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FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
THE LARGEST and MOST
!. .uliug Millinery
a" N'.i. 'J I'uUuti" dike l'is.hinnable Ht essinal. .tin upil nl- &"$
. P. EH1BES &
II VV J1 M ill'.CI IVKI) A VKUY l.ANHI: a-ioktmi:ni "I
staple & rancy ury
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
dSoailV; ln-nipliinp; Goods, Sc., &-.,
All will lie Mild :it EcionnMe Pi ice-.
BJST Our Dressmaking Depntlment under the management of MISS
CLARK AVill le io-opencd about May
'mztGL m im & mwiyjm Jm
ha, k ji'st nKcnivF.D Ex Australia
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
ICil CIlovcn IVoili ." to Ul IttlllOllH,
Hosiery, Satincs, Scotch Giughains, latest patterns; Woolon Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clotliing. Trunks, Bags & Valises,
DIiiioiul Uloelr," IVos. Sr .Si O'y Kins: Sl,i'-.
vlranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIMG; TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE &" COOKE,
i ji j? o
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSUUANOI3 ACJKNTR,
Builders and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Oarpentoia', Rlaekbrnillm, MuchiiiiBtH' V Plunibcrh' TooIh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Uteiibibs Paints, Oils, VimiiBheB, Lamp (IooiIh and
Blake's Sleam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Yllcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
UNION FEED CO.
-OFFER AT RED
Daliroriiiu Hay, Outs, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Iilnseert Meal,
IJaiioy, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
ITLOUlt xarAHu, Golden Gute & Salinas-i FLOUR
TolephoncB, No. 175.
COMl'LLTK STOCK OK
House, I'm not Full A ITotrl -l.
iwr izvc h.
Cor. Edinburgh & Quo on Sts.
lacliwf For Sals !
i The following Mnchlneiy foi mlu
part of tho Star Mill Plant will be -old
I ut public auction nt an eaily tlntc utiU'
1 dl"-poed of pievlouMy 1 inlwito sale.
Paitlcs debou of puieha-lngany por
iton of thl-t Machinery enu get paill-
eiilni- ntiil piiec fioiu ihe utidci-dmud :
: 1 2BX48 Mill & Gift,
Spare (U.ii Wheel A Pinion;
I lSlJ l'niue, Mpuie On hei I ..
3MOnle Cl.nlllei- Willi ntllng-, I
1 Juice lleaterni ft. long 12 In. dia
2 i j In. W. 1. (leaning Pim, fi-12i;.7:
1 ti'sT Double r.ffcet. complete llh
Pump i; Plage:
I 0x20 Galloviiy toiler, compute;
1 m10 'i'ubiilnr Roller, comp'ete:
1 Sugar Car U In. W. L. -iMi. In!I. I :
I Sugar Cooler, 8n.fi20;
1 Sugar Cooler, li (K5 Ci.s'JO;
L Sugar Cooler. -Ir, (W20;
I T.iliU . in. W. 1..7.l!2l)sl2:
1 Steam rump, I tll-eliaige;
1 No, 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Ill.ilvO rumps )i dNeliaige;
1 l.allio. 20 chuck 1J ft. lung, lied;
1 Heavy Vlfo,
1 KalilMiiks l'latfoim Seiles. 2f).2:
Mill lluiltliiiir, iOxiriO.x'JI; and Holler
Shed, alleov. wiihCouugaled lion:
Tiie lliiek, alo a lame utioitimMit of
2nd Hauil Cockb. Valve-. J'iplnsi,
.7 NO. illXD.
l'or Stai Mill fo.. Uolial.i. Hawaii.
."M". 1 1ll
"Brewer Block," Had Et. nsar Tort.
r beg to annouiiee to the public that 1
offer fni -ale
MXTIIA l-'I NIC
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A UAKQAIN.
Al-o. a eoniplflc a-oitment of flr-t-
i la -link o
Gail, Wipil k Mm
Sulculed pei-onnlly of Hie bi".l f.ieloiies
in the Kastcrn Maie-. i.tlii liu
HAMIEBSIITH k FIELD,
t Our Xew Allotype lllutiatcd
Catalogue entfiee on application.
