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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JULY G, 1893.
Wednesday, July 5.
Bclir Knwnilant from Koulau
Bohr San PcJro from Koolau
Thursday, July 0.
Stmr Walmanalo from Koolau
Thursday, July 0.
Stmr Waialeftlo for Walanae, Walnlua iind
Bchr Millo Morris for Koolau
8c hr Kawallani for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
VobsoIs Leaving Xo-morrow.
Am bktno 8 Q Wlldor, Grimth, for San
Btmr W Q Hall for Xlnul and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Schr Kawallanl 800 bags rice and
Sohr Barah it Eliza tX)lugs rico.
From Livorpool, per bk O N Wilcox,
July 6 H Schwalbo.
For Makawcli, per Htmr Iwulanl, July fi
For Hamakua, via Kalaupapa, por st
Lehua, Suly 5-C I, Wight, l)r Colo a
auout za icpers.
For Maul, por stmr Likclikc, July 5
Mrs T F Lansing and '1 children, Bishop of
Panooolis, B F Elders, Mr and Mrs Guild
and child, W A Bowcn, wife, 2 children
and Borvimt and about 25 deck.
For Kanai, per stmr Mlkalmla, July G
Dr Armltage, Geo Kluegel, Miss Carter,
Miss Bchmollenig, Mrs L H Stolz, O von
Hamm, Mr Uornia, F F llaldwin, Sehwal
be, P It Isonberg, J)r Walters and about 'JO
Tho steamers 1'elo and O. It. Bishop arc
due to-morrow from Makawoli and Ivapaa
The American barkentino S. G. Wilder
will loavo for San Francisco at 2 o'clock
OILMAN In this city, July 4, 1893, to tho
wife of J. A. Gilman, a daughter.
TOSH In this city, July 4, law, to the
wife of John Tosh, twins, boy and girl.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Closing Examinations of the Schools
by the Brothers.
The closing examinations of St.
Louis College took placo to-day.
Unlike previous years tho examina
tions of the different classos woro
conducted in their respective rooms
by the respective tutors. Tho ex
aminations took place two weeks
ahead of the regular time, owing to
three of the brothers being called
away to attend a teachers' conven
tion at Dayton, Ohio, U. S. A. This
Budden departure of throe of tho
faculty has also necessitated tho
omission of tho regular entertain
ment, which had becomo a feature of
the school's breaking up.
When a Bulletin reporter arrived
at the college this morning the
scholars were as busy as bees. The
first room on the ground floor of tho
main building was presided ovor by
Brother Joseph. This room was oc
cupied by the fourth class and tho
boys were in tho middle of thoir
arithmetic lessons. One feature of
the school is the distinct, plain and
measured articulation of its scholars.
In every room the same commenda
ble peculiarity was noticed. In the
first room upstairs, occupied by tho
third class, Bro. Martin was treating
a number of spectators to recita
tions, dialogues and singing by his
scholars. The young lads acquitted
themselves well. The middle room
scholars under Bro. Frank wero un
The boys' answers showed that they
knew what they were talking about.
Chin Bun and O. Borndt headed tho
roll of honor in tho first and second
ranks. Bro. Louis conducted the
first class through a sories of arith
Bros. George and Anthony con
ducted classes five and six in the
lower rooms through routine busi
ness. In a detached cottage Bros.
Edwin and Charles, after a brief ex
amination of the A-B-C classos, pre
sented the more advancod scholars
with premiums and dismissed tho
school. The high class under Bro.
Thomas wore brieily examined in
different studies, and at noon tho
school adjourned until 2 o'clock,
when premiums woro awarded to
the high classes.
A number of people woro conduct
ed through tho exhibition hall to in
spect drawings, the work of tho
boys. This school has excelled any
other in tho drawing department,
and this year's work is uo exception.
