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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind light northeast.
Tlio HuiTnlo, N. Y., Express has a
portrait of tho Princess of Hawaii.
Alt Chow has been arrested for
stealing 53.35 worth of fruit last
Chiof Justieo Judd left this after
noon for a vacation atKualoal?anoh,
Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1882.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
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Wed. 3 1 0 ...5 20 8 30 5 31, 38 1 0
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Thills. 4 2 5, 0 30, 0 5 10 0 5 35 0 37 2 4S
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Sat. 0 3 5, 2 25, 8 0 10 50 5 35, 0 311 3 47
Sun. '7 3 4V 3 0 8 50 11 30 5 311' 0 31 4 43
Full Moon on tlio 8th at 111. 2Gm n. in.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 2, 1892. '
Ti'i:inv, Aug. 1!.
Stmr V G Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Schn Haleakala from Komi
Sehr Surah ,fc Eliza from Koolau
Sehr Millu Morris from Koolau
Tur.siuv, Aug 2.
Am bktne Planter, Dow, for San Francisco
Stmr O K llisliop for Kahuku, Waianae
Stmr 1'elo, for Kilauea mid Hanninmilu, nt
,'t i) in
Stmr Kunla for Kni)au,iit t p m
Stmr Claudine for Mum nt 5 p m
Stmr Miknlmla for Kuuai, at 5 p in
Restoration Day was generally
observed by patriotic Hawaiians
Mrs. A. A. Todd loiTby the baric
ontiuo Planter this afternoon, and is
going to British Columbia to nurse
The Honolulus and llawaiis will
piny the final game in the League
series on Saturday next.
Col. Sam Norris loft by the Plan
ter, intending to fish all the way to
the- Golden Gate.
The band will give a concert this
ovoning at Thomas Square. To
morrow it will play at the same
Dan Kawaohoa and Charles Booth
havo boon arrested on a chargo of
assault and battery on J. Brown at
There are thirteen cases of drunk
enness awaiting trial in the Police
Court. Police. Justieo Foster is still
confined to his houso with illness.
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr James Makeo for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudinu 1817 bags sugar, 1.71 bugs
seed cane, !)i) head cattle, OS hides, 1)5
pkgs sundries, 38 hogs, 41 bags pota
toes. Stmr Miknlmla 1055 bags sugar, 312 bags
rice, 150 sheep, 31 hills hides, 100 pkgs
From Maui, por stmr Claudine,
July 31 W B GuKibbin, Miss Win
ter, Father Theodore Lantor, J J
Drummond, Claus Spreckols, Mrs
Spreckols, Mrs M E Hall, H P Bald
win, L A Thurston, Mrs H J Austin,
Miss A Schoon, Miss K Ritchie, Mrs
Sylvester, Mr Anderson, C B "Wells,
Father James, A Young, Miss Tidds,
"W H Cornwell, xlex Athorton, Frank
Atherton,Mr Ritchie, Master Wilder,
Master King and 47 dock.
From Kauai, por stmr Mikahala,
July 31 Mrs C H Kluegol and 2
daughters, H Morrison, J It Judd, A
F Judd, Jr, Judgo J Kala, Father
Lipbert, Father Etnorau, M J Por
reira, A Stuhlmann, Quong Wah On,
Tan Wo and 33 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktno
Plantor, Aug 2 Mrs James Lylo and
child, Miss Teel, Col S Norris, Mrs L
M Todd and 1G Japanese.
At the band concert at Thomas
Squaro this evening a now selection,
"Hawaii Hoihoi Hon" (Restoration
of Hawaii) by Bergor will bo played.
Mrs. .lames Lylo has loft for San
Francisco bj-tho barkenlino Plantor,
on account of tlio serious illness oT
hor daughter, Mrs. L. E. Atwator, in
Mr. Henry JsT. Castle, editor of the
Advertiser, returned homo from tlio
Volcano to-day. His papor ought
to glow with tho lights of Kilauea
Tho suit for $5000 damages brought
by Virginia Medeiros against tho
Hawaiian Tramways Co. was dis
missed by a foroign jury in tho Su
preme Court on Saturday.
Tho members of the Legislature
must havo forgotton that (hero was
a "Restoration Da'" this year, as
they adjourned on Saturday without
any mention of tho holiday.
