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A i i i v i t 1 iM , ; J 1 iliii 4 . I ft X ( 1 f I n n I ' 1 M I 1 ii i i x; J, oauu mm i USD co TIME TABLi:. KilOU N l; rlB JUNK I, ISWi. - . - , f u? .. i t IV SWA VI 1L. Ii 1 A L r.. Leave llouvla'.a S:-U 1:43 4:5 :lv Le.iVt IVaiI Ch.v. ' 30 'J:&t 5:10 3 oo Anive Ivaa Mill M :.7 - :? Cv.I-i 6 : ! liONl'ULl'. C R ii A !,-aw i:A Mill. .0-1 !0:4J 3 :-U L.-.ivt, IVaiI C:tv. -i w ll:l" :l Arrive tlonoluiu. 7:X) ll o:4 A SV.'H vl.iys out), i: Pai'v. I -atur.i.iys KiKi:itiN HAIL xKKllK I' riA.'ivi-o, .,n t!io i'..N;iK .iittt. till ;.XAVS H.J.nuLI'LI' JJl'K Vr llvNvLVLC r,,H AN KHAvl-0. I' M. SAS tUANClSCO. Oitv N YoriJu'vJi. Martini... July 27 U:u.Vfrt. Ijr aii- Otv.it. AiiX- ...aver ...Aiv. I; Au.i raliu . -. Au?. v.; ,". t-i:c Auj. i; M :o w e r i , t roui a u- u:vvi;i:i; Aug.lv' wuu'r - v ,Jm .t! VW'n.' i . Vu;. Ii ' MonowHi. . . Aug. - AI.:rue...;....Au,s.-.; Aa,trla --Pt- Wrriuioo, for Van- fli iiA 5et't- 1 o.uvrr....AU!!. rfl. Wurruu.w.frouiUn- A i-t rai'.-i . . -15 ! couver -ePj--J vjarua. . . 5Tt. -I i AUuifda. . . V-l . l ' i A lMT3.Uk - ...- ;...! ... l4.f 4 Mn.wera' ior Van- iVeanic Oct. 1 V . .vr Oct - Mar.posa . . Ocr. Ii) V--irai!A . .Oct.il' Miow era, iroui Monowai. . . . Oct. llJ : couver vjvi. -1 Warruno-J. tor Van-' Australia. .. ov. I V.w I M.m.twal .. cv. ib Ch:na...... -.Nov. 0 Warrtmoo.froiuVan- Aaw;ia Nov. 5 couvtr. A;a:ueda Nov. lij China -- Miowera. for Van- Austra ia !ov. 21 . .L'eo. 0 . iec. U Oceanic. . A'-istraiia Dec. 4 Miowera. trom vali . r ne..- H cjiivvr Vve- -t lamed. t lire. 14 OcrAUUT Warrimoo. tor Van-; A'traha . !JJ couver Jan. 1 Wsrrimoo.froiuV an- Citv i'okin. ..J iu. 2 cuver Jan. -i J an. 3 3Xtorolosical llecwrd. XTXST OST.iT. 2 5 !-, ' n - i M 9 '. i .HoB.il..14 J HI sj !f4 O.lU! 1 ENS 5 t).'5)lS: 7l S.iO.0'1 '.''! ! st , w-eu 2; aj.h a; ':-: 7z. m o to; 5-.; aj h j 4 Tiu'i l':SJ.l 71! S4 O.roJ T ! frt -O.l.i -ai 1- " M rid, ao nd Moon. . m t .11 2 ! 33 . : ' a m. .m. .m. p.m.. ' MOO....:: . 5 H.l,. O.J) 0.10! 5.33 . i ' v. m . p in . I Vd...! 2. T.ii- 7-30 l.ffl- ? 31 .3 10. 3 ri. ii. . Ji i s.-i i.' u " . fri.. -ls rJ- 2.3.) A.i5 5.33 6. 37 11.2J 6 11. JO 10-15 4. 0; 6.45 3.33 8.C6j 0.15 I ill s !; -.. ).ii a. a,,, a. o a.-" Lout xaarter of tie mooa on the 4th, at 5 a. SI m. p. m. Tlm TVfclatla blow t Ih. frn. U. p.m. of Uonolalu time, wtucii U tie aiiue i om. Os. of lirenvncii um. S2I?FI5ii i:iTELLIGE3CZ. ARRITAU. Sattbdat, July 2T. II M S S Minpoa, Hayard. days from S in Krancioo. . Stmr Kinau. Clarke, from Maui and Ha waii. -r . , :mr Mokolii. M"cC.re.-r. from Moloai. Stmr Wairaanalo. Dudoit. from KooUu. atmrC. It. Bishop, Le Claire, f.'om Ki lauca and IIani;;. Sc5DT. July Co. Stmr Can. line. Davie, from Maui. Stmr I-x-alam. Freeman, from Kauai. Stmr Waiaiealp. 3:uythe. f ron Hamakua. Stmr Pl. IVter3on. from Makaweli. Sfhr Mahimahi from Waialua. Schr Kawailani from Koolau. Schr Sarah and Eliza from Kooiau. Schr Lihol.ho from Watmea. nEPAKTCRKl. SrrsDAY. July 2T. 11 M S S Marpoa. Hayrard, for the Colonies. Am chr Allen A. Scha?e. for Eareisa. VKSELS LEAVIXO TO-DAT. Stmr Kaala. Ctaban. for Waianae W'aia la.t and Kahuku. at 3 a ni. Stmr J A Camming, Neilsni. for Koolaa, at 10 a m. Stmr Mokolli, McGregor, for Moloai. at 5 3 ai. ,vhr Kaniketou'.i for Kohala. S-hr Kawj.l.mi for Kvlan. