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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PROM AND AFTKK JUNE 1. 1893.
LOOAIi AND "GENEHAIi NEWS.
iEho.P. Or. band ia enjoying a holU
Kooms to lot
with board at Ilani-
This has boon
an off day in tho
M. Goldborg is soiling out his
men's clothing at cost.
Thoro will bo crickot practico
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl Olty...
Arrive Ewa Mill. . .
Leavo Ewa Mill 0:2t 10:43
Leavo Pearl City 0:53 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65
A. Saturdays only.
C. Buiidaya oxcoptcd.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
t)Y C. J. LYONS.
DAY. 5.S " B ff5 Sf w
p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. I
Mon. 17 7 8 0 45 1 20, 0 3d ft 27 " 44 10 18
Xuns. 18 7 S5 7 8C 1 55 1 6 6 28 8 44 10 52
Wod. IflllO 0 9 0 2 50 3 15 5 28 0 44 11 23
Thurs. 20 10 30 0 60 25 1 40 5 211 0 44 12 0
Frl. 21114010 30 4 5 5 50 5 23 43 ....
Hat. 22 1 0 11 20 5 15 8 0 5 29 C 43' 0 34
Sun. 23 1 25 .... C 5 10 0 5 30 0 43 1 11
First quarter of tho moon on tho 20th at
Time Whistle blows at Hi. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, 'which la tho same as 12h. Om.
0s. of Uieonwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1893.
A gonuiuo cloarauco salo in
departments at M. Goldberg's.
St. Andrew's Priory is holding its
closing exorcises this afternoon.
Tho horso racos at Kapiolani
Park on Soptomhor 2d, tho Quoon's
birthday, promise to bo lively evonts.
Judgo Widomanu and Mr. Trwin
wont out on tho Australia with Col.
Sprocket, returning on tho pilot
A milch cow and a fiuo saddlo and
harness horso will bo sold by J. F.
Morgan on Saturday at Dowsett's
Three desortors from tho U. S. S.
Adams havo boon reported. Jas.
Moonoy, one of them, was captured
Mr. Goo. Ross, manager of Haka
lau plantation, wife and family, ar
rived in town by tho steamer Claud
ine this tnorning.
GIFT TO OOI.. -SPItEOKELS.
Mr. Lovoy has a consignment of
Japaneso crepe at his salesrooms,
tho price of which is an agreoablo
surprise to the ladies.
Tho Pohukaina Girls' school held
its annual examination and closing
exorcises to-day. The work of the
girls was very creditable to tho staff.
Tho drummer of the P. G. band
loft on the S. S. Australia to-day.
Tho climate was commencing to got
too warm and ho thought he'd get
out in time.
The great sale at the Arlington on
Hotel street will be continued this
evening at 7 o'clock. As all tho
goods must bo sold, great bargains
can be obtained.
Tuesday, July 18.
Btmr Hawaii from Hamakua
Schr Halcukala from Kauai
yEDNESDAY, July 19.
Btmr Claudine from Hawaii
Wednesday, July 19.
B S Australia, Houdlctto, for San Fran
cisco at 1'2 noon
Stmr Pele for Makawcli at 3 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Claudine 10,090 bags sugar, 250
bat;s pauny, ua sneen, o; neau catuc,
23 bdls hides, 54 cs pineapple, so
12 bbls poi, 325 pkgs sund:
From Hawaii, per stmr Claudine, July 19
Mr lleiss, A Abrens, G K Wilder, J
Cooke, wife and 2 children, Geo Boss, wife,
child and maid, B Saddler and wife, J A
Scott and wife, Mrs J Nawahi, Miss H K.
Kanahelo, Father Cbas Puzot, Miss Minnie
Ahrens, Master C Hapai. Miss Carrie
Dunn, Miss H Dunn, Miss M Powers, Miss
A Winter, Mis J Benton, J B Benton, Miss
H Hoppin, Mrs E P Low, Judge A N Kc
poikal and wife, A Enos, and 52 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Waialealo. Jnlv 18
D Dayton, Jr, Mr Barton.
For Maui, per stmr Likoliko, July 18 A
Giles, H Giles, L A Sykes, Miss Atkinson,
J L Carter, and 30 deck.
' For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, July 18
E S Damon, V Burlowitz, Mrs S O Bertel
mann and children, B Biudt, A Toy.