It has been ascertained that tho
$10 silver certificates lately boing
issued by tho Minister of Finance
aro not authorized b' law. They
are boing called in at tho Treasur'.
Tho Chinese immigrants were re
leased from quarantine to-daj A
long string of Chinese hacks was
engaged in convoying tho celestials
from tho Quarantine Station to tho
Tho steamer V. G. Hall arrived early
Tho Danish bark J. J. Lotz lias had u
newforetopgallant mast put in.
Tho barkentine Amelia left Port Ulnkcly
on July 12 for tills port with lumber.
Tho barkentine S. X. Castlo is making
preparations of leaving for tho Coast.
The barkentine Wrestler eomnieiieed dis
charging her cargo of Nowcastlo coal near
the 1. M. S. S. dock yesterdny.
Hopairs on the steamer Mokolii is pro
gressing favorably, llesides repairs to her
engines, her woodwork is receiving a gon
It is more than likely that tho bark Cey
lon will leave for the Sound in ballast, tfio
alternative being an indefinite btay in tho
stream awaiting n consignment.
Tho burkentino Planter, F. A. Dow mas
ter, sailed for tho Golden Guto about 1:30
o'clock this afternoon, Pilot Mulntyre tak
ing her out. Tho Planter did not curry u
heavy cargo, only having 4027 bags sugur,
and 8 cuses lava specimens shipped by 11,
Huekfeld it Co., SU31 bags sugar by M. S.
Urinbuum & Co. Domestic value of cargo,
$8,707.25, weight 2,1DS,35S lbs,
ItOSA In this city, July 31. 1892, to the
wife of Jos. Komi, a (laughter.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
some oxtra fine rattan furniture at
his salosroom at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning and at noon will dispose of
somo ten sharps of I. I. S. N. Co.'si
Public Moonlight Ooncort.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Bergor, loader, will
givo a concert this ovoning at Thomas
Square, conunoncing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho program:
Overture Tho Armourer
Gavotte Circus ltenz .
Keininiscences of W'ebur
Pnluiuu, Pili Aouo.
Iteiuinisccuues of Bellini
Dunce Tho Aborigines
Waltz Vienna Itonbons
. . God f icy
There wore throo Portuguese fune
rals on Saturday last morning, noon
and at dusk. Ono was attended by
tho Royal Hawaiian baud, ho having
boon a member of the Santo Antonio
Tho Stranger's Friend Society will
hold its regular quarterly mooting
in tho parlors of tho Y. M. C. A.
hall Wednesday morning, August 3,
t 10:30 o'clock.
Tho S. S. Australia will leave San
Francisco to-morrow for this port,
with not only tho usual latest nows
but more tourists. Whonsho arrives
it will bo known dofinitoly whether
Wednesday is to continue as her
Mr. Van Dyok, lately purser on
ono of tho I. I. S. N. Co.'s steamers,
loaves by tho Mikahala this ovoning
for Kokaha, Kauai, ho having re
ceived from Messrs. H. Hackfold &
Co. tho position of plantation book
keeper at that plaeo.
Prof. Borgor and tho band played
"Ta-ra-ra-boom-do-ay" as a inarch
with brilliant effect yesterday after
noon in tho Guards' marchout.
Even elderly folks on the sidewalks
kicked up thoir logs and strutted
along liko young 'tins.
Many people havo dropped into
the Bulletin oilico to see tlio papor
printed by olectricitj' on tho now
press. When everything is all ar
ranged satisfactorily, a general in
vitation will bo issued for an inspec
tion of the ontire establishment.
Tho baseball game on Saturday
last was a dismal farce botwoon the
Honolulus and llawaiis. When it is
considered that ono pays twonty-iivo
cents to see tho game, tho disgust of
the few who attended can woll bo
imagined. Tho game ended in favor
of tho Hawaiis, score eleven to six,
Horo is ono of tho many fads pecu
liar to celestials of tho lower class.
Ah Tai assaults Ah You and is him
self paid back with tho sauio medi
cine All Tai has Ah You arrested
for assault, and Aii You has Ah Tai
arrested on tho same chargo. When
brought to the Police Station, how
ever, they each pony up $25 bail.
Tho Pacific Mail steamer City of
Peking lias boon docked at tho
Union Iron Works at San Francisco
to undergo extensive alterations.
