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I LOCAL. AND GENERAL, NKWB
Tlio Hoyal Arthur is expected hero
1 Tlio Cropnn(s anil JIawniis will
play basL'lcill to-morrow.
M-A.I&INE3 NE W3. Ving Fat Chan, furniture tln1er,
haui a card in tlii paper.
FOBT STREET 80HO0L.
A 0A8E OF SUICIDE.
FRIDAY. JULY 0. 1894
Bo tho Coroner's Inquost Dncido
the Pauoa Road Tragedy.
FnuiAY, .Tuly ft.
0 40 8 S tlclinV, Wnlkcr (or Yokohama
fjtiur Jas Mnkce forKipn at t ) in
The Thistle Cluli will utpet
cveiiinu; in its new quarters.
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
8 8 Mllkl Mini. TliointHon, for Yokohamn
Kttur 1'elo lor Mn'tmvoll
Cargoes from Islaud Forts.
Btmr W O Hntl-51:! Imjt ngnr IS .ne
coffee, MJ hti nwa, m head cattle, M
( Willie W'iltlef won tlm hieyole rano
, at the Maui raeui on .July I.
j Ioptity-M-rhnl Ilrowu returned
l from his vacation on the V O Hall
' yesterday evening.
lT. S. S.
It9 Closing Exhibition Takes PI ceo
Before Many Visitors.
There was n largo attendance of
visitors at the closing exercises of
Fort-street school this morning. W.
It. Castle. president, J'rof. Alexander.
Mrs. Dillinuham. Mrs. Dodue and
Antouel'orry, members, of the Board taking all tho evidence, which
of Kductiou, and A. T. Atkinson, in- almost the same as given in
speetor-ireuoral of schools, Desuies
I many parents and friends were in
Hood'sOures Headquarters for White Goods
from t'liwnll and Mnnf, yrr 'nir V (1
ilnll, Jnly 0 Dpintiy-Mr.ihitl A llrnwn, .1
M MouaarMt, J Cimiiljell, 1 MoTuIkIi, II V
Mfson, A White, V ilaMcnd, t) llrlto.
0 Kookp. 3 M Onilinm Mix D.iwm.
I'eim. Mls l JVdrti. Mrs Knilnc. t'nu
AnUrrtvs, K M I'i'll u, .1 llolt, J V hflii
koa, Mm Alnnti , W H Wi'tilnitu, V llll.ln.
Col a N.-rrK Mr K Jonc, K 0 IVori, W .1
ForMnulntid llnnll, o rstinr Wilflli
oIp. July o (.'ant Alilhum. A !J Wlloox. 0
Wlhu.i. IT Jotic, II I" lliMvln. o K
Wilder, W llurn-r, V V I'okiu- nnd IM
Five deseiter.s from the
Philadelphia have hcu
since Wednesday last.
The lady members of the Hoard
of Iulneatioii are making foils of
inspection to the schools.
The S. S. Miikl Marti will leave for
Yokohama to-morrow wilh oter one
thousand Iapnui'.e, returning home.
JommiIi I'niko, Sr will not be res
ole lor anv Debts contracted in
MI- ! P?"'1
iirli-o ' his U.'i
THE CHINA BTEAMERS
Changes to bo M.ttlo by the O. & O.
8. (J. CO.- Tho Coptic to Hoptnco
the Oceanic. '
The O. i: O. steamer Oceanic will
uinko one more round trip between
San Francisco and China and Japan,
And will thou be sent to England to
bo reGtted ami re-engiuid. Her
place nti the China route will be
taken by the Cantie, a vest-el eapa
bio of making 17 knots, which ves
sel will be sent In the Coast in Nov
ember next. When the Oceanic is
ngaiu ready to resume service she
will be a very speedy ship--18 knots
being calculated as her Improved
speed. The Hclgic and Gaelic will
also be treated in the same manner
as tho Oceanic, after her return to
tho Coast. The inroads made by
the Canadian I'acillc S. S. Co. into
tho business of the Occidental ami
Oriental and Pacific Mail lines have
necessitated those companies inak
ing the above chauges on their
Speed and magnificent cabin ac
uommodatiouM ntich as the steamers
Empress of India, Kmpress of China
nud Empress of Japan of the Cana
dian Pacific line olfer as au induce
ment to secure patrouago are what
tho Sau Francisco company desire
to secure. A cut iu rates may bo
tulkod of later.