For San Francisco, per 8 8 Australia,
July 19 Alex Atherton. Miss Bachelor, E
B Barthrop, F V Baldwin, F Boisselier,
Miss Braunschweiger, Mr Braunschweigor,
Miss Broughton, V W Bruner. Thos J
Burke and wife, H O Carter, It Beverly
Cole, C M Cooke, O M Cooke, jr, Miss Ma)'
Damon, T B Delaney, G w Dornin and
wife, W D Giffard, Bcv J Goddard, Bobert
Halstead and wife, Miss Bernico Halstead,
Mrs A Herbert, Miss Herbert, V I. Hop-
Jer, Prof Hosmer and wife, A F Judd, Jr.
as Judd, Max Kauffiuann, B C Kenyon, J
H Lovejoy, Dr Lundy, C Maertons, J Maer
tens, Isaac Mooro, Mrs E K. Moore, J Ba
dln, E B Bcdmayne, C W Rope, Mrs
Bayers, J A Scott and wife, Prof M M Scott,
Mrs L W Smitten, OB Spalding, Clans
Bpreckols, wife and 3 servants, Miss
Spreckols, G G Tiemann, A W Van Val
kenberg, Mrs Wall, Prof Woods, H M Yer
ington, wifo and son.
The Post Office despatched 8959
letters and 2280 papers by the O. &
O. S. S. Oceanic yesterday, and 2910
letters and 709 papers by the O. S.
S. Australia to-day.
Nick Barrowick, the pugilist, left
on the S. S. Australia to-day. Ho
does not show a mark from last
night's encounter, while his oppo
nent is laid up for repairs.
To-morrow (Thursday), at' 10
o'clock, Jas. F. Morgan will hold a
sale of dry goods, groceries, furni
ture, and liquors; and at same time,
a quantity of books will be disposed
Ailueue, chargod with the larceny
of a gold watch, tho property of
George Kamaka, on July 13, near
St. Louis College, was committed to
the Circuit. Court for trial by Judgo
Carter this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Spreckols, and
daughter, fairly bedecked with leis
and flowers were takeu in a group
on the upper deck by J. J. Williams,
photographer, shortly before the S.
S. Australia departed.
Ah You, who was captured near
the Chinese wash house with three
tins of Hongkong opium in a bas
ket, pleaded guilty in tho Police
Court this morning and was fined
$50. John got off pretty light.
Professor Max. Kauffmann was a
passenger by tho Australia to-day
uouna nome via Uhieago, tauing in
tho World's Fair. Mr. Kauffmann
stayed at Sans Souci during tho past
three months and gave many onjoy-
The steamer Claudine, which arrived
from Hawaii this morning, brought 10,000
bags of sugar.
The steamship Pele took a cargo of coal
for tho Makaweli Plantation. She will en
deavor to return when no Oriental steamer
is due.elso she will bo mistaken again for
an ocean linor.
GRAND BENEFIT OONOEBT
Somo of Hia Follow " Doomed Mon n
Present Him With a Cano.
Long boforo 11 o'clock this morn
ing peoplo wore seen in crowds head
ing for tho Ocoanio dock, and by
noon tho wharf was perfectly crowd
ed. Tho S. S. Australia decks wore
no loss pnekod, and many of thoso
thoro to soo frionds off had to push
to got anyway near them. Tho chief
attraction on tho steamer was Claus
Spreckols, tho Sugar King, who with
his wifo ami daugbtor woro leaving
for tho Coast. Horo and thoro tho
query would bo audible, "Whoro's
Spreckols?" Ho was in tho comfort
able quarters of Captain Houdlotto
and was snowed undor with wreaths
and flowers, ombloms of Hawaiian
aloha to departing guests.
At 11:30 o'clock Charles Croighton
entered tho saloon and with a fow
romarks prosontod Mr. Spreckols
with a gold-headed cane, bearing
tho following inscription:
Avol Clans! Morlturl to Salutaons.
from your follow citizens
doomed nlso to die
At the hands of tho Murder Society
of tho Annexation Club.
"Threatened mon live long."
Lebon Bio hundort Jahro
und nlemals sterben.
Here follow tho names taken
from tho list published in San Fran
cisco papers, of persons doomed to
bo killed by mombers of tho Annexa
tion Club ''at tho first sign of trou
ble," but all thoso named woro not
in tho secrot of tho cano.l
Mr. Spreckols graciously thanked
tho donors for this expression of
their regard, and ho hoped that in
stead of decorating their gravos,
they would decorate his, but which
ever way it happeued, thoro would
always boa Spreckols remaining. He
thought, however, that it would bo
more probably his grave. But boforo
he'foll by tho hands of tho assassins
ho felt suro that ho would see right
and justice done to tho Hawaiians.
