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TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1S92.
Stmr Waialealo from tlie Leper Settle
Stmr Kluau from Maul and Hawaii
SttiirVlaudine from Mum
Stmr Ulaiidiuc for Kahultil. at G in
StinrWG Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stuir U K liUliup for Waianae, Walalua
and Kahuku at !) a in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai, Laiial and
Maui, at 5 p m
Stmr Kilaueu Hon for Kukaiau and Oo-
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau and Will-
manalo at 10 a m
Stmr Waiinaualo for Molokai aud Lmiui
lit 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Kllauea and Hanalci, at
4 p m
Stmr AVaialeale for Labaiua and Hatrra-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr i luuiliuu for Maui, at o p m
Mini- Mikaliala for Ka ill, 5 p in
Sehr Moi aliine for l'aauilo at 10 u m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kluau 1 JIT sheep, 2 horses, 12
bales wool, 103 bags spuds, i7 bags
eorn aud 180 pkgs smithies.
From Maul and Hawaii, per htnir 1CI-.
nau, July -1 A W Iticliitidgoti, Miss
Helen Clarke, I' A Dias, dipt J It
Jtoheruon, i has lloibwill, H S Jtlckmd,
A Cameroy, Mis Thos Maddock, MUs
Alice .Maud, MibS G Leckie, A belt A est,
W 11 lllckaid, Mr Paul Jauett, Mr Geo
11 Jtubeilsou and family (5), Miss Sarah,
MiM K Holstciu, Jiih Kenton aud 01
For Muni and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, July 5 For Volcano: Mr and Mr.i
Liming, G llalfour, Mr Kolker. For
way ports.: Mi-s Dayton, Mr Xelson, A
W Coekett, MUs Haley, Alina, Vra ICu
nialopill and s daughter.-, J W Kuai
moku, Mr Cariulher, X Kaiihauo, M Ka
iihauu, Peter Leo and daughter, Yuen
Chung. 2 wives and 2 ehildieu.
The steamer Kluau is on the Marine
Hallway undei going a general overhaul
lug. She will be down in time to leave
again on Friday.
I'lm schooner Tianslt, Jorgenen
master, arrived this uftei noon, 17 days
Iiom San Fjatieiseo with a cargo of
Arrived I line M, steamer Klnau from
Hilo; June 17, steamer Kllauea J Ion
from Honolulu, steamer Hawaii from
Honolulu; June IS, steamer Kluau from
Honolulu; June 21, steamer Klnau from
Hilo and way poits; June 2!l, steamer
Kluau fioin Honolulu; July 3, steamer
IC i mill fiom Hilo.
hailed I uuo 11, steamer Klnau for
Honolulu; June 17, steamer Kllauea
Hun fur Kawaihae, teainer Hawaii for
Hilo: .lime IK, t-teainer Kluau lor Hilo;
.hint: 2-1, stcaiucr Klnau for Honolulu;
June 2'.i, Aiueiicau l-iuasted rohooner
Golden Shoic, Heudci'sou master, for
San Francheo, with 22, '72 bags sugar,
2,."i(i0,557 lbs, value' $71,!":i.!)l. i-hlp-peis:
J T Wiitei house. 01)10 bags; T II
Davie it Co, 15,602 bag; Juno 20,
hteamei Kluau for liHoaud way pin tt ;
July is, etcniner Kliiiiu for Honolulu.
M'hiiouei J U Noitb disehiiigitig at
Saili'd Jiuin i!0, brlgantlue I.iulini),
Capl C'lniM MutMiii, for Sail Francisco
willi a lull .-aigo of sugar. Passenger
Mr .las liaib
I',. ' lli'iiiiiiiri'.1'
Tliu I'acii'io IIaudwahk Co., Lrl.,
havu just rucuivi'il from Kngluiul an
invoice of the well-known Dotilton
Ware, coinpriaing Hreukfiist and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups anil Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Tliuir "upply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
C'arholinciiui Avenuiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS,
Diamond Hkad, .'I p. m. Weather
lui.y, wind, high ca.-t.
The Weather Service hud jirodioted
light winds for tlie Fourth, but failed
lo lei the press know of it.
A Chinaman linnud Quen Chong
witli liit two wives nuil two children
weio passiMigirs by the W. G. Hall
Ail IIki:, the ehu fa bank owner, il
is luiiinrcd, went iiito bankruptcy to
day, much to the delight of So Young,
Look out fur a r idling good game
ol baseball next Satuitlny, uh il will
bo between the Crescents and Ku
Tin: naluof u strip of Government
laud nt iviiltiu, ll..ui.ikua, Hawaii,
will take place to-limiiuw tit luioll ut
the fiutilcntiiiuee of Aliiohiui Hale.
