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. .. . . r . ; ft s. .Ill i I k LAP l. 1891. r Wa IS- - . vs ' 1 " i iii Tinimn - mi i l . i iii.. " Everybody eats craokers." See first page." A big loan will this evening. be the order for 5 T " , SO 9:49 2:49 5: .. -in: P.M. 1:45 :30t 5:351 Quarterly meeting of C. Brewer & Co. at 10 a. m. to day. Franklin stove coal (anthracite for sale by C. Brewer & Co. '..,5.11:55 455 6:501 K"1 r4L Pinafore will be giveu in future by some local amatenrs. the Vented. 5:301 6:071! 2708-q prf g S g fejL-r ! . 9.13 The Board of Health postDoned its usual weekly meeting yesterday. Messrs. E. Hoffachlaeger & Co. have received a number of pianos for sale. To rent, the new building: at No. 11, Union street. Inquire of T. N. Wright, or R. J. Greene. The TJ. S. Iroquis will leave next week for Samoa. The Charleston has been ordered to Honolulu. i - i m ,5,1 9.90 P. 40 I. J 1.50 1"- i i;f,M 1.20 A. . I .11 I w , 1 - 1-Jt! 0.2O. 2.40, i i o 3.201 5.24 5.24 5.24 5.25 5.2-1 7.43 8.31 6.461 9.49 6.46 10.24 6.45l0.55 6.45 11.28 The Amy Turner will leave Boston September 15th if sufficient induce ments are offered. C. Brewer & Co. are agents. The sloop H. L. Tibballs was pur chased by Sing Chong & Co. for use Y " a. in tne rice industry between here and Pearl River. , , ' " Xr, rAvOTt fit. V ol Honolulu uoservawry J l a lfia. a" Although nearly two months in the future, there is talk of a two-Jav atieoi the Honolulu celebration of Her Maiestv the Queen's birthday. S.?.lTdoon ove the c-nstom 1': . hi?tle is sounaea cur- Noon, Observatory 26 8. of CJreenwicn IrS'i 1STEUIGEHCE. ABB1VALS. Wednesday. July 8. vania Vance, Anderson, from N S1 . r S We would acknowledge the re ceipt of an invitation from the direc tory of the University of California to attend The 22d Annual Com mencement" of that., institution, which took place on Wednesday, June 24. Early Tuesday morning Mr. B. F. Dillingham's residence was visited by the barefooted burglar. He was heard trying to force a door, but was warned evidently by the signal of a whistle of a confederate. He left the usual imprint of his dirty .foot. Referring to the departure of Mr. Shortridge and family for Hono lulu, whose arrival here was noticed by us yesterday, the San Jose Mer- nvtHtniAn lnlnt4 t Jormng Star, Duncan, for Kigdo Jg attracting many of our socieiy peopie. j.n inose oeautnui islands the balmy air of the South Pacific brings the flush of renewed health to even the casual visitor, while a lengthy stay compels one to realize this is indeed the 'Paradise of the Pacific.' " DEPAKTCKES. Wedsesday, July 8. 1 Hawaii for Koolau. Eangtsuna,oiraaut, iui xum hi LEAVING TO-DAY. L Haglund, forWaianae and ijHilbus, for Laupahoehoe, I. tt l n m. . r io for Kauai. pSSELS IS POUT. .ptfoei not include coasters.) - i-jina Stanley, Newcastle. iiat, Cutler, Port Townsend, jraing Star, Garland, J aulit. n.Jimes, Liverpool. Gkde, Hercksen, Liverpool, j inter, Dow, San Francisco, j Wikraan, Eureka. Jam Claudina, Alaaa, Eureka. p Queen, Nelson , ISan Fran . a:dia,?an Oterendorp, S F. . la Vance, Anderson, Newcastle. X VESSELS EXPECTED. where from. Due. eld Liverpool Am 20 Johnson. . Liverpool Aug 18 f Brewer.. Boston Juiy25 p ..San Francisco..Oct 15 p China (Mah).June 30 pane.... Glasgow Aug 31 Bremen Sept 10 fisalokai.. Cruise July 25 N San Fran... June E Foster. La ysan I.June 30 f Johnson.. New York. .. Oct 4 pa Davis. Boston Oct 25 jpeter 8 F(Hilo). ..July 15 t Sau Fraucisco.J uly 21 f-JofPek'g.S.F.. Aug 18 oa SF Aug 31 i-wtry... s t- Aug 29 r,uu5 o x Aug 26 f:oai ....San b rancisco.July 30 Im probable .Murder. An insane South Sea; Islander who has . been confined at the Asylum, nearly killed Kaulua, the chief guard at the Asylum. The guard had the Islander and another inmate remov- "i m it , mg some barrels or poi in tne poi house yesterday morning. The hrst mentioned was reproved for careless ness in handling the barrels. So in going out the guard was struck two blows, one on top of tne head, tne other on the side of the face, the weapon used being an old axe. The wounded man was taken to the Hos pital, and the assailant locked up where he could do no further harm. Colonies July 30 ..Port Towns'd.Aus: 10 imNli SOTES. vtr"aJer-ar"ved at ban Fran ,20 days hence. -Wu bark H U.awj -"SV itn in lat. 5 deg. S. was and . , . " I-)- , CDC lfi nrnViakl.. tu:. K'UWUIY UU 11119 3. ""'U nOW On hor nro f t ;K K . kT"'? oirvan arr ved at "-uem rrom Uonolulu Yia te'iP1 leave3 thia after- Ji?m.. PBha and five " railway ties for Hana. 