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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS,
Kona butter al -10 cents is what
Henrj' Davis & Co. offer.
Tlio July term of tho Supreme
Court ended on Saturday last at
0:30 p. in.
Fine linen and silks will bo sold
by James F. Morgan at his salesroom,
Friday not at 10 oVloek.
Mr. J. V. Lulling and wife armed
homo from tho volcano by tho steam
er W. Gr. Hall yesterday afternoon.
A nicotine of tho St. Andrew's
Chinch Association will bo held to
moriow evening in the Cathcdial
Charles Williams has been ap
pointed a niomber of tho Hainakua
I?oad Board, in place of J. "Waio
Judge Dole declined to sit in tho
hearing of tho lato C. Alco's bank
ltiptey caso to-daj', ho being an in
Tho mountain annlo season is
again around, and crowds of small posit of tho denomination of ton dol-
Wedxesdvy, Aug. , 181)2.
Assembly convened at 10.0.").
I'rayer by the Chaplain. Minutes of
I ho proiious meeting were read mid
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee reported Bill 128 printed
and leady for distiibution.
Bop. Waipuilani gae notice that
Opium Commit t co No. 2 would hold
a mooting in tho Houso at 8 o'clock
to-morrow morning for tho pmpoo
of meeting tho deputy-shot iff and
witnesses subpronaod fioni Eua.
Minister Wideniann presented the
following ansiiors to questions of
Hop. Smith relative to tho issuance
of $10 coitilicatcs:
(1) I have signed certificates of do-
boys may bo seen returning from tho
mountains with tho luscious hint.
Tho members of the Legislature
visited tho dredge at work on tho
bar this afternoon, consequently
there was no session of tho House.
THE DAILI BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3, 1802.
V1 DM M1Y, i
Ilk Jl.ngaret, Peilcrson, til duysfru
castle, N S W, via Sidney
Vessels Leaving To-morrow. ,
fetmr James Mnkcc for Hainakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stiur Yv" G Hall 2) lie.ul cattle, 2 iohi and
i!ides, 1 hore, 1W) sundries, in bdls
hides, 2JAS bags sugar, 52 bugs colke,
12S bags aw a.
Fioni Hawaii and Maui, per stinr
W G Hall, Aug 2 From Volcano:
J W Liming and wifo, H N Castle,
J W Frost on. From way poits: Hon
J Richardson, Father Syli ester, Mi-
T C Wills, Miss Ella Dayton, J P
Lino, W Vibraus, T Brank, G V Jon
kins, E L Doyle, Mrs Dr Lindloy, .1
Ahia, J K Kokaula, Mi Apo, Misses
Dougherty (2), Mrs Fahao, Mis F S
Chanuy and children, Miss L Kua
ana, 5liss Minnio Bolster, Misses
Clark (2), J Reynolds, Mrs A Clark,
Dr Bell, J M C'amara, Jr, Mrs Ka
maiopili and 2 children, and 8(5 deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudiue, Aug
2 Hon R D Walbridgo, Mis Walker,
Mrs W King, Mis Biouuing, C B
Wolls, Miss Virginia Calhoun, J H
Noni and sou, A F Franca, Mis H
Law s, Mrs A R Law s, A Fernandez,
wifo and sister, Elias and Antone
Lory, L Ako, wifo and 2 children,
i - Mrs H G Tread way and son, Mrs
-V'Ttfolanthy, Miss Waiamau, W R
For Kauai, por stmr Mikahala,
Aug 2 His Honor Justice R F
Bickorton, W C Achi. J L Kaulukou,
H Morrison, Miss M Soronson, Mrs
E Mollor, J F Colburn and son, Miss
L Hart, Sister Albertina, C W Spit,
wifo and family, Miss Glade, Mrs W
E H Doverill and children, V Knuit
son and 3 sons, Mrs W A Kiha and
niece, J W Jones, C J Croighton, A
Rosa, K Okotsk, Sug Chong, Hons
Paul Noumann, G N Wilcox, and W
O Smith, Master Smith. W E Row oil,
H Kluogel, C II Caiter, Judge J
For Molokai, por stmr Kilauoa
Hon, Aug 1 J F Brown, J A Gil
nian and wife, Miss Lillio K Paoha
olo, G J Kanikau and 21 others.
