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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 189G.
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HUIUNII 8TG4MSIII1' MOUNT
lEnANOX IN I'OKT.
Clnudliie Bin I lualnul Arrlrcd on
SundnT VeeW Leaving lomor-
ron-Other Murine ote.
A foreign bark was sighted off port early
The steamship Mount Lebanon will depart
for Japan and China this evening.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5.30 p m; high
tide small 5.2) p in; low title Urge 12. UU p m;
low tide small 11:00 am.
The Iltltlsh bark Velocity, Captain Martin,
111 sail tomorrow for Hongkong. 8lio w 111
likely have ft few Chlneso passengets.
The barkentlnc Archer received a large In
stalment or sugar from the steamer Kauai,
which arrived from llamakua on Saturday
8orcnson t Lylc's shop, near the Honolulu
Iron Works, was broken Into last night hy a
thief, who stole the best tools he could II ml
The steamer Mokolll arrived late Saturday
afternoon with her usual cargo of suinlrn -.
She sails again this evening on her regular
'lhu KiaiiUou loadfd the rcmiiindir f Iht
mnehlncry brought by the schooner Alolii,
today. She will sail tomorrow lor llnnama
ulu. The barkentlne J M Griffith, Arey master,
cleared today for Tort 'lownsmd with 50
tons of ballHSt. She nlo takes 75 bunches of
banai as valued at $.'.' W.
The steamer Mlkahnla was launched from
thu Marine Hallway today. She will not he
nadyfor week, there bung many minor de
tails jet to lit llnlslnd.
Tho British tramp iteamerJMount Lebanon
arilud from Portland and Astoria late sfatnr
ilnj night, bilng about 14 dajs out from the
luttir port She brought for Holiolulu about
4iXitmi offnlght, eoiulstlng chiefly oi teed,
Hour, and lime.
The barkintlne Planter, which ran between
San Francisco and Honolulu until the South
ern I'aUfic's discrimination drove the trado
to Portland, has bciu taken from her retire
mint, nml will load lumber ut Eureka for
Sydney, N P W.
Satuiikay, Aug 8,
Br stmr Mount Lebanon, McLean, from
Portland and Astoria.
Stmr Mokolll, llllo, from Molokal, Maul
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, Irom Oahn
Stmrlwalanl, llruhn, fiom Kauai.
StmrClaudtnc, Camcion, from Muui ports.
Stmr Keiiuhou, Thompon, from ports
Monday, Aug 10.
Br 8 S Mount Lebanon, McLean, for Japan
Stmr Kainu, Parker, for Wnimanalo and
Stmr James Makce, Peter on, for Kapaa,
KUauca, Kallhlwal, and Ilauatet.
Stmr Mokolll, Hllo, for Molokal, Maul and
8tmr Lehua, Ne, for Olownlu, Honohl
na, llarcalau, llon'oinii, and l'ohakumanu.
8ch Ka Mol. fur I'aaullo
VESSELS LEAVINC1 TOMORROW.
Stmr Claudlue, Cameron, for Maui.
Stmr Kauai, Smjthe,for Lahalna, Ilonokaa
Btmr Kcauhou, Thompson, forllanamaulu.
Stmr Iwalaril, lirulin, for Nawlllwlll,
Koloa, Eltile, .MakawUI, Waimea, Kckaha.
Br bk Velocity Martin, fur Hongkong.
From Kauai, per tmr Iwalanl, Aug 9 W
II Rice, It C L Perkins, Win Og and wife,
Scott Wilson, Prol J 11 (jodfruy, Misses
Greene, Miss Biuce, Mlg J Smith, Mrs C B
Smith. Miss A I) Ewart, Mist CM Gurney,
A V Peters, Chas (llnln ard 01 on deck.
From Maul, per 6tmr Claudlue. AugO G
W MatfarHui'. W II CoriiHcll, J T Crawley,
Master C smith, Mrs W O Smith. MI'S EdltU
Smith, Master Hcdemauu, J M Sims, Mrs
Ilolokaliikl, Mrs N McKeuzie and ehlld, (ieo
Ljcurgus, J Rodelk, A l'eniaticle Mr C
David, Mr C Crorler and wife, Loo Joe, J K
Ioscpa, Mrs Crozlei and - daughters, Mrs B
Wilkinson and child, Masters IlUllmru !!, Dr
Aurdam, S Kuhej and sun, W F. Row ell,
Rev II Klluira, 8 Ahml, Mr Muw, A II
Crook, A Swanston, Ml" C Hutchinson, Miss
A M Crook, MNs B Ctnok, Mr ilakuolo and
wife, Mr Knwalaea, Bruther Thomas, Bro
ther Alficd. Brother William, Brother
Kichnrd, Brother Theodore, II V Treu'nen,
Mrs K W Hutchinson .ind I children, and 53
OAliaOEB FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Ex htmr Chaidlno 3ukb susrar. P23 sks
potatoes, inl sks corn, US hog, t horse, 71
pkza imicMuury, IS3 i)lgs sundries.
