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FROM AND AFTEH JUKE 1. 1893.
To Ewa MlLt.
D. D. A. J).
A.M. T.M. l'.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu 8;4f 1:45 4:35 fi:IO
Leave Pearl City 0:30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57- 6:30 0:22
. . To Honolulu.
O. B. n. A.
A.M. A.M. F.M. IM.
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:12
Leavo Pearl City (1:53 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:53 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
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5 0 7 40
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Last quarter of the moon on the Cth at llli.
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Tlrao Whistle blows at lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Uonolulu time, wlilch is the same us 121i. Om.
0s. ot Greenwich time.
THE flAILY BOLLBTIN.
MONDAY, JULY 3, 1893.
Sunday, July 2.
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
btmr Hawaii from Hnmakua
Stinr Mikahala from Kauai
Btmr Llkelike from Maui
Stiur Lehua from Humukua
. Saturday, July 1.
S S Warrimoo for Vancouver
Moniiay, July 3.
Btmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Llkelike for Kahului
Vessels Leaving Wednesday.
Strur Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Llkelike for Maui ,
fcitnii Mokolii for Molokai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Llkelike 450 bags sugar, 103 bags
taro, 169 bags potatoes, I'll bags corn,
3891 feet koa lumber, 28 hides, 154 hogs,
40 head cattle, 1 horse, 121 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Mikahala 4117 bags sugar, 150 bags
rice, 0 bags pia' GO bdls hides, 1 bbl
tallow and 45 pkgs sundries.
Stmr O It Bishop 1000 bags paddy.
Stmr Waimanalo 000 bags paddy.
Stmr Hawaii 5520 bags sugar.
Stmr Lehua 3000 bags sugur.
Bohr Kauikeaoull 225 bags sugar
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, July 2
Mrs J H Blount, Mrs Moore, Mrs Oxlev,
Mrs K Andrews, W Blaisdoll, T K UoUel
ler, M It Brons, Ing Chong, Chop Hong
and 25 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Llkelike, July 2
Rev M C Sanders, Master Frank Baldwin,
It Strauch, H Guild. J H S Kaleo, W K
Hutchinson, J S Muirhead, Theo Woltl-,
Mrs O N Spencer, A T Atkinson, Y Ainoy
Ah Young, Lau Tong, Ah Fong, Wong
Tack and 00 deck.
For Vancouver, B O, per S S Warrimoo,
Jply, 1 Miss Konwlll, Ixrd Valletort, Miss
Needham, David Bice and wife, Mr and
Mrs M D Monsarrat and 2 childron, U H
Rogers, Mrs T R Keyworth and 2 children,
Mrs OH Luce. Hon W H Ubcolles, Mr
and Mrs A Feck and 2 children, Hoy H W
Peck, wife and child, 13 in stecrago and 00
passengers in transit. '
The steamer W. G. Hall will bo due from
windward ports to-morrow morning.
The Parthenope and Elizabeth Grahunio
are loading at Newcastle, N. S. W., for this
Latest coal freights from Anstralia to
Honolulu are 13s, being 0d more than to
Ban Franc! ico. s
China and Japan Affray.
A Japanese steward and a Chinoso
cook appeared in tho District Court
this morning, tho latter complaining
that tho former assaulted him with
a weapon obviously and imuiiuontly
dangerous to life, to wit, a hatchet,
on Juno 14th. Both mon wore em
ployees of Mr. J. H. Paty. Tho Jap
was found guilty and bontoucod to
bo imprisoned at hard labor sixty
days and pay $1 fine. A. P. Peter
son, his counsol, noted an appeal.
The defendant showed a contusion
on tho back of tho head whioh Dr.
Peterson described as having been
made by a blunt instrument, pro
bably a hammor. Tho Chinaman
did not show a scratch.
