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T U TO
MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY &LilHDC0.'S
I'd Tunc MiTVel .luly l. IhflO.
A. M. I', m.
luauo iuio!uiu 8:lii 1 :-4T
Arrlva lloiiouliull 10:11.1 :t:0."
Lobvo Hor.o'Jlitill III:;!". ::::.
fcrr.vc Honolulu ll-.fiii -I:."..'.
Hk W B Uodfiev, H D.ihcl, 12 dujs
from San Fiani'lseo
Ilk lluivcMcr. 11 II Lew is. Mil days from
Stmr 0 It 111-liop rrinn circuit of Otilm
Stint' l.ikellko from Maul
Stuir Mlkuliuln from Kntuii
Mini .las Mil I; en ft mil Kiiiuil
Sciir tCulatnuiiu fiom Kauai
HchrLuka from Kauai
Ktinr jtfokolli tor MnloUni at "i t m
Scln- iVni Wnhiuc for l'aailllo
UktneSO Wilder, T II niiluths.
J-tnir J A Cnuuniils for Waimanulo
VESSELS lEAVIHG TG-HSDMtOW.
"1 Stint- I.lkolike for Mum! at n in
iT-'&n -.Snnr Mlknlialu for Kauai at !i n in
Snnr Vialalenle. for Xuwllhvlli, liaiin
maiilii. Ivllauca nnd llattiilcl, Kauai,
at 5 p in
i-:l mr .la1; Makoo for Knpna nt 1 p in
"CAIiGOES" FHOM ISLAND PORTS"."
; Ii'uiihala 'JIS'J linps snrar. 25-J hags
rice, 1-1 Ki-ccn liUlc. 2H) hsjs paddy,
ami .10 bn; pi.i.
l J.ukn 1800 lingo suar.
IMi-linp 1M4 hags piulily.
I.ikellkc- T.S Imps nifiar. !I0 bap pol:i
!oi'. 21 ltfjs loiii.oI hhles 4 liorpcs,
llOh-hecp, 101 iikgs smidilcw.
FOREItiH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II IJ M FhiKFliIp Warsidto from llrlllbh
Br ship Jlletigllcltl .sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr IS, due Aug 21
Oer lik ITaust, from Xew Yoik via ilra-
Am lk Albert, Winding, from S.in
Frnticibco duo Aug 4
Br hk Itlrker from London, sailed Apr
lo, due Aug 2.1
Jlr hk Gii van from riveipool, sailed
Inly 10, due Nov lii-:i()
,S S Far'.illon from San Diego duo Sep
ti S Aii-tralia, from San Fiauui'co due
H S Alameda from the Colonies en ionic
to Sun FranelM'o due Aug 22
Am bk Martha llavis W A iViidlcton,
from Boston, sailed A pi 11 2,r, due
Cier bk Paul Isenbci-";. V .T'Woltcii,
from Liverpool, f-aileh March S. due
Schr KnaloUai, Ficeth,fiomLuysoii W-
amis, diiu All'' 20-31.
S SZealandia. fiom San Francisco, due
Uktnc Discovery, from San Francisco,
due Sept 1-1 U,
Uktne W 11 Diniond, from San Fran
cisco, due Aug 20-2.1.
Uktnc Flanter. from San Fiancisco, due
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Acorn, Pollard, from a ciuisc
U S SXipsie, MeC-urley, fiom Ililo
Geruk Adonis, C Biane, from Bremen
tf S Claudine, W M Dodd, from Glas
gow BUtueMary Wlnkehnan, HXisson, from
lMs Wcnoua, C Tliow, from Newcastle
Tern Mary Dodge, J T Gallop, from
Uk W 15 Godfrey, 11 Dahel, from San
Ilk llaivcster, II Jl Lewi?, from Dcla
Fiom Maui per stmr Llkelike August
J7 OLBrito, S WKnal, W Coatee, O
V Baker and wife, Atom and wife, Bro
Young, NMonwar, Misses MeLaln (2),
Master Schracder, J T Aluli, wife. 2
children and seivnut, Y Dyer, Mrs.! G
Howie, Geo Boss, II Laws, Mrs Laws,
Chti On, Low Show, Tom Sing, Dr Geo
Herbert, G P Wilder, A Wilder, and til
From San Francisco, per bk W B
Godfrey, Aug 10-W Clayton.
