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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1892.
S Australia, llouillelte, from San Kinu-
Stmr Polo from Kami
S S l'ahnas for Portland, Or, and Victo
ria, 11 C
Am bktno S G Wilder. Uiillltli, fur San
FraueNco, at 1 p ni
Am bjjt Win G Irwin, MeCulloeli, for
lint bk Vuiitas, Stelnuiau, for Poit
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hull :iS72 lug ensni', lit
bajs coffee, ''.") head cattle, 12 i).
ileu, 22 pkgs hides, 100 pkg- "un
Fiom Hawaii and Maui, per .stmr V
G Hall, .luly 12 Mus Kelly, .Miss Kelly.
Mrs J 1 Dow sett, .Tr, Col Sam Xorns, A
11 Nuone, Jhs Manool Jleis, Mrs A 15
Toma, Mis Kolani, .Mis HE ltobius, K
McDndc, :S Chinese and 11 deck.
For Maui and Paauhaii per ste liner
Cbiudiiie. .Inly 12 lion It 1) Walbrid,
and wife, It Cation, wife and -1 chililicii,
V Turner. EK Wendty. Mother M.ui
annu. Mr Gray, Miss Maud Baldwin, II
U Tieadway and wife, A Iiainen.
For K.iu li per stun- Mikaliala, July l'i
-JusItJuild, A F Judd. .Ir, i.s G
Kmccl and 2 ehildivn, S E Damon, U
StoeeKle, Master Mist, (! on llanu, A
llchlcmaiin, II I'mimnliaiii ami wife,
MU J Sinltli. Mis E Blake.
From Mm Ki.iiii'ibio per S S Austra
lia, J illy l.'l W If Aldiieh. MUS Helen
Aldiieli, Ficd'k AudiiMY. M'i L A An
diews ami child. W D Baldwin, G
Brown, Miss Virginia Calhoun, D II
Campbell, Jlrnfl Ln-)ii and :) ehildren,
Mis Feieiia, H W Fiteiald. MNs A M
Fulton, A H Glascock and wife, Mi--.
Gilmer, Miss S K Gray, M;ifer S
llunillev, It W lanney. Mis i I, Kin
.Tudo K V Ilcnshaw, Ml-. T 11 Hobiou,
Mi-s Lewis, iluny Lewi-, wite ami
-eivaut, Mi A JkDou.dd. Miss Maiie
.Maigo, Cnpt Win MaUon and wife. A A
.Moore and wife. A A lo-iru, .Tr, Mi?-,
Mooie. 1' O'Biien, Mis II Peteiicu, Ml
Dr L Kusscll. Miss t-chulfiibeifj, S M
Sliorti iilge, Miss Kate W Stnney, A O
Strow, (.laiio picokcls, wife and 2 servant-,
W A Wall ti lid wile, Mi.ss West,
Mi-s Lilian Willis J Charles Wilson,
Claude Wise, .fules Despontaines.
For San FiaucNuo, July 111 Per bktne
S G Wildr, E W Day; per byt W G Ir
win, L P Fisher.
For Poit Townsend per hi; Veiita,
July 15 James Graujrir and John A
The schooner Alice Cooke llew her lias;
at half-mast to-dav out of ic-pect to the
late A J Caitwiiglit.
The .ship Topgallant, 1210 tons, has
been chniteied to load coal at Dcp.utuic
Bay for Honolu u.
The schooner Sarah A Bli.a anived
this moriiliig with a full Joad of lice,
een her cabin bolnic packed with that
aitlcle. Wheio, oh, wlieie is the line
The Ameiicaii sliip John 0 Potter ex
perienced rough wcatlier on her tilp
fioin here to all Fianci-co, which car
l UmI away her inaln-topuiast stay, lion
woik aloft, split main upper top-all,
main topmast Ia sail anil inicn lop
sail, and washed awaj p.ut ot the top
gallant rail. Mie went up In 21 daji..
,u living June 21st.
