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LOO At. AND GENERAL HEW6
Tim S. S. Miiki Marti will loavofor
Yokohama on Saturday.
9AHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KUOM ANti AKTKKJUNK t. w. i "Rod Labid" sugar com is advcr-
tisod as a nice tiling for tliu table.
i'o Kwa Mill.
A.M. , M
tvp Honolulu .SMS 1:1ft
l,rre Pear! ;itj . ."I:) 2:30
ArriTP Kwa Mill. .9:57 2:f7
..env Kw Mill .
Lear l'parl i;lty .
. 7 tan
A. Saturdays only.
51k jnnili' :0 tUrthu
! Tho S. S. Uclgio will loao for
j Vokoliama anil Hongkoug at 5
j to-morrow morning.
Ja. F. Morgan will sell 2. pharos
Iutnr-lslnud Stoain Navigation Co.'s
stock at noon Saturday.
Tim prizes won in tlio sporls yes
terday can bo scoured from T. I'.
Lansing on Saturday morning.
Quito a number look advantage of
tlio railway excursion to Kwa Planta-
W' i . .i
4:l Kiln tion and ivarl hariior yesterday.
Tho oflieors or tlio U. H. S. Fliiln
dolphin kopl open houo yesterday.
A lino littieh w.ts served on board.
Soultor A. do Souzi Canavarro,
Portuguese Chargo d'Alfniro, ar
rivod homo on tin- S. S. Mariposa.
THURSDAY, JULY R, 18M
Ti'rsmr, July a.
Etuir 1'clo Irntu Mnkanuil
W.iiir.nsY, July I.
tt M 8 9 Mariposa, liny ward, from Sm
Stmr Ka.sla (rum Knlitiku
Tni-Bi)r, Jul) ft.
r M 8 H Helgln, Wnlk.T, from S.m t'nin-
Stmr V O Hull from Hawaii nud Minn
Btinr.tsmes .Mukt-c from Knuul
tittnr Wnlnk'ftln from Kmi-il
Tnt'iuiMY, July 0
I How the Day was Celebrated In
i and About Honolulu.
Sketches of tbe Various Events Id the
Nov. Dr. Penrose arrived on tlio S.
S. Mariposa. Ho will occupy tlio
pulpit in tlio Out nil Union Church.
F. Godfrey and M. D.nis display
ed (ho only two American llag from
King to School struct on Nu 'inn
The steamer Kuala will take
twenty four male and It female Japa
nese immigrant to Wainnno planta
tion thi afternoon
J. F. Morgan will ell the hoite
hohl furniture of .1. L. Busho at
the rosideiieo, No. 'JV, King street,
at 111 o'clock to-iuntrnw.
R M S Marlpoia, Haywnnl, (or tlio Culo
nlei vii bunion nt ft 1 m
H I J M Kongo (or Yokolmina nt ft i in
8tm r Kaula fur I'luinluu and Knhiiku nt
l a in
ritinr Wain nip fur llninnkim
Fori street School closing oor
cise.s will tiko place from ! to l'J to
morrow forenoon Parent mid
friends aro cordially invited.
had loading narts in tho exercises.
! After thoso lind liogun President
I Dole was called up, and upon as
, ceuding tho platform tho head of
tho young Republic was loudly op
! platided. Aftor tho public baud had
Tho Hags over almost all the dif- ;
f.. ..... .t....Hiilnh.4 nr.t lltilit. r.l ti'tlf. i
l7t.ll lUinilKIIVS I..U ... III.4 1.V l.rtll- . i vl ', . a ,
mast out of respect to tho memory "V tt",t l . . .1' i i ,i
of lWilfiil Cnrii.it of France. . Mr. N illis said ho thanked tho
, committco for tho compliment paid
The first assistant engineer on the him by calling him to tho chair, and
Six-oar gifjs Entries; I'hiladel-
phia, Champion and Kongo. Owing
to au accident to tho Champion s
gig, thoy withdrew and tho race was
between thoothor two. Tho Kongo i
boat took tho lead, but was uuablo !
to hold it. Tho Philadelphia fin-
ished two seconds ahead, timo 21.11. '
Shell racot botwoeu Kuby Dexter
and Harris. Course to buoy off
tho Myrtle boathouo and return.
