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NOTICE TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
'I he Keg'tlnr Ammut Kxniiilniitlon ftti'l
ltevtews ul Hastes In the Public I).i
Schools throughout tin- Islands will be
is win be
ln'Ul tlil .tear timing the wee
end on Krlclny, the l:Uli of July licit, and
the Summer Vacation uf all l'ublic Schools
will extend from Unit ilule to MONDAY,
the lUtli ot September next, on which date
a new term will beln,
Uy order of the llo.ird of KdiUMtlon
Honolulu, Junel'l, IKH. IUUI It
PUBLIC SCHOOLS KXEUUIStS.
The minimi closing of the Tuhllc 1M
School In the District of Honolulu will he
held n follow:
til OI IK 1IIK SMHI'H lMlfnr.
On Monday, July 01 h. ut Maripic'Vlllo.
lUretnnU trect, Mominluaund Kalllii-iil.ii
OnTuedft., Jul loth, at Wiulupe Kn
niollilll. Mnnoa imd Witlklkl-knl M'liools
On Wediiediy, July 1 1 1 It. at the t'oliu
kulna Girls School and Piinna "iIhmI.
On Tluirday, July I'.'tli, at the l!nul
School and Kullhl W'neiri S.-hool.
On Trlday, July nth, at the Kort trie
School and Kaulnwel.t School.
flllOOIS in Tiir ltAlM MMUv.K.
On Monday, July luh.nt the (loverniucnl
School House at Kawnlahao, K tuiuiikii.
plll, Kawniuliao and Koiii.i V.
tMi M KW V, WWlNvKtl KOOl M I'UKO
lit I !,
On Monday, July loth, ai the Wiilnlmle
On l'uedny, July llth. at I'okalnnd Ma
kui Schools, Wnianae.
On Wednesday, July I'.'th, at Wnlinn,
Hwu, and at Ktiucolie and Wultuan tin
,e cxcrrUe. will I.- free to nil
will Im'kIii at t o'oliM'k m. mi each day
After tin exeiclv, inn iiht Vncutlnti
wiiiexiciid to Mmi-iii), luthiif Sipteiui'ir
nexl on whl.'h date the next cho d ear !
l)y authority of the Heard of I'.dil' .itlon
llot'olu'ti, June Jl. 11)1. 1WH -it
ilhf Dtihi iliiiUc tin.
I'i.'itfitl fe 'irlltin Ni"l "l 'ill).
Hul KUllllllut h'f Hni'til ) till
A Philadelphia Man DufeuU One
1-roni the. Chutuplon
A few admirers of the manly art !
acmbh.'d yestetdav evening to wit
nets an eight round friendly coulcsj
between Sharkev, of the U. S. rf.
l'hiladelphia. und L.ingley, of II M.
S Chauiiiion. Four oiiiicd gloves
Firi round Sharkey opened the
ball with a slinging leit hand bloiv.
Laugley retaliated with a -hurl riglii. j
causing him to trip and fall. After I
light tiAchaiiges lime called, tin
roiiml being in favor of .Sharkey. i
jeciiiiil round -Sharkev again led
aud scored first blood. IU followed
it up with a heavy one in I ho bread
tin. Ket. Sotwiihstaiiding tho Flnla-
li-lphia man's oiiilanghis Laugloy
iielil his own.
Third round Sharkey again as
Mimed tho ngi resivo and noaily
put his mail to slt-ep. He became
en excited that ho disregarded the
refereoV coinniaiidsof "break away."
llio tliaiupioii men claimed a loin
which was not allowed. Lauglev
was winded at tho end of the loiiud
Fourth round This was of the
tive and take older, honors being '
ruth round Laugley pemol iu
have tccovercd hie wind aud ho ral- I
lied. Thii ended like the prevnuu i
round, hoiiora e.i.
Stxtti rouml - Laugley led mil
from tho shoulder and luuded sev
eral stiugiug right hand blou-t.
ahaikey wa oviiloiilly .surprised,
and phi) etl for wind.
Seveuth rmiuil -Again Laigloy
showed to tho foro and the i on nil
Eighth round 1 tot It men sparred
carefully, Shurlu-y plaviug for an
fv Sharkey found
Laugley on his guard and, giving
him a right-hander, M-nt him to
eleop Pin- contest was awanlnil to
The men were as fronh at tin- lin
ibh as they wore al the tarl. Shar
key weighed 105 poumU ami Lang
ley 170 pounds.
