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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893.
Saturday, July 7.
Stmr Olaudine from Mani and Hawaii
Stmr G R Bishop from Kauai
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Hawaii lor Hawaii
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudlne 1120 bags sugar, 30 head
cattle, 00 bdls hides, 12 bales wool, 300
bogs barley, 20 pigs, 8 bbls poi, 225 bags
potatoes, 103 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Bishop 1887 bags sugar.
Stmr Pele 1035 bags sugar.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clou
dine, July 8 A L Assam, Mrs W B Wall,
E B Redmayne, V Honor, L Kupelweisur,
E R Hendry, wifo, child and servant, J A
Spear, B Dunn, E Flohr, W V Bruner, K
Okkots, Paul Neumann, F Spencer, Paul
Jarrett, J Moguire, Miss Julia Quinn, Miss
Hannah Kncpa, L Aseu, R S Yegi, J H
Wise, Bishop Willis, Goo O Ross, A Wlilto,
L D Timmons. Miss Daniels, Chick Ling,
Robt Horner, P H Hayseldcn, W Haysel
den, Dr R B Cole and 104 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Tenlerairo from England
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Transit from Son Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Am schr Allen A from Eureka
Am blc Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, duo
Br bk Ladatock from Liverpool, due July
Ger bk J C Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
US8 Boston, Day, from a cruise
Ani 4-masted schr Ly man D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, NSW
Br schr Norma, Macquarrlc, from Yoko
hama Brit bk Routenbeck, Russel, from Nowtas
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Bluhm, from
.Br bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne W H Dimond, Nilson, from San
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Shipping Notes.
The German bark G. N. Wilcox will dock
at tho Pacific Mail dock to discharge her
cargo, after the S. S. China has departed.
The steamer Polo is transferring her cargo
of sugar to the barkentine V. H. Dimond.
The Dimond will leave for the Coast on
The steamers Iwalani, Wnialeale and
Mikahala will bo due to-morrow morning
from Kauai, and the Likelike from Maui
tho same day.
The steamer Bahcna, one of the Antarctic
whaling iloet, has reached Dundee. The
captain reported all well on board, and ex
presses satisfaction at the result of the voy
age. The Bahcna has on board tho pro
duce of some 0000 seals, with more oil than
her tanks can contain. Some of tho skins
-are very large and valuable, and overy
.snare corner of the steamer is filled with
.thorn. Tho expedition may therefore be
considered successful financially. The
other steamers left Falkland before the
ilaltona and cannot bo far from home.
ily 1, steamer Claudluo from
steamer Lchuu from Ilono-
Honolulu: 7. si
lulu, steamor Olaudine from Hilo,
Sailed Juno 30, Hawaiian bark Lcuhl.
K. Nelson, Jor San Francisco. Cargo: mil
bags sugar, J. T. Watorliouso; 6840 hags
BUgftr, T. It. Davles it Co. ; total, rj,IKhags
sugar, 1,485,017 lbs.; value, JI-'.OllilS, and
(JO bbls. molasses, J. G. Lewi, 2100 glls.,
$130; July 1, steamer Claudluo for illlu; 7,
steamer Lehna for Hunmkua, steamer
Olaudine for Honolulu.
Last fall L was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a woudorful diarrhaa. Soon
after my wife's Bister, who lives with
ub, was takou in tho same way. Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Then I said, let us try
-.Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Roinody, which wo did,
aud that cured us right away. I
think much of it, as it did for me
whut it was recommended to do.
John Horlzlur, Bethel, Horlttt Co.,
Pa. 25 aud DO cent bottluti for sulu
llu all rltinliiiu lti...usi.i C.tlll. Jkr
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4U. ayontti or tho Hawaiiuu IbIuuUs,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Mr. Frank Sponcor of Waimoa is
Willis roturuod on tho
Tho Fourth was
very quiot at
Diamond Head, 12 m. Woathor,
clear j wind light oast.
Two uicoly furnished rooms aro
wautod. Road adrortisomout.
Don't forgot tho historical play at
tho Opora Houso this oveniug.
A reward is offorod for tho roepvory
of a dental fraternity gold pin.
Mr. E. R. Hondry and family havo
roturuod from tho othor islands.
