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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1892.
Sttnr.l A Cummins fiom Koolaii.
i-OREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S an Franoisi-'o, Keur
Iti own, from San DIoijo
Am lilvinu I'lauter, JJow. tromSan Fran
cisco Am schr Aloba, .lolinson, from Sail
Am sclir Alice Cooke, l'enliallow, from
Dan bk .1 G l.ol, N'elon, from Hou
diu.is F0REIUM VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 .M S llioi. Miiri, fiom.Iapau
USs Uoston, fiom San Francisco, July
Am liktnc Writler, llcrmaii, from Syd-
Gcr bli J C Gladu. from Liverpool, Juni'
Haw sbip Ilidcn Biewfcr. from Glasgow',
duo Any 13
Am bk Muig.'iii't from Newcastle, NSW
JJk (Jietu from Newcastle, X S V
The B X Castle went on the dry dock
The American scliooner Transit's sail
ing h.tsbci'u iii'stponed.
Tiie steamer W G Hall will be duo
Ii inn windward ports to-morrow after
noon. The American blup Topgallant from
Departure liny euti-ied port this afier
noon to discliarge her coal.
The ship Morning Ught docked at tlie
foot of Fort street today and w ill com
inenco discliargiti'! lier coal tomonow.
RAINFALL FOR JUNE, 1892.
b'rom reports to the wather ser
Walakea, Ililo, 50 ulev 8.LJ
lJepeekco, lOOelev 8.48
lloiioniu, 9U0 elev 10 18
llouomu, 'J.)0 eluv i;:,:i.j
Hiikuliiii, -200 elev SOt
I.aupahoi'boe, 10 I'luv :t.;il
litipahochoc. !J00 elev 5.711
Ookaia, -10U elev 2.4:1
L'aaubau, TOO elev 0.M
Ilonokia. -100 elev 0.18
Kukiiibaele. 700 elev 0.8U
Xiulii, -200 ulev 2.01
X. IColiala, U.10OIOV 2.8!)
W'aiinea, 2730 elev 1.01
Jloluaioa, 1200 ulor 8.2 t
Kealakekua, 158U elev U.::t
Xaalelm, O.'iO elev
Volcano House, 4000 elev COO
Olaa, i:ilt ulev 8 8,")
Volcano Koad, 2(i. elev
l'oliolkl, 10 elev
l'oholki, COO elev
K'aliulul, 12 elev 0.05
Walkapu, c.OO i-luv 0.12
SprceUelvilli', 10 elnv
Kula, 1000 elev 1.11
lliilouknl i K.incb, 2000 elev
Olowalil, 15 elev 0.JI1
Mnpiilebu, 100 elev U.25
Koelu, K'OO elev
I'liimliou, 50 ti'ev , 1.88
Honolulu Town, 20 elev 1.12
Kulaokubua, flu elev 0.70
Makiki, loll elnv 2.S1
Kapiolaui 1'iirW, 10 elev 0 8!)
Million, HID elev 2.75
.Manna, UM of V-tl. 250 elev
Xuuanii, olleli'V 2 'i
Nuiianii, 250 ilev (i 0
Xiiuaiiu, -105 eluv 10.17
Xuuanii, ":)5 elev 11.70
Xiiuaiiu, I.uak-ilm, 850:lev 15,72
K am-oiiu, 57 elev 2.11
Aliuliuauu, il.'jO eluv.., 0 78
Walanau, 15 eluv , 0.00
Kwu Plantation, liOelev 2,02
King St., 15 elev
1'auoa, 50 eluv
Makawull , 0 07
Kilauca,:i25i'hv, 7 81
I.lhlie, 200 eluv 1,25
Too late for last mould viz. for May i
oleauo lloud 2.'-5
b'lluiiiiu , H70
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C. J. Lyons,
,i Iu charge of Weather gervicc.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
'I 111: It. M. H. Ainu d i will b. duo
! here mi I'mluy in xi, .Inly 0.
j 'I'm: i'iui'LMit ini'l Honolulu b.io
1 Ixll tniiii ui.-et mi riaiiiida.v afternoon
mi i In- diamond.
