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TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1800.
OAilU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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Lnvo l"oio!ulu :4C 1:45
Arrivs lli-nciiliull 10:05, 0:05
Liavo lionojliull 10-;i5 :?5
Arrvo llo.iatiilu lliGJ 4:55
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USF8 mules on, Hear- vcliiilrul Uio
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Ambk Opblr lrom Ni woasilu, N S W
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Am butuu languid, u .51.inoii, fiom
S S i luti.iiue, W -l DodJ, fr.'m Glas
gow Am .m. Aldon BCS.-C. Friis, Iiom San
Bktnc Geo C Pcikins, from Pol fc Town,
CO ..in moie, Ward, from P.ut Bhikel
FORfch.H YSaiitLS EXPcCHD.
II B M - Nymph fiom Urltl.-h Columbia
ii 11 jl l llllfll p iir.-pitc fiom lilltlUll
B 11 id rf aiipu-a, lluywiiid, from San
l'iauei-co in loute to the colonies
duo .tngmt I
Haw nsU uiiillue from Glasgow
lirshlp Blougilold .-ailed iiom Liver
pool ripr IS, iltie Aug '21
Gei uk f.iiiai, Horn Mew Voik via XJi.i
zil Am o!: Albert, Winding, from San
Fmucls.o duo A ug 4
Ilk Uncle Jolm, lrom Newcastle, due
Br biv u-n ker iiom London, balled Apr
1 1 dill! Ulg -5
Brb!; Go van noin Liveipool, sailed
ji.iy 10, duo sept 15-80
TeinWt Uuwur, Bluhin, from San
FiuiicUco dim ut Aluliuuonu . uly 19
For Muni perstmr Llkellke. Ans-!
Guu'i' MuLimiiuiuI wit., L)lia lluw
liu.l. D W ICiatzur, i' A Jlruwr. K
Jl Eudiel, u W Peek, a.r Fuller and
Tbo barkentlne Ii-mcrrrd. Captain N
jiltuson. wil. Mill lor aan I'ranuNuo tin'
latter p.irc of this Wi ek wltli Migtr.
TliiibmU Allien Bese is uolnading
caro at tlio Oceanic SteHinslilp whait
The 4-iiuwttfil tuhuoiii,r Kobe t Lfv
en, iipctin L) W P Pcnlialluw, s.iilud
to-day tor an Fniuclsuo with lull cargo
of sugar, hheulao too.v a mail for tlio
ibn Aiucilcnn bark O O Whitmori1,
Captain Waie. has llulslied unloading
hor cargo of luuiber. Shu wl 1 .sail
Tue-day, Augu-t l',1, for Npv llebildv.
LOCAL & QcHERftL KWS.
Thi:iie was nn mcetisigof the Gun
Club lust night.
Tkib is tlio niuht for
of the Fire Police.
Honolulu Sctia .no of opinion
that tlio Cliar!ist n is going to Cen
Head tlio adveni'im-nt relalinp
to the thoroughbred tunning fatallion
Mns. LangU'Viind Mr.S.T.Lnnjjlpy,
mother nnd hrothcr of our towiij
nnui C.iptiiin Laiigley, are on n ii-il
lo their relative. '1 hey camo all the
way from Belfast, Iiuland.
PnESiDCNT Hiirrisou lias pent to
-the Seiiuio the nomination of John
h. Stevens, now Miiiit.toi Ret-itlent at
Honolulu, to he MinUtcr Plenipoton-
liaiv to the Hawaiian lan.is.
Tun question of what hind of
Church edilicn in to be elected by
the Central Union congiegaiion in
expected to he decided at u tneeling
of the church and eongtogiUiun to
niotrow evening, nt 8 oMoul;.
Jodoe Bifkeiton goen to Kauai
thin evening by the Mikuliiila to hold
Court. Mr. C. Cieifcliion, Deputy
Attorney General, Hon Paul Neu
mann, Mr. V. Junes, Court leporlcr,
nho go to attend the K.iuui Circuit
W. G. lnwisf is Preiident and
Managor; Clans Bpreckelr, Vice-Pn-aiilent;
Wulter M. G iT.trd, Secre
tary and.Treamrcr; and T. O Porter,
Auditor, of tint incnrpniuti d com
pany of Wm. G. Ii win & Coiniany,
(Liiiiited), innducting the biibiiu'ES
of Sugar Fttctoid and Conimitaion
EVEKTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Ludins No. 1, I. O.
