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BULLETIN, AUGUST 1,
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The Kllkllnt Outtvnrd PnaittiRera
from Inland l'orta-Nvmc
The S 3 Peru Is due from Yokohama to-
The We liner China will be due from Sn
FrancUco on Thursday next.
Tho W (1 Hull unloaded her cargo nt
Occniilc dock today, part of It being put Into
the hark Mohican.
Tomorrow, hUh tide large U-lft n tn; high
tlio small 9 l i in; low tide large X: 0 u ni,
low tltlo small .10 p in.
The ttnmcr Lchun was launched from tin'
Marine Hallway lodaj. She sills for llo
notuu this afternoon. ,
The barkentino Archer hauled oier to
Brewer's wharl today. She will load for
Ban Pmnrisi after the Moliiuin
The jncht Coronet, whlili niric il at o
knliama on June 'il with the si ii nt lie part.,
who went to (lie "Land m tin lii-nik' Sun'
to witness the ei llnsuol l lie mih this month,
made the ojnj. from Ilm olulu in '7 dnjs,
Thcllnnallnn Imrl, lulnnl r ieledlier first
Instalment uf ii im Ni ioik nl Ociunlc
dock today. Mie lll discharge thu'bilance
of her Inward carifo a soon as shurceeUcs
cnoimh of the s ! sttilftu keep her lUlit
The hark Hi lnnnit received sugar from tho
steniiiers Maiiilnii and Knlini nt Kiiinu
uhfiif IimIhj 1 it tlaudlneaud Iwnluul aio
ixpe-ttd in hrli u siicarlor litrnlo. The
Helmont will sail lor New York boiuetlme
Yestcrda i fternitoii the s'enmer W 0
Hull arriwd in with a lull eargool sugtr.
cotfee and awa, nud decl.load ol cattle. She
also had a Inrge passenger list. While the
tlciBui nut in the Dig Island, ' her people
in iv clouds of sttnm mcr the Mokuaweoueo
crater. Kilnma Is reported in belli,' still
Stmr Kauai, Druliii, lioin IlnuaiL.
Stmr Jamt Mnkee, l'etersoii, from Kauai.
IIIIo, fiom 3Iolokai,
Am uktn KllUltat, Cutler,
for I'ort Town-
Stmr Lehua. Njo, for Olowalu,
llonomu, and l'o-
From Kauai, r stmr Knual, Aug I II 3
Viatt, Mt C 1 lluit.Mls K.Miilth, A darvlc,
JIUs M Slurj-e, Mrs Wind, MUb M Lauip
jnjn, 1) l'rlggi- and 11 dick pnxseugera.
From Haw li i ' Maul, tier stmr W f;
Hall, Jul ' '" H Willi im and wlte.
Cecil Drown i Uoii-iiirutt, W II Coruwell
Jr. Miss K Coruwell, Mls H Vlilu, Harry
Miller. Ostm i iii ill ralherltnault, Father
Victor, T ttnltl. John lilchardson, r h It
Amain, W lUvildiu, Mrs F II Hayseldeu, i
llios Aln. ii M ii-tei C Alu, aam l'cdro,
1) Conway. 1 1 lti J Hauls, Master I
Wright. M.u. 1 iijlit, duo Itanlkur and
wile, J W Km ii iku und son, .Mrs hum in.
Mrs J A UuiUkIi nud daughter. Mis J K
Clarke, Miss M F Scott, .Ml S I'ntl, Mis C
Knlele, Al.una, Lam 'ling and CO deck pas
senger. OAllGOLS FllOlt
hags ugar, 0 pkgs
Fa Walalealc ."WW
Kx James Main i 13 hugs paddj, and sun
Kjc Kauai I.T10 Ii igi sugar, 40 hags hran,
10 hags rli e
F.x W O Hall .WW higs sugar, 7(5 hags
eollec, 57 hags uwu, II hlls hides, as head
cattle, 1 hori-e.
I'ollic Court NotrH.
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho caso of 0. Marklo, on
charges of larceny and receiving
Btolon goods, wont over until tho
fltli by agreement of counsel.
Abdul, alias Charles, was given
thirty days on a previous convic
tion for vagranoy.
Tho caso of Ah Kong,solioiting,
was set for trial on tho 4th.
Manuol PeBtano pleaded not
guilty of malicious injury and
misohiof and will have his trial on
City Carriage Co., J. S. And.
tado, maniiger. It you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
Btreets. PaH- it ill hours.
