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'1TKSIUY, JUNK, 17, 1M10.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
l.enve Honolulu 0:oo :;0
An he Miinaiiu 0:13 -j : 1 ,i
heavi Mutiiiiu 11 :0O 4:00
AriUc Honolulu 1 1 : J S 4: Is
A. M. 1'. M. I'. M.
l.e.wc Honolulu... u-iio 'm:o a .do
Al'J'Ivu M:tuuii:t IU:tS I :18 U:lrf
Leave Mii!i.iim....ll :Ot 1:1.1 '1:0."
Arrive iloniiliilil... 11:1.1 -'i.II 4 :!W
.In in 10
Jap IS S Sagami Mam, K'fiiiliMiiliu, 1:14
dav's fiom Yokohama
Am bis a C Allen, T Tlinuip.011, 1.V..J
days from Sun Francisco
.Stinr V ( Hull from Maul ft ml Hawaii
Srinr (! i: bishop from 11 eln nil of O.thii
.Selir Ka Mol for Koloaand Hamilei
Selir I.:i Inlti for Koholalele
Tern Allkii for Koiiu
.seln Surah A Ullza for Knnlau
.stinr Mikuhaln lor ICan.it at ." i m
bum lakellkc for Maul al ft p 111
Stmr Hawaii for itniuukua at 10 a 111
VESSELS lIaVMS TO-MOnJiOVf "
Am M;t H 0 Wilder, Orlfllths, fur San
Mmr Ku'u for YVnlalita ami Walauuc
al U a m.
t'ehr Kaultlii'i for Kauai
S'ehr llaleal.ala for Kaliiilni
Fiom San Francisco pur b!.i s Xfu.
tlo.Iuiic. HI A i: Aldridgu iimt wife, C
ami O llicley. II Town-end ami :.' -nil".'
II Chamhci'lahi. ( MeC.'ariy. ami Mr
j For Kauai per .-imr Wnhdeale. .Mine
It! -Prof G Sulivlcl uud Jon.
From Yokohama per Jap JS S Sagam!
Main. , I lino Ml Itcv A Ujtroin, Count
Axce YVachleiiilMer, Count Amlo Syee
heiilji. 7 In steerage, and 50.'i .lap iiie.-c
Fiom han Fr.itielco per lilam S C
Allen, June 170 !: trillions, W Itchi
hart, II A Fili-. .1 .Incobs
F111111 Mali! ami Hawaii pcr-tmr V C.
Hall .lime 17-Col . h Spalding, Col
!:im Xuu-ix, .1 X S William'.. MN
Cl.nl., Mr It W lloll. .1 1) Hull ami
wife. Mrs. I D.lohiHoii. W ClaiK. .1
Mt'liii'i-Uc. 0 II Tiilil, Mr (i O Mnl;a
viiiiia, l'utf V l' llritli:iui. A Vtiiistv.
Nfrs K Miirkk, Mi-i ICinm.i Martin, Jis
I (I'Avi-jnon, lion V V Horner, .1 I)
MvIiktiij , 1 Cl:i ami 08 (leek.
FUP.clCM VESSELS IK POPJ.
lT S I' R Charleston, Hear-Admlr.il 0o
Drown, fiom .san I'rani'ix-'o
lrifSM S Ai'orn, (h'o N A I'ollard. from
llr f.lil(s.lloriovilalc, (iiithrit', from
llltt I'lanter, 1I.)ov, Horn San Francl-co
Am ml-fc paol.tt .Moriiluj; Star, (i F
(iiii'liind, from South Sua Inlands
Am bkl S U Wilder, Ufillltlis, trom San
Am Id: F S Thompson;, from San Fian-
IlatvbkWll Codd-ijy, It Dabfl. trom
Am lil.l Disi'ovui'y, D McXeil, from San
Am blu W 11 nimond, K I' Iiiew, fiom
Xur hlil 'I'lior, W V. Slelneil, from
Xowcaslo, XS W
Am tern .Marlon, .1 HotNon, fiom F.n-
FOREIClT VESSELS' EXPECTED.
IlUt J A Falkuiibuix, from Fern, (for
Knliiiliil) dm! May 7
llr ship IHeiif'lield salleil fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug 'Jl
(lor Id: AdonU from Ilromeii
( lur bk Van it, fiom Xew York
III; Unele .lolm, from Xeueaslle, dm'
llr bk llli ker from London, willed Apr
15, duo Ante !'."