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Kooiau. VEKM IN POUT, :T'.. I'.st 4.hi nat 'r.r.'iii.te cwtf4.) 5lT.ll VKEi-S. CSS Itu'oi. Div.from a cni. U S S Adm?. Nelson, from Lahaioa. HEKCHANTXZS. Br srh Norma, Yokohimi. Am f!ir V H TaUof, Ki':hm. N.vcil. lier bk Geo N W'itrox. Wolter. Livrrpr.o'. Am chr Aioha. l)abl. San Fr.mrisco. -Br t,!c LndN-yk, William. Liverpvl. Am rh Tr.inrit. Jorn'-n, in b rancio. ;! -r bk Ma-ma Al l. Smith, San Kranriro. Ia.w i-.k II i' Kitht. Morron. Stn Fran. Ai i r.kt Irmffir!. Srhn.idt. fan Franc. so. Am r.': S N Cat.e. Hr.r.'.ir 1. San Fran. l'r h l'T?l,e-nr,r. Hal, NeTOastle. NSW. Am bk r. Gr iha'n. Anderson. Ne-catl. Vai. Tftfri from. ro. r.r r k J C I B-nin.. spt r-ia m tx M i'tha :av . . lioror: ... I" vl Am "hr Aiicr svk F let rfo'ind . . July 2", G P s S f Srdny Ausf 1 Br S S r,i, .r C binH A us 7 An Wt Am!i.i I So-md A)? Am bk Anni John-on.S FfHilo) Jnly 31 Am ':.' Albert San Fnn .Au 1 Am hct l.n'!'-!o - K(X(i) Auir r Am b' Ar McNeill. .Nanaimo. Aiiif 1-15 Am bk Iitroit N"i:ninio. .ji 10- Am r-n Anm S F ( K a h . Ausr 10 ir jrnr V.?, Pi b3 j-i?r. fr s'rr.r Kimn .714 hi? vi7;i' -'VI l'W.;-, vt,dlr. -J7J t'V lH.tat.T-. h. '' 1 ' i'alfi to i-l:io.pp. .-, -b'- - i-vi. 1 and it', ul;, t,. !.-.,. iVr tiur Cl.v.i.oi.c .'i v h.o vr.'.ir, 117 :.i;- p.it V.ov-., ; U-ii ivlli. lit I a-;. 71 ht. I vall! r j 11 !i..!o -J-: - i lir -v h r 1 h l'tr -Ji i K in.ia!.i. .'a Uii i.-.f. I'tr 4!mr M..k-J.i 7. hvc $. iu-iu 1. ' ; l' : -.'.mr W a. i'.a'v ill-' t'..-" .-Wf -1 j I- ! I'tr tmr t' I; I". !.' L;. i.-. c. j KSv..Hl NrAva-tlU, J.-r tiu i'arllicuoi- i July 1 v ..rivr, tius c-.ti. ! CV. hea l i ,ilt;.-. J olic.-j... ,:. tlr I'l-i. l' t'J Ml!llrit;. IUMVAU. Kroui li.iui.ku:i, Per atu.r V.-iiicait. July :t'J-MrH W Cirot'o. Mrs 11 A Ai:t uiiJ two chiMivn. aitU 11 on Jtxk. From KAUAI, t or !mr C U l'.i-op, July '-JJ C'linuniLiAiJi , N Aua, aijJ j on (.lick. From Kau ii. per stmr lw.i'ani, J u! v !" l;iko Nvfalle A'.nl v.i!et, UaintniT Ii N Wi.'toA, A S i.'co. Fattier l.ii-L'vrt, FstituT Kiuer-o'j. Mr I'Au-i and wiff. C 1 I'liiiit-. -Mr Klutf-vl. Arthur Kico, -"S K lUmyu, U.ii'uis, Levi K.:iu.ti. V Ufrlov.tz. A II Liud;iy, Waiter Low tie, and jl on detk. From Hawaii and M.iui, per stmr Kinau, Julv -J llUjti l'iayt'iir, A Vetmteolt. l'r M K J ro-:iiii, 1- KiM"ell and w.ue, Mrs Ai. W K C'a-.i !e. w ifo and f antiiy (3). H 0 Hnj.ai. Mrs V V (JoiKlide. faul Ntuniaan, K I'odeyn, Miss Kate Welsh, itobt JScoit. Mrs Aana Kekoa. S HaAhaiiai, MrsOY Aiona. Oeo McCubbin. Misa K H llitcli- oovk, Mi.sa C i-ioodale. Father l'.ouavtutura. Father Oliver. C H Bratru. F Mav.C Kai ser. J V Montgomery, ll St ren beck. Mis lUeinell. Mrs U Hind, hd Stiles, iiis.-i K K Oummitis Akona and wife, K I Lillie, H r o.ade. and oo oa deck From Maui. ter stmr Claudnie. Julv 30 CJ l Wilder. 12 Wodehouse and bride. H S K:ckard. J blanev. E K Biveii. lr ti 1 An drews. F K Atwaler. Father Sylvester. rather t lessen, rather Uouitace. L von Tetupsky, wife and child. A Fhlors, wite two chu ireii. Mrs Lansing a id two Chi J lren 11 F Wichmati. Miss Kiplev. Ueorge Mundon, Mia Mundon, V V Ashfoid. Wm i ..