When you aro down on your
hick and feel as if the world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Critorion saloon and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibing n glasB of Seattle
There seems to bo some blight
affecting tho bloom of the beauti
ful Punciana Itegia this season,
for of all the trees in tho city but
fow lwivo blossoms enough to at
tract attention. Tho one on Hotol
street next to the Arlington is a
notable oxcoption, nnd in con
sequence j'r a source of wonder
and delight to visitors who have
nover bt-fnro seen this treo in
bloom. Jung Bros, havo nimlo
sovoral excellent sketches in oil
and water colors of this subject,
which aro meeting with nady
uiittiiN uhi'aig ht.Tiz.i:ni: r.
Imlii'M OllVf Is Aeeepled
incut on Homo C'iiku.
' In Iho caao of replevin o a
horse, Kwong Hang Snug vb.
Wong Duck and Yuon Ngni,
Judge Cnrtor, after a threo days'
trial, rendered an oral decision in
favor of plaintiff, for tho horso
and $10 damages. Dofendants
noted exception, Alngoou and
HenBhall for plaintiff; Robertson
Judge Carter has signed an or
der and decree on the bill to fore
close mortgiifio of Bishop it Co.
against the Gibsouestate, approv
ing a settlement in rule therein anil
milking provision to effect tho
same. Jii tho intorcatof the? II y
seldpn minora tjto sale of tho La
nai ranch is postponed, and F. II.
Hayseldon, their fcithor, is mado
thoir guardian under i?l(H)0 bond.
Ah offer of AV.G. Irwin to takeover
the claim of 13ishop it Co. is n
copted, Mr. Irwin paying S2y,000
for the Honolulu propeity. Tho
825,00 is to Li npplicd for pay
niojit pro rata of nil unsecured
claims. P. C. Jones, receiver, is
to sell tho wool clip of 1S9G now
sheaip'l. and apply the proceeds
to the payment of his ex
penses as receiver and legal
expenses of proceedings here
tofore, including 61000 attorney's
fee to AV. A. Kinney, and 82o0 for
receiver, besides a commission of
iivo per cent, on all money re
ceived by him as leceiver. Tho
receiver is to pay out of any
balance remaining SGOO pro rata
to tho unsecured creditors, except
C. Wo Sun, and any surplus to
W.'G. Irwin on account of tho
Lanai ranch. W. G-. Irwin is
made agent of the ranch, with the
exclusive right to receive and soil
all wool otlior than tho clip of
lS'JG, and all live stock and pro
duce fionl tho ranch, accounting
to' Mrs. UiiysiMilen for tho returns
thereof over and above ac
cruing interest upon tho
amount paid by him to
Bishop it Co. for their clai
undor tho decree of foreclosure.
W. G. Irwin, upon payment of Uio
claim, is to be subrogated to tho
rights or Bishop it Co. under tho
decree of foreclosure, with tho
right to apply to tho Court for an
in di1 of foreclosure nnd salo ex
cept of the Honolulu property,
within two years, or sooner if in
terest on tho amount duo Bishop
it Co., at seven per ceut, shall be-i
come delinquent for moro than
six months. Defendant ownora
havp their right of redemption
Why Pay $110
For a Bicycle.
that sells in tbo Coast for ?7',
when you cnu buy on honest
Bicycle nt an honest price at
The v Crtaoi v Agency
1896 Model $100.
1895 Model 75.
1895 Model, ladies 70.
H. E. WALKER,
S2T My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, no mutter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
AST TELEPHONE 17038
BtAadt Bethel nnd K.DR utrMta.
A nOUSU OP EIOUT (6) ROOMS,
next to the White (loupe, Nnuiinu ntreet.
S2J5 per mo n til.
hoiifto Ik for lie.
The Furniture in the
A. V. GEAR.
rf--T" jfflflHMmffA- -".
r YVv ffia ? r.r'P ijflr
otii i'i,stkk.s KOAvrrn.
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roly on freo whito labor. This
labor would not work for a pit
tance that tho rich land-owner
miglit enjoy his oase. Nor would
tho whito man lot tho planter rule
tho politics, monopolize tho offices,
absorb tho wealth, mako tho laws
and transact tho business of tho
islands. Tho American spirit
Bomothing wholly without mean
ing in Hawaii now would domin
ato tho group. Tho tyranny of
the sugar kings would bo brought
to an oiid. It is becauso of this
that tho latter havo passed tho
word to stranglo auuoxation and
bring every iuiluonco to bear for
In tho Chronicle's belief tho
now schomo will fail. Assuredly
il deserves to. Whilo there may
bo no annexation from causes in- i
dependent of what tho planters
desire, itis certain that there will
bo no alliance with an oligarchy.
Undo Sam is not given to taking
up the cause cf rich lindlords to
tho detriment of tho wagc-earuor,
nor is ho enamored of "republics"
which nro carried on as closo cor
porations and from the benefits of
which tho poor man is oxcluded.
Furthermore, he is not ambitious
to save tho Hawaiian planters the
exponso of their own polico duty.
