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9AHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
XlloM A.NH AKTK.K Jl'NK 1 ln
What the Bchuetzens Want.
M. A. Gonsnlvos lins an assignoo's
iioticu in another column.
I'o Bm Mill.
A resolution was passed at a meet
ing of tho Schuotzen Club Friday
m'ntiinrr tint it inmnfT Inn (TmiQlltll
Dulcgatc If. P. Baldwin and . tional Convention to insert a clause.
F. Poguo are back from leave of ab-' j tno Constitution makiuK tho
si'uco. ! President and heads of bureaus oloc-
(Jourl Canities meets this evening , tive. Tho resolution was sent iu
at 7:.'W o'clock, at K. of P. Hall, Fort and was considered yesterday. Prosi
8tr,jt, ' dent Dole sent a message to Carl
rvwinmn, president 01 tuu ocuudizbu
'Grocery, Grain Headquarters for White Goods
A r,- AT
Uvr i'esil Oily
Arrive Kwb Mill.
IH5 4:8o 6:1(1
ix'Mi ftsiu ftsi
ih, M aril
1.. J. Levey sells 200 bags potatoes clnb autl njs0 cnptn5n 0f tho mount- '
It. at P. M. S. S. wharf at IJ noon to- IHj pnlrol( to grant him nn ntrview ,
lu morrow. nt y o'clock this morning. What r ' '
Irftivi- E Mill .
U-iivp I'curl City
0. 11. U A.
A.M. .M. r.. P.M.
Oi'Jl 10:1.1 1:13 6.U
.0;55 11:15 4:16 6:10
7:i ll!W 4-V. 'I'.41
A. Saturday only,
I). P:Uurilnv pxchjiUtI
Uhv JaUtj J lltflin.
TUESDAY, JUNK 20, 18SM.
Ti'imuy. June SI.
Am bktiie Amelln, Wnril, itf dn)i from
Port (Jan ble
Blmr W O Hnll from Hawaii ntid Mniil
Tl'F.iAY, Junr 2d.
O A 6 8 Arnwn, Stumt, for Colonic- via
Fiji at 11 a in
tstiiir Unutllne tor iort on Maul at in
etuir lwalanl (or Knunl at 6 pin
From Mnnl and Hawaii, wr Mnir W C
Hall, Juno W Volcano: It K !.' mnl
Pig bargains in ladies muslin
under wear, can bo found at N. S.
Sachs, Fort Htreet.
Invitations are out for a suberii
tion dance at tho Myrtle llout Ulub's
house the evening of July 1.
A lion will be given by Co. B at
tho drill shed this evening. A num
ber of invitations have been issued.
The box plan for tho performance
by tho American Vaudeville Co. on
July ft is now open at I.. J. Levey's.
Tho "Hungry Seven" wore feasted
at a native luau given at Palatini by
Capt. Peter Lou on Saturday even
iug. Tho S. S. Arawa took a small mail
to-day for Fiji and I ho Colonies. It
consisted of 125 letters and ll.'l
L. J. Levey will m1I two hundred
sacks of potatoes just arrived by tho
S. H. Arawa at the Pacific Mail wharf
at noon to-morrow.
Tho leading Chinese have sent out
circulars advising their countrymen
to keep their hands oil in cae of
any riot or disturbance.
transnired at tho interview will prob
ably bo laid before tho noxt meoting
of tho Schuetzon Club.
ituii a large and varied stock the tindurhigiied would draw
particular attention to the following:
Owing to the return of the V. G. tmm r rw
Kma& ft? S'fi Jfl'ffS.ou" Comprising California liny, Barley Roll,,! Mrl,y. Knm.
siontoAlaui. Thoso who go by tho Middlings, Oatn, Corn.
Claudino can wait for tho ball and .. , , , . . . ..
catch tho Hall at Maalaea at 7 a. in. KS5 t addition to our usual stock of these WO are now
of the 5th. carrying Washington Bran. Oats and Rolled Barley.
i These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
J UST RECEIVED arc well worth a trial hy nil interested in stock.
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
A Ft! 1,1. 8U1TL.Y
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices i
NAINHOdKH In I'luln. tri-il, t'U-rk, uml I'luldv
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. (1KAI1IO ANP ntll'Kh.
UIMITIKK In HtrtK.J Chfi'k.. I'liild and Half l.iiir.
INDIA LINONS, BATLSTB AND COTTON OKAI'KS.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITK. t'HF.AM AND KCKU
-- I.MMKNSK. VAMIBTV OF - -
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
It. E. Leo and uifo aud Dr. Priest
ly relumed from tho Volcano on tho
steamer V. O. Hall. They report
the Volcano in an active statu.
