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KVEN1NCI DUMjISTIN, JUNK 10, 1811(1.
S3 r I
irktutlu 41. WilcUr trout Die
Cit-Hark IlhthUiiA I.lctit With
Conl from enritlr.
8tute4wire exeliatiucd between the U 8
erulter Charleston nd tha shore battery Ibis
Captain Calboun of the bark Ceylon ex
pect! to tall tomorrow for San Fri!ulco,
with a full cargo of sugar
ToMoimuw llluh title large. 0:112 a m;
hleh tide small, 11:50 p m; tow tide large, 6.3
a tn; low tide ainall, 7:25 p in.
Tctlcrday aftrrnopn, the barkentlnc S (1
Wider, 11 days from San r'ranclco, arrived.
She will tlUcliarKC ut llrewcr'a wharf
Tlio Leliun )ut 150 J bag llonmnu sucnr
Into lite Commodore, and the Kllauca llou
IkVVt bag Laupaliouhoo sugar Into the Inn
Tin' Miainer Kcmilinn arrived from the
(lardi'ii Isle this morning with n cargo of
iigar, paddy and rice, tfho returns to Klla
uta this ecnlng.
As an old Irlcnd, tho V S 3 Charleston w 111
be Mcl:onu-d In Honolulu. Tho blguhlte
irnlcr of Uncle Sam's navy nrrheil In lint
nlglit, about lUdaya from Yokohama.
KnglntcrKarnsKorlh of the Kleu, with the
assistance of I'llot, McCimley. attimptul to
become the master of a "bike" this morning
Although not entirely successful, ho may be
ionic u speedy rider.
There are about 3200 bags more sugar at
Kllauca, where the Kcnuhoii iroes tonlsht
for uuotlier cargo. Mukuiu-ll has about b5l
tons mora to grind, aud I.lhuc and llauamaulu
liao about llnlslied.
After so oral delays, the Japanese S 8 Toyo
Maru got nuii) for .lupan nl 5 o'clock jester
day eCnUig, with n i-oupluof hundred of the
small men ami women of tho "laud of the
crysunthemutn" as passengers. .
The American bark Highland Light, Cap
tain John Hughes, 00 .days out trom New
castle, N 3 V, arrived In tin1 lnrborat noon
8he brings UuSloua of coal, consigned to
order. '1 lie captain Is aicompanled b) his
The llrlllsh ship Oleufinart, Captoln Long
mulr, aud the (H'rman ship Marie Haekfeld,
Captain Uolterii, nrnuil at Cork on Aluj
lBili. Both vessels left nn Francisco to
gether on January Slid. In a few huuis after
sailing tlicj pnrtnl Lomp.iuy and did not see
eiicii oilier again during me passage lliey
arrived at Cork within a few hours ol each
other. Until Cantalns renort havlnir oxneil-
cuced fine weather during their passages. Or
vuuijmmiK null's vi mur pnhsnges iu.ni.flli
talus soon asccrtaliiedtlmt In passluff certain
.il.nnj ami. itj l'n... II.1..1 L'n 1 1. ln...l !...!.
thu equator and the Western Islands, their
positions were ofttu reversed, the (iirm.in
being alicnd at one place, while the Hrltlih
vessel a leading ut uuotlier.
, TiitntsDAY, June 18.
y'JfS 3 Charleston, Collin, from Chlnn.
J Stmr J A Cummins, Xillson, from Oaliu
Hktn 3 0 Wilder, NcNell. from San Fran-.
I'm n ay, Juno l'J.
Stmr Lchua, Nye, from Hawaii.
titmr Walalcalc. Gregory, from Kauai.
Stmr Kllauca llou, KreunnnTfrom Hawaii
Stmr W U Hall, Slmersou, from Hawaii
Stmr Keaullou, Thompson, from ports
Am bk Highland f.lght, Hughes, from
TutmsiuY, June 18.
Ger bk II flaikfold, Barber, for Layson
KitiDAT, June 10.
Stmr J A Cummins, Nellson, for OahV
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Kllauca
Kallhlwal aud lUunlel.
