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HONOLULU, II. L. TUESDAY LOYEKINCL Jt'LV 0, 3S02.
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Evtry Aftoi'iioou Except Sundays
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tions "Manauku Daily IJui.i.ktin.-
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tlon "Kuitou Daily Uullkhn."
I'. O. !ii ss.
Ilouultilii. II. I.
if , Attorney at Law and Notary
l'ublle. No. -J'2 .Merchant street, Hono
Hw. sohmidt & Sons,
linpoitcis & Commission Mer
chants. Fort sticel, Honolulu. 1-01
IT IlACKFELD & OO ,
LJL. General Commission Agents.
UorniT Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, 11. 1. . 1-01
W MACFARLANE Ss CO.,
VJT Importers anil Commission
Murehants. Queeu street, Honolulu,
11. I. 1-91
G ONSAIiVES & OO.,
r Wholesale Giocers and Wlno
Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
11. 1. 1-01
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer iu General
Merchandise. Queeu street, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-01
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers In Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-1)1
L3WERS & OOOKE
I Importer.-, and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. 1-01
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, i i H. I,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmithiiig. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-01
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Audioneer & General Business
MuliM ! II. Kollltlll. lluwuli.
WINNER & CO.,
92 Fort Street Honolulu
Atlas Assurance CDipny
H. W. SCHMIDT &. SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Uiiiir HtriM-t. Honolulu,
Excellent accommodation for patients.
D. A. It. ItO WAT, V. S.
Olllco Iloui'a 7:80 to 10 a. m.; 12;0
to 2 p in.; -1:!I0 to G p. m.
Tklki'honkh: Bell Oil. Mutual 183.
1'. O. Box H2fi. 102tf
I7UNK Cottage with I'arlor, Dlniug
X1 loom Hull, 4 I.aigo Bediooins,
Bath, l'.uttiy. Kitchen and all modern
!iuiovuiiioiit. lieietaula stieet-cai'ri
puss i ho door. Hem .?;!.").
KS" For further Information apply to
O. J. McOAUTHY,
'Wi .Mciclmnt i-tuH't.
CKAS. 7. CULtCK,
Notary Public fur the Island of Calm.
Agent to Take Acknowledgment!, to La
Agenl to Giant Marrlagi! JJcenses, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Itdamlaof J'lltit
Scott's Ki eight iv, laiccl Hxpieiis.
Agentb for the BiiiJliigton Joute.
Real Estate Broker & "flT.x
Hell Tt'lo. 318.-iBl6yMiitiml Tele. 130.
I. O. lloxliri.
MaV" Ori'im:: No.aSMcrohiintbtii'et,
Honolulu, Ouhu, 11, 1, jmi si
Anstraliau Mail Seivice!
FOIt MAX FltAXCIJSCO.
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 28, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
mails and passengers on or
about that date,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Frauclsco pn or about
July 29, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for
the above ports.
tay The undersigned aro now pre
pared to issue Through TicketR Irom
this city to all points in the United
tf For fuither particulars regarding
Fi eight or Passage, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO- L'd,
ST MR. 'K1NAU:
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching ut Laliuina, Maalaeu Bay
and xMakena the same day; Mahu
kona, Kuwajliao and Laupahochoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday, July 8th
Tuesday, " likh
Friday, " 29th
Tuesday, Aug. 9th
Fiiday,M ' lilth
lteturning leaves Hilo, touching ut
Laupahoehoo same day; Kawaihao
a. m.; Muhukona 10 a. m. ; Alakena
1 p. m. ; Maalaca. Bay (5 p. m.; Luha
ina 8 p. m. the following day; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdaya
AKKIVES AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday, July Cth
Saturday, " Kim
Wednesday, " 27 th
Satunlay, Aug. (Jth
Wednesday " 17ih
Satuulay, " 27lli
0)9 No Freiglit will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
STRIR. rCLAUDINE '
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huelo, Hanii, Hiunoa and Kipa
hulu, Maui, and l'muihiiu, Hawaii,
Buturiiing will arrive at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
No Freight will hit rei'oivnil
after ! p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees iniiBt ho at tho landings
to receive their froight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has heon landed. While tho
Company will uso duo diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
buino any responsibility iu case of the
loss of same, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the caro of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
iJewulur .St WntolimiiUor.
KUKUI JEWELKY a SPECIALTY.
