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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTEH JUNE 1, 1893,
To Ewa Mill.
Lcftvo Honolulu 8:45 1 : 45
Leave Pearl Oity 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 9:B7 2:57
Leavo Ewa Mill.: I. ...0:21 10:13
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu..... 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excoptcd.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
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Time Whlstlo blows nt Hi. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tlio sumo us 12h. um.
0s. of Uicenwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1898.
Tuesday, July 11.
Am bktne W H Diraond, Nllson, for San
Stmr Olaudine for Maul and Hawaii at
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, . Moku-
lola, at 0 a m
Btmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p iu
Stmr Likellke for Maui
Stmr Pele for Makaweli at 3 p in
Stmr Waialeale for Lahiuna and Hamakua
Schr Mahimahi for Waianae
Schr Ka Moi for Hamakua
Schr Kawailaui for Koolnu
For San Francisco per bkt W H Dimund,
July 11 A L Assam, Mr and Mrs D 1'etty.
For Maui per stmr Likelike, July It
Ernest H WodeUonso and bride, Carl
Hedemann, Johannes Hcdetnann, Young
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Claudine,
July 11 For Volcano: Miss Chaddiok and
Mt Reiss. Way ports: Agnes Walker, T
K Keyworth, A Ahrens, Dr Russell and
wife, Miss Hapai, Mrs Hapai, O Kaiser,
Mr Brons, J A SpeaT, R S Yeszi, Ami,
Aohu, Quing Fong, Dr Oliver, Miss Emma
Blake, Mrs M Kealoha and child, MNs
Hattio A Kekoa, Paul Jarrett, J SIcGuire
and 30 deck.
The American barkentiuo W. H. Di
mond, Capt. Nilson, took for San Fran
cisco, 60 bols. whiskey (aW3 gals.) by C.
Brown; 8714bagssugarbyW.tr. Irwin &
Co. ; 1740 bags sugar, by C. O. lierger. JDo-
niestic value, $07,010.
HARRISON At Waikiki, July 10, 1S93, to
the wife of Fred. Harrison, r son.
Worthless Family Portraits.
The lato William A. Aldrich was
almost a millionaire and lived in a
palatial home on Piedmont Heights.
He was a very proud man, but those
who woro his guests from time to
time woro always treated royally.
Mr. Aldrich was a widower. Ho was
proud of his family name and proud
of his family. When it came to ex
amining into his estate it was found
that ho had kopt his affairs iu excel
lent condition, so that tho executors
could readily determine tho extent
and value of tho various properties.
In the course of time tho estato was
appraised oven down to tho smallest
article in the house. Thou tho ap
praisers came to the family por
traits, which Mr. Aldrich had prized
so highly in his lifetime and which
money could not buy iu days gono
"What is their value?" asked one
of the other. Nobody could seem to
tell what was tho value of a rich
man's portrait and those of his rela
tives. Mr. Aldrich, howevor, had ho
been alive, would have placed a
limitless valuation on them, for to
him thoy were almost priceless. But
tho appraisers solemnly looked upon
tho pictures and then thoy wrote
down "No value," and such was tho
report made to tho court. It is not
likely, howovor, that tho picturos
will bo turned toward the wall, for
Mr. Aldrich loft somo relatives vory
well provided for, and uo doubt thoy
will treasure tho old portraits and
givo them a place on tho wall just
for memory's sake.
Yesterday afternoon the estato of
Aldrich was recalled by tho signing
of tho last papers, which distributed
tho vast property to tho legatees
under tho will of tho dead capitalist.
. By the eigniug of those papers tho
wife of William T. Bartou, the well
known composer, will got a snug
fortune, for she was a daughter of
tho decedent. Tho other daughter
is tho wife of Lioutonaut William
B. Dunning of tho United Slates
army, who will also rocoivo a for
tune. Goorgo A. Aldrich, a sou, has boon
left a fortune by his father, but not
in his own right. Tho poor boy was
in tho Napa Insane Asylum, and ho
a guardiau was appointed to take
his sharo. Tho millionaire provided,
howovor, that in case the boy Hhould
over rocovor his reason then ho
should cotno iuto tho full sharo of
his estate and manuge it liiniholf,
The other son, Willium JI. Aldrich,
was at tho old homo iu Honolulu ut
last accounts, and ho, too. lias been
well provided for. Tim iuttt ut't of
tho court has boon donu lit thotwtuto
of Aldrich, ami tho family portralU
of "uo value" will bo dihtriuulod tu
tUu hlrt.--V. F, (JKtQih,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
M. Goldborg is soiling out his
men's clothing at cost.