'I in: rcyu'iir niiKii I'M inos moot
ing "f Hiu Y. M C. A. will be huld in
its hull ut 7:'10 ill's venin.
Gni:froiis w- iu
ni'ifj'iiiiM ut i In1
so inner Ait'lfi'liii
us uumcrnus ni
dcpuitino of tlic
ycii id iy.
Tin: cniniiii'iii'i'iiii'iit I'Xi'it'i'Cs ni
Si. Loirs' (JolK'iiu will take p.ueu to
miiiiiiw UM'iiii't: ut 10 "VI ck
A mi:.mih:ii of .Met I ic
wishes II t:i M il ill il llu y
Willi lour fri'i" ni ill lit-'
were ''in H
Till: fi -nig i m ii'i-i-ni thu r.liu
kiiiiin (Jul-.' Si lioul will tal.i' pi n-o I
mm row morning, commencing ut D
At tho Hook's ociul lust night,
toast: wen1 hoiioicd to tho Queen, the
Li'gihluiuie, the Fire Department,
Chief Engineer Atch und ox Chief
David Onrtor was convicted in thu
Police Court this morning of n-tuiill
und battery on u Jnp.iucso woman
near the baseball ground on Tuesday
evening. Cutter was hcntunccil to
pay u lino of $50 and c )!ts
Johnston island was placed "outh
eaBluily" Mislead (f ''sontlnves'i'ily"
from Honolulu in yc.-tei day's paper.
The erroi was not noticed till just
after the paper was piintcd, but the
context would show anybody it wan
Tin: murine artist, Cli irlcs Hiis
tace, Jr., has placed tin exhibilion in
a window of the Hawaiian News Co.'s
store, a painting of tin-yachts Bonnie
Dundee, Holeuc and Hawaii in that
order. The painting is excellent, but
there is one fault, however, the jibs iu
the respective yachts h tve caught the
breeze on one side and the mainsails
Mu. SoperV Chinaman has recover
ed his wealth fiom the ruins of his
loom. A V. gold piece was partly
melted, as also a quantity or small
coins, but $110 in gold was all light.
All Ting, the Chinaman who stole tho
watch, w is arrested yeslcn'ay evening.
Ho was tiled in tho Police Court this
morning und was found guilty, and
given a sentence of one year's im
prisonment at hard labor and pay $10
A tiuai, tiip was made with the
views to illustrate Mr. Marsdcn's lec
ture, by the Camera Club last night.
Everything worked like u charm. As
many of the snap shots got by the
lcctuicr while in the Oiient fiau'
yiclded pictures Hint cannot bo got iu
tho open market, a unique interest
must attach to their pieseutalion on
tho screen. Mr. F. M. English will
Kivo musical selections. Mr Potter's
declamation, Tennyson's "Defense of
Lueknow," will be (hulling.
C. J. McCakthy
stii'ut for sale.
A new house of live rooms is to let
on Mag izinc street.
Aiti:u shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith Jt Co., Agents.
StiNiiuitx li'lievi'd at once by Cu
cuuibei Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Goo Kim is recognized by the Min
ister of Foreign Ail'airs, lie Commer
cial Agent for China.
X. Pltkkson oilers $100 reward for
convicting the poison or poisoiib who
set lite to his stables.
Wm. O. Atwatiiu oilers for sale a
carriage hoiso, phaeton and harness,
complete and in good order.
ItKMUMMHH tickets ut Mr. Levey's;
time and place, S p. in. Satuiday at
the Opera House; occasion, Mr. Mars
dcn's lectin o.
Ladii:s' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 715 Beretaniu street, Mutual
Telephone fi'JIi 8-:im
Di:i.ii:ioiih coiieo and chocolate will
be ceivcd oveiy morning e.uly at tho
I'alace Ico Clean! Pailois, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Hniel siieei. 1-if
Hu.staoi: & Co. will soil Algerob.i
Firewood at $11 u cord casli dehvuied
free hi'tweou 'the following limits:
Punchbowl, School and Liliha streets.
Hit. MoLun.s'an has removed to
Alakca slieet, opiosito the Y. M. V.
