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DA ILL..' i'ADU'iU OOSlMEUOJAi, Al VKUTlSlilt, AUGUST S. lbS!3.
OVUU RAILWAY i LAND Ca'S TIME TALJI.C l o c 1 1 a xt o i;m; kal ii.ni)i;x is l.rcic. viiM:r .i.vi n'.iri;. SPECIAL UtJiNiiUS iriA. lli ''c; WlJift Hl.ir.'-:.'0' 1 T U -Y I M ti lo i.W.1 HULL. B B A D a.m. y.. r.u. r.u. Lvuve lloi.olola S:l 1 : io -4:LV ":10 U-ave Petri City . ." 'J .'a V.U 5 :o6 Arrive Ew Mill.. ) :"7 - :o7 lO UO.SULl'Ll'. C li 11 V A.M. M. i'.U. I'.M. l.avo Kvu Miil..i:21 10 : 3:4.1 5:12 LciVw IV.irl Cit..ti.oo 11:15 4:15 i:10 Arrivj Honolulu . 7 : 0 11:55 4 55 0.15 A SAturJiivd only, l; Daily. C SutiLiya excepted. 1 Saturdays excepted. tOKKlON MAIL. SKUV1CK. t :oi:u3iiiJ ill It-uve for an J arrive from San Fra:icieo, oa the fallow inj; JU--. till the fl ..-: of li.3. t.WK IK'-NOll l-C DtE A r Ho-NuLt'LU ro SAS fKAMlMO. ! FU. 5AS tKANtlbCO. c.ulio ; Oceanic Aug. S Citv lVki:i;. Aug. t Autritlia Aug. H Aaitruiia Aug. I Miyvvcrtt. from au- Altiucaa... Aug. -i couvcr Aug. 21 V.'ttrrun-'o, for an-; Monowai. . . Aug. oavt-r Vug. l Australia . htpt. 0 Austral:... bei't U: Chin bei t. li Mari.u3.i. . . Mft. -1 Wan iniiw, from Van- Vtanie bvj't. 2v couvrr Sept. 21 Mtowtra, tor Van- 1 AlaiueUa Sept. 21 couver Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 4 Au-.li alia Oct. 11 i Ortranio Oct. lt .MoaowAi I'ct. VJ Manpo.-a ... Ocr. li Warriuioo, for Van-! Alioweru, froiu Van- t-ouvtr Nov. 1 couvtr Oct. 21 China Nov. 0 Australia Nov. 1 Allt.-:i.l:l UV. 5 MollOWal... OV. I'i Atauifda Nov. lo '. VarriiuvK,f rotu Van -M lo ,era, f tr Van-' c;uvtr.. . .Nov. 21 ivcr Iee. 2 Cbina Nov. 27 eou v Oceanic ltc. 4! Australia Nov.2i Au-.traiia lcc. o? .Aiatncua. . -itt-. j. .. . .. . .. ; ... i. vD.. Al llUfJa. . . . I'fC. 1 , .UWBtia, I'""' . - Varruuo., for an- j couvcr utc. 'i couvtr Jan. i: oceanic icx.o t'irv IVLinL- Jan .2 i Australia. ... 27 j c. ... . , ... j v arriinoo.ironi an i cjuver ....Jan. 21 Meteorological Kecortl. TU2 dOTKa.H3.ICMT 9CBTST. KTKKT MOlDiT. rUBUSBEO v ' 2. 3 I o a 3 ! I -I ; : Mji'-'n wiisJo'i' rJI voa.o a, Ksuj 3 67i , at: J V;! ). 7 1)21 7 'I e;u.r. Th-xl J w l.' aj.o i 7i.i s,0.ol t'ri. ! '.'J 1 j Ju.cv: Tl! S4-.i' it. I 5 ai it t "' ;! s-' rt.O" 5l 31 M 77 3 nsk 4 SI! 3t N.N 4 7.il -V rn ' ri.it-. H uu mntl Moon. r , OB I K n a 3 3 I 1 n in s.m. .m. p.m.: i Man....! 7i 1.10. O.JO 5.4. 7.5ui S.3U: 6.33! 1. S m?f... f 1.50 O.t) .t 3.-'t o..-; o Wa...i S! 2.4 I.JJ 7.3d 9.101 6.24j 3.13 r,n. s J. 0 S .15, J.35: 5.i7 t?.Ja: 4.30 i I : i fri Ul! 4.15 4. 0 22.214.171.124: 5.37; i i p ni. A.m.i I Sat II: 4.35 . 4.33 11. U l'J. l; 3.38 6.32 San Ul 3.40 6. o 11. Li ,10.131 5.33, 6.31 7. o sets 7.33 8-x j I ; i J i ) t mn.m on the nth. at io n. 17 m. a. m. Tim whistle bioarn t lb. 23m. 34a. r.u. of onolala time, w&lch it tho same as 12a. Dm. C. Honolulu of Greenwica timtj SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AKKITALS. Monday, Aug. 7. Schr Mile Morris from. Koolau. DEPAKTCRES. MSPAT. An.?. 7. itmr J A Cummin-?. Neilon. for Koilau. stmr ic :i? ilAh.-m. feir Wiiialaa. Wa:a- nae and K.atJUCa. Stmr Mokolii. McCresror, for .Molokai. sjrhr Haieakaia for Kona. t'chr Marr K hotter for Kauai. I Srmr James Makee. Hacluail. for Ka- " -- V?,r ; ,.a 'stiur iiik.ha!a, Chanry. for Maui and Hawaii at io a m. 5pm jtmr Iwa!aiji. i-reenian, for Kaam at O and O S 5 OcMt.i.', iui;h, for Yoko hama an 1 tl.msinc. lint 8 S Ti telie for.in Franf?n. Am -l-Ttitd sclir Aioha, Pat-el. f r San F rare; -."). Scfir S.