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MONDAY, JULY 11, 1802.
O.in lk J G Lot., Nelson, 48 dajs fiom
Stmr iTitudlne fioin Maui
Slinr Mikahala from Kauai
Stint Mokolll for Molokul, Lima! and
Maul, lit 5 p in
Stmr .1 A Ciiimnliib for Koolau iintl Wui-
iiitiiutoat lu a in
fetinr YVahnaiialo for .Molokul iiutl l.am.l
nl "i p in
Stmr.) lines Mnkco for Kap'i-i, tit 1 p in.
Mini Ku i l:i for Koolau ut !) :i in
VbSSELS LEAYINC T0-M0RR0W.
S S I'lilniiis for l'oitlaud, Oi, and Vleto-
Stmr Waialeale for l.iiliaiiiu anil Hatna-
kna at 10 a in
Stmr i laiiiliiio for Maui, ut 5 p in
Mmr Mikaha'a for Kauai, fj p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Claudltie-1 hoiscs 1(1 hogs, i)7 hlde.
1)7 pkgs Miuihlus nml 201 b.igi
Fi cum Maul pur stmr Clandine,. Inly 10
v T Atkinson, .1 F 1) U:iiii-, Ak-iiia,
1) V Napihaa, Mr Aleneaotie. Win Tinn
er, . I (Jay and diiughtei, C U McVeigh
and wifi1, Miss Toms, Mi Napoleon and
child, DrGeo It vi belt, A Hui nos. L O
Maiden, AToogood. II G Tieadvvay. W
It llaidey and wife. Maiia Names, Suj
niour (.'umiinghaiii and wifu, M I
Deeker, Mrbloeuni, Wong 'lack and iiO
Fioin Kauai per tnn Mikalial i, July
10 Mrbouiur.-., Mis ypaiilding, Mis F
V Hastings, G E rairelii'd. Miss V l.ay
toli, MifsM Mclean, Mi- Konwull. U
Tuoli, Fltiudell, J iiiiniiijjliaui, U Xu
papa, ills J Mi'deiios, 0 11 lloluu, .Mi
Tennis, Mi-s I) Uosla. T Heuk and wife,
and .V2 on deck.
. The steamer Hawaii was hauled on
tile M. nine J'allw ay this iiioiniiij for a
'I lie sclioon r Hoo it l.eweis ieeeied
an additional iutulinuni of sugar from
the Mikahala to-day.
The Hiilili b.uks buinatra and Vcil
tasliae both cleaied in ballast for the
The S S Palnins docked at the 1 M S
S wharf at noon to-day to di-cliaige
what liltle ficilit he hud foi this poi I.
C. J. McCarthy tins lots on Lihba
fetieet foi sale. 3-tf
A oni.cK has. been lost and pay
Aiii:k shaving ute Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
btiNntJUN ielieed at once by Cu
cumbei Tonic. Benson, Smilli & Co.,
Thk Brunswick bilhaul pallors aie
tho most elegant pleasuio icsort in
"Wiir.HE shall 1 tee you this even
ing?" "Oil, same eld place, the
V.w.iuiu.i: piopeily on uliller street
will bu olleud at Jloigan'b laud sale
E. B. Fiiiin. has been appointed a
notary public for the .Second Judicial
Circuit of tho Kingdom, being Jlani,
Two pieces of land and a lease aie
to bo told by Jus. F. Jlorgan, under
forcclosuie of nioitgago. next Satur
day at 12 o'clock.
A ii:siiiaiii.i: lcsidcnco at Palama
elsewhere desciibed will be sold at
auction by James F. Morgan on
Dinar ions coiieo and chocolate will
bo sciwd ewiy moiinug caily at ihe
Piilaco Ice t'icain l'ailois, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Unlet Mrcet. 1-u
AuroNi: IIomi:n gives further notice
of a laudloid's sale to be conducted
by J. is V. Morgan, tho date of which
was changed fiom May 7 to July 1 1
noxt 'I huihdiiy.
Diti.sb.MAKiMi, Cutting and Filling
done at ladieo' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 7:iBeie
tauia bticit, or Jlulual telephone (WO,
befoie b .i. in. oi fiiliO p. m. 8-lJm
An aiiclion sale of v.ilualile leal es
tutu will be hi Id by .las. F. Moigan on
.Satunlay next at 12 o'clock. A house
lot in lear of the loeiilencu ol Mi.