A liUAUTttui. lire balloon was sent
up fi oiu Sam Lederei's house .Monday
evening. It sailed over the town dis
charging colored lights, as it passed
out to sea.
Tiik ball game on Saturday between
the KainehauiehiiH and lluiiolulus
wuh won by the former in a one-sided
gaine, with the giants f.irly out of it,
score 8 to 0.
EvEUYiiooY's liiend Liming and
his unliable spouse were passengers
by the steamer W. U. Hall for the
Volcano this morning, expecting to
return next Tuesday.
A full atteud.iiice of Hie dancers
of tlie minuet is desired at the lehear
sal this evening, to be held at the. Pal
ace. Tlie entrance will bo through
the gate on Palace Walk.
Tiik yacht lleahiin's time last year
fur the pennant was -Hi. 30m. -lb.; the
Uonnie Dundee's timu yesterday was
:ih. 20m. 29s. The race could hardly
then be called a "diifting" one.
Miss Grace Mcrriam Woods, adopt
ed daughter of the late Paymaster
Woods, U.S.A., was married on June
20th to J. L. Walls, driver for Wells,
Fargo & Co. She eloped with him.
Thk Steens-Sniith troupe of mysti
iiers will arrive on the S. S. Australia
on Tuesday next, and will give seve
ral performances here. A ventrilo
quist is a member of the company.
Fuank Fkuuhira, whose trial on a
charge of manslaughter will take
place this mouth, was arrested yester
day for assault and battery. Frauk
is the terror of the Portuguese colony.
EioirrrjUN eases of diuukenucbb were
disposed of in the Police Court this
morning. Three were discharged, one
was sentenced to ten days' imprison
ment, and the rest were lined more
W. C. Acm, a member of the bar,
has been arrested for embezzlement
of certain moneys alleged lo have
been received in a certain land tians
action. Achi's trial will take place
The concert in Kawaiahao Church
on Saturday night was poorly attend
ed, but the program was an excellent
one. Those who were fortunate
enough to bo present enjoyed an ex
cellent evening's entertainment.
Thkue were tug-of-war matches on
horseback between the crack Kauai
and Koolau bullock horses yesterday
afternoon on the old baseball grounds.
The attendance numbered hundreds.
The Kauai horse won after a hard
Many envious glances were east
tow.uds the Flagship San Francisco
yestetday by good Americans. Judg
ing from the cheers and laughter on
board the Fourth was celebrated with
"High Jinks" by all bands, and a
glorious limo had.
Kki'kkhkntativk White began talk
ing against time on the gambling
license bill after routine business this
forenoon. Notwithstanding every pos
sible illbrt to put him down in a par
liamentary mode, the talking mem
ber for Lahaina was still wagging his
chin at 4:00 this afternoon, having
pievented the Hoiiso from taking
Job Ferreira, the famous run-away
catcher, was caught himself yesterday
in company witli a native named
Kahoai. The two were on horseback
racing with each other. Ferreira pre
tended he was riding Senator Stun
foul while Kahoai bestrode Amarino.
Kahoai won the race, but In the
Police Court this morning tlioy wore
both beaten for $5 each by the Police
Thk six Chinamen reported pre
viously as being found on the bark
Sonoma in San Francisco, while being
smuggled into that city by Henry
Prell, the cook of the ship, aro on
hoaul the four-masted schooner Tran
sit which arrived this afternoon.
Captain Leo of the Sonoma bad the
Chinainon put on the Transit for re
turning them, as he would have for
feited .000 on each Chinaman to es
cape. Poit Surveyor Crabbo, when
asked if they would be allowed to land
hero, said not unless they hud the
HOW THEY STAND.
The following is the standing of
tlie different clubs in the Hawaiian
League up to July 4 :
K . S3 C O "5
g 2 2 3 g
C . ' s ft
2. s p re a
g r S '
? 3 : 7 3 3
Honolulu.... .." 1 F .".T "aT-U:i.
Kaiuehiuueha 2 " JJ ,r' I ,71''
Hawaii 7 . .. . TT7 . . f". . Tf 8T WA
Crescent 2 1 .1 .. 4 .071
Gunies Lost..! 1 2 4 3 I ..!
