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OAli!) RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
I-'UIMI A5I AL'TKR ,'i:il, 1, ISMS.
Lsavo Monotulu. .
Arrive Honolulu. .
Vfrivo Pmri City
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1S!H.
Stun- J A Cummins from ICoolau
Sehr Ilaleakala from Komi
, , B DEPARTURES.
Am t,h Pactolus, Beadle, for Port Toivu-
Stmr Kinati, for Maul mid Hawaii, at L'
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bk Opliir, Brugnierc, for Paget
For .Maui and Hawaii, perstmr Klnaii,
.July- Fur the Volrano: II KarhoMfiV.
JIIsIJnrvey, G 1 WHder, Mr Kimball,
Capt Xels-on. .MNsoh J mill IC I'ope. Kor
way jioits: Geo i niniibull, iliss Urozli-r,
Miss Hrower, II 1 ai-tle. ,Mi, Lowicv,
Jliss Viiti-rhoii.i, F Maby, XV llayscl
Uph, A V iebardoii, .1 JJenton, A
Cameron, Mailer Parker, Mrs J r
Parker. I'almer l'ail;er, S I'arkcr, T It
ICeywortli. ltev K Akn, Father T.eonor,
TW IIiiKli8 and daughter, Mrs Ouild,
Fiof and Mrs Uosmcr, Mrs I.von. Mis
Oilman, IxuVlla l.yon. Mrs V I An
(lrewh, Dr oud, .Mit-f- Iiny,.Mis- Mitchell,
Uev .1 Okabc, llo.well, Miss llellbriin,
.Miss Ilairis, Miss Vaua,'!en, H IJ Ander
son, Master Lyon, Miss Lyon.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S fan Finneisco, Jtear-Admiral
Brown, from San Dicuo
Am bklnu rianiur, Dow. from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from San
Am bgt Wm G Irwin, MeCulloeh, from
Am schr Alice Cooke, J'cnliallow, from
Am bktne S G Wilder. Grillilth, from San
llrlt bk Mimatra from Xewcatle, N S W
lint bk Veritas fioin Newcastle, X S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 il S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
U S S Boston, from San Frauci'-eo, July
L" L S S Faluias, due
Am bk Matilda, from Newcastle, X S XV.
Am bktue S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bktne Wiestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw bhij) Helen Bicwer, from GIiisl'ow,
due Aii 15
Nor sh Moininjj; Llht, Johansen, fioin
Xew castle, X H VV
Am bk Margin el from Newcastle, XSW
Ilk (iiota from Xowo.istle, X S XV
The Kijiiudorian bark Opliir Is expect
ed to leave to-innrrow for the Sound in
The British barks .Sumatra and Veritas
have finished difchargiiig coal and are
taking In ballast.
The American ship l'actolus, Beadle
muster, sailed about 10 o'clock this
morning in-julliit for tho Sound.
Mr. ,1. P. Dlai.o, an extunsivo real
estatu dualor in J Jus Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped 0110 of tiro severest
attacks of pneumonia whilo in tire
jiofttlicrn part of that statu during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturdug
Jlaview. Mr. Ulaize had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
Jie was unable lo get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return lie
;as threatened v.itji a severe ease of
.pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. Ulaize
sent to llic nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Heniedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of latgo
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short lima he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and tiie net
day was able to ooine to IJcs Moines.
Mr, Blaize regards his cine as biuiply
wonderful. Filly cent hot lies for
sale by all dealers, licnsoii, .Smith
& Co., Agents.
Dit. I.c'Lunkan has removed to
Alakea slieel, opposite thuY.iM.O,
A. hall, piomibcs lately occupied by
Doctor Luu Oilliiu hours, ! to V2,
2 to -1 and ovuninge (i to 7. .Suudavs:
JO to 1. Hull Telephone, 107, M utiial,
LQGA1. AKO REHEHAL HEWS,
Mn. A. .LU.iilwiiij.il U
his house I iv illncy.
