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Foreign OiUco Notico.
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Honolulu, Aug. 1H), IMU. S
This ilny luul iiitdioneo of tlio Queen, His
Kxucllonuy .lolin 1.. StovuiH, lnivoy Kxlru
onilimry and Minister I'lanlpotutiliary eif
the United State.
Cnptntu 0. C. Wiltvo, ooiiiiuaiidliii; IT. S.
Paymaster .1.(1. Hobbs, U.S.S, "I'.oston."
Lieut. -Commander Win. V. Swiiilmino,
IT. S. S. "lloston."
l.ieut. 15. K. Mooni, IT. S. S. "Itoslon."
Surgeon A. V. Magrudor, IT. S. S. "llos
ton." Lieut. Lnolcn Young, IT. S. S. "ltostou."
Lieut. Charles l-aird, " "
Lieut. Albert Glenvos, "
1. A. Kngineer (loo. L. Willits, U. S. S.
l.ieut. II. 1,. Driller, U. S. M. C, U. S. S.
Knsign Cloland Davis, IT. S. S. "lloston."
Naval Cadet A. X. Kliou.li, IT. S. S.
Nnvul Cadet W. B. Krotliciton, IT. S. S.
Naval Cadet .1. K Carter, V. S. S. "Bos
ton." KavalCailet W. Lv.ms, U.S.S. "Uniton."
Naval Cadet Geo. l'.ieliaids, U. P. S.
W. Porter Boul, INq , United States
Vice and Deimty Consul-tJunirul.
To which aiiitieme His i:celleiii .Mr.
Stevens was introduced hy His lKiolIuncj
Hon. Sainuel Barker, Her Majestj 's Minis
ter of Foreign Allairs, Mr. Stevens then
presented Captain Wilt-e and his olllcers
and Mr. Boyd.
Her Majesty was attended on this occa
sion hy His i:celleney Hon. Samuel
Parker, Minister of Foreign All.nrs, Major
the Hon. James W. Bobeitson, Cbamber
lain of the Household, Colonels the Houor
nhles Curtis Piehu laukea, 1, K. Liliknlaiii
and John Kichardson and Colonel John
Indies in Waiting: Mis. Wilson, Mis.
Carter and Mrs. Claik.
Minister of Foitign AM'aiis.
fitrl lt-Wi It
Her Majesty the Queen will hold an Olll
cial Itecejition at lolani P.ilaeo on FI'l
DAY, the 2d of Sontomher, from 11 o'clock
. m. to 12 o'clock noon.
Tho order of tho Presentation at Point
for that day w ill ho as follow s:
At 11 a. m. The Chancellor of the King
dom, Her Majesty's Ministers, the Presi
dent of tho I.igishttivu Asscmhly and the
Justices of the Suiieme Point.
At 11:10 a. m. Tho Nobles and Uiiio
sentatives of the Legislative Assembly and
tho mcinbers of the Privy Council of State.
At 11:20 . m. Government Gllieials.
At 11:40 A. ji. Caiitain (iilhert C. Wiltse
and the Olllcers of the U. S. S. Boston.
At 11:15 a. m. Tlio Consular Corps.
At 11:55 . m. The Ijiplomatio ltmtiie
sontativcs accredited to the Court of Ha
waii. The ladies will be inesented to tlio Queen
immediate aftei each ollicial iiieseiit.i
tiou. "Full Dress" will bo the dress to bo worn
on this occasion.
JAMi;S W. ltOBKBTSON,
Chamberlain of tho Hoiil Ilousoliold.
lolani Palace, August at, lfe!).
It has jile.ised Her .Majesty the Queen to
Attorney-General, vice His l)cellenc
Hon. 11. A. Wldomann, Attoiuoy-Gcneial
lolani Palace, August 2(t, 1MU.
SOJ 3t-.'5ti It
Kill DAY, tho 2d luy or fet'iitcmlior,
hi'ilig tlio Aiinierstry of the 1th tli of llci
Majesty thu Qiuun, will liu olistrvcil u a
Xutioiiiil Holiday, ami .ill fluvcriuiKMit
Otllces throughout tho Kingdom will hi
i losuil on that lay.
O. X. SJT.NCi:!!,
Minister ot thu Inlriior.
