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SATURDAY, AUOUsT 0, IW0.
oahO railway k am co.'s
To 'i'rtWfc Ifr't .5 mI.v M. ifctlO.
A. M. r. M.
Leave Honnltiin 8'.l," 1 :45
Arilvo lloiouliull 10:05 :t:or.
Ucp.vo Honcullull Wise :t:i!5
Arr.vo Honolulu Il:!i3 4:55
Stinr WalaloaUsfrom Kauai
Stmr Mol.olil from Molukai
llktnc !i G Wilder, T 11 Giifflths, l'.'i
days from fan FhiiicImmi
H-mastcd sohr Ko An lion front rf If on a
Am liMno Irmgard, 11 Jlanon, for
(inn Fiauelseo at 1 p in
Slinr Mokoltlfor Molnlsalat-lpni
fiehr Mai v for llatialcl
Hchr Ka Mol for ICuhulalcle
For .San Francisco or lil;lnc Irnigard,
Ana;!) T A Kerr, Mrs M Vuiiglm, Mas
ter's Hull, 1IK Alice Winter, Mr Ca
liiain nn I daughter,
From San Franeieo per ljl.tncJJO
"Wilder, Aug n Mr Arnold and fllr
CARGOES rhOM ISLAHFpOHTS.-
Ptnir Mokohi l-"0 hags sugar, 10 head
cattle and 100 sheep.
Stmr Wai.ileale UBfl bags paddy.
KuAulluu -30 conU uhlu wood from
Koiia. and fit) head cattle lrom Ma-
FOllEiHiJ VCSSEW M POST.
11 1? M S Acorn, Pollard, from a I'liiise
11 y BXip-jlo MelJtirlev, fioni Illlo
Am hi: Ojihlr Horn Newcastle, N S W
Ger bk Adonis O raiu, from ltrumeti
,S S Claudiuc, W M JJodd, from Glas
gow Am hi; Alden Uesae, Frii, from San
Jlktne Geo O PeiUins, from PoitTown.
( 3 O Whitmoro, Ward, from Fort Blakely
FOREILiH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M S Xvmph from British Columbia
31 It M Flagsh p Warspitc fumi Biltllsh
Br ship Blunglield sailed from Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug 21
Ger bk Fau-st, from Xov York via Bra
zil Am bk Albert, Winding, from S.ui
' Francisco due Aug 4
Bk Uncle John, fioni Newcastle, due
Br bk lilrker from London, sailed Apr
13, due Aug 23
Brbk Gei van lrom Liverpool, sailed
May 10, duo Kept 1u-'M
Tern W" S Uowne, Blnhm, from San
Francisco dim at Jlahukona July l'J
S S Fairallon from San Diego due Sep
a S Zealandia, from San Francisco duo
8 S Alameda from the Colonies en route
to ban Francisco due Aug 22
H S Australia fioni San Francisco en
route to the Colonies due Aug U0
The bark Adouis has finished unload
ing her cargo, hhu was moved this
inornlug to Likelike's wharf to take in
sugar for tan Francisco.
The bktnc lrmgaid, Capt UManson,
palled to-day for San Francisco with
six passengers and a full cargo of .sugar,
The bl.tne S G Wilder, Capt r 11
Grillllhs, arrived early this morning,
12 days from San Francisco. Shu
brings 3 oabiu passengers, 10 horses,
and u full cargo of general merchan
dise. Mesro F A bchaelcr it Co are
Thu following ships arrived at San
Francisco all on the same day, July 20:
Bk Fenis S Thompson. 32 days from
Honolulu; bk n O Allen, 20 days from
Honolulu; bktnc S X Castle. 30 days
from Honolulu; brig Lurlinu, 20 days
from Illlo; schr li K Wood, 28 days
from Kaliului; and bktnc Discovery, 20
days fi om Honolulu.
OUSniXGIlAM At Marshlleld, Hono
lulu, August Dili, to the wifo of
John Cuslihigham, u sou.
A strong effort will lie made in
the Senate to secure full protection
for the development of tin interests
in the States.
The Excelsior Geyser in Ycllow
Btono Park is throwing hot water !)00
feet into the air. This is the first
eruption in two years.
Senator Stewart has introduced a
bill griuiling the public lands in Ne
vada, excepting mineral lands, to
the State in aid of irrigation.
