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JUitriuo Item of lutercst-Meniiior W
Hull Outnnl Illiimi Arriv
Tlie S 3 HcIrIc mils for San Francisco nt 5
o'clock p m.
Tlio V 0 Irwin loaded Biignr nt Railroad
Tin1 lM Klcn wpg launched from the Marine
Ilio new boiler fur the Mcaiucr J A Cum
mins n lacctl In her todaj .
The ftenmor Kltinn from Hnuntl nnd Mnul
unhid nhorlly nfti-i 1 o'clock today.
Resides a lnnro amount of freight for this
port, the UcIrIc lia ;tl.3l'J packages in tian
Bit. The bark Annie .Tnlni'on arrived nt llllo on
Weill cfdaj, nt half past iiini', 10 days lrom
Tomorrow, hluh tide large 1-30 p m; lilgli
tide small 4:10 a in; low tide large 0:iJ n m;
low tide email 11:H5 p m,
The steamer W (1 Hull was nn hour late
Ti'tlliiK away tudaj on .i count of the Urge
amount of freight to he taken.
Captain Iluny I , u 1 1 h inttniU to iro to "the
old eountr" next trip of the Australia, In be
wa) about two month on piltnlv business.
Tlic Hcljrlc briin'it 5IS Clilni'sc and I Jap
Slicso for tills port They were transferred
to Qnitruutlne Island In HucMeld's steam
The steamer Kllnura Ibm arilvcd from the
"big lslar.il" tills uioinliij,' with about L'OilO
b.iRof sugar and a di ck-load of cattle. The
sugar as put into the HiltUli haik Ik-ltnout.
Chinese freight from the bark Velocity Is
piled high on Iimgnrtl wharf. Two Inspect
ors and scleral guards will lie kept husj for
another mult starcbin,; ud ililiKiniri the
The obliging pur ir uf the Wnrrimiio fur
nishes the lblloulng It liit-j 111 y of the trip: The
It M 8 Worrlinoo, . l. C. ilepworth, U.S.
II., commander, left tjdnej, N.S W , on the
JOth Inst nt5."." p m. A pleasant pasace
was nude to FIJI, fcui a being riaehcdon the
Kith lust at 7 a m. After the discharge of
malls, passenger!, and cargo, the voyage,
northwaid was returned at noonon same day.
'the Kqi.ator crosed 1 11 the KHIi Inst, at noon
and arrived In Honolulu mi the 21th Inst, nt
Sam. Fine wtathcr line been met with
slnro departure from Autinllu, westerly
winds prtmilllng to Sin a. tliencc to this port
the usual trade winds
Fiiiday, July 'J4.
Stmr James Makcc, l'eteron, from Kauai.
Stmr Kllauca Hon, Freeman, from Ha
waii Stmr Klnau, Clarke, from Hawaii nnd
11 M S Warrlmoo, Ilepworth, from the Col
onies, via FIJI.
(KfcOSS llclgle, Under, fiom China and
Fhiiuy, July St.
Stmr Jaime Maker, 1'elerson, for Kauai
Btmr W (5 Hall, Slrfitixoii, for Maul and
O.tO S S Iiclgic, Under, for San Francisco.
RMS Wnrrlmoo.Ilcpworth.for Victoria and
From Sydney and Vancouver, pt r 3 S War
rlmoo. July til Through passengers: F A
Gnodmtinson, JWTjUr, Mr- Illuuuln, Mrs
Smith, Master Cri-p, Miss K Wnlily, C K
(ireener, Cuptnlii Aiar.ll. Mr mid Mr A H
Trlggo, TilM111111.il l'aitndgi-, Malorund
Mis Dease, 1. 15 I'etert.. 'I P. (ircpe, J IVmlci,
Dr JS Hunt, Kit II Crunililu, W Collins, F
C l'ilklngton. Capluin MiCnithle, S .Mcl.oan,
I) Hegarty. Ml-s Hun t). Mrs (loiton. Miss
llortou, J Miilionev, A Niiismith, Mr and Mrs
W lledlcltrown, I)r llatliaway, T Foley. J
Mctiibbnn, Mriiud li MrOaiUn aud liunl
ly. .1 Chappie, Mr and MisLe .Masiirler and
From Yokohama nnd China, pi r S S Ilelgle,
July 14 For Honolulu lion V 0 Smith,
Mrs F lluttc rliold and maid, Mlsi .M Nichols.
l)r C II Wood, Mr J W Ilrow 11, Mr M M..rloku,
For dan FraiiLlsco' Paul Corllulon, J Uen
nett Sr, (ieo 8 Schultz. Captain S L Christie,
K Fujiyama, F Dujnrdlue Iliaiiinetz, J N
lloyd, J Dennett Jr, T 3 Moirisou, Captain K
(ierilsh, II Suzuki, I)r J F (icntncr.
