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OAHO RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
fBOM An A PTRR 91 AY 1. 1B01.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8-46 1 :4f
Arrive Honouliuli.. 7:21 9.40 2:19
Leave Honouliull..7:3o 10:51 3:51
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55
PEARL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive Poarl City
Leave Pear City..:03 .
Arrive Honolulu... 6 :40 .
t Saturdays only.
$ Saturdays excepted.
Tide. Man and .Moon.
BT C. J. LYONS.
DAT. ei S
. 5 eld as
a.m. u.ui. H.ni. n.m.
ii 7 HO 7 Wli 1 3(1 i 00 fi 41' 6 l 10 22
25 60 K 10 2 (ID 3 iO 6 41! 6 22 II Oil
8M 11 16 10 ('ft 3 Oft 6 0(1 A 42 21 11 65
27 11 Ml 10 15! il 45 0 05 6 42, 6 10
V M U 4 Zll "T. 1 . O 1H 11 .11
1 05' ... 6 40 6 50 6 43 6 It), 1 40
1 62; 1 (iO; 6 50 15 5 4:! 6 181 2 35
I I ! I I I
Last quarter of the moon 2itll tit 1 h. 38
min. a. m.
f be tiuie slifiml fnr the port Is filven tit I2h.
Oni. Osec. (lni(liiiht) of Greenwich time or
Hi. 2mu. 348UC. p. ill. of Honolulu Obserytttory
time. It le jdvn by the steam whistle of the
Honolulu Pinning Mill, n tow doors iibove
the Custom ilouNe. The sume whistle Is
sounded cormc'tly at Honolulu mean noon,
Observatory meridian, oi Kill. Sim. 2tscc. of
FRIDA. , AUGUST 28, 1891.
A us 28
Schr Lavinia from Kauai
R M t f Alameda, Morse, from San
U S si Cb.ulcston, Remey, 8 days from
Stint as Makee from Kauai
R M si i Alameda, Morse, for the Colo
uies fctuir u R Bishop for Kahuku and Puna
luu Stuir laudlne for Maui and Hawaii at 2
CAKCOtS FHOM ISLAND POKTS.
Stmr Kaala 900 bags paddy and 400
boxes ban.i lias.
Schr Hawaiian! - 7H0 bags rice.
From San Francisco, per R M 8 S
Alameda, Aug 28 Miss Bachelor, L
C Dunn, Robert Scott, Jas Scott, John
Simpson, J U Spreckels and wife, A
L Stetson and 7 steerage. For Auck
land: Rev Father Bell, H il Bridge,
Right Rev J J Grimes ami 7 steerage.
Fur Sydney: T A Bennett, T Broad,
L Bothamli y, Miss B I Brown, W J
Brown, A R Brown, Chas Burlison, S
Clementson and wife, Jus (Joe, Miss
Carrie Gollinger, Kobt Uilniour, E M
iirjliiiiii, 1 Harvey, A E Kelly, J U
McMonagle, Fied Meinc, Mrs Flora
Pi riiman, G Ruberls, E A Stmford, 0
Sli.ird, vifo. child and nurse, W G
T..rr, J A Walsh, E 0 Whitney, G A
Wught, wile and 3 children, Mrs W
A Knlbe, Louis Meine, 4 Chinese and
43 steerage. For Apia: J L Jayne,
For Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Claudine, Aug 28 L Turner, H Mist.
Miss Mary Logan, Mrs Overend, Mis
J. B. 11 pkins, Mrs Barnard, Miss
Burnatd, W liurlowitz, Mr Craib, Miss
Porter, C T Iona, Mies M R Forbes,
Mrs Kaai and daughter and about 40
The baikentine Mary Winkelnian,
Captain Nis8ou. loaded at Port Gamble,
elea-ed for Kahuiui, Hawaiian Islands,
with 634,480 feet of lumber and 30.000
lath, the cargo being valued at $"119.
The S 8 Alameda sailed from San
Francisco on August 21st. discharged
pilot tit 3:50 p tn. Stopped for Hono
lulu pilot Aug 2(Slh, tit 6:30 a in, milking
the passage from port to port in 6 days.
