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jDALUY KUULJfriW: JlUJS-UI.Ul.Uv iL ., JUJLY 2tf, iww.
'X J 1 Ali
SI a 1 1
g !$ Tiffin
MONDAY. JULY 28, lU0.
Tj T..Uc i:T.'tt .l.ily 1, ltCC.
A. M. 1'. M.
Leave I'o.iclitla 8:15 1 :J".
Arrive rlcnculltill 10:0.". n :()."
Leave Hanaullnll 10:85 '.1:115
Arcvo Honolulu ll:G 4:55
Stun- tlikulialn from Knunl
Stuu-IMc f i oui llnniukua
Mini ins Mukccftum Run il
tciii-LlliolUiu lioui Wnlaime
fceht M K Fost.r Iiom ICuim
J my 28
Stilt Mttiy fiom Ilanaloi
Stun- Hawaii for Molol.nl
Sum- lhde.kuht lor Kuhtilul
Slim i.lkollko for Maul at 5 p in
llaw bU Lady Lain ton, L- U&odcigrcn,
for an rrauclrvo
Stun J v uuuuius tor Kool.ni at 0 a m
IUCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Sm'tiDAY and Monday's Logiila-
tU.-U Will 1-0 fotlllll 01! lilt' flllUlll pllUC.
At'NT AIiIk'jV cooked iolhl o.jIf nro
fui'l tu be jils-t. tlio tiling fni b:i. k-
Mi:, llmiy lLlmto is utuhoihod
to li'i-iiUi anil lc t'fil t t'U monk"
for Hun, S. M. Paiiiun.
TtiBts iilmii! Queen -trcet infested
Willi iho i-culu blight urn being
slaitghttiul under iliu new l.tW.
Tnn steamer Furallon -w ill not cull
at Hilo this trip, bho will sail for
San Francisco diii'cl to-morrow.
Mr. .las. F. Morgan will ofnr nt
miction, at noon tu-tnoiiow, at (ho
Hawaiian Hotel stable:, a llolslein
All poisons iniereatid in the pro
ject! d Gun Cluli ale invitul to meet
nt Iho Hawaiian Hotel this owning,
at 7 -.30 o'clock.
The steanifhip Otcuuiewill bo due
beie, en route for Yokohama and
Hongkong, about Sept. Jlili. 11.
llnckfeld Jo Co. aie thu agents.
I. l'iiTCKnD was found dead with
his neck bioken, in bin huu-o at K
hikiimi, liana, Muui. Foul play is
Mispuetid and Kuul.ino, the deed
man's father-in-law, is under ariest.
VE5SLLS .LAVIMB TC-MGRP.GW.
JUntr Mokolii for MoioUai aU p in
Stiiir Mikuhala lor Uau il at 6 p in
Stun- Naialealo for lUlauca ami llaua-
ki at 4 p m
fituir aila for Waiuiiae, Wuliilun, and
Lulu at 0 a in
Stmr -ins Makee lor Kapaa 1 1 i p m
brLlhollno lor llauaiicpu .mil Eleelc
S t I'iiiiallou for ban Mauciseo and Sju
CAI.SUES FHOM tSLAHD PORTS.
Mlk.ib.iln 3(158 b.is sucnr, GO bag'
Hue, 2 0 baft paddi, uO bjirs i.i,
10 gieeii Indus, 2 cow-, 2 "cilvis,
llllil ' hoi'ai'S.
Polu 171'.i h.igs Migar. Ollbblsmobsscs,
and 'ii gi i'ii hid s.
J.is M.i eu 2.')Un b.ijijt sttiiar.
Llliol b. tU7 b.igi ug r fiom Wai-
Mai.v-ui7 b.iga sugir and 330 bags
il e f i oui i an ilci.
M E K .tri 110U b.igs Migitrfiom l'n-
Tor l"iin Finnciseo per m S Zmlnndl.i,
July 20 Dr Uiudeli and lainlly, J
l.Mim, P a Wiiuk-y. Kuv V W Cist-
aiid i(f, Mi L MJhoi'ii, 11 G- I av. li
j) irt, li addeii. G lii.saiit, VV J ,'i.x,
T E Kiffel mill fjnil y, Gen N Y.uiug.
