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RlUMllEL. Esq., lM-iliisil.iy been
nppnintod u Notary l'uhho fur tliu
Second Judicial Uucu.t of thu King
C. N. SPENTEll,
Minister of the liroiior.
Interior Ollhv, Ju'y 11, l&UJ.
flidaeil to ncttfiir Sect nor Mitty,
Bui rstaolisicd for the benrtit of all,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, lS'J-'.
A GREAT LOSS.
A page of the Uullutik was open
ed yesterday, after thu printing oi
the issue had begun, to admit biictly
the sad news of the death of A. J.
Cartw right. Owing to a large
amount of local news to-day and the
arrival of a foreigu mail, an obituary
sketch of the eminent resident now
lost to the Kingdom must bo deferred.
It would be hard to conceive of any
other death that would cause such a
blank in the community as the one
now reeoided. Mr. Cartw right was
prominent in almost every line of be
nevolence and chanty. The Queen's
Hospital, the Honolulu Librrry, the
American Relief Fund, etc., are in
stitutions among those of which he
was a valued supporter and counsel
lor, lu his career he has been the
trustee and the business confidant of
many people, and has managed the
affairs of more than one loyal per
sonage. Alexander Joy Cartwright
was born in New York city on the
J7th day of April, 1820, making him
over 72 years of age at death. His
first arrival at the Islands was in
August, 1S41), and his permanent
residence in Honolulu dates from the
early part of 1S52. Thu venerable
partner of his life for more than half
a century, together with his two sur
viving sons and their families, have
the universal sympathy of the commu
nity in their bereavement. The cause
of the laic Mr. Cartwright's deatli
was a carbuncle in the neck, the
fatal development of which his con
stitution, still rugged otherwise,
could not resist. Tlie funeral will
take place at 3 o'clock to-morrow,
and be conducted by Hawaiian
Lodge of Free Masons, the Fire De
partment, of which the lamented
gentleman was one of the founders
and a foimer Chief Engineer, being
also summoned to attend in a body.
It was a rare bit of poetic justice
that Colonel Volney Ashfoid, tin.
Hawaiian leader, was obliged to
leave Honolulu on the very sailing
vessel that bore Premier Gibson inio
exile. Gibson had a narrow eseapi
from an excited mob, but the result
was the same m both cases expatri
ation, with little or no chance ol
recovering former prestige and
power. Ashfoid leaves a brother in
Honolulu who evidently means to
make himself a thorn in the side of
the Government, but should the
overtlnow of the monarchy occur it
is the half-castes and the natives who
will be given the fat ollices. "Ha
waii lor the Ilawaiians" will be re
alized. f.San Francisco Chiouicle,
A GORGEOUS D1HKER.
London, June 20. The Hawaiian
Charge d'Affaires and Mis. Uoll
iiung entertained at dinner to-night,
at the Hawaiian Legation, Premier
(J. It. Dibbs of New South Wales,
together with a distinguished party,
amongst whom were seveial Ambas
sadors, icpresentalivcs of foreign
countries and other dignitaries. The
dinner was a gorgcoun affair in eveiy
respect, and the rooms weio elabo
rately decorated with the Hawaiian
and English colors. A musical enter
tainment followed the banquet, par
ticipated in by Florence Meyer, the
well-known Australian pianist and
composei j Miss Delle Thompson, an
American binger, and many others.
The Uoyal Hawaiian Military Uand
under the leadeiship of Piofcssor II.
IJerger will givo a concert this even
ing at the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:150
o'clock. The following is tho pro
March --Count I'auer Krai
Oveiturc Uerllu Life Cour.idi
luuiuMii Awakening of thu I. Ion....
Iti iiiiiiUconccs of Vcidl ('oufioy
IJoiioAeNci. Wni.Miipiiuu. Alien Ou.
Medley Musical Delusions (new)..
Fantasia Toreador and AudalniiMi
Gavotte The Valley Hells (now).Siiekiir
Pat i ol 1'he Chiuei-o (now) I )urra
The bust spring medicine is u dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
bystein and purify the blood. . For
fcule by Ueuspn, .Smith &. Co., Agents,
:i'i)ICjtiiKW.Jll JtitUM Jirfjlu-rJt ... j. li.jlTj UH'j
LffiT MBIGU Ifi
(Son JVaiicsco, Ju G, 2'cr 5. 5.
