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T II IS
MONDAY, AUGUST 11, Win.
oSo railway &lmd coTs
'i'o Tnlic VMuit .luly If). 16J!0.
A. M. r. .M.
Luavo Hunolulu 8:43 1:15
Arrive llonodlutl tiV.o.'i :i:05
Leave Honauliuli 10:3."i :t:!l.r
Arrive llonolui.i It. -BO -1:55
BUtno Mtuy Wbl.x-huan, 17 days fiom
Stint LiUdiko from Maul
.Stmr Mil.nhid.i fiom ICulMl
SI m r Kuala ft out Kan.it
Stmr. I A Cummin i liom Koolmi
Ilk Wciionn. 67 day fiom Ncwctu-tlo
Slim jilnkolU for Molokal nt 1 1 in
Si'hr Mm v for Uanalei
Sebr Kit Moi for Kohohklo
vcssti-s ieaviim TC-rv.onnow.
Stmr W G Hall for Hawaii ami Maul at
10 a in
Stmr Hawaii for Huinakua ami Ullo at
10 it nt
Stmr haala for Walalna, Waliinac anil
l.ala at 'J a m
Htmr Mlkuh.ihi lor Kauni at 5 l in
fatinr LiUeliUe for Muni at 5 p m
Htmr Walalcale for Kauai at 4 p in
IlkinrrGeo C Peikins llebeil ICicbs,
for Poit Townsi-nd
Am bk Ophir for ban l-'iancUoo
"Fiom Maul, per stmr Llkellkc. Aug
HI V (J Wilder, A Wilder. Mailer
Wildt-r, "W'm 0 Irwin, M I.ouKson, O X
Arnold, Muster hltney, Miss Whitney,
Mis Toibeit, Mis E Toiburt, J W
Buigstioiu. Mls Jessie MeGowan, Bro
Martin, Bro Mieblol, Bio Joseph, Bio
Ch.il led, ( liln Slug, r. Ake, Miss Minnie
Ake, and 4r. deck.
Prom Kniini, per stmr Mikahal.i, Aug
10 Judge Bickci ton, I'M Hatcb, Hon
Paul Neumann, MUs Neiiinnnn, Miss
Whitney, CCidgbton, G IC Wilder, J
Biuliell. fl'is Itlce, Cape J Ross, E M
Walsh, J Wateihouc, W Wateihoine,
U Wutei house, O scholtz, J W Jones, O
II Isukui, Ako, 2 Chinese and 47 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Likelike-2733 bags sugar, 20,813
leet lumber, IC hogs 21 hides, GO
bags potatoes, 100 pkgs suiidiies.
Stmr Mikahula -1177 bags sugar, 213
bags lice, 142 sheep, 3 bulls and 70
Stmr Kuala 82!) bags sug.ir.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
11 B M S Acoin, Pollard, from a cruise
U S SXlpslc. McOinley, fiom Ililo
Gei-bk Adouis, C Binne, fiom Bit men
S S Claudlne, W M Dudd, from Glas
gow Am bit Alden Eese, Fills, from San
Bktue S G Wilder fiom San Francisco
(JO Whitmoie, Waul, fiom Pott Blakoly
BktnDMaryWIiil.elm.nl, a ;sibSoii,iioin
Ilk Wenona, C Thow. from Newcastle
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M B Nvmpli fiom Biitish Columbia
1LB M Flngfclnp Wai&plte from Biltiish
Br ship Blougllcld sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr IS, duo Aug 21
Ger hk Faust, fiom New Yoik via Bia-
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco duo Aug 1
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bicker from Loudon, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 25
Brbk Geivau fiom Livcipool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
TeinWS Bowne, Blnlim, from San
Francteo duo atMaliukonu .Inly 19
S S Fairallon from San Diego title Sep
S S Zealaiulia, from San Francisco due
S S Alameda from the Colonies en louto
to San Fianclsco due Aug 22
SB Australia from San Fianelsco en
route to the Colonies due Aug 30
Tho three-masted schooner Vesta,
Capt A Frlilbeig, sailed Aug Dili for
PottTownsend in ballast.