Ulade, and two taiu patches i.eai ilm
lot, will bo sold.
Nonci:of public school examina
tions on (his island is given by the
Hcciotary of tho Boaid of Education,
who also anui'iiiiccb that the buiuiiier
t-oliuol vacation will extend to Mon
day, Septeinbor 12.
J)n. Li'Li.nnan has iciiioed to
Alakea biieet, opposilo thoY.iM.O,
A. hull, piemisi's lately occupied by
Docior Luu. Ollice houis, '.) to 12,
2 to -1 and tneniiigs (I to 7. Sumlavs :
10 to 1. BUI Telephone, 107, Jlulual,
The best spiing iiieilicmu is u dose
or two of St. Panicle's Pills. They
not only pliytac hut clciinso the whole
bystein anil puiify the blood. Kor
fculu by lleuson, buiith & Co., Agents.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
I nu Imiiil will piny at Emm, i
Sil'iHii' iliix cieiiiim.
Diamonii IIkaii, :i n. hi We.ithoi
uloiuh, wind fii"h imrilic it.
TllKilrrcUu v.i luwel ulit, njiuin
tliisi uioiiiiiig fur work mi the bar.
A.vnTiicu l.'h iiiiu in ivn nrioMetl
xt'-ii idii.v f."i iuu.Utoiil i'Iio fa phi..
Tin: lmiil miIu wineli wi- to lmvo
liikeii pliii-u mi .Suiitttiy wj pul-
pollill Until lieSI Snlllhliiy.
Tin: S. .-. 1'inii m t lyuiif on niio
hie l'iu 1 dile lu ill Will'l llilliisi
nil iii'C nille lielua i iill Hl-li'.l
Tin. in: h nny .i so- u( il'tinU-
Miiii ill tin- l'.iliee IJuiiri llus ninin-
'iij, nli ni wli iin wcie lliuil ill vaiym:
Hon. 11. W. Wilcox will holilu uiiis
ineeling at the Old Aiiuory to-uioiiow
ovening ut 8 o'clock to conuidor the
Pi nil Hurbor quuitioii.
Jilt. C. 11. UirkuY, tax ussepor foi
the ficcoml ilnision, . iciuoved the
ollice from Wmliiku to (Sit Ulistoin
lloiibc building ut Kuliului.
Tin: Itoynl llnwniiitn baiulwill give
a concert ut the Hawaiian Hotel to
morion evening for thu benelit of
p.ikaengerH by the S. S. Australia.
A yacht lace will take' place on
July llOili to 1 liiuii ii in :i eoo and re
turn. Siibsciiptions me b"ing innili'
for the juiiehiibe nf u ntiitablc prize.
Tin: Hawaiian jury gave a culici
on Satunlay in the tJupieino Court in
the contested Meek will eus-o hi favoi
of the proponenl, Jlr. Henry Smith,
executor, thus sustaining the will.
This is the regular meeting and so
cial ovening of the Scottish Thistle
Club. The club now receives the
leading Scotch, English, American
and Colonial poiiodicals by every
Mil. Goo Kim was oidered here
fioin China to take tho place of C
Alee, as Chinese Commercial Agent.
With hii wife and family, the gentle
man returned on I lie S. S. Palinas on
Tin: Post Ollice will despatch by
the S. S. Palinas leaving to-morrow
only letters marked "ia British
Columbia," iisthe Australia will ai rive
in San Fiaueisco befoie (he Pallium'
mail gets there.
Tin: IIu.il.ini Boat Club will have a
t-eniur ciew out soon, so an interesting
day's spent may be expected on Sep
lumber 2d, tho Queen's buthday. Tho
jiinioi ciew is out fieiniently for a
spin in the limbor.'
Pomck OrnciiK Louis Touissant
made a raid on a die fa gambling den
this morning and was attacked by the
inmates and had bis coat and shut
torn TouisMint, however, arrested a
Chinaman named Aiona.
HOME TEAM VICTORIOUS.
Neiiri- of tho Itillf .llulrli Hi'tween
tin' AHUoclutluii nml II. It JI. K.