From Kauai., per stmr KcauhouJune IB
Mrs E flarduer, aud II deck passmger;.
From Kauai per stmr Walaleale, Juue ID
Mrs Knea, Mr buto, and 'J deck passengers.
From HawnJI and Maul, per stmr W G
Hall, June ID Vol. I.ekester Holme, wife,
and valel, L A Ault, wife, and son, Clins
Cicnicll aud ulfo, i: F Outschorr and wife
Way ports: E 1 Dole, Col Norrls, M Me
Cann, A Hanebcrg, U K Wilder, W F Wilson,
A ltosa, J IC Nahale, Wm, Manlott, Mrs I' 8
Cockett, Mrs I.tvl, Mrs Andrews' and 4
iblldreii, and 'M deck passengers-
GAnaoES ruoM island pouts.
Ex stmr I.ehua 1500 bags sugar.
Kk stmr WaUltale Wi'.l bags bugur
Ex stmr J A Cummins 85.) bags rice.
Ex slmr Iilaitc:ilinu--3.V! bags Bugur.
Ex stmr W G Hull nO bag biigar; A3
bjgs co lice, 51 bags awii, S head cattle.
Ex eluir Keauliou-JfOSu bags sugar, 316
bags paddy, 4U bags rile, ami 15 pkirs sun
dries. , , ,, i ., ,
Ex bk Highland
consigned to order.
Llglit-llOSj tons, coal,
Ex likttt S (! Wilder Cmgo pf" general
muieliaiullae, to various consignees.
VCHHl'f.i f WlltT.
U S 8 Charlestnii. Culilii, China.
U 8 8 Adams, Warlton, fc.iu FiaucWco.
(Coasters not Included In I1iIsHb.)
Am bktu S ( Wilder, .McJrtil.'S F.
Am bk Highland I.Igh, Hughes, New rustle,
Helir Spokane. Juiiiibou, 1'nrt Illnkelj.
HlilpConiinodoie.. Davidson, Sydney.
Hktn Irmgard, Sclunldl, San Fruucleco.
ilk Ceylon, Cullioiiu, Naiuilmo.
"Mlstmr .Morning Star, (liirland, Uoiilli Seas.
Ger Ship l V Glsde, Hacslnop, l.hrrjiool.
. lllc.ltssle Osborne, I'sgii, NenpaBtlc. '
Ilk Sua King, l'lcico. Newcastle. '
Solfr Norma, Itjiselilil. ICusalo. '
Bk Albert, Orllllths.S F
Uk Fresno lliidernoud, Pt Gambia
Am bktn rt N,Uale, lliilnanl, S F.
Am bk HC Allen, llimupsou, 8 Y.
Am fclir Trniiflt, Jorgdispn, 8 F
Hair bl, Mnilua aU, siiillli, u)VlastIc.
IN THE HIGHER 00UR18
r.ntirr Mir to nixn ut' nr
ctrMeci'rT mjciah company
J naiic4e Mail HnnUrtipt-l'mc ofl)
ToreAn Attorney oh lap
rf me Cottrt Bench.
Jutlgo Porry has ntljtulgctl Toko
Josoph Lunlmvn haa brought
nn fiction for divorco against hia
Attorney "W. It. Caatlo is sitting
with Justices Froar and "Whiting,
in tho Supremo Court, owing to
disqualification of Chiof Justice
Judd, for tho hearing of A. F.
Judd ot til. vs. O. A. Brown,
resorved questions of law. Kin
ney tfc Bftllou for plaintiiT,Magoon
it Edings for defendant.
0. Brewer & Co., Ld A. S. Wil
cox, G. N. Wilcox, II. P. Baldwin
and AVolch fc Co. have brought a
bill in equity agaiust the Recipro
city Sugar Co.; for tho appoint
ment of a receiver to wind up the
business of tho Comnnnv and in
' distribute its assets. Tho plain
tiffs aro all stockholders in tho
dofondant corporation, with tho
exception of Wolch fc Co. of Sun
Francisco. They hold mortgago
bonds of tho Company, amount
ing to $150,000 drawing intorest
at eight per cont por annum, in
the following proportions:' C.
