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H0NOL1ILII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. PRICE 5 CENTS. ; - TT V isrcial mrw Except Sundays, WW I fl.r f8 00 t" lx onw g5 one year ..... foreign (ih' 6 00 10 00 W MOXET OBDEB. t must .lnntA"10" ?-.. GAZETTE CO., BiH. fHHS. Manager. Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I. UL NOTICE, l-ent advertisements and sub bmust be prepaid. 1 re not allowed to sell faor to receive payments from & of the Daily Adver 1 Wceklt Gazette can al- rarcbased from the News or st the office of publica fHerchant street. LDailt Advertiser, ?1.50 fa-ter. or $6.00 a year. a year m Gazette, sriber vfho pays to the un- I for either paper one year, fa advance, will receive one lie " Tocbists' Or ide " as lx reward will be paid for ion that will lead to the ? . i i 1-3 oi any one sieaiins me feeklv left at tne omce or E of subscribers. h jdveriisement3 should be in during the day, to insure ;m the next morning. Short feeived np to 10 p. m. MAN GAZETTE CO., fl. il. Whitxey, Manager. lESPOXDENCE. r I i iJoanelTeg responsible for the !(, opinions expressed by our p: Charles A. Bunt- Independent says: "I Jeve in high license as a I the drinking evil. Be pnot banish all the rum p,for the reason that Jilto perform their ade f. will we say, we will peby having men pay punt of money, so that p. shall be permitted to pe?' Some say the high pem is better than "alt a loaf is better il. These people are 'Jieir delusion, but hon- aoes not change -t character of their act p fences. Why license J1 be right to sell rum, sell it as they do any of meichandise. Far f we should have free t wan. bv vnt J ai V W Q V w. C. T. U. pse Gambling. r- tnmese pakapio f 10 Chinatown, and the i760U1SQ- Once adav F these ffamblinfr haa at 9.9A . 9 ' -,ou r. m. ana ."ill b m. 4 " mere has been X TlTVA il , 7 lQan this. Two h Of thn 1- W apio com- - jested about I 2'bat y got Sentof ff & 80 that th Ue ton to the gam i:3KiJ0Pe menofinflu- C?.fWlU Wake nP to Stop them. fi UOna it . i . ' --av l imn i l ' vu uimg mem Sr. I? Astern foment r Police. g wo Qero v J. B: CASTLE, is evidently a bund to gtavo them off for a while, and a signal- for work to commence at the outer end of this district. The Walaohia crulch. a mnrA im. portant and yet a more breakneck Commission Merchant. place would be hard to nnd in the whole of Kohala, and should be put into order before any other; but if this system of helping, out planfa- iiuiio lu uuu wvvr mr tneir men in slack times be kept up, those, places, like the present one at Ainakea. that need no repair, wilt swallcW an tne avanaDie tunds before the needy ones get anything, Of course it is very nice-for the management of the Road Board to have a comfortable drive tachurch - Office Cartwright Building, Merchant Btrett " t - Honolulu, XI. I. ' : 2651-y J. 11 DAVIDSON, t Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Office Kaahumanu Street, I 1 r. - ' (In office formerly occupied by Mr. O looi-iy . r Jioger3).' IF YOU ABE IN SEARCH OF I BROIDERIES OR WB ii n WILLIAM C. PARKE, and to see that plantatioifcitf which ATTORNEY - AT - LAW cuey uro luteieHteu nave nrst-piass roads over which to cart their cane, but they are not everybody,' and tne common people nave a right to De considered. henelm.1 Kohala, Hawaii. 'T-- v . : . : ah Agent to take Acknowledgments. Otficx No. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono- 6-y " lulu, M. l. ; ; CHARLES F. PETERSON, Typewriter and Notary Public. EVERYBODY EATS Office with L. A. Thurston. 