Miss Maiiy LYLK,latcly hook-keoper
with Kgan A (Juiiu, is 'opined t 'to
stenographing and typo-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Husiness College, San Fiancisco.
Olllco willi C. J. McCaithy, a5 Mer
chant street. 2-liu
FOURTH OF JULY !
Honolulu Keeps Up Its Record
for Observing the Day.
Library Exwcisbs Aqnitlc and Moid
f parts R llwiy Excursions
Tlie glorious Fourth this year bore
out its name in respect of the weath
er as well as of its traditions. There
was a crowded assemblage of Ameri
cans in the Hawaiian Opera House
for this literary exercises. Partici
pants in the exercises occupied tlie
stage. Tile order of exercises was as
follows, with an introductory speech
by Hon. J. B. Athcrton, chairman of
Overture "Pique Dame" Suppo
Hand of the U. S. Flagship San
Invocation Hov. E. G. Ueckwith
jtfitioual Song Instrumental and
solo by L'eut. L. M. Garret
Heading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence . By W. K. van Hoy pen,
Medical Inspector, U. Si N.
Song "Columbia the Gem of the
Ocean".... Mrs. K. D. Wal
bridge and Chorus.
Addresses By K. H. Hoes, Chaplain
U. S. N., and His Excellency
John L. Stevens.
Duet, for Flute and Clarionet "Min
nehaha".. . .Band of the San
Closing with "America."
The addresses of Chaplain Hoes
and Minister Stevens were eloquent
Tlie first class yacht race was won
by Bonnie Dundee; Hawaii second;
Jlelene third ; Healani fourth. Full
report crowded out.
The boat races in the harbor com
menced at 1:30 o'clock in the after
noon, although the event commenced
at 1 o'clock on board of the Flagship
San Francisco and consisted of the
Three-legged race Distance once
around the spar deck. Prize 84 to
winning team. Won by seamen
Johnson and Lcsg.
Foot race Fifteon minutes go-as-you
please. First prize, 85 ; second
prize 83. First prize won by seainag
Waters, second prize by seaman
Sack Race Length of spar deck.
Prize 83. Won by William Beer.
Potato Race Twenty potatoes.
Prize S2. Won by seaman Allien.
Tug-of-war Watch and watch.
Won by the Starboard Watch.
Tlie first boat race was a twelve
oared cutter race between- the ma
rines and the berth deck cooks. The
course was to and around the spar
buoy for a prize. It was won by the
black shirts, time 10 minutes.
A dingliey race, four oars, was
won by the bandsmen, 8:14. The
course was to and aroun 1 a buoy ofT
the Marine Railway about half a
mile. Prize, 81.0.
The next event was a six-oared
race, between two crews from the
San Francisco and one from the
British cruiser Champion. The
American whalcboat fouled tlie Am
erican gig near tlie lighthouse, so
another start was made. The Am
erican llect gig manned by six sturdy
men took the lead from the start and
maintained it, finishing six boat
lengths ahad. The course was two
miles, prize 8-1. Time 17:18.
A twelve-oared cutter race between
two ciews fiom tlie San Francisco
and one from the Champion came
next and was an exciting event. The
San Francisco boats shut the Cham
pion out at tlie lighthouse, but the
hearts of oak stuck to it and with a
long and good btrong pull crossed
the Hue three lengths ahead ; time,
18:01. It was a tiood and a
close race, causing no little excite
ment. A whale-boat race between coal
heavers and firemen was a good one,
and was won by the coal-heavn.
The distance was the same ; time,
The other events, which were no
Ies9 interesting, were as follows:
All Comers Race Distance, two
miles. Prize, 830. Won by tlie
Swimming Race Distance, 'JOO
yards. First Prize, 83 j won by
Seaman Rcides. Second Prize, 2 ;
won by Seaman Bucktou.
Catamaran Sculling Race Dis
tance, 200 yards. Prize, 82 ; won
by Seaman Aberg.
Tub Race Distance, 200 yards.
Piize, 82. Won by Usury Host.
The races were run, with the ex
ception of the six-oared one, without
a hitch, and weie started from the
bow of tliu San Francisco witli the
crack of a pistol.
The Committee of Arrangements
was as follows: II. E. Olesen, C. Q.
M., II. G. Porter, S. W. Sec, Cutis.
Leiiubach, C. O. M,, Russell Aiken,
S. Corp., E. P. McFoy. Bugler; W.
A. Brady, Pvt. ; M. Bow, IS. M.,
starter, II. dayman, S. W., judge,
Clias, Leiiubach, C. U. M., icferee.
