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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FIIOM AND AFTEK JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Lcavo Pearl City.
Arrlvo Ewa Mill. ,
LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Plauters' Monthly for July
has boon received.
M. Goldberg is soiling out his
men's clothing nt cost.
A gonuino clonranco salo in all
departments nt M. Goldborg's.
The P. G. band played on
Executivo building grounds
A young married man wishes a
position as manngor on a coffee or
Tho Nawai shooting case has again
boon rotnandod until Thursday in
tho District Court.
Lcavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lcavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:S0 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Bumiuys excepted.
D. Baturdays oxcoptod.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
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First quarter of the moon on tho 20th at
Time Whistle blows at lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the snmo as 12h. Oni.
08. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1893.
Tuesday, July 18.
O & O 8 S Oceanic, Smith, 12 days from
Tuesday, July 18.
Smith, for San Fran-
Tho P. G. band will givo a concorfc
at tho Hotol this evening for tho
bonoiit of tho Hotol guests.
In. tho S. S. Ocoanic's Chinese
passongors from China for this port
thoro woro fourteen grocers.
Tho horses and mares to bo sold
by J. P. Morgan on Saturday. 22d
inst., aro from tho Kualoa raueh.
Tho S. S. Oceanic will leave for
San Francisco at 5 o'clock this oveni
ing, tho mail closing at 4 o'clock.
Tho libol suit against W. G. Smith,
editor of tho Star, has beon set for
Thursday nest in tho District Court.
B. F. Ehlors & Co. have tho latest
novelties at thoir store. .Ladies
should make a noto of the special
lines advertised in this issue.
District Court Appeals Again-
A docision has boon filod by tho
Supremo Court, in tho casoof Frank
Brown vs. Jose J. Garvnlho, Domin
go J. L. Mattos and J. M. Vivas, in
tenor and effect similar to tho deci
sions in Provisional Govommont vs.
W. G. Smith and Provisional Gov
ommont vs. Ah Un, viz.: "Thoro is
no appoal to tho Supremo Court
from a docision of a District Court
over-ruling n domurror for misjoin
der of parties, in a civil case, no final
judgmout having boon rondorod in
tho District Court." O. L. Carter
for plaintiff; C. Croighton for defen
dants. Judge Whiting has rondorod a do
cision on defendant's motion for a
now trinl, in tho ojoctmout caso of
Maria Kaanaaua vs. Koahi ot al. Ho
ovor-rulos tho 1st, 3d, -1th and 5th
grounds arguod, but grants tho mo
tion on tho 2d ground, saying: "Dur
ing tho trial of tho caso tho Court
was not satisQod with tho actions of
8ovoral of tho iurors, but this of it
self is not sufficient to grant a now
trial, but I am strongly impressed
by the affidavits filod that thoro was
such misconduct on tho part of tho
jury in this caso as to cast suspicion
THE FIRE CHIEF BESICJNS.
O & O S S Oceanic,
Planter, Dow, for San Fran
cisco at 5 p m
Dr. H. Playfair, physician, and A.
Westmacott, ougineer, both of Eng
land, are arrivals by tho S. S.
Ocoanic to-day fiom tho Oriont.
Mr. So Young, Chinese merchant,
who loft here a few months ago for
China, returned on tho S. S. Ocoanic
to-day with his wife and family.
Miss Fonnoll of Kau loft for hor
homo on the steamer W. G. Hall
this morning. Miss Fonnell return
ed from tho States on tho S. S. Australia.
e The Y. M. C. A. Review for the
current quarter is'to baud. It is tho
first number from tho now general
socretarvj Mr. Corbott, and is credit
able to him.
Only Took Offlcb-'JTo'iflporarily JaB, (
H. Hunt His Probablo Succosaor.
Mr. Frank Hustaco, Cliiof Engi
noor of tho Honolulu Firo Depart
ment, sent itrliis resignation a few
days ago to tho Board of Commis
sioners, to tako offoct tho end of tho
present month. Tho matter will bo
considered on tho last Thursday of
this month. Mr. Hustaco in conver
sation with a Bulletin roportor
Btatod that ho had only taken tho
position for a poriod of six months,
in order to got the depart inont into
good and ofDciont- working order.