King St root, Honolulu, II. I.
tST Particular attention paid to all
kinds of repairs. l-'.H
Island Shells and Gurlos !
r IIOI.KSALK ami retail, cheap for
T cash, at 101 Fort stieot, between
Killers' diy gooilb ktore and Frank
Geit.'s shoo store.
853 U 'J'. TANNATT.
ners Mm Go.'s
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
we have eonoluded to
offer the eer vices of our
artist, Mr,. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil P.uinting and Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling -colors,
etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted, by instructors.
For further particulars
Pacific Mail Steaisi Go.
Occidental & Oriental S, S, Go.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2. 1892
Stmr. "Oceanic" Aug. 23, 1892
Stmr. "China" " Oct. 3, 1892
Slmr. "Oceanic" Nov. t, 1892
Stmr. "China" Dec. 12, 1892
Stmr. "Ocoanic" Jan. 11, 1803
Stmr. "ohina" Feb 20,1893
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, 1b93
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
.July 26, 1892
Jffi- Kound Trip l'ickets to Yokohama
and returu, S3J50.
SST For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
from S. F.
for S. F.
From San Francisco From Sydney for
A ft ivc Honolulu
Alameda .July 2il Mariposa .July 28
Miiripoa. .Aug 2(S
Moiunvai Aug 25
Alameda. Hup! 22
Mariposa ,()c t()
Alameda.. Oct 21
Mariposa. .Nov 18
iMonowai ..Noi 17
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On mid after May lnt,
181)2, the No ami Uu
shablu Modern Itesldenco
of tlie uuderlL'iied. On
Thurston AVeuue, containing Large I'ar
lor, Olnlllg lCoom, Conservatory, Two
Hcdiooms, Dressing Ituom with Station
ary Withstand mill Cedar Waidrobo,
litithrooiii with 1'atcnt Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, I'.iutries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
ltauge, Hot Water Holler unit nil attach
Large nod convenient stable on the
pieniises containing two huge box-Halls,
carriage, harness and feed moms, ami
Uiouilds iOx'.iOO, lieaiitUully laid out
and loiince'd. The view is uiibuipasscd
For further particulars see
W. O. AM1LKY,
a8(i-tf O. 11. & I,. Co.'s Depot.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Okiick: Jtooiii 5, Hpreckels' ISloek.
Mutual Telephone 2U8.
New Dosigns I Modern Buildings !
Complete, plans ami Miecllicutluns for
overy dcbcilption of building. Contiacts
drawn and careful Hiiperlutemluucu of
coustruetlpu given when leijuhed. Call
uud oxauiiuo uluus. apr 2'J ly
MAUI MCE THACK.
Sixteenth Annual Meeting of
the Maui Racing
l.nrge tNiucuui'MO nl Niici'tnturH unit n
I.lvrlj IIiij'h Hiirt.
The annual horc races al Spreck
els' 1'ark, Kaliului, on July ltli,
catno off id good style. Only two
races out of fourteen lifted were
scratched. There was n large at
tendance and good humor prevailed
throughout the day. Tlu time made
in the races was respectable, espec
ially in view of the fact that the
track is only a half mile, circuit, be
sides being of a powdery soil hard to
get or keep in first rate condition.
AVilder's new iron steamer Clau
dino loft Honolulu as adver
tised, with an excursion party
for Kaliului, at (i p. in. on Sunday.
Seventy cabin passengers and nearly
half as many deck passengers em
barked. A detachment of ten play
ers of the Royal Hawaiian Baud was
of the party, tendered by the Minis
tcr of Foreign Affairs to give music
for the races. With the band playing
and the steamer dressed out in the
full code, thodepaiture of the excur
sion made a gay and lively scene.
Off Diamond Head the wind was
bldwing fresh and the string of flags
on the foremast carried away, but
one end remaining fast Hie tl.igs were
hauled on hoard again. Then a sail
or gave an exhibition of agility and
nerve by climbing to the ball and
reeving the halliards through it again,
coming down with the free end in his
teeth. Some of the passengsrs early
sought their berths to hide the emo
tions awakened by Neptune's em
braces, and others stood out the
pitching and rolling ol the ship,
standing on the bridge and along the
rails, until, shortly after sunset, a
sharp rainstorm lufiVnone but the
watch iu sight. '
Notwithstanding that many con
fessed and olheis did not need to
confess to the iiriseiitH of an unac
customed sea passage, morning
found all fairly capable for enjoying
the day's pleasure as anchor was cast
in Kaliului harbor. The steamer had
called at Kaunukakai, Molokai,ul 12
o'clock for Hon. II. 1. Baldwin.