Diamond 1 1 dad, i p. m -Imzy,
wind freh nnrUi-east.
II. N. Casti.i:, of nio Advertiser,
was a D.iFHMig6r by tlio Kitnui to-day
1 in: luini win iv (Haulier mwirt
In. concert hi, Tlimn.is Smniv.! Mil
A llATTALiu.v ul in.iniitM nnd hhio.
I jackets from II. 1, ,I, rt, Cli.rhi ..mi
hid drill on shoio ytsumlny after
Ciller JusTiru JitiiB mill a IT iwnii
an j'lty Imvc bui'ii lien 1 in j a nivd c,ii
ill il.iy. it Ii.intr I ho coutOilotl will of
livaiN'K Co iN.i. 1 wi,i 11 1 'o 11 mnon
ligbt. dull iIih cvciiitii.'. A Hi" pen
nant is Hying, n full siUundunou of
mciuboiH is expected.
Tin: Knniolmnieliti and Orccent
ball loams aie haul at prncliuo for
their gamu on .Siitiirday, to iv good
giiiiio may be ex pooled.
Iti:i'. Kaulii.asii Cliniimun 111 Ctun
niitieoof the Whole, in tho LugNU
ture to day was not an "idle" nmn
Now gavels are in order.
TilitKK Mongols, Ah Clioy, Ah Sin
and Ah Young, liuxo been nrietpd
for pnrliciimlion in tho "pnkupin"
banking game. 'I'lio tlireu Alls will
be tried on Tuesday next.
gA I'HOl Lsslo.VAl. llli'll has evinced
a desiro to w.iget $1000 that the Bon
nie Dundee can vniKfiisli any yacht
in tho Hawaiian Kingdom in any
wciilher. Tins saino goiillouian woli
.MOO on the nice on I ho fourth.
D. KiciiAitn was. h iul in tho Su
premo Court. yuMcrihy on a ohargo of
laiceny in the second degree, and was
found guilty by a Hawaiian jury.
This morning ho was sentenced io
imprisonment at hard labor for 0110
year and pay $1 line.
Tun I'unahou Glee Club now with
tho .Misses Oaleund Wing at Lahaina,
will board tho steamer Kiuau at that
poll for llilo. Pi of. llusiin-r and Mrs.
Hosmor, MisEes Xcllie Walorhoio
and Lowioy left on the Ivinau this
afternoon to meet the jiarly at llilo
Thk sailing of the steamer Kinau
this aftornoon was a lively ovonl, a
large number of jiersons taking pass
age. Just as tho steamer h id left the
wharf a tardy native 1111 ived and took
a shore boat to get on the bteamer.
lie commenced fumbling in his pock
et for the faro and whilo so doing the
current made by the steamer's pro
peller urincu tne noat, and lus ellort.
to board the steamer was unsuccess
ful. A Cin.N'AMA.S' named All Fun, em
ployee of a rice planiaiion at Palama,
had H. Jones arrested yesterday fur
assauli, and battery. Jones prefeiied
the nunc charge against Ah Fan
shoilly af or. Tho cases wore liquid
in the. Police Court to-day. June-,
stated in evidence that tho Chinaman
had assaulted his i-ight-ycar old
daughter without provocation, win 11
he gave him si blow. The girl eon
(iiincd the statement, but tho China
man testified Hint Jones bad hit him
lirst. The Police Justice took moie
stock in Jones' story and discharged
him. Ah Fan was lined $20 and
C. J. McCaiitiiy
has lots on
sticet for sale.
meet this evening.
A.. L.of H., will
meet this evening.
Benefit Union will
I1oi!ki:ki:ki'kiis will find something
in a card of C. L. Brito to-day.
