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First iniiirtor ot the Moon on this 31st at "Jli
1 '.in u. in.
FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1892.
It M S Alameda, Morse, fiom ban trail-
Stmr O It BiMiop fiom Wnianae and
Stan .1 as Makcc from Knraa
RMS Alameda, Morse, for the Colonies
at 10 p m
Stmr Klnau for Maui and Hawaii at 2
From San Francisco, por stmr Ala
med:i, July 29 For Honolulu : W A
Baldwin, II A Baldwin, Mis Biown,
E P Chapin and wife, K J Iinanishi,
Mrs Anna Kennedy, 2 children and
nurse, Mrs Knudt-eu, Mibs N Knud
sen. E A Kuudsen, A S Knudsen, F
A Knudsen, V Mol.e.ui Kruser, M
I' Lewis and grandchild, Miss Lewis,
L C Lvnian, Thos A Mack, Miss Mc-
G iwan, Mrs W C P.irke, Mibs Parke,
Miss A H 1'aike, Mito Eva Parker,
Miss Helen Pinker, Dr. Itodgcra, Rev
J P Rogers, Miss M E Itogors, Miss
Helen Rose, T Sugiyniiia, Mrs L
Snodgrass, Miss Snodgrnss, C L Von
Bunckcn, and 1G steerage. For Auck
land : E Donner, and 1 steerage. For
Sydney: Thos Adams, Mrs M A
Adams, Miss Adams, J S Adams and
wife, S P Alexander, Arthur Scott
Browne, Thos Booth, Win Emerson,
S Freshman, wife and infant, E J
Forbes and wife, Rev J F Fitzgerald
P A Hadley, Mr Harvey, C F Kopseh,
Mr Leonard, Sid S Palmer, II Queen,
Rev A C Richaids, wile and child, Mr
Ryder, Thos Roberts, James Stowe,
Martin Simonscn, C Shainwald and
wife, Win P Stewart, Geo II Wood,
and 23 steerage; on at Honolulu,
Fred Andrews. For Apia: Lieut J
HC CoHin.U S N.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kinau, July 29 For the Volcano:
Mr and Mis Huntei-Brown, D II
Campbell, Mis A McDonald, Mrs S N
Hundley, Mis.s A A Lewis. For way
ports: Miss Williams, Geo II Robert
BJii, Jules Desfontaines, T It Moss
man, wife, child, boy and bervant.Mrr
Jarrett, Miss Kinney, Miss Wilder,
Wi.l o Wilder, Miss Brewer, Miss Had
lny, Nellie Hall and bister, Mrs GSan
denian and two children, Georgie
Sandeman, Mr Tibbs, 11 0 Palmer,
W I Wells, Mr Howard, Chang
Ghong, V K Seon, Miss Curtis, Miss
Kenwill, Miss Buheler, G C Akina,
liana Kaaepa, Miss Annie Beers, Miss
Julia Quinn, Miss Beers, Miss Cockett,
Miss Wahinakoi, F S Lyman, L
Lyman, L Aseu, Miss Moore, Miss
Green, Miss Jane Hate, Miss Alex
ander, Miss L Alexander, Maator Alex
ander, Mrs Mackenzie, Mrs Utai,
Father Sylvester and boy, Mrs C C
Kennedy, 2 children and servant, and
'Iho bai kenthie Planter, Dow, master,
wl 1 leave on Tuesday.
The bark Matilda has commenced tak
ing iu ballast nml will leavo shoitly for
The sailing of Hie steamer Kinau was
delayed for over half an hour tills after
n ion by late mails.
The schooner Moi Wnhlnc will leave
for Kohala, Keokea. Piuuillo and Polio
ikl on Monday at 1 p m.
l'iie Albert and W II Dhnoiid for Ho
nolulu and the Harvester for Ililo aio
projected departures from San Francisco.