UViTIlt) hT.VI II.
Harold M. Sewnll of Matiif, Con
siil-Uenetnl to Snoot, litis toutU'rcd
his te-ijimilon mid it has been ac
cepted by Hie Piesideut In ft letter
spres-diiir the highest nppiueialhin
of iil- excellent erkv.
William Knpus ol Oiej-nn has been
appointed Consul to Mdney, N. S.
Geiietnl J lines 15. Wi aver of Iowa
wns nominal ed for Piesident by the
People's party convention at Omaha
on the first ballot. General Junius
11. Field ol Virginia was nominated
fui Vii-o President.
Tiea-uiir Daiin of the Notional
Simngs l.itik at Buffalo, N. , is a
h rauller for an immense amount.
When lut half the pass books had
i liui-ii iMiimiiiiu, the defalcation
! inoli-d up S42G,G'5G. The ollicial
Mutummit. ol the bank examjners
sliow-s lol.d liabilities of Sl,280,.'llo,
a-t-i is ol $1,000,314, and a deficiency
of $280,500. Danu has turned in
money and piopeily to the amc-iint
A mob at Vieksburg, Miss., hanged
two colored men who were in jail
charged with murder.
Mrs. Jessie Garret lost her life at
Bulnngton, Ohio, in making a para
chute descent from a balloon.
Gus A. Rogers, a professional
aeronaut, and Thomas Feuton, his
assistant, were carried to sea in their
balloon at Boston on the 4th of July
and drowned. Delos Goldsmith, a
n porter, was rescued by a boat but
in a low condition.
Cyrus W. Field of Atlantic
cable fame is dangerously ill.
Mi. Laihcrine Fox Jeuckeu, one
of the ootid "Fox sisters," spiritual
ists, died at Biondyn on July 2.
A stonu at New York on the 3d
caused a los of several lives in the
li.iv inl tiv.r-i and a good deal of
(i.imiiL'o in the city.
Be. lib linn, Pa., suffered a loss of
$lo0,0U0 by a cyclone.
Kobert L. Garner, the man who
has learned monkey talk, has left
New York for Africa to interview
apes and gorillas. He will listen to
them f i oin a steel wire cage and use
a phonograph to record their speech.
Elccti icity will be employed to shock
any beasts or reptiles that may molest
A tornado near Luna, Ohio, wreck
ed oo houses and barns and caused
a loss of two lives.
A sciious riot took place in Chi
cago, caused by an attempt of the
police to clear the landings of pleasure
boats. Some of the policemen were
badly beaten by the stalwart sailors.
At last accounts the boats held the
landings. The trouble arose from
the exclusive right to carry passen
gers to the World's Fair grounds
granted to a syndicate.
tiii; uniTisn m.r.CTiONs.
The returns of the first two days'
polling in the British elections show
ninety seats for the Conservatives,
sixty for the Liberals, eight for the
Lilieral Unionists and one for the
AleCaithyites. The Liberals made
heavy inioads into Conservative ter
lilciythe first day, but at latest ac
counts their gains had come to a
Among the defeatctl Conservatives
ii Ileiny M. Stanley, the African ex
phiier. Sianley took his beating in
a -u liisluou. A magnificent bou
quet had lii-eu prepared for presenta
tion to Mrs. Stanley on her husband's
v.spci ti-d e'ection.
Uichard Chamberlain, brother of
the once Radical but now Unionist
leader, Joseph Chamberlain, was an
other of the defeated.
The "villainous registration laws"
are charged with the small degree of
success of the Liberals, as those laws
practically disfranchised all who
moved into nctv houses the last two
As the earlier polls were largely in
Conservative strongholds, the later
contests are expected to put the
Liberals in a majority a small one,
it is estimated, of 25 in thu new
Gladstone in an election address
at Edinburghshire the first day, was
ciinliduit of his party's triumph.
