,, a tired
sea biid dropped on the deck of a
vessel I3 inp becalmed. Round the
bird's neck was lied a small bottle
containing a paper on which was
written, in a trembling hand and
evidemly under great excitement,
tlio following mesbae:
'Biitiantiue J. Spreekclu, lot.
34 34 mh., long. 15G 30 min ,
May 23, 18'JO, when this gooney
came, two Jonah's 011 board, u rock
simile and a sky pilot. Seventeen
soouevs in sight hut not a blessed
calspaw for long days. A tug
or a gale wanted 110 object art
the pasnengcrs wish to visit tho
'Viiiua becalmed but not calm,
C. U. Cauney, Bottlc-wnsher.
J. L. Gulick, Kuhului, Maui."
There were 11 few drops of water
In the bottle supposed to be tear,
us Hie cork was sealed, nnd two or
three- of the words could not bo
Ka; Flu:; Cisco, July 17.
Secretary Blaine is keeping up his
fight against unconditional free
suar, and it Bluine had lakeu this
decided stand earlier, the chances
are about even that he Would have
impressed Congress with his views:
It is said that there are only nix men
to influent e to secure the adoption
of his leelprocity proposals, und as
tho Tnrilf bill is to come up for
action two or tlucc days hence it
will bo determined whether the
McKiuley faction is stronger than
the Secretary of Stale.
If the principle of reciprocal
trade ior which Blaine contends is
extended to Spain it would not stop
there. Meanwhile tho struggle
within tho Republican parly over the
sugar duties is a severe one, and
friends ol the Islands hope it may
result iu defeating the free sugar
schedule of the McKinlev Bill. The
end caunot be far oil', and you will
likely know the worst on the arrival
of the Mariposa, as Cougress will
probably adjourn at the close of
July unless the so-called "force
bill," to regulate congressional elec
tions and coeicc the South into ac
acccpting ucgto domination prolongs
Meanwhile Blaiue's relations to
the President are not cordial, and
this morning's papeis contain a des
patch from Washington intimating
that the Secietary of State feels
himself humiliated and disgusted.
He has no power. ''I can tell you,
my good friend," lie said, "I can
only do two things without consult
ing the President, sign a passport or
write a letter of introduction to a
Consul abroad." This being the
case it is probable that Harribon will
privately use his influence to defeat
Blaine's reciprocity policy and that
you will have to face fiee sugar
aftor all. Such duplicity would be
in keeping with tbe character of a
man who hid behind his wife's petti
coats while accepting a bribe of a
cottage, complete! furnished, at
Cape May, fioni land speculates
who wauled a presidential boom to
iheir mosquito pateli and got it.
The Hawaiian Colony musters in
considerable force in the city and at
health resorts, but quite a number
are booked to return by the Mari
posa, aud the Austialia will take
down a full list of passengers.
Colonel V. V. Ashford was inter
vied by the Examiner and gave a
concise, and as is generally con
sidered here, an exact presentation
of the political situation at the
Islands. His tone wa3 moderate
and even judicial. The political
disabilities impo3cd upon the native
Ilawaiians by the new Constitution,
as presented by Colonel Ashford,
will beget strong s, mpatliy for then,
in this country in their struggle for
The Silver Bill lias become law,
that is, a compromise bill, originat
ing with Senator Sherman. It dues
not come up to the expectations of
the country although the Republican
leaders make believe that it does.
The law calls for the monthly pur
chase of SI. 500,000 of silver by the
Uu tid States Treasury, and the
issue against such purchase of treas
ury notes of eight denominations,
namely, 81, 82, 5, $10, 820, $50,
S100, and SI 000 icspcctively. These
notes ure redeemable in coin, und
are legal tender for all debt3 public
and private unless otlieiwise stipu
lated, and arc receivable for ull
duties and taxes. TLis addition to
the circulating medium will not
nearly supply the deficiency caused
by the contraction of national bank
circulation, to say nothing of the
increasing demand for money by tho
development of trade and manu
factures aud the increase of popula
tion. But it was the best that could
be done in face of the opposition of
tho Administration backed by Wall
street and the gold ring. The Re
publican party, however, will be
forced to adopt free silver coinage
next presidential election or go
under. Tho pressure upon the agri
cultural and trading classes caused
by the steady shrinkage of the cir
culating medium will compel Con
gress to adopt free silver coinage iu
the not distant future. -The legisla
tion on the pubject this session fol
lowed the course outlined as pro
bable iu a former letter. The
Senate's amendments woro rejected
by the House under Speaker Reed's
whip, aud the bill was thrown into a
Conference, constituted of a major
ity hostile to the remonctizatlon of
stiver. A bill providing a maikct
for American silver with a qualified
money value was passed ; but thia
law as it stands cannot be expected
to bring silver on a level with gold.
DISASTltOL'S ACCIDENTS, ETC.