The Htenmer James Makce will leave to
nioirow morning at !) o'clock foi l.ahalua,
KuLaiiui and Hainakua.
'Iho bark Margin et, Pederon inaeter, ar
rived this morning from Newcastle, N. S.
V., via Sidney with coal, feliu is docked
at the P. ii. S. K. wharf.
PA JUS At Forest Home, Kaawaloa, Ha
waii, July 2tt, 1MI2, ltev. John Davis
Palis, aged 82 jeais and 10 months.
Tho following firms wore interest
ed in an attempt to put a Chinaman
named Tai Loy into bankruptcy to
day, in tho Supremo Court, each
claiming by right of law that Tai
Loy was indebted to each to tho
tune of &250 and more: T. H. Davios
& Co., Pacific Hardware Co., T. W.
Rawlins, Alien it Robinson, Kwoug
Hip Lung and Ed. Hoirschlaegor &,
Co. Aftor hearing of evidence of
tho complaining witnesses by Judge
Dole, W. H. Castlo for defendant re
quested tho Court to defer judg
ment in order to enable him to put
in a brief. Tho request was granted.
O, L. Carter for petitioner.
Public Moonlight Ooncort.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Milittuv
Band, Piof. H. Borger, loader, will
gi o a concert this evening at Thomas
Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock,
Following is the program:
touii'h I.a Haiiaii o ko Alii
Ovcrtine Poet and PctiMint
I' Initio LucreIn Hot gia DonUi
biliLtiou -Marttan t Wulliue
Mile, 1 wo, nine, lout. .11 it til Hill, Wui
Mcdli'i to usii ol Delusions
Patrol The Chinese
(iaiottti The Vullo.i Hells ,
tout eh Ta-ia-rii-booiiMlu-tty.
Four honorable incmbeis of the
Legislature aio absent on tho other
islands P. Neumann, W. O. Smith,
G. N. Wilco and R. D. Walbridgo.
Sinco tho school vacation began
crowds of youngsters can bo seen
daily going out to tho dredge dump
to gathor shells and other deop sea
A number of people taking adian
tago of tho blight moonlight last
night ii cut out on hotsoback to Wai
kiki, where not a few took a dip in
Tho moonlight concert by tho
band at Thomas Square yesterday
oi oning was largely attended. This
oioning another conceit will bo giion
at tho samo place.
A roport comes from Kau that
Madam Polo's spirit has not been
seen for some time, and tho super
stitious are of tho opinion that the
climax will soon come.
"Sweets for tho sweets" are part
of what tho poet said filled the
nowspapor, when desciibing tho
postman's arrival in tho village. It
is vorified in this issue by tho Elite
Ice Cieani Parlors.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will 1)0 held at tho residence of
Judge Dole, Emma street, on Satur
day oioning, Aug. Gth, at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. A. Seioiin, of tho Aloha
gallor', took a group picture of tho
Hui Mole Hawaii Noeau in full cos
tume of "The Crusaders" in front of
tho Kawaiahao Church at noon today.
Firo engine companies Nos. 1, 2'
and .", and Hook & Ladder Co., will
hold their regular monthly meetings
this evening. Tho Hooks' now Fen
ian flag with an orange initial is (ly
ing from their llagpolo.
Tho yacht raco to Ilauauma and
return will take place on Saturdaj'
not. Tho yachts will bo moored oir
tho iishing ground, when tho paity
will land and hrvuiiato on fish chow-
dor, providing, of com so, that any
idiiui bo caught.
A Japanoso club has boon foiined
in town. Tho organization celebrat
ed its initiation in grand stylo in tho
old Mossman block on Nutianu and
King streots on Saturday last. Tho
hall and stairway were nicoly decor
ated and tho members received their
friends dining tho day and ovoning.
His Honor Associate Justico Rich
ard F, Bickorton, Deputy Attorney
General Cioighton and monibors of
tho bar loft on tho steamer Mikaha
la j'ostorday ovoning to hold circuit
court at Waimea, Kauai. Justice
Dole is thus loft alone in his glory,
as tho Chief Justico is on the otlror
side of tho island, with tho inillioii
dollar suit on his mind.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic, Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Beretania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, fiOand fil Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2.")c, and f()c. a night; ,?1
and SI. 25 a week.
Dr. McLennan has reinoied toAla
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lut. Ollico hours, '.) to 12, 2 to 1,
and o citings (Ho 7; Sundays lOtol.