The P. G. band, under the direc
tion of Prof. Bergor, will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:80 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo reiidorod:
March RelolcliiK. Brown
Gavotte Bolt Olanues Dovreux
Medley American Airs Buyer
Fantasia-North and Hnutli Tolmnl
Walts Over the Wnvus ... . llo.-.ia
Bchottldohe-Jiibt Push, Don't Bliuvu...
i wo MorclioK by 8oiun-(tt) Gladiator, lb)
High Behool Ciuluti.
Daily Uulletin, ftO oe.nt u month,
LOOAIi AND GENEIlAIi NEWS.,
Tho latest: Havo you got tho
Tho Bulletin will not bo issued
Scottish Thistlo Club meets to
night at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Oahu Railway Co. will run
special trains to-morrow.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. "Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
Tho P. G. band plays at Emma
Square as usual this ovoning.
Itipo, juicy grapes are for salo by
liobort Lishinnn. See advertisement.
Road what N. -S. Sachs offers in
tho way of bargains for this weok
A Gorman girl desires a situation
as cook or to assist in gonoral houso
work. No. 2 boat raco, for shore boats,
will bo oxciting, six boats being en
tered. Hawaiian Souvenirs at Thomas
Lindsay's, jeweler, Mcluoruy block,
Pioneer Building and Loan Asso
ciation's all mini meeting will bo hold
Mr. John A. Hassingor, Clerk of
the Interior Department, is laid up
again at his town residence.
All business houses will bo closed
to-morrow July 1th, to respect the
honor of tho Stars and Stripes.
Call in at the Riilo Rango on tho
way to tho 'it h of July picnic and
win one of tho many valuable prizes
Hon. S. M. Damon, Minister of Fi
nanco, was at his Department to-day
after a few days' subjection to the
Tho Glorious Fourth' will bo uni
versally obsorvod to-morrow, the
natives already making preparations
for grand luaus.
Two Chinoso opium flonds pleaded
guilty in the District Court this
morning and were sentenced to pay
lines of. 50 each.
Tho U. S. guuboat Adams return
ed from a cruise about 10:80 o'clock
yesterday morning, in time to take
part in tho 4th of July celebrations.
Tho grocery firms of Hor.ry May
& Co., H. E. Mclutyro & Bro., Lewis
& Co., Cha6. Hustaco and Henry
Davis & Co will not open to-nior-row.
A crickot match between married
and single teams has boon arranged
for to-morrow at tho Makiki recrea
ation grounds. Tho game will be
gin at 12:au.
There will be a number of good
horse, races at Waialua to-morrow.
Town people loft yesterday ovoninir
and to-day for the placo, to take part
in tho sports.,o come olF there.
Tho attontion of sailing masters
of 2nd Class Yachts is called to tho
change in tho regatta advertise
ment, tho hour of starting having
been changed to 10:80 a. m. and tho
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
for July was sharp on time, although
tho first Saturda3r, when it is due,
was tho first day of tho month. It
contains tho usual good budget of
social and church news.
Row M. C. Saunders of India
preached for Rov. Alex. Mackintosh
in St. Andrew's Cathedral at 11 a.m.
j'osterday, and in tho evening con
ducted the ontiro services as woll as
preaching. Ho is a clear and earnest
Tickets for the demonstration in
practical modeling to bo given by
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor, next
Monday ovening, under tho auspices
of tho Scottish Thistle Club, may bo
obtained from Chief Thomas Lind-sa-,
. Tho masquerade ball will take
place to-morrow evening at the Bero
tauia street armor'. The manage
ment has been industrious in arrang
ing for tho comfort of all attending
it. it win bo a lit ting winuing-up
of tho day's celebration.
Mrs. Win. Wagner mot with a
misfortuno yesterday afternoon whilo
bathing at Mrs. Thos. Wright's
baths, Waikiki. Sho was in with
othor ladies bathing whou sho stop
pod on a sea-ogg, about ton of tho
sharp prongs entoring her foot. Dr.
Day was telephoned for and attend
ed to tho lady.