These alterations will include new
cylinders, now decks and a numbor
of changes in the machinery, in
tended to raise the speed to 15 knots
and bring tho ship into tho second
class on tho mail subsidy.
The Assembly conveved at 10 a.
m. President Walker in tho chair.
Prayer by tlio Chaplain. Minutes
road and approved.
Tho following petitions were pre
sented and referred:
By Rep. Smith from Waiinca, Kau
ai, that Waimea instead of Maka-
weli bo made a port of entry. To
Committee on Commerce.
By Rep. A. S. Wilcox from llana
loi, Kauai, that a schoolhouso bo built
at Kilauea, Kauai. To Committee
By Rep. S. K. Pita from tho dis
trict of Honolulu, that $1000 bo ap
propriated so that tho Police Station
bo provided with a bell to bo rung
at night. To Committee on Public
Tho same member also presented
tho following petitions: (1) That tho
law to mitigate bo repealed. (2)
That tho morry-go-round bo prohi
bited. (3) That native women bo
prohibited from marrying foreigners.
To Committee on Miscellaneous
Petitions. (-1) That the Board of
Health bo abolished. To Sanitary
By Rop. W. C. Wilder from 50
Chineso merchants of Honolulu and
presenting that said petitioners aro
engaged in trade in Honolulu, that
they aro of Chineso nationality and
that man j- of them aro naturalized
subjects. That there is a bill now
before the Legislature numbered 33a
relating to duties. "That they note
with serious apprehension several of
tho proposals contained in said bill
and which if passed into law would
injuriously affect tho business inter-J
ests of your petitioners and or all
other dealers in Chineso goods
throughout tho Kingdom."
Therefore the petitioners pray that
said bill in so far as it threatens in
jury to tho business of Chineso mer
chants and employers of Chinese
labor ma' not pass or become a law
On motion tho petition was tabled
for consideration with tho Bill.
Rep. Aki presented a petition of
somewhat liko nature and it also
Noblo "Williams presented a peti
tion from citizens of Honolulu that
necessary legislation bo carried out
to ensure to Honolulu a sufficient
supply of puro water at all periods
for all necessary purposes.
On motion tho petition was re
ferred to a special committee to con
sist of nine members.
By Rop. Waipuilani, that an Eng
lish school be established at Kala
wao, Molokai. To Educat ion Com
mittee. By Hep. Kamauoha, from residents
of Kohala, Hawaii, that a now Con
stitution bo granted To Constitu
By Rop. Iosopa, from Honolulu,
that an electric light bo placed at
the entrance to Printer's Lane, Ho
nolulu. To Committee on Public
By Rop. Akina, from Waimea,
Kauai, that tho sale of opium bo
licensed. To Opium Committee No.
L. (2) That Hawaiian women bo
prohibited from marrying foreigners.
To Judiciary Committee.
Noble Neumann as chairman of
tho Judiciary Committee, objected
to the reference to his committee,
thoy wore perfectly willing to assist
tho House by assuming chargo of
the most nonsensical papers pre
sented but this ono was too ridicu
lous. Tlio idea of making a law to
prohibit Hawaiian women from
marrying foreigners was most ab
surd. Ho was married himself but
there was no telling what might
happen. (Laughter.) Ho moved
that it bo referred to the Temper
ance Commit tee. (Laughter.)
Tho President ordered the peti
tion to bo referred to the Judiciary
Rop. Kamauoha presented anoth
er petition from Kohala, for a new
Constitution. Referred to tlio Con
stitutional Commit t ci.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported a numbor of
Bills printed and ready for distribution.
Rop. Kauealii from tho Committee
on Miscellaneous Petitions reported
upon various petitions and with va
rious recommendations. Report
Noble Neumann from the Judici
ary Committee presented a report on
Bill No. 87 relating to murder and
presented an amended Bill chang
ing the title and omitting the pre
amble, and recommended that the
substitute pass. Report approved;
Bill passed to engrossment and or
dered third reading on August 0th.