Mr. Aldriuh ih Anu-ry
Ldkoh Hi lleti.n: -
lu your is.-ue of Iitit evening, in
the article referring lo m.vM.lf, yon
h.iy: "It is roportmt tiiat .Mrs Aid
noli who 1 now III sail r railCIco
was unable in hecure liuaiicial aid
from the Irusleesof AldnchV fath
nr'b estate, ami i lot lor lo that eireel !
wan brought by the S. S Auxiraha
nu Saturday The triinlt-e.s would .
noi hand oior nuiiiiiy without Aid-
Now, all 1 have to say in regard
to tlio above, that it is a 'im- mnii
cwunlir. When my Wife loft lioiotihe .
was amply provided with means to
pay all her expenses ami 1 will roler
you to Mr. A. I I'o.erson who drew
up the necessary receipt h vvliieli I
signed. Ill the fulliro if VOII Wleh
to publish aiothing iu regard lo my
w ifo or myself, come to hoadquarier-i
lo enquire iusleail of rehiug upon
rMimrlH oinanatiiiL' from Hereon who
profess to kuovv more about in)
afTairs than I do
W II. Aliiiiiui
Soiiiotime ago I vva- troubled with
an attack uf rheumatism I used
Chamberlain''- L''tm Uilui and wa
coinploloi.V cured I hue 'Mice
adviied luauy of my frieutln and
customers to try tho roimidy and all
speak highly of it. Sijio.n Gui.uii.i')i,
Sail Luis I toy, Cal. For sale by all
dealurs. Uoiihoii, Smith it Co .Agentn
for the Hawaiian IslauilH.
h'vrry tlwripUanoJOH I'MKTISa
dim' u Ih ffiWf'fii Otfift
Two Appeal Oases Several Probata
Win. Hour vs. L. Ahlo, n riht of
wnv eontrmorsv in Koolammko. was
ariiod and Milmiittwl before tho
iitKui - il ami MiHu.ti.Mi i)0rore tu
.MipriHiic Court to (lav. Maroon for
plniiititT: Aohi for dofomliiut.
Tho appoal of Lai Fat from poii
liction in tho Kawailiati Distrii't
Court for liciiior Rolling was dis
iiiismhI. V. V. Alton, administrator of tin
oMatoof tho lato Philip Opfortftdl,
petitions for tiio appointment of n
Uiiardiati for tho two minor ehililron
of dt'fK.-nod now living with their
mothor in California.
Frauds M. Swan.y petitions for
prob.it o of tlio will of tlio Into Frode
rick Bttrrharilt, of HraMifiuld, Ox
ford count, Huglnml. at tlio miiio
tinio priontiiig n copy of tint pro
halo and niiMry of tho will in hnjr
land. Tln deccast'd loft pursuiinl
proport.i a half interest in a enr
tain mo'rtaj;o -in thoo inlands. All
of hi estate is dovi.t(l to his broth
or, K A. Htirehardt. formerly of Ha
waii, who tins a member of tin
Homo of Sollies iu IS'.Kt.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The P. (3. band will play at tlio
Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow evening.
The trial of tlio two Manila men
.harmed with burglary has been on
in the District Court all day.
A reception in being held this
afternoon at the residence of F. M
Hatch in honor of L. A. Tliurlon
The woodon building recently oc
cupied by V. Wright - Sou, and
the buildim; adioiiiiuir, both dauiag-
, , SawlayU ,lr,., were sold to-day
tu Swlro for 51H0.
Co. 1) uiut iu the drill shod yester
day y oiling and re-elected Chan.
Wilder to the captaincy. After the
elect it'll a social time Was taken, ill
which a keg of beer was t-oiiMimcu.
Victor J. Fagorroos sang a Itiifttdau
snug, and A. F. Clark, "Spanigh
Cavalier." Tricks did somo juggling
and the warriors uoro entertained
until 11 o'clock. Clark will repeat
the "Cavalier" song at next moot
ing By LnwiH J. Levey.
SALVAGE SALE !
TO-.MOKKOW, .Juno 22d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will I nt I'uullc Auction, for account of
wh in ll Hint concern, M die lretni-eii,
of W W Wright ,V Sun, Klnnstr-et,
1 Pair BELLOWS,
Lot of Bits, BAnd Iron, Bolts, Screws,
lite, I'.ic diooii;ed ! lire Jutet IT.
twr rniiMa r.vii'
By Jns. t Morgan.
ATITIOX SALE OF
Laud & Buildings
On TiUfR.SDAY, .lime 2rf,
Al IJ O'CLOCK NOON.
