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IfOTIOE OF TEA0HEB8 FXAMI- ,
An Vxatnliiattoii fur l'rliiinrt Mraile Cer
tificate will lie held at lti b'ort street
School, on THURSDAY ami K1UI1AY,
Augiiht JJ and 3d, commencing at ! a m.
Teachers and other should forward their
names at once to the Inspctor-tle,nprul nf
S.'hooN at the Hoard ol KdiicMloti.
Al.ATAl' T. ATKINHOS,
lnsprctor-Oetieral of School .
fbt -sDnUi? dBuUttin.
PUdgrd Ui neither Heet iwt fttfty,
But SitablUhed for the Htn'tit of Alt.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1MM
With reference to a note from Ha
makua about tho literary society, it
may auticipatu resentful remark to
nay that the writer of the note be
lougs to the organization.
To-morrow wilt be one of Ireland's
head-cracking days. It in the aimi
Ternary of the Battle of the lioyne.
If Irtah sentiment had less well
springs iu the fait, the Emerald Isle
might have a more happy present.
That "one touch of nature make
tho whole world kin" was strikingly
illustrated this morning, when all
creeds and nationalities, together
with distinguished representatives
of several nations, attended services
ascrod to the memory of the slain
President of France iu the Catholic
Cathedral. This practical tribute
of international sympathy is the
more marked iu view of the com
paratively small number of French
people iu those islauds.
Au Orator HobukwJ
The fllppauc of the reference to
the "'Mayflower" made on a late
occasion iu Honolulu is equalled
oulv by its misrepresentation and
unfairness. If Hawailnns made the
mistake it may not Ih surprising If
it was the intention to compare tie1
first settlers of Massachusetts Colony
with those who came to these lf
ands in the early jears of this cen
tury it could have lcfln o sthted.
Even in that cane the invidious com
parison was uncalled fur It eoun
as if platform speakersoften thought
there was greater force in unfounded
and exaggerated statements Uihii in
the nakori truth. The "Puritans" of
3UU years since had uo more strin
gent laws or severer tiuuishineuts
for their own peace and protection
against unwelcome Immigrants than
have our sister republic of to-day.
Tho ''Pilgrims" who lauded at Ply
mouth from the "Mayflower" erected
no "gibbets" anil the contrast of the
"Thaddeus" with the "Mayflower"
fails effect. Smium.t
Maui, July 10, I SIM.
Tlmsplaus of Hitmakua
This district rejoice iu a so-enllud
literary society, and on the nth iust.
they met to gnu a rendering of the
"Merchant of Venice," but not a
word of it was committed to memory,
and it was simply read by tho mem-
bers seated The majority of them
could only express themselves in a
monotone, and it was a most dreary
affair. Whou literary societies aspire
to amateur theat rinals t heir members
should labor hard to emulato the
professionals, and not disappoint
the public. I'oktu.
Hamakua, July '., I8i)i.
Of Hood's Sar.saparilla is always
withiu the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober common sense of thinking peo
ple, because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which iu the financial world
would be accepted without a mo
ment's hesitation. I
flood's Pills cure lier ill, consti
pation, biliousness, jauudicH, sick i
headache, indigehtiou '
A Japanese whs gnriou-1 injured
jestorday. In jumping from a tram
car on nuuanu strew im lull hack
wardd uud the wheel of the car pasn
ed over his right arm, He wai pick
ed up aud taken to a Japaute doc
tor's oillce, and thence to the Queen's
Hospital, where his arm was amputated.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
- JLT -
Benson, Smith h Co.'s,
Oomer Fort Sc Hotel Bts
Two Appeals Presented -lea Against
The Quwn's Hospital, by Carter &
Carter, its attorneys, appeals to the
Supreme Court from the order dis-
misoing the writ of mandamus
against J as. B. Castle, Collector of
Custom), to compel him to collect
hospital dues from 1200 Japanese
Judge Cooper to-day heard a mo
tion in the suit of A.'F. Judd, next
friend of Mrs. Broun and children,
against C. A. Drown, that the plain
tiir, Irene H. Brown, be not allowed
to change her status iu the cause.
C. L. Carter read the motion, also a
claim for $2.V) for professional ser
vices, with ntlidavits of A. F. . Judd.
