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MONDAY, JULY 2:J, lflMi.
, , , ARRIVALS.
Hlnirvlva from Muul
Htim- Moknlll fiiiin Molnkai
Ht nil- Wahileal.) from ICituul
Htmr Kuala fiom uiatian niiil Walahm
Hohr KitulkviioitU from Kohula
11 It M S Eapk'tflo fi'inii a ciiiIno
Htnir Llkellko fur Muul at (i m
Nlinr J A Cummin tut- Kuolau
atuir Wnltimnnlo (or Witlnnuo and Wwl-
hIiiu ut U n in
flolu Mury fur Hiuinlol
Hlinr r.wn tor i.wn
Hcbr Mlllu MunU Tor IConliut
VE8SELU LEAVINO TO-MORROW.
Btmr Wnlaloalu fur Kuiiiil ulfi t m
Htmr Klnnu for llllo mill way ports nl
'.' p in
llklim H iN CiihIIh fur Hun Kroiiobco
Httpi-Jim Mnkeo for Kiipim nl I i in
Hlmr Iwiiliuil for Lalmlmt mill Haiim-
Kiiu at 10 u in
Htmr Kuala for Kauai al JlilMp in
From ICiuuil per Mini- Walaloale, July
2111 It II rrlucc.su Llllliul.alaul, Mm
Whliiniaiin, JIIrhch Forbes ('-!), MUs
A jWlohkn, Mi Itoui'li, A Droinr, )
Kiiiku, M l JMoti.inrrnt,! W r.erlowltz,
Mia l'oss, I)r 0 II Wood, .1 llololuho, .1
Kiiklnu ami 28 dock.
Too Kunlu hi ought Will) liutf of mi -Kin-from
Kuiiiil iluly 211.
Tliu Moanier Akamai arrived Siilurdiiy
tivoiillia f.ioiu Kimat Willi fillhni;n rluc.
Tim Klnnu mill ut 2 p m in-iimi-row
for Maul ami Hawaii, lotiiinlnu; hiimlny
TlniMiiirtimir Walalonlo arilvoil bun
iliiyfiimi KiiiiiiI wlih lino bg-tof hiikiu'.
Kill liyrt rlci, fid Iij;h Htairli, 11 tUfia
IiIiIuh uiiiMil tilK4 Hiimlrliid.
Tliu Ijloiiulal niuotlng of
Uuoeii'u Hospital was hold
imirnlnK ul tliu Chiunhor of Coin
inorijo, Air. A. J. Carlwrlglit prc
Hldliit;. Tliu roportH of tliu Suuro
tary mid TrciiHiirur worn proHuiilcd.
Krom tho roport of Air. 1 A,
Kuliucfer tliu bcurutary, it appears
that during Hie IhhI two yeurH the
mnulicr of piilitmtH aumittcd wuh u 1 (i,
ooriBlstliijj of 2-lf) IIawaiiant (l.r),ri
inulurt, 110 futniilua) ; 02 CIiIiiomo, fi()
Jii)niic8u,aud JiftU fort'ignerH of other
In tlio' preceding liiunninl period
!).')2 in all wcro IninuteB of tlio hos
pital. TIiIh Ihku largo it falling off in
the number of patient trebled that
u committee of thr-c has been ap
pointed to InvcHlignlc tlio causea
which arc accountable for tho re
duced number of patients.
DiHpfiiiHnry patient1) treated free
of charge during tlio last two yearn
were 1210, Total number of deaths
Tim following stutiHtlca from the
biennial repoit July 1, 1887, to
June .')(), 188!), will be found inter
esting: Number of patientH in hos
pltalJiino HO, 188!), .00; admitted
during the two yearn, (510; dispen
aary patientH, 1,210.
This niakcH a total of 11)00 persons
who liayc procured medical aid dur
ing two years.
The milliner of dentin 00 in a
total of 000 indoor patients giro a
percentage of about UA per cent.
The caiMoa of .death weru an fol
lows: accident 0, auiumia 2, apop
lexy 1, beriberi JJ, brighl'H (Unease
.', cancer 4, cancer of utomach .'!,
consumption 27, diabetes J, deli
rium tremens 1, disease of brain J,
dhesmu of heart 10, disease of liver
!J, fever J!, gnigrene 2, gastiitib 1,
general debility, 2, hemorrhage 2,
nephritis 1, opium pohon 1, para
lysis 1, peritonitis 1, pneumonia -1,
scrofula 2, suppression of urine 1,
tabes 1, typhoid fever 0.