The concert by tho P. O. band at
the Hotel yesterday evening was
r,'.?Lr,c.V.irttv,.lVn,,i. fy appreeiat...! by tho through
Mrs Kpkunhalu. Matter Luuis IVrry. lassiigr of tho b b. Arawa
Walter l'nanlntil. U II Cockett. J Knulc-
tuslcuto and wife, II llecn, and 'b deck
Fur Kanal, cr ntmr Iwulnnl, Juno V)
0 Conradt, Jos Conradt, Mls t'linpln, I
Mi'Domild, Matt:r llarrli.
For the CVIunlci, iicr SHArana, June
'i0-l V Ireland. Clias Nclioltt, It T Kick
ard, W F Uncliaiimur, K Unkcr, I' Xcll
(Jalack, 1) Kmeroon.
Uocialun in tho John Klchnrdaun
Bruce Cartwright has been np
nointed snlo trustee of Stolla Cocket,
E. K. Cummins and Muria K. Cum
iniiiB. Ernwiti in. Cray has petitioned for
divchsrge from bankruptcy.
Tho hupreino (Jourt, oy (Jinoi
Tho Scottish Thlstlo Club will
meet this evening, having important
business in connection with tho now
A battalion was lauded from the t
U. S. S. Philadelphia at U o'clock 1
this morning for drill. Tho battalion
marched out to tho plains.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel i
and Nuiiauu street. Lodging by '
daw week or month Tonus: 2 aud
f0 cents per night; $1 and 11.25 per
H. Schmidt, Consul for Sweden ,
and Norwav, ollicially visited tho U. t
S. llaushin 'Philadelphia this morn-'
iug, and was accorded the usual
First and foremost of next week's iow-ii
festivities will bo the inaugural ball r
.1 r ..I i mi .1 tl.. I i I . 1
ol llio ncoiiisu 1 uisiio L.IUU, to con-
And plrnly nmn. on thu way
tW TKI.KI'HONKS I'l -mi
Okkick & Wahkiiousk:
Corner Queen uud Xuuann
By Lowls J. Lovoy.
WWDNESDAY, June 27,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
I vtlll ci at I'uldlc Auc Ion at I. M. 9.
200 Bags Potatoes
Just latidrd ci "S. S. Araa "
Nn I -alsay In i!k at lit mar.
.Is, In, Kb ir Imle.
UrpriKK)! Corv, IU U. b
Kngllsh Dairy, S lb. !
HOCK SA I.T
HAM, HACOS, VHKKSK-
llarrelt and Half Uarl
"1'louetr," FoUf in tint nO pn-n.
A cholrr tarlvl) of Inllli brniiitit.
AN KN'IH.KSH VAIIIKTV OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
BMtlHOIDKItV KDOISOS n. sl .Salnwik and Hamburg In
All Width- with ln-priu.c u Mntrli.
AJJ-oter Embroidery, Embroidery Flonncea and Demi Fluauctm.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
J T Morton's KukH& UrocarlM,
OroM ft Blackwall'a English Oroomaa,
Libby, McNeil A Llbby'a 0nnd MaaU,
Richardson St Bobbin's Oaund MmU
I'le, Table sud Ortm
7J and 16 lb. hii
A large hty
fi'fc, Kla ,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKOK BTOCK8 OF
Plaulatioii Supplies, Hardware, Dry GooHs,
Grockery. Mini. Etc., Etc.,
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
! Laces & Scotch gingham,
Justice Jtidd. has II led a decision on
tliu amu.nl (if Alt Mi null Ouiiiil'
... rr.. ".-- -- .- ." ,..... , '!
rung against llio Uecroo ol .Juilgo uraio mat wicioiy s einrninn mm up
Coopor discharging' L. A. Thurston, handsome new quarters oor '1 racy s
assignee of John Itichardsou, bank- store,
rupl. The Court puds no reason The sailing of the S. ri. Arawa for
lor reversing or mutinying mu ortior .i (;,,OII,s was po,t mined from III
tlWAVh US IIAN'II
of tho bankruptcy court, and it
therefore stands aud tho appeal is
dismissed. It was found that the
appealing creditors had neglected
tho opportunities of proving their
claims. The principle established
is contniuod in the following sylla
bus of decision:
"A claim in bankruptcy proved
after declaration and payment of
dividend by the assignee cannot
purticipato iu such dividend. Tho
circumstances of this case hold not
sutllcieiil to support tho contention
that tho claims should participate
in such dividend."
V. V. Ash ford for creditor; Car
tor & Carter for assignee.
WOMKN IN THE WATKH
Narrow Escape of the Aritwa Stuw
ardusa and a Friend
Two ladies had a narrow ocapc
from drowning yesterday evening.