The barkentiuo S G Wilder and thu
biigantliiu v G It win left for Mm Fiau
cisco within a few minimis' time of each
other tills afternoon. At il o'clock the
Wilder was vmiMiliig hi the hoii.onto
leewiud with the Iiwiu In her wake.
The Wilder had a cm go of l!i,'J(U b.ig
of sugar, valued at $.')ll,l:l".Sl, and the
It win had 18UU hags of liie same aitleln
valued at 8U2.")2.
The Bui. UiTih acknowledges the ic
ccint of the Annual Mipplcmcnt of the
Daily Counreicial 'e anil .shipping
List, issued July 1st. It contains, be
sides l eg u hi i- shipping news, a icpoit of
total anil pai tiul Ioskch and minor ma
line mishaps for thu year, including the
wiccks of tl'o John P West off 7)la
iiiontl Head, Honolulu, Tamei lane, off
Puna, Hawaii, and .schooner Maiy at
S. I . NOll.S.
Depiu Hues July !?, tier bk Paul Isen
berg and bktueSN Castle foi llomdiilu,
Piojeetcd Depaiiuics--Ju'y 0, Ainbk
Foicnl (jueeu for Honolulu.
BHYaNT-Iii Honolulu, July 12, to the
wife of E. G. ISiyaut, a sou.
BOXNAJt In this city. July lit, Catli
ciluu Bouuiir, aged fil jcars.
OAUTWJtlGUT-At W.ilklkl, July 12,
181)2, Alexander Joy i ailwright, in
bin 7ilid .car, hoi n in New Yoik
City, Apiii 17, iwio.
1T 1'iuieral will take place fiom tlie
family lesldmice, comer Union and
Beietanla stieets, at il p. in. on Thins-
tliij.Jiilj 11, Ib'JJ.
Hit. LoLl.NNAN has lemoved to
Alakea stieet, opposite IhuY.M.C.
A. hall, pieinises lately occupied by
Doctor Luly. OHice Imttie, 'J to 12,
2 (o -i and evenings 0 to 7. Suutlavs;
10 lo 1. Hull Telephone, 1U7, Mm mil,
LOCAL AND QEKERAL IJEWS.
TliK luiiil will pluv to-niglit ut llie
i - - -
Diamoxp IIi.au, a it. in Weather
raining; ivnnl hm, nnrtlfeiist.
Cot. Clim SpiccltuN intended t1ii
tin.riiiiiy's M-iiiiti of thu L'gislituro.
llAimv LiiWls ni'd wife nu lrin
tutiiii iitti r it tJi-iisnnl liip ttbtoiil
ll.n ly look- w. II,
Mil. mill Mr. Ul nt Spri'ck"l Wjrn
I m.- cngiH hy tli S. S. Atismtlli lltN
moriiiiig for a si ot visit.
Pt'lisr.it Laurie . I Umiu nf tlio S. S.
Au-iiiilin In-Hip tli inks of Ilia llui.-
I.I. I IX III) lll'Hs, f.lVl.tS
4 uTr.i.i.i.N .1 maiiiies ntiii nine
jack Is weiu l.iinlul fnnil the U. S
l' l.ig'hip .n Km icNiiu this moroiiu
fi'i (lull on Hi PI llui.
Tun United Stales Giuisur Hoton
was expected to leave San Francisco
on July lfi for llono'ulu, to lelieve
thu U. S. S. San Francisco.
'I'm: hiigantine .1. D. Spreckels
willi V. V. Aslifotd on board was just
eiitciing San Francisco when the S.
S. Australia was coming out ou July
FotdiiuN jniors lire oi tiered to ho
present in tlio Supreme Court to
moirow intiining at D :!J0 o'clock.
Hawaiian jiiiurs will not bo'miuiicd
iMii.Miniifb of the Salvation Aim
look advantage of the huge gntheiing
at the mass meeting last evening and
did nliuloexli'iiUtioii previous to tin
calling of the meeting.
Lr.rriiitK to June 17 and a cable
gi urn of July 1 have been received
tiom the Piinccssof Hawaii, announc
ing tint she is in excellent health and
prospering in her studied.