Landing of the passengers was ef
fected in a moderate sea about six
o'clock. Messrs. O. 1'. Wilder, A.
F. Hopke, L. M. Vetlescn, C. II.
Broad, I). Douglas and others look
cure of a large number of the Hono
lulu visitors, giving them breakfast
at their respective liou.es. Those
who had only heard of Mams hospi
tality had actual experience of it
now and will not soon forget it. The
intervening time till the beginning of
the races at 10 o'clock was spent in
looking over the village and, by not
a few, in a railway tup to Wailuku.
As the time approached people
could be seen pouring into the vil
lage from all directions, driving in
all horts of vehicles and lidiug on
every description of horse and mule.
The'trains emptied many carloads of
passengers, a large pioporliou of
them decorated witli leis. When
the bell rung for the first race there
was a grand stand packed to the
eaves, mid stoics of spectators were
grouped iu tho adjacent giounds,
with otliera bitting on the grass out
side the truck opposite, The baud
struck up and the day's sport be
gan. The Hawaiian Quintet Club,
which was alo iu atleiideneu ftom
Honolulu, sprang the 'Ta-ia-ra-booin-du-ay"
with startling elfecl on
the unsuspecting Mutilans. Below
is the program ot the ntcus witli the
results noted :
Spreckelsville Purse, $(!0. Hun
ning raci', half mile dusli. Free for
all Hawaiian bnd hones. Kiilered:
Amurino, b. c, II years, by W. II.
C'ornwell ; Ivunhoc, Jr., br. g., aged,
C. II. Broad. Queen L., I), in. ,!))
It. Bullentyiie, withdrawn.
Ivaulioe, Jr 2
Ainariuo hud the pole. The
horsus were about even at the citiar
ter', but Amurino held a slight lead
and won by a head. Time, o!) sec
onds. si:cond hack,
Waikapu Purse, 880. Illuming
race, : mile dash, ficu for all. En
tered: Lord Brock, c. c, U years,
by V. 11. Cornwell. Joe Stacy, e.
c, it years, by Luhuina Stables,
withdrawn, iu consequence of which
Loid Brock is awarded the race on
running round the course.
Luhuina Purse, S 100. Trotting
and pacing, mile licuts, best 2 iu !t
to harness, for all horses not having
a record of 2:!i0 or better. Kiitoicd:
Luhuina Chief, b. h., aged, Luhuina
Stable-; Lady Ventuie, hi. in.,
a d. J. V. Kerr; Ilex, roan g.,
Liliuiiia Chief 1
La ly Ventu'c 2
Fir-.t ileal, Lidy Venture li id llie
pole. Lu'iainu Chief took nu uirly
lead ami held it over Lilly Venture.
Ilex was nowhere. Tiio vuiluiv
sOine Lilly hioke, but was discounted
by Ilex, who parsed her on u tearing
gallop, and both went under the wire
iu that unceremonious way. Laliuina
Chief won iu ft '2(5. The winner was
driven by Jones, their owners driving
the others respectively.
Second heat. Luhuina Chief was
behind on the word "go," but took
the lead without spieial effort iu a
few yards. Lady Venture broke
badly while losing and ultimately
was distanced. The Chief won in
Match race tor a purse, amount
not given out. Half-mile dash.
Filtered: Little Dave, carrying 10."
lb., 1). Center; Hongkong, lift lb.,
Little Dave 1
Hongkong had the pole and at the
outset got a distinct lead, but was
closely chased by Little Dave, and
passed by him on entering the home
stretch, Little Davu winning by a
length iu o" seoo"ds.
Wailuku Purse, S100. Ilunuiug
race, half mile and repeat, free to all
Hawaiian bred horses. Knterud:
Billy C., g. g., (J years, W. II. Corn
well: Queen L , bl. in., ! years. II.
iKMIciityne; Ivanhoe, Jr., br. g.,
aged, C. II. Broad.
Billy C 1
Ivanhoe, Jr 2
First heat. Billy C. got the pole,
and Ivanhoe second place. There
was a good start and Billy C. got
the lead, keeping it to the linisli,
made two lengths ahead of Ivanhoe,
Jr., iu oi seconds.