From Kauai per stair Mlkabala, Aug
17 J Blaekwio and wife. Musters
AVatcrliousc (2), illes Ludcate, JMias
tcrliouse (.a;, aius j.iKijjuie, jiihs
iw, K Weight, MissICniid.son, Miss G
ivell, E (? Conunl, M B Perrclra,
stcrs Schmidt (2), Miss Schmidt, U
B Iloffgard, W V Loekwood, O W Wil
cox, IG Hagens, M G Correa and wife, S
Chinese and 25 deck.
For San Fruncbeo per bktno H O
Wilder, Aug IB K C I.edgwlck and
The harUentlne S G Wilder, Cnpt T
X Grifllths. sailed to-day for San Fran,
elsco with 10,82:1 bags sugar, weighing
1,1)91,231 pounds. Tlio fhippers weie:
(3 Biewer & Co, C,8.ri0 bags sugar! V A
Seliaefer&Co,:i'J71bag6; T 11 Davles
& Co, 1054 bags; Castle A; Cooke, 1042
linps. Domestic value 8B5,40U.:)1.
Tlio hark W B Godfrey, Captain It
Dnbel, arrlyed Saturday afternoon, 12
days from Sail Francisco. She In ought
1 passenger and a full catgo of gonural
The haik Harvester, Cnpt II 11 Lewis,
arrived Sunday, 140 days lrom Dela
ware. She brought 007 tons of coal for
the American war vessels in port. She
is now alongside of the I' S S Nlpslc.
The stmr NV G Hall is due to-morrow
afternoon from Hawaii and Maui.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Sqttaro
tills evening at 7:80 o'clock, ren
dering the following progrnmmu:
Overture Sumlrainlde Itossiul
Fantasia Awakening of the Lion..
Selection Maritana Wallace
Mikiol. Pun Oh'ilu. Hlkl no mo A'u,
Medley Kchocs of the Night (new)
Gavotte Welcomo Kluw
Waltz Jubilant Fain bach
Polka Amagor Godfrey
IQOAL & QEHERAL KEWO.
ftlrnished ft out Htmn is
A ni!BT-ci.Art cook ndvotlbes for a
is wanted l',-:i young
A iir.wAM) isoH'cicd for the
cry of a Lilly's lost jacket.
Tiib Temple of Fashion lias u
advertisement in this bsue.
Mis. .In". l Aioigun will cell nunc
and colls lioxl 'J hui'Mhiy, nl. noun, nl
mar of lion. ,f. 1, Dov.'m'U'h oll'ioo,
Quet ii sticot.
Is n qtiurlnr-milo dash, til ICitpin
luni nice linek, Sutiudny afternoon,
Willie lleekley's filly heat J. Wright's
mure liy about six lengths.
'I'm: exhibition of inclines nl the
Pacific lliudwnio Co.'s stoic, on
Siilunhiy night, attracted many
viniti-iH. Mr. D. HowimiI llilchcnek's
paintingf. weie Hindi admired nnd
F.VEMS THIS EVEH1H0.
Harmony I.ndgo, I. O. O. F.
al Emma Srjuaro,
Chess Tourney, .'law 11, al 7
MAUI H0TF.S km COMMENTS.
Ciiangint; tlio Post Olllec at Ka
luilni from Ylldcr & Co.'s olllco to
tlic CiiBtoui House and appointing
tlio Collector of Customs Portmas
tcr, seems to meet with very icu
cral approval. Upon lite arrival
and dupaiturc of .sleamct s carrying
tlio mail Hie worlc in Wilder & Co.'s
ollico in eonncctidii with tlietn is
qtifdi Unit but a comparatively slim t.
time could lie devoted to the mails,
and consequently the tmsiiie&s of
assorting and distiiliuting, was
rushed through with and got out of
lliu way as soon as possible. The
present incumbent has ample tune
nnd will no doubt make the service
There arc other districts in the
country that need looking after,
and the attention of the P. M. G. i3
respectively called to the matter.