His remarks woro applauded.
Mr. J. E. Bush then received Mr.
Spreckols' attention. Mr. Bush road
tho following eulogy from tho Ha
waiian Patriotic League:
It is with pleasure I havo accepted
to act as spokesman for tho Execu
tive Committeo of the "Hawaiian
Patriotic League," who, to-day, with
its branch associations throughout
the kingdom, represent 99 porcent
of the Hawaiian peoplo, and on their
behalf to offer to you their heartfelt
appreciation of your conduct to
wards them ever since you first
visited these islands, and more es
pecially your present visit, in tho
bold and fearless stand which you
have taken in opposing tho high
handed measures to rob thorn of
their birthright as human beings,
to leavo them without a voico iu tho
affairs of their own country and in
tho disposition of its autonomy as
an independent State.
In our intercourse with you. as a
merchant, a planter, and a capital
ist, tho Hawaiians have yet to find
your peer for just dealing, for enter
prise and energy, and for liberality.
No master over employed thorn as
Claus Spreckols. No man has boon
known to justly complain of his
treatment, or of his wage, either at
the desk or countor, iu tho fiold as
a common laboror, a dock-hand, or
afloat as a sailor, who has had tho
good fortune to find employment or
has been otherwise ougaged with
you. Many in this community can
l stand up to-day, and point to 3ou
, as the initiator of their present pros
perity and success iu life.
In tho development of tho sugar
; industry iu this country, under tho
impetus which it received from tho
Reciprocity Treaty, you landed horo
, with your own capital and with a
dash and vigor stimulated it. For
In your contention against tho un
jus't "uaurtWtions of their, rights-by.
othors, tho Hnwaiiaif peoplo feel
thankful that your powerful influ
ence has beou exorcised and will bo
continued in their favor nfter. you
havo gone away from us. It is not
our intention, nor can wo feel wo
havo flattered you by anything wo
havo spoken in your favor. Wo nro
simply uttoring truths whilo wo nro
gladly giving oppression to our
sympathies for you for tho abuso
which you havo unjustly incurred in
your efforts to oppose those whom
your principles and souse of justico
condemn, anti to give language to
our grntitudo foryonr kindness to
wards tho Hawaiian peoplo in all
your intorcourso with them, uithur
as a friend, a landlord or as an oin-plo3-or.
Our utterances to-day with
regard to 3011, if praise thoro bo in
it, speaking Irom my own observa
tions in your city, aro but tho echoes
which 1 ouco hoard spoken of you
in comparison with other rich men
in tho Stato of California, on tho
ocensiou of tho shooting of tho mil
lionaire Mnckay, a man who was
himsolf fairly well-liked. It was:
"That of all tho rich men of Califor
nia, Claus Spreckols was about as
well-liked as any in tho Stato, and
thnt, as proof of this fooling, ho was
uover Known to nave to travel auout
with either detectives or pugilists to
protect him against his enomios."
In saying this of a wealthy person,
in thoso days of lust and lawless
ness, it spoaks volumes iu his favor,
especially as capital is raroly credited
to bo just to its partner-labor.
With these few faint expressions
of the Hawaiian people's gratitude
towards yourself for tho friondty in
terest you havo over and still take in
And Catarrh in tho Head
For This Week Only.!,
Mr. W. I,. Titc7:cr
" Ifcclth.it it is Impossible for mo to say too
much in f.wor of Hood's Sarsnimiilla. I was
a great sulTcrcr from hniniro blood ami Catarrh
in my head. Job's comforters failed to comfort
mo, and I sutTorcd from numerous bolU
Acony Doyond Description.
When I began to take Hood's Sarsaparllla X had
six of tlicm, only four of u Mcli camo to a head,
and slnco then, thanks to this good medicine, I
havo been free from till? great affliction. I
f ;alncd 11 poumh In tinea weeks. Tho Catarrh
n my head which In troubled me for years has
also been cured by Hood's Sarsunarifla and I
5SO Port Street, Honolulu..
Kid Grlo-v-es I
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS !
S Parilta HjU F6S
ran enjoylns cood general health. I earnestly
commend uooirs .-nriaiui ma io nil wio aro
allllcteil." W. L.