F., at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Ridea,
Mclni-rny Hall, nt 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu RIQcs,
Berelania street Aruinty, at 7:30.
Meeting of Fire Police, ul 7:30
Commander Dennis W. Mullan,
United Statea Niivy, Iiu9 been ru
cioubly penniHed to accept n inuilul
presented to liiin by the Clillitin
DID la tlio Ice
ream ou. in uio
leu ii'iim Pariuis.
f L , ,
? HE IMSLATM
Tim House untuned at 1 :ft.j.
!Noblu A! tiller taid the ditiU3ion
on the opium liivcatigntion nmtU'r
v'ns n waste of time, and animated
by personal spite. He moved the
nicvloiii qtio3lion, which earned.
The report was received and laid
on the table.
Noble Crabbo, foi the committee
on the passpuit bcundal, reported
lliat tin iu was no evidetieo to impli
cate any of the clerks wbo were dis
charged mill that tlietefore their re
moval was unjuit and in order to
remove tlio suspicions under which
their diaclinrgu placed Ilium I ho
committee bitggest that the Legisla
ture Indorse their rcpoit.
Hep. lirown would like to know
something mo c. It was certain that
the piib3ioilrt weie taken from the
CiiitoMi House. IIo would like lo
lie one to vote for wiping out the
stain fiom the name's of the (ll-
Nuhle Ciabhc asked leave to with
draw the report, iia there wa3 more
evidence lie desired to take. Grant
Noble J. M. Horner said he made
oiiie lemaiks the other day about
Government pliysiciutu and free
im ilieiiiu-i, and hu hud been asked
what physician he meant. In reply
he would siy that his remarks weie
general, and intended for those
whom they might lit.
Noble J. M. Horner lead a first
time by title his bill lo reorganize
the Hawaiian Postal Siiungs Bank.
Rp. Nawahi presented a resolu
tion that S 10,000 be appropriated to
enable the Minister ot the Interior
to buy Peter Leo's road from Pallida
to the Volcano, 22 miles in length,
and devote it to the use of the pub
lic. Refened, on motion of 15ep.
Paehaole, to special committee lo
be appointed on a petition on the
Noble M tiller presented a resolu
tion to appropriate 8120 lo refund
taxes to lleei.t Plantation Co. Re
ferred to Minister of Fiiiaucc.
Rep. Rickard piesenied a resolu
for SoOU to complete the Wamka
bridge tor which 5800 was appro
priate last session. Laid on the
table to be considered with the Ap
Noble "W. Y. Horner presented a
resolution that the House hold even
ing sittings Monday, Wedmsday,
and Friday, for the rest ot the ses
sion. N ible Baldwin said most of the
work being in the hands of commit
tees, they would gain very little
time by evening sessions. It would
be a good plan for committees to
hold more evening sessions, as wait
ing lor committee woik was ihe mam
diag just then.
Noiile J. M. Horner thought the
f mil was that, the House wa3 not
making rtod use of the day session.
Seldom was a quorum present tor
some lime after 10 in ihe morning.
He would move in amendment that
the House meet at 9 :30 in the morn
ing. Rep. Paehaole considered Tues
day, Thursday, and Saturday would
lie preferable, alternating with Ap
propriation Bill days
; The Nobles Horner accepted the
amendment, and the resolution was
laid on Ihe tabic.
Rep. Rosa presented a resolution
for 510,000 to build a bridge over
the Waiinea river in Waialua.
Tabled for coniideiation with Ap
The same member presented a
tesoliition tor 85 to refund taxes to
Puka of-Waialua. Referred to
Minister of Kitiamo.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox presented a
resolution for SiOOO lo repair and
keep in order the road up Kalihi
Vail y. Referred to public lauds
Rep. Apiki read a first time by
title his bill to amend the homestead
law. He also gave notice of an
amendment lo Article 50 of the
Noble Pua read a first time by
title his bill to le establish the Ha
waiian Board of Health.