Salutes of twenty-one guns were
fired from the shore battery, II. B.
M. S. Champion aud U. S. Flagship
San Francisco at noon in honor of
the Fourth. The combined reverber
ations died away in the distance like
a roll of thunder. Tliu two war ves
sels were decorated from stem to
- "" r 1- - 13 . . T"-". Ji'
stern and the ship' olliicrs exchang
ed couiti'tic iluritnr tlie day. A
huge number of people vWtetl the
vessels and viewed tlie race from the
decks. Her Majesty the Queen nas
an interested spectator of the events
fiom the boathoii9e. The Myitie
boathouse was crowded also, the
gentler sex predominating.
A laughable event win taken in
near tlie late King's boallinii.e when
Hie Walker boys of tlie Healani boat
club would not allow a uieiuber ol
the club to enter the 'Bella W."
ItccatHc lie had a small silk American
11. ig around his hat.
It VSI'.U Vt.I.
The Crescent3 and the Hawniis
met on the Leaguu grounds ycstei
lay uftei noon fur Hie ihinl time be
foie the laigcsl crowd ever assem
bled on Hie League grounds. The
Crcsce its won ihe Uiis and look the
bat, but were retired in short ordei
amidst wild applause and shouting.
The Hawaiis were no better, and the
ladies, whose favorites wcie the
Crescents, waved tliuir handker
chiefs aud clapped hands. Tlie ap
plause iu the next inning was deafen
ing, as by sheer luck three Crescent
players crossed the plate. The Ha
waiis made two runs in the next in
ning. The Crescents made another three
runs in the fourth and one in the
seventh, making a total of seven
runs. The Hawaiis knocked down
one iu tlie fifth inning aud two more
in the sixth, making a total of five.
Several times during Hie game tlie
Hawaiis had men on tlie liases only
to diu there.
A biillianl feature of tlie game was
the batting of tlie Hawaiis. Angus
and his curves was buffetted here and
there like cockle shells. Thompson
played his usual good game, as also
Morris at second. Rosa played third
in line style. Long at short was very
good, iu fact tlie whole team was
good, only three paidonablc errors
being credited to the nine. The
playing of Prince Cupid at center
field must be mentioned. He played
a professional game both iu the field
aud at the bat.
The Crescents could have played
a better game, but then they played
just well enough to win. Special
mention must be made of Percy
Lishman's work at third base. There
is no mistake, little Percy is the star
player of the league. Lionel Hart
at shortstop was very poor ; he did
not play his usual game, but indulged
in too much funny business. He
handled the ball as if he was looking
over the records in the Court ollice.
Willie Wilder was as uprightly as
ever and several times made some
brilliant plays. Soper at first played
a daisy game. Angus pitched less
effectively than tihiial but as ably
supported by Chris. Willis' back
stop. Tile umpiring by C. Crahhe
and Robert Parker were satisfactory.
Following is the score:
All. 11 1III. u. A. i:.
Hart, L., s.s. ..
Wilder, W., 2b..
Caiter, r f
Soper, J., lb....
Angus, G., j)....
3 1 2 (J 0 (I
112 5 ." 0
ii 0 0 1 II 2
5 0 1 7 2 2
B 1 1 1 0 0
1 1 I a 2
a i i i o
I 1 0 1 0 0
:i o o o o ii
8 27 1 1 11
Alt. IS. 1111 O. A. K.
Kosa, G., :tb ,
Dan, 1. f
Woods, P., p
Morris, 2 b
Thompson, J., lb
.- 0 2
5 0 1
2 C I
1 I 1
10 0 0
2 0 3 1
1 0 0
i i k;
10 0 0
1:1 .. ii
hColll', IIV INNINfis
Ciesceuts 0 II 0 'J 0 0 1 0 07
Hawaiis 0 2 0 0 12 0 0 0-5
SuMMAiu : Two Base lilts W. Mil
der, Pilueo Cupid and Piyce. Thiee
Hae Hlt-WlllN. Double Plays -W.
Wilder and Soper. Left ou Bases Ha
waiis, 12; descents, 7. Stiuck Out Uy
Woods, 2; by uigus, S. Wild I itches
Woods, 1; Angus, 1. Parsed Halls
Willis, 3 Bit by Pitched ltall Linli
inau. Earned Kims Ciesceuts, fi; Ha
waiis, 1, Uinplii". "rabbc and Parker.
