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WHAT'D IN TO-DAY'8 PAPER
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Odd i Imp in llitinl.
Mormon Mlnlonnr es.
IaiciiI nu Mcneml Item.
1'rovisioiml I 0$liultirr.
Good Work at Honolulu.
Kxhlhltiou of I'nltuliii.
Died at Hen.
11 lunii.tli Niitiomil lliiinl.
l.oe Atiierlcnli l!lln.
Wants Slrnlht N'ew-..
KI.-VHith of .lime.
A lt.mlnc 8iU'cec.
A Home t'leturc.
I In- Toady.
Mum Showing nf Iliiwull.
Uhf -lUihi Li 11 U c tin,
I'Uiluni to wither SrCt mtf I'artv,
Hut EUiMihn fur the Hfnellt "I All
Tlll'llSDAY, MAY 1(1. I mi
The Constitutional Convention
will meet on May !10, America's Me
morial Day, the day on which grave
There is reported by the Philadel
phia Ledger an almost unprecedent
ed demand for laborers throughout
the farming regions of Peniisylva- ;
uia. Coxoy'o army ought ti invade i
"At tho last election in Ivaven I
worth, Knu , 'J.oOO women were regis. I
lered as voters and only (MX) of them
nted " This Into news item may be
food for thought to the woman suf j
fragist agitators of the Advertiser
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San- Fium'imo. M,i) .'!
. IVr n s. Mimowiil.
Chinee are registering generally
1 here has Peon a decrease of mmr
I ! percent in tin, rev-ei biriiie
Oie pie.-ent liscnl yenr.
Wild excitement prevails through
cut Ni'ii Mexico over the gold din
coverios in Hell Canon.
Reports from six principal winter
wheat growing States show pro
peels for an excellent crop.
Al one time there were some
lepers in Louisiana, but thev have
hlmoM entirely disappeared.
The latest htorm is said to have
licnelitcd crops in Michigan mop
than it harmed them.
Susan IS, Anthony is announced lo
lu'ike IT.'i speeches in Kausa on (he
right of women to voto.
Thirty Yale students hnve taken
to the woods to avoid proi-ccutioii
for attendance at n prie light
Smokeless coal will be used by the
vesseU of the Hdiriug Sa patrol
fleet on tlieir summer cruise.
A Brooklyn child's death is said
lo have been caused by impure viru
iiM'd in vnci iuntiou.
Th Irani p have offered to build
new warhip for ICiiglaud
D. (i Camaruiif, fruit dealer anil
n-M an rant and saloon keeper, Sail
Frniici-co, is being hunted by angrv
creditors Ii is said he is staying al
a hotel at Smsalito. There is a suii
peudiug against him brought by A
J. Cnmpbfll of Honolulu, for viiilat
ing an agreement to buy no banana
Iroin any other linn on the Ulainli
but Campbell, Marshall A: Co.
Campbell paid Caiuariuos 7."i) ii.
1SMI for all tho interests of the firm,
with this agreement, and now mi
to recover that amount.
Mrs. Roo Dawes was robbed of
S.'idO in a Kent ny street car in San
Francisco. The robbers were cap
lured after a wnrm chase bv nlllcer
and others. She had come from
Tacoina to nee about buviug som
"goods" oirered her by letter, which
proved to be counterfeit greenback
The dealer arranged the rohhorv
after she had refused to huv.
The cruiser Heiiniiiglou has ar
rived at Mare Island from tie I'-uio-peati
Triixlon IJeale, ex Miuiaierto Per
sin, and Harriet ISIaiue, ilaughier o
the late Secretary of Stale, have
Thomas Tracy, who nerved undei
Farragut and vvas thanked In Cm
gress for conspictiotin braverv at tin
battle of Mobile May, died at Loib.
Cal., on May 1 fromthe breaking of
a varicoMi vein in his leg The
malady was originally canned by a
wound received while a lieutenant
and executive ollicer on the Farra
gut in Irttl.