Tho stewanleBS of the S. S Aruwu
aud another lady had boon out iu a
boat pulliug iu tho harbor and re
turned to tho wharf near the tug
Elou about 0 o'clock. As the stew
ardess was stepping on to the laud
ing tho boat swuug nut and shu fell
into tho water. Her companion
knowing she could not swim jump
ed in to assist her. Thu would-be
rescuer was somewhat handicapped
by her clothing, aud it looked for a
lime as if both would drown. Set
oral young native boys, who had
been swimming near, went to tho
ladies' assistance. They caught
them by their droasos but wore un
able to pull them up on account of
the uciuht. Others wore attracted
by tho cries for help and (mail the to increase the boat's ellieieuey
womon were safely lauded on the
wharf. Until were exhausted. Had
it not been for tho timely assistance
rendered by tho boys, tho result
might hare been serious.
Of Hood's .Snrsapariila is always
within tho bounds of reason became
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober common sensoof thinking pen
pie because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in the financial world
would be accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills euro liter ills, cousti
nation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
o'clock yesterday evening till 12
o'clock to-day. This was owing to
tho largo ipiautity of freight tu be
The closing oiorcNes of tho Kn- ,
luehnmoha schools begin at l:.'U),
o'clock to-morrow afternoon At '( ,
o'clock there will l)n exercises iu i
Dishop hail and at LIU) o'clock bat- ,
taliou drill and band concert on the
.Manuel Miranda died yesterday
afternoon after a lingering illness of i
two years. Ho was about thirty livo
toars of ngo and left a widow and
family of live children. Tho funeral
took place from the Catholic Cathe
dral tliih morning.
Many seats hate already been -old
by Mr. Levoy for (he dramatic per
fonnance to bo given on .Inly " by a
Miperior company from Sau Fran
cisco. Arrangements have been
made to hold the through steauier
hero ovr the performance.
i) I)." That is the leader iu
thin wjeltV llaoaiiau llnulnarn Co.'s
advert iionient after liny hnvo dis
poned of the Illness of the Ith of
July as Inaugural Day for tho now
h'cpiihlic. lint read the adtertini
uiHiit and you will find plenty of
variety iu the articles submit ted to
your choice aud you may test them
nil -at our own epnse.
Captain Davies Ui.-d no time iu
pulling mechanics to work lilting
up tho steamer Waimaunlo, bought
by him at auction lat Saturday, and
overhauling ler macliinery to pro
ware her for wrecking services. Ma
terial is to be got from San Francisco
Pay the Printer, theo. h. da VIES & GO.
All who owo loiiK'MandliiK account
lotlm lleii.r.iis 1'uHi.iMitsn Company
for ndvurtUiiitf, uliirrltlon or print
Inn arc re pii'Mud to pay up before tint
nil of Jiim. Tim money Im-Imhi to us
and U needed to uirut Hie constant
turn" drain for lulmr and material ro-
liilrrd In I'.itidncilnc a dully patxir and
u irliillnu boiisu. Wi muku no tlirt-utu
lull uoiilil ii.1vIm all convrriifil to bunl
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
AI.HO run - -
I" IHlSA, OF WAIASAK, OAIIU. '
Iiiih iiiikIp an iii.li!Uiniut of nil lili '
proisTt) tu Hip uiiiUril:iiil Inr tlio iNMidll ,
of li(s rcdltoni. All i-ri-on clalinl"n
nu'-liiii .aid J. F. Itosit, will pli'ii v iruuut
tlndr rliiluis to llio iindcr-lucd within
thirty diiyi-, mid all inroii' Indtdilcd to
ild J. F. Ito-ii, miikt make Imuicdliitu
'iv mi'iil to JiHi'pli Frias ut WiiliiNitf, or lo
tin' uii'lcrilL'uiHl in Hoiinliilii.
M A 1ION8AI.VF.8,
Honolulu, June Z lr.'. HflT Iw
Benson, Smith & Co.
WILL UliMOVIi TO THK
ar OPPOSITE CORNER m
(Foriiivrl oveuplwl by the Triiiilr of Fuslilon")
ON OR AHOUl
French KZici Shoe a,t $2.25
I liavc lit'fii iiiHli'iicU'd y Mu. ). M. hk Sa k Sii.va,
proint:torof the Hawaiian Japan'ksk IJazaah, Hotel t rent,
to rii'U tiiM rttoek of .JAPANIOSK (iOODS. Also, u hijr s
Hoiliucul ot JA1ANTKSK PAI'KU NAPKINS vill Iu; aold
Australian Mutton KwongSingLoyf SING LOY
M li K C II A N T
111 NIU'ANU STItEKT.
AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
- NKW rirocK OF
Jl'ftl ltF.i'F.IVF.II I'EH h. H. AltAW'A.
