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FIGURED, INDIA SILKS!
Till! LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
(jSf No. 2 Pattern alike. Fashionable DiessmaUui; iipstuiii
1J XOIVX" STKEET.
havi: .ii'sr iti:ci:tvi: a vuky i.ahok assoutmknt ok
Staple 8k Fancy Dry GoGds,
LADIES' A CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
All Will lie sold at
Our Die-milking Department under
CLARK will lio ic-npened iiliout May
MAlff & Craw HP
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
IC1U GloveH Irom J to XJ) Hut Ion.
iiohieiy, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youtiis' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
IMiiumtl Uloclr," ITon.
rfc. JL A " Ti- ' 1 .t.Mto-W I III I I T"
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPEB . AND
MM Sheet, Iron Work.
CASTLE " & COOKE,
hipping & Gommission Marc-hanis,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Uluiibilu, PaintH, Oiln,
Blake's tlteara Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glubs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
umom FEED CO.
-OFFER AT BED
I3allfoinhi Hay, OutH, Bran,
Oil Calco Meal, Linsocd Meal,
Uurloy, IColled Barley,
Middling Ground Hurley,
Wheat and Corn Jb'lour.
FLOCK KT-Alta, Golden Gate & SallnturM FLOUR
- o- '
Tele))honoB, No. 175,
House, Coinor Fori A. Hotel Ms.
EHL1RS & CO.
tho management of MISS
OS Jto &"? King: Si roc I.
Muctiinitstfa' fc I'liimbeu' Totilfl,
Vnrniben, Lamp OornU tkiid
Cor. Edinburgh & Quo en Sto.
lacier? For Sale !
The following Mnehlneiy foimlng
paitottlio Star Mill Plant will bo sold
nt public miction at an oaily ditto inlot-j
disposed of piovlously by mhnlu sale,
l'nitlco ilchlioii of pin chalng any por
tion or tills Mnehlneiy can get p.utl
cuhiis and pi Ices fioin the miuci jlyncl :
Spate Gear Wheel & IMntoii;
1 I.WO Kiuthx'
p:uv Gear Wheel
ft McOnlu Cliiittlcu whh Flllhurs I
1 Juice Heater, 1 1 ft. long H2 In. ijln-
2 'i In. W. L Cloniiliip Pans, fi12l!.7:
1 G7 Double Kffeet,
1 6x20 Galloway Boiler, complete;
1 OxlO Tubular Roller, eoniplcte;
t Su2.u- Oar ii In. W. I.. -KO.-K:!. I :
1 Sugar Cooler, SNo.flx'iO;
1 Sugar Cooler, 0 0fi 0x20;
2 Sugar Coolci. ' (W20;
t Tank J4 in. V. I.. 7.020I2;
1 Steam l'utnp, 4 dKehaigo;
1 No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Rlul.o liuiip, I1.. dUehaigu;
I iitlio. 20 chuck 1.2 ft. htng. bed ;
1 Heavy Ytee.
1 F.ihbanks J'latfoim Scales 20'JS;
INI ill Huildlng, -tOxIftOxiH ; mid Holler
Shed, nllcov. wlthConugated lion;
Fire Hi iok, also a l.irge nssoitmciil of
2nd Hand Cocks Valves Piping,
ForSlar Mill Co.. Kohala, Hawaii.
"Crcvrrr UlocV Had St near T'ort
I bei; to
AT A HAJIQAIN.
Alco. a (i.niplete n;nitiuont of l!it
cl.iss ioi-K or
Cart, I apn & CaFffip
Selected personally f the best fjetoiies
in I be i:astern .States. 000 lni
Ee?"Our Xcw Aitotjpc Jllustiatcd
O.italogue sent fiee on application.
118 KUTTKIt MT.,
No, 30 Nrniaaa Bt, P. 0, Eox 267.
Boot and Shoe .Store.
Ifavlnir liml to years c.peilonco in
the business, I am piep.ircd to inahu
f net urc to order fashionable luiuil
Rewed Ladles' & Gentlemen'a Jioots is
Shoes, Alt-o, Kicnch ii Aineilcan Hoots
& Shoes jceelved by eveiy steamer.
