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THE DAILY HERALD
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J I SOPtR Merthaat str
CHYSTAL SODA WOHKS HoH Rti
AM HEWEIT Merchant strew
BOOTBLACK STAND Hawaiian Motel
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r
Saturday july 30 iss7
Palace Square was spnnklcll yester
day
A farewell party will be tendered
Miss A McGowcn
next Monday eve
ning
The failure of the Zealandia from
the Colonies to put in an i pcarancc
yesterday caused general disappoint
ment
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A parly of ladies and gentlemen sere
naded the Adams last evening They
were responded to by parties on board
whose vocal abilities were greatly ap
preciated
The schooner Mana Captain Nelson
sailed for the South Sea Islands yester
day at 1230 p m with one hundred
and twelve natives of those regions
sixty men thirty seven women nnd fif
teen children being returning con
tract laborers
A number of people were enter
tained the other evening by a China
man who became ambitious to become
a bicyclist After completing some as
tonishing evolutions between heaven
and earth he would come down with
remarkable emphasis The bicycle
proved too much for John As he put
It Him allc same mule heap kick
1
At Thursdays session of the Police
Court Ah Choy selling pork without a
license was discharged with n repri
mand A Japanese named Una was
fined a and 3 30 costs for assault
and battery The case against Kami
ano nnd Kahelcmauna for larceny of
pants from in front of a Chinese store
on Nuuanu street was continued till
yesterday
Last night a person was seen driving
a poor crippled horse attached to a
heavily loaded vehicle along King
strccYtowards Kwa The animal was
not in a fit condition to be used how
ever the driver mercilessly urged the
lame beast alongi making it gallop in
harness In any other country he
would be arrested for cruelty to ani
mals Tlic wagon was loaded with
well pipe
Whit might have proved a very scri
our accident happened Thursday eve
ning Pnlnma direction It was caused
by the dishing of one of the hind
wheels of an express containing three
passengers while turning a corner The
occupants were hustled roughly about
onebcingthrownoutof the vehicle land
ing on his head Fortunately the road
was soft owing to the thickness of the
dust and he escaped with a few bruises
and a headache
11
The unusually attractive programme
offered by the Y M C A for the
entertainment of the crews of the Amer
ican and British warships crowded the
house last evening To mention each
number in detail would but involve
repetition as all made decided hits
Rev II II Gowcns address was elo
quent practical and pointed The
Jacks and Tars distinguished them
selves Miss Addie Peterson evinced
histrionic ability of a high order in her
reading The sweetest notes were
sung by Miss Jennie Grieve and Mes
dames Tudd and Paty Mr Fullers
apt closing remarks and ice cream con
cluded the pleasant evening
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARUIVVLS
Kill hay July it
Simr J A Cummins from hooUu
Htmt fc It llltliop torn Krulau
Nirar Wlmnlo from Walnt and wiuliia
Pimr Lhiu from MoloVtt
Rrhr MnuoUwl from KooUu
Schf Nettle Merrill from Kau
Sloop KalilMUnl from Kwa
r11 t mvi rvn
DEPARTURES
Kkiiiav July it
Schr Wallele or Koloa
Schr Mana for South Sea lilnd
Ship Mercury for Port Toneni
VESSELS IiEAVINQ TO DAY
Tern Ke Au Hon lor Koiu
Ilk t A Kln for Port Towmenu
Schr lUlnbow for KooUu
Vessol In Fort from Forolgn Porta
U S S Adume Kertprt I in Acanulco
l Am tit Calbarleii k f Sad t rancUco
llkiue llureka afejer f m MU Frnelco
Nor Lk Oyd Krilieu fm Newcade N S W
IMl tk Iioncrwt lb- i n frt m Sun FrancUco
Am bktne S N Catl M ibrd from Ran Kranclico
II II M S Connuet 0 if j irm lqulmuli II u
bhlp Mercury ianno I ro lluiakoi
Ilk Hope Ieiilialla fr mi l n low mend