-., .. iwuu.v -ujm.i W A Kiha, and Si on deck. From San Francisco, per H M S S Mari posa, Julv 2J Miss Holland, Mis Martha Becuwiih. L II Dee, Miss May Uillinaham. u ! LUiiiugham. u i. (..ates. Mrs b M -vill sell at his salesroooms land Hatch and child, J 1 Keith and wile, M G V. t ,-i j; . u'v. Kelley, Miss Tashman. Mrs Lou. M Lou,? Wlth buildings thereon at Kohala, ison and wife, James Low. Mrs L E Truer Mrs I U Magruder. two children and nu r I. Kev V Kader, C Ritchie Siuipkins. . ' Vollertson. Kev J B Wakefield. Miss V, j J field. James A Wilder. F N White, .e; wite. D A Dowsett. and 21 steerag' ai,,j 35 through passengers for the Colonies UI.j DEPARTCKES. For the Colonic, per R M S S Maris July 2D Elder J Kaler and wife. Eldenosa Wells. 1 steerage, and 35 passenger transit. s in BOIIN. . N'AONK At the Maternity home. H. a daughter. tie. WHARF AND WAVE. r Diamond Head, July GO, 10 r.s Weather, clear; wind, light ; Ni. ; Memorandum of voyage E steamer Mariposa from Sati Frairf cisco Sailed from San Francisco Saturday, July 22, 1S93, at 4 p. mi on arrival of the English mai? which crossed the Atlantic on a slow boat (Servia.) Arrived at Honolulu Jril 29, 5 a. m. The schooner Halcyon, 270 tons, is loading lumber at Eureka for this port. The Hawaiian, schooner Ameri cano is at a Puget Sound port load ing lumber for Cork. SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. Arrivals July 3, bkt. Discovery, 10 days from Honolulu ; July 4, brig Consuelo, 16 days from Kahului ; July 5, Br. stmr. Belgic, G days 16 hour3 from Honolulu ; July 6, stmr. Mariposa, 6 day3, 20 hours from Honolulu; July 11, bark Alden Besse, 24 days from Kahului; July 11, schr. Anna, 20 day3 from Kahului ; July 13, bark Matilda, 20 day3 from Honolulu ; July 15, stmr Peru, 7 days 4 hour3 froaa Honolulu. Departed July 13, bark Annis Johnson, for Hilo ; July 15, schr. John G. North, for Mahukona ; July 21, brig V G. Irwin, for Honolulu. Projected Departures Aug. 1, stmr Oceanic via Honolulu; Aug. 2 stmr Australia for Honolulu ; Sept. 12, stmr China via Honolulu. New Yokic, July 21. Another ocean record has been smashed. The American line steamer Paris was reported off Fire Island at 4 :23 o'clock thi3 afternoon, having made the run from Southampton in 6 days, 9 hour3 and 30 minutes. This is nearly two hours better than the run made by the Ham burg liner Fuerst Bismarck in April, 1S92. The average speed of the Paris must have been over twenty-or.e knots an hour. The old pilot schooner Caleb Curtis is fitting out for a trading cruise around the South Sea islands. Kollo Brock, formerly engaged in the grocery business here, undertakes the venture. A cargo of general merchandise will be taken and Mr. Brock expects to be gone at lit ttvo years. Th vessel will make direct for the Marshall group and then proceed where h'-.-ine- offers. Mr. Brook's wife will nccompnny him on the voyage. The schooner will sail in about a fortnight. S. F. Call. The British ship Scottish J!e?, ; Captain Nicolls, recently arrived ! 'c - i i 1 at San rranci'co. he lrought i 3Ti00 tons of coal consigned to J. D. ; Spreckels Sr Co. It took ninety- ! rZn A., fr.y thnrpM fomakfl tho ! r.aa4 from Newcastle, N. S. W., i pa to that port. The long parage j ,i rf.T. i weather. Artistic printing at the Gazftte OfHce. 1. 1 ( u, . i .v i . .v i: a .i i An ;aUvrtLur i.?lif? I" iui ti.i- A turiii.-ihi-tl volt ro '..