15 hours and 12 minutes. Experienced
light, winds, pleasant weather and a
smooth sea till the way. At 4 o'clock on
the morning of the 28th parsed a steamer
off west end of Molokai heading 8. W.
All the foreign vessels in ihe harbor
bad their flags Hying at. half-mast to
day out of respect to the Lite Prince Con
tort The steamer James Makee arrived
from Kauai to-day with 1 case glass
ware to Benson, Suiiih & Co, a nioukev
for r J J w illiams, and IS packages
The (rnigard is being newly painted
from stein to stern.
At the luter-lsland wharf the Jas
Makee received a cargo of coal to-day in
a very expeditions manner. The carts
containing the coal are backed upon a
large sliute and dump d. The sbute is
then hoisted by steam over the hatchway
of the vessel and ti ted allowing the coal
to slide into the hold. 'Hie invention is
a local one made by an officer of the
inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
Projected departures -S S Zealandia.
Aug 25; 8 8 Australia, Sept 8; bktne
Planter, S 8 Mariposa. Sept 17, all fur
ailed --Am bgtne W G Irwin, Aug
15; Am bk Albert, Aug 15; 8 8 Alameda
Arrivals 8 8 'lameda. Aug fi. bark
Albeit, July 2n. bk Allien Hesse. July lit,
bktne N N Castle Bud bgtne W G IrVin,
July 2o, bktne Planter, Aur 14, all from
Honolulu; bgtne J D Spreckels. July 25,
from Kahuiui; s hr Louis. July 2 '. f oni
Mabukona; bktne Modoc, July 20, from
The Nicaragua,!! hark Don Carlos. 640
tons reg ster, has be. u chattered to take
lumber from Port Blakely f..r Syduey.
WROUGHTOX At the Queeu's Hos
pital on Thursday. 27th inst., Stewart
Abercromby Wroughton. Major (re
tired) late of Her Britannic Majes
ty's rmy, agrd 50 years.
HOPPER Suddenly, Ana. 4th, Colonel
George F. Hopper of New York
City, in his tlsth year. Deceased was
a broiher of James A. Lopper of
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thk Mariposa left Auckland two
w;ll sail Tuesday
A EKPOKT of the U
is crowded out.
S. 8. Charleston!
Thk Monowai arrived at Auckland
on schedule time.
Thk 8. 8. Alameda will sail for tin
Colonies this afternoon at 6 o'clock.
Raw sugar w,is firmer in New York!
onthe20ih. Centrifugals 96 test, 3g-i
A LARGE number of advertisements
appear today for which we have nor
space to give local mention.
A LAKQis number of people were on
the wharves to witness the
in of the U. 8. S. Churkston
All Government offices were closed
to-d.iy out of respect to the luti
Prince Consort J. 0. Dominis.
Zrt ULUVII1L OUiUlU WK,:lep:.rUncnt for police duty
ti With the Mln-Ivftsels voyaging in tltc Atlantic am!f
c-.Mi'jiotit, all olfth'acifie. Capt. Dominis came to llii-F ;
here with his parents' when a child
vhi father bein a uiustSr murmur oir
After c jnstiliatioii
I nl I .n. Ily-r,
I il Kll Vliu V i.' . " ' o i , (ill
filrv n. n , ... , 8flwlK.ni wer pretnt., Ilr Jlajestv de-ff?Krt for the last tiruo tn the scnooner
LSUeatfl 01 HIS HOVal h1yMeSSl&ilel tlu.t tlie bVdy .if tl. Prlnoel: Swallow. He sold that vessel here
6?S td . i ... I .11 1. .. I. .. 1 ..:!, 1 :.. IDSII ... -
Bv-onsori suouia uu iun u iroiu hhv'iuuii guucu in iou" u j.ao.-i.ti un
jffatuily residence to the Royal Palace
Vt . fl: b n. m. Lndertaker William
lnived with a lienrse.ai'd fie corpse
which had been dressed in liie util
furni of the rank of Governor of
i lahu, was placed therein, ami was
the Prince Consort
J bn Owan Domlnh Parses Qiiietlv
Awaj-Tha Cloblng. SGbnoi-iietca
of a Remarkablu Career.