The secretary read a letter stating
that the King had appointed Hon.
C. II. Hlshop, Vicc-1'refiidcnl for
the next two years.
The trustees for the CJovcrnmcnt
for the next four years are lions. C.
It. Ilishop, A. H. 'Cleghorn, W. (;.
Jrwln and ti. H. Dole and Ituv. II.
II. l'arker. Klected triihlees, Mr.
A. J. Cartwrfyht, Hon, J. ,S, Walker,
Kev. A. Mackintosh, Air. T. Alay
and Uo, C. 1'. latikcn.
A meeting of the Hoard of Trus
tees was then held when the follow
ing ofllccrs were elected :
Secretary. ... . . ..Mr. K. A. Schaefer
Treasurer Mr, J. II, l'aty
. AiHilor." Hon. J. H. Walker
Kxeciitlre'4'ommlttei', lions. C.
It, liishop and A. S, Cleghorn,
AIcBsrs, A, .1. (Jartwrlght, Joiui II.
I'aty and V. A, Kclmefer,
The regular annua! public exam
inations and reviews of classes of
the Ciovcriiincnl day schools In the
district of Honolulu, take place this
neilc as follows;
On Tuesday, July 23d, at Kulllil
waona and Kniiluw'cla Schools,
On Wednesday, July 21th, ul IV
huknlua (ilrls' School, and at Alar
On Thursday, July MHi, at the
Hoyal School, ICaliciiuna, and ut
On Krldny, July 20th, nl ihu Fort
Street School, and at Alauoa, and
l I ' IU I II I if
Tho girls do lllto logo to tlio base
ball games no much, They are sure
lo i'o uoino goqd "calclios" there,
lOdAL ft OBHflML HIW&. VIOTOfilOM STABS. "M h fiC EftCJUlftll
IMiiNrufis Llliunkamnl lolurnotl
fniiit Kniiiii Huntlay innruiiiK-
Till. Hawaiian bnndpiif1 n run
uoit ul Minimi Squato tliu uoninu:.
Tun Coutt mit in banco tn-ilny.
f iihoh Nil (18 to 7-1 wore indued anil
TllK oiaiuiniitiouH at tlio Moana
Urn mill Kiillliluku scliiiols wi'ii- hulil
At tliu uvoiiIiik soliool ooniluolcil
ly A. V. lli'iir, pui liisitlur ut tcntlon iB
puiil to tliu Kngllali liniBiiiiKi'.
On July Hist a dividend will lio
mild at tlio tilllco of Mr. A. .1. Uart-
wriKht to tlio cTudllnrM of lliw Ma-
Tim: Hawaiian N'nwa Company sold
a very lino mililnul oru'in tliin morn,
inn for partiuH "l a ''"l'l'i' Soltlo
IjAht WiMlniinlay nl Wailuku a
fnrowull parly was kJvimi to Mr. (loo.
C. lNillcr, tlio now Socrotaiy of tlio
On Thursday tlio J5lH, at 10 n. m.,
n inootint; of tlio Uouiprooity Kiiniir
(Joinpanv will lio liulil at tlio ollko of
Hon. .1. H. Wnlkor.
Tim: llawaiinnTiainwiiyH Company
kIvch noiloo nlHOwlioru tlial tlio Ala
ki'ti and Fort htrool linen will bo
oponud on WcdncMlny.
A Oiiikamak wuh nrrcHtoil Rntur
day iiflornoon for oiuolty to nilili-on
ilu'okH. Ho liad tlium tiod voiy tiulit-
ly liy tlio loH and w;ih oarryiny llii'iu
at tlio ond of n polo.
Tiir.ltov. Dr. f. M. Iydoomcintod
at ICaumiikiipili church .Sunday
morning, for tlio motor, Hov. .1. Wui
aniiiii, who lias i;onu lo tlio oilier
idlandu for u vucalion.
Tim: Uui.i.cnx Wkuki.v Summauv
will bo out to-morrow, niid will eon
lain Koine local events flint cannot
bo found in any ntliur paper pub
liulied in tho Kingdom.
Tliu wife of Hubert Kapua, llrtst
eoiiiot player in tliu Hawaiian baud,
liicHonlcd him witli a son this morn
ing, Itobort's family now numbers
four gills and four hoys.
