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leave Honolulu fii'-lOS ....
Arrivo Parl lilly 5:iiS ....
Leave Pear" City.. 11:00
Arrivo Honolulu. ..0:40
t Saturdays only.
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TUHSDAY, JULY J2, 1S!)L'.
.Stun- XV G Hall, from Maui anil Hawaii
Stmr Waialealo. for Lahain.i anil Ilama-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr Claiidme for Maui, at fi p in
Stmr Mlkaha'a for Kauai, o p in
VESSELS LEAYINd TO-MORROW.
S S Palmas for Portland, Or, and Victo
ria, 15 C, at 0 a in
Am bktui! S G Wilder. Giilllth, for San
Francisco, at 1 p m
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Kn Moi 1700 bags sugar.
"Kcj .Kapaa per stiur .Lis Makce, July
-11 -Mr McVeigh anil wife, MUs Toui
For Molehill per stmr Mnkolli, July
11 J, F. Brown, G Kekipi, Mr Kane, and
FOREIGN VESSELS IK PORT.
II BMS Champion, from Esquimau
:U S c ban KiancNco, Uear-Ailiuiial
Ilrowu, from iian IMcjjo
Am bkmc Planter, Dow. fiomSan Fran
cisco .Am sclir Aloha, Johnson, from San
.Am byt Win G Irwin, McCulloch, from
.Am schr A lieu Cooke, I'euhallow, from
Dan hi; . I G Lot., Nelson, fioni Hon
duras illrit bk Sumatra from Newcastle. N S XV
Brit bk Vuiitua from Newcastle, X S V
F0REIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
'JI IMS Hiei, Mori, from Japan
"IT S S Boston, from San Francisco, July
L' L S S Palmas, duo
Am bk Matilda, lrom Xewcistlc, XS W.
.Am bktue SN Caitle, Hubbard, from San
Am bktue Wrestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Gcr bk J C Glade, Iron) Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen Bicwer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
"Nor sh Moining Light, Joli.iiwen, from
Xewcastle, X S W
.Am bk Margaict from Xewcastle, XSW
JSk Uieta from Xewcastle, X S XV
The barkeiitnie Discovery, dipt Mc
Xelll, sailed shortly after noon to-dny
for the bound wlih a deck load of ban
unas. The o'd schooner Kaalokal has boon
le-ehilsloned the Lilln. The l.lliu has
received a general overhauling on (he
Mailne Hallway, every part having been
thoroughly inspected, and the. coiimi
qilcuce is the is one of the sttiunchoi-l
little crafts in pint, dipt llltchlicld will
take the Lillii for a nailing expedition
hi tho South beas on b'atiirda) next.
The steamer W G Hall at rived fioni
Maui and Hawaii this afternoon.
Tho schooner Alice Cooko lias been
moved lo WS S Co's wluiif.
WRIT OF MAiiDAMUS.
Arguments were heard in the Su
preme C'ouit llu-j morning by full
bench in the mandamus case of one of
the Chinamen held on the schooner
Transit, as having no passport. The
report of an assumpsit suit iigaiiis.1
Lau Chen one of thesis, was reported
in Saturday's IUi.lltis. The .Marshal
questioned the jurisdiction of the
Hawaiian Government and so re
turned on llie writ. W. Ii. Castle
and F. M. Hatch for the petitioner;
W. A. Whiting lor Marshal Wilson,
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of K. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, l'a., says while ho
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
holed Chamberlain's 1'aiu Balm and
said : 'Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it
llie best medicine lor rheumatism she
ever used." 60 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Bcpson, Smith &C'o.,
A. J. CARTWRIGHT, SR., DEAD.
A telephone inesinge shortly after
I o'clock this afternoon announced
the death of A. J. Cartwrlght, Sr.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tmb tiinlof W. C
zlcmonl lias bwn
(Vclii for pmbea
No lkss than six eases of "intend
ing' to commit oH'cin-os" mo ponding
for trial in the Police Court.
Tun Ihilish H. S. I'uIuiiip will leave
for Portland. Oiogon, mil Victoria, H.
0 , ut ) o'clock lo-nmiinw inulhilig.
llo.v. It. XV. Wilcox will address a
muss meetinc; nl the Old Aiuiory,
Qui'LMi 'Heel, this evening at 8 o'clock,
on the Pearl ll.it hor (juoxt inn.