Ministers and gentlemen previously
heniinnci) fell into line in rear of the
'I'K a nAmmimiln c a u rtntiAal Ki
iWlan item in the Bulletin, on tbe 26tLip3
t .... . ... iS "
MEinst.., that the condition, or il. it H,.arse. t,e sol. licrv. under comtnand1
lirininni'FiU'guness lue in nee vousoit was ret
mcnt was presented on good author-
rj'jiiy. A noted seeming change tot
tie better on the evening of the samel
late caused Her Majesty's Chamber
The Colonial passengers on tht1'" to be sent to another paper
steamer Alameda took in the siglit.-K
around town and the suburbs to-day E3previously reported condition of the
sick Prince. Iherefore the public
Thkouoh the courtesy of the pro
prietors of the Pandise of the Pacifn
we are em, bled to present a portraii
of the deceased Prince Consort.
Wanted 500 ladies and gentlemeiiK,;
to try the most cooling and refresh
intr drink "Sherbet Soda" milv at tin
Klite Ten Cream Parlors. 199 lwR
Tub flag of the U. 8. S. Charlestot
was half-masted immediately afteil
Iter arrival in the harbor, out of re
spect to the memory of the late Princ
Consort. The Charleston left Han
Francisco August 20ih.
MR John V. SI'heckels arrive 6i
on the Alunieda, for a respite froti
the exacting business of his firm. Hi
is accompanied by Mrs. Spreckels
Pllf-V ill'H Vlll'V wi'l.'nnli' iril.'Mt.H l.n nm
sunny isles, in which Mr. SpreckelfriU9,lu Whiting; Major Seward, Dr. K
has great pecuniary interests.
(JAl'TAis J. vv. Aluiison, who wat
well known on this o ast, died a:t
Honululii on May 9l1i la-t. He form -fc
erly resided at Seattle, where lie own-t
eu considerable property, anu let!
$15,000 to the Salvation Army of thai
town. S. F. Sea and Shore.
A dhay with a doiiltl.- team, s'and
ini? tieur C. Brewer it C.i.'n store, wu-
fiighlened tliis morning by the blow-Pi
ing of i he whistle of the steamer C
R. Bishop, ducked near by. Tin
horses streaked up Queen street amir's
wi re only stopped by colliding with
telephone post, blight damages ti
In; pole and harness were the result
RusPECT to the memoiy of the lat
Prince Consort was shown in this city
by the half-masting of the nationally
colors on the various public buildingsi
and foreign legations and consulates,
closing of all Government offices, ami
principal business places. The U. S
8. Charleston half-masted her colors
as was also done on the shipping n.
Mr. Bkn Hugan will deliver his fret
lecture this evening in the Y. M
C. A. hall. On Saturday evening!
he will give his famous picturesque,
sterioptical exhibition in the sann
hall. The. scenery in this exhibition
is considered the best in America
The proceeds will be devoted to thi
currying on of gospel meetings. Fifty
cen i a admission.
A voted character in his way died
at the Queen's Hospital and war
buried yesterday. Jack Smith fol
lowed the sea on both the Atlantic
e.f jthe brig Henry for China. Anotlierl i
jbEiipa cnplain was a fellow passenger.!
the three navi-
jgators on board the brig Henry never!
reached her destination. Il wa9 stip-
. .. . t E
tiposcu sue W!s caugni, in a typiioon
oiiveyed to the Palace, Marshalfand foundered. Up till her death in;
Wilson and Deputy Mclirten (pre
eded at s'une distance by carriages
onlai it II t Ms jesty and Princes
iawaiiHiiak a and Kalauianaule).!
Ki u-aiiiiisi the mournful cortege.' The
counteract the anxiety felt in the
were both surprised and
vhen the sad news reached their ears
hat the well known and respected
liovernor John Uwen Dominis, tin
Prince Consort, bad solved the great
A Bulletin representative was uu
mediately at the bouse of mourning
m Washington Place, and learned
hat Governor Dominis had diciH
within a few minutes of 5 o'clock.