Tho work of B. Apiki was specially
admired. Besides drawings from
nature there wero also shown shaded
drawings of locomotives and parts
Thoro wore also relief maps of
Hawaii, Maui and Oahu exhibited
on the walls. These woro tho work
of tho brothors and exhibited patient
study on their part. The gullies,
valleys and stroams on the different
islands wero plainly outlined on the
map. These maps would bo of hili
Sflto bonofit to tho Government. In
Honolulu tho different districts aru
marked and oven tho railway lino is
plainly visible through to tho ter
minus, In Hawaii, whore thoro are
innumerable gulches and valleys,
they are all discernible.
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful dinrrho'ii. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way. Wo
UBod almost everything without
benefit. Thou 1 said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ail
Diarrhoea liemody, whioh wo did,
and that cured us right away. 1
think muoh of it, ns it did for mo
what it was. rocoiiiinomlcd to do.
John Hortzlor, Jtotliol, Hoik Co.,
Pa. 20 and SO cent bottles for tii'ilu
by all dealers, Benson, Smith A;
Co., ugouU for tho Jiuwullttii hliuuU.
LOCAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
"X. Y. Z." Lot tors for you at this
Four fines for
recorded in tho
District Court to-
Tho Bishop of Panopolis loft on
tho steamer Likoliko j'ostorday for
Ladies, have you seen tho "Pan
American" at tho Golden Kulo
Mrs. Nicoll's lunch rooms on
Fort street have boon christened tho
Komomber the Long Branch open
ing to-night, Tho P. G. baud will
It is reported that a considerable
number of Cinnamon are laid up
with la grippo.
Unoa was committed to tho Tusano
Asylum to-day. lfo was examined
by Dr. Mo Wayne.
It is reported that A. M. Hovvott,
who lives in Pauoa valley, is laid up
with partial paralysis.
Owing to dofieiont electric power,
tho Bulletin was late in being print
ed yesterday aftornoon.
It is roported that MaxSchlommer
will roliirn shortly to tako his old
placo on thp police force.
Tho Catholic Ladies' Bonovolont
Society will meet at 3 o'clock, Fri
iay, July 7, at tho convent.
It is an Austrian corvotto, not
Australian as tho types said yester
day, which is coining hero shortly.
Twenty-eight lepers wero taken to
tho Molokai Leper Settlement yes
terday afternoon on tho steamer
Mrs. L. H. Stolz, widow of tho
late Doput3'-Shoriff of Waimea, re
turned homo yesterday ovoning on
tho steamer Mikahala.
A choico and valuable collection
of books will bo sold to-morrow at
tho sale of furniture at old Arling
ton hotel dining room.
11. H. Davis would like to catch
tho ono who ran off with his horso
last night. He found the animal
tied to a telephone post -on King
street at t o'clock.
J. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of furniture, brie-a-brao, oil
paintings and island scenery in
front of tho Arlington, Hotel street,
to-morrow at 1U o clock.
Tho Road Supervisor is giving his
atteution to tho sidewalk on King
street beyond Alapai street. Tho
improvement was much needed, anil
in consequonco residonts in that
vicinity are much pleased.
At to-day's sale of Hayaiian Gov
ernment Bonds by James F. Morgan
on account of tho Kalakaua estate,
S10()0 was sold to ordor, and S3000 to
E. A. Jonos. Tho price in both cases
being lJi, or a discount of 6 percent.
T. Lindsay, jowoler, is making a
number of silver button holo badges
for tho members of tho Capt. Cook
Lodge, Sons of St. George. Tho
design takes tho form of Saint
George on horseback, slaying tho
Tho cursing and swearing b3 tho
annexationists at Maui when tho
Likoliko arrived on July 1th, would
fill a goodly-sized book. It was
caused by tho action of tho P. G.
against tho National Baud, in trying
to detain them hero.
Mrs. Kaahanui was found guilty
in tho District Court to-day on a
charge of selling spirituous liquors
without a licoiHo, at Kikihale, and
sentenced to pay a fine of S23U.
Defendant's counsel noted an ap
peal. A native girl assaulted Mrs. L. A.