The barkentine Ii mgaid, Capt II Man
son, took to San Francisco 18,003 bags
fcugai last Saturday, Aug Dili, shipped
itslollows: Castle & Cooke, 2312 bags
su"iir; 0 Biewer & Co, 7121 bags sugar;
Tlieo 11 Davles & C, r.501 bags sugar;
F A Schaefer & Co, 3C30 bags sugar.
Tonnage, 1129 tons; domestic value,
The batkeiitinc Geo C Perkins, Capt
Heibert Krebs, has llnislied dltcharnlug
her cargo of lumber, falie v,l pioba
bly sail to-moriow for Port Towuseiul
The bail: Ophir will sail for San
Tranclsco to-inoiiow with Migar.
The baikeutluo Maiy Wlnkelman,
Captain 11 Nlsson, arrived last .Satin day
afiemoon from Poit Gamble with (ici),
00U feet lumber and 3 spars. She made
a quick passage of 17 days, rino
weather all thu way.
The bail; Wcnona, Capt C Thow, ar
ilved early Sumlay inoinhig, 57 days
fi oin Newcastle. She biouglit lor this
port 715 tons of coal.
CKEIGHTON August 10, to the wlfo
of 0. Cielghtoii, a daughter.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert nt Emma Squat o
this cveniug at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following piogramnio;
Mai eh Gypsy Baron ., ,.,... .Strauss
Overture Italian In Alglcr Kosslnl
Finale Bl oiiiic Petrdla
llemlnlsecnccs of Balfo. ....... Godfrey
Paluiua, Pill Aouo, Malaiim.
Medley Trip to Coney Island.. .Tobaul
Miuuika In Camp Milliliter
Gavotte Fhst Heart Thiobs.EIIenbeig
Waliz-Seven Fools Mllloeker
LOCAL & GEKERAL HEWS.
A liofan on tho Plains in wanted,
A KKWAiii) !b oiroietl for two si ray eel
A nr.WAUti is oll-itd fur a lost
irtond breast pin.
A r.nwwr.B is nfl'nrod for tin- relttin
of n valuable do,: to Mr. .(. F.
lilt. J, i Moignn will hold on un
derwriter's sale Thursday, which U
Wm. Siininons cautions tho public
ngainot a person trying lo init-o
niunoy on Simmons' ineny-go-ionnd.
Mu. U. it. darter will liaiiMiclbusi
luva for Mi. VI. 0. Howe during the
hitter's absence fiom tho kingdom.
Tm: opinion in San liancitco
about the scaled ordurs was thai Ilio
Oliiuioston was to go to (Jential Aut
oiica. A MRi:u.sa of tbo slocklm'dors of
Wililer's Steiiinship Co., Lil will be
held to-nioirow, Aug. 12th, at '.
o'cloi k a in., til tlinr otrico.
Tin: fouinau of Oliinu Kni'ino do.
ofl'oiB a leward of $20 for liifoimation
to convict thu pt'irou who cut the
ling lopt- of tho ungino house.
Tits iminv.il meeting of tho sltnk
holdeis ot tliolvahului liailioail Com
pany U'd ) is announced for 9 o'clock
a. ni. next Wcdncrd.iy, in their ollice
Tin: Judiciary Commiiteo of Hie
I.es;iliituio call for claims against
I1.VK. II. Likelike'-, funeral, lu bo
pit'hented at tho meeting Wednesday
moi ning at S :30.
OrricEii Beynoltls of the Bo.ud of
Health this nioiuing seied three
bands of spoiled beet, belonging to
a Chinaman at tho litli market, and
oidercd it sent to tlio boiling house.
EVES3TS THIS EVEKIHG.
IIainionvLodo, I. O. O. F
Ilaiul concert at ICnima Square,
at 7: SO.
THE OHESS TGURHEY.
The following chess games will be
played to-night by members of
Class B :
Ilubash vs. Hutchinson.
Logan vs. Brown.
Brasch vs. Thrum.
Slahone3' vs. Sims.