The match between a team from
II. B. M. S. Champion and one from
the Hawaiian Killc Association on
Saturday resulted in a victory for
the home team, by an aggregate
score of G27 to '1'Jd. Each team's
score is appended :
ii. it. a. ti:a.m.
J G Uothwell
200 yds :
S00 yds :
C B ils'on
F S Dodge
II W Peck
."00 yds :
J II Sopei
200 yds :
.TOO yds :
C J Wall
A C Wall
200 yds :
500 yds :
J II Fisher
200 yds :
500 yds :
1555555 :i I
1 1.1 UJ 1
i ni i si
II 1-11 1 1-5513211-
5 15 115 I-1132521-
J N S Willian
S T Jluiuhiiiit'
S T Miirch.uil.
II. II. M. f. CHA.MI'IO.V.
1 111 111-
200 yds :
500 yds .
V O i a Vila
500 ydb :
200 yds :
I 131 153-1355335-
1 13331 1-5112032-
500 vds :
200 yds :
200 yds :
200 yds :
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THIRTY SHvI'II DAY.
Mon-uvv. July 11. 1S92.
71 nt'iit it-jr sciiiiim.
Piayets wcie hud nt 10 o'u'oclt
-hiu p." Pies dent Wa Iter in ihe chair.
At 10:12 u qu mini being piesi-nt the
uiiiiiit i ot i hi' pr'Viui iiii'i'tiu wcie
leiul If v Mill. .McCui li. ami Inti-i
piuii r Wih'ux -MhuiiLj wcie sip
pruv d an i imiI.
Hep. A. Hum r. the tiewlvelecleil
l?u(nisi niatne frmn the ih-l ha of
N. Ililu, piuoeii'uil hi cie leu.ials to
ihuJu lici.ii Cam mtu-e.
I he loihiwing petitions were pre
sented and leferieil :
By Rep. Kaiuuuoha that the pie
scnt Board of Health be removed
and a new Boaid of Health be elect
ed by the people. Tabled for con
sideration with a bill on the subject.
By Hup Kanealii (1) that Queen
stteet bu extended to Kalia. (2)
That watur pipes be laid along said
extension. Referred to Couuuittee
on Public Lauds.
Noblu Walbridge from 210 tax
payers of Wailuku that S5000 bu ap
ptoprialed for tho construction of a
new i ond from Kahultii to JIakeala
"inside ol the lirst row of sand
hills." To Committee on Public
Noble Neumann from residents at
the Leper Settlement, Jlolokai, that
Ii. W. Meyer be kept in ollice as
superintendent of thu settlement and
that W. II. Tell be removed. To
special Uoniinittee on Jlolokai settle
ment. Hep. Bipikane fioin Honolulu, that
certain persons at Kalihi be detained
thcie lor medical treatment. To
By Hup. ICaiiiauoha (1) that Mr.
Jlr. Lowell be appointed as Govern
ment physician. (2) That Jlr. Lowell
bu allowed to treat patients at Kali-
By Hep. Koahou from Central Ili
lo, (1) that a new Hoad Boaid be
appointed for that district. (2) That
those serving on coroner's juries be
paid. To Committee on Miscella
By Noble Pua from JIaui that
$500 be appropriated for thu repair
ing of a w haif at Kuau. To Com
mittee on Public Lands.
B3 Hep. Akiua from Waimea that
an old road bu opened belweeu Wai
mea and JIaua. To Committee on
By Hep Kaunainano from South
Kohula: (1) I'hat Government olllces
be nioie evenly distributed between
Hawaiiaus and foiuigners. To Com
mittee on Finance. (2) That thu
Postnnister-Geiiuial he instructed to
open a Jloney Order Ollice at Kawai
hao. To ihe Minister of Finance
(3) That Hawaiiaus having five or
more children he exempted from
taxes. To Judiciary Committee.