Arrived utjSan Francisco July 17 BK
Albeit, 18 days; ship Iiuiunoro, 20 days,
heneu, und bktno Wll Dliuond, 17j days
from Kahiihtl. 20 bk Ahleu Besse, 21
dujs from Kiihuliii.
OltOZlKIt-llOWIE III Honolulu, July
28, lb!)2, by tlio Rev. II. H. Pinker,
Charles Crn.ler and Adelaide C.
GRALT-HOWLVND U the lesldenee
of Hon. H. H. Dole, inly 98, 1802, by
the Rev, J. Usborno, George Ru
dolph Grim and Maiy Caitwrlglit
Rowland, both of this city.
JAOKSON-A1WOHI In ilonoliilu, July
2S, 18U2, by Rev. O. M. Hyde, Wal
lace Jack6on and Eiiuna Aiwohi,
both of this city.
The beat spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system anil purify tho blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hkad, 3 p. m Weather
clear, wind lighl east.
The Stcons-Smilli combination did
not arrive by the Alameda as expected.
Ttiiiitn was one line of $2 in tbo
Police Court this morning for drunk,
Tin: S. S. Alameda will resume her
voyngo lo tho Colonies at 10 o'clock
Puiibkr J. U. amton, of the S. S.
Alameda, has the thanks of the Ditm.i:
tin for news favors.
The French flagship Dubourdieu
was ut Tahiti when the San Francisco
packet last left there.
Miss Lowis, sister of the Lewis
Bros., grocers, was n passenger by tho
S. S. Alameda to-day.
Thk hill tcTgivo tho P. M. S. S.
China American registry has been
defeated in the House.
Jui.ns Desfontaines, the traveler,
was n passenger for Maalaeii by tho
steamer Kinau this afternoon.
Tun Ahahui Melo Nocaii Hawaii
had n satisfactory rohcaisul of the
"Crusaders" yesterday afternoon.
It is reported that thousands of na
tives have been killed in tho Philip
pine Iblauds by a volcanic ei option.
Chili: has oflered $75,000 in gold
as compensation to the relatives o
the U. S. S. Baltiinoio's sailors mur
dered by a mob.
Sr.NAToit Morgan has introduced a
bill in the Senate, to provide for a
cable to Hawaii and (Jlima. It is
Celso Ciesar Moreno's telieine again.
A PoivruGUKSi: boy leading a lame
pack horse leported at Police Station
at noon that a fellow named Charlie
had hit tho horse with a stone and
Jose Rodiigues of Pauo.i died yes
terday. The il.ig at (ho Portuguese
Benevolent Society's hull is at half
mast in his memory. He was buried
Tun Mis?0h Eva and Helen Parker,
daughters of His Excellency Samuel
Parker, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
returned from school on the S. S.
Alameda this morning.
Tnu instiunioiits of 'he Concordia
Portuguese Catholic Band arrived this
morning by tho Aliineda. All the
members are niiuested to be present
at the club to-night at 7:30 p. m.
Mn. J. B. Sutton, the gmii.il and
obliging purser of the S. S. Alameda,
has greatly improved in health, and it
at present as well as ever. Mr. Sut
ton's many friends will be pleased to
hear of his recovery.
The British electioiib have resulted
in the return of 3M Government to
35'1 Opposition niembois, with two
elections to be hold, giving the new
Gladstone Government tho narrow
majority of 40, and that of diileieut
Captain Henry L. Howibim, U. S.
N , has been detached as a membei
of the Lighthouse Bo.ud ut Washing
ton and ordered to the Maro Island
Navy Yard as captiin of the yard
Captain Howison was formerly execu
tive otlieor on tho U. S. S. Ponsacola.
The Eniei son-Booth Minstrel Co.
are through passengers on the S. S.
Alameda for the Colonies. They may
bo induced to stay over when they le
turn, when Honolulu people can again
enjoy Billy's melodious voice. Mr.
Emerson is an old kainaaimi with
Mn. Wallace Jackson, the popular
hackman, and Miss Emma Aiwohi, n
young gchul.tr from Kawaiohao sem
inary, were united in tho bonds of
matrimony last night. Rev. Dr.