Beals vs. Marsdcn.
Tuesday Class A will euiitost ihe
following games :
Golderibcrg vs. Eldredge.
Gear vs. Alexander.
White vs. Walker.
Wright vs. Kimball.
Bcroiti: M'ctn.i.y, j.
Satuhday, Aug. 0.
C. B. Kanakanui vs. Manini et
al. Trespass. Appeal from Dis
trict Couit of Ewa. Hoard and de
cision reserved. J. Al. Kaneakua
for plaintiff, Cecil Brown for de
fendant. nr.Fonr. DOr.E, j.
Su Wai vs. J. II. Soper, Marshal.
As of July Term, 1890. Trespass.
Plaintiff's motion to set aside judg
ment of August 1, 18D0, of nonsuit.
Heai d and decision reserved. C. L.
Caiter for plaintiff, C. W. Asliford
iu:foke ihckkrtox, J.
Monday, Aug. 11.
In ru estate of Kickieinanualoa
Kanoa (k) of Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased ; petition of Ilawane the
widow for issuance of letters of ad
ministration and for letters of guard
ianship. Ordered that J. W. Mc
Donald be appointed administrator
of the estate and guardian of the
minor children under 100 bond.
W. O. Smith for petitioner, J. W.
McDonald for Ilawane the widow.
iscfori: M CUI.I.Y, .1.
In re guardianship of J.
unison, minor. Fourth
of guardianship. Oiilerod
account that ac-
count be approved and master's re
port thereon confirmed. Receipts,
S19.5C5.C1, Payments, S19,C10.:i9,
balanco due guardian, 874.78. MV.
A. Whiting for guardian.
PREFERS OPEN CAR.
Gun ok liuLLivux:
1 am one of those who believe in
the Oahu Eailway, and admire the
persovciing energy of tho man who
has made it a fact. I am one of
those, too, who show appreciation
by patronage, whenever convenient.
After this little pieface, I would
through your columns respectfully
suggest to tho management that on
Sundays, when tho weather is fine,
an open car lie attached to the others,
at first or second class fare. I for
one would prefer, in ngreeablo
weather, to pay thu highest fare for
the open car; ami 1 have heard,
others, ladies as well as gentlemen,
say the same.
A Fnr.QUT.Kr I'assknoku.
A serious condition on the borders
of Kansas is reported, growing out
of the bringing of cattle which aro
declared to be suffering from infect
ious diseases into the State. Secret
organizations have been formed and
four stockmen have been killed so
far. There is a veritable reign of
assassination, some of tho deaths
being of a ciuel, bloodthirsty character.
DAILY IUJJJ-iICTJW; UO.KOUm.li, u. i.,
f HE LEGISLATURE,
Momvr, Aug. 11.
The Tlouec opened ut 10 o'clock
with pmyer by Kcv, .1. Wtiiatnuu,
Clmplniti. Minutes wire reid by
Sectetaiy Cho3. Wilcox and Inter
preter V. L. Wilcox.
Hep. Lucas preseuled a petition
from T. A. Lloyd, for S50 salary
iltie him as roailsupcnuor of lvotia,
Oahu, for Apiif, 1889. Minister of
Rep. Kntiealii from Wnialua.llint
the present Constitution lin abolish
ed. Judiciary committee. That
a law be pa-ed authoiizlng a con
stitutional convention. L-iid on
table to await bill.
Hop. KaiiMi from liana, that the
law pioviding foi asscsors-in-cliiel
he repealed. Laid on table to be
considered with bill. From Hie
same place, that the clergy of every
denomination be allowed lo give
f-eliool ehildien Instruction in school
bouts mil lo exceed an hour a day.
Education committee. t Fiom tho
witne place, lli.it Kipali'ulu, Kaupo,
null Kahikinui be made :i judicial
distuct. Judiciary committee.
Noble Piux from Kahiupapa, tlil
Mr. Durand be appointed resident
superintendent of the lepei boltlo
ment. Sanitary committee.
lil'.I'OUTS 01' COMMIT! 1.L3.