Pliose present at the mournful scene
vere : .Her Majesty t;ie Queen
(whose womanly nature held full
sway at the sudden unexpected pres
ence of the all-conqueror), their Ex
cellencies the Premier and Minister
if Foreign Affairs, Hon. Samuel Par
ker, and the Altornev-General, W.
if t a pi. Nowlein, forming single Die
in each side of the hearse and acl
ng as a guard of honor. Thus form
d iheTiad procession wended its wa.
iifroin Ileietania street along Richards
strict to the Palace grounds and to
M he main enlruiice of the Palace it i
Iself. Here a hall was made and
!Iajor J. W. Robertson, Her Majes-
vliv'fi f !liaiiilierlain. oiiiie down the
8lioekedgrtate 8U,)3 t0 receive the body.
N.Minister Parker and Marshal Wil-'
-iou, with Col. John I). Holt, Jr..
SCIias. II. Clark, W. JV Lane and J.
; Vliolo lifted and carried the 9imply
idirouded body into the Throne room.
.vhere il was placed. Her Majesty
'-itood at the side of the yet uncover
ed corpse of her dead spouse, for a
J1889 the disconsolate widow nevei
jipiite gave up hope of her husband
iieturning some day.
j The subject of this sketch went top
' .(school in the Chiefs School un-M
?der the late Mr. Cooke, father urn
'l.Messrs. C. M. and A. F. Cooke. II.
is next heard of attending the lioya
School, an institution that succecdci
the Chiefs' School as a select school
I'his was about all the schooling J
!(). Dominis had. excentino' that he
Oiook special lessons in music, perhapsgj
.il..;, uAma otltor lirn.if.liaa in I hi1?'
SPriests' School under Mgr. Migret,
liishop of Alatlica. He became
rather protictent musician, and tor n
time led the piaise service on tin
ijliarmoniuiu in the old Bethel Union
Mr. Dominis was one of the migru
iors to California in the rush thiihei
that followed the discovery of gold.
in VJ he was a book-keeper in
San Francisco, entering the service
if S. H. Williams & Co., and subse
ltientlv being enenifed bv Theodore
Shillaber & Co., tlie Mr. Shillabeil
use ot" it if vour
a omr tune in 111 pni-p n.n fir.f.fimnnnlfc Slnl alter A; t.o.. r, i rI r Shilhihet i
oli indic.iting the pent-up feelingst :liaving been formerly a merchant in
J.vluch she slrove to conceal. At last
llt.i Xl.iifj.ir ui.r.tifiurl li..l Aituira
t'J-ecln -ion and the many who
tliilln r as silent
come tiiiiiur as silent mourners
tired, when, at 9:!10 p. nr.
LiliiHikaiatii wm Iff L in silent com
minion and alone with her dead.
The first illness which confined th
te Prince Consort to his residence
I'rousseau, the family physician, Drlivas a altsicl. of gout, an old enemytjlohn O. Dominis went into the em
tiliieh he had often
met before and
as previously re-
ILutz, consulting physician, and twot
Her Majesty the (.ueen, who ha(iM,0VV,.v(.r( turned
iiad the best of hopes for the recov-J !ieiiiii:ilisiii and,
try of her husband, and ho ha(h -f;aUHli j,,st when Governor Domini
.een informed nut a tew hours pre-rvas supposed to he recovering fromB
vious, by one of the attending pny- ialLl,. iess he became
icians, of the seeming impr3vedl0 t(je deadly pneumonia of
onunion oi lue paiiem, was tiesein- died.
(as has been IWr custom since her rj
A l i fFh , I..' nv l.t U.nln
eturn from Waiauae) at the fmily'4 '
residence in Washington Place, and ji According to the official announce
Iiad in her sympathetic, kind way.rjtnent the body of the dead Prince
lersonally attended to the wants
oii-i Consort was laid in state this morn
food is not properly cooked V
You ct through the. meal
after a fashion and then top
. . f i
OH- witii nreaiitfiHts
other fellow's 'pills
rid of dyspepsia.
Fischku-Stkkl IJaxgk ami
you will ha ye health, appetite
and good digestion for tlie
balance of your three-score
and ten years.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE -GO,,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Ban:, Honolulu.'
Honolulu. It is said Mr. Doiiuni-t
tviia ftlso in tlie pmnlnv nf fi H. Djisth
Hon. W. F
hadtlof San Francisco.