Moore on Kakaako street on .luly
1th ovor some trivial causo. Mrs.
Mooro had tho girl arrested and to
day she was fined 10 for assault and
batter. Mrs. Mooro is tho j'oung
native girl who lately returned after
an absence of ten years abroad.
Now Map of Hawaii Nei.
Tho Hawaiian News Co. has pre
sented tho Bulletin with a topo
graphical map of the Hawaiian
Islands, published by a Philadelphia
linn. So far as relates to tl'io map
itself uo exception can be taken, but
on tho notes printed on tho map oc
cur such statements as "cannibalism
so prevalent (previous to Captain
Cook's arrival) that a mother would
kill, cook, and oat her fattened
baby." Human sacrifices woro for
merly mado, and it is quito possible
that in war time, cannibalism ma'
have boon practicod to a limited ex
tent, but it is certainly news to learn
that Hawaiian mother: mado it a
custom to fatten and eat their babes.
This boats tho "Finnigan" dog 3-arn.
Knights of Pythias.
C. J. McCarth', Doputy Suprome
Chancellor of the Hawaiian Islands,
assisted by Past Chancellors J. M.
McChosnoy, .). F. Kckhardt, A. Gar
tonborg, and I. A. Burgot, acting as
Deputy Sum'omo Officers, has install
ed tho following officers of Mystic
Lodge, K. of J'., for the ensuing
, M. of
. C. Wilder, Jr.
-A. W. Clark.
A; S. A, V. Gear.
J, II. Sehnack,
Ex. -S. LouisMHi.
M. at A. Geo. Uruus.
That Elopoinont Oaso.
Sum Kipu was arrested at 5 o'clock greater power, and t ho Crown receiv
vestordav afternoon on a chamo of i ed about a million aoros. From a
hodiiulio'u made by Aiieko, father of
Walanika, employed by Mr. M, It.
Colburn. Ah stated previously in
the Jlui.i.uriN the couple wore mar
ried by Itov. Waiaiuau without the
consent of Anoko. Kiiu tried to es
cape with tho girl yesterday, but they
wero caught near the Asylum. Kipu
has been ordotod to appear before
liidgo L'yopur at Chambers on July
10th to uliow catiku why ho slioiilil
not bu committed forcoiituiupl,
Wookly Gonornl Sossion, of tho Exocu
tlvo and Advisory Councils.
( At to-day's mooting of tho Coun
cils woro present: Ministers Dole
(Presidont), King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Wiluor (Vico-Prosidont),
Emmoluth, Watorhouso, Eua, O.
Browu, Tonuoj", Young, Nott and
A roport from tho miscellaneous
committee was rocoivod on tho mat
ter of tho six saluting guns, for soil
ing which as old metal the Com-mandor-in-chiof
submitted a recom
mendation. Tho committee find that
tho guns aro yet serviceable and
rocommond that they bo stored.
Minister Smith reported on tho
expedition to Kalalau, to approhoud
tho murderer of Deputy-Sheriff Stolz
and tho other lopors at largo in that
placo. Ho also mado a statomont of
tho condition of thiugs at the Lopor
Settlement, which was in gonoral
Tho same Minister read opinions
of Sheriffs sought by him on tho
questiou of a bill ho had introduced
some time ago, to confer additional
jurisdiction on certain District Ma
gistrates. As those opinions wero
favorablo ho moved that tho bill bo
taken up for consideration at noxt
Miuistor Damon presented the
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: Financial StATitMr.NT
Current account balance June
Lt, l&lfl $
Interior Department f . .$
Halo of Government bonds
? 00,400 00
Civil list, etc ? 75 00
Juiiciary 4208 60
Intel ior Depaitment Salaries.. 1401 75
Bureau of Survey " 1185 00
Registry of Conveyances 178 30
Bureau of Immigration 300 00
Public Works 1815 20
Water Works 772 30
Board of Health 357(1 00
MlMullnncous 3102 08
Finance, salaries 0515 15
" interest 8000 41
ment 10,717 75
General Expenses, P. G 14,070 20
Roau taxes to speciul doposit. . (K) 00
School tuxes " " . 00 00
Department Foreign Affairs . . 2000 76
Expenses placing loan '03 00 00
Current account balance if
Treasury balance ubovo date. .