Hop. ICalua presented the niajoi
ity report of the judiciary committee
on Rep. Cu minings' bill to provide
for the annulment of Ihe marriage
contract when one of the paities Iias
taken Chinese lepiosy. They re
commend that the bill pas9. The
minority A. Rosa and Jos. Nrwahi
find that the judicial authority is
sullleient for the purpose, aim re
commend that the bill be rejected.
Both lepoits laid on Ihe table to bo
eonsideied with the hill.
The same committee by majority
repoited on Noble C'ornw ell's bill
for quieting titles, etc., lccomme-nd-ing
the bill pass.
Jicp. Biown moved the repott be
adopted. The bill would enable a
person lo make application to a
judge for adjudicating on a title
withont waiting foi an ejectment
suit and jury trial. It would save
expenses. A similar law was in ex
istence in most of tho States of the
Itop. Nawahi moved it. be laid on
the table to await the minoiity ic
Rep. Cuinmings presented the ic
port ol the public lands committee,
on petition that growths on Govern
ment lands be free to the people.
They leeominend that the prayer be
' Laid on the table, on motion of
The same commiiteo repoited on
resolution to have flumes at Kalihi
valley repaired, recommending that
the amount be paid out of the ap
propriation for repairs in Honolulu.
Laid on the table.
Noble Mullcr presented the loport
of the commerce committee on the
bill to repeal the law relating to the
shipping of Hawaiian seamen. They
had prepared a new bill, which they
recommend shall pass to cngtoss
mcut. Accepted, to be considered with
Rep. Cummings presented the re
port of the public lauds committee,
on petitions for the extension of the
road from Smith's bridge lo Liliha
street, for a street from Liliha stieot
to Nuuanu street, and for the exten
sion of Liliha street. They recom
mend that the works be constructed
by the Minister of the Interior out
of the general fund for roads and
bridges, Oahu. Laid on the table.
Rep. Rosa presented the repoit
of the comtnitteee on enrollment, on
tho bill to provide for a bureau of
education of Hawaiian youths
abroad. The' had harmonized the
different versions, and recommend
ed that the bill take its course.
Noble Widemann presented the
report of the special committee on a
resolution to have all sources of wa
ter supply investigated. They re
commend that 8G000 be appropriat
ed for the purpose, and that the
Minister of the Interior employ a
competent man, as soon us one can
be got, to supervise the woik.
Minister Brown presented an an
swer to the icsoltilion of Noblo
Widemann, for a return of liquors
exported on whaling and trading
vessels. The quantity was 770 1-15
gallons, divided among '2G vessels,
and shipped by F. Brown, F. A.
Schucfer & Co., W. S. Luco, G. W.
Macfariano & Co., II. ITackfeld &
Co., and W C. Peacock & Co.
Laid on the table for information
Noblo Crabbo lead a first time
by title a bill to amend Sec. 50,
Civil Code, in regard lo-tlie whole
sale business. Also, a bill to regu
late the introduction of labor tor
Rep. Nawahi read a first time by
titlo a bill to amend Sec. Si, Chap.
07, Laws of 1888, relating to spirit
uous liquors. Also, a bill to pro
vide a permanent settlement for
Noble Rtirchardt road a first time
by title a bill to amend Sec, 'i,
Chap. 45, Laws of 1881, relating to
Rep, Ilalstcad read a first time by
title a bill to amend Sccci, 12 and lit,
Chap. 33, Law 3 ot 183?, relating j
to pounds, cstrays, and maiks.
Rep. Marques gave notice of a J
bill to abolish the olhcn of assoisor-in-cliief.
Rep. H. W. Wilco:; prcsenlf-d a
question to the Minister of Finn tier,
its to llio quantity of ri'Ies, email
ami's, etc., impmlud from Jan. 1,
1S87, to .Tan. 1, 18f)tf, ai.d to whom
the articles belong. f
Rep. Bush gave notice df a lRI lo
amend the laws l elating to Crown
Rep. Kahookano presented a re
solution for SC lo lotund taxes to a
certain person. Refened to Minis
ter of Finance.