Hyde performed the ceremony. The
wedding took place at the North Pa
cific Missionary Institute.
A native named llaalou was pick
ed up as drunk on Nuiianii, near Ho
tel street, at 9 :30 lat night. He died
in the station at 7 this morning An
inquest is being held this afternoon.
The turnkey on one of his usual
hourly rounds discovered that the
mini was uncoiihcious and Dr. Petor
bOii was called. All tho doctor's bkill
Mn. E. Ellsworth "Ouroy has been
appointed the ropiebontativo of the
Californian Illustrated Magazine on
these islands. Ho will contribute to
a series of illustrated articles on Ha
waii, which it is tho intention to mil
regularly in the maga.iiio. As tho
Calforuian h the best illustrated maga
zine produced on the Pacific Coast,
with this feature of local interest
added it should secuie a large patron
age in this kingdom.
CONCERT AT SEA.
The following program was given
on board the II. M. S. Alameda on
the evening of the 27th, in the cabin,
and was enjoyed by tho full comple
ment of the passengers :
Song "Star Spangled Banner".
Song "Kuinmer Night". Miss Helen
Recitation ".Mrs. Malony"
Mr. Win. P. Stowait
Song "Venuoiaii Song".. ..MissKvi
Song "My Swealheart when a Boy"
Song "Lullabyo" ... .Miss Lewis
Trio "Ahoho Hoy".. ..Misses Eva
Parker, Hulen Parker, Miss Lowis
Quartet Selection ..Mecsis. Morrcll,
Jnekell, Wilbur and Winans.
S. S. ALAMEDA.
The Oceanic S. S. Alameda dib
chnrgedSun Francisco pilotJuly 22d,
I p. in,' Stopped for Honolulu pilot
July 29th, 9 a. in., G days, 19 houis,
32 minutes. First forty-eight hours
strong N. W. winds and tough sea.
Thence Hue wcaHier, smooth sea, wind
light from N. 15, lo 15. S. 15.-
SuNiuiKN relieved at once by Cu
I'linibei Tonic. Bem-oii, Smith t Co.,
BISHOP OF PANOPOLIS.
Ootini'iiintlnn of FiiIIht JulMlnn"rt
AlMiiilnliiioiit to Niu'cecil tlio Inte
Itlhlinp or OHi.1.
To-day's mail has confirmed the
news of V. Kcv. Father G uhlan's
appointment as successor to the late
Bishop of Olba. Ills ofllcial title is
"llishop of l'anopolis."
There is none among nil the Falhcis
of this Mission that is a more worthy
successor to tho late lamented bishop
than V. Hev. l Guhtan. His ap
pointment lias caused universal satis
faction both among tlio Fathors nml
the Catholic population of these
Islands. They all extend to him
their hearty congratulations and they
wish lif m a long and prosperous
The llishop elect, V. Hev. Francis
Guhtan Ropcrl was bom in the dio
cese of Valines, Brittany, France,
in 1839. Ho was educated for the
priesthood in the seminary of St.
Anna and received iiis ordination in
Mie Cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris
on May 2G, 18GG. Willi three com
panions lie left his native country
Sept. 21st the year following and ar
rived here June 9, 18G8. For 15 con
secutive years ho discharged the du
ties of the sacred ministry in the Ha
makua and Kohala districts of Ha
waii until he succeeded the V. Hev.
Father Leonor at Wailuku, Maui, in
1883. Last year he was appointed
Vice-Provincial of this Mission anil
in February of the current year he
came to Honolulu, where he has ever
since resided at the St. Louis Col
lege. After the death of the late
Bishop he became Provincial and
performed, in a great measure, the
arduous church woik of the deceased
I'raiciM'illiiUN In lii! r.xtrnillllou Mut
ter In Sun l'iniM'ls'i.