OltDEK OF THE DAT.
Tbo House went into comniilleo
of the whole, Rep. Nawahi in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Repulrs and running expenses of
markets, 84200. Passed.
Support of prisoners, 1580,000.
Salaty of Jailor Oahu Prison,
Minislcr Peterson moved these
two iteui9 be transferred to Depart
ment of Attorney-General, Cairied
ami the item passed.
Lighting biteeta of town other
than Honolulu, 81000.
Minister Spencer moved $100
more to provide lights for Walheo,
Rep. Kahooknno moved lor 82200,
so that Kuhala could have lights.
Rep. White moved for 100 more
for lighting Lahalna, and then asked
ior details of the iiem.
Minifater Spencer replied: Hilo,
21 light; Wailuku, 12; Laliuina,
7, and Ilonokaa, 0.
Red. White moved Laliaina liayo
Ave moro lamps.
.Noble Wideniann thought Lihtic,
Hanapepe, and other villages should
have lights as well as those' named.
No bio Hind moved ihe item be
slili-lteu out, as, If the Government
Went on lighting the various villages
as proposed, whem could they stop?
Were not the people living on thu
plantations as much entitled to have
lump'' a1' Waiheo, Wailuku, etc.?
U p. Kntiealll said it never occur
red lo the lion. Noble to sttilte out
ihe 827.000 f,,r elcciric lights for
Honolulu. Lights were a necessity
in the countty towm.
Nohlu Baldwin moved thu item
pass as in thu bill. Tliuy had started
on a dangerous line. He did not
sec why Waiheo should have lights
ahead of other places equally im
portant. Noble Cornwell claimed that Wat
lieu miybt to have Uglus.
Passed at fj 1 100.
Printing, S 10 UUO,
Uep. Liieas moved it pa3s as in
bill, with condition that the printing
be iiy e in thu Kingdom.
Rep. Rickaul aked a question, to
uhn.lt Minister Spencer replied that
thu item was the rami! as last period
Noble McCarthy t-uid his promised
bill would cover the cjnd'ulon pio
posed by Rep. Luoai.
Passed with condition as moved.
Guai iIh, Aliiohini Hale and Kupti
aiwa Building, ilOOO.
Noble Ciidibu moved tlio item bo
struck out, and the soldiers guard
Rep. Kaluu said tliii item was for
iiijjht watchmen, and moved S1200.
Nohle Pit'i moved to insert SGOO
for watchman at royal mausoleum.
There was a watchman there now,
but he was not getting paid.
Minister Brown reminded the
mover lhat an item had already been
passed fur that purpose, under the
head of '"Public Grounds."
Uep. Rosa said this was another
case ut uin.ors being brought m
without evidence. If the lion. No
ble believed the watchman got noth
ing hu should intioduce a resolu
tion to have the case investigated.
The Chair remarked that the hon.
member for Waialua was not sent
there to instruct members in their
Expenses of election and compil
ing legister, 611,000.
Minister Spencer explained the
item, showing a debt of about 82000
from last election.
Rep. Bush spoke of the desirabil
ity of having the llnance committee's
icpori, as ihe House was working
in the dark.
Noble Macfarlane said the finance
committee's report was in ihe hands
of the printer. 1 heir work had not
been light and the time lor it had
been largely snatched from the sit
tings and between sittings.
Noble Wideniann spoke of the
Great Register piled up in the back
room as u monument of the late
Ministry's folly rather than of its
Noble Baldwin- was surprised to
hear the remark about the Register,
as on Maui it proved to be a very
Nohle Widcmann said the book
became of no earthly use when the
law was changed, altering the dis
ti ids on this island.
Rep. Rickard held that the
amount having been spentthe House
would have lo tand by the action
of the late Ministry. Thi9 was not
the place to discuss that Ministry,
and hu moved the item pass as in
the bill. Carried.
Aid to Queen's Hospital, 820.000.
Minister Brown, in leply lo Rep.
R. W. Wilcox, said the increase in
this item was on account of the bill
reducing lliei assenger tax one-half.