C. L. and A. W. Carter. The Court
after argument allowed Mrs. Brown
to discontinue further proceedings
on her paying tho costs accrued, and
allowed the ulainliil to amend the
complaint as far as Mrs. Brown ap
pears as plaintiff. Counol for the
plaintiff noted exceptions to the rul
ing of the Court that only actual
costs were obligatory from Mrs.
Brown to her next friend. Carter &
I Carter and W. A. Kinnor for plain
tiffs; F. M. Hatch and .1. A. Magoon
I Before Judge Cooper a new phase
i of People's Ice Company vs. Uawai
' iau Electric Company came up. It
was a motion of plaintiff for a rule
to compel defendant to show cause
why 't G. Irwin and Godfrey
Brown, its president and treasurer
ropeetively, should not ln found in
contempt of Court for refusing to
carry out and perforin the duty Im
posed upon them by the decree Clod
in the cause on the Mb day of
March last. There was also a mo
tion of defendant to amend the de
cree, so that the rentals of tho pro
perties to Ira exchanged should date
I from July 1 instead of the date of
I the decree. This latter motion the
Court denied, and it allowed the
defendant until Friday next to show
cause, carter x Carter for plain
tiff; Hatch and C Brown for de
By Xewis J. Levey.
EXECL'TOU'S SALE OF THE
Of the Late Dr. Trnusieao.
I am 'n-triiot,M by Mcsn llruec Car
urlubt and It K Mi'lntxrx, i:rrutirni
the frtfttn nf tin- liitrt I If. TruUiM Ml, I
.Msfi llruec Cnrt-
ill at I'ubllit Aili'llnn, at in) .SiOV.riKiiim,
On MONDAY, .Inly Kith,
, I in o'clock .V M
I h WIidIm ul the Vnluslilc Library tHiliing
ink to -aid Kilaiu.enti'it'tlni; ul
tnglbb and French Medical, ScleotlAc,
BoMDical and Historical Works.
Anil h largn nunihirof
French Novels by Eminent Authors.
1. Tlih uImvm TslimbU collertlnii arc
turn tin vlw
Lewis J. Levey,
NOTICE OP INCORPORATION.
'PHK lir.SINF.88 HKHKTOKOUK OAK
L rleit en by Tlivo. It lvnn A t'u of
Honolulu, lis breii lnrorpirnlml nnJrr tbr
uileof I lit-u. 11 luvivs X Co . I.lmltoil.
K. V HUM MWiHtl fl.
Honolulu. July II. IH'.U. IDTit-.lt
KLEOXION OP 0PPI0KK8
AT THK PIHST 0RNKKAI. MKKTlNd
Ul TllUO II. l)AVlt4 A CO., l.lMITiH,
li Id t th-ir otlli-f on Jul) II. ISltl, the
folio lug Ollli't-rs -re oiiltitrl, rlt.:
MaiisrIiii! Dlroctor Tlico. II. llci.
K V, HoliUwortli,
V. II. Hnlnl
Honolulu. Jul) D, lh!. I0;i .It
Saturday Afternooo, July I4tb,
A-X 3:39 0'SX.OC3
Hswaiiaa Hardware Co., L'll
Tuesday, July 3, 18!)..
The scheme to run a line of
steamers Irom I'acoma to Yo-1
kohama, making Honolulu a
kohama. making Honolulu a
stopping p0,nt is gradully tak-;
ing shape. Tacoma is now, ,
and has been for several years,
A7 ! ft Ar nVllMrrtitn
, , . b ,', .
roads from .poinu east of the
mountains connect the great j
wheat producing district of
Walla Walla Valley with tide
water and the promoters of the
new line anticipate a large
business in Washington pro
ducts between these points.
We understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by means of a
transport between Tacoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure I
the business without the extra i
handling of freight. Washing
ton is a great state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
of wheat and giving to the pen- i
pie of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can grow. If a line of steamers
from Tacoma to Yokohama
calling here could be made to
pay it would certainly be a
good thing for Hawaii. Every
vessel that docks here means
money to the merchants; the
more vessels, the more money,
and it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on Puget Sound got
most of its business through
the fact of its being the port of
entry for the Sound. As time
passed other towns sprung up
and developed into cities of
larger and stronger growth
than the other, uud they were
in time made sub-ports of en
try. From that time until to
day it has been a case of the
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its 300,000
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerly
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has gone with it. So it has
been hen on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
dead; hundreds of people here
can remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time. Is money as plentiful in
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaleships? It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
days when the shipping at La
haina was larger than it is to
day. It is as easy, then, to
calculate the benefits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu.