This object lie considered had boon
attained, and ho retired satisfied that
tho city had a vory othciont corps of
"Thoro is ono thing I regret," ho
said, "and that is that thoro is no
machine on tho plains. Engine Co.
No. 2 ought to bo stationed thoro,
and No. 1 engine, which has tho
strongest pumping capacity, can
tako caro of the town. Even if No.
2 is required in town, with tho pre
sent corps tho machine could bo
brought into town insido of ton
uiinutos. No. "2 has eight mou, in
cluding tho foreman; No. 1, four
mou, and Hoso Co. has fivo mon."
Mr. Hustaco said ho would rotiro
Son of Harry IE. Huuy, of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Scvcro Form of
Scrofula Mum or
" Until my boy was six years of ago ho was
from birth a.lcrriblii sufferer from '.irofu
lous humor. Sores would nppear on him nnd
spread until as I.nri;r ti n Rollnr nml then
dlsclmrGO, follow ed by others, so that tho larger
For This "Week Only ! "
N. S. SACHS'
Sao Fort Street, KConolulu.
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS
fiart of his uouy was ono iiin or orr nil
he time, csiierliillv scvcro on liW lciri nml hack
of hi ears and im ills herd. Tho humor had a
upon any vordict thnt thoy ronder-' to his business, and it was probablo
. ... i-"....
oci, ana on tms irrounu i sustain tuo i
motion aud order tho vordict set
aside and thnt a new trial bo had."
In tho caso of John, Nollio and
Harry, minor children of tho lato H.
W. Mcintosh, Judgo Cooper has
ordered that tho Clerk deposit tho
amouut of 1911.38 thoir sharo of
the estate, in tho Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank to the credit of the
minors, that the interest or incomo
thereof bo applied toward tho main
tenance of said minors, aud that
thoir mother have loavo from time
to time to apply to tho Clerk for
tho payment of tho interest for said
that Foreman Jainos H. Hunt would
fill tho vacancy. Tho rotiring m
cumbout lias the honor of being the
first to holtt tho office in tho paid
O. & O. S. S. OCEANIC.
Arrives From China to Leave at 5
O'clock for San Francisco.
Mrs. Moore, wife Lieutenant E. K.
Moore of tho U. S. S. Boston, will
leave by the S. S. Australia to-morrow.
- She will bo much missed in
Stmr Waialeale for Waianac, Waialua and
Stmr Llkelike for Maui
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai nt 5 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Pelo for Makaweli at 3 p in
From the Orient, per S S Oceanic, July
18 Col Sir Henry Collett, Mr So Young,
wife and 2 children, A Westmacott, Dr H
Playfair, 2 Japanese, 19 Chinese and others
For San Francisco, per S 8 Oceanic, July
18 E W Fuller, T K Hayasiii, Mr and Mrs
L E Moses, Lieut Coiiman, TJ S N, and 19
Japanese from Honolulu.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, July 18 Volcano: F L Howard and
Col Sir Henry Collett. Wnyports: MrGar-
ler. Mrs Zieulcr. T J McLaachlin. J Keawo-
hawail, Mabel Kaili, O Thoel and 30 deck.
The Hawaiiau Jockey Club is pre
paring to give the public a day's
sport at Kapiolani Park on Sept. 2.
The program of races appears in an
After four weeks all but a day on
tho Marine Railway, having her
stem plates reinforced with iron
sheathing, Wildor's steamer Kiuau
was launched to-day.
Tarn Sing, the Chinaman who
drove into Harry Cannon's milk
wagon the other day, was fined $10
by Judgo Carter this morning for
furious and heedless driving.
Col. Sir H. Collett, of tho Royal
Army, England, arrived from Yoko
hama on the S. S. Oceanic this morn
ing, and loft again on the steamer
W. G. Hall at 10 o'clock for the Volcano.
i oir nenry touoii. waypons: jur uar
t and wife, O E Hooper, MUs Caroline
joper, M C Ross ana con, J L Kichard
s, E H Bailey, Miss Fennoll, C W Zeig-
VeBsels in Fort.