Xaauao, llookanii and Lopokn (w)
have licen in rested for assault on
Poliri-'Olileer Lmiis '1'ouissuint while
in the art of making a raid on a che
fa hunk ycsteuhiv.
Maud times h.ivo struck China
town. Cliinesc linsinillw may bo
-eon daily mending pots noil pins a I
live ecul-i a patch. Fowls nicely
dressed, llfty cenls.
Wiiili: a luinhei dray was backing
on the intei-i'-liiiid wharf this after
noon the hoiM' made a sudden turn
and the cud of one of the Mi.tfls went
several inehe into hl side.
l'Jtot'KKDl.NO-' in llie ejectment suit
of Molt v.-.. lveola iicciipieil the whole
of ye-di'i'day in the Supieme Court
and is sliilou this afleinonii It is
iieing lieaid before .lodge Oole and a
Tin: lurkentim- S. O Wilder will
iail for San Fianeisco nt one o'clock
to-moriow afternoon. As the Wilder
is a fast sailer, and Ciit. (i-illilh an
.igreeablc nnitior to iiavil with, her
bull h ought to he full.
Tin: Aii-titilitt not b"ing rignaled up
to .:JU o clock this allciiioon, a sup
position is ubioad that a substitute
of slower sliced is coining, as it has
been repoitcd that, the Australia was
to make a Ihiough trip to the Colo
nies. The baud will give a moonlight
concert at the Hawaiian Motel this
evening for the benefit of passengers
by the Australia, providing that
steamer or a subMiluto shall arrive.
A dance will he had in the lanai after
W. E. Kkiik w.ih aricstcd yesterday
on a charge of intending to commit
an oflbuse on Airs. Aliniru Stone in
utteiing threatening language against
her on Sunday afternoon. In the
Police Court be was discharged on his
word that he intended no harm
against the woman.
aIiks J. Smith returns to Kauai to
day on the steamer Mikahala to re
sume her charge (he Kauai Indus
trial School. Miss Smith has been
assiduoiih in her attention lo this
valuable institution, and the work she
has done for il in Honolulu, in
awakening intotest and procuring
benefits fioni conceits, will be a great
help to llie school.
street for sale.
II V has lot."
Tin-: harkentino S. G. Wilder is an
nounced lo sail at 1 p. in., co-morrow.
AhTKit shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Jlcnson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunim'U.n relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Ilcnsou, Smith iV Co.,
Tin: Brunswick hillianl parlors sue
the mod" elegant pleasure resort in
"Wiikhi: shall 1 ecu you this even
ing?" "Ob, same old place, the
An iinnortant notice to members of
the File Department is issued to-day '
by bccietary Smith.
I'Ki.ioious codec and chocolate will
he seived every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cicani Parlois, Ludwigsou,
it Cum, Hotel street. J-lf
Pahticulaiis of the large sale of
real estate and leases, to bo held by
Jaw. F. Morgan on Satiiiday next, will
bo found in to-day's issue.
Dkkssmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 71! Beie
tit ii in slieol, or Mutual telephone li'JO,
hefoic 8 n. in. or 5:110 p. in. S-lhn
Dit. LcLknna.v has removed to
Alukoa hlieel, opposite llie-Y.M. C.
A. hall, piemises lately ocimpicd by
Doctor Lulz. OHice bouts, 1) to 12,
2 to J and ecnings li to 7. Sumlavs:
10 to 1. Hell Telephone, 1D7, Mutual,
082. ' 2-lf
Miss Maiiv LYLi:,lately book-kecpor
with Egiin it tiiinn, is ,-cpaiid t" 'lo
steiiogi.iphiug and typo-writing at
niodeiatc rates, tir.idii.itu of Mold's
Business Colkge, San Fianci?co,
Ollico with O. J. McOaithy, 'Ait Mer
chant street. 2-lm
Who wouldn't livo at Waikiki
the phut- so bountifully praised by
poeU when one can get a homo of (
lus own Micro i inc roaring soar
mo only eiiance in a mug iiino 10 se
cure a leasehold al llie Waikiki beach
is ofl'eied iu a sale to be held by J. F.
Morgan on July 27.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two pf St. Patrick's l'ills. They
not only physio buiclesuiso the whole
system and purify the blood. For
ealo by Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
For Mouldings, Fnimt's,
Pastels, Allotypes, Pliolo
fjrnvurur', lSUiliintfH anil
uvor.vt liiii2T i tin lints of
pictures, go (o Kin; UroH.,
-i 4 IC
Till RTY-SKVENTH DAY.