From Haw-all and Maul, per stmr Klnau,
July St J Ii Uumas, Adjutant Mlmonson,
wile and 2 children, Miss Pauline Hose, Fath
er Mnximc Ondre, Father Oloys Lortlan, 11
S Tow titictul, wife, children uud tenant, 11
I. Mcott, A It Cnmerxii. I). Aerdam, Mrs J
A Kennedy. Miss M I Ionian, Mrs I. Touls
saint, Men Yon, M Chiniura, Miss A Aklna,
Miss D Atkins, Ur It T Smith, W A Wall, Kil
Dowsctt. J W (Jlrvln anil eon, Mrs G Wll
helm and 72 deck 1 nssciigern.
For Mnul and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall,
July 24 Mib Mount and scnant, W F Nel
sou, Dr Mow at, Mi-s Kopke, Col Murtuu
Mrown, C I) Miller, (1 I French, Geo I)ehn,
W It Campbell Jr, MluNier Hawes and sei
vaut, Miss Kelsey, Mev 1) P Mlrnle. Dr Day,
Mr Abies, SI Shaw, Mies Jenkens, 2, Mrs
I.aa aud !l children, Mrs Akiinii, Mrs keawu
Alapau, 11 Mllhr. (.'has Hooper, Akana, Mas
t r Akaua, W It Castle, Mustir Castle and a
large number of teck passengers.
For San FiancUeo. per 8 ilelgle, July ' I
Mev Arthur M (Jluik, Mi uud .Mr W d Pierce,
Mr and Mrs K U Thiol
For Vh'toila and Vai.niincr, per SS Wur
rimoo, July '.M A Fl. Miss (j Moliertsnii,
Mls(.earou, F. burh V'h, I. H Fairer, K W
lloldsworlh, V.ii.,iiv,k !. Giei'iie, Jernie
Hates, Fred Wad iIuium, denenvl llngi', Hv
terAloertlnii, (m 1! I'uart Jr, aud MU U A
oamgous rnoit ihland pomts.
Kx stlnr Kihiuia Jiim stuu) bags sugar, M
Kjl stmr Jmnes Makee '. Sll hags paddy, 20
bags rice, 17 nkgs Mind.
Mx stmr Klnau- "".) Iiuls sugar, .'No liags
potatoes. HO lugs ei.rn, 1.' sbieli, 23 bait J
wool, 1(1 hides, (10 hogs, and IDS pkgs siiiul.
Per 8 8 Mononnl St crates pines, 1 cs
books, 1 cs personal effects, .IV) 'niuchrs ban
anus. Value of domestic produce, ?571.0;
valuo of foielgn induce, $10(1. Shipper:
Gousalves it Co, Csmpbcll & Co, Washing
ton Feed Co, P (i (Jauiarlnos, flng I.ce Co,
W 0 Irwin Co.
Ex 8 S Ilelgle deiicral Chinese, and Japan
ese merchandise, n. wirlous consignees.
VOni.I.ll-Iii Honolulu, July 21, to the
wlfool h .N VoilUr, a daughter.
popularity of oromntion as n
means of disposing of tho dead
may bo obtained from tho state
ment Hint in tho poriod commono
iug December 1st of lust yonr nnd
ending on Juno 30th Inst G952
bodies wero cremated in Tokio.