Second heat. Ivanhoe was only
able to give Billy C. a chase, and
was chased by Queen L.,u length (be
tween eacli succeeding two at the
quarter. These relative positions
were maintained lo the Ia-,t, when
Billy C. won by a length and a half
iu 51 seconds. Slocuui rode the
winner; Fiank Jones, Ivanhoe; Cal.
Leonard, Queen L.
fifth itAcr.. "
Kaliului Purse, S125. Running
race, one mile dash, free for all. Ku
tered: Senator Stanford, g. li., 3
years, II. Focks; Ainariuo, W. II.
Cornwell. Jon Stacy, by Luhuina
Slablus, withdrawn. The Senator,
ridden by Jim Crow, carried lb.
First place fell to the lot of Amu
rino, who after a good start was
leading. After several iluctuatioiis
Amurino came home one length
ahead after a pretty race. Time,
1 : t'.I.L
liana Purse, $115. Trotting and
pacing. Mile heats, best 2 in li, tj
harness. For horses not having a
record of i inin. or better.
Declared off, on withdrawal of
Bell llinger by Win. Goodness, leav
ing WuikiipuMuid and Minnie, both
from W. II. Cornwell's ..tables, alone
in the field.
Kula Purse, S.IO. Running race,
mile dash, for ponies 1 Inlands and
under, to cuiry 100 pounds. Kn
teied: Little Uuve, ch. g., aged, D.
Center; Whistling Coon, rouu g.,
aged, W. L. Mossinun ; Flash, roan
g., I years, C. 11. Broui.
Whistling Coon 2
Slocum rode Little Dave; Frank
Jones, Flush, and a native boy, Whis
tling coon. I-lash hud the pole,
Little Dave second. Flash led olf
but was speedily overtaken by Little
Dave, three length-, being between
tliuni ut the quarter pole. Whistling
Coon soon gained second place but
could not get lirt. Little Dave won
by three lengths. Time r seconds.
Munu Cup, value SliO, or its
equivalent in coin. Running race,
mile dash, free for alt Iluwaiiau
hied lioiscs, Holered: Senator Stan
ford, as above; Billy C,, as above;
Yum Yum, g. in., .0 yeais, 11. Bal
lentyne. Senator Stanford
Viiiii Villi) 2
This was tun twice. Stanford,
carrying flh. overweight, had lirsl
place. Yum Yum led and guiued,
being live lengths ahead of Stanford
attlielhiid quarter. Stanford gave
the gray inure a hot chase, however,
iu the lust half. There were iwo
lengths between each two succeeding
i miners at the lininh. The judges
ordeied the race run over again, be
cause Stanford's place was taken by
Billy C. The second trial made a
lino race. Yum Yum led all the way
to near the homestretch. Billy
C. was ahead of Stanford, but only
a neck when the first liiilfuule ini
nearly covered, and then Stanford
streaked into second place. At the
(Coiitiiiutd on 1th I'ugo.)
Win. G. irwiii & ConipiiDj,
on Mi ron salIs
2 -3JJ10 & .'c-MUtlt, '
I'AuAFFINE I'AIM CO T. j
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Fslt Steam Pipe Covering, all si?ts..
BUOK. & OUIjANUT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
GHASS SEEDS :
It YE OBASS
Fairbank Canning Go.'s Gornci'
BeeF, 1 und 1 lb. tiui.
SALMON IN BAKKEl.t-l-!u
I tfS UKANCE.
Ha t.ord Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Assets, $4,3 1 7,05 2.
Thames & Mersoy Marine Ins. Co ,
New York Lifo Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hav.-ailau thiamin.
fill. 11. IRII14 CO.,
Win. (J. liwiu. . .President it Manager
L'l.iiin npreckels Ylce-l'i evident
W. ,M. Oitlaid...-.-" crutun & 'J'rcasuicr
'J li ).( Iu lei .' Auditoi
AOKNTC OK T11K
Owe Steaniilup Cdib'j,
(11 Mini I rinii'lKi-n, Cul,
CASTLE & COOKE.
Lite, Firo & Mariuc
Insurance Agents 1
Kew Haglaud Mutual Lire ins. Co.,
OK 11081 ON,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KIIANOISCO. OAI.IFOIINIA
C. BREWER & CO.,
LIST OK OKFIOUtS:
J. O. Cartel President it Manager
' ''''"urti-on TieuMire.