Hnnrvn Dii i a emn nil T.lier ills. Ttlllnlll.
their welfare, lot 1110 close with Wish- ncs Jaundice. Indigestion, Sick Headache.
ing you and your family "aloha nur
able parties out there. The profos- , ti,0 first timo an Amorican with
sor is very wealthy, liberal and gon-
orous to a iault
American capital landed upon our
ohores and began business, and up
I to tho present day you are still the
i"only man who cau truthfulby claim
the honor of over having brought
with him Amorican capital to invest
' iu business in Hawaii.
Your advent in tho community
Two Japs had a narrow escape
from serious injury this afternoon.
Thoy woro driving along Nuuanu
street in a wagon when tho horso
boltod and ran up on tho sidowalk
win.- 4-1. l?n!Hn Cnlnn. ln Tnn
fell between the wheels, whilo the I was viewed with fear and onvy among
......' ... nnr ncnrftra nurl ctifiil.li Irn midlines
other was gently slid off on to tho i "
ground. Tho animal was caught
and "bon voyage, and tho prayer
that wo shall moot again hero under
different auspices than at present
Mr. Spreckols gavo tho speaker
and tho wholo nation his assurance
that ho would work for them with
all his might and main. When ho
arrived on Hawaiian soil iu July,
1876, ho found a peaceful and intel
ligent race. Then ho could walk tho
cit3' without fear of assassination,
but what could bo seen to-day? Ho
had always had admiration for tho
Hawaiians since ho arrived hero
seventeen years ago. Not only old
Spreckols will sue that justico is
done the Hawaiians, but his wholo
family, and tho uatives can depend
on that. Ho had met the annexa
tion club members and told them to
put thoir threats into effect, but
thoy had not done so. Mrs. Spreckols
had also done tho same. Mr. bpreck
ols was going straight to Washing
ton to soo President Clovolaud per
sonally, and to disclose the robbery
scheme of tho present government
Mr. Bush proposed throo choors
which woro given with a will. Cham
paprno was quaffed to tho health of
Mr. Spreckols and family.
Shortly boforo tho sleatnor moved
away Mr. Spreckols addressed tho
natives, his remarks being iuteprot
od by Mr. Bush. Tho gist of tho
address was to tho effect that Mr.
Spreckols and his family were for tho
Hawaiians and their cause. Three
hearty cheers greeted his remarks.
Whilo Mr. Spreckols was speaking
a fow "kids" hoaded by Prof. J. Q.
Wood, of Oahu College, gave tho
college yell, and later Prof. Hosmer,
principal of tho college, called for
throe cheers for tho Provisional Gov
ernment. Wbilo tho bandboys
wero singing "Aloha Oe," a few by
standers and tho collegians respond
ed, aud from tho rear thoro camo a
volley of "Rats! Rats!" which drown
ed tho cheer.
As tho Australia was moving off
and tho Hawaiian National Band
was playing Hawaii Pouoi, Miss
1 Spreckols waved a silk Hawaiian Hag
i prosontod to nor by frionds It was
, ono of tho largest crowds over
gathored on tho Oceanic wharf. Tho
Hawaiian National Band played
various national aud sentimental airs
boforo tho steamer moved out.
HOJUtOX, NKWMAX t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Undressed Motiecinotuiro Kid Gloves, tan shuctes, all sizes
for 65 Cents a nnir.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, every pair war
ranted for $1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Monsqnetaire 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.
"While Kid Gloves, 5 and 6
Gloves for 1.60 a pair.
buttons, our regular $2
1&F These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -o
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
B- IF1. EHLBRS &c CDO.
SOS 1c 511 FORT STKHJEJT.
Osurtoao. Wa,sh FaJorios !
A handsome Cotton Kubriu; New Stylus tliN hcas-onj the clients are fnc-aimileH of China
Bilks; to seo thorn means to appreciate thorn.
Silk finish just out; real Krenuh designs are the llne-t and the craze of the season.
Cashmere Su.olixn.es SO Cents "STarci !
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"Wliite Lavma and XDixnity !
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked in great variety.
EST" Dressmaking Dnder U10 Management of MRS. RENNER. &3
I September 2d
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
1st RACE-QUEEN'S OUl I'ursc fit).
UnnnitiK Uiicc. J-MiloDash for Ha
waiian llrcd Hor.us.
2d RACE-MATCH RACE.
1 Mile Dash between
and "Lord ltrock."
3ii RACE PRESIDENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY CLUJ1 CUP.
Trotting and Pacing. Milo Heats; best
'I in .) to harness, tree for all
4rn ItACE-KAI.AICAUA CUP.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OE
Running Race. Mile
waiiau llrcd Hor-es.