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
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iuttrix. jiacu vjovuiuoi ill oau ri nucisco, 101-;'
eiini-i. ?l v-oiie vpiirs nun. Iinviiur rrripil nr.
: vi'.f j -- Si
it'iletler of introduction to him from his
Returning from California in 18.ri0,
jploy of Chas. Brewer, where he wast
fought off. This attack of goul.fcjbook-keeper until he was appointed!1
. fc1. ,-;.,. . L- i, i,'-
.Hoi to: "T'jd Survival of !hs Fittasi.'
FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK.
fbe Oil Favorite "Eddv"
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a Yictimtiomce inai ue ncm lor over zu years.
which lieplunlil it was abolished. Part of the
egufatanj i X L Pocket Cutlery
nnvftlfl flpfr Ptnrv tn k nmohaninlifl
3lV a nnuit.n (L l. .lan flll.l .... t
I Til I'llVIUll (.IlitU IIC OlSU IMIUII Ufl-i,
ler Kaniehameha V. The latter ap-S
pointed him Governor of O.iliu, an;
Fort Street, Honolulu
AND U.sElT'L !
I'll 10 JUKINI3Y
lime he was also Governor of
At the last session of the Li
l.tlio rttKeo ff Unvurnni1 nna I'dulni'a. !'
E'i. .. .' . k3 iit-i. . i T
?,larsielv as an honorary distinction.! j VJH'fl rV ilJifiilfirs rtHZirt
Ipntnr HfirTiink nt (hhn. Th f Irw-E 3 Shelf II miwm Airrirtiltllinl
tiwtils. ViLciituii OIL
hi K c'f if.' 41 " 5
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f-uiui'ies iiuuei iue nie lenuru 01 wiej ia ,,, ,
abrogated in 18H7, hcM
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-;;! es in Gent Variety.
having been appointed by Katneha
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iiicun lie wuu.icit wniiuus uliiu.
public olllces at different times.
John Owen Dominis and Miss
jLvdia K. Paki were married on tin
lClh of September, 18(52, by the late
Rev. S. C. Damon, D. D., at the
residence of Hon. C. R. Bishop, Kin
street, now the Hamilton House.
pi.!. .1. . : .. . tr.. t. .
iluis was in iue reiu ui ivameua
jineha IV. His wife became a Prin-
juess on the accession of her brother, f;
V tie lamented Kalakaua, in 1874
Shortly after Princess Lilitiokalani's;
accession to the throne this year, she
proclaimed her husband as a prince
,of the realm.
Governor Domiuis was the chief
ll liUll..t'1'l '.I L11C UI 11 I.Ubl.111 UI til, i j
lioval Hawaiian Baud in 1870. beiti"!' 1
assisted by the present Minister olffiGpporlunities come
Finance. He went with the late King
the U. S. S.
Of the best quality, with o'lr special
couplings. No Leaking at the joints.
Art Rooms, : :
mm BARGAIN FESTIVAL
CHAS. J. MSIIEL'S.
COMMCNING SATURDAY, AUG. 1, 1891. LASTING THE
I4ih ANNUAL GREAT CLEARANCE SALE!
and Pacific as a cook. He ran on
the Panama line of steamers. Hetgllie Prince,
was chief cook under Steward Cowcsfc'
on the S. Australia, coming ashtir.llc. B. Wilson, Mrs. Aldrich and Mrs.hreecived from 10 to 11, and repre
sick three months ago His age wa
about CO, and he belonged to Peta
in in a, Cal.
Y. M. C. A.
She was engaged yestei'-; jing,
day afternoon, in company with Mrs. jl lie I
in the beautiful Throne room of
dace. The general public was
Clark, ladies-in-waiting, in arrangingeutaiives of the diplomatic and con-
some of the details connected witl.t jstilar bodies and Government ein-S
SrJtbe festivities proposed to be hcld--ploees irom 1 1 till 12 o'clock. The
Hon her coining birthday, September, ..Household troops in full numbei
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1 he regular monthly meeting olg
the Y. M. C. A. was held yesterday
evening at their hall, about fourteen
members being present. Mr. Geo.