4U7 Kloft St., "Ttiuuiii Bluet" 51-93 Slug St., oear liuotket SI.
Mutual Tela. 339. P. 0. Boi 207. j Mutual Tele. 686. P. 0. Boi 207.
Metropolitan Heat Market.
that lino. The Waimauato will bo
ready to run to Waialua and way
ports by next Monday.
lim Ivupihea aud two other blight
police otlicors were on the rampage
at the uinrrj go round on Saturday
evening. Later hot went) 11 mid 12
o'clock midnight .lim got on his hind
legs, his grt-al fault when ho get.s
loaded with sandpaper gin, and
assaulted two iuolleusivo white
men, nti't.ugiirs in town. The matter
was brought before Senior Captain
AudioWA, and Knpile-a has been mis
ponded. The same officer was sus
ponded not long ago for nsaultiug
a Chinaman on a tramc-iral I'aluma,
vvliKii he was on one of hiscaiousnls.
I'll- Ihl'lll Hhll'tlH , JO..',). rl HIIHtlli
Oliini'Ki'., .lapuiitsHO and Indian Goods !
CasliiniiivN ami Serous Jusl Rtu-oivcd !
SUITS F'R.OM i&U UP
Oiy Good. Faiioy Guudfi. Lawns, Eto. Etc.. Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
NICE THINGS FUR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Coohctl Rolled Cats,
4 Red Label' Sugar Corn,
'Red Label' Oysters,
' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
'Crystal' Rice, (New).
Above Driudt will always be found eirdlnt. Ask your Grocer (or tlif.ni
L41t.oii.eU Sa JPeteraoia, Ooaat A.gnt.B
IIhhi nn WKIiS'F.HIlAY, JUNB 27tli.
hIkii onin uml riiiuiliiK ut I ..'Ki p. in
1 . m In llnlioj, Hull Il.iltjli.il) Unll
mi. Ilanil Coucurt 4 :3 p. iu on CuinHM
Thursday Eveuing, Juno 28
imr l'uiillu eordlull; luvlU'd.
Indian SilUn, Lacon and Iiiioiih,
ihimnuHu CrapuH. ChiucHf Matting,
Silk Naiulkerclrii'fH, Slmwh and Simrfu,
(irasH Cloth, Katlan (Jliniiv, I0tu..
American and English Goods!
HASHMKIIKH, I.INKNf. I.WVSH Ml'SI.INh
Ladies' & Gents' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Ladies', Children's and Men's
FAST - BLACK - HOSIERY
On MONDAY, Jane 18, 1894,
W FOR ONE DAY ONLY -j
WV will ili'r tin". On. uli. ' Liui'M I'riics
Vulim-H, Willi.w Ware.
Tnhlf Ulolhs, Oil Cloth, I0u
DON'T FOHOI1T TUK NLMUKIW
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
HOLLISTER &d (DO.
Have made another Large Importation ol
lUatulH of I.A CONSTANOIA ami K.I. COMKIA
Lure Assortment of Shapes and Si'.s
For Stile Id Bond or Duty Paid, Cur. Foil & Mercliaut Streets.
JF. EHl'LIESIR.S 4x GO.
n l i fcort raTTtmrriT
IMIACTK'AL ili.-MAKKl '
I t"'U to llilnrin .siitln' Men mill t li
lli'liiTiil I' ihlii tli.it I mi ircurti in It,
inii uml lii'iinviiii' i.vr ilf-i n, Hon of
1 irtu nn- iiin, Itttlf- mill lti'VilviT
i.killfit'l Iti' Hiis'Lisl. Illiifiiiitnil II own
nif .Iiiiii- in in) alimli' I irsl-. lit-. Murk
nuili'.liip miriiiil. t-.l i iiiiiiiti-iruini)
r.Nios HTitr.irr, no.Nni.iM.it
Mil J W OHAl'MAN,
TUK Hfl.l KNOWN
Is iiuw iirepnn-il to Catrr (or llnniitintii,
riiH'luN, rrivutn IMiiiut 1'iirllcj, WnlillnK
or llunli'ii r.trtit"., rlci'io II. IH ln
iltitkovl l cull um.ii kii itiik ur i;t.illr
men bu will kuullv mlilr.', (I 1'. o.
HOP ULNG & CO.,
r Hoi h. 1 - IM.hr
H i-.u -ii i .'Ulirt in
LiQuovs and Manila Giprs
General Chinese Merchandise
I CM k
Nin OII, Hire, MatlliiK.
i'liliii-i HIIkH, Kto Ktc, Ku
Enfjlish and Amarir.an QrocorleB
li I'.vt'r) Ciimit Ht.'nit
UUT0AL, lUUill'JlOM. it;.