Brewer & Co., $32,000; H. P. Bald
win, G. N. Wilcox and A. S. Wil
cox each 811,000, and Wolch & Co.
S2o,000. Tho company owed 0.
Brewer L Co. as iia inrnnfH S517 -
838.09 on May 17, and tho latter
suiter agreement nan given them
ninety days' uotico ending with
tliat (Into to stot) furtlinr nilvnnnnn
Between that and thedatoof filiqg
this complaint $0618.82 additional
advances had been lrmcle. flnm.
Lplninontfl ottered on May 17 to
tnrow oil suM.BtHj.uy from tho Bum
total of their claims if tho defen
dant corporation would mako pro
vision for the immediate payment
of the romaiudor o tho 'indebted
ness, but, .up to tho dato of suit,
tho company had boon unable to
do anything to liquidate its in
debtedness or accept tho offer of
Service of summons was.4mado
on tho Reciprocity Sugar 'Com
pany, through W. 11. Castlo its
Bocrotary, on Tuesday of this
on vuirATi.xi i:x:kinks.
l'nii lit Unit micu Willi I'rlind of
The graduating oxercises of tho
class of 1890 of Oahu collogo took
placo at Pauahi hall last evoniug
in the presence of a large audionce.
Tho class was comp. sed of Albert
Fayerwoathor Afong, Thomas
Huddy Bartow, William Richards
Castle, Jr., Anna Isabella Forbos,
Charles Edward Hapai, Mary
Ethelwyun Rice und Clifton
The exercises commenced with
an organ &olo by Prof. Ingalls
and -the invocation delivered by
Dr. Hyde. After a song by tho
Collego Glee .Club, which was
encored, came an oddiess by Inspector-general
of schools II. M.
Townsend, who took fdr his sub
ject "Purpose." T1k address was
full of good advice to tho young
After a selection by tho Collego
Oraliehtni led by Profosnor Bergor,
Profursor Hosuioraiinouiical that'
thu prizes for tlio year in English
coin position, rhotoYjc, declamation
and ilobiito woro awarded as fol
lows: First prizo, Miss Carrio
Howland; necoutl pri.o, divided
botwoen W. B, Godfroy and A,
The valedictory address by Miss
Rico cniiio next, followed by a
solo by Miss Ax,loll, which ro
coivod tho usual oncoro, Tho ox
orcisps tonniimtcd with tho dis
tributiftn of dinloninB by Profes
sor Ilosmer and IjiQ pronouncing
of tho bonediction by,Kov. Mr.
JOHN T. -LUND,
Instrument :- Maker,
Hioyela repniriiiH mxl nickel plnting u
GoliI, Silver aiiii-Eroiizo El clroplfc
i:iO,riKTST.. i i i Ttt.f.07,'
BRASS BIQKS'KADP TO ORDER.
A Largo Assortment
ITnndsomo nnd Durnblo
Satin & Dresden
Beautiful and of Best
NO, 10 FORT ST.
....ASH THE. ..
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By Eov. Edwin M. Bliss.)
FroBicotti8 and snbscription lists
Inono vol. cloth, $ 2 00
Iu one vol. cloth gilt 2 50
la one voi. IIuU-Russinn gilt 3 CO
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish tkc,Bes
Office, Fort street, opposite Catholic School.
Telephone 234, 412 nnd 100.
BST" Ordors promptly nttondod to.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomra Sugar
Company, lionomu Sugar Company, Walluku
Sugar Company, Walhee Sugar Conyiany,' Make
Sugar Company, Ilaleakala Ranch Company, Ka
napala Ranch. - l'lanters' Line fan Francisco
Packets, Clias. llrewcr & Co.'s Line of Iloston
I'ackets.Agentt lioston Hoard of Underwriters.
Agents Tlilladelplila Board of Underwriters.
LIST OP OFFICERS!