'blst t 1Pd HaSesund sailed U4abt for Port Tn,00 p .viiiiocuu. ;ortenomiuenceIad- fiincisco. nnn l we Jvmau -"ftar. Paaer C. R T!TW . . Hfmm p". arnvea on lwiil C.lkUOla" with 300 bacs JadPnTu :..agam to-morrow for 1 -"juu, ance rI r, ,a?ieu . scnooner 'a.aln.ni V, u "csuay morn- ' -8. v J 1ay9 froui New- day8 on tbe reef- ul. f-hoi T. uuo wi iu I ort Llakely prior to June Farewell Reception. A farewell reception will be given at 7:30 to-night in the Y. M. (J. A. hall for Mr. P. C. Jones and Mr. S. D. Fuller. Mr. Jones has always been one of the staunchest support- ers and workers or tne association. Mr. Fuller, after six years of earnest labor as General Secretary, leaves on account of his health. The meeting will also be made the occasion of the public recognition of Mr. H. W. Feck as the new Ueneral Secretary. All the mends and well-wishers 01 the association are cordially invited to be present. Police Court. Wahinealii was up in the Police Court Wednesday morning for as sault with a weapon dangerous to life, viz.,a knife,on Ailuene, a boy, on July 6th. His excuse was he thought the boy was hurting another young fel low. Police Justice Foster fined him $30 and $1.70 costs, with thirty Oflnaa r .. h for tCuV lQ. takes to-dav fiftv -uawweU Plantation, NiuaSnawill get out L ITEMS. . us Apricots pQQM .ou, Vi- can Limes, PMttSbXAtS. u A X' T Hess, connected with the California Democrat (German) of ban Francisco, is on a visit to these islands in the interest of that well-known paper. Any of our Ger man fnendajwishing to subscribe to 2r d7erH8e in the democrat will nnd Mr. H. ready to receive orders. During his stay here, Mr. Hess will visit the Volcano. Many of our readers will remem ber Gen. Schofield, whose marriage to Miss Kilbourne was referred to Monday, by our San Francisco cor respondent. He was here some fifteen or eighteen years ago, and superintended the survey of Pearl Harbor, and made a favorable report to his government concerning its availability as a coaling station. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Barker of San Jo8e are staying at the Hamilton. Dr. B. is a prominent dentist of that city, and has chosen this tropical ex cursion as the best outing for the present season, intending to make a tour of the islands. The doctor says it is cool here compared with 102 deg. to 104 deg., as the thermo meter stood when he left San Fran cisco. Among the recent arrivals, was James A. Wilder, youngest son of the late S. G. Wilder, who is a stu dent at Harvard University, having just finished his junior year, and re turned home last week to spend the summer vacation among his kith and kin. The mention of his name recalls an incident which is said to have occurred during the last few days of the term, and which will bear repeating. The theatrical ama teurs of his class were giving a per formance in one of the public halls of Boston, which was crowded, as is usual with such amateur exhibi tions. Young Wilder was reciting some lines in the part taken by him at the close of the act, when he sud denly dropped the last line of the English version, and said in Ha waiian: "Mai akaaka oe, Pauahil" Instantly, a thousand eyes turned to the center of the hall, and a thou sand tongues were whispering, "who can it be?" And when it was ascer tained that the words were spoken to a pretty young maiden from the 4Paradise of the Pacific," who sat immediately in front of the stage, vociferous cheers came from every part of the house for the young Junior, who had so artfully closed the evening's play with this inci dent. Mr. Robert Bunge has lately ar rived here as agent of Blake Pump Company, to put up the new pumps for the Ewa Sugar Plantation, which is having twelve new artesian wells sunk, to furnish water for a thousand acres more of cane soon to be planted. Mr. Bunge is an en gineer and was formerly on the S. S. City of Sydney, when she was employed as a mail boat between San Francisco' and Australia in 1878 9. To those who need a pleasant Tonic for any kind of debility, we can recom mend Clements' as the best. For sale by Hollisteb & Co. 2to toorttsenunte. FOR RENT! THAT NEW BUILDING AT NO. 11 Union street. Shop 35 ft. wide bv 72 ft. lone, and 12 it. hieh. Sui table for any kind of mechanical work shop. Inquire of J. N. Wright or R. Jay Greene. 