If there has ever been a
better iron stove than the
"Kinsy" manufactured we've
not heard of it. Hundreds of
these stoves are in use here,
and every one has given satis
faction. We have them in
three sizes and keep getting
them by ever)' steamer. If
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity ul
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a "Pansy."
The "D. & D." polisher will
succeed Sapolio just as the
safety has succeeded the old
time velocipede. We have
tried this polisher for every
purpose for which Sapolio is
used and find it superior.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
UplNWit HprwikiM' IlliMk.
'MYl WRT NTKNKT.
KS In addition to our usual slock of these we are now
, .,llT.ig Washington Bran, Oats and Kolled Barley,
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
"-' wen wo.tn a trial oy ail interests in stock
Royal and "Cleveland
No I mnaft in ui iiinr.
fcfe, lliMMM '
it. ft, tw ii '""
Liverpool Coir-', lit it,
Kligllsh talry M, 1 1. im,-
noi'K sa .'-
soa I'.s -
nAM. hams, vuKhish
t T Murtou't KnKllab Uruwrtea,
Orrww Ji BtackwaU'a EugUsh UroonriM,
lobby, McNeil Llbby'a 0aum4 atwtt.
Kicharrtion ft Bobbin' 0nnd lt.
I'm, rtil 'ni lfi
MAW AliO SI
H anil in lb k.i
A I stye r.tv
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
IiAKOK HT0CK6 OK -
Pliiniiiiiou Supplies. Hurdware, Dry Mi
M.V. W'h UN
THEO. H. DA VIES & 00.
07 KIOX il. "Tbuuin Hlor.k."
MolDdl Tela, m P. 0. Box 207.
(Jliint)Ho, Jfip;iiMKi aiui Indiitu (fiKulh!
ludinii Silkn, I.ucch nnd LiuuiiA,
litpani'M' Cnipi'S, Chinusc Matting,
Silk UaiidkurohicfH, SIiuwIh uud Suurt'h.
(fiitHs Cloth, Rattan Ohaiin, Etc.. Kto.
rSA Coiii.lctt' TAILOIUNG ESTAFiLISHMHNT
with Coinpili'iit CuitiTH mid a complete lint of KiiHhIi aud
Aniericuii iiilingr. IVrleet lit guaninteed.
HAHH.MK.HK9, I.INKNH, I.AWNB, UUHI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT --
TriitikH, VuHn.'H, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Klv..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
per a. s. "ca.;b3:l.io.
HOLLIBTBR 5c GO.
Have made another Large rmportatioii of
HrdnU nf t CONSTANOIA ami El. COM ETA
Laro Asaortmont of Shapes and Sizh
For Hale in Bond nr tlntv Paid Cor. Fort A Mrr,hant StrftHts.
Mr. Samuel Adelstein,
Solo Mando'lnUt and LuteUt,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
m -j n j . -..
lUBSaay LVeUinn, JUly lIU
MIS' K A I'K MinilKW.HnpraiiuA Violin
31 Kh 1. WAKHINKII, eoillmlto
Mil. WII.I II lllKICIHlttimr
MIK8 NKTI'IKIIIIIIMANS, I'litni.
MIHHM, I'VIY Violin,
Mil. (I Ku. I'A Ills. HiUm,
l II. IU T I 1 I.UIl, lHO
flT- I hl'AI I'ltlll'.S. Iloi IMuii nl I..
J. l-i V o iit
All kiwi nf Vammertial I'rinUng
promptly ttA-uUtl at low ruUi nl th
to tho followhiff : '
" Baking Powders!
Barreli ti.l Mtf NnrJa
I A HI)
"l'ionr," P.iit.r In i'ii. i..i lt.