1 18 NUTTKIt KT ,
Nan I'taiielHco. : : Calirornln.
Ko, 3C Nunanu St. P, 0, Box 2D7.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 yeais expeiienee in
tlie liusiuess, I am piepnred to iiiauii
facturo to older fashionable haiid
.(wed Ladles' k Gentlemen's Runts &
Slioes. 'Also, Kienth A Ameilcaii Roots
it (Shoes lecelveil by evciy steamer.
I'llccs leaBonable. I' solicit your pat
rniingo. rail ilm
" HEWETT& JACOBSEW,
Accountants, Collectors, Oominleslou .gouts anj
Custom Houto Bruktro,
Aro nt all times prepared lo per.
form any description of Clerical Woik,
such its Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Rooks, Slaking Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Competent and Reliable Freight
Clerks for the deliveiy and tall lag of
(SfOIHce at Hubtacr & RoiikiitsonV,
Queen Btreet. Post Olllce Rox IB!), Mu.
tual Telcphono 1: Hell Telephone 414.
Mrs.BvaM. Jolmsoii, Artist,
Studio, Wo. 27 Alftkoa Stroot.
Formerly of Xew Yoik, would lufoini
tho public that Flui Is prepiucd to 111)
all oidcis for Pn-tels, Oil, Water Colois
and India Jul: Poitnilts.
tST .Samples of woik can bo seen at
Studio and Hamilton House Pallors'.
A. G-. SILYA,
55 & 57 Hotel Street,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine Upholstering and Redding a spe
cialty. Jilno Id. Cm
fT Sh H h SgM y
: uu&oLiiLu, it i.; August i, isai.
IS THiS HIGHER EDUCATION?
Ji'(ims inhttrrrctinn In n Mltla'
'i'lm following spicy piece of news
is from the Sydney, N. S. W., Her
ald of .Tunc K5, 18110:
An outbreak look place at Hie
(liils Industrial School, Paramatta,
alinul l!:.'!0 last evening. As the
yiils wore lieinu; mnvclird to their
singing lesson, the signal was given,
ami a number of the girls lnokc
Irom the line, ran to the hack of the
Imtldiiig, and eomnipnocd throning
Blonea at the windows, smashing the
windows of the chapel and ilining
loom, ftiul al the tamo time using
i'liglilful language. jlist M'Alphin.
in whose charge the gillw were,
marclied the lemaindef to tho dor
mitories, and then asked the rebel
lious one3 to come in. They replied
that they would not; they had been
suspected of being about to create a
tiot, and now they would go on Willi
it. IMr. Spier, the superintendent,
went to the gills and got the same
reply. 'J wo gnls signified their in
tention of giving in if one or two of
the olhoifl, presumably the leadeis,
would. Things soon got so bad
that tho police were sent for. In
spector Latimer auived with a num
ber ot policemen. Tho gnls sub
mitted, but kept up a frenzied
shouting, uing the vilest language.
The prison van was sent for, and
was backed up to the door. The
giils lushed into it frantically, and
were lodged in the lockup.
Mr. Spier states that thegiils
have been exceptionally good of
lute. The cane had only been used
in three instances since he had been
there about six weeks. His opin
ion was that the girls expected oth
ers back yesterday who had been
sent to prison. It appears that they
had hcatd that these girls had been
l cleaned, and they detet mined to
get into prison with the hope that
they would also be released when
their sentence expired. During the
riot they told some of the ollicrrs
that this was tho reason. They also
said that they had no fault to Unci
with Mr. Spier or Mrs. Spier, who,
they said, had treated them well.
No attempt was made to assault
anybody; they contented them
selves with screaming, curbing, and
breaking windows. Mr. Spier told
them it would be worse for them.
They leplied, "We don't mind that;
we will be free afterwaids." Mr.