A vamiaiii.i: bay liorao belonging
to tlio Fashion Stables, strained it
self so badly in pulling Kngino No, 2
to tlio file last evening, that it had
to bo idiot this morning.
Mil. L. . I. Levey will bold mi im
portant credit salo of new and desir
able goods on Wednesday and Thurs
day. Tlio goods to bo sold are- fully
specified in another column.
Y.wnriNti jnen all over town wero
laughing their sides out to-day at tlio
Advoilisei's Hlalemont that, "Tho
Hclcnc went till Molokai was in full
view, lloeks of sheep being plainly
visible grazing on the hillsides."
An aim m of die was sounded a fow
minutes before eight o'clock List
evening. It was for a lire in a shed
J0xl2 owned by a Chinnmmi, Akmia,
on the lane loading from King street
lo the I iif itno Arylimi. The shed
was burned lo Hie giound.
TllK King' Own Co., Kmueliiiuieliu
Cuards, received their now uniforms
at drill on Friday night. They are
vomowhal similar to the nndices uni
form Of tliu Honolulu Hides, but tliu
pants mo a dm k blue. The King's
Own under Ciipt. Kaiu have i cached
a high statu of eflieicnev in their
Tub Advertiser calls attention lo a
Might typographical error in Satur
day's Hi'u.iyn.v. In our issue of that
day we nail no les tlian lour eoncc
lions lomako, by requcKt, of ignorant
blunders in Saturday morning's Ad
vertiser, In fact scarcely a day
pasecs but there is someone in this
oilice on the same errand.
A iiECKi-noN was held this morning
at the Chinese Club bouse in honor
of the eighteenth anniversary of Hie
I'll tli of the Kmpcior of China,
tuito a number of persons called and
paid their respects to Air, C, Alee,
Chiiii'M) Commercial Agent, and Mr.
(loo Kim, afcMstnnt agent. Tho Ha
waiian band was in attendance.
EVEI1TS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge No. ,'J I. O. of O.
F. at 7 :iJ0.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Hand concert at Kh.ma, Square
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROV.
nr i,. .i. j.uvkv.
At 10 a. in., at the lesldence of
C. W. Ilait, corner of Punchbowl
and Hcrctuuia streets, the whole of
his household furniture; also ferns
and plants, carriage horse, buggy,
Al noon he will sell at salesrooms,
hay, bran and barley, mid Tuikish
y " ii -
AIonkat, July 22.
Lee Nging for unlawful possession
of opium was fined r0 with one
hour's imprisonment at hard labor.
KIul, Jou Williams, Ivaun, ICauti
haukaiie, Kuaea, Doitltingoud, Ka
pule, and Hill Alaiiu had each to my
Hie usual ainouiil for drunkenness,
Wong Tuck was lined 81 with SI
costs for cruelty to animals,
Manuel Fernandez Alelriuho on a
charge of using profuuu and lewd
language was reprimanded and discharged,
MAll.f HMM,WPJ.fol tfUkRi.UUl, M., lM
Tlit' game of bnsoliall nuKntiirdnv
between Hie lvmuehaninlms and
Stars ivns witiinr-il by an oxceed
iugly large crowd nf hprrt.iioM, Tlio
Htiir imuli) six ions in I Im llrsl in
iiinys which gave tliom a good load.
IlobiTt l'uluiu, catoher of tlio Kn
iiiehaniflias, badly hurt two of Ids
lltigois in tho llrst Innings, but not
withstanding tills pluyudpliickily to
the end of tho game, lio will be
laid up for some time. At different
points of the gnmc there wad some
good playing, tho spectators show
ing their' appreciation by Ircquunl
hursts of applause. Messrs, W. K.
Wnll and l.eo, H. Hoardnian um
piled and gave satisfaction.
The .Stars were llrst lo bat with
Wudoliuitno up, lie hit for a bin
glo, went to second on an error
by I'nkele, got third on Uhas. Wild
er' s Out on strikes and was assisted
lo the plate by a wild pitch. Bald
win hit near lo tlui plate, got to
third on t wild throw by l'aliau and
homo oil a passed ball. Kroner
took his base on balls, to second on
a fumble by Wise, moved to third
by Perry's base on balls, and scored
by Joseph's failure to stop a ball
thrown by l'aliau. Chun. Wilder
hit to Wise who fumbled, to second
on l'erry's base on balls, !)d on Jo
soph's error and home on a passed
ball, l'erry got bis base on balls,
2d on Joseph's error, !ld on a pass
ed ball and home on a hit by Ilishop.