Owing to tho 3'achts not having
come to timo, the race for tho Chal
lenge Cup has been postponed to a
future date. Tho 2nd Class Yacht
Raco will start at 10:30 a. in., four
boats having entered up to tho
timo of our going to press. The
prizes havo been raisod to S.'iO first
prize, $'2o second prize.
Tho Bulletin is in receipt of a
neat program of the regatta and
sports to bo hold to-morrow under
the direction of a commit teo belong
ing to tlm TI. H. K. liMnrr-liii, Rrulon
The program was got up on board
ship by Mr. II. F. Humphrey, print
er? and is certainly a vory hauusonio
example of the punter's art.
Tho woll known Now England
Livo Stock IiiBiiraneo Co. of Boston,
has written to Dr. M. L. Minor, Y.S.,
offering him the important position
of V. S. to tho company. Dr. Minor
hasrilecided to accept "thu ollor, and
will leave for Boston as soon as lie
can arrange his affairs hero. Dr.
Monsarrat, it is undorhtood, will suc
ceed Dr, Miner in the inaiiagoiiioiit
of the vaccine farm,
Tho Fourth July Committee on
Refreshments liu iiilrtiKtud the
popular Sans Souei management
with tho carrying out of the bar
becue portion of lo-nioiTow'ti coin
Inatioii at Little Britain, King
street, and in onler to show what
they can do in the catering line, tho
Suns Souei stall' promise to outshine
all previous ell'oilH in Huh direction.
Go and too for yomuolf,
SECOND OF THE LINE.
Call of B. B. Warrimoo on Voyago
from Sydney to Vancouver.
Tho Canadian-Australian Co.'s S.
S. Warrimoo, flying tho, royal mail
flag, ontored Honolulu harbor tit
1:30 Saturday afternoon. Pursor
Young furnished tho following re
port of tho voyngo thus far:
"Tho Warrimoo loft Sydnoy on
tho ovoning of Saturday, Juno 17, at
0:10 p. in., Calling at Brisbane and
leaving thoro at 5:30 on 19th, thonco
resuming hor journey to this port.
Tho Warrimoo is undor tho com
mand of Lieutenant J. 0. Arthur,
R. N. R., and tho following officers
are associated with him: Messrs. R.
E. Arundoll, chief ofllcor, J. W. Law
rence, second, J. D. S. Phillips,
third, and W. Anderson, fourth.
Tho ongiuo room is under the caro
of Mr. David Wilson, whilst Mr. T.
B. Young discharges tho duties of
pursor, and Mr. Walter Macfarlauo
chiof steward. From Sydnoy to
Brisbane fiuo woathor was experi
enced, with light westerly winds,
thonco to Now Caledonia light
northerly and from that out mod-
orato to stormy .N. E. winds; no fc.
E. trade winds experienced. Tho
Warrimoo mado tho passago from
Sydnoy via Brisbano to Honolulu in
thirteen and two-thirds days."
Four passongers arrived by tho
stoamor for this port. In tho cargo
wore some cases of pineapple top
for Mr. Jordan. Tho Warrimoo had
in transit 796 packages merchandise
and ten horses, tho latter to bo sold
at Vancouvor; tho animals wore all
in good condition. Tho cargo ship
ped from this port consisted of 3600
bunches bananas, 220 cases or 40
tons of pineapples, 50 tons rice, 450
watormolous, 8 bags cocoauuts and
3 tons swoot potatoos. Tho Warri
moo resumed hor voyago to Van
couvor between 9 and 10 p. in.,
Mr. James Huddart, managing
owner of the now lino, was on board.
A representative of tho Bulletin had
a pleasant interview with him. Ho
is a younger man than anticipation
figured, very courteous aud gonial.
Mr. Huddart said ho was going
through to England, and would of
course return by this lino.
"Is tho lino established for a cer
tain time?" was asked.