J Mouie, W II Hamilton, is m
incu. (.omit rzeibu yi, mi Waebttn
LCiler, l i'ii el, i!i A V.d , Miss P
A Ui'iideiiha 1, Mi-s L Juliiison. t. apt
Boalf.iy, lev r lianiou, ltev v X
i Uher, II J Gnllag er, A Liopp and
ife, aul 8 Menage.
fiom Knu.ii per .-uiir Mikalialn, July
27-C Knelling, i. O NaUayiiina T a
R.iKi. J r Lnue, F H i ilutitii. .1 Jt Jndd,
C.Judd, Mis iild. field, Mi-s u ode
hoiisi', C A Pinei'i'K, .i L.ide, MUi
Vai.--le, 2 Chinese and 25 deeii
'Pioui hiipui pir J as Mal.ee, July 27
Mr lleuiz- and Wile.
The steamer V G Hall Is due to
maiiow afleiuoou fiom Hawaii and
'I he schooner Hnleak.ila took for Ka
liulm this aiieiiiouu SO tons of coal.
'ine Sieaiu-hlp Zi'iti.iiidhi took July
2(i,iorsau t'r.uieiieu. exports as fol
lows: P G U.iiii.uiuog. 67 iis-tfiult; If
X liuiftess, HO buuihes biu.i a-; 1,
iliipltiiid, -'i'y bunehi's; ampbell, M.n
tliui, & u, 1314 bmiehi's; L Hall &
bou, to cases stiudiies. Liomisilo value,
'lUo Haw bk lady Lampoon sailed
till- alteuio. ill for ban FuiioUco wlih
ll.aoa bag' sugar, shipped as f.dlows:
'i'ln.0 11 Liavle- ic i), 803 bav;s; astle
ii i ooke, 4U0 bags; U liu-wei & i o.
SOllbiga. Tonnage, GOO tons; domes
lie v lue, 5U,0(J2.17.
GLEN DON On Juno 23d, at Apia, Si
mon, Gvoige Gleiidou. bom in
i ape Glinideau, Jackson i ounty,
JMIwuml. 1B44; lately . i resident of
the Uiiwiiiiau Islands for many
LOV.'. In Honolulu, July 27tb. Mis.
Le lti i 31. I . Love, nged 44 yo ut-, 7
mumli-, 9 diiya. (-au Pianclsio
papt'is pi ase copy.)
DE 1. . NUX in lloiiiilulu. July 27th.
Picric U. A De La Nux, aged H4
yens, 7 month'!, 10 dajs. .. uative
of the I-Jnml ot Ituiubon.
The Hawaiian Bana will give a
public concert at Emma Squnic
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, len
dering the following piogiatnine:
Oyeittne-The Oath Auber
Udlad The Lust Watch I iniill
.elietliiu-LiiCieela Iioigl.1.. Douictti
l'oll X'uuiebuu.1. Like no a Like. Mulu
I kit Ao.
TAUT II .
Medley Ph'ns int .Mriiunlt's Teyer
Iilii! iiUa i nigiii't L n-cl.witz
) mu e 'Ihei lioiiiiistliu cult
AVjiIu Blue Uiinubi' Slit.ti.-3
I law a I Pimol,
A Pikck of bind, with ot without
buililii'gr!, within n mile mid a quar-tei-of
the Post OHiee, ii wmiUil to
iiiii'hiio AiMrt'Hs by lelii'i,X. Y.
Z., Eollutin ollice.
Tiik eontinct to lloe Government,
stock was n winded to John McLain
this inoiiiing, at fpl 70. W. W.
Wnglit's and llici-. Hollinget's tcn
derj weic both S-1C0.
The death of Mis. Lose, reeordrd
elsewhere, was budden. bhe hud been
down town thu pluvious eening.
.Mis. Love w.is the wi low of Win.
Love, and mo her ot Mis. Jus. F.
.Morgan and Mr. V. F. 1 oe.
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEftOV.