Interior Olllce, Aug. IM, Wrl,
Jill. DAVID NAOXi: hue this .lay luen
appointed u Memlier of the l!oad ltoind
for the Taxution District of Koolauloa,
Oahu, for the unexpired tenu iiiiulu vacant
hy tint resignation of liev. H, Kapil.
C. X. Sl'UXClJH,
Jlinister of tho Intoiior.
Interior Oillee, Aug. IS, 1WU. ftKit
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo wither Sect nor J'urt;i,
liut Establish d for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, AUG. 2i), 181)2.
Tho Advortibur will probably eon
gratnlnto itbolf on being tlioeaus-o of
Mr. Neumann's olovalion to (ho
Cabinet, as it has ofton boasted (hat
to its opposition was duo that (jon
tloman's election to tho Logislatnio.
Woll, tho J'ncifiu cablo has btarted
thi& way from tliohonth, A font met
has boon signed with a Fronuh ooin
pany to lay a cablo from Now South
Wales to Now Caledonia. Now
South Wales and Queoiiblaud divide
tho oxponso of tho enterprise. It is
tho intention, with tho expei-tod co
operation of tho other Colonies, to
extend the line from New Caledonia
to Fiji. From Fiji it is uuticipatod,
on good authority, that the cable
will bo extended to the Hawaiian
Islands, and from here to liiitish
Harbor's "WcoUly, in tliei'iisMng a
pioposiiion for a now I'lwliip rail
way niMoss Now Yoik, says of the
iiollov ".vsIjmii (tlitit inii'iiili'd in tlio
fiant'lii'-o foi olf'fl ric inotois In-ld by
tlio Hawaiian Traniwais Co.) thai,
"UioHgli the nioflianis-in is awkwatd
and nnyainly, it is b, far tlio I'lioap
ust ninth o power (lint ran be tisod
lo propel .st toot i-ais." The Wookly
add, howevet, thai to join snbni ban
neighborhoods together theie can
bo no soiions objeelion lo tlio Hys
tuni, but to us-o it in ennvded streets
is most daiiKetons.
Mr. Ashford is reported as saving
the Postal Savings Bank is, 'i lnennce,
whieh .should bo lonnned or niate
rially modilied. The. b.uil; would be
all right, and as useful in promoting
thtift aniony (he people heto tis
similar institutions ate elsehtte,
had it not been used for purposes
not oi initially designed. JVoplo
owniti"; sutplus eapilal hao used it
as ;i dumping gtouml for inonoy
tlioy could not employ to eipial ad
an(age, or a( all, olheiwise. With
duo rostih'tioiis on tho liauU'b use in
that way, it should bo maintained as
a useful institution. Tho bank was
stalled after a good deal of agitation
for it. and our legislators should le
niember tho aneient truism that it if
easier to destroy than to build.
W. Ali'Candloss has Iwo cottages
I?oot lleei on di aught at nenson,
Smith & C'o.'s.
C. .7. AlfCVuthy has lots on Liliha
.stieot foi sah.
After shaving use Ciicumbm- Skin
Tonic, lionson, Smith iV; Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by (Ju
oumlior Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Extia large sixe bath towels at
2" ct--., dining tho cleaianco sale at
.I. II. Haiiison will not he lespon
sible for any debts not authoiied
by him in writing.
Ollicial announcement is made of
tho appointment of lion. 1'aul Neu
mann as Attoi wy-(-ionoial.
Enibroideiy edging-, II inches
wide, 10 3 aids foi .!, during the
clearance sale at Sachs' stoio.
Queen Liliuokalani will hold an
ollicial loception at lolani Valaco
from II to l'J o'clock on Fiiday.
Tho meeting of the Ameiican Ue
lief Fund was osti)oiied fiomSatur
day till Wednesday at 10 o'clock.
Ladies' white ombioidoiy die.ss 1.1
inches deep for .'5.75 a dics, dining
the clearance sale at Sachs' .stoic.
Wong Kwai has been olllcially
lccogni.cd as tho Assistant Coin
meicial Agent of China lor this
Ladies' .shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their hou-es by Miss
Wolf, 7.'? Tieretnuia stieel. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, fiflaud (il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, ucok or
month 2.e. and nOc. a night; SI
and .?1.2," a week.
Propcity of (he Hawaiian Pacilie
Cable Compaq will be ".old, under
orders, fiom T. May, trustee, by Jas.
F. Morgan at 12 noon Wednesday.
Her Majestj to-day leceived Cap
tain Wiltso and ollicois of the U. S.