"I hope it is established for all
time," was the coufidout reply.
Mr. Huddart addod a statement of
the good news, alreadj- received here
by the Miowora's mail from Van
couvor, that Now South Wales had
already granted aid to tho extent of
60,000. Ho was delighted with tho
enthusiastic reception given to the
piouoor steamer ill British Columbia.
"Tho Australian papers report ef
forts to reorganize tho brokou banks,
out 1 soo there is some opposition in
"Yes," replied Mr. Huddart, some
of tho creditors are raising objec
tions to tho schemes of settlement,
but I hope tho financial dillicultios
will bo adjusted satisfactorily boforo
Mr. Huddart could not throw auj
light on tho Pacific cable prospects,
when reforonco was made to nows of
a French steamer's starting to lay a
cable to Noumea.
Mrs. Huddart accompanies hor
husband on his journey.
GLOVE FIGHT TO FINISH.
Barrowich Defeats a Second Han
from the Boston.
Two middlewoights, Jack Marks,
from the U. S. S. Boston, and Barro
wich, a fighter woll known on tho
Pacific Coast, fought for a purse of
$100 on Saturday afternoon, only a
favored few being present to witness
it. The sot-to took placo at tho
bath houso near tho Marino Rail
way. A temporary ring was pitched
and Marquis of Queensboory rules
govorned. Thoro was vory littlo of
preliminary and tho mon soon got
down to work. Marks was tho
heavier man of tho two, but ho lack
ed tho quickness of his opponent,
who mado lightning passes at him.
Barrowich's peculiarity in his fight
ing is his tapping tactics. Ho vory
seldom struck out from tho shoulder.
Barrowich secured first blood in tho
initial round, aud hold tho honors.
In tho second round Barrowich
was takou unaware3 by a right
handor, but camo up at the end of
the round blooming. In tho third
round Marks was fairly slaughtered,
and fell on tho ground. Failing to
riso within tho limited timo of ten
seconds, tho fight was awarded to
Tho battle was for a purse of S100.
Barrowich, who is not twenty years
of ago yet, previously dofeatod E. J.
Norcott, also of tho Boston.
Hawaiian Actor Boon 111.
Tho Now York Dramatic News has
tho following item about a Houo-c
"Charles B. Poor, who has been
lying ill (at one time critically so) at
tho Post-Graduato Hospital in 2tith
streot,for tho past six weeks, is now
among tho convalescents. Tho doc
tors are doing their best to prepare
him to get out on his feet and into
tho country, where pure air and
fresh food will do more than medi
cines. Cars on the Fourth.
Tho King Btreot cars will run
every quarter of an hour to-morrow
between Waikiki and Palama. Tho
first quarter hour car leaves Rifle
Range for Palama at 8:8 a. m., last
one loaves Waikiki at 8:16, last ono
from Palama for Riilo Rauge only
9:17. Before and after these times
half hour service as usual.
- ' mum m 4 j i
"My littlo boy was very bad off
for two mouths with diurrhcua. Wo
I iihod various medicines, also called
j in two doctors, but nothing dnuo
, hi in any good until wo used Cham
berlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarr
I h(ia Remedy, which gave iuiniodlato
, relief and soon cured him. I con
sider it the bcttt medicine miido and
conscientiously ivcoiiiiiioud it to all
who need a iliiurliim or colie medi
cine, J. 1C. Uaio, Trenton, Tex. 25
laud HO coats bottles for sale by all
doalnw, Boiimiii, Smith & Co.,
I agents for the Hawaiian Islaiulu,
THE OZAB IS HEBE.
High-Handod Intorforonco with tho
Liberty of tho Subject.
Marshal Hitchcock sent for J.
Libornio, bnndtnastor of tho Hawai
ian National Band on Saturday, and
gave him strict ordors not to allow
any of tho mombors of his band to
play in any public placo or Btreot.