1' O Jones, President; Qoorge II Robertson,
Manager; E F Bishop, Treasurer nnd Sec
retary; Col. V FAIlon, Auditor; OM Cooke,
II WutcrhouBo. A V Cnrter, Dirootors,
THE UNI)PlttinNKD DOINO HUSI-'
UU48 k I'lucnpnlu planter In Manna, Hono
lulu, Iblnml of Oaliu, under Hie nmnu of
Sun Hnii "line Uoinpnny lnie tills IHIIi day
of June, Jti'Jil, sold llielr Interest Iu tlielr
I'lnenppio 1'lnutatliin to Tonu' Yuu, who
assuinei) nil dcbU alid llalillitlcs; nml nil
tlolits on In',' In said Sun lop Sin;: Co, will
1... ....It.... I. .1 1... ..t.l 'I A...M v....f
IIU klllllbllll VJ PUIU IIIIIU I llll
Honolulu,. Tmiu IS, I8U0.
Italian Sees or Queens
C3U App'y to
E. W, .TOIIDAN,
322-lrn Fort Btreel, .
' For Sale
" We'stermayer"" Upright
w i It. Host Condition. Iuiiuiroof
dl6-tf HOITSOIIMEGEH izCO:$.
8tmeri ol tke bot8 list numlflg ia ooaaeetloa with the
OAKADIAN PACI1TIO RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, U. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. W nnd eallinjr at Vlotorla, B. a
Honolulu nnd Bum (Fiji),
ARE ODTuTB uftuO? TSLOITOXjTTXjXT
On or nbout tho dates bolow Btntcd, viz.:
From Sydney nd Sum, for VlctorU knit
Vnncnuver, II, O.t
8tmr"MIOWEllA"... June 24
Stair "WAUUIMOO" July 24
Stuir "SIIUWtHA'' August 21
Btmr "WA1UUMOO" SeptcinUr 24
Through TlckotH Issued from Ilonolulti to Cmuuln,
United SthtcH nml Kuropc.
FlIRianT AND rASSENORIt AOEKTHt
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Ganndu.
Hoiikiit Keiiii, WinnlpeR, Onnndn.
M. iVI. Stkkk, Sim Frnnciaco, Unl.
Q. MoL. Uiiown, Vnncouvor, B. O.
' Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceania Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Ilonolulti from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about
Juno 25, 3SOG.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails mid l'assengera on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Compnny will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
July 2, 189G.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Pas&cngors for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now propnrcd
Through Tickets to All Points
in tliii United States.
ESTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Juno 22, 1810 June 20, 1800
July 17, 1803 July 20, 1890
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Fraucioo.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, July 2. '00 I Mftriposn,Junf25'9B
Mariposa, July 30, '00 MonowAi,July23,00
A' LIFE SIZE
One Dssan. ' Photos of tho Sitter
. Only &15.00
' PJTIs tho LATEST OFFER wo have
Portrait and Landscape
Fort St. Opp. Pnnthoon Stables,
Our Scissors nro sharp; our
Razors aro- bright; wo Shavo
equally well by clny or by
1 FRANK PAOIIECO, I'ropr.
Oceanic Steamsliip Go.
From Victoria nnd Vancouver, It, 0 to
Suva anil Sydneyl
Bttnr"MIOWi:itA" July 10
Stmr "WAIIIUUOO" Auanst 10
Stmr "MIOWEUA" BeptcmUr 10
Stmr "WARI11MOO" October 10
t3T For Freight nnd PnssnRO nnd nil
Ocnernl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., Vh
Afronts for thollnwniinnlslnnds.
Occiaental & Oriental SteamsliiD Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG J
Stenmers of the nbovo Companies will
coll at Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo ports on or nbout tho followiug
fctmrCoptl- Jnno22, 1800
Stmr duello July 0, 18!)0
Stmr Uity of Voting July 18, 1890
For SAN FEAN0ISC0:
Steamers of tho nlwvo Companies will
call ot Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
port ou or alxmfc tho following dates:
Stthr City of Peking Juno 28, 1800
Btmr Carlo JulyO, 1890
tituT Uulgio July 21, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
' TO YOKO- TO HONO
UAMA. ' KONO.