Nohle Muller moved to insert
SiSOO for Kapiolani Maternity
Expenses of filing certificates of
boundaries, 200. Passed.
Incidental expenses under Home
stead Act, S40U0.
Minister Spencer said, in reply to
a question, that this was to providu
for more extensive work this period.
Rep. Waipuilani was afraid there
would not be sutlicienl to pay the
expenses, as a large amount wa9 re
quired for laying out several hun
dred lots in Koua. He moved 85,
OUO. Passed as in the bill.
Quarantine diseased animals, 84,-
Government pounds, 81000.
Rep. Waipuilani wanted 8300 for
a pound in Kuna.
Rep. Kahookano moved 81750.
Rep. Kniihi taid it would look
very well for the member for Kmia
in the eyes of his constituents to get
lhat S300, but after the session he
would find the Minister very deaf on
Noble J. M. Ilornor said it should
not cost moie than S20 lo build any
of these pounds.
Noble Marsden, being informed
by Minister Spencer that the Gov
ernment provided the pounds, eaid
he was pound master for six years,
and he built his own pound, and it
co-t him S200.
Passed as In the bill.
Diamond Head signal station,
Rep. Brown was informed by the
Minister that the salaiy of the
keeper was 800 a month. Ho
thought he should have 870 or 87o
a month, and moved the item be
The Chair would not recognize
the amendment but declared tlio
item passed ns in the bill.
Rep. Lucas wanted to know if
this was tlio way things were going
to bo run in the House, that thu
chairman should shut out a motion
because it did not Mlit him.
Rep. Kalua said the amendment
could be made on third reading.
BULLM'JjX; UUJNOLULU, U. I.,
Subsidy to atwivner between lio
tiohilu. Molokui, Lihaina, and La
Hep. Knncalli wanted the steamer
to call at Mnalaen.
Rep. Kalua cautioned thu Hottsu
ngaiiist laying so much woik on the
s'l'ittner that the company would not
undertake it for the subsidy.
Rep. Paehaole said that the vessel
had slopped at all ihosc ports in the
past period, and if she failed to dv
so now it would cause gieat incon
venience. Rep. Lucas thought they should
let well ctimtili alone, as it the addi
tions were made tho vessel might
not go there.
Paused its tn the hill.
Rent of Custom House lot, Kaliu
lui, and Post Olllce, Iltlo, 81800.
Rep. Baiter moved lo inaeit 80,
000 for Custom Ilotiso and Ktro
hcnt! Wniehousi', Uilu.
Minister Spencer thought Hint
should come under Sec. 3.
Motion lost to insert it here.
Piireh'isi! of Kohnln Colli t House
lot. S 1112.07. Passed.
Rep. Kahookano moved to insert
8500 for moving the statue of Ka
iiiehiiineha I. to the courthouse lot.
Rep. Paehaole said the btatun
was bronze and it would not hurt it
to stand there two years longer.
Noble. I. M. Horner was convinc
ed that if the people of Kohala
wanted that imiigo moved they
would subscribo Uio money nnd
have the work tlono in a week.
Aid lo Kapiol.ini Park Associa
Rup. Brown moved tlio item be
referred to a special committee.
Tho lutu Minister of the Interior
had made a proposition to the As
sociation about taking in Diamond
Head. It was alo desired to im
prove the water supply.
Rep3. White and Kahookano spoke
Rep. Lucas in reply said -the
Jokey Club did not get a cent out
The motion carried.
The committee tosc nnd reported
pi ogress, and the repot t was adopt
ed. Minister Brown said there were
now seven select committees out on
items in the Appropriation Bill, and
utider the nile they should report
within five days. Some of them
were out since tho first week in
The President nppointcd the fol
lowing special committees:
On Peter Lee's petition and reso
lution Noble Parker, Rep. Apiki,
Noble Cornwe.l, Rep. Nawahi, Rep.
On Kapiolani Park Association
Reps. Biown, Rickard, A. Horner,
Noble Paiker, Minister Cummins.