A lottolroni" MrTtt. W. Wilcox
was received too lato for this issuo.
A numboi of fishermen made a big
haul of akujt's near tho Spar buoy
Tho Mutual Telephone Co. has
doclarod a dividond, payablo at C.
O. Borgor's office
Tho S. S. Peru did not got away
for tho Coast until after 6 o'clock
Hugo cases of tho Melbourne bank
rupt stock wore delivered at tho
Arlington hall to-day.
Tho Post Office despatched by tho
S. S. Peru for the Coast yesterday
1012 letters and 828 papers.
Tho O. & O. s! S. China will bo
duo to-morrow morning from San
Francisco with foreign nows.
Mr. J. A. Spear of Hilo, formerly a
well-known jowolor of Honolulu,
camo to town by tho Olaudine.
Three Chinese opium smokors
wore captured by Capt. Hookano
yesterday oveuing in Chinatown.
In tho Claudino's cargo is 300 bags
barloy. Tt is for the Uniou Feed
Co., which now does its own rolling
Tho P. G. band will play at tho
baseball game between tho Crescents
and Hawaiis this afternoon at tho
The praise service at tho Young
Men's Christian Association to-morrow
night will bo led by Professor
Wood of Punahou College.
The steamer Bishop which arrived
from Kapaa, Kauai, this morning,
contrary to expectation, brought no
news from tho seat of war at Ka
lalau. Work on tho Masonic Temple has
stopped, owing to a disputo botweon
Mr. C. B. Riploy, architect, and Mr.
F. H. Rodward, contractor for tho
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic Co. will
present another historical play at
tho Opera Houso this ovouiusr. Tho
play will bo interspersed with some
lino vocal selections.
As usual, tho Hawaiian Hardwaro
Co. is to the front with thoir cheery
words of wisdom, addressed to tho
frugal housewife, ye right merrio
sportsman, and eke yo patient tillor
of ye soil.
Jacob Sims, formerly a bootblack,
was taken from his houso near St.
Louis College by Captain Juou this
morning, suspected of having leprosy.
Sims was turned over to tho Board
of Health to bo oxamined.
A firo on School street was report
ed by tho telephones early yostorda
oveuing. It turned out to bo a small
blaze in tho rear of tho Fort street
School, and was extinguished with
out the aid of the department.
Manuel Perry aud S. Keanu sever
ally pleaded guilty to violating car
rkigo regulations in tho District
Court this morning and woro fined
$5 each, with the warning that if
thoy appeared in Court again thoir
licenses would bo cancelled.
Fairfax Bond, another dosortor
from tho bark Routenbeck, was run
in by tho polico yesterday evening.
Ho domed ever having beou ou tho
vessel until confronted by Burns, tho
young man who swam ashoro from
the same vcssul, when ho gavo in.
Part of tho estate of tho 4ato Eliza
W. Holt was sold a( auction by J as.
F. Morgan to different persons on
Saturday last. Tho amount realized
was $7525. Mr. Morgan postponod
a mortgage sale which was to hao
taken place to-day until next, week.
Richard Burns, who tried to os
capo from tho bark Routenbeck by
jumping overboard, was articled to
the vessel in England for tho round
V03rage. His story a von to tho po
lico of having boon ongagod simply
to work his passago to Honolulu is
The running raco between W. II.
Richard's Duko Spencer and W. 11.
Cornwoll's Lord Brock to tako place
on bopl. 2il, is only a friendly raco
for a small purse bol ween two sports, i
Tho -rKKH) prize hinted by tho Star
is only ono of those innumerable j
statements which it evolves from tho
depths of its consciousness.
Willio Muortons Worse.
Willie Maeitons, tho young lad
who full from a treo on tho I'unahou
Preparatory grounds, was up to two
or three days ago improving nicely,
but his condition since has changed
for tho worse. Thoro hooiiis to be
sciiiio interim! iniuiy that has not
yielded I o medical treatment. While
his life is not considered in danger,
it is feared that tho unfortunate lad
nui) uot fully recover his reason.
