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Owing lo llio drought nnd wnrclty of
VMltOT, tlio residents vintdn oT .hultl street
ro roijiioMwl to eolloiit vvhnt wtuoriliov
inny rcirutrn tnr linnohold purpim" lii-foro
8 o'clock v. m.
Sttnerliiloiident Honolulu Vntir Woilo.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, ls" niMf
If lit DAY, tlio -M dn. or Scptcinlicr,
being tlio Anniversary of the lllrtli of Her
Miijo'ty tlic Qitoon, will bo olisorved its n
National Holiday, ami till nnvortiiuoiit
OlllciM throughout tlio Kingdom will In-ulo-iid
on that diiy.
c. x. fei'nxuun,
MlnlMur of tin1 Inleilor.
Interior OIHw, Aug. 2.1, Mai.
Ml!. W. 13. II. DHYlHMI.Ii liu" boon ap
pointed by tho Hoard of lMuoiition, SmjIiooI
Agent for the District of lluniilci, on tlio
Island of ICnuiil, in plnoo of Mr. Cba.
Koelling, vho litis losignod.
II v ordurof tho Hoard of lMuiMtloii.
Ollloe of the Ho nd of lMiioution,
Aug. 10, 1)-'. -I'fl.'ll .1121
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'lrdyril to nnlher Snl nor lirti,
Hut Kitiilihthnl for Ihr lirnrjit of All.
SATURDAY, AUG. 27, 181)2.
For an instance of what iiat money
will do, read tho account of its ic
sults in tho Argentina Republic,
copied elsowheio from the San 1'ian
cisco Call. Facts tell.
Tho Planters' Monthly gives a ie
port that banana plants in Hawaii
have been attacked bv a boiei simi
lar to tho caneboiei. Koitunatcl,)
the Monthly also gives an aiticle on
similar posts in Fiji, with a lemedv
that has been found olTectiu' ilicie.
A correspondent makes ;i foiceful
plea foi the pioposed K).(XX) item
for making a Hawaiian exhibit at
tho World's Fair. Tho object is not
for tho benefit of individuals oi anj
class, but for the benefit of the
wholo count i. Qui people do not
fully realize the impoitanco oT the
tourist tiavel that, as only paitof
tho value of a good showing at Chi
cago, it is hoped to piomoto. The
making of Hawaiian cinios would
become, a luciative industiy with a
brisk tourist business. This is a lino
to bo developed in connection with
tho Fair itself. If only a suilicicut
variety and quantity of aiticlcs illus
trative of native life could bo placed
on sain at the Hawaiian pavilion, it
is not an etiavagant anticipation
that tho returns would go fat, if not
tho whole way, towaid coveiing the
oxpeno of tho exhibit. An eiloit
should bo made to duplicate by pii
vato subscription the .SI(),()(X) wanted
froni'tho Legislature, so as to make
a display that would command at
tontion from all visitors to the Fail.
DUTY OF THE HOUR.
There is an article, '"How to In
crease the Sugar Yield," in tho Plant
ers' Monthly, which has the light
ring about it. Awhile ago tho Hn,ix
tin pointed out that tho depiessiou
was aggravated by croaking. The
intermittent harpingou the financial
stiingoncy in tho begislatuie, even,
has piobably co-it tho countiy moio
than a good pile of shavings oil
salaries. Tho following is an ot l act
from tho article in the Monthly,
which goes on with practical sug
gestions as to how things can bo
" Possessing then, tins advantages
referred to, thoio is over) oncouiago
niont to work with incieased zeal to
secure tho laige.st crops obtainable
with a givon amount of labor and
expenditure. If a plantation which
has averaged three tons to tho acre
at a cost of foKX),(XX) dollais a year,
can, with the same annual cost lai-e
its average to three and a quaitor or
half tons per acre, tho gain will be
apparent at the oloo of tho yeai
with an increased balance to its
credit. Tho man vvhosavs 'it can't
bo done,' is not tho man for the
crisis, What is wanted now ate men
equal to tho emergency men who
can plan for tho now year with a de
termination that it can and shall be
douo that it is possible to raise a
larger amount of cauo and pioduco
a largor outcome ol sugar, on the
same oxpoiidituio as the ptovious
A SAFETY VALVE.