Prices reasonable. 1 solicit your pat
i ontigc. K I :ini
" HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Oommlulon Ageiits nnil
Cuttoni Hono Brokers,
Arc at nil times prepared to per.
form any description ol Clerical Woik,
such us Auditing Accnunln, I'ostlng-up
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, Kngrnssiug Lognl Documents,
Etc. Competent and Reliable Freight
Clerks foi the delivery mid tallying of
ESTOlllce it HusrAor.ifcHoiiunTflON'p,
Queen street. Post Oflleo Max 18tl, Jlu.
liml Tch'pbouft 1(: Hell Telephonu 414.
Studio, lio, 37 Alakoa Stroot.
rormerly of New York, would Inform
tho piiblio that' she Is pinpaied tn fill
nil ordeis for l'nsteis, Oil, Water Colors
mid India Ink Poiti.ilts.
E3f Samples of work can bo seen nt
Studio mid Hamilton Jloiih'u l'arloi.x.
A. G-. SILYA,
85 & 67 Hotel Street,
Fine Upholstering aud Heddlng a po
clnlty. ' June liJ-lim
HAIIERSIITH k MLD,
Ifj9 z& -'C '-"1 2
THE STORMY EAST.
l'nittiiiiH ol rnnrNtntcHHwcpt Over
by 'IViTlftc JnlCH.
Philadelphia, July 17. A sovcro
w-iiulstorin, ncuoinpnnicd by heavy
iniii, thunder and lightning, passed
over the cily this evening. The
wind blew ti hurricane mid consider
able damage was done to piopeity.
At Landsdale, I'cnn., a leiriblc
thunder and hail stoi in Hooded the
streets and rondo them impassable.
John Cleimiicr's barn was struck by
lightning and entirely consumed.
Several other lives could bo seen in
At Moiristown two men were
hilled by lightning.
Despatches from JN'orristown and
Locklmven report a heavy storm
with damage to pioperty.
A number of sailing vessels were
capsized, and for a time grnvc "ap
prehensions wcro entertained as to
the safety ol those known to have
been on board. It was ascertained
later, lion evcr,t lint nil wcie rescued.
Allentown, Pa., July 17. A vio
lent rain and wiudslotin passed over
tliis city this afternoon. The roofs
of a number of houses were blown
off, and many other buildings wore
damaged. Trees in every part of
the city were uprooted. Ncaily
all wires were prostrated, and tele
graph poles and wires were badly
damaged along the lailroad.
Uethlebem, Pa., July 17.-A cy
clone swept over Ilcllcrtonn this
evening. Hotels and 1 evidences
were unroofed and church steeples
blown down. The Ilcllcrtonn agri
cultural works weie totally demo
lished and seven workme'n sustained
sevcic biuiscs. John iMcemnn,
aged eleven, was instantly killed.
Two passenger trains on the Lehigh
Valley road encountered the storm,
and both narrowly escaped being
wicckeii. The trains had to feel
their way along, frequently stopping
to allow telegraph poles and trees
to be removed from the track.
Ashland, Pa., July 17. This
town was visited this evening by a
furious storm. Hailstones broke nil
the windows on the north side of
every building in town. Houses
wcie nnioofed and fruit crops in the
adjacent country were entirely de
stroyed. Bristol, Pa., July 17. The
steamer Columbia was struck by a
storm on the Delaware this evening.
All nor turnings were carried awny
and most of the fnncy-coloied glass
in the windows' was demolished.
The pass.engcrs were terrified and
were pacified hy the captain with
Peoria, III., July 17. A small
cyclone visited tlio country just
across the river from litis city this
afternoon, wrecking a freight train
and tearing down trees, and small
buildings. A man named Ericson,
of Utica, N. Y., was struck by
lightniiTg, while running away from
the C3-clone, and was instantly kill
ed. Much damage was done to
ciops, fences and timber.
A Lake Erie and Western train
was struck by the storm at Bridge
Junction. One car was turned over
and smashed, and several passen
gers were slightly hurt.