Winter was given llrst on bnlls,
stole second and third ami homo on
Carter's out al tlrst. WodelioiHo
ended the innings by going out on
Htrikes. For the Kainolianiehas Da
vis got. llrst on a muffed fly by Chas.
Wilder, 2d on a bad throw by Haiti
win lull was put out stealing third.
A. I.awcluwo struck out. l'aliau
readied (lrsl on balls, second on
Wise's hit, third on a passed ball
and scored on 1'akclc's hit to rigid.
Wise hit safe for llrst, got second on
a passed ball, mid home oil I'akole's
hit. Joseph died at llrst. .Score:
Stars G, ICamehamelias 2.
In the second Chas. Wilder hit to
Joseph who fumbled, to second on a
pitched ball which hit Baldwin, and
tallied on liruuer's base hit. The
outs were Baldwin attempting to
steal third and l'erry and Winter on
strikes. Makainioku not llrst on
Perry's fumble, stole second, made
third on a passed ball ami scored on
a hit by Davis. Urowcll was pre
sented witli his (lrsl on balls, stole
2d, to :id on Davis' hit, reaching tlio
plate on A. Lawelawe's out at first.
AL I.awelawc was out on a foul tip,
and Pahau at first.- Stars 7, Jvanie
The third innings opened with
liishop at Hie bat. Hisli. had got an
extra large mouthful of chewing gum
and looked fierce enough for a home
run, Ipit lie fanned Hie air in beau
tiful shape three times. Carter (lied
out to Al. Lawclawe, Wodehouse
took (lrsl on halls, Chan. Wilder hit
to Wise who fumbled sending
Wodehouse to third. Haldwin was
disposed of at first base. Wise got
first on Perry's fumble and reached
third on 1'akclc's and Joseph's outs
at llrst. Alakaimoku also died at
first. No runs.
The fourth innings was short,
limner retiring on a tout fly, Chan.
Wilder at llrst, while Winter flied
out. Al. Lawclawe failed to reach
llrst, Crowell was outat 1st on three
strikca and Davis on a lly. No runs.
Hoth sides scorid in Hie fifth.
Ilishop was at the bat and nearly
gol his head knocked off by a pitch
ed ball. Ho hit between first and
second, mid Wise fumbling look his
first, stole 2d, reached third on Car
ter a out at first and home on ode
house's hit. Wodehouse was put
out al second and Hruncr died al
first. A. Lawelawe made a lino hit
to right Held which Winter fumbled
and Hie runner made the circuit of
the buses amid loud applause. Pa
hau and Wise rcllicdal first and
Joseph on strikes. Stars 8, ICauie
Tho &ith innings were productive
of a run for tliu Stars. Chan. Wilder
readied first on Wise's fumble, stole
second and third and made Hie plate
safely on Winter'noutatlirst, Perry
went out on strikes and Hlshop al
first, Makainioku, Al. Lawclawe
and Crowell went out at first in quick
order. Score: Staro 'J, ICameha
In Hie seventh innings the Stars
were retired quickly, Carter on a
fly, Wodehouse anil Chas. Wilder
at first. After Davis had Hied out
to Carter, A. Lawclawe was given
his Unit on balls, stole second and
third, and reached Hie home plate
on Pahau's out at llrst. Pakele was
disposed of by a foul lip. Stars 'J,
No runs were made hi the eighth.
Haldwin got first on Wiso's muff of
a lly, went lo second on a general
fumble wilh tliu bull by two or three
players, but was put out attempting
to i each home. Hruncr made a safe
hit to left field followed by Chun.
Wilder to shod, but the innings
ended by Perry's out on strikes and
Winter on a lly. Joseph got his
llrst and stole second, but was left
there, Makaiiuoko retiilugou a foul
tip, AL Lawelawe on a foul lly,
while Crowell tiled to Carter.
In the ninth liishop, who had
sworn off from gum since Hie third,
stepped to the plate to redeem him
self, but was unfortunate, again
fanning the air three limes. Carter
Hied out, Wodehouse hit safe for
first, but the Innings ended by Chas,
Wilder Hying out. Davis made a
Following is the toore
NAMKS. T. II. 11.11. O. A. I:.