July 8th a hearing was had in the
United States Circuit Court in San
Francisco on a writ of habeas corpus
on behalf of Illinois Wise, cook of
the barkentine W. II. Diniond, held
for the murder of a Chinaman in
Honolulu in March. The United
Slates Marshal's return showed that
the accused was held on two -commitments,
one issued in the proceedings
instituted in b-half of the United
States, and the other upon the extra
dition matter. As counsel for the
accused admitted that the first com
mitment was valid, llic Court declined
to pass upon the question as to
whether the second was valid or not,
and promptly dismissed the wi it, re
manding the prisoner to the ciiatody
of the Marshal.
July loth the matter came up be
fore the United Slates Commissioner
for the purpose of taking depositions
under the extradition laws. The
pi honor appeared in person and by
counsel, and caused to bo entered of
record of the proceedings of the
United States vs. Illinois AVise an
admission of the defendant to the
following effect: "That the deceased
Chinaman was killed on board of the
bark V. II. Dimond, at or aboul the
lime mentioned in the complaint.
That at the time he was killed the
bark was moored to the dock in the
harbor of Honolulu, and at lire time
of the killing the deceased v,as a pas
senger on board the W. II. Dimond
for the purpose of being conveyed
thereon from Honolulu to San Fian
cisco." Thereupon defendant waived fur
ther examination and insisted thai
the Commissioner had no discretion
in the matter, but must hold the de
fendant lo answer before the United
States Grand Jury. This the Com
missioner did. The admission of the
defendant that the deceased was a
passenger was made foi the obvious
purpose of claiming that the offense
was cognizable under the United
Stlaes laws, end, the Federal Courts
having first acquiied jurisdiction,
the defendant could not be extradit
ed. Messrs. Lindley & Eiekhoff,
counsel for the Hawaiian Govern
ment, insisted that the admission was
contrary to the fact as it would be
developed upon the trial, and was
only binding so far as the piclimi-
nary examination was eoticerneu.
Tho Commissioner declined to pass
upon the matter of jurisdiction, say
ing it was a matter to be decided by
the Circuit Court.
A statement has been made by
Illinois Wise, in which ho endeavors
to shift the crimo on the ship's
watchman and a Chinese vegetable
neddler. Counsel for this Govern
ment were awaiting thu arrival of the
Honolulu steamer to bring them tho
Chinese deposition. When this reach
ed them they would prcsenl it to the
Commissioner, with such other evi
dence as thoy might liave, and there
the matter was likoly to rest until
the caso was disposed of in the Circuit
As the prisoner is safe in the hands
of the United States authorities,
dipt. Hopkins will return by tho
steamer Australia. Should tho trial
of Wise take place in San Francisco,
it wil he dilllcult to obtain convicting
evidence. Depositions will not bu
received in tho trial of a criminal
action. Counsel have written to tlio
Hawaiian Government for instruc
tions, and say their course has been
approved by Consul-Geneial McKin-
i :, . ' . .--- '
UTUATION by a Japanese. Girl, obe
dient, fa t bin and wllllnir to no
ic,s v. 1.," tills
a Yoiiikj Man us hook-keeper for
plantation or store, uuy icicr-
enees. Apply "A," ijiii.i.i;tin uiuee.
FmiiAY. July 28, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10
. Prayer by
Minutes of previous
read and approved.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Bills 133 to 13S
inclusive and also the answer of the
President of the Board of Health to
questions of Hep. Kamaiioha as
printed and ready for distribution.
Minister Spencer repoited thai the
Queen had signed the following Acts
viz., (1) To amend tlte law relating
to the holding of an nddilional term
of the Third Judicial Circuit. (2)
To create Ilonoipo as an additional
port of entry in the collection district
of Kawnihac, Hawaii. (3) To
amend Iho law regulating the internal
police of Iho Kingdom. (I) Relative
to the election laws of the Kingdom.
Minister Wideinanii gave notice of
his intention to move the insertion in
the Appropriation Bill of an item of
$2."i00 to cover damages obtained by
one John Kahahawai for water taken.