Outstanding Bondn . . . .
Treasury and V, G. notes.
Duel'. S. Bank
. . 230,000 00
.. 500,020 10
Net indebtedness $3,270,820 40
This amount of if 1 19,140.23 was
paid from general revenue
in tho treasury to carry on
Sublic improvements nu
er Sec. 2 to date and all
-receipts from sale of bonds
under loan of 1803 pass into
generul cash us oil'-ets until
this debt is cancelled $ 14110 -8
Loss bonds, Act of 1803, sold
to date 5S.000 00
$ QlfllO 28
Amount due from P. S. B. for
advances from general rev
enuo to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts. 37,521 30
$ 128,007 01
r. s. hank memo.
Due depositors $ 500,020 40
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing June. July, AuKitst and
September 32,712 00
Cash on hand ,
17, 172 80
PROVISIONAL HOVERNMKNT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment todate $ 83,711 03
This amount covers all expenses includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last 'Legislature.
MKMO CASH IN THEAHUKY.
..$ 203,000 00
Cash on hand to redeem certi
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited"
for safe keeping
Road Board fund in Treasury
School Board fund in Treasury
Avuilublu cash as above
Total cash in Treasury.... 327,028 03
Minister Damon, introducing his
i report, spoke of tho evident favor
I with which the public regarded tho
Government, if the financial pulse
wns to bo depended upon as a guide.
Not only did tho public manifest
confidence in tho Government, but
thoro seemed to bo an increase of
confidence in each other among
business mon. Last week S2(XX) of
bonds had been sold, making tho
whole amount thus far ovor $50,000.
In one day $25,000 was deposited in
t ho Postal Savings Bank, which, as
the bank was the people's and not
the Government's, evinced a grati
fying degreo of public confidence.
Tho balance at the end of June
showed an advance on that of the
previous mouth, making a beginning
of what ho hoped to be able to call
the reserve fund. Ho acknowledged
the cordial assistance of Auditor
General lioss in providing statistics.
Registrar Thrum had proparod for
the Minister's and the general in
formation a statement of corpora
tions, with nationality of stockhold
ers, etc. In sugar plantations ovor
$2S,000,(K)0 of eorporato stock was
invested, anil in gonoral enterprises
over $(3,000,000. The total corporate
investments woro $.'1,!75,000. Sur-vo-or-Gonornl
Alexander had pro
vided a statement of lands appor
tioned in the great division, when
11,000 awards wero made. The com
mon people's share averaged 2.57
acres to each man. Larger grants
were made to tho chiefs who had
. stntoment furnished by the Auditor-
Gonoral it apnoared there was an ex
cot of $28,81 1.(12 of receipts over ex-
peudituies estimated for the year
beginning .March ill, lb'. t.i, and end
ing April I, 181M. Theio wero HKMl
Kulnricd sorvants of the Govern
ment, drawing an average of $(11,000
Uo (Mr. Danum) hud piepured au
estimate of tho gain and loss of
revenue Iu the ovuntof aiiuuxuliuu,
according to statistics of tho Custom
Houso for 15 years, and of tho Post
Offico for fivo years past, with othor
data, to show how tho country could
got along without increasing taxa
tion. Wo should loso per annum:
OU'tom House Receipts. ..
. 65,770 70
What should wo gain?
