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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE t. 1803.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
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Mystio Lodge, No.
moots this ovoning.
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D. Saturdays excepted.
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Oliins or mountain apples aro for
salo ou tho fruit stalls.
Diamond Hoail, 3 p. ra. Woathor,
cloudy; wind, frosh nortboast.
Marshal Hitchcock is laid up with
an nttack of tho visiting tourist.
A list of public school examina
tions appears in tho "by authority"
Tho annual mooting of tho Waio
hinu A. & G. Co., will bo hold on
A mail will bo forwarded to Kala
lau by tho Iwalaui at 5 o'clock this
A reward is offered for tho re
covery 01 a wuito aim brown ro
THE FOURTH ON MAUI
Rattling Good Day on the Track
at Spreckels Paik.
Twelve Races Run Before a Large Crowd,
M. C.A.will bo
at 7:30 p.
mooting of tho Y.
hold on Thursday
Captain Robert Parkor returned
from Maui on tho steamer W. Q.
Mnoa has boon
Last quarter? ot the moan on the Gtli lit llli.
Time Whlstlo blons at 111 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the sumo us lili. Om.
Ob. of Greenwich time.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1893.
Tuesday, July 4.
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Btrur Waialeulo from Kauai
Wednksday, July 5.
Ger bk G N Wilcox, 138 days from Liver
pool Stmr Likelike from Kahului
Wkiiiwday, July 5.
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Wainlua, Moku-
leia, at 9 a m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p ra
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at a p ra
Stmr Likelike for Maui
Stmi Mokolli for Molokai
8tmr C R Bishop for Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins for Kool.iu
Stmr Lehua for Hamakua
Schr Liholiho for Kauai
Scbr Kauikeaoull for Koliala
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W G Hall 1817 bags sugar, 3 bags
coffee, 151 bags awa, 28 head cattle, 1
horse, 20 pigs, 7 bdls hides and GO pfcgs
Stmr Waialoale 1332 bags paddy and 3
A native named
locked up prior to
as 10 1113 sauiiy.
Tho Glorious Fourth was general
ly observed yesterday, uot a single
store in town boing open.
Jas. F. Morgan will offor for salo
$1000 Hawaiian Government Bonds,
to-morrow (Thursdaj-), at 12 o clock
A member of tho P. G. guard
named Wostoly was badly burned
about tho faco by an explosion of
E. B. Thomas offers a reward of
$100 for the arrest and conviction
of tho party who stole his horbo and
buggy on 4th July.
Two Chinoso opium fiends wore
fined SoOeach this morning by Judge
Carter. Soven others wero discharg
ed for non-sutliciont evidence.
Thoro was gonoral jollification at
tho Polico Station yesterday aftor
tho boat. races in tho harbor. It is
reported tho Deputy Marshal won
Bros. Frank and Thomas of St.
Louis College will loavo by the S. S.
Peru, going to Dayton, Ohio, to at
tend a toachers' convention thoro on
the 25th inst.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works toam
defeated the Pauoa tug-of-war team
yesterday in ouo hour and fifteen
minutes. Aftor the pull tho contes
tants and their friends had a luau.
per Btmr W G
From Hawaii and Maui, pi
Lane, Jas Blackball, Ahina, F Mcliay and
Hall, July 4 Mrs C T Willis, Miss K Puu
ohau, H Braunschwei
Belaney, Capt Wm
:erand daughter, T
il uarter, L,ot
wife, Mrs W Mann, Miss Kealoha, A It
Dunbar, Bro Thomas, Miss Mabel Kaili, K
w ranter anu J. policemen, aim 44 uuck.
Shipping. Not os.
The German bark G. N. Wilcox, flying
the Hawaiian flag at the foremast was
towed into port this morning, after a smart
passage of 138 days from Liverpool. This
is the splendid bark's maiden voyage. On
the way hither she sighted very few vessels,
and experienced very little wind at times.