1 ,M S S City of IVklng
l'luiicleo due June l'l
Am bk Cevlon, It C'alliciin,
Ilittv S S Anstialla, II O Homllette.fiom
San Francisco, due .lune i!7
H M S S Alameda, Moim from San
Franeisco, en route to Ihe. C'olonlt
duo July 5
1: M S S Ma'ripoia, Havwmil, from the
Cokmlcs on louto to San FiaiieUeo,
duu June ti"
Am bk Aldun !!eeo. Howaid, trom San
' Fiiiucl-.co (for Kaliiilni), due .lunti
Am it-'lir Anna from San Frauel-eo (foi
Kahiilui) due June 17
(Jot bk fii'o N Wlleox, Ha-ek, from San
Sun FraneUeo due .lutiu .'!
The stinr W O Hull arrived lhi. alter
noon with L'010 Imy-i sugar, 119 lias
iiwa, !i6 bags coffee. 27 hcatl rattle, 400
goal fckiin. and l-'l pkg umlries.
The following items nro from tins
Julian GnMUi; of Alny 31: Tim
title of emigration from Japan to
the Hawaiian Islands Mill coutinucs.
Another batch of j'iIIO in all tho
I'ourtunntli wo lieliovt; vliiclt lias
jjono to tliu' rslnnils leaves hero
by tho Sagami JI:trn on Jiinu 'iiil,
eoinprlsiug 170 males anil oli fe
nmlet from Kiimamoto-ken, l.'IO
males anil .'Hi icmulcs fiom Iliro-f.hiiiia-kcn,
Il'O mules ami !)S fu
malc.H from YaumgiiohUkoii, ami -10
mules from Fuktioka-ken.
Judging by the stfitement of 0110
of the uativo papers, emigration to
Honolulu appears to be piolllablo.
Wu are told that the savings de
posited with tho Jnpaneso Coiitiil at
Honolulu by Hit) eniigrantn urn
steadily Inerousiiiig nod that thoy
now unioiiut to over ?2.riO,00(). Iu
ftleud ot two olllelnU, four are now
ngngrd by tho Foreign Depart
ment in eoiiiieotiou with the fund.
Tho money is refunded to tho emi
grants on tliu expliation "of their
term of engagement.
La GAL & OiiilEflAL KEWS.
Two C'oiinti nro in lov11
Mil. .1. 1). Mt'lncrny litit leliirned
from alini vacation un Hawaii. '
Hrcv. A." (K'tiom of Ivukal.t It.!' il'
turned fiom his trip to Jnpuii.
Mil. Tlio. MHtarkey hai keen
appointed an aKi'iil to take ui'i.'iiow
k'llgiiient. 1.KWIS A Co. oiler "Seeinlty" to
all .1 tuff brand oi eunl oil healing
A.S iiiljntttiH'd meuliiig ! the Hit
Urtilati liiilu Adi'ocitlion tt'ill be held
Tin-; tilUeial piopHiiniio of tlie
Maui niet'H fur tho 'lib July appeain
in Ike Hi'J.Miri.N.
CoMMANOKti Kondrrdine of the S S.
Hagnini Maui lias out thitikii fm the
l.iti'Jt Jaiain;-e piiptrM.
'I III! H iid (Dim of the Snpicnie
Oomt opeintl I hi. nun uipi; at ID
uVlm'k fin ll.ltieo Clici!! Miily,
AnoilSKV-OllNKIIAI. J'eteifOll will
bo jpccivcd by tho Hnpienu) Coin I at
JOoV'kiek lo-iiioiiow iiiMining.
Mil. and Mrs. A. K. Aklriil;p have
our tknnku for tln"p'M,p" I'.'i-'K the
latest foieigu news yesteiday.
A M'i nxnii) likonetid of Ike lale
Ilany Aukl may be hm-ii in J.J.
Williiimx' window, Fort i-tieel.
llA.VDioirAt'T, tin little paper pio
duced by the teneheri and pupiN of
Kamrliunielia School, i isued for
Mny anil a veiy iutetoliii); niilnbei
Two cwago tmiK tii.i' by Itobt.
Fah.m and .lolm 'A'aiiiuiail, pnpil.iol
Raliieliaini ba liliu'l;"inilh elatr-, 111 e
on iwliiliilioii al (bf Hawaiian Xew-Co.'-
To-moiiiiow at 1- o'eliu k noon,
Mr. Jit. F. Moigau will m II at pub
lie ajietion, at ii'ar of thu olliei of
lion. J. I O'jWMtt, Vtieen otreel,
ome valuable lhoiolihbleil .-lock of
iinireb and roll.9.
'I'm: Jitp.lll (iiisri'tlr i-.IVn ihe.lilp-
anes-u naval traiuiiiu kip 'IVtikuba
it about to Htart on an 1 le.ht iiiontha'
ciuit-e. including a vi'-it to the Ha
waiian l.iluudti, with 11 haleli of ca
detrt who are e.indidaleH for Hrailim
tiou at tin Xaval Colb'tie.
