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LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Hawaiian play is postponed
till noxt Saturday ovoniup.
Diamond Howl, 12 in. Wuathor,
hazy; wind, light northoaat.
Tho stoamor Alokolii brought 12.")
shoop from Lanai this morning.
A list of grocers who will closo
thoir stores on Fourth July appears
Tho advortisbmont of tho Hawai
ian Hardware Co. furnishes pleasure
GiBBET THEM -WITH' JOY.
S. AVarrimoo was telophon-
milos olf at 2 o clock
Leavo Pearl Olty,
A. Saturdays only.
C. Bundays oxcoptcd.
D. Saturdays' excepted.
THE. DMLY' BULLETIN.
SATUEDAYi-'jULY 1, 1893.
- Fkiday, Juno 30.
Bohr Llhollho from Wairaea
. I Saturday, July 1.
'8 B Worrlraoo, 10 days from Sydney
Bktne Plantor, Dow, 13 days from San
Btnir O 11 Bishop from Waialua, Walanae
Btmr Mokolli from Molokai
Btmr Pelo for Makaweli at 3 p m
. Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Mokolli 125 sheep, 10 calvei, 3 horict
and 150 pkgs sundrios.
Btmr Iwalani J7G1 bags sugar
Sehr Liholiho 1S00 bags sugar
From Molokai, per stiur Mokolli, July 1
Dr R Oliver, KOL Perkins, Cecil Brow n,
Mrs G Lincoln, and 8 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne Mary
Winkelman, June30--(J W Atwood.
For San Francisco, per bktne Hilo, June
30 C Borohgrwinck and wife, E W Croker,
and Miss Allison.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Temeralre from England
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Transit from San Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Am schr Allen A from Eureka
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Bktne Klikitat, from Paget Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Ger bk J O Pflocer, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk O N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Julyf4-10 ' '
Ger bk ij&at Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
Am 4-wasled schr Lyman D Foster, Drceyr,
from Newcastle, NSW
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko-
Am 4-m ICing Cyrus, froln Nowcastlo, NSW
Brit bk Routenbeck, Russel, from Newcas
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Blulnu, from
The sohooner Kobert Xewors, Captain
Goodman sailed yesterday for he Golden
Gate with the following cargo: H. Hack
feld & Co., 10,054 bags sugar and 50 bags
coflee; M. S.' Grinbaum ct Co.,5'JJ(! bags
sugar. Domestic value $70,829.71.
The barkentine Hilo, Capt.Lo Ballistor,
left yesterday for San Francisco with tho
following exports : F. A. Schnefor A. Co.,
1107 bags sugar; Thoo. H. Davios & Co.,
3181 bags BUgar: C. Tirower & Co., 5718 bags
sucar; Castle & Cooko, 1400 bagt sugar.
Domestic value f01,(l31.22.
od as fifteon
Dr. Oliver arrived in town from
tho Lopor Settlement on tho steamer
Mokplii this morning.
C Borchgrovinck and wife of
Knuni loft ou the bnrkoutine Hilo
yestordayfor tho Coast.
S. Itbth and John F. dolburn havo
dissolved partuorship. Tho latter
will carry on tho business.
A boatboy namod Pamalo was
fined S5 by Judge Foster this morn
ing, for fPuuiinoliijg an ico-wngon
Call in at tlm Riile IJange on tho
way to tho 4th of July piouio and
win one of tho many valuablo prizes
Tho P, G.'band will" play' as usual
at the baseball game this afternoon,
which is to bo between tho Hawaiis
Tho annual and regular monthly
mooting of tho Pionoor Building, tc
Loan Assopiation will bo hold on
Monday, July 3, at 7:30 p. in.
Most of tho passengers by tho
steamer Claudino yesterday, except
ing Japanese laborers, woro heading
for the seono of the Maiii races.
Tho hula girls aro having a suc
cessful season iu San Francisco. Tho
Wigwam, whoro they aro giving ex
hibitions, is crowded ovor3' night
Iu tho "By Authority column to
daywill bo found Act 10, "toiucreaso
uip memoes 10 uoposnors auu pro
viding for'torm deposits in the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank'."'"1 1
Tho steamer Waialeale would ar
rive at Haualei early this morning,
and martial law bo declared in Haua
lei and Waimea. The expedition is
probably by this timo at Kalalau.