- i 'T l lit. Svo a.l i i tici'Un. lit. 'ii.'.- l tt i j'os i l.touht i70,i)o0 hi guKl Kr iho Ui:.i Links. K. Ii. IUvcm, td' Muui, in rcis tcTtJ ut thy ArliD-tua llidcl. Mr. V. K. Caitlt? ami hid family luivo tcluriivd liv'iii a tr'n to tho volcano. fr... !)nL'.. i.t Vow Citln is iii town atTain. He rcturiaU froio'f K a i . i i ' t t c r d a v . Tlio attention of housckecj't4 called to -N. S. Suclii' new mh ih tietiifiit in this issue. iulver- Tlu nionthlv ineetiitg M. U. A. will bo lieU'of the V. Thursday evening at l on next iv , - . r;: , 7:;:o o'clock. Dr. b . Ueniecke. general to Samoa 'the new consul- was a passenger from Ciermany, -on tho Mariposa. All persons ha - the Yuen Lung'ving claims against lied to preset Company are noti Magoon. 't theut to J. Alfred Tht amaj will meet . teur base ball league the schtdthis evening to arrange iug seasode of games for the com Three1; terday 'Chinese were arrested yes eiijovii; aftemooa while they were opiuug a Sunday afternoon l moke. DiV,0 . go .ni' V I. Moore, the dentist, will sic-to llilo tomorrow on a profes- a V'nal visit. He will return on or oout the 15th August next. At noon todav Jas. F. Morgan Hawaii, under foreclosure of mort gage. Tlii r teen arrests were made yes terday. Among the "lucky'' num ber was Ah Lay, who was hauled in for setting tire to some brush in the Nuuanu vallev. The bankruptcy proceedings commenced by llopp & Co. against Samuel Parker did not come up in the circuit court on Saturday. The matter was postponed until Wed nesday. The Rev. J. B. Wakefield, rector of Trinity church, San Jose, ar rived on the Mariposa and will spend a month in the islands. The reverend gentleman is accompa nied bv his daughter. THE FINAL GAME. The Hansi is Win it From the t, Crescents. present season e ball game of the Saturdav between the'HaAVgd. last the Crescents, the former club winning by a score of eight to seven. There was a pretty fair audience present in the grand stand. Messrs. J. W. Winter and L. Singer umpired the game, which was not exciting in the least de gree. The following is the score by innings : Hawaiis...., Crescents... 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 08 0 0 12 0 4 0 0 07 THE COMET. The 'comet is reported by Pro fessor Lyons as still dimly visible. It is now situated eighteen degrees north of the planet Saturn and about five degrees above Beta Leonis. It is crossing the earth's orbit, the latter receding from it at the rate of about one million miles a day. Consul Wilder Recognized. Washington', July 17. The President has recognized Charles T. Wilder as consul-general of the Provisional Government of tho Ha waiian Islands for the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington. A Wedding Reception. Invitations have been issued by Mr. and .Airs. B. F. Dillingham for the marriage reception of their daughter, Mary Km ma. and Mr. Justice Walter Francis Frear. It will take plare tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock at Woodlawn. lirrtuglit to Honolulu. The sugar clrk at the, Makn weli landing, Kauai, was brought to Honolulu by the steamer Pele last evening in a very critical con dition. The ci'.t'tairi and chief en gincer took the sick man to the Q'.ien's r,-.-pital. 