2810-tf Quarterly Meeting. THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET ing of the C. Brewer & Co., will be held on THURSDAY, July 9th, at IOo'cIock A. m., at the office of the Company, Queen street. E. F. BISHOF, 2805-lw Sec'y C. Brewer fe Company. Supreme Court of the Islands. Hawaiian apples t oajmon. A "PPiy of Island Pineapples, etc. CIT Market, Mctai Tel. 378. ' lulu . , J ' aerr Depot. shf U ar- ozen ysters B fcf (ion., r "aits in tnven . 1, 2 '3t MttbTiriVEExiSER John Mahoe and Lulu (w.), on a charge of fornication, were found guilty, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment and pay costs of Court, $2.60. : The che fa case from Tuesday was still further remanded. Departure of the Morning Star. The Missionary steam-barkentine Morning Star sails to-day for ban Francisco in charge of Captain Dun can, with Mr. Eosehill as chief The Star eoes up under sail, and on arrival at San Fran- tW rantain is instructed to hand over the vessel to the author! ties of the American Board in that city. It is not precisely known what the Board intends to do with the Morning Star, but it is expected they will cive her a thorough overhauling . . T . -r-r and then send ner bacK to nonoiuiu. The Chilean Provisional Junto, representing the insurgent party, have issued a circular note ad dressed to the European Powers asking for .recognition as bellige rents, on the ground that it is in full possession of oyer half the m- nabited luna ol tno rcpuonc, is strong enough to make itself res pected by force' of ' arms to protect Chileans and foreigners, and is constantly gaining strength. F THE MATTER OF F. H. RED- ward. of Honolulu. Oahu. Creditors of the said bankrupt are hereby notified to come in and prove their debts before such Justice of the Supreme Court as shall be sitting at Chambers at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of July, 1891, between the hours of lOo'clockin the forenoon and noon of the said day, and elect one or more as signees of the said bankrupt's estate. By the Court. ' HENRY SMITH, Clerk. Honolulu, July 2, 1891. 2806-tf NOTICE. MY WIFE, MARY SUTHERLAND, having left her bed and board, I will not be responsible for debts contracted without my written order. JAMES SUTHERLAND. Honolulu, July 7, 1891. 2809-2w NOTICE. n. G. P. ANDREWS WILL BE OUT D of town until July 26th. 2809 3t Meeting Notice. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HA nalei Sugar Mill Co. will please take notice that the annual meeting of the Company will be held at the office of C. Brewer & Company, Queen St., MONDAY, July 20, next, at 10 o'clock a. m. ' , J.O.CARTER, Secretary H. S. M. Co. Honolulu, July 6, 1891. 2807-2w NOTICE. TTIRINQ MY ABSENCE FROM THE U Kinsrdoni. Kahuku Plantation matters will be attended to by Castle & Cooke. The assessment upon the stock will be payable there without iuriner nonce. JAMES B. CASTLE. Honolulu, June 30, 1891. 2805-lw Co-Partnership Notice. .HTL J ESSE M. McCHFiSET AND ili Mr. Fred. W. McChesney of Honolulu, TJ T :-. are admitted as members of our firm t date from July 1, 1891. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. Honolulu, July 6, 1691. 