Sir W. A. Wliitc, Uritish Ambas
sador to Turkey, went to London on
a. short and sudden visit, lie had
several private conferences with
Lord Salisbury, and will return at
once, to Constantinople.
The Denver Supervisor of Census,
George L. Sopris, announces the
population of Denver and suhruhs
:is 12G,18G. This bhowsan increase
over ids former figures of 7000,
which lias been added by a rucan
vhbs of the city by the Citizens' Com
mittee. Simon and Julius Krognnkcr of
Eronibcrg, Germany, who ran away
from Germany a few months ago,
after securing nearly 300,000 marks
by fqrgery, were arrested recently
on tlio arrival of the steamer Au
gusta Victoria at New York.
A Southwestern contemporary ob
serves that a most striking feature
of the census enumeration in San
Antonio is the renmrkahlo exhibit of
longevity. The list of people be
tweeu the ages of eighty-flvo and
ninety is a long one, while there are
three individuals who have lived
over one hundred years,
' tatwi & atatftftt mm.
Ustirotittv nn Star win frtty
Henry Davis A Go. tifl-r for tftlo IT
rcintdy fur pig nntl poultry (liciifii,
Tn neiMiiritiiw iirmlnnls of tliu
Kllii' me llio sul'ji-ol nn ndvi
Mr 1 i-helV olcnrntioo tnle begins
tJtiy. HiimiI Whrtl lilBudVfrlist;lin.'tIt
Tin: rnrillo llnidwnie Goiiimuy
arc felling "Snow Flnko" kuiosi'iio
oil of 1B0 dogrcps Uwl.
Wii.nnti'fl ,Stcainhip Co. stuck
linldciji will inccl nt their otHco S) a.
Wewnksuay nest Mr. J. F. Morgan
will lioltlaii auction sale of limircliolit'
furnilitru ut the rcsitlonco nf Mrs. IX.
V. Laii'in, Hotel Hived.
Capt. (IriflitlH of thn lurkentino
r-. G. Wilder and Pilot Ih.hcock have
our thanks for San Ftanrisco papcif
of July 27. ono day nftci list hIphiiiit
tx impnrtnnt notice to holders of
waU-r piivilcgca regarding iriigation
appears to-day by authority. Water
for household purposes has been very
si'iucc in sonic pails of the city the
past week or more.
Tun members of the Stoinitz Chess
Club have- thus far well supported
the touriiaim-nt. Theio have been
few if any defaults of teams, and
sevcial well-nia tolled games have
taken place, ('lass B will play Mon
day ovening, and Class A Tuesday
Tim sen ices of Hie Fecond Con
gregation of St. Andrcw'n Cathedral
to-uionow will be as follows: 11:15
a. in. morning prayer wiih sermon,
"To Deuni" Berg in C, anthem "1
will lift up mini! eyes" by Vv'hillield;
7 :"0 p. m., evensong with sermon,
anthem "Hymn of pence" by Gall
cott, tho solo by Mrs. Ttimcy. liov.
Alex. Mackintosh, lector.
Cmxusn hospitalities arc being dis
pensed at tho Benevolent Society's
Clubhouse, King stieol, to-day, in
honor of the Kinperoi's 20ih birth
day. The band soienaded Mr. C.
Alee, Chinese Coninieicial Agent, in
the morning. Mr. Goo Kim, Assist
ant Commercial Agent, is helping
the chief at the reception. China
town had sonio pretty illuminations
last night. Hawaiian and consular
Hags aro flying, the U. S. S. Nipsio is
in dress, and 1!. B. M. S. Acoiu dis
plays Hags on all her masts.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Ca
thedral services :
Holy Communion (Hawaiian)
0 :30 a. in.
Litany, i :au a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon at
10 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, C p.
THE MOLOKAi THGUBLE.
Everything was quiet when the
Mokolii left Molokal so quiet that
those on board knew nothing of
trouble until they reached Honolulu
The schooner Rob Roy brings the
following particulars of the unplea
santness. It arose from the break
ing up of a house. The patients
jumped on Superintendent Evans,
knocked him down, and tied him.
lie was released at. the request of a
native preacher visiting thu settle
ment. Crossing the mountain Evans
look the steamer JMokolii to Lanai,
where he boarded tho schooner Ila
leakala that brought him to Hono
lulu. The actors in the assault told the
preacher that they only wanted to
go through Evans clothes, to see if
he had any firearms on his person.
