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Tondors for Purchnso of Hawaiian
Xotlco Is hereby given thnt under autlio
rtly ot Chapter .'is, Session laws of lss,
"An Act to give greater security to Depo
sitors in tho Hawaiian Postal Saving
Hank," tho Postmastor-Oeuoral oiler for
salo $0,()00 of Coupon Bonds of the Hawai
ian Government, Mich bonds to lie tatted
in the denoinlnationof One Thousand Dol
lars cneli, redeeinahle In not lo-s than live
years nor more than twenty years, with
interest at six percent, per annum, paya
ble semi-annually, principal and interest
payable In U. S. gold eoln, thu bonds to
express on their faee that they are issued
as security for the l'ostal Savings Itmik
Tenders for thu purchase of the whole or
any part of said bonds will bo received at
the. olllcn ofJtIrtj-'llegislr.'ii-rirTublic Ae-cooniS.-'l'inance
Department, up to VI
o'clock on THURSDAY, the 1st day of
Tho l'ostmastcr-Ocneral docs not bind
himself to accept any tender, or the whole
of any lender.
WAIIT.K HI 1.1,,
Dated August -, IfeiU.
H. A. Wtur.MANN,
Minister of Kinanee.
Minister of Foreign All'air.
C. N. Spockh,
Minister of Interior.
H. A. WtnKMANN,
Attorney-General ad interim.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Land8 in Kau, Ha
waii. On SATURDAY, September;!, lb!).', at
12 o'clock noon, ut the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, will he sold at Public Auc
tion, tho Lease of the Government Lands
of Mohakapu and Pohakuloa, also includ
ing Kaalaala and Kaiouln, in Kau, Hawaii,
containing an area of IXHil Acies, a little
more or less.
Term Lease for 10 years.
Upset price, $2o0 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
Possession of the above Lands will be
given January 1, 1893.
C. X. SPENCRR,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Aug. I!, 1802. l8S-3t
Foreign Office Notice.
Voiieius OrvicK, 1
Honolulu, Aug. 'J5, lftll'J. )
An official notice of appointment having
been presented to this Department from
the Chinese Legation at Washington,
MR. VOXG KWAI
has been officially recognized as the Assis
tant Commercial Agent for this Kingdom,
and all his official acts as such are ordered
to receive full faith and credit by tho au
thorities of Her Majesty's Government.
Minister of Foreign Affairs. "
507 lt-55 It
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents umukn of Juild street
arc requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock a. M.
JOHN 0. "WHITE,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu. Aug. 10, m. HM-tf
FUIDAY, tho 2il day of September,
being the Anniversary of the Ilirth of Her
Majesty the Queen, will bo observed as a
National Holiday, and all Government
Offices throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
0. X. SI'I'XCRR,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Aug. W, Ibir.'.
MK. W. K. II. DKVKIULL has been ap
pointed by tho Hoard of Education, School
Agent for the District of Hanalei, on the
Island of Kauai, in place of Mr. Chas.
Koelliug, who has resigned.
By order of the Hoard of Education,
W.J AS. SMITH,
Office of the Hoard of Education,
Aug. 15, 1802. -tOlKit-ar.'t
TEE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Purhj,
Bitt Established for the Benefit of All.
FUIDAY, AUG. 2(5, 18)2.
Major Wodohouso, who has re
sided horo as II. B. M.'s Commis
sioner and Consul-Gonoral, has now
boon promoted to tho post of Minis
ter Resident. Wo understand that
this appointmont comes from Lord
Salisbury, aud was made before tho
formation of tho now administration
in England. Major "NVodohouso has
made an honorable record here as a
member of the diplomat ie corps, and
ho is to bo congratulated on this
recognition by his Govornmont of
long and faithful sorvico.
Tho now British Cabinet is the
same as was published in tho Buli.k
tin of Tuesday last, with tho addi
tion ot the following, who wore men
tioned there or olllcos not thou
named: Earl Kimborloy, Secretary
of Stqto for India and Vico-1'rosi-
dent of tho Council; Aliirqtiis of
Ripon, Soeretarv of Statu for tlio
Colnnitw; Sir Goortfo (. Trovolynn,
Soi'ietary for Scot laud; Arthur Hor
liort Dyko Aclaiul, Vico President of
tho Council of Education. Haron
Houghton i- Viceroy of Ireland with
out a scat in the Cabinet. Earl
Kimherley i1 a coumii of His Heel
lcncy .Major .1. 11. Wodchoiise, just
promoted from Hritish Coinmisioncr
to Minister Resident at Honolulu.