Tin: Ut'i.iuii:; AVi:i:ki.v Si-mmaiiy
in"iied to-day eontuiiir. lull lcj.jii.hitive
repoit.4, lepuit of Kanieliiinicha
Day races, report of i-ni tij Kupio
luni Alnteriiity Hoine, and othtii loeal
ni'ws. Kenioinbur then will be with
in K to take its phtee .for seudinx
h1iio.ii! when Hie odilion ixeNliaiistt (I.
Lin Seyiiiiiur. tlie polieeinan who
ti'isisled in the ntteuipled eieape of
J. 1(. Mills from tho Station, was ur
ruignetl in the I'olice Court thii
moriiiug. Mr. J. L. k'uultikoti, his
fonnsel, elninieil that the oat-o was
within tliu jiui.-tlielion of tliu l'olieo
Mugistra'.o. Tho claim was over
ruled, iind defendant, committed for
liiul to the Siipieiu.' Court.
Iiv the steamer Sagami Maru fiom
Japan last night aniwd Count
Aec Vucbleiiiir(i( 1, an Aiistiian no
bleman, who brings lullris fnin K.
V. Irwin, .iho llawnii'iu Minister
i. ...:.!.. ... 1.,.. it:., m..: ,...
jvuniiiuin ill- .hi J'iiu, i" 1111 miijc-?ij.
Count Wncbli'tuifier, whose tinelu is
Atistiiiiii AuibahMoloi al llerliu, was
mini prcsentfd to His Miijesty at
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. (). ().
!'., at 7::i().
Drill Co. 15 Honolulu Ilitles, at
Mclnerny Hall, al 7:30.
Drill Co. 1), Honolulu Ilitles, tit
Rerctunia street Armory, nt 7:!J0.
Sleeting of Hoard of Directors
Hawaiian Kille Associaliou, al 7:31).
MAUI RIFLE ASSOCIATIOIi.
WedncMlny the 11 Hi tho Maui
Hillo Assnniiition hail a picnic and
loan at Ivnluatiui. II was 11 spit udid
uflair fiom first to last, and especi
ally the liiiiu, Under a largo laiiai
fcoveiul tables were -ot . and the pio
visions were all that, could ho wished
foi. Tlieio was an abundance of
every tiling, all in native style, and
evciybody present expressed them
selves ns never having witnessed a
belter or oven so good u loan. The
lanai was nicely decorated with palm
leaves, festoons, wreathe, and Ameii
can "and Norwegian flags. Kvcry
body wiiij given a fern wreath round
the neck and the vvkob arrangement
was exceedingly pretty, mid tluiM
that got it all up descive the thank,
oi the cAiiniiiiinily.
Scvtual iiliologrnphs were taken
during Hie day by Dr. A. A. Crane,
Mr. Ilcineiiiann, and Mr. McICny.
There were peoplo pic.ent fiom
Makawao, Spieckclsville, lvahului,
W'ailiiku, Wailico and Waikapu, awl
among thoto present vveio noliecd,
Judge McCully, Ctinstil llopke, Mr.
Mossuiiiu, Mrs. Howie, Miss Camp
bell, Mrs. (!. II. Alexander, Mian
(ioodalc, Miss Stiles, -Mrs. Noble,
.Mif.s Clink, Mr. awl Mrs. V. von
(Iravonieyer, Mr. awl Mrs. Cowan,
Mis. Austin, Mr. and Mm. (.'nine, Mr.
11 nil JIis. Dickey, Mrs. II. 1'. Ilaklwin,
Mr. and Mis, MonisO'i, Mis Sehoeii,
Mr. nml .Mis. Heckwitli, Mhs llcik
with, Mr. and .Mrs. Westoivclt, Mi.
Vctlcson, Mr, Nome, and niiiucious
The weather was very lino, and
the shooting went, on hiiskl). The
shooting was jioor, however, Mr. J.
Andoitou, jr., winning the first nii'
dal with y.r) points; Ibid medal won
by Master A. llaldwin with ;ill points,
Miss Hohooil walked ofl' with the
ladies' piizc, and the team medal
was won by .Mi. Andoraun's team.
Distaneu l!00 aiils, 10 shots each.
Na W.u I.ua.
DAILY BUIiLKTIW: HONOLULU, II. L,
9, -itieQW&tt yagjpi mv ttmmmrf mm tirtMf
HE LEfiBUI IE,
Trusuvv. June 17
Tin Legislature opened al
The Seigoaiit-at-Aiiiis unnntinud
11 messagi! from Hit Majesty. Col.