7 he I'ootftxll (Snutc. Tho f.)0th,j match ltworn tho r,,.. , ,, . . .,, '''"'on s and the town team will , tflK 'ar', rn th- Ieag'i" grounds f!n, r,r xt S -turI.iy aftr-rno ,n. To ry rTrr?o a p-nall ndrn! Kn f vin h barged. Add it ion. -tt Honors. v News c!me fn tli" Australia t' tlie effect that Ilev. Hiram Bing- ' ham ha" received fron Yale uni- versity thrt degree of doctor of divinity. SAW NuTMIMt 111! IV AND M 'UN TAIN JOKNEHY. A tll.ij? UiuU Ij Hie Ilia uf KMlalu 1th- .iit Sll.tluii ill Man. The iiteamer lwalani arrived yes teidav morning from Kauai potts, but fch brought no news concern ing Kooiau or hi whereabouts On Saturdav a storv came by tho steamer C. K. Bishop, to the eU'eet that two cowboys had seen tho leper in tho Waimea mountains, and, according to tho htory, they did not have tho time, or inclina tion to interview hiin. A. B. Bindt was a passenger on tho Iwalani, and his tale is some what different. When he arrived yesterday his hair was utauding as straight as a minstrel's trick wig, and his eyes had a dangerous look. When questioned regarding his warlike appearance ho unbosomed himself, and, in doing so, he gave the Abvkutisfk a gentle roast for publishing his letter to Harry Juen. He saw the paper which contained his letter on last Thurs day at Mr. HolVgard's place at Waimea. Ho read tho effusion over several times to see if tho proof-reader had omitted anything, but everything was all right on that score, so'ho paid his attention to tho friendly introduction to the same. Ho camo to the conclusion that preceding lines jollied him just a little bit so ho made up his mind to return to town without making any further effort to catch Kooiau. The leper is still at large and be says the Advertiser is to blame for it. He stated that early latt week he and a companion ascended the dizzy heights until they reached the cliffs overlooking the Kalalau valley on the Waimea side. They remained there for two days with out seeing anything but trees and scenery. Their larder was a lim ited one, in fact all they had to eat was crackers and corned beef. Bindt says if they had had a little pie and milk it would not have been half so bad. He abandoned his idea of start ing a distillery in the valley for two reasons first, for the reason that hi3 friend Juen did not send the necessary apparatus, and sec ondly, that he was afraid that Koo According toof his scheme, ..... publication of his letter has injured him in a business way a3 he in tended to sell what liquor Kooiau did not drink to the natives in Waimea A HARROWING TALE. A Maiden Separated From ner Lover by a. Cruel Papa. Walanika, the sixteen-year-old daughter of Aneko, who married Sam Kipu of Molokai, against her father's will about a month ago, is now in safe keeping on the little islet off the coast of Heiia, Kooiau, known as Mokuoloe. Mr. Aneko did not like the idea of Kipu hovering around his pre mises at night to entico his daughter away, and so Walanika has been sent to enjoy the seclusion of Mokuoloe. An aged native has been placed on the island to act as a guard to keep away intruders. The littlo island is several hun dred yards off tho Kooiau coast, and it could only bo reached by means of a canoe. Sharks abound around tho island and this fact make3 it very unpleasant for any one to attempt to swim out to the island. Cocoanuts