Ti-lsdav, July 12, 18112.
Hoti-i' convutioil at Ml. Minutes
were read unil iipprovcl.
15ep. Sinitli jirc-i'iili'rt n petition
from Kauai that SloUO lie sippiopn
nted for thu purpose of building a
load from llulci.i to Niunalii. Lo
Coinmitloe on Public Lauds.
Noble Williams fioni the J'rintint!
Coiiuiiiiiee ivportcd llie resolution
of Ko). ii. W. Wilcox printed and
ready for distribution.
Noble J. M. Uornci fioni a select
eoiiiiniltec of the Legislature of 18D0
presented u report on :i liill (95)
contemplating the reorganization of
llie Postal Savings Hank. The com
uiittee present an amended bill num
ber 78 which they recommend be con
sidered. Signe i by lions?. J. M.
Horner, A. 1 Peterson. Jos. N.iwahi
and A. Marques.
lieporl was accepted and tabled
for consideration with the Bill 78.
Hep. Smith read for the first time
u hill lo amend the law relating to
At 10:20 liep lvamauoha moved
the Order of the Day anil the special
order, ooiiMileralion of liill No. (!.'!,
relative lo recoinago, was taken up
and considered on third reading.
Noble Mnclailano offered the fol
lowing amendment to Section 1 :
"The .Minister of Finance is heicby
uutlinriKcd and diiooied to eauo to
be coiiu d not more llian 200,000
-.liver dunes, 100,000 nicki I half
dimes and -100,000 one cent pieces.
Such coins -diall be of the same
weight, liiiene-s, male! in! and gen
eral character as the coins ol u slim
lur denomination now being coined
and issued by the United States of
On motion the amendment was ac
cepted, and the Hill then passed un
amended, was re-referred to the
Engrossing Committee and for third
reading on Thursday next.
At 12:01 the Assembly took recess
until 1 :00 p. m.
STRAINING AT GNATS AND SWAL
A coricspondcni in this morning's
Advertiser, sibling himself Video,
should be on the Ways and Means
Committee of tho Assembly. While
it may not be wise to assent to all
the correspondent says, it will be
evident to any thinking person that
he is in the main coircct.
One item seems to have escaped
Video's observation, and he will par
don me for directing his httontion to
it. 1 allude lo the item of S 10,000
for the advertising of Hawaii at the
Columbian exposition. What con
sistency!! All salaries are lessened,
not improperly, evidently for the
purpose of providing for this S-10-000
It is said that this extravagant ap
propriation is under the pioteclion
of the bright and shining leaders of
the Reform patty in the Assembly.
It behooves the members of the Na
tional Reform and Liberal parlies to
drop this item out or to reduce it to
a sum that is in keeping with the fi
nancial condition of the Kingdom.
TAXES OF 1892!
MEMBERS of the diU'eieut Com
panies, claiming exemption
from pels .mil taxes, must appear
personally before tho Assessor and
icport their membership, othenviso
no exemption will ho allowed.
$JW Secretaries who have not
handed iu their lists of membership
to iho Secret. iry of I ho Dopartim'iir
inuot do so immediately.
HID Jit Secretary II. F. D.
For San Francisco.
'I' lie I'ast Niilllntr !l.iii'i' lliirkt-utliii'
". a . W 1 1 j J 13 1-t."
lill'T. ; It II' I' ITU.
Will sail for tho above port
To-morrow, Wediiesddy, at 1 P. H.
mi" Having supeiior accommoda
tions. For Fieight anil Passage apply
F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.,
Mil It Agents.
Is heioby given that Iho
iiiliTsigncil will not bo ri'siiniisl-
i bio for any debts litem red without his
A. B. XAONK.
Honolulu, Juno -J.'i, S'M. I5U '.'w
K OTIC ID.
VI Y wife
i I hoard
having left my bed and
I heieby gBo uotico that 1
resniiiis'blo for any debts
will not bu
her In my name.
llouohilu, Julyli, IWia. M7 3t
A RUFFIAN CINCHED.