Dextor won, timo Ih.'iti. Harris'
tlmo !l:i:t. lloth shells belonged '
to tho Myrtle lloat Club. '
Four-oar dingies Kntries: Phila
dolphia, Kongo and Alice (native
crow). Tho Kongo" took tho lead,
and held it to the spar buoy, wheto .
in turning, the Alice shot inside ami
took tho load home. The Alice won
in 21:11!, Philadelphia second.
Tho Catamaran race was between
tho Champion aml Kongo, tho
Philadelphia boat hating been with-
drawn. Tho Kongo won handily.
Swimming race. Coure from can
buoy to the bow of II. Jl. At. S. ,
Champion. Won by Pita, Skuso I
(Champion) second. Ins seconds bo
hind, Auat'leto third.
Twolvo-oar bargo race. This was
the race of the (lay, and cousidera-'
hie interest was taken in it. Tho
Philahelphia entered the Charles
ton, tho Champion tho Hauakeoki
mid A. L. C. Atkinson the Kulia
ikatiuu. The Kullaikauuu manned
bv boat boys was the favorit". At
tfio start the Hauakeoki had tho
best of it. and held the position up
to tho lighthouse, where tho Kulia
ikanuu crawled up. In turning at
tho spar buoy tho Kulialkanuti shot
ahead, and tho Philadelphia boat
Charleston parsed the Hauakeoki a
little later. Tho time at the finish
was as follows: Kuliaikaiiuu, l!t:r5,
Charleston. 11 seconds later.
Sccoud-class yacht raco Won by
Alary Walding. There were three
played tho overture, "Festival" b . other entries: Edith L, Coral Queen
Hermann, J. 13. Atherton introduced ami Pokii.
Headquarters for White Goods
3sr. s. s.a.o:eis'
There was glorious weather for
tho glorious anniversary of Ameri
can Independence. Everybody kot
holiday and the day was on tlio
whole up to tho host in obsorvaneo
ever celebrated here. Below will bo
found sketches of tho principal
At 10:!tt) o'clock tho literary mer
cises began in a large permanent
tiaUlion just erected by J. X.
Wright on his promises known as
Little Britain. His Excellency A. S,
Willis, United States Minister, was
President of tlio Day With htm on
the platform were Admiral Walker
and Capt Barker of tho V. S. Ilag-
ship Philadelphia, and those who
Ura. A. iT. Allen
. 20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarnnparilla was
j Equal to tho Emorgoncy
Pltirtv, CJillU and rcwr UUk
IO Vcrfrct Cure.
I " Att r my baby vim born I cot Inta rery iert
oni coalition, li.ilni:t''cuM), ilillli ar.d feter,
cradiully iltelojiln-: Into milk leg Wullte 20
miles (rum n tliyll:in stul tll.l not knovr nhat
to do. rinallyaflcrn urrnidrnlof antrcr
! I ban to Uko Ilo'xl'a Sir9.i.irilt.i and
when I nat!tngth tlilnl tmttle I eouM
It Was Doing Mo Good.
I continued with anntlirr bottl", nml ffeoTred
torapldly ttistnow taut la gd bratlli. 1
Hood's s Cures
cordially rrfommn'l It as a p.iod mfdlctna."
Mn. A t. Au sv, Toiry. Washington.
Hood PIII9 curs alFMrtr lilt, lllllout
litis. Jtkitntllce, linllff ttlon, Sick IIJcb.
MOMHON. NKW.MAN A 00.,
Agents (or Huwnilan Ulsndi.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices i
NMVHOOK.H In Plain, ytriiH-.l, (Iht-rka and Plain.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM OILADKa AMI IMtH'KH.
PIMITIP.8 In Btrlrod, Checks, I'lal.ls ami Hair l.ne
INDIA I.INONS. BATISTE AND COTTON CRAI'KS.
CC )TTOS M U LLS I N W II I T K. C R K A M M M K t
IMMK.NSK VAKIKTV OK
WHITE . C3-003DS
AN KNIII.KW VAIIIBTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItolllKIIY KHOINn.i In Swl". Nnln-ixilr ami l(n tn'ttiric in
All Wlilths wltli luTtlnc ! Mst.li.
AlluTor Embroidery, Embroidery Floonces and Demi Flmuicea.
Lacos of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
Won by tho
sun in uko ic
B H Mllkl .Viru, '1 lionitijnn.dir Yokohama
i'IkIc, Walker for Yokolmmn
(I a.iril. 1 liomiu
lo (or .MnkuwHl
Oarcooa from Ulnnd Ports
Slinr Knnln '.Vi' l"K" sunr, 2S ImIN Ii Oi-k.