Under suspension of the titles the
Minister of the Interior gave notice
and then read for the lirst and second
time a bill to provide for the pay
ment of $20,000 to further the com
pleting of the dredging of Honolulu
Rep. Kanealii moved that the bill
be referred to a committee.
Minister Wideinann said that the
bill was brought in under piossiire;
the day lias expired for the payment
of sonic of the money due. The
contractors may throw up the con
tract and for this reason if none other
the bill ought to be passed.
Rep. Kanealii said that it was well
enough to pay but why this procras
tination? Why have the Ministers
wailed a whole month before bring
ing in this bill? As to the workings
of the dredge- itself it was very de
sirous that the House have some
definite knowledge of its capability.
The matter should be examined into
and reported to the House.
Rep. Smith agned that it was very
unsatisfactory the way in which this
matter had been left till the last mo
ment. But it was very important.
as if the payments were not made the
contracts would be broken. It would
would be very bad to interrupt the
woik now, and veiy damaging to the
Government if llic present contracts
were bioken. Thought that the mat
ter had been allowed to delay too
long, but yet he was in favor of
passing the bill.
Hep. Nawahi favored the harbor
being dredged but did not like man
ner in which il was being done. The
dredge was a gigantic sucker, suck
ing up sand in spots but leaving the
rocks and coral. What was the cost
for the little hole made? It had
been whispered lo him thai the con
tractors themselves tlo not believe in
the dredger and he thought that if
they only obtained the amount now
asked for they would very prob
ably give up tho work altogether.
The dredge was now being worked
on Sundays contrary to law. Per
haps il was a dispensation of Provi
dence that the dredge should not be
successful. Favored reference to a
Noble Marsdeu said thai the pre
vious speaker had made a strong
argument in favor of the bill being
passed, and that was, if paid, Hie
contractors might throw up the work.
The contractors were capable, relia
ble business men and were bonded to
the Government for the completion
of the work. If the amount was nol
paid the contract would surely be
thrown hack upon the Government
and they had no recourse. The
dredge is now doing good work, as
the bottom is mostly sand. About
one-third of the work is done. It was
in the line of cconoury for the House
lo appropriate the amount.
ib wanted by a J.ip-
C. J. McCahtiiy has lois
street foi Mile.
Annii sii.ivmg mo Oiicuinbur Skin
I nine, BeiiMju, Smith & Co., Agents.
Tin: barkentine I'lnntoi is announc
ed by H. Hackfeld it Co. to sail for
San Francisco on t A ugnt 2d,
A. W. Kawaiula has been appoint
ed a member of the Niihati Road
Board in the nlaco of K, K. Bull, re
Laiii:h' fchainpooing mid hair dress
ing done at their homos by Miss
Wolf, 73 Beictauia tticet, Mutual
Telephone tiilli " -S-JIni
Jii:i,ioioiis omen and i iioiuluid will
be ooi vul eveiy morning c.uly at the
Pul.icu Ice Cie.iui Pailois, l.lldwigsou,
,v Cnui, Uoli I '",,,'1 J",f
A. Danuk, ophthalmic optician, has
.ill niivoilli-oniuui. in huh imiur ui
great inteicbt to per.-ons whoeo own
or fiiendo' sihi in dofeulho,
Oiin:r Justice Judd issues an older
lh.it the legular term of the Third
Judicial Ciicuii at Waiohinii be post
poned lioui iho lirst Thursday of
September to the eighth day of Sep
tember. Dll, McLi.NNAN has lellioved lo
Alukuii stiecl. oiiiMiMto thuY.M.O.
A. hull, piowit-ch lately occupied by
lloomr Luu. Olllco hours, U to 12,
2 to J and cunngs 0 to 7. Sundays:
10 lo 1. Bill Uloplioiie, P.)7, Mutual,
S2. 2-1 f
Mist Mahv Lvi.i:,lalnly book-keeper
with Egan it (iiinii, is .oparul t Mo
btuiiogMphiu '"' type-wiiting at
nimluiiito r.it's- Graduate of lloald's
Business Ci'lU-go, San Kr.iui'ituu.