There will bo a refreshment stand
ou tho Kiilo Itango at the Fourth of
July meeting of the II. It. A. Am
munition may bo obtained at tho
Rifle Itango by competitors iu tho
A number of Australian passen
gers ou tho S. S. Mariposa wanted
to lorloit tnoir passage and stop
over and got billots to shoot lopora.
When mado acquainted with wh.it
billot it was, tlloy didn't want tho
Frank Vida's horse, which ran.
away Thursday orouing, was fouud
yestordayvat Jtfiu. -He had run'into
tho brush and fallon down, and was
unable to got up again. Tho brake
was still attached to him, and was
not damaged to any extent.
Captain Smith of tho Hawaiian
bark Mauna Ala, lateljv houco for
Sound, ports, receives tho sad nows
of his wife's death in Australia, leav
ing two children. Tho couple loit a
child o6rboard on tho captain's first
trip to Honolulu from Australia
some years ago.
Mr. Thurston's Cyulorama of Ki-
lauea, so returned visitors relate, is
tho onty concern that is making mo
ney on tho Midway Plaisanco of tho
World's Fair. Mr Kaiser estimates
its gross receipts atSCOOa day. Both
ho and Mr. J. J. Williams bay tho
show is wondorfully realistic.
Ono Iiawyer Out Ono Lawyer In
McKonguo Minora Defoatod.
Tho Supremo Court, by Ohiof Jus
tice Judd, rondorod thoir decision
to-day in tho mattor of A. G. Cor
roa, cliarged with aiding and abet
ting tho oscapo of Mrs. Itamos from
justico. In finding him guilty tho
Court addresses tho orring attornoy
"You aro a very vouner man, Mr.
Corren, and havo only Goon admit
ted to tho bar of tho lower courts n
vorj' short time, but at tho same
timn von nsniro to riso in vour nro-
fossion and liavo already appliod for
a full license." '
After roviowing tho ovidonco tho
,(Wo require of tho Bar honesty,
truthfulness, sincerity, and a mom
bor of tho Bar oithor of tho lower
or higher courts caunot with im
puuity toll what is untruo to a judgo
of tins or of any other court.
"Considering that you aro a young
mnu nud that it might bo very ruin
ous to your futuro prospects to deal
moro sovoroly with you, tho soutouco"
of tho Court, is that you bo suspend
ed from practico for oiio year, and
wo hope it will bo a lesson not omy
to you but to your companions and
uKsmbnrs of tho liar."
Mr. Hartwoll argued tho side of
tho defendant in the Spreckels-Star
libol case boforo tho Supremo Court
Mr. A. W. Carter was granted a
license to practico in all tho courts
of the Hawaiiau Islands by the Su
premo Court after examination. Mr.
Carter has just returned 'from a two
years' law course at Yale. Ho was a
deputy clerk of tho Supremo Court
boloro leaving for college.
Judge Cooper has rendered a de
cision dismissing tho bill in equity
to establish a trust created hy parol,
of Mary Kaloialii, for the minor
children of John McKeague and
herself, vs. M. S. Grinbaum & Co.
Tho ground of decision is that tho
plaintiffs aro estopped from taking
action because a formor suit by T.
A. Lloyd against tho same defen
dants' wae based on tho samo trust
now sought to bo established. If
thoro was a promiso to pay 5000 to
tho family after thOj plantation was
bold, it was a ratification of tho
promiso mado by Solig and not a
now contract. A. Itosa for plaintiff;
A. S. Hartwoll for defendants.
Addresses to'Boproaontativos of
Two finoly lithographod addresses
in colors nro "oxniuitea in mo Ha
waiian News' Co.'s windows. Qno'is
to "James HuddartyEnq., managing
ownor of tho Australian, Sandwich
Islands and Canadian S. S. Co.,"
signed by Thos. B. Hall, President,
and F. Elworthy, Sooy., of tho Brit
ish Columbia Board of Trado. If
Mr. Huddart is on board tho Warri
moo, it will bo prosontod to him on
arrival at Vancouvor, otherwise, it
will bo sent to him in Australia.
Tho address congratulates Mr.
Huddart on his snfo arrival at tho
port of Vancouvor. It says when
tho stoamslup lino is supplemontod,
as it is sure lo bo, by an ocean cable
botwoou Canada and Australia, tho
facilities for trado will bo greatly in
creased. Tho other addross is from tho
citizoiis of Vancouvor, signod by tho
Mayor and Clerk, to Mr. F. W.
Ward, special agont, and Capt.