IK- s.iul P.iillaincut would never
in.- ivi.ti" in n u-iid to the btiMiness of
i lu- u ii . 1 1 y until the Irish question
mi-, si tin d. The Libeials would
iciw-in ii p.iir all the present Gov
iiMiiiui wink. The demand for a
iii.u. I'Mit uuikiiig day of eight hours
Hies piuinaiure. If the miners want
ed the eight-hour day they could get
it if unanimous in their demand. If
Scotland wanted home rule she
would get it as her right, "but the
Irish question leads," said thu great
Daniel O'Connell, son of the great
Irish liberator, is supporting James
Lowther, Conservative, anil on being
asked why he was not following in
the footsteps of his father, replied
that it was as tin Irish Catholic that
ho voted for the Conservatives, add
ing: "During the past six years I
have seen the country wisely gov
erned. Gladstone's home rule
t-cheme would be most disastrous to
A traveling man who chanced to
liu in tho storo of E. V. Wood, ut
McKees Bocks, Pa,, says while ho
was uniting to sue Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in nith an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of thai medicine; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bullies lor salu
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
i". i i "Ti, i.fTTli -7i -in iivr"1' inr -
The pAdrio ll.vumv.vnr. Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Dolilton
Ware, compiling Breakfast and Din
ner Sets-, Toilet Sets, Cups nnd Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies Is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oil.
Carbulineum Avcnaiiiis by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
"VfOTICK Is hereby given that the im
1 del-signed having distrained cer
tain Goods and Chattels, the property of
XI. I. Sllva and M. Gomes, for non-payment
of rent, under the statute In such
ease made aud provided, and the said
rental and costs in distraint and removal
lemainhig still unpaid after fifteen days'
distraint; the said Goods and Chattels
will be offeted tor sale at Public Auction
at the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
Auctioneer, on J'lirKSD July 14,
1S0L', at 10 o'clock A. m , or so much
thereof as i-hall be necessary to thu pay
ment of all an ears at tlie time of such
sale, together with the costs of such dis
tress, lenioval, custody and sale.
The following is the list of Goods and
Chattels above referred to:
1 Sliipniau Engine and Outfit, 1 Dy
namo, I i't Connections, Pulley, 1 Ta
ble, 1 Desk, Plating Tools, 1 et Eleetiie
Lljiht Wire and Lamps, 1 Iron Wash
stand, 1 et Solutions, Uattery Jais, I
Plating Tank, 1 Plating Tub, 1 Dunn
Oil, 1 ct Picture Frames, 1 Woikhig
Bond and 2 Vices, '2 Sign Hoards, I
U.irred, 1 et Sundiies.
4G8 3t ANTOXE IIOMEX.
Household Furniture) !
FRIDAY, July 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK , .11,.
At the Residence of PltOF. M. M.
SCOTT, Foit Street, I will sell at
The Entire Household Furniture
1 Upright Piano,
(Hoelling and Spangenberg, Makers.)
Upholstered Chairs, Piano Lamps,
Hugs, Lacquer Ware,
1 B. W. Marbletoy Bedroom Set,
Single IJedsteads, Bureaus,
1 Antique Oak Dining Table.
Chairs, Dish Closet,
1 B. W. Sideboard.
Refrigerator, Meal Safe,
1 Fischer Steel Raoge and Utensils.
Also 1 Fine Carriage Horse,
Broken also to Saddle.
1 Double Carriage,
1 Set Harness,
Ladies' and Gents' Saddles,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
'roperly on Miller Street!
On SATURDAY, July lGth,
A.T J! NOON,
At my Salesi oom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auctiou,
That Telui Property !
On .Miller sticet near the Queen's Hos
pital, ami directly opposite the Portu
guese Chiueli. There aie
Two New Cottages
On the place bringing In a rental of
$ , and also a Convenient Lot at rear
of the above.
Ifi?" For fiuther particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
108 fit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, July 23(1,
at m o'cmicu sons.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
At Palatini, adjoining tho lesldeneo of
Mr. 0. Ii Dwlght. anil being a portion
of the propeity of tho Estate of Mui la
The Lot has a fiontngo of Ti feet on
the lam, ami is 100 feet and is 100 feet
OOA' VKX 1 KNT COTTAU K
On the Lot containing 5 Booms, Diuing
iooiii ami Kitchen, etc. Thu Lot is all
fenced: water laid on. Ail unusual up
pot tiinlty to obtain it Convenient Iteai
ueneo. CaT For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
1 fir ' ' -"miii'i t'r ' TlTi HT n
Auction Fal8 by James K Morgan.