Tim: coeo.inut tree shipped from
heie on the Vustralia on her last trip
ai lived safely in San Fianeisco and
was successfully planted in the con
seivatoiy at the Golden G ite Paik.
Tut: free silver coincge hill luis
p.is-ed the Senate .iinidat gieat ex
citement, and is now pending in the
House. Pie-ideiil Hairison will al
most certainly veto the bill if it pass.
Cai'TAINs Larsen and Ivatn.iu.i,
with Ullicura K.uip.i, McGinn and
others, scooped in a che fa game at
the "Japan Sen." Kukui Place, this
afternoon. They caught two Chinese
and a native.
An Ivt.v was aiic-ted tins morning
o i complaint of Yee Aleen, his em
ployee, that he had assaulted him
with a stick. Kin was promptly tiied
and being loiuid guilty was sentenced
to pay a line of J!). Quick woik.
TiiKclosing exercises of theCliincse
Mission School, under the cine of thu
Hawaiian Board, will be held to-moi-row,
Thm -day, in the Chinese Y. M.
C. A. Hall on Dcietauia stieet, begin
ning at (J o'clock p. ni. All friends,
of the school are cordially invited to
Tin: oinithorynehus has spiained
his wrist so badly at the Volcano
House lh.it lie cannot speak and con
sequent ly nil delinquent debtors un
fit e f i mil his peisnasive and gentle
minislraiious until July 22, when he
hopes to be round their heaits in love
uud faith as per usual.
A kui.i. bench decision of the Su
preme Court was lilt d to-day, requir
ing the M.iish.il to serve a civil writ
on Luu Chen, one of the Chinese di -t.
lined for want of a passport ou bo.titl
the schooner Tiaiisit. 'I ho Ciuiit
holds that Chinese prohibited from
enteiiug the Kingdom mo not ex
empted fiom the au.hoiity of its lawn
when within the teniloruil juiisdie
tion of the Kingdom.
C. J. McCaktiiy has lois on Liliba
si i cot foi sale. ii-tf
Tin: S S. us.ti.iliu is announced to
sail next Tuesday.
Aiti it shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Bciiron, .Smith ii Co., Agents,
Sijniiukn icliovcd at once by Cu
eninbui Tonic, llensoii, Smith'it Co.,
IIoLl,ls'ii:it A- Co. again havo sonie
tliing of inteicst to devotees of llie
Tm: Uiuiiswiek billund pailors aie
the most elegant plcasuio lesoit in
"Wiir.iti: shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
Uiunswiek." (i tf
Tin: Fire Police aio specially called
to attend the funeial of the late .Mi.
Fiii:.sii fioen oysteis by the steam
er aie on call, any style, at the Bea
Di.i.icious coiiee and chocolate will
lie served eveiy morning e.nly at llie
Palace lee Cieaiil I'nilois, Luilwigsen,
.t Cion, lintel street. 1-tf
Mk.miikks of the 1'iro Department
aie summoned to assemble at thu Bell
Tower at 2 :lt0 o'clock lo-morroiv, to
attend the funeial of ex-Chief Engi
neer A. J. Ciilwiight.
Dki-ssmakino, Cutting ami Fitting
done tit ladles' houses. Peifeet lit
guai.intted. .MISS WOLF, 7il Ihre
tauiit slicet, or Mutual telephone (i'JCi,
btfoio 8 a. m. oi ft :!!0 p. m. S-lliu
MilMiiiiiis of 11 iw.uian Lodge are
suminoiied, and othti Masons invited,
to assemble at 2 o'clock to-moirow,
for the puipoto of attending the
luneial of the late P.it Master A. J.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Steamer Australia, II. C. llouil
lelte, Commander, sailed ftntii San
Francisco July (i, 18U2, at 2 p. in.,
with 32 cabin and 20 steerage pass
engers, mid lift bags mail ; experienced
liouvy weather with high sea for the
lirbt two days, thence to port lino
weather with moderate sea. Arrived
at Honolulu July iyih tit 7 u. tu,
Vr.rtNT.siuY, July 13, 1802.