S. Hoslon. An ollicial notico of tho
audience appeals in (he usual place.
Dr. McLennan has lenioved to Ala
kea street, opposite the Y. M. 0. A.
hall, picmiscs lately occupied bj- Dr.
Lutz. Olllce hours, (I to 12,2 to J,
and evenings (1 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 107 ; Mutual (.82.
Charles l.eonaid has opened the
carriage stand at King and Nuiianu
streeln, which he will operate under
the name of ''I. X. L. Carriage Coin
panj'." JVoplo who use caniages
should make a note of his cud else
wheie. An oppoitunity isollbied tosiiure
biirgains at the annual cleaiance sale
whieh begins (o day at N. S. Sachs,
The sale is bona (ide. It does not
mean a icduction of a few articles,
but a general icduction of (heentiio
stock. This sale lasts for two weeks
only, and during this time all goods
aie marked in plain figuies and sold
onlj' for cash, A special featuie of
the sale this jear is that all trim
ming in the inillineiy dopaitmont
will be done gratis. Now, ladies,
this is j-oiir chance.
Take Good Caro of tho Ohildton,
If you hao I'hildion 3011 will ho
intorosti'd in tho osporionoo of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vonuillion Co.,
111. irhiin: "Two joars ago two
of my fiun!l,, a young man and a
girl, had hmj s(.oi( and daiigorous
attacks of bloody llu. Tho dootor
horn wan unablo, aftor a wook's timo,
to chock or lolitno nit hor caso. 1
tlnow tho iloctor ovorlioaid and bo
gan using Chninlxn Iain's Colic, C'ho
lora and J)iauhii'a lfoincdy. J111
pioMMiiont was soon Miry soon and
my uhildiou aiiwi in a fow days
from what I feared would ho tlioir
deathhed, JI is a grand, good inodi
oino." J''or salo hy all doalurs. Bun
son, Smith k Co., Agonts,
A Cow-arclly Burial.
Not ft sound was hoard hut a hideous roar,
As from church" lo Mnklkl wo hurried;
Nol n creatine around hut soleinnlj swore
That he'd die or that cow should he hurled.
Wo hurled her sljly, at dead of night,
The sod with her two horns turning,
By the mist uioonheaiiis' dreary light,
And our hearts with inuider hunting.
No useless coflln enclosed her hrcast,
Nor in sheet nor in sluoud wo wound her;
She laj like an Amazon taking her rest,
Minus skin with wh'lch nature had hound
Manj and long weru tlio cuimis wo said,
And wo siioke not a word o' soirowj
Wo laughingly gurcil on tho form of tho
As we thought we'd li.ivc quiet to-morrow.
Wo thought as we hollowed her shallow
That now we'd quite stopped hoi hollow :
Tho owner and tnilkci might, stand on his
But we'd Imvo good lost on oitrjilllow.
Lightly we'll talk of the milk that Is gone,
And o'er her eold carcase unhiald her;
But little she'll io.tr if we let her sloon on,
In the gt.ivo whore we raiders have laid
But half of our heavy task was dono,
When wo thought of tho hliss of retiring,
Without the roars which that son of a gun
At out oars for a week had heen llrlng.
Quickly and llcriely wo stamped hcrdown,
For tho laud all aiound was quite gory;
Wo stuck ui a horn so tho cow s of the tow n
Might take heed fiom this terrililo storj.
Tin: M kiki Con hi un.
Departure of tho San Frnncisco.
Promptly at .'1 o'clock on Saturday
afternoon (he U. S. flagship San
Francisco (timed as if on a pivot
and pointed her nose towatd Wai
kilvi. FJ erybudy lomarked as (o (he
pietty (urn she made. Tho tug
131eu, on which was tho Koyal Ha
waiian band and a number of pro
minent people, escorled tho flagship
out of tho harbor, accompanying
her to sea. His Excellency S. Par
ker, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Col.
G.W. Maefarlane, Hon. Paul Neu
mann, Allen Herbert, and others
wore on I lie San Francisco. Tho
tug ISleu put on a spurt near tho P.
M. S. S. wharf, which almost cap
sized smoral boats in tow. It was
laughable to see the occupants hold
ing on to tho sides for dear life.
The fair ones wore along (ho wharves
in large numbers, ami as (ho San
Francisco began to move the ship's
band played "Will he ever leturn?"