The first mate states that the bark would
have made the passage in 100 days if it
were not for calms. Hhe behaved splen
didly and according to the mate, is a very
fast vessel. The best day's run made on the
passage was 320 miles. Besides a general
cargo the vessel has 1500 tons of coal.
Captain Wolters is in command of her.
HUTCHISON At Kalihi, July 4, to the
wife of W. K. Hutchison, a daughter.
St. Louis College Band.
A public band concert will be
given by tho St. Louis College Band
on tho College premises, to-morrow
at 4 p. m. Following is the program:
March Bishop's Jubilee Francis
Mcdloy Tho Old and The New .... Bo er
Gavotto Stephanie Czibulku
Cornet Dnet Swiss Twins Muth
Sonus look's Bad Boy Jtcltl
Bongs Cftckl0) Cacklo, Cuckle . Bugnal
Fantasia Goblins Rollinson
Concert I'olka Wailuku . ,1'raiicls
Waltres On Tho Ithino . Koler Bela
Galop Jolly Brothers Budiko
Mrs. Victoria Ward has issued in
vitations to tho wedding reception
of hor daughter May and Mr. Ernost
Hay Wodoliouso, at tho Old Planta
tion, Monday ovoning next at 8:30.
Mr, and Mrs. Alexander Young
have issued invitations to the mar
riage of thoir daughter Susan Alice
to Dr. Bobort Willis Anderson, at
Central Union Church, Tuosdny
ovoning at 8 o'clock, and to at) "At
Homo, corner Victoria and King
streets, from 8.-30 until 10:30.
"One of my customers enmo in to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
medicine I had," says Low Young, a
prominent druggist of Newman
Grove. Neb. "Of courso I showed
him Chamborlain's Cough Itemedy,
and ho did not ask to sou any other.
I have never yot sold a inedicino
that would loosen and reliovo a se
vere cold bo quickly as thut Jtoiiieilr
dooa. I have sold four dozens of it
within tho loHt sixty dnyu and do
uot know of a Hingfo cuho whore it
fatlod to give tho most perfect nulls
faction." BO cont bottles for bulo by
all dealers, Boiihoii. Smith Hi Co..
Bfputti for tho Hawaiian, laluuds,
On Friday next, July 7th, Jas. P.
Morgan will hold a sale of house
hold furniture and bric-a-brac, etc.,
at the promises ou Hotel streot
formorly used as tho Arlington Din
Clork Stilos of tho Chinese bureau
was holding a reception this after
noon, of Chinese seeking return per
mits to go by tho S. S. China due
here en route to China on Sunday.
Ho counts on 50 or (30 applicants
In one of tho running races hold
'at Waialua yestorday one of the
horses bolongiug to Kahipaha stum
bled and foil, injuring rather severely
his rider, a native jockey named
Kooula. It is not expected that his
injuries will prove fatal.
The Australian wooden corvette
Saida was expected to leave Mel
bourne aftor a four weeks stay tho
latter end of Juno for Sydney. From
Sydney she will go to New Zealand,
thence to Tahiti, and from Tahiti
will come here. The Saida is of
1200 horso power auxiliary steam.
Ellon Boy, tho young girl who was
severely injured at tho fire near tho
Kawaiahao Church on Sunday even
ing, died on Monday afternoon from
the burns she receivod. She was
formerly taken to the Queen's Hos
pitaVbut was roiuovod to her home
by tho parents when it was found
she wouldn't live.
Now is tho time, at tho commence
ment of tho half year, to subscribe
for tho Weekly Bulletin. It is a capital
paper to send to friends abroad, as
it is tho only newspaper published
on the islands containing a full and
true account of current events. Homo
subscription $1 per annum, foreign
(post paid) $5 porannuin.
Open houso was kopt by the
Myrtle Boat Club yesterday, many
fnunds boing well entertained. Cap
tain T. Clarke of tho steamer Kinau
receivod a largo number of his
friends in tho cabin of that steamer.
Several family parlies and Superin
tendent Johnson of Wildor's S. S.
Co. wore anion;,' his guests, whom
ho entertained right royally.