and melons ore raised there and there languishes the forlorn maiden. Furnished Cottage ON NUUANU AVENUK CAN V,K rented for a few months. Apply- to WILMAM FIJSSTKK. r.lM-lw Notice. ( ) A NCEM,Kf I'OST A ' F. I KM tamp of the IfMwsd.m f-lfirvN, I will p.iy from .VV. to $" p r Po. Send pplfftion ; cah Font by ri f'irti of p t. jo) vunfe I nt ore. (.'HAS. A. TOVNTFNI. ;V,M-lt Akfon, ., U. s. . Notice in Creditors OF YUEN fJTNf (., )( li-iinp-ia on NiiM'tn'i St., Ilonolnht. All ppron fiaviog clairo" neiinpt th firm of Yuen fy-ing Co., are ro'j'iooto.1 t'j j,rfpnt the Firn" f rtwifh to th i'i-!er-fiiined, at his office in ffono'nhi, mti 1 n!! j,f.rCr,nq jprjohtod to Paid YlPO! I.lIfffT Co., nr? rerj-ipotpd to mskp immevliaf" pay ment to th? undersigned. J. ALFRED At VOOON, Next FctofRce, Merchant Street. 3144-lw IT t all i.l lifi-iil A (illHll'a fwi Lir il lo iiilii's hals. iMrleoll Uiid (il.tlu. ivy L;l iv.- ati. i.li. iil'M' 141 li:inalk.il ly low .il.c id Cd -. .i !i Our eii aiuiu i- lit; i fdill ii id-.ii wc arc oiU'iiiii, ppn i.il Lariraiiii iii uli lillvs id goods. luTlVr It. AI. S. ri- AUi C.nii,i riioa Rcf tiger Jtur, oi.laiuiiiL' In: llwllsn Fu.its, I'heUifS, t'iUlwa, Adt COlS, lVtlla, Nci tulliiis, I'cuilita, Nil- vel Onuigcs, Aftxhaii Limca, I.cuums, alio, Ficati 1 dotil Oysttia, 'rul., rialtuoii, Celery, t'aulilloH i-r, t ic ('U.lhillMA 1 Hill M.AHKli. Miitual lVI. HIM. .St. Just ttvtivtil, I'd eUaiiur Aus tralia, WhUu t iiuluoU-olviu OloVt-.i, t-KiclU-iit quality, wurranttd t wash, at N. H. H.U'lh' I'.UM l.AU Mii i.ini uV tSloUK. gjSf lluwtiiiun Soap, Iho only j.tiro laundry to:q. in tho ii.uiln t, t ali l.o hud ty tho ciiac or ut rtttiil, ut uny of Hie grocer a ilk Honolulu, ud Well Us ut tho company1!! ucutM, lunllh- eau now order Hawaiian toup from tht ir giveers w ith otln-r goods, i'li.v $5.00 per hundred. M. W. Aft (.'uiJSNi-V.s Hons, Agents Honolulu Hoap Work Co. 3110-tf. P Amcricnn Euutitt-ltd Hut' ton-Hole Itutti'ii for Huh? at tho I X 1 4. 12?" Finest Enuiuehil VubiitttH only $3 u dozen at Cuhmopoutan Photo Co., M7 Nuuanu street. UJll-tf TIiomu ilesirotM of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will pleano Mend in their ordcin to W. II. Benson, at the Arlington. 113s2-"t t? For Itarjnins In New ami Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wleker Chairs, Garden Hose, ete., call at the I. X. L., eoiner of Xuuaim and Kln: streets. If you w.ijI to iscll out your FiJRNiTUKK in its entirety, call at the I. X. Ij. jST Bedroom Sets, WanlrobeH, fee Boxes:, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Itugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer ami Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounge, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Basket, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. V& The Musical Library of tho late G. L. Jiabcock is now on sale at the Golden Hdle Bazaar. 326!