Thu Assembly was cillutl lo order
it 10 ii'e oek for prayef. At 111:15
t'je inliiutes of the picvlom ineeliiig
were tend tiinl approved.
Nobli' William Irom the Piin'inir
Ciuiiiiii tee leporieil Hill No. 10.1
I'ep. Ilitsli rot' lo si (iiesliou oT
piivilege an I slated lint he was in
en or in tiling llie mime of J II.
Mi'lling lis iccciviuir p'V for seuret
sei V lee mi the p ilice. lie ll id found
fiom twillcu evidence mid st dements
that he lnul done the pel son an unin
tentional injury by so using his name
and ho now deiired to endeavor
to counteract, the effect of that state
ment. Under suspension of the rules Hop.
Ktipahu presented a petition from the
distiietof Kan that S8000 be appro
printed for roads in thai district. To
Committee on Public Lands.
Fiom the same district the member
presented a number of unread peti
tions which were referred to the Com
mittee on Miscellaneous Petitions.
Minister Whiting moved recon
sideration of the vole on Bill No. 8S
so as lo allow a correction, which
being carried the correction was
made and bill again passed lo en
grossment. Hep. lvouhou presented the follow
ing questions to the Attorney-General
(1) Has (lining your incumbency
any coinniibsion as police ollicer
(special or otherwise) been issued to
oue W. Whaley, and if so please
slate date of commission and if said
person still holds such commission V
(2) Have any commissions as police
olliect (special and otherwise) been
issued by the Marshal or 3011 to any
person not being u. naturalized citi
zen of this country, and if so please
slate how many aliens hold commis
sions as police olliceis. (3) Do you
consider such commissions if issued
to aliens valid and in conformity with
our laws? If not, state why you
Hepiesenlative K. W. Wilcox pre
sented the following
IlKSOM'TION of xox-conkidknck.
Whereas it has become an obvious
necessity thai immediate action be
taken by Her Majesty's Government
to obtain such relief as is possible
for the country in the piesent disas
tious financial ciisis caused by the
withdrawal of the commercial advant
ages which tot tned the consideration
in tlie Itccipiocily treaty between this
country and tlie United Mates of
America, and, whereas, the present
ministry have taken no action in the
matter and have formulated no ade
quate foreign policy:
W hereas, the decrease in values
and general depression in all blanches
of business render it necessary to ic
duce the cm rent expenses of the.
Government and to find new sources
of revenue anil to provide for the
moi e effective and economical appli
cation of funds lo public improve
ments, and whereas, the Ministry
has not only failed to propose any
measures lo meet the exigencies of
tlio times nor formulated any policy
for the coming period ; but have un
warrantably delayed tlie business of
the House and have hindered the ef
forts of individual members to cur
tail the expenses of the public ser
Whereas, in order to regain our
commercial prosperity and to take
the best advantage of our position
and resources to secure gcueial ptos
perity it is necessary that the Minis
try should consist of lepresentativc
men who have the support of the
Legislature and the confidence of the
people, and who can, by allaying in
ternal st life and discoid, secure
peace ami harmony at home, anil re
spect and consideration abroad, now
lie it Itesolvcd, that the members
of this Legislature do hereby express
their utter want of confidence in Her
Majesty's present Ministry.
The inti mincer said that the ieso
lutton was an important one and, as
hu desired lo give llie Ministry an
opportunity lo prepiuu themselves 10
answer, he moved that the considera
tion of the resolution be defeued
until 2 p 111. this day.
Hep. Kamauoha considered thai
the importance of the subject de
munded that it should be belter cir
culated. He moved thai the resolu
tion be piintcd and distributed, and
thai the coiisidetaliou he made the
speei d onler of the day for Friday.
Noble Baldwin agteed thai the
subject was an impoitiiut one. He
moved that the consideration be post
poned until one week from Thurs
day, viz., July 21.