Stott of tho Miowora. It contaiuB
tho happy sontimont, "Tho most dis
tant of FTor Majesty's possessions
ioin hauds in tho youngost city in
Tho Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce will roceivoMr. Huddart hero
if ho is on tho Warriinoo.
By the Barks "H. Hnokfeld," "Amy Tur-
ner," "Albert" and other nrrlvals
a New Supply of
Dry and Fancy
HIT WITH A CANE.
"My little boy was very bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. We
used various medicines, also callod
iu two doctors, but nothing done
him any good uutil wo used Chara
borlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Komody, which gavo immediate
rolief and soon cured him. I con
sider it tho best medicine made and
conscientiously recommend it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colic modi
cino. J. E. Hare, Trenton, Tox. 25
and 50 cents bottles for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
BOOTS and SHOES!
N. S. SACHS
5 SO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs!
.Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light ami Dark Ground Etleuts Pretty Pattern;
SOLID COLORS COTTOST CRAPE,
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and Ulaek;
PINU KIQUKKD MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Urocadcd it Plain Chanihries,
Eider-down in Pink. Cream and Haby Blue,
Polka Dot Muftllns, Figured Irish Lawn.i.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo Sciatic Rheumatism
('If- J ( .! I
BIRDS PAT A VISIT.
tail- Pigeons. ' I
Mrs. Johnson Shows a Bruised Eye
Given by Her Husband.
A. L. .Johnson appeared in tho
District Court this morning on a
ehargo of assault and battery on
Colebtino Johnson, his wife, on Wed
nesday last. The wife testified that
Johnson struck hor with a cauo on
tho loft 03-0, because she tried to
prevent him from going to tho Hotel
with a friend. Sho showed a terri
bly bad oye. Ho had also chased
F. Wundonborg deposed that he
saw Johnson chasing his wife with a
cane in his hand.
Dr. Martin, who lived near tho
Johnsons on tho Doxter premises,
Itichards street, hoard tho couple
quarreling, and on coming out saw
tho parties with Mr. Wundonborg in
Tho defendant explained that tho
blow was accidental. His wife had
grasped tho cane and as ho tried to
wrench it out of hor hand tho cane
slipped and struck hor on tho oyo.
Sho had koiio into hysterics. Ho
had never struck hor in his lifo.
Judgo Foster sentenced Johnson
to thirty days at hard labor and to
file a bond of $100 to keep tho peace
towards his wife for one j'ear. John
son noted an appeal. W. A. Kinney
assisted prosecution; C. W. Ashforu
Havana, German & Manila Cigars
AS1 A FULL LINK OP
Plantation v Supplies !
LIME, CEMENT, ETC., ETC., ETC.
AT VERY LOW KATEB.
Anhauser-Busch Budweiser Beor.
Sehlltz Milwaukee Beer,
Golden Gate Flour,
Sperry's Koller Klour,
Xzx FlcLlds, Olaeolcs and Stripes.
Conic and see tho White Goods wo are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards (or $1.
Dimities, -Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
ML. S- LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
Captain Klemmo imported about
k dozen fantail pigeons from San
Francisco' s'oino timo ago and kept
Shorn atfhie',brothor's ou Fort street.
5n Boret'sriia' street, beWnd'tho
Armory. ''Yesterday -- white Mrs.
Klemm&.was workihglp-tbe kitchen
1 cpujriJS'ofitheigeonsflew in) tho
window and perched "on horVback,
jnd allowed her to feed them out of
bor hands. Thoy stayed thoro a
" RB while, until tho ohildron, who
wore attracted by tho mother, tried
'.o oatoh'thflm, when they Hew out
;ho window again. Captain Klemmo
wont down to his brothor's place
luring the aftoruoon and found the
identical pigeons thoro. Thoy had
roturnod'to theirhomo. . j
Captain Klelhinoeannot account
or tho birds' visit, as thoy had never
boon at his place boforo.
llooms to let with board at llaui
vai, Waikiki,, ., .
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s'.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. .Benson. Smith & Cp.,Agouts.
Sunburn rolioved at onco by Cu
lumber.Tonio. Beuson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. It. I. Moore, dentist, has ro
novod his ollico to Arlington lloiiho,
'iQtpl,gtreQt l'arlpr-No. 2, , . .
Dr. MoLonuau, l!tl Fort street.
bovo Hotel. Chronic nud Surgical
&t08, Mutual Telephone (1S2.
Dr,Goo.H.Huddy, D. D. S., has
buiovumI his ollko from Kjughtrout
u Boroiauia street, near Uiiinm,
W, IL Benson, piano and organ
jnor, has returned, from ,Kmnii mul
luy W foTmdat ' tho ' 'Arlington
lotel as uijual. .