Hawaiian jMusiclaus Wantedby tho
It is lotirni'd that iho Emperor of
1 Japan lias authorized a person now
in Honolulu Io negotiate with the
Hawaiian National Hand for au en
gagement of livo year in IIi- Iiii
pofial .IaJe.-ly's horvieo. Tho old
"1 jyal Hawaiian" bandsmen will
doubtless be proud of the oiler, but
whether thoy accept or not Is an-
l WlllllllUl VIII
' other thlutf.
THE FOURTH AT HILO
Rey, E, P. Baker Delivers the
After tho Exercises a Barbecue and Sports
On tho ovoniug of July 8 thoro
was a ball at Court Houso hall. A
very delightful, pleasant company;
not a largo number, but all felt that
thoy had a good time. Rofroshmonts
at Hilo Hotel.
July 4l there was a goodly number
assembled on Cocoanut Island to
honor the day. Thoro was not as
many as wa3 provided for by our
friend Wilson, who never does any
thing but ho does it woll and no
stinting. A bullock was roasted by
ono who is familiar with that kind
of work, Mr. Lycurgus. It was roast
ed ou the island. Otherwise all the
food was cooked native stjdo.
Tho orator of tho day was tho
pastor of tho Foreign Church, Rev.
E. P. Bakor. His address was groat
)y appreciated, judging by tho fro
quont applause. It was as follows:
Ho referred to two specialties, tho
World's Fair at Chicago and tho
fact that the Islands hadappliod for
union to America. It was note
worthy that so large a section of
Hawaiinns wore in favor of union to
tho United Statos. Ho did not dis
cuss tho subject of annexation. The
address treated purely on United
States topics. First, tho tariff should
bo a tan 11 for protection in the caso
of infant industries. Tho sugar in
dustry of tho islands was nurtured
by tho Uuitod States tariff in its in
fancy. Protection of old and estab
lished industries is favoritism. Tho
speaker disagreed with tho dictum
of Cleveland's inaugural. It is not
tho government to support tho peo
ple, but the people tho government.
All governments should try aud help
Secondly, foreign policy. Wash
ington warned tho country against
European alliauco, but Monroe de
clared that America was for Ameri
cans, and that Europe should keep
hands off. Tho United States has
not decided whothor to have a for
eign policy, bomo say Undo bam
should not go beyond tho mainland
for fear of wetting his foot, while
others declare that the United
Statos should havo colonios, and
possess those islands that belong to
the American system. To hold the
mainland of Hawaii ono must pos
sess Cocoanut Island to prevent tho
enemy's planting its batteries there
aud bombarding the mainland.
Thirdly, immigration. America,
tho so-called asylum for all nations,
has become the dumping ground of
all nations. Chinese restriction is
enacted as a law, not on account of
unfriendliness but to prevent Mon
rolianization of tho wostorn coast
1 of America. No hardship for Chi
nese to rogistor, American citizens
have to do tho same. All this fuss
is duo to tho dictum of tho Six
Companies. Tho Chinese should bo
kindly treated, but America cannot
bo made a Chinese colony. Uncle
Sam has a big job on his hands in
various respocts. Tho Amoricau
I oago. ,lo..3 not foel .liko screaming
very loudly, but gently as a suckling
Uncle Sam, Uncle Sam,
I Bownieof the day,
I When wages and wealth
J.ID 111 I'U.llU llllUa
For lockouts aud strikes
Rush dark ou my sight,
And policemen and sherlll's
Aro scattered in Might.
Thoy rally, thoy bleed,
For the home and the town.
1 But the hurricane deepens
I Aud all things are down.
' Americans should bo serious
I minded. Tho negro jumps Jim Crow
to porfoction. Wheel about, turn
about, do just so, and every time
I turn about jump Jim Crow. But
nations aro not saved by jumping
I Jim Crow. On tho soil of Hawaii
I wo should bo cheerful aud hopeful.
j Tho spoakor's father was a soldier
i at Bunker Hill, aud tho Americans
j made that a victory (ainuuition fail
ing) with tho butt ends of thoir mus
kets and rail fences for breast-works.
I Our fathers, though a steady folk,
1 were sometimes rather skittish. And
so thoy would not wear tho yoke
brought over by tho British.