Cabin 81C0.00 8175.00
Cabin, rouud trip, d
mouths 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 262.50 810.25
European Steorngo .... 85.00 100.00
Erl'nssengors paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
C3JFor Freight nnd Passage apply to
K. HACKFELD & CO
Wiir's Steamship Go's
0. L. WIGnT, Prcs. S. B. KOSE, See.
Ciipt. J. A. KING, PortSupU
Will lquvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touohiugut
Lahnum, Itimlaen 13uy aud Mxkeua tho
samo day;, Mahukomt, Kawnihao nnd Lau
pahoehoe 'tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho samo oveulng.
"Friday.... June 20
Tuosduy, July 7
Friday July 17
Tuesday, . . .Juno 23
Friday, July 3
Tuosduy,. ...July 14
Friday July 24
.Returning, will Itavo Ililo at 1 o'clock
p. m,, touchiug at Laupahoohoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihno same day; Makenn,
Manlaoa Day aud Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays,
Will call at Pohoikl, Puna.
fiSTito Freight wil beToceivod after
12 uoon on day of sailiqg.
Will lcavo Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p, m.j
touohing at Kahului, Hium, Hamoaaud
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday moruiugM.
Will call at miu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
tO&ntq Freight will be received after
i', m.oii day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make ohanges iu the time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notieo and
it will not bo 'responsible for any conse
quences arising thorefrom.
Consignees must ho at tho Landings to
rccolvo thoir Freight) this Company will
not hold itsolf responsible for freight aftor
it has boon landed.
Live Stock only at owucr's risk.
This Company will uoj bo rcbponblo
for Money or Valuables of pnssengors
unless plaecd in tho euro of Pursors.
PuHbongors are roqucsted to purchase
tiokets before ombarMug. Thoso failing to
do so will bo subject to nu additional
charge of twenty-live por cont,
To Let or Lease.
Tnn -rcsiDFNou of ama, a, long,
ono mile fiom postofllco, Lnrgo house with
furniture, Four bed rooms, pnrlor, large
dining loom, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patont closets,
servant houses, stables, hoi so paddock,
ij.trilcm and trees, A charming location,
Apply to J ALFHED JUGOON,
tf Moiolmtit st,, next l'oa(ofllce, '
um Mail hmMi
Intorest never flags when
tho goods and nricw? are rmhfc.
J la limy we pMAecl all rtaml in
nicrchandisingl Ilelping luoro
pcoplo to goods at less expeneo
than over that's tho Bccrctl
Great niovenionts in inorchau
diso reduce expenses in all di
rections, freights on carload
lots aro less than by tho piece,
buying at tho fuctory means a
big saving to us. And you aro
Tho Success Filter, as sold
by us, means good health to
you and money in your purso.
Tho money conies iu this way:
Wo bought at tho factory a
car load rtf tlio goods; every
thing was cheaper and wo can
sell you a six-gallon filter for
The filter stone in a Success
filtor is mado of tripoli stono,
mined in Georgia, IT. S. A.
It is fitted in the upper cham
ber of tho filter and wntor pass
es through it, all impurities in
tho water rcmnininnr nn flm
... 0 w .,v
outside. It ipay be cleaned in n
moment and will last for years
as it is six inches in thickness,
instead of ono as in ordinary
Tho quality is tho best and
5.50 for a six gallon filter is
lower than you over paid be
fore. Von Holt Building.
Silver Buxter Knives.
Etc, Etc., Eto
Brown & Kuby,
Arlington Illock, Hotel fitrect. ''
A Penny Sayecl
TDo "STo-ul "sXTari-t
Vour Hooks Writtou Up, Vnur Dills JMmlo
Out, Your IhiHiness Letters Written, Vour '
Had Debts Culleoted, all for tho small huiu
of ?(5 por week, Wojk performed regular
ly, fiiithfully and butisfsctorily, Kngneo
nionts made by tho day, week or month,
157 Address a postal to "ConmaroK.
Iiki-t," Honolulu Post Offloo, or ring up
Telophone 02, 322-lm
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