Am tk J S bloue lftow Irom lloiton
lluwtik KlaVnu Ande on frpm Vlpral
llwbk Oulllcnno
ilk LIIUd jolUiidf n I rglion
Vesioli Expeotorl from Pprolun
Cer tk Hydra from ijk p iio July 10 31
Haw tk Milan from 11 gk nt duo July ao ji
Am thlu Matilda from il0l ng due now
Am bark ICdwaid May fion Kotton dneNov i J
An trt Kt I nrla from Ntui Vurk du hcllt V10
Qer Urk Itter Ooddefroy fiem crpool due bept
iif
Hi It ImiL Illtmah from Glutei w
W Olrwln McCullough ft
AUEUlt i0
Ilk Veloely from Hongkong du
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due Oct 15 JI
Sn Kranslico due
JO JO
FASSENOEKS i
From MoloUI per leaner riu July S Mr
McCorrluon wife and 4 cniidmn C N hpencer I
JUlbrrg
SUPREME COURT
AT CHAMBERS
Before Chief Justice Judd Equity
division July 29th Henderson et al
vs Allen ct al Foreclosure and sale
Parties agree to foreclosure and sale of
Hana Plantation Win
Foster is ap
pointed guardian ad litem of Else
Unna minor defendant 11 Dole
for plaintiff W A Kinney and C
Urown for defendants W F Allen
receiver Hana Plantation
Before the Chief Justice in probate
July 29th Ebtate Ro3ahc Gilliland
Final accounts of guaidian referred to
Master for report on Tuesday August
and E S Cunha guardian in per
son
Estate John Moanauli Final ac
counts of David Manaku and Mohole
Moanauli administrators surcharged
and referred to Master for report on
Tuesday August 2nd C Brown for
administrators
Guardianship Arthur C Turton
minor Accounts of James Campbell
guardian surcharged and referred to
Master for report on Tuesday August
and C Brown attorney for guardian
F H Haysclden attorney in fact
July Term before Judge Preston
Yesterday morning Hqn H M
Whitney was arraigned for libel against
Mr F S Pratt Registrar of Public
Accounts He pleaded guilty as pub
lisher of the Jfawoiian Gazette and
judgment Was deferred till ten oclock
this morning
Mrs James Dodd vs James Dodd
Divorce This case occupied the
greater portion of the day and was con
tinued Hatch and Sea for plaintiff
Neumann ano A Smith ror defend
ant
The Court in banco on Thursday
adjudged R J Crcighton guilty of con
tempt of court making the penalty
only the payment of costs The
offense consisted in his publishing
while editor of the Advertiser the text
of a bill in equity wherein W 0
Smith and L A Thurston made cer
tain charges of official malfeasance
against L Aholo then Minister of the
Interior The Judgment is by Chief
Justice Judd and Associate Justices
Preston and Bickcrton
FOREIGN NEWS
United State
Thomas Fortune editor of the
colored peoples organ the New York
Freeman proposes the formation of
what he terms an Afro American
League its object being the improve-
Lmcnt of the condition of the colored
race in the United States
Columbia Typographical Union in
Washington is acitated over the pro
posal of a section thereof to erase the
name of Public Printer Benedict from
the roll of honorary members Where it
had been placed only three weeks be
fore
The Knights of Labor will hold a
State Convention for political organiza
tion in Kansas
Gross clearings from leading clearing
houses of the Union for the week end
ing July 16th were 950785034 an
increase of 103 percent over the cor
responding period of last year
Excessive heat is reported in the
Eastern and Middle States ninny
deaths being recorded in the cities A
terrific wind storm succeeded a torrid
spell in New York on July 17
At Union City Tcnn an audience
of aoo men at the preliminary trial of
a negro for an outrage hanged the vil
lain in the courtroom
Boston has purchased 155000 of the
Premier Brick to be used in the
construction of part of the new court
house This brick is made in the
kilns of W E Gladstone at Hawarden
Wales it is seven times larger than the
ordinary American brick of a light
buff color and grooved to hold the
mortar
Rev Dr John McBeth rector of the
parish of Killarncy Ireland is on a
