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KI'.O.M AND ArfKH JUNK 1, I "Ml
LOCAL AND OENEIIAL NEWS I General of Customs to allow iintni
,, grant without $50 cash iu the
Good-by, P. G. pockets of each.
Tho Bcuxtix" will "not bo issued ' President Dole thought it was dis-
creuonarj, s (iu iiieuimuK jiubsoh
gor might have valuable property.
Mr. J-Jmmciutii diu not consider it
Grocery, Grain Headquarters for White Goods
ported for the mouth of May
f Ka Mn.u
Uuve Pearl City...
Arrlvp Kwb Mill....
i right that
l 'i no Japanese goons ot m. o. up . ported
Sa Suva are trausiorroii to uou-, 0
salves iv Co.
! Excelsior Lodire. 1. O. O
i . . - F
a meeting to-iiigui
beim Ka Mill..
Leave l'eorl City.
6:21 10M3 3:13
,.0:55 11:16 4:15
,.7:00 11. M 4:W
i Drought uy mo . n.
F.. holds ' President Dolo ashed if they woro
for installation , really beiugiso JnniloU.
ImmigrautR should bo
3ST. S. SACHS'
ulu anilM rB Uldin.
TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1894.
TiT-siuY. July .1.
Haw bark Anchor, Welch, Drew, from nm
L. H. Deo is able to be out to-day
after several weeks confinement
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. have
a column of interesting reading
matter iu this issue.
Threo moro arrets for che fa play- j
ing were made tliLs forenoon. Soy
Young went bail for the men.
Von few have taken ndvantngo of
I the excursion trip of the Clniidiuo
to Maui. What's the matter?
i Admiral Walker has kindly placed
r his launch at the disposal of the
, Fourth of July sports committee.
- i C. J. Eishcl, formerly owner of a
Mr. EiniiK'luth otiotcd this morn
tt,.a Afll-nrl lanp !), nltllinritv.
i IHH o tin.uni.ivi mj - ..w..j
From u lurire and varied stock tin
particular attention to the. t'ollowin
Mr. Waterhouso (sotto voce) You
i should not believo everything you
' read in the Advertiser. If you saw a
I statement in the Hulletin you
1 might deeido it was correct.
Minister Hatch said tho matter
had not yet beou considered by tho
' UnSIr suspension of the rules, tho t J'' addition to our UBIinl Btook of thiW wo are now
bill rolatingtotho Hepublic of Ha- carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Iiolled Barley.
wait was passeu turougu us nnai . Tlcsc nrC each possessed ot strong feeding properties and
Rt m7 Brown presented tho report of arc well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, limn,
AlKldlings, Uiita, Corn.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Binped, iHiroks and I'latus.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OKADK3 AND IMMCRA,
DIMITIES In Striped, Che., I'lnMt and Hair t.tt.-
INDIA IJNONS. BATISTE AND COTTON CKAI'ES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CUBA M NH Ki'KU
IMMRNSK VAK1KTY OK
tho Judiciary Committee on the
recommendation of tho Board of
Prison Inspectors for certain par
dons. They recommend a full par
don to J. 1. Mills, sentenced on May
r. ISIK). to nine years' imprisonment
law viij w...iv v. " ' a t . - t -.!.
dry goods store in town, lias been Jor manslaughter, nm couuuci uav-
appointed Appraiser at the Custom UK lon very cxuuip ary in prison.
Ilotino They recommend pardons to Lui, a
. ' : , , , . ; South Sea Islander, and to a Japan-
L. M. Jnhuson has started the ' , ,irUnner iu tmor health, both
Hawaiian Messenger Service. lh i (.(iniiii,(,ll(,,i on tho prisoners' loav-
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
AN KNIU.KSB VAIMBTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
l-nlny In tun'i l nwwl nmr
Tir.mv. July 3.
Stmr Claudlnc lor orts on Maul at f n m
Stmr Iwalatii for Knunl nt 5 )tn
Btinr Hawaii for Hawaii
Utiur J as Mukec for Kapas at 4 p in
Vaol LeavinB Thuriday.