The new Cabinet is disappointing
to tho Radicals, of whom the, only
thorough representative, in it is Mr.
Tho Gilbert Islands Taken Posses
sion of by H. M. S. Royalist.
The Uilborl Islands, consisting of
three, groups, were placed under the
sphere of British influence in tho
Pncilic on May 127th by having the
British Hag hoisted at Hutaritari by
Captain Davis of 11. 1$. il. S. K'oyai
ist, and a formal protectorate de
clared m tiio name ol ijueeu vic
toria. The-bark Loongana arrived
at Sydney direct from tho group,
and tho master of tho bark, Cap
tain V. II. Howors, states that ho foil
in with IT. M. S. Royalist during his
cruise amongst tho islands. Captain
Davis informed him that not only
had tho British taken possession of
the islands, but it was his (Captain
Davis's) intention to remove every
firearm from amongst tho natives.
Tribal wars; so common and so cruel
in thu Gilberts, will thus at least bo
shorn of their great dontriietivonoss
to the opposing tribes, nor will a few
armed natives bo able in future to
surround an unprotected village and
with revolver and repeating riilo
decimate its population. The hoist
ing of the BritHi llag in the group,
Captain Bowers states, was hailed
with expressions of tho utmost satis
faction at all the islands ho called
at. Traders and natives wore alike
delighted that I For Majesty's ships
will in future cruiso in that part of
tho Pacific and afford them protec
tion. So far as any opposition be
ing niado by tho King of Ihitaritari
or any other leading man amongst
tho Gilbort Islanders, Captain Bow
ers says tho stop that has been taken
is ono which tho natives particularly
havo long desired.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
street for salo.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of 11.,
will meet this evening.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cuniber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Tho program of the events to take
placo'at Boinond Grove appears in
llollistor it Co. havo just received
a iino lot of choice cigars which they
are now od'oring for sale.
Tho adjourned mooting of tho
Mechanics' Benefit Union will bo
hold this evening at tho Bell Tower.
E. Ellsworth Cany is the author
ized canvasser for subscriptions to
tho stock of tho Hawaiian Bureau of
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at tlioir houses by Miss
Wolf, 7.'1 Beietania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and (il Hotel
street. Lodging 13 day, week or
month 25c. and f0c. a night; SI
aud 1.25 a week.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho V. M. C. A.
hall,piomisos lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollice hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings!! to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone H)7 ; Mutual (S82.
Improvomonts in Sugar Mill Machi
nery. Mr. John Dyer of tho Kit-don Iron
Works has been granted a patent by
tho Hawaiian Government for an
improved arraiigomont of furnace
feeders for diffusion chips. Ono of
these feeders has been on trial at
tho Ewamill for about three months.
It has given entire satisfaction, and
tho three remaining boilers will bo
fitted with similar feeders in time
for tho next grinding season,
Tho Iiindon Iron Works also fitted
an improved juice heater to one of
tho Sprcokelsvillo mill engines after
Mr. Dyor'splaiis, which has proved
a big success, and tho remaining two
mills will also bo furnished with
heaters this year. At present tho
cold juice from the mills is pumped
direct to tho clariliers, but with tho
heaters tho juico will be raised to
a temperature of from 1 10 to 1(50",
the heat being taken from the ex
hausted steam before it passes into
the condenser. It will effect a great
saving of steam at tho clariliers and
a consequent Hiving of fuel, Tho
heaters aro self-cleaning and will
not require any attention during tho
IS TDK I.KADI.VO
Daily raner of tho Kingdom.
cents per month.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Sun Frmivixco, AuiuhI J!), per S.
Labor Wars In Several Placos.
DOWN IN TENNraSUi:.