Since last letter there have been
several appalling accident . An ex
cursion steamer, with 200 passen
gers on board, was overturned by a
whirlwindon Lake Pepin, near Laku
(5itj MlhbeiftL4, July id. One
hundred uotlltt; havo been already
rccoVetcd. Tills whirlwind devas
tated a wide tract of country, des
troylng many lives and much pro
perly. Five live) were lost by a collision
on thu Southern Pacific raihond at
thn Baden crossiii!, nenrColma, San
Mateo County. The accident was
caused by the driver of a wagon
filled with Gertiinu picniccis, who
attempted to cross the railroad in
front of an approaching train.
itcMOJis or rAit.
There is every chauco of war be
tween thu Central American Re
publics. San Salvador has been
declared in a stale of siege antici
patory of nn invnsion from Guate
mala. Costa Rica and Kicaragun
will take u hand iu support of Sal
vador, white Honduras btands in
with Guatemala. Cause, the per
gonal ambition of military chiefs.
Mexico is expected to act. as a
check upon Guatemala. This io a
grim comment cetlninly upon the
t'nu American Congress, and the
ticaty which these countries signed
to submit all international disputes
to aibitration. The ink was hardly
dry on the treaty when Brazil, I'eru
and Argentina signed nn agreement
to coerce Chile, and now the North
ern Republics are flying at each oth
T,. .1. LKvr.r, : : Lessee.
Cl.in PtllLLIfS, s Mana'ii tt.
IlAimr Hem,. : STiouDmrcToii.
W Dcvit.n. : 1 I'hoi'I'.utux
E. E. MA j hew, : Machinist.
TM uiiieiy Curt
Ol tlio S'snrsoji I
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Saturday Evening, July 28tii.
Flr?t production of the American Idyllic
Drama, inndo famous by MUs '
Cabt to the full strength of the
".:. Plan tor reseived seats for any
night of the ason can be secured at
tlie ollU-e of L. J. Levey, cor. Fort and
Qae-uSts. CI lit
The Senate lias passed tho Furiju
har Tonnage Bounty Bid and the
Ocean Postal Subsidy bill. The
IIoue will also pass these measures
when it comes to them. The effect
will be to stimulate shipbuilding and
give American merchnnts the control
of their own foreign commerce. These
bills have beeu fought by a powerful
British shipping syndicate, who
managed to influence tho President
of thu American Shipping and In
dustrial League, so that he declar
ed for "free ships," that is, to make
a maiket for old British bottoms and
place British shipbuilders and mer
chants in ltincts to imiiu aim sail a
vastly superior class of vessels.
Fortunately this defection lias not
been fatal to the policy of the bills.
War has been declared between
the Pacific Mail and Canadian Pa
cific Companies. The Canadian Pa
cific is sending its steamships to
San Francisco because it is not
bought off by a large annual sub
sidy. The Pacific Mail has sent an
agent to Vancouver to open an ofllec
there, nnd the Pacific Mail Compa
ny's steamers will call at that port
outward and inward. The Northern
Pacific is also establishing a line of
steamers to China from Tacoma, so
there is every reason to anticipate
low freight and passenger rates on
the Chin. route,
The fruit failure East has been a
fortunate thing for fruit farmers on
lliis coast. Green and canned fruits
are quoted ten to twenty per cent,
higher thau ever before, and are
steadily advancing. This should
react favorably for Island fruit. It
is a misfortune that so little atten
tion lias been given to fruit culture
on the Hawaiian group. Bananas
are no doubt a profitable crop, but
there is no reason why other kinds
of fruit arc not grown for export.
Your oranges would come iu while
our market is scarce.
The peaceful change of the Ha
waiian Administration was an agree
able surprise to people here. From
tlie statement of n prominent Ha
waiian resident in Eastern papers,
people were prepaicd to anticipate
a cul-tliroat revolution. Exaggera
tions of this kind do harm to Hie isl
ands, aud should not be indulged
in even with the hope of magnifying
the importance of tho "paradise of
the Pacific" in the eyes of the na
tions, and it would be absurd to at
tribute them to any other motive.
The Stijar Trust is to incorporate
under the laws of New York. When
it becomes a corporation, -it must
pay taxes, disclose its business and
obey the law conditions which
would be fatal to tho policy upon
which the Trust was founded. But
it has net yet incorporated. The
rumor in question is given out to
tlio New Yoik World by J. E.
Searlo, jun., treasurer and secretary
of the Trust, but the authority of
his name does not add any addi
tional weight to it. On the con
trary, despite ids pious aspirations,
veracity is not ono of ids strong
points. According to Seailo the
Tiust's lawyer and the Attorney
General of New Yoik State have
had several conferences, iho out
come of which will probably be, as
announced above, an incorporation
under the Jaws of New York. But
that would destroy the Sugar Trust,
and put a legal check upouits "con
fidenco game," out of which tho
manipulators Jmve made so much
money, and the Trust conspirators
are pieparcd for anything but a re
sort to lawful nnd honest methods,
New York, July 17. Sugar, raw,
steady. Sales, 3400 bags Concrete,
85 lest, at 4jjc. Refined, casioi",
Off A, 5 11-10 & ago, Mould A, Ii
5-lCc, Powdered, C 11-lGc, Granu
lated, Cjc, Cubes, G'jjc.