-trah an.l Eliza for KooJ.-in. Srhr M.i? Mtrri :or Kv.lau. Sohr Mahin:ahi for Waiaiua. r'.ir K i Mi for S'.lir va.v.iil.tni for Koolau. VKSSKUM 1 f FOllT. U S 3 A t.v.is Nelon.;rom Laliaina. MEFCHA57MEX. Br rh Nor'.m, Yokohama, (ier tk ie- N" Wiicor. w'oltr. Liverpool. Am -rhr Aloha. DiM. Sin Kr.inci-co. l?r ok Ls-lxtork, William. Liverporl. Haw r.fc It P Pithet. Morrion. San Fr.in. Am bkt S N ratt. Huthard. S:en i-'ran. I5r h Parthnp, Heal. Neveat!e, N S W. Am bk K irah. am. Anderson, Newe.at!e. FOKKION VKSKLS KXPKCTED. Ve!. Wlj ere from. Dfl. Jor hk J C Prl'.isrer ilremen. . .Spt "-15 Am b .fartha P.av:g.. IJo-.fon Dec 5-15 Am rhr A lire Cooke. . Pi:je Sound.. Aus: 5 Am : k Kiikitat I'aet Sound.. Au? 5 Hr d S Gaelic China Au? S Am hk Amelia Pjet Sound Au?30 Am bk Annie Johnson. S F ( Hilo) .July 31 Am bk Albert San Fr.an...An 9 An b;t Con'ip;o s K Kah). . Ausr 5 Ambk ait McNV.lI. . . Xanaimo. Anar 13-15 Am bk Detroit Xanaimo. Ac? 10-15 Am srh Ar.ni 8 F ( Kah). .Auz 10 Am fh.:,o X .rth. S K(Mah)..A:i? 1 V' t ' ueara" S F. Aug f ' S S Auraiia. . SF Au 9 u'l-Vj0"-'-"- - - - VanconVer.'.Ati? 21 t :i MonoTai .s y Au 2t Am bkt Pi-icovery . .".".'.'s F . . . . . . . . A ng 10 'ASVKSGKRS. vKJ0uai Per Ptmr Mokolii. Au? 7-WeV.MyS?2- C McCartney, Father A j ' fi. fi- :t The luko ai Siwc.i-rllv will le.ive Ur the ( rnnt on the i cc.inii K. 1). J. ll.ti train lii-i retired Brum the liriaof U. F. t-h!trs A- Co. Two Hawaiian certttioatt'-j ul the denomination of $20 have hem W. F. -II H:. c!h u rr tin:. l to L.ui.ii hy the .-i.-.uiiti Mokulii Yes terday. Ir. Brudie has rcsiiUH d pr.utkv. 1 1 i-s idlieo liiul ri'.iuler.ee i at I'd Cerctania street. llavaii .should put up her dy n.i iiiite. She- is too .small t handle it Hafeiv -Am. K. A sailor belonging to the bark LaJ.tock wad arrested last evi ning for deserting the vessel. Mr. '. L. Joalyn is :t nt-w arri val. Ho was formerly of the Maif of the San Francisco Call. Tlie Sailor's Homo Society will meet this morning at 10 o'eloek at the chamber of commerce. The Hawaiian National band serenaded, U. S. Minister l'dount last evening at Snow cottage. If any steamer is in port during this evening - tho Hawaiian band will give a concert at the lrtvl. On Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock, tho regular quarterly meet ing of the Union Feed Company will bo held. it is rumored that Judge iv ila ot Koloa, Kauai, will not bo re-com-missioncd when his present com- Mission expires, Iho registrar of public accounts i i . - ,. lias a notieo in frn kjim r...r.Jifi. ( --. v v...; a cnaiige in the u;iv on which yal- .lr;tW ...,)1 )0 ....ji mtS lH bi3 lUKl Oa tho 20th instant tho stock- hold ers of tho Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Company will hold a meet ing. Send a copv of this week's C5a- zette with vour foreign letter. Copies can be had at this ollice or at the news dealers. The annual meeting of tho Iva hului Railroad Co. will be held to uiorro-.v morning at 11 o clock at the olhce of the company. C. S. Bradford, forme rlv of the Tacoma Ledger and Hawaiian Gazette otlice, is now doing the marine work for the Star. Principal A. C. McCartaev of the Kaunakakai English school, re turned to Molokai bv the steamer Mokolii