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I... riV. NU. ttONOLTJLU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JULT 24, 1891. PRICE 5 CENTS fouj : - - .! Uonnfieoi1 11 . A WIT Snmlavs, 46 Merchant St. ma nn .,.oeah;:::.r:8oo ftai' lit -w- nermontli.... " -'-irVii' Advance.... 10 00 LfcT.ri.bI'" Advance. Irtf,ientAdTertiementgmust iHAS GAZETTE CO., S, S. tffflTKM, Manager. t Merchant at., Honolulu. H. I. advertisements and sub baimnst be prepaid. lAe not allowed to sell f nor to receive payments from ifSs of the Daily Adveb ti ff Weekly Gazette can al ii be purchased from the Ivews f or at the office of publica fjti Merchant street. r. r , ,t nrffDTicirp Si nil '-..ftDF nr itiAQ a vear. 5Li Gazette, $5.00 a year m ibscriber wno pays 10 me un- ed for either paper one year, in advance, win receive one the " Toceists' Ucide " as ..jilars reward will be paid for tition that will lead to the ion of any one stealing the x Weekly left at the office or rwnf snbscribers. t-jj advertisements should be tid in during the day , to insure pation the next morning. Short fa received up to 10 p. m. IliWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., I H. M. Whitney, Manager. MOKAA . SCHOOLS. f jxul closing of our schools h to be one of the events of ;3erand more mteFesting r p Mrs. K. M. Overend is jiflt principal, and is very jNbyMr. and Mrs. M.F. janung of the 16th showed u5u m uciii, cieau domes art to get to the school i drizzling rain, and pre- i same appearance when FL Qaite a number of pends, teachers and the M Agent also attended. P held the examinations friary pupils first, whiph pwed that she.has accom a;ch dwing the year. Her rs'l possessed a fair knowl f gUsb, are ready in con: irm 111 masic and ligljt i7CFnecjr,. " is say-f-wo much to say that few f wr schools have as good 2 eher a Mrs. Scott. rjatbe most difficult to rfKhooUnd in our schools - -Jgiiages it becomes L ?08t.of Mr- Scott's of the Drincinal' I: more danced than LAHAINAZUNA SE3IINARY. The sixtieth annual exercises of the above institution took place last week. On Thursday, July 16, public examinations of classes were conducted by the teachers in the school building. Classes were ex amined .in English, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, history, physi ology, etc. Classes in geography were not publicly examined, though; the quality of the work dono in this branch is a matter of pride with the teachers. Considerable devia tion from the traditionable methods of teaching was noticeable. It is hoped that these changes will re sult well. On Friday, the 17th, the annual exhibition took place at Wainee church, Lahaina. All the exercises passed off smoothly and as well as was to be expected. At the end of the entertainment given by the boys, the principal briefly outlined the policy of the school as follows: The chief work is to be done in the class rooms. The work shops stand next in importance. Preparations for public examinations and exhib itions will not be allowed to inter fere unduly with the regular work of the school. The institution is to be a real high school. The course of study has been advanced so that there is no graduating class this year. The .Board of Education has done much this year to enable the teachers to do good work with the boys, especially in the work shops. It is expected that they will do still more next year. The school is now furnished with a carpenter shop, and a wood-turning shop. Instruction has been given in both during a large part of the year. A printing-office has been partially fitted up, in which instruction has been given in " the art preservative " during the last few weeks of the year. A more complete outfit for th8 branch is expected to arrive before the begin ning of next term. ; . ' V THE HONOLULU IN 1 Have on Hand and For Sale THE FOLLOWIKQ . i TO BE OFFERED ON : Illiberal Terms! CU say that thA.nr.tucre wing child ftoprf.il- those - two t especially Vr U8 ' lw h: be Perfect, and v ' uve not ' i . they use lan- J. B. CASTLE, Commission. Merchant. Office Cartwright Building, Merchant Street, : Honolulu, H. I. 2651-7 J. M. DAVIDSON, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. - Office Kaahumanu Street, (In office formerly occupied by Mr. C 1651-ly Rogers). . WILLIAM C. PARKE, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Agent to take Acknowledgments. Orricx No. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono-69-y lulu, H. I. CHARLES F. PETERSON, Typewriter and Notary Public. I ' Office with L. A. Thurston. 2781-q HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Hills Coolers, Brass and Iead Castings, A ad machinery of erery description made to oraer. Particular attention pata to anlps' biaox aiuithlng. Job work executed on the shortest n tice. 273 MISS D. LAMB, Stenographer and Type-writer, Office of J. A. Magoon, Merchant street, near the Postoffice. 2753 DR. EMERSON, OFFICE 135 Fort St., (formerly Dr. Tuc ker's office). Officb Houbs 9 to 11 a. m., and 2 to 3 Residence 2782-3 mq p. h. : Sundays. 9 to 10 a. k. Ben TeleDnone JSo. dl. nesiaence d School street. ALFRED S, HART WELL, Counsellor .- at - Law Office in Cartwright Building, opposite Tost Office, Honolulu, n. l. 2789 1379-tf FRANK B. AUERBACH, Agent t6 Take Acknowledgements to Instruments fob the District or Kona, Oaiiu. Office Oahu R. R. & L. Co.'s Depot, up stairs. May 11, 1891. 2787-lm we Perfect rk " Au" ofJrom dicta- bXt is a -WIS HQ Wol I on Wl 4S !ifa . rtk::9a ' the beat. W?fk- r fine the lU ine life of t.h mZney assemble WYverend acat.flafu 10 s; The l0S3 of (1) 13x24in. CJummer Engine; ' . (1) 10x20in7 Cummer Engine, ; : n T--Patnam- BcresCa-ttin Lathe, lSin swing, 12ft. bed most improved! type. ' v. . -'r; (1) 20-Ton Vacuum Pan, (H;I. W. Co. make), built in sections; complete with iron stage and Blake's'Direct; . Vacuum Pump, 18x24x24in. H4)30in. Weston's Centrifugals. (1) Complete Diffusion Plant for a ca pacity of 400 long tons; cane per deim. Manufactured by the San-j gerhausen Co., and to arrive in bept.; Th t.wr Cane Slicine Machines for this Diffusion "Plant are the latest! and moRt improved type, (self-feed ing with Cane Carrier) and have Deen successiuny useu uu ougw at factory and given the highest satisfaction. - fn Rft. Cell to Multiple Effect (H.I.: W. Co. make). Can be easily con-S nected to any of the H. I. W. Co.'s! Multiple Effects.' (75)-Wheeled Coolers, 30x30x30in. j (1 ) Duplex Water Pump, 16xl4xl2in . 1 Capacity, 2 million gais. n. v uwuo to a height of 120 feet with a boiler ; pressure of 120ibs per square inch.; mrr-AU the above Machinery is new,; in perfect order and right from the man-j macturing estaDiisnmeuus wuero - made. ' hrrRa-iTnr ft ver large stock of ma-i terials on band, purchased at the lowest possible prices by ,our Managerwhen; recently in xurupo . States, we are preparea w mruu j kind of Sugar Machinery on short notice and at prices to suit tne times. . Vi HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. 1384 2821-tf: LEWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Lewsrs 4 Dickson) Importers and Dealers In Lumber And all Kinds of Building Materials. No. 82 FQBT STBEET. Honolulu. 2T28 JOHN T. WATERH0USE, Importer and Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. o. 25-31 Queen Street, Honolulu. 2728 H. HACKFELD & G0 General Commission Agents Cor. Fort & Queen Sts.. Honolulu. 2728 W. E. R0WELL, Engineer and Surveyor Boom 5, Spreckels' Block. 82-y : r? whieh win Ut, ff I. 10 vau- ea have been wili.iam o. achi, Attobnkt and counsellor at law, Notary Public and Seal Estate , Broker Office 36 Merchant 8treet. 2728 BEAVER SALOON, ffort Street, Opposite TTilder & Co.'s, H. J. NOLTS, PEOPBIETOB. First-class Lunches Berred with Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, innger Aie or jaju-. Open Front S sum. till 10 p.m. lar8Iaokera, Bequlsltes a Specialty. 