Tlio rieusliiu aiiiA to tie Utieo in
Mr. Henry Edwards, an actor of
luiuu in England, Aiuciiea. nntl
Australia, l)ti!ii ov-r from thu
Zenliiiiilia. with .Mis Giacie liiijikitis
and Mhs Ethil Wiuthrop, in outer
to jjhu this lotuimiiiity tlio great
treat uf'"Litllu L"id Vatititlen-y"
on the etiijie. Tlic Unco iiamid me
on thu way homo fiom n veiy ku
eesaltil tour of tlio Colonies with
this pluy. They will pi'itorm the
leading parts of the "ilirl of Do
rincourt." "Little Lord Pauntlo
roy," and "Mrs. Errol" ("Dear
esl"). The slmy ly Jtrs. Frances Hodg
son lltiruett, tin which the piny is
founded, has proved one of the
gteatest literary hits ot the past
inuniy 3uam. Its dramatized pre
seniuiiou bus ht.cn one of the
greatest theatrical sensations of the
p ist year in America and England.
"Little Lout Fuuntleroy" is one of
the most charming creations in our
litetautre. Mhs Graeie Hopkins was
au elocutionary getiitH at eight years
of age, and now at ekven or twelve
has the lepuUiliou of being the hc-t
"Little Lord Futintluroy" on the
stage. Thu play will be presented
Wednesday and Tlumday exenings
of this week at the Oiiera House.
B x jilan now open at Mr. L. J.
The perioriuant'C will be under
the patronage of their .Majesties aud
Hie Ucnul Family.
Late IiL.Tiry petiodicals note the
pain tul fait that thu oiigiual ot
Little Lout Faitutleioy," the son
of Mm. iliu ueil, is dwindling away
from some niysteiiotis ailment. Ilia
mother is traveling through Europe
with him in hope of benefit from
change of air.
Tin: S. S. Fmr.illoii will sail for
S.ui rr.iuei-i'o, at 3 o'elmk ti-nui-iuv,
the until closing nt thu I'uit Uf
rii'u ul 2 o'clock. '1 lie Fin riilltin will
be jiboui niiin.uiul u linlt t!na Koing
up and wi 1 ic.ieh rf.in Fiauei-cn eev
ei.il hums nheiiil f the Auliah.i.
Mii.Piene 0. A de la, Nux, a native
of the Island of Dourhou, died at the
Quien's llo-pilid'yiilerdny fiom the
L-liccts of an acidwil that belell him
at lloiiokna, Hawaii, early this
month. 1 1 is fuueial thi- forenoon
was conducted by the Knights of
Mi! S.F Gr.ihiiniV,lJill."le.it TTnn.
W. II. Ooiiiwell's "PiiiM-iitii Boy
in a paring incr, mile heats, best
three in live, at Kapiolnni Pail; Sa
luidny iifternnon. "JJillj" won the
iii-j-t two heats in 2:53 and 2:51, then
"Prussian Boy" won the next tlnee
he its and race in 2:dGV, 2:40A and
The benefit tendeicd the Tivoli
Gaieiy Co., us elewheie shown, will
bo jjivon to-mnirow evening, when
the comedy, ''Withered Leaves," and
the farce, (by Mr. Wallace of the,
company), "Our Family Htlp," will
be pioducnl. Mr. WiULin Letlie
will perform daring feats on the in
Annual meeting of the Hawaii
Commercial Co., at 5 o'clock.
Lodge le Piogros, A. F. & A.
AI , at 7:30,
Harmony Lodge, I. O. 0. F. at
Band concert at Emma Square,
Meeting of the proposed Gun
Club, at thu Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:3U.
In the Folios Court to day thero
wcro seven foifeiturea of bail and
three flues for diunkrmies. John
IMeisoii and John Sweeney pleaded
zuiliy to smuggling upiuin tr-m the
S. S. Australia and were remanded
tor sentence. Jams Quail was le
inauded for H ial on the tumu charge,
and Guslaf lie i ate was nolle pros d.
Of natives lor opium in possts
sion, four pleaded guilty aud weie
remanded lor sentence, as were the
remuiuing seven for judgment after
F. Turrill and J. M. Vivas, in
spectors of flection, wero each lined
31 with SI. 90 costs for violation of
the election law in refusing to allow
certain per.-ons to vote. They ap
pealed to the Supreme Court and a
beven Chinese charged with gam
ing were remanded.
Honolulu, Ju'y 21, 100.