0 pkK uniilrli-'.
From Kniinl. or -loir Wiilnlcnlc. Jul) ft '
J t'umiliiidinm, .M llrnnvh, W l) Hit Ith
Krein Han ruinoUco, pur Imrk Amlrru
Wrkli,July.-.MI.t Key, Mrs luiius, Mr!
and Mm I'mit.
Krom San KmiilHOo, per SH lU-lnK'. Jul)
ft I ol Alexander llutu, H hll v-rliiiir.
Matter Mlltoiifiilvurstono. Sl-p1itjii l'M;ur,
0 A dih.cklii, II J riolliicW, -ii for YoLo- I
i.atuii ufil I for tloiiKkoii.
I'tdin Sail Kraiii'lx-n. inr H S Mnrli.n.ii. ,
Juh 4 Win J) llttNHx In, Itev Ylrif I llniir.
MlvK llrown, MUiCru-liy, It II follliT.
Mrs Itobt l'o-j, M ilc S Uiiiiavnrru, II
Ilhllnilsy, Ourliiiiii I) (illiiiiin mi ulfu l'J
I.ui1wIkcii, Mii' lli'liu Hunt. Oi-o 0 Kin
ney, Uco l.)CiirKU', Mrx M A Mlik, Mli
Molck, Ittvriti.vm II I. IVnro-i'. Ki'v K M
L'ricomid v.lfc, MIh I'rlf,-, IlrCK Itltiuiml
mIIc. JIlMUmi M ijccimiili, llrtl A rilivl
10 U nnd wlfi-, Mini MpiMlliu. V V Vunr, i'
L Wlaht, K Wnti-rlioiiM-. W Wolliirx. S" II
WiKuii'on. 1'or Aui'kliiiid' A i llanklvr,
V M llankliT, (i llfiiil)lii, J ll-n.l) -le
Jorriili Jay nnd wile. It I nmpHrt. Mo
Htcailinan Korrtydnry; J J Atvlii r, U-n
I' llntlcr, (lu Pnino, (.'linn I'd-oiiiiui. M
trtlicl. Kllx l.culiu-n. Jnim1 Muwliln-
n-y, II Itultiou, Mil--K ll'tliU'ii. Mrr h I.
mIIIiiiiiii, A Itlclit. r. Ml J K liiik-r V
0 Wllv ii,
Kor tin rolon en, irr S MnrlMi.i, July
t J Kettle Mi- Keltic midliiiif;liivr,Joliii
Sfmpioti, Mrr Vim Tuik mid 2 n-er
l'or Yokolmoin, if r S S llvlnlr, Julv ft
W W Whlimv, Mri-Wlilliun. It ( llnliv,
W 11 i.'rwki-r. I-: W IVnllvld. i men 2
wuiuvii nudi'liililri.'ii Clilin"e Hi eme (or
A8SABUINATION OK OaKNOT
TUm PraUI(int of France la Troiicli
uroualy Done to UimtU.
By the steamer Mtriposa tho
hocking iiowh cornea of tho foul
murder of Aloux. Curuot, J'rosiduul
of Franco. Ho was at Lyout- visit
ing the exhibition. After attending
a banquet at tho Chamber of Com
tnorce. the night of Juno 21, the
President entered n carnage t 11:1ft
p. m. to go to the t heat or. A young
man jumped out of tho crowd ax the
oarringo was leaving, and, Hpriugiug
on tho carriage stop stabbed Pioai
dent Curuot tu tho abdomen. The
President fell back houseless and
was carried to tho Prefecture. Emi
nent doctors were hummoued but
they could not stop tho hemorrhage,
and President Curuot died soon
S. S. Mariposa injured his kneo cap
on the trip down. Ho was taken to
the (Queen's HopiUl vesterday even
iug. The Japanese training ship Kongo
will leave for Vokoliama at o'clock
t hi evening. It is bMiuved she will
go to the scene of the Coroau trou
ble. The S. S. Mariposa arrived yester
day evenintr. after a smart passage
if six davs from San I raneiseo.