Aithii shaving tiso Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Su.niiiiun iclicved at onco by C11
euniber Tonic. Benson, Smith '&, Co.,
Agents. l-i f
Tin: UiuiihWick hilhaid jmiloii. aie
tho most elegant pleasiuo iceoit in
Enoi.vk Co. No. 1 iB
for diill at Hackfeld's
"WitLiti: shall I sec von thib oven
lug?" "Oh, t-iiino old plneo, the
Di:i,icioiTh coiiee and chocolate will
bo cerved every niuining early at iho
Piilaco loo Cioam Parlors, Luifwigmn,
& Cioir, Hotel sheet. J.rf
II. W. SfiLMiD-r it Son have a hst"
of famous beverages in this issno. of
which Ihoy have received supplies by
tho hark J. C. Pllugor anil other lat'o
Diihshmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Pel feet iit
guaiaiiteed. MISS WOLF. 7.'l Duro
liinia street, or Mutual telephone O'JO,
before 8 a. ru, or o :!(() p. m. b-JIni
Tin: furnittiic of Prof. M. M. Scott
will be sold al bio rosidonco by James
F. Morgarr on Friday of next week.
A line carriage horso, a double carn
age, and harness will bo olTuiod at tho
A fiooi) biisiiicsb site on .Merchant
street is to be sold by J.is. F. Morgan
at noon to-moriow'; alto, mr une..
pin-d lease having cigbtton yt are to
run of piemisos on Punchbowl sticet ;
also, a tract of rice laud at Waiaholo.
Attknuon is called to the emd of
the Aloha Photograph Gallery, in
which nire low pijeee nro quoted. A.
W. Holster, the fumed artist, uUundu
to the portrait business, and 'Ihcu. .
Soverin to ouisido photogr.vphiirg.
leland views aie a specially,
V. F. Hlvnujds, luopiietor nf the
(lolden Kule H iz.r, is tolo agent fur
the Domcbtio tewing maohiiie, which
is tin aitiolu that luu long three otub
libheil its oxcellonoe in tho knowledge
of Honolulu women. Other ware at
tho Golden Huln Haznr nio listed in
an advertisement to-duv.
' iimnv.TiiiBD day.
TntttsDAY, July 7, 1502.
Arioi'llDotl Hi SH 1 11 it.
U.ll Ko tU, to abolish the olTIco of
Auitnof-Gi ni-i-uli road a second tlnii
and 1, fcirt"! to a ti'c't coitiinitiiio
t'0iiisini4 of tho ini'ii.lti'i'Hif Urn Fin
anci! Coiiiinitii o ai.il N ihlu J. At.
llf- er and IJ.ii. A hlunl.
Udl No. (11, to or. a o the jV)rt of
Uni-ii, iMiun, mid M.-tk:will, Ktunl.
poil- of oiiu-f. Uofoiiul to the
Coiniiilltue on I'oiiurc ce.
The 1'ies.dciit iiuit'iiii.ccil as tho
sulfcl eoiinuitU'c in Hep. White's
"pakapio bill," the following mom
hers: Ueps. Kiunaiiohn, White, No
bles Com well, Williams and Neu
mann. Dill No. 18, lo provide a pornin
m.'iil sclllomeut foi Her Majesty the
Queen Dowager Knpiolani. Re
ports of tho 'select Committee on
Permanent Settlements were read.
On motion ihe bill was laid on the
Dill No. a, to authorize the rc
cninage of some ol the silver coin
now in tho Treasury, was read, as
nlo reports of Finance Committee
on the subject. Bill No. (j, to
aulhoiize the coinage of dimes and
half-dunes, is a bill introduced by
After some arguinnnt the bill was
passed to engrossment and ordered
lor. third reading on Tuesday next.
The House at, -1 adjourned until
Fuiday, July S, 18!)2.
Hlnrntutr Mi'sml n.