(4) That the law relating to compul-
soiy vaccination be repealed,
isanilary Committee. (5) That
Hawaiian school be established
Kawaihac. (C) That the pay
teachers of native schools be
ci cased. Both petitions referred to
I lie Committee on Education. (7)
That native Hawaiiaus be allowed to
practice medicine and that relatives
of lepers bu allowed to taku caru of
them. To Sanitary Committee. (8)
That Hawaiiaus be allowed to take
up homesteads on Crown lands. To
Committee on Public Lauds,
same member presented from
distiict of Haiuakiia petitions
That Hainakua be divided into
judicial districts. (2) That an Ha
waiian Boaid of Health be estab
lished. (3) That thu rights of thu
Government in certain lauds in the
district bu examined into. (4) That
native Hawaiiaus bu allowed to taku
up homesteads on Crown Lands. (5)
That native Hawaiiaus be allowed to
distill spirituous liquors. (0) That
thu Government make no cessions of
teirilory in any treaty. (7) That a
National Bunk be established. (8)
That all icstiictious bu taken off of
incoming laborers. (0) That native
Hawaiiaus educated in English schools
bu engaged as teachers. (10) That
thu Hawaiian vursion of the laws he
made binding. All referred to thu
Coiniiiiltec on Miscellaneous Subjects.
By Hop. Nahinii from Jlolokai,
(1) l'hat an appropriation of 83000
bu made for improving thu wluuf
at Pukoo. (2) That 82000 be
appiopriated for repairs to roads on
Jlolokai. To Coinmitleu on Puli.io
By Hup. Kamaiioha from Honol i
lu that Jlr. Lowell bu appointed as
Goveinmunt physician. (1) That he
bu appointed the physician at the
Hucuiving Station at Kalilii. To
By Hup. S. K. Pua from redduiit9
at Inilei that 82000 bu uppropiiatcd
for laying water pipus in that dis
ti let. To Committee on Public
Noble Nuiiuianii from the Judiciary
Committee reported that tho creden
tials of Hup, Albert Horner, as Kui
reset taliu elect fro u thu district ol
Noilh Hilo, were in pioper form and
they recommended that hu bu swoiu
in. Report approved. His Honor
Judge Biekeiion being notillud
waited on thu Assembly and swore
the iiiembei in.
Noble W. y. Horner from the
.Military Commiiluu on the item re
lation to pay of Queen's Guard,
)iusuolcd n minority report to the
effect that lliuy favored tho item
buing reduced to 825,000,wluch they
esliiualu would maintain a guard of
about 10 men. Signed by Nobles
W. Y. Horner and James Anderson.
Hep. Bipikane uUo signs because ho
signed the Ural (or majority repoit)
"under a misapprehension of facts"
ajid hu now "cordially endoiscs the
1 abovu repoit." Tabled, for consider
ation with lli.i' mijoiily icpoil and
i hi: Appropriation Hi 1.
Hep. iosepn fram a 'peeial oon
mlitee whs giniilid further time in
the consideration of Hills Not. 2ti
Ntilc Maofarluno read for thollr.t
time a hill authorizing the Mill -ler
uf I iti-rior tu grant iu lain laud lu
tlii-Mdior's 11 line Sue. ety ol II mo
lulu. Jlini-U'i Wliitim; lead f r the (1 si
lime a lull, topr vide loi 1 1 o, in.,
chiuig itid improving ot muuwnx .
li p K i m-iii. ! i.i icud fur ihe ll I
time hills ( I ) P amen I I'll iji 7 .s.
L 1S.S7 uiiiiiiii totlic Puhlii II.. dili.
(2", I'u amcii'l Chipii r 23 S L. 1 1
1871. an hoiii g hu Miuiit r of ic
liiiciior to ijia it license to disii 1
Hep. Ii. W. Wilcox by permission
made o ne slight changes m the or
thngiaphy, not sense, of his resolu
tion of Saturday.
The Clerk read reply of the Attorney-General
to questions propounded
by Hep. Kapahu and concerning
opium and liquor. Thu questions
were refened to the Jlarshal and hu
had forwarded answers to questions
1, 2, and 3. Question 4 "is couched
in such vaguu and uncertain lan
guage" as to bu unanswerable. The
answers of thu Marshal aiu as fol
lows: (1) During my incumbency
the Government has received noth
ing as proceeds from spirituous liquois
or opium reverted to the Government
through die judgment of the Com ts.