-ltf 5$"" The lion Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at corner of Fort and Eeretania streets, open to those of Honolulu and vicinity wish ing stylish suits and costumes, as well also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their wardrobes fitted out a3 well and CKith.. the same stjle as can be ob- 3267 gj7 Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X. L. Annual Meeting. STOCKHOLDER IN THE HONO mu Sugar Company will pleaso take notice that the annual meeting of the Company will ba hld at the olllce of C. Brewer & Co.. L'd., Queen fdreet, on WEDNESDAY, August th, at J o'clock p.m. A. C. LOVEKIN, Hecretarv lloinnm Fug.ir Co. Honolnlu. July So. IH'X. :i440-L'w JUST KECLTVED PER LADST0CK A NKW COSSIONMENT UK CrPorm Goulet Cli.'imia.j:iit Exi,ra Dry, Carte Blanche, Sillory In I'ints anil (.aai tf. 34.19-51 F. A. SCHAKFKR 4t CO. To Let. IIIE HOUSE ) M UOPd'.LLO f ane, l:'.on i.coMttiinine a Lrgt Parlor, thrci' IU1 IImohi", Dining Room. Kitrhen qnd lVitli Kooki arid a Largo Yard rl Fruit Trw, p0so pion giveti aflor .Fc.iv 7!h, t. Applv to M S. PF.lt FI K A, ('orner Nuuirm an 1 llot.d Stn'otP. or to M. i. COHHKX. IVarl Citv, Mu'. T.-ho-li No. r.0.'-C. :uir-ln lA't. A n.E 'MNr I-MION r-R(M)M, f iitah!i f.r f ivo vili tvir.I, "-im Ii hiid at M Emm Mrt-et. .'MIT ff Wanted. VNl'F.D BY A YM'Ni MR tt t i 1 ! t:i n j '-it -o m evm-ii'r on (oft.r 'o.d P-Jt; ir p'.irt' tM"T1, P'IfMO ):- lonn for yior ncfit'T i'l onth Amn rici, I':i?if 1 1 : v ' r r o f i 'i f. f of ; j(ho'.!..f . . i . -1 j 1 f ... m'm if:il!d to improvo :lov pi:H',-l'0,l. Addf-n!: .'I'lan'Mt; , , ( ' ." t'ii - Mi.-'. :Wy If To Let. jjfA NEWLY FINISHED JiiicL C '!t:i;;". Pit if'-hi-l or iinfurni':!pd !'.".' to j. p-!ir Kirg St-f of nrd -ln. to Ih( tMTM J .t p'v t 1 C. F. PFl'FRON, Ovi-r I'.'h o- C'o Pi"!:. Any kind of piiutiuti nt the ttA zettp OlViro oiiual to trork tloue nhrod. l!lHflilt CliJl)illli3fUinifis. TIU: WIA'VW Ire ('ream htrions Are Hell ki .Aii i tt ti.i ir en v! - id. I i.ijiil!' ol lilici I tit) CJi tiajji, CuUmj, 'li.l ii, litm, Fiiituy I'tatii., lij (t-uuiu ti.j.lu, rahtsi Hat Coffee, Tea tnd ChocoUtt, Etc. ll.o Ijjuat kttlt.tiv coiliectiMj cf Island (Juiio.s! &&- NA'i IVK 1'ANb m tiilty. bo lloUl hUect. ut FOItSlLE 0 10 AkhlVE I Two HoJt:!l-8c!liu!hler POLAIMSCOPES rOMPLfclt W1JH Lv:j Cylinders, Stilts, Weights, Etc., Etc. AITLY TO- Benson, Smith & Co. :u4i H'jo-zw Notice. 'pill: UMiKliHI'iMilJ IJAVJi Kntate of Atidru Alexandni Corniot, tle- rc;ihel, reqnets all liuvin claims aiuut that Itat to present them within nx inonttn Irom date or they will h forever barred, and all p-rKonH indebtl to tbo above J-1 Tiile to make immediate payment. F. A. KCHALFhu, Kxeentor wiili the Will annexed of A. A. Corniot, deceased. 3430 lOt 14S9-4t W?! n ted. TO REN r OR LBASE. a ii2, neat Cottage of net lets than foar rooms witiiin me uouiwaneu Beretania, Punchbowl and Fort Streets. It-i.t must bt moderate. Address "J. J.." this office. Mating rent. 3439 tf (ANTRAL MARKET! NUUANU STREET. First-cUss Market ir. every respect ; be -tid.s carrying a full line of Aleats, we make a speciAlty of Ureakfast SausMjes, Head Cheese, PresHpd Corn. XJeeT. & GARES, 3437-lru tf Keal Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE TIECES jT.4 of improved Property, local ts ed in different parts of tho the city of Honolulu ; all bar gains. Apply for full parti- cnlars to I5RUCE A. J. C ART WRIGHT. ;J3.V2-tf For liease or Sale. UKSIDKNCK ON LUNA1.11A) treot. Rt present oorupied by K. W. HoldsTrorth, containing double parlors. 4 betlrooni9,dre!inffan bitli room?, dining roim, pntry ann kitchen. Grounds 300x10. feet, well Uid out; nerTants" rooms, stable and chicken houe in rear of nisin buildinc. R. 1, LILhlK. 