Preachers in Keutuckv are pro-
testing ngaiiiht the reiiomiuatioii of
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Serious rioting has ccurred at
Cleveland, Ohio A mob of 20MI
started to raid the factories and
drive out thu men who were work
ing. Another mob of i'i(K) started
the same game olxevvhero in the city.
Roth bauds were suppressed by the
police and 500 men were put under
arms the night of Mn.v i to await
Secretary Hnrbert is about to visit
Third ollicer ftyfkogol of the
wrecked steamer Lo Angeles has
been charged with manslaughter bv
the coroner's jury. It is said the
dead were robbed right and left al
the scene of the disaster.
rniif.vTS or ASSASSINS
Representative Hyiiiim received a
letter from a Chicago man who signs
himself Charles Nugent. The wrilei
nays that he was formerly one of
Mr. liyiiuinh constituents, ami he
oaten inn leuor siuiuy "esi .vinui-
t .1 1 1 1 . i.iif . it
sou street, April
He tells Mr. iiyiiuiu that lie had
bvttwr lull U rover Cleveland and
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Shorinnu to kcop otT th strwt while. (
I tlm Cooy Commonweal is in Wash-'
injjtoii. "I hi) Cluvap) contingent
of the army," lit' continues, "is coin
ing supplied with ilytiamitu for all
i such plutocrats."
Mr. i$uum does not know whether
to bo alarmed or treat tho matter at
I a joke. If Mr. Nugent is coming
i with anj Midi intention os involve
I the throwing of dynamite, or even
1 has any concealed "about liix person,
j ho is likely to he spotted and inci-
, dentally locked up. The district
police and the Government author-
j ities are taking no chanceo, and thev
calculate that a good many sucfi
I cranks as Mr. Nugent seems to lie
, ire sure to follow the army. The
City Directory of Chicago gives the
names of but two Charles Nugents
and neither man lives in the West
: rut: slow coven covoio-sm.
The following summary of pro
, ceediugs in Congress is from the
San Francisco Hiilletiii:
"The debate in the Senate over
the tariff sections continues with
slow progres. The Republicans be
lieve they can keep oil action on the
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j inn mr some nine, ami mo uemo
crats are planning some means by
I which work can be hurried without
I crushing the 'traditions' of the Sen-
tie in t he matter of law-making. It
is not i-keiy that auv plan of con
tinued hostility will be carried far
ther than to secure thorough discus
sion of the proposed changes in the
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tra time for considering the bill will
facilitate matters. There will not
, iinmi diii. onii inu iicviniiiu oi ex
be man v more .set speeches, for the
Deuuier.-iis do mil nr..i..w.. i n..H,..
ti to auv extent in t lint wnv. The ',r ' ,'' ' swung to and fro so
Itepublienlis hope the Democratic violently that it knocked down ad
schism, led by Hill, may beenlarged. j"i''ig walls, though it remained
ami me uemocra sare workiui? innl
to keep tlieir forces intact
The IIuimo is making
with the Appropriation bill
Diplomatic and Consular bill was
eompleted last week. A special or-
i.cr mm lie iiecesar lo secure III
passage of the regular Appropri
ation bill, if factious opposition is
Hindu. The Armv bill was passed
.Mondnv. understood that Legitime will le
"Hotii Mmises adjourned yester- elected presided at the next elec
I day, owing lo Hie death of Senator lion.
Slockbridgc of Michigan." iiiiazil.
In a report of a xpeeeli by Senator President Peixoto's forces hnve
Mnle the following appears:
Hale rend an interview with Hrice.