.). II. l!od entered awl delivered
u letter to the 1'ivsidciil. U wai
signed by (Sen. AW Maofar
lauc, II. M. Clmmbciltiiii, and an
nounced that His .Majesty was
pleased to inal.e the billowing ap
pointment!: Minister of Foreigy Affairs, Hon.
.Joiix A. Ct MMINS.
iMinlster (if lfinatiue, Goona-.v
.Miuislcr of Interior, Ciias. X.
Attnrney-licneral, Aim nut 1'.
I'lrmtMiN, 1 1-1' .
The I'lc'nleiit 1 csuiiiod calling the
older of hiisint'.si.
Noble idemann moved the I louse
adjourn till next Monday.
Hup. X'lwnlii inuvcd in aineiidmenl
the House adjourn ior three weeks,
inn ni.vv caiiinI'..
The new Ministeis tiled into the
chaiohcr through Hid Intel ior Ollice,
the Iloiist: risii.g out of respect to
ASininlc r Cuiiiiuii lead in Ha
waihui a statement to the Clfcct that
His Majc-ly liiul been pleased to
ask him to lorm a Caliiuel, and he
had done fa) by selecting the gentle
men whom he named witii himself
for the respective otllees, as stated
in the foregoing royal message.
The lJiet.ideiit Have the Minis
ters taken their olllcial oat bar
.Minister Cummins They have.
Rep. Xuwahi argued in favor of
his amendment. It would be neces
sary to adjourn three weeks In give
time for an election to tilt the Noble
seal made vacant by Minister Cum
Noble .. M. Horner had no objec
tion to an adjournment if there was
good leason for it. They were down
there fiom all part 3 of the inlands
not for the purpose of making ad
journments. He ditl nol see why
they could not go on as they had
been doing with Hie ordinary busi
ness. Tho House hud been proceed
ing for some weeks without any par
ticular jmlioy from Hie former Min
istry, and he ditl not see why they
should not continue in the same
Xoblo Haldwin thought it would
be rather long to adjoin 11 for thiec
weeks, l'ul il did seem righl that,
in order to give Hie Ministers some
time, they should adjourn till lion
day. I'eilmps the Ministers had
something to say on this point.
JJep. Xuwalii contended that it
would ho unconstitutional to do busi
ness vvilli any of tho seats vacant.
This Cabinet may be very smart
men, but if he should ask them
questions they would have to go into
their olllccs to get the information
from their clinks.
Hep. Ricknrd moved, in amend
ment to the amendment, to adjourn
till the .'!0th day of this month,
which will be two weeks from yes
terday. Xoblo J. M. Horner considered
that a majority of thU House could
do business. A law could not be
passed in the Uritish Parliament or
the American Congress if every
member had to be present.
Rep. ISrow'ii tool: it that unless
the Ministers asked it, an udjsurn
ment for one week was sullleient.
Minister Cummins slated that he
had resigned his scat as Xoble. He
would leave the matter of adjourn
ment to the good judgment of the
House. Two weeks would be ample
time for the Ministry, but they pro
posed to leave it to the House.
Rep. Kaltia said a motion of want
of coiilldencc would require that all
the members should be present. At
llrst he was in favor ot adjourning
till Monday, but after what the
Minister had said In: thought they
ought to ntljoiiru for thiec weeks.
All the Ministers except the Minis
tor of Finance were new to their
olllces. More especially should
they be given lime, as he had .rend
in a newspaper the Pae Ainu that
morning that this Cabinet was a
Hubby one, having no backbone,
therefore they must back tliuin up
and give them backbone.
Rep. Kaulii said the member for
Ililo (Rep. Xawahi) hud referred to
Rep. Rickurd us I he member from
the backwoods of Huniakua. ' It
might be retorted that Rep. Xuwalii
was tho member from the guava
groves of Ililo. The argument that
a majority of the House could not
do any business was absurd, lie
was in favor of the amendment to
the amendment. As members were
calling "ninau" he would do what
he ditl not remember doing before
move the previous question. Car
ried. The House adjourned till Monday,
The I'ii 1111 m a Canal Commission
bus propaicd a flesh icpnrt on tho
prospective, earnings of the canal in
cuse it is completed. After the caiiul
is in operation twelve yeais the an
nual net iceeipls are expected to he
I'rinco l'liilippe, the Dnko of Oi
lcans, has lieon leleascd fjoiu Claii
vii 11 v pi icon after llucc months' con
linenitint. His releaso may cause
some Cabinet changes, as some of the
Ministeis think l'lesident ('aruot lias
been heailHtioug in the iiialttir,
The Times hopes banking and in
niranco agencies will be stalled In
consequence of the settlement of In
A mail has been received at Apia
for the Austrian frigate l'uuii.
