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CORNER HOTEL &
BY LAST "MARIPOSA" I RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry s? Fancy Goods
Which arc now opened out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateenec J
Frtl Colors, about 150 Pieces nt 25,cont$ f yard;
SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, the Latest Novelties;
A New Line oi TOYAL BATISTE;
PERSIAN MULLS, in the Latest Dewgns;
Jincin LatTiia I Llnon Lavus J
wish to call the attention that I have- this scion imported t)io Fiueat end
Best Selected Stock of
Of cry DsMiriptiou. 150 pes lo soled from. I havo bought
110 Pieces of Eimiisriss ii Boifi from ila Sasl
An ImtneriBO Assortment.
IJtr Ladles in want of Embroideries can wwe 30 per cent on every
Foh l-uo Cornor Motel & Fort Strata,
B. P. 1SLEES '& CO!
; jUiT i::mvr.t x vjjuy
Staple a& Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Geut'H l-iwaxif-liiiis' .oIh, fcc, Are.,
All v,ill be sold at Rcsootiablo Prices.
- 4J& Our Die-dUHiking Department under the management cf MISS
CLARK will bo reopened about .May
nan & crow nr
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy teds,
Ji.1.1 f3tvrt I'rom O ao liiitton--,
llo<iy, cdtines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patt&rns; ISeolea Drs Cceds,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clotting, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
: CASTLE "C00KE"
PLANTATION & IN8U1UXCE AGENTS,
$L Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Crpenleib', yiftekemillis', aiKchluiBti' PluiMbeis' Toeli,
ROUSE FURNISHING: GOODS !
Kiiehen Utensil, Painti, OiU, Vxriifbcs, Lamp Oucd and
Wake's Sleam hiinps, YJtston's Centrifugals
Wilcox & Gibbs, & fifcmlngton Seeing Bachlnos,
Dp. Jape & Sods Family Hlclnes.
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -;- WCflS
SAESAPAEILLA and IRON WATER,
Gingei Ale, SaxHitpnrUln,
tfW ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE.
.5'i KIN 7,
Mutual Telephone 3 30 -
lhluutl rruew promptly nUcrmul t. nov-8-8l-Cu)
Oil Calcc Meal, LljtKuod Men!,
Uurtoy, Jo!lel lluiioy,
aiidUlitig: Groujxl Jiarlry,
Wheat am! ('oru FUmr.
.1TLUUU 4drAl!ii. GoUlmi
lolophonos, No, 175.
iakob asortmi::? r or
& Oommission Merchants,
: : Proprietor.
of "THE GREAT1 JtLOOl;
f'J 'I S ICIC'X' n
o ar- Boll Telephone 298
Guta & SallmiH-Oi FLOUK
Juto & HnlliiiiM-ti
Cojr. Udlfiburgh it Qua on St&
&Att jjOLLifftii itoJSOLfWiitr, jbl. i.i
Trtv'ly-rr.TVr -'. u-tf. .i-vj-'ara.t r?r?ry?rrr7ri'Trvrv'
Mc iisirikw Co, L'l
B. 1'. DUllnjhan:, Tr$:.ld?nt J. CI. 8rMr,
Ma-jitl T. Ii. Winter, Thinner,
- Tin: vhuy Li:3r in
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps,
Hall Ltuiips & ClirmdGlicn?,
JisjtRceched from the Factory.
A M Line of Refrigerators,.
A. Full I.luo of the Favorito
Eddy's Mrljlerator's and Ico Ms,
Dhttoa1, Bxvi & I'Hmj Jlew Linos of tuts,
Planet, Jr., Cultivators.
Pictures Frames $ Mouldings,
Paciflo H irdwnra Co.. L'd,
Fort & Merclmnt sta.