in which he said compromise mea
sures would be agreed upon and
presented as nu amendment to the
pending bill, and the income tax,
tvith eeitaiiMiiodilicntions, would be
retained. No man engaged in mnk
nig up the new proposition ha.s ieen
III lodenv it. Did auv one doubt
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! lll' ,,,'KT SCHimIIIIm has Ihmui llXed Up
lo iul the rellimrs mid sugar pro
iii'i'ii vmo'min.i, or uini .eo
rnkn would be ground between the
upper and net her millstoues? Did
the .Senator from Toniiofsoo know
the fock of I ho Sugar Trust had
risen from N. to 10.1 as a rciili of
the pniposed comproinisef Did the
eiiator doubl the metal schedule
was to be lorn and distorted so that
he would never recogme He
mild say. in spite of whatever de
uials had been made, tho whole bill
vns lo be reconstructed and tho
Senators who early and laic made
known their antipathy to it were to
lie propitiated in order to gain
The Royal Labor Commixsiou of
IS rent Hritaiu has agreed upon n re
port compiled bv the Duke of
Devonshire. It favors giving a pub
lic department the power lo appoint
an arbitrator in labor disputes
heir rpeasers was I no hoi
The trial of the directors of the
Hancn Kouiauo has begun in Home.
It involves not only olllcers of the
hank, Imt uianv proiuiiient politi-11111-
The iSermau ship (,'leopatra was
hiirueil at sea. After being aban
doned Me- blew up from an explo
sion .f Mlca-.e-.of dyiiaiuite. Twenty
live of 1 lie ciew including the cap
am were picked up in a small iliiiL'v
ii.v the Iluii-h teatuer Nessmore.
King (c.'ir nf Sweden presented
t. .. ltunter l'lioinas with a life
si.e pmi rail of hiiuelf in colors at
a farewell audience. It in regarded
as an iiuiiMinl honor. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas dined with the king at the
Lord ochory iu a speech at
Manchester expressed the opinion
1 hat 1 he Liberal parlv would soon
arry the opinion of" the IJuglihh
jieopln m favor of home rule. Speak
ing of parliamentarv obstruction he
Oelieved the time was not far div
ant when the people would protest
against this abuse and demand a
strict account of all transactions by
A bill to curtail church patroimgc
has passed second reading in (lie
House of Commons. It was opposed
bv thi Itadicnls, who believed it was '
aiding inotcad of prevent ing scandal.
I (Vin . ,
i turn loan
Uermany will souu issuea..T's.ooii,-
ISismarck is reported to bo iu
more robust health than he has
lietm iu a long time
The proposed duty on tobacco
was rejected bv the 'commilteu of
the tierinau Itelchatag.
An alleged illegitimate sou of the
C.ar wiii renieiiced to prison at
Dresden for swindling
A tremendous hailstorm did great
damage to fruit crops in Southern
France a few days ngo.
The Hritish revenue for the finan
cial year just closed shows a net 111-
crease of over X'7(KMMKI,
ICmporor William is making
1 chnt.ges 111 the army. Many old out
1 ceis have been replaced by younger
A inol ion lo cut olT the annuity
of the Duke of I'Miiiburgh wasde
1 feated iu the British Homo of Com
' The Duke of Cnuihridce, Com
uiaiider-iu Chief of the Hritish army,
attain- il his seventy-llfih birthday
a few days ago,
Kmperor William lias issued n re- j
script prohibiting ollicurv of thu
Mm Dav pas-ed vvitlmut seiious ' ""''I ,,f rfir '" Thurston, (Jovernor
distufhoice iu the capitals of the "f llu' '"''i' tl'inds and the Uritish
continent. A molt dispersed a 110011 ('oniiiiissioner for the Western Pad
meeting of anarchists iu Hvde Park, fi,': " ' '"' prtwuice ami couiimiIs of
Loudon, chasing the "rcifs" out of "lu" "' rt,u'1' a'nlity would, iu my
he croiiinls. hecause the talk of Mi"i dler a happ.v solution to
heir .ii..iiU.tm ivn. l.w. Ii.il the present (lltlicilll icS."
German Army nml X
thiir nt rnco courses.
The Dutch Mluistrv has resigned.
owing to tho defeat of tho Govern
ment al tho recent elections.
Nine Anarchists were soutenced at
Barcelona Monday, live to death and
four to life imprisonment.
The IW eminent of Groat Britain
says the statement that the Indian
mints are to be reopened is untrue.
Don Carlos do tlorbon, tho pre
tender to the throne of Spain, was
married Sat unlay to Princess Marie
Iterthe do Itohau!