May 8th was generally observed
as a day of thanksgiving for Toe
icstoration of peace.
The (Senium warship Alexandrine,
calling at, Apia in April on her way
to the Marshall Islands, had .'!) of
her crew laid up with inlliieii.a.
Robert Louis .Stevenson iind
paily returned to Apia, April 0,
in the schooner .land Nlcliol from
The wreck of the (Scrinun watship
Adler was sold at auction to l!. W.
I'artseh for Slf).", conditioned that
it be cut down within three months
so as to allow the lower beacon light
to lie seen by mailers of vessels en
tering the limber. A dispute arose
over the sale, awl the vessel wit'i
told again a week biter without con
ditions, when g.l.'iO was the success
Tiegidalioiis concerning the piovi
sioiml collect ion of cu-toms and
tues in Samoa aie pioeluiincd in no
( ordanoe with the Ibilin tieulv. Olio
Mailin has leceived the appointment
us collector final the Ihiee consul.
The Times does not think much of
Wholesale liquor deuleis put tip
their prices on old stocks 011 the
uotidcalion of duties, HuUhr- nf
large stocl.i realiiil nearly '.'00 pi r
cent protit. The toel: in th mai
kel iv suflicieiil to supply the ic
qiiirenienls of Samoa for fully n year.
May It Commander Shep.inl, on
behalf of the l'nited Slate (iovein
tilent, piceiited to MUiiucnillafil,
chief of Apia, the beautiful whale
boat built ni Mare Island navy yunl,
a- a tokeit of npptcciatioii of the
noble conduct of the chief dining the
liMtrieane in Mauli last year.
Olo, a Sinniii chief, wa lit ought
befnio live judge tot circulating a
editions report, which was that Ma
liiafrt was the choice for King of the
Heilili (iiiifeicnee, awl that Malie
loa's name :i in-cited by fraud.
(In hNuirc-d he implicated , 1 lieiiiuin
11-sideiit, but on examination con-
icseti tile ilupllealioii was a talc
hood. Maltinfa h. (old the chiefs
supporting him di- i nelly that lie
would not pciiint any discussion as
to the light of Malietuu to the king
ship. He showed the evils of follow
ing such 11 cotn.-e. The country is
now at peace, awl nothing should In
introduced calculated to ( leate 11
division of parties.
A meeting of the executive com
mittee of tins fund was held yester
day at Huron Ferdinand tie Roth
schild';: town residence. There
were present iJaron F. tie Rothschild
(in the chair), Sir James l'aget, Sir
Algernon Horthnick, Sir Joseph Fa.y
rer, Mr. Jonathan Hutchinson, F.
R. H., Mr. F.dwnrd Clilford, and Sir
Somers Vino (lion, secretary.) The
lion, setrclary prceuted tho audit
ed accounts of the dinner, which
was held in January last, under the
presidency of 1 lis Royal Highness
the Prince of Wales, and pioduced :v
.sum of I'll, 100. A donation nf .10
guineas from the Skinners' Com
pany was gratefully acknowleged.
The available moneys at the disposal
of the committee were reported to
be about i'O.OOO. Aftei; consider
able discussion it was resolved, on
the motion ot Mr. Jonathan Hutch
inson, seconded by Sir Joseph Fay
ier, that a .systematic preliminary
investigation by correspondence
should bo immediately undertaken
with the object, of ascertaining from
the medical olllceis of the leper
establishments throughout the world,
and from others in positions ena
bling them to assist in the inquiry,
Hie actual conditions of leprosy at
the present time. It was further
decided that the information thus
obtained .should be promptly pub
lised as received in a condensed form
in a journal, and Dr. Phiueas Abru
ham wai appointed as technical
secretary to conduct, this special
correspondence and to prepare the
journal. On the motion of Mr. K.
Clifford, it was resolved that the
meiiioiial lo the late Father JJuinien
should take tho form oi a granite
Runic oros-i, with medallion por
trait, to be placed over his grave at
Molokai. The hou. secretary was
instiucled to arrange with the Ha
waiian liovornment for the recep
tion and maintenance of the memo
rial. After th'j transaction of other
loiiliue. business Hie committee ad
journed. f Loudon Times, May 10.
A HEROINE. .
W'u are constantly being told that
the age ot heroines litis passed away,
and that there arc no .loans of Ate
or even Grace Darlings in our tune.