2703-q HONOLULU, IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, CRACKERS. Boilers, Sugar Mills Coolers, ' 'aud Lead Castings, Brass of lieen?A frw and not. f.A Xhev aro crof . maQy of them in nyeth. a W be done to curb iTe. even For !'keb.T frs, the j at it. This Everybody eats crackers and conse quently anything relating to their manufacture and sale is of general in terest. There was a time in the his tory of the business when crackers were all about the same. One brand was just about as good as another and none of them were good enough to be any great temptation to a delicate stomach. That time has passed. It was a good many years ago. The crackers of the present generation are as different as day from night. - There are good crackers and bad crackers ; fresh crackers and stale crackers ; and of the whole lot, stale crackers are the worst. There are some grocers in the coun try who sell stale, unpalatable crack ers because they can get them cheap and make a big profit on them. - They think their customers don't know the difference and by and by, when their cracker trade is all gone, and thev don't sell a box in a week, they look. surprised and say: "Jb unny now peo ple's tastes chansre. People don't care for crackers any more." Don't they though? People don't care for stale, unwholesome crackers, that's true, but they do care for a cracker that is pure and fresh, and altogether delightful as an article of food. The American Biscuit Co. has a manufacturing capacity of 800 barrels of flour daily. This enormous quantity it makes into a. greater va riety of goods than any other bakery in the United States of America, and yet is scarcely able to fill its orders. It is turning out more crackers to-day than it ever did before, and the trade is still growing. Why is it? It is simple enough. Their crackers are the best that are made. People who try them invariably want them again and the grocer who sells them always finds that they not only prove a good source of revenue to him, but make his store popular with the people. American Crackers are made bv skilled bakers, of the very purest and best materials obtainable. They are sent out of the factory fresh from the ovens, and are never rendered unwuoiesome ano un palatable as well by being stored in a warehouse a month or two waiting for orders. The orders are always waiting for the crackers. "Always ask for American Crackers. If vou are not already familiar with them, try them and be convinced of the truth of all that 5 has been said about them. You'll never regret it: Factory, Broadway and Battery Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 1382-tf. H. LOSE, Commission Agent. Patentee of Lose's Chemical Com pound" for Clarifvinff Cane Juice: oi which supplies are Kept on nana. S?He will attend to any business en trusted to him. OFFICE - MERCHANT ST., NO. 42. Anil machinery of every description mad to oraer. Particular attention paid to snipB' blaok-smithing.- Job work ezeonted on the shortest ntice. ... 2661 ' MISS I. LAMB, Stenographer and Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, Merchant street, near the Postoffice. 2677 DR. EMEKSON, OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc ker's omce). Office Houes 9 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 3 p. m. ; Sundays, y to iu a. m. Bell Telephone no. 61. School street. Residence 5 2704-3mq DR.K. KOBAYASHI, NO. 161 FORT STREET. X7-Offic Hotjbs 8 to 10 a. m. ; 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. 2655-2m FRANK B. AUERBACH, Agent to Take Acknowledgements to Instruments fob the District , os Kona, Oahu. - - Office Oahu R. R. & LI Co.'s Depot, up stairs. . May 11, 1891. - ' 276Mm - ; LEWERS & COOKE, v . ' : -(Successors to Le-wers It Diokson) - - t . . . Importers and Dealers In Lumber . And all Kinds of Building Materials. No. 83 rOBT STBEET, Honolulu. 2651 JOHN T. WATERH0USE, Importer and Dialer in GENERAL LIEROHANDISE. ; No. 25-31 Queen Street, Honolulu. 2651 -: o to WILLIAM O. AOHI, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, , Notary Publio and Beal Estate 1 ?M5i' :-f Broker.-..', 'f;..- Orricx 36 Merchant Street. 2651 H. HACKFELD & CO-, General Commission Agents dor. Fort k Queen 8ts Honolulu. 