About three o'clock yesterday
aftornoon bofoio tho Waialoale was
telephoned, tho citjT front looked
like a city of tho dead. About tho
only things with any life in them
woro the llags floating on tho top of
business houses and the Aermotor in
Hackfold & Co.'s yard which was
spinning merrily around as if it had
takon a contract to pump water for
tho whole city.
A young girl in tho grand stand
was btruck on tho right shoulder
and badly bruised by a foul ball yes
torday afternoon during the game
between the Kams and Crescents. A
uuuibor of complaints have boon
heard about tho wire netting in front
of tho stand. The netting should
cover tho whole front instead of only
three-(juarteis. Another lady was
struck 011 tho side not long ago in
tho same place by a foul ball.
Thoro aro lifly-bi. vory industrious
scholars attending tho Lahaiualuiia
school, at Lahaiua, Maui, To evi
dence this a passenger by tlioBteain
or V. G, Hall Btates t lint they have
iinuur cullivatioii, all tliuirowu worit
Every ono was awako bright and
oarly this morning, to wolcomo tho
Likoliko with her load of passengors.
Mr. Hopko, with his usual liberality,
wasproparod to rocoivo tho wholo
of Honolulu, and was disappointed
when ho saw such a slim crowd.
Everything was dono to make tho
day pleasant. Tho steamer arrived
oarly and gavo hor passongers an
opportunity to got rested, before
taking part in tho day's festivities.
Tho Annual Racos of tho Maui
Racing Association aro run on this
day at Spreckels Park, Kahului, and
nearly fourteen hundrod people
(1100) witnessed tho day's sport, and
no ono wo hopo wont homo disgrun
tled at anything. Among thoso
present wero, Col. Claus Spreckels,
Hon. Sam. Parkor, Hon. W. H. Corn
woll and family, Hon. W. H. Rickard,
H. Focke, D. Center and many
othors. Mr. H. Center, tho Presi
dent of tho Association, was not
present, he boing laid up at homo
with la grippe. His gonial faco was
vory much missod. Tho following
goutlomon wero tho Ofiicors"of tho
Judges W. A. McKay, A. F.
Hopko, and H. H. Plomor.
Starters L. Von Tompsky and M.
Clork of Courso Dr. Goo. Hor
bert. Patrol Judge Ed. Krueger.
Saddling Paddock Geo. Hons.
Executive Committee A. F.
Hopke, C. H. Broad, W. T. Robin
sou. Below is a detailed account of
1st RACE SPKECKELSVIIiLK PURSE
Running' Raco. J-Milo Dash. For
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
The following horses started: M.
G. McLain's Winiiold at polo; Ivan
hoe Stables' Ivanhoe, Jr., 2d: R.
Ballentyue's Leilehua, 3d.
Three attempts wero made to
start. Tho flag dropped at tho third
attempt to get away. Winfield took
tho load, followed a few seconds
later by Leilehua, Ivanhoo, Jr., be
ing loft at the wire. Tho judges
called the horsos back, but they were
out of hearing, and kept oil running,
Winfield coming in nearly an eighth
of a mile ahead of Leilehua. The
owner of'Wiufield refusod to run his
horso again, and the judges declared
a false start and no raco. On tho
run off between Leilehua and Ivan
hoe, Jr., tho latter won the raco.
2d RACE WAILUKU PURSE-?100.
Entries Contral, b. g., A. F.
Hopko; Gorstor, bl. m., T. llollingor;
Lot Slocum, b. g., Lahaina Stablos;
Johnny Hnyward, g. g., W. H. Corn
woll. This was tho -raco of tho day.
Heavy betting was indulged in by
tho talout, Johnny Hnyward boing
tho favorite. Ho had tho old cam
paigner, Lot Slocum, against him.
Slocum was harnessed to a pnou
matic tired sulky, which is tho first
in this country.
1st heat Both got away oven,
Slocum taking tho load right away
and novor being headed, came under
tho wire a longth in front of Hay
ward. Time, 2.39.
2d and 3d heats Woro a repeti
tion of tho first, Slocum going liko
clock-work and winning tho raco.