visit to the United States and Canada
soliciting aid for the Society that is
doing educational work among the
94000 people in Ireland who speak
nothing but Irish
Pacific Coast
Willard Densmore aged 32 whose
father is a prosperous farmer in New
York received severe injury July ad at
San Jose from the unexpected explo
sion of a toy pistol On the 1 6th he
was attacked by lockjaw that in the
majority of cases proves fatal
The new Hotel del Monte to re
place that destroyed by fire at Mon
terey is advancing toward completion
it is expected that the Surlighthouse
will take two years and a half to com
plete so many difficulties arc to be en
countered
Mendocino countys assessment was
raised about a million this year over
last years figures and the Board of
Equalization has raised it nearly
another million dollars
Spencers Arcade at Victoria B C
was damaged by fire July 16th the Y
M C A rooms being complettly gut
ted
A gang of prisoners are hard nt work
on Nuuanu street near King leveling
and repairing the road
dibkAi
Shipping Note9
The Waima ialo from Waialua and
aianae brougi a irgo of 5000
oranges 500 watermelons too btffcs
a lot of well nine anil the mnnW
gear of seven railroad cars and about 1
15 passengers
The Lehua brought 15 head cattle
6 calves and 37 sheep
The bark Lilian experienced a
steady downpour or rain shortly after
leaving Hongkong lasting seventeen
days
Band Concert
The following programme will be
played this Saturday afternoon at 430
at Emma Square j
Overture Sylvana Weber
jjaiop Hunting pjkofT
Vi 11 T n Ma Wallace
HallaI Morning Beethoven
i Summer Evc Watdtcufel
Folka lonlan Wardtopc
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Much complaint is being made at
the retention of a confirmed leper as
superintendent of streets at Anahola
Kauai He is the son of a native
named Palohau who represented Ha
nalei district in the last Lcgislatuie
The mans condition is repulsive and
he has for a long time been kept iso
lated on a small islet at the mouth of
Annuo river close to his parents
aoouc where he draws his salary with
punctuality Palohait holds bcveral
positions one a sort of chiel of nolicc
He is often shocked at secinc Chinese
laborers washing their clothes on Sun
day nnd immediately makes a raid on
them
Thursday there was a genuine smash
up on King street opposite the Kings
stable Thcexpresibelonged toManucl
Kcist 1 he driver was badly bruised
tttliout
irorolc OfHoo
Julv 39 t8S7
Official notice having been given to thli De
partment that during the temporary absence
from Honolulu of Mr Thomas Rain Walker
Acting Iirillsh Vice Comul
MK FRANCIS M SWANZY
Will discharge the functions of Acting
British Vice Consul for Great Urllaln All
persons are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the official acta ofthe said
Mr Francis M Swanty
GODFREY DROWN
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Notice to Employers of Laborers
All persons desiring to employ Japanese
laborers upon the conditions hereinafter
named arc requested to immediately make
application to the Hoard of Immigration
slating the number required
It is understood that the applicant agrees
to the terms of the contract hereunder stated
and will take the number or laborers applied
for upon their arrival in Honolulu
Arrangement have been made which will
probably enable the laborers to reach Hono
lulu within three months of tho receipt of the
applications
The terms and conditions of the labor con
tracts will be as follows
I The term of the contract will be three
years
3 The wages will be 15 11 month to a
man and 10 a month to his wife If he has
one and she deslro to work payable In U S
gold coin
3 The employer will furnish to the laborer
and his wife and children If he has any free
of charge 1 Proper lodgings a Fuel for
cooking purposesj 3 An allowance of 1 per
month for each child of such laborer not ex