2651 :. W. E. R0WELL, Engineer and Surveyor , Room 5, Spreckels' Block.:.. ' ' : " ' 82-y ' s 104 Fort Street, SACHS Honolulu, H. 1. WHERE YOU WILL FIND A NEW ASSORTMENT OF AND CHOICE EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES For Ladies and Children; EMBROIDERY, Nainsook ; EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS, in Swiss, Hamburg and WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION; and an immense assmt. of Fancy Striped and Plaid Wash Materials In the Newest Designs; AT REASONABLE PRICES ! Tie Popular Millinery House, 1 04 Fort St. 2651-q ... . CASTLE & COOKE, IMPORTERS Shipping and Commission Merchants; PLANTATION AND INSURANCE AGENTS. DEALERS IK Telephones Mutual 128; Bell 152. P. O. Box 338. 2793-3m ALFRED S. H ARTWELL, Counsellor - at - Law Office in Cartwright Building, opposite Post Omce, Honolulu, M. 1. . 2789 1379-tf , , Daily Advertiser 50( per month. BEAVER SALOON, Wort Street,' Opposite Wilder & Co.'s, "- 1b: jr. KOLTX, PBOPRIETOB. First-clASS Luncbes 8erred witb Tea, Coffee, Sod water, uinger.aie or auijc. Open From S a. m. till 10 p. ni. i-Smokers Be4uisitesa Specialty. 2651 - 3 THE ROYAli SALOON, Oor. Nnaann and sxerenanv streets Under the Management of E. H. F, Wolter, ' r r ' r..niiiTi l n toek a rarletrbf the best Wines, Liquors, Beers, and loe cold beers on draught at to eent per giiH i - - - carCall and ISeo Us.ta - 2651 . BUILDERS' MD GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, PLANTATION SUPPLIES Carpenters' Blacksmiths' Machinists' and Plumbers' Tools, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS . Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods, and General Merchandise. Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugal?, Wilcox & Gibbs. and Remington Sewing Machines, Dr. Jane & Sons Family Medicines. 2651 1356-q ENTEEPEISE PLANING MILL PETER HIGH, Proprietor. OFFICE AJNT MILL On Alakea and Richards near Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I. MOULDINGS, Doors, Sash, Blinds Screens Fraies Etc Etc TURNED AND SAWED WORK. ; LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Groces -MUTUAL 55. T E LEPHONES 2724-q i7-BELL 498. Bopping. Honololu and San Francisco Mail Service ism- TIME TABLE OF THE Oceanic Steamship Co. (SUBJECT to change.) The Austbalia and Zealandia Leare Ban Franclgoo at 2 o'clock P. SI. L.eare Honolulu at 12 M. Tuesdays. -The Through Steamers Leare San Fran ; Cisco and Honolulu Thursday!!. : ' LEAVE STEAMER. SAN FBANCI8CO. Mariposa...... June 25 ... Zealandia.. June SO Australia July 14 ... Monowai July 23 ... Zealandia. July 28 ... Australia Aug. 11 ... Alameda ...... Aug. 20 ... Zealandia Aug. 25 Australia Bept. 8 ... Mariposa Bept. 17 ... Zealandia Bept. 22 ... Australia Oct. 6 Monowai Oct. 15 . . . ARRIVE HONOLULU. July 2 July 7 , July 21 July 30 Aug. 4 Aug. 18 Aug. 27 Bept. 1 , Bept. 15 Bept. 24 bept, 29 Oct. 13 Oct. 22 LEAVE STEAMER. HONOLULU. Australia...... June 30 Monowai July 2 Zealandia July 14 Australia July 28 Alameda ...... July 30 Zealandia Aug. 11 Australia Aug. 25 Mariposa Aug. 27 Zealandia Sept. 8 Australia Bept. 22 Monowai Bept. 24 Zealandia. Oct. 6 Australia...... Oct. 20 Alameda Oct. 22 Zealandia Nov. 3 Australia Nov. 17 Mariposa Nov. 19 2690-3m ARRIVE BAN FRANCISCO. .... July 7 .... July 9 .... July 21 .... Aug. 4 Aug. 6 .... Aug. 18 .... Bept. 1 .... Bept. 3 . . . . Sept. 15 .... Sept. 29 .... Oct. 1 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 . . . . Oct. 29 .... Nov. 10 .... Nov. 24 .... Nov. 26 Australian Mail Service FOR SAN FRANCISCO, fhe new and fins Al steel steunsbip ALAMEDA 99 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or aboat July 30, 1891, Ana will leave for the abeve port with malls and passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPEBIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. Gk Irwin & Co., AGJSNTS. For Sydney and Auckland. The new and fine Al steel steamship ir -rr yv t tt a r 9 Ot the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco or or about July 30, 1891. And will have prompi'dl3patcn with malls an assengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPKRIOB AC OOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., 2G51-q AQKNTB. WM. G. IRWIN t COMPANY, (Limited.; Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager Claus Spreckels, - - Vice-President