2S22 -tf with Tho. H. Davies A Co Notice. AM KOU WILL THIS DAY OPEN jtnch RoMiis on Hotel Street, next door to Empire Saloon ; oj-on at ad hour; Cold Ennohe J-V. 342l-lm Dividend Notice. 1 T A MEEHNtJ OF THE DIREC i nrq f tho Hawaiian Sngar Co hcld.lnlr S.'dli, a dividend of '2K ir cpnt, was declared on the capital ft.vk of the Company, pa table at the office of the Agent Wm. t. trin A Co., L'd., on and aflor July 2, 3 WM. O. IUWTN, Tr apnrer U.S. .114. Mrr For Lea we. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE tuio rpp.tie the Makilii re perto. r'M'ontlr occupied Vv Mr. Chailes Creichfon. The gr-nnda are ep-.ciou, and well fhded with Oronmen- ! t :1 end Fvu:.t Troo ; on'v a minute's wn"ik i to Ttamwat. The l'..ui'brg will bo put i in thorough repair to fnit the wihes of a i j.o . t'Oir"il. For fmtber particular, nppD- to PRL'OE CARVWRIOHT, ! Ti'fe. for Mrs. Marv S. I.evev. ! .'Va-?-t! ' ' ! i Ftr Kent. A DEIRARLE PU 1 LL1NO i with corn mod ions Oreunds; Shinbberv. etc.. on Kinau Street ! next to corner of Ponsacola; one lock from Trammis. E. R. HENDRi , 3:i77-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. finAjR ra. CO J l A l- i : rv H i- i jo- JNSIJHAXCK --- " AOKNTiS - -i : i i Life (iit)Uraiic'A' ;o. )t- :0';'1;1V A WitLlUHi A HaUl'liU'M company or Jj;M-N. Aii mi Fin lunuidiit'v. Co. PKK MONOWAI -FOR 1 Ml. - - CRITERION Fresh Oysters COG K'l'A I LS ! AO TO thi: KAGLB HOUSE, ort '! 'i JijV. ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel ItrtM KjtTi.. Tbit; . i i i" di.v Doard and I1;'if.i' XI " Do&rd and JyJg.:jg i- jer - 4 gr""'r 'ni r.j.jithlr pri . T. K. KKOUKK. !X .vutivL. JUST -:- A Hill Y ED FRESH CALIFORNIA Oyster IVcldails ! yon Merchants' Excliane Where t?.-t popuitr ESTEIlPJtlSE BEEIi On Vr&wi.t i. aayt Fn-t i i..j Cc M. mis. K. TUKNKi: HaS ItrJlr-.l 1:H To Hrte! st, Cpp. t T.liCi. Ei.U Where she is T-rey-iVred to do IresKratiiJp in all the lateft f tylt-s. The T.er rnnhod of forra-'ttir.p emjiloTci (the raKhoJ csed br all the leadinp drer.frrit.kbrf finished. Pr.ces ftci)T snd promptly the city. n tLtix in CHARLES B. COOPER, IL I) , llxysieian a::tl Surreoii OrriCK: o4 Al&lea Sircet.. Omc Hf-rr.s: 20 to 1C a. r-.., 2 to 4 r. k., 7 to Sr.K; S.in.lay; ' :c 1 0 :M0 TitX-trnoNtK t Mutal 44, 11 1. Rkf.ipenck: No. 10 Fr.ion Sirer l, Mt,tr:i.l Tclephcoc 4'0, llonr.lrJij, U. 1. .V..Vv-it For 8al( or Exchange. y? KFS1DENCF IN .'. VF.T; p.i defirfiMe psrt of Hon oh,'.-.. Par " l.-r, Dining Room, I-d F-.;om, Pantry, Kitchen, firg "-vir . ir. tt lWi hon:-'e. OoltAf a-i;o'r..r.g oi C pi. pored K"m, Store Kv.r.i f.T.d 1 h b'o-irij It RVn2i ft c f . Sf. or -v 5 sree U -. ma'.V-r prrpc-rtv .'. i :"; p.- r.rlty. All the Vrp.;1ir - F'.k V from Trum av. Arr'' ' ' O of! Notice. A LL PERSONS lHYiVo VI. AIM- agiint J.inv l. ve, s-o r ,,:o'-'fci, to present e.in.e n. or at t.o r!l:rc of PUWK .V . J . i SRTV Kl'iHV :-'i-f i The Misinu Xumbovs 'DHF. FOl VOW v; pv'H' 'F 1HT. I. Planters' !o :.t!.ly "in- wnr.ted re. tw o or rnore coplc- : cai-h : May, S.-ytembor ar:d Doc.-rr,' 1 Cv'l ; Anpr-t, ; Apr;!, 1 M . HAWAIIAN ii:iTli; ('O r.t';7-p Foi Sale. i LDOU COXETOP i l .oO I . i pood d-tlon ; pi ; 1'0 l'.-Mrc H. M. WHIV.NEY, 4 Mor-hftr,t Mroct.