The Irish Ainuestj party auuoiiti
cos its iuieiitioii to r hi tho dynami
ter Daly, now in prison, as a caudi-
nate for l'ariiamcut
the bill for thu disestablishment I
of the Welch Church passed tho '
nrsi reaiiim in inu itruisii House oi
It is reported that Switzerland
has awarded &l(l.it), instead of
i!l,O0O.XN demanded in the Chile
and America claims.
Salvador is now in the throes of a
William Astor Chanter, tho Afri
can explorer, has arrived at Cairo.
Nicaragua is said to bo secretly
sending armed men Into tho Mos
A thousand men have been dis
charged from the Canadian Pacific
Railway owing to slackness of busi
ness statement comes from Chalcis.
' Capital of Kiilxva, tho largest
nln' of the Kingdom of Greece,
"'"I during the recent earthquakes
theloflv eiietiau tower in the ecu-
siwihiui; iei' nun siisinmeii no
President Hippolyte of Hayti has
forgiven hN old enemy Legitime
and invited him to return lo Hnvti.
also has urged the Chamber to vote
a pension i Legitime as an ox-pro-sideut
of the black republic. Legi
time has been living in Jamaica
i "'"ce his overthrow in I8H5. It is
i cap.ured Parauagua.
, decree issued bv President
, Peixoto orders the payment of eus
' loins duties in gold.
The insurgents, including Da
(auia, on the Portuguese war-ships ,
I have escaped.
It is probable the rebellion in Bra
zil will be continued while DaOnuin
! is nb-eut in Kuropc.
tip: svmo.w yiT.vrios.
A Loudon despatch of April 2tt
' say: The movement looking to n
Itritish protectorate over the Saino
i nu Islands is no longer disguised.
To all appearances, a secret under
standing oxiMs between Great Bri
tain and Germauv. which includes
also the I'nilcd States A person iu
high authority here, questioned by
a reporter of the Associated Pros
, regarding the attitude of Kngland
and Germany on the attempt being
made by New Zealand to assume
'administration of Hie Samoaii
, Island', slated to day that the pro-'
leciorate movement upon the part
of Great Britain was progressing '
with the sanction of the United I
t States Government, which ia repre
' seuted as caring nothing ns lo who '
manages Samoa as long as the rights '
of the United Slates under the Her- '
liu lieaty are continued, Color is
given to ibis assertion by United'
Stales Ambassador Thomas E. Bay-!
aril, who iu an interview to dav
New South Wales object h lo Sa
moa beiiu: placed under New Zea-1
laud's care. ,
Permns who nympathie with the '
alHictcd will rejoice with I). E. Cnrr
of lji'l. Harrison street, Kansas City. '
He is an old suirerer from inllamnia
lory rheumatism, but has not here
tofore been troubled iu this climate.
La-I winter he wen up into W scon-'
sin and in cuns 1.0.1.., linn l.r.,1
sin. nun 111 (onseipieuce lias Had
ano her attack. "It came upon me I
again very acute and severe," he
said. "My joints swelled mid le
cnuie iullnuii-d; sure to touch or
almost to look a1. Upon the urgent
reipiest of my luolher-in-lavv I tried
Chamberlain s Pain lt.tlm to reduce
the swelling and ease the pain, and
to 1113 agreeable surprise, it did
both. I have used three fifty-cent
bottles mid bulieve it to be the finest
tiling for rheumatism, pains ami
swellings nxtniil. For sale by all
dealers. Ueiison, Smith A: Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
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I)n nut be fooled this,
voiir, the owners and
trait icis of line rttoek
rihonld have the very best
quality of feed for thuir
horses. The only place
for Mich is the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
ODD OIIAP IN HAND
From Oabin to Steerage and Thenca
William Everett Stone, a very
peculiar character, was arrested oh
the S. S. Monowai this morning, as
a stowaway, and i now one of tho
"dead head" lodgers t the Police
tslntfmi titfimi ia nliiilll t III pi v.fivu
years of age, and if his story is to lie
behoved, he has been a great man in
his time. In the first place he is
tho sou of a rich banker in Sydney,
N. S. V. He journeyed to America
and became a citien. After live
oars he was appointed American
Consul, where, he frilled to tell. 1Ti
resigned and became a cashier in a
hank. His last exoloit was in San
Francisco, where he was arrested on
a charge of embezzlement. He as
' sinned the role of a lunatic anil was
committed to the Stockton nsylum.