HENRY HI. STANLEY
III DARKEST AFRICA
Tha Mrav,lctd irtorjr pf K'niibj'Jnjcol Uir.llln;
ivuntuw h-il tio ri.r.tf!(,uo of I1I4 Inojrunt
dUnrr I iwl.l-ipj"-" foe tlio lint llmo In t'10
Afrl a." I Jijt ho lcc!r t by oiy tt' tho ao-
Cilcd RUtdO) IojI.s"ji li lnaultoTtlui 'Vei
rand itu!i(n,it3 lii bu ouj of llivsa Lut
bta ilr; c jntrlbutcil a Hit '.
Cirectln ivo-y paril 11 Ur. A n nwranUm it. Kill
will olf iwtl-uiRi on a:rll tlo 1
PIIITinM In 0"'cr "',l 0 lo mVrl.M11
UrtUIIUil jut fje booi !.;. the im.
CHARLC3 SCRlBWEn'O SONS
Au 1 tint the canrauln; acnt c-riU4 u cvttlucata
cf w.ucydo- 1U3.
A. L BftMCROFT & CO.
132 POST STREET,
General Agento far the Pacific Ccast.
J. W. Chamberiin,
.Sole Agent for llaw.dlun Klnrlum.
lhr?lanoulrt'oniiU)ui lli'l nLttcmnt 1j'nr?
MAMS JOCKEY CLUB,
fJUlE following nouilnalloiik vill close
X JuboSO, 1BU0:
Fulurily Slake ol 1892101 Hawaiian
bied 2 yenrolil. A Swiuwtnkn of 8."0
us follows: So on Xoniltiatlon, SIO
launary 1. 1S!U, 510 July 1, 1801, ?W
Jamury 1 , 1892.
Hawaiian Dcrhy oi 1003-For Hawaii
urcd a year old. A Swcepsiafce of 3100
an folli3: S3 on Nomination, 610
January 1, IS'Jl. 80 July 1. 1801, 8i3
January 1, 9-', yiO Juiuimy 1, 1WU.
U. O. 1SKKGEK,
Mrs. !V3. i. RAMOS
Hew Photonic Gallery
At A. L, EuitL'i, UriUt'e,
Wh;re tho Boit. llu Neateit u;d lh9
Pliotoiri'iijliic Pietuirs and Kei-ldoih'o
Viua aii" taken. Entile fcjtKfartimi
given, and all ordcrajiromptly utieiidtd
JP2T-A respectful Invitation I pent out
to the ladles to call and hee for tliein
PARTIES tlciiiing Avocado Prnrs in
quantities of not lens than CO will
ill o. Iliiwnii.
l'OK SAJLfi CHEAP
A COMPLETE outfit for ninltlog and
dlspenbinj carbonated bevcia b
all In miod aider.
OX account of ill health Dr. J 31.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E L.
Iiiucliliihon to tal.o ihuigc of liU nlllLtt
until lilsictnni. .117 if
I WILL not b' icspnuiibln for any
bills aguiiit tlie bteamci' 'Aka
mnl" unless lneuned by niv wiitteu
order. O. P. OAS'lLK.
Honolulu. .1 lino 7, 1800. S75 tf
THE midcii-lgned have Fold out the
di y goods bibliieslteietofoieear
lied on by them at No. r.7 ic 00 Hotel
f-trct, to Mr. A. G Slhit who will con
duct the business on bis own account
from and after thK dto.
M. A. CONS LVES .1 CO,
Honnltiln, Mnyai. IbiiO. r.S.'i tf
ALI claims agahibt the "Honolidit
Daliy" to June 1, 1S0O, must lie
left at the olllru of J. A. Mngooii wiihiu
EOdiiVHfroni iiiite. Mei.i. Ilov.ett A
Jiicob-en aie autlioiUed to collect a'l
bllli due the 'Honolulu D.iliv" from
iluy 1, lSW.
J. l.DOWftETT. Ji:
lloii'ihilii..iiiiip ll.ispn. -utf
HANO hniijjht uit ah. w. u.