(2) Spirituous liquors seized on the
other islands are destroyed by the
Sheriffs, also opium when in small
quantities. Large qu unities of opi
urn aru sent to me. (3) None been
sold at auction. Have now in poss
ession about 20 gallons of liquor. (1)
Don't know whether there is any hes
itation on the part of thu deputy
sheriffs or not in taking alcohol
H-t'p. losepa questioned the Attoi-ncy-General
to thu effect that, on
page 5G of Report it is stated Unit
3ouie opium was stolen by policemen
and they were dischatged; is that
adequate punishment for larcenj ?
(2) Is that the practice of the Attorney-General?
Hep. Kamaiioha moved that thu
answers returned by the Attornuy
Gcnural be printed. The subjects
liquor and opium were interesting,
and many people desired to be en
lightened upon the manner in which
they were treated by the Depart
ment. Rep. Koahou also favored printing,
it seemed to be very dilllcult to ob
tain any account of thu opium re
ceived. There seemed to be a desire
to evade giving desired information.
Rep. losepa thought that printing
the answers would enable informa
tion to bu obtained. It was said that
the age of miiacles had passed but
he had htaid lately of opium being
turned into bricks, stiaw and poi.
This opium matter smulled worse
than the famous Kainapuaa (the hog
god) that had his hi i-tlcs bu nt in the
Volcano of Kilauca. (Laughter.)
Jlinister Whiting said that answers
had been given to thu questions
asked. No question had been asked
relative to the opium rtceived by thu
depaitment and no information had
been furnished in the answers. If
the members would look at p. 49 of
the department report they would
find that it is there stated that there
was 831 tins in the strong room at
the Station House.
Hep. Kauhi was satisfied that thu
Police Department was lotten fiom
the head down. He had interviewed
thu Jlaishal on thu opium question,
but could get no satisfaction. Now
as thu Attorney-General had desired
that hu bu interviewed for informa
tion he (the speaker) intended to do
so at an early date on behalf of cer
tain of his clients.
The member was still in possession
of the floor and speaking on the sub
ject when at 12:02 the Assembly, on
motion, took a lecess until 1:30.
FOURTH GRADE LARCENCY.
Albert Ryan was arresed on Fri
day last for the larceny of a nickel
watch valued at less than 85, the
propel ty of Ah Moke, a seivant in
thu employ of Mr. A. F. Cooke.
The watch was missed in the morn
ing and Ah Jloke had seen Rvau
leaving Ins room about the time.
Half an hour later Ryan was arrested
in thu Anchor Saloon, where the
watch was in the possession of the
manager. That's the Chinaman's
side of thu story.
Ryan stated that Ah Jloke had
asked him for fifty cents with which
to play ohe fa, tendering the watoh
in consideration until hu could pay
it back Ah Jloke expected to win
on the word "kao" and staked fifty
cents on that word, i'hu winning
word, howuver, was "iho" und Jloke
lost. Polico Justice Foster in sum
ming up the evidence took Moku's
story and finding Ryan guilty of lar
ceny in the fourth degiee sentenced
him to thirty days at hard labor.
ONLY A LITTLE FIRE.
An exaggerated report of a lire in
the Waiaiitiu sugar mill has been
given uy'lhu Adveitiser. Fire drop
ped fiom one of the furnaces and
caught a heap of trash, and the
hands put it out in a few uiiniilus.
As the building is stone and iron, it
could not burn anyway.
A traveling man who chanced to
hu in tho storu of E. V. Wood, at
McKces Rocks, Pa., says wlulo hu
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a litllu
girl came in with an empty botllu la
beled Chauibei Iain's Pain Balm and
said; "Jliiinma wants another bot
tle of that tin diciuu; she says it it
the best medicine for rlicumaltbin she,
uver used," 50 cent bottles for salu
by all dcalcis, Benson, Smith &Co,,
nii iii'Mi"atu. i)ii
They Evidently Like il !
IF NO" ; WHY WOT?
Piepiired dady fioin Freeh Fruit, it
cannot be otherwire than wholesome,
rettcshing and delieiou.
Our lending lluvorsiuo Pineapple,
Oiange, Sliawberry and Giapu Juice.
Wo hive all the others but oui
specialties aie those mimed. Ice
Cream Soda has also pioved Veiy
As we iiiauiifai'tuie our own Soda
Water from Pure Bioaibonate Sml.i,
wo iliiim it is tiellei than thaimaili
with marble dtit Those who Iiiim
tried it, concur Willi our staii'inciiis.