Mr. Hahky U. Hell,
Dear Sir: A it is your ii tention
to leave Honolulu on the r trainer
Ausluilia u dcsiieou lo name a
mglit most convenient toou, on
which we.Ueaire to tender you a tes
timonial beuellt in appieeiation of
your eurnet endeavora to please
thu iiiiiusemenl-loviiig people of Ho
nolulu. Youis lespeeilully,
J. Mar&deu, Win. II, Cornwcll,U.
0. lii-iger, E, Mullcr, C. J, Mc
Cuithy, John Phillips, Cecil ltronn,
E, C. Alacfarliine, II. G. Crahho,
W. H. Rickant, L. von Tempi-ky,
A. Roa, (J. W. AMHoid, I). 11. Da
U, G;. V. Maelailaue, aud mauy
THE MQLOKAI hXHEUlTIOH.
Tile leibl:iliccoinmilteeand oil -cs
privihged to accoiiiiany iluiu
left fur Molnkai on the steamer Ilt.
waii nt s s o'clock Sunday iveninr.
A meinber of the committee by mis
lake bail iho hour put in thu Ui'Li.n
tis of Saturday as 1U o'clock, after
ii had liren put in tpe enrreo ly.
The -party, which will return to
morrow morning, compiisid the fol
His Excellency A. P. Peterson,
Attorney-General; Nobles 15ur
cliardt.'Marsdeii, Macfarlnne, Alc
Carlhy, Phillips, Von Tempfky, J.
M. Horner and Pun; Heps. Paeha
ole, Hookauo, Kamai, Itleo audit.
W. Wilcox; Revs. V. C. Mcuiit,
Timoteo, Paaluhi aud Kaili ; Fleet
Suiueon Woods ami Dr. Koihgaiigei-
ofrtho U. S. F. S. Charleston; Dr,
Maitland, 11. B. M.S. Acorn; Dr.
Soule, S. S. Australia; Doctors
Rodgree, Hetheit, Walters, Luu,
and Henri McGrew; Dr. J. II. Kim
hall, President Board of Health, aud
Mr, Geo. 0, Potter, Secretary.
A chess touiiiamcut will be in
auguialul under the auspices of the
Siiinilz Chess Club at its loom 4 as
soon as piaclicable. Full powtis in
mallei s ot detail and legululiou
have been ccin'eited upon the uu
derniKiied lomiuillce. To euhancr
the uuei'csl uiteiidaiit upon such a
couU-at it is dcaiiablu to inlcli
players of neatly even excellence.
Accordingly the committee was cm
(loweud to classify competitors on a
rough estimate of their playing
abilities into two division. Fui
obvious reasons the commitUe re
spccilully waives the exereiseof ibis
Discretion, leaving such classification
open to individual choice. Cla-s A
will iuc tide plajeij of the highest
aiimilted or assumed excellence and
Cluas B will Linbracc tho-e of moie
modest preii'tibions. 'J he committee
has atlopted aud now issues Ihe fol
lowing lull s and conditions for the
government ol the tourney.
The competition is opeu to mcni
All applications for entry must be
made lo some member ol the com
initlee prior tu Auguat 1ft, the can
didate signifying his election ol
Class A oi li.
Each contestant will be allotted
two ganus with every other con
testant hi his class.
Diaw games will count J to the
credit ol each pmiicipant.
A schedule of games will be ar
ranged by the committee and no
deviation theielrom bhall be allowed
except by lis consent.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings will be reserved for the B
Class, and Tuesday, Thursday and
Saluuluy evenings lor the A Class.
Dining the progress of this tourney
only tournament gatms will be
allowed alter 7 o'clock p. in.
Should any placer diaw out of the
contest all his games, pluyul or uu
pl yed, won oi lost, shall count as
won t.y his respective scheduled
Any player who fails to appear
betwieu 7 and 10 p. m. on the evm
ing scheduled shall forfeit the games
to his opponent, if present; aud
should bulb be absent bucli gnir.es
shall be diopput from the count.