ANN U All MEETING.
-WILL GIVE A-
brand Moonlight Picnic
On Saturday,' Aug, 2,
Society of the United States,
Are now belling their Bonds, and upon easy tortus. The additional fea
ture of lusurauco goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms atfered by this
original and progressiva Company:
ENDOVMENT BONDS; 5 PER CENT. ttUAFtAfiTESO FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 - "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Cotnpatij is equitable, iLs pnytucnls prompt and certain, and its
From the JTew Ton titm, April ith, 18'.)0.)
This Largest Basilicas Ever Transuded by a Ltfo Assur-
The new business o the Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for tlie first quarter of the preuent year is reported to exceed Fur?
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of tico hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assuranoe.
&3PTnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon thu utidei signed at ins oiuco.
ALEX. ,3. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
1 it ii ? 1 d 3 3 a
TraluB will leave Honolulu Depot at
0:50 and 7 v. m., returning from the
Grove at 10 r-. M. and miduignt.
Detachments of tho Hawaiian Band
will go on both Tiains and the full
Baud will play ut the Grove.
CORNER 1IOTJ2L & FORT STREETS.
GRAND-:- BARGAIN-:- SALE
WEESC ONLY X
JaSf Tickets for the
round trip, fa-
To be hud of the Committee
Oahu Hallway Dfpot.
aud Rt the
Omit -SUiitiro Stool: of
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Gaps.
2- Do Not Miss the Sale.
Pit "3. H Australia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
38. .r. ?;L.TI'V Proprietor.
r,i i at
C00 lot Corner Hotel & Fort Btrutvte.
tfe Desire. to Gail Your Mention To
FOR SA3T FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for tbo above
Friday, Aug. 1st,
For Freight or I'assnge, apply to
w y&S." REGISTERED -
. K, j,Vu''Vft-rw --i '---.'.. .. tzmatv
II A Ww&MMW$M I
ITor Lubiioating tlie Valves and Cylindors of Stoam Engines.
IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Tlie Bart AQonis
Has jti3t arrived from Kuropo
VALVOLINE is an eurtli oil specially prepared under tlio highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and eurthy niattor bus been expelled by a
process which leaves a puro and heavy oil, which prevents tlie eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder and pibtou packing perfectly clean. Thin
was tlio first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been incon
stant use ovor eighteen years.
gjHyWa nlso manufacture Supeiior Machine and Spindlo Oils for all
classes of machinery.
3Lueona,rl &c SjCIHh,
HOKTOLTJLTJ IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. C01 3m
E. It. nKNDUT, Prcsldont it Manager.
Goufkey IIrown, Secretary & Treasurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckoii. Uuown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAI HARDWARE GO.,
Oppo. Mircckeln' Itualt, t Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcctoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete ussortm't of Drills & Files,
THE annual meeting of the Hawaii
Cnmtnoiclul Company will bo held
at my ufliee, Xo. IS Kiinluiuianu stiuet,
on MONDAY. .Inly 28. 18U0, at a o'elock
. i. EN'UOII JOHXriOX,
CO lot Secietary 11. O. Co,
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Mailed to lureigu countries. $5 per
TTEUR Pntor l-cnbei;
11 riONXTAO, den 'J7
inlitags 11 uhr eluen Gottc4dleust in
der Y. M.C. A. Hull abhahen.
Honolulu, '2a Jull, it,no. 013 3t
NOTICE Ii hereby given that if a
pluieton and a brake, which havo
been hi thn Iliwall-in C'nul.ige Manu
facturing Co.'s Stoierooms forO months
past, aio not called for witlilu 10 days
fi om date, they will bo sold at public
Honolulu, July 21, 18'J0, qi,3
The "Gazollo" 3-whuoled Riding Tlow & Equalizer,
Rlucbeard Rico Plow, Plantora' Steel & Goosoueckud Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Points, Varnish cb tt Brushes, Manila &. SiBal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JOCo&e, Hose,
RUBliER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, &. STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo & Pookot Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot & Caps, Tho Colebrated "Club" Machino-loadcti Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Bolt Threading,
Uarlman's Steel Wire Fence & Steel Wire Mat,
Wui. (J, Fibber's Wrought Buel Itaayej
Qato City Stone Filters,
"New Process" TwiBt Drills,
Uov-W-S0 Neal'a Carriago P-untj,
fiijmrmBSSmiglfMf' ' hir 4t&"fiitM'Mrt Attn-. Jffiiy