B S Mllkl Maru, Thompson, for Yokohama
ror Mnnl. iter uliiir Clniulltic. Jul v
Mlis 11 K Wilder. Mrs Cornuvll. Ml-s K
l'otw. Mrs CntillHell, II Ke-k, II l ll.ild
wlu. W V I'oawe, H K Akl. Mr I Hum, Jou
Po.i, Ke llonllftpp, Mr Kolll, Mr A 1-"
Cooko and 'J I'hlldron.
Por Vancouver, . C, for I'AHH Warl
moo. July 'J-Mr mid Mr O II ll.i 'i, Mr
and Mrs II ItwiJ.-, llr J llro-llu, W U Pin-
lehnrrt. Mr and Mrs lulie, Hon S M
liiiii.n, Mrs Inui, Mii I, Iv Appli'tuii, Mr
V M Simpson, Mrs K W Jordan, !' Iliu'.
Jrry U'Ootinor, A W Williams.
VeaaoU in Fort.
USB l'hlludvlphla, llurkiir. from Ollno,
HUMS Champion, Idxiki-, from u crulu'
HUMS KoiiK'J from Yokohiima
Am Missionary packvt Meruluu Slur, Oar
land, from I mi Hoiith t-a
Am hktnc W II Dhuoiid, Nlltou, from Sun
Am fdir llobrrt Sudden, UhlbvrM, from
Newcastle, . a v
ollice Ih locntid iu the Masonic
l S. Minister Willis will hold tho
usual reception at the Hawaiian
Hotel from 'A to ft o'clock to-morrow
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch
was telephoned olT Koko Head this
afternoon with her Hag llyiug at
The gathering on Palace Square
I was n very large and cnlhuslaticonc.
Tho whole iiare was covered with
Tim baud of the L. S, lligship
Philadelphia furnished music for a
social dance at the Hawaiian Hotel
The steamships Jlclgie nnd Mnri-
3a, 5, 10s imr hn'e.
ing tho couutry. They further
recommend the pardoning of Knp.v
hut and Kehalikun, natives imprison
ed for long term, Mr. Brown com
plimented Lui for his bravo conduct
when Ityan tried to escape.
Minister Smith agreed with the
report excepting as to Mills, al
though ho felt sympathy with tho
I'resitlont uole lelt iiko requiring ;
a full statement from Mills ot all ho UAM, HAC0N, OHKKNK
knows about the crime for which ho
was convicted. Tliuro was groat
dillleully at (ho trial in getting at
the facts, and he thought before
Mills asked for pardon he should
offer to do this.
Mr. Brown said tho petit Ion was
not from Mills but from the Prison
t.lvcriHK)! CoarM, IU lb. ba
English Dairy. N IK has
HOCK SA LT-SOAI'S-
Darret aod Halt lUrrl
"Klour," Vi,cr' iti tin, d iir.
i A rholra sarin ) l iaKllii imiKii,
KMHItOlDKHY KDOIN'OS In Swiss. Nnlnoik and llanihir
All Widths with liiirlliiK to Matrh.
all-oTer Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Finance
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
Murtun'a Eititllah OrocerlM,
Oroaaw ft BUckwoU's Knjjllah Orocarnw.
Ltbby. KcNoll Llbby 0nnd Ximm,
Richardson Bobbin's Cisiini'd Hwaia
post will be due from San I'rnnclsco
on Thursday, on their way to Yoko
hama ami too Colonies respectively.
! Members of the police force are
j wearing Dole badges. Several when
asked why they wore them said,
, "Can't help it ; got to." There you
i Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuunuu street. Lodgiiij: b)
day, week or month. Terms: '25 and
GOcotitrt pr night : il and fl.'i.' per
Excursion rates for the Ith are i
advertised ly the O.ilm itnilwn
Am tik (5 D Imunt. Jiioohson. from Sun
lrnclco mniiiH'oiiieiit. Kur n uleasnut III
- " - I ir part tlnyV outing a trip down the
Snipping Nolo line is hiipretne.
The 0 A S S Wurrimoo tMtk (or Van
couvcr, July '.', '.'It.' hncha h.inauas, 'Jinaj
bam rice. Ill" wateriuplou, M l'U; collet',
10 ImIIs ihccpskhis.
Vurlous Vrobuto Mattors Th Man
F. A. Schaefer's liunl account as
guardian of Henry Grube Mnrchnut
hub been npproved and the balance
belonging to tho ward, now '27 years
of age, ordered to be paid to him.