TJ S 8 Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Bluhm, from
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yokohama
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Tern Glcndale, Johnson, from Eureka, Cal
Am schr Allen A from Eureka
Foreign Vessels Expected.
SB Warrimoo, from Vancouver, July 21
S S Mariposa, Haynard, from San Fran
cisco, July 27
S S Monowaf, Carey, from the Colonies,
S S City of Rio de Janeiro, from Hong
kong and Yokohama, July 25
8 8 City of New York, from Hongkong
. and Yokohama, July 31
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget. Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Ger bk J C Pnugor, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Iscnberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant frdm Port Blakely
Am schr Transit from San Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Tho steamer Kinau being oil' the Marine
Railway, the tern tileudale is to bo hauled
The American barkentino Planter, Dow
master, sailed for the Golden Gate with a
email cargo of sugar consisting of 0520 bags
sugar snipped uy ai. tiuuKieiu & uo,, nnu
ou oags, snipiicu oy ju. ts. urinimum X, vo.
450 bags, shipped by M,
Domestic value, $32,038
Still Another Correction.
Tho Advortisor endeavors to cor
rect a local in yesterday's Bulletin
in re Attorney-General Smith and
tho tramcar on Sunday. Tho fact
of tho matter, as seen by a roportor,
is that tho funeral lino crossed tho
track, and it boing near the coruor
of King and Fort streot tho car wont
through without wailing for tho
wholo procession to pass.
"My little boy was very bad off
for two months with diarrhuun. Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing dono
him any good until wo usod Cham
borlaiirs Colic, Cholera nnd Dinrr
huju Romedy, which gave immediato
roliof and soon cured him, 1 con
sider it the bent medicine mndu nnd
conscientiously recommend it to all
who need u diarrhoea or colic medi
cine J. 13. Hnro, Trenton, Tex. 25
aud 50 coutu bottles for sale by, all
dealors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
pjfeuts lor tho Hawaiian island!
Mr. W. F. Reynolds, of tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, is flying a handsome
Hawaiian (lag over his store to-day.
It is the largest flag afloat in Hono
lulu to-day, as well as the hand
somest. Chin Sam was fined $50 this morn
ing in tho District Court for having
lichoo-opiuin nuts in possession.
Sam accused a Chinese informer of
having thrust the nuts into an offi
Tt is reported that the Hawaiian
National Band will ask for permis
sion to play at the Hotel on Friday
evening, for the benefit of the pas
sengers on the Warrimoo due that
day from Victoria.
L. J. Lovoy will continue tho big
sale of bankrupt stock to-night at 7
o'clock. There was largo attendance
last night, attracted no doubt by
the unusually good bargains going
in all classes of household goods.
The Hawaiian National Band will
serenade Claus Sprockets at the
Oceanic wharf, at tho departure of
the S. S. Australia to-morrow. W.
Aylett, ono the leaders of tho Na
tionals, called on Captain King,
Minister of the Interior, yesterday
and made him acquainted with the
fact. Tho Minister graciously gave
Bindt, a cripple who rides about
on a bay horso around town, will
leave on one of tho island steamers
this evening for Kalalau valley to
capture Koolau, tho loper bandit,
and tho $1000 roward offered for his
arrest. Young Bindt has been
about town looking for two others
to go with him. Ho will go down
Hawaiian Soap, the only pure
laundry soap in tho market, can bo
had by tho caso or at retail, at any
of the grocers in Honolulu, as wojl
as at tlto company's agents. Fami
lies can now order Hawaiiau soap
from thoir Krocors with other goods.
Price S5.00 nor hundrod. M. W.
McChosnoy & Sons, Agonts Hono
lulu Soap Works Co.
Mr. T. H. Hobron is negotiating
with H. Ulukou, E. Kahulu, J. Shaw
and J. Edwards, a company of untivo
vocalists, to go to tho World's Fair,
in connection with tho Volcano
Cyclorama. If arrangements aro
satisfactory tho company will loavo
on tho S. S. Australia to-morrow.