Complaint-H are ficquent of the
miseuriiage of letters, and many
never reacii their destination at all.
Tf letters arc put into n mail bag
and the bag locked, how they can
be lost in only going; seven miles is
incomprehensible, but such is never
theless the ease. At other times
(and where there is a daily mail
service) letters arc sometimes three
and four days travelling the same
distance. This can and ought to be
remedied. The country people pay
their prorata oi the expenses of the
mail service, and they should have
their mails as carefully and faith
fully handled as is possible, with
the money at the disposal of the P.
M. G. for that purpose. Very few
country postmasters receive a salary
at all commensurate with the
amount of worlc required of them,
especially in the money order of
fices. It is absurd to think a busi
ness man is going to devote his time
to the business of a post olllce for
fifteen dollars a month, and that is
the pay of some postmasters who
have a large money order business,
and consequently assume heavy
risks. It would be impossible to
obtain a man at these rates who has
no oilier business, as it would hard
ly pay olllce rent. Country store
keepers seek the position for the
sake of attracting trade to their
stores, and being exempt from jury
duty. Their consideration for the
accommodation of the public in re
gard to mails is usually secondary
and in some instances not thought
of at all.
The much vexed question of a
school at Spreekclsville is still being
agitated in the minds of many, and
the question is often asked, when
nre we going to have that school?
There are a largo number of chil
dren running wild there now who
aro too small to work, but arc of
school age. These children are
mostly Portuguese and their 'num
bers will bo largely augmented in
tho near future, as all the Portu
guese who are freo to choose for
themselves (I mean those not under
contract) prefer worKing there, lie-
cause they can put their children at
work in tlio cane fields without fear
of arrest and fine, as there arc no
schools within three or four miles of
tlio place. It has been very justly
remarked that a large number of
illiterates in any community is a
dangerous element, so let us have
tlio school and thus avoid this possi
ble danger. Besides it is only fair to
other parts of the island where
there arc largo plantations, (schools
having been established in tho im
mediate vinicity of all of them) as
it unquestionably deprives theso
plantations ot labor that would other
wise bo available,
Dry weather and high winds pre
vail, but planting is being vigorous
ly piiBlicd forward on all the plan
tations, The new organ for Maknwao
foreign church is now up and ready
for use, it is said by those who
know, to be a very superior instiu
ment. Mr. Wray Taylor from Ho
nolulu is expected in Maknwao on
tlio 21st when ho will jive an organ
recital, at which he will probably
bring out all the good qualities of
tho instrument. In connection witli
tho recital thciu will bo a sacred
concert, the proceeds from which
will go toward liquidating the small
balance of ,debl still duo on the
organ. ' Xeuxhs.
iMOVDAY, Au. IS.
The Homo met ut 10 o'clock,
Noble ,1. S. Walker, President, in
the chair, Opened with prayer by,
Hov. .1. Wahinmu, chaplain. Mm
notes read by .Secretary Clias. Wil
cox and Interpreter W. 1.. Wilcox,
Hop. Kahooknno presented a peti
tion from Kohala, with 111 signa
tures, praying thai the Legislature
do not pasM a law authorizing a con
stitutional convention. Laid on the
talde to be eonsideicd with bill.
Pep. Hush piescnted a petition
from Mukiki, Hint a road bo opened
lo Pound Top. Heferrcd to Minis
ter of the Iulutior.
Hen. II. W. Wilcox presented a
petition from Honolulu for a law
authorizing :i constitutional conven
tion. Noble .7. M. Horner presented a
petition fiom Honolulu in favor of
the railway bills bcfoielho House.
ltcp. Kiiliia piesenlcd two peti
tions ftom Knoimipoko in favor of
the two railway hills before the
uep. i umuiiugs prcsciiicii u peti
tion lrom Ihe Second Distiict, that
tho Government send to Japan for a
skilled doctor to cure leprosy,
ur.rouis or commit nxs.