1'af In the "Iloio'tibi tjiiruu
ilaiiulartory, at 12S toil luit, 1 nut
prepared to rr.ntlniio II.- alo liiisliuvj
uiidei Die oM ii.iiin f lli.iiolulu On.
liuge Muiuifhelojy, n.ul 1diip i,n oM
expviioiiccil carrlayit I ullUcr I h licit
the iM.tionuRu of ni "lil fih'ddA and iliu
iiubllu in ucni'iul, mid Uli m thorough'
kiHiukdco of iliu liUkhiMt and wlllinx
I t'lleii'.c.l workimn i: I iiiiny only iln
Inn inrmrl'd 1 yimriitmc 'uacra) citix'.
fttdlon IMcfmo onll mid mi luotaforu
(.inul)j OlDEOiT WEbT.
HyUJuJu, OrJ. M, IviU. Mil if
Sun I'mnclscoi June M, perS. S.
City of Piking.
Tho llrat Canadian Woman's En
franchisement Convention opened ut
Toronto J due 12: The reports pre
sented showed fair progress.
Etnilio Valisco, v?ho represents
the Mexican Laud and Colouizatlon
Coniiuny. operating in Lower Cali
fornia, has published n written
statement In the Diario del Ilogar,
a newspaper, in which he says that
Mr. Scott, late manager of the com
pany, is now en route to Indie, and
that he therefore "cannot possibly be
implicated in the filibustering move
ment. A charter was granted at Harris-
burg, Pa., June 'J, to tho Spicckels
Sucar llellning Company of Phila
delphia. Capital, 3,01)0,000. The
Directors are: Clatia Spreckcls of
San Francisco, C. A, Sprockets and
Louis Sprcckcls of Philadelphia.
A New York despatch of June 10
says: Tho craze for aiigar-trust spe
culation appears to have set in.
Shares last week were quoted at tl&
arid went down to 7 1 in a panic.
They arc now 85, ami it is predict
ed freely they will jeach 125 before
the bocyn bursts. Yesterday's de
cision in San Fiancisco helped to
press shaios up from 8l to 81g,
without opening the exchange litis
morning. Up to 1 o'clock this af
ternoon 52, GOO shaies of Sugar
Trust ere sold from the Exchange.
I hero is excitement at hllcnsuurg,
Wash., over rich linds of gold near
An aeronaut named Wooley fell
300 feet from hi collapsed balloon,
at Oakead.ilt, Wash., striking the
top of a tree in his fall, and was se
Members of the board of educa
tion at Olyinpia, Wash., weie brib
ed by a book trust in the East, to
secure the contract for school books.
A train was thrown off tho track
by robbers near Texarkaua, Aik.
One repoit is that tho robbers got
less than 8200, another that they
got 810,000. An unknown man was
killed by the train going off, and
express messenger Nesbitts was se
riously wounded, jf not killed, by
The lottery bill hat been intro
duced in the Louisiana Legislature,
but auli-lotti'iy Dieuibeis say the
only way it can get a majority is by
diru'l purchase of votes.
Sloans destructive of life and
propei ty have occurred in Illinois
and other States.
nt.vNCK vnusus lnolanu.
hi the Chamber of Deputies Ri
bot, the Minister of Foieigu AflaiiP,
lead Fiance's note to Egypt.
Fiance contends that the time' has
arrived when Englnnd, in accord
ance with the many declarations
and self-cougiatulations of her Min
isters, and for the prosperity and
security of Egypt, ought to evacu
ate the country. The note ex
presses surprise that the powers do
not agree in recognizing that tho
profits of conversion ought to be
applied to incteaiing Egypt's mili
tary forces in order to enable her
to dUpcuso with Rritisli troop.
Relieving, however, that all the
parties interested are disposcil lo
givo the subject fiank consideration,
Franco assents to the conversion
fccliemc, reserving the question of
evacuation for futuie negotiations.
M. Ribot declared that Franco de
sired cordial relations with England,
but would lose no opportunity to
protest against Englnnd establish
ing herself in Egypt,.