Al iot Snli-io mi I will Kell ill Public
ALL THAT CERTAIN
Piece of Land at Kalibi, Oaha,
Comprising 71-100 Acre;
llleiii): I.nt 10 uf t lie Kciuw-iimulii Lotx, a
ilc- rilied In I'Iiiii of M. Kiuuiknl.i a
irtof I. C A ni.'-O, An urn I. to Kiuitin-
ih a, and heini: the I'leco of Lnml con.
vetcd lo Mnii. K. Awallua and M-illaua.
In- wife. Iiv died of Ke'iwrainalii, recorded
in I.lrli7, pine bin and UV, loj;ellier
with tin. Ilou-c und 1 1 it llt 1 MK- theriion
LANDS AUUCTION !
lit viiltiiiiif mi oritur i HneJ by iheCuiirt
liiriiilli Hie I liief Jll-tlce linn. A K Jtl'ld,
ill riinl tn eii'C of Willism W 'lion, el
ul.. iiuiiIii-i Divhl W'ntMiii, there will Ixi
oM nt I'uiilic Auction, at the Auction
Itoimiii oi Juiiiiii F. Muritu,
On SATl'KDAY, June !K),
AT i O't LOCK NOUN
All tlill-l' PrullllM'l nlluuttd al
KaUGOhe, KOOlaUpOkO, OahU,
i Ami nmre ,urlicilliiriy iieiilgUHieil at
follow to v it:
Li n :i
l.. t i
All urn iirl id Itoyul Pdiitul 171 to Caul
I oi 'i
, ,,;.,, ,mtcil ilv..luK.r (, HU.nuil recoriled
m .ili..r H-, ie I'JT oil I l.'K I'lilit ier
j g u,i-, i rt h i purchmer..
I hor funhir .iitn nl.ti- uppiv to William
Vclii, All rnc fur tin- Coiiiinl-ii..iier,
nrl.ih l Kn iiviii, t'oiiiiiiiiilnuer.
II inoliliil, Julie .' In"I
liti.l i W'CTION'KKK
0FKI0K TO RENT
l iO.NVLMI.Sr OHMK IN CL'M
J uiin'ii lllock, openhiK on Mrrohnnt
ttrcct. TeruiN iiimleriitn liupilrnut bank
of Cl.iim hirciikcU A Co. IU'i1) Iw
OFFICE TO LKT.
PIIK LAIUli: OI'I'IOK OVKU
J lion, 0 O Heritor' 'illicit on Mr
Chant Klieet in lo let. Apply to
MfMI K. 6 UUN1IA
HanilM Htrffin Co.. L'i
Saturday, June lti, 18.94.
To say that the financial de-
j Hawaii is due to
the provalancc of the cottony
cushion scale or to the exist
ence of the Japanese rose bujjs,
is so wide ol the mark that it
should bring a hectic flush of
shame to the cheek of the man
who started the rumor. We
admit that the blight has not
added pleasure to the life of
the man who dabbles in coffee
growing, nor has the insect
pest added to the joyousness
ol the person who raises but
ton hole bouquets at so much
per button, but we wish to be
placed on record as denying,
refuting so to speak, any
charges which may rellect de
rogattvely upon the rose bug,
black bee or the blight in their
relations to trade and com
merce. Financial depression
comes to every country and
j every government once m so
often and usually when the
man at the wheel is figuring
on a bid to concentrate the
Republican, Democratic and
scattering votes upon one par
ticular object. Careful stu
dents in political affairs in the
United States have noted with
pleasure on one side and pain
on the other, that the national
financier across the Pacific has
rigged up a toboggan slide in
the form of the tariff bill and
the votes are rapidly sliding
into the Republican hopper;
what few scattering votes there
are go to the party of the man
at the wheel. And that same
tariff bill has something to tlo
wiih the depression here, a
depression, by the way. which
began with the passage of the
McKinley bill. The people
here have been depressed
through doubt as to what in
clination the United Siates
Senators might have to legis
late for Hawaii.
There seems to be no evil
but what some good may fol
low; the Senate of 1894 pro
fited by the errors of the Sen
ate of 1892, and have shown
wusdom and exercised good
judgment by making sugar
from other countries than Ha
waii dutiable and allowing our
planters the bent-fit of a 40
f)er cent, duty When that
aw goes into effect the de
pression should be a matter in
history only. Hut until then
what is to be done? A water
1 famine is staring some of the
planters in the lace and no
definite movement is being
made to combat it. Then: is
plenty of water if people would
but dig for it; gold is not found
at the front door of the miner,
he must go down into the earth
to reach it. There are some
placers, of course, just as there
is free running water, but
where surface gold or water
is not found go down, and
when you have found it there
is a way of getting it above
the surface and ditrilfuting it
over your land Mr. Paul
Isenberg believes that the
cheapest and best means of
forcing water to unlimited dis
tances is by the Aermotor.