The flagship steamed as far as
Diamond Head, then turned round
and went down oil Bather's point.
She cruised ofT some time bofoie
finally leaing. Those on boaid
weii bioiighf in on a steam launch of
the U. S. S. Boston. The bouquets
ol lloueis sent on board woie
nunieious and many weio the trib
utes of aloha sent to Admiral
Brown. Tho syron whistles of tho
Boston and San Francisco filled tho
air with their parting shrieks.
A Japanese Nowspaper.
The Ihn.u.TiN welcnnes an addi
tion (o local journalism, being (ho
Vamato Shinshi. It consists of six
teen pages neatly lithogiaphed in
.lapaneso characteis, and will bo is
sued oorj' fivo days. Accompanj'
ing the initial number is (ho follow
ing note for (he benefit of the un
learned editoi of this paper:
''.lapaneso YaniatoNows publishiod
in 2Hlh An, this is maj' be interest of
the 2."),(W() Japanese now is the King
dom, and the all news to be righted
by Japanese Mr. Watanalu, Espicial
a inteies( is (ho best for aihertis
nient." The Ihn.r.miN wishes its Japanese
Mr. Lander's Koconimendation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a jiroiniuont
citi.on of Clnrk.sliui'f,', Mo., and
widely known in Hint Stnto, stij'.s of
Cliiiinlioi Iain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrlio'a Woinedy: "I liavo soon its
good H'.siilts and i-.-iu ii'coinniond
it." For salohy all doalois. J'onson,
.Sinitli & Co,, Agents.
"Bank of Hawaii."
Thuro iJPsomo foars that Ifornoi-'H
"siiieidal" Banking Uill will pass tlio
Li'gislatnro. To piovunt this, all
should got a Bill fiom tho Hawaiian
Nows Company, study it, and show
up its woak points to all you moot.
By Iiowia J. Iiovey.
I Hy order of Ml!. I KUHKNBTKIN. A-
HiunuR of tliu Jlimkriiiit l.stiito of Nino
llinj,' J.iiiib. I will Mill at l'lililk' And Ion,
lit Hi bulusiooiii,
On WEDNESDAY, August 31st,
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. M
Tho Wlioli- of tliu Stoi'l; of MeridiuudlHO ot
wild llslatt), I'oiihlrttiiigof
flint, blii'i'tlii(!i ClotliH, ('iiissliiiDri'H,
I.iiimis, Vi'lvutd, Bilk Iliindkori'liioN,
hliiitH, Collars, Uinlurrtliiilri, Driiwura,
BOOTS and SHOES
TiiuuN, Iloiery, fstiuw ITuts A Chjh,
Clotliing, Ciitlmy, .Mosijuito Nets,
itlnnki Is, Quilts, 'J'iumI;s,
Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc,
0- 'JTlt.Mri CASH!
Lewis J. I-iev-ey,
Those who have not
used Boschcc's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
mul Lungs can .hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering aiuh-ccover-injr
are unknown joys. Jjor Ger
man Syrup wc do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stopa tickling for a while.
This is as far us the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's Get man
Syrup is a discovery, a gteat Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, .spilling, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TKUSTKE'S SALIS OK
Gable Tcii.ipli Lines.
Uvonlei of Ml!. T. MA Y, Tufsteo, I will
sell at l'uhlif Auction, at my S-ales-
room, in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Aug. 31st,
AT VI OOI.OCK NOON,
All the Uiglit, Title and Inteiost of Hie
Hawaiian Pacific Cable Co.
in and to the following piopcity:
1st. 13 Miles of Telegraph Line
fi mil Honolulu to Koko Head,
(ilau.iuui.i 1 i )
2d. 35 Miles of Telegraph Line
fioni N.ipili, Maui, via Ka.inap.ili, Li
liuin.i, Uionulu, M'ialae.1, Stv.iiuui
Landing lo WaiK.ipu .mil W.iiluUu.
3d. TELEGRAPH LINE
fiom Kaunal.nUai to 1'ukoo, Molokai.
4th. 13 Knots 1150 Feet, Submarine
laid hetween l'nl.oo Cuhlu Hut and IC.i.iu i
)i ili I'alile Hut (hoth Huts iiii'luiiM-).