Dash for Ha-
5tii RACE KAPIOLANI PARK
Pacing. Milo Heat; 3
Orn RACE -CO.
. . Bedroom Suits, KllSiJiilEtc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
near Berotania street.
For the Widow of tho Late Deputy
Tho concert to bo given undor tho
management of W. J3. Ash, for tho
benefit of Mrs. L. H. Stolz. at tho
Opera Hon so on next Saturday even
ing, July 22d, promises to bo a groat
affair that no ono can afford to miss,
as tho following program will show.
It being for a good cause, ovoryono
should do his part to mako it a grand
success, Tickets can bo procured at
tho drug stores, book stores aud
other places of business. Kosorvo
your seats early. Plan now opon at
L. J. Lovoy's.
1. Overture Enchantment. . Herman
2. "Bay, How Much Does the Baby
Weigh?" ....Delia Ash Uyearaold)
4. Kuxophouo Solo Carnival of Venice
6, Solo on Olabsonbone Marguerlto
Mrs.W. 11. Ash
0. Banjo and Song Selected
Mr. Geo. Ritinnn
7, Carlettn Wultz Mllllchur
8, Irish Biienlaltles. . V. II, Ash
10. Mandolin Holo Mr. Onlwuy
11, Medley Popular Airs Colt
To conolmla with a Comlu Mimical Act, In
troducing 1U Instruments, by Mr.
uuTl Mm, W. II, Ash.
A Japaneso undor the influenco of
"soy" called at tho Deputy Marshal's
office this afternoon aud wanted to j
get out a warrant for the arrest of
a follow countryman for assaulting
him. As the Deputy Marshal could
not mako "head or tail" out of what
ho was saying, tho Jap was run into
the cooler. Ho had ovor $30 in his
pocket besides a gold watch. I
Someone tampered with Mr. Cecil '
Brown's post oltico box within the ,
past fow days, Mr. Browu on try
ing to insert his box key this after
noon found it would not go in.
With tho aid of a scrow-drivor tho
lock was unfastened, and part of a
broken key was found in tho lock. '
Tost Office dorks sa3r this is not tho
only case whoro post-offico boxes
havo boon tampered with.
Now Depnrturo in Shirts.
Having made arraugomonts with
an oxtonsivo shirt manufacturing
company in San Francisco, M. Gold
borg is now prepared to snow a largo
and woll assorted lino of samples in
Whito Shirts, both for full dross and
ordinary wear; also iu fine Madras
Cloths, Percales, Flannels, aud fiuo
French Piques. A call will convince
you that it will pay to have your
shirts made to order at popular
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea, Soon
after my wifo'H sister, who lives with
us, was taken iu the same way. Wo
used alniunt everything without
benefit. Thou 1 said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhioa Humi'dy, which wo did,
and that cured us right away. J
think much of it, as it did for mu
what it wiih recommended to do.
John llertzlor, ISuthol, lierltH Co.,
usurers and snau-liko business
mon. Wuon aceoiitini? vour lioeral
offers and largo advaucos in money,
which saved many who aro wealthy
to-day who would havo boon bank
rupts they feared and detested you
in thoir hearts. Notwithstanding
your fairness and liberal dealing to-' having a pleasant
wards tho majority of pluutors and I cou verso.
pawnbrokers hero, thoy have aimed I
from first to last to oppose and ruin ,
you. This treatment, however, is
characteristic of tho principle of for
eigners who aim to rule in this coun
try, tho most of whom had acquired
the littlo thoy possessed by usurj' '
aud chicanory. Thoso men came, j
not as you did with yt;ur own capi-
tal, but mostly with absolutol' j
nothing, save consummate cheek,
and by preaching and double deal-
SSoT'i'- fiftJsrMS Japanese Fancy toils Sto
bound to Denver, after a pleasant l
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothel Street
HEM, TELEPHONE BM
MUTUAL TELEPHONE W5.
tour of tho Hawaiian Islands, hav
ing made Sans Souci thoir hoad
quartors for the past two months.
Mr. Burko is a wealthy and promi
nent politician in his section aud
duriug tho forenoon called with
Mrs. Burko upon Queen Liliuokalaui,
Tho Burkes may certainly bo
counted amongst the most genial
people that over visited tho Hawai
ian Islands, and their nov-mndo
friends wish them a cordial farewell,
hoping that thoy may live long aud
Hawaiian Vocalists at tho Fair.