From tho same commit tee a re
port wasread on Bill 111, relating to
the maintaining of lights on bicycles
and vehicles of that kind which
are used and driven at night, The
committee say that the Bill is meri
torious and recommend its passage,
Report approved and Bill ordered to
engrossment nnd to third reading on
Noble Borgor from the Committee
on Accounts road a report showing
in itemized statement the expendi
tures mndo of the money appropri
ated for tho Legislature amounting
in total to $21,181.81 as follows:
Salary Representatives, $0000; Mile
age, $1'.7; Printing, $7,013.10; Sun
dries .$51-1.58; Engrossing, $78.2(5;
Proof-reading, $1,512.75; translating,
$3,02(5.53; Stationery, $120.21; News
papers, $350) Expenses of Commit
tees, $1(5.35; Ollicers' salary, $1,)!MS.
Report accepted and tallied.
Rep. Kamauoha oliered a resolu
tion that $500 be appropriated for a
wharf at llonouipo, Hawaii. Tabled
for Appropriatiqn Bill.
Tlio President appointed the fol
lowing as tho select committee on
petition relative to water supply for
Honolulu, viz.: Nobles Williams, Bor
gor, Baldwin, Voting, Macfarlane,
Kanoa, Hind; and Reps. R. W. Wil
cox and Wilder.
Rep. Bush oirered a resolution
that tho Opium Committee bo per
mitted to incur certain expenses in
tho obtaining of witnesses from
Amended, on motion of Noble
Neumann, to empower the commit
tee to call for persons and papers,
and then adopted.
Rop. S. K. Pita propounded tho
following questions to the Minister
of tho Interior: 1, How many offices
can bo held by any ono employee of
the Government? 2, What is the
salary paid R. W. Meyer as post
master? As Agent Board of Educa
tion? As Agent Board of Health?
3. What is the necessity for two Sup
erintendents at tho Loner Settle
ment? Why cannot the Resident
Superintendent send all Board of
Health requisitions for supplies to
tho ofllco of tho Board of Health in
Honolulu and save tho expense of
two superintendents' salaries, viz.:
R. W. Meyer, $1000; W. II. Tell,
$2100? State tho necessity for a Resi
dent Superintendent or Agent of the
Board of Health? Cannot all sup
plies bo bought direct by orders
from tho Leper Settlement to the
Board of Health?
Rep. Smith interpolated the Min
ister of Finance: 1, Has the Minister
been issuing certificates of deposits
of (he denomination of $10? If such
certificates havo been issued, by
what authority has such issue been
In support of tho questions Rep.
Smith said that there must be a
mistake somewhere as the law which
formerly allowed the issue had been
Minister Widomnnu said the law
had not been repealed.
Rop. Smith said that laws were
made in 187-1 and in 18S(! allowing
tho $10 issue, but in IS!K) it was
amended to allow only issue.-, of $20,
$50 and $500 note.-,.
On motion the consideration of
Bill 120, relating to tho time of com
mencing personal, actions was taken
up and passed to cugi eminent and
to third reading on Saturday next.
Unfinished Business brought up
further consideration of Bill 33 A
relative to duties and the following
items were passed as hero printed:
Section 2. Thai s-aid Section 2 of
tho said Act be and the .same is here
by amended to read as follows:
Section 2. There shall bo levied,
collected and paid upon the follow
ing goods imported into this King
dom specific duties as follows to wit:
On kid and all other leather and
skin gloves, three dollars per dozen
On cigars and cheroots, ten dol
lars por thousand.
On China tobacco, fifty cents per
On camphor trunks in nests of
four, two dollars por nest.
On camphor trunks in nests of
two, ono dollar per nest.
On China matting, one dollar per
On tea, ton cents por pound.
On peanut oil, two and one-half
cents per pound.
On beau oils and other China oils,
twonty-fivo pur cent.
On China boots and shoes, I wonty
five cents por pair.
On China .slippers, ton cents per
On single camphor-wood trunks,
fifty cents cack.
On port, sherry, madeira, and
other wines of a like nature above
twenty-one per cent, of alcoholic
strength; also on all cordials, bitters,
and other articles of any name or
description containing alcohol, or
preserved in alcohol or spirits above
that rate of strength and below
thirty por cent., unless otherwiso
provided for, two dollars per gallon.
On champagne, six dollars per
dozen reputed quarts, three dollars
por dozen leputed pints.
On sparkling moselle and spark
ling hock, four dollars per dozen
reputed quarts, two dollars per
dozen reputed pints.