Gatling guns wore turned on tho
miners tit Coal Creek, Tennessee, on
tho 18th inst. Fighting began at
10 o'clock in tho morning, but for
several hours firing was not. general.
About 2 o'clock tho minors made an
organized assault on tho fort and
wore successfully repulsed. A sec
ond assault was easily repulsed. A
third attempt resulted in a regular
pitched battle and tho Gatling guns
got in their work.
The firing was started by the
minors, who were stationed in the
mountains. It was returned by tho
troops with tho Gatling gun, two
cannon aud rillcs. In twenty min
utes the Gatling gun and tho two
cannon ceased firing. The miners
say tho guns are out of order and
cannot bo used. Thoy also state that
thoy shot five gunners and in this
way stopped tiio artillery. J.110
minors report that four of tho sol
diers aro killed and two wounded.
No mincus aro reported killed, but
several woro wounded.
Another despatch says tho minors
made three attacks on tho soldiers
at Coal Creek, each timo being ro
pulscd, tho third timo with heavy
loss, many being killed. Tho wires
are cut and nothing can bo hoard.
Five hundred militia and citizens
aro hurrying forward from Knoxvillo
to loin force Captain Anderson. Ono
report says the Knoxvillo men will
never reach Coal Crook, as tho track
is loaded with dynamite.
Captain Anderson has been made
a prisoner, tho miners seizing him
when he met thorn under their own
llag of truce. It is rumored but not
confirmed that the captain has boon
lynched. Several leaders of tho
miners were captured in tljo battle,
and tho (lag of truce was sent with
a request for their release. He was
threatened with a pistol at his head,
but, ho treated tbo mob with de
fiance. A force of 1000 men under General
Games is on tho way to tho relief of
tho little garrison. Thoy havo plenty
of ammunition, two Gatling guns
and two cannon. They aro under
tho command of General Carnes of
Memphis, and ho declares thoy will
goto Coal Creek or wade through
blood. If Anderson is lynched every
rioting miner seen will be shot on
At 8 p. m. on the 18th General
Games and tho West Tennessee
troops had not yet. arrived, and it
was feared tho little band that loft
Knoxvillo that afternoon would bo
butchered before help could reach
11. a posso was summoned uy tono
riir llolloway and armed with Win
chester rilles. It numbered oighty
fivo men, among thorn some of tho
most prominent business and pro
fessional men of tho city, and it is
commanded by Major D. A. Carpon
ter. This posso was joined by mili
tia under Colonel Woolford, num
bering probably 100 men. Tho party
immediately loft for tho scone of
At uiinton tlioy woro met oy a
number of citizens of Knoxvillo,
Clinton and Coal Creek, who urged
tho absolute madness of going for
ward without ro-onforcomonts. "A
thousand armed minors, thoy said,
wore drawn up ready to firo upon
them as they alighted from tho train
and dynamite was every whore, Major
Carpenter heard thorn through and
then, turning to his men, said:
"Boys, I guess we will go on," and
they wont. Beyond Clinton thoy
had not. been heard from,
At Clinton sounds of battlo woro
plainly heard and there is no doubt
that there is fighting beyond the
mountains. Tho possible fate of tho
Knoxvillo troops is boiug discussed
aud thousands of angry, excited men
line the streots and curse Govornor
Buchanan for his weakness aud the
miners for tlioir madness.
Tho latest from Knoxvillo on tho
night of tho 18(h says: Tho Court
house bell again rang to-night the
riot. call. Many men volunteored,
but there wore no arms. Gonoral
Ciirnes with 1(X) men has just reach
ed Knoxvillo, and will go immedi
ately to the front. Tho opinion is
growing that much loss of life can
only be averted by prompt action of
the Governor in calling on tho Presi
dent to send Federal troops to tho
scone of action.
A mass meeting was hold at Jack
sou and thu courthouse was packed
with men, who said thoy woro ready
to go at an hour's notico in defense
of tho laws of Tennessee and her
A STIUIGOLE IMMINENT AT r.tUTAI.0.