The House adjourned at A : 15
Tuesday, Aug. 5.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
Rep. Kalua, from the judiciary
committee, reported on the bill in
troduced by Rep. Lucas, increasing
the rates of fare foi boats plyiug for
hire in Honolulu harbor, finding that
the increase of 50 percent would
nut be a hardship to the public, and
recommending that the bill pass.
Rep. Brown moved the report be
adopted. Carried, tho bill to be read
a ihnd lime Friday.
Noble J. M. Horner presented a
report from the special committee
on private enterprises conducted at
public; expense in Honolulu. The
committee deals with the water
works, the market, and electric
light. It finds the two first to bo re
venue producers, the market making
a handsome profit. Tho waterworks
are expected in time to reimburse
the Government for all the expendi
ture on them. It is hoped that thu
eleotrio works will also pay well
after contemplated improvements
ure'inade. Ho moved it be laid on
the table, and its recommendations
considered with the Appropriation
Noble Baldwin explained that ho
did not sign the report, because he
disag'etd with ono of the recom
mendations. Tho committee should
have gone up the valley and looked
into tho water supply uvailablo for
operating tbo electric lights. If
there was not enough water ho did
not bi'liovo in the Government oper
ating the houso electric light system,
ns he understood thcro was a report
by Mr. Allardt that tho lighting
would not pay if it had to be done
by steam. Tho importance of tho
thing was that the Government was
asking for 8201,000 for additions to
tho waterwoiks, and 841,200 for
addition to the electric light bystcm.
Laid on the table.
Minister Brown, on hchnlf of
Minister Spencer, presented an an
swer to the questions of Rep. Ka
hookano, which was to tho effect
thot thcro was no record In any
road hoard's return of any indebt
edness, and road boards were not
allowed to incur any debt.
Hep. Rickard presented the report
of the special committee on the bill
extending the lime lo the Hawaiian
Pacific Cable Co. for completion of
the inter-island cable. The com
mittee finds that the company has
expended about 820,000 in opera
tions, but had found the cable em
ployed uusuited to the purpose. Mr.
if. S. Bartholomew promises that If
the tiuii) asked be grunted the com
pany will lay a durablo and satis
factory cable. The coiultteo recom
mends lhat the bill puss mid that an
agreement be concluded between the
Government nd the company in
AUGrf'SST 5, jaw,
cluding lh conditions mentioned In
Rep. Kalua did not sign tho report
because it was not translated nnd ho
had only n brief opportunity of
rending it in a language somewhat
unfamiliar, lto hud also held in the
coirimitlru that the bill hotild bn
amended so a- to require Mr. Bar
tholomew to give a guarantee lo Iho
Government that the woik should bo
done satisfactorily. There was no
provision in the bill requiring expoit
inspection of the cable after it Is
laid. lie was as anxious as anyone
to see cable communication but did
not think a bill should be passed
that would allow thid company to do
nothing while keeping any other
from doing anything. lie moved
the report be accepted and laid on
the table Until he could piescul n
Noble Widcmann thought when
the bill w.i3 intioduecd .hist session
it was a swindle. That it was a
swindle was proved by the late Min
ister oi Foreign Affairs having taken
a ftp. of S7000 to look after the in
terests of the company. His author
ity for this statement was Mr. Bar
tholomew Tho means to secure tho
end were instilllcieiit. It would cost
S200.000 to lay a cable between the
islands. The subsidy of 825,000
would bo no object to a good,
heukhy company. Ho would not
ubject to a subsidy if a new contract
was made. He could not vole for a
cable like this (showing a ppecimen
of the cable lately laid). He agreed
with the hon. member for Wailuku
that there ought to bo a guarantee.
Rep. Rickard said the hon. mem
ber lor Wailuku had read the ip
port twice, and the only objection
he had mado to signing it was that
it was not translated. It did not
matter to the Government how much
the company spent in cxperimnets,
if it ultimately kid a good cable.
The committee was not all composed
of lawyers, but, thought if certain
sections of the line were laid to the
satisfaction of the Minister of In
terior, a proportion of tho subsidy
should bo paid.