Iolnni Collogo will broak up for
vacation on the 20th iut.
Diamond Iload, 8 p. m, Woathor
cloudy, wind light northeast.
xij.ia vjuuuuiuu mm xii.i. .iiuia
tho only passongors for tlio Vi
by tho stoamor Claudino Jjodii
Miss Chnddick and Mr. Koiss woro
Tho annual moctintr of stockho!
ors of tho Win. G. Irwin & Co. (L'd)
will bo hold to-morrow (Wednesday)
at ll:i5U a. in.
Miss Emma Blako loft on tho
stoamor Claudino this afternoon for
Lnhninnlunn Seminary, to tempor
arily fill tho placo of a.teaehor.
Go to M. Goldborg if you want a
cheap suit, ho is soiling out all of his
mon's clothing at cost. Como oarly
on Saturday, July 15th, and got first
Mr. A. B. Scrimgeour goes to Ka
hului on tho steamer Likeliko. this
evening to assume his old position
of bookkoopor at Wailuku planta
tion. Mr. Ernest Wodohouso and brido
will leave on tho steamer Likeliko
this evening for Kahului, Maui,
whero thoy will spend' their honey
moon. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., bankers
and merchants of Melbourne, sus
pended payment the last woek of
Juno. Thoir liabilities aro iI2,500j
000. Thoy expect to resume busi
Three nioro games will conclude
tho baseball season. Tho Kamoha
mohas and Hawaiis play nest Satur
diy, thou tho Crescents and Katnoha
mohas, tho final gamo to bo between
tho Crescents and Hawaiis.
A warrant was sont from Waio
hinu, Kau, about a month ago, for
tho arrest of Alapai, charged with
tho theft of a horso belonging to
Aiona, a Chinaman. Alapai was ap
prehended this afternoon by tho
Mrs. Louisa Johnson Bindt died
at the Insane Asylum on Sunday
and was buried tho sanio afternoon
in Kawaiahao Cemetery. Deceased
was born at Hanalei, Kauai, and was
about 50 years of ago at hor .death.
She leaves relatives in Honolulu and
on the Coast.
An eight-year old Chinese boy ar- I
res ed yesterday for slapping a native Couucil BoC!Ulso tho people con
girl on tho face was hnod D and 1 Mo iu honesty nothing has
costs by Judge lostor this morning. . d -J , imuode vour course of
The mother of the girl was vory,
sorry for tho boy aftorward, and said
shetlid not want young China-to bo
so heavily lined.
Tho annual number of tho San
Francisco Daily Commercial News
has been received. It contains a re
view of auiminr news and disasters,
and illustrations of tho principal
Pacific Coast morcantilo houses and
their ollicors, and is altogether a
vory interesting number.
J. F. Morgan will offer for sale, at
tho Arlington Dining Hooin, Hotel
street, at 10 o'clock to-morrow, an
immense consignment of now goods
.belonging to the assigned estate of
SleKevett &z Co., of Molbourno and
Belfast. The stock, which is all
hew, will bo sold without reserve.
Someone uptown started a "fake"
story this afternoon that tho schoon
er Liholiho had arrived and brought
tho news that two moro soldiere had
been shot. Inquiry at tho Iuter
Islaud Co.'s ollico elicilod tho fact
that although the schoonor was ex
pected from Kauui she had not been
sighted as yet.
Tho stoamor Iwalaui loft at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon with re
inforcements for tho Kalulau expedi
tion. Attorney-General Smith wont
with tho party, which consistod of
Corporal T. King und ton privates.