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X vaQiic uii uiii.u 1.U1; uunn . nibci
prayer iy iur. j. a. uiuwen, iue re-r
nrirtu nf lliA mpvptaI f.miimitt.ppa nrpr.v
received and placed on tile. The re fl"e tUe P"1.11',1'1'" wlJ" ,'(-'e"
iiottsfor the most, i.ait noted nrnllSprescni in iue sick cnamner staieu in, .rrl
r 1 r C Sll.a RlTI 1 V.IU .Un.,i.nnlDN.r,. ll...lij.l
MIM 1 1 II1U1 ?
;to the United States on
rKtnieia in 184. iniinir us far as Wash
ington. In 1887 ihe Governor ac
companied the now Ouetn Dowager
Kapmlani and the present (.ueen to
England, where they attended tlnj
jubilee celebration of Her Majesty;
jQneen Victoria. An incident in hisj
life was his appointment, January l'1!..
1872, of Hon. D. Kalakaua, to : .1 a-'
.Governor in his stead, du.ii.y hi-;
t 11 iv
and ao but such an onnortiiuitv as that we ffive vou
.... . . . o t
j jidiiring this month you never will have again. You can always see cheap
-sMiIlinti'y and Dry (ioods sold cheap, but such good goods as we keep
111 value except 111 a case of
i-j THAT'S WHAT AILS US. Hence these g and sacrificing offers.
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jseKioui uepreciaie 111 vaiue except 111 a case 01 ociiig overstocKetl.
KOTU TJ11H I'ICICI-:
was a Free Mason n
, He was the holdei
gress in their different branches oir
services held at the ball were weli:,
attended, and the reading rooms also.t
2nd, and the consultation was beiiig'liucd the front of the Palace and the
lint in a .nnm ultr.i tier tl.a ! . "V." 1, .. I Ilui.aiti.ii It.. nil rw.S'll ril Pl ,.
chamber. Suddenly, and wit hot, imposition near the steps and playedSfP0' a,.se"ie fro
the slightest warning, Dr. rronsseairluppropriate music during the UoursW , ' , .
tutpniu-rl into flip riinm nml mlili nvuiniv" d,,f li'in.r in.ututi. f'alli.iM with re 9'-iL,e oou ui gre
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Her Majesty said, in hurried words,', ceived at the entrance by Majoi'2?" ' ."
"Madam, 1 believe your husband i-; 'James W. Robertson, Her Majesty's? V gn ecorai ons.
. . 1 H T in lomnntol Prinnn unu ta ruin..'
lying; your presence is required. 'V Cbainlierlain, and ushered into th. M ' " """"" ,
iclmiuber of deatl.,passed by the dea ifcf c.' "F ' r ?
and left bv one of the maukaS-"1" ""J ...
the Bhi.i.ittiv renresentmive Uml? J.l.w.r- R5 8uouS "mueuce. ins counsel-;
pwithin three minutes from the timeh The body was dressed in ,h, p1ere o--n of an excellent judgme.it ,
Mller Majesty entered the room, with:;?hahdiu., i.ts'of a general and laid.Cf "4 be b.ad ,rare .lact ""prying
TroilSHean. the snirit. of .Irihtiunenl! d on on., of the faine(ir5IJl"L w"-" "is ' rcw peopi.
20 yd- (J.io-1 t'-ilieo f('' 81
12 v.ls (jood White ottmi, 1 yd wide,
8 yd the vi-ry best White Cotton, 1 yd
I.tulii s' Col. lSord. Handkerchiefs, 5
l.V.l do. IJoy's Flannel Shirt Waists, 45
yj pes Angina Homespun Suiting,
woi tli 2") ets per "yard, we will sell
during this sale, 7 yds for tl
20u pes of v liite Lac'e Curtains, 90 eta
Ladies' Diamond Dye Hose, fast
black, 40 cents
Children's Diamond Dye Hose, fast
black, 25 cents
Bit bargains in Kibbons
Children's .school Trimmed Hats, 23
j WT We have a big line of odils and ends in Laces on hand and we will selj
tliein at. 5 ei-nts per yard. Our Millinery Department is the must complete in this
"Kin.diiin. No laney prices charged for our hats, we. w ill give you a very nice
trimmed Hat, new style; from 2.fi0 up. We guarantee above prices for 30 days'
Owen Dominis bad taken
to the realms beyond and
M r .T F. Tti.lwpll for t.lip visitntinn
coiumittfe reported that he anideath 8eemed PnleM.
others had visited ships in the harp
I cna fnpinrr m a n fn t i n n i-L-1:''
Gamen he had met with a Y. M. C.