Noble Philtijis gave notice of bills
to amend Ai tides 17 and 59 of
the Constitution, lo amend the na
turalization law, and to amend the
law relating lo Chinese immigration.
Rep. Waipilllani presented a ques
tion to the Minister of Finance, if
I ho Board of Health had ome time
since paid the passnge of' a Govern
ment physician lo the country, who
is the physician, and what relation
is he to any nicmbei of the Board
Rep. White gae nnlioe of a bill
to repeal the law providing for toad
boards, and lo re-enact the laws ic
penlcd by that law. ,
Noble Widcmatin gave notice of a
bill to amend the election law.
Oltltr.U 01' THE DAY.
MM... TTnllnn ....- ,.l ..rt.l .foul t.4n
committee of the whole. Rep. Ealtoo-
kano in the chair, for the considcta
tinn of the Appropriation Bill.
Bureau of Public Instruction, con
tinued. Suppoit of English, Hawaiian,
and Common schools, SI 70,000.
Minister Brown renewed Ids mo
tion of llio previous sitting, lo make
Minister Cummin renewed his
motion for 8200,000.
Rep. R. W, Wilcox moved it pass
at 8180,000 for the purpose in the
bill, and $20,000 for aid to indepen
Rep. Kalua believed in appropri
ating plenty money for education,
also for the health of the people.
When he was school agent lie i e
coniinendcd the removal of certain
teachers, but. the Board paid no at
tention to his communication, lie
was glad now to sec tiiat a better
class of teachers was being employ
ed, lie moved to recommend that
the item be referred to a select com
mittee. Noble Horner had been in hopes
that tho motion of the Minister of
Finance for S190,000 would have
passed without discussion. It was
an impoitant item and ought not to
be trifled with, or the money might
be divcited fiom its legitimate ob
ject. The object of the item was
the support of Government schools,
and it should not be divided among
religious or ii religious schools.
Children weic to lie taught good
morals in the Government schools,
that is, they were not lo lie, steal,
murder, or take the name of God
in vain. They were not to be in
structed that John Wesley or Mar
tin Luther were or were not heretics,
that-Joe Smith was or was not a
false prophet, or that the Pope is
fallible or infallible. They were to
be taught facts, such as that two
and two make four. They wete to
be enabled to grow up as compa
nions without enmity toward eac'li
other on the ground of religious
differences. Government schools
united the people, leligious schools
divided them. Religious wars were
the most cruel in history.
Noble Muller called the speaker
to order, saying religion was not bo
fore the committee.
Noble Horner claimed that tho re
ligious question was imported into
the discussion by the amendments
olfered to devote a portion of the
item to religious schools. Ho con
cluded by arguing that the common
schools promoted harmony among
Rep. White spoke of the discrim
ination against Hawaiian teachers.
German teachers had an English
accent as poor as Hawaiians, but
they were paid higher salaries be
cause their skins wcie white. He
was ashamed the other day to hear
a member born in the country Re
peating the arguments of the Board
of Education in favor of such dis
crimination. Injustice was fartheT
done Hawaiian teachers by making
their salaries monthly, so that their
pay stopped in vacations, while that
of foreign teachers went on because
they were hired by the year. This
was the time to deal with the mat
ter, ns the Board would not listen to
complaints after the Legislature was
prorogued. The matter should go
toa select committee. II tho com
mittee of the wholo did not agree to
this, ho would be one to 'occupy the
wholo day with the discussion.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
Dining acalion at Kamehameha
School, a new and onlaiged work
bhop has heon built. A 20-hoiso-powor
ongino and a 2!Mioibopowoi
boiler aio jiint being liuiblied at tho
Honolulu lion Woihe, and tho ma
chinery in the nhops hereafter will
bo run" by htcaiu power. Now ma
chinery U on llio way from tho
fitnteu which will probably bo tot up
and in i tinning oider when the term
begins September 1. Hawaiian boya
aio to bo congratulated on tho facili
ties ad'oided thoni at ICuniehiunuha
CPLENDID Is tho Ice
O Oieam tioda at tliw
Elite Ico Cie.uu Purloid.