Yonder ou old Bunker Hill, thoro
from their necks thoy shook it. Aud
j thoro thoy fired off thoir load and
' (hero thoy had to hook it. Tom
I Corwin, a typical Amoricau, would
1 got the bettor of his opponent in
j argument if by hook or crook, advo
I eating tho disuso of all foroign
manufactures. His opponent twit
I ted him ou riding in a nico British
j carriage. Corwin said it was a pro
! sent and ho must use it a littlo for
I politeness, but he had uot seen it for
; a long time aud tho last ho knew tho
chickens were roosting ou it, in one
of his outhouses, but. turninir to his
opponent, Corwiu said: "1 would
VL to ask one question, how is it
mm- mu uuiiuiuuiuuuiiMuiiiiiiinuuiYo
so much about my lien roosti
Tho typicul American is smart and
the inribS of the American people aro
dutv-lovimr. fielf-bacriilciuL'and (Jod-
feariiiL'. and on such a iionuliition
ill n .uiMiilnlimi
rests the government of tho pooplo,
-i M IW1.M..IHVII
by tho pooplo aud for tho pooplo,
wluoti snail not lorevor porisli from
Tho speaker thought that thoro
i should uot bo free coinage for either
silver or gold, but that tho amount
of either gold, silver or paper money
bhould be carefully regulated by
government, that prices might be
Next iu order was the reading of
i the Declaration of Independence by
Mr. Hi O. Austin, which was exceed
ingly woll rondorod. Mr. W. R.
Castle presided, as Mr. Furnoaux,
American Consul, was not Well. Pre
vious tb introducing tho orator and
reader, Mr. Castle mado some ploas
ing and appropriate remarks. There
was singing by tho ladies, in which
tho auuionco joined, of American
national songs, also playing by our
Hilo brass band, aftor which wo
soparatod to tho festive board, which
was loadod with good things to re
fresh our stomaolis Aftor passing
through this ploasing ordeal wo
woro spectators to tug-of-war,
greased polo, canoo raco, swimming
raco, putting tho stone, standing
jump, and cocoanut treo climbing,
all of which thoro woro prizes for.
Mr. J. R. .Wilson is entitled to
groat credit, for ho with his big
shoulders carried tho ontiro ontor
taiumont, and wo owe him no loss
than a thousand thanks, for, had it
uot been for his efforts to ploaso tho
pooplo, wo would havo had a very
tamo Fourth of July. May his
shadow uovor grow loss. Ho has tho
aloha nui of all who were assembled
to celebrate tho day so highly prized
by all livo Americans. For tho small
sum of one dollar ho took us in his
wagonettes aud boats to tho island,
and proviueu us a lino treat at wuicu
250 sat down, and kopt good order.
Tho day was pleasant. Ono word
more for Mr. Wilson. Wo havo no
ono in Hilo that is more active,
more public-spritod than tho gottor
up of the pleasure of the Fourth.
Such men should bo fully appre
ciated. Sailod from Hilo, Juno 30, brig
Gonova, Capt. Neilson, for San Fran,
cisco. Fright: 15,500 bags sugar
weight, 1,975,450 lbs.; value, $70,514.
Tho original Hilo hotel that was
destroyed by fire a few days since
Tho sloop that was lately launched
horo was out in the bay on tho 4th,
is making splendid time. J.A.M.
Hilo, July 6.
STRONGHOLD OF THE LEFERS.
An Impregnable Fastness Where
Koolau Will Die Before Yielding.
Tho steamer Pele arrived at the
Inter-Island wharf at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon from Makaweli,
Kauai. The Pole loft that port
Thursday afternoon, and was expect
ed to bring tho latost news of how
the military expedition was fariug
in Kalalau valley. The wharf was
crowded with an eager assomblago
to cot the first news. In answer to
inquiries Captain Peterson and Chief
Engineer Walker stated that there
was nothing startling. The lepers'
stronghold had beou located, but
its tenants could uot bo driven out.
It was impossible. There aro only
two entrauces to the stronghold, ono
from above and ono from below, and
those are such narrow trails that
only one man can enter at a time
from each ond, and would be expos
od to the bullets of the lopors.
It was reported at Makaweli by a
messenger from Kalalau that Koo
lau had three thousand rounds of
ainuuition, and out of these ho had
ono each for his child, wifo and him
self in tho event of being cornered.