A Buffalo, New York, despatch of
the 18th says! The sixth day of tho
swilclunon's strike closes with in
creased complications. Tho leaders
witnessed tho massing ot tho troops
with a growing determination to
moot every move of their opponents
with a counter stroke. Fully 8000
troops will bo here by to-morrow
guarding 800 strikers,
Tho railway officials rely upon (ho
presence of the soldiers to permit
them to raiso the freight blockade
with tho non-union men already en
gaged. As a counter stroke it is con
sidered probable that the firemen
and trainmen on all the lines where
tho strikes now prevail will bo call
Tho latest addition to tho striking
switchmen is tho ninety-nine men in
tho Nickel Pinto yards, who struck
because thoy woro asked to handle
boycotted freight. Thus the switch
men upon tho entire Vandorbilt sys
tem in this vicinity aro out.
There is no doubt that before
yielding tho fight tho loaders will
extend tho striko west, even to
Chicago, and eastward to Now York,
ultimately calling out perhaps not
onh' tho switchmen but tho firemen
Vice-President H. "Walter Webb
of tho Now York Central Bailroad
placed a locomotive at the disposal
of a reporter, and a twelve-mile trip
was mado through the company's
yards and linos within tho city limits.
Bayonets bristled at. all tho crossings
and every train was guarded both by
policemen and soldiers. A grain
train camo toward tho depot that
was simply an arsonal on wheels.
On the roof of each car was a soldier
sitting cross-legged, his loaded riilo
in his hands ready for business.
These men woro ordered to shoot to
kill on tho slightest sign of an at
tack. Tho BulTnlo Enquirer has a severe
article on tho authorities, saying im
becility, not anarch, is tho order of
tho day. It says the strikers have
done no damage since the militia
woro called out, yet i;5,000 of an
armed force aro to bo massed in
BulTnlo to watch HOO strikers. Law
yers hold fhat not the Slate, but
Erie county, will havo to bear tho
expense, which will bo S-10,000 a day,
and business men aro fuming oer
Vo be ready
for trouble, should
any occur in
New York on account
of tho switchmen's striko, Superin
tendent Byrnes canceled all loaves
of absence heretofore given officers
of tho polico forco. The Superin
tendent, has been daily informed by
his confidential 111011 of tho condi
tion of affairs and tho trend of feel
ing among railroad men generally
throughout tho city. Not a move
ment of any moment made during
tho progress of tho strike at that
end of tho lino is unknown to Super
Thoro aro over 2500 men, rank and
file, in tho Polico Depart munt of
Now York, eleven captains and ono
inspector. Two hundred and four
teen other members of tho force, in
cluding sergeants, roundsinon and
patrolmen, aro away on vacations.
Every man of thorn could bo sum
moned to duty within a few hours.
William T. Baker has resigned tho
position of President of the World's
Columbian Exposition Company. H.
N. Higinbotham is his successor.
Tho affairs of tho Exposition will bo
administered by four men hereafter.
Indians havo carried smallpox
from Victoria to Port Townsond.
Information has boon received
from Germany that the Prussian
authorities will insist on an examina
tion of American pork for trichime
before it can be sold.
Tho British Parliament was form
ally prorogued on tho 18th until
Novombor 1th. Only thirty mom
bo rs woro present.
Five severe shocks of earthquake
woro felt on tho 18th inst. at. Milford
A lire at Sordovsk, Bubsia, destroy
ed 800 houses and rendered 5,000
Tho Duke of Manchester, a no
torious rake who married an Amer
ican girl, died in England on the
Extremely hot weather prevails
throughout Etiropo, tho thor-
mometor in soino places reaching
Tho autumn parado of tho Garde
du Corps was hold at Berlin on the
18th. The day was oppressively
warm, tho mercury marking 97 de
grees in the shade. Emperor Wil
liam, for the purpose of sparing the
men, ordered that a march past
would bo the only manoiiver.
When thu performance was over
tho Emperor, in tho course of tho
customary remarks, bogged tho of
licors to give absolute denial to all
rumors of approaching war and of
an increase in tho budget. J To also
doniod tho report that it was tho in
tention of tlie Government to intro
duce a riilo of a smaller caliber. in
THE CAROLINE ISLANDS.
Spanish Troops Ropulsod by tho Na
tivos Four Warships Engaged.
Information has reached Sydney
by tho Gorman schooner Flink that
a desperate fight has takon placo at
Ponapo, in the Caroline Islands, be
tween the Spanish and tho natives.