Purser Smith reports au
Tho American Vaudeville Co will
ttlin :ui entertainment at I lie Opera
House this evening. Tlio S. S Bel
ic will not loavo until to-tuorniw
Randall, a young m-iu who is
travelling around the world on it
wager. Is a through pas" nger on
tho S. .S Mariposa, lie is nut sup
on behalf of tho United States he
extended a cordial weleomo to citi
zens of tho United States, and not
only to citieus of tho United Slates,
but to all who sympathized with re
Prof. W. W. Lovejoy. a distin
gulshed visitor from America, de
livered an Invocation of a very
touching nature, full of human
brotherhood anil sympathy for tho
unfortunate. Ho thanked God for
the liuht that came from Rome and
.": 'j. M ...1....1 ....i 1..11....1 ...i
Utievoutliil , siueau 10 rjuginuu nun iiuiiauo, nun
! that inspired their fathers for the
salu ol religious lltierty lo cross mo
1 wateof waters. Ho prayed that in
thco blissful Isles there might no
longer be political animo-ities.
Thanks wore olTeiod for tho event
of that morning. Alight tho now
Constitution be a banner of liberty.
After a praying for bles-iugs upon
the United States, ho besought di
vine blosnbisM for that ureal empire
wIiio.miii inner Mil, miht shokeep
The ollicers for tlio day were as
follows: Starter, ('. It Wilson;
Judges, Captain A. Fuller, Captain
C. J. Campbell, Lieut W At. Wood,
(Philadelphia), Lieut. S. K. C. Gib
bous (Champion), Lieut. It. Ido
'Kongo). Tho arrangements wore
to perfect that everything passed on
without a hitch. Frank J Kruger
acted as time keeper. Through tho
kindue-s of Admiral Walker a steam
launch was placed at the disposal of
the judges. Tho j ulges and mem-,
bers of tho press were treated to a i
delightful dinner on board the :
The athletic sports began nt 2
o'clock at Little Britain. J W.
Jones acted as siarlor and J. L.
Torbert was time keeper. Tho fol
lowing is a ilsl o.' the uvouts ami tho
100 yards race - P. Pryco won the
a KID, I. SUH
Ami (Unity omrr en tie uy
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
-TKi.Ki'ims i:h r.'i -m
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
po,ed to bog or nsl for any an, . or 4,m,.r ,(f t.Muh lltl, tl),r!
it i iv i ! fi,i' r hi iii"i iimv i
slay for a while.
final in II ! seconds, J
Notices appoar olsowhero regard
iug the recent eliauue of ownership
of the Honolulu Carriage Manufac
tory. W. W Wright, the prceiit
proprietor, will ho able lo handle a
larger business there than at his old
stand lately burned down.
The California Pi nil Market re
ceived through its refrigerator from
the Coast purS. S. Maripna. peaches,
plums, apricots, elterries, celery,
caubllower, ruubarb,apar('giis, fresh
salmon, crabs, friv-'ii onteri, New
Zealand apple-, lime', etc.
There was scarcely as large an at
teudniiee at the rille match of the
II It. A. yelnnhty a at former
meetings, Smue excellent shooting
was done, all the mure creditable on
account of halibut,' winds. The
score ate deferred for want of epaec.
I''ive pi'Minorc were pardoned ye.
t onlay. They were J. R. Mills, in
for manslaughter; l.ui. the South
Sea Islander who shot Chtis Hiram,
Auieric-in cniiors ami soliliers were
praj ill for, also all in authority in
there islands. A fervent jietition
was o He red for "her who lias ox
changed a phu-e of authority and
power for oiio of retirement, that
she might be bles-ed with health
and long life and happiness, nud at
last be ushered into the heavenly
Tlio "Battle Cry of Precdom" was
1 uug by the nudieiieo to b.tnd ac
Ill calliui; for the reailinir of the
Declaration of Independence, .Mr.
Willis spoke of tho great bell of
liberty which proclaimed liberty to
1 till I lit nations of tho world.
I Prof. Leo Cooper read the groat
I document In an exceedingly impres
Hive manner, iteiog repealeilly ap
J. It. Catlo read au address pre
pared by W. N. Armstrong, which
sought "to trace the evolution of
liberal Institutions in these islands.
A male ehorits, led by W I. War
riuer, gave a Hue reuditiou of "Over
P. V. Jones L'ave a rovised version
Mnmlinirlironil jumii .1
thin, Tom Pryco. II.J feet.
Running bronil jump -A.
II. Hnpai, 18 feet 10 inches.
Basket Pola'o Race (juv
lolin Aylett, hcliiclu.