On tho whole wo think ho will bo
content, if ho wants a foothold f,n
tho islands, to occupy tho ono on
Pearl harbor that belongs to him,
by right of treaty, and after that
to givo himself no concern over
tho political fato of the monopo
lists who rulo Hawaii with corpo
rato soullesHuess, tytnuuy and
AN KlVITY iU.CIMON.
Contingent IMifVu of .Minors Ctuiunt
! Ui'VniKja-miftfrr'N Ucport
Tho Pjupremo Court, by Chief
Justijo Judd, has rendered a un
n '.unions opinion on tho bill to io
form a trust, of Alex. J. Cart
wright and Susio F. Cartwright
vs. Bruco Cartwright, Ruth Cart
wright and Muriel Cartwright. It
holds proposed amendments to tho
dee'd of trust to bo unobjectionable
so far as they concern Mrs. Cart
wright, ono of tho plaintiffs; but
in tho caso of Buth and Muiul,
children of tho pluiutiffs, cortain
contingent rights of thoiro in thu
deed cannot bo revoked, ovon for
thoir obvious present boneiit,
without their consent, which, they
being tunjurh, cannot bo given.
Hartwell nud Wood for plaintiffs;
Neumann, guardian ad litem, for
minor uotonuauts ana for 15.
Cartwright, who submits to tho
direction of tho court.
Iloury Smith, miibler, has filed
u report on tho first account of A.
Itosa, executor and trusteo undor
tho Avill of Antonio Eodrigues,
which shows n balance of 8G08.87
to next account. Tho account is
found correct and recommended
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
at the resldtncu of A. M. MELL1S.
Emma street, opposite. Emma Square
nellatPuhlle iutinn, the entire Hoimehold
1 in mime, ioiiin iuig:
Large Center Rug, Size 16x15,
Wicker Claus and Hookers,
Wicker Sofa, 1'lusU Beat,
1 Antique Oak Secretary & Book Case,
A Choice Collection of pooks,
l'drtlercs. Lace Curtains and Poles,
1 Fine Mantel Clock, Marble;
13. V. 1 . Bedroom pet,
Hair Mattrescs, Iinproycd Mosquito NetB,
Upholstered Lounges, Large IlookCuse,
1). W. Bldeboard, B. W. Extension Table,
1 Fiqe DLDOated Diijiibi efi,
Crockery, Glass und I'lated Ware,
Double Iron lledstcad, Bln'le Dcdstead,
Sowing Machines, Sowing Tables,
Large 8InginK Mirror,
i Flora Stove and Utensils,
Ice Hox, Ferns and Plants, Etc., Etc.
J5f" Premises open to Inspection on Moi.
day, August oil, from 1) a. m. to U p. in.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
. . ENOUGH FOR . .
Tho 145th Man
gets loft. . .
EST Your only chance; come and sco 'cm.
I. LEVINCtSTON, - Haw.
Wnverloy Block, Hotol Street.
S Shirts Made to Order.
6 Years' Lease of
Em tries' Wharf . ,
FEET OP WATER
FRONTAGE . . .
loOO Feet of Wntor Frontago.
THIS IS A GREAT BARGAItf
Purchasers of Mils property can get bnclt
their money In a short time by I'Xtciullug the
warehouse nceommoilations. Apply to
I tnlco plcnsuro in (innonuc
iug to you that I liavo remov
ed to my now qunrtors nt NO.
513 FORT STREET nnd am
Iiropnrcd to execute nil orders
portniuing to my business.
Jewelry Repairing, "Watch
Repairing, Fiuo Eugrnviug,
etc., etc. I hnvo a hnudsomo
stock of Watches and Jewel
ry to show you including n
large varioty or "valunblo 1b1
nnd OurioB. Your patronage
' is respectfully solicited.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Castoi House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
3STEW STOJRE !
Sam "Wo Oban
Nuuanu streot, near Kukui
Bananas and Vf Rotables always on band.
(JtiickoriB ana Ducks alive or ureas-
eil, 1'roBh Eggs delivered
to all parts of tho city.
ISLAND FRDIT 0? ALL KINDS.
We prow onr own bauauas
SAM WO CHAN.
Two Able Bodied and Industrious
DT Apply at
Btoro, Fort street.
Stcamors o tho hdoto Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vanoouvor, 13. a, nnd Sydnoy, N. S. W, nnd colling at Victorio, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
ja.ee jOxtb j&jt noasroijTJXjXJ
On or nlwut tho dntcs below stored, viz.:
From Sydney nit Snrn, fur Victoria and I
Vaucouvor. It. C.t
Stmr "MIOWEKA" AugtiBt 24 ! Stmr "WAHIUMOO" Angnst 10
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" September 24 Stmr "MIOWUU A" September 10
Stmr "MIO WKRA" October 24 Stmr "WAHK1MOO" .October 10
Stmr "WAltMMOO" November 24 Stmr "MIOWEKA" November 10
Through Tickets issued i'rom Honolulu to Cnimrin,
Unltctl States and Kuropc.