Scorer J. W. inler.
TIIK KIUJHI'TIO.V AT TIIK LIGA
TION. The reception at the American
Legation given by Minister Stevens
and which lasted from 3:30 to 0:30
gave opportunity for a large number
of persons lo present their respccti
to Uncle Sam's lepresentatives.
Mrs. Stevens and her daughters aid
ed iu tlie reception of calleis, and
they were assisted iu doing the hon
ors by Mrs. Frank Hatch, Mrs.
R. I). Walbridge, Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Misses Carter, Miss Dora Dowsett
aud Miss HarUell. The cullers - a
full list of whom is omitted ou ac
count of lack of space included
Ministers Parker, Spencer and Wide
maun ; Major J. Hay Wodchoiwc,
Moiib. Vizzavona, W. M. Giffard, F.
A. Scliuefer, II. Renjes, II. F.
Ulude, Thomas It, Walker and other
members of the Diplomatic and Con
sular Corps; His Lordship Bishop
Willis, Hon. J. M. Horner, Hon. W.
V. Horner, don. It. D. Walbridge,
don. James Anderson, Chief Justice
Juild, Prof. W. T. Brighain, Prof.
M. M. Scott; Captain Watson and
licet olllcers of the U, S. F. S. San
Fiancisco, and a large number of
local residents. The baud ol tlie U.
S. San Francisco discoursed sweet
mushj during tlie reception hours and
the lady horU aud assistants pro
vided refreshments for tho myriad
A laige crowd took advantage of
the railway excursion yesteiday for
an outing at Peail City and Ewa.
The car wee more oi 1. ss crowded
dining ' l(-' "ay, but in tliu afternoon
u large number went down, Poitu
guese predominating. There was
dancing at the Grovo, anil gporls
among the plantation hands at Ewa.
rtir: it viii,.
A brilliant ball wn? held in the
evening at 8 o'clock in a hinai spe
cially constructed for tho occasion
ou Hie Hawaiian Hotel grounds lunr
the new l.mai. Tne place was nicely
lighted up i i.tl presented a fairy-like
appeararce. The inside was gaily
decorate I with (lags of till utitinn,
protuiiii'iil among which were the
liiis and snipes. Near midnight
the company ol u-vellers partook of
light leficlinicnts, after which danc
ing ai resumed until early morning.
v n, tiled but happy, all went
home Tin committee managed
everything in UrM-clasS st,le, cmi-i-qiieutly
e veiy thing went olf smoothly.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in l)cs Moines, Iowa,
nauowh escaped on ol the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in Hie
northern part of that slate during a
recent blizzard, says the Snturthty
lieview. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Itemed', of which he had often
heard, and took a number of huge
doses, lie says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time lie
was breathing quite easily, lie kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
.Mr. Blaize regaids bis cine as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
THE ellicacj of hot water in inflam
matory conditions can hardly be
overrated. To a limited extent its
value has long been known. Our
grandmothers made Use of woolen
cloths dipped iu hot water as a sub
stitute for hot-water bags. At present
the worth of this remedy in almost all
forms of p.iin is generally recognized
by the medical profess'on.
Hot cloths, however, aiu not con
venient of application ; aie apt to wet
tlie clothes, and they soon cool and
require repeated dipping. The rubber
bag is in every lcspi'ct superior. Once
(nought to tho proper tetnpenituic,
the heal is long rctaiiied ; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have them in ruzos of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Eveiy household should have one
at k'ast icady for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Curni-i' fort A; Ivliiir hlreols,
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
rrUIE Regular Monthly Meeting of
1 the File Police will he held THIS
(Tuesday) EVEXIN'G, July filli, at
their New Hall, comer Hotel and Foit
stieets at 7 o'clock h:up. Tlie at
tendance of every uii'inbcr is leqllested.
4i3 It Secretary.
PIONEER BUILDING & LOAN
A NN UAL 31 IS B ' I N G
Will be held Til 1m (Tm-diiy) EVEN
ING. July nth, at 7 :.I0 o'clock. A
full attendance Is desired, as an
Election for Directors !
Will be held.
TI1KO. F. LANmINO,
10:i It Secietary.
J. O. PFLUG-ER
A New Supply of the Celebrated
- FOR MALE Y -
H HACKFELD & CO.
- AT -
Quantities to Suit!