The following editorial fiom (he
Now York Weekly Sun of latest dale
to hand is commended to the atleu
tiou of those who considoi our
Legislature a more collection of
wind bags wj'arily wasting limo mid
breath in the vain task of acctiin
Onv hili'iosiiiiK Pacific' coiitiMii
jintaiy, tlm Oii'tfoninn, finds fntilt
wilh C'cuiyioix. nnd ospooinll.v with
tlu Conioxs now aoiMtiblcir, It is
"tin1 nioM fiuillcw M'ssion Cor tnunj
ywn V snvs the (hopniian.
Wo think our oonloiiiiiouii.v olior
isliei it uiwtitUoii iovv of the iiniu
for vvliioli letfMutho bodios ovist. It
supjmt Unit tln chief end of Con
jios i to m laws ami dowltut ii
called litt'ims. In nnr judgment,
this is a misconception.
The chief cud or Congress is to
talk, to expicss ideas and notions,
and to irivo lo ccry member fiom
every putt of the vonutiy an oppor
tunity oT cpicssiufT his ios in
speeches, in bills, in losolutious, lo
his heait's full content. I'onfXic-s is
the snfoU mhe for the fermentation
and the volubibt.v of thewhole land.
Let oven possible bill be iutiodueed
and debated, and then let il be laid
on the table, oi let it slide down into
the ab-.s of the fnigollon; aboe
all. don't lei it pas.. It would be
bottet that no law should be enact
ed except with the substantial unan
imity of all patties.
Oeueiallv speaking, the best t'on-gus-
is that which enacts the fewest
laws: and the session o the Fiftv
second C'ongioss, which is now (haw
ing to its clo'-e, has been far moio
laudable and uselul than either ses
sion of lis piodeeossot of the I'iftj
liist (.'oiigies roi the ica-on that
(lie one has done eiy little, while
tliouthei did a peat deal, mo-t of
which weie better undone.
A combination which pioinUes a
icasouablv cheap and steady supply
of laboi for our plantation ovvueis
as well as settling our floating popu
lation in homesteads oT their own is
sugge-ted In the following plan pio-po-ed
in the Parliament oT Victoiia,
Austialia, whence manv of the gieat
modem political icfoinis foi the last
foity jcais have had their oiigin
and (list piactical liial:
Mi.M'Loaifs Village Settlements
Bill has been desciibed as "the bill
that is to make the colony."' It has
ceilainly amused much tntcicst both
in Pail'iameiit and out (r it. It
seems to be tho geneial opinion that
theonewav foi Victoiia to letiieve
her position is to settle her people
upon the land. Mi. M'Le.in's bill
mav not be oei feet, but it is a move
in the light diiection. lie pioposes
that these settlements should be
placed vvhoio laboi is most wauled,
,md that land should be selected
wi-el foi the piupo-e, in older that
the settleis might be able to live on
small ai c.is. '1 he Government pio-po-os
to pick suitable land, and, if it
is alicad.v occupied, to invite the
ownei's to sell feiiicd allotments ol
fiom two to tweutv acies, with a two
i oomed cottage on each. If compul-
soi.v sales aie nccessan, cash will be
paid to Ihe ovvueis, and, il the sales
aie voluntaiv, debentuics at the
maximum rate of T pel cent will be
given. The state will then place
settleis on the land on a .'!') veais
teniiie. I'uichase money and added
uiteiest aie to be icji.iiil to the state
in half vcailv instalments, and, at
tho end 'of the tenn, the fee simple
will pass lo settleis. Annual pay
ment loi a block win th I'KXt is lixed
at 7 10s. Jt is piopo-od that pto
visiou be made th.it blocks could
onlv be ttansfeiiod to men ol the
same class as the oiiginal holdei-,
and no one sol tier is to own two
blocks of land. It is in fact a scheme
to cieate a class among us auswei
ing to the peasant piopiiotois of
France, and it is a piovoib that (hose
landholders aie tho backbone of the
One of the iiujit timely and inte
resting expoiiments 111 solving the
unoniplou'd difficult, is reeoided as
being now in opoiation at Fein
Glen, near the Dandonong Ranges,
in Victoiia. Mo-sis, ISiuce, waie-
liousenien, ol I' liiKleis-iane, .viei
bouine, as theii coutiibutiou to the
question, made accuiate business