Ex stmr Iwulunl 1IJ1 bug sugnr.SilS bales
woo', liu hjg iUc, ii bells hidej, 70 pkgs sun
dries. Eicstnir Kaala 1575 bags sugar, C pkgs
But little oer n month remains
before Hog-itta day. um! the boys
of tho various lowing clubs aro
getting anxious to know what tho
Rowing Association aro going to
do about it. A repot lor culled on
A. G. M. JtoborJHon, llio president
of tho association, this morning
and was informed by him that
Walter Wall and W. O. pnrko
had been appointed a committee
some time ago to prepare a suit
able progr.iin. Mr. Parke, who
was seen later, Baid that the pro
gram would probably bo anungi'd
today and Hiibinitted to (hollow
ing AMwuldtion for approvnl
King Bros. lati-st uoiitiigmuont
of picture flames has taken tho
(own by stonn. The designs are
elegant, up to date and of the
IH THE HIGHER COURTS
juitisiiicrioN ov:nnii)EN itY a
Will of the Lute J. C. T. Horn-Pro-
cectlliic nt Circuit Court
In tho Circuit Court this morn
ing, with both nativo unci foreign
juries in rUtondnnco, when tho
cnleucliu vns culled there wero
several cases in which the attor
neys interested put in no appear
ance. Business mon on tho jury
wero highly gratified to hear
Judge Carter quietly remark that
in all such cases hereafter ho
would bo prepared to hear a mo
tion to dismiss the notion by tho
opposing party on the spot. There
aro sumo dilatory attoruoys who
think that courts should await
their pleasure before trying a caso,
but Judgo Carter is evidently of a
Tho Supremo Court by Justico
Frear, with whom by stipulation
only the Chief Justico sat, has
rendered a decision in A. 1 Gon
salveo vs. Pnlriho. It revorses tho
judgment of tho District Court of
South Kona, Hawaii, which was
beyond his jurisdiction in order
ing specific performance of a con
tract, and in that it was rendered
for both parties, and in that it
cannot bo enforced by any pro
cess that tho District Magis
trate can issuo. Tho caso
remanded to tho Dis-
trict Court of Soath Kona for
new trial. Croighton efc Correa
for plaintiff; Thurston it Stanley
Mrs. lluth Horn petitions for
probate of tho will of her late
husband, J. C. F. Horn, in which
she is named as devisee, legateo
and executrix. There is personal
property of about S3500 and no
real estate. Tho will is a holo
graph ono executed in presence
of Robert W. McOhesnoy and
Jesso M. McChosuey on April 2G,
1889, when tho testator was sixty
three years old.
Judge Carter adjudged libels
for divorce on Saturday as fol
lows: Kahinu w vs. Kahoaliilii k.
Granted for adultory. Kane for
Esther Kamakolu vs. S. T. Kai
apa. Granted for desertion. Ka
hookauo for petitioner.
Kaai w vs. Piipii k. Granted
Wilholmina Vogel vs. Hans B.
A. Vogel. Granted for extreme
cruelty, and children uwarded to
tho custoday of petitioner. Kin
ney it Ballou for petitioner.
C. Hosso, administrator of tho
estate of D. H. Nahinu, petitions
for leave to sell real estate.
H. Focko and Cecil Brown,
trustees of tho estate of James
Gay, have rendered their annual
account. Receipts SG895.04, pay
ments SGG25.11, balance $209.93.
The stock on tho ranch consists of
441 head cattle, 5 mules, G mares
and 3 stallions. Horses woro sold
realizing $1852.88 during tho year.
Cattlo increased by 111 head, none
having been sold.
In the suit of Jas. J. Byren vs.
John Allen and others, B. F, Dil
lingham answers for himself and
the Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany, to tho effect that A. Feek,
ono of the defendants, was pro
mised seven bouds of $101)0 each
par value, bearing 5 por cent, in
terest, to bo delivered after com
pletion of tho l ail way from Waia
nao to Kaoua Point, and that if
the road should not bo extended
the value of Peek's interest in tho
railway would not bo worth ono
Judge Carter is hearing tho
tiial by a native jury of Kunoii
vs. (Jr. K. Kuiopahia and others.