LI1U (tit CI tli V VIU IU1 l LOb tlllll
south of here. It is reported that
the towns of Green Valley and Mor
ton were badly damaged, and that
seven men were killed in a brick
yaid near Weslcily, but this has
not been verified. Tho damage
done on the emit side of the river is
Norwalk, O., July 17. A violent
wind and lain -storm struck Green
ville, this county, to-night, doing
terrible damage. Lightning struck
Otto Goldncr's house, killing his
three sons Freddie, Willie and
ftate Smith, a neighbor, was in
the house and was badly burned.
Trenton, N. J., July 17. A des
tructive storm of wind, hail, lain
and "lightning visited this, city this
a'fternoon, unroofing a number of
houses. Michael Corcoran and
Louis Schlegal were struck by light
ning . and killed. Four persons
were stunned and felled to the
ground at the basebnll park.
Camden, .N. J., July 17. To
night, during a severe storm, a
small yncht, containing Ave men and
boys, was overturned in the river.
One. mnn was drowned and the
others were rescued with great difll
eulty. The terracotta works at Pen
Shore were struck by lightning and
St. Paul, July 17. Another
heavy storm visited parts of tlio
Stato yesterday evening. At II cd
Wing and Lake City the heavy
beating rain is thought to havo done
damogo to the crops.
Tho worst effeotr-of the tornado
was in North St. Paul, a suburb of
this city, where it played havoc
with property for a few minutes,
but fortunately no loss of life re
sulted. Tho storm struck there at
8:20 o'clock, and for a few moments
tlio southern limits of the suburb
wore wrapped in a dense cloud of
mist, driving before a furious galo
with cyclonic conditions. A largo
crowd of people had beca on tho
lookout, and there was the wildest
consternation, but tho storm veered
off to the cast and passed on. A
two-story brick building was crush
ed together like an eggshell, Tho
loss will probably reach ten thou
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
!&3 columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign oountrlea, 6 per
IN THE BEHB1N0,
The Adintrnl or tlio North I'nclllc
Niiunitron Intcrtlewoil nt 1 1cto
Wit. Victoria, B. C, Juno 17th. II.
M. S. Warspltc, tho flagship of tlio
North Pnciflo squadron, with Rear
Admiial Ilothnm aboard, m rived
hero this afternoon. The Admiial
was received witli a salute lit eel by
II. M. S. Champion.
He was seen on board the flag
ship, by an Associated Press coi res
pondent, who interviewed him chiefly
in regard to the suggested movement
Qf war ships to protect Canadian
vessels in tho Behring Sea.
The Admiral had not yet had op
portunity to complete his perusal of
the mass of correspondence that
awaited him here, but he stated
emphatically that ho had as yot re
ceived no instructions to send nn'
of the fleet to the North to protect
British vessels from seizure by
Ameiican cutteis or to retake any
that might be seized in the Behring
lie considered the mnltcr, princi
pally from what ho had heard of it
in tho press, purely one for diplom
atic negotiation anil he Imd yet to
lemn what new phae had presented
itself that, would suggest the possi
bility of war-ships being requited
to take a hand in the adjustment of
He could hardly see how the
United Slates could establish a ten
able mure hntsiim claim and thought
that Canadian interests must win in
the diplomatic light now progress
ing. The latest naval orders, so far
as he knew, were those of two years
in which it was stated that a
war-ship might be required to patrol
Behritig's Strait. No ship wns ever
sent to do this work, but in the
event of one beins: required, there
were plenty at Esquimau now ready
to leave at once.
On taking command of the squad
ion, it was only nntural for him to
see as many of the ships as possiblo
at the summer headquarters, Esqui
mau. This was the only reason he
could give for the presence of so
many ships in port. Only two were
wanted to complete the list, the
Acorn and the storcship both of
which are now at Honolulu.
While the Admiral's information
on the subject and on the points of
international law involved would not
justify an opinion, he thought il
somewhat strange that the scalers
that had been seized had been strip
ped of their contents, the sealskins
being removed to the cutters, and
then apparently allowed to escape.
When a prize crew was put on board
of a slaver seized iu similar fashion,
the slaves were not taken off, but
went with the seized boat to the
nearest prize port, there to have
their cases adjudicated upon. It
certiiinly looked like a strange pro
ceeding to remove the salable cargo
of the sealers and then go through
the farce of sending them to a pnze
port with a crew of one in charge.