After being in confinement three
months he escaped and lived in the
suburbs. Ho became tired of this
. sort of life and visited his wife, who
lived in the city. He told her that
1 he was going back to Sydney, and
1 would attend to her transportation
! when he arrived home. Stone took
I passagn in the cabin of the S. S.
.Monowai, and amused his fellow
I passengers with musical selections
on the piatio and his wit Four days
after his embarkation the purser
asked him for his ticket. Mr. Stone
' answered that he had none, and re
quested that he be allowed hi pas
sage to Sydney, whore his father
lived. The latter would make the
deliciency good. Uaptaiu tnrei was
consulted and lie declined to take
him any farther than Honolulu, Al
the same time Stone was relegated
to a bunk in the steerage for the
remainder of the passage. Now he
complains of his treatment, tinting
t Itnt his liest clothes have h-en
spoiled and his countenance put oh"
-,(,l"r "' 'he steerage association
He called on Coiisiil-Gouornl Mills
Stone is quite a talkative fellow,
and is very dramatic iu his action-.
tt is believed, however, by I he
authorities, Hint he it a "little oil "
Fourteen Mormon missionaries
including two women, have arrived
here on their wnv lo various points
iu the Pari lie Three are doMiiicd
for New Zealand, four for Tasmania
and New South Wales, four for Sa
moa and three for Hawaii.
One of the missionaries savs there
never was a time when the Mormon
Church was more prosperous or
more active in securing converts.
During the past year it scut out UNI
missionaries to all part" of the world.
Fad i is voluntarily paving hi- own
expenses. Most of them are farmers.
S. F. MM. i
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Niiiiauu street. Lodging by
day, week or month Terms: -." and
Ml cents per night i 31 and fl.2.' per
Urt. A. SI. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparillo was
Equal to tho Emorconcy
ileurUv, Chain and rcver lMk
10 l'erfvrt Cure.
"Aftf r my baby w.ii liorn I pit Into rery lerl-
0OT P01 ,m,on' ' ,"" nB JTr . ' ' '..
raliullyl.iHoliiBliit.iiiillk !. WollvoSO
mue, from a pliysi. i.mmi.1 ill.! not imuvr what
loio, n,iniiyr,,, .,, jcif .
ous comllllon, liavlnut'lciirls)', clillU ami (over.
! I bruaii to take ltuo,S Sjrinpnrlll.i anil
when I wu using tho thlnl Ixittl 1 could ice
It Was Dolns Mo Good.
I contlnurcj Willi anoOirr buttle, mil reentered
n rapidly Hint now I nui in ;ol l.eullh. I
Hood's sst Gyres
cordially rrenmmeml It m a unud nicdlclna."
Mils. A. M. Al.l.KS, I'err), Wusliliintuu.
Hood's Pllla cute .ill l.lver IDs, llllluua.
n .IdiiiidltC, Indlc"'tliiii.Rlil( lleadaclia.
llnllUUN, NKW.MAN A O.,
A!ntH for lliiuiiiisn Isliinitk
The Publio's Favorites!
2 -Attractive Shows 2
Thursday Evening, Miy lOlli:
IIi'Iiim-o' Illy ('oillt' Iv r-u.-ci'v
" May Blossom "
Saturday Mdtlnee iiml Evening:
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
no i'i Y8 hi;im:atI'.i -i
f50o., 7f)o &c $1.
tW .V.I value sj.tliiiit I,. J
flawnluii Sardwan Cp M -
Saturday, May-6, 18!).