ceeding two In number 4 Medical attend
ance and medicines
4 One months service will consfst of
twenty six days of ten hour each actual work
In the field or twelvthours each In and about
the sugar mill or sugar house
Over time exceeding thirty minutes to be
patd for at the rate oft 3 i cents per hour to
the laborers and 8 cents per hour to his wife
The Tersonal Taxes of the laborer will be
paid by the employer without charge to trie
laborer
5 Twenty five per cent of the laborers
wages will be paid to the Hoard of Immigra
tion to he deposited in trust for the laborer in
the same manner as heretofore
6 The employer will pay all expenses con
nected with transhipping the laborer from
the vessel bringing him from Japan to the
place of employment including cost of food
and fuel No charge will be made for use of
lodgings at the Government Immigration
Depot
7 The employer will advance the
sum of 35 upon the arrival of
the laborer at Honolulu toward
pa tog expenses of bringing the laborer This
amount to be deducted from tho labours
wages at the rate of 3 a month until paid
The employee will also deduct the sum of 35
i Jk itoiski 4
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from the laborer wage at the rate ofja
month and remit the tame to the Bard of
Immigration monthly to be applied to the
payment of the laborers passage
L A THURSTON
Pretfdenl Board of Immigration
Ilocolula July 29 1887
List of lrpectors of Election
1
WltERBASby Stction 1 f lie Rnlct nnd
Regulations for AdmlnlMcnjt Off it
Subjects arid Uetfficnts the Oaift t Mipfoit
the Constituti6n ami LawjJ providing for thr
Registration of voters arid holding election
for Nobles and Representatives made and
published by the Cabinet on the 75th day of
July 1887 the Minister Of the Interior Is
authorized to issue commissions to such nnd
so many persons in the different Electoral
Districts of the Kingdom as to such Ministers
may seem fit and necessary to administer said
oaths which persons thus commissioned shall
be known as the Inspectors of Election of the
Districts or Polling Precincts for which they
arc respectively commissioned and by Section
14 of said Rules and Regulations said Minis
ter is further authorised to designate one Hoard
of Inspectors of Election for each Election
District to Register Voters for Nobles
Now therefore in pursuance with and
acting under such authority I do hereby ap
point and commission the following named
persons as Inspectors of Election for the sev
eral Districts Wards nnd Precincts ofthe
Island of Oahu as follows
DISTRICT OP HONOLULU
Watd 1 M P Robinson Chairman A P
Knlaukoa A W Carter
Watd 3 F Tnriill Chairman Pierre
Jones David Walwalolc
Ward3 W L Wilcox Chairman Rev
J Iaaluhl
Ward 4 Joni Austin Chairman L C
Abies M D Monarrat F Wundenberg S
Klla
Ward 5 J A Magoon Chairman J
MahiI Kancakua Wm linger
Ward 6 Geo J Ross Chairman J M
Vivas Samuel Malicious
Watd 7 Urticc Cartwright Chairman
Frank Hustacc S Ilookano
Ward 8 C A llrown Chairman 0 K
Wilder J W Kahalcwai
Ward 9 J W Naukana Chairman Ku
13 Wallace
DISTRICT OF EWA AND WAIANAC
First Precinct Alex J Campbell Chalf
roan K Kauhl JohnKukiahu
Second Precinct F E At water Chair
man M Mahelonn A Ahrens
DISTRICT OF WAIALUA AND KOOLAULOA
First Precinct C N Italama Chairman
W CLaneJKaluhl
Second Precinct M Dickson Chairman
E S Kimokcir Frank Halstcad
DISTRICT OF KOOLAtirOKO
A Kaulia Chairman M Rose Jas Olds
List of Boards of Inspectors of Election
Designated to Register Voters
For Nobles
In further pursuance with and actlnt under
said authority I do heicby designate the fol
lowing named Hoards of Inspectors In their
respective election districts of election to be
the Hoard of Inspectors to register voters for
Nobles
ISLAND OF OAIIU
District of Honolulu
The Hoard appointed to be Inspectors of
Election for the Fourth Ward viz Jona
Austin Chairman L C Abies M D Mon