A. hull, pieinises lately occupied by
Doctor Lut.. Ollieo hours, 0 to 12,
2 to -1 and evenings 0 to 7. Sundavs :
10 to 1. Bill Telephone, 107, Mutual,
Miss Maiiv Lvi.i:, lately hook-keeper
with Egan it Uiinn, is ."epan d t io
stenographing and typo-wining at
modeiate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Business Colli go, San Fiancisco.
Ollieo witii C. J. McCaitby, :I5 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
OFFER FROM A SPECIALIST.
The Board of Health has had an
offer from Dr. Hansen, 11 great lep
rosy specialist of Norway, to come
to ihesu Islands to investigate thu
disease us jl appears here. Dr.
Hansen is. thu discoverer of the bacillus
of leprosy and Inspector ot Leprosy
for Norway. Ho suys he will be at
liberty to come in October, The
Board can take no action until tlie
Legislature completes consideration
of the Appropriation Bill.
A traveling man wlio chanced to
bo iu the store of K. V. Wood, ut
AloKees Rocks, l'a., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl ciiiue in with an duply bottle la
beled Chaiuhci Iain's Rain Rulni mid
said: "Mamma wants another hot
'lie of that inulieino; she say& it it
the best medicine lor rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles, lor sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Tta-usDAr. July 21, 1892.
Iti'iriiliuc Hi' 1 hi.
The Assembly convened nl 10
o'ulock, l're-idi'nt Walkur iu ihu
chair. I'iMVir by tin Oiiaplaui.
lteailiug of the iiiiuul us Uy the Clerk
Immediately :if cr the minutes had
I)l'cii dec ni'eil ttpp,ovcil ltep. Aih
i ihl iiiuved the Onicr of Hie Da,
wi.icll was Hie illsi usiloii ill theieso
lull, ii of "waul of coiiiiib'uce" in
iimliiccil by Rep It. W. Wilcox.
On ole tlie motion w.is loi.
Xolile IViersoii lioai tlie Juiliciaiy
CoiumiUet: presented a miuoriiy re
port on Bill No. 70 amending Article
G-l nnd 70 of the Constitution anil re
lating to the f oi in of the enacting
clause by the introduction of the
word "sovereign" instead ol King.
The minority 3113' that they consider
ed the change unnecessary, as they
belive that the Constitution should
not be tinkered with. They piopose
that the proposed amendment be in
definitely postponed. Tabled for
consideration with the Bill.
Rep. Ash ford now renewed his
former motion that the Order of the
Day be considered. Carried.
The resolution of "want of con
fidence" was brought before the con
sideration of the Assembly.
Rep. Robeit Wilcox moved that
it be considered iu Committee of tlie
Whole. The subject was of such
importance that il could not be open
to ihal free discussion iu the House
which it could obtain iu committee.
Rep. Rush was iu favor of the
motion, lie wanted a full and free
discussion of tlie matter. The ques
tion was not new, it had been discuss
ed by the public for the last 18
mouths. The Cabinet was well
President Walker called the mem
ber to older and reminded him that
the motion on which discussion could
ensue was that of Rep. Wilcox.
Rep. Busli continuing said in effect
that he hud heard that there would
be an effort made to tabic the resolu
tion. This motion would come, but
lroin a small faction aud who evinced
a dcsiie to put their fueton the necks
of Ilawaiians. They were aliens
who hud no love for this country or
its people. The member did not use
up the time allotted by rule, but pre
sented the lloor to Rep. Ashford.
Rep. Ashtord criticized mi article
published in the Advertiser relative
lo tlie proposed action 011 thu resolu
tion. He resented the statements
therein contained and considered that
the writer should be cited before tlie
Assembly for breach of privilege and
be censured severely. lie comment
ed on various expressions presenl"d
in the article. The proposition to
draw the color line thus advanced
would return to plague the projectors
a great many times before tlie Ses
sion was ended.
Noble Baldwin moved that the res
olution be laid on tlie table. In
making the motion he did not wisli
lo be understood as expressing him
sell iu any way on the question of
confidence in the ministry and when
he said this lie thought he voiced
the sentiment of a majority of the
members of the House, whom he be
lieved would sustain him iu Hie mo
tion to lay 011 Hie table. He said: "I
make this motion because, under all
the circumstances I do not like the
source from which tho resolution
emanates, nor tlie way it lias come
into the House. A resolution of
such importance should be well can
vassed before it is brought forward,
aud the iutrducer should have the
assurai.ee of at least a fair following
before he brings up such an import
ant question. It would appear that
the question had not been thoroughly
canvassed by the introducer, not even
iu his own party, and that lie has
but a small following iu this matter.