Miss Coursen i still in rltariro of
the primary department, and the
work of (lie little ones there is evi
dence of hpr rare powers of iustrttc
tiou. Moot of the writing anil free
hand decorating on slate and black
b ard would do no discredit to chil
dren two or threo grades higher.
Tlio reciting was delightfully clear
nnd detoid of stumbling. There
were fifty pupils iu their seats. All
of the room above are fortunate in
having the basis of intructiou so
well and truly laid by Miss Coursen.
Miss Walker has the next room.
She is very successful in guiding the
juvenile hand into a good style of
peitmaiisli p. Menial arithmetic is
another specialty with her, many of
the pupil being fairly entitled to
the designation of "lightning calcu
lators." Written arithmetic and
dictation exercises show painstaking
Mis Moore's room, next, wan
beautifully decorated, by the hands
of the pupil, witli festoon, wreath",
bouquets ami banks of greenery ami
llowers. The written exerci.es here
were superb not only iu mechanical
execution but iu originality. Alt
s' raels of reading lesous, exereies
iu various branches and social corre
spondence nil were done with most
admirable neat ue.ss. The pupils get
hero a line start iu practical lan
guage work. They are also ad-
vauced iu mental arithmetic, iu
, which they made an excellent show
ing. Miss Tuck iu the next grade de
', serves special mention for instruc
tion iu map drawing and writing
exercises in nit branches taught
there. A comparison between speci
mens of one boy's writing when ho
came from the Coast iu September
last nud in June was a telling evi
deuce of progress.
Mis Carter's pupils in the next
room above gave striking evidence
on this occasion of their attachment
j to ami esteem for their teacher. In
tho llrt place they made the room
I n perfect bower "of Mowers and
greenery, tho odor greeting one's
I olfactories on eulorini? with a tie
i lightsome welcome. Then class A
; took the opportunity of presenting
A Coroner's inquest was held by
Marshal Hitchcock at ,'l o'clock tea
terday afternoon on the suicide and
attempted murder case on the Pauoa
roau yesieruay morning. Alter
L'lven in the
Ucllktiv. tho jury returned the fol
"That tho said Manuel Freitas
camo to his death by a gunshot
wound inflicted by hiunelf at Pauoa.
at or about the hour of U:.')0 a. ui. of
July r, mil."
The woman is still alive ami re
ceiving all possible caro at the
Queens Hospital. It is expected
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Sclgo-f clatlo Rhoumotlsm
she will recover, although badly dis
figured. Manuel L-reitas was a mem
ber of Co. C of I he P. G. volunteers,
nntl through his Association with the
military he secured the cartridges.
Tlio funeral took place this after
uoon. HE'OONITtON BV AMERICA
3ST. S. SACH
THE VANDEVILLE COMPANY
They Olvo an Entertainment at the
ime without his written order.
Twenty-live shares of the 1. I.S.
X. Co.'s stock will bn o!d at auction
by Jas. F. Morgan at I'J o'clock to
morrow. Ivwong Sing l.oy has eulargid his
store at -107 King trci t nud put in a
complete line of gent's soilings nl
II. I). M. S. Champion indulged iu
torpedo practice I his forenoon. There
was a large crowd on shore to w.t
uess the movements.
i Seuhor j.ileSou..i('auavarro, who
returned on the S. S. .Mariposa, hn
re-assumed the duties of Coimil
General for Portugal.
There will bo a cricket match be
tween the Champions and a local
team at .'I o'clock to-morrow after
noon on the Kecrcaliou ground
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuiiauii street. Lodging by
day, week or month Terms: 2." and
Wcetith .r niglii; fl and H."ir per
A card has been received from
C'sp'.niu Cochrane, thanking thocdi-
' tor of I he IIii.i.ktis 'for compliiueii-
I Inrv references to hi rehire of the
Four women -Sarah, Mrs. Mae,
I Kawaha and Juliet -went around iu
a hack on the Fourth of July eve
j serenading. It is said the fair sere-
t nailers made heaps of money.
The meseiiL'er bovs of the Ha
waiian Me-enger Service were about i.MissCaiter with a gold breastpin
the sticels yesterday. They wore garnished with several moonstones
nutty uniforms of blue eriro with Class IJ went ouo bettor with a
rod stripes and Hawaiian iiartcru , silvoMiiounted crystal inkstand and
buttons. ' K'hl pen and holder. Meutal anil
, ... ,. . , . written arithmetic, language lessons
J. Simpson, he engineer who sel d ,rnwig are Here carried
npthomilh.nlheMaliaweliplanta. oll ilinvnyto show very distinct
linn mini mil i " r - i -
iiuut iktiutiit I'll wn tin; k.M j 'inn
posa yesleiilay evening lor the
Colonic, He returns to S.otlaud
by way of Africa.