Perhaps the following story will re
mind people that theie may be a
great deal of quiet, practical, work
aday heroism amongst Hie wives and
mothers oi to-day: There is a lady,
the wife of a doctor, in a country
town on the (Jtulburu. Her sou,
sent to school in Melbourne, fell off
a tiam, was can led to a neighbor
ing hospital, ami had lo have his
leg amputated. Then her husband
and daughter were attacked by
diphtheria. .She spent no time in
useless repining, but by her admin
bio mining .saved the lives of her
two patients. Hut tills was nut all.
The doctor's patients hud to be
looked after as well, and there was
110 friendly medical man available,
so the doctor's wife drove 011 the
daily round, saw the patients, learn
ed their symptoms, described them to
tho doctor, and wrote out the pro
scriptions that he dictated, not los
ing a single t:ae. Not only this,
JUKM IT, l Olio.
-sf'Vt.V-rs."'. w 1 r nimitt M
but when the doctor was convales
cent., but still unable lo got about,
mi .'tccideiit happening In the hush
which necessitated 1111 immediate .'
operation, she wiapped the doctor
In his blankets, drove him to the
place where his services wcrereqtth;
id. suppoited him during the oper
ation, ami conveved him safely home.
One would have thought that her
time would have been fully occu- j
pied, but she managed to no to ,
Melbourne to see her suffeiing son
in the hoqiital. llt was prorcMiiug ,
badly --thi! bone could be seen t
tlnotigh the open wound. The doc
lots cvplained that they were wail
ing for an 'imputation case lo entne
in, so that they might obtain some
warm living llcsh to (ill up (he
wound, but that no such case hud
conic in. She east a glance at the
suffering lad, and, bating her arm,
said simply "Thi- is large enough ;
take what, you want."' Lxpostnla
liou was in vain. And live ships
of lli-sh wen1 taken fiom the fair
louiid arm, whilsi -he kept back by
a soptcine effoit ol will the cry of
augul-.li that 1030 to her lips," lest
the boy should sillier more in know
ing that he suffered. Happily she
did not sulfur in viin, as the experi
ment was successful. Lei us hope
tint the return that her devotion de
serves will not be wanting on tho
pail of the sou. ('Australasia.
JAPANESE IMMIGRANT SHIP.
The Japane.e steam-hip Hugumi
Maru, Capiaiu Thos. S, Kenderdlue,
111 ri veil al 10 o'clock Mood y 1 veil
ing, RIA days fiom Yokohama, whii h
poit he h ft Jiuu-'id, at 1'J in. Ev
pei ienciil pleasant weulhci .the en
tile passage. She icuiitiucd oil' port
till thi" niKiiiitig when she was
brought in and inooied in (he nival
The Sagami Main brings .j'.I.I Jap
anese immigrant-, 1(12 men awl loll
women, wlio vveie lauded thi-. morn
ing al the iiiituieratiiiti Depot. Dr.
Oriul.i icporlid all well. .Me-.-is. V.
(.!. Irwin & Co., life Agents, will des
patch the Sagami Mum again tot
Yokohama and Hongkong net Fii
day, at noon.
DKI.IClOrS lee Croilrt
Soda seivcd-ul the
lulu 3.J Soda sei veil -ul the
K lie lee Cream Purlins.
uunB 1 I
-IL'ST JtliX'Ii'.IVD :
i:. Win. 11. 111111..11J.
GASES SBCBB1TI BRAND
CO A I, OI L
OF JIKill TKST.
ijiiiW 10 & CO.
r.vj 1 in
Fresh Butter !
Ill llZTiV-VOVUU l'AVM
Is tho Finest Table Iluilor -itl in the
Oily of Honolulu.'
10 in: ii.i or -
Kenry Davis & Co.
ImporU'd Diiecl fiom Havana.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accouiitns., Collcc'.crr, Ccr:ril.'-.l3a Ages'.; cJ
Ciittusi Houn) BroU'r;.
Arc al all limes prepind to per.
form any rteeripib.ii of ( lericil U'oik,
puck ns Auditing Accouul.i, I'd-tlug up
Tradcsiiifn's liooks, Miikmir Iiiveiiloiics
of .Stock, Kiigros'in J.ygi.l Documents,
Kit:. (Vrnpc!cnt mil Itcllnbli! Fieiglii
Cluiks for the delivery 11111! tall) ing of
r()lllci! at Ihsrvci. '; Itoiu:inso::'s,
Qiiton -triei I'.isi tilllco Hox ti;i .tin.
luirielcplioiie 1'.': It II Telrpbone tit.