&F Vat furthei jiirlicul.ir, tijiplj to
T. .MAY, Trustee, or
Jas. F1. Morgan.,
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 31st,
AT 10 .O'CLOCK A. M
At tho llt'sidfiico of CUT. A. KULLKU,
Kukul Mtieet, 1 will soil at I'uli-
The Houseliold Furniture
Parlor Sofa & Chairs,
Upliulsti'ieil In I'lusli;
Wii'l.ur itoi'Kors, Luathur Knsy Clmiis,
2 Black Walnut Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Wattrnsscs, SIiikIi' IluiUtcadi',
Jtlai'k Walnut Wanliolie,
B."W. Marbletop Sideboard
II. V. IMonsion Tabli) ('.'I fi-ct),
J)inlnj;-ro(iiii Cli.ilis, Cliniiili'lli'is,
1 Cottage DPia-iio,
Ciocki'ry and (IIiihswiuu,
Ferns, Veranda. 01ia,iis,
i:tc, i:tc, Kii'., liu-.
Jas. F. Morgan,
nos-iii , a no noMor.it.
rpiIK MKKTINd CALLCl) KOH LAST
J Saturday for lonrgunUiition of tliu
Anit-rlcaii itnlliif Fund was, on ai I'ount of
duiinituiu of tlio mall, liostimui'd until
Wi:i)Ni:BnAY, tho Hlbt liiHt., at 10 oVIoi k
a, m,, at tlio Cliiunbor of Coininori'i) ltiioiu.
rari-iit CHAB. It. JtlHllOl.
hi'i:cj.L mi:i:tin(I ok thi:
Stoi'klKilduirt of the lloiioiuu .Siiuar
Compaii) will be held on SATUKDAY,
SiiiitembiT ilil, at 10 o'i'look , m., at thu
olllce' of C, lliewer A Co., (L'd).
A. u. j,uvi;m..
Keeretar lloiioiuu Sugar Co.
onolulu, Aug. IS, l)J. Wil-Jw
1 WILL I'AY NO DKIiTH NOit UK Itl'.H
J ponslblo for any goods puuihaseil la
my liaiiio unless Midi dehts orgooilsaie
authiiii.iMl by mo in writing.
.1, il, JIAHitlSON.
Jlouolulu, Aug. 'JU, iftU.'. fiOU-H
SEPT. 2, 1892.
l-VACHT IIAC13 1st Ci.u.1.
Coi'nsi:: fetin ling fiom aline drawn in
evteiisiou of the Pcuil City whaif, down
the main ehamiel, to the mouth of the
linrhor, ne.ir the reef, taeKing around the
stake hoat; thence up the main channel
lo tho lloniiuliiili l.oeii, up the lloiioulluli
Loeli to and tacking mound a stiiko hoat
at the head of this i,oeh opposite Itohin
son's landing; thonee out ot thu llonoiili
uli Loch up the main ehannel, passing
hi'twien Ford's Island and the Mamma
Peninsula, to the windward of Ford's Isl
and, thenee down theehaimet Iviim east of
Fold's Island, making a eiii'tiit of Ford's
Island; thenee to thu point of ooiiinieiiLO
ment. a-YACUT JIACU a Ci.vcs.
t'ouitsi:: Stinting from a line diawnin
evtension of the 1'eail tlty wharf, down
the main eh.umel, to the mouth of the
h.ulior near the leef, tauking around tho
stake hoat; thenee up the main ehannel,
passing hetween Ford's Island and the
Miitmnu Peninsula, to the windward of
Ford's lshiml: thenee down the ehannel
hing K.ist of Foul's Island, making the
Liieuit of foul's lslnntl; thento to the jmint
3 YACHT UACi: :il fi.vss.
Ilo.its under IS feet length.
.f jo; u i-uze, tiu.
roiiiisr: Pioiii staiting point, same as
in lfaees 1 and 2, to windward of Foul's
Island, making eiicuit of said Island,
thenee to point of commencement.
Yachts will asseiiihle oil' the foot of f.e
hu.i Avenue in Pe.ul City Peninsula atil
A picp-iratoij gun will he Hi oil on the
.lodge's hoat at it: .I) . m. The st.irtmg
gun will he Cued at 10 . M. sh.np.
The stait will he allying one; the time
of each j.iuht heing taken as she cios-es
the line! hut no jacht shall he allowed
moic tli.iu ten minutes within whieh to
start aftei the signal to st.ut has heen
Time allowance, one minute to the ton.