Mrs. Naomi Knalhuc, widow of II.
IC. Kaaihue, petitions that she may
be nppoiuted administratrix of her
Into husband's estate. The property
consists of real estate valued at
$550. The heirs are the widow, two
children, a brother and a sister of
Tho hearing of Jos. Caecires' np
poal against conviction for man
slaughter was concluded before tho
Supreme Court this forenoon.
Judge Whitiug has continued the
sale of real estate made by Alfred
W. Carter, administrator of the
eitate ot L. M. Kauai, and disal
lowed ouohulf of one percent of the
Judge Cooper lias reserved ap
proval of tho account of Wong Ko,
as reported upon by Henry Smith,
master, until a receipt is produced
from the sou and heir, now iu China,
tho tnothor haviug received $.'U) a
mouth for both herself and Mm for
their support. The Court nUo al
lows $5 a month to the administra
tor for extra compeufatiou. J A
Magoou for administrator.
The mcrfengcr .-ervico announced
elsewhere by Mr. Johnson will fill a
felt want iu tho conveniences of
1 Lt, nil,, In ll Infill i.Ml.irMrittt I lint
j -" i
onglll lo Hlicreeu.
There will he a friendly m
iranie of baseball to morrow morn
iiil' at '.I o'clock, between the
street and the Lively nines at Ma-
kiki Uecrentiou grounds.
Minister Smith eit-d couclusioiiM
reached by prison instiectors in Mas
sachusetts. It was found that the
exercise of the pardoning power
there had reduced the average
period of confinement of life pri
soners to bolow a ten years' term.
Mr. Emmulutb was opposed to a
too free exercise of tho pardoning
power. He would only concur tu
the pardon of Lui.
Mr. D B. Smith -A cold-blooded
Minister Smith said it could hard
ly bo called a cold-blooded murder.
'I'lie man ho wauted to kill was
suspected of destroying tho prison
er's home, tint unfortunately he
killed the wrong man.
Mr. Brown, although opposed to
indiscriminate pardoning, thought
the birthday of the Uepublic was a ,
good time for exercising the power
iu cnes for which gooil reasons
could be uiveii.
The unities were voted on s'pnr-
I ntely as lo pardons, with Hie follow-
;"1'" , liiir ruHiill:
I.. .1. till. til,. ..rn,i4.iit . Hniinlriiiv
I, i ikuiiiaiiiiiiiii, pflin, .,., .... .i.-.
allium ,--, ,1,1.1. ll... .Ifi,kii(i.iit oiiol'ttili.il ilf
manslaughter on second trial for tho
murder of hit wife, uranted on con-
leave the couutry; Mil,
l'ls, Table ami ln-M
7K and Ift lb h.i
A larttf n,.t.
II row li Wrapping
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
- AT -
LAItOK HWOKH OK
Pla&liitlog SunuHes, Uiwi Dry Goods.
Al W A Vr It Sl
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
KwongSmgLoyl SING L 0 Y ,
Fronola KZid Slio at $2.25
407 KltiK St.. "Tlioiuat Block.
51-63 Klnt SI- i"r VIlUDikra St.
Mniual Tclu. Mi
V 0. Bm 207.5 MntDdl Tele. 686.
P 0 Box 207.
i.' a c.i. ....r.... i',...,,! f..r i ,.!.- dit on he leave the couutry;
iiiijiiiiiit'it wiinin iihim , i.t i .i
J. II. Pntv. Consul for the Nether- grnnteii on conuiuou no nmve me
lauds and J. Holing. Consul for ' l'"".,r.-v- ,. ... . ,.
Chili, viMted II. li. M.S. Champion , Minister Smith made the motion
and r.'ceived a salute on retiring. , ,'l'l,of ,ho '"'"" ,.
Mr. Brown moved to adopt the
L. C. Abies canvassed the town
' today and secured a siilllcieut
ainount with which to purchase the
fireworks of Iihohnn. Yesterday
the eouuuitteo decided not to pur
A P. G. defender wants to know
whether his comualriolh will lilit
i according to the size of their xalar
in case of trouble, lie proposes lo
lilace the Atloriiey-tSeiieral iu the
front ranks of the police.