They were afraid ho would shoot
them in his irritation.
CH0WTH OF SOUTHERN CITIES.
The table printed below shows the
growtli of somo of the principal
Southern cities, calculated upon the
estimates sent out by the census enu
St. Louis 1.18,000 3f)0,f00
New Orleans 240,000 210,000
Louisvillo 180,000 123,750
Memphis 75,000 33,000
Nashville 72,000 -i3,100
Atlanta (15,000 37.-100
Savannah -13,000 31,000
Dallas 30,000 10,-100
Galveston 35,000 22,300
Chattanooga ,15,000 13,500
Birmingham 27,000 3,000
Fort Worth 31,000 0,000
Macon 22,000 12,000
Wheeling. . . . 37,000 3J.000
San Antonio .... 30,000 20,000
Houston 32,000 10,000
The local agent of tho New Zea
land Government confirms the re
cent statement of the Bulletin that
tho coiilinuauco of tho Australian
mail service will depend upon tho
action of Congress upon tho Fryo
and Farquhar shipping bills. Prompt
action will also ho necessary to se
cure favorablo action by thu New
Zealand Parliament, as it will he
prorogued this month. Our mer
chants should maku their recom
mendations to tho California delega
tion very loud and explicit, and tho
delegation should put their best foot
foremost to push tho bills. San
Fraucibcn and California do not want
to got left in this business. San
UA1LI UUJLLJJ1TIM; ULUHUliULU, U. I.,
! i wmm.
Fiuday, Aug. 8.
Committee of tho whole resumed
at l :85.
The iiom. of S3000, fourth statis
tical cleric. 1'iHM-tl.
llouklcui'per. 53000. Passed.
Collector Kaliului, SCG00. Pawed.
Collector llilo, S8C00. Passed.
Collector Mahuknna, 81440.
Itep. Drown asltcd the reason of
Minister Drown said that the last
holder, Mr. Slillinan, gave it up be
cause tho salary was loo small. Tho
piesent incumbent, Mr. Smithies, is
paid at this late.
Tho item passed.
Collector Kawaihac, $200. Passed.
Collector Kolua, $200. Passed.
1'ep. Kalua moved In insert, col
lector Lahaiua, 5200.
Minister Diown said nn ships dis
charge there now, and the postmas
ter perforins the duties. There was
a salary appropriated last session,
but it was not drawn.
Rep. Drown thought if the $200
could bo saved it ought to be and
moved the item do not pas.
The item passed.
Collector Kealakekua, $200.
Port Surveyor Kaliului, $2100.
Port Surveyor Hiln,
Minister Drown saidcthc
was larger because this poit surveyor
had to look out for twenty-nine
mile3 of coast.
The item passed.
Keeper Kerosene Wai chouse,
Assistants in Bonded Warehouses,
four men, $5,000. Passed.
Assistant Guards, Honolulu, hix
men, $1-1,400. Passed.
Assistant Guards at ail port 3,
Minister Blown 3aid the port sur
veyor cannot watcli a vessel day and
night. Theie may be several ves
sels in port. He has to pick up
guards to watcli them. It- is the
same all over the Kingdom.
Tho item passed.
Custom House boat, $2000.
Minister Brown, in answer to
Rep. Kalua, said this item paid two
boatmen in Honolulu, ami for the
boats in llilo, Kaliului and Maliu
kona. The item passed.
Incidentals Custom House, $5000.
Minister Brown had three items
lie wished to insert to pay judg
ments rendered against the Govern
ment in favor of certain individuals.
The first is V. Knudsen. $1980.
Rep. Knudsen It is only money
to be returned to me.
The item passed.
2. Judgment in favor of Wong
Ko, $831. Passed. 3. Judgment
in favor of Richard Oliver, $337.78.
Noble Mullcr moved to insert SG00
incidentals Auditor-General's office.
Salary Attorney-General, $10,000.
Deputy Attorney-General, 7000.
Marshal, $7000. Passed.
Minister Peterson moved to insert
salary Police Court Prosecutor,
S4000. This is paid at present to a
Second Deputy Marshal out of ap
piopriation for Marshal's ofllec, but
it is not a good arrangement.