Illilynids race (juvenile) Arthur
Baseball-:-Association, renoh ma. ssi-xoe ta.t $aas
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
tho KtngV coachman; Kahalekulu, ! of hi annual Hpeech upon his revo-
liapauui tuniiveh) ami iowalu, a
Jap. l.ui and Towalu will have to
leave the count rv
The assassin is au Italian. He
had concealed a poignant in a pack
age, ho thai it could be used, in its
diabolical purpose, without reuiov
iug its 'iveriug. The murderer wan
with ditiiciillv LMinrdcd from turn-
roary veugennco at tho hand.i of the ' ial.
John Casituir-Perrior has been
chosen succenaor to the slain I'resi
Judge A (j. At. Robertson, as
special Couimin-iouer of Private
Wayn and Water Rights, has run i
dered Ins decision in tho long-pond- !
iug ntlii. ti water c;imi. It is in
favor of I lie thirty-eight persons
having the controversy with tho '
Wiiiliiku sugar plantation.
Dick Brash the printer, employed
by It, tlit. Uriove, lost his balance on
it vetauda railiutr while ho was
watching the fireworks hist night.
lie fell to the ground, breaking a
I leg. When .Mr. (J novo heard of I ho
i accident this inoriiiu he had the in
jured mati put in l ho Queen - lloipi
Harry Wngouon, a young college
Btudeut who was working hi pass,
ago from San Francisco on tho bark
Andrew Wolch, lost his life while
tho vessel was oir port Tuesday
morning. Wngouon was working on
deck when, ho was struck by a
swinging boom nud thrown into the
sea. A life buoy was thrown to him,
and, although ho caught hold of it,
he was never seen but ouco again.
Ho sank just as a boat was being
lowered from tho bark to go to his
assistance, Tho Andrew Welch camo
into port with her ensign Hying at
Robert W. Wilcox wisho to enter
a denial of tho Advertiser's state
iiiout that he had been worsted in
au encounter with C V. K. Dove and
was wearing a much damaged face
His damage is very slight and ho was
prepared lo take more if it h td ben
ottered and could hate I u givmi.
Tho quarto) occurred outside of the
restaurant at King and Alaltea
streets, being occasioned b a politi
cal dUc.uiou over tho piouiiilgatiou
of the Couitituliou which hud jut
Oiilv 71 of tlio Miiki Muni'- ICin)
, to 17(10 .l-ipaiH'-u labor iinmigiant
' leiuaiti in Honolulu. All have hecu
I distributed hut 71 Tin so will go to
i phiinniioiis bv the W. I). Hall on
, Friday. Tho Japanese who crowded
their countrymen's holds hero were
from tho Aikoku Marti and not the
i steamer fust named.
I A very plea-ant subscription dance
! was given at the Myrtle Bo.it Club's
I house hist night 'i'hotjuiuiet Club
gave line music and Uieie was a iuot
congenial coiuuauv. Au abundance
of tool ii-iiine icfio'hinont-, includ
ing ice cream, mi' siirvnd. Mrs L
llougli, who in iiiage-l th event,
with the other ladies asistiu, is to
lie coogialul, iti..l on tie- line' ,
Willi creilitable enterprise the
Fourth of Julv eouiiuiitco bought
a luruo lot of Japanese firework, lor
da) .tit I night ii-"-. fr mi Itoliau. The
dit) pv iii-cIiiiici wir lei olT from
luilcpouiloiicc I'm , to tlio gren' do
light of thousands. The) comprised
llaj:- of all nit urns, g,ild'n showei,
diluted Hie bills, etc. The UU'i
ilispla) at the LxiH-utivii liuddoig
I va goigism
lutionary ancestors and their aunt's
sisters. Ho provoked much laughter
b) his frcipicut humorous hits. In
opening his remarks ho announced
that Air. Wright had decided to
change the name of tho demesne i
whereon the pavilion stood from
"Little Britain" to ' Independence '
Park." Ho dedicated his wpecch to
Sauford II. Dole, President of the
Republic of Hawaii (applause).
Captain Al. C. Cochrane, of tho
United Stutos Marine Corps and
I serving on tho Philadelphia, deliver
ed the oration of the day. It wus
j inaiulv occupied with Hawaiian nf
faits. The speaker gave iiuipialiliud
, praise to the leaders ami supporters
j of the revolution and the cause of
annexation From his remembrances
of a former visit ho spoke of tho
I st long American texture and tend
encies o( the different communities
of those. Maids, Among other
; things ho said was thaf when the
' sun went down that night it would
I have set on n whole hemisphere con
' initiing no other form of govern
I incut than that of free republics.