Assembly convened at 10. Min
utes of previous meeting were read
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Dills lOo-lOO
Noble Uornwell from the Military
uonimittce presented the following
i'llc committee report having con
sidered the Hem of the "Queen's
Guard" and say Hint they had visit
ed the barrack-, nnd found the Guaid
in an elllcieul stale and the iJarr.icl;
in excellent condition. They n com
mend the following improvements:
(l).The erection of a u:im1-1iousc
and hospital on the Waikiki side of
the D.irrat-ks at an outlay of .1000.
(2) They recommend ihe pi :ent
lorce be continue 1. (:)) The coi. oil
tee submit a h-.t of the niim' 1 of
niiMi and iheir respective rank and
lmy- (') The, committee ieeomnicnd
a small but ellicient force at the
command uf the Government. (f)
Tne conimittce consider the Sov
ereign is entitled to a proper guard at
the Palace. Vessels of unr arriving
and saluting the Hawaiian Hag ex
pect their salutes returned which can
be only done by well drilled men. ((!)
Governor Cleghorn submits itemized
account of amount uecussiry for the
next two years. (7) The. committee
consider that ihero should be a suf
ficient amount appropriated to have
decently drilled, decently housed
and decently equipped men lor the
Household Guard. (8) The commit
tee iccoininciid that the sum of S.10,
000 be appropriated as ivcouinieu.lcd
by the Cabinet and that SIJOCO be
added for the cruet;- n of a hosoital
and guardroom. Signed by three
members, lions. Coruwell, Kainauo
ha and Dipikane. Tabled for con
sideration with minority report.
Noble Coruwell, from the same
conimittce, reported Dill No. ol,
'To prevent the use of explosive sub
stances in taking lish," to the effect
that they recommend t.bat Section 2
be amended to lead "shall be pim-i-hud
by a lino not exceeding S10D
nor less iban 2st or by imprison
ment at hard labor not exceeding-six
months or by both at tho discretion
of tho Court." Report of committee
adopied and Dill passed lo engross
ment. On motion the thitd reading
was set lor Tuesday next.
Noble Macl'arlano reported that a
committee appointed at the !u.l Ses
sion lo revi-o the luxation laws of
the Kingdom had prepared .1 bill t.ud
desired that it puss to pi int.
Ordered thai lliu newly propiu.-d
bill bo printed.
Noble Iluruer from tho Committee
on Ways and Means, reported mi
uuiiia 111 mi! .appro). naiiuu mil, 11 l-i
live lo (1) Knvoy al Washington,
812,000, (2) clerical aid and ex
penses Legation, 82000, (!) expenses
Foreign Agents $looo. The com
mittee recommend that items num
bers 1 and o pans and that number 2
he stnckfii out. Tabled for consid
eration with the Appropriation Dill.
Rep. Kuiiitniohn repoi ted Dill No.
j!2 relative lo the insertion of certain
words iu Neclioii AC ol tho Civil Code
corrected mid leuoirituundod that the
Dill bu now ntiuibured No. U2A and
he piintcd. Report approved.
Nolilo Jlarsdun rend for the Hist
time u bill o 'admit rice free of
duty iu ceitiiin cases."
Rep. Akiim rutd for the llrst time
a bill to umeiid Sec. 1-10J of the Civil
Cod relating to 'M asters and Ser
vants." Rep. KdinomU road for the first
time a bill to regulate the canning
of ptisseiigi is oiiil freight and the
letting lu'liift. of vehicles in the dis
trict of WuiUilsu.
Jen. Akiim read for the Ihst time
a bill to utuund Sec. , Chup 00 of
lliu Penal Cudo relative to Hawaiian
being the ollicial huigiiugu,
Reji. Kupabu J)rceniwl quontiniis
to tint AUurncy General: (1) How
many detectives are there iu ihe 0111-
ployor the (ipvertiii.'iii y (oj jiow
iiinny cases have bi-iii deteeteili- (!1)
Il-iw iiitieh g-iod has this done lire
Hop. Waipt.ilani qiiotloned tho
Dnilur of tho. Interior, (1) Who
has ohuigi! of the plirelmsing i.f sup.
plies for the Q icen's Hospital? (2)
Are th'u sttppM.-s obtain-d bv tender
Or at Hie cIh-Iip of the l;tVeyorV
Rep. I)iih a k ,! of the thairmaii
of llie Jud c ary Commiiteu nlillve
10 ihe prugresi m.idf on the ques
tions rcgaiiluii! tiinuudinonls lo the
M..... ., ... 1 t, . ...
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when the f'oininiiiee HmuIiI report
Noble Nitiiiuiiin, the chairmai
iiiisimiiejii. im t t'i roi to kimiv
the Jiidicaiiy Cominlitee, said that .1
repoit Has n-..v pi-cpaied and hud
llft'ii sigmul by two liieinhoM. Tho
olliei-s were fill i.vu.g ihf liuiness nf
pu-ltititf tip Hun lui- o, while ho an 1
Ins oonlieic were uiving th'-tr t-inu
rr. ely for (lie g.i .d of tic country.
Kve.i the Usually assidiioin niemb'er
from Lahaina (White) was not pre
sent. Al 10:o0, on motion, the Order of
the Day was carried, and ihe 'con
sideration of items in the Appropria
tion Dill was brought up. The As
sembly resolved into Committee ol
the Whole, Rep. Kauhi in the chair.
On motion the item "Knvoy at
Washington, $12,000," was passed
as in ihe Dill.
The item, "Clerical Aid and Kx-pen-es
Legation, 82000," was struck
The item relative to "Kxpenses
Foreign Agent,, S-1000," was passed
as pre.-enti d.
Rep. Kamaiioha was dusiious of
having the bill relative lo permanent
settlement for Her .Majesty the
Queen Dowager taken f 10111 the
Minister Wideinann considered
that it would be advisable to wait.
until other items appertaining lo the
subject of permanent settlements
were ready for discussion.
ltep. it. x . dcox was in favor
of the consideration of the item
granting ihe Queen Dowager a per
manent sett lenient al once and with
out any delay.
Rep. Smith was in favor of assist
ing the Queen Dowager if she was in
need. From information received
he was satisfied that she was not iu
need, and .mch being the case the
Assembly could not afford to be gen
ctous at present. She had no family
dependent on her.
Minister Parker said that Doctor
Trousseau had stated that Her Ma
jesty had piaotically no income
coining from her estate, as that hud
gone to pay debts of the lale Kin
Considered that it might be
Die to postpone consideration of tiie
item for the present.
Noble Daldwiu was willing to aid
the Queen Dowager if it was ncces
saiy. Did not think that ihe coun
try could affoid to give money away
just now. Favored postponement.
Noble Thurston said that without
intniding any disrespect lo the lady
in question he intended to oppose the
item with all hi, power until further
and more explicit statements of the
stale ol her finances were reliinie.l.
Rep. .Smith had stated on the Iloor
that the value of tho estate was put
at S80.000, the most impartial had
put it at S 10,000. It was -entirely
clear that she was obtaining an in
cunie of from SfiOOO to S7000 per
annum. The Queen Dowager's estate
had no right to be used to pay the
King's debts. lie did not know why
the member from Maui CCornwein
was so anxious to put this bill throii'di
Rep. White favored the item.
There were many who knew the aid
tendered by the dead King to the
planters. They had waxed fat by
his assistance. People had been so
licited lo erect a statue to the King.
It looked well lo cruet a statue to the
dead King and let his widow starve!
Ministei Wideinann hoped tho
item would be deferred. He hud
known Ihe Queen Dowager as a wife
and widow and he now again knew
her 1 ii, a wife and widow. He did
nol think she needed the assistance
uski d for.
Noble Coruwell desired to state
that he had no bills that he wished to
rnilruiid through the IIousu. There
wii. nothing of his that was of as much
direct interest lo him as others which
would be introduced by the Noble
I mm Molokai.
Noble Thurston said that ho had
110 special babies to nrcscnt niwi if
the Noble from Maui saw any which
lie siispteioned as such
thai he would stramrlu
Neumann (sotto voce)
1 tiling or two about the
Thurston said that there
1 neie w a
no Volcano nroleot ore.
seuted which was fathered by him.
Noble Neumann desired to draw
lliu Noble's attention t0 ulu itli.t umt
ho had intended lo ship a lot ol coal
to tho Volcano to boom it. f Laii'di
tor.) R-p Waipuilani obtained tho floor
and saying thai ho had much to say
on the subject befoie the Commit te'u
moved a recess until 1 :;)o. Cairied
and at 12 noun the Committee rose.
at IlitckfeldV Ciiinoi. .Mi'iubi-i's
t'oiiumii' tiKu uolU'o mid ntlenil,
Per onli-r of ilu- Fureinau,
1 hi 1
I -S. T I t lV IV!. . i. ...II ...til Kill.
Aw. 1 i')iinr. vf. win iiu-i 1 1110
(Trid.ij) h KMNti. ut 7 o'clock.
Golib Rule Bazar !
W. P. REYNOLD?, 1'r.oM.rcTon.
Polo Agent, for tho
8IW.M me III
lie til III
is now improved
!; ( oh
r chain Shicm on
titcii. It stands
at the bead
NUI-IDLKS and ATTACHMENTS
fur all kind, of Machines.
t w ii( Nl
nines ff all k;n1s
&.- D'ni'1 I .rgot that
Jim-iv a CASH s'lOKE-
this i i,ti-
110 1.1 mite
iiidiwdunl can obtain Ciedit.
thing til n fine I'llUAl'.
Staionery and Blank Cooks!
GUITARS, from -R00 up.
FurneaiiA's Ueautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets und Halls.
Base Hulls and Hats.
'pular Bound Books
At Jo Cents Each.
NHVELS! NOVCL-! N0VL,;,
eniont. , r sel
J. C. PFLUGER
And Other Late ArilvsiN:
Holsten Beer, Flensburg Beer,
i:ibohlos Beer, Porter, ICtc. Etc.,
St. Louis A Milwaukee Beer, qts and pis
Quails and Pint.;
Chuet, Port Wine. Sherry,
SwcdMi Punch. Cognac,
Whiskey, Etc., Etc.
HAVANA CIGARS !
YOU sam: uv
Fort Street, ovur F Gortz's Shoe S oro.
Yiew, Landscape & Portrait!
Views of Ihe Island
Constantly on Hi; d
Natives Making Pol, One-, llou-c, Ilu
wallun Style Ruling, lluliihula Ouneuis
I'ocoanut Groves, Palm AiTJate Gloves,
Sticet Views A Bui'ding-, War VesoN,
Shipping & Marine Views, Etc , Etc.
efatT Also a Large Collection of all
Prominent ami Inteiesling Views of the
Hawaiian Nlauils either .Mounted or
ROOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIEWS
Made iqi to order at the most Rea
sonable Rales in Honolulu.
Cubiiu'ts Only 85 IVr Oor.i'ii !
ICU SQf P. O. BOX 196 ff
Don't k Deceived !
In seeking a iiiediiini wherein to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't lit deceived by the declarations of
unscrupulous publishers, Inn
examine into ihe
Of the two English dailies. You will
Ibid that while the Bui.i.i-.tin Is
not continually boasting,
JT GETS TJ1EK1S
In a way very gratifying to advurlUuro.
- AT -
ftuaiitities to Suit!
- FOR SALE BY
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
Sgin u TfclE' -
1 c-jL-fti a
A V A? TvOflr L
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
't. oppo. Spreckels' Ban's, Hum..i1u.
".'" -" i-ni ii.iwn, ,iiiwm 1
illItSjLr " Al V Ii IC
A Fill nil fell Siiily on Hani id For Sale If
HOLLISTER & CO.. DRUGGISTS.
IO!) !irt Nfi'i'iM.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
uhoice Millinery I
WE HAVE THE VERY
3. 1 Si,
Special Reduction in School Hats
" FOR I WEEK ONLY -sa
CH1LDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
p ; '- - --".? 'i . 1 -T"-rs-t'ft1''' J
IVy KYiWIy Like II ! D
IF NOT; WHY NOT?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, it
cannot bo otherwise than wholesome,
rulrcnhing and delicious.
Our loading flavor, aie Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry mid Grnpo Juice
Wo liavo all the others but our
special 1 it's, are tlioso mimed, let
Cream Soda has also piovcd very
As we manufacture our own Soda
Walei from Purti llienibounto Soda,
wo claim it is better (ban that made
with niiiible dust. Those who have
tried it, concur with our slatuinonls.
Having perfected the lee Dux wo
are enabled to produce colder soda
All llivois wiib L-o Oro 1111, 10.-;
Vichy Water,)!-; Sauerbrunnoii Water
and Hiinymli Water.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
C'oi-iit.i- I'tri .V lilntr si iMitiin.
VOH HUNT ir LKASIS
rPRK Preiiiitui on Emma
ltigjj' w..i. iimvij ui;viiiiTii iij-
rtlMli A. It NllOIIU. 11 New unit
De-lrnble Home woiilahilug Kliolieu,
llatliioum, etc , etc AUo, O11ll11n1-.ua
oil the iieiuU. will bo uuiUmI or
lean-d Poai.t-ai.iou givuu l.t of .Inly.
Apply on lliu pimuUca.
155 im A. It. N'AONK.
,p " "i" '' - 1
Tiino imikcB rnnny chafgoe
nnd it's about timo f-omo
clmngcs should bo mml. in
your dinnci set. Tim k-w
designs in JtAVrLAXD
which -wo show is the
duciy,- you enn make.
Xtw Goods ex "W. (f.
Irwin" now on exhibition and
for s-alii. Prices much lower
S 8 v$i
a good plate. There MAY be
as tile ocD PLATF. but if sn.
lo find them.
iSuiutlulu. 11. I.
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS 1
CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
ri' tior :
tOIMGE on Kinina .-trcet. lately or,
eopk-d by Mr. .Mci'nrthy. Uem JjitO
pei month and water rate.
Co'lTAGE on Kinjr ,tiout, Kouiiln,
lately -i-cupieil by Mr. Llareiiet!
Ci-uiibf. Rent S:'. per month and
walei rate. 4!( i,
I''Oit SAL15 !
IIHVE l-oiir Kluu Kusliluiiee Sites,
situated on 1 Hkol stieet, lor sate.
Ihe Lota liiion liniiiiiiru of tit feet 011
I'hkol street and are L'OO feet deep, aiu
nicely laid out iu fruit and shade trees
and are all covered with gra; watei
laid on throughout. Tiie situation of
these Lots and the limited number make
It necessary that intending piuohasen
should make early application to iho
undersigned, from whom all p.irtloulais
can bo had, ,J,s. K. MORGAN.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER Jg & BUILDER.
.fobbing prumptly attended to.
04 ncrclania SI. Wil& Boll Tele. 200.
POSTAL Saving, Bank Pass Book
I No. .iM Ilu, b mi lo-t, and pay
ments on it have been stopped. Fiudt-i
will please lutiirn lo the Pojtal Mivings
Bank. juj 3t
VLL pui'aoiie biting olahiis against
mo will nli-a-o sum! la their bills
befoio.liily loth lur payinuut. All ae.
oouiitaduu me must bu paid In-fore that
date. u I intend leaving the Kingdom.
A. K. WEIR.
Iloauhilu, July ), IbUl'. m w
I'idtiiio Frames mado to
order frtmi Intost stylus xf
inottUlin.s, HoiiDvaUon ol
ill nie.liireH a HptuuulLy sit
King ivoa,t Hotel Htvoot,