Rep. Kalua moved to pass the
item to Deputy Marshal, to prose
cute in the Police Court.
Minister Peterson did not consi
der it advisable to have the olllces
thus merged. The Government
could appoint any attorney to pro
secute. It was not well to have the
prosecutor connected with the po
lice, as his double duties might con
flict. Motion of the Minister carried.
Clerk to Marshal, $4000. Passed.
Second Clerk to Marshal, $2400.
Minister Peterson moved to in
sert, Jailor of Oahu Prison, $3000.
Sheriff of Hawaii, $5500 ; of Maui,
$5000 ; of Kauai, $4000. Passed.
Clerk to Maui Shoriff, $1800; to
Hawaii Sheriff. $1800. Passed.
Kauai Sheriff, $480. Amended to
Pay of police, Hawaii, $05,000;
Maui, $4-1,000; Oahu, $90,000;
Kauai, S2 1,000.
Minister Peterson moved tlicso
four items bo referred to a special
Amended to a committee of nine,
two from cacli of tho four islands
named and one from Molokai, and
Clerk, translator, and copyist,
Incidonlals, civil and criminal ex
Minister Peterson understood that
the finance committee had discover
ed a large amount of money paid for
incidentals out of the appropriation
for pay of police. Ho therefore
moved the item bo $20,000.
Noblo McCarthy corroborated
tho statement regarding tho discov
ery by tho flnanco committee. As
thu pay of police had been referred
to a special committee, he moved
that this item bo referred to tho
v, Noblo Widemann thought that if
tho matter depended on the report
of tho liuancc committee that report
should he awaited.
Noblo Mullcr regarded it as sufll-
Ui-M 4r iiUiWiHiLHirtmi. ijmm9immn
cl:nt Mien a member of the fhmitcp
committee had ul?u the required
Noblo lounhcrg thought tho re
port of tiie lliinncc committee Miould
Inivo been prcsuiiled to thu Ilniise
before it was tunt to hu printed.
Noblu Wideinstih believed it had
been tho practice for some years to
have the report printed llrst.
Minister Brown said thai nioli
was thu practice for four or livo
Noble McCarthy said the object
of the finance committee was to pre
vent the time of the House being
taken up a whole day with the
reading of tho report.
Rep. Rosa supported Noblo Mc
Carthy's motion. The incidentals
came chiefly from Hawaii. Kauai
had no charge. Hawaii should be
kept in check.
Minister Peterson wi'hdicw his
motion and the item was referred to
Expenses of suits relative to Gov
ernment claims in lands, $1000.
Rep. Kalua moved this he referred
to 3oleot committee.
Reps. Rosa and L'achnolc discuss
ed thu matter, the latter understand
ing that it was based on a test caso
won by the Government against the
Bishop Estate. There were other
lands on which the Government had
claims apparently cqualh tenable,
and the speaker wanted to know if
the amount was sulllcient.
Minister Peterson said the main
pait of tho work had been done in
the test case, therefore lie consider
ed the item proposed would be am
Coroner's inqucsls.$1500. Passed.
Sundry expenses in aid of Chi
nese Restriction Act, ?500. Passed.
Minister Peterson moved to in
sert, Support, maintenance, and
caro of prisoners, $80,000. It. was
tho item transferred from the In
terior Department. Carried.
Bureau of Public Instruction
Salarj' of Inspector - General of
Schools, including his traveling ex
Noble Burchardt had noticed that
the present. Inspector did more
traveling than any of his predeces
sors and performed elllcient services.
Rep. Pachaole supported tho
Rep. Kahookano understood there
was to be a Deputy Inspector, in
which case the Inspector-General
would have less traveling.
Minister Brown had a communi
cation from the President of the
Board, which said nothing about a
The item passed.
Noble Iscnberg moved to insert,
Deputy Inspector-General, $1000.
The committee on education recom
mended that such an ofllcial should
be appointed. It was a necessary
Noble Walker supported the mo
tion. The President's letter was
anterior to tho recommendation of
the committee. Mr. Moore, an ex
cellent man, had been selected for
Noble Widemann saw a discrep
ancy. Here was a letter from the
President stating tho needs of the
bureau, but with no mention of this
olllce. They could get along an
other term without this ofllcial, and
he moved the item be rejected.