The dark days we arc hav-
iiiojiist now are not pleasant
but if the clouds will let down
rain enough for the planta-
tions it will mean money for
the people. Last year the
drought knocked the proius of
the suijar planters oalley west;
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this year unless all siens fan
there will be moisture enough
t keep things going until the
tariff is put on sugar.
Hendry Breakers are going
.,.;., K b
to plantations by every steamer
d.i. 1 1 i i i ti t
the Hendry Mould Hoard
( is increasing in popularity be-
1 cause it leaves such a clean
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I turrow that it is ready for
j planting or irrigating as soon
as the plow goes over the
The demand for the P.msy
Iron Stove by people, of econo
; . . '. ' .
mical ideas is growing. We
' believe it to be the hest and
cheapest stove for the money
I to be found anywhere, a
, oood baker that will use little
j fuel is hard to gel for 515 but
j you can get it from us when
you buy a Pansy.
1 I lave you noticed how the '
I yr.iss is shooting tip with the
! assistance of the damp weather?
That means that you want a
lawn mower. We have the
conventional style that cuts
grass of ordinary length. We
have also the 1 Ugh Grass Cut
ters that are needed wherever
the grass has been neglected.
The advantage in havinir a
l-li.rh I .nice ( iitfjat ie n tin
"H" -"'-' v.. .0 ... in,.
fact thai it will cut short grass
.is well. For jrnrden use we
have a full stock of Sprinklitm
Pots from a gallon tip to the
live-gallon size. We japan
these, so that there is little dan
ger of their rusting. If you
are too tireil to run a sprink-
ling pot we can sell you the
best lawn sprinkler you ever
saw for $2 50 one that will
work easv and cover a. snace
I twenty feet in diameter.
! Can you think of any rea
i son why you should not have
t.i full set of decorated china
; when we are selling genuine
1 Haviland Ware in installments
of a half-dozen or even a sin
gle piece at a time? It i j'ust
as easy for )ou to buy this
.ware and be able to duplicate
any broken piece as it is to
buy other st) les of decorated
ware, sold only in full sets, and
when one piece is broken you
cannot get another.
Some people prefer to cook
oer an oil stove than one that
burns coal or wood We are
selling the Dietz Oi! Stove,
built just like any other, and
has an oven, broiler, sauce
pans, etc. People who art
now using them tell us the
.nle.cW.lo run am
cook just as well as a wood
stove. In a warm climate
where people do not require
to be "all 'het up" ten hours
in the day, we believe the oil
stove to be a yood thing
. o .
Uurs are very complete and
economical of oil.
There does not seem to be
any l:t up in the number oi
the people who want to oet a
i good strong fence for very lit
He money. I he demand on
us for thr Jones Locked Fence
is growing daily and we an
alvas ready to meet it. We
, have convinced a large iniin-
j her of people that eight cents
, for a stay and washers is
I cheaper than seventeen cents
,..i. r,. , ,.,.,.. l. 1 1
each lor pOStS e have Sold
I them stays, wire and washers
1 and allowed them to convince
I themselves that a fence made
on the Jones Locked principle
slr.in.iHcl rhur run 1.
When one man is sa-
1- I .1 11 e ii
lislied others rapidly lollow
v.nit I'liic !c 'in -I, re il iniif.
sun. ims is .111 age 01 iinit.t-
lion and a man dislikes to have
. . . , , , ,
his neiehbor iet the best of
him where a little money will
place him in the same rank.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I'd
Oppotllf Hiireimels' llliMib,
Ii()7 VOH'V 'VtKKr.
by Jne, F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
,M THURSDAY, Miiy 17,
vr " o'clock a. m
;?' u," ,,lH,.,,1';itB "' A- "?.. i:-j.,
cirnur of WIMer hvmiu nml Victoria
ft"1', ', ."l1.1 "'I l ,"if1 a,IUI '"' "ie
ttoiifrliolil Kurnlliire, coinprNlntf
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1 YesteHiiayer Piano,
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Hli'i'l hncrnvltiKs. icsit llocki-s unit
b. W, Marblctop Bedroom Set,
. w Wnrhrolit. I-w (,M (
Combined Bokce and Secretory,
H. W. Kxiciilon liltiliijt Tnlih-,
nnk Hiiii-nom-ii, iiiiiinK.rooincimis,
Decorated Dinner Service,
rrnokrry. llln-s nml Hllver Wiiru,
Meat sufc, iit-ciit-t.