Louis Wohiier, ciusiuecr iu the em
ploy of the I. I.S. N. Co. look the
position of firl n-'l.inl engineer
on tho S. S Mariposi. The engineer
is iu I he Queen's Hn.-pittil, having
met with au accident on the wa
The American Vaudoville Co. gate
an entertainment at the Opera
House yesterday evening. The com
pany is on its way to Yokohama,
whero the members intend playing
a season. About H o'clock only
standing room was available, The
program opened with "A Model
Pair," in which D. Kelly, Alfred
James, Miss Fanny Lidtlianl and
Miss Height Grey participated.
James Uoyer followed In an over
ture on the piano. Seuorita Doto-cs.
dubbed as the "nwcet singer of
Spain," was away below date. She
looked sweet but her singing
was poor. Walter Yaudurlip ami
EUio Adair delighted the audi
ence with their capers. Miss Adair
did some very pretty tlauciuu anil
ttispiaymi iter auitles to u iiiueii Iom ol dun am
amuted assemblage. She was really j heavy weather.- ''i,ii
ariiBtic. u. Kelly una Itcssle meg
were good, and their ballet dancing
was much appreciated. Alfieil
Jaiue?, the "pliuuny man," created
roars of laughter. Mis Faun Liil
diard, iu a song was "punk." The
program wound up wilh tho serpen
tine dance by Elsie Adair. Again
she displayed science, her move
ments being professional like.
Thoboalboy are willing to race
the Philadelphia crew any dintmn'e
and for any moiie. They say they
am ready at any time to row uude'r
I ho ame conditions and iu the Mine
boats as weto milled in on July lib.
Come up, Phillies.
Advices rt ived from Conccp
clou. Chile, tlaled May .'Itlth, sla e
that the I'llnger, before nporled,
nut into Talcahii'tuo with foremast
carried away, leaky, pumps clinked,
ll I lis hU.'pt in
r mi . .
The S. S. l'elgic left fur Yoktilmma
ami Hongkong tarty llii- iiioruliig.
While the lllgic was iu Yxkohaiua
lai another steamer ran into her
advancement. Colored maps on the
wall, cxc'Hiled by a Chinese boy,
were masterly pieces of work. The
I atitupio title lettering thereon, as
' well as upon the boards and upon
I written exercises was equal to the
work of a professional engiosser.
Miss Ilrowu, succeeding, maintains
the high repute previously chroiii
' cled iu this paper for flue written
' work iu thosiwcral branches taught,
1 including physical geography, phy
, oology, Hawaiian autl general his
I lory, arithmetic, commercial ac
! counts, He. A relief map of Pales
tine iu Mild done by her pupils re
' ceived very high commendation from
1 Prof. Alexander. This branch is a
specialty iu this grade. The illu
1 1 alive embellishment of many of
' the exorcise is remarkably good.
The high school grade hi n double
room is jointly taught by M. M.
Scott, principal and a member of
the Hoard of Education, ami J.
Lightfo.it Mr. colt is ab-eut at
tln Coast, having been allowed au
eat her furlough than the other
teachers to let him h-o the Mid
i winter Fair. Mr. Lightfoot teaches
arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and
practical hook-Keeping, nlo ihenii
Tho TJnltod States Minister Acknow
ledges tho Republic of Hawaii.
Reports were current about town
this forenoon that tho new Republic
proclaimed by President Dole had
been rccoguied by foreign Powers.
This afternoon a llt'Lurris reporter
called at the Foreign ollice where
Geo. C. Potter, Secretary of the
Depirtmeut, was seen, and the fol
lowing conversation took place:
Kijtorler Has there been any re
cognition of the new Republic, Mr.
Potter, by any of the foreign powers?
Mr. Potter Yes .Jr.
Reporter Hv whom?