Tho accounts state that four Span
ish gunboats were engaged at Po
napo against t lie natives, but tho at
tempt to land firing parties had been
attended by heavy (for tho islands)
loss of life. Tho natives aro, so to
speak, armed to tho teeth, and well
armed, both Snider and Winchester
ritles being common and plentiful
amongst them. Our homo cables
some timo ago reported that tho
Spanish had sustained considerable
loss in an engagement, aud a similar
reverse appears again to have bo
fallen them. From a description of
tho scene of the fighting it would
seem that tho placo is densely wood
ed. Nothing was seen of tho natives
when the sailors and marines landed
from tho warships, but tho men had
scarcely put their feet ashore oro
thoy woro fired upon, and a brisk
firo kept up by, to them, an invisible
foe. The result, was that thoy woro
glad to escapo in tlioir boats, and
t hero seemed little probability that
a successful sortie against tho na
tives could be made, so impregnable
is tho country in which thoy havo
entrenched themselves. When the
Gorman warship Bussard was at tho
Marshall Islands word had reached
there of the lighting at Ponapo, but
it was thought tho natives would
eventually havo to capitulate. From
inquiries yesterday mado it is gath
ered that tho missionaries havo in
some way come in for tho lion's sharo
of blame in connection with tho dis
affection which has long oxisted
amongst tho natives towards the
Spanish authorities, under whoso
protection tho islands aro. Sydney
Nancy Hanks is now queen of tho
trotting turf. She mado a record of
2:07 on a regulation one-milo track
on August 17th, in Chicago.
Tho Washington Park officials
claim that tho timo 2:0S: mado by
Maud S. at Cleveland in 1885 is
second to that of Nancy Hanks' re
cord. STtuol trotted in 2:08 on tho
kite-shaped t rack at Stockton in 1891.
This performance thoy declare to bo
inferior to that of Maud S. on tho
regulation track, which is conceded
to bo from ono to three seconds
slower than tho kite-shaped track.
Nancy Hanks is owned by J. Malcolm
Forbes of Boston, who purchased
her last year for $15,000.
The pacing record was lowered on
Aug. 18 by Hal. Pointer who pacod
a mile in 2:0.", being tho best per
formance over mado on a ono-mile
regulation track. Tho best previous
record was mado by Direct in 2:0(5.
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leaves of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, aud enter the
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
tney leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well. &
HAWAIIAN COUNC1 1, NO. (IS!), AMRll
ican Legion of Honor, meets THIS
(Friday) KVKNINCI at 7::) o'clock, at
llaruiouv Hall, King street.
JOS. M. OAT,
M17 It Secretary.
MECHANICS' BENEFIT UNION.
rplll ADJOURN HI) .MONTHLY Ml'KT-
L. ing ot .Mechanics' lloucllt Union will
ho held at tho hall of i'ngiuo Co, No, ',
THIB(l'iidnv) KVF.NINd, ut 7:110 o'clock.
T1IOS. II. UTCAS,
HAWAIIAN BUREAU OF INFORM
ATION. To Whom ir ilAY Conckhn:
1 KI.I.SWORTH CAUIOY HAS THIS
Il day been authorized by the Ha
wuliau iliircau of Information (o solicit
Mibscilptious to llio stock of mid llurcau.
I.. A. THURSTON,
Sco'y Hawaiian Bureau of Information.
Honolulu, Aug. ai, lMf.'. W-Ht
O.' B. RIPLEY,
Complete plans and Hncolilcatious for
every description of building, Contracts
drawn and careful superintendence of con
struction given when rtMjutred. Call and
examine plans. New designs. Modern
buildings, Ollice, Room 6, Hiirceliels' Block.
SEPT. 2, 1892.