Tho vocalists want 550 in adyanco
and expenses to and from Chicago.
Tho electric lights in tho Hotol
band stand hnvo not beon in order
for a month or two past, owing to
some disarrangement in tho not
work of wires overhead, Mr. Gas
sidy, the Govommont oloctriclan,
discovered yostorday tho aoat of tlio
trouble, and to-night wo aro pro
initiod some protty colored offoct , ns
many of tho globes woro yostorday
uleofy colored by Mr. Quinu, to tho
order of the Hotol,
Local Sports Assist a Visiting Fugil
ist. Thobenefit given by local sports
to Nick Barrowich, pugilist, at tho
Armory yostorday evening, was
largely attended. The outertaiu
ment did not commence until 8:30
o'clock, when James Spencer aud K.
Nakuina appeared stripped for a
contest for the wrestling champion
ship, Graoco-Rotnan rules. The
match was concluded in thirty
seconds, Spencer throwing his oppo
nent in that timo. Antono Keumi
then gave an exbibitiou of chair
swinging with his teeth, which was
encored. H. von Worthern and Chas.
Lambert gavo a tamo four-round ex
hibition of the manly art, the latter
giving a fair example of a "hon on
hot bricks." John Tunoy, musician
on the U. S. S. Boston,, gavo a vory
clover exhibition with tho Indian
clubs and had to rospond to an en
core. A wrestling bout between
Charles Rose and Jamos Spencer
lasted over half' an hour aud was
won by tho lattor. Tho wind-up was
a three-round sot-to between E. J.
Norcott, of tho U. S. S. Boston, and
Nick Barrowich, aud was a vory neat
exhibition. Previous to tho men en
tering the ring, Mr. Jos. Marsden, as
master of ceremonies, announced
that it would be an "exhibition only,
and no knock-out about it." When
"time" was called in tho final round
the beneficiary thanked all for thoir
assistance ana hoped to moot them
again in the future.
Tho O. & O. S. S. Oceanic, W. M.
Smith commandor, was telephoned
off port early this morning, aud
docked at the Pacific Mail wharf at
5:35 o'clock, twelve da3-s from Yoko
hama. Yostorday tho Oceanic made
292 miles. She had 100 tons of
Oriental merchandise for this port,
and -10,221 packages in transit. Thoro
woro eight cabin passengers, 1 Jap
anese and 1U Chinese M men
bo3's and 1 female for this port, and
tho following passengers in transit
Miss Amy Barriugton, H. P. Bowie,
L. Downos, P. 11. Duygea, Mrs. L.
W. Eckloy, K. Futarin, U. Hachiro,
R. Hargous, H. Jones, Lum Kong,
Mrs. McMichael and child, S. Ne
moto. M. Orikawa, Misses Poor
baugh (2), Miss Lizzie R. Poorbaugh,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Purdy and maid,
A. Roinhardt, Row A. Simpson, T.
Soro, Dr. K. Takayama, B. Thayer,
S. Ft Tanaka, U. Tauoda, N. C. Wal
ton, Jr., G. A. Watkins, L. Wobb,
Geo. E. Woorlhull and child.
The following aro booked at tho
office of H. Haekfold & Co., to leave
by tho steamer at 5 o'clock this
E. W. Fullor, T. K. Hayashi, Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Moses, Lieut. Hoff
mann, U. S. N., and twouty-uino
males and one female steerage pas
senger. FALL OF A SMOKESTACK.
the time, especially scvcro on hU leg! nnd hack
very oUcnslvo odor, nnd caused
We cannot tell how that poor hoy suffered In
oil those years. Physicians did not cftect a
euro. At last I decided to Rlvo him Hood's
Sarsaparilla, as my druggist recommended
It. In about two weeks thu S.irsap:u Ilia began
to liavo cllect.. Tho sores commenced to heal
np; tho flesh began to look moro natural and
ln-althy. Then the riile luinuJilI and nil over
his liuily new and health v lludi nnd skin funned.