Spier had a cell strong enough, but
the gas and water pipes inn through
it, and he was afraid the giils would
tear I hem down. There were 10
giils in the nnl, their ages ranging
fiom 1 1 to 1R years. Mr. Hugh
Taylor, Af. J,. A., was piesent and
tiied to pacify them, bni the' sim
ply gave three cheers for him and
resumed their babel. Two of the
inmates who were not implicated
went into (its. The opinion is that
Iho whole secret of the riot may bo
traced to the fact that other giils
were released alter being sent to
prison for similar conduct. As the
girls were being driven away nearly
all said, "Good-bye, Mr. and Mrs.
Spier; you have treated us well ; it
is not your fault."
DEATH BY 0VER-EXERTI0H.
A I.nil Dies in n Kacc
The Auckland, X. Z., Herald ot
July 11th, contains an account of a
boy named Thomas Wilson dying
from over-exertion. A number of
boys were amusing themselves by
playing the game of "Ilarc and
1 lounds." They had been running
(and walking at short intervals) for
an hour nnd a half. They were al
most coming to a finish, Wilson
was a "hare," and nearly side by
side with him was another boy named
Sands. Wilson stopped and ex
claimed, "I'm done." Shortly after
he fell. A gentleman saw, from his
residence near by, the boy fall, and
went to his assistance. Finding tho
lad weak and unconscious, the gen
tleman procured some spirit nnd
poured it into Wilson's month, with
out effect,. The pulse was feeble,
and in a few minutes became im
perceptible. A doctor was booh in
attendance, lint failed to restore
animation. Tho medical man ex
pressed the opinion that the boy had
died from ovcr-exeition. Tho Ind's
father said that his son left home in
apparently good health nnd spirits,
and made no complaint, of any kind,
nor had ho ever done so. This in
cident might scivc as a caution
against over-cxcition at athletio ex
ercises. SUPREME COURT.
ui'.t'oui: doi.i:, .i.
Tjjujishay, July 31.
Tho King vs. 1'. O. .Sullivan, vio
lating Section 8, Chapter 7, Laws
of 1880. Tho prosecution enters a
nolle prosequi. Deputy Attornoy
(Jencral C, (Jrcighlon for the Crown ;
defendant per sc.
Tho King vs. Ah Lo, unlawful
possession of opium. Defendant's
motion for mitigation of sentence
Sentenced to bo imprisoned at hard
labor for three months and to pay a
lino of $fi0. Deputy Attorney-General
C. Creighton for the Crown ; J.
M. Davidson for defendant,
The King vs. J. Shaw and T. W.
Ilobron. Election Laws, Decision
lllcd per McUully, J., for defend
nnta. V. M. Hatch and W. A.
Whiting for tho Crown j W. O.
Smith for defendants.
THE BEST PPER to Bitbsciiho
jl lor is tuu "i'nny Jiiuictin."
ccuta pur month
0 inn n
VIM. ciivn A
Grand Moonlight Picnic
On Saturday, Aug. 2,
Tialnswlll leave Honolulu Depot nt
.":."iO mid 7 f. v., leluiiiiug fiotn the
iiou at 10 i M. and midnight.
Delathmenls nf the Hawaiian Uuid
will go on both Trains and tho lull
Hand will play lit ihe (?ioe. '
1ST Tickets for tlm round tiip. In
To he had of the Committee and al the
O.ibu Hallway DepoL. i!. id
A GOOD Cook for a rant
Apply at tills olllce.
GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
ALIjIdATOIl TEARS !
KMVH ?."') Dollais per bundled.
I Send niileis accompanied with
FOll SAL12 OI1EA1
ACOMPMrn: outilt for making and
dispensing caihonatcd beoragis
all in good older. Address
Cl .Im AViilulihiii, Iltiw.ili.
(WW & T buy a l'iceo of Land,
&Sttx& I with or without hnlld
K52ss!a3 ings or improvements, from 1
to 5 ncicj in aiea, wlihin a half, to mile
and a ii.irter off the Pnt Olllce. Ad-die-s
"XA'Z," Bum. in ix Olllce.