1 YACHT RACK-Iht Class.
Couiwr.: Stnrtini' from a lino drawn In
extension of thu l'oarl City wluirf, down
tho 111 nl ti channel, to tho' mouth of tho
linrhor, noar tho reef, tacklii); around the
stake liiKit; thencu up tho main channel
f,t tlin If ntwmllnli Lniifi 1111 tiio tin, ,. in Hull
I.ouh to and tacking around a stake boat
ni tiio Head 01 tins 1.0CI1 opposite itoliln
son's landing; thenco out of tho Honouli
uli Loch up the main channel, passing
between Font's Island and tho iManaim
Peninsula, to tho windward of Ford's Isl
nnd, thence down thochannol lying cast of
Ford's Island, making a circuit of Ford's
thence to thu point of commence-
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
Couim:: Starting from a line drawn in
extension of tho l'carl City wharf, down
the main channel, to the mouth of thu
harbor near tho reef, tacking around the
stake boat; thenco up tho main channel,
passing ootween ronrs island ami tnu
Manana Peninsula, to tho windward of
Ford's Island: thence down the channel
lying East of Ford's Island, making the
circuit of ford's Island; thenco to the point
8 YACHT HACK In Class.
Doats under 18 feet lungth.
?20j 2d Prize, $10.
Course: From starting point, same as
in Races 1 and 2, to windward of Ford's
Island, making circuit of said Island,
thenco to point of commencement.
Yachts will assemble oil' the foot of l.e
hua Avenue in J'eail City Peninsula at 9
A preparatory gun will be fired on tho
Judga'sboai at 0:;SU a. m. The starting
gun will be tired at 10 a. m. sharp.
The start will bo a Hying 0110; tho timo
of each yacht being taken as slio crosses
the line, but no yacht shall bo allowed
more than ten minutes within which to
start ulier tho signal to start has been
Time allowance, ono minute to the ton.
Kach yacht must carry at her maintop
masthead a distinguishing llag of a suit
able .size, which must not he hauled down
tmloHH hIio givuH up thu rixuu.
Kach yacht must carry during tho race
no more than the usual anchors and chains,
which must not be used as shipping ballast
or for altering the trim of tho yacht. No
bags of shot shall bo on hoard ami all bal
last shall bo properly stowed under the
platforms or in lockers and shall not bo
shipped or trimmed in any way whatever
during the race.
No restriction us to quantity of sail.
l-SIX OARED HOATS Sliding Seats.
Couusi:: Starting from a lino drawn in
extension of tho l'carl City wharf, to and
round a htako boat at thu head of Waipio
Loch, thenco to point of commencement.
fi-FOUR OARFD ISOATS-Sumrm Skats.
Coiiihe: Same as in Race No. I.
(l-SIX OARED IIOATS SrATioN.Mtv
Skats. 1st 1'rize, ifliO; 2il l'rize, "10.
Couksk: Same as in Races 1 and S;
collide to be pulled over twice.
N. It. Tho Regatta Uncus will bo under
the rules adopted by tho Hawaiian Hewing
it Yachting Association, copies of which
can bo obtained from U. Ahui.kv,
In all races, two or more boats must start
to make a race.
The rowing races will take place at 1 im.
The signal gun will bo fired from tho
Judge's stand at l-:lt0 o'clock.
Signal for the competing boats to assem
ble at the starting lino will be tho firing of
a gun ten minutes huforo the start of each
List of entries will bo onen at tho
ollice of tho Surj'iiiKri'NiiKKT of tho Oaiiu
Railway anii Land Company, until lli
o'clock noon, August Hist, IS!).'.
C. 11. Wilson, W. M,
,10s. Jiuliasli, w. 1'. J.ovo.
Ol'rizes of the ahovo races aro now
on 'exhibition at the Pacific Hahdwahi:
Co.'s Stouk, Fort street,
Trains will Leave Honolulu for Pearl City
Peninsula at 7:30, 9, 10, 11, 12, a. 111.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4:30 p. m.
Returning will Leave Pearl City Peninsnla
lor Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Grand Picnic & Ball
AT REMOND GROVE
On tho samo-duto given by tho
Sons of SI. George Society
gW MUSIC will bo In attendance for
Dancing during the day and evening.
OAM KS for tho Ladies aud Child
ren, with Prizes.
tW Ample provision lias been mado
for itefreshiueuts both on the Peninsula
and Jtemond Grove,
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Labels of every variety,
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Sporting Scorca & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Eln.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
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ngy No Job Is allowed to leave tho of
llce until It gives satisfaction.
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