Wtideliotieo, K. !lb. 5 1 -J t II
Wilder, L'lui. s.s.. i! 1 0 0 il '
r.aldulo. II. p o I I) u SI
Hi liner, c.f t 1 'J II l
Tlltler. Cliaii. c... fl U 1 It ii "
Peirv. lb i 1 I 17 I 'J
Winter, r.f I I (I 10 1
HNImpi l.f f) 1 0-.0 It
Cniler, lib.. :. 0 (I 4 0
Total . I!) U 0 !T -Ji r
nami:s." r. u. if .11. o. A. i:.
Davis, p.... u 1 1 li Ul -J
l.awelawe, A. r.f.. tit 'J o o
Pahau, c 110 7 : I
Wise, '.'I fi 1 'J '.' ti I
Pakoio. lb il 0 I ID 0 t
liwph, ill I il t) l a
Mnkiiliiuikii, ss ... Ill) I 'II
Uxsrliwe, M. l.f.. I 0 (I H O il
Crow ell, of !l I (I II 0 u
Tot id .ii T r. -J '.'I I -
Hv luidiigs 1 J-iuTi: 7 a
staiM ;...t;i'nn i t nnn- ti
Kaini'luuiii'hiis i'JOO 1 0 1 II I-- 7
Karned Huiw -Stars 1, Itaiiirliniuc
liases on balls Uy DavN 4, by llald
lilt by nlti'liorlly I)avl 1, by Halil
Struck out -by Mavis 7, hvU.ildwhi 4.
Passed bulls Uy Wilder "l, bv l'aliau
"' Wild pltclipslly Davis t.
Tiniu of (.mutt Two boms ami seven
I'mplie Coo. K. ltoardman auil W.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, July 20th :
Won-. Lost. I'i.avimi
Kamcliaimdias . -I 2 (
Stai s.. ..11 -1
llfjiitililti It 1 -I
Hawaii 2 II f
Ivaiulanih 0 ." ")
The Hawaiian Hand will give
public concert this evening
Kmnia Square commencing
7 :!S0 o'clock,
Following is Hie pro?
PA I IT I.
March Vienna Scblld
Overt lire Slu voul.ui TI 1
Wall. Danube Wave In.iiiotIcI
Suk'ctlon II Trovaloro Verdi
Wai Maplinu. Ko I. el. Lei Aloha.
Selection Maseolln Audi an
Mauikii Sliiipllclus Strains
Waltz .Sliiiplli-lus J. ..Strauss
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Opening of tho Alakea Street and Fort
On and after WEDNESDAY, 24th
liifct., Cars will leavellie. Koyul lUwailan
Hotel VO minutes pusi eueh hour, and
will run to P.ui-ia via Alakea street. Ks
plnnade, Fori and Hcliool Htrects, fiom
CiiO a. M. lo 0:':0i. U.
KKAi) down: iii:ai up:
20 111 1 null's past the hour 10
Kiiiau Wlmrf .
V.rj miii'ites pant the ho.ir 0.",
Central Union Cliurel
il." nii'iut'.H pjul the hour .r"
45 minutes oust I be hour ' 45
ONK Kino Wel.tr Piano in good
order, will lie sold ul a rea.oii'ible
price, can bo seen at my n-Midtwe, No.
217 Fo't hind near School:
1502 lu Al. GItKKN.
SUaAR PLANT I
The Entire I'huji of :llie
Star 111 Couair, Koliala:
Is offered For Sde. The Mueldntry
W in perfect working order
olid emitibl of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trajh-carrior, Etc., complete,
I Pair ol Boilers 6x20,
1 Double Effect C and 7 foot Pant,
1 Vacuum Pan C leet wilh Blake Pump,
3 Wctton Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
ClariDers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Michiuery tnmnlly found
ia a well nppoliitcd mill.
Albo, a number o'f
California & Island Miles,
Cane Carts & Ucn'l l'laatatiou
Delivery will be given after next crop
linn been harvested, say about July 1,
tSTKor further particulars apply lo
Manager Btar Mill, Kolmls, Huwuii
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA
JL PER in the Kinguuin "The
Dally Uulletln." 60 ceuls per uionlh.
John P. Colburn
(Jiicuii Ml cut.