Boll telephone 1!7 ; Mutual (182.
lars for tho amount of ten thousand
dollars and thoy haie been issued,
that is, passed out fioni the Treas
ury, on last Saturday. (2) They weio
issued tinder a mistake, as the law of
1890, in which tho ten-dollar coitifi
catos was omitted, was absolutely
unknown, Ignorance of tho law, I
know full well, is no excuse for dis
obeying it, and 1 must therefore take
all tho blame due fortius inadiertenl
action of mine.
Tho Minister said, fuithcr, that it
was too lato to retrace the steps
taken, when ho was mado aware of
this law, tho issue had been begun.
Sinco then ho had taken pains to re
tiioio the eiror and the bulk of tho
issue had been returned and was now
again in tho Treasury.
Noble Thurston said that the other
chry ho had folt called upon to call
tho Minister a ten-cent financier, but
ho must acknowledge that a liso of
100 percent had boon made, and the
Minister should now bo classified as
a SlO-finaneier. (Laughter.)
Minister Wideniann laughingly
said ho was glad that the mi'inbci
appreciated tho adiance, it could
not bo said that tho Minister had
not improicd. (Laughtoi.) Tho $10
nolo was tho most useful of all the
notes issued. Ho had had a cottiei-
sation with a piominent man in the
community (ho belioied ho was tho
authoi of the law of IS90), and he
had urged tho spcakei not to with
drew tho S10 note from eiiculatkm.
It lias with this latlci puiposo in
liow that ho would now inlioduce,
under suspension of the rules, a bill
to piovido for the issuance of .?10
Tho Minister read for tho first
time a bill to amend Chapter (i, Laws
of 1890, relative to the Currency.
Minister Spencor asked for and
was granted fui t hoi timo in which
to answer questions propounded by
Rop. Pita and with reference to tho
Superintendents of tho Loper Set
tlement. Rep. Waipuilani ollered a resolu
tion that SOOO bo appropiiatcd for a
wharf at Kailua, Koii.t, Hawaii. To
Commit teo on Public Lands.
Rep. Akiua ofloied a resolution
that S500 bo apptopriated for ex
tending a wharf at Waimea, Kauai.
To Committee on Public Lands.
Rep. Aki otl'ered a resolution that
1500 bo apptopriated to repair tito
water head at Waimea, Kauai. To
Public Lands Committee.
Rop. Nahinu presonted a petition,
under tho guiso of a resolution,
which was rutin nod on account of
being out of order.
At 10:35 Rop. R. W. Wilcox moied
tho Order of tho Day, and the mo
Tho Assembly resolved into Com
mit teo of tho Whole, Rop. Nawahi
in tho chair, and piopared to pro
ceed with tho consideration of items
in tho Appioprintion Bill,
Noble Cornwell moied Hint tho
Commit tee take up forconsideiation
tho deforted item of "Queen's
Rop. Bush wits opposed to con
sidering the item or intioducing it
at tho prosout time) and seveial good
reasons could be advanced for defer
ring action. There was a Bill before
tho House which had not been re
ported on by tlte committee haiing
it in charge, The number of soldiois
at present in employ was no protec
tion for tho Queen, and as far as
ornament was concerned tho least
said tho better.
Noble Coinwell contended that
tho time was piopor, and light now
tho item could be considered, ff
tho Bill spoken of passed, thou tho
item in tho Appropriation Bill could
lio changed on the tltiid leading.
It had been expressed thatadosiro
was evident to railioad this item
through, If ho had so intended tho
oppottunity had been olfotcd during
tho past week, but ho would not take
adiantage of it. If tho monibors, on
consideration, considered that tho
amount was too largo thoy could cut
with Hop. Bush; ho had had three
libel suits against the member and
tried to got him imprisoned but did
not succeed. In this aigument,
however, Rop. Bush could not bo
oundor if ho nas Gladstone. Ho
did not propose to di'-cuss tho mer
its of tho military bill but did think
that the item should not bo discuss
ed now. It was out of the regular
order, as both absent members and
those present know that the items
under discussion wore in tho Depait
lnent of tho Minister of the Interior,
and no dofoned item should bo
taken up until after that Depatt
nient was ended.