Klcltril a Wiiinilii Hit' Klft.t '.. 1 1. tn
A healthy and sturdy looking nn
live named Kalaaukahiki was tried In
the Police Cohrt this morning on two
different chnrges of assault and in
lending to commit an offenseprefer
red nuninsl him by Iloli (w.) Holi,
who had been living with Hid defend
ant f( r some years, stated that lie had
assaulted her with a hoot on the bead
because she icfiisod lo lMvo bin) fifty
cents with which to play clie la, and
that she was in mortal fear ol Ka
lanukahiki. The defendant in rebut
tal denied ever asking the woman for
money with which lo play clie fa or
ever assaulting her. On being asked
how llie biuise on llie woman's head
was caused, Kalaaukahiki slated that
she bumped her head against the
house iu order lo get him into trou
ble. The Polioe Justice found the
fellow guilty of both charges, and
for assault gavo him thirty days' Im
prisonment at hard labor. On the
second charge of intending to com
mit an offense he was ordered to give
a bond of S100 with one good surety
that he will keep the peace and com
mit no offense against the woman for
one year. W. C. Achi noted an ap
peal lor defendant.
They Mutly lie It !
IF NOT; WHY NOT?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, it
cannot be othcrwhe than wholesome,
relreshing and delicious.
Our leading llavors aie Pineapple,
Oiaiige, Strawberry and Giapo Juice.
We have all the others but our
specialties are those named. lee
Cioam Soda has also piived voty
As we manufacture our own Soda
Water from Pure Bicarbonate Soda,
wo claim it is belter than that made
with marble dust. Those who have
tried it, concur with our statements.
Having poi footed the Ice Box we
aie enabled to pioduce colder soda
All Ibivors with Ice Cream, 10c;
Vichy Water, 3c ;Sauci bitumen Water
and llunyudi Water.
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO..
Cormir Fort Ji: Jvliltt "-l i'5!lH.
A Trip to Hauna Loa
Great Crater of Mokuaweoweo.
Special niMiigcments h.ivu been
m. nit by the Volcano House Company
for sending a party to the top of Ma
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMR. MALL
ON JULY 15 and return on tho
steamer Kiuaii arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUXD
TRIP T1CICEI', including steamer
fine, animals, guides, blankets, foods
and till expenses will bo $100,
which includes all of tho regular o
Poiibch of a trip to the Volcano. Tho
tup includes a thiee days' stay at the
Volcano House after the return from
gj0 rickets can be obtained from
iho luter-lslituil Steam Navigation
Co,, and full information will bo sup
plied by said Company, E. C. M.ir
Secretary of tho Volcano Company-
Applications for tickets should he
made immediately as tho number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 181)2.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the voiy lowest
ntaiket rates foi cash.
Bell Tele. 414. "XBtioBaBr Mutual Telo. 19.
THE BULLETIN 1" "'o leading
I daily paper of the Kingdom. 50
ceuU per month.
E? ?! 1 fl l.i 9 P
nnii'iiuion the nrilv.il
J. O- PFLUJGE
llii D.iys from Bremen, w1th
Uiia & Puiuts,
Buns & Bugging,
1-S r JI0 ,
Cement & Firo Clay,
ii I. h A -
AtHaiclel, ----v K.uai
The Princeville Plantation Go.'s
Now iu post'ssnu of C'luis. Koehing.
This I a Complete Sugar Kstate, with
New Diffu-iou Works, capable of mak
ing lii tons of sugar each -JI hours.
Tlio Lands aie
and Flumes aie
all fenced, and Ditches
all iu order for irrigat-
There are Houses for Manager, anil
Overseei.-, anil Laborers; Hail Tracks
for transposition, and Implements. All
will be leased for a term of yunv-
Theie are a.'if) Acres of Plant raue and
210 Acies of Fh-sl Hatlooiis lo cut olf
in December ami January next. Alo
Oxen ami Mule-, all of which can be
Possession to be given .lulv I.
TliU affords a line opportunity for a
co-o)erative company lo be organied.
r For terms which will be com
mensurate to tho times, apply to
President P. P.
Co., over Hi-hop
Fort Stroet. ovor F. Gcrtz's Shoe S ore.
View, Landscape & Portrait!
Views of the Island
Constantly on Hand
Natives Making Poi, Grass Houses. Ha
waiian Stylo Billing, Hulilmla Daueois,
Cocoanut Groves. Palm it Dale Giovo,
Stieot Views it Bul'dings, War Vessels,
Shipping it Marino Views, Etc., Etc.
SfiT1 Al-o a Largo Collection of all
Prominent and Inleiesllng Views of the
Hawaiian Islands either Mounted or
BOOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIEWS
Made up to order at the inii-l Itea-
souable Bates iu Honolulu.