TO lilCT ur I.KAiO
a fPiii: I'l.'in
iWM i- D ''L ll'lll
I.iiiii.mIv iici ll'lrtl by
K. H llnii uml
ciihr. aiiiih t"
Cpt. Ciiiuiv. PiUtb
!10I lw JOHN 1 lOl.lll
FOIt SALE CHEAP
M A YOUNO Saddle
sJ& A Mine, (.pleinliil
jaSJT anliunl Im a Im), and
XiSSESU Colt Ssilillc. 'bridle,
a Imrmiiii. Apply al tills oHlce. 2.11 tf
."ifUNI-illKD Itimm.sli let,
b'.lilhwcsl o irniT of
tivtts. tm l.t bo veiy
eonveiiluiit lor n
"tOSVKNIKNT Hnmn, for
V ) lltlsln4 ntlloiM nr In It.
IlijtfiJl big iipariini'iits tin Hie seemul
llnorovir tliu flint Mine on King itcei,
this city, "Uloliu Hulfl l'lumlsi's" In
(piirn al tliu frail store.
UUB 12t AH CHKW.
All Evening Scliool
Conducted by A. V. REAP,, A. B.
rpillS Solm-il lot n! -Inn il tliorniiulianil
L pri'Mluid liitcllcetusl tiaiiung fin
young men liesdroua of bcconiimr mhmi
i ate. and rapid iiecounthiilsj nl attaining
a plain anil lendy linsbwss liimd; of
gaining a correct u-o nt Hid Ktif.1 "'i
Inngusgi) uml (f acquiring imhcoIix
preasinu tlieieiii. Il ntceir. Momhiy.-i,
Tuu-diiys, Tliuredtys nml Fiiduys mill
cnnlluiif.4 In version fiom seven lo nine
ror timber Information, nildres I', t).
Uox 401, ur call at No. 'J Kmina Square
in to jot Hoioers
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tlio United States.
r"U arc respectfully requested in
JL eftm mi) statements ute made b
uuents of utlier c'Miiiindes agninsl th"
Kipiili.blu or its methods, in lay the
mutter promptly before
A. .J. OAKTWJHGHT,
281 If Ocnenil Agent for liuu. is.
Borders & Decorations,
.V l-.iir(j:o Lot !
TiiMt JCucjulvt-tl !
And for sale at reduced prices.
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every age, on every premium
table, and in every year, the AC
TUAL HESULTS of Tontine Policies
of Hie New York Life Insurance .Co
have boon LAKOEK than tlioee OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY inning
gjETVur particular apply to
v. . ssf:st; Kit,
Oen'l A;ent Hawaiian IMands.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paauiiau Pi.antatio:, )
IIawam, March 0, 18-8 )
II!n1od Iron A I.oconiotlvo AVorkM
UENTi.Eiir.H: We have ued two of
your 3u-chembcrcd Filter Prctsts this
seuhiin. Tlii-y are convenient, eatily
liHiidled and arc tuirklug entirely lo
our HHtisfnctlnu. I can leeoiiimeml no
iiiipnivetiient on them.
Very reiiptct fully yaw.
(Signed) "A. MOORE,
.Manager l'.iaubuii 1'bml.iUon.
Theto l'rcsse are mr.de extra havy
for lileli prcsni'ep. occupies a lluor
space 11 feet by 1 feet, and prcfeiilB a
lllterlug ftiif-.ee of 240 square feet.
A limited number In nock in Homo
lulu and are iot(l a' vary low prices.
Hiadon Iron & Iocs. Work).
f2F"For .nrlleuinr enquire of
,10I!N DYKK, Honolulu,
Room No. li SprccluD' llloek.
I 2250 tf W. O, Irwin & Oo.. AgcuU
COKNJJU UOTKI, &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White fi Fancy Mroidcfics,
Torchong Laees, Oriental Laoos.
Also, Lane Lmes of Lace Trillings !
WILL HK CLOSED OUT AT AN
BCS Immense !SrotIuoi iosi "8
Croat 15.iig.iin- e.iu bo
ublniiii'i! by calling at
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
J Heel A-
t Sprmu II. 1 1
1 A. . nog IU.
(1 A. Spl!l,' II
Sluing II 'el
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street,
Ladies ! Have You Seen the Latest ?
LEADINfi MILLINERY HOUSE
K3T ALL TDK
HQLSJ8TER & CO
10! VmW STItr.KT. IIONOI.I'J,!!.
VST N. 11. On and after
of tun Dicftinakiii'' Rix.iim.
fi'.rr f ,, ir,M.'UMB i jk- v-c... -r-r. 'i,. i ,
tile" l't'inplc of l''.ii'.iion fur llie
CoruiM Hotel & l'nvl Mtrcols..
- : my Tin-: .
(it) EAST. ggrj
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May lOth, MISSCLMIK
will have charge