A dot.'ifhiuetit of the Hawaiian
National baud will go lo Maui to at
tend the races on the Claudiiie this
evening. The leiuainder will be iu
, attendance at the sports tu bu held
at IVarl City on July "Hi.
The members of the My rile It ml
Club invite their llteuilr to their
boalhou-e to-uiorrow morning lo
witness the boat races commencing
at H:l." o'clock, luvitntioiishaw been
iMucd fur a social and liaueo iu ihe
report with regard to J It. Mills.
Mr. I). H. Smith seconded the mo
tion. Mr. Wilder said it had always been i
customary on particular occasions to ;
grant pardons on tho recommenda- ,
lion of the Prison Iuspectors, and
he diil not see why an exception
should be made in the case of Mr.
The motion carried.
Mr. Brown called attention to this
being the last meeting of the Advi
sory Council under the Provisional
tioeriuuent, and suggested that a
resolution recognizing the event
should be passed.
Minister Smith concurred in the
idea. He paid a high tribute to the
self sacrificing devotion of the mem
bers of the Advisory Council. With
out their assistance the Executive
Council would hate had aucUiouio
ly ditlicult course.
President Dole desired to express
Ids highest appreciation of the de
votion of the Advisory Council. Its
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho mou of tho L S. S. Philadel
phia were lauded for their weekly
shore drill this morning. Tho skir
mishing and not drills were proud
uent rntiouvora IihIuIk"'! in. Tlu
atrot crossings were guarded with
fixed bayonets and pedestrians had '
to step lisoly to get out of the way. '
The Japanese who came b the S.
S. Miiki Maiu have boon released '
from quarantine aud are now quar
tered iu Japanese hotels all oxer the
city. They will, howoxer, eventually
fihd their way to the dilTereut plan
tatious on the islands. The live i
hundred Japanese who came by the
Aikoku Maru will be shipped back
on the Miiki Maru on Thursduy. :
Several business houses iu town I
nre being decorated for tin prizes '
ottered by the decorating committee
for the best decorated building in
town. The attention of the com-
tnitteo is called lo tho dccorntiou on
J. T. Wotorhoiiso's Queen street I
store, where the lion mid unicorn
are upholding the shield of the
Uuited Kingdom, and propose that
Mr. Wuterhouse be given first prize.
Accidnnt to a Lady
Mrs J X. Wright met with an
itrcldcut while driving toward home
ou Kingstn-el near I lie Ixawainhno
church this foroiioon A I'liiiiamau's
wagon ran into her carriage and up
set it, throwing her out violent Iv
Mrs. Wright heroically held on to I lie
reins, and was dragged a distance of
fifty or sixty feet before she let go.
Shu sustained painful injuries to her
right arm, besides minor bruises, but
was abU lo bo about this afloruuou.
Sp-cml Moiitmi; ot the Kxncuttvii
mi (I Advisory Councils.
Thoro vvas a speeial meoting of
the Executive ami Advisory t.'oun
cil this afternoon. Pio.si.nt: Provi
dent Dole, Mil isters Hatch, King
and Miutli; Councillors iiiior
members had served without
Tliev had met utiostio
have puzzled any body o
great extent. '1 heir wor
if men to a
great extent, i ueir wont couni 1101
be successfully assailed except ou
political grounds. He thanked them
cordially for llieir assistance to him,
making his bunions much lighter
and ids course itsier I linn otherwise
would have been the case.
Minister Smith, amidst voices of
(Vice PrcMUcnD, Mi Landless. Allen, ' approval, complimented the Secre-
Chines". Iiipuiiosi' mill Iiuliaii (mlh!
Iiiilinu ill(H, LiiccB and Mnous,
Jupant.'Hc Crapes, CliiiifHo Matting.
Silk lluudkurchicfa, Shawls niul ScarfB.
(SrtiMi Cloth, Kattan Chaira, Etc., lite.
American and English Goods!