. A i I1UUOI'. 1111 i looms
fi.vSjT" r- "nil bath, on tho oor
S!3SS uer of Beretania and Pensn
eol.i stieets. Cais pass the door. Ap
pl nttliUollioe. f.Sl tf
EOIl KEN P
V$Lf T rLKO Stables at pieent
Aj,ss Xj oeeupieil by Hawaiian
EJSfiSTi.insfer Co., permission
jiveii August ls.t. Apply to
uOfltf J. is. WALKER.
WANTED at ONCE !
COTTAGE within two
r" or three hiocks trom
Sba the corner o I'ort and Hotel
streets, suitable for thieu gentlemen for
lioiisekceping. Addiess . O. Rox
No. 21)7." i'.iO tf
TO LIST or LEASE
- rPHE Residence of Mrs. A.
IfrySsS I'"Si '" 1fU,0il Valley.
3g&l Apply to
91 King St., over.L Nott's stoic.
rptIE undei signed, llaillg los'gned
X. the management of ihe Western
& Hawaiian Investment Co., Limited,
on account of ill health, the Directors
of the Company In Dundee have ap
pointed Mr. W. W. Hall as Manager in
Honolulu, as of June :10, 1SD0.
J. R. ATHERTOX.
Honolulu, July ilO, IbOQ. (ilu lw
AT tho logular annual meeting of
tlio PiU'fllc Haulwatc Co, (L'd).
I lie follo,lug onicci-j were elected for
II. I". Dlllingbnm Piesident,
.la. O. Spcnci
V. L. Winter Tieasunr,
AV. V. Allen Auditor,
Jas. L.Torbeit i uirectois.
Jas. C. .SPENOLR,
Honolulu, July IM, IfiiiO. 01 1 lw
SSy For Falo at all leading groce
ries. MITCHELL & PETERSON,
r. F, Agents,
J ust tho Tiling for Breakfast
' -ytff . niHhpn ' '.mw i . i tf cucu' w g in Pli g?J
Steam Joli Printing
This olllce having nddod n large vaiiety
of tho lmmt styles of
Elegant Type !
To Its Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than over to execute
all oideuln that Hue, euuipilslng:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmos, lito., Etc.,
A I.I. AT LOW T:ATI..s.
"Daily Bulletin Office,"
A Cure for Influenza !
Dn. lozicrrs Hawaiian ciiERny cor.
DIAL, outs ot the best leinedlcs
everpiepaied forenughs, asthma, lung
and chen trouble, ami a great lellef to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for Ur. Lo2.jr'a Hawaiian Cliurry Cor
dial sold at
And lUOXsUN, .SMITH & CO'S.
1 llnd your "Cherry Coidlal" the best
medicine we have ccr used for coughs,
colds and lung double. All of our Na
tives, Poitiiguce, Chinese and .Tapanc.M)
will use no oilier. I uso nothing else in
my own fainilv. Youis truly,
C. A. CIIAPIX,
Manager Kobala Sugar Co.
We have sold a large quantity of your
'Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at ICcalia and Kapaa, and
can cheerfully i ecoinmaiid it forbiou
Veiy respectfully yours,
P.05 tf Tieaurer Makt.c Siiriu- Co.
t i rt i u
t "i O Ml v,
p-, cr.s o SJ U 2,
"3 "3 W3
fi tn tr r r .
f-s t z. a a d
tnh & a
t2 - 5 - o '
Ti r . v
ui r. s "3
I'OIl SALE EY -
TR. DAY'S olllce will bo closed from
XJ July !2ui
2ud to AugUBt-1, lS'.tO.
NOTIOE Is hereby given that T will
not pay debts contracted in my
imino without my wiitten order.
W. O. AOHL
Honolulu, July 7, 1S00. C!)8 Im
THE Hawaiian Hotel Stables glo
notice to those owing them old
accounts, that if not eettlcd by August
1. 181)0, they will bu put in tho bauds
of a collector. C01 td
HAVING bought out Mr. W. n.