BEAL ESTATE & LEASES!
On SATURDAY. July 10th,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON,
At niv Fiili'Monni, Queen street, 1 will
.ell at Public A tiriiiui, by niilci"
of BDWAKI) I''UK-.Ti:1'AU,
Mnilgngee, the following
1. Ill 8 100 Acres of Land at Wai
hole, Koohuipoko, Oahu.
2. 1 Parcel of Land on north side
of Merchant street, adjoining the
lumber yard of Lowers & Cooke.
The Lot 1ms u frontage of -14 feet on
Merchant sheet and is from -111 to 51
feet deej). There is it Lingo House
on the properly at piesont rented at
$15 per month.
II. Lease of Property on Punch
bowl street. Tho Lease iH for .'10
years from Mareli 20, 1SS0, at, $110
per year. This Propeity is sublet as
1. The Large Hesidence of W. S.
Luce, Esq., at $50 per month ; ox
pires in 18!)0.
2. Lot above tho Luce residence
is leased for 110 years from 18S0, it l
$15 per year.
'A. Lot and House below the Luce
lesidence, foundry rented at $20 per
mouth, at present unoccupied.
$& The above oiler uiuisiiiil op
portunities for s.ifu investment.
$J8 For further particulars apply
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Leases of Residence Sites
On WEDNESDAY, July 2T,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, bv order of II. M.
KAPIOLANI, 1 will sell at
THB LE&SE FOR 20 YEARS OF
Adjoining the rci-idcncc of Mr. V. P.
Toler on the east.
Tho Lots have a frontage of about
81 feet on the Waikiki road, aie about
l.'il feet deep, wit ii a line fiontago of
81 feet on the beach.
The Lots all have a frontage on an
unrivaled clear sandy beach. The
bathing is first-class, being among (lie
best at Waikiki.
&J0 The Lots are staked out
maiked fiom A to E.
gjSf For fuither particulars apply
JAS. P. fllORG VN,
IG'J int Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
REAL ESTATE !
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, July lClh,
AT I- ll'OMICK XOOX.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
.Slinated at Nlupal)iil. Honolulu, at tear
of it'shlmiee of 11. F. Glade, Esq.,
1 IlOUiSJlg LOT
Containing -27-100 Acre. Theso is a
Dwelling Hoiihc on the pieniiMis,
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot i-oiitalnlng 18-100
Ofiy Deeds at piiieluihcrb oxpeie.
For fuither pattleiihirs, apply to
JAS. V. MORGAN,
108 6t Auctioneer,
-tgiiitt, A NICE Cottage on l!i-iu-
iTM&'f TOB timI" sUL'ut "-' ill'l
MjiiciS Etieet, coiittiinlug I'ailoi-, To
lieihooins, liathrooin, Dliiliig-ioom,
l'antry aud Kitchen-, .Servant' itooni,
Carrhigo Hoiieo, Stable, etc. TiameaiB
pas', eveiy SO minutes. Apply otllcu of
this paper, l&a tf
FOJt KENT or luE SE
4L - -in', x ji:illl?U3 Ull 4.I1IU1U
i$L I ituw.r l.il.ilt. wi..ii..t...l l.t
niii. ii i,.., .... ,.,
2xH A. II, Naone, a New and
Desirable House containing Kitchen,
ISathiooin, etc, etc. Aleo, Outhoiiees
on the )iemises, will ho railed or
leie-ed. Posseission given 1st of July,
Apjily on llio pieuilAs.
100 lm 1 A. B, NAONE.
iintl ' rvr ' Ti "iirirTii -inni riniirniin'iTlufni
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 60.
ILMJIlAltl A. MfClJICSiV,
Issues Every 'Desirable Form of Policy I
T . . J
II has paid US members pmcc its cngamsalinn THREE" HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLI ARS.