A guard of white mou had started
out to relievo the guards on tho
W. E. Rowell, who had been at
Kalalau, said that whaleboats had
been sont to Haona to bring back
the natives who had boon drivou
away from tho valley by tho lepers.
Tho guards tired tho cannon at rau
dom on the cliffs, but without effect
on tho lopors. They could soo them
at a distance, but could not send a
ball near them. Tho lopors had not
oven roturuod a shot, although it
was evident thoy intend to show
fight. Somehow or other thoy havo
gainod tho idea that it will bo death
if thoy give up.
Further nows will probably bo re
ceived by tho steamers Mikahala and
Iwalani to-morrow morning.
DEATH OF A PRINTER.
Iiiwai Passes Away This
Goorgo Ka-li, better known as
Liwai, au old printer, died this
morning from congestion of tho
brain. Liwai was only takou sick on
Thursday last, aud his condition be
came worso until this morning whon
he expired. Ho was lately employed
in the Advertiser offico, but in for
mer years worked iu tho Press offico.,
Liwai was about twonty-six years'
of ago and possessed a powerful
frame. Ho was of a quiet nature
and always took everything iu good
part. He loaves a wifo and family
to mourn his loss. Tho Bulletin
staff extend their heartfelt sympathy
to tho boroavod family.
"My littlo hoy was very bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various mudiuinus, also callod
iu two doctors, but nothing dono
him any good until wo usod Cham
berlain s Coliu, Cholera and Diarr
hoea liomedv, which gave immudiatu
relief and soon cured him. I con
sider it tho bent medicine made aud
conscientiously recommend it to all
who need a diarrhtva or colic medi
cine. .1. E. Hard, Trenton, Tex. 25
and CO cents bottles for bale by all
dealers. Bouson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
FUBNISHED BOOHS WANTED.
'pwp NICELY IHJRNISHKD A
$$ whttoly fe
rout no object. Apply ut tlild olllce.
I "N JULY fini A
fN JULY fini A DENTAL WATER.
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ou face ml with Huhies und TiimuolM'.
wing iu ur. n, i. .-viooro, Arlington nou-u,
uud receive reward,
ATA MEETING OKTIIE DlRKl'TOUS
of the Mutual Tcloiihniiu Co, held
lliU date, u dividend of I our (I) Polecat
ou the Capita) ritock was declared, payable
iininedlutely at the olllce of
U. 0, IU5HGKR,
Honolulu, July M, ItfU, 77J-iw
Hon. Wm. S, Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood's
07ie Best .Blood Purifier.
Ifon. TFitMam S Warner
Fond du Lac, Wis.
Tho following Is from ex-Congressman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him:
" I can truly say that 1 consider Hood's Sarsa
pnrllla tho best medicine for purifying tho blood.
It did mo good when physicians and other medi
cines failed. It hat Increased my appetlto and
sremed to renew my youUi. This Is absolutely
true." W. B. WAKsnn, Fond Du Lac, Wis.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor
ing the perls talUcactlonof the alimentary canaL
HOBUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Lovoy ,
. Lessco & Manager.
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
The Fourth Annearance of the
Hawaii I'onoi Dramatic Company In thoir
Grand Historical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
Will be Produced a Melo-drnma,
"The Days of Kamebamelia I."
"KANIPAU, THE ROYAL HAUMBACK."
Soldiers I Kahili Bearers I Attendants ! Etc.
New Songs I New Costumes I
C& Box plan will he open nt Levey's
Monday, June 2'ith, at 0 o clock a. m.
A REWARD OF $100 WILL BE PAID
to any person or persons who will
givo information that will lead to the ap
prehension and conviction of the person
or persons who tUolo the Horse and Buggy
of the undersigned from the corner of
Bcrctnnia and Nuuami streets between the
hours of 8:30 and U:30 on tho evening of
July Uh. E. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, July 5, IS'j'i. Tli'J-'w
DR. J. UCHIDAr
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUKUI LANE.
Bell Tel;piion.e 535
J- begs to Inform his
old patrons and friends
in the Hawaiian Islands.,
that he hus arrived from Jt
San Francisco with a dozen Fine Family
Carriage Horses (guaranteed sound unu
gentle i, which can lie seen at J. X.