A etinliw Tnrt ! n-vlitir hmu.,
nnnlniiii nnnnitntin Utn Htn
J11MUI,, rUIUlllllG, hll., Ulb.
1) AT MODKIIATK I'lttCBH
5 Al-33 KlD .. rn-ii imtln St.
Mntn&l Telfi. 685 P. 0. 8oi 207.
In the Circuit Court of the Firxt Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Ialnuda
IN 1 UK MAT I Kit OF THK KKIAIK
ol Ul. Iu 11., MAItKI. l Hint IIK.lt
IIKU'l K. NKW TUN. Minor...
(Hi rfttiliiiK ami llllni; tlin IVtitimi ol O
ulllu Arnold, the uuartliuii nl the )cr(ms
ami pruiiirly of tlllo H., MhIh-I O. ami Hr
hert K. Newum, minors, orayliiK fur un or-
ilfrolralHol ctrlain real eHtutc hi-loiinini;
1 to her xalil ward", the Mint IhiIiiu AimiiHt
J unil .Hoi Itoyal 1'HlHiit HI, I, (' A. Ml, to
N. II. Ki'lki'iuil, nlinato at Kaluwaliiuv,
Vllllllllll llllllllllllll llalll. U..I.I ........vu
liavhiK un iiihIIviiIhI oiio-lmll Interest I
Ithi-rcln, ami Minlmr forth curtulii Ituuli
wn wh hucI. h-nl estate bhoiild u.
KOltl lo-nit: that It unnlil Im to ll.c Imiictll
ol sulil minis to mII micIi IiiihI hiuI reinvest
It Ibliernliy onlfnil tlmt the ncil of kin
of tho sulil ward nnil all oimoii Intvrpit il
III tlm said .siato, anpcnr ln-Iurn tliU Court
on MONDAY, the il il ilny ol July, A 1).
lM, nt H)nVlfkk a in., ai thu Court llooin
of thU Court, in llonoliilii, Oiiliu, then umt
thuiii to khnw ioiiho whi mi onliT hhould
not Imi Kruuteil for tho sale ol mirti imiiiiK
imtul lloiiolulu Junn'.ii, H'tl.
liy the Conn
AWy dKription oJOH PRINTIWI
Robinson Block, Hotel
We have .IiimI Keceived from San Fmnolnoo pr linrkeiitino
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni-
ture ever imported into this eoun-
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Oak nml of the Very Ijiteal l)olRm. Aluo,
K.fttiioii rublii fttl aires vrltli Chain unit tfl'lpbonrli to inntrb
Wt Imrc n coinplot" jUvk of thuin kwmI.
Il'tniiii .iircrml wltb I'ortlprs arc tlio Intent tlilliR out. W hv Uiin In
WICKER WARE I
W Hut- hantlfnl ilpulgns of th roihIx, rntiMlnj ot Sofa, Chairs, Uookar. Rtr
Kir. Von rati net thee k-hxIs Iu any tinlib you denlra.
; HE m 13 B8S S
I'arlor Chslm, IHiiltm-room Chairs, Hooking Clialr. Oftlce Chair. UtibolM-rrd Chalrt..
HlRh i;iialm Ma, Kto.
Cribs and Cradles!
Uti-'Hirtinin ul Wonu Wire MUrcsr,irliiK. lUIr, Mom, Wool ami Htra Mav
trnv on hand and iiuiIk to oritur,
LIVKOKMK KKATllKltB .VNUHII.K KI.OH8 KOIt I'H.UIWH,
WINDOW HiUDKH IN Al.l ('OI.OUS AND 8IZKS,
COUNICK I'OI.Kd IN WOOIiOK UHAUd I'KIMUINU
JUOUO. liUU H-U'i
ItKl'AlllKl) AT UKAHtlNAbl.K KATKH.
Cabinet Making itu Branches by Coiuuetent Workmen
. Wi iimkn u Kpivliil fi-Niuni ot INTKIMOIt DKCOK.VTINU
in utuli'r the ioroim. ii.frvllon of Mil (Ikohuk Ohuhav.
K- Alt our Uooih arc r)M-'ln ninl
convtmc tlm mott tki'ptii'l
Our Pritsos are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Brcu, 525 'rWliKPIfOXMS Mvtvm. 5
OKDWAY & POKTKK.