That this rule umy woik no hardship
it is relaxed lo allow the committee
at its dUoieiion lo le-schedti'e any
game oi games on due prior request
by either or both contestants; but
should no stlcli request be Hied prior
to 10 o'clock of iho evening on
which such games are to be placed
thu eominituc sliall have no power
Every game possible of victory
for eillni coiocsiant mu-t be played
to a Ihiish ami won by a cheek mate,
uo plater being allowed to resign.
Two games will be allotttd rival
coniestuiiis each evening, hul it is
optional with any player to close his
piay wall a sealed move at or after
10 o'elotk p. in , such incomplete
! trtimu to he continued as re sche-
ilul.d by thu committee.
It sluill lie incumbent on contest
ants to keep it record of games in
which they engage and such records
shall ho copied in thu record book
ot the couiuiiltoe.
At least llfleen moves per hour
must be made by each placer.
The standard rules of chess as
published Ly Slauutou shall govern
In a book of record of the tourna
ment provided by the committee,
each candidate will be required lo
tign his acceptance of the loregoing
and other regulations prescribed by
the committee and lo abide by its
C. M. VlIITE,
A. V. Geau,
Rout. F. Lanoe.
Committee on Tourney,
TSc L'nrappltiy: of Artcnlnu Wolfs,
It N pretty gcuei ally known that
one of Ihe iesul',9 of count cling
Honolulu with llououlitili by rail
way b.ts been thu establishment of
a Muar pi Dilation at the lat named
place. SrU'ii'y-llvp or a hundred
acres of cant liae been phutcd,
unt for making sugar, lint lo be
used, beginning about September,
as vjed for Hie plantation. A huge
tiact of laud has been ploughed,
and plowing is still going ou, in
picp-iratton "for planting, laborers'
houses and other necessary planta
tion buildings have been erected ;
Ihe artesian wells have been put
down, and another is in progress,
for supplying water for initiation.
Last Saturday was a kind of red
letter day iti loiiurctiou with this
entuprise. Thu live completed
wills were uncapped and the water
allowed to How in piesenceuf many
speulalots from Honolulu. The
Oaltti Railway aud Land Company
cairied passengers at excursion
farei. One train went and tettlrned
in thu forenoon, aud another in the
afternoon, each remaining about au
hour at Ilonouliuli, and aho mak
ing a halt at iM annua sullleienily
long to allow an inspection lo be made
of the sue of Pearl City. Air. B
h Dillingham, geneial manager of
the laihvny, accompanied the ex
cursionists, and acini as guide ami
imparter ul information.
The ailesiaii well-t, all bunk by
thu McCandless Bro hers, aic situ
ated in a hollow, piobablv at one
lime a lake, within a few yards
of each oilier, and may all bo" seen
at one observation. They are len
inch wells. A main ditch has been
dug, connected with the various
wells by minor ditches, for earning
off the water at Saturd ty's exiiibi
tion. On the loinoval ol the cap-
t lie water, as clear as crystal, tolled
ait out fiom eaih and all of the
live pipes, and was carried offed by
the dileh hefous referred lo. The
united How exceeds ." 000.01)0 gal
lons per 21 bonis, or double "the
average consumption of the city and
suuurns of Honolulu. Ihusisilu
was highly interesting lo the visi
tors, and the fact of so abundant a
water supply must be especial'y
sati-faetoiy to the plantation stock
holders. .. i.i.iii Ii.m ,, ,
CoNNEiis ."fc Bell. : LrEKs.
llAintr Ui-il, : bTAOt: Dim cron.
W DEXir.it. : : Pnoi'UniEs.
E. E. .Mai hum-, : Maciumst.
A8B0D.710a 0? THE TREATY.
lEipirtant Xnlitlr.atluu hv thn Ha
tvnllnu 3i!ntttern: W.-ihMi'kIiui.
A Washington despatch to the
New York Herald Ot June 21 says
nicm'ii n ol tfie Senate Committee
on i'ortiti Uelr.llons are Informally
discussing n new objection lo the
free sugar pimision of thu AIcKin
ley bill lti it ttiry deem qititt' as iin
pjrtanL as any advanted by Air.
Blaiiv. Air. 11 A. P. Catt.-r, the
Hawaiian Alin'isler, ha'j called the
aiteiition of our Government to the
fact that after the pending tariff
bill is enacted into law his Govern
ment must regard it as an allega
tion of the existing treaty by which
we have important exclusive naval
privileges in the Hawaiian Islands.