Wright's, Littlo Britain.
70S-lw W. H. PAGE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Stockholders of the Waioiiinu Aiiltl
cultuxai. & On a .i. mi Co. will he held at
the Olllcu of Messrs. W. G. Irwin it Co.
on WEDNESDAY, the 1'tith Inst., at 10
o'clock a. si. 0. P. IAUKEA,
Secretary W. A. it G. Co.
Honolulu, July 0, 1SU). 7ti!) 1UW it
DOG STRAYED OR STOLEN
ITMIOM MAKIRI, LAST
? Saturday, u White and
Brown Retriever Pup, seven
mouths' old, long uud thick
hair, tip o( tail has heen cut.
GONBALVES .t CO.'H STORK,
W)-it IJueeii street.
REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
information that will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons who
liuve broken the windows and doors of the
O, It. .V L. Co.'s Station at Moaiialua.
OAIIU RAILWAY .t LAND CO.
II, F. Dii.i.imiiiaw, Guueral Manager.
9100 REWARD 1
7 WILL PAY THE AIIOVE SUM FOR
X information Hint uill procuro tliuoun
vlctlou of the person or puroim w ho ml
lire to my hminnit Hilo, Hawaii, ou Thurs
day, Jiiiiu 'ii. WM,
faUw J. A. YlO'lOlt.
The JMiily IfuUtUn u dtllvrred by
oarrUrt for 60 wn4 ht monfi.
fiFor This WeekJ
N. S. SACHS'
5SO 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 40c.
Children's Sailor Hats, all colors 60c.
Children's Trimmed Straw Hats, latest style ; reduced
Extra Fine Braid Sailor Hats, white and colored, re
duced from 1.50 to $1.10
S3?- These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -j
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
' FIGURED MULL,
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. all "Widtlis.,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
7 5 FORT STREET? 7 5
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. EHLERS &c GO.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT . VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWI6S-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGUBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silk.alie and Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
VW Dressmaking Under the Management of KISS K. CLARK. J3
Royal Insurance Company
Assets January 1, 1892,
Firo risks on ull kinds of Insurance Property Uiken at Current Rinks by
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islunds.
By ALLEN HUTCHINSON
Will be given under the auspices of the
Scottish Tiiihti k Ci.imi at the Hull,
Monday, July 10, at 7:30 P.' H.
be had ut
LimUay, Fort street.
E. B. THOMAS,
TTWI MATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
XU of Uriel;, Iron, Stone uud Wooden
ltuildlm:H. All kinds of Johliinir In tin,
building trade attended to. Keep, forcule:
llrli'K, Unit), (Atiiieiit. Iron Stouu Pine and
llttliigs. Old and New ; tkirrugiiicd Iron,
Million I lies, Ouurry 'lllea, assorted hUes
uud colors; California uud Mouterev Sand,
Granite Curbing and Mlocks, oto,, ufe.
, itr- Olllcu and Yurdi Corner King and
Smith siniits. Olllce Hours i to 1'J a.m..
i.im.i"51'l''lI'"'" llfll.Holi Mutun
417, Kusldonce: Mutual HO. V, O. Box
Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS !
in the World."
Priestman Oil Engine
fl Horso Power. Runs with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Boiler or Fur-
nace. Cost to run very small
as compared with steam.
Can hll M'tm In mnllnn n mi Vni..i
IioiiHu. Quuun BtreL't,
7aa-im UOllT. CATTON.
C3-IK, .A. HP ES
Ripe Grapos 8 Pounds for $1.
tm- Apply ROUT. L1BHMAN.
Bell Telephone No. 317,
rpilK PAItTNEltSHIP HGUirrOifOltR
,- u'"liiB between B. Roth and John
1 . "Ihuui under the Unu name of John
1. lolhiim A Co. has been dissolved by
mutual wunuiit mid ltiultutlun of tune.
Hie ImnliiCM Will buiurilod on by John F.
( olhum to whom all tho ueu of mld'tlrm
Munu ami all dahu due urn to bo paid,
aud wliu UMUiut'i ull the liabilities of said
tt(iu lblM JOMft UUMIUU.N,
k Jlunolulu, Jium.Vl Imu ' - ..