sarrat 1 Wundenberg S Kila
District of Ewa and Waianae
The Hoard appointed to be Inspectors of
Election for the First Irednel viz Alex J
Campbell Chairman A Kauhl John Ku-
klahu
District of Waialua and Koohuloa
The Hoard appointed to be Inspectors of
Election for the Second PrccincNvz M
Dickson Chairman E 8 Kimokco Frank
Halstcad
District of Koolaupoko
A Kaulia Chairman M Rose Jas Olds
L A THURSTON
Minister of the Interior
Honolulu July 25 1887
TJopnrtnoiit of UTliittnao
July 12 1887
All persons having claims against the Ha
waiian Government ore requested to send
them in will as little delay as possible to the
Departments responsible for their liquidation
W L GRtEN
Minister of Finance
For Snlo nt tho Quaker Dairy
Ex SS Australia IlartlettPears Pcachei
Muscat Grapes Fresh Apples eating and
cooking Crab Apples Cherries on Ice Ger
man Prunes Green Gages at cost prices
BUSINESS ITEMS
No hand book excels the Hawaiian Almanac
and Annual for reliable statistical and general
Irifgrmatioa relating to these Islands Price
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WAR
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WAR
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NOW THE CARNAGE BEGINS
Grand Ajimial Slaughtering Sales
Prices away down Goods sold without Reserve at
OOO KIMS
ccmaasn hotel and ironr sts honoiuiu
Sales Will Continue Until Aug 6
Silk atiiis Silltrs
Fincst Damast Linen 60 Inches
-AT LOWEST
For Two Ms Only
OUR SEMI ANNUAL
Remnant Sale
Will take place
TO DAY
Jill our Rcmvants will b
placed 011 tho counter and
marked way down
Li Ladies trimmed and
untrimmed hats wo arc
prepared to offer Big Bargains-
Remnants in all depart
ments
Gome and sen what we
offer you To Day
Chas J FisM
Leading Millinery House
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
RESTAURANT
The undersigned has taken the
LUNCH AND COFFEE ROOM
On Nuuanu street near the City Market
where
Mciils in tho Best Stylo
Will be served at all hours
Hoard per Week 450
Single Meals 25 cents
WO 1 IOP
Proprietor
ARRIVED
Per Australia-
A LOT OF THE BEST OF
HAVANA
TOBACCO
All of which will be made Into
Smoking Material
Call and sample some of those Cigars
Satisfaction guaranteed
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
BOATS FOR SALE
Three Whale Boats
One decked Whale Boat 30 feel long 3
feet deep 8 feet wide
Two 2v feet Surf Boats
One 18 fest Surf Boat
One decked Plunger 16 feet long 6 feet
6 inches wide 2 feet 6 inches deep with
mast and sails
One 22 feet Sailing Scow decked with
mast and sails
One 12 ton lighter decked
E R RYAN
Boat Builder and General Jobber
Germania Market
GEO Mr RAUPP - Propriotor
Fort Street Honolulu
Beef Mutton Veal Fresh Sausage Pork
Etc Constantly on Hand
Shipping S d on Short Notices
W T RHOADS
I
50 cents per Yard
R JAY OREENE
rHOAOsIgREENe
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Riii f Arc fi Arnhitfints
VIIIM I II UIIIIUUIV
88 Queen Street
Mutual Telaihoni 348 tost Olflco Bon 359
TRKGLOIN
MerchantTailor
on hand a-
1 and Varied Stock
OF
Fine Woolen Tweeds and Casimcres
Which he is making up at
PRICES
TO-
Suit the Times
Also a large and select assortment of
s Fin
A general line of fine hats Riding trous
seaus a specialty
Ladies riding habits and Jackets made
to order
10ET STEEET
Howling
lley Shooting Gallery
Fine Physical
Exercise and
Practice
Shooting1
J A McKeiizie
Practical Plumber nnd Gas Fitter
All orders for House or Ship work promptly
executed
Shcp next to Post Office Bethel street P
0 Box too Bell Telephone 424
THE ROYAL SALOON
Cor of Nuuanu and Merchant Sts
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
E II F WOLTER
Keep always in stock a variety of the best
Wines Liquors Beers and ice cold Beer on
draught at 10 cents per glass
CALL AND SEE US
O B UOLU
Iairytr and Jtetary VvbUt
Office at 15 Kaahumanil Stroot
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