Wm. Aylott, loading comotist, hear
ing of tho Marshal's mandate, called
on him this morning to ascortain if
such roport was true. Tho Marshal
told him that it was. The band is
firohibitod from playing in any pub
ic placo without first notifyiug aud
gaining tho consent of the authori
ties. Tho Marshal stated ho had re
ceived instructions from thoso above
him, although ho would not stato
who tho authority was.
As twonty-two mombors of tho
National Baud wore to leave on tho
stoamor Likoliko this afternoon for
tho Maui races, boiug engaged to
play on tho track and at the annex
ation club ball, they were placed in
a quandary as to what to do.
Anothor thing which worried them
to-dav was a report that thov would
not bo allowed to take passage on
tho stoamor unless they paid their
personal taxes which are now due.
Throe of tho musicians called at tho
Tax Assessor's offico and that official
being absent, they asked tho clerks
if tho roport was true. Tho clerks
repliod that it was. None could go
unless they paid their taxes. Tno
Nationals then gave up tho idea of
going to Maui aud decided to cancel
their engagements rathor than in
spire any further tho wrath of the
At 2:30 o'clock Aylott was prevail
ed upon to soo Jonathan Shaw, Tax
Assessor, in person. Mr. Shaw told
him that it was the law, but in this
case ho would let tliotu go. As the
boys wore notified this morning,
howover, that they' wore not going,
Aylott doos not believe ho can got
them togothor in timo for tho stoam
or this evening.
GBOSS LACK OF OABE.
in Two Persons Beine
Ward 8 was struck by the Bell
Tower alarm' yesterday ovoning at
8:45 o'clock. t turned out to be
a fire in" the rear of a Chinoso
store near tho Kawaiahao church.
Chiof Engineer Hustaco and the
two engines responded promptly,
but tho tiro had been put out by a
number of oxcited native women.
When tho chief eugiueor entered tho
houso tho room was in darkness aud
women were throwing buckets of
water in tho direction of tho bed.
Finally a light was secured, when a
pitiful sight was witnessed. A littlo
half-whito girl was found on tho
bod scorched about tho head, arms
aud legs. Tho right arm was raw,
the skin having pooled off, and ono
of tho legs was in tho samo condi
tion. One of tho women who res
cued the girl had her right arm
badly burned also. A hack was call
ed and tho girl aud woman were
taken to tho Quoon's Hospital for
Tho cause of tho fire is a mystory
but it is belioved to have boon a
coal-oil lamp knocked over by tho
girl whilo endeavoring to got out of
bed. Thoro was no ono olso iu tho
room at the timo, the other tenants
being iu another building. They
were attracted by tho child's cries
and rushing in' saw tho mosquito
bar aud bedding in a mass offlames,
and tho girl trying to oxtrieato her
self from hor doadly peril.
Tho unfortuuato child is a littlo
over five years of age, and tho daugh
ter of Wm. Boy, assistant engineer
on tho stoamor Lehua.
THE KALALAU EXPEDITION.
Two Lepers Surrender to tho Acting
Tho arrival of tho stoamor Mika
hala from Kauai yesterday morning
was awaited with eager interest by a
crowd of pooplo. When the Mika
hala arrived tho first question was
with regard to tho Kalalau lepers.
Tho Mikahala left Makawoh pn
Saturday morning, and before leav
ing a telephone message was receiv
ed from Waiinoa that two of tho
lepers had surrendered peaceably to
acting Deputy Shoriff Blackstadt of
Waimea, and a posse of police. Tho
Mikahala touched at Nawiliwili but
nothing further than that montiouod
Tho steamer Waialoalo with tho
oxpeditiou ou board arrived at Haua
loi early Saturday morning aud left
later, expecting to arrive at Kalalau
in tho afternoon. Further nows in
regard to tho expedition will prob
ably bo brought in a few days.
Captured and to be Carvod.