A Collection of Fems & Plants
ko. kic. Kir.. kic.
fw. Vtn,iU , i,.H.u fc(r i,,,,.,!,,,, ,,
J) ,j""'y. r ''"' """ M.ma
Jaa. P'. Morgan,
. mmu aiutionkkii.
mr.!n-.b j i
-Maui Racing Association
4th of July Races.
j 1st Knee -"SL'KHCKKLSVl LLC"
ItllllllltIK It HIT. i Mill' Pn-ll
for nil llioviiliiiu ItrMil Mr
tor nil lluiviiliiiii llrfil Horn-,,
41 Itace -"WAIKAPU" I'L'U.SK,
Mil- H1.I1 l-rrr
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Ileitis, Ih-i 3 In .1 All lior-o-wltli u
rii'or.l of .'.'J.'i or Im-iht lo i;o ! I!eiii.
curt wi-IkIiIii): nut lrntliiiti llolh..
, Hh Kaee --KULA" PL'USK.&Mwmi
ItlltilllllK Univ. M Mile Dilrll, fur
I'otilt". II lniinl or miller, to curry
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LANI" CLI'. I'UIISK,
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IIiiiimIiii; Itiii-r. I Mil" ll.nli. l'r.-o fur
11 I lliiunilim IIiimI HorM'x In hv rlililru
Ie M IllU-rrjllf tin- AsMS'llltloll.
dlli Kacc-"TICOTTL( and PAC
ING HACK. I'L'KSIS,
$ I. V 1.1 HI.
1 Mile lli'.il- ln-.t '.' In .1 lo liiirni--.
I rrii 10 all liiir-u- wilt no Iiili-rn-corl
!lth Itace-" KAIILLUI
J i no i xi.
lliiii'ilui' li.n-c. I Mile litt-li,
for nil lluiv.illnii llroil llor-vs.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
SOMETHING NEW !
i n . nnrn iimiuinrm nn
' PAGlHC THAW GO,
, 87 King St. Mutual Tel. 662.
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iieiico direct to .iiiMiiiiti..n. no
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, nsM.m Mummer
TCD 9 .A.. "2L.
Doiun fur.ci ii... iimc t. rim; up
152 MUiUal Telephone -102.
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1 sprinklers, water Tups, kiiiuk s.ms an.i
"ImriKinliiKiill kin.U XtmU, Ineliiilinc I nrv-
' luK Knivef nu. fcelH..r .nvvu Mowers a
' fij ,ri !D fu'r 1 Si!
1 "fe.i. utu u
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-' Hi" nuiii't in lie- in 10 .1. 111
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ciiik-umi n. t No. imijueoii Hinct. m.-
"ollllll O.illll. Mill Vi 'o. will not lie
i..h.ii.ii,i i, Un ,1. in huIiik t. 11.
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ll'iiioluln, Miiv 'i, Ih'U lir.si hv
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W trulle.. Mo. k. U.l.,,l .lull 7 Imji ...
- ll.-r 1 1 III, .( Hie I'lonier llnili.iK iin.l
I.01111 , oeuuloii. Ai p.TM.i., me wiirnt.l
11K11111M iK'Koliniliii' the ul. iuro ,
l.fjf 31 j
liiery liinrlptum uJ.IUIt 77A'77,Vo
itont at tht Hullrtin 0nv,
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O.1I111 Railway & Larnl Co.
OFFEItS THE PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Hwouru Homo In One of the Mot
Delightful Loculitlua to b
t'ounil lu thu PnrudUe
of the Pacific.
A n luiillliy re-ort I'fnrl City hns
nlrr.'iity cs tnl)llfln'l mi rnvlnlilr-repuintloti.