Mr. Potter Ry tho United States
Minister. He sent a letter to tho
ollice this forenoon ,
Reporter -Cau I got acopv of tho
Mr. Potter Yes. sir; you can see
it in the Star this evening. They
have the exclusive right of publish-
A hore kicked II. S. Shaefor. of
the Freeinver House, Mitldleburg,
N. Y., on the knee, which laid him
up iu bed ami caud the knee joint
to become stilf. A friend recom
mended him to ue Chamberlain's
Pain Halm, which ho did, ami in two
days was able to be around. Mr.
Shaefor has recommended it to
j many others ami says it is excellent
I for any kind of a bruise or sprain.
j This same remedy is also famous for
its cures of rheumatism. For sale
by all dealers. Ileusou, Smith V j
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl- ;
The Chinese iu Hongkong threat
en that if the Government destroys
the native quarter owing to the '
' laguo they will set lire lo thy Hrit-
Ish sell lenient.
Tho Cape Colon v Hudget shows a
surplus of yi'Ul.iMt.
eJ UST KECK I V ED
KIM. I, SI'ITl.Y j
Mr. Arthur Simon
Of Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was tncarnhtr, the doctor
did, tiutttic remit I1.11 proton that Hood's Sir
apn Ilia ttai ntilr lo rtirr. I had Solatia
ltl.Miiutlin niul w;ii riitiPtiotl to my tied sli
tnoQilu. Tlirvr pliysictatis lld not help too and
I Was Clvon Up to Olo
When I was In tlili tmiMo condition, uaaht
la marr hnnil vr foal, I tied -n to U'ie llooil't
G.iM&i'!tlll t- The nrst IhiUIo IiS'I n llttlo ef
d'Ct.niiil "Idle t it.hu tint -t niul. 1 Rallied so
ripiill)' Hint I could ill up In in)- ili.ilr. My sys
If in Rid lern so run down liynthrr will. Iii,
tint It loo's inenwlle a wlille tero 'ipmtn. liy
llietlmc I hmt lite-n font liotlli'srf )li.od8.ir
.irntlllfi lrniilil nlk iirounil.Mid now, its I
line taken lx lnttl. i nm rurnl nnd r.tn
iIoa ctod ilny's work. I do not (crl I ran praise
enour.h." Anrtifii iMoy, O.ilatea. Olito.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
SAINHOOKH In Plain, Htriiwd, Clin'fei. and I'lftld-.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN Abb (1IUHKS AMI I'KU'KS.
PIMITIKS In 8trlx-d, (.'liockK, I'luMs nnd llntr U-ik
INDIA LI SONS. BATFSTI3 AND COTTON CRAPKS.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITB. CKKAM ,is'D KOKU
IMMKNSK VAKIKT OK
WHITE . G-OODS
AN K.NMH.KHi. VAKIB1Y OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIUUHDKKY BJKHNOrt In tiwls. Nslnv-ik ami Haiiitmr in
All W'liltlm with lnTtiic m Mnti li
ill-over Ernbroldery, Embroidery Flonncas and Demi Finance.
Laces of Evei'y Description in All Witiths
nil, uiltt dlUuh cut bMilxL.
Summer Dress Goods
MOIIUON, NKWMAN .V. CO.,
Amenta for KawHllati UlatidN
rHK VI HTKAMSIIIP
FOR YOKOQAMi DIRfiGT! Figured Muslin,
White Dress (roods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Will lcV for tlf slmfr nrt (mi ir iilmut
Saturday, July 7th
Kur furtlii-r imrtli'iilnr ri;iirilnn; Kri'lhi
lillll PltSMlKII, M'llV lo
W O. IIIWIN fi CO., L'tl.
Aki'I'Ii. Nlioii Yiix'H K n I I i
sii.i pi.nty miiri' un 'tit ssy
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tmr I'KI.KPIIONKS rjl
'A : NEW : DliPARTURB
The Hawaiian Messenger Service
l M. JiliN'i!, MntiaitiT
Mutual 509 TEL-EPITOMES Bell 55l
I ot)Uiin Mttsntiii' llmlil'iik'.
V nrc iirrpiinil In fnmi'li fnlfurniril
1 Mf-iii:ci ul nil hours lr ihi.mii. mm
' mtl-furiliiii uiiiinitiin-il Yon itni up un
hiiiI ti will ilii the ion
Car lluiirly runs ih. I'.ir ilui.uirp
rnti-f i'0 .Mi'",iiK',t' l.i. "1:1 (
REMOVAL NOTICE !