This frei.li obstacle, so far as exam
ined, ceeins to bear momentously
upon the political future of the
United States as compared wilh our
position in the Pacific Ocean and
our commercial interests in that re
L. wi. .. .i....1'. . mmwl I ti imtfii'im4
-"WILL GIVE A-
Grand Moonlight Picnic
NOW IvS THE TIME !
it a F r v B 8 15"
vw.sKtf iri: v.i
On Saturday, Aug. 2,
ERHl'iairft Sl T f3 Off5
wMn bay ft
ii:.U and 7 v
Gioteat 10 v
le.ue I'onnhilu Dpot nt
. m. le'iiinliig fiom the
.it. and miihil -lit.
Herat hiupnts of the lltvaiinn Bnntl
wilt go on both Trains and thu full
Baud will play at ihe Gioc.
eeiety of tho United States,
Are now fceliing their Bond", and upon cav tonus. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes wilh eveiy Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BOND3, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTiNES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREN3' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt anil certain, and its
From the ireio York Sim, April 4ft, 1800.)
Tlio .!irt!st ItuMiuoHK Ever TnuiHHetcil by a LUo Assur
Tlio new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of the present year i3 reported to exceed Fiftt
AIilliox Dollaus. This is at the rr.tc of tin humlrul millions vfasaur
ancejbr the year, aud is unprecedented In the nunuls of life assurance.
CS5Information choei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned ut his otllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORSE it HOTEL & FOKT STItEEXS.
SEAID -:- B1R&AII -:- SALE
FOR ONLY 1 WEEK GB3LY !
ta-Tickets for ihe
round Uip, iu-
To be had of the Committee
O.ilm K.illway Depot.
and at the
CI 1 td
Oa Tuesday Evening, July 29111,
(Hud r Oar Own Maa gement.)
Giand Te-tlinoiiinl Heuellt fc ndeipil
to 31 it. ilAHlty li. 1IKLL. on which
occasion wi I bo presented ihe si loudest
hill of the Brn-ou. 'J he folluwing geu
SLr. Xiul iMoiibi'rc;.
Mv. AV. 11. lloocs,
blv. "V. ICobci'tw
A Grand Double Rill 'Iho Beautiful
" WITHERED LEWES,"
Ami tho Lausb ible Farce and Comedy
"Our Family Help."
Mr. WM. LE31IE,
Tlio Cel br.ited Aeron-iut will Intiodiice
bis Woild-irnowu d Act,
"The Invisible Wire."
Our lHn.li.ro Stoelc of
Ladies', Misses' & Clil'cu's Muslin Underwear
Will be Offered at a Great Sacrifice. Also,
Children's Dresses & Lace Gaps.
23s Do Not Miss the Sale.
Per "S. H. Australl ,"
A! The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOLTK, Proprietor.
The Management rospcetfully stale
that they have be n euablt-d to i-eeme ai
gioit i-xpiiise, the principle member
Litili M Paiilliiroy Co.
Who weie en route for Pan Francisco,
luu at Hi ' ('.'ini bl df.-lie of in.i.iy iviid
iug cill7i'iis, have in Lingi'il t alvetwo
pi) foiui.tuces of tlilb uuly giettphiy,
W'.dne:dy and ThUKday EvailBg,
July 301b and 31 at.
MISS GRACIE HOPKINF,
The Greatest, Lord Kiiuiilleroy in the
MISS ETHEL WINTHROP,
The Most Celebiiiled M.s. tltllOl,
MR. HENRY EDWARDS, -The
Earl of Uoihicouil ;
WI co pet foi man e of thl pa it h is met
with ihe most ilhthiiilhhud admliatlou
thioiiiihiiiit Ausiinli.i. will nppem- In
thi'ir oiigiual ihai.ietcis, tuppuited
LEADING MEMBER1! Or IHE
Tivoli Gaiety Company.
FOR SAX FllAXOISCOt
The Al Stenmship
Will leave II infil Pi for Ihe above
Friday, Aug. 1st,
Tor Fieiyhl or Pns-age, apply to
WM. G. IltWIN & CO., A;ror.ti.