Having peifected the Ire Un Wi
an enabled ! piodiico culilir s dn
than In i cUifi .re.
All II. vols with ho dream, 10-;
Vichy Will ei .fir ; Saueilu unneu Waiei
and lluiiyudi W.iti l.
H08R0N. NEW.VJAM & CO.,
li:iTC l-'l tr-.
Ciipih'i' I'oel V Ivlmi xli'celh.
Auction Salci Dy James F. Morgan.
"VTOT1CK 1- hereby given that the im
ll ileisigned having disdained eui
taln Goods and Chattels, the piopuitv of
Jl. I. Silvaaild M. (Joiuu', foi nou-pa.v-mcut
of rent, utidui the statute In siieli
case made and piovidcd. and the said
leiual and eic-ts in disiialnt and lemoval
lemaiiiing still uiipdil aftn llfleeu (i.iy-'
dl-lt lint; t in- :i 1 1 1 GontN and i battels
will be offered loi ale at I'ublie Auction
at the MileMoom of .In-. K. .Moigm,
Aiictioneei, on rilt'ItslJv'i, .1 ill II,
lfe'Jl', at 10 o'clock A. m , oi o iiiiu li
thereof as shall be ncui-o-ary tu tb" p iy
uieut of all aueais at the time of sueh
sale, togellier with the co-ts of sueh (lis
tless, ii'inoval, eii'.toil and sale
The follow hii Is the ll-t of CooiK and
Chanel- above lefeiieil lo:
1 Hiipiii.iu Kngiue and Outfit. I Dy
namo, 1 et i onneeliini-, I'ullej-, 1 Til
hie, 1 I)e-k, Plating Tools, I el Llcctiie
Liubt Who ami Lamp-, 1 lion Wash
stand, 1 ut bolulii lis. ISatteiv Jai-, 1
Plating Tank, 1 Plating Tub, I I hum
Oil, 1 ct Pietme Fiame.-, 1 Winking
Bead and 2 Vice-, 2 blgu Buaids, 1
Buried, 1 ct riiuidtlu-'.
HSs3t ANTON IS IIO Jl EX.
AUCTION SALE OF
Property on Mir Street !
On SATURDAY, July lOLli,
A.'I" lli M)OS.
At my Salesioom, Queen tieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
TM Willi! Pi'opsriy !
On Miller street ncii the Queen'- Hoo-
liital. ami illiectly oppo-itu ihe rortu
guese Chinch. Thuie aie
Two New Cottages
On tliu place biliiguig in a lental of
, and also a Convenient Lot at lear
of tliu abovu.
tSf For furihi'i paitleulars apply to
,JAS. F. M()liANf
lfJS fit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Desirable Residence !
On SATURDAY, July 2tl,
AT li iri'MICIl .NOON.
At in) baliMiooin, Queen stieet, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
At Palama, adjoining the residence of
Mr C. B Dwigiit. and being a portion
of the piopeily of the K.-tule of Maiia
The Lot h.ib a floatage of 7-' feet on
the lane, mid is 100 feel ami Is U'O feet
deep. Thuiu Is a
cox v kx i kxt (,'orr.v(i k
On the Lot containing fi ltoniu-, Dinlng-
l.lfhlll 'lllll 1v1tl.lll.ll I III Till! l.lll 1 till
,(.(...( ... ..... , . .w. . ...
fenced; wider laid on. An iiiiu-ual op
p irtiuilty (o otiiaiii a Convenient Resi
dence. Sxif Por fuitherpailieulais apply to
J AS. F. AlOIUiAX,
((IS lit Auelliuieer
C'MIKCK :t'.it iliawn on P. A. Seluiefei
J i, to. hi fuvoi of (J. JlcAvoi for
$!J.t0.7i. Pavineut liavltu been sloiiul
nil pel. -oils aio caulloiieil agallisl litgo
llallug cheek. Hudei plea-u leave at
P. A. Sihaeler A Co 's ollleo
liib 31 Aakea stieet.
Miss .Maiiv Lvi.n.lately book-keeper
wild F.gaii A Uunn, i ,'opaitd l"lu
stciioiaphiug and lypu-wiiiiug at
lliodoiatu lali. (iradimlo u( lleald's
Bilkiiicbs College, San Piaul-itco.