Hop. Waipuilani presented a
majority report of select committee
on the 'bill relating to Ilawaiians
leaving the country. They find it
repeals the law allowing Ilawaiians
the liberly of leaving the kingdom,
and consider the bill unnecessary
and subversive of riglils of Ilawai
ians. Therefore they iccoininend
that the bill be indefinitely post
poned. Signed by J. II. Waipui
lani, V. Knudscn, II. A. Widemann.
The minority, D. W. Pua, recom
mends that the bill pass. Laid on
tabic to be consideied with the bill.
Pep. Hush presented the report of
the select committee to drall a re
ply to His Majesty's message, re
commending that the reply be signed
by the President.
' Noble J. M. Homer moved the
repoit be made the first older of the
Noble Widemann moved in amend
Pep. Piichaoic considered the re
ply as non-committal as could be
expected, and moved the report be
Noble Raldw in was of the same
opinion. There was 'no declaration
ot policy in the report.
Noble Horner withdrew his mo
tion. Noble Widemann withdrew his
amendment, having only made it in
deference to Noble Horner's idea.
Noble Mullor read a first time by
title his bill to provide for Police
Justices for all Districts of the Ha
Noble Phillips read a first time his
bill to amend Aiticle -17 of the Con
slilutionfso as to enable the Legis
lature lo deal with the Chinese
question. Pules suspended and bill
read a sccoud time by title.
Pep. Kalua moved the bill be re-
fered to a select committee to bo
called the constitutional amendment
Noble Widemann suggested a
committee of nine, and Noble Mars
den that it be composed of two
members from each island except
Moiokai one member.
Amendments accepted and motion
Noble Phillips read a first limo
his bill to amend Article 51) of tlio
Constitution, so as to make the qua
lification of voters for Nobles own
ership of real estoto of the value of
not less than lo00 or an annual
income of not less than SttOO. Read
a second time by title and referred
to foregoing committee.
Pep. Kalua read a first lime his
bill to provide for the manufacture
of opium, liquor, nnd tobacco. Head
a second time by title and referred
lo the opium committee.
Noble W. Y. Horner presented a
a resolution that, whereas tlio Gov
ernment spends a largo amount for
education and other public services,
and the hours of service of Govern
ment servants appear to bo short, a
special committee of live he appoint
ed lo look into the matter and re
port by bill or otherwise to this
House at an early day. Curried.
Noble Phillips gave notice of a
bill relating to jurors and their fees
on tho Island of Oaliu.
Pop. Apiki gave nolico of a bill
to amend Articles ill, 48 and Gil of
Pep. Waipuilani gavo notico of a
bill requiring that certain articles of
food and groceries bo imported into
the kingdom in their original stale
Pep. Waipuilani presented n ques
tion to the Minister of tlio Interior:
Whether the President of tlio Board
of Health somo time ago refused to
grant lo scholars attending St. Louis
Collego certificates of health.
onuKit oi' Tin', ruv.
Third reading of bill to provide
for a Policu Justice for the District
Minister Peterson moved the bill
lie referred lo a select committee. If
tho bill to mako all District Justices
Police Justices was going to bo pass
ed, there was no need to cumber tho
statuto book with fifteen or sixteen
i Pep, Kahookano differed from
the Auorncy.Generali That
wight not pass, m there were! dls
tiicla thai should not have Police
Justices. His Excellency in tlio de
bate on the bill changing tho term
of court from Wuimea lo Kohala had
referred to the largo amount of law
business arising in Hniunkua.
Pep. Ptieliaolc thought the bill
Noble Widemann was not opposed
lo Hie bill, but considered the point
of the Attorney-General well taken.
When the general bill camo up be
should support il, as lie. thought the
distinction between District and Po
lice Justices should he wiped nut.
Noble Mnrsden withdrew Ills mo
tion lo pass tile bill.
Hop. P. W. Wilcox Mtppoiled (lie
motion of the Attorney-General.
Minister Peterson said the i email:
of the linn, member for Kohala was
just tile reason why this lull should
go lo a select committee. Tlio com
mittee should investigate the claims
of diifercnt Districts lo having Po
lice Courts, l)ii t without investiga
tion they should have to pass all the
bills. It was n case of "you scratch
my back and I will scratch yours."