Noble Coinwell said that other
members and the Minister of Fin
ance had moved the considetation of
deferred items, and ho judged that
ho had a perfect right so to do as
well as any other member. His
course was cot root.
Noblo Eua was not in faior of
consideration of the item at present.
Tho House was not in possession of
desired information, lie favored an
appropriation for the Queen's
Guard but considered that the mili
tary bill should bo leported on fust.
Minister Parker faiorcd consider
ation of tho item now. Tho report
of tho committee on tho military bill
was ready. Opposition to consider
ation was made bi those iiho in
tended to oppose the appiopiiation.
Rop. Bush said that tho nioior
know that there weio four monibors
absent who would loto against the
appiopriation and that was a reason
why ho (Noblo Cornwell) desired the
Noblo Cornwell- Who aio the
Rep. Bush Well, there is Noblo
Geo. Wilcox for one; Noblo Wal
bridgo, two; Rop. Smith, three; and
Noblo Kanoa, four.
Noblo Coinwell No! no! not Ka
il. M. S. Champion.
Prom '.Squiiinult's wooded shore,
Skimming the waters o'er,
'I he trade w Inds s iftlj, bore
II. M. b Champion.
At Oahu's Isle "lie staled,
AVheio middies, undlsmnied,
Cast elintl at mniij a tnniil
On board the Chaiiiploil.
They danced and ilirted free,
Thee ' hemes" of the fcca.
Hut lie j on sure they'll bo
Alw ii,is tin cliaiujiionsl
I think Ihcre'll tome the tlinO
When in old England's clilnp
Pair hair and ees subllmo
Will bint tho lIiiuiii1oiisI
Adim, most iiliasant hark,
No cloud noi iiieiu'iy dnlk,
Hut a white stone shall mark
'1 hi sta , 0 Clintiipluu I
I'lo it on lour way serene,
In stoi m or battle kicn,
To be, ns jim have In on,
On at llritaln's Chatnnlont
Doesn't Look Diko tho Bottom Fall
Tho alo of tho lntei -Island
Steam Navigation Co.'s stock and
Goi eminent bonds by J. F. Moigan
at noon to-day was m oil attended
and tho prices realized were far
fioni disappointing. Inter-Island
Co.'s stock staited from tho par
value .S100 and ran up to M05, the
whole ten shares being bid in by 11.
Twenty-liie hundred 0 percent
bonds were then put up in a batch
of 500 with the privilege of 1000.
Bids began at 95 and 1000 were
linallj knocked down to Mr. .1. F.
Hackfeld at 98. Mr. II. Watei
house staited another batch at S95,
and Hon. W. F. Allen wont one
higher and KXM) (S peicent bonds
wete taken at that figure- 9ti. Mr.
,J. Philp took the remainder, 500,
at the samo price.
Do We Catch Your Eye ?
If your lamp shade has
rovn old and baggy a-t the
knees we offop as a substi
tute a Cienuine
Handpainted Japanese Silk Shade
IJeautifully Decorated Paper
Shades at less than half the
JICSt1 'lhe supply is limited ;
come early and avoid the rush.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Opiio. Sprockets' Bauk.
Are Your Glasses
Miss Mary Lylo, lately book-keeper
with ISgiui iV Gunn, is prepared to it down, but he hoped that thoy
do stenographing and typo writing , would mm, at least, considet it.
at modoiato rates. Graduate of I Hop. Kamauoha favored the cou-
Hoald's iJusinoss College, San Finn-1 sidotation of tho item.
cisco. Office with 0. J. McCaithy, Noblo Thurt on said that ho was
Bulletin building, not often found on tho same sido
Noblo Thurston (to Noblo Bush)
Tell him Noblo Kauhano; he is also
Rep. Bush Yes, Noblo Kauhano.
Noblo Coinwell -Well, wo have
liep. Bush Yes. And who else?
The Chiiii called tho niombois to
order and requested them to speak
to the question and never mind
After tltreo quattois ol an houi's
aigument, Noblo Cornwell finally
withdrew his motion and staled
that he would bring tho matter up
foi considoiation on next Monday.
Kopaiia and Furniture Goi em
inent Buildings, 1 1,900. '
On motion of Noblo Thuiston,
seconded by Iho Minister of (he In
terior, tho aboio item as well as
items of Landing and Buoys and
Roads and Bridges wete deferred.