Hep. Wilcox withdrew his motion
in favor of thai of Hep. Kauutioha,
uud Hep. Kumainl a accepted the
amendment of Noble Baldwin.
Hep. Bush considered that to
morrow would bo time enough.
Hep. Kanealii said that a week
from Tuesday would be ample time,
besides, us the steamer Australia
lift ou Wednesday it would give the
Ministers an opportunity to "skip
out" if they desired.
.Minister Parker said, in behalf of
the Ministry, thai there was 110 need
of any delay. The Ministers, weic
ready now uud u all limes. They
asked for no concession of time ;
that was for llie House to consider.
As for the Cabinet Iheirtuiswer.s were
Noble Neumann thought thai it
would be advisable lo get thuiiigli
willi the consideration ot the items
of the Appropriation Jiill before
taking up tlie resolution, lie favor
ed u delay of two weeks.
Noblu Mnofntlnne ngrecil with
Noble Neumann, He did not con
sider it proper to pmpoie n chango
of Ministry right in Hie middle of the
cimsideinlimi of the Appropriation
Bill. If iiny change took pi ice in the
Cabinet now he conflicted that it
would iuterieie with the good woik
now going 011 In the cnusidii'ilion of
the ApJIli p'illljiui IM
Hep Smith thong. u that It would
he 1111 i-c to deler the cnusidi-t.iiio,i
of the le-oluiioii for loo long 11 tun
Hep. While was in favor of llie
mailer being consider d ou next
Tuesday. ''Wo Hawaiian" havv
nut had the same oppniiiuliy to make
si lies that the finenMicis 'had hid,
llicrclnic he unulil like a little time
In ir. his band at the mutter. Tiles
d iy would give p ent.v of tune. Tnerc
h id been -e oral di-iingui-ilu d am
nils in llie coining by llie stcntei
Atlst.i iilui limn Sill 1'iaucisci), (ie
ferriug to Colonel Claus Spreckels
who was Bt-ated on the lloor of the
House) probably some of those have
come here and desired to try their
hand at elate making. (Hoars of
laughter and applause, Col. Spreck
els acknowledging the "shot" by a
wave of his hand to the speaker.)
Ou motion the consideration of the
resolution was defencd until Thurs
day, July 21st.
Hep. S. K Pua offered a resolu
tion d nouuciiig the Marshal ami
asking for his lemoval.
Ptesident Walker said that the
resolution as presented was out of
'Hep. Katnauoha amended the reso
lution so as to he directed to the
Hep. H. W. Wilcox moved that
the resolution be considered ou July
Noble Baldwin moved that the
resolution be tabled and, after some
little argument on the mutter of
order, during nlueh the President,
Noble Neumann and Hep. Smith got
into a taingle, tlie motion was car
ried. Hep. KauiaU'ihu, from a special
committee on the bill "lo oieule an
additional poit of entry," at Ilonou
ipo, Hawaii, repmted to the effect
that "we feel it is our duty to recom
mend for benefit of the public and
the Government, that the said bill
pass." Signed by Hep. Kamauoha,
Nobles Hind and Williams. Tabled
for consideration with bill.
Noble J. M. Horner from the Ways
and Means Committee leportetl on
Bill 33, relating to increase of re
venue and to the nlfect that they had
amended the bill and designated it as
33a. The new bill increased the
duties on luxuries uud was estimated
by the committee to add S20.000 to
the public revenue. Tabled lo await
the minority report.
From the same committee, the
same member reported on items of
tlie Bureau of the Ititerior Depait
lueiit us follows :
Salary of Minister, 59000.
Salary of Chief Clerk, SG000.
Salary First Assistant Cleik, 3(100.
Salt.ry Second Assistant Cleric,
Salary 3 Assistant Clerks and
Typewriter at $75 each per month,
Salary of Messengers, $1500.
The item of -1th Assistant Clerk
the committee desire to be insetted
with the proviso that the collection
of water and market rates be trans
ferred lo this Bureau.
IlUItKAU OK SUKVr.V.
Salary of Surveyor Geneial, $0000.