Time, 2.38J and 2.42.
8th RA0E-LAHA1NA PURSE $100.
Running Raco. 1 Mflo Bush. For Ha
This was a good race; Billy C.
(Cornwoll's) and Quoou L. (Ballen
tyue's) woro tho starters, Billy C.
coming in throe lengths ahead of
Queen L. Timo, 1.54.
0th RACE-HANA PUKBK-$125.
Trotting and Pacing. 1 Mllo Heats.
Best 2 in 3 to harness. For all Horses
without a record of 3:00 or hotter.
Four horses started in this raco.
They.were Jack (H. Roberts). Fred
Mac "(.C. W. Macfarlano), Aupuni
(Lahaina Stables), and Lahaina Chief
1st heat After a number of at
tempts to got away, caused by tho
actions of Fred Mac, thoy got tho
word and wont off in a bunch, Jack
taking tho load and putting distance
between him aud tho rest of tho
fiold at ovory step. Jack camo un
der tho wiro in 2.51, tho others being
distanced. Mr. Macfarlane entered
a protest on the ground that Mr.
Avory was not up to tho required
weight. Mr. Avory weighed before
tho start at 150 lbs., and after the
heat ho weighed 119 lbs. Tho judges
gavo tho heat to Fred Mac, and the
other horsos woro allowed to start in
the next heat.
2nd heat All got away together,
Jack taking tho load at the turn.
Mr. Avory was a littlo mad and
started out to shut the othors out,
which ho succeeded in doing. Time,
10th RACE MULE RACE Purse $40.
Running Knee. J-Milo Dash. Catch
weights. Free to all.
Tho mulos that started woro vory
good ones, and got away like veteran
raco horsos. The starters wero
Cornwoll's Nioi, Ivanhoo Stable's
Kula Boy and R. H. Makekau's
Aloha Aina. Kula Boy was tho best
and of courso won the raco. Time,
IItii RACE QUEEN LILIUOKALANI
CUP Purse 10O.
Mile Dash. Free
RETURN FROM KALALATJ.
Free for all.
J-Mile and Repeat.
The starters in this raco wore:
Ivanhoo Stables' Oregon Boy and R.
Balleutyno's Kapiolaui Girl.
1st heat Oregon Boy had tho
polo, aud both got away togothor,
and gavo the spectators a fine raco
all tho way around, Oregon Boy
winning by a length. Timo, 54 4-5.
2nd heat Both got a good start,
aud ran together to the eight post,
when Oregon Boy began balking.
Tho heat was won by Kapiolaui
Girl. Time, 57.
Kapiolaui Girl won tho run off in
581, Oregon Boy again balked at the
3u RACE-HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
& SUGAR CO.'SPUKSE-iflOO.
Waikapu colors had a la
gnppo ou tins raco. .Lord isrock
and Cora (both Mr. Cornwoll's
horsos) wore the only starters. It
was a slow race, Lord Brock winuing
12th RAOE-MANA OUr Purse $123.
Running Race. 4 Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian nreu Morses.
This was tho last raco of the day.
Tho starters were Billy C, Quoon L
and Littlo Ono. It was a pretty
raco for the first half milo, Billy C
aud Little One fighting hard for tho
lead. Billy C was tho winner.
Kahului, July 4, 1893.
S. S. Wamloalo Brings a Numbor of
Tho Waialealo roturned from Kn
lalau, Kauai, yestorday aftornoon
nbout 4:80 o'clock. As tho vessel
came alongsido tho Likoliko wharf.
?uito a largo crowd of uativos and
oroignorshad gathered together to
loam tho news. Amongst thoso pres
ent woro S. M. Damon, WT. O. Smith
and E. Tonnoy of tho P. G., togothor
with J. H. Sopor, McLood and Fisher
of tho "army. L. Lapiorro and J.
D. McVeigh of tho Board of Health
woro also in attendance. Tho Wai
aloalo brought 15 lopors. Their bag
gago, consisting of travelling trunks,
boxes, mats, etc., wero quickly bun
dled ashore and soon after a gang
way was laid botweon tho shore aud
the vessel, along which tho lopors
walked or woro assisted"- to laud.