When he had taken two lnttlM ho was entirely
frco from sores. liiMngnnlv tho scars to show
where they had been. Tlico luo nil disap
for tho good
has done our little hoy." Ii.umr 1C. Kunv,
Box D.riO, Columbia. Pennsylvania.
HOOD'S 1'H.l.S ruro Conitlpatlon lijr reitop
lng the piirlitHltle action cf UioallinenUrr canal
HOllUOX, NEWMAN k. CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
i Jockey Club
Undressed Mousquotnire Kid Gloves, tan shades, all sizes
for 85 Cents a pair.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, every pair war
ranted for $1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Mousqnetnire Kid Gloves, tan, black
and grey, every pair warranted for $1.90 a pair.
Evening Kid Gloves, extra long, light delicate shades, for
2 a pair.
White Kid. Gloves, 5 and G
Lrioves tor ."?1.0U a pair.
buttons, our regular $2
ES3?- These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -j
Accident that Scarod a Lot of
, at Ewa.
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
1st ItACE-QUEEN'S OUI' Parse ?30.
Running Iluco. -Milo Dash for Ha
waiian fired Horses.
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
IB. IF. BHLERS &c GO.
503 & 511 PORT STRHHT.
Canton Wash FeiTorios ! .
A handsome Cotton Fabric: Now Styles thin n-ason; the ctrbctsuro fac-tsimiles of China
Silks; to seo them means to appreciate them.
l&JLFLTJ S-ATEEIISrS !
Silk flnibh just out; real French designs nro the finest and the craze of the season.
Cashmere SiaTolimos 20 Cents "5Tarci !
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this teason entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"WTaite Lawns and Dimity !
In Plain, Striped and Checked in great variety.
HT" Dressmaking Under the Management of MRS. RENNER. ,J3
HIS GRACE'S COON SHOT.
The Duke of Newcastle's Pet Soeks
Pullets but Gets Bullets.
Two shots woro hoard in a yard on
Borotauia streot. in tho roar of tho
Hotel, about 8 o'clock this morning.
Captain Hookano, who was making
his rounds, heard tho shots, and on
tored tho yard. Thoro bo confronted
Ernest Narjot with a smokiug pistol
in his hand, aud a dead raccoon lying
on tho ground. It appears that tho
raccoon, a pot animal belonging to
tho Duko of Nowcastle, who lives in
a' cottage on tho Hotol grounds,
wont into tho 3rard and killed several
chickens. Narjot heard tho cackling
of fowls this morning and having
an idea it was a chicken thief wont
out to reconnoitre. Ho saw the
animal gliding along and thinking
it was a mongoose tired at it twice.
One bullet ontorod its head and tho
other its body. Captain Hookano
took tho coon to tho Police Station.
Tho Duko of Newcastle called at tho
Station at 9 o'clock, and wanted to
know tho damago dono by his pot.
Ho also asked if auyouo around tho
Station know how to skin tho coon,
and was told thoro was plenty of
skilled hands. Ollicor Hart was
awarded tho coutract to skin tho
A telephone message from Ewa
plantation at noon to-day stated
that an accident happened at that
place. Inquiry of Mr. E. D. Tonnoy,
ono of the officers of tho Ewa Plan
tation Co., elicited tho information
that Japanese laborors were hoist
ing a 7. ton smokestack about 150
foot long at tho pumping station
near the mill when, just as tho
smokestack was moving into posi
tion, tho tackle' broke and tho mon
stor tube fell to tho ground. In five
minutes tho stack would have boon
in position if tho hoisting gear had
not Kiven wuy. "'There was no ono
hurt," Mr. Tonnoy wound up, "but
thoro woro a lot of scared Japs."
New Departure in Shirts.
Having made arrangements with
an extensive shirt manufacturing
company in San Francisco, M. Gold
berg is now propared to show a largo
and well assorted lino of samples in
White Shirts, both for full dress and
ordinary wear; also in lino Madras
Cloths, Porcalos, Elannols, and lino
French Piques. A call will convince
you that it will pay to have your
shirts mado to order at popular
Good Time on Wheels.