Iu tho Reichstag June 10, Chan
cellor Capiivi, in lepby lo a ques
tion said: "Gratifying hIkus of im
provement are. apparent in the tela
tions between Geimanyand France,
and I should regret to see them
again brought into tiouble. In no
country are international relations
so dilllcult, or the necessity for in
dulgent consideration so great as in
Germany." Several Alsatian de
puties declared Hie passport regu
lations injured their economic con
dition and had no Germanizing in
fluence. msM.vncic talks.
The London Telegraph ol Jtina
10 continues its repoit of an inter
view with Hlsmarck. Nobody, ho
said, was nioio earnest for peace
than Empctor William, who was
bent upon internal reforms, and had
no idea of aggression. When asked
whether it was possible to extin
guish the French griewuiccs by the
restoration of their provinces to the
French, ho declared that restoration
was utterly impossible, and that it
must lie left lo time lo remove their
resentment. Their lelations with
Russia, ho H.iid, weie equally good,
and she certainly would not atlark
Germany. The Czar is averse to
conquest and dislikes physical exer
tion, a point that is not without im
portance to the peace of Km ope.
The triple alliance, Uiiunaiek
said, was coi lain to endure. Only
the most unforeseen accident could
disturb Euiopeun peace. lie
thought it Impossible that Etigland
and Germany should ever go to
If they quarrel It might lead in a
continental confllul, uveii if England
abstained (rum fighting, This,
however, was a wildly improbable
contingency. Tim African dlsptilo,
vaid Wsrjjwrck, la a triflujjj icaltor,
Attti te, te.
nnd he believed Lord Salisbury's
temperate words nro rooro to Eng
land's taste than fltonloy'a fierce
In conclusion IHsmarck'spoke in
the highest praise of the lute Em
pel or Frederick, saying that hud ho
lived he would have astonished the
norld by tho vigor of his personality
3IIS CKLL AXEOUIB.
A despatch received at Tho
Hague from tho East Indies
says that the Dutch have cap
tured n Chinese position on the
River Edl. Eighty Chinese troops
wciu killed. The Dutch had twenty
The While Star steamship Doric,
trading between London and New
Zealand, claims to have made tho
fastest voyage around tho woild.
The total limo is 77 days 0 hours
and 50 minutes, thu distance being
28,000 miles. Tho engines worked
continuously. There was no slow
ing or stopping,
A City of Mexico despatch says:
The rcputts' that Mexico to overrun
by Chinese is sheer nonsense. There
aic not 1000 Chinamen on the entire
coast. The majority of these aro
arrivals, simply passing through
heic on their way to the United
Tho cr.-eommunteation of c-x-Pre-sident
Garcia by Archbishop Luban
tiden, because the former insists
thut the masses of the people do not
profess the true Roman Catholic re
ligion and at e idolatrous, causes
considerable excitement in Mexico.
Tho lo3s of propei ty in Cuba by
the receut Hoods is very great. The
loss to real estate aud personal pro
perty is mote serious than was nt
first supposed. Nearly peventy-tlvc
lives were lost, mul it ic estimated
that 87,000,000 woith of property
The London Times s'vys the Bar
ings haul ai ranged to issue a loan
for Uruguay of ;,000,000 at 6 per
The Legislative Assembly of Vic
toria has unanimously approved the
scheme for the fedoatiou of Austra
lian colonics and lim appointed de
legates to the convention which is
to consider the subject.
Henry George bailed from Mel
bourne for En-land on the 10th.
The Colonial Governments of
Austialia have passed the necessary
acts providing funds for the con
struction by the llritnh Govern
ment of several ships of war to be
devoted exclusively to the defense
of the Austialian colonic! It is
also proposed to establish intcr-colo-uial
free trade throughput Austia
lia, whether Imperial federaliod, as
advocated by Rosebery, comes or
not. All signs point to a certainty
of Australian union that will present
the opposite side of tho world a copy
of the United States of America.