UAHHMKIlKh, I.INKNH. I.AW'NH. MUHI.IN8
Ladies' & Gents' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Trunk, Valii'i, Willow Ware,
Tabic Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc, Kt
0- DON'T KOIIOKT THE NUMHGKSrf
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
BENSON, SMITH & CO
IN Til KIR NEW STOHK,
now i;f faring tlu;
', Cliililtrn'ri and
in Colored and
hi'ht value iu town
Cent's Fast Hltick
a new Mock of
you are iu need of pretty
and Laces to trim them.
call on . V. KULKWS & CO. We still
have a full line of Ladies I'Jipiipoisu and
leaness Miller WaistH. Our Double "V"
Waists for Children, all ages., 'm ijirjit $.
mur and heavy weight are unexcelled.
111 XL'UANU street.
M ICKCHANT TAILOIt.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
KKW STOCK OF
Just lliM-oivotl !
t3XJITS PROM di!4 UP
Dry OtniulB. Fancy G-oodH, LawuH, Eto., Etc.. Etc
Gout's Furnishings of Every Description.
CoitXIJIt OF FoitT' AND IIOTKI. StUKKTs,
Wan rhoiine, Eun, Tommy, oung.
Xotl. Moigau, Miiidouea, iirowu,
liollo aud D. It. Smith.
A poliuoii hi the native laugiiago
was read from Kaapuna of .Nlaui,
asking (o be restored to his civil
rights, he haviug served a short
term for larceny Tim petition had
a certificate of present good charac
ter ami petitioner's fidelity to tint
The petition was ordered granted.
An invitation to attend the cele
bration of the Fourth was accented
1 Minister Siuilh presented the re-
port of the Attoruev General for
, the past iiieuuial period It was or
! tiered punted in English only Ho
I also pre-euted the report of the i
J Hoard of Health, of wlueli Urn same .
' disposition was iiiadeexeeptiug that '
llm priming was not roitrieled to
i .Minister llateli Miirodueed a bill
prov uting foi I lie pi'i elauiai ion of the
I Uepublic of li.tvvaii and the trans
(or of the property and nuihorii.v of I
the I'roviMoual li"VoMiiuoiit to the l
j Kepiiblie of Hawaii
'I he bill to iruisfer pait of Puna'
to Norili lido District pa-sul nee
Mr. hiiiuiclulli asked the Lxecu
livo for iuhirmatiou iu In whether it
wi.j dUurotluuary with tho Culleutor
tar.v, Dr. C. T. Uodgers, ou his work.
.Mr. aterhotise I houghl the nous
paper reporters deserved thanks for
Minister Smith -A necessary evil.
At .'Itailho Councils of the P. O.
v KlU. I. blll'l'l.
Ji. 3TIliTI3 TuXZ&T: 03T
DltUCJS and MHUICINKS
vii-t pli'iity iiiore on tie- sny
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tsr I'Ki.r.l'UOS'liH i -a
Soda Water with Pure California Fruit Juice.
FE3R S. S. " 3-.E3T.IO.M
Nave made unother Large Importation ot
liramU of UA
V COM ETA
OK Fill' &
Jjarj;o Aasoi'tmont of Shapon and Sizes
Temple of Fashion
S19 Fort Street
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
r'Olt ONE WEEK to make room for New Hoods to arrivn
yor S. S. Australia
Ladies' L'uderwear, HoyV Clothing. Large Assortment of Ladies' and
Large line of Woolens at l!.r.e I'lannelettei', 111 vnrd- for f LOO
Drown and While ( 'nltuu, from K to 'JO yards, , is) per pieco.
Anioskeag (iingliaiiis, 1' vntds forSI.UI. Gouts' nud Ladies' IS.tthingSutU.
Sill,, Sal ins, Serges, Lawns and Dress Good of every description
MI. Q-. SILTA., Proprietor.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's7 Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label ' Sug r Corn,
'Red Label J Oysters,
' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
i Crystal ' Rice, tXiw).
Alior Rumh will ilvnyj be found cuelll Ask jour Orocur lot tdrui
Mttolnisll lo Pfteroti Ooast Arrent.R
For Sale in Bond or Doty Paid. Cor. Fori & Merchant Streets. ' '25 Cunts will buy Dove's IMiip of Honolulu.