It is 11 resolution the most of us
knew nothing of till it was introduc
ed into tlie House a question we
were not ready to meet at that time,
and 1 think 1 express the views of a
majority of tlie House when 1 say we
arc not ready to meet the question
to-d'iy. At this time of linau.'ial dif
liculty and dcpicssiou it behooves us
us true Legislator not lo take a step
that involves a change iu the In 'ids
of the Government, unless we t'-el
assured that we bettor ourselves by
so doing and materially strengthen
the Government. If a qiie.stionof
waul ol cnnlldence is lo lie bioiieht,
let it be brought alter careful con
sideration, and iu a way Dial will ho
acceptable to a majority of tlie
House, and at a lime when it will re
ceive their endorsement. Ii makes
no diO'ercnce lo mo whether the 1 evo
lution came from a Hawaiian or u
foreign member, il was not presented
at a proper time, and I believe the
majority ot the House will support
Noble Young seconded the motion
and Rep. Robert Wilcox moved that
the Ayes and Nays be taken on the
question to "lay on the table."
The President slated that the
Caliiuet had a right to vote on the
Rep. Wuipuilani thought the rul
ing of the l'lesidenl was incorrect.
He did not think the Cabinet had
any right lo vole, as it affected their
Minister I'aiker said that as far us
the ruling ot the President was cou
ch uud, it would not affect the action
of (lie Cabinet, us they would not
vole even if opportunity offered,
Rep. Ashford objected to the rul
ing of the chair and look an appeal.
Tho President desired to draw the
Htlentiou nt the member from tho lid
District of Honolulu that he had hud
a different opinion about two years
ago. (Ltiuuliter. j
Rep. Ash ford No, Mr. President,
that was not my opinion but the
opinion of Noble 'lh'trsion. I ap
peal f 1 0111 Hie ailing.
On motion Hie nyet find noes weio
taken on the ruling of the Chair llml.
the "Ministers could 11te 011 a mo
tion lo lay the resolution of want of
confidence on the table." The chair
was not sustained by a vote of 4 iu
favor to '12 against 119 follows:
Ayes Nnliles I'elei sou, Neumann,
lloapili and Dicier- I.
N ies Nobles Reiner, Ivnii. Mac
fat lam1, Pun, Cummins, Wil i tins,"
lv.uliai.e, J. iM. Horner; W. Y..
limner, Hind, Mar-den, Yotc g,
Baldwin, Cornwcll. Walluiilge, An
iIctsuii, Thurston and G. X. Wilcox:
Rjps. Wilder, Bipikine, Alifoid,
Akt, Put, Ivuilii, R. W. Wdcox,
Bush, Nawahi, Ivoaliou, A. Homer,
ivaiiuaiuatio, Kaiuattolia, Wu'ptnl mi,
Kupaliu, Nuliiuu, White, Kuuealii,
Edmonds, Kaluiia, losepa, Aklnu,
Smith and Wilcox. -42.
The motion to lay tlie resolution
on the table was now put, an aye and
nay vote tabling tlie resolution, as
follows, the Ministers not voting :
Ayes Nobles Berger, Ena, Mnu
farlane, Peterson, Cummins, Wil
liams, Neumann, Kuuhauc, J. M.
Horner, Hind, Hoapili, Mnrsdon,
Young, BTddwin, W. Y. Homer,
Cornwcll, Walbrulge, Anderson,
Thurston, G. X. Wilcox and Drcier;
Reps. Wilder, Kaulii, A. Hoi nor,
Ivaiinamano, Waipuilani, Kipuhti,
lvaluun, losepa, Akiua, Smith and
A. S. Wilcox. ;i'2.
Nays Noble Pita; Reps. Bipi
kanc, Aslifoid, Aki, Pua, Wilcox,
Bush, Nawahi, Koahou, Kamuiioha,
Nuliinu, White, Kaneulii, Edmonds
A motion was made to reconsider
the vote just taken, but it was with
drawn. A motion to adjourn was made
and the President put it and declaied
A doubt being expressed, Noble
Cornwcll made a motion to take a
recess and tlie President put this
latter motion and in accordance
tberewitli the Assembly at 12 took
recess until 1: 30 o'clock.