computation in lespoot of a heavily-
wooded piece of estate, and, pui
poscly basing the aiiaiigement on
business piinciples, inil( d the aid
of a consideiablo conliiigent of 1111
omplo.vcd men, most of whom had
been wholly unaccustomed to ma
nual laboi and country life. O Hol
ing them l.s a week and lough keep,
they piovided hut accommodation
of modest but coinfoitable charac
ter; and oik of the pmpriotors, as a
stimulus to nihil t, took his shaio in
the vvoik. So fai the cxpoi intent
has boon a maiked success. The
men, wholly unaccustomed as they
woie lo such vvoik, an as happy and
contented nslhio, can ho, have be
come oxpoit in tin lolling of timber,
.send all theii wages to t licit families
in Melbourne, and ate piepaiingto
lake their families up to their lough
but hnppv qnaiiois; while that
which gives value to it all is the fact
thai the spiiited pioptietoi -,, who
aie quite salirdicd with their city
hied woikers, find that the timber
cut and sold foi luel will about
covoi all the oxpotiM's of tho experi
ment, mid leave them the land
cleatcd lor nothing. It is the busi
noss soll-huppoiling basis of it thai
gives the piiucipal value to this o
peiimont and Midi an ontoiptiso as
this, poifectly legitimate and un
objectionable as it is in every way,
is within the tench of hundreds of
owiiois of piopmly in this countiy,
who without any loss, and po-sibly
wilh considerable gain to them
selven, and coilainl to tho gieal
honoill of tho unemployed men who
aie ically wailing for woik, might
woll fulluw tlio intoiosting osamplo
vsot by tm Io&&i.s, Mrui'O at Koni
QIuu, In Vielflda-
ST. ANDMAv's ( VTIIiaillM..
The services of the eathedial con
gtogation, 11th Sunday aftei Trin
ily, will bo as follows: Hol, Com
munion, lltllO a. in.; morning nrn.v or,
II a.m.; Hawaiian evensong, :i:!50 p.
m.; evensong and sermon, 7:.'W) p. in.
All aie invited.
SITONI) roSOKKd VTION.
Tlio services of the second eongio-
gatioti of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
liioi tow will boas follows: J): 15 a. in.,
mottling piavoi with seunon; To
Deuni, Toms in F; hymns '2.H and
:?7!; anthem, "Ttaie the bold O
.leiusalem" by Nov olio, livening
pinvor vvitli senium, IbM P-. "' ' '1"
theni, "Thine () Loid is the peat
nosV by Kent; livnuis IS)!) and I'J.
Rev. A. Mackintosh, jiaslui. All aie
coidially invited to these sen iocs.
lli'di Mass, 10 a. in.; Uosai.v and
catechism. 2 p. in.; Senium followed I
by the benediction of the Holj Sac
rament, 1 :'!() p. in.
SKVKNTIt DVY AlJVKXl 1ST,
Seventh Day Advenlists will have
Bible nicetings every Sunday even
ing, a! the coiner of Punchbowl and
Um etaii in sheets.
11KTIII.I, 11 VI.I..
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall 011 Saturday and Sunday at 7:.'!0
p. 111. '
(T.VTiivi, union ciunicii.
Sci vices at 1 1 a. 111. and 7:110 p. 111.
Pleaching by Rev. Thos. L. Gulick
of Makawao, Maui.
y. jr. c. A. I! AM..
Evangelistic services in tho Y. M.
C A. hall. (b.'SO to 7:15 p. in.
A buckskin pony has been found.
Root Beer on diaught at Reason,
Smith .x. Co.'s.
C. .1. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
sheet for sale.
Aft 01 shaving ic-u Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
A levv.ud of .." is olleied foi the
leluin of an amber cigaielle holder.
Sunburn lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith . Co.,
'"If 3011 want to know (ho lime"
well, that's not what tins Hawaiian
llaidwaie Co. asks. Read it.
'"Do vou follow nici" Thou lead
the idveiliseinent of tho Kuboy A:
Co. Bu'iich of the Ameiican Cigai
etteCo. Wiing Kwai has been ollioially
lecognied as (ho Assistant Com
meicial Ageni of China for (his
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by IMiss
Woir, 7.5 ISoiefauia sheet. Mutual
The hou' ehold fuiuihiieof Capt.
A. Fullei will be sold at (ho house
in Kukui sheet, by . las. F. Moigan,
at 10 o'clock Wednesday.
An assignee's sale of nioicliandise
belonging lo the bankiupl estate of
Nam I ling Lung will be hold by L.