Olllco witli C. J. McOnithy, lift Mer
chant sticel. 2-lm
OUR STOCK OF
ALL OF WHICH ARE FRESH.
EVERY PACKAGE GUA
l-oiMilsii Prices !
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Cornel' l.'ort A; Ivlntr -t !
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30.
Benefit of Kavaialiao Church.
Under the Pntinungc of Her Majesty
The AiiAiiri Mr.i.n Hawaii Xouau
will give Niels Guile's lleaiitlfiil C.ni
tata, in three, pails, entitled,
ii Tl . n j h
triy The Cantata will he given in Ha
waiian, miller the management of Mrs.
Ilaalelea, with nppiopiiato Tableaux,
Cotiunin;r. etc. Solos by the Well
Miss F. J. Nolle,
Mrt. Lr-ihulu Keohuk'jlole,
Mr. Robt. S. Kapui,
As-Meil by an Klllcient Choi us and Or
chestra under the ilheeliou of Prof. II.
Herder, with the help of D. K. Nnoiic
and O. L. Nnoiic.
OS)'" Lihiettos for the occasion will he
for sale at the Opera lioiie.
SI. 00. 7io and ",0e.
Adini-slon: SI. 50,
l& Box Olllee
July L'lith, at 1 I'
Lewis .1. Levey.
at Hie olllee of
I2LKOTION ol OPKIGISKS.
AT the annual meeting of stock
holders of the llaualei Sug.ir
Mill Co. In Id this day, the following
ollicers were elected for the cuMiing
President. .Chas. L. Cm lor, Esq ,
Hon. J. N. S. Williams,
Secretary I.O, Carter,
Treasurer. ...Geo. II. Robertson,
Auditor J. O. Carter,
Who ate also Direelois of tho Com
pany. J. O. CARTER,
Secietnry H. S. M.Co.
Honolulu, July 18, 1802. -lTl-lm
Siiiriir Comimny will iilcae take
notice that thu annual meeting of the
Company will bo Hold at Hie olllco oi u.
Brewer & Co., Queen stieet, on WED
NESDAY, August 10th. at 10 o'clock
A.m. A.C. LOVKKIN,
Secretary II. S. Co.
Honolulu, July 'in, 18!)2. IS1 lit
MIE Annual Meeting of tlio Stock-
holdeis of the Wahihlnii Amlcul-
tural it Gnulng Co. wjll bo held at the
olllco of the President, Mr. M. 1'. Robin
son, In Honolulu, on WKDNHMlAY,
August II, IHtiL', at 10 o'clock A. m.
C. P. I.VUKKA,
heei clary W. A. it G. Co.
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Boaid of
Tiustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will ho held at the Room of the Cham
ber of Cominoice on MONDAY, tlio 2.d
AiiL'iist. lb'.)'-', at 10 o'clock A. m , for the
piuposo of cousl lerlug piopo-ed amend
ments to the By-Laws.
Honolulu, July ua, IP'.i-'. 47b lui
MIE undersigned desires that till bills
against the t'lllcilou saloon ior
the quiuter ending June Hoth bi)( pre
sented at once. L. il. DUE,
Honolulu, July 'JO.JbOi. 180 Ut
i- iW. I
t WmWiw lily Wf !
In! an! Foods !
WOULD YOU DO IT !
If to keep up wilh tho fashion you
weio asked to sing u song,
Would you do it Yes?
So would I.
If upon some etirrmt topics you were
asked to come out strong,
Would yon do it Ye.-?
So would I.
Smiii' think all public mntteis area
horrid bore, lml I
Like men to have opinions (hey are
umiIj to stand by.
Now if ever for your Queen mid Ooiiu-
dy you were asked to din
Would you do il Yes?
So would I.