Thos. P. Cummins, A. L. C. Atkin
son and Goo. Paris loft Nolto's
Saloon, Fort streot, atl o'clock Sun
day morning for a trip around the
island on wheels. Tho wheelmen
mado Lane's place at Hauula, a dis
tance of 28 miles, in I! hours aud 2t
minutes. Loft at 8:23 o'clock and
arrived at Waialua ut 10:57. Said
good-byo at noon and arrived in
town at 1:58 o'clock. Actual timo 9
hours and 2 minutes; traveling time,
12 hours 58 minutes.
'Jn RACE-MATCH RACK.
Running Rare. 1 Mile I)nh lictwc
"Duke Siienccr" and "Lord llroek."
3d RACK PRKSIDKNT
Truttiii;nnd Paulnc. Mile Heats; best
3 In j to harness. Free fur nil
4th RACE-KAI.AKAUA CUP.
Runuiim Race. Mile Dash for Ha
waiian llreil Hor.'-es.
5th RACE KAPIOIi.VNI PARK PURSE
(Jtii RACE OCEANIC
Milo Heat; 8
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, OpMstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
Si-Mile Da-di. Free
Japanese Fancy Goods Store
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAHED CIOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDVVAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothol Street.
Mrs. J. P. I
that she will open tli
Com.aco bees to announce
o nuovu Store
HEUi TELEPHONE ,r)25.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
A card from tlio publishers of this
periodical to tho Bulletin snys:
''The roports that Tho Californiau
Illustrated Magazine has boon af
fected by tho financial panic that
has swept ovor tho country, aro with
out foundation. Tho July and
August issues spoak for themselves,
and tho publishers proposo to in
croaso tho attractions of tho Maga
zine with ovory issue. Tho August
issuo will bo ospecially rich in fic
tion. A Japanese story is illustrated
by a Japanese artist. Tho Caverns
of Ulo, by Craig of Denver, and an
interesting story by Howard l'res
cott Spolford is given. Among tho
dohoriptivo illustrated papers are:
Tho Land of tho Whito Elephant;
L i ""P0"1"" grange; Slllurda.
Spirit Photographs; tho Making of i nilli, "
.. V...nir. nlimlfi.l. f 'li niliin rr Sluiatli ' !'"'"
la A1J' -tw-i wiuar '! ,
by Mark Sibloy Severance; Trout
1' ishing; Among tho Wild Grasses;
Delightful Summer Articles; Arte
mus Ward, Kto."
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way. Wo
ubed almost ovorythiug without
benefit. Then I said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud
Diarrhoea Honied', which wo did,
and that cured us right away. 1
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
John Herl.lor, JJuthel, Jierlcs Co.,
Pa. 25 and 50 coat bottles for salo
all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co,, agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Go to M. Goldberg if you want a
cheap suit, ho is hulling out all of his
men's doming at co.it. Como early
Inly lulli, and get lirst
Tho closing exorcises nt Tolani
. School will tako place on Thursday,
July zUth, at p. m. At tlio con
clusion of tho program in tho school
room, athletic Bjiorta will follow,
Friends aro rouuuatod to accept this
notice, an a cordial luvitutiou.
On MONDAY, July 17th,
Next door to tlio Palaeo lee Crcnin Parlors
OFFER poll HALK
Hetl Covers, Huinllccvehiofa, Shawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions,
Doilies and .Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy Silk and Cotton,
"Very Fancy Silks
Handuinted and Einhroidored;
Parasols. Photo l'raines. Card Cases,
Carved Wood and llumboo Hereout),
Trays, Kin., Etc., Etc.
FOR SALS I
Bipo Grapes 10 Pounds for $1.
CW-Apply UOllT. I.IHHMAN.
Hull Telephone No. iil7. 77(1-1 w
125 Wooden Benches
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Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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J. Sr WAXjKEIR.,
Acting Afcuut fur tUu Hawaiian UUudi.