2a07-3t 1383-4t August Doubting Thomas. Perhaps you do not believe these statements concerning Green's Au gust Flower. Well, we can't make you. We can't force conviction in to your head or med icine into your throat. We don't Want to. The money is yours, and the misery is yours; and until you are willing to believe, and spend the one for the relief of the other, they will stay, so. John H. Foster, 1122 Brown Street, Philadelphia, says: 44 My wife is a little Scotch woman, thirty years of age and of a naturally delicate disposition. For five or six years past she has been suffering from Dyspepsia. She Vomit became so bad at last that she could not sit Every Meal, down to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it. Two bottles of your August Flower have cured her, after many doctors failed. She can now eat anything, and enjoy it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not know that she ever had it" IKtm 2lltorti0cmcnts. TO LET! THE ARLINGTON HOTEL Premises in Brewer's Hotel-st. Block. Recently renovated and in gooa repair, inning room, kitchen and store rooms on ground floor. Parlors, sleeping apartments and baths up-stairs. Possession given July 1st. iDCFor further particulars and terms of lease, apply to C. BREWER & CO., L'd., 2794-2w Queen Street. FOE LEASE! THOSE VERY DESIRABLE premises situate on Punchbowl Hill, lust back of residence of J. F. Hack- feld, Esq. The bouse is just finished, con tains parlor, dining room, four bed rooms, kitchen, Pantry, store room, bath room and closets; also, fitted with stationary washstands. There are also stables and carriage house The premises commands one of the finest views of the harbor and Diamond Head to be had on the hill. Apply to J. A. MAGOON, 2796-tf Adjoining Post Oflice. . TO LET. THOSE PREMISES TO LET, at Nupaepae, adjoining the resi dence of Bishop Willis, Nuuanu street, Honolulu, including House Lot, House, and Taro Patches, formerly the property of Peter Mellish. SP-For terms, apply of T.RMOSSMAN. 2799-2w Nnilii Plantation. Hawaii. TO LET. to C. Bank. A NEWLY FINISHED COT tape at Palania, near King street, and close to the tramcars. Apply F. Peterson, over Bishop & Co.'s 28f'2 2w Furnished Eoom 6 GARDEN LANE. 2808-3t NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING started a Tannery t lwilei close to the Slaughter house, informs the public that he will purchase hides and do all business concerning the line of Tannery, and has on hand all kinds of Leathe" for sale at reasonable prices. 2805-3m JOAQUIM DA GRELLA. STRAYED. FROM WOODLAWN DAIRY, June 27th, one Bay Mare, brand W. D. on neck and two Z Z on hiD. A suitable reward will be given for her return. 2805 lw Biennial Meeting. THE BIENNIAL MEETING OF THE members of the Queen's Hospital Cor poration will take place at the Room of the Chamber of Commerce on SATUR DAY, 11th July, 1891, at 10 A. M. Per order. F. A. SCHAEFER, Secretary. Honolulu, June 4. 1891. 2807-lw FOR SALE. A BROWN MARE, EIGHT or nine years old; sound and gentle; easy in the saddle, and trained to the carriage: a good traveler. Also, a Bridle and a lady's Sad dle. Inauire at Advertiser office or at Oahu College. -OS-tf Tax Notice. THE DEPUTY TAX ASSESSOR AND Collector for the District of Ewa and Waianae will be at the Ewa Court House from July 1 to 24, 1891, and at the Court House at Waianae from July 27 to August 1, 1891, for the purpose of assessing and collection of tazes. All those who own property in the Dis trict and are at present living out of the said District will please return their blanks not later than July 31st, or no appeal will be allowed. 8. HOOKANO, Deputy Tax Assessor and Collectorfor Dis trict of Ewa and Waianae. 2801-lm STEAYED. FROM WAIKIKI, DARK bay Pony, white star on fore head, three white feet, heavy tail and mane. Suitable re ward. Return to Fashion Stables. 2809 3t 2STOTICE. BT No SUam! No Fire! No. Boiler! No Danger! 3 REGAN VAPOR ElNTGrLNTE ! The above cut is an excellent illustration of our Horizontal Engines which we manufacture in sizes from A to -0 Horse Power, and are adapted for Pumping, Electric Lighting, Running Elevators, Harvesting and Thrashing Machines, Printing Presses, Boot and Shoe Machinery, Circular, Band and Jig Saws, Hoisting, Mill and Mining Machinery, Coffee Mills and Roasters, Polishing and Fanning Machines, Ventilating Apparatus, Emery Wheels, etc.; in fact everywhere power is needed. . The Regan Vapor Engines having more than realized the anticipations of purchasers, we have now the pleasure to submit Local Kelerences. REFERENCE: Mb. Joseph Tinker: Honolulu, June 1. 