Attain o'i tli I'IhIiim niul Again 11
Mtub:e--Tiv IIiirHCN Uurni-il.
Nick Peterson's stable on Bere
taniu street, Mukiki, was burned at
noon to-day. Two horses were
roasted alive in the fire. The Eire
Department made a break iu its usual
good record, doing a very slow job
of quenching the Hames. When the
alarm rang the driver of Engine Co.
No. 1 got the name Peterson from
the telephone and drove like mad for
Mr. Peterson's house ut Palama.
Engine Co. No. 2 gol the chemical
engine on the spot iu fair time, al
though its driver took some, time in
ascertaining the correct place. When
it arrived tlie stable und Chinese ser
vant's room adjoining were too fur
gone to save.
The chemical engine's tanks were
exhausted without putting out tlie
fiie, but not before allaying the
Hames so far as lo greatly reduce
danger of the (ire's spreading. Fee
ble streams from garden hose did
some little service in keeping tlie lire
from spreading on the fences lo other
premises. Mr. Peterson's house was
saved at the start by water splashed
on it. After u wait of over half an
hour No. 1 engine, having been tele
phoned for by Foreman Robert
More, came along aud drenched the
blazing heap of ruins. Chief Engin
eer Asch bad refused permission to
have the chemical engine's tanks re
filled, us with only a garden hose the
steamer would be there before the
operation could be completed.
Prisoner working near by were
the first to raise the alarm. The
stamping and kicking of the
horses at the beginning of their tor
tures were heard iu u Chinaman's
store on the other side ol Berctunisi
street, but the group of loungers
there thought somebody was teasing
the animals. Men from the road
gang and tlie Chinese servant tried
to release the poor brutes, but were
diiven buck by the smoke aud heal.
The horses were valued at S200 each
by the owner. Some harness and .1
quantity of feed were burned. The
loss is 8G01I at least with no insur
ance. Il is fully believed by .Mr.
I'etemon that the origin of the flro
wus malicious. 1 he fire started 111
Hie stall next to the servant's room,
ul the end of the stable nearest tho
Cut. MORRIS L0SS.
The foreign jury at .'1:12 to-duy
rendered a veidict for the defendant,
two dissenting, in the dumages suit
of Col. Norris against Emily do
llerblay ol New York. Counsel for
the plaintiff noted exceptions aud
gave notice of motion for a new trial.
Mr. J. 1. Rlaue, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped on? of the severest
altucksof pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during u
recent blizzard, 6ays the Mutuality
Jiuview. Mr. Blaizu had occasion lo
drive several miles during the storm
and wus so thoroughly chilled that
lie was unable to gel warm, aud in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
scut to the nearest ding btoro ainl
gol a bottle of Clmuihci'hdn's Cough
Remedy, of which hu hud oltuu
heiiid, and took a number of luigo
doses. I Iu says the elfcct was won
derful and that iu a short time ho
was breathing qultu easily, Ho kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day wus ublu to come to Des Moines,
Mr. Rlitlzc regards hid cm das simply
wonderful. Fifty cent hotllus for
sale by all deulois, Benson, Smith
Xr ("7l Aironlo
THE HQYAL SCHOOL.
Htirei'KRJiit T. iiiiIiihI.i 11 if n Kliccr. .
t'.il YrutV v "I II-
There was a large assemblage of
the pupils' pnrcnis ami friends ol Ihu 1
Royal Subrifil nltlli'. iii-tiiillloii'.s 1
doing cxi'iei-i's to-day. After ex
liibiiioiis 111 readiui;, aiitlunetlc and ;
recitations in tin? lower department. 1
1 m I'towii Mugid into tlie principal's
ii'i'tii. Id WIUh .-s .cMeii 1m s of the
fust H 1... 1 liu principal. IWV"f
Alc.V MiU'k'Inio'-lf, blh li'il that the i
ix-id is Wfiu. only g'vcu as it cl n- I
iim I'.sliiliinoir, as Hie cX'imhi.iliiiiis j
had taken place the two weeks pre-
Vioii" und - were creill tilde The
room was crowd il. a miiiiiicr having ;
to lake hick s lis Atnoig lllo-e I
pri-i'iit wcie Mr. A. T. Atkinson.