Oillm with U. J, JlcUmihy. 5 ,Mui
I chant sirijat, 2-lrn
m?ya n-. tes ; rfc
V -k i J t LcV
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stn'ot, oppo. Sprerkels' Bun'-:, II .! il nl i
p- aSSK'aPs ''aim
aii vtraa iwn i rj ra &) -uuni v-
'HirXiKTlli r5 l v k ic
Tlio first reqitifeitt' is a ooil pl.iti-. Thui'e MAY Ix other
brands as g-ood ab the cU PLATtr, hut il' ho,
we have tailed to find them.
k Fall ai Fresh. Supplr m Hem M For Sale oy
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
UMt ort Nlreel. : : . : : : riuiiuliilu. It. I.
hi i mi m
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY LA PES P STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIB30NS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
rear FOR I WEEK ONLY -i
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Hull l DO UduulVuU . I IIWK tl.i-"da7"given to Monty
I Davi-, .-i (I. U ildei and C. 1.
ckltig a IllUllilllll wluiii'ln to tulvui-ll-ii
t be deceived bj the declinations of
IlllbCllipillolls pilbll-liei-, but
CMiiitiuu iutii the
Of the two LuglUh dallies. You will
Ibid that while the ISui.i.uti'.n It
not continually boasting, '
IT (IISTS TIIBUlfl
In a wnv verv gtalifiuj lo iidverll-er-. I
- AT -
Quantities to Suit!
POlt SAM'. 15Y -
WARES or WANTS
We lmvo n HAT TRAT mndo In
Fran'", lint braU uiiyllilog of tho
Idiiil yotl ever raw.
THEM ALIVE I
set fn at n time, if von liavo Hint
main about yom promises.
We et a imp at nijiht and catch
llirce or four rats at a pop. If yottr
chickens are annoyed by Gophers Or
.Wongr-osc set one of theso trap and
you'll raise more chickens.
; I Yoi) ,VNTT0
Sijyy I lu ! HUE
Spalding tho e.i lu-lve light and piivi
lege to the g one pie-eivi - of ihe lauds
iliellliled in Ihe I.eilelun Kiilich. HN
u id- of lCwa and Waiauae, Island of
(igiiul) JAMHS I. DOWSI'TT.
lloiiuliilu, .Inly S, lb'J.
p i:n:imiNG to the above the undei
1 V figued give notice that having ac
quired ihe e.eliisivi! light to tint abovu
lueiitioiied g.iliie pie-eive- foi Ihu -pu-eud
piuvo-u "f bleeding gaiuo blid-,
unpolled and otlieivvlse, all pei.-on-me
lieieby iiotill d and loi bidden fiom
aniiig on said land- to -hoot or hunt
i:i"i:UKINO to the above the undei-
1 game of any I. ml whai-oever. Any
' peison (lipiegiKluig this milieu will bu
promptly pipelined. .
Olgliuii; lll'.llll " -J,
n. l. vv n.wr.u,
' i:. 1. .SPALLINO.
Honolulu, duly h, Ife'J. -tUTllt
o. l. beito,
Corner of Sinitli and King StrouU,
Keepn a Complete Lino of
ud Hiei'ivi New t'uilgiuuoilla by
Kvny Meainer. AUo
i'esli Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
1 HAVi; linn 1 ine lte-ldenco Sties,
1 lt ii i t - 1 en i iikol stieet, lor sale.
I'Iio l."f Il 'Ve ii Iiiiiilasje nt 1)1 teet oil
Plikiiii.iieeiiiiiil.it- Joll fea deep, aiu
nicely 1 ild nut in iru.t and Miadu trees
and aie uh eiivviei wuii gi i-bi vvatur
laid oil Ihraiigliolil. toe elluatloil (it
i lice Lot- mid tliu limited uuinbci make
It iiiHttrviiry that Intending piiichaton.
thwiild miiku eull) application to thu
iiuiturslgned, fioin wliom all pntlcul.iis
lum bu had. .1 h. K. MOHO VN.
l'iisturu Frames imululo
ordt'i' i'riiiu laluat styles ut
moultiiii.s. lUMiovalioii of
nlil itii'turiH a M'tiitlty sijt
lvluu lr)S lloti)l slruuli