Ejpctmont. Castle and Johnson
for plaintiff; Magoou and Dole for
Mon Ntoro Itooin Xcrdcil.
The store room in tho Mcluer
ny block, formerly used by the
California Wine Company, is be
ing handsomely kalsomined in
readinpss to recoivo tho boot and
shoo department of Mclnoruy
Bros.' business. Tho partition
dividing tho present shoo store
from the main room will then bo
taken out and tho other extra
room used for tho furnishing
goods department, the business of
which has increased very rapidly
I'llllKCll Hllll tllllCXIltlOII.
James B. Castlo, Collector
Gonoral of CustomB of tho Hawai
ian ropublic, takes issuo with tho
etatomont of a planter, rocontly
commontod upon in this journal,
that the sugar interest of the isl
ands is opposed to annexation.
"At least a goodly minority of tho
plantors," ho says, "clearly seo tho
necessity for annexation as the
only way to guarauteo political
and honco cominorcial stability."
Ho also says that a protectorate is
not desired, because of its un
certainty. Mr. Castlo is in a good position
to spouk by tho card, as ho is him
splf largoly interested in planta
tion stock. Besidos this ho knows
tho islands well. But his admis
sion that tho majority of tho
planters aro against annexation is,
as ho will doubtless concede, of
much more importanco in its re
lation to tho Hawaiian future than
his assertion that tho minority are
in favor of it. Tho majority de
termine tho extent and forco of
sugar iniluenco on legislation;
they mold foreign public opinion
upon tho issuos that concern them;
they Bpoak in the mandatory way
for their whole class. Few listen
to tho minority. They do not
make themselves particularly folt.
Honco tho forco of tho statement
that "tho planters aro against an
nexation" is not greatly impaired
by the admitted fact that somo of
thorn are not. It is like the caso
of tho Democratic party, which is
nono tho loss against econonfto
protection becauBO of the as
surance that a fow of its members
aro in favor of it.
So long as a majority of tho
sugar mon stand whero thoy do
tho cause of political union be
tweon tho islands and the United
States is in obvious jeopardy.
Wo can think of no hotter politics
for tho annexationists, therefore,
than to do somo wholesome mis
sionary work among that class
while waiting for conditions to
change on this side. S. F. Chronicle.
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Castle & Cooke
. . ENOUGH FOR . .
144 Men - -
The 145th Man
gets loft. . .
JST Vour only chance; come and sco 'cm.
I, LEVINuSTON, - - - Manager.
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
E Shirts Made to Order.
p. W. 0cSmidu 0on
Retail Their .
. Large Stock
At WMtsals Prices !
Specialties THIS WEEK.
I take pleasure in announc
ing to you that I have remov
ed to my now quarters at NO.
513 FORT STHEET 'and am
prepared to exocute all orders
Sortnining to my business,
owolry .Repairing, "Watch
Impairing, Fino Engraving,
etc., etc. I have a handsome
stock of Watches and Jewel
ry to show you including a
larco variety of valuable Isl
and Curios. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited.
320 fort stroet, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Fort St. Opp. Fanthoon Stables.
Our Scissors are sharp; our
1-Jazors aro bright; wo Shave
equally well by day or by
FRANK PAOHECO, Propr.
During Mr. Ilomdmrm's uliseuue, Mr.
EwiuK will Uavo ohurgo of uiy books nml
attend to nil collection). lie can bo found
either nt Mr. Ilonrdmnn's office at Ognra i
Co.'h or at nay office.
335-tf DIt. nEBBERT.
A HOLSTEIN COAY, FINE MILKEH,
kind nud gontlo, Bcoond calf, lmin fed.
Gunruukcil u good cow. Aj)y nt
371-hv BULLETIN OFFICE.
Sto&mora of tho above Lino running in connection with the
oIkadian PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwoen Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or nbont tho dntc8 below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnil Suvn. for Victoria nml I from Victoria nml Vnncouver, It. O., to
' Vancouver. 11. C.t Bun anil Sjdiiuyi
Btmr "MIOWEBA" August 2t Stmr "WAKMMOO" Augnst 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Septembers! Mmr "MIOWEUA" September 10
Stmr "MIOWLKA" Uctobor 24 Stmr "WAIUUMOO" .October 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" November 24 Stmr "MIOWEBA" November 10
Through Tickets iH.sucrt from Honolulu to Cunatln,
United States iviul Kuropc.