It's time we .topped sonio people
fintii lb icing Hawaii's purse,
Sonic I.egiblnlive blunderers want
sending buck to iiurso. .
Would you send them Yet?
So w.iuld I.
fiie plows which tu.n our soil up
should be light and strong and
If 1 said the "Henhiiv Bukakiiu'.h"
worth more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
Children's Hats - - - Infants' Bonnets.
The Largest Assortment Can be Found at
Mr. - a
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
CHILDREN'S LACE HATS-
CHILDREN'S SILK MULL HATS. '
CHILDREN'S SILK HATS-
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN MATS.
CHILDREN'S STRAW & LEGHORN HATS-
INFANTS' LACu BONNETS.
INFAN IS' CHIFFON BONNETS.
INFANTS' MUSLIN BONNETS.
INFANTS' SILK BONNETS.
Sun Bonnets in White, Cream, Light Blue aud-Pink.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT IN ANY STYLE OF
GLASSES or SPECTACLES DESIRED!
.TWO Nicely Furnished
ljSj' J- Rooms centrally located.
rkivifU Enquire Bui.mrriN Olllee.
iK-U 4 X1 IOICLY Furnished Cottage
Jtf&pM 1 at Mnklki near lfciela
SfiSEisa? iila-sticiit car. Rent S 10.00.
Apply this ollle.1'. 101 tf
DUVAL PREMISES, III
Ileretaiil.i street, onno
slte Foi t-street Church. Ap
At Then. II. Dnvles .v To.
NEW House of Five Rooms
on Magazine sticel, with
Bathroom, Patent W. (J., etc
oiiiuiaiuls one of (he llucst lews in
Honolulu. Apply to
177 If J. M. VIVAS.
t NICK Cottigu on Bcre
. inula street near Pllkol
stieet, containing Parlor, Two
Bedrooms, llathrooni, Olulug-rooui,
Pantry and Kitchen , Servant's Room,
Cariiage Home, Stable, etc. Trauicars
pas-, every '20 minutes. Apply olllee of
this p.iper. -ins tf
FOR KENT or LE VSE
HE Picmii-os on Emma
sticel hitely occupied by
A. B. Naone, a New and
Desirable House coutnluiiii; Kitchen,
llathrooni, eto , etc. Also, Outhouses
on the pieuilse?., will be leuted or
IcsimmI, Possession given 1st of July.
Apply on the pieiulses.
WJIm A. B. NAONE.
NOTICE (o DEKTOUS.
t'HK undersigned lieieby gives notice
that shu Is tliu solo owner of tho
jewel y liiisliio.-8 hcreloforo conducted
lor her on Foit struct, Honolulu, by
Joseph Hiibash. That shu has deter
mined o elo-.e on! said bii-Jucts mid to
call hi all oiitMauillug iiLCuiiuts, where
foiu all pat Ilea owing accounts for goods
liiiich.ieeil or woik iloiiu at her stoiu am
iieiehy untitled to uiaku prompt payment
of the sauiu to C W. Atlifoid, at his
olllco on Men-haul stieet. Mr, Ah
foiil'sieceipts wlli bo good awpiltnuice
for all such account''.
MRS. E. BATOHELOR.
Honolulu, July It, lb'Ji. ni'JW
V tf v i
A. XIrI? ?
IIFI T ?
Beg to announce the anival of the
German Bark ,
11!) Days from Bremen, with
Oils & Puints,
Baga & Bagging,
1. O I 13 ,
Cemont & Firo Clay,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
EOK SALE I
I HAVE I-our Kino Residence Site?,
situated on i llkol street, for sale.
The Lois have a n outturn of IU feet on
Pllkol street null Mi) '.00 feet deep, aio
nicely laid out In fruit and shade trees
and are all covered with grass; water
laid on throughout. Thu situation of
these Lots unit the limited number make
it neees-aiy Unit intending iiuichasers
should iiitiku early application to tlio
undersigned, from whom all pirtlcuhus
can ho had. JS. F. MORUAN,