Two of tho women and ono of tho
mon appoarod to bo advanced cases,
but the minority did not betray
much signs of the foil disease. Thoy
woro placod in express wagons and
driven to tho Kalihi receiving station.
Tho mon had surrendered to tho of
ficers at Kalalau. Sam Ku of the
Board of Health and Priuco Albert
Kunuinkoa, who returned on tho
steamer, both showed by thoir coun
tenances that thoy had roughed it
somewhat on tho trip.
Koolau, tho murdoror of Doputy
Shoriff Stolz, and a fow othor lepers,
who aro not so badly diseased as the
prisoners, aro still at largo. Captain
Larson and his mon woro still scour
ing tho valley when tho Waialoale
loft, and as it is an impossibility to
mako a thorough search, tho mur
doror may yot escape. Tho steamer
Iwalani will touch at Kalalau this
trip, when further news will bo re
ceived as to how the expedition is
Re-opening: of Long Branch.
The" improvements and renova
tions which have been undor way
at this popular bathing resort for
the past two months, aro now com
pleted, and the gonial propriotor,
Mr. Jas. Sherwood, announces a
grand ro-opouiug for to-morrow
ovoning, July Gth, on which occasion
tho Hawaiian baud will bo in at
tendance, through tho courtesy of
Horr Bergor, tho popular loader.
Extensive additions have been made,
which include a large dancing hall
in the main building, togothor with
several now and commodious bath
rooms with ovory convouienco, which
will bo reserved exclusively for
ladies. A now lot of ladies and gen
tlomon's bathing suits have just ar
rived, and ovory comfort aud con
vouienco for guests will now bo af
forded under the now order of
Reception by the TJ. S. Minister.
Col. J. H. Blount, United States
Minister, hold a reception which was
largely attended from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock yestorday afternoon at tho
Legation. Mrs. Blount was suffering
from an abscess in tho arm, but a
numbor of good lady friends assisted
in receiving tho callers, aud tho hos
pitalities woro graciously proffered.
BTor This Week
N. S. SACHS'
OSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats !
Boys' Mixed Straw Hats, extra value 40c.
Boys' Fancy Straw Hats for 50c.
Boys' White Straw Hats for 4X)c.
Children's Sailor Hats, all colors (30c.
Children's Trimmed Straw Hats, latest style ; reduced
to 7 75c
Extra Fine Braid Sailor Hats, white and colored, re-
duced from 1.50 to $1.10
These Prices are Positively for THIS' WEEK ONLY s
:m:. s. levy
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. a,ll "WicLfcfcLs,
CHURCH FEUD AT IAHAINA.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Trotting and Puclng.
Host 2 in 3 to humus,
1 Mile Heats.
oo, uliout twenty aunts of fine t aro,
Tlio littlo valley, lio added, h fairly
covered with growing taro, The
hoya havo a warm aloha for thoir
present principal, Mr. 11. S, Towu
Hond, and workjiko Imavorrt liotli in
and out of ttuhool,
Cornwoll's Waikapu Maid and
Hopko's Contral started in this raco.
1st heat Waikapu Maid had tho
polo, aud took tho load at tho 6tart
and kopt it to tho wiro. Timo, 8.25.
2nd lioat This was. a repetition
of tho lirst, Waikapu Maid winning
tho hoat aud race. Time, 3 25.
4th HACK WAIKAPU PUK8K-J75.
Hnnnlng lluco. Ji-Mllo Dush. For
Tho Htartors woro: II. Roberts'
Black Diamond, Ivanhoo Stablos'
Ivanhoo, Jr., aud It. Balleutyno's
Loilohun. Loilohua had tho polo,
with Black Diamond and Ivanhoo,
Jr., in the order nauiod. This was a
lino raco, tho horsos running in a
buuoh from stnrt to finish. Loilo
hua coming in first, a head length
from Black Diamond, Ivi.nhoo, Jr.,
third. Time, 1.21J.