FKEianT and rAssENOEH AOKNTSi I I2T For Freight nud Piissngo und nil
n , . , , General Information, apply to
D. MoNicoLL, Montrenl. Cnnnda.
KoBEivr KEim, Winnipeg, Cnnadn. TUff) M FIAVIFS & P.f I 'ii
M. M. Stebn, Sm. Francisco, Cnl. CU. H. UAVILO ft OU., L0
Q. MoL. Biiown, Viinconver, B. 0. ' Agonta for tlioIIiinii,inIslnnds.
Oceanic Steisli Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now nnd Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stenm?bip Compnuy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Ancklnmi nu or about
Aur. 20, 1896.
And will leao for tho nbove port with
Mails and Faeseiigern on or nbout that
For Sydney snd fiicktand:
The New and Pino Al Stco Steamship
Of the Ocenuio Stcnmnhip Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
. A.ng. 27, 189G.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
The uiulcrsigncd aro now prepared
Tlnouu'li Tickets to All Points
in tho Vnitcd States.
t3TFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. 1 AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from H. !'. for S. F.
Aug. 10, 180G Aug 13, 1890
Seyt.4, 1S'J(J Sept. 0, 1880
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mouowai, Ang27,'0G I Alumttln,Aug20'Ofl
Alameda, Sept24,'00 Maripotft,Scptf7,0e
A LIFE SIZE
Qns, Dozen. Fholoa of the Sitter
tSTIs tho LATEST OrFEIt we luve
Portrait and Landscape
' J araes Hi. Holt,
Genekal Business Agent, Ac
countant AND CoLLEOTOIt.
Office: No. 11 Kuahuraanu Street. Telo
phono No. 039. Prompt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
A. V. GEAR.
Ocean SteanisliiD Co.
ik Mail kmk C
M 6 BraBl Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho ahovo Companies will
call at Honolulu cm their way to the
above ports on or about tho following
StmrBelgio Aug. 15, 1890
Stmr Coptic Sept. 2, 18
lo do Jimtito, Fc pt. 10, 1800,
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on (heir way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or about the following dntes:
Stinr Itio do Juueho Aug. 10, 18fl
htmr Gnilio -ug, 23, 1800
3 Stmr Doric, Sept. 15, 1890,
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONO
Cabin S150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4.
months 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
montli3 2G2.50 81G.25
Europeau Steerngo .... 85.00 100.00
GT'l'asReugcrs pnj'mK full fare will bo
allowed 10 percent oil return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
EETFor Freight nnd Pnssago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
lllcr's Steamship Co's
O. L. WIGHT, I'res. S. B. HOSE, Seo.
Capt. J. A. KING, 1'ortSupt.
Will leave Honolulu ut 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahaina, Maulaea Hay and M kena tho
Bamo djy; Mnhukonn, Kawnihae and Lau
palioeuoo tho following day, arriving at
Hilo tho same eeuing.
I.KAVE8 UONOLUIU. ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday,. . .Aug. 18
"Friday Aug. 28
Tuesday Sei t. 8
Friday hept. 18
Friday Aug. 14
Tuesday,. ..Aug. 25
Friday Sept. 4
Tuesday ...gopt. 15
Returning, will Icive Hilo at 1 o'clock
P. M., tuuiJiiug ut Laup.thuehoe, Malm
kona and Kawaihue b'tmo duyj JIakena,
Mualaea Hay and Lahaina the following
day; airiving at Honolulu the afternoons
of luesday and rridays.
Will call at l'oholki, Puna.
ffSy"No Freight wdl bo received after
12 noon on day of bailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 v. m.
touching at Kahului, I J una, Hnnioa and
Kipnhulu, Maul. Jtiturning airitos at
Honolulu Sundity iuoruiuf;s.
Will cdl at Nnu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
No Freight will be reeched after
r, M. on day of Railing.
This Company wdl reserves tho light to
make ohunges in tho tiiiio of departure and
armal of its hte.uuob without uotico and
it will not bo responsibly for any ooiibc
qucuces arising thtrefrom.
Consignees muHt bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; tins Company will
not hold itbelf respoiiKiblo for fieight after
it has been landed.
Live Stool; only at ownen's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of pjBhcugers
uuless placed in the care of Pursers.
Pusbeugers aio reiruestod to purchase
tiokets befoie embarking. ThObe failing to
do so will bo subject to au additional
charge of twenty-livo por cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE tESlDrNCi: OF MRS. A LONG,
one mile from poatolllco. Largo lioubo with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen buth rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
senaut Ikiuhch, stalilts, hoiso paddock,
gardcu and trots. A charming locution.
Apply to J ALKHHi .MAGUON.
tf Menhant ht ueit i mtolUte;
: No. Oo'j, King at.
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