There will bo a t;ug-of-war match '
between a Honolulu Iron Woiks 1
team and a team from Pauoa, at tho J
latter place on Tuesday, J uly !, be- I
tweon o and U o clock 111 tho morn
ing. Tho match will bo at catch
weights and for a purso of 100.
After .tho pull hero Will bd a luau.
Fourth of July.
The parade of the Antiques and
Horribles will begin at (5 o'clock in
tho morning. The procession will
form in tho yard at tho rear of May's
grocery blore, ou 1'orL street, on
tranco to those participating will bo
at tho gato between May's and Fgau
& Gunu'b storo. The lino of march
will bo to King street to Punchbowl
btreot, to Boietauia street to Hioh
aids stteet, to Hotel street to Nuu
nnu Ht root, to Qiiijun strout io-Fort
street to place of starting. Three
prizes of J5IO each will bo given, 0110
for tho best sustained character, one
for the most unique character, one
for tho bc&t group of characters.
Everybody invited to join.
Mr. Arthur Simon
OI Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was Incurable, the doctor!
did, lnittheresultlias proven that Hood's Sar-sapa-illa
was able to cure. I had Sclatlo
Itlieumatlsm and was confined to my bed six
months. Throo physicians did not help me and
I Was Given Up to Dlo
'When I was In U1I3 tcrrlblo condition, unable
10 more hand or fool, I began to Like Hood's
Barsaparllla. The first bottle had a little ef
fect, and w hilo taking the second, I gained so
rapidly that 1 could sit up In my chilr. My sys
tem had been so run down by other medicine,
that it look me quite a while to recuperate. Hy
tho time I hud taken four bottles of Hood's Bar
saparllla. I conlcl walk nround, and now, as I
havo taken six bottles, I nni cured and can
do a good day's work. I do not feel I can praise
enough." Arthur Simon, Galatea, Ohio.
HOOD'8 PlLLS 0e best after-dlanu
Hill, Milil dlcosUon, cure heodclie. Try box.
HOBKON, NEWMAN ,t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Discharged Vithout Roason.
C. B. Dwitrht, assistant road super
visor, Jos. Knlann and J. Lano, all
employed under tho Hoad Sukt
visor, woni discharged by Iioad
Sitpervisor Ciiminingn yesterday
without a miniite'n notieo and with
out giving any reason whatovei.
Even tho Road Board inombura
when asked by tho discharged men
know nothing of tho di.sniisal. Mr.
Cuniinings stated that tho ordois
came from tho .Minister of lutoiior.
ilr, Dwigltt caw dipt, King thU
morning and ho allirmed tho icport
that ho iniiicd lho order. Tho .Viu
ihlor gavo no reasons for his action.
The discharged men aro honest nud
Where Mr. Feck does.
Rev. H. V. Pock, who leaves with
his family by tho steamer Warrimoo
now hore, will enter tho sorvico of
tho Methodist Conforonco of British
Columbia. From advices received
by last mail, it is probable he will bo
assigued to a chair in tho theological
collogue. After spending a few days
in British Columbia ho will go on a
visit to his parents at Toronto, his
father being a veteran minister thoro
of tho Methodist Church. Mr. Pock
has been a teacher in tho Govern
ment schools hero, and for tho past
two years General Socrotary of tho
Y. M. C, A. Coming here a bachelor
he departs with a wife and child,
Mrs. Peck being a daughter of Mr.
W. G. Neodbaui, superintendent of
tho itotormatory bcnool. Alona.
Owing to the illness of loading
iiioinborH of tho Hawaiian Dramatic
Company, tho presentation of tho
Hawaiiau historical drama has been
postponed until Saturday noxt. This
is unfortunate after everything had
boon in roadinoss and a dross re
hearsal hold. It cannot be holped,
however, four of the principal char
actors having been caught yostordny
by tho prevailing opidoinic, which
confines thoin to thoir homos to-daj.
A Hunt for Blood.
The presence of a number of na
tivub in a semi-wild htato, iu and
about Tantalus, has boon reported
lo Chief Banger Cunningham of tho
Anchor Saloon and ho hus expressed
determination to capture them dead
or alivij. He will servo thoin up in a
grand native turkey barboouo with a
I glass of clear, cool, sparkling John
l Wiolnud Beer.