Captain Cochruuo is a fluent
speaker and evidently pleased his
After tho singing of "America" by
I the assemblage, the proceedings
. cood with a medley of music by
There must have been a thousand
of people in ami about the pavilion.
After the eeicises picnic baskets
wcie produced and those who did
not have such were well supplied, at
moderate prices, in n refreshment
booth on the grounds.
The limit Hiicoh.
Giles, Reuben Kintiev, l'J
Pole Vault (1. Angus,
stead, S feet 7 inches.
Quarter mile race .1.1. King, W (
I). Armstrong, 1 minute I second. '
Bool and shoo race (juvenile)- W.
Roland, J. Ay let I.
Hop, step and jump A. Tyrrell,
T. White, its feet J inches.
.Match race, Its) yards - W. B.
Bolster and C. J. Diet Bolster
won. Time, '2 seconds.
Three legged race ijuvenilo) -W.
Austin nml J Ayletl, M liotolho i
ami J. Suarez.
I'JOyds. hitnllo race Vula Thrum,
J. Wright, IK seconds.
Running high jump A Tyrell. J.
C'nustino, I feet H inches
Potato raco ijuveuile) J Santos,
Jim Kaharua raco !. I'erreira, K. I
The decorating cotinuillee ap
! pointed by tho Fourth of July gou
' oral committee have received the
i following from tho Art League ap
' pointed to award prizes for the best
1 decorated building in town:
i "To Hi' IKiitrnlimi ('itiiiiiiillf' it III f
Fuitrlh July (ltUriHmu
"CitNTi.i:jii:.: -Wo have a.vnnlt'il
the prizes for decoration of build
ings as follows: Nt prize. Castle A;
Cooke; 2d prize, luter-lshiud S. S.
Co.; .'Id prize, O.ihu Jail; Ith prize,
Safe Deposit Co.; fith prize, Pan
"I). II Hncitioi h. Chairman.
"Honolulu, July I"
Tho decorations were v or) pretty,
and the choice was nut au onsv one.
- v-a -
Saturday Afternoon, July 7tti,
AM Vorif (lllOCEU KOK
A.T 3l30 0-C2.0CJS.
A : NEW : UliPARTUIIli
ur This Brdnrt will always bi ro-jnd Reliabli and Good Value, -vj
The Hawaiian Messenger Service funn -. P9ternon. oohi. .A.s?nr.H
U M. .I'liis-ns, Miinsi'er
utiul 599 TELEPHONES Boll 559
Ottir hi Mnsotilo lliilldiiii,'.
I We arc iirrparvd to luriefli t'liKormed
Mcseii(fi nt Mil hours 1'r ui.iiu-rs iitnl
I -atl.tui-tl'in tiutininiei' I You riu us up
Mid we Mill do tliu rot
1 gm- Hourly rules inc. Ker ll-lnnc
ratn ! Menrelicer's Mnp lt7l-'f
'oritur Kin: A .Suiimiii Ms
Kew WoiiKk. Manunf
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard & Roudlug Room
riiKU in rwiMN.
Wi; juv iniw i.ftVriiijr tin
in Lmiiiist', Cliililn'ii's and
lln.siiM'y. .Ititst ivi't'lvt'il
UioiityH in (Joloi'cd ami
Liiiwiis, cic. ii you lire
Wash MaU-rials tmd Litfcs.
tall on Ii. V. KHLKUS A:
liiivc a lull lint- of l.adifs,
Wuihts. for (Jhi
iiht ami ht'avy
be-1 altii' in town
(U'l Pat lilaeK
a iii-vv htock of
C ). W'v
Waists. Our Doulilf
divu. all iiov.. in lio-ht
. . r
'I'D KICK Nlt'Kl.Y
1 llislltlll ItlUIIUS lit No.
1 (ianlen l.ime. su.'-tl
Tho Loaguo Oiimo.
Tho grand stand at the League
grounds was comftrlalily I'd led nt
!l:!l(l o'clock yesterdat afternoon, the
attraction being the baseball game
between the Kaiiiehamehas nml Ha
waiis, The Hawaiis had W. F. Kuao
in tho box, W. Ahin being put on
first base. Tim Kniuohniuohns with
S. Alahuka in the In won the game
1 1 v a scoie of 7 to I
The Hoc ptlon
HOI SB A Sl l.i T AT
Kiii'i, llimohiiu Apply
on p'eiin-es. or ol
JOI. m sjANTOm.
till liotinl htiMiiinT V I) Hull.