FOR SALE UY -
H. HACKFELD & 00.
rcj-j iii 'fesr
HAW AU AN HARDWARE GO,
Fort street, oppn. Spreckels' Bank, llonninhi.
gy(wytrgrrTTgrrrTrri - - r - :. - T
Tliu first requisite is a r,)(i ,at,.. There MAY be other
brands as good as the octU PLATE, but if so.
we have failed to find them,
a Fill anfl Frcsli Supply op Hand. i Far Sals Iif
H0LL1STER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
lOi "rt .Sti-iM'L :
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VEKY"
NEW TRIMMINGS 1 MEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
asr FOR I WEEK ONLY -xdt
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
H. F. WICHMAN
Is -lumiii;' a lieaulifiil line nf
III the pierced work now mi popu
lar anil nt prices which you will
For Such High Gaile Goods
H. F. WICffiVLAN
FOR I, Ha SIS
sa a lOIt a Ifi in ol jeiif!', tin
fSA' I'lopeili belonyhi" to
SB&2S&& Ihe Estate cf I'lnin Luiig, do-
eased, situated iu M tuna Valley and
for tlie past In je.iin haiiif; been occu
pied by a. A. Mniit.iiiii. There aie two
pieces; tho Hut cnn-istiii of a Laiu
l'aldiH'K nu tlie Wall.lkl hlo of the
iipiei Alaiio.i road aud billable furruiv
Intl utiuiisi aiijlb'iii;. the secmnl ou the
Kwa Fide of ilie upper Mauu.i uiatl, be
lli,' a Laige Pailiioi-K Milialilu fur pas
tillage, toitlu-r willi all the lliiihluis
thereon. l'oMi'nsiui) given at once. Tor
paitlculai'd apply in
F. A.h MIAIIFTJI.
Or .1. T. I'oi.nt'HN. ItiO hv
1IVAL J'UK.MIES, ai
l i liiretanli tireot, onnii- i
elte Foit-rtiiei Chureh. Aii-
H. 1. L1LI.IE,
At Then U. Davl'-n A: f'n. I
TO liifil' '
'PWO Xlcolv Fuinl.huil
k 1 Itnnnni eoutrlly jucilinl. ,
1 Kiuiulro Hui.t.l!TiN Oilke. '
Thno mnkus many changes
nnd it's about timo somo
changes should be made in
your dinner set. The now
designa in 1-TA.VtLAXD
which vc show is the best
chansT- you can make.
Xuw Goods ox "VT. C.
Irwin" now on exhibition and
fur sali. I Vices much lower
- . - - ...(Efrff-r'
IF YOU VAHT TO
M A K v:
Honolulu. !5 1.
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
CO'ITAOE on Kiniiia street, lately oc
cupied by Mr. McCarthy. Kent S'M
per niomh mid water fate.
UOTI'ACIK on Kiii sjjvet, ICeiwilo,
l.ilely eciiipied by Mr. Claieiiee
Ciabhc. Kent &''.r per month and
water rate. -It:! lilt
DoMle Kssiflera Situs
I'OIt SALIC !
I HAVE I otii I iui) ItoMilenco Sites,
Mlnated on I liUnI r-Uci't, for siile.
The I.olh have a fi outage n( 111 feet mi
I'liholMieei ami nru 'JOO feet deep, aie
nicely laid out Iu fuiit and i-haile trees
and in u all coveied with fjrass; wat.-i
laid on throughout. Tfio situation of
then! I. ols and the limited number nuiU
il neeen-ary ihat Intending puiclnisyrs
bhuiild iiiaKe early application to thu
iindurKiiied, fnim whom all particulars
can he hail. .US. F. MOKOA.W
. J. MORGAN.
GARPENTEK Jg & BUILDER.
.lulililiif; promptly attended to.
84 Bcrutania St. -vriuiai-Hull Tolo. 280.
POSTAL Savings Hank Tass llnok
L Xo. 7:i.sl hub I) on lul, mill piy
ineiilsou it have been stopped. Fljidei
will pleate leturn to tliu I'oiinl biivlns;-
liiink. 102 :u
NOT I CIS.
Vl.l. persons IiinIi) claims against
me will plca-u tend In their hllU
befuio.lnlv JOtii fur payuieiit. All ac
counts due me iiiut bo paid before that
date, as I Intend luavliie: tho Kliipliuu.
A. K. WJ?I1.
Houuliilii, July 1. IbO.'. 101 Iw
lMetiiro Kraiuos inaile to
order l'rm latest stylos t
inonlilisis. Heiiovation ot
hl picliires si siuuiiaHy til
1 liing rris., Hotol stroot.