A uumbor of people woro on tho
wharf to see tho party off. The Iwa
laui will return on Thursday aftor
noon. Mr. Allen Hutchinson gave a de
monstration iu practical modeling
last night in tho Scottish Thistle
Club's hall. After a fow preliminary
remarks, ho sot to work, and in loss
than an hour ho sketched iu clay a
very spirited bust of tho club's secre
tary, Mr. Arthur McDowell. lho
whole process was closely watched
with much interest by tho audience,
to many of whom it was the first
timo thoy had soon a sculptor at
work. At t ho close of tho proceed
ings, Mr. Hutchinson was accorded
a hearty voto of thunks for tho
pleasant ovouiug's entertainment he
Docision on a Hui Dispute Tho Holt
Judgo Whiting has rendered a de
cision sustaining domurror of de
fendants in tho huit of Charles Ka- i
iaiki vs. J. W. Koliikoa ot al. on tho
ground that out of 11) poinons iu tho
company sued 2;l are not joined ns '
defendants. Tlio second ground,
which is wunt of equity, ho over- i
rules. Plaintiff has livo days to ap
ply for leave to aniund as ho may bo
advised, C. Brown for plaintiff; W. '
C. Achi for defoudant. ,
In tho estate of Eliza Wood Holt,
before Judgo Whiting, tho petition I
of Bruce Cnrtwright, tho adminis-
trator with will annexed, for con-1
urination of sale was grunted with
one oKcopliou, viz., a piece of hind at
Kalawahiue, Honolulu, known as i
the Doirou proinihcs In this case
the land was sold under a inibaniiM'- ,
liensiou as to the width of right of
way loading to the lot from School'
elieet, mid it brought only Jil'fJ, i
which, on the later knowledge of a
i carriage right of way, tho Court,
ileum is too low a prion. C. Brown
I for the adiuiiiinliator.
Judgo Whiting litis appointed
! Oliiti'lo L. Carter Uiiiiponu.v admin- i
! iritiator of tho ostiitn of Diiuinl lluii-
(!, undue bond of 3K).
Judge Coopor is lumiiiii; dim elud
ing aigiiiiiuut iu Ihu Banning cuno
AN OPEN LETTER
From Paul Neumann to tlie Hon.
S. B. Dole, President of
Hon. S. B. Dole,
Dear Sir, Tho situation in tho
Hawaiian Islands is unsatisfactory
and complaints aro loud on all sides.
To tho presont uncertainty aro at
tributed hard timos, languishing
trade, and tho woariug strain upon
tho mind and pationco of tho poo
plo; anyhow, it is thought, that
removing tho existing uncertainty
of our condition will abolish those
Tho people of tho Islands have,
remained in conservative expectaucy.
Even those who aro not wildly en
thusiastic iu favor of auuoxation
willingly credit to tho party at
whoso head you stand an honost
purpose to bouofit all tho people of
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LUIS UUUllklJ UJ bUUU (IUUC). ""J,
howovor, this delay iu positivo ac
tion? This letter is addressed to you,
firstly, because you havo assumed
nil responsibility by assuming tho
leadership of your party; secondly,
because a number of pooplo, though
not contont with tho stato of affairs,
yet give a tacit support to tho Pro
visional Government bocauso they
have confidouco iu your character,
disposition, integrity and ability.
But their faith in your strength
and in your courage to do what is
just and right is wavering.
Leaving aside certain objection
able acts of your party objection
able because they were certainly un
necessary and presumably impolitic
such as tho childish interference
with the baud, tho absurd military
bill and others, the people acqui
esced iu 3'our leadership and in tho
nmm,oc ,f,i u , A,f,w1.
direction of public business by y
action or to thwart your policy. Is,
howovor, tho present condition to
Do you, do your colleagues, does
tho Council, and do your partisans
beliovo that a government established
under the circumstances under which
this Government was created a
govornmont existing without, I will
not say against, the consent of tho
Hawaiian people can be permanently
maintained? This, you ltuow, is not
probable, it is not possible; an at
tempt to shape your action to ac
cord with such a belief may be
fraught with vory serious, perhaps
It is not necessary to advance tho
proposition that annexation: is en
tirely impossible; it is undeniably
impossible without an expression of
tho' will of tho Hawaiian pooplo.
The United States would not, with
out such an expression, annex this
country in auj' form or undOr any
It is obvious that neither tho pre
vious "elan" which inspired tho an
nexationists last Fobruary, uor tho
propaganda which a small portion of
tho American pross aud the stereo
typed sermon of ox-Minister Stovens
may make will induce tho Amorican
people to garroto tho Hawaiian and
steal the islands.
It is straugo that mon of such in
telligence aud political experience
as somo members and partisans of
tho Provisional Government aro
could not foresee tho fact that tho
American nation aro not filibusters,
and that instead of attempting to
gain annexation by legitimate efforts
in tho Island1', you tried by foreign
aud uulawful assistance to knock
Mr. Stevens' ripe pear -off tho Ha
waiian tree. It was a misdirected
blow. The United States did not
spread tho bag to receive tho pear,
it is hanging there j'ot, and nobody
was struck unless our respected
friend Mr. Stevens, as ono may fairly
judge from the groans of pain which
he emitted in San Francisco boforo
i tho Chamber of Commerce. In tlio
! end not even tho resolutions of tho
Sau Francisco Chamber of Com
merco will help to annex the Islands.