j'esterday afterrroon. Mr. Willard E. Brown, account ant for the Gazette Company, will leave on the Australia for a visit to Chicago. He will be absent for several months. T 1 e a l l nio Kvmemoers oi rae uis- banded Xo. 2 engine company will -ul.J , u: : I - uum mcc -lli LU13 C CUIUg U.L t ;ou o'clock at the bell tower to close up the affairs of the old volunteer company. The scaffolding which prevented travel on the sidewalk in front of the new safe deposit building on Fort street has been removed. Pedestrians can now use that side of the street. The libel case against John K. P.nsVi n-na rliemi'aac-l vocfarrlur , jww.iuaj llt tne circuit court. It seems that Tnhn hia m on o t-,-. t-. nnMmri. . i t sentea to tne aismissai George II. Paris the local asent for the Columbia bicvcles, will re ceive sixteen ball-bearing wheels on the Australia. They are suited either for boys or girls. The prices Will be very low A native named Puahala was locked up yesterday for vagrancy. A short time ago he was arretted fur obtaining rnoney under fal?e pretenses. He informed a friend that he had some pigs to arrive and on the strength of the story he borrowed a small sum of money. The Waipio Suicide. An inquest will be held on next . aturday at Pearl City on the body of the Japanese who was found hanging in a hut at Waipio on Sunday. The woman was lately liberated from the insane asylum. She was about 20 years of age. She was last seen alive on Sunday morning, when she asked her hus band for some brandy. Afrisf Rcdncs Their Weight. Tlie tug-nf-war team of tho Ho nolulu iron works is practicing af ter 5 o'clock every afternoon near the fish market. The Kapuukolo team decline to accept the challenge of the foundry boys unless they re duce their pulling weight to 1010 pounds, which i.s equal to theirs. Playing With a Shovel. L. Barsotti, a member of the flag ship band, was arrested yesterday for assault and battery. It appear that he waved i shovel in danger- j oii3 proximity to the head of a man j named Pashnell. ' A hor.-e Ija.s bi.c; i lt. vc-rtiai-xi'ifiit. T.'jc- Ony 1. v c A x iin -i lliiu s Mi'.iu. an an thouli l "ran; i.- ( i. llarL-u, the v.miiL' man who hitelv returnetl Irom tile will not have to tt out 't to.vn again Kead-. rs of the Ai lk i il u will i cmemht-r that thi VOUIiiT Uiau reecived notice la;t wcl!; to U'A on the City of New York or u i; go to jail. The vessel itnived in due time and h;s since departed tor Sin FraneL-e.'v hut Harden id i-1 1 1 L with u-. When the voung man va before the poiic-.j court on a charge ft duelling, the principal evidence uga'm -t htm w as a w ritten chal h-ne to tho editor of t'ne Holomua. That pieeo of paper has mvsteri ously disappeared trom tho station hou.-.e, as a caretul search has lailetl to bring it to light. Harden has been threatened with arrest on a charge ot vagrancy, but no ciaiina uu in ciupioy cu o y o onu ll.t i. 1. V 1 , 1 . .1 1... I vl... K. r.ush. He did not statu jiiat what his duties consUt of, but it is thought that he i acting as u body- guard for the editor of tho Ka Leo. A $v!uilalv if Twenty-tv& G.tiuti) Ailojiid by the Cuptuius. The captains of the clubs form- in" tlu amateur bae bill lea'uo heTd a meeting loVt eveningto agree on a schedule of games. The I following youeg men will guide tho de-tiv.ies t f their respective clubs Autone Lawrence for tho Planets; Henry IV.ers, Healanis; T. M. Koland, Myrtles; and Albert Har ris for the Unknowns. Appci:detl is the schedule lr Iho season : Aug lManets v.s. llealani. LV I'likiiiiwii vs. Myille. Sept. 2 IManets vs. I'uknowii. M Heahmi vs. Myrtle. IG Myrtle vs. Planets. 