Ten thousand gallons of water
an hour is what his mill pumps,
and he finds it sufficient to trri
gate ten acres of sorghum be
sides giving his tenants suffi
cient water for the cultivation
of rice. We believe that if
wells were dug in Hamakua
district the Aermotor would
be the means whereby the
sugar plantations there would
be brought back into the fold
of paying institutions. When
we say paxing, we mean as
they paid in the reciprocity
days when a man who did not
get fifty to seventy-five per
cent, per annum from hissuiar
stocks was losing money. It
I makes no ilillerence to the
j plantation that has no perma
J nent water supply, how much
I duty Congress imposes on sii
( gar. The labor contracts hold
good whether the crop is one
thousand or five thousand tons.
The land needs water just as
some land must have fertilizer,
and the Aermotor is the best
means, and the cheapest for
putting it where it is needed.
From large ami varied stock the undersigned would druw
particular attention to the following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Biun,
Middlings, Oatn, Corn.
fcS In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Kolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by nil interest"d in stock.
L.I T fN T T fc Califoraian and
' c Washington State.
Royal and u Cleveland " Baking Powders!
No I - lri Iti I'x-li nl luwert mar.
it, IV, lOs Iter bale.
l.lvcrixol CoHrMs, ll'i Hi bit
Kngllsli Hairy, Sf lb. Ik-
ji. ha cox, ciiiiHE-
Morton' KuglUh Qroceriva,
Oroftt Jk Blackwoll'a EngUah OrocurtM,
Llbby, McNull Llbby'a Canned Mnu,
Richardson A Robbln'a Oannwd MnaU
Pie, Table it ml llni
7H ud la lb tMixe
A large vsriely.
Kerosene "Aloha '
I'lmilalKiii implies, Mara, Dry Go,
Crocker,, Furnitnre, Etc., Etc.,
THEO. H. DA
407 KIdr Si.. "Tbomas Block." j
Moiual Tele. 339.
P.O. Box 207.
Cliincsr, .Japanese ami Indian Gond.s!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes. Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shuwls nnd Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kto.
American and English Goods!
IASHMKIIKH, I.INKNH, I. AWNS, MUHI.IN8,
Ladies' & Gents-' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Tabic Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc, Ktc.
gJT DON'T FORGET THE NUMBERS .40
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
FZB. S. S. "C3-A.E3LIO."
Have made another
ItrHiitl of LA COXSTANC1A aud EL COMETA
Large Assortment of Shapes and Sizes.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid, Gor, Port & Merchant Streets.
TO THE PALI !
I Ahi.!rKi m
1 II K liOADB AKK l.N lliliil) Iti;-
rmi n minora Wuuonuuo .
to Ihe I'uli ilnliy, nt lltu'elook M. ir-utnr-d
ix.ep'id) KAltK '.'S f'KSIS. To
1.. ..... i. 'l-i..'. I IV.. I II... I. ..I
II' IIP lllllll IMII); lll'ln""!! 1111 llltll ,,MII,M
gW W III rail nl mi v part of the City ut
h4-eiui Noliii- ' T SMI'lll,
to Ihe Khii'eholilers of Ol om ALU Oiim
I'ny al thit Olllce of Messrs W. II. Irln
A Ho., (ldi V. M UIKI'AIII),
TiiAurer Olovialii (NnnpHiiy.
Ilonululu. J me IH, l'H. lW-3t
llarreln ittid Hull lrrl
"Pioneer," KolKer'n In lint iid paper.
A rbnlee mrlet) of legilln lirnit
& "Star" Kerosene
VIES te CO.
51-88 Hag St., oeir MiQnikm St.
3 Mutual Tele. 688.
P. 0. Box 207.
Large Importation of
rilK Al BTKAMSHII'
Wild. I.KAVK HONOl.UI.I'
fOH TDK AIUIVK I'llKl OS
Satui'day, June iJ3d,
The undnrslunod are now iirepnred tn
Issiio ThrniiKh Tickets from this City lo nil
points In the United Htntcs.