Pep. Waipuilani thought a select
committee would be ineouipiiletit to
pass on the respective claims of the
Districts. The bill of the linn. No
ble from Honolulu was not introduc
ed because its author believed ils
object was good, but because lie had
become lired of seeing ho many bills
introduced on the subject.
N'oble Baldwin was in favor of
this bill, but thought the idea of
reference to a select committee was
a good one. Many of llic bills had
only been inlioduced because one
District had secured the passage of
Noble Marsden thought a great
deal of time was being wasted, and
as this bill would not cumber the
statute book very much, he would
renew his motion lo pass the hill.
Noble McCarthy was opposed to
reference, and did not believe in the
wholesale bill. Let any representa
tive who thought his District should
have a Police Justice introduce a
bill and the House wouldgjudgc it
on the merits.
Referred to select commillee.
Third reading of bills to provide
for a Police Justice each for Kau,
for liana, and for Molokni. All re
ferred lo select connnitttce.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble McCarthy in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
THE KAMEHAMEHA CHAMPIONS.
Tim tlonoluliiH Wallop tin UhwmISh
Tlicrrlj Tylnc Thpiu for Krronct
A pretty fair concourse of people
assembled at the Makiki Recreation
Grounds last .Saturday afternoon, to
witness a postponed mntcli game of
baseball between the Ilonolulus and
Hawaiis. The game, although ex
citing from beginning to end, was
interspersed with some very poor
playing on both sides. It was well
contested, the fact of the game not
ending in the regulation number of
innings, attesting the eagerness of
tho respective teams in tiie fray to
win. Had Morris not made two
errors in tho tenth inning, there is
no saying who might have won. Had
the Hawaiis won the game llioy
would have lied the Kamehamelias
for the championship, but as it is
the Hawaiis arc oven with tlio Ilono
lulus for second place. They will
probably play it off next Saturday.
Considerable money changed hands.
G. E. Boardman and E. Baldwin
were umpires at plale and liases re
spectively. Following is a summary
of the game :
The Ilonolulus 'were first to bat
Wodchouse in the box, first ball
thrown wasted, second ball batted,
out at first. Whitney out at first.
Priedenherg on a lly to first. 0.
This was one of tlio shortest innings
on record, only lour uatis tieing
thrown, and occupying not as many
minutes. Hawaii Thompson on a
foul lly to Wodchouse was neatly
put out. Kaia batted ball out at
first. Dan bit tlio dust at home on
W. Lucas for the Honolulu got
his first, stole second, advanced to
third on a balk, and homo on a wild
pitch. A. Lucas expired on strikes.
Desha was put out on a pretty run
ning catch by Luahiwn, and Parker
out at first. 1. Hawaii Pryco
stumbled at first. Morris safe at
initiation base, passed bail to sec
ond, third on batted ball. Self on
balls was given base, but was
adroitly withdrawn at second. Lua-
hiwa batted sphero got first, but
Meek retiring on strikes left him
Coyne made a safo hit, stole sec
ond. Oat out on a lly. Wodchoiiso's
safe base advanced Coy no to third.
Wodchouse stolo second and third
bags and came home on a sacrifice
hit by Whitney. Priedenberg, baso
hit, second on passed ball, advanced
to third by W. Lucas' safe hit, and
homo on passed ball. A. Lucas ex
pired in tho box swiping ozone three
times.!). Hawaii Rosa out at first
from W. Lucas. Thompson in the
box gavo tho sphero a tremendous
hit over loft fielder's head two baso
hit advanced to third by Kaia's
base hit, and home on passed ball.
Kaia appropriated second on a wild
throw, to tidrd on a blocked ball,
and home on a wild pitch. Dan,
four balls, put out between first and
second bags. Piyco to deep center
field safo. Mortis out at first. 2.