Custom Houso Kxpcn'os $ 40,001 01
Post Ofllco Expenses 51,30140
Rent of Crown Lands 50,000 00
Military Expenses 31,017 00
(HvtlLlst 33,433 00
legislative Expenses 8,587 00
Stamps 8,000 00
Rents 3,000 00
Total $022,574 00
This showod a gain of $11,000 por
annum under annexation. In con
clusion Mr. Damon expressed his
gratification at tho harmony that
now existed between tho different
departments. Whou ho wanted cer
tain information in 188'J, it caused
quito a commotion in the depart
ments. Now, howovor, ho had only
to ask for any information required,
when it was cheorfully and expedi
Mr. Watorhouso moved tho roport
bo rocoivod aud placed on file. It
was a most satisfactory roport.
Minister Smith, as a result of dis
cussions in oxecutivo council, moved
a series of resolutions. Tho first was
for a committee to roport on disposi
tion to bo mado of certain relics of
roj'alty, including two gildod chairs
specified as thrones. Carriod.
Secondly, with regard to libraries,
that tho books loaned somo timo ago
to tho Honolulu Library and Read
ing Room Association bo transferred
absolutely to such Association by
President Dolo romarkod that
some of tho books required binding,
aud tho Association did not care to
undertake tho expense when thoy
did not own tho books.
Mr. Morgan could not support the
resolution without knowing what
and how many books thoro wero.
Thoro should at least bo a roport of
a committee on tho subject.
President Dolo considered this a
reasonable point to bo raised.
Minister Smith concurrod, asking
that tho subject of the next resolu
tion should also bo referred to such
committee He read the next reso
lution, which was that tho Govern
ment's curios loaned to the Bishop
Museum be presented to that insti
tution. Minister Damon wanted to know
how far tho Government could go
in disposing of public proporty.
Mr. Brown had tho same question
occur to himself. This Government
was for a certain object, and, if annex
ation was not obtained, whatovor
Government might succeed this ono
might hold them responsible. Could
thoy give a good title?
.President Dole considered thoy
had a right to 'dispose of tho pro
porty in such manner as they doom
ed might best servo tho public inter
ests. The resolutions woro referrod to
committeos as follows:
1st Alien, Tennoy and Ena.
2d and 3d Morgan, Watorhouso
Mr. John Ena read a question ad
dressed to tho Attorney-General ask
ing if it was true thatho Hawaiian
National Baud had been prohibited
from playing, aud if so by what
Minister Smith replied that two
weeks ago yesterday tho public poaco
came near boing disturbed on the
departure of a steamer. Tho Gov
ernment band was playing as usual,
whou tho Hawaiian National baud
appeared on the scene and acted
disorderly. In conseauenco ho was
consulted by tho Marshal and had a
conference with tho Minister of tho
Interior, and had obtained his col
league's sanction to issue au ordor
that tho National baud could not
play on any public wharf without
tho consent of the Minister of the
Interior. The ordor also included
public squares or othor places whore
the Government band was likelj' to
play at tho samo timo. Under date
of Juno 21) tho Minister of tho In
terior caused a letter (which ho read)
to bo sent to tho leader of tho Na
tional baud forbidding thu band
to play without tho consent of
tho Miuistor of the Interior. It
was not intended to interfere with
tho National baud except to prevont
disturbances of the public peace.
Mr. Eua said the explanation
seemed to bo satisfactory. Ho had
understood that tho baud was not
allowed to play at all.
Presidont Dole said tho action
was takou with tho approval of tho
Executivo Council. The conduct of
tho National Band was highly im
proper in invading tho territory
occupied by another baud filling a
luunsior amiin introduced a mil
to amend tho Judiciary Act of 1893,
so as to remove tho disability of
District Magistrates, iu thoir pro
hibition from practicing law. As
tho bill was a simple one ho moved
it bo road a first tune now. Carriod.
Tho bill to provide for a militia
aud reorganize the National Guard
came up for second reading, and it
wus deuided to consider it section by
Minister Smith demurrod to the
grammar of the first section, where
it said, "Every able-bodied inhabi
tant oxeopt Asiatics," etc. Ho mov
ed, "All able-bodied inhabitants,"
etc. Agreed to.