.1. Levey at his salosioom at 10
Chas. ,1. Fishol of' tho Leading
Millinoiy House, iutonding to letins
fiom business, announces his whole
stock must bo sold by January I,
IS'.).'!. Selling out will begin next
Di. McLennan has lemoved loAla
kea sheet, opposite the Y. M. C. A.
hall, pieniises lately occupied by' Dr.
Lut.. Cilice homs, 1) to 12,2 to 1,
and ovonings()lo7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 11)7; Mutual US2.
For (wo weeks only N. S. Sachs,
piopriotor of tlio Popular Millinery
House, will sell his stock at a great
saoiiuoe. Remember (his is (he
giand annual mammoth clearance
sale. Tho ladies know what that
John Givon tho Shi).
.lust as the baik Margaret was
leaving this morning a (Jhinanian
rushed down to tho wharf with a
bill for $1.75 against tlio second
mate. Not being able to board the
vos-ol John sent the bill by a boat
man with inst ructions to collect (he
money and icceive a commission,
The Chinaman staged on tho whaif.
Piesently the boatman appeared on
the bulwarks and said that the mute
had told him ho had no money.
John was advised to gel a policeman
and have (ho man nricstcd. He
rushed iip-lown, but when ho tot lim
ed to (ho whaif tho Maigaiot was
passing (o windwaul of (ho dredge.
Pooi John was all broke up. All
(lint ho could say was, "Mo Iosco
four dollar si bilee."
"Bank of Hawaii."
Tlieio is some fear.s that Hornet's
"suicidal" Hanking Hill will past, tho
Legislature. To prevent (his, all
should gel a Hill fiom tho Hawaiian
Now h Company, study it, and show
up its weak points to all you moot.
rilHIJ mibL:TLN"lB TJIK bUAIMNO
1. Dally Paper of tho Kingdom, Fifty
ciuils iur iiionih,
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating and a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. 1 suffered fre
quently from n Water llrash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick-
I ucss at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
i terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would tiy lo belch and
could not. I was winking then for
Thomas McIIcnry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave,, Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ Iliad
been for seven years. Finally I used
l August Flower, and after using just
one bottle ior two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer vou to
Mr. Mclienry, for whom I woiked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from wfiom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
at Tames St.. Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox.
G. G. GKKl'.N Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
By Jus. F. Moigan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
ai tlm Ki'sidi'iicc or v.rr a. rtiLLi:ii,
Kukui stKLt, I vill sell :it Pub
The Household Furniture
Parlor Sofa & Chairs,
ITpliuKli'icd in I'lit-lt
Wii'koi l'oi'Ucis, Lett 1 KM Kls Cli.m -,
2 Black Walnut Marbletop Bedroom Ssts,
latti.is'-cs, hmi'lc lleil-le.nl-,
lllnck Walnut W.udiolic,
B.W. Mar"bletop Sidelooard
it. W. IMiiixion Table (Jl futl,
lilillllg-IOOIIl I llilll-., I ll.llllll lll'ls,
1 Cottage iFMaaio,
CiueKei and (il.i--w.ne,
Forns, Veranda 01ia.ii?a,
i:ic, i:ti., lac. ii'i'.
J"a.s. F. Ivloi-a'a-ii,
"Vi-,- It AUCIKlMXi:.
By Ijowi3 J. Lovay.
Ilk eider of Ml!. 1. Itl III'.Nsl I'.IN, A-
"IjJlKU Of till l!lllkl(llt INt III' of Villi
Hill); LiliiBi I Mill -ill at I'liblu uelioii,
.it in, S.ik'siooin,
Ou WEDNESDAY, August 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
'I lie Whole of ilic Stoi k of .Mcieli mdi-i of
-aid I'.-t.ili, i (in-i-tin of
I'lilit", Slieotiiifr, ( lulh- ( .1 inn H-,
I. I lis, V lll t-, -UK 1 1. 1 III I Li II till t-,
bin i H, Coll il s, I mil i-linl-, Jli.iwei-,
BOOTS and SHOES
Towels, II(i"lei, Sti.iw Huts C.i)i-,
Clot 1 1 in;;, l ulli i, MoMjiutii Net-,
Hl.uiKit-, (Jiults TiiuiKs,
Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc.
t&- THIiMh CASH I
Le-wis J. Levey,
(HI Ml SMI III, - M Mil II.