TAI WO CHAN,
Miunifiirturer of Lsditi'
French Kid, Gait & Kangaroo
siii.s uncos vivnr 10 oinmii,
I'e'Xucil or Newcil; nlsn, Na.tille-.
i!3 Xiiu.iiu: Si,, . i l, u. Uc. -0 1.
goo Kim & co7f
No. .VJ Niiuatui M., Honolulu,
?,1 13 KOI I A NT TA 1 1.0 118,
And dealci hi all kinds of
tlus-lnici'i'S and I'liiulnliliitr (imitw,
Al-o, a full stuck' of Dry and Fanny
(loods. flood lit guaiaiileed. .l7;im
y,o no lulu
FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING
Jkiii Kidui; Association
Spreckels' Pari, Kahiiliii,
JULY 4, 1390.
ltt K.v3-"HAltli0AD CTASLg.'' I'crw&S.
IM'N'NINU. .,- Mile Datb. J'uc
lur .ill Hawaiian bred Iiui'm'-.
2a.l Rate-"KAHUIUI rOltCU." $100.
KUN.VIN'U. I Ml
3rJ Rnt ''MATCH EACH.''
Jlainrs,. 1 Mile 11
KUX.VIN'U. I Mile D.vdi. l'reo
THOTTIXd and I'ACIXrs. To
harness. 1 Mile Heat-, bc-t 3 hi !.
4th Ua3c-"WA1K.M'U PDKSK." tlO.
ltlrNNt(;. l Mllo D:ub. For
Maui biod lini-es.
Sth Ba-"WAIMJKU FKltHi!." ,00.
KUNNtNO. j, Mile and icjicnt.
Free lor all lluwalirtn btod horses.
Ptt Ua"KIM0VS PLAXi:." Vw: $50. '
TKOTTfXO. 1 Milrt" Heat-, bi-t 2
in a, o htirno'-. Fnr all lioises
without a record uf titlO or better.
7th Hac-"AS0CIATI0N VWW tlCO.
KFNNINH. J'.: Mil.. Dash. Free
Sth ?.ti-' NOVELTY CAOC." Sum t70.
11CNNINC. 1 Mile Du-lt, lst-ind,
."lid tpiarler, fcl."i; mid Itb ipiarwr.
L'." each. For Jlavvidiaii bred
9Ui Baci-"KDLA VURSK." 530.
I'ONYUACi:. iMlIeDali. For
I'onies 1 1 iiHiuis or under, to carry
l()U pounds and up.
10th Itac.-"vVAIHEE PUHtJU. ' !.
TROT l'l NO and PACING. 1 Mllo
heats, best .' In .1, to harness. Fieo
till. R4C0-"C0HlhTHIAN RACE." Quid
JSCNNINC. IMileD.ib. Owners
to ride: wclterw eights. Free lo all.
12th Race--"HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL nrd
SUGAR CO.'S PURSE." $50.
THOTTtNO and I'ACIN'O. To
harucJs. 1 Mile HcuK best '2 lu tt.
Ftecforall llawuliau brtil hcinos.
I3;li Race -MNA CUC." Purso 5.100.
JSCXNIX'I. D, MIl.Dmb. Fiec
lor all Hawaiian bred boric-.
14tli Race "MAIDEN RACE." Puit-SIO.
KCNNiNO. )i Mile Da-h. Fire
to all llnwuliau bred hnrs.s that
never rati a public lace.
lOtli Race '-MAUI DLR3Y." Pane $75.
KUNNIXti. ;.: Mile Dash Free
for all Hawaiian bred '.' w.u oldj.
16th Rice "MULE RACE." Perm 5.30.
RCNNINO. 'j Mile Da-h. Frc
in all; catch weight-.
All entriei; to close Fiiilay, June 27th.
at 11! o'clock noon, and all entrance fees
to be () percent, iinle.i nlhcrwlfC spe
ckled. All races to be' run or trolled under
the inles of the As-uclatlon.
AH holies aie eApecteil toslatt unless
diuvvit by I'. o'clock noon, mi Julv :l,
Ocucral Aduilssiou ij ru.
To C.raiidbtaiid .V) eis t; fi.
2 Horses A- Canlage 8'.'.
. 1 Hnre & Caniagu -jl.
Horsfbaek 00 cts.
Qiiai ter-tretcli lladg.- S-.W.
L. IU. VETLESKN',
iSJ lw Secretary M. It. A.
A. G-. SILVA,
bi k 6Fncitd Pttett,
Furniture, Matting & Carpel Laid
Fine Uphobicriug mill Jtcibliug a j,pe
clally. jiinu lU-iiiu
A. S. MADEIItOS & CO.,
ITotol Btrcot noar lClon Uroi,,
Ila3 received a largo -tock of Tailors'
Goods Iruin Kuglaud, emislstltig of
Twce(h, Ciis-litieres, Lie.. Ktc. Call
mid examine the Goods before ordering
Mrs. M, J. RAMOS
lw PlioloErauIiie Gallery
At A, I.. Sultli'f, UpsUira,
Wiicro the Bait, ths Neate3t and the
Photographic, Pictures and Resident?