2'5 llealani vs. I'nknown. .".' I'nknown vs. IManets. Oct. 7 Myrtle vs. llealani. It llealani vs. Planets. 21 Mvrtle vs. I'nknown. 2 Planets vs. Myrtle. Nov. t Unknown vs. llealani. 1 1 Planets vs. llealani. H Unknown vs. Myrtle. 2" llealani vs. Unknown. Pee. 2 llealani vs. Myrtle. Myrtle vs. Planets. 1: llealani vs. Unknown. 2o Unknown vs. Planets. 2" Myrtle vs. llealani. :;o Planets vs. Mvrtle. Jan. 1 I'nknown vs. Planet. ( ) . ; i ' o i nil I'.i s s ? ziger s . The follow! ti!: pr-ons are booked to leave on the Gaelic for San Francisco : Mrs. Goodaleand child. Dr. and Mrs. Day, Dr. and Mrs. Wood and child, T. Bartram, Y. Woltern, Dr. II. PJavfair, A. West- macott. C. II. Clapp, T. Schmidt. Miss elch. The following persons are booked at the ollice of Wm. G. Irwin fc Co. to leave on the next Australia: Mrs. T. S. Douglas, Master Beck ley, Mrs. Hobbs and 2 children, Mrs. Henry X. Castle, Miss C. Cas tle, George C. Becklev and wife, Mrs. G. R. McGrader and 2 child ren. Miss L. Wilder, Miss Helen Wilder, II. II. Renton, C. Wight, Rev. E. P. Baker, A. F. Knudsen, J. C. Strow, C. Horswill, M. G. Kel lev, John Hind, wife and child, Hon. W. C. Wilder, II. A. Wilder, Judge William Foster and wife, Milton D. Garratt and wife, G. P. Wilder and wife, S. Ehrlich and wife. Charged With Perjury. A Chinese named Ping Chong and three women named rrrct ively, Wong Shoe, Leong Shee and Lum Slice, were arrested yesterday on a charge of perjury. All four were witnesses in the larceny case in which the three police informers figured. The Chinese were released on bail. Lunu in thc Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Xowlcin gave a luau at Luakaha, Xuuanu valley, yesterday afternoon to Dr. Playfair and ?Ir. Westmacott. Dr. Playfair is a personal friend of Dr. Matthew Makalua, now of London, who is a relative of the Nowleins. III Friend Anxious. The name of the native who is mis.in from his home at Xaalehu, Kan, Hawaii, ince July 20th, i? Keanu Piipali. His friends will be grateful for any information con cerning hi? whereabout?. Thc Illurtrated Tonripts Galde That pcpnlar ?T9rk, "Thb Touri3T3 GriDs Through thk IlAArtA!? Lsl Asr," is m?piiri with a steady pale both at home and abroad. Tourists and others rlz'tlr.g the?e islands ehotrld bo in ose?sfon of a cony of it. It is a per fect mine of information relating to tne scenes and attractions to be met with here. Copies in vrraprer5 can be had at ths publication office, Merchant street, and at the News Dealers. Price m cents . Letterhead?, billhead?, receipt book?, shipping receipts and com- mercial printing at the Gazette Office. I- IiM Ni Hi-Ait, Aug. 7, Iu I'M.; Weather, clear; wind, liht north The Luik. mine S. N. Cu.-tle will not t away until early next wet k. A tl from Departure Bay. with voal fur the lT. S. v rn Uilnt. id t:nccteil tiuiiy. Tlie ttc.umr 0. li. lSiahop has it ltoiu; on the niaiine railway to hi: cleaned. The Eteau.cr Waiahalo will leave for Huuiakua this Morning Tho b.uk Ladit.xk eommenetd taking in balla.-t ye.