For further nnrtloiilurs reimrdinff
Kruitiht or Passage, apply to
W.M. (I. IltWIN & CO., I.'u,
IOW H 0ueral Axnt
Robinson Block, Hotel
Wc have Just Received from San Francisco per Barkcutine
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Onlt und of the Very latest Resigns. AIo,
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE !
Extension Tiililos all Ue with Clialra nnd Sldehonrts to match
We have n eoinplcto itoelc ot these good.
DlrnttK envered with l'nrtlern arc the
We have tieautl'ul designs of gondii, ennltlng of Sofas, Chairs, Rocker. Ktc.
Kir. t oil eau get these, good lu any finish, yon desire.
OML JL MWm S
Parlor Clinlrs. Dining-room Chairs, llcx'klng Clmlrs. Ofllce CIihIn, Upholstered Chal.
High Chairs, Ktc, Ktc.
Cribs and Cradles!
targe itortiiieiil ot Woven Wlru .Mntlree.s,Brlug, Hair, Moss, Wool and Straw Mat-tro-.se
on hand nnd mad, to onler.
LIVKOKKHK KBATHKHH ANU8U.K r"l.tlS KOIt I'll.I.OWS,
WINDOW HHADKS IN Al.l. COI.OKS AND H1ZK8,
I'OKNKIR I'OLKS IN WOODOlt UKA88 TKIMMIN08.
KKl'AlltKD AT KKAHONAHI.K UATKS
1 Cabinet Making i""'" Branches by Competent Workmen
Y. Wo mnku a social fenturo of INTKIHOIt DKCOKATINO. This Department
Is under tho iiersnuul siiicrvllim of Mr Ocoiihk Okiwy.
All our Goods tiro tlrst-ehis und
convince ine most sucpuoai.
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bkll 525 TELEPHONES Mutual 645
ORDWAV & POIITEK.
2 . a
v. tj a
rr f "
8 m ;
a Q i
Old Stand Swept Away.
I AM HTll.l. PUKI'AltKIl TO 8UIT.IL
Intend, Keen lsiruct, or huild uiiylhiux
tiulonliiK to tlin llulldiiii; 'I rudu.
.TVAII orders lift with John Nott,
KiliK street, will ho promptly ntleudvd lo,
G. W. LINCOLN.
St., bet. Fort ft Nunana.
latest thing out.
Wo have them In
from the iry l.utol Deslitn.
A visit will
The folrowin testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honomiiu, il. 1 May 29, IK1.
l'Ai'irn HabiiivahkOo. IVd, Honolulu.
You ask ni) opinion of Lucol a faint
1 hnvo uxierimonied with l.ueol Oil for
outilde nnd Insldo wnrk.aUo on Iron work,
painting my vacuum pun, machinery aad
cfiitrlfuKids, with II and the result has
i boon moil satlsfaetory. It dries harder,
makes a better llnlsh, goes farther and U
more xutlsfuctory In every way than Un
Certain mint work which was always
sticky with linseed oil, dried hard when
. Lucol Oil was used.
Youry truly, Ai'o. Dam.
Direction for Use.
Urn- Lucui. iu uvury ru)tct in itie
hiiiiiu iiiiiinu'r uu you would linnced
ml, with tlio Hinglo oxcojition llituyou
iiuty uilil fully oiiiwiuiirtor morn Lu-coi-10
tlio buiiio (iimntity of plK'uout
' limn you would of HommmI.
In iiblug tnutulliu, Vi'iit'tiiiii rtil, the.
ocliruH, uiul olliui dry pujiiiouU, it ii
lulvinublo to mix up tlio paint nt loAtt
inic il iy hoforu it is to liu tmed, then
add a third more Luooi. Hnd tho paint
will he found in ouvur woll aud Imvo
i a good gloss.
N'KVKJI USK JAI'ANR
, Wlioru huid iiiirfuccb hucIi ub IliKire,
Htiipn, ntc, u ui reiiuirud iiho lithurgo
onl, uovor U8o Jupaiih.
LUCOL M1XKS WITH
mid HHBiHta thuir workinn and mi
provch tlioir appearance uur tuev
RIIOI'I.I) UK lHKU PAMR PAY TIIRY ARK
mixi;u, olhurwiso the gum of tlio var
nicli ion y ho iirocipitii Ifd or tho mix
Tho iidiliiioii of from I to k of Lt
ciii. in viiriiii-hns iloi'h nut ii'iliice thuii
lu tn uoi ii'ianl their li.iriluiiiig .uul
drying anil il prnventH tlioir cruuUiuu.
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Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
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