Cailiiut'lM Only t?." IVr Ilozen !
moi tsrv. o. box ids -&t rtf
Now Landing !
J. C. PFLUG-ER
A New Supply of the Celebrated
- FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
to jiot :
COTTAOE on Emma stieet. lately oc
cupied by Mr. Moi 'ai thy. Rent $:!0
per month and water rate,
COTTAGE 011 King stieet, Kewalo,
lately occupied by Mr. Claieiico
Ciablie. Rent $25 per month and
water rate. Hit Hn
A MAX who iiudeistaiiiL fannliig
and taking caic ol stock; must ho
sober and ilion uglily posied hi Ids work
and I111M) good lefoieiicon; none but a
coiiipetent mall need apply. AdilicsS
"P. O. Box L," llouululu. HI lin
CAUGHT OUT !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE OO ,
Fort slreet, oppo. Spreckels' Banx, Honolulu.
The liist reqiiisik' is. a omul plate. There .MAY be other
brands as good as the SdEO PLATS, but. if so,
we have failed to lincl them.
k Full ail Fresn Sniglr 01 Haiil ull For Sale by
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
lOtt "ort Ntrtrt't. :
!04 Fort sstreew, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
car FOR 1 WEEK ONLY -
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS,
Don't lie Deceived!
In eeklng a medium wherein to aihcr
WARES or WANTS
Doa'l lit deceived b llie ileehiralloiis uf
unscrupulous piilili-hers, but
examine into lite
Of tho two English dallies. Yon will
Ibid that while tho lltn. 1.1:1 in Is
Hot continually boasting,
IT CM3TS Til hi K IS
Iu a wa) ei) gratifj inn to adv rti-ers.
n r 1-lf 4 q-s f- Quit I
(ill Itl IJ.O& LU OUlt
FOR SALE BY
H. HAOKPELD & CO,
We have a It AT TRAP, made in
France, that beats anything of tho
lilntl you over saw.
seven at n time, if yon lmti that
many anottt your promises.
We sut a trap at niaht mill catch
tbreo or four rats at a pop. If your
chickens lire annoyed by Gophers or
Mqngcoio set one of those traps and
you'll raise more chickens.
'lmv' I V'l'I Vfj ' !? TM
M V Iv hi
Hm flhi UH&.
: : : Honolulu. ?! I.
LATEM' STYLES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS !
x on cis.
I HAVE ibis dav given to lleurv
D.nis. .. (!.' Wilder and E L
.spalding the exclusive right and privi
lege to tiie game picscivcs of the lands
included iu the l.i'llehua Kaiich. Di
li ids of Ewa and Wal.tuao, Island of
1 (Signed) .1 V..MKS I. DOWSE'I'T
1 Honolulu, .Inly -s, lb!).'.
1 EPEKRlXii to the above the undei
1 j -Igned civi' notice llmt having ae
ipiircd iho exclusive light to the ahove
meulioiied game pie-ervcs for tho spe
cial purio-e of bleeding game blids,
impoileil ami otliui wise, all pel sou-aie
heieby uotill il and forbidden lioni
iroiiig on said laud- to shoot or hunt
gaunt of auj kind whatsoever. Any
person disieginliug till- notice will lie
(signed) HENRY I) Wis.
S. IS. WILDER.
' E. I. SPALDING,
llouohilu. July h, ls'-J. 407 M
C. L. BRITO,
Comer of Smith and King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Line of
And Reci ives New Consignments by
Ew-ry Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cenls a Pound.
FOR SALE I
LILWE l-our I'luo Residence Sites,
situated on I llkol street, for sale.
'The Lots have a ti outage of lit feet on
I Plikol slieol ami mo '.'0U toot deep, aiu
j nicely laid out lu Unit and shade trees
and are all covered with grass; watei
j laid 011 throughout. Thu situation of
j these Lots and iho limited imiiibei make
1 .1... 1...... ..!!... ......il,.,.....
I II liciivssiii lil.il Humming i'iiii iie-v. -
' should make caily application to Iho
1 undersigned, from whom all particulars
can uu unil. .1 ,o. 1 . .uuiiu.un
lMuturu Fntnius math) 10
onlur I'roin lulu.st styleH ut'
111 on 1 1! i no-; Kniioi'iil Ion ut
! tl pictiuruti a Hpuulalty at
1 Ivtng liros., Hotot'stvoot.