Of these 3GGG were consumed in
tho central crematory. Thero nro
threo grndes of cromntions. Tho
first is for tho nobles nnd vory
wealthy people and tho pric'o
charged nt tho crematory is in
Amoricnti money S7 for adults
and $5 for children. The second
grade is for ordinary peoplo and
the prico is i?2.50 for adults nnd
SLCOfor children. The third
clnss is for tho very poor and tho
terms aro $2 for adults and 75
cents for children. Cremation is
optional except in deaths from
contagious or infectious diseases
when the government makes it
compulsory. Tho courtesy of
tho ollicial above spoken of
went so far ns to order
n body specially cromnted
in their presence Tho relatives
bring tho bodies to the crematory
in a sort of colli n shaped liko a
barrel, tho body being doubKd up
inside. This a placed in n ro
ceptaclo and sealed up. Tho noxt
day tho parties comu again tud
tho seal is broken in thoir pres
ence. They nro furnished with
chopsticks with which they aro
nllowed to pick out bits of bono or
anything which tuny not hnvo
been perfectly iucinoratod for
Lack of spaco provouts further
recapitulation of tho many inter
esting things Ur. Wood had to
tell about his trip.
THAJIWAV .1UAIX itlULOT.
roe Collecting Ten Cent 111 tlio 1'lvo
Tlio Supremo Court has ren
dered a decision upon n second
suit brought by 0. W. Dickoy
against the Ilawniiau Trnmwnys
Couumny, for tho statutory pen
alty of 8100 for overcharge of
fare. It is written by Justico
Whiting nnd signed by nil tho
Justices. I11 tho other case, the
decision of which has been nlrendy
reported, plaintiff recovered tho
penalty for being charged ten
conts for n continuous trip, iu ono
car, from Nuunuu to Puunhou.
When judgment was given in
tho District Court, tho compa
ny broko tho journey nt Quoon
street, using sepnrato cars for
each division of tho route, and
charging fivo cents ns tho faro
for one ride iu ench car, equal to
a chnrgo of ton conts for tho wholo
journey. riamtiit boarded a car
on Nuunnu street which stopped
at Queen street, lie asked for 11
transfer ticket to continue his
journoy on tho car for Puunhou
by way of Fort nnd lierotanin
streets. Tho driver had no trans
fer to givo him, nnd tnking tho
other car ho paid on its driver's
demand another faro of fivo conts.
Mr. Dickoy forthwith brought a
second suit for tho penalty, which
boing decided in his fnvor finally
came to the Supremo Court on tho
defendant's nppenl. Tho decision
now rendered affirms tho judg
ment, saying: "A stroot railway
company, which is prohibited by
law from charging nloro
than fivo cents for each pas
senger using its cars within certain
limits, cannot, by causing a
change of cars within those limits,
acquire tho right to chargo an
additional faro." Dickoy and
Ballou for plaintiff; Neumann
aud Davis for defondaut.
Judge Carter has ovor-ruled
tho demurrer of defondaut iu tho
ejectment case of C. K. Knpaealii,
trusteo for Kaulon, vs. Nnkuia.
Against tho contention of the
demurrer the Court bays '"it is not
requited that tho plaintiff should
set up the kind of titlo assorted
by those through whom ho claims.
All that is lvquired is that ho
should set forth iu his complaint
tho nttturt of his own title'Cnstle
for plaintiff; Poepoo for defend
ant. m wi
l'ollee Omit lleniH.
Tho chargo of malicious injury
nnd mischief ngninst Domingos
Ferreira wns nollo pros.'d this
Ah Chow and All Foo pleaded
guilty of having opium in posses
sion and were lined 50 ench.
Tho tiinl of Pohuo for kidnap
ping a girl named Malamalama,
aged 11 years, wns partly henrd
this morning ami continued to
The ndultery case against Noyo
and Shimnmura was dismissed.
P. D. Corsets
and G-ray .
NO, 10 STORE.
Not a . . .
l'ou can get an
ALL-WOOL BLDE SERGEtSUlT FOR
MEN AT $6.50
Or a light Cheviot
for SG.00. - - -
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager,
Waverley Block, Hotel Street.
EE3 Shirts Made to Order.
Arm-oil per S. S. "Auhtrnlin."
NOW ON SALE AT THAT
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
flew Qoods I jleW Qocds I
J3J" Comu early nml get jour choice.
407-!) Klii St., near CaBtle A Cooke.
Notico is horoby gjvn tlint tlio
unclorsi;ii( il liav on tho 23th day
of June, A. D. 18(JG, purchuHeil
from Mo?ih. Wong Olioiif; and
Ng Gang, Ass L'tit-os of tho eslato
of Ting S.ini; "Wi.i Co., n bank
rupt of Wuiluu, TKlnnd of Kauai,
II. I., all loisos buildings, horsos,
oxen, pigH, fowls, tools, iinplo
nionts and ovivything connected
with tho abovo named Ting riaug
Wai Co. Itico Plnntntion.