Mention was lately mado that
Chiof Itangor Cunningham of the
Anchor Saloon was on a hunt for
turkeys, dead or alivo. Information
has boon received which proves that
Lvoi. iuuniugiiam's ollorts with the
aid of Cant. ,1. II. Black havo been
successful, tho turkeys havo boon
captured aud will bo carvod and
served up for patrons of tho Anchor
Saloon to-morrow, July 4th, at noon.
BY A OKRMAN UJKL AS COOK OH
to Uhslirt in (It'iiural Housework;
Kod references, Apply "X. Y. .," llui,
i.ktin Olllcu. "US-lw
Ripe Grapes 8 Pounds for $1.
tmT- Apply ROUT. L1B1IMAN.
UoTkTulephomi No. 317. 7W-lw
FINE FAMILY AND LIVERY
X Im'k to Inform hix
old putronti iui'1 frleinlit
Iu tliu lliiuiilliin IhUiiiiU,
uiiii mi huh nrriviMi iroiii
Han Francisco uilii a down Finn 1'niiilly
Carrlagu llorxus (guaranteed toiind and
guiimii, wiiiuii fit i mi urn
tit J. N.
Wright', Mttlu llrltiiln.
w, ii. I'Aui:.
iTamca llebcr Dorttxan
ot Shy Beaver, Ta.
Cured of Scrofula
Tho People will have Hood's
Air. Sorman'a Experlcnco
"My boy, now o years old, had Scrofula tn
ono cyo from tho timo lie was a baby; discharg
ing all tho timo. Of Into wo havo boon giving
Mm Hood's S.irsaparill.i, and It lias done all
that mcdicluo can do. Tho Scrofula has disap
peared, and his oyo is healed up and well. I
folly bcllevo Hood's Sarsaparllla Is tho best
medicine In tho market I keep a general store,
and It Is not a trick to sell Hood's Sarsaparllla
for tho people will have It. I sell more of
Hood's Sarsaparllla than all other medicines
together and tho storo would not be comploU
Hood's s Cures
without It My lfo has also been entirely
cured of Scrofula by Hood's Sarsaparllla, and I
am heartily thankful for what It hai done for
us." John Douman, Shy lloavcr, Pa.
HOOD'S PlLLO "o tlia best after-dinner Pllli,
UtUt dlgettlon, cur htidiche. Try a box. 23c
HOBROX, XEWMAX & CO.,
Agents for llawniian Islands.
July 4, 1893.
Open to all Yachts Below
5 Tons Measurement.
1st Prize, $50. 2d Prize,
Donated liy the Fourth of .Inly Celebration
Committee, subject to three or more boats
MtartiiiR. The Yachts will assemble oil' the
Paeilii; JIail Doeknt 10 a.m., at which hour
n preparatory unit will be liroil from the
.Tuilges' boat. The starting gun will be
fired at 10:30 u.-ia. Hharp.
Course to lie palled and nrlnted
rules can be bail by the sailing masters of
each Yneht on application to the Secretary
or the Judges.
CVList of entries will be open at tho
Ollii-o of the Secretary, l'ort Street, until 2
l.m. nj- J.1. 1 , J ill ou.
JUDGES Cnpt. King, Cnpt. Grilllths,
COM51 ITTKK-C. 1$. Wilson, J. M Dow
sett, O. 1. laiikea. 708-lt
July 4, 1893.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3,
-A.T B O'OLiOCK,
THE S. S. IKELIKE"
Will leave Honolulu MONDAY AFTER
NOON', July :M, at 5 o'clock.
Arriving at Kahului KAHLY TUESDAY
JIOIININC., July -nil.
Leaving Kahului TUESDAY NIOHT, July
ltli, will arrive at Honolulu WEDNES
Tickets for the Round Trip:
Cabin, : : : : $7.50
Deck, : : : : : $3.00
WIl.DEU'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, June 23, 1803. 700-lw
Grand Masquerade !