On claret, Rhine wines and other
light wiiiin under twenty-one per
cent of alcoholic strength, not other
wise provided for, forty cents por
dozen reputed quarts, twenty cents
per dozen icputod pints, and fifteen
cents per gallon if in bulk,
On ale, porter, cider and fer
mented drinks not otherwise pro
vided for, forty cents per dozen re
puted quarts, twenty cents per
dozen reputed pints, and fifteen
cents por gallon if in bulk.
Motion was now made and carried
that the deferred items bo con
sidered. Lines 5 and (5 of Section 1, iz:
"clothing, ready made, and wearing
appaiel of every description made
ill in whole or in pari ten peiccnl."
were considered and parsed.
Lines 7 and 8, "CliincM" clothiig
manufactured or imported finin
China ready made and wearing ap
paiel of every description iiiadi- up
in whole or in part, lent I'm- pi r
eent," came up for consideialioii.
Rep. Smith and Hop BiiMi I l li
spoke strongly against the pa- -.e
of the Section as presented .t .i,
pending action, a motion was made
to take recess at 12 until 1:30 o'clock.
Before tecess being taken, how
ever, Rep. Smith piesented a report
of the Visiting Committee to the
Leper Settlement, and on motion it
was referred to the Printing Com
mittee. The House took recess at 12:05.
Do We Catch YouFf iV ?
If 3'our lamp shade has
grown old and hnggy at tho
knot's wo offer as a- substi
tute a O'unuine
Haiidpaiaied Japanese Silk Shade
l.eautifully Decorated Paper
.Shades at less than half the
So?5 '-ho supply is limited ;
come early and avoid the rush.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
Tin: Pacific ilAimwAiti: Co., Limited,
bus just leceived from lhigland an invoice
of the well known Doulton Ware, compris
ing llrcukfast and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Jugs, etc.
Their stock of Plantation Tools nnd Sup
plies is very complete, us nlo of Lubricat
Carbolineum Avonarius by the banel,
case, or smaller tmuntity.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E, V. "Wood, at
McKoes Rocks, Pa., savs while he
was waiting to seo Mr. Wood a little
girl came in with ah empty bottle
labeled Chamborlnins 1 am Halm,
and said, "Mamma wants another
bottle of that medicine; she says it
is the best medicine for rheumatism
she ever used." Fifty cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
When ynu remit a Portrait EnUtnjvd
nil on King llroi., ijcl llioir Price List,
and sre Sum flfs. They can't be beat!
Are Your Glasses
A MISFIT ?
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In Jijrxy Style of
ss or Spectacles
OUR STOCK OF
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jv " ior.Aains
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HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
I09 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, TL. I.
ALL OK WHICH AKU KlIKSH. KVLKY
Oiiiclreii's HatsInfaais' Bonnets
Ttie Largest Assortment
CAN' Hi: KOTNl) AT
104 Fort Sti'eet, Honolulu,
cniLi)i!i:x's laoi: hats,
CHILDKKX'S MULL HATS,
OHILDKKN'S SILK HATS,
CIIII.DHLX'S MUSLIN HATS,
CHILDUr.N'S STUAW HATS,
CIIILDltr.N'S LKCUOKN HATS.
1NKANTS LACK IIONNUTS,
INKANTS' nilKKON HONNKTS,
1NKANTS' MUSLIN llONNLTS,
INFANTS' SILK HONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
To Lot or Lease.
o Xl'.W COTTAGES ON
JL r.mnm Sipinio.
1S7-W P. O. Uo. ..
1 Cottuge at Mukiki,
near Iteretania street car.
Kent in. Applvthirtollice.
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
C'OKNKK KOllT AND KINO ST It K UTS.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION J
rpilK UUGULAIt MONTHLY MLKT-
1 lug of the Fliu 1'ollco will be held
THIS iTliewluy, Angina I'd) KYKN1NG
at their new Hall, corner Hotel and Furt
HtrcetH.at i u clocK wliuip. llieutleiiiluui-e
of every member in requested.
LOST, STIIAYED, OR STOLEN.
T.-MtOM THU PltF.MIHUS OF TIIM
1 undersigned, I'uium mud, thiee weekn
ago, a Hay Filly, 11$ hand!' high, feet and
iiiniio nnd lull lilueki will all gmw black.