On motion the item, "Burglar
Proof Vault Tie.isui.i, &5810," had
considoiation doforrcd until the re
port of tho Financo Committee wa.s
On motion dofoned item, "Sahuy
of Soctelaiy of Boaid of linniigia
t ion, .?.)," was taken up.
Noblo Matsdon moied that the
item pass at &2100. The incumbent
was satisfied witlt that amount of
salaty, and was well paid for tho
Noblo Thur.ston considered that
tho ollico could bo eliminated, lie
moied it bo struck out.
Uep. R. V, Wilcoi moied that the
item tead to include "Inspector," nt
Bop. Bush said that the ollico was
unnecessary. From his own exper
ience in tho Interior Dopaitmont ho
know that tho work could be done
very satisfactorily by tlte regular
Noblo Baldwin was in faior of re
tention of tho item as recommended
by Committee on Ways and Means
Noblo Maefarlano faiorcd a divi
sion in tho nomenclature of the liu
migration Bureau, Ho considet ed
that immigration for population and
humiliation for labor purposes to
quired considetation as as I hoy de
soned. Thought that labot should
lie paid for by the planters and the
expenses connected therewith. This
work could bo dono by ti cloik of the
regular stall' in the Interior Ollico,
.Minister Spencer said that the
ollico was a most desiiablo one. II
was eminently piopor that thelaboi
immigrants should be properly
housed find that thoir sanilaty sin
roundiiigs should be looked after,
Tho incumbent was a cleric in the
Interior Depaitmeitt, ho only occu
pied a separate room, Ho had por
foimed his wotk in a satisfactory
manner, in fact ety satisfactorily.
Ho hoped tho fcl.'JIX) per j ear asked
for would pas-,,
On motion the item p.tsned nt
Noblo Thuiston announced that a
committee would iit tint dredge
this aftoinoon, leaving linmoi'n
wharf at 1:!) o'clock, Uo oilended
an invitation to iiioinbois to accom
pany tho committee
At 12:05 tho Coinmittoo lose and
tlio Chairman reported the wotk
Al 12.07 tho Assembly, on account
of a isit of inoinbors to the dredge,
adjoin nod until Thursday morning.
xt a meeting of tho Pacific Wheel
men lite following ollicers were
elected to serie for lite net quail er:
Captain, 1. A. Dexter.
Secretin and Treasurer, W. Hush.
Lieutenant, 11. Giles.
Tho Wheelmen decided to haie
their laces on the 17th of August.
The (list litce will bo for nioinbeis
of tho Pacific Wheelmen, ono mile;
the second, free lo all, ono mile;
third, half mile dash, free to all.
A MISFIT ?
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In Any Style of
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - HConolviltj., H. I.
Til) Picii'ir 1 1 itlM nr Co., Limited,
li.is jnl recoil od from Imnliiud ,m inioUe
of the well Known Doulton Wmc, iomiiis
ing l'uiikfust ami Dmnei Sets, Toilet Sets,
Cups and S.iiiiu-i, .lugs, cte.
1 heir stock of Plaiiliition 'lnols.ind Suii
plies is ii rj ompletev.is .ilso of I.ulirii.it
I'.n holiiiciini AeuaiIiiM 1 the liuriil,
i.tsf, 01 smallei (inutility.
CI. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stieel for sale. i? " ,
s mk .
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Whin ijou mint Portruil" Iinhn yeil
mil on Klnij Hi on., ijct their l'fho List,
anil ire Smnplfi. Tiny an' t he heal'
OUR STOCK OF
Midren's Hats-Infants' Bonnets
Tlie Largest Assortment
CAN 111: POUND AT
104 Port Str-eot, Honolulu.
OIIILDPP.N'S LAOi: HATb,
OIIILDi:i:XS MULL IIA'lb,
OIllLDIii:.VS SILK H.vh,
OIIILDltP.N'S -MUSLIN MATS,
ClIILDltnN'S SIUAW HATS,
OllLlKi:N'h Ll'.OllOUX HATS.
INPAM'S' laci; lioxvp.rs,
INPAMh' CII1KPON IIONNPTS,
IN PA NTS' MPSjI.IN HUSMIb,
IXPAN'IV .SILK I50XNi:i.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
To Lot or I.caso.
( ullage at .MiikiKi,
tan lkutaiiia strict iar.