Noble McCaithy agreed with the
mover and seconder of the main mo
tion, but thought the amount inade
quate for traveling expenses and
all. The incumbent must have
equal qualifications with the chief
inspector. He moved the item he
Noble J. M. Horner moved $4,
800. Rep. Pachaole moved tho item he
indefinitely postponed. Lost, 20 to
Passed al $1500 on tho casting
vole of tho chairman.
Noble Widemann thought some
better method of counting tiie votes
should be adopted. The motion to
indefinitely postpone the item had
Salary of Clerk of Board of Edu
Noble Crabbe moved $0000.
Minister Brown said $0000 was
stated in the President's letter.
Noble J. M. Horner thought this
was not consistent. They had just
voted $4500 to a gentleman who was
said to bo equal to tho other at
$8000. This oillcial had not to en
dure the toil of travel or tho rain
mid slush, but sat comfortably in
his office six hours a day. Ho moved
tho item be $1800, the amount for
which ho voted in tho caso of tho
Noble Widemann said this official
being a personal friend of his, he
would not discuss an increase or de
crease in the item, hut vole for the
item he found in tho bill. The
member from Hawaii, if ho thought
this oillcial had nothing to do, ought
to go into his olllce before he became
so funny. Tho correspondence alone
done by the clerk would abash tho
Noble Horner denied being funny.
His stylo was not that of the lion.
Noblo lrom Oahu. He was serious
in everything ho uttered there. It
was only couimonscnsc that they
bhould be consistent. This clerk
did not have to undergo all tho
trouble, to sleep in any kind of a
place, like the oillcial for whom they
had just voted $4500, although ho
was equal in ability and experience
to either of these higher salaried
Noble Widemann did not wish to
bo funny, and would beg the lion.
Nohlo'a pardon, if there was any
pardon required in it. Ho would,
AtTGl.'BT 0, juUU.
a nwwi i p i CffrtntfrrM
ny, however, thai Ihi.s oflloiol had
grown up with the educational
establishment of the country, knew
every school teacher, every sohnol
hmisn, and every si hoolhotiBO benrh
in thu kingdom. IJt-nd work always
ool more than huiid and leg work.
Rep. KntidiPii laid that' the De
puty having to (ill the chief's place
must be a man of equal capacity,
just as the Deputy Attorney-General
must be as good a man as the Al
lot iicy-Gcneial. But it would not
do to put tho deputy or the clerk
above the head in any case.
Noble Widemann said it was not
a case of putting the clerk above tho
head. He took off his hat to this
new deputy, having just learned
who he was. Bui in this caso the
clerk was the superior, these other
ofliciid.3 taking their instructions
from him. Hu was the mouthpiece
of the Board of Education.
Rep. Pachaole saw there were two
assistant clerks, which would lighten
the labors of tho chief clerk; there
fore he would support the motion
to make the salary S1S00.
Rep. Richard moved to recom
mend rcconaidoration of the salaries
of Iiispector-Qpneral and Deputy.
Passed at SC000.
Assistant cleik, $3000.
Rep. Marques moved $3000.
Rep. Pachaole moved $2000.
Passed as in bill.
Messenger and book clerk, $1500.
Support of English, Hawaiian,
and Common Schools, $170,000.
Minister Brown said tho original
recommendation of tho Board was
for $190,000. Jt had been cut. down
without any consultation with the
Board. The amount in the bill was
certainly insulHeicnt, and lie moved
it pass at $190,000.
Minister Cummins moved the item
pass at $200,000.
Rep. Waipuilani moved tho item
be referred to a special committee,
as there had been much talk about
the pay of teachers.
Minister Brown said that in res
ponse to resolutions, full informa
tion had been given tho House, and
nothing more could be ascertained
by a committee.
Rep. Riekard supported the motion
of the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
especially as tiie House had adopted
the principle that Hawaiian teachers
should be paid at the same rate as
foreign teachers, when of equal
capacity and character.
Rep. Marques asked if the item
included support of Catholic inde
Noble Iscnberg replied that aid
was given to all schools subject to
the inspection of the Inspector
General. If $200,000 was voted
there would be something, ho be
lieved, for independent schools.
They could not support Catholic, or
Mormon, or Protestant schools, or
any that gave instruction in religion.