Salary of Assistant Government
Lund Surveyor, 81200.
Salary of Assistant City Land Sur
Salary of Assistant in charge of
Cilice Meteorology, $1200.
Salary of Second Assistant, S2880.
Kxpenses of Field Party and Spe
cial Set vice, 87000.
Salary of Messenger, i)(i0.
A reduction of $28,1 (JO in the
estimates for this Bureau arises from
the fact that the Committee cousideis
that only necessary work should be
done this period.
IlUItKAU OF CONVIITAMOr.S.
Subtly of Hegistrnr, 80000.
Salary of Deputy Hegistrur, 831500
Pay of Cleiks, SO 180.
'The expense of this Bureau is
80310 less than last period.
lilJItr.AU OI" IVIMKIIIATIOS.
Salary of Japanese Inspector and
Salary of Secretary, 82-100.
The Committee do not believe the
olllce of Inspector General is longer
necessary. They recommend the
item be struck out uud the salary of
becrelury bo reduced us above.
'Tabled for consideration with the
Noble W. Y. Horner lead for the
first time u bill to amend Sections 2,
3, 1,5 uud 0 of Chapter 82 of the
Session Luwh of 1800, relating to
Houd Boards and Road Supervisors.
At 11:58 on motion the Assembly
took recess until 1 :30 p. in.
CO'JTAOK on Kinum street, lately oc
cupied hy Mr. Mm arthy. Kent :iO
per mouth anil water rutu.
COTTAGK ou King stieet, Knwulo,
lately occupied by Mr. Cliuuiieu
Ciabbe. Kent 825 per mouth uud
wuter rate, 413 liu
'Airy Eviihlly Like ll !
IF f-JOT; WHY WOT?
Pi I'pmod daily fiom Fresh Ft nil, it
cannot be oiherw'ne tluiii wiiolc-onie,
relre.-hing and delicious.
Our lending llavorsuit' Pineapple,
Orange, Stiawbei l'i and Ompe .luice.
We have all the others but our
specialties are those named. Ice
Cream Soda bus also pioved veiy
As we manufacttiie our own Soda
Water from Pure ISic.nhonntc riodu,
we jlaiiii it is bettei than that made
willi marble dust Those who have
tried it, concur with our statement-.
Having perfected the lee 15o we
aie enabled to pioduee colder .-mln
t lin.ll lieletofoie.
All flivois with Ice Cream, 10 ,
Vichy Water, 5c ; Sauciluunnen Water
and llunynili Water.
H08R0N. NEWMAN A- CO.,
iisL't;c:i 'i t.
Cornoi' l'oet A: Ivlntr ! rrclN.
MKMHKHS of Hawaiian Lodge No.
21, F. it A. M.. aie icque-ted to
assemble at the Lodge Kuoin at 2 o'clock
sh.up TO-MOHKOW (TliuiMlay) V
TLKNO )N, to attend the funeral of
Alcxuudci Joy I'urtwilglit, P. M.
Members of Lodge le Piogies and all
sojourning bietlnen imicoiillallv invited
toatteud. T. B WALL,
470 It Jsceretuiy.
FUNIS ItALi NOTICE.
ALL Membeis of the Honolulu The
Police aie requested to n-i-iuble
at their New Hall, coiner Foil and Hotel
Ktrects, in Kull Unilorin, TO-v'O'OtOW
(Thm -day; AFl'KKNOOX. .luh Mill,
at '2 o'clock, to attend the funeial of the
late ex-Chief Engineer A. .1. Cait
wiiglit. Pel older.
170 It heoietaiy.
MKMHKH.S of the seveial Companies
aie lequested to ussuinblc at the
Hell Tower, Union Sipi.tie,
,vr '::io D'i'i h,
For the purpo-e of at'en ling the funeral
of the late Alexander.!, f'.mwiighr, e.
1 liief Kngineer of the Dcpiitmcut and
Honorary Member of Mechanic Com
pany Xo. 2.
SSf" Full Uuifoim without upp, uutu-.