Ten Dollars ($10) Howard will be paid for
the it-turn of the Filly.
F,. L. MAltSHALL.
July 2i, 1N)J. -17.S-'J
ALL PUIIbUNH AltF. IIF.ltUHY FOIt
blddcn to Fish, Shoot, Drive Cuttle or
Hoimib, or otherwUe trespass on any of the
property of the Waliuuualu Pluuiutioii
without special pi'miUMuuof tho Manager.
Any person found tropuing us above will
be pro.-i-ciih-il uecordlug to Inw.
K. S, U.IKKDKUM,
Manager Wuiiuaimlo Plantation.
Honolulu, July i, I mi.', lt-3t
rpWO NICFLY FUU
1. niched Itoinus, cen
trally located. lncuhe at
IU11.1.KT1.N ouice. asm
Davies ,t Cm.
DUVAL PKKMISUS, 81
lleretunia Mrcet, oil
poite Fort hired chun-li.
Apply to It. 1. 126.96.36.199',,
iis.Mf At Then. H.
NF.W IIOUSF, OF nvi:
room, on Magazine
Hrccl, with Itathriioin, pat
ent S . ('., etc. I'oiinnnnils
(Miu of tbe llne-J vh'WH in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
9 HOKSK POVYF.U UI'KKiHT lt.YXTF.lt
Jj Kugiuu nnd Holler, In good working
order. I' or particular or terms apnlv to the
WO VF.ltY DKSIHAltLi: AND PLF.AS-
aullv Located lluildini' Lots, located
on Kinaii and Pouxaeola it reel.-, this city,
aro oliered for wile on advantageous) terinV.
For purtieulurs Inquire of
ITiMhv ."W Men-hunt street.
, NICK COTTAGK ON iyu .-.
V lteretaulu Mlreet, ncui- SWpSl.il
Piikoi ctreet, containing jttti'ifvi
i unor, - iiciirooun), iiuin- "zz.i&tz.
room, Diiiiugroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage lloiis-e.Stable.ete.
Truiiu'iirn past, every iai minutes. Apply nt
nlllco of Ibis p.iper. Ks-tf
OST, J PLY iM, A
1.J Hay Hiiimi having
wliite hpot on loreheutl, e
while htieuk round neelr. wS.
one hind foot white, ami t - -
branded ",". The abyvo reward will bo j
paid to aiiv one leaving the horxe ui tho i
residence of Mr. 0.11, white, Niiiiauu 'ul- '
ley, near .matt strcci, ls-tl
rpili: WLKKLY HULI.KTIN lx COL
1 limns of liitcioMlug Heading Mutter.
11uiuW,1; mailed to foreign eountrieiO.
rpo CLOSK T1IK HUSIXKSS OF THE
L lute llnu of H. II, WILLIAMS ,t CO.
on account of tho departure of member,! of
mi id Firm, all remaining outstanding Ac
counts Due that Finn have been placed
with Mr. A. S. Hurtwell for linmedialo
Collection. II. 11. WILLIAMS CO.
July IS, IK.'. Hv J. H. Wood,
ViTOCKHOLDKKS IX THK HOXOMU
k5 bCGAK COMPANY will i.leuse Hike
notice Unit the Annual Meeting of the
Company will be he'd at the nlllco of C
llrewer.v Co.,0ueon street, on Wednesday,
August lUlh, ui 10 o'clock a. M.
A. C. I.OVKKIN,
Secretary U.S. Co.
Honolulu, July at, IHH. Isl-llt
ANNUAL MEETING. .
rpHK ANNUAL M1XT1NG OF THE
1 Stockholder of the WAIOHINU Ali
ltlCULTUKAL AND GKAX.INO CO. will
beheld at theolliceof the President, Mr. M.
P. Kohliifon, in Honolulu, on Wednesday,
AugUbt 3. It!).', nt 10 o'clock A. i.
C. P. IAUKF.A,
IsO-St Secretary W. A, ,V G, Co.
xV of Trustees of (he Oueen's Hospital
will be held tit the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August '1. IsDJ, tit
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpos-o of consid
ering promised Amendments to Hv-l.ius.
Per Order. F. A. SCHAL'FKK
Honolulu, July W, ls'Ji, 47f.iu