Pent flu. Aiiiih thiHolllie.
rpVO ItOOM COlTAdi:
J on i:mina biiiare.
INI-n P. O. llovZ.
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ill II ITI.S Ollliu. .UJ-tf
j 9 HOItSP. POVi:it UPItHiHT llAXTKit
I -J KngliK) and Poller, in good working
timer, t in particulars or terms uiipiv lo tlm
1 antl Loiatul Ilullding Lotx. IikmiuI
on Kiiiau ami PeiiMKiila sir. i-t s, t his i il ,
are otleied for cala on adantageoii It mis.
Por parlleulars inquire of
17l-.' .Is .llercliant trect.
( OSblb'l-5 OP
Ai.LopwJiit ii Am: I'ltLsii i:yi:hy
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
i.uUNJ:il POUT AND KINU bTltKKTh.
DUVAL PHKMlbl'.s, II
lleretaiiia utrccl, nii
poslto Port etiiil chiin h.
Appl to P. I. LI LI. 1 1:,
iis-tf At Tin o. II
"vjp.w iioi'bi: op 1'ivp.
i M"iuin, m... .iMh"ii nniti
stud, with ll.ithrooiu, pit- Knijanii
( lit . C, etc. Commands &ifQ8,
ouuof the lincst uinu in Honolulu Apph
.1 II VP
A Xlt'P. (Ml lAOi: ON
Ilerilaiua hired, near
Pukoi t-tncl, Kiiilaiiilng
Pallor. '2 lUdrooms. llith- 3iy-5Ai
room Diiiingiooiii, Pauti) and Kitchen.
lianicars piss ivin JO iiiiiiutcs. Apiilj at
ollli not this pip( r l,is-t!
rpo oi.obi: Tin: mibixi:.Sb ok thi:
1 late In ill of 11. II. WILLIAMS, ,v vo
on account of the departure of ineinlx rs of
Mild Piriii, all rcimniiliig imtstamling Ac
i ouiits Due that Pirm hiiMt liecn plui(d
with Mr. A b llnrtui'll for liniiiediatu
Colin lion 11. II. M'lJ.LlA.Mb A CO.
Juh In, I ')-'. Ill J. II. Wood.
I ObT, JULY M, A
1-j liii) IIuim' haiing
white Rpul on lorelKiid jp
w Idle hlri .ik rontiil tit ck. "ZZ
one liiuil fool white iiiiil Jr- -
lirandid '" 'Iheahuie icwaid will he
paid lu aiooiic haiug the Iihtm nt the
rcKidonie of 111 (' 11 hlte, Siiuanu Val
lej, iiiur Judd tnet b"-lf
rpni: vi:i:ki.y iiuLi.i:nx 'iTctiT.-
1 timiiDof inteiustiiig Itivuliiig Muttir.
inland, tj nuiilid to fouiijii iountriu,fX
t rocKi!oLiu:itb i thi: hoxomu
l5 blttiAlt COMPANY will iiIc.imi take
tiotiie that the Alinuil .Mietnig of thu
Coiiipiny will he lield at the ollico of 0.
lliewerA Co., tiuien ,-lncl,un 'ediieda ,
August Imh.at In o'clock . m.
A. P. LOVKKIX,
bicri'tan 11. ri. Co,
Honolulu, Jul) '-'ii, I VU. Isl-llt
i bl'PCIAI. MLP.riNdOPTHP.llOAltl)
XV of Trusties of the Omen's Ilo-pltal
1.1.1. ,' .1, 1,1 ttl llll ll.,llll Ul 1IIU l llllllll'll .,,
t'umiuerie, on Mimda., August .''-,, ItfU, tit
lllo'ilock m for the purpo-e of cimtld
eiing proxiid AlueiidliHIits lo ll-l.aws,
Pu Order. P, A. bCUAllPKlt,
Honoliihi, July 'ii, inij. Tai
I LOST, STRAYED. OR STOLEN.
IIUIM THi: PltUMlbUb OP TUB
I Uiidirsigmd, Patioa road, time wicks
ago, u llai l'ill ,11', liuiuN high, ftct ami
mane and tail Mack, will all giuw hlack,
Ten l'olhirs (10) Ituw.ird will he ild for
thu return of thu Ptlh.
'P., I.. MAHbHAI.L.
Jill) '., 1W-. 47B--'iv