Its .Now Distribution Policy is the most lilieral ever offered by any Insurance Company,
tar For full particulars applv to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auci on S les by L"-vis J. Lwy.
Notice Is hereby given that lu nceoid
atice with the law lu such eases made
and p'-ovlded, 1 will rnuse to be sold the
following in tides of llooug Chang Toug,
taken bv mo lu dlstialning for lent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Tabic,
2 Square Table. 2 Chairs, 2 stools, 1
Lain)) and a iiumtlty of Medicines and
Cy Said sale will take place at the
Auction Sulcm-of nii of Lkwis ). Li:vi:y,
Auctioneer, coiner of Knit and Queen
strcct, on F1SIDAY, Julv tilth, at 10 a m.
15 lfit NU GOON.
V. F. REYNOLDS, Pkophii.toh.
Sole Agent for the
Dooiesiic km Kacle
This Machine i:- now improved -o
an to make either Chain Siitcii oh
Lock Stitch. Ii MaiuU ut the head
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of Machines.
Sewing Machines cf all kinds
gj? Don't foiget that this is posi
tively a CASH bTORE no private
individual can obtain Credit. Every
thing tlnreforc Ciihat.
Stationery and Blank Cooks!
GU1TAKS, from if 1.00 up.
Fuinoau.v'h Beautiful Views, of tlie
Lawn Tennis, Rackets and Ralls.
Base Ralls aud Ratb.
Popular Bound Eooks
At 35 Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
HJPSpceiiil Arrangements for school
Mipplies. 4G0 If j
H. HAGKFELO &
OFFElt FOR SALE
AN AKOItT.MI'XT OP
Genuine Bavarian Beers!
Comprising tho following' Cele
Now being landed ox "J. C. IMluger."
And Other Late Anlvals:
Holsten Beer, Flensburg Beer,
LIh-eliloss lleer, Porter, Kt-.. Etc.,
SI. Louis it Milwaukee llccr, qis and pts
Quarts and l'lnts;
Chuet, Poll Wine, blierry,
bwi'dlhh Punch, Cognac,
Whiskey, Kio., Etc.
1 on sai.i: nv
II. W. SCHMIDT
I no iw
j-vi , rpWO Nicely Furuli-hed
iJif JL Jtoouio centrally located.
UiSMklJ Eiuiuhc 1!ui.li:iin oniee.
J1CKLY Furnished Co.it.iL'o
Apply this otllcu.
Kent $10 00,
i-VJnSKttJ U Ueietauii Mieet, opno
fcSJlSiBlte Foit-fctieetChuieh. Ap
ply to H.l. LILLIB,
a82 ti At Theo. 11. Davius & Co.
! aff & t IP A
rfl it s J
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaaliumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane Assoriwst of Niw Goods ci "Beinirc."
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
Sew Rugs & Carpets
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PCS F.RIOE REDUCED &
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
'X- IX 10
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old E.yrAiii.isni'D
ilea diesis & Rofriorator
China, Crockery k Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Iraplem .ms & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; maile by a special
process aud always reliable.
Carbolinoum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Xew Uloek, Fort & Merchant street.
m g) a
S04 Fort Street.
Just Received a
I ' 'I 'SM
Guaranteed to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
jeer Tho Adeline Black Stockings sire llio Kent Made -a
TEMPLE OF FASHION
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANb, ETC., ETC,
3- PiCJVKJ 1 1. A. ri- W ! 2a
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EIIliLICII & CO.,
Corner Fort & Hotel streets.
At (lieatly lfediiet.il I'riees.
C!li.i .tie roilieicb at iff) a 1'air. Hhu I; IJi-adid Cape for Ladies, $f lieduced
fiom ijiiri and ().
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of Clnillien at -10c. per yaid. i'2-iiieh All Wool Drosb
Goodh, in l'lain, .Striped and Checked, leduced fiom
tl to (iOo. per y.ud, at.
B. F. EHLEES II CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
fltar Uressmaklug under the management of MltiS CLAKK. -g
OF WiM YORK.
It l nliti'ilt.
w r :k
as few w
New Invoice of the
1S f m &$ ! .