ONE SECOND-HAND 8AFE; AS GOOD
as new. Apply under "If," this
JAPANESE MAN WANTS A SITUA
tion to uork as Ollice liovorOook.
Speaks English. Apply "H. it.," Uut
1.KTI.N Office. TOtt-St
NOTICE OF BEMOVAX.
CAllUEIUO, DAHBEH, DESIIIKS
to intimate that he has removed
from King -street to Hotel street, oinxnito
tho Shooting Gallery. U5- it
BY A I'OKTOaUESE MAN AND WIFE
for General Work about limine and
premises except cooking. Apply to
7(J.'-lw M. A. GONSAIVES.
POSITION OF ANY KIND J1Y A
Young Man just from the States.
Good Book-keeper and not afraid of hard
wirk. Very best of references.
"j. a. a.."
71K-lu Huh etin Office.
1OSTAI SAVINGS HANK HOOKS
. Nun. l!X!f), UNIT, -I1W and U7A3, stand
ing in the name of the children of Augiibt
Aureus, mho miner win pieasu roitirn tue
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3,
.A.T 5 O'CIiOOK,'
THE SS., VUKJSLIKE"
Will leave Honoliiln MONDAY AFTEH
NOON, July ad, at 5 o'clock.
Arriving at Kahulul KAMA TUESDAY
MORNING, July 1th.
Leaving KahuluT TUESDA Y NIGHT. July
1th, will arrive at Honolulu WEDNES
DAY MOltNING, July 5th.
Tickets for the Round Trip:
Cabin, : : : : $7,00
Deok, : .:: ; ; :-::' $3.00;
WILDEU'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, June 23, 189.1. 700-lw
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
SKIET EMBROIDJERY, , r
. i ,
HOSIER, LADIES' SHOES.
Laces iix all V7"ic3-t!tLs?
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
.' -ETC., . : ETC., . '
ermaii Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS Y
B. IF. EHLBRS Sb GO.
88 E'OR.T STK,E1H1T.
1 Family Carriage Horse, "k
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow. - ,
mi no to
Honolulu, Juno LI),
U. I. 1.ILME.
at T. H. Daviea & Co.'h.
For a cut, bruise, burn
thoro ia nothing eiiml In Ulmmhor
litiu'n l'ain IJiiliu- Jt licaln tliupaits
iiiorit qiinIiy than miy iithor ajipli
cation, and unln.i.i tho injuiy in m.v
Mino, im near is loft, r'or Halo hy
all ilcaloi. iJonsoii, Smith Co.,
a'cnlH fin llio Hawaiian ItilaiuU,
riMIK WlJHKIiY imi.UIU'IN-M ()!,.
X uniiiHof liittiriiatlnu' lteailiiiu Matter. I
MtlAiKlMti uuillixl fi lorelun ouutitrti,l&a '
lasL fall I was lahon with a kind
(if Miuuuor coiuiilaint, accompanied
with a wondurful diarrlimn. Soon
1 aftor my wifo's Histisr, who livos with
.... cimhl ' iih. wab taltcii iu tho hiiiiiu way. Wo
lionolit, Thou I hnid, lot ub try
ChaiiiljorluinV Colic, Cliolora and
Diarrho'a Uunicdy, wliiuh o did,
and that cnicd us rih'lit away. 1
think iiiuuh of it, as it did for mo
what it wax niconinuuidiid to dp.
John Hurt .lor, Jiutliol, liorka Co,,
l'a. 25 and TiOcuiit lioltlos for halo
try nil dimlum, Honnon, Smith &
Co., iigonta for tho Hawaiian Islands.
$100 KEWA.HD i
IW'ILU l'AY THE A1I0VE SUM
inlorinatlun thnt III nrocuro the
nrocuro the con
viction of tho j)triou or jiorsoim uhoj-et
lire to my liotiBont Hilo, Hawaii. on Thura-
day, Juno il, 18'JJ.
7Mi-lv J. A. VICTOR.
Priestman Oil Engine
S II or so l'oucr. KuiiHwitli Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Holler or Kur-
uacc. Cost to rnn vary small
u conimrel with Hteaiu.
Cff Can lio seen lu motion at my Wre
hmiHo, Queen btroot. '
7(.-1111 ltOllT. CATTON.
NOXIOE OF ELEOXION.
a si'i:aiAii mi:i:tino ok the
I'ortiiiiuoHo Mutual Uenuvolont Bo-
eluty of lliiunll, hold at thoir hall on ttSth
lust,, J. 1. AMillar mii. uh utod Hccroturj,
Ice.I. M. Vivas, nwluutil.