-!erd:.y The bark Eluubtth (iraham landed 10O tons (t coal the other day for the electric light company. Tho steamers leavimi Ajr wind- ward todav are the Waiahale, Mi kuhala and Claudme. - Tho four-masted f-ehooiu r Alolia. Captain II. Hahel, leaves today lor .... - San Francisco with a full cargo of finger The bteanu r C. K. Uishop w ill leave tomorrow afternoon for ports Irom Nawiliw ih to Hanalei, inelud iug Kilauea I 1 -11 j Hi tlrt'itger Will commence operations near lbrewer's wharf this evening. She was moved thero veMerdav afternoon. T. ,,,... ' Is t,..l,.v from Kauai. .tiOJO'inoii.s I.cttcr. An envelope containini; a coni- niunication and n tidy cent piece n received at this ollico yester- l,a.v- lucre is a standing rule in this otlieo that unonyinous coni- mm. rt tl.lw.r ,..,' 1.5a and letter lv calling for tho same, iViU. UYCUUi riuU'uhtu - Special Metitiii'. i SPltHAL .MKKllNU OP Tin: IV S.o.khohlers of (ho lluxvaiiii.i Pruit iVc laio ( oiuoany will ho luil nt tho of- the t.( W. (. Smith. Port Street. lloiiolulii, on li;i:siA . August 2!th, IS;).!, at i o'clock a m. All Ktot kholders nio refi'iestod to be nresont. K. II. UAILHY, l'rosidi n t Wailuku, August f.th, 1SD3. 345 1-It Sailors' Home. 4 SPKfilAL MKKl'INii OF 1M. 1 Uoardot Triistt eof ihe Honolulu Sailors' Homo Society will t.-e held at Iho ,nJ ,Vf. JhJ, c,1?mlMr of nunen o NILS DA , (Tues lav), August S. IS'Xi, at 10 a. i. For order. F. A. SCIIAKFF.lt, ll It Sft-rtd.it v. 1-.OSI. EetioV I'epot, two 20 Hawaiian CerMficatts. tinder will be suitably rewarded lv rt-tn riling tlie same or giving any ir.for- ination to "C," at O.K.L. & Oo.'s Depot. 34.')l-3tt Strayed ON THE 21) OF AUGU.Sr a Small Bay Mare horn my resi dence, Dr. Hyde's place, on iiKtrPft- (us full . la Ur nninfa I Beretania Street; has full bla.k points, long tail, light foretop, inane partly chaffed off, white spots back of each shoulder; wag fchod all round at. time of running away. A suitable reward wiL be paid for her return tothe undersigned. 3451-tf WALl'Ett C. WEIODON. Notice. rf MI K ANNUAL MEETING OF THE X' Kahului Kailroad Company, Limit ed will be held at theirofiice in this City, on WEl)NP:SDvY MOUNINO, August Oth, at 11 o'clock. S. B. liOSH, Secretary. Honolnln. Angnst 8. 180:L .,!4.l-2t Mooting' Notice. ''IMIE REGULAR (JUAKTEULY A. Meeting of the Union Feed Com pany, L'd. will beheld at the Company's office on THURHDaY, tho 10th instant, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. F. R. VIDA, Secretary Union Feed Co., L'd. 3l")l-3t BRODIE Max Kosiuncd I'ractico No. 'lf IJprot nnin BIitpI. OFFICE HOURS: 8 to f a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. &Srp.oih Telephones No. 33''.. 3151-tf Copartnership Notice MR. E. D. J. BAR TRAM HAS THIS dav retired from omt firm. B. F. FfiLERS & CO. IfonoIji?ri. Jnh- Al.J ?. 3151-St Foiuul. i (rf)!.D PIN. OWNER MAY jl have pame by leaving proper des cription nt tbi i Rice and in event cf proot o! property: and paying for tins ad vert lament. 3IH tf To Lot. A N'KWLY ITNISHED Cifti-ie, f;:rnibed or unfurnished at Pa'Hma. ne:ir Kinir Street and clo'C to tlie tramears. Ajtplv to C. F. PETERSON, Orr Bishop o: Co.'s Bank. :uii-tf For Salo. A S U R V F YOR'S OUTFIT CAM bo seen at C. BREWER & CO'.S, 3 13 1-1 m (iuen Street. tw ('.ill at i.an r Cuitu'a for I ai.iii.n in iiu-ii'a hat-. t-oii and (iraiin ii'y bats Uo ale olfcling iit the lemaikaMy low pi ice -f jl.5o each. Our elcuruiieo m!o i.s s-1 i 1 1 in pr gi-; w are olfciiifg .