Tho point is what can, what should
be done and what is your' duty at
this time? All possible propositions
lead but to one conclusion, and a
vory cogent conclusion. A plobis
citum must bo hold. Why wait until
this necessity is pointed out by the
American Congress, to whom vory
probably tho President will submit
tho Hawaiian question? Doos any
one boliqvo that the indecency horo-
toioro attempted tiirough lniso re
ports sent to Mr. Harrison and Mr.
Fostor can bo repeated, and that tho
Hawaiian people will bo robbed of
their independence against thoir ex
pressed consent, or will havo tho
bouelitsof unuoxation conferred upon
thum without their expressed wish?
Whoever believes that does not
know the United States of America.
If tho qualified voters of tho Ha
waiian Inlands ratify tho actions of
the committee of safety and of tho
Provisional Government, you will
need uo army to strike terror into
the hearts of the malcontents. If
i luv (In iidl nnilfir.M vim. whril. riflit.
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havo you to usurp tho fuiictoits of
If tho people ratify t huso acts and
' approve your political existence as
, iiilein, ovory decent, intelligent and
woll-iucaiiiiig rcniduut, though uo
adherent of your party, will urray
I hiiiiMilf upon your nido and Hiistain
our actions and your policy. Thou
i the praor for annexation can bo
Hindu iu Mioli piopoi',i)leau mid justi
I liable manner that our great and
good fiiuml iioruhH tliu sua can with
propriety give hood to our reiiumt.
I Thou liu may help us; if uul by an-
noxation. to his own dotnmont, yet
by assisting us to maintain a stable
and decent govornmont.
If a majority of representatives
olectod by tho qualified votors of
tho country doclaro for a chango of
our form of govornmont, irrespec
tive of tho possibility of futuro an
nexation, thoy will bo sustained by
the taxpayors and roputablo citizens
of thiq country, nnd no dissent will
bo hoard if tho prosout government
should bo placed lawfully aim con
stitutionally in powor.
Tho pooplo will not submit to
Protoriauism or to indefinite dolay
iu settling tho question.
Either of tho two conditions means
ruin. Both aro grossly unjust and
iucpnsistout with tho principles
which tho annexationists must pos
sess and profess if thoy aro fit to
bocomo American citizons.
Tho stop recommended, that is,
tho convening of a body of lawfully
chosen representatives and carrying
out their conclusions moaus sustain
ing right nnd justice. Tho people
havo the right to demand that it bo
taken, you Cmeauiug tho Provisional
Government) havo no right to refuse
to tako it or to impedo or prevent it
if you aro honest.
But thoro is another and more
urgent reason for such action. It
should bo impelled by gratitude to
aud consideration for our friend tho
United States. These Islands, it is
well known, havo boon befriended
and in reality protected at all times
by the groat Republic. It is claim
ed that our political chango has been
effected by a representative of tho
United States in violation of justice,
docencj, comity, treaty obligations
aud international law.
That roprosontativo camo noar to
casting an indelible stain upon tho
American nation. But why ask the
United States to judgo him? His
futuro fato doos not coucorn us.
Let tho Hawaiian people assemble
by duly chosen representatives, lot
tho pooplo declare now and by whom
wo shall bo governed, and ask tho
United States if it should bo nocos
sary to assist us in carrying out the
conclusions of tho pooplo. Now wo
call upon you and tho Provisional
Government, who profess an attach
ment for tho United States so groat
that it impels you to surrender Ha
waiian independence for American
citizenship, to save our great friend
and neighbor from a disagreeable
task by taking the voto of tho Ha
waiian pooplo aud following tho
popular will. You will then show
that jou aro ut to become American
citizens, and do not wish to trample
under foot every gift of liberty, every
principle of representative govern
ment, every guarantee of justice and
right. JJo now what is just and
right not from fear or necessity,
nor until it is demanded by the
United States, but because you owe
tho fulfilment of that duty to tho
pooplo who permit you to represent
them and to those whoso faith in
your honost motivos must bo justifi
ed by j-our own conduct.
Put your house in order so that
you may show to tho Amorican Con
gress when it assembles what is
truly tho wish of our people, in
whom after all tho sovereignty rests,
aud ask your groat neighbor to holp
you if tho wish expressed is reason
able and rests on proper grounds.