Had England any intention of
sending one of the fleet to tLe Behr
ing Sea this year to prevent the
seizure of schooners flying the
English flag, it was presumed that
orders would tiavo come long ago.
Now, if one did go, it would be
practically too late in the season to
accomplish the end sought to be
arrived at. lie certainly should
make no move in the matter without
ample instructions 30 to do, and he
had not received these instructions
yet, although he did not know what
his present mail might contain.
"The New Admiral," as Ihe
majority of persons here naturally
enough term him, is the youngest
man in the Britisli navy holding the
rank of Bear-Admiial. He is le
gaidcd as a bravo and skillful ofllcer,
and is said to bo a great favorite
with those under his authority.
London, July 17th. In tho Com
mons to-night Gotnley, Liberal,
asked'whether there wns any truth
in the cablo despatch stating that
President Harrison, in replying to
Lord Salisbury, had declared the
intention of the United States Gov
ernment to deal summarily with the
Britisli scalers in the Behring Sea.
Sir John Gorst replied that the Gov
ernment had not received nny such
AflOOD Cook for a laneh on Haw-all,
Apply at this ofllce. (.Oit tf
qpiIJlEE First-class Hands for dices
X making, Apply at once at ebtnb
005 tf Mas. MELUS.
piIE undoialgued, having resigned
X tho management of the Western
it Hawaiian Investment Co., Limited,
on account of ill health, thu Dheetors
of tho Company In Dundee lmo ap
pointed Mr. W. w. Hall as Manager In
Honolulu, as of June itO, 1RU0.
.T. H. ATIIERTOX.
Honolulu, July UO, 1890. filG lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho regular annual' meeting of
thePnnlllc Hardwnio Co., (Id).
tho following ofTlceib wcro elected for
H. F. Dillingham President,
r. Ji. winter Treasurer,
W.F. Allen Auditor,
Saml Nott r T,
Jan. L. Toibert Directors.
JAB. O. SPENCER,
Honolulu, July 84, tf)0, OH lVf
A Cure for Influenza I
DR. LOZIEIVS HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of tho best lcmcdtcs
ever picpaicd for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, nml n great relief to
whooping cough and tin oat affection.
Ask for Or. Lozior's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold nt
IIOT.L1STKK & CO'S.,
And HENbON, SMITH & CO'S.
I liml your "Cherry Cordial" the best
niedleltiu wo hno over used for coughs,
colds nml lung trouble. All of our Na
tl es, Portuguese, Chiuesonnd.lnpnnose
will ue no other. I uso nothing else In
mv own family. Yours truly,
O. A. CMAPIX,
Manager Kohnln Sugar Co.
We. have sold n large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" nt our plantation
stoie, both nt Kcnlla nml Kapati, nnd
unu cheerful) v iccommnnd It for bron
Veiy resiectfiillv vours,
Quo E. FAIUCMLD,
CiO." tf Tieasiiicr Mukcc Sutrar Co.
SUl'llKM! COIJItT Ofi? THE
Hnwallan Islands. At Chambers.
In thu matter of tuoHnnkriiptov of Henry
Cannon. Hcfore Mr. dustlre'Dole.
Order ou pdltlon of Uankiupi for
dUchaige from his debts.
Upon leading and tiling I lie petition
of Henry Cannon, of Honolulu, Oiihu,
nllcglug that mme than six months
have elapsed uineo ho was adjudicated
n Hankiupt and prnylug for dlsehaige
from nil his debts.
It is oideied that WEDNESDAY, the
30th daj of July, A. I). lh!)0, at 10
A. M., of that day at the Court K00111 In
Alilolaul Halo, Honolulu, be and Is
hereby appointed tho time and place
forbearing of said petition when and
where nil eiedilois who have proved
their claims against said Bankrupt may
appear and hIiow cause, If any they
hare, why the prayer of said Bankrupt
should not be granted.
And it Is further oideied that notice
be glen by advcitisemcnt Iu the Daily
Bui.lutin published In said Honolulu,
for two weeks of tho tlmo and place df
such healing nnd thai the Cleikoftho
Supremo Couit in til notices of tho time
and pl.ico of said healing to all ci editors
of said Hankrupt who have pioed their
debts. Ry the Con it.