2728 Instruction iiu Music. UriSS SUSANNE B. ILL PATCH WILL rpsnmfi the tefichiner of vocal ana in strumental music after Sept. lst Rffe" ki liar Tiftfrnns in Honolulu CAddres3 Kawaiahao Seminary. No tice of place of residence will bejpiven on ..... r .n.ttt i 07S1-1 m Ntm Rbvntistnmxts. IlillS WfflB IF I0U AEE IN SEARCH OF 0 o to - ' INT. S. SACKS', ' 104 Fort Street, : Honolulu, H. 1. WHERE YOU WILL FIND A NEW AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES For -Ladies and Children; EMBROIDERY, EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS, in Swiss, Hamburg and Nainsook; WHITE GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ; and an immense assmt. of Fancy Striped and Plaid Wash Materials In the Newest Designs; AT REASONABLE PRICES ! -o- The Popular Millinery House, 1 04 Fort S - - ' 2651-q ' CASTLE & COOKE, IMPORTERS, Shipping and Commission Merchants, PLANTATION AND INSURANCE AGENTS. DEALERS HI BUILDERS' AND 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 & Gibhs. and Remington Sewing Machines, ; Dr. Jane & Sons Family Medicines. 2651 1356-q - ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL PETER. HI5S; - - Proprietor. OFFICE .I11! On Alakea and Richards near m Queen Street, Honolulu, ?J .MOTJLDHSTGS, Doors Sash 5 B mds Frames, Etc., Etc TURNED AND SAWED WORK. - THE ROYAL SALOON, Under ths Manageaaent of '.B.':EL-Fe' "Wblterv u .(Mv m. B.ritrof the best Wines, Liquors, Beers, and lot cold beers on draught , at to eents per bum. aycartl nn4l B UsTS 2651 "Having just received some NEW MACHINERY with the latest lm provementsfrom one of the best firms in the East, we are now prepared to do good work at shorter notice and lower rates than ever before, and having lately engaged several first-class mechanics, we will make a specialty of Counters, Shelving, Stairs, Etc., Etc. p7"Prompt attention to all orders. 'DCy MUTUAL 55. TELEPHONES: 2724-q CJ-BELL 498. LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and 111 FORT STREET. Shipping. Honolulu and San Francisco Mail Service TIME TABLE OF THE Oceanic Steamship Co. (subject to change.) Thk Australia and Zealakdia Leave Bsn Francisco at 2 o'clock P. SI. Leave Honolulu at 12 M. Tuesdays. The Through Steamers Leave Sau Fran cisco and Honolulu Thursdays. STEAMEK. Mariposa.. Zealandia. . Australia.. Monowai. . . Zealandia.. Australia.. Alameda Zealandia.. Australia.. Mariposa.. Zealandia. . Australia.. MonowaiA . LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO. June 25 ... . June 30 .... . July 14 ... . July 23 ... . July 28 ... . Aug. 11 ... . Aug. 20 ... . Aug. 25 Sept. 8 ... Sept. 17 ... . Sept. 22 ... . Oct. 6 ... . Oct. 15 ... ARRIVE HONOLULU. July 2 July 7 , July 21 . July 30 Aug. 4 Aug. 18 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 . Sept. 15 Sept. 24 Sept, 29 Oct. 13 . Oct. 22 STEAMER. Australia.. Monowai... Zealandia.. Australia.. Alameda . . Zealandia.. Australia.. Mariposa.. Zealandia.. Australia.. Monowai... Zealandia.. Australia.. Alameda . . Zealandia. . Australia.. Mariposa.., LEAVE HONOLULU. June 30 July 2 July 14 July 28 July 30 Aug. 11 Aug. 25 Aug. 27 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 . Sept. 24 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Nov. 3 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 2690-3m ARRIVE SAN FRANCISCO. .... July 7 1 ...... J uly 9 .... July 21 .... Aug. 4 .... Aug. 6 .... Aug. 18 . . . . Sept. 1 .... Sept.