-peci.d largaiu- ill all liln a of goo.la. Jiisl rc ee ivtrf, ' per .-tcatn.r Ati-- trall.i, White- Cliaiilois-Liu (iluVi, ei.ecllelit ipulity, WuiriUited to ail), i4t N. S. .-vc'il-' I'oi ( LAlt Mil L1NKKY riTout:. iiiT" Il.tw.iH.in So.ijt, the only pure htuiiiby niuji in iho luaiKct, eun be had by I be tum: oral rt:t tit, at any of the gloceis in Honolulu, us Well as at the company's agents. Families can now older Hawaiian hoap fioin their gli t el a w ith olhel' gowK Pi h e ?5 .no per hundred. M. W. Mi Chi:m:'s os, Ay;e'lit.- Honolulu .Soap NVoiks l,'o. auo-tf. g,2&" Ameiii.ui r.tiumcUd liut toil-Hole lUittoim for .Sale ut thts I X .. jrjfar" l?inent lCiiumelt tl Cubitiet only i-'i a doen at Cos.'Jtl'iH.ri AN Pjloio Co., 4t7 Nuu tn i ctrect. 33 4 1 -1 f Tho.io ilesiroui tf having their Piano Timed or repaired, will p'.'hmo send in their orders to W. II. flei.s hi, at the Arlington. 832-3t For 11 nr an inn In New and 1 hand I'u rni tu re. lawu Mow- vrs Wieker Chairs, (Jarden How, ete., call at the I. X. I.., corner r Ntnmnu and King street.,. If von want to tic 11 out your Fuunmiihk In its entirety, ctdl at the 1. X. U gT J fed room isttti, Wardrohe-i, Ice lloxes, Htoves, Hanging' lsami, Jtugs, llureaus, (Jhilloniers, Hteamer and Veranda Uhaira, Ued Lounges, Hofas, IJahy Cribs, Clothes 1 Jackets, Hewing Machines, Whatnots, H f Trunks, etc., Hold ut the ,, . ' . '. it r T CasU 1 lli;es ut thc X- Ij 001 Meut lowest corner of I ISuuanu ami Ivln btreela. VsCT The Musical Library ot the lato G. . Jlabcock is now on bale at the Golden Hulu Bazaau. 32(i-ltf &2T Thc lion Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at corner of i 1 1 ........... I .. . . , , I I'Oll illlll J(MCUlllia DUCVIO, Mrrzn those of Honolulu ami vicinity wish ing stylish suita and costumes, as well aHO as cou,fortable and neat gown. nM ... .. , Tlie I)ul,1,c are now enabled to have their warJiobea tltted out vl well anu I wilh tlm samn si. -vie as can be ob- (tilnnil In Wf.ti Wm rif!pi i 3''fi7 I VL. ...V.'. .1. I . A. .... J V. . jtZT Prowvt returns male on commission at the I. X. L. For Sale. 1 llonsa and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between Xuuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 - House and Lot on the Palama p , "aU m. t ,4- 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot on Liliha Street. JCST"For further pirtioularf, apply to J. M. MOXSAKKAT, Cartwriglit's Block, .Merchant Street. 3 120-If Election of Officers. 4 T THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL 1 meeting of the Hawaiian Hardware Company, Limited, held August 3, 1S03, the following oflicers were elected for the ensuing year : i,- t it i., j Prepident and L. R. Hendry .... j Manaper John En a Vice-rreIdent fI ,r j Secretary and II.M.von Holt.... Treasurer God'rey BroAvn Auditor Tho above and Cecil Brown constru ing the Board of Director.-. II . M von HOLT. 3448-3t Secrptjiry. For Kent. V ROOM Y (OUTAGE ON Nuuau'i Avenue, adj jinimr the Afong homestead . 