VING FAT CHAN
UcK to Inform III" imlilic tlinl ihy
llMi jwtir.l n
Branch Stcre at No. 322 ficnanu Street,
Wlmn- lli-vrnrry coniili'ir llntil
IIKIHIllOM hi-1'N, CIlAlltS.
Hl'ANDF), Ktc, I'.ic, Clu.
Ptunitur HipirHd and Rubral Julllnu
I RaM0Dbl'i Balm
VI NU PAT (JUAN,
I07rt Hm a.'.' Nuuaiiu Strwt.
Jt? " X -Ev -tii !
Old Stand Swept Away.
, , , ,
All onlnm left with John Nolt.
KIuk Btrwt, will l irii:ii('ll) utii-iiihil u.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will lemon to their ni' lieailipmrtent
X OX. JXj JZj X
UN OH AlUim JULY IHT
Mow Goods. Peifcct Fit Guaranteed.
Notico of Removal t
AMI AKTKIt Jl I.Y Im. THK
lltlci) of lliu I'KOl'l.r.'H IIIK X 111".
FKIOKKAriS'O (Il will Im at thu
Factory, Borotania Stvoot,
IfOTH TKl.KI'IION'Ki li'i.
L. i', Alll.lCS, MtNtot.u.
KtiKidi'iii it i fliiphoiit'i. lli'll i l, Minimi
i. lu tf
Corner Ivuik V Siiuiiini h(h
Kov WoncR, Miinu'i'i
Finest of Wiue & Liquors
Billiard & Ruadlnu Room
miK 10 I'ATHOMI
UVSVAi TJES.X5FXI01T33 37 3.
St., bot. Port & Nnnann.
- OpholsM Furuitom
from iln- wrj l.ni.i irliii
A Villi 1,111
The following icHtiiuonial
lutw been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Hiimii ulu, H. I., Mny JM, IIVM.
I'Aciru Uakhw taaOo. l.'o, Uouolula
You ak my oplnlou ol Laoul at a Falni
I liitve fxixirlmciittd with I.ui-ol Oil (ur
UKbCtUU tmt IMDIV4V T"I HtDV UM ! I VIMl
pululliiK my vacuum jian, mcliln?r and
oiiiame aim ninmo wore, also on iron worK,
Curtulii ualnt work which , alwny
Htlcky with UnsotMl oil, ilrltxl bard hu
l.ui ol Oil WUb utt-U.
Voury truly, Ai:i. Duxik
Dirootion tbr Use.
Umi l.ucoi. iii ovory rtni-ul in thf
nunio nunaur un yon wtuild linsxl
oil, with tint Hinglo exception tlmt yon
umy uilil fully uiut-itiurtur uioro l.u
coi. lo tho tmiuc qiiuutity n( pigment
than you would of IIiihitiI
In iifiiiK nii'Ulhc, Viuintiiiii nt, the
"hlUb, Ulld Ulluu dry plluoUl., II lb
,uimtl,l0 to ,ix j, tj,0 .,umt ttt jcitgl
oiio d..y liuiiiro it U U Im iitoMi, then
mid u thiid iiiom l.iioo l umi tiio paint
will Im fiiliml In ri .M r iv. II Mini li.ii't-
NKVIUi UriK ,l..Nh
W,H. ,,, IlUlIrt(.UJ1 ,uuU a. u,,,,..
Btt'pu, olc, mi' rt-cjiiiruil ui lithatK)
only, ui'Mr umj Jitp.ins
l.lKJtll. .MIXKrt WITH
u'i ii.i-i. timir woikmn aua im
iriir tluni utiiii'uruut'f hit r nibv
HIIUlll.ll IIK ItHKU riAMK 1IAV THKV AUK
mixi.I), otliurwinL lliu gum ul tin ai
nihil limy ho pii'i'ipilnicil or tln mit
I tu ulcluiuii of (inn, in td la
ooi, in vurnUhi duct, not rt'ilin i thvir
lunro nor rtiiunl their lutrilmiing ami
ilryuiv nnil il iinviuiN their I'lnnkhiK
' ll VI P 1 1) IV IV It PI I
i i' i vni tit il i
Menu (or the Hawaiian lalauds