T THE UEQUEST OF SEVERAL
Prominent Ladies and Gentlemen
who took part iu the ball which was given
last month, another Masquerade will be
given at the Armory on TUESDAY
EVENING. Julv Ith. It will bo iriven
under the direction f the sauiu eommittoe
who conducted the last ball. Everything
will be done to Iusuru n good time to thosu
who attend. The proceeds will be applied
to tho Transportation of an invalid to his
home and the balance "will he given to a
Lndles' Charitable Society. Doors open
at 8 o'clock.
rT- TICKETS fl. Tickets can be had
at ilolllster iV Co., Hi'Iimjii, Smith iV Co.,
llobrou, Newman it Co.. Hawaiian News
FOR. SJliE !
SOMETHING NEW I
Priestman Oil Engine
n llori-n l'mwr, It tuts with Ordinary
Ki'roMiiui Oil wliliout Holler or Fur-
unci'. Cost to run very muiill
im compared with nletiiu.
g If ''an Im Men In motion
lioutii. Ijiiueii direct, ,
-rfSKSii, &-Jmr 1 llmV-.
IfrWFov This "Week"!
N. S. SACHS'
BSO IPort Stroet, Honolulu.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats !
Boys' Mixed Straw Hats, extra value 40c.
Boys' Fancy Straw Hats for 50c.
Boys' White Straw Hats for 40c.
Children's Sailor Hats, all colors GOc.
Children's Trimmed Straw Hats, latest style; reduced
Extra Fine Braid Sailor Hats, white and colored, re
duced from $1.50 to 1.10
23r These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -g
ME. S. 3L.E3 VY
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces ixi sill "Widtlxs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
TdZJQKt "street 75
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. EHLERS Sc GO.
S3 JET'ORI' STI.B1H11,.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and C0L0RED,-Jnst suitable (or this climate.
KNOTTED BWISS-A very nretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE -GREAT NOVELTIES
Silltaline and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
ZW Dressmaldria Under the Management of HISS K. CLARK. .S3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Fire riskH on all klndn of Insuranee Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. "WVAJLiIECEPt,
Autlng Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. Lack's Ilulldlnu, Port, between Kint;
aud Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
.A.T lO A.. $&,
W Upstairs Room Reserved for Ladles
ami their Efforts.
Home Cookery, Only White Help Employed.
FRANCES M. NIC0LL,' :
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor $?$& & Builder.
-7btimati:b GIVL'N on all kinds
AU of llrlok. Iron, titoile and Woodun
lltiildluKS, All kinds of Johlitni; In the
hiilldlujir trade ntUmilcd 10. Keepi fornalo:
llrli'k, f.liue. Cement. Iron riloitu Pipe anil
I'ittliiK"'. Old mill New Corrugated Iron,
Minion '1 lie, Oimrry 'i'lle. tuxirtod lre
and colors! Ciillfiiriilu and Monterey Hand,
tlrituile ('urlilliK and lllock, etc., ete,
Mf OIlU'o and Yardi Corner Klnguinl
""tt-Mmtieuu. Olllco Hours: h to Xi a.m.,
'" Telephones) JltillMli Mutual
Kuaiileiu-ei Mutual 410. P, O, Hot
NEW GOODS !
QUilBORIPTIONH FOR DEFRAYING
O the Expenses of the cuminc Fourth
of July Celebration eun bo left at the
below-mentioned Ollleus and Stores, where
the Lists are now open:
1IOLLISTER !v CO.,
11ENKON, BM1T1I t 00.,
HORRON, NEWMAN iV CO.,
HAWAIIAN NEWS 110. '
THE K. K. BATHS
AT KEIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Are now open to the Publlo and will bo
curried on as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars,
IllU'lldlllL' vl.lhirs ylioiilil limv.. ii...
ears llr.t swltoh after mlnK the Walklkl
Poultry Yards,, . 7110-3111
iubtcrll or th !Mly'luaifHJTQ
Willi )r moiiM,