A. man of good standing. Mr. Bid-I
well also reported that be had sup-
plied a large iamiiy with rood. ir
Mr. A. C. Lovekin. treasurer, he.
ftbstpnt. hia retiort. wm rpn.il hvV
nrp Au-nrp nf the hiinpfwinl fliTvii-.' f
Irlthat Governor Domiuis has time audi
again renaereu iue couiury. iit--retiring
disposition and uuostenta-1
tious manner prevented him fron
the Secretary, and showed receipts t
8402.31, disbursements $269.60, bal k
ance on band $132.71. Seven uiem-$
bers were admitted to the member-;
Mhin of t.hp R4nnf.iut.inn. At. thp i.rin.
elusion of the meeting Mr. Ben
tl 1.. M I. . I
iiogau luuue n lew reuiaiKS uu iue
.uncoiliited, on one
its fliuhli'efeatlicr clonks which covered th
that the '-are-ting pia.ee. At tlie head, on
'cushion , were placed several insig-
The suddenness of the final, un-lima of rank and the sword of the de-
looked for event, may be judged;ceased. At the feel, watching the
iwben it is learned that Their Excel-Fiiemains of their loved brother, was a
leneies Premier Paiker and Attornev-ifilepulatioii from the Masonic lodge-
General Whiting made their call ut juf the city. The members of Her
4:45, as one of courtesy, never ex-.Majcst 's Ministry occupied seats at
peeling that the wings of the deathly he head of the corpse and arranged
angel were being spread over theiisjliehind them were Her Majesty innTIIl'Plfl nTfUTPPn fldlini
loved friend s couch at the momeiitjsiadiei-ot-honor and lady relatives olyjl hi I P. ft r mh.n o I Am
;receiving a tune ot the praise
liwas due to him as a public man.
j MB tlllilWliHTl
PASTE THIS IN YOUR tUT!;
f of their entrance, nor that their mis
sion would be one of condolence aiiaseaieil represenlatives of the
mourning, and their duties such as;j3premc Court and prominent citizens. h
became Irom the respect due to tlud A of n()li0r) composed offe
manes of a dead Prince of tli. (joit,..Vit4 an,i officers of Her Maiestv'sfe
l 13 ' - ,
rea,,n' - pi-tuff stood at the four corners of the
Only afew minutes elapsed after th j&atafalque, while, on either side ofv
-ters. To the right werei
SOLD FOU ;A.!UI ONI Y
CHAS. J. FISH EL,
Leading Millinery House, corner Fort & Hotel streets.
IF YOU CALL
AT THE STOKE OF
til vHiiy a
course he will take in the formationloeatb of the Prince Consort, bcfoieMihe body, were details of kahili
of a temperance organization, whichSa'he news
he intended should be under the aus
pices of the Y. M. C. A.
FROM SAN ANTONIO.
Aug. Hornung, a well known manu
fsiclurcr of boots and shoes at 820
Nolan Si., San Antonio, Texas, will
not soon forget his experience with
an attack of the cramps which he
relates as follows : "I was taken with
a violent cramp in the stomach, which
I believe would have caused in v
death, Iiad it not been for the prompt,
use of Chamberlain's Colic, CholeraSjClark,
got abroad and inlimatejbearers who moved their feathcre.
friends paid call, amongst the first toSjwands in constant unison. A beauti
ifarrive being: His Excellency tht-.ji'ul flowered ricsien of a harp, sur
-Minister of Interior. C. N. Snencer ""iiuountHil by two white doves. occu-E
.4 . . i '13 .' " ' .'