It had been the custom to vote
special grants to such independent
schools. They could not bo sup
ported out of this fund.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox would have
ucen m lavor of the increase pro
posed by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, were it not for the discrim
ination shown to have been made
against Hawaiian teachers. It would
not be wise to nlace audi a laree
amount in the hands of the Board to
be distributed by a body that prac
tised such injustice.
Rep. Nawahi would favor a liberal
supply, but thought something
should be done to compel the Board
to be more equitable in the appor
tionment of salaries.
Noble Iscnberg said nnybody who
had observed must be convinced that
the schools of the kingdom had
made great progress. A demand for
teachers aroso which could not bo
supplied at home. Everybody know
that when 3'ou had to go abroad for
teachers, or clerks, or laborers, it
was n different matter to dealing
with people in your own country.
Tho requisite supply of teachers
could not be obtained in San Fran
cisco without offering good pay.
The Board would givo preference
to teachers who understood both
languages, and he hoped the time
was coming when all tho teachers
would bo Hawaiian. But that day
hud not come yet. Public instruc
tion could not bo carried on success
fully if the Board was obstructed
with all tlicso little objections. He
would support a resolution that no
teacher, Hawaiian or foreign, receive
less than a dollar a day.
Rep. Brown did not think there
were moro than four or live exclu
sively Government English school
in the country ten years ago. From
1880 tho appropriations had been
increased every period to meet the
demand of Hawaiians for instruc
tion of their children in English.
When this process began there were
very few teachers in the country
competent to teach English to Haw
aiians. There were not enough
jiow in the country for the servico.
He hoped with the lion. Noble from
Kauai that they should see the day
when there would ho enough Haw
aiian teachers to conduct all the
schoola. Because he was a foreigner
hu would not support thu foreigner
against tho native, but they must
lake into account the differenco in
the bringing up of foreigners from
that of natives. Foreign teachers
that it was necessary to import
could not ho expected to live 911 tho
same fare as nativus of the country,
Tho speaker was born in tho coun
try, and if necessary could live on
poi and fish he had been accus
tomed to that food from his infancy
but it was unreasonable to expect
that persons brought up in other
countries could live in that way.
He would lie In favor of giving
Hnwatian teaoher" positions wher
ever they were competent t' Mil
Rep. Mavqups wan willing to stip
poit the proposed Item, lie wanted
to call attention to the increase
that hud taken place in 1 lie Catholic
population. Tho Catholic M'hools
attracted a laigc proportion of
school children, and he estimated
that a just allowance, out of the
$200,000, to the Catholic ichooh
would be S50.000. He, however,
would move that tho item be divided
$182,000 to English, Hawaiian,
and Common schools; and $18,000
to the Catholic schools.
Rep. II. W. Wilcox spoke nt
length in Hawaiian without inter
pretation. Noble Widemann told of a
when the two languaces
tabued to each other of the
drcn of Che different races.
had some oillcial connection with an
English school started nl Lilnie,
Kauai, about 1855. The lion, mem
ber for Waimea (Knudsen) started
a school about the same period.
Most of those English schools had
died out. A young Hawaiian lady
had taught an English school in tlifs
city for at least 20 years and still
kept it. Tho Hawaiian language
was doomed to become extinct., as
the young Hawaiians learned Eng
lish. They deserved credit for
having maintained the Hawaiian
language as long as they had. The
new system begun aboui eight years
ago of teaching English to all Haw
aiian children was beginning to
show fruits, and in twenty years or
loss there would be enough Hawaiian
teachers in the country. He moved
the committee rise. Carried.
The eommitleo rose and reported,
and its report was adopted.
The President appointed, as the
committee on pay of police, Allot-ney-General
Peterson, Nobles Bur
ger, Kanoa, Reps. A. S. Wilcox,
linker, A. Horner, Kalua, Noble
wainrtdgo, Itep. Pachaole.
The House adjourned at 4 ;28 till
10 o'clock Monday morning.
SPLENDID Is the Ice
Cream Soda at the
lee Cieam Parlors.
TTAUT & CO., of tho Elite Ice Cream
o-i. rariors, wlli to inform the gen
eral public, that they have their "Own
Candy Factory" aud employ a First
class American Candy Maker, too. We
are now better prepared thau ever before
to offer the public a superior qnnllty of
Choice French 'Cream Candies and
Homemade Chocolate Creams of finest
flavors in any variety.