Minister Damon--Why "except
Asiatics?" With our peculiarities of
population it was not wise to mark
race distinctions. It might bu well
enough for larger countries.
President Dole remarked it might
bu necessary on account of thu large
proportion of Asiatics.
Minister Damon thought they had
better leave that out. The Chinese
would take It as au insult, aud they
woro loo valuable au element in this
community to be needlessly offended.
President Dolo The Japanese? -
Minister Damon There you Hturt
thu dillieulty right away, Thu Japa
nese object to being called Asiatics,
Mr. Tennoy moved to Htriko out,
I "except Asiatics."
Mr. 'Drown (laughingly) If you
i iiiuuo l hum light tliey will
I ought to uuvu a vote,
Mr. Morgan Is this tho final
Mr. Brown thought thoy ought to
tako tho bill homo and think ovor it.
He moved it bo deferred till noxt
Presidont Dolo announced busi
ness for oxecutivo sossion, into which
tho Councils thon resolved.
A now cottago suitable for a na
tivo family is to lot.
Mr. David, 2f. Jordan , .
ofEdmoston, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciatod, Helpless
.A Complete Cu.ro by HOODB
This Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a te
tlred farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years bro I had an attack of tho
Bravol, and have slnco boon troubled with my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worso. Threa years ago I
got down so low that I conld coreelr walUi
I looked more like a corpo than a llvlag being.
I had no appetlto aud lor Ave woeks I mo
nothing but grncl. I was badly emaciated
and had no moro color than a maiblo atnlne.
Hood's Barsanarllla was recommended and I
thought I would try It Bofoje I had nnlshed
the first bottlo I noticed that I felt better, suf
fered loss, tho Inflammation of the blad
der had subsided, the color began to return to
my faco, and I brgon to feel buuary. Alter
I had takon three bottles I could oat anything
without hurting me. , Why, I got so hungry
that I had to cat r times a day. I have now
fully reoovcred, Uianks to
X feel well end nm well. All who know
mo marvel to see mo so well." D. M. Jobdaw.
HOOD'S PILL8 the belt after-dinner Pllta,
uilit duceiUon, cure heuUche and bUlouinau.
HOllKON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A GERMAN GIUI, AS COOK OH
to assist in General Housework:
Kooil references. Ayijily "X. Y. 7i.," Uul
i.KTix Olllee. 7(W-lv
ANEW COTTAGE, SUIT
ablo for a Native Fam
ily. Kent 10. Apply at
IliiLLKTiN Ollico between 5'
and 5:30 o'clock r. M.
By ALLEN HUTCHINSON
Will be given under tho auspices of the
Scottish Thistle Ci.i'ii at the Hall,
Monday, July 10, at 7:30 P. M,
CG Tickets may
Lindsay, Kort street.
Loos Branch Baths !
Bxtenxivo improvements have recently
heon made at this popular resort, and thu
management announces u re-opening on
THURSDAY, JULY 6th.
A NKW ANU COMMODIOUS
hns hcen orectcd for tho accommodation
of Untiling and Dancing Parties, and with
thu new and increased accommodations in
The Ladies Bathing Department
nnusual facilities arc offered to La
dies and Children.
A full assortment of
Suits just received.
AHKWAW) OK $100 WILL UK PAID
to uny ncTMJii or persons who will
give information that "ill lead to thu ap
prehension and conviction of the person
or persons who stolo the Hor.su and llnggy
of the undersigned from thu corner of
lluretanin and uuanu streets hutween thu
hours of tS:.'MJ and U:.'i0 on thu evening of
.lulvlth. K. U. THOMAS,
ilonolulii, July fi, IB!)!). VU'J-lw
X focus to inform Ills
old patrons mi'! friends
iu tho Hawaiian Islands.
that ho 1ms arrived from ;
Han rrancUi'o with u doiscu Kino family
Carriage Horses (guaranteed sound and
guntlei, which can fou seen nt.J. N.
Wright's, Llttiu llrllaln.
7Ui-lw W. II. PAGE.