Tho Australians were dissatisfied
with the course of the British Gov
ernment in permitting other Euio
pean nations to gam a foothold iu
Polynesia, and with a fleet at their
command their remonstrances may
take a vigorous form.
! B S
.jros'f itKOicivJED :
Ex. Win. IT. Dlmond,
OK HIGH TKST.
LEWIS & CO.
Uesd Cattle !
MONDAY, July 2 1st,
There will he sold at Public
at ICahlkinul, Maui,
MOKE or LEaa.
CT A good opportunity to procure
lino stock. 070 lm
A. G. SILVA,
05 & 67 Hotel Et:e:t,
Furniture. Matting & Carpet Laid
Tine U)hdliteiliig and Dcddln a spe
elulty. jnuc 10-Cm
1 AS. rOWCLL. formerly employed
el nt Fiilon Feed t'o. for revoial
years, huviiiK rouo Into tho bapg.igo
expiecg l)iilii('T, solicits pationugo.
Stand, coiner of Klnjr and Jtcthul
meet?. Oidci-3 cm be left at Young 4
flip's cigar tnud. Iliiggage dcllvoied
with pioiupliicis mul imii to miy pint
of city. juiioT-UO
Dr. 111SNU1 11. AIoUUEW.
4 1TIJR nil almnipp of four years In
1 l'.irls, has lcttiiucd to hit homo
on tho Islnmls, for ihn purnoMi of ie-r-umlug
tho piaclliu of midhlno. Ho
may bu toiind nt his old uftlco on Hotel
rti cut buiwci'ii Ton und Alukea tlrcutii,
Oliku horns f i oin b to 11 a. U., and 3 to
4 and 0 to 8 r, iL 670 lm
".--.. .' ... -. v . .. s .j. , , .. ... ,i' .... .j i.. ...a. . -, .,,..... ... ...:. ... .ji
Fresh Butter !
IN UAliF-POUWD PAVB.
Is tho Fined Table Duttcr sold in tho
City of Honolulu.
- to at had qf
Henry Davis & Co,
.RiTfc A EG
Imported Dhcct ficm 1 1 si vum .
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
AksubIim:, Calloctorn, OManlnlon Agosti uul
Ocitom Hon Bic'sew.
Ara M nil times piepnred to per.
foitn niiy itc'Ctlption of t lerlonl Woik,
uch as Audlitritf Accounts, Posting up
Trnilcamcn's Hooks, Making Invcntorifo
ot SJto-jk, Hiigi.MiIng Lfcal Documents,
Etc. Uomp9.rit hml Reliable Kreiuhi
Cleiks for th'i dellvuiy and tallltigof
JiT" Office m Dust api". At Ronr.nTSON's,
Qiu en strut Posi ort'.cu Uox 18') Mil
toil Teleplionu II': lit! I Telephone 414
8QrOur New Aitotypo Hlustrated
Catalogue eeut free on upplicatlou.
118 ai'TTBU MT,
Mau l'ranolsoo, : i California
may 3-SO-ly '
Ex, Alex. McNeil
Sfeei Wire Fbrgb
FOR BAIE BY
Haweiii LMware Co.,
MKii. MONROE, lndlea nurse, has
removed to No. a, Kukui Jane
Furnished IIouso To Lot
AT, Wuiklkl, a two story
Hoihc, containing Ms
rooms nicely furnished, with
kin-lit n, hinal, buth .md servant's looms.
at tide, ft? , to lot for tv few months at a
referable rate, Or rooms will bo let
Biiel.v wl h L'nnd fiihle hoard.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Vnluablo Property For Sale
f a riimnnii avouuo, a
nowly furuibhed 2.torv
House coatiiniatr 8 rooms.
kitchen, bathroom, clohent, carriage
house, stable, lnmcry, etc, Giouuus
contain S 210 nneu, noil laid out In
lawn, hade and fruit ireoj, flowers,
etc. will hoboldlow, with or without
furniture, noises, coiriagcs, livestock,
and all tho nppoirn moots needed in a
flrst'Cliits icMucmcu, as the owner iu.
tonda leaving thc-e Hlnnils. ,
UAWAUAN nUSlNJiSS AGENCY.