GOO 10t Cornor Hotel & Fort Stroetu.
Issire to Call Your Attention To
w J&OS. BECI3TERE0 Z -
For Lubricating tho Valvc3 und Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLIXE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat aud from which all volatile and earthy matter ban been expelled by a
proeces which leaves u pine and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the lint Mineral Oil introduced for bteiiut cylinders and has been iu con
stant use over eighteen years.
r Ilox plan now
open at I.ewl-t J.
J4.V3- & TVO buy a Pkco of Land,
r&'twKI ' with or without buttd
tSl lugs or linpiovemenU, from I
to .') acre. 1 1 ,uea. wi til n a kill, to mile
and a quiuti-i- t if the Po-t Office, Ad
diuas -X Y 55," llui lktin Uilke.
THE undt'rfijjncd, Irivhifr rcs'gncd
the management of the Vetcrn
&, Hawaiian Investment Go., Limited,
on account of ill health, thu Dlu-clors
of tho Company In Dundee have ap
pointed Mr. V. W. Hall ws Manager hi
Honolulu, as of Jinn; "0, lQDn.
J. 15. ATUUItTOX.
Honolulu, July "0, IfcOO. Ols lw
UUlJoU wilh 7 rooms
and h.iih, on ihu cor
ner of llfiitaniii and Peiisa-
colu btteetit. Cms pass tliu door. Ap
ply al this olllee. 581 tf
We also manufacture Superior Machine and Snindlo Oils for all
olrthben uf machinery,
HOWOLTJIir IRON WOHKS CO., Solo Ageuts. col Sm
E. R. fTKNUicr, President !t Manager.
Uounuir IJuowk, Seereiary & Treasurer.
Joiik Kna, Viee-PrPhldont
Ckcii. IIuoit.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Ii?o. Hprecltel'i'It.inlt, t 1'ort Sfveet, Blonolulo.
IMPOKTEUS and DEALERS IN
Oen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qanuino Ilavilnud China, plaiu r.d decorated; and Wedgtwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lump?, Oliamleliors .fc Electoliorc,
Lamp Fixtures o( all kinds, A uumpletu asbortm't of Drills & Files,
rpilE anniinl metthig of the Hawaii
X Coiumuielal Coiiipiuy will be held
at my office, No. 15 hH.iliuiuanu Htivit,
on MUND Y. July 2d, 18!)(), t 0 o'elotk
v. m. LWuUil .luilNiGN,
LO! lit St'cii'iaiy II (i,io,
THERE will bo a meelliig of poiPOiiB
iuluiested In thu proposed Gun
Club, at the Hawaiian Hotel, ou MON
DAY EVHN1NG, July 28ih, at 7:U0
o'chitk, tor iho puiposo of oigaulza
lion All iuteicsled are Invited 10 at
tend. W. II. ALDIIIGH,
C1U 4t Sccretaiy pro. ttra.
TEl.EO fc'tuhlo at piescnt
J oceunkd bv Hawaiian
KaSSSSk Transfer i o iifiuiUslon
given August Ist. Apply lo
bOS if J. .-. WALKEIt.
WANTED at ONCE 1
c. or lllleo
the comer of Fori and Hotel
Miei li. suitable for Ihico genlleiuen for
bous ku plug. Adthess !'. O. Ilox
No. 21)7." CyO If
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIEJtealdem-e of Mrs. A.
L Long, 111 1'atioa Valley.
; Apply to
UAYIU U i IU.,
01 KlDg St., over J. Moll's store.
The "G.uello" 3-wheuled Uitling Plow t Equulizor,
Bluebeard itieu Plow, Planters' Steel & Gooaenecktd Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PuiuU, Varniuhes & Brtiblies, Manila A. Sinai Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Home, Hone, IIoNe,
RU11UEK, WIRE-HOUND of superior quality, &. STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table &. Pocket Cutlory,
Powder, Shot &. Gaps, Thu Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart'H Patent "Duplus" Dio Stock for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
llartunm'u Sleol Wire Fence & Steel Wiru Mats,
Wm. 0. Fisher's Wrought Steel Itaut'e
Gato City Stone Filterd,
"New ProcoE" Twist Drills.
I nov-20-8? Ncui's Oftrrlago Talaie.