Paeu in the ''Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, 1 am
prepared to contindo the above buslncj-B
under tho old numo of Honolulu Car
riage Manufactoiy, and bulng an old
experienced curriago builder I solicit
tho nutrouago of my old friends and tho
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of tlm business and with ox.
norienced workmen aud UBing only tho
bust material I guarantto general nalis.
faction. Please call and bco mo before
Hoiinlulu. Ont. 9H. 1KB!)
MIIB. MONROE, ladies' nurse, hitB
rcraovod to No. 3, Kukui lane.
vjimhjoti'i'iii i wbi
Bciiiic BtoamBiilp GomB'y.
From San Frnnoiaoo.
I.eavo Due ?it. '
,t . S. V. Honolulu
Mariposa July 20... Aug 2
Zealand! Aug 23. . . . Aug 110
Aliwnedii Soj)t 20. . . .Sm.t 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Out 2,i
calandia Nov 1C Nw '
Alameda HLc 1.1 1)Cc. 0
For San Franoiooo.
Leavo Duo at
., , Sydney Honolulu
Alameda Aug (!.. ..Au" 23
Mariposa Sept 8 . . . . Sept 20
enlimum Oet 1.. Oct 1H
Alameda Oct 20 '.'.'.Nov lfi
Mini'OHii Nov 2(5 . . . .J)C0 j:!
Zcnlmulia Hoc 21 hm 10
Ititermodiute S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Fiiday . July 18
Friday .Aug l,"i
Fiiday ., Sept 12
Fiiday. . .Oct 10
Fiiday. . .Xov 7
Fiiday. ..Deo 5
Friday... Aug 1
Friday.. . Aug 2!)
Friday . . Sopt 20
Fiiday.. . Oct 21
Friday.. . Nov 21
Fiiday. ..Dec 18
Aralraiiii Men SirW
Tliu new and line Al nice sicanud, p
nnic Sleam'.uip Curnpai
al Honolulu trom Syd
I Auckland on or about
Of UioOccinicSU'amvUpCiimp.iny. uf;
be duo at Honolulu trom Svdnei
and Auckland on or about '
Aii-, 23, IS30.
And will lcavu for the above port with
mulls and passengers on or about that
WH. G. mmB & CO.. Aeents.
Fop Sydney and Auoklann.
Tho ncv and flno Al steel stcMDiiir
Of the Oceanic Stenmship Company, wi 11
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco ou or about
And will havu prompt di-patch iti
mails and pafscugers for thcubove poits
For freight or postage, havini; St;
I'EUl OR ACC ;.MM ODATIONb, apph
7 WM. O. laWIB & CO.. Ageni
Gustav A. Sckuman
No. 79 & 01 : : King Street.
At TV. Wiight& Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
''nrriacjo Trimming Materials from the
Rnst, I am pronarcd to oxecute all orders
with neatness and despatch at very rea.
G. A. SCHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A. L. Bmith's, Upstairs,
Whero the Beit, tho Neatest nnd tho
Photographic Pictures nnd Residence
Views am taken. Entire saUt-factlon
given, and all orders promptly attended
J"A respectful Invitation is sent out
to the ladies to call and i-ce for thoni
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
tale only by
W. S. LUOE,
Sole Agent & Iinpoitor for tho Ha
waiian Islandn. 02:$ tf
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Lndics'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIN SIIEOB MADK TO OUDKll.
I'OKRed or Howe.l; alno, NaddleH.
08 Nuuanu St., : : : P. 0. Uox 203.
goo Kina & co.,
No. 69 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CfiKHlmercH and 1'uriilnliliiu tioodti.
Also, a full stock of Dry ami Fancy
Goodb. Good lit guaranteed. 517 3m
CIIxJSTGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort urect to Ro-
bclln Lane, Palriia.
Office Houns: 0 a. h. to 12 m. urd ,
u. to l) v M.
Mutual G0B-&aTELEPH0NES-Eoll 47B
FOR SALE -
I71IRBWOOD for ralo at Hawaiian fl
: Commercial Baleercom?, corner of '
Qucon nnd Nuuhuu slrcclfl,