''pHJl best lomody for
JL wound-, ulcers,
galls, proud flesh and
hores of every dtscrin-
'- tlon to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leadiug horse -railroad,
club and livery stables, etc.. iu
tho United States mid elsowhore. Wo
are prepared to piovo this statement by
testimonials aud rofcicnces to planters
and liverymen iu thU Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN 11US1NE93 AQENOY.
A LARGE aMorlmi'iitof l'hotographs
mid Ktercojcoilo VIowh ot tlio
mot attractive kcuiioiy, bnllilliigs, oto,
Iu thoiu Iblauds, fur gale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN HUSINKBH AGKNOY,
Coroor Fort and Merchant jtmjts,
fim ;fr","f f "
mm utosMi dut ,
From San Frcnoiioo.
Loavo Duo at
6. F. Honolulu
Alameda... ... .June 28,... July 5
Mariposa July 2G. . . . Aug 2
Zealundia Aug 23...'. Aug 30
Alumcd.i Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Deo 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Lcavo Duo nt,
Maripoui Juno 11. . t Juno 8
Zealandia July 9.... July 20
Alameda Aug C, ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3.... Sept 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 20. . . . Nov 16
Muriposa Nov 20.... Deo 13
Zealandia Dae 21.... Jan 10
Intormedlale S. S. Au3lralis.
Loae S. F.
Friday.. Jun 20
Friday... July i'
. Oct 21'
FOK SAX B.'itAK:iMC.
Tho new ami fine Al aicel bteaimblii
Of theOcennioStrhiinhtpCoiiipiny, will
ho due at Honolulu frcm Sydney
aud AiicUlund on nr about . ,
June 20, 1890.
And will ltavo for tho abine port with
malls aud passengers on or about that
Kor fielght or pas3ane, havinK
PEIUOK ACCOMMUDATION8, a
WM. O. IHWIN & CO., AgonU.
Fop Sydney and Aucklanfj.
Thu ao and fine Al stcol stcMnabtp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Conipnny, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco oil or about
Jujy 5, i 8907 - -
And will havo prompt dippatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, G. DtWiy & CO.. Arranta
Gustav A. Sclniman
No. 70 & 81 ; : King Sheet.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having recetrtd a full asenrtment of
"arrhiire Trimming MntciiaU from tho
Bast, I am prep'ircd to execute all ordors
with nentnes and despatch at very rca
ondbler.it:n. G. A. SC3UMAN.
Hawaiian Lime I
4 30 PEU UAItnELT"
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
643 Solo Agents. "Ttr"
A NATURAL Mineral Wator. For
sale only by
, , W.S.LUCE,
bolo Agent & Importer for the tla
wallan Islnnda. 628 U
Com,r Kins t Bsticl Streets,
Has just imported somo now Btylo'
Manila & Havana Cigars,
Olcrotto & Choloo Tobacoos,
Forsalo. Also, Cold Di Inks. fi77 2w
Manufacturer of Ladie1
Fronch Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SJttN SnUOS MADE TO OKUEn.
PrcKed or Mewed; ulso. Badillcn.
83 Nuuanu bt., :::!. O. liux 201.
COO KIM & CO.,
No. 59 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of ,
Cualiuerea nnd FuriiUlittiK Gnod.
AIpo, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Quod tit ginnantccd. 617 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort f.rcet to Ro.
hello Lane, Pair ,iti.
Offics nouitsi 0 a. ir to ISm. ard
Y M. to 0 I' M.
Uutual COllieaTELCPIIONESigrCcll 475
IIRRWOOD for jalo at llawalldo
. Cominerolul Hftln.roows, coroernf
Q'JOVQ $$ uubqu meets, ua t