Mr. T. II. Hobron, as agent of tho
Kilauea Volcano Cyelorama. has con
ing thoy managed to secure from tho , eluded arraugemonts with four Ha
Hawaiian chiefs and over-trusty peo-, waiian vocalists to go to tho World's
pie all thoy bogau with in lilo. i-air and give onieriammoutH in con
Subioribe for the Daily JMHin, CO
wn' ftr month f
Thoy woro mostly either preachers
or sailors, who aro now posing as
Amoricau capitalists and as lords of
tho soil, claiming tho right to rule
aud to dispose of tho country, and
whoso adherents and hirelings to
day aro ruthlessly trampling upon
the people's rights and who dare to
tlireatou to deport, to assassinate
and to violate all sense of honor and
principles of justice. Thoso nro the
class of people whom you have as
sisted more than ouco with your
capital, aud these aro the very mon
who threaten, and, if thoy dared,
would tako your life, and whoso
bitterness load them to placard your
residence with thoir throats.
But, sir, thoy aro not tho only
people in this country. Tho Hawai
ian people whom wo represent, and
a largo number, nay, a majority of
tradesmen and worltingmou who
havo lived hero mid have a just iuto
rost iu this country, abhor and cou
duiiin tho hypocrisy or those pro
temleis aud their .Malia-liko inten
tions, Thoy bympathizo with you,
and thoy uppiociiito all you havo
done for t hum in tho past, and thoy
Pa. 23 and 51) cent bottles for Hide , fool deeply indebted to you for tho
by all dealers. Bouson. Smith fc . friendly attitude which you havo
Co., agents for thu lluwaliau Islandu. I titkou in thoir behalf,
uoction with tno cyeiorama. j no
following aro tho names of tho sing
ers: A. O. K, East Kahulti, .1 oh ji
Edwards, John M. Bright and IS.
Junes. Thoy rcceivo S.'iO in advance,
witii thu expenses of tho trip to and
from Chicago paid, Thoir board aud
lodging bills will havo to bo paid
out of thoir wages of $50 a month
for three mouths.
Mas. .T. P. P. Coi.mco hej's to announce
that slit; will open thu above titore
On MONDAY, July 17th,
Hotel Street, .
Next door to tho Palace lee Cream Parlors
OITKIt I'OIt bai.b
lied Covers, Handkerchiefs, Shawls,
KcarN, Sashc-i, Cushions,
Doilies and buicunx, Kimonos,
t Kuiiey bill; aud Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Haudpainted and Embroidered;
Parasols, Photo Frames, Card Canes,
Carved Wood aud Bamboo Krrcciio,
This Space is Reserved
:mi. s. iLJErv"2
For a cut, bruiso, burn or scald,
thoro is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's l'aiu lialm. It heals tho parts
iiioro quickly than any other appli
cation, and iiuluss tho injury is very
sovoro, no t-cnr is loft. For sale by
all dealers, ISousoii, Smith & Co',
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
AN AlUOUUXED AN'NU.Vb MKET
llll! Ol the IUU 1 1 N BAtU'.IUI.I. Ahll-
iiation will he held KitlDAV, .IiilvJIM,
at I'Jtlioo'iilork r, M., at Konut U, Campbell
Itloelc. J. II. 1'IHIIEII.
FOE S-A-HiE I
Ripe Grapos 10 Pounds for $1.
MT Apply UOIIT. USI1MAN.
Doll Tiduphone No. :I17. 77(1-1 w
125 Wooden Benches
75 Oeiata Qaoh,
Uhcd tit thu Fourth of July lliirheeue.
'JH'l or 1 iu,
Royal Insurance Company
. VM. T. MUNSAUHAT, V. S., Intv
liii: returuiMl to town, cunt ho found
daily auhu iniirmary, uiuu fJireut. Tela
4IU1I l"H .UMVHHI J.
lltOM AND APTEU Tlilri DATE, NO
J1 I'lilglil will he ii'i'iiivttd by tho Calut
Jtullnuy it Lund Co, lor nhlpiiuuit uiilens
UAIll! 1IAIIAVAY A LAND CO.
II. 1 Dii i.i.v.imm, Uiincnil Manager.
Honolulu, .liny 10, Iru.l. 77'Mw
milK WKMilA UlM.LKriN M COI-
A. ummiiil liuutualliii; Jluadliiit Mu'.tor,
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the "World."
: : 842,432,174.00
77(4-1 w I Ulnniln.Hl iiihIM in fcirtilKn Miiiiilrl I 7 Win
Klrc rUkH on all Idud of liuiirniico Property taken at Current ItUks by
J Ai-tliitf Agent fur the UuwulUn NUmL