DOG STRAYED OR STOLEN
X' Hutnrday, a
Drown ltutriuvcr Pup, seven
mouths' old, long and thick
hair, tip of tall has fouuu cut.
lluw am lor
GONSALVEH .t CO.'S STORE,
7lii)-:it Queun street.
"Wi: ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Stockholders of the WAIuiiiM. Aum
cmiuiui. A' Oieui.mi t;u. will he held at
thu Ollico of Meiers. W. G. lrwliiAlu
on WEDNESDAY, the
o'clock a. m. ('. P
Honolulu, Jul ', Itt'.M,
M ill"!., at Id
V. A..V II. Co.
Toil 1 1 --J '.'I
$100 REWARD !
I WILL PAY THE AMOVE HUM FOR
X information that will piomirci tlicwiu
vlullon of the u'r(iii or portim uhn sel
Iliu lo my hyiituat lllln, Hawaii, on Thum
day, J iiiiii '.V. Ib'.U,
faww j, a. viyriou.
' t CJfc-2T--
N. S. SACHS'
Sao Fort Street, Honolulu.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats !
Boys' Mixed Straw Hats, extra value 40c.
Boys' Fancy Straw IIas for 50c.
Boys' White Straw Hats for 40c.
Children's Sailor Hats, all colors (50c.
Children's Trimmed Straw Hats, latest style ; reduced
Extra Fine Braid Sailor Hats, white and colored, re
duced from $1.50 to $1.10'
33P These Prices are Positively
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. all "WicLtlxs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ropular trerman Dry Goods Store,
7 ft FORT STREET 7 5
NEW GOODS !
:b. ie eh:lek,s &c CO.
88 PORT STK.H1E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rug's
IN GKEAT VA1UKTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLOKKD-.Iust suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO OHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silk-txlin and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tar Dressmaking Under the Management oi HISS E. CLARK. JS3
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
Firo risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks foy
J. S. "WlliKlEJIR.,
Acting Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Uick's lluildlni;, Fort, hctween King
tilld Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
W Upstairs Room Reserved for Ladies
and their Escorts,
Home Cookery. Only White Help Employed.
E. B. THOMAS,
OriTIMATES (1IVEN ON ALL KINDS
Alt oi llrlok, lion, Klonu and Wooden
kinds of Johliiiig In thu
hulldlng trade at tended to
Uriel;, l.luiu, Oumciit. Iron Ktunu Plpoaud
Fillings, Old aud New Corrugated Iron,
Million '1 lies, Uuarry Tiles, aborted Uc
ami color) t'aiiloriilii ami Monterey huud,
(Iraultu dulling and Itlouks, mo., etc,
tm Olllcu mid Vardt Corner Kliiguud
Kiulth ulliuts, Ollico Hour! t to 1.' v.M.,
1 to I I'.M. Tfluplionivit Dell, 'Ol Mutual
417. KuhliU'iicu; Mutual IIU, P. O. Iliu
for THIS WEEK ONLY "sa
a Large Line
in the World."
Priestman Oil Engine
fi Horse Power. Runs wlth-.Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Ilhiloror Fur-
nuee. Cost to run very small
as compared with steam.
Can he seen In motion at mi- Wuro.
housu, Queen street.
7l.r-iui ROUT. OATTON.
Ripo Grapes 8 Pounds fort$l.
W Apply ROUT. LIBHMAN.
Hull Telephone Nn, U17. 7t&-lw
rpin: partnerbUTp heretofore
X uxUlIng hetweeil S. Roth aud John
1'. Colhurn under thu linn inimu of John r
I, IoIIhini ,t Co. has bevu dissolved by
mutual coU'Clit and limitation of time,
I'ln; hiuiiios will liu curried on foy John F,
Ciiltmm to whom all thu nssuu nl oiiid linn
itching and all defott duo aro to fou paid,
mill h uujiie! ull tho liuhllltUui of haul
Hrm. I&rH, $,,fr(WUJU.UNj