Desha retired first. Parker drove
the sphere a liner to Morris who
froze to it. Coyne, base hit, put out
while stealing tecond. 0. Hawaii
yihrftflrif! ftAwi-Jt-M ''
AUGlutfa1 Jd, icrJUt
- fielf put out at finl. T.tinhlwa on
halls, appiopiialed second on Meek's
base bit, to third and home on wild
throws. Popa out al first. Thoitip
son safe, stole second; Kaia, how
ever, retired at first from Wodc
house, and left Meek and Thompson
on third and second bags respect
G. Lucas on a bunted ball got
fitst, and on a wild throw from Lua
Itiwa sailed down to second, advanc
ed to third on Wodohouse's, base hit,
and Lome on Whitney's sacrifice.
Kriedcnbcig's safe at first brought
Wodelionso home, but retired him
self at third. Y. Lucas made a
single bagger, but died there, A.
Lucas being caught out by Meek.
'2. Hawaii Dnn safo at first,
stole second. Pryco on bulls got
first. Mollis' safe lilt brought. I)an
in, advanced Pryco to third, but was
retiied himself between first and
second. Self nnd Lunhiwa smote
ozone three consecutive times. 'J.
Desha on a lly to Meek, out, Par
ker and Coyne both balled lo Meek,
and were put out at first. 0. Ha
waii Meek put out at first. Io&a
safe, stoic, second, died there.
Thompson on a lly to Desha, and
Hermann (who tool; Kaia's place)
struck out. 0.
(!. Lucas safo, stole second, ad
vanced by Wodehousc's safo hit,
li'ome on' wild throw. Whitney
struck out. Kricdenberg bit to left
and wob neatly put out. W. Lucas
struck out. l. Hawaii Dan from
Whitucv out. Pryco out on strikes.
Morris safe. Self safe, but Moms'
running for second was put out. 0.
A. Lucas unintentionally hit
sphere, out at. first. Desha safe,
stole second, wild pitch to third,
homo on Parker's sacrifice. Coyne
to l.naliiwa. l. Hawaii Luahiwa
made a three-bagger, home on a wild
pitch. Meek on balls first, stole
second, advanced by Rosa's base
hit, homo, on wild throws, sis also
did Rosa. Thompson on balls. Her
mann and Dan bit the dust at the
plate on strikes. Piyec's two bag
ger brought Thompson home, but
Morris Hying out left him on third.
G. Lucas on balls, stole second
and third bags, home on Wode
housc's base li it. Wodchouse, how
ever, retired at third. Whitney on
a sky scraper to Self, and Friedcn
berg on a foul lly lo Dan were, both
pittout. I. Hawaii Self and Lua
hiwa both retired at first from G.
Lucas, and Meek on a lly to A. Lu
cas also i elite. 0.
W. Lucas on a slow lly to Morris,
who missed il, got first, stole second,
to third on A. Lucas out at first.
home on Desha's safe bit. Pinker
on a fumble by Morris got first, and
stole second. Coyne retired on
strikes. G. Lucas out at first. 1.
Hawaii G. Rosa from G. Lucas
out first. Thompson on a lly to G.
Lucas out, and Hermann on strikes
lost the game for the Hawaii. 0.
nam i:.s. a. ii. :. it. ii. o. A. i:.
Wotlchone. e r, 2 :i 10 2 1
Whitney, 2b n 0 0 2 " 1
Friedetilierg, lib... ." 1 0 1 2 :i
Lucas W, p 5 2 0 0 lii 0
Lucas, rf, ss 5 0 0 10 0
Desha, If r, 1 0 2 0 0
Parker, lb ii 0 2 1,'S 1 I
Coyne, ef 5 1 O 0 1 0
Oat, rf 10 1 0 0 0
Lucas G, s ;; oil 0
Total -14 10 (! HO 23 0
NAM1. T. It. II. II. O. A. II.
Thompson, s.s I 2 1 0 :t 1
Herman, c.f :i 0 0 0 0 0
Kaia,e.f :i 1 0 0 0 0
Dnn, e I 1 1 8 2 0
Ptycc, lt-tb I 1 2 111 4 1
K(.olioknlole,2dl. ." 0 :t 2 is 4
Self, l.f 4 0 0 2 0 0
Luahiwn, :id b 12 2 4 1 It
Meek, p 11 1 17 1
Howl, rf ii 1 1 0 0 2
Total 10 !) 11 HO 20 12
Honolulu-0 1 a 0 2 0 1 1 1 110
Hawaii 0 0 2 12 0 0 4 0 0- !)