AUt - H;Sl1 31, iossw.
i in iw.iiwni turn miMIMMi JV
rOUKTH J'MGIAL SIRSUIT.
Court opened nt 0 hv'tfi. Wednes
day, Aiipiwl olh. Pftwaitl, Mr. Jus
lice Diikeikm, prtSMtlilig; Oiifittit
Judge J. Hnrdyt
Depulv Al'ornoy.Goiier'fil Cieigli
Ion mid Oepi'y MiUhal Wihltr for
the Cn Wii.
ilon. i cummin, J M Hatch
ami fc. Ki K'ncu, attoriteyc,
Hawaiian .in.v onnntf.'.t. cases.
Tbo Kint' v. Ntiukun.-i, arrault
and bni ten. No appeur.ineo if de
fendant. Bail foi foiled.
Tho King vs. ICewahu, larceny 4lh
decree. Found guilty and sentenced
to 10 days' hititl labor and costs.
'llio King s Kapeua Likeko and
Mnlakielo, botso Blcaling. Found
guilty mid (enteneed to 2 years at
hard labor each and costs.
Kailianu et al. s. Lumai el nl.
Continued to Febiuarv tcim, 185)1.
A. Romi for plainlillt,; W. O. Smith
1 OliUOX JUIiV cnuttNAi, CASUS.
The King vs. llivcilu ICimtaio and
i.Fiu.ikniiu, porjuiy 2d degree. Found
guilty and each sentenced lo Im im
ptisoucd at bani labor for ono ye.u
with ciMs,. P. Neumann for defend
ants. The King vs. Ap.tu, idling liquor
without licciiM'. Nolle prosequi on
toted. Hatch for defendant.
'1 he King vs. Tun Wo, telling
liquor without licence. Found guilty
and aonti'iircd to a tine of .'-200 and
co-Is. tlatch for defendant.
The King vs. Sin ,Fok, assault
and battery on police oiliocr. Found
not guilty. Hutch for defendant.
Tho King vs. Rogata (.Top), luug
Inry. Pleads guilty. Sentenced to
2 j ears at hind labor.
T ho King .-. T.ini Haio, laiecny
2d dcgiee. Pleads guilty. Sentenced
to 1 year 0 months at html labor and
Tbo King vs. Lau Fung, unlawful
possession u opium. Found guilty.
Fined $200 and boiilonooil lo one
month at haul labor.' Kaeo for de
fendant. Tbo King vs. R. Goike, assault and
boltciy. No appearance. Bail for
feited. civn. CAPES.
C. Ileitdnittnii vit. Kil.ute.i Sugar
Oo, damages for 10,000. Continued
to next lei in. Neumann for plain
tiff; Hatch for defendants.
Jose do Avciio v. Manuel Silva,
icplcuu for ono horse. Judgment
for defendant. Kaeo for plaintiff;
Neumann for defendant.
A. IC. Mika, tax collector, vs. V.
Knudr-on, defendant's appeal fiom
Citcuit Judge. Appeal dismissed.
Deputy Altoincy-Gcncr.il for plain
tiff; Hatch for defendant.
The King s. Sui' Fook, escape.
Appeal from Circuit Judge. Appeal
dismissed. Hatch for defendant.
Tbteo divorce eases were heard;
two gt.tiited and one stiiekon out
front the calendar.
AJIKT5TING of the stockholders of
Wildei's Steamship Co., (L'd),
will be hehl at their oillec, on TUES
DAY, August ll'tli, at t) o'clock a. .ii.
S. B. KOSE,
Honolulu, Aug. 0, 1S00. CJ7 it
rg"UlE annual meeting of tho stock
JL holder.) of the Kahuliii K.ilhond
Co., (L'd), will bo held at their oillee,
in tills city, on AVKDNESDAY, Aug.
lath, at 'J o'clock A. si.