Tallies, Chewing Molasses, Pepper
mints, Homemade and Plain Candies of
all kinds a specialty.
Wc positively do not sell any im
ported Chocolato Creams or anv other
Cream Candic3, a3 we have all facilities
for ilrst-class homo manufacture.
Our Celebrated Elite Ice Cream,
Cakes and Pastries aro superior, as wc
employ only first-class workmen. Givo
ih u trial.
IIAItT & CO.,
Of the Elite Ice Cream Candv Fac
tory, at the Elilo UullilliiL'.'Kn. sr,
Hotel street. 027 lw
HENRY 1HL STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tliororoi.lclo story of HUnlcy'n rrccr.t tlirillln
ulrculurcs anil t!io liuliMuro at hU Imiwiunt
UUcorer.cjwlllapptar (or ha Brst lime in tha
o,k wtitt-u liy hlni-U, untitled "In Daila.L
M'"h "'. not " dwoiteil by any ot tlio to
called "Rtaiilcr boots" now l ir.K giiotJ as "Ben.
uliie and aullitiiUo. To no ouo of tlm liai
Stanley contributed nitric
Tlicrel a no qucAtlou about tli'i stili-mont boinir
cnrreetlnvrtry particular. Wopunuitoo It. and
will plo inrtlculan on aiillcallun.
OAIITIDM '' "r,,ir "ot lo inMeJ.
UHU I IU IV thit tbo ImwV lara thu liu.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And Out tlio cuniuliiia-iit cuiTWftuiwtltlcAtu
tit btfinry from uh.
A. L BANCROFT &C0:
132 POST STREET,
fieneral Agents for tlio Pncifio Coast.
J. W. Chamber. in.
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
that I will
xri not pay debts contracted
name without my written older.
w. o. AOiir.
Honolulu, July 7, 1S90. f.'.i8 lm
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not lie icenonslblu fur any bills
contracted In their name without a
wiltten order signed either by I). .
1'etcrson or.l.M. Oat.
II. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, duly ll, IS:)!), i;n:i im
A LL persons arc unbidden to tres
pass or to allow cattle on tho
Plantation and Rico Mill ol Kaahiea,
ICoolau, All parties found 011 the lands
after 8 o'clock at night will bo pne
euted to the full extent of the law.
BIN'O HOP WAI CO ,
025 2w Per Lung Chung AVa.
THE BEST PAPER to miuscrlbo
lor 1b tho "Dally Ilullctln." 00
cea'ii per uiouUi
Dr. Joftoph Hans'
Hog & Poultry Remedy!
Tho Only Scientific Swine Remedy.
It cots to fed lTa.v HeineJy, as u
picvcntlvoand arrester of deseaje, from
60 cents to SI per hog during Its life
time. CQTTor sale with Instructions for no
HENRY DAVIS tS. CO.,
2'52 'Jvv M Fort street.
sale at all leading groeo-
a. F. Agents. I2t
-ion sai.k nv-
GulvaiiizciL & Black
rem sau: nv
email Beers, viz:
iioiHaiin, aato.. :reto.
HAVANA CIGARS !
ion sale nv
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
J. E. BROWNE CO.,
0U Oipltol Euildingi, Merchant St.
AGF.NTS for 1'aciile Coast Supplv
Association, Alexander fc Co.M
Iluhbcr Stamps, Adiustablo Mosouito
Screens, to lit
any window; l'ltt A;
Itoute, across America
ami to Aoies;
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, Ooneral Uercbanillne,
F.wa Plantation, : Honolulu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Government,
road can secure accommodations ami
board. Charges reasonable. C02 lm
"Rnliliev Stamp Agency!
OllDERS for Rubber Stamps of ovcry
description taken. To bo delivered
by return steamer from San Francisco.
Complete Illustrated catalogue at our
olllce. Prices reasonable.
0-5 lw Merchant street.
for cattle at 91.SC;
or 1 bac. L emit.
XV. 100 pounds
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCiilluii',
ot Kaploluul Park, at hours of l'J noon
or 5 v, m., or by Mutual Telephone No,
31. 022 1m
BY a Young Man a situation as gar
dener and also to atteud horses
and drive, and make himself geuerally
useful. Address "P. O. Hoi 47B'
I Honolulu, H