Illuming ltiicu, -Mllu DuhIi, For I
Ponies H liambi or under, to carry 100
Cornwoll's Littlo Ouo, D. Center's
Littlo Davo, Ivanhoo Stablos' Flash
aud Ylaug Ylnng, started in this
raco. All got away togothor, run
ning so to tho eighth post. Littlo
Ouo aud Littlo Davo thou drew
away from the rest and ran a beauti
ful raoo to tho wiro, Littlo Ouo win
uing by a noso. Timo, 55 J.
Urn UAOlI-KAHiaUl I'UHBK-IIM.
Illuming Hiico. l.MUoPasli, Free (or
Tho starters woro Lord Brock, en
tered by Cornwoll, aud OscurioiiH.
by Ivanhoo Stablos. Oaourious tried
hard to regain his former laurels,
but he was in too swift company,
Brook winning tho raco in 1.50,
7m UAOiJ-WAiuni: l'uiiBn-inn.
Tho Edifice Nailed Up and the Flock
Captain Parkor returned on tho
stoatnor W. G. Hall yestorday, having
somewhat satisfactorily adjusted the
trouble thoro botweon Kov. Pali and
his parishioners. Captain Parkor
arrived on Friday night and found
that tho congregation woro going to
attempt a coup de main by ejecting
Kov. Pali from the houso on the nest
morning. As soon as tho oificor
hoard this ho sent his assistants off
iu great Haste to notify Deputy
Sheriff Andrews of his arrival. Tho
congregation was also mado awaro
of tho fact. On Saturday morning
in company with Sheriff Chilling
worth, Captain Parkor spoko to Kov.
Pali and to Mr. Mnkokau, ono of the
loaders of tho pastor's opponents,
telling thorn that ho had orders to
keop tho peace aud stay any violonco
intended against Mr. Pali. Makokau
promised that they would keop
quiot until July 8, whon another
meeting was to bo hold to consider
tho mattor of Pali's incumbency.
At a previous mooting it was passod
on a vote of G8 to 8 to eject tho
minister. Politics is tho cause. Tho
congregation wished to exclude poli
tics from tho church, but Pali per
sisted iu tho caubo of annexation.
Tho church doors aro still nailod
up and no efforts havo boon made to
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
f opular brerman Dry Goods Store,
7 5 FORT STREET" 175
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. :f EHLERS &c oo.
ITr: N. Mslce
Tho combination of excellent stomach
tonics in Ilood'a Sarsaparilla is such that,
with proper attention to diet, indigestion
and even the worst cases of dyspepsia are
cured by tills medicine. Read this;
"Having for several years been greatly
troubled nlth Indiscillon, and- having seen
Hood's Sarsaparilla advertised, I concluded to
give It a trial. To my hippliim and (Treat satis
faction I found Itto Ijo ihr oulf rcmodjr for this
complaint." Miih. N. Fisui:, 4i!5 (loary Street,
Ban 1 runt Isco, C'al.
Hood's Pills net easily, ct promptly and
efficiently, on tho liver and bowels. 26c
HONKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Aleuts for Hmwiiiun IhIiukIh.
At tho cricket match yoslordny
Mr. J. Hulchiugb, clork in II. May &
Co.'s store, had tho misfortune,
while batting a ball, to fall aud
break a small hone in tho right leg
nbovo the ankle. Drs. Walters and
Nichols, who woro iu tho game, at
tended to him temporarily, having
him curried to his houso close to tho
grounds. Thure, his family physi
cian, Dr. .1. S. McGrow, was called.
It is learned to-day that the injury
is not great aud that Mr. Ilutchiugs
will bo able to go about with tho aid
of sticks in a fow days.