FHEIOIIT AND PABSKNOKIt AOENTS!
D. MoNiooiiij, Montrenl, Cnnndu.
ItoiiEKT Kehii, 'Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Hteiin, Snn Frnueisco, Cnl.
Q. 3IoL. BnowN, Vnucouvcr, I!. 0.
OceaniG SieartiD Co.
Australian Hail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Kow nnd Fine Al Steel Sler.mahip
Ot tho Ore.uiio Stt'mwliip Comimuy will
bo duo ut Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on oi nbout
A Xirr. 20,1896.
And will lonvo for tlio nbovo port with
iMnils uud l'ubyengora on or nliout thut
For Sydney and Mickland:
The Now nnd Fine Al Stco Steamship
" Monowai "
Of the Oceanic Slenmship Compnny will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sun Francisco
on or about
Axig. 27, 180G.
And will hnvo prompt despntch with
Mnila nnd Fnssengers for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared
Through Ticlcots to All Points
iu tho Vnltcd States.
IFor further pnrticulnrB regarding
Ficight or Pnsango appl to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
ceaidB Stuiip Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Aug. 10, 1890.
Sept. 4, 1890.. .
for S. F.
,.Aug 15, 1890
.Sept. 0, 1890
From San Frnuekoo From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. Snn Frnnoiaco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowni, Aug27,'96 I Alameda, Aug 20'9f!
Alameda, Sont 24,'90 I Mariposa,Septl7,9G
A LIFE SIZE
Quo Bozca Phatas of the Bitter
tSris the LATEST OFFElt we have
Portrait and Landscape
J ames L. Holt,
Gknekal Businkss Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
OrriCKi No. 11 Kaahumanu Street. Tele
phono No. 639. Prompt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 250, :
No. 600, King 8t.
From Victoria and Vanoouver, II. C, to
Sutn and Sdnerl
t3T" For Freight nud TiiBsngo nnd nil
Gonerol Informntion, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for HiolInwniimilHlmuls.
ik li feii G
For Y0X0UAMA and HONGKONG I
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way to the
nbovo porta on or about tho following
Stmr Cliinn Aug. 0, 1890
Rtmrl5elRic Aug. 15, 18
Stmr Coptic Sept ', 180G
For BAIT FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho nlwe Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their wny from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to the nbovo
port on or about tho following dates:
Btmrl'eru Aug. 1, 1898
Stmr Kio do Juuciro Aug. 11), 1890
Stmr Gaoho Aug, 23, 1890
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO ItONO
Cnbin SjlCO.OO S175.00
Cabin, rouud trip. 4
months 225.00 2G2.G0
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.I3U 310.25
European Steerage.... 55.00 100.00
rgrPatKieugfrs paying full fure will bo
r.llov.cd 10 percent off return fnro if ro
turniug ithiu twelve month.
C5'For Ft eight nnd lJnssngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
0. L. WIGHT, Pics. S. 15. HOSE, Seo.
dipt. J. A. KING, ToitSnpt.
Will lenvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnhntna, Mauluea 1'ay and M.ikeila the
some djyj Mahukonu, Kawnihue ami Lau-
Jiahoehoe the following day, arriving at
Iilo the snmo evening.
Friday Aug. 7 Tiicsiloy Aug. 4
Tuesday,. . .Aug. 18 Friday, .... Aug. 14
"Friilny, . . . .Aug. 28 Tuesday,. . Aug. 25
Tuesday Sept. 8 Friday Sept. 4
Itoturniug, will leave- Hilo nt 1 o'clock
I'. 51., touchittg at Luupahoohoo, Malm
kona and Kawaihao saiuo day; Makena,
Maalaea liay and Lahaina the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'lnesday nnd Fridays.
Wilt cull nt Pohoiki, Puna.
fJtF No Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 r. m.v
touching nt Kahului, Hnna, Ilauioannd
Kipahnlu, Maul, iteturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will oall nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
08F"No Freight will bo received after
l. M. on (lay ol Bulling.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in the tiino of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico and
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself rosponsiblo for froight after
it has been landed. .
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the care of Parsers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tiokets before einbnrking. ThObe failing to
do so will bo subjcot to an additional
charge of twontylivo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE UES1DEN0E OF MHS. A. LONG,
one milo from postofllce. Large house with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, p.mtry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patont olosots,
servant houses, stables, horse paddook,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFP.ED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st., next Postoffloei
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