Noble Baldwin thought time was
being lost, as the motion was to lay
the report on the table, to await the
minority report, when the disous
sion would come up in a regular
way. Ho had something to say on
the subject, but did not wish to do
Rep. Lucas said ho had perhaps
less to do with the gas company
than tho hon. Noble from Honolulu
had with a cable company of seven
The President TJie gas bill is
not before tlio House.
Rep. Lucas said that was all
right, it had been brought up and
ho was only answering. Tho bill
did not call for an' money from this
Government till the Minister of the
lutenor was perfectly satisfied with
the work. The specimen of cable
shown ho heard was one thrown
away and picked up by a boalboy.
Noble Widcmann only wanted to
include in the bill the conditions
mentioned in the report.
The leport was tabled.
Noble Burchardt gave notice of a
bill to amend cLap. 27, laws of
182, relating to license to dailies.
Rep. Kalua read a first time by
title his bill to license the raanu
factuie and sale of opium. Read a
second tirao by title and referred to
special committee on opium bills.
Noble McCarthy read a first time
by title his bill to compel Govern
ment officials to procure merchan
dise for public uso in this kingdom.
Also, his bill to amend Sees. 1, 2,
0, Chap. 53, law-3 of 1880.
Rep. Hulstead read a first timo by
title his bill to amend the law re
lating to brands and marks.
Noble Pita picsentcd a resolution
that a select committee bo appointed
to Hud if the kecr of the mausoleum
hud been paid, and if not pnid that
a sum be appropriated for tho pur
pose. Minister Brown said that he had
not said, ns stated in the resolution,
Hint the keeper had been paid ; but
thatSUOO was in tho bill for tho
mausoleum, tho money being dis
bursed by lion. A. S. Cleghorn,
Rep. Baker presented u resolution
that tho petition asking for removal
of tho Government physician at Hilo
bo taken from tho (.unitary commit
tee and given lo tlio special com
mittee on the item for Government
Rep. Rico asked for moro timo
for special committee on item for
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
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KEAWI Beans for cnttlo at 61.25;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 23 cents.
Also. Native Hay. Apply to MrCnlliiio,
ut (Caplolaul Paik. ut hums of 12 noun
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A COMPLETE outfit for mnklug anil
dispensing carbonated bovcrugis
all In good order. Addtosa
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Will stand for a short time nt
GreoDlltld Stables, Kapiolani Park.
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old; sinnds ir, hand lilch;"Llud and
By flake of HoiM-.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Noifolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by Imp. lialrownlo
Old dam llcnnlo Farrow
by Imp Shamiock
1th dam Id i by Imp. Bulshusar
5th dnm Madam Boloy (Gumma'
fitb dam Nnnev Nlchol. . .by imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. liosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
'Jib dnm by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodlus
IJth dam by Imp. Sllvcreyo
12th dam by Imp Jolly ltoi;er
18th dam "...by imp. Partner
14th dam by Imp. Monkey
15th dam Imp. muio from the stud of
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tST Best of can1 taken 1th nnlmaln.
In cite of accident no lcspou-iblllty
will be assumed.
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GobISu MM Oats!
at all leading groce-
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01CJ S. F. Agents. 12t
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Block." Hotel aieet, wish to In
form the public that they are now pre
pared to furnish Pure Ico Cream In
any quantity. We guarnnteo our Ico
Cream to be first-class, and hope to se
cure a fair share, of public patronage.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted In my
name without my written order.
W. C. AOITI.
Honolulu, July 7, 1S00. 698 lin
THE Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
notice, to thne owing thura old
accounts, that If not tcttled by August
1, 1800, they will he put in tho hands
of a collector. G01 td
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not ho responsible for nny bills
contracted In their name without a
written order signed either by D. P.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
Manager Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1M0. 003 lm
ALL bills outstanding nvnr ono vciir
nnd not paid bv August 15tu,"wlll
bo publicly advertised for pule.
Chas. J. FIHIIEL,
The Lending Millinery Hoiife, coiner
Fort A Hotel Micetfi. fi'.'O lw
rpms la to certify that I have thl day
X sold to N. P. Biiigeas, of Hono
lulu, nil my right, tltlo and interest in
the Now Huwuihui Directory for 18DC
01. Any communications to, oroideis
for the Directory will receive) prompt
attention if uddtcssed to G, W. Biu
gess, ut Benson, Smith A; Co.
liy order. J. C. LANE,
Editor Hawalliu Directory.