The oxmirriioii party to tho Maui
races reluruod ou tho stoainor Liko
liko this morning. Tho Fourth was
a grand miccobs thoro,
Tho highont praisu has been won
Hood's I'illh for thoir
DOG STRAYED OB STOLEN
98 FORT STK.B3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and CO l.OUED-Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED 8WIS8-A very pretty lino; entirely now.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO OHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silltaliri and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
EST Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JS3
Royal Insurance Company
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : $42,432,174.00
Fire ri.sl.'H on ull kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. "WllilECEIR.,
Acting Agent fur tho Huuullun Islands.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
1; 8ntiirdii , u Wliito and
Jlrown Retriever I'nii, Huven
mnntliH' old, long and thick
hair, tip of tail has boon cut.
NBALVE8 .fc CO.'S BTORE,
l'liulnu. 1 Mllo Units
... I...t..ukj 1 a. .. fill llll.
11 V. IU IIHI1IUB. (im iui M..
HoroUKwIthii record of 'JiiW or better.
to curry IWIbn,
Hunt a in 6,
oilluionl nut Inn. Sold
(,'UtH, I'rloO 2) I'DlltH,
fpiti: WKKKLY IJUI.LKi'lN 2H COL
JL uiiiiimoI IntontntliiK ReadtiiK Mutter,
lnUiida.M; uiIIhI UWoreltin ooiintrli,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ALL KNIGHTS QUALIFIED
are cordially Iiixilcd to be
present at the Cumin Hall of My ti
tle Lodge, No. a, K. of I'., THIS
gm liibtulliuimi of OIlleerH. l'er order
of tliu (MS. A V. OKA it,
7b!l-lt K. of it. A- S.
FINE FAMILY AND LIVERY
X begd to Inform bin
old piilroim aii'l friend
i.. i... ii it.... ii i.
Ill lliu tlllll llllllll IPIIIllilP, r ,
llkiit III. linn urfltfiil friim - M.U.
Hun Francisco with it ihuun I'luu l'auill
Carriage Jloroeii (guaranteed koiiiiiI and
gentle i, uhlch can he ticn at J. N
Wright's, Little Hrlialn,
7iw.iw' v, ii. r.un:.
60 vrnt a muiif'i,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. Lnek'H Building, Fort, between King
and Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
-A.T lO .A.. 1.
1 Upstairs Room Reserved for Ladles
and their Escorts.
Home Cookery. Only White Help Employed.
FRANCES M. NIC0LL, : : Proprietor.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor SmA & Builder.
TSTIMATLB (HVIIS ON ALL KINDS
XU of llrick, Iron, Htouo and Wooden
llulldlngs, All Kinds of Jobbing in the
bilildlni; trade utteiidid to. Keeps for sale:
llrick, Lime, tXumiiit, Iron Htonu I'ipu and
Fittings. Old and .New ('ornigutul Iron,
Million Tile. Utlurrv 'llles. assorted sizes
and colors; Callfoniiu and Monimi) Hand,
(Intuitu Curbing and lUuckn, etc, etc.
iff Ollleo uud Yard) Corner King and
Hnilth strict. Ollloo Hours! WIoI'Ja.m,,
I tu I I'.m, Telephones! Hell Ml j Mutual
Wl, Residence Mutual HO, I. O. lloi
Priestman Oil Engine
5 Horso I'ovvcr. Runs with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Holier or Fur
nace. Cost to run very small
as eonipnred with steam.
Can be seen in motion ut nv tt'nro.
bouse, Queen street,
mvim ROUT. OATTON.
Ripe Grapes 8 Pounds for $1.
tm- Apply ROUT. L18HMAN.
Hell Telephone No. 1117. 7(W-lw
Mil: I'ARTNURHHll' HIIRKTOFOIU:
. exlstlni! iHitui'cn S. ltolb and Julni
F. Colbmn under the llrni naiuo of John
i'. uonuiru tV Co. bus ueendUuolved by
minimi consent uud limitation of time.
Tim business will bo tarried ou by John F,
Colburu to whom all the ussets of suld linn
belong and ull debts duo me to be paid,
aud who assumes ull the liabilities of said
llrm. IHI, JOHN V. UOU1UKN,
... " HOTJ1,
Honolulu, Jung 30, ItfjJ, 7it7.vi