- 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 fine Al steel steamship ALAMEDA 99 Of the Oceanic Steamship company, will bedne at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on orabont July 30, 1891, And wlllleave for the abeve port with mails and passengers on or abont that date. For freight or passage, having SUPE&IOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Wm. GL Irwin & Co., AGENTS, For Sydney and Auckland. The new and fine Al steel steamship "Mioisrowi" Oi th Oceanic (Steamship Company, will be due at Honolulu from Ban Francisco or or about July 30, 1891. And wUl have prompt dlapatcn with malls an assengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR- AC COMMODATIONS, apply to slJJ. Irwin & Co., 2651-q y J AOESTTS. H. 33. Melntyr & Bro, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions andl Feedi EAST Jlllia AD KING STREETS. - New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe Fresh California prodcce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the .if. fA nf charre. Island orders solicited. Hatlsfactlon ruaranteed. PostofSce Box No. 174 ---- . . . , .. .: fl . . Telepnone o. " - v r - CASTLE & GOOKET HARDWARE, Shipping and Commission Merchants IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Df GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Flantation Agents, Life, Fire and Marine . Insnraice Agents. 1356 HONOLULU. H. I. 2651-q WE G. IRWIN & COMPANY, (Itlmlted.; WM. G. Iewtji. - President and Manner Claus Spreckels, - -, Vice-President WALTER M. GlFFARD, - - - - - - - Secretary and Treasurer Theo. O. Porter, - - - Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents. agents o the OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., - Of San Francisco, Gal. Wm. Q. Irwin Jk'Cn.' fTAnitA Ko. assumed the assets and liabilities of the late nrm oi wm. o. Irwin & Co., and will connnue we general nusmess formerly carneu uu py mm nouse. .J5mz7Q8-q H. LOSE, Commission Agent. Patentee of " Lose's Chemical Com-, pound " far Clarifying Cane Juice ; of which supplies arj kept on hand. Jg&He will attend to any business en trusted to him. OFFICE-MERCHANT ST.NO. 42. Telephones Mutual 128; Bell 152. P. O. Box 338. 2793-3m 9T W Pioneer Steam CANDY FACTORY and BAKERY. F, HORN Practical Coniectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker . No. 71 Hotel Bt. - - Telephone 74. 1356 2651 ATLAS Assurance Company FOUNDED 1808. "LONDON. Capital. -' . $ 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. 1361 2684-q LOVE'S BAKERY Ho 73 Nunawa Street. MBS. ROBT. LOVE, . - Proprietress, . Every Description of Plain and ffaaey '' Bread and Oracters, IBX85- Soda Crackers Saloon Bread JLlvrAf on XZauil. MILK.BEEAD A SPECIALTY.--Island Orders Promptly Attended to, ' 8651-q C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited). GENERAL MERCANTILE COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST Of OVnOXBB; J. O. Carter......... President Geo. H. Robertson...... Treasurer E. F. Bishop .Secretary Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor ELUEOTOBBi Son. 0. B, Siinop. Bod B, Wsterkont 2651 Clans Spreckels Wm. a. Irwin. npHIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE JL at Hi. U; Daee's Advertising Agency. 64 & 65 Merf.hant'H Tlranmi San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it. CLA US "SPEECKELS & CO., BONOLULU : HAWAIIAN ISLAHrti Draw Ezcnanse en the principal pan . c ue world. : . Win receive deposit on open account, make collections and conduct a general banxlmr aal excbaace baslness. f , ,. . Deposits bearing Interest received In their Hav Ings Department subject to published roles aod regulations. , , , S651hj ANDERSON & LUND Y, Dentists. :u ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in- UIT i t O serted on gold, silver, allum . - . Inum and rubber bases. Crown and bridge work a specialty". To persons wearing rubber plates which are a constant source of irritation, to ti mouth and throat; we would :recorinimd our Prophylactic Metal .Plate.. All oper ations performed in accordance with' the latest improvements in dental science; Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. u - i-- r ; ?C7 Hotel street, Tregloan premises: C'-', ' . . 2651-q r. vfv ; , PAPER HANGING ! ri IVE J. L. MEYER,THE PAINTER VX a call and have your paper hanging done promptly and neatly; ISO Fort St. P.O. Box 387, 2748-ly return irom lyaiuurms.