This course will not alone pre
serve the high estimate iu which
you, aud many oi those wno are
with you, aro held at home, but will
commend your cause, which will
then bo tho causo of the people of
Hawaii, to a respectful and advan
tageous consideration in Washing
ton. I am, with ovory assurance of my
For a cut, bruiso, burn or scald,
thoro is uothiug oqual to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals tho parts
moro quickly than any othor appli
cation, and unless tho iujury is vory
sovoro, no scar is loft. For salo by
all doalors. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
ai'ouls for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Several members of the P. G. band
gavo an impromptu concort on Hotel
streot last night, prolonging it till
It is said the soldiers burned
Koolau's houso while on his trail.
A genuine clearance sale in all
departments at iu. Uoluborg s.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK TH13
HtocUliolders oi tho Win. (1. Irwin
t Co.. (L'd). will a held at the OIHco on
Kort htreet, TU-MOKKOW (Wednesday)
MORNING, July 12th, at 11:30 o'clock.
W. F. GIFFAitl),
The undersigned having heeu unpointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
roil T1IK CKI.KUKATE1)
FItOM THE WOHKB OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
prepared to give Intimates aud
uruor lur mesc r.ngiues,
of uuy size ami style,
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARU NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which liavu recently been
received at thesu Islands, unit wu will huvu
pleasure in furnishing plantation ugtmts
und umuugers with particulars of bunui,
The Superiority of these Locomotives
our all other imikes Is known nut only
hero but is acknowledge! throughout thu
U lilted Status,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Bel AgenU (or tlio Uawnlkn lakndt.
O! the Agony
Of Thoso who Suffer from
Bood'a Sarsaimrtlla Purtflet,
Boothcs, llcals, CVIIVS.
Sir. T. V. Johnson
Ban Josp, Cal.
" I havo for many years been a trraU sufferer
from l!UOFUI.A breaking out on niy arms
and legs; they w ere covered with eruption and
sores, dUchm-glnc nil ihotimti. Itrlodvcry
many medicines nnd consulted physicians far
and near, but conlantly greir worse. I
have taken but three bottles of Hood'.i Sarsapa-
Hood's x Cures
rllla for rhoumnltsm, and lias derlvod so much
benefit from It that sho declares thoro Is no
other medicine on earth. Wo would not be
without It In tho liouso If It costs $20 a bottle."
T. VAnLEY Johnson, San Jose, Cat.
K. n. Ho sure to Ret Hood's Harsaparllla,
Hood's Pill3&ct easily, ct promptly and
eOlcIcntly, on the liver and bowels. 25c.
HOBItON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
NKW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS.
Pantries to Kitehon nnd
Dinlni'-rooin. Kitehon nnd Din
ing-room floors painted, other rooms hand
somclv nanered and finished: Patent W.
C, Bathroom, Servants' Itoom, Woodroom,
Chiekcn House and Yard. Tho Grounds
properly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
Shrubs und Flowers. These premises are
located one block from Borutamu street and
one mile from town. Can be leased by a
good party at a reasonable rent 1U QUIT
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
CONTAINING SIX KOOMS,
Lanui, Bay Window, llal
conv. Interior of 1ioug hand-
somelv'uriuned and papered. Kitehon and
Dining-room lloors painted, Parlor Hoor
carpeted, other lloors matted and oil
clothed, all new. House sets up seven feet
from ground encloeed all around, Win
dows, Doors, etc. Two Patont v. O's,
Bathroom, Washroom, Servants' Rooms,
Tool Room, Chicken House and Yard,
Largo Carriage Houso and Stable with
rooms upstairs. Any amount of Fruit
Trees, Grapes and 1-lowors, large Lawn
and Grounds under proper cultivation.
Location same as House No. 1 and same
terms to a good party at price TO SUIT
N. B. All waste water from sink, etc.,
is carried through pipes to large brick
Office or to
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUK.UI LANE.
Bell Telephone 535
ATA MEETING UFT1IE DIRECTORS'
II of -the Mutual Telephone Co. held
this date, a dividend of Four (4) Percent
on the fapital Stock was declared, payable
immediately at the ollice of
0. O. BEIIOEU,
Honolulu, July H, 18113. 772-lw
DOG STRAYED OB STOLEN
FROM MAKIKI, LAST
Saturday, a White und
lirown Retriever 1'up, seven
months' old, long und thick
hair, tin of tail has been cut. Kewuid tor
UONSALVK8 .t CO.'S STORK,
7)-3t Queon street.
$25 BEWAHD !
REWARD WILL RE PAID FOR
information that will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons who
have broken the windows und doors of the
O. R. it L. Co.'s Station ut Moaualua.
OAHU RAILWAY A. LAND CO.
II. F. DiM.lKuiiAM, General Manager.
$100 REWARD !