WALTER M. GlKARD, - - - - - - Secretary and Treasurer Theo. C. Porter, ... - Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents. -jfifFTovin inst received some NEW MACHINERY with the latest im provements from one of the best firms in the East, we are now prepared to do eood work at shorter notice and lower rates than ever before, and having lately engaged several nrst-ciass mecnanics, we win mase a specially 01 Counters, Shelving, Stairs, Etc., Etc. CPrompt attention to all orders. AGENTS 01 THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., Of San Francisco, Cal. Wm. G. Irwin & Co., (Limited) has assumed the assets and liabilities of the late firm of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., and "will continue the general business formerly carried on by that house. i!-27U8-q EAGLE HOUSE NUTJANCJ AVENUE - " 111 FORT alaphon SAO. -; STREET. P. O. Box 397 36511 JEI. E. Mclntyre Ss Bro. IMFORTKBS AND DEALEBli IB Ghroceries, Pro visions and Feed? . EAST OiSSR POUT AND KIHQ STREETS. ' IV ew Goods received by every packet from the Eastern Btases and Europe fresh California 1 y Try uteamer. A 11 orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the i"V fi- Af riiri;e, Isiiad 01 Cuts solicited. Satisfaction gcaranveed. Potto(2ee Box o. 174 TichQBS No. 'i -'Wl-a THIS FIRST-CLASS FAMILY iJJf 1 Hotel (situate in the most pleas III f i ant part of the City) continues to oner the comforts 01 a home to transients and others. Adjoining the Main Building are several rew uottages specially constructed for lamuy use. - Table unsurpassed. - : X2Terms J2.00 per day, $12.00 weekly. Special arrangements -for monthly Doarners 2 x. jhuubju, irop., 269513C3-q , Honolulu, H. I. PAPER HANGING! 3&t)tnistmtn!s. ATLAS Assurance Company FOUNDED XS08. . LONDON, Capital. - - i 6,000,000" Assets,- - - 9,000,000 Having been appointed Agents of the above Company we are now ready to effect Insurances, at the lowest rates of premium. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 13fil 2684-q : Pioneer Steam CANDY FACTORY , and BAKERY. F, HORN Practioal Ooniectioner, Pastrv Cook and Baker. No. 71 Hotel St. - Telephone 74. 1356 2651 LOVE'S BAKERY ffo. 7S JTnnana Street. MBS. BOBT. LOVE, . . Proprietress. Every Description of Plain and fancy Bread and Crackers, PBKBii Soda Crackers Saloon Bread Alwaya on Hand. MILK BEEAD A SPEOLALTY.- . Island Ordeirs Promptly Attended to. - 2651-q - - C. BREWEE & COMPANY, (limited). ' ; . - . . GENERAL MERCANTILE COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF QrnOEBSi - F. O. Jones. Jr.M President and Manager J. O. Garter Treasurer and Secretary Hon. W. 7. Allen Auditor DIBXOTOBSt Hon. O. B. Bishop. Eon 4 B. Wsterbonat 2651 JAMES NOTT, JR., PRACTICAL TINSMITH & PLUMBER Corner of King and Alakea Sts., Honolulu, H. I. - TELEPHONE Workshop. Mutual 261 residence, Mutual, 236. Estimates furnished on all classes of Plumbing and Tinsmithing work. First class workmanship and material guaran teed in all the above branches of my busi ness at reasonable rates. - 79q Clans Upreckels Wm. Q. Irwin. CLADS SPRECKELS & CO., HONOLULU HAWAIIAN DiLAKDa, r IVE J. L. MEYER.THE PAINTER V-X : a call and have your paper hanging done promptly and neatly. 130 Fort St, r. O. Box 3S7. ; 2748-ly Draw Exchange en the principal parts 0 the world. . . ' Will receive deposits on open aocoont, make collections and conduct a general banking and exchange business. - ' ' - J Deposits bearing Interest received In their Bav lngs Department subject to published rules and regulations,. :: - 2651-q' FURNISHED ROOMS. FORT - ST. HOUSE, No. 184 Fort Street ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOMS either single or en suite, at reason 4eA able rates. Hot and cold water baths and all modern conveniences to be found in a first-class house-: Apply on the premises to " 1 27I0-lm L : WM. P. CROOKS. PAINTER ! IF YOTJ WANT A FIRST-CLASS JOB of Painting . of any description done, call on the practical Painter, J L. MEYER only. 130 Fort St. P.O. Box387. - - ' 274My : - - .V- 1