Views am taken. Lntlro sallsfitcilou
given, and all orders promptlj intended
KrA respectful Invitation Is sent out
to the. ludic-. 10 call ai.d -ee for them-,
selves. s0 lui
AT a meeting ol tliu stockholders of
tho Honolulu Dairy Co.. (L'd).
held Juno 1'-, lb!)0, It was decided to
accept the chin tor grunted it Tho fol
low lug named perron- all le-ldlng in
Honolulu ure tbu ulllcers of the Com
Fiesldent S. Roth,
Vice-Pic-ldeul...r. I. Dowselt, Jr.,
.1. A. Macoon.
Auditor .lolm F.tiu.
The Hoard tit Directors of said Com
pany coushl.s of tlm I'leiddcut, Yle..
Picsldeiu, .Secnitury andTtcasun'r,
5S0 3t .Sei'ielar.
Itsol Wire Fence
poit BAiE hy-
Hawaiian Ilarflwaro Co.,
5G1 For' street. ft
Pacific Uardware Co., L'd
B. I', IllIlajLvji, rrcrfdu.) J, a. Bp;:i-.r,
l,'a3.igs;: I', t, Wir.tc", Trcwatcr.
- Tlti: V I 11V I, ITE.-'T IN"-
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
Hall Lnmp3 & CkandolieiH,
.lut Itcclvcd from the Factory.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full J. hue of the Favorite
Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ice Chsets,
Uifftoa'a 3.vtj 4. ril: J.'ow LiLtt tt LoV,
Pliuiut, Jr., Cultival'orr.
Pictures Frames & MonWinfs.
Pacitlc Hardwaro Co., L'd,
f.50 if Fort A. Merchant .-.-.
HENRY, ill. STANLEY
IN DARKEST! AFRICA
rirtrimi,!utiftnr7..f fltinfi-iiiTCfnt ttilllinff
tWcnturn an.l tliu Ulvluiuro of hli Impotuni
dlic-'Hw.j will iii..ur f r tha lint Itmo In tUj
iitk ritivii liy hliavir. cntltlnl "la IMti-,t
Airl-i. 1) 1 m.t lu acwlwd t.y nny of Uio o
cilW "hUuI I100U-unw Ulnjoifiroil ai "its-nlno"atiil"aUi(-ialo
' Tn no ouo of tho l,i
,Siailey cutrlliuUst a ltn .
n -nil . no C1U-.IIOH nlmt Oil. fUteruntit t.t j
ci'rrcetliii'iiT3irll0v.l.ir. Wo sinrai.wilt, snJ
vill dlfo iartli-uiar on srpllonllo-i
PAIITIflM In in!cr lnt to K, ra'.ioJ. w
lHUIIUn tut tha loui. Ikm ILo nj.
charlus scmuNER's sons
An.) thu tl.o cinnurtluc utut runlii i ixrtlilcutc
, f agcitcy f tern un .
A. L BftNCROFT & CQJ
132 POST STREET,
SAH FRANCISCO. -General
Aacnts for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
.Sole Agent t'or Hawaiian Kingdom.
rriiTrwoTiirTrnrj 9, t?tdtti
iflmioMiu a riiibii
KsJOtir New Artoljpo Illititratiil
Caialogui! seiif free on application.
1 IN NJTTTHH MT.,
Sun 1'r.MirihPii. : t Cnllroruta.
Gustav k, Schumaa
No. 70 l. 81 : : Kino Slrl.
At W. Wright & Sou'u.
Having received it full itsjotrncnt tif
Currbti;i)Ttiiiiiiibig Muleiith from the
East, 1 am prepared to execute all orders
with ncntiius mid despntch at very rcu.
ronal.le r t''.
Sugar Maclinary For Sale
1 I'litnani Fiigiue 1S.'.Ii:,
I Three Jtoller .Mill,
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With U0 Imh belt &. Fitting,
I 12IiiU.18 Coinblneil Vacuum
1 lirNl2x7.Nl8 Combined Vacuum
teS' All In good order and condition,
and ready for ihillyory at the end of tho
present giliidlng season. Muv bo In
spected at Ilanvikim Mill, I'aittiilo, Hu
wull. Applv to
010 lm Thso. H. Davles & Ca
t T 1
73 y ' L ' - ' s?
15 . -v,
., e i?'12.l u:- d