Monday Evening, Aug. 29th,
'I 111) I.i-l JVifoiniiince. mid I'uiewcll
li'-tnnimiil ISonelH to
Mrs. MARTHA E. STEEN,
The Ouly Gouuiuo Idliid Reader & Sccoutl
Sight Seer In Iko World I
Prof. CHAS. N. STEEN,
IN XHW A. hTAUTLIN'U NOVIHl'lIIS.
Oscar Smith's New Entertalumout
" Voices from Shadowland ! "
Best Programme of the Season !
tQT Tickets now
Oil Mild 111
TO THE LADIES
And those Disappointed in Businois
and Other Ailuiis!
-you won.D in)'i:i,iroi onhui.t
1 Mima II. bri'i. foi ml vliu ul liu
rilihinco "IliuiUlcn I-ivwi," liichiuilx
htnot. Hours; 111 a, ji. lo 1 i'. m., anil
from 'i i'. m. till .1 i'. m. roii-:it
HAWAIIAN BUREAU 01 INFOKM
ATION. To Wjhim ir M Cum i iim
J,-v i:U.bVOin'H CAItiJY HAS Tlllb
il. iln lu en iiiithiiilnl h the I l.-i-
iwiimii liu nun of Iiifouiiiitliiu to Milicit
Mllisi lijitioiiij to tho stock of mIiI Hun, in.
I,. A. rm'llh'JON,
Hen' Uiiwiuliiii lliirciiu of liifiiiiiiiiliiiu.
Honolulu, Aug. .11, lnlU. .MIT- It
Philtre Ffamtx mmlc tu uitter fiom
l.titext Styles; o Maudlin!. Ilrnotu
lion of Old I'iclitHX a njnviulty id Klny
llfoi,t Hotel tlri-jt,
SEPT. 2, 1892.
I -YACHT ItACi: 1st Ci.vss.
Cni'ini': htailhij; fiom n line ilinvvn in
elin-ioii of the i'earl Citj vvli.iif, down
t In luiiin eliiiunol, to the mouth of the
liiiilmr, neai tho leef, taekiiiK aroiiiid the
-take biiat; theme 1111 the iiialn elmunel
to the Honotiliull l.m'li, up the Hmioiiliuli
I.ih h to and tin Ulii); aiouiidastiiUelio.it
at the head of this Loch oii)i(i-ite 1,'obin--on's
landing; thence out ot the llonoiill
uli Loch uji the main chimin!, passing
between b'ord's Island and the Mitnana
l'enlnsithi, to the windwiud of l'oid's Isl
and, thence down Ihech'innel Ijing ea-t of
Pool's Island, iiiiiMng n ciicuit ol 1'oid's
1-laiid; theiiie to the oint of (oiiinii'iiie
ineiit. J-YACHT ItACL-'.'n Ci.-s.
Col'itsi:: Suiting fiom aline diawnin
extension of the I'earl City wharf, down
the main channel, to the mouth of the
h irhor nun I the leif. tacklim mound the
-take boat; thence up tlio in liu ehannil,
pi mg hetween Cold's Island and the
Vlaiianu I'oniii-iila, to tho windwiud of
IVml's Island: thence down tho channel
lung Hast of I'oid's Island, making tho
cm nit of foul's l-land; theme to tho point
of i (iiiuiR'iH ciiieul.
Il-YACHT l!ACi:-:iii Ci -. Cor opm
lloats undei Is feet length. 1st I'ne,
iJ; 2d l'rie, fid.
Cniiusi : I'ioiu -tarting point, -aine as
in 1! no-1 and 2, to windward of Pool's
l-linil, making ciicuit of -aid I-land,
tin in c to i 1 1 11 1 of iiiiiiiiienieinenl.
Yachts will a i mlile oil" the font of Le
hil.i Am line in IV.n I l'it 1 nin-iil i at !i
A plop n.itoi.v gun will he hud on the
.ludgo's lie it at' !! iij . i. The stalling
gun w ill he Hud at 10 . M. -huip.
The -nut will ho a Hying one, tho time
of i.icli jiielit hung taken as -ho uosms
the Inns hut no ,.irlit shall ho allowed
limn than ten mimites within which to
-tan .illci the sign il to -tut has lnen
lime illowame, one luinilte to the toll.
P ich achl mu-l c.ui at hei liiainuip-ni.i-l
head a distinguishing 11 ig of a suit
ahle sic, w Inch must not lie hauled down
mile she gives up the lace.