A full attendance U tlc-ircd.
170 It PKKOHDKK.
FOIt HAN FUANCISCO,
Tlie Al .Steamship
"A US TR' ALIA"
Will leave Honolulu for the above
TUESDAY, .JUIitf I !)lli,
Bay" The unilei-rigned are now pie
puul to Is-ue Through Tlekutn from
this city to all points in tlie United
toy For fmtlier paiticiilain leganllug
Ft eight or Piib-Mge, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
170 fit (leneial Agents.
Pel S. h, "Anetialhi."
AtThe Beaver Saloon,
II.. I. MU.Ti:, Propi'ielor.
Mib l.. Lvi.i., lately iHink-Uei per
with Enun A (Jiiiiii, is . 'ipainl t- 'lo
fctenogiaphing anil t pe uiilint; ul
nioileiate i.ilip. Or.uliiate of lle.ilil'tj
Untine College, S.in Kuineueo.
OllUe wjth U, J. MeUuilliy, ilii Alur
cliuiit btreel, -lm
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HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
104 Fort Ssxree., Honolulu.
Ghoice Millinery !
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS ! NEW RIB30NS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
esr FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHUDRENS1 SCHOOL HA FS FOR 25 CTS.
uanUties to &uit
FOR SALi: 11Y
H. HAOKFELD & 00.
G. L. BEITO,
Cornei of Sinilli ami Kins Streets,
' Keeps u Complete Lino of
Anil Ket'fireb New ('oiifininenU Ij
I Every Steaniei. Alro
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
I .hu;-l in
' Dosipalilo Rssitoce Silas
1ILWK Pour Pino Ht'S-lilenee biles,
bltnated on 1 llkui Mieet, for bile.
The Lots h.te u lioniau'e of 1)1 feet on
, Plikoi ntieet anil mo 'JUU (eel deep, aie
I nieelv I. till out In liuit ami xh.Kle ln-cs
I ami aie all eoereil with gr.inii watei TAXPS fiF1 1 RQ9 T
laid ou ihiomjl.oul. The eliimtitiu of " " ' :
ihei-e Lots .mil the limited niinihei iniiKe ,. ,,, . . ,..,. .
ll neeeaiy tlmt Iiiteiiillii- puieh.ii-. WEMnEKh uf Hie ilillerent Poin
ehoultl imiKe early applkution to llie , XJJ- p-inifs, el.iiiiiinu exemption
iiiiileihlueil, fioin whom all piiileiihiia
. e.in he had. .1 h. K. MOUliAX.
li;l it io Fi'iiniuh iniitloio
ordtu from latest styles .:'.
! mouldings, i.'onuval ion ol
old uic.iurj.H a Mioc.iuHy ul
Kinir ltnut.. lintel u ri
T O U T
Wo htiTo a HAT TIIAI made In
France, that beats ntJ'lhir of tho
kind you ever saw.
WM ALIVE I
seven at it time, if you ltu, Ui.it
man) ihutit your premhes.
We set a Imp at nighl ami catch
tlireo or fottr rats at a pop. If vour
clilekutiS) are annoyed by Gophers or
Mongcosrj set one of these traps and
you II raise more chickens.
HAVING IIKCKIVKO A FRKSH
SI'PPLV OF'IIIK CKLK-
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N L AUK AGAIN ABLK
TO SUPPLY THIS
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LATEST STYLES IN
&. Toques !
; to anii'iiiuee the arrival nf the
J. G. PFLUGER "
111 Days from Itreiiien, with a Full
Oils & Piiintf,
Bnj8 & Brigging,
Ft 0 l- fi.S ,
Cement & Fire Clay,
Vi. ana Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
fium peu..nal tuxes, nuist appear
perciiiialty liefoin tho Absosmt ami
repuit their ineniheuliip, otlierwbe
, no e'inptioii will be ulUiiveil.
gjr btureUiiu whu lmvo not
handed in I heir lie! uf niHinUgrehip
to thu ii4iititiry nf UiViMMrtinuiii
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