1 bo Ootr:ig? is built of Etone and bard fini-hod throughout. Po?rsio)i uiven August lt. Applv to Mi. A F ON J. 3Ml-tf Waikiki. For Sale t T A BARGAIN, A 1 V Solid Tire Bicycle in g Address "C," this o!He. :i4-tf COLUMBIA oo.l condition. Dioyolo for Halo. I CKMUKi i.oi.u.miha i . v. . h a I tic: Tire Fa'ety in eood order for pale CENTURY COLUMBIA PNF.UMA- in eood order for m i i e f f at a bargain. Inquiieff ; IVoticc. MMII'l I'NDEB'MtiNED HAVING; 1. been appointed Executor of the I Estate of Andre Alxardie Corniot, dr- i ceased, rcpiesM all persons havinir ! claims against that Estate to present J them within mx month 3 from date or ; thev will b? forever bjned, and all persons in.kd.de 1 to the above Estate j to maue lnnifuiai" pnvmeni. F. A. VUHAEFF.lt, Executor with the Will annexed of A. A. Corniot, deceased. 3430 lOt MSlMt ! a u id 3 Drt 1 1 i in 1 1 u 1 1 f sj . Till-: FddTF I ... L. I) . i Are H Uii jH n for (heir en i-I -lent iiality of (.'aUi'rt, Caiiilits, I'ii-w, loo Ci cuia ho ti, fc?lir l-t. Hot Ccille, Tta aid CLocvltte, Ktc. l'h. m uitiixi tivc colihctivti c-f I.-laiitl CJui'ios! ,fcsT N ATI V K PANS u rpteialty. bo Hutel bo t i t. Notloe to Vln liters. 1 llie California Fti!i!tar Worktt (J. I). MiiU-r, MaiiHkCcr) Lave on Land a iiiuiti d euj'jdy of that fuin'w Jlili jrdv Ft'i -tilizcrtt i jr thort l.otioe ordt-rs and rijiiiren,-nt.s of tlie plant -i si. C. mtl- WKU A CO. Ll.), (ueen Strei-t, Ilonoluoi. 1m KUmium Volcauo lUnhM ('o. a MKKTINii OK TI1H AUOVK iV Compmy will Le Lt 11 in Honolulu on WFDM'.SIMY, Auut loth, lb3t at 10 uVl'x k a. w., at tlie ollire of NV. li. ('dbtle. ituKinebs of im purtanee n juiieH a full attendance of all ttockLold ih. w.i. n. castli;, W cridert. lIonoLilu, AuUt 1, K'j. Heal Estate Agency NO. 019 I-OUT 8THKKT. To Let. m 2 Homes on Heietania .Street. 2 Houses on Foit Street. Fumit-Led Houe at Falama, near tlie Reformatory School. Kent, month. For Sale. Se-vc-ral tlcirable Rei-idences in firet- cla.-'s locations. JIoufe and Lot o Iretania Street, near Fensacola; Lot 20!J ft. frontage and 140 feet deep. Also, a aluable Biock of Lnck Build- "i!ig3 in the hea-t of the City. 1 Upright 1'iano. G. K. BOA RDM AN. 33.s2-tf Agent. Wanted. TO RENT OR LEASE, A neat Cottage of not less than four rooms within the boundaries of Berelania, Punchbowl and Fort Streets. Rent must be moderate." Address "J. J..' 'this office, fetating rent. 3139- tf CENTRAL MARKET ! TJtJWrXJ STREET. First-class Market in every resject; be tides carrying a full line of Meats, we make a specialty of Hrealtiast SausaceH, Iloati. Cheesp, Irol Corn Jff. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-1 m tf rRorrtiETon. Keal Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved Property, locat ed in different, parts of the the city ot Honolulu; all bar- gains. Apply for full rarii culara to BRUCE & A. J. CART WRIGHT. 3302-tf For Lease or Sale. mi KKblDENCK ON LUN ALILO fJ f-trret. at prrent occnpiedbyE. JmIA Holds worth .containing double '' parlors. 4 bedrooms, cirewsine n bth rooms, dining room, pantry and kitehen. Ciro-inls 2V)xt05 feet, we'll laid out ; servants' room's, stable and chicken house in rear of msin bnildinp. K. I. LI Lid K, H22-t( Tith Thro. H. l)v; Co Xotico. r AM KOU WILL THIS DAY OPEN I-i Lunch UMrns on Hotel Street, next dour to Empire Saloon ; open at all hours; Cold Lunch os 2'tr. 3421-lm For Incase. m 1 IOE DESIRABLE PBE jL mi5Pfl opposite the Makiki re serve, recently occupied by Mr. Charles Creishton. The grounds are spacious, and w ell shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. The Buildings will be put ;n thorouirh renair to suit the wishes of a gool tenant. For further particulars, ' arply to BRUCE CA RTW RIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Marv S. Levey. .m-tf For Kont. tM-'vi i nt T-' mvT-tnvr. j with romnv'dimn Grounds; j Mirnt.oery, etc., on K.nau Mreet ! next to corner of Pensaoola; one block from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY. 