Lieh jiielit niii-t cany iliuing tliu riuo
no mote th in tin u-ual anchmsand chains,
which must not lie u-id a- -hipping halla-t
in I'm .ilk iiiil' ihetiim ot tlm .iclit. No
lug-ol -hot -liall he on ho ird and all lul-I.i-t
sh ill he propoil stowed iindoi the
platfoiuis oi in lot kci - ami shall not he
-hipped oi limimid mam a w li ilcw'i
iluuiig Ihe Llio,
No le-tn, tinn a- to ijii ml it of -ail.
1-blX ()Al!i:i) IIOATh -Hiiium, ,Si.rs.
Cm k-i Starting fiom a lino diaw n in
extension of tho IV.uI ( it whuf.to and
loiind a stake licit at tin- head of Wuipio
Lo( li, them e to point of ( oiiimim emont.
o P0T:uAI!i:i) HOA'lb -hi hum. hi M-.
Cni'iifi : h.iiuciis in li.uo No. I.
('.-SIX UAUP1) P.OATS .SiviioNvitv
hi vis. 1-t l'iio, fJOj 'M I'ne, flu.
Cm it-i :S ime as in IIuics 1 and !',
ionise lo he pulled ovei twiie.
N. IS. Ihe liegatta lliiees will ho under
the rules adopted li the Hawaiian liowiiig
,V Yachliiig As-nclalion, (onlos of wliieh
can ho obtained lioni W. (!, Asm i x.
In all i.icis, twooi moio hints must -tail
tu make a line.
The lowing i.icos will talco jihieo at I p.m.
Tho signal gun will ho lued from the
.lodge's stand at l'2:'.it) o'clock.
Signal foi tho competing hints to a ein
hlo at the starting lino will ho tho Hung of
a gnu ten mlniitos hufore tho stall of i.ich
i ai e.
JP-I,ist of ontiics will ho open nt the
olllio of the boi'i kimi'siii M of tho Oinc
Umi.wvv vmi la.vn ('OMI'V.NY, until I
o'oloeU noon, August Illst, 1MU.
.Iiukiixi-C. II, Wilson, V, M. flitluiit,
I 'not. .1. A. King
TIMI HI I I'l u:
los. lliilnitli, W. V. l,iiv ii
SPl'iies of tho ulio(i inccs am nnw
on i:IiIIiUIoii ut tlio I'm ii ii IUiiiiumii
Co.'s Slum , Toil stieol.
Trains will Leave Honolulu ior Pearl City
Poniusula at 7:30, 9, 10, 11, 12, a. m.,
ami 1, 2, 3, 4 anil 4:30 p. m.
noluvntug will Leave Pearl City Peninsula
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
(Iraiid Picnic it lia
AT REMOND GROVE
On tho Mine (lute ghen lit the
Sons of St, G"0i$ Society
fGT-Ml'.SlC will ho in ntteiuLinie foi
Dancing iliiiiug the ilu anil evening.
10-(i VMI'.S for the j.nlios ami Child
loll, vllli I'lUe-.
?&- Ample iuiivikIoii litis heen iiiiulo
foi Itefieshini uis Imih on the I'eiiiiisiila
mill Iteiiioiul tiluvi .
50c. -ROUND TRIP-50c.
W"1 j?v kptf s-
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore,
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware.
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block., Port Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
&3T L'lOTUHE FRAMING
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Temple of Fashion
COIN13I OF FOllT AND HOTICL STHHHTS.
"Wo Jvist Rocelvscl
HSTe-w IDress G-oocls,
I-ia,cLies' Sedforc. Caps,
Belts, Jjeitest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & OO,
IXTe-w Goods ! USTe-w Goods !
ro.N(ij:i: nuAi'ijitius i'oimr.iii:s l'iNJivi'i'i.i: Tirsur.-,sATTi:r(Nh
- wiirii; Diti:hh ooons i ciii:cks and stuum:).
.iai'Ani:si: coi!Di:i) t i:i:im;.
Ladies', Cliildrens' and Infants' Wear
IN' (.itil.W YAIIIKTY AT l.()V I'ltlCKh.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliiiig; Sviits in Oottoia aiid Wool
roit i,Ai)ii:ts, (.lATh, and ciui,i)iti;.N.
C-LIj .A.3SrD SEE OTJZZ IsTEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
VIES & CO.
Boliemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
TN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
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