K. I' . ItlsllOII Si-i'i nt.iri
j W. F. Allen Auditoi
I Hon. O, H. Itlshop, s. O. Allen,
I 11. W'uU'i linu.se.
For Moiildiiitf.s, Fniiiiow,
PiislolH, ArloljpoH, I'holo
nivui'OM, ICujJiins und
uvurjlliiii in (Ihj lino of
pioturoH, go (o Iviiitf Hros.,
I Hotul Htroot,
UViulors fur Purolmsu of
Hawaiian Govern nioiit
Notice is hereby given that utuli i
authority of Chapter S, Session Law-
of lSbS, "A n Act to give greater securi
ty to Dt'iiuiilursiii the Hawaiian IV-i.ii
Savings Hank,-' the Po.-Umuster-Ui n
cral otl'oiK for biiii-$oU,000 of Coupon
Uomlb of tho Hawaiian Government,
f-uuh bond- lo be isiied in the dem
initiation ol One TliotiHiuul Dollni
cach, ledei-mnble in not ler than Iim.
years nor ninn than tweiiiy year-,
with interest at ci. per cent, per mi
liiini, payable f-emi-u initially, princip -1
anil interest pjyuble in U. S. gol I
coin, the houils to express on tlu-i'-face
that they are issued as seour-ij
for the Postal Suiugs Hank l)epo-ii
Tenders toi the purchase of the
whole oi any part of said bunds will
be leivhcd at the ollieo of tho Uegi
ii iii ol I'uhlio Accounts, Finance 1)
piiKtiieiii, up to 1:2 o'clock on 1-KI-UA,
the 1st day of July, 1S112,
llie I'ostmastei-Gonoi-.il does mil
biiiil hiuirolf lo uccept any lendir, oi
the whole of any tender.
' Hated May 2S, 1892.
II. A. Wmn.MANN,
Minister of Fiimudo,
MiniMer of Foreign Aflun-.
C. N. Sl'KNCKll,
Minister of Interior.
W. A LSI IN WlUTINU,
Ho.soi.i l.u, June 21, lb'Ji
In uceoi dance with doe. 1 of Uh.ip
terXXVU. of tho L.iWs or ISSIi.
All persons holding water priviK-go-or
those paying water rates, are heiu
by nolilied thai the water rales for
the toiin ending Decembor .'II, lb'J2,
will be duo and payable at the ollieo
of the llonoluhi Water Works, on thu
lirst day of July, 1SU2,
All such rates rem. lining unpaid
for fifteen days after they aio due,
will be hiibject to un addiiioual 10 per
Itntci, aio payable at (ho ollk-e of
the water woiks in tho ICupuaiw.i
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wulor Works,
Sale of Leaso of tho Govornmot'i
Lands lying botwoen Hanska-
piai and Kjlalau, Kauai.
On THL'ILSDAY, July 7, 1S02, ,.i
12 iiVliick noon, at the front ciitiaue.
ot Aluolani Hale will bo mjIiI at Pub
lic Auction the Lease ol all tla.tr
rugged N.ip.ili Uegion, K.iu.ii, lyiiu
between llunakapiai and Kul.il.iii,
fiiiitaining heio and there a few uciu
tit for cultivation or pasturage.
Tornis Lease for 2fi years.
Upsot price $20 per uniiiini, paya
able seini-.uinuiilly iu advance.
C. N. SPKNOBIt,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Intel ioi Ollieo, June l.'l, 181)2.
Sale ot a Strip of Government
Land at Kalua, Hamakua,
On WICDNL.SIMY, July li, 181)2. .it
12 o'clock noon, m the front oniraiu-.i
of Aliiolani ll.de will ho sold at Pub-
llie Auction a Strip of (Jovemiui in
! Laud at K'alua, lluiiialua, Hawaii,
containing an men of 2.'1 uoref. .i
lltllu more or loss.
L'pfot pi ice :ilf)().
C. N. SPKNCKH,
Minister of tho lutunoi.
Interior Ollieo, J iino !(, 1602.
J 88-1 1
Honolulu, 11. 1 Dec 2, 18U1.
Hohleis of mil ci privileged, or those
paying water rates, tue hereby noti
lied (hut (he hours fm using water for
irrigation pin poses are from ti lo 8
o'clock a. .m., and I to 0 o'clock i m.
until turthor notjee.
JOHN 0. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu N uloi Woiks,
0, N. Sr&NOKK,
MinUtor of tho luturioi,