In-pecior-t .ciit'i'il of Si'lmols, uud
wife, RuV. Di. Beck wiib, -Mrs. .Mack
intosh, Mits Marie Von Holt, aud n
nuuibei ot uthcis.
The progium, consisting ofsongs
declamations and dialogues, was a
very interesting one. Dan Kawai
hoa in comic pieces was especially
line and created roars of laughter.
Alex. Hilda was good in Ida delivery,
every word being plainly and dis
tinctly heard. The diaiojiuo, "A
New Boy," was n pleasing and
amusing rendition. Edward Wood
ward delivered. "The Fine Source
of Reform," iu lino style, displaying
elocutionary power. The debuting
club gave tlie iuol amusing part of
the day. The subject was, "Which
was the greater man, Washington or
Lafayette V" The hoys on the differ
ent sides did well, showing careful
und deep training by a patient
The distribution of piizcs took
place after the exercises, ltcv. Alex
Mackintosh announced Edwaid
Woodward as captain of tlie school,
and presented him with a silver
medal, suitably inscribed, which was
pinned on by Mrs. A. T. Atkinson
Second prize was awarded George
lvauikau ; third, Jonah Kumuluc;
fourth, Thomas Bartow; fifth, Alex
ander Hilda ; sixth, Dan. Kuwuihou.
In tlie second class the tir-L prize
was won by Zcchaiiali MclCcague,
second by J. Kaae.
Third class, first prize, Baker;
second, Willie Rowland. Rev. Dr.
Reck with bunded I he prizes to the
successful scholars, and while doing
so made a short uddic-s, advising
the scholars to be industrious so that
in future thr-y might grow up uptight
and intelligent men. Dr. Beckwilh
also spoke of having occupied a posi
tion us piiucipal in tlie school forty
one yeais ago, and pointed out wlieie
Her Majesty the Queen, who was a
scholar for some thiee years, Used to
sit. Tim venerable ocntlcinau's rc
maiks were greeted with cheers by
The premiums which consisted of
nicely bound books were given by
forunr pupils of the inslitulion, who
still take an interest in the old Royal
Kx ' lli'inimi'i.'
The Pacific Haiidwauk Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of tlie well-known Doultou
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups nnd Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, us also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolincum Avenuiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Tlie best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the -vholu
system and purify thu blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith it Co.. Atients.
Tliey Kviihily Like It !
IF NOT; WHY NOT?
Pieparcd daily fiom Fiesh Fruit, it
cannot bo iitbeiwi'O than wholesome,
rclicshiiig aud delicious
Our leading llavorsino Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry ami (liupo Juico.
Wo have all tho others hut our
specialties ait; those named. Ico
('icuiii .Soda ban also piovud Vety
As we liiuiiufarlurc our own Soda
Wider fiom l'uie llicailiouato Soda,
wo claim it i better titan thituiado
will) marble dust TIiomi who have
tiled ii, concur witii our ci.tiinienis.
Having peifi'ctctl tlie Ico Box wo
inn enabled to pioduco colder hotla
All llavors witii leo Grimm, 10c;
Vichy Water, 5c ; Sauerbi iiniieu Water
aud Hunyadi Water.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
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WOULD YOU DO IT
T.i- (! tifc't III
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO-,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunu, Honolulu.
tel, iil'li q
Mm k t'lXk i
BY THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
& BOTTGIW3 PRICES i sa
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
ICf ji't MtroiT. : : .
'!' Ill ..W.I H.IT
I " "
I 04 Fort bcreei, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
&ar FOR I WEEK ONLY "
CHILDREN'S' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
ryg ; .irnm j.t
aT" NiL,,,'J' Hir1-lil
flztfi l liooms centrally located.
Siifel iCtnjiilre Ilui.i.i'.iiN Olllce.