Dated at Honolulu, Jnuo 21th,
OHEONtt TIUNCt WAI CO.
Election of Officers.
AT THH ADJOUItNKD ANNUAL
mcetlnic of tlio Houid of Directors pf tlie
Pioneer null(llii and Loan Ansoclatlou lield
last evcnliiu, tlio following Olllecrs wero
elected to eerre for the ensuing year.
S. n."ofe Vlce-l'iesiileiit,
A- V. "tar. Secretary,
A- X-'r1,' Treasurer,
A. 0. M. ItoOertson Attorney.
A. V. GEAR,
Honolulu, July 22, 1600. "Sl-iw
5" a & a u y H
8tcnmoru of tho nbovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. 0., find Sydnoy, N. 8. W nnd calliug nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dntaa lelow etntod, viz.:
From Sydney nml Hum, fur Victoria anil
Vnncouvor, It. C'.s
Stmr "MIOWERA" Atigust 2t
Stmr "MIOWltttA" October 24
Stmr "WAMUMOO" Novombor 2i
Through Tickets Issued 1'i
FiiniouT ANnrARScNanitAOENTs: I
.. . , , I
D. SToNicoltj, Montrrnl, Cunadu.
Itoiiwir Knmt, WinnipCR, Cniindn.
O. JfoL. BttowN, Vnucottvcr, B. O.
Oceanic StBamsliin Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fiiio Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
JLxifr. 20, 1896.
And will loavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tlio Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
July 30, 189G.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Muils and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
TliroiiKli Tickets to All L'oints
in tho L'nitotl States.
CSyFor furthor particulars regarding
FreiKbt or PossaKO apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Oceanic Sleaisliin Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Aug. 10, 1800..
Sent. 4, 1800...
for S. F.
..Ang 15, 1800
..Sopt. 0, 1800
From San Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Fraucisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mariposa, July.10,'00 I Alanmln,Ang20'03
Mouowni, Ang27,'00 MaripoHa,Suptl7,00
A LIFE SIZE
Qns Dozen Photoa of the Sitter
Only SB 15.00
E3TI tho LATEST OFFElt we hnve
Portrait and Landscape
James L. I-Iolt,
Gknkhal Business Agent, Ac
countant AND ColiLKOTOU.
Office: No. 11 Kiiahumanu Street. Telo
phono No. 030. Prompt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
I'riim Vli'liit-ln anil Viitiouor, It. O., to
Sinn nml Syilnnyi
Stmr "WAH1UMOO" AttinBt in
htmr ,,MIOWKi:A" September 1(1
Htmr "WAHltlMOO" October 10
Stmr "MlOWEltA" November 10
- oiu Honolulu to Canartii,
C3T For Frciaht and rnRsr.io and all
Qenornl Information, apply to
THFO H RAVIF A P.O I'd
Accnta for tho Hawaiian IhIiiuiIs.
Occiaental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
enll at Honolulu on their way to the
abovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr llolcio. .
...Aug. 0, 1S00
..Aug. 15, 18!)0
...Sept. 2, 1890
For CAN FKANC1SC0:
Slcnmers of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohhma to tho abovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr l'cru Aug. 1, t800
Stmr Itio do Janeiro Aug. 10, 18110
HtnirQaello Utg, 2S, 1800
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO 1IONU
Cnbin S1C0.00 S17C.00
Onbiu, round trip, i
mouths 223 .00 2G2.C0
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 2C2.50 310.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
"Passengers paying full fnro will ho
allowed 10 percent off return faro it re
turning within twelve months.
2?-For Freight and l'assngo npply to
H. HACKFELB A CO,,
0. Ii. WIGHT, I'rcs. S. 11. HOSE, Sou.
Cut. J. A. KING, IirtSiiil.
CLARKE, Commander, ,
Will leave. Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lalmiim, Maalau.i Hay nnd Mukena tho
hiunu day; Mi'.litil;nna, Knwnihaoanil Lau
pahoolioo tho following day, arriving nt
llilo tho same ovcuing.
IjBAVXS IlO.NOI.Ul.r. ARRIVES 110KOLDLU.