.T. II. HEIST,
D'lted Honolulu, July 1 1, 1S!)0.
aMS 5-.S 5."
uj r ; o o
ago 3 El I
i'Ott UA1.E BY -
J. T. WATERHOUS
ALLJGATOR FEARS !
JIVE (95) Dollais per hundred.
Send oiilcis aeeoinnauied with
FOIt SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE outfit for making aiid
dispensing carbonated beverages
all Iu good older.- Address
531 3m : Walohlnti, Hawaii.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
not pay debts contracted
nnv debts contracted Iu mv
name without my written ordor.
Honolulu, July 7, 1890. fi98 lm
rrUIE Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
X notice to those owlug them old
accounts, that if not settled by August
1, 1800, they will bo put In tho hands
of a collector. iiOI Id
HAVINO bought out Mi. W. II.
Pace in tho "Honolulu Curilao
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, lam
prepared to continue the above business
under tho old numo.of Honolulu Car.
rlage Manufactory, nnd being nu old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
tho patronago of my old friends and the
public iu genoral, and with my thorough
knowledgu of the bdainess and with ex.
Eerienced workmen and using only the
est material I guarantee general satis
faction. Ploaso call and sec me beforo
(Signed): GIDEON WE8T.
Honolulu. Oc. W. 1h8B. fiOl tf
MRS. MONROE, ladles' nurse, hat
removed to No. 8, Kukul lane.
Oceanic lamsli mi
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
,r . s-p- Honolulu
Mariposa July i!b . . . Aui? a
Zcnlnntllft Aug 23 ...Aur JIO
.Sept 20.... Sent 27
'..Oct 19 Oct 2G
....Nov 15 Nov 22
, ... Dec 13. ...Dec 20
For Son Franoisco.
Leavo Due at
July 9..... Tuly 2G
'Aug (J.. ..Aug 23
Sept 3.... Sept 20
Oct. 1 Oct 18
Oct 2..,. Nov U
.Nov 2(1.... Dec lit
iU! 2-1 fan 10
Zeahuulia... , . . .
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leae S. F.
Friday... Auk 1
Friday.. July 18
A up 15
. Oet 24
Friday . ,
Fi ida v. .
Australian Mail Item.
FOK SAST PltAZHUKCo,
The new and fine Al Bteel sieuuuM 'S
Of the Ocoamc Steamship Compuny. wilt
be due at Honolulu from ydiioi
and Auckland ou or Rbout "
July 26, 1890.
And will leavo for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
WM. G. IIIWIN & CO., Agenta.
For Sydney and Auckland
The now and fine Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Augf. 2, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for tho above poits.
For froight or passage, havlnir SU
PERIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO.. Agenta
Gustav A. Schuinan
No. 70 & 81 ' : : Kino Slrool.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received n full assortment of
Carriage Tiimuiing Materials from the
East, I am prepared to.exeoute all orders
with neatness and despatch at yory rca.
G. A. SOHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
ft PMootMc Gallery
At A. L. Smith's, Upstairs,
Where tho Best, tho Neatest and the
Pliotojrraphlc PKftures and Residence
Mow, mn taken. Entire satisfaction
Riven, and all oidorspiomptly attended
CSTA. respectful Invitation is sent out
to the ladiC3 to call and see for them
8elvec. . C80 lm
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
W. S. LUOE,
Sole Ageut & Importer for tho Ha
waiian Islands. r'.'3 tf
TAI WO OHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN BUKOa MADK TO OltDKll.
IVcsed or Bowed; also, MnddleH.
88,Nuuanu St., : : : P. O. Box 803.
COO KBRfl & CO.,
No. CO Nuttaiui St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
UubHlnierea'and Furiilshlns OouiIh.
Also, a full Btock of Dry and Fouev
Goods. Good lit giiaionteed. C17 3iii
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort clreet to Ro-
hollo Lano, Palrwu,
Office Houbb: 0 a. 11, to 12 m. ard
i. u. to 9 p. M.
Mutual 008-aTELEPH0NE8&Eell 47G
TniREVyOdD for sale at Hawaiian
4? Commercial Baleirooipi, comer of
Queen and Nuuann street. 4W tf