I WILL FAY THE AMOVE SUM FOR
information thut will procure the con
viction of tho person or persons who set
fire to my houicat Hllo, Hawaii, on Thurs
day, .linie'.'J. lb!)).
WMw J. A. VICTOR.
rVN' JULY 5tii A DENTAL FRATER.
J nity Uold rlu, star shape;
name on back.
Two Deltas anil
on facu et w th Rubies and iunmolse,
Mrlug to Dr. R. 1. Moore, Arlington House,
and receive reward.
17ROM AND AKTIJIl THIHDATK, NO
12 Freight will bo received by the Oahu
Railway k Laud Co. for shipment unlets
OAHU RAILWAY .v, LAND CO.
M. 1'. Dii.i.imiii vi, (ieneral Manager.
Honolulu, July 10, Ibid. 773-lw
F AM ON AND LAM I HUN CHIN
Xu KOim, have authority to at
during ut) absence from tliU Klu
KOim. have iiutwinn to act. lor me
Honolulu, July lu, Na
Y A (ItiKMAN HUH. AH .COOK OH
A,pl) ' H. Y.
M'tw Jub Mutiny tl liulUliu Ojjyte,
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS:
BSO iort Street, Honolulu,
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
BIG CUT IN PRICES !
Night Dresses, our
Night Dresses, our
Night Dresses, our
Ladies1 "White Skirts, 1 ruffle for 40e.
White Skirts, 3 rallies for 05c.
White Skirts, ilouiice with lace edirc for
Chemises, extra quality for 4.0c. (
Chemises, torchon lace and embroidery for 60c.
Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality
&3P These Prices are Positively
3ML. S. LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADLES SHOES,
Laces in. all "WicLt!fcLS,
The Popular German Dry Goods
7 5 FOiEtTSTItEBT .75
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. :f EHLERS &d go.
S3 PORT STK.B3H3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-Just suluiblo for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
SiUceLlin. and Villa. X3re.pery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
J3T Dressmaking Under the Management o! MISS K. CLARK. 3
Royal Insurance Company
Assets January 1, 1892,
Fire riHkn on all kinds of Insuranco Property taken at Current Risks by
ActiiiB Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
E. B. THOMAS,
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
of Mriek, Iron, Stone and Wooden
Buildings, All kinds of Jobbing lu the
building trade attended to. Kcopi for sale:
Mrlck, Lime, Cement, Iron Stone 1'ipu and
Fittings. Old and Now Corrugated Iron,
Mlnton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, aborted size
anil colors; California and Monterey Hum,
(Irani to Curbing und Hlooks, etc, etc
B Ollico and Yard : Corner King and
Smith streets. Ollico Hours: 8 to 12 a.m..
lto4i'.M. Telephones: Mell 351; Mutual
117. Residence; Mutual 410. P. O. Mox
rpiIK ANNUAL MKKTINO OK
X Stockholders of the W.uolliNU .
uiu.TUHAi. X Giiaxi.su Co. will bu heldut
the Olllce of Messrs. U. Irwin A' Co.
on WEDNKBDAY, thu aith Inst., at llj
o'clock a. n. O. P. IAUKLA,
... Sccri'tory W. A. iV 0. Co.
Honolulu, July ft, lbu:i. 7ei It-US -Jt
JU ul thu Stockholder of the Hawaiian
ii"l!!''AA'!TitiKwll Ihj held WLD
NLHDAY, July li!ih, ut 1 o'clock v. ..at
K"oin U, Campbell Mlock.
.,. J. II. K1HHISII.
60 ixnti u vwnth,
1 quality for 85e.
$1.25 quality for 1.
2 quality for 1.(50.
for THIS WEEK ONLY -j
in the World."
Priestman Oil Engine
S Horse Power. Runs with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Holler or Fur
nace. Coit to run very small
as compared with steam.
Can bu seen In motion at mv Wnr...
house, (jiieeu street,
7ti.r-lm ROMT. CATTON.
Ripo Grapes 8 Pounds for $1.
tm- Apply ROMT. L1HHMAN.
lill Telephone No. HI7, "CS-Iw
dr. :m. goto,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Boll Toloplaoxio iee,
C.111 bo loiiMilted at his rt'.ldenco ut Keoiio-
um, 011 1110 iiimiku Mile of hing Btreui, and
Luunldunf l.lllhit ritrtel, house formvilv
ouMiplcil by Mr. G. U Dealiu,
! The lMily llullctin it Mlvtud by
tarrifri for 60 jw woh,