Two-base hits Thompson, Pryco,
Tliree-base bit Luahiwa.
Bases on lulls liy Lucas W 7, by
Struck out Bv T.ncns !), by Meek fi.
W lid pitches Bv Lucas 4,' by Meek 2.
Passed balls Wodclionc :), Dan s.
Lofton bacs Hawaii 8, Honolulu Q
Stolen bases Hawaii C, Honolulu 5.
Utnpbes Geo. E, lloaiilmaiiii and P..
Tlnio of game Hi. tint.
When Mrs. Harrison returns to
tlio While House site will find the
door handle nnd bell handle of the
big door of the White House newly
washed with gold, Washington
A NICE Charlotte Russu la the pro
per (IIbIi for Iteehorcho Dinuors.
Made to oidor ut the Elite leo Cream
Parlors. . 03r.lt
.N tlio aoaii to I'lttiloti a
'ackot. The Under will nlcusc
leave at this office and iceelvii reward.
20 KEWAKI) !
TIIE abovo reward will bo given to
nnyono furnishing Information that
will load lo the conviction of the person
or persous who cut the ilag rope at China
Engine Co, No. C on Saturday night.
Bring Information to
C28 lv Foreman Ihijjlne Ce. No. r.,
I. il J" Ui .T-iff'ififrJ, ,.Wii i
NOW IS THE TIME 1
Toe Eqoifaijle Life Ass
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture, of Insurance goos with every Bond.
The following aro a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.'
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company i3 equitable, lis payments prompt and cerltdn, and its
From tho iVeio Tori Sun, April -Uh, 1800.)
Tho Largest l.usiiicss Ever Transacted, by a Iilb Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Kirrv
Million Dollahs. This is al the rate of txoo hundred millions offMm'
tmcefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance. "
BSylnforuiation cheerfully furnished lo any who will write to or call
upon the mulct signed at his ol'lice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
COKISEIt UOTHL Ss
To make tooin fur an
iiimcnsc New Stock of
tr.tlia, August 122nd,
WHITE GOODS: '
Embroidery Skitt Lengths, all-over embroidery;
I.iuen Lawns, Yieloiia Lawns, 10 yd pes;
India Linen, Dolled Swiss,
Latest Styles in Summer Hiesa Goods,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT IN
Figured Sateens, 20 cts per yard;
Specialty in Genuine Black Diamond Hosieiy,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF :
Gems', Ladies' &
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streela.
Having temovod our SODA WORKS to more commodious qtinrterc at
(Near the Ctiitom Rouse)
We are now prepared to furiiibb at short notice, and of prime quality, any
oi tin- following liign Class 'Aerated uevcrages:
t I.fifflnii Stpawlifippv nr
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Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM,
E. R. IlKKinir, President &, Manager.
UouriiKY BttOWN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. KiirceUt'ln' IlniiR, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Cen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain
Piuno, Library & Stand Lamps, Ohandeliors & Elcctoliors,
Lamp Fixtures oi all kinds, A complelo aasortm't of Drills &. Files,
Tlio "Gazelle" ,1-wheclod Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Blueboard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel &. Goosonccked Hocb,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PaiutH, Varnishes & Brushes, Manila & Sisal Ropo, '
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JHLose, I-Ioe,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of suporior quality, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart'tf Patent "Duplox" Dio Stock for Pipo fe Bolt Threading;
llurtman'tj Steol Wire Fouco it Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. G. Fisbor'a Wrought Steol Ranges,
Qato City Slono 1'lllorn,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-29-811 Noul'8 Carriago Talnto.
Goods lo arrive ex Ana-
Strawlierry or Cream Ml
John Ena, Vice-President
Ci'.otL Bitow.v, Auditor.
and decoratod; and Wcdgcwocd