Honolulu, July 3i, th'JO. G20 3t
HAVING bought out Sir. W. II.
Puge In tho "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort btreut, I am
prepared to continue tho above business
under the old imiau of Honolulu Cur.
rlnge Manufactory, ami being un old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the patronage of my old frlcndB nud the
nubllo in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the busluces nud with ox.
poriencod workmen und using only iho
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Pleaso call and see mu before
(Signed) r GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct- 2tl, IBS.. ilOl tf
Just the Thing for Brcaktast
Machinery For Sale !
The following Machinery foiming
pnitoftheStar Mill Plant will bo sold
at public- auction ut nit early date unless
disposed of piovlously by private sale.
Parties desirous of purchasing any por
tion of this Machinery can get parti
cular and prices fromlho undersigned:
Spare Gear Wheel fi Pinion;
1 l'x3fi Kngltic, Spare Gear Wheel Ac
c MuOiiiu Clariftcrs with ratings, 4
1 Juice Heater. II It. lgng 12 In. dia
2 i In. y I. Cleaning Pans, Cxl2s2.7;
1 0x7 Double Effect, complete with
Pinup A: Stage:
1 0x20 Galloway Boiler, Complete;
1 G.1G Tubular Boiler, complete;
1 Sugar Car 1 tn. W I., IxG. 1x3. 1 ;
l Sugar Cooler, 8x"i.0x20:
1 Sugar Cooler, G G.5 GxJO;
2 Sujrar Cooler. .1x3 0x20;
1 Tank4' In. W. I.. 7.0v)xI2;
1 Steam Pump, 1 discharge;
1 No, 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blake Pumps, y. dlschatgo;
1 Lathe. 20 chuck 12 it. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Fairbanks Platform Scales, 0x25;
Mill Bulldlne, 10x1.10x21; and Boiler
Shed, alleov. w llh Corrugated Iron;
Fire Brh'k, also a largo assortment or
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves, Flplng,
.3 NO. HIND,
For Star Mill Co.. Kohala, Hawaii.
"lircsM BlMt," 1UU1 St. near Fort.
I beg to announce to the public Uiat 1
offer for sale
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAKQALN.
Also, a complcto assortment of ilr-t-class
Cart, lam k Carriage
Selected personally of the best factories
in tuu eastern Mates. COG im
EIMERS1TH k HELD,
CB Our New Artotypo Illustrated
Catalogue icut frco on application.
UN SlITl'tK NT..
Snn Francisco. : t California.
No. 30 Kormin Bt. 1'. 0. Bex 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having hud 10 yeais cxpeiienec In
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hutid
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots Jb
Shoes. Also, French it Amerlcau Boots
& Shoes received by eveiy stcuiner.
Prices rcusouablc. 1 solicit your pat
ronngo. fioi ."tin
HEWETT & JACOBSEnT
Acconntaati, Collector!, Oommlulou Agent- anJ
Octtom lions Broken.
Aro nt all times prepared to per
form any description of Clerical Woik,
such as Auditing Accounts, Porting up
Tradesmen's Books, Sinking Inventories
of Stook, Engrossing Legal DocuracntK,
Etc. Competent nnd Reliable Freight
Clerks for tho delivery and tallying of
CarOfftCO at HuaTACK&RoUKUTBONV,
Quton street. Post Ollleo Box 189, Mo.
tual Telephone 111; Bell TclenUouo 411.
Mrs. BvaM. Jolinsou, Artist,
titudlo, No. 27 Alakoft. Btroct.
Formerly of Now York, would Inform
thu public that she la prepaid! to till
nil orders for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
C3 Samples of work can ho scon at
Studio ami Hamilton Hotibo Parlor?.
A. G-. SILVA,
65 & 67 Hotel Street,
Furniture. Hatting & Carpet Laid
Corn loo I'oleu.
Fine Upholstering and Bedding a spe
cialty, juuo lQ-Gni
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