K.ieh jnelit must e.irij at her lnaintop
masi head a distinguishing Hag of a suit
ahle su wuich must not he hauled down
unless she gives up the race.
Hncli jacht must carry during the race
no moie than the usual aiiehoisaiul chains,
which must nut he used as shipping ballast
01 foi altering the trim ol tho jacht. No
hags of shot shall he on hoard and all bal
last shall be propel lj stowed under the
pl.itfoims or in lockeis and shall not he
shipped oi tiiuuiKil in any waywhatevei
during the i.iee.
No icstiiction as to ipiantitj of sail.
I-SIX OAltni) liOATS-SuniM. Si its.
Coim-r: Staiting from a lino diawn in
cxti'iisiou of tin- IVarl Citi wharf, to and
round a staku lxt.it at tin- head of Vaiio
I.Ol'll, tlll'lK'C tO liuilll Of l Olllllll'lll'OIIIVllt.
Coi'iisi': Same as in UaioN'o. 1.
(! SIX OAKLI) HOATh brvnosM
Bi.mk. 1st fnf, fJOj L'il l'lii-, IU,
Couimi:: S.niiu as in It.u-es
rourse to bi' jiulled ovi'i twiiu.
I ami r;
X. B. Tliu Iti'Katta l!ais will bounder
the rules uilonti'd l the llawaiian liowini;
it Yiuditini Association, lonies ol w hieli
can be nbtaineil fiom V. (1. Amii.kv.
In all i .iiTs, two or mom boats must st.ut
to iiiaki) a hut.
The lowing r.iees will take jilaee at 1 r.M.
The signal gun will bo lired from the
Judge's stand at V!:'M o'clock.
Signal for the competing boats to assem
ble at the starting line w ill be the firing of
a gun ten minutes before tho still t of im'h
I at e.
XF List of ontiies will be open at the
olllce of the burl iilMl'MU M of the Omiii
itll,U NI L.M COMIMNV, Until lii
o'clock noon, August .'list, lt'U.
Tin.(.i's:-C. U. Wilson, W. JI. fiillard,
Cunt. J. A. King,
m iMi.ui.1 i'i a:
Jos. llub.isli, W. K. Love.
;r"Iiliiof the above raecs are now
on Inhibition at the I'uinr IImiiiumu:
Co.'h Sriiiiu, Kurt htroot.
Trains will Leava IIouolulu for Poarl Cily
Poniubtila at 7:30, S, 10, 11, 12, a. in.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4:30 p. m.
Returning will Leave Pearl City Poiiinsula
lor Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Grand Picnic (t Ba
AT REMOND G-ROVE
On the Millie date ghen hy tlio
Sons of SI, (l"0re Society
faSP-MlIfilC will bo iii attendani'o for
Dancing dining tho day and evening,
WdAJICS for the Ladies and Child'
ion, with i'rues,
tW Ample pioviiuu has been made
for Jiefreshincnts both on tlio Peninsula
and Iteiiioud (irovo.
50c. -ROUND TRIP-50c.
1 ' S?n
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
S1T.CIA1. DISPLAY OK
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine Ware.
KTe-w Rugs and Carpets,
Engla sla Fviriaitvir , ;
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
PACIFIC HABDWABE C0.5 LUL
Cummins' Bloolt, inort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
PICTURE Ei'RAillNG IN
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Temple of Fashion
COlvNEU OF FOKT AND HOTEL STJtEETS.
Wo Just Rsoelved
ETe-w Dress Goods,
Ija.oLies' Beollorol Caps,
Belts, Lsttest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. BHRLIOH 8c CO,
3STe-w O-oocLs ! USTe-w Goods !
I'U.N'(ii:i: DltAl'LltlHH-l'OUTILitKK- I'lNL.W'l'Li: TIS8UU SATTl'.KXK
WillTL DltKSH (JODDH IN OIIIXIKS AND BTltll'KB,
.lAI'A.NLfeK COltDDI) OUKl'K.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN UK WAT VAK11JTV AT LOW 1'KIOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
BattLing Suits in Cotton, and Wool
I'OK LAi)li:s, tiL.NTb, ANI) OHILDJtKN.
OJiJULi -A.3STD SEE OXJK. 3STEW C3-OOZ3S.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St,
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Beninore.
ALL ITS BRANCHES J&
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
4. Jsaua -ft-ta . ,