S. 15. ROSE,
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 1890. 023 2t
DIAMOND Hi east Pin. The finder
Mill ho reu.iulcd on icturnlns:
same to Clias. J. PNhd. CSrf at
rpWO Shetland Po
X nles, btiayed
fiom my piemises. A
reward will be paid on
their i etui n.
H. M. DAMON.
'' n "TJ17 anted Houo on Plalnb,
fi-jgff& ' not fir fiom tramway.,
ygBgM?. nuiPt have dining and hitting
looms, i bcdiooiiH, Mtcheti, bath and
aceoiiiinodation for cook. Ajiplv 'Ha
waii," Huuxtin Ollice. fi2S Ut
ASIl. O. If. CAUTKIt Mill tr.uiKict
ItX bu-'lni'f.s for me during my ab
sence fiom the Kingdom.
L. C. ItOYVK.
Honolulu, Aug. !), JB!0. 02Sat
A LL tho.o Mho hold claims for good5!
Xi. lunilf'liril for the fnucial of H.H.
11. Pilupcts LIKellku will please present
them at the meeting of iho .ludleiary
Commllti'e, in the Legislated Hall, on
Vi:i)NLSDAV, August Kl, at thliO
o'clock A. M.
ALLpcigousiuo cautioned ngainst a
peisoii who Is tiyhig to ralu
money on tliu fnl?u preteiiRti that hu is
p.ut owner of a Meiry-go-Kound that l
am building ami ot which 1 am bole
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 18U0. 023 It
. A l'OUK inoiilhs old
P A bettei iVshheepSlut,
Wlllll!, (llfllUtl ll. !JI(MI
on link, with brown face
is and c.ir.i, ami aiiswernto
llio name of "Znu." Any person re
turning eaino to J. P. lJowierwIH be
rewarded. 0JS tf
Absolutely Perfeci I
SAFE! BRILLIANT! SWEET!
I'tfeet Illuminating Oil in any
Lamp. lilted fiom New
PACIFIC HAIMSE CO.,
C27 Fort stiect. IGt
TART ,fc CO., of the Elite Ice Cicnm
X Parlors, wish to inform the. "en-
cial public, that they have their "Own
U.mtly Factory" and employ a Fir.st-ela-s
Atnetican Csimly Mutter, too. We
ai o now better pi cpai'cl than ever befoie
lo offer the public a superior quality of
Choice French Cream Canities anil
Homemade Chocolate Cicams of finest
llavois lu any vaiiety.
Tallies Chewing Mobiles. Pepper
mints Homemade and Plain Cauuics of
till kinds a "specialty.
Wo positively ilo not oll any un
polled hoeolate Cieants or any other
Cieam Canilie", as we have all facilities
foi lbst-cla home manufacture.
Out Celebrated Lllto lee Cream,
Cakes and P.istiies ato Miperlor, as we
employ only llrst-elass woi kmeii. Che
us a tiial.
HART & CO.,
Of the r.lltc Ice Cieam & Candv Fac
tory, at the Elite lJulldlng,"No. 8o
Hotel Ftieet. 027 lw
IH . DARKEST AFRICA
Tho complclo slury of Btnlcy'sroccnt thrilling
ailventunj un l tho d!c!ua iro of bU ImnorUat
UiMovoiln trill ntincar for tho first tlnio in tho
ttorlc wrltttu by hlimclf, cntltUd "III IJnrlcst
Afrl-a. 1) i not bo ilccrttcit liy any of tho o
cllli'il ' Staulcj lioolts" now belnu oltircd as "ccn
tilno" anil "authentic" To no ono of thefo has
1 hrrel b n o quiatlon aliout th'a stttcnvnt liolni
nrrcctin ctfry nirtlcular Wo Ruarautoo It, and
will i-li o mrtlrularj on anlicatlon.
C'3IT!fTlW ' orOir not to lo mlloJ,iioo
mil I iUlt tuat tho uooi KaiB tho Ira.
CIIAFSLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
Ami that tho ciuras&lns nzt-nt carrica a cortlllcato
of ajuicy roin us ,
A. L. BANCROFT & CO:
132 POST STREET,
Genera! Agents for tho Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlm,
Sole Agcut for Hawaiian Kingdom.
iv. r. 'T'O rent or lease a Cottage
.ftpSa JL with about four rooms;
ej&sQ3& about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on King or Hcrct.iuia stieets, to
il aids the Plains preferred. Addtcsa
"L. ite C," this ollice. 022 tf
j-tU ft A COTTAGL on Vineyard
lptsg ii. stiect, recently occu-E-SiS?
I'ied by Mr. A. Johnston.
None but a person desirous of becom
ing a pciimtucnt teirint need apply.
Apply to j;. a. ulunha.
-. A NI0ULY Kiiinlhlied
t$S$vA JV Kiont Itooin at No.
sgg?fo-. Adams Lane. r,21 lw
"3t i TO buy a Piece of Land,
&2gX X vtitli or without bulld-
fcSifi '"n13 01" improvements, horn 1
to 5 acics in area, wllhln a half, to mile
and a quarter off the Post Ollice. Ail
dies "X Y Z," P.m.i.iiTi.N Oflleo.
CWK.A A HOUSB with 7 rooms
fZ&fe&J.. and bath, on the cor
i&S&til nor of lteietauia and Peni-a-cola
btrct'ts. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this ollice. 581 tf
T YAAiO Stables at piescnt
ifTi-i .VW - - .fVVl'". J ..............
ui'-pm J iwiMiiilml tw I In vvfillim
Frfflirv1" 'irinmier uo., peiint
an 'j.?k -.a -
glvmi August 1st. Apply to
008 tf .f. h. WALKCK.
WANTED at ONQE I
l A COTTAGK within two
Qt r nt tliiiu. lilnnla frnni
.i't-jr?AJa the corner of Fort and Hotel
hlieets. suitable for tluee gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addie-js ''I. O. IJox
No. 207." 000 tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIK Hcltloneo of Mrs. A.
i Long, in Pauoa Valley.
01 King St., over J. Nott's stoic.
NEW Ladies' or Chil
dren's Cait with
a- Harness, fort-mall home,
at ii leitbau.tblo pilcii. Apply to
IV 31. IVl'.l.ll.M.
Dp, Joseph Unas'
Hog & Poiillry Remedy I
Tii3 Only ScionliQv Swino Remedy.
It cots to feed Haas' TJeinedy, as a
preventive and atresterof deacae, from
fit) cents to SI per hog during its life
time. CSTPor sale with liistuictlons lor ue
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
020 2tv 52 Fort street.
sale at all leading groce-
MITCIIELL. & PETERSON,
010 S. F. Agents. 12t
-ron sale nr-
Galvanizeil & Black
FOIt SALE BY
erman Beers, viz:
3 ti-uiiliutiH "Viioxv;ljurK.
XIoIhulIu, late.. i:tj.
HAVANA CIGARS !
ron sale uv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Old Capitol Buildings, Merchant Et.
AGENTS for Pacific Coast Supply
Association, Alexander & Co.'s
Hubber Stamps, Adjustable Mosquito
Scicens, to lit any window; Pitt 4c
Scott's PareelB Express, llurllngton
Home, across America and to Azoics;
Etc, Etc. 024 lw
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, Central Uerchandlie.
Ewa Plantation, : Honolulu, Ewn
Travelers by train or Government
road can securo accommodations iiiut
board. Charges leasouablc. 002 1m
Rubber Stamp Agency I
OltDEItS for Kubbcr Stamps of every
description taken. To be delivered
by return steamer from San Franolsco.
Completo illustrated catalogue at our
ollice. Prlees reasonable.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
025 lw Mci chant street.
KEAWI Deans Tor cattlo at 91.23;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 25 ceuU.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCiillum
at Kaplolaul Park, at hours of 12 noun
or 5 r. 3i., or by Mutual Telephones No.
01. 022 lm
BY a Young Man a situation as gar
dcuer and also to attend horses
and drive, and make himself generally
useful. Addiess "P. O, Bos 470,'
Honolulu, 11. 1. 020 2l
Just the Thing forBrcakfast
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