1891. Dear Sir I purchased from you one of your 2 Horse-Power Horizontal Reo4n Vapor Engines, and after four months' trial it has worked in every way most satisfactorily. The Engine making 230 Revolutions and running a Rotary Pump with a belt making 180 Revolutions without anv effort. It is 'delivering the water with great force 45 feet above, at the rate of 30 gallons per minute, or. 1,800 gallons per hour. It is run by the yard man, and he finds no trouble whatever in running it. It is doing every thing thatwas claimed for it, and I should consid er it a very Handy , Safe and Simple Engine for anyone to run who is not an engineer, and therefore recommend these engines to anyone. I remain, yours respectfully, MARK. P. ROBINSON. E7 Illustrated Catalogues can be had and the Engine can Market, Nuuanu street. be seen running in 'full operation at the City Me JOS. TINKER, Sole decent 2781-tf FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. GEAKD MD00B ATHLETIC EXHIBITION ! -given by the: Honolulu Athletic Association, AT THE OPERA HOUSE ON Friday Evening, July 10th, 1 Consisting of Exercises on the HORIZONTAL BAR, VAULTING HORSE, PARALLEL BARS Living and Ladder 1 yramid And Plastic Statuary, representing A ROMAN STUDIO By Members, and CM) Swinging and Exercises on tha Vaulting Horse by the Juvenile Class. OVER 40 PARTICIPANTS! Reserved Seats, $1; Balcony, 75c; Gal lery, 50c. SF" Box Plan at Ludwigsen & Cron's Ice Uream Parlors, Hotel St. 2808-4t Hawaiian Opera House i HOLUSTEE & CO., -IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN- DRUGS, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumes and Soaps, Sponges, Etc. TOBACCOS, Finest Havana, Manila AND American Cigars, Cigarettes Pipes, Etc. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NAPA SODA WATER Eye Glasses, Opera Glasses Opera Glasses, .Eye Glasses .A. Full Hiine of Spectacles HOLLISTEB & CO., 109 Fort Street. 2651-q SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 11th, To AH Those Contemplating Building! . 8 O'CLOCK. HERMAN BRANDT'S CONOEET ! JPCTTickets may be had waiian News Co.'s Store. at the Ha- 2809 td ROYAI, HAWAIIAN OPERAHOUSE " 10LANTHE " Matinee on Saturday 2:30 O'CLOCK. Admission, 50cts.; Gallery, 25cts. fiP"Box Plan open at J.J.Williams' Photo Gallery,. Hotel St., on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 2808-5t Mikado .Restaurant ! No 62 Hotel Street, OPP. HOES 8 BAKEBY. I would feel grateful at anytime to have an opportunity to tender for any kind of Building where the plans and specifications are complete; but I positively decline to give an estimate to any parties where the' specifications constantly re fer to detail drawings hebeinafter furnished. "Why not do the fair and proper thing by the owner and contractor, furnish detail drawings if any are required for the work, together with the plans and specifications. Otherwise say nothing about details but leave them for the Contractor's imagination : guess work is good if you guess right. Respectfully, 2651-q GEO. W. LINCOLN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The Al steamship if KEROSENE OIL WM leave Honolulu for the above port on Tuesday, : July 14th STAE BEMD" is best Test! Lowest Pra! J. T. WATEEH0USE QUEEN ST. STORE. 2807-lw .A.t 13 o'clock noon, tSTEox Freight or Passage apply to WM. (x. IRWIN & CO., L'd. 2809-6 1 AGENTS. S&m Newly fitted and Japanese handiwork. EST Every thing clean, first class style. CSP-Give us a trial. refurnished in and cooked in 2808-lm rnHE JL UNDERSIGNED HAS BOUGUT ell of Qaini'a interest in and the store at Papaikoa., The firm will hereafter be known as Otsuka & Co. 3S09 13S3-3t WM. WEIGHT. ALLIGATOR PEARS! 3Srend orders to - , I,. TURNER, 2773 1376-tf Bilo, Hawaii KEROSENE OIL ! -AT &3.5Q per Case FOR 8AT.E BY CASTLE & COOKE. Just Heceiyed rer tsar " UHAKLUTTE," a number of Pianos FfFni Pianos! From the Celebrated Factory of a BECHSTUN, LOliDOi; and BERLIN, by 0Now ready for inspection, for sale tt . tt a YirTiiniT Tx . ff, nV r II. JLxl.vyJJP JLtUU IX . 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