Mirny pxhl t'ltlzfiia In thin coitiiiiunlty
lniriii-xH?rlotii'i'il tho nomlcrfill vitrei pro-Invi-tl
liy n low ilnys mi. .urn hi thni .Iry,
oim.I ntniojpliere, ami give uruloful testl
inony tu thu relief tliuy Inivo nlinoii In
stantly cuIihmI from ncvore ami Ioiik o.ii
tlnin-l nttaek-s of nMliiuu. I'li.vslelant
iKiini.ilcl wlili tho i-liinnti! of l nrl (.'Itj
lecoiiniieii.l II unit millliiil luiiltjrliliu.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE !
And cite In. hicri-nitJ to meet Ilia uea.ls of
n population rqmil to the lurKi'fl nlty hi
I'H'ir. A. II. I.yoiu of Onbti ColleR. It
our aiuhnrliy for itulliiK lliul the mr
npply Ii tin pnrcil )et dUcovure-l In tula
Special Inducements to Eaily Settles:
l-'or iilnuty .In), from ilnl.i e will toll
I.O I rt O.S .Sl'KU Al. TKItMti fovoralilti to
liomi.li. -ct 1 l.-ri. Kor a term of throo
iiiniillis from ilntu. huiilier nml all build
hilt mulurliili. nlll lie nuppllril, and dullvar
ed nt I'viirli'ity at miiuli lower price thmi
ever huforu obtained.
Kor further ptinl.'itliim. cull ut tliU ottlce
or 011 mi) of 1 he lumber dealorn in thli
'liy. I'Ii.im' wh-i now own IuImii wu'lm
tli. .-ii who priiOM to beconitt resdviilaof
thut uroulnf: cli), will do well to eiulirnoe
llili. oppiirtnuliy. I Iiomi who uvnil tli.inj.
elves of thU oler, wilhlu the ilniu nninud,
will Is- emitted to, nhd will ncvlv'tt t tit
f.dlow Inu U'lieiliu:
I'- r 11 lerui of ten eur, tliU i;oniiiiy
will c.irr) .null residents ami ilielr fmnlllei
from IVurt I'lt) to Hon. .lulu in thu mrn
Iiik (arriving n little boforo rven oVloek,
and from J Inn.. lulu to IVhiI City lu ilm
evvnuii: I living llonululii stutlnu a little
iilii'rllv'uo'clni'h, forteneelils cnuli wuy,
11 uilu Ie. 1I11111 one cnnl per mile. The
riiiimou nil other pu-M-nuer trnlii. ruiiuliiK
IliriliKllifilH) or liiylit will Iim I'.j eri.U
(kt mile llr.t clu, nml I ,-oil pur mile
Hi end .'In--..
A .'iod school I. alsiut In be opemsl In
the I'elilliNiilii, in the line, law, n.iw
M.'lioo.houe etevted Ii) Mr J. T. Wuier
liuiinu. Iluddeius llvhiK at IVurl Illy
helitlilH, liitove t'uarl Clt) ntutiou nud
tho-e Imvliij,' homes on the l'eiiliiulu, will
buulloH'ed to ride free on regular trains
l.eiweeii Piarl City Million- 10 nml from
'I'linsu who want tocoiitlutif tn.eml their
''hlldreii to si'lii.oU in llonululii, can hara
iriiiLportntlon n nil rcfjnlar iralus to and
from IVurl l ity, for thu purpuae of utteud
hiK suhool. nt live rt'iiu cuvli way for eHOh
pupil. ThU U iipiul lo L'l to JU miles rl.lo
for tun cunts
Kipuil imliieemeiiiN for those duslrhiK to
(.cure hoiiie. In thU country Imve nevur
lieforc been ollered to thu piihlle.
Tills Company has been rv.iieste. from
iibroud to iiniiui the price of all their uu
Mil, 1 luml in tlm; loculll).
Should 11 uliiiiuuce enle be made lo a
xyndlciitu, no oporttiu!ty like the present
woul.l npnlli occur for the purchase of
homiH hi I'rarl Clt)
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
B. F. UILLI Mill A.M.