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. All kinds of artistic printing at 1 the Gazftte Office. i if : Jlll l I'J it 1 JL 1 t: COCii TA I LSI a.uviy KA(iLK II()IJK, Nuuitfiu Avfiiut. Oil H) '1 HI-. ARLINGTON H OTIS I, Hotel Ktn-.'l 'J-M.ble LvAid ,,. Boird and Ijdgiiit v.' " iioaxd and Lodm tl'J y, t hi . fiySimtiial n.orilbly j.uh. ''. E. KKO U S K , Pkoi .ill i. i.. CASTJ.K vV: COOKK lAh'h: VN 1) i J I Civ: INSUKANOK A(i KKTS AGENTS J (.)t; NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Oa. OK BOSTON. i Jliance -A. fs.suj iinct) COMPANY Of LONDON, -Etna Fire J nsni inu-e Co. UFHAli'irOHU. MRS. Ii TURN EH Hhm removed hr DRESSMA -i I '(r iJOOJiS To Hotel sl, Oj-p. tiis Y. il. C. A. II all Where hhe in pr u d todu Drr-f!iiiu.iii. in all the la'eht km k. Tl c new met bod of form-fitti." .mployrd (the method now used by it!) th- k'udircr die-; niiiLtrH in San Francisco) . SyAll work lK'i-.tly und promptly finished. J jirep tit. reasonable as any in ttie city. 3-'31-"tf CHARLES B. COOPER., M. 1)., IhysiciaTi urn I Surgeon Offick: 34 Alutj . ;. Office HoLjiM: JO to 12 a. 2 to 4 p. M., 7 to 8 r. M ; SundnvH !:30 to 10:30 TcLtrnoNEH: Mutual 424, Bell llti. RfcsrDENCt: Xo. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 4U0, Honoluhi, II. I. 33.'f-tf For Sale or Exchange. RESIDENCE IN A VERY desirable part ;f ihii:',!n!u. Par lor, Dining Tlaum, 2 Bed Rooms, Pantry, Kitchen, Sewing Room, in main house. Cottage adjoining of 2 paired Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room. It 100x200 fret. Sell or exchange for Fmaller prnrWty and chhL or nernrity. Ail the nildingfl are riv. One block from Tramways. Apply ut thia oflice. "TT1-.- TmYIf. Think Ihr-v're get ting a reliable S.ife, hecaur it bap n bne appearance, correct f-h-ipe, ar;d in appa rently fire proof. Tlie 1 ffj'rence in co of material in a firPt-claH Safe Ik ore oi tb" di(T. rencpH between the bf-fd nd one rt'-t to good. Nothing, but the truth i tte bf--t policy for up ; nothing, ut n H.m t.S Safi: is the best policy for yni, It's a luxury for a Lu'-In'c rrHii ! pofFes a Hm.t.'s. A biirie'; man wants sorr.elhir.g be-id-s ' ks k r-i the veneerir g. All Safe work in tie bt'dipg? ft the World's Fair wn put in by fir Com pany. Does tbi'- not ep k vo;i:ipr- '.' T. W. HOHKON, RERH!NG-Il.LL-M.r,VIN COMPANY Tho Missing' Xmnbors 'piIK FOLLOWING DATI OF THE X. Planters" Monthly nre wanted one, two or more copies of rnr h : Mav, September arnl Decembr r. 1--.. August, Apr;!, HAWAII AN G ',: TTE ( !) ct'ir-it M-'--j! Xotioo to Croditors OF Yl'F.N" LUNG CO.. IMINO bn:r.es on N inann St., H.-..;n',i All persons having eVr.nv- :ginit the firm of Yuen Lung Co , are r , ,;..!. ( t jTi'ent the f ime f rl with to tl. um'c r signed, at his otTice in 1 1 , .to" ' , and a'.l persons i rob-bf d to said Yu-m I n; Co , are ri"-o,'ie-ted to i:nVc innni .!:ate jvi ment li th.s v,n 't riuni d. T. Al l Ii ! D ma;oon, Next IV". :b: . Mrr.li.i-! S!r. t. :;iii-'.w Any kirul cf pv;ntin; nt tho Ga zette Oftice equal to work done abroad.