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will r,iiiT tn ilii'lr ni'w In nili:if i.ti
ON (III AlllK'T JIM Irtl
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose i
-- AI.H0 IHK
F'renoti ICia. Slxo at $2.25
NVk hit now ofiVrni'j llu
in Ltidifs', CliildrcnN ami
llosippy. . I nsl ivct'ivi'il
Dituilys in Color, il ami
Lmwiis, t'tc. If vtiu arc
Wash Matt'rials ami l.acps
ui it. P. PJIIliPJKS tv:
dot value in town
Cftifrt Fa-i I Hack
a new stock of
in nt'fd of pretty
to trim them,
(JO. . Mill
full line of Lailie- l'iiiiinit
Miller WaiiH. Our Doulile
'or Children, all aes in lijrlit
luavy weight are lllleeelled.
: Nuw Goods.
Perfect Fit fioanioleert.
.. . .. . . . ....-' . . m.
li'iw niul unl iMiiMdi-ralilo lruiiti"i'. I ncnl oki-mi'.s. .Mr. hi-uli trivt'S tin- uuIkmii m uiiiu r.ir
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Hnimliilii. July n, IMM
blio u.ih t'Xtiniiiifd in Mm l' Kint'iHiHi
ly C iitain .Mulralff, Lli'Ml's ntttii,
ainl Intr ilaintiit n pltn'oil at i2t)i)ll,
Mri. Mary Ailnn in a ittur lo li"r
t'liiiriu t' llint llnrn li;i- lii'im n
litlln tiiiiin'nnini" ecuineeleil wit It
tier niinin in San I'raiii'i-ci), in a
iilioi-lifiiii i'ii-c, and that uliat
tlm niimnri -itatn nit nil lur i-
iiiitriiu. Mr-. Allan lia-. Ii.nl an i'"V
lu ko lit 'l'acuiii.i to oxliiliit, but nt
Inn. tli'i'iiitui to rot urn lioum liv tint
S. S. Australia, loavinj,' San I'ran
cisi'o to tnurroiv.
1'lin iiiuiiiili.'il pat ri-liiKMi nmiln
tln'iiiMlvn vorv ('(iiipiiMunii al Lit
i ri ifr rui ... .:
Tlio kuiio may lm -,rvit of ' '" ,,r"".'" '"' .'""-, "! I'",': """."
tolttiuiaiirt. It.'mlinj tho '"'r P'rii'iiinri n ano imiv n k.i .t-
ikimiiiis tna' lauict nan to naai
I hi'ir t-o.ith for fear of In-in niriilti'il.
I'atiolinan Wicliatl, ulio, iintmlli
nlanditiK Mtvnrnl ptivioii-. brnl
ltrial.st ri'lain his ihimihiii on tlm
fori'i', nctKil in a nry iinKmillmnaiily
manner on tlm 'iiuiml, in clu-n
proxinnlj to tin wifci of a promt
nuni int leiuini. tlio laily nut I n i 1 1 1,
nuht to li-an Iiit Biat, until this
HrMin clot lied with a litlln lim-f
nnlhoril fonml it to hi euiiwni
imiim' to iiiiivu. At tlm Station tin-
fatnn Wieliait imlnlpid in tiolieiiU'i
with n fi'll'iu atriilinan Mar-hal
IliteliciH'l. liappmii'il atoii iu tinm
to nil in'.--1 ln ili'rni'ffiil si'i-tic, tint
il in not Known a- nt u hut her that
ollieial ha ih'i'iliil lo"tuni llm ra-
I ealh out." It i- hopml, hovvover, he
Wit nnd Humor.
Suspieiotfly familiar. -I'oliro inn
istrate: "This ain't tlm lirel tinm
you're Ix-on nrrt'stoil for Immiik
drunk!" Prisoner: "It's itijooitii"
yez do ine, y'rntitmr" MiiKiHtrati1:
"Mind what you say; I'vi hion your
face scoros of ttiavx, and lately too."
Prisonor: "1'laze, j'r annnr, I'm tin
now barman at DnolanV
Thor is no i'lns of person of
whom ouo may bay thai "KiihwIuiIk4
puuelli up inoru fuly tut'conliiiK
in Jamas I'.iyu) tlinti our ela-sieal
Kumo old i
hpeeches of umi of tlm laltor you can
utmost near mm hay; "lluilm e
dead, Pilt K'im, Peel pithereil to
the past, Wont worth and hU eon
teinporaritiH, all dead, Dixnicli tin
fititct, liihtiