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SATURDAY, JULY 'J, 1S'J2.
UI,SS Piihnas, fiom Yokolmnia una
Stinr Wulimiuulo, from Molokui mill
Stnii- Mokolli fiom Molnknl ami Maul
Stini- Hawaii Iioin Jlaliukoiia
Stun las MaKcu from Kapaa
Kquadorean bk Opliir, Urugulmu, for
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
ijtmr.Tnnies Makce for Kapaa, at 4 p in.
htmr Kanla for Ivoolun at II a m
Stinr Mokolli for Molokai, L.inai and
Maui, at ." p m
ritnir .1 A Cunnnins for Koolau and Wai-
maii.ilo at 10 a m
itinr Waiiimnalo for Molokai and I.aiui
at r p ui
CARGOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Stmr lCunln 0J0 bag jiaddy.
Stinr .las Makoo -iC.'iO bag-, sugar, 7S
bags p.uldy and 5 pkg liiun'li.uidiM'.
Stinr Mokolli 15 lid cattlu audlOcalvi's.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Kaala, July 8
Mraud Mrs JJailwny and cbild, Mr Coo
and 5 duck.
Kiom Molokai, por stinr Mokolli, July
) Mr lli.'iiiL'r iiiid 10 duck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San l'liunjiM-o, Kcar-Adiniral
Iliown. from San Dit'go
Am bknic Planter, Dow. fiom San Pi-au-
Am sola Aloba, Jobnsou, fiom Sail
Am bgt Win G Irwin, McCulloub, fiom
Am pchr Allcu Uonku, Peiihallow, from
Am bktmi S G Wilder. Uiilllitli, from San
Urit bk Sumatra from Newcastle, N S V
Bntbk Veiitas fiom Newcastle, X S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M ii llici, Mori, fiom Japan
U S S Hoston, from San Fr.inclsoo, July
V L S S Pulm.is, due
Am bk Matilda, fiom Newcastle, N S
Am bklne SN Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bktne Wiestler, IScigman, from Syd
ney Ger bk .J C Glade, fiom I.lveipool, Juno
Haw skip Hi'len Iliewcr, fiom Glacgow,
due Aug IC
Nor sb Morning Light, Joliauscii, fiom
Newcastle, ii S W
Am bk Muig.uot fiom Newcastle, NSW
Bk l.ieta fiom Newcastle, N S W
Tlieb.uk.T C I'Jlngcr wan moved to
the P il S S wharf yestciday where bhe
is now discharging lallroad matcilal.
'J be baik 0hlr nailed thli afternoon
for Puget sound.
The baikcnllno S G Wilder received
biigar fiom the bteamer Jas Mnkco and
Hawaii today. The Wilder will gut
uway next week for the Coabl.
The buikciitliio Dlhtovery Is being ills
cluugcd by dock laboiei'c, necelmting
11EWKTT At Panoa, July Oth, to the
wife of A. M. llcwett, a daughter.
Mr. .1. 1'. lilniKo, mi exti-iisivo rcnl
estate dealer in Deb Moines, lowu,
iiarowh escaped on ol Hie bevmust
ultacks'of piieiuiioiiiu while in Hie
iioitliern pint of that state, during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturduy
Jievieiu. Mi. Dlaio had oucutiion to
diive several mill's during the btorui
and was so thoroughly chilled Hint
lie was unable to get win in, and in
side of an hour alter his lettirn he
was threatened with a sevoie ease of
pneumonia or lung lover. Mr, Maize
seul lo the nearest ding store and
got a botlle of Cliauibcrluiu's Cough
Ueuiedy, of which he had ollen
heard, and took a number of laigo
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to ennie lo l)es Moines,
Mr. Hlnizc rcganls bib tine as simply
vyondciful. Kilty tent bottles for
sale by all deuleis. liensoii, .Smith
& Co., Ageuts,
LOfiAL AND GEilERAL NEVVs.
Tin: tramWiiy Inirl: nuling u
1'oit birvt't, is ln-injr rcmiivil.
TUR luuil will iiiw it(i ii'Kiilur cnn
COrt III tillltllil Mllll(' lllH llfttTl'DOII.
Diamond IIkad, 1'2 in. Woulliur
cloinh, tuininc: winil fu'-li uni t liua--I
I Hi: Y M.U. L
tUlltlllW lift' IIIIKMl
ub will tnrcl to
ut oiiu (I'ului'k ill
iliu club rouiiH.
Tin: Ckm'L'1118 mill Uiiiiii'liiiiiiflins
I iiii'ul iliU iiiiciiiiiuii mi Mi'- (liiimuii'l
l'hi is tin' "rubuur" fui iliu I'liiiininuu
.ship. A. V Hoi.si'hii, tin- .i"itngrnhi'r, j
bus taken niinu xi'flk'iit i-v if i
ll.iii.iiim i eni uiiil fn inliiigs, '
.-ll .WIIIj till' llsllillg i-llll' Oillllp. I
i:(ii.vi: Co. .Nc. 1 bnil 1 1 t ill wiili !
I lieu eiiciue at the cm nor uf Fuitinul
(Jtli'fii s uels yi'leidn. eVeulilg. The
ini'inbers turned out in full force.
11. B. M. S. Champion expects to
leave shortly tir u trip uiouud the
islands. Major .1. 11. Wodohouse,
British Commissioner, will be a guest
of thu warship.
Tin: following cases were remanded
in the Police Court this morning
until Monday morning: A. lxymi,
laicouy; Kamokuiki and Ivulauuk.ihi,
assault and butteiy.
A Uiri.K niiiti'li between ,. team
fiom the Hawaiian Hille Association
and niie fnun II 15. M. S. Champion
has been airangul to take place thi.
iiflernoou at the i.iugu.
In speaking on the mutter of the
peinianent settlement for the Queen
Dowager yebtenlay, Minister Wide
niann biiid that "lie would be one of
the iirst to ghe necissaiy aid and as
sistance." Tin: sailors and murines of II. U.
M. S. Champion will attend the !):-15
sei vices of the Second Congregation
of St. Andrew's Catliedial, Sunday
morning. Special music will be icn
dered by the choir.
Tm: Hawaiian Mission Childien's
Society will hold its regular monthly
meeting ut the residence .of Mr. W.
W. Hall, t lli- evening at 7:30. At
which meeting the ictiring Piesident
will deliver bis address.
I'm: World's Fair Commissioners
belli an important meeting yesteiday
afternoon. Hon. V G. Irwin repott
ed from the 'transportation Commit
tee Unit the inter-isbiiul rtcamship
companies hud tendeied the sei vices
of their steameis for the free trans
pollution of cxhibilb from the other
islands. Mr. liwin also stated th.il
there was u probability of the O. S S.
Co. curtying the exhibits to the Coast
fiee of charge.
Tin: Hawaiian Haidware Co. lias a
rat trap of French invention that is
destined to rid the Kingdom of rats
a:ul inongoo.-e. This morning three
1.1U. weto caught in one ti.ip ant!
handed over to the tender meicies of
Capt. King's two dogs, u fox and a
Scotch terrier. The lats were re
leased in the stieet, one at it time,
and the etioits of the two dogs eftor a
nit as it came from the trap, caused
consideiable anuisement for a number
of spectators. The fox terrior won
the content best two out of three.
Yaj.. Ahnkil has n personal notice
in this issue.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilih.i
street foi sale. 3-tf
An 1:1: sii.iving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it (Jo., Agents.
Sii.vnuit.v iclieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tin: BiuiisW ick billnnd p.nlors 1110
the most elegant pleasuie icsort in
"Wiimn: shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old, place, the
A lady's gold w.itch has been lost,
mid is wanted to be retained to the
II. Hackflld & Co. offer for sale
ut especially 1 educed rates various
brands of genuine Bavarian beers.
J NO. L, Kumtkaoliinu has been ap
pointed an agent to take acknowledg
ments to labor contracts for Hanui
Di:i.I('Ioi;h coiiee and ciiocolate will
bo soived oveiy moiinng eaily at the
Palace Ice Cieam 1'ailois, Ludwigsen,
it Cion. Hotel stitet. 1-lf
"Cauoiit out I" is the laconic
catch lino of the Hawaiian Hardware
Co., today, iiitioducing a French rjit
trap that will take the "varmints"
Diikss.maki.no, Cutting ami Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Beie
tani. 1 stieet, or Mutual telephone O'JO,
Infill e 8 u. m. or fi:30 p.m. S-3m
Jas. I. Duwsett has given to llmuy
Davis, S. G. Wilder and K.I. Spald
ing exclusive game rights oil the Lei
lehu.i Hanoi), and the giimtees give
warning to all persons against lies
passing on the lands in (picntum,
Dli. LoLl.nna.n has ic moved to
Alakea bticet, opposite thoY.M.C.
A. hall, proniiscs lately occupied by
Doctor LiU.. Ollice hours, 1) to 12,
2 to '1 ami evenings (i to 7, Sundavs:
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 107, Mutual,
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand
under the leadeiship of Piofcssor II.
Herger will give a concert this after
noon al Kmina. Squai e, nM :30o'eloek.
The following is the progiaui:
Ovi'itme Italian In Algler Bovlnl
Finale (y'ai muii, liiet
Selection N01 man Belllul
Wall. Uciutlfiil May Mraiiss
Miuiuka-In the beauteous llloniu....
a5ftJjfr ! tiZlI,,". '.MZSC
Satuiiday, July 0, 1892.
.11 I'lilim Hi'mmIiiii.
Assembly convened at 10 05.
Prayer and rending of minutes. Miu- !
Noble Neumann presented a mnj
oiiiy lepnit of the JudiL'iaiy Coin
uiitiec on Bill No K8, relativt' lo the
pieparallmi ol juiy INls and llie
iliawiug of Juinrs The repuil :i
siuned by Nobles Ncuuiatiu ami
Pelei-on ami ltep. Smith, and 10
eoniineuded that "the bill pa-s and
so that its bi nellcial piMisinus inny
be applied to the coining term in
August held on I lie Island of Kauai
that the House take immediate action
upon it." A minority report signed
by Hop. Asbford was presented, to
the effect that the signer "could not
concur with the majority report be
cause the bill seeks to impose condi
tions of trial on the Circuit Courts of
the outside Islands which do not
obtain on Oahu. It further seeks to
perpetuate the bad feature of having
no jury lists on Hawaii and Kauai
for foreign juries and leaves the
selection of loieign juries on said
islands to haphazard and chance.
Those features should be eliminated
from the Hill." Hepoils were re
ceived and tabled for consideration
witii the Bill, which on motion was
made the Special Order of the Uay
for Tuesday next.
From the same committee a repoit
covering miscellaneous subjects as
Bill No. 47 amendment to the stat
ute of limitations. The committee
present a substitute bill which they
recommend to pass.
Bill No. 50. Providing for the
abolition, "spelled with an ah, of
the ollice of the Tax-assessor-iu-
chief. Recommended to be referred
to the Committee on Finance.
Bill No. 51). Relative to the erec
tion of Kerosene Warehouses. The
committee recommend Bill pass as
amended by Noble Macfarlane.
Petition from John Samoa that
1000 be paid him for alleged false
imprisonment. Committee suggest
that the petitioner be allowed redress
such as a juiy of bis countrymen
may consider proper.
Petition from a Inn called the Le
ialii Co., praying that S'JOO be paid
for breach ot contract on the part of
the Government. Recommended
that the petition be refeired lo the
Petition that Hon. It. "W. Wilcox
be seated immediately! the commit
tee through the cliaiiinan 1ms ascer
tained by ocular demoustiation that
the Hon. It. W. Wilcox is seated
now and that the legislative experience
and well known courtesy ot the
Hon. It. W. Wikox are sulllcient
guarantees tiiat he will remain boat
ed except when it shall be in order
to rise. The committee further
stuto that the petition cunuot be
granted because the member is al
ready seated. Signed by Noble
Neumann, Rep. Smith and Noble
Rep. Asbford concurred in the re
poit except as to the proposed dis
position of the petition of John Sa
moa which he regarded as of sufli
cient consequence to deserve investi
gation by this House.
ltep. White concurred Willi the
majority except as to the koiosene
wai chouse bill of which he was in
Report accepted and recommenda
tions of the majority approved.
From the same committee a report
on pioposed amendments lo Hie Con
stitution, as follows: (1) Article ."ifi
in respect lo compensation to Repre
sentatives. 'I he committee opposed
the original draft and offered a sub
stitute which they recommend to
pass, viz. : "8 per day for not more
than sixty days in any biennial
period." (2) Article 48, regarding
pioceedings on a veto being inter
posed by the Sovereign. The com
uiillee recommend thai amendment
do not pass. (.'$) Article .VJ in re
spect of qualification of electors for
Nobles. The committee leeoiinnend
the rejection of the amendment on
the grounds that it is "faulty, in
complete and crippled." (4) Arti
cle r2, requiring that none but Hawa
iian citizens shall bo eligible for voters
for Nobles. The committee recom
mend thatit beleftas'it is. ("Article
(12, qualifications ol electors for Re
presentatives. Recomended that the
same be amended in sueli a manner
as to preserve the right of franchise
for such residents who may under Hie
Constitution be entitled thereto at
the time of the adoption and ratifica
tion of said article. (0) Articles Co
and 83, the committee recommend
be adopted and ratified by this Legis
lature, Signed by Noble Neumann
and Peterson, und Rep V. O. Smith.
Rep. Asbford pie&cnted minority
report containing various objections
to the recommendations offered by
the majoiity of the Committee.
Rep. White, a member of the Com
mittee, stated thai he also had a re
pot t to present 011 the subject and
moved thai the two icpoils piesettted
bu laid on the table until he could
pieseut his. Motion carried.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported scvcial Bills
printed and ready for distribution.
President alker stated the Re
port of the Board of Health was
ready and would be distributed to
Rep. Wilcox offered a resolution
to the effect that
Wheieus, the (Jovernuient of the
United States has removed the duty
on Migar by the passage of tin Act
known as thu McKiuley bill, thereby
depriving our chief industry of the
protection which was llie principtll
considciation for important cnticcn
sions made to that country by thu
Reciprocity Treaty, which' it still
W liurcas, the United Stales Gov I
eminent has taken no action toward I
01 copying or improving Pearl Ilai- j
bor, and, whereas, w- believe tlur. 1
the geographical position mil mil 11- '
ral advaiitaues of Pe-ul ILiibui' len
t.er it -o valuable to any meat nation
as a coaling and naval M:uu, 11 that,
we may teusmiuiily tpeci to obtain
in exchange lor it concessions itn-i
privllegis as important and hcncllci. 1
as I hos'i we enjoyed for s me yem
u.i'lei the Rei'ipiocity Treaty willi
t .e United Suites; ami
Win reus, the disas rotis linaniial
ilepto-sion due to our changed stai d
ing in llie 111:11 kiti of the United
Stiles, make it imperaliie that
some immediate action be taken lo
secure relief by making the most of
our position and resources, therefore,
Resolved, thai a committee of live
members of this House be uppoiuted
to visit Washington and ascertain thu
disposition of the United States Gov
ernment in regard to Pearl Haibor
and in regard lo some teparation due
this country for the injury inflicted
by the McKiuley Bill, and also lo
negotiate for the cession of Pearl
Harbor for an adequate compensa
tion, and in ueneral lo use their best
endeavors to obtain closer relations
with that country.
On motion the resolution was
oidored to be translated and printed
and lo be tabled for consideiatioii :i-
the bpecial Order of the Day on
Rep. White lead for the Iirst time
a bill lo license the manufacture and
sale of opium.
Rep. Ashtord lead for the Iirst
time bills: (1) To amend the law re
lating to treason. (2) To define the
right of persons arrested on criminal
charges to bail.
The Clerk read answers from the
Minister of Interior to questions re
lative to the Queen's Hospital to the
effect: (1) Thai the Queen's Hos
pital is a private corporation. (2)
Government has no authority oer its
transactions other than the appoint
ing of a certain number of its trus
tees. At 11 :10 the Order of the Day was
moved and Bill 61, to create an
additional port (Honoipo) of entry
was read a second time and refeired
lo a select committee.
On motion of Rep. Waipuilani,
Bills Nos. 73 and 74 were taken out
of their regular older and consider
ed. Bill No. 73, relative to "Pro
posed amendments to the Constitu
tion," was referred to the Judieiiuy
Committee. Bill No. 71, relative to
"Settlement of Homesteads" was re
ferred to Committee on Public Lands.
Bill No. (17 lolutive to "registration
of male residents," was reud a sec
ond lime and after consideiable dis
cussion regarding disposition of the
bilj it was refened to ."an bitched
up," as Noble Young expressed it,
committee consisting of members of
Labor and Judiciary Committees.
The President announced as the
select committee 011 Bill No. 01, the
following: Rep. Kamauoha, Nobles
Williams, Hind, ltep. Smith and No
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee reported back Bill No. 0,
" To impose an internal revenue tax
on playing cards," and recommend
ed that the same be referred to the
Judiciary Committee. Approved.
At 12 :05 the Assembly adjourned.
ST. ANDKKW'S CATIIKDltAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation, Fourth Sunday after Trin
ity, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion 0:30 a. m. ; morning prayer,
11 a. in. ; Hawaiian evensong 3:30 p.
in.; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
in. All are invited.
SLCOSD CONCi UKOATION.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: l):15
a. 111., Morning Prayer with sermon;
lutroit, hymn 300; Te Deuin, Dud
ley Buck, in K Hat; Jubilate, Tay
lor, in F ; hymns 20 1 and 2D2 ; an
Ihcm, "Hearken unto Me, My peo
ple," by A. S. Sullivan. Kvensong
with sermon, 0:30; Nunc Dimmittis,
Toms in F; hymns 221 and 23.
Anthem, "How lovely arc the Mes
sengers," by Mendelssohn. Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh, pastor. All
aie coiuially invited.
Oh.VritAI. UNION CIlUltCH.
Pleaching by the pastor at 11 a.
m. At the evening service, Hon.
Alexauder Young and Hon. W. O.
Smith will speak upon the needs and
the claims of the lepers, as suggested
by their recent visit to Molokai,
All are invited.
High Mass, 10 a. m.; Rosary and
cutt'cliisin, 2 p. 111. ; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, 1 ;30 p. 111.
Kvangolistio services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall 011 Saturday and Sunday at 7 :30
r, m, 0. A. HALL.
Kvangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hull, 0:30 to 7: 15 p. in.
SHVLNTII A ADVLNTiar.
Seventh Day Adveutlsts will have
bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at the corner of Punchbowl and
Miss Mauy Lyi.k, lately book-keeper
with Kgan it (luuil, is ,'epuied t'"lu
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates, (.ii.ulu.tte of lleald's
Husiut'tf College, San Fniiieisco.
Ollice with C. J. McCaiihy, 3!i Mer
chant etreet. 2-1 m
n M J'W ' ""X., -
IF WOT; WHY NOT ?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, it
cannot be otberwiie than wholesome,
refreshing and delicious.
Our leading Ihivois aie Pineapple,
Oninge, Strawberiy and Grape Juice
We have all the othcis but out
specialties me tho-e named, lee
Cieam Soda has also ptoved vuy
As we manuf.ii'tuic out own Soda
Water fiom l'tiic Bieuibonnte Soda,
we lnini it is liftier than that imidi
with 111 tI'Ii- iIum rhtfec wlm huu
tried it, coiieui with our statements
Having pctli'flcd the Ice Box We
tile enabled to pioducc eoliUi S' dn
All llivors with lee Cre.nn, 10 ;
Vichy Water, oe ; isaiieibiiiniieii Watci
and Hunyadi Wutti.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner I'oi'l Ar Ivlitix -ti-eot-.
I II AVE this dav given to Henry
Davis, S. G. Wilder and K. I.
Spalding the exclusive tight and privi
lege to the game pi eeives of the lauds
included in the I.eilehita Ranch.. Dis
tricts of Ewa and Waijiuic, island of
(Signed) JAMES I. DOWSKTT.
Honolulu, July S, lb!).'.
I)EFEI'KING to the above the uiidei
Vj signed give notice that having ac
quired the exclusive right to the above
mentioned game pit'seives foi the spe
cial purpose of breeding game biid-,
liupoited and othei wi-e, all persons are
hi'iuby uotlll d and foi bidden fiom
lining 011 sa d lauiN to 'boot or bunt
gune of anv kind whatsoever. Any
person di-ieguiling this notice will lie
S. (i. WILDER,
" E. I SPALDING.
Honolulu. July h, IS 'J. 1(17 .St
Golden Rule Bazar !
W. F. REYNOLDS, PiioiMmnoit.
Sole Agent for the
Domestic Sewiiii ffiacliiiie
This Machine is now improved o
us to make either Cijain S'iiicii oit
Lock Stitch. Il stands at the head.
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
foi all kinds of Machines.
Sew.ng Machines cf all kinds
gJ0 Don't forget that this is posi
tively u CASH .STORE 110 private
individual can obtain Credit. Every
thing lli rtfoie Chhai.
Stationery and Blank Cooks!
GUI PARS, from $4. Q0 up.
AUTO 11 A UPS, MANDOLINES.
Fiiineau.x's Beautiful Views of Hie
Lawn Tennis Buckets ami Bulls,
li.ibo Balls and Bats.
Popular Bound Books
At 3fi Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
Of" Special Arrangements for school
A r OCT! lirvffD"
W I 1 1m XJ &m K
And Oilier Lute AnivuU:
Holsten Beer, Fiensburg Beer,
i:ilischlob lleer, Potter, Kle.. Etc..
Si. I. links A Milwaukee llecr, ips and its
(juails and Pints;
Claret, Poll Wine, bheny,
bwedbli Punch, Cognac,
Whlhkey, Kic., Etc. AIo,
HAVANA CIGARS !
1 Oil sAi.l. nv
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Th(! htihl tiling to himkI to
your frhmilK nhroatl Is Khi
Hros.' llliiritruliHl Souvmiir
of Hawaii, which in potion
up tor the p 11 r iM(8i) and is
1 not an lulverlisomont,
a 0AiU,'G Ii
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HAWAIIAN HARDWAKE CO.,
Fort street, oppn. Sprerkols' Bair:, II moliilu.
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11 .,'. : ,.77..: . ut .-iirff
Thu first requisites is a good plate. There MAY he other
brands as good as the StEO PLATS, but if so,
we have failed to find them.
A Fill wA Frisk Siply on Hand nil For Sale If
10!) ort SI reel. :
104 Fort tstroet, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery 1
WE HAVE THE VERV
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIB30NS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
6T FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHllDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
DouITb" DBCBiTBA ! "0 ?rT
i tJ'iniir of Smith and King Streets,
In seeking a niediuin wlimuln lo adver
tise your ,
WARES or WANTS
Don't be deceived bj the ileelaiations of
lllist'i upiiloits publUliei-, but
ex iiiihiu into the '
Of thu two English ihillle-. You will
Hud that while the Hlil.l.r.l in li
mit continually boasting, i
IT GETS THERE
In a way very gratifying to advertUers.
- AT -
ftuautities to Suit!
- FOB SALE BY -
H. HACKFELD & 00.
T O U T
"uohrivca RAT TRAP, mado in
Franc, lint bents anything of the
hind you ever saw.
seven at n time, if 3011 htne H1.1t
innh.i alibulyntir pi'emies.
Wo set n trap at night and cati li
lli reo or four rats nt n pop. Ifoiir
chickuns are annoyed by Gophers or
Mongeose set one of these traps and
you'll raise more chickens.
inmi'n f iu-u.t-wmara wlrll
IP YOU W-AKT 10
M A H s;
you riu 1 uiiLo
& CO., DRUGGISTS.
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LATEST STYLES IN
i oques t
Kelps a I'tiiuplete Line nf
Anil 1C ccivi Nliy 'i iit-.ji ii tut'iil.-. j
Lviij Mi uiiiei A I'U
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pom d.
rV(J LET :
COTTAGE on Einiuti stieet, lately oc
cupied by Mr. .McCarthy. Kent $'M
per month and water rate.
OOTTAGK on King stieot, Kowulo.
lately oceiipieil by Mr. Claiemu
Ciabhi). Kent S:'J per mouth and
water rate. -H;i Itn
I IIAVK lour Miie Ite-ldence Sites,
I i-itiiated on i likol stieet, tor sale.
I'ho Lot have a It oinuiri) of ill feel on
i'llkol slieel and are -U0 foel deep, am
nicely laid out In tfiut and shade (reus
mid aie all coveied with gr.i-s; watci
laid on ihiouglioiii. Tne situation of
ihese Lois and thu liuiiieil uiiiiiber make
it !iecir-.ii that iuteiiilmg pliich.iser.s
sluiiild iii.iku eaily ai)illcatlou to the
midurslgiieil, fiom vvlioui all p.trtlculuis
tun bo had. ,l.h. F. MOKOAN.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER jg- & BUILDER.
t Jobbing luomptly iiittiiidcd to.
84 HcrulanU SI. 'MjJXl&r Boll Tclo. 280.
Picluro Fnunos inaileto
ordor from latuht stylos !
luoulilins. KiMiovarion ol
old pictures: a specialty at
I lviug liros., Hotel stvuot.