III NIT AN U STRKK'I
M KI.C11ANT TAI LOU.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW rtroi'K K
S. Minister Albert S. Willis and
gave a reception at tho lluwui
Ml t'imj t O'ofiMii.'i toi '!' ,if
li 'jniytty fs,..i;( ii U w ui ,o lif
The lirsl event on the program
was a i oared sliding seat race, tho
entiles heing the M v rlle's Alice Al
and the Honlani's t'arl W. The
Myrtle boat lo.ili ihe lead ami main
lamed il to the lluih, time 17m
see. Ileahlllis fi ecouils later.
Shore boats, single fciiIIs I'Jverv
Time, John Mahuka sculler, tune
1 1 mill
Twelve oar etitteis Futiios; Phi
ladelphia, Champion and Kongo.
Won callv by tho Philadelphia in
'il tlit, the Kongo mound.
lau Hotel I rout .1 ! n ociocK in Hie
afternoon. The hotel parlor was
clouded with people dining that
tune. The t!nghp band plajed in
the baud land and the Quintet
Club on tie hotel veranda dining
t'hnuiberlain's is ihe liest of all.
iuceiit .1 ll-irltl.of D.iutiury, Iowa,
has used ( hamlieilaiii st.oiigli Keut
e,i whenever in m-ed ol a ineitieino
for coughs and colds, for the past
live jonrs and says "Ii always helps
me out H aii)oiie asks me what
loud of cough medicine I us", I re
pi.v. t'liamhoilaiu's. that is ihe host
nl all. '.','i and Mie bottles for sale
by all dealms. Benson, Smith .v
Hirt-et. for cltluir Imn
iinlrriitf I'o' psrtli'iilurN
r w.MKiKt on rni'.
i ili'.ii'li, L.iiofort.ilni'
ipturters for olio or two Sin
L'le iifiilh'iiifii. Iiniird oi-
tlointl tutt liinu fni'iliiis kooiI
1 I'lllur- flluillrr
uii.1 il Ui'l I l-Ti
, l.'Kll A TKItM OP N"T
1 less thin live wi.ru th'
ltiilili iii'i' on Vnifjnrd
irril. ri"-tuitly Mvupii'i by
llii uu,h"H),,i,il. Vfi eoii
thill)! in spjiV ii inirdii in
out ol lo o vppit e
oil il X.
lly or tltiiriTit
' nu l-CzMUii".
Ilppl III tills
SUITS flsiOM 0)14 UP
Uiy (.ooiih. Fanov Gi.odn. Lawnst. Etc,
Bio . Bto
Gent's Furuishings of Every Description.
m Temple of Fashion
ill' I H'K
51 jToi't Street.
i Tvl ,
-it. nt. i-wry-luwii
Clearance Sae Monday, July 2d
FOR (INF WF.FK
to make ro un (or New
yer S S Austtalia
Ibiods to arrive
Clothiug. Large -,irt iutiit
fur ?l m
Aguuli fur tho llawaiiuu Ul-
III' I.K'I I'SnilSls'll.H Till-
In um- niiiI ,riiulo' iN'iiuitKst lit i 'net.
SI lt III Niiusmi vui'uv. opiHiiiii ihti I'mioit
iil,f) ruud ltViMli fi'i't sb iVf n IpVi-I
rriimeam ,ivm thv i;uli'. I'o; ,sirtiiular
i-nipilrv on tliu pri'iulns or id II. Mis, I,
Murvhani itrl. mttululn; lllihui U.ml
Ladies I nderwear, llov
( 'llllllli-o's Sihiies
l.aige hue of Woolens at iV I'laniieleties. Ki ard
I tl. ,11 11 'lllll IV ll ,1.. I '..I I ..... I m. ... .!..... i ri ... .
V V " ' " " "inii.. iiiiiii - nt .ii r,i,. ,? .,, 1,1, .,.,.
Au.oMoaginughani- IJva.ds for .jl. m Ci.-iita.- ami Ladies" Bathing !
hill,., s.iitus. .so.rge.. Liwns and )res il L of every description
M. O. 3ILVA, Proprietor,
425 Uuiits will buy DovcVb Mup of Honolulu.