" x, 1 IiJKLY Fuiiiislieil Cottugo
,TK'AiX L at .Makiki neat Herein- '.
tSSr-rW uia-stifor cai. Kent SlOoO.
Apply ibis olllci'.
ES. i I jVAL PRKMI'KS. !!1
Afv. U ISmeianli street, opno
VZ&& site Foil-stieet Ulliueh. Ap
ply to K. 1. 1. 1L1.IF.,
!IMV tf At Tluxi l. IIhvIi". A- f'o.
Jiitv . XHJB Coll 'go on IJoio
i!ijr.j V i.iiiIii licet iienr I'llhil
'JitH& sUet't.i'iiiii.iiiilog I'ailof. Two
liedii'oms, Ilaihioiiui, )l"in-ioom,
I'.ililil and Mk'liiMi; Sfrvillit'.- Itoom,
i 'milage llitiui', Sialili'. oiu, Truuiears
paiievfii L'U lithiums. Apply ullU'c of
till-, pipi'i-. IfiS tl
FOIt HEN I or Mi .SE
iKjt 'IR'' Pieinl'os on lhti'iii
i&r &,' ' htieol lately occiipleil i
etZZAfik A. 11. Niiitno a Xw I
l)e.-Irablo lloti.-o coiiiaiuhig Kltclieu.
lSathioom, elo , etc AImi, Uiithotte
on the pteuiUes, will he rciited or
leifed. Possession given Ut of July.
Apply on die pieiiii-cn.
"liVi Im A. It. N'AO.VK.
J HAVE i our lMne Rcshleiico Slle,
situated on i llkoi sheet, for sale,
Tim Lots have a lioniairo of 1)1 feet on
Pllkol street and itlu Soil fii t deep, are
nicely I. Id out iu Irult and iliuilc trees
and too ah I'oveiv.l witii gra-s; walei
laid on iliroulmui. Too eiiuatiou of
thiMi Louaial too hniitfil iituuliei make
il ueisaiy that bileudiiig puichaeis
should make cully application to (lie
undersigned, front whom all p. n denials
cm liu hail. JA.s. F. MUKG.lN.
l'icliiru Frtiiui's iujuIdio
order lrnin lattb slyltw m
inntililings. Honnviit ioij U
nhl picture n Mnuc.iiilnv sit'
If lo l.ccp up wi h Ho fmbioiijcu
vi re ml id in ing 11 ktiqi,
Would .v.u tlitil Yu?
80 W uld I.
If upon MitiiP current fpies you wcro
urkiil to come ..ut strong)
Would yitii do it Y?
Smio 'huik nit ftulil c manors nrn
,,'M ' "' ',,,r' '" l
'"'!'! '"'" '" ,mVl' "pi'dou llD'y aro
Hu won). I I
ic 'itv I" Matnl lit'.
Nn'V it I'Vir-niry tir i i-di md Oou.i
1 y.ni tvi'tv i-li il to tlij
Wnti1 i mi do ii- Yt-f
So w tl nl 1.
1 1 V Oi." We Mop etl foino poiiplo
i 11 ft t eiiu I Li tv.n'i ptir.su,
Sonic Itt'rfi-iii'ivc hl'iii I M'i Want
StMI'lltlg I) ,iK to otll'C.
WtiU'll 11ll aellJ Hleni Yc?
SO wjuld I.
flip plows Which turn our o.l up
should be light and strong ami
Il 1 mild til)'. "Hbsdiiy BnuAHtntV
wonh more than nuy two,
Would you think so Ye?
So would 1.
HAVING RECEIVED A FRESH
.M'PPLY OF I HE CELE
BRATED :v. jp. .
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
Uiie quale d Paper
LATEST STYLES IN
i oques !
IN THE MolNEniNY BUILDING,
I'tn'l frl ri'oi .
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take oidcra iu that line.
A brand new htock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fiinges, Draperies and other
uitistio goods ure offeied to (he
Indies ot Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
U. L. BRITO,
CoriiiT of .Smith and King Streets,
Kieps a Compute Lino of
And Hnvivi Ni w I'lmtigumciila by
Ei.iy Ste iincr. Abo
Fresh Ydialm aud Kona Butter
At A0 Cents a Puu' d.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER & & BUILDEU.
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