'Tuesday,... July 28 I Tuesday Aug. 1
Friday Aug. 7 I Friday, . . . . Aug. 14
Tuesday,.. .Aug. 18 Tucsifuy,. . .Aug. 2."
Friday Aug. 2S Friday Sept. 4
Iteturning, will lenvo Hilo nt 1 o'olock
r. M., tourlihif; nt Laupnhoohoe, Mahu-l.-ona
mid Kawaihao suiuo day; Mnkcna,
Maalacn Hay nnd Lahainn tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu tho afternoons
of luosdny nud Friday-u.
" Will cull nt l'ohoiki, Pnua.
!r"No Freight will bo iccclved nftor
12 uoou on day of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuesday at 5p,si,,
touching at Kahuhii, 1 1 aim, Hanioa nnd
Kipahulu, Maui. Jicturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kuupo, on second trip
of ennh month.
tST"No I reiglit will ha received aflcr
T. m. on day of biuliug.
This Company will reserves tho right to
nuil;o chaugCH iu tho tiwo of diiarture and
arrival of its stenuiers without notice aud
it will not ho rcapousiblo for any conse
quences arising theiefroui.
Consignpos must ho nt tho Landings to
roeoivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it hns been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's lisk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Mouoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of Pursers.
PttHsengcrs uro requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoso failing to
do bo will bo subject to an additional
ohargo of twenty-live per cont.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENOE OF MItS. A. LONG,
ono nillo fiom postofllco. Large house with
fnrnlturo. Four bod rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
Borvaut housos, stables, horse paddock,
gnrdou and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALF11ED MAGOON.
tf Jlorchant st next l'Obtofiicoi
Pale Mail Stnnffli Gil
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
Our Scissors ore shnrp; our
Razors aro bright; wo Shave
equally well by day or by
THANK PAOIIECO, Propr.
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- Maker,
lliejclo repairing nnd nickel plating a
Gold, Silver ami Bronze Electroplating.
130 Ft-HT ST. : s : TEL.U07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER. .
C. 13. WIGHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STOXE
WOltK, tnoimment work, cement nud
s'.-rif "I.IewalKs nml fiurbn.g. I lmvooli
linii-i the best llnwniinu srono, Chineso
giMiiito, etc. Mnostono for niiuiuiiicntal
work. Itiiiui'os rIvoii ntul lowtst iniccs
nsbi.md. TVltphulic b;i3.
ConssoMctGu hi ff tier eo.,03
Corner Allen h Fort Slo., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DAVID K. BAKEE,
Nuunnu Valley, nbovo tho Mnusolmu.
All orders tjivon prompt nnd faithful at
tuntion. Ko oxtrn chnrgo for del.oriug
Flowers to any part of tho city. Leis,
Mountain Greens and Carnations n spe
TTaider m i st
Hawaiian and Foreign ninls and Animals
moiintuil hi the be.t insurer, twins tlio latest
mctlioils only. Hotel St near Ur .MiGruw.
Hotol St.. ueur Fort. Tl. 302.
Jas. F. VIorgan.
AUCTIOXEEIt AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement 5f iiffrtl- '
Estuto and ruruitun-.
YTHOLESALE GROCERS AIS'D
225 Quoon strcot, Honolulu, IT. I,
Kiug bt., bet. l'oit uud AJnkcn.
Contractor : and : tBuilclor.
MONUMENTS AND TOMUSTOS'IS.
'' Finest Grado ISLUE STONC fro
U. S GBINJ3A1J5I & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, and 215 Trout
street, Sau.Fiimcisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and ' . .
. . Commitsion Merchants,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesnlo Importers aud Jobberb of
European and AmoricGn Dry Goods.
Fort nnd Qncon Sfreets.
iDoulra in JjnmKcr nud Coal
nnd IJuilding Mutotiuls of nil
Quoon Ktreqt. Bnnolulti.
Book and Job Printer
Moroktint Stroot, Lionoliilu, U. I.
Ovar Hawaiian Nowb Oonijiuny's
Book Store. my 13,
LEWERS & COOKE,
IUPOBTEllS AND EALEIt8 IN IiUMBEn
AND AIilj Kl 38 OP UuiLDINd
H. HACKrELD & CO.
Qeneual Commibhion Agents.
Oor. Fort and Qncon Strcots, Honolulu.