J. I. AVIH-IjAH,
Honolulu, Juno LI), 1M)I.
A N ADJOUItKr.nMKKTINU OK
XX. htoi Kliolilorn (it tint Waianai
Ohehile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE ana COLORKD-Just Bulluhle for this elim'ate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIO-UKED' IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
SilltaUxi and. "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen .Gloria! and Cashmere 'Sublime, Etc.; Etc.
EST" Dressmaking Under the management of MISS K. CLARK. JE3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World." ,,
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Kiro risl.H on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. s. w.a.:li:ece:r.,
Actiiifj Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
ian win i hi imid on .mo.nday, July :i, i
IMii, at II n'clool; a,i., at tho ollice of the i
iiudcrvlKned uu Murohaut utrcot. Hneuiiil !
IIiihIikhh. t). O. lllJIIOKIt,
60, cent u 1110111,
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUJJbT OF BKVEliAn
1'romiiiont i.adicH and Geutleuieii
who took liiut lu tho hall whieh waH uiveu
last montli, another Mawiuerade will he
L'iven at the Armory on TUESDAY
DVENINO, July Ith. It will hu given
under the dlrcetfon of tho miiiiu coinmlttco
ulio coiulncK il tlm last hull. Everythjng
will IkiiIoiio U) Iniiirua good time to those
wlio attend. TJm lfrqeeudij will he applleil
to tho Transportation of an luvulid to Ills
homo and the balance will he givuu to a
ladles' ChurlUlblo tioulnty. Doom open
at n o'elofk,
flr-Tli;Ki:'lh ft. Tickets 1 an he had
at Hollincr ti Co., Itciii-uui Hmltlt A-Co,,
lloliron, .Vi'Wiimn A' l'o., llawaliau .Ntiwd
Co. 7M-I It
HALT! ATTENTION 1 1
A T V. OAHKKIItO'H HHAVINO CAR.
IV lor 011 Hotel street, oppoaltu the
bhootliig Oallery, you'eau nliiuln 11 1'lrst
uui Shave. Uidlu nud Ohllilrcn's llulr
Uuitlui; u H'clulty. batisfaotion guuruii'
tuud, 1 T0i-at
LADIES. AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. IjicK'h Buildini:, Tort, between King
and Merchant streets.
Opening on'-TbMay, June-29th,
A.T IO .A.. Jul.
tW UpitalrH Room Ro-erved for-I.adlus
ami thilr Escorts.
Home Cookery. Only White Help Employed,
FRANCES M. NIC0LL, ; ; Proprietor.
E. B. THOMAS,
Sl'BBCitHTIONB KOR" UKfAa'yINU
the Kxpcncs of the earning Fourth
of July Colebnitlon can )ic loft at the
bolow-iueiitloiied Pllicea and Stores, where
the Lists are now open:
HOl.UbTKK A. CO.,
ItKNbON, B.M1TH A CO.,
HOIUtON, NKWMAN & CO.,
HAWAIIAN Ni:Vb CO.
7(tl-fit - . V
THE K. K. BATHS
AT KEIEI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
l?SI'l)UTi;8 (UVliN OH Aid, KINDS .
Jll of Hrlu ;. Iron. Stwiie and Woodun '
lllllld HITS. Alt kinds of .lolihlm. in il,
I hulldlnu trado uttuiidid to. Kimis fui kiiIui
rieis, Lime, imiiinnt. Iron btouu riiiouml
i'ljtlng, (llil and New Corrugate! Iron,
Minion 'I lien, Quarry TIUs, Uhortod fho
unit ifiliiryt Ciillffir, ,lti ,,. t.l M. .,,. ...... 1
1 (Iranlto Ourbliig and llloeks, ute,, etc,
j-uiiaumm jiirm i.orncr uinu'imil
Hinltli strcctH. Ollice Hours: hiuI'Ja.u,,
I to I y.u. Tolephumisi Jleil Ml; Miiluul
H7. Ruiildl'licoi Mutual UU. I', O. lint
HT. " 7UMI
now open to the l'ubllo aiuL vIH bo
carried 011 as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minnies from the Cars,
Mr- Intuiiilliuj Vlllor oliould haw Hit.
ears ilri wltWi H(nr pacing th .Wulkikl
Poultry un, 7KWim
Subtccll ur tU Dtxily huiletiixfsb
ctntt ptf'wmlh. ' ' 1