Minister of finance, Hon. J. Mot tfjpiid a position near tlie dais and
Smith; Chief Justice Judd, MarshuLjfragraui flowers were arranged inj-
Wiln..,i linn 1 II I'or... II,n .3i. ....... tl.n u, .
llUlli V. V. Vrtlbl.l, 4,'J. . . W IWllllll (I I'l ait'tl.lll lilt IUWII1. lltl..'
antes Smith, Mr. Paul Isenbtrg.iJ.vinjesiy sought seclusion in Hie Hlue
mm 1-1 l at U . . . . rl"
iur. frame uouuey ana a tsvu-KTiNrooin. 1 lie ceremony ut the lying-,
representative. Later there arriveilm-state ended at noon and prepaia
Prince Kawananakoa and Prince Ka-K3t,ions were soon after made and com
lanianaole, Hon. J A. Cummins. Fipleted for tin- temporary cflluing ofj
Mr. F. P. Hastings. Co . C. P. Ian fOt l,.. n.iv-nl n,... if
kea. Col. J. D. Holt, Jr., Mr. Walifrg? Although n'.'h'ng definite had been
Hill, Mr. C. A. Brown, Mr. C. Il.ijscttled on, a: i elimeoflhis writing,
Deputy Marshal Mehrteu (ij ,f llu-dale of the lunerttl, it is very
Su-lLEAVES Pearl City for Waialua an.!;
Kahuku on Mondays, W ed
inbilavs and Fridays, a'
9:30 o'clock a. m.
t pivira L-.,i,,,r... t,.r i...,ri .. .,.1
1. 1. .X ' ' n ,i i.n v i i J , . . J .in,..
Honolulu on Tues.laysif-
Tluirsdays and Saturdays 3
at 7 o clock a. in.
I .IT. A VfS Waiulna fur r..rl tilv um
Honolulu on Tuesdays f,-J
Thursdays and Saturdays
at 1 o'clock p. m.
-You will find on.t of the most complete
j stocks of
Tickeitfrom Honolulu to Waialua, $3.00
tickets Irom Hono ulu to Kahuku, 5.50
To bu hai at the Oaba Btilwajr Depot.
200-2 w ' t-
S. I. CARTER,
DEALER ia COAL !
HAS ON II AND FOR SALE:
Dovtin Bay Giu,
WaU ht's, Etc., Etr.,
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
IN qtrANTITIKS TO Sl'lT.
df Xo trouble to show goods.
i ; tf
(Messrs. A. Fernandez, J. U. Kawai
I :ihle in t tlie final eereinouiesE
ice on Sunday, Sept. 6lh.
1.11 r tin. I. 'He I'rlnc.
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first
dose did me so much good that Ifjnui, Junius Kaae, W. J. Lane, Judg.-Hv,il hike i
luuuncu il up ui 4u uiiuuiea wnu luejiioapiu, and a large nuaincr utgj
second dose, and before the DoctorCTothers including several ladies. II
could get to where I was, I did noto Captain Samuel Nowlein, com-' John Oimu Dominis was born at
need him. This Remedy shall always -.mandant of the Roval Barracks. de-i-Svh.-nectadv, New York. March 10,
be one of the main slays of my -tailed a guard of honor, consisting ",.Tso2, hence was at his death in his
family." For sale by all de. lers. J-0f 40 men, under command of Lieu-S ixtieth year. His father was an
Bknsos, Smith & Co., agents for the Vtenanls Kaaha and Fearv for duty on -'Italian, his mother ati American lady-
Hawaiian Islands. lue prm Marshal Wilson alsofrom Bootou.
KEWARD of 2.jft will he paid t
aiiv person who will give infor
mation which will lead to the arrest am
ouvlctiou of lite person ot persons wheJJ
fhave coinniitteu burglaries within i
weeks last past. t'J
Mr. Geo. L. Babcock,
T su-luT oT lMano.
Plan.) Iiistriietioo for the next term
Tuesday, Sept. 1st.
t&" Applications received
FINE Portrait Camera and Stand
u-ith 1 iHilmt'Vpr I pus. Piiiiline
Frames, Burnisher. Yignetters, etc. The -;j
above outfit w ill he S"ld at a bargain, i lte-iil.Miee : l:l Emma street.
The late Prince cauiejiijoo lw IIOLLISTKK CO. kiTelephoiie N. ill.
in any part
CASH CAPITAL, . ASSETS OVER,
$ 1 ,000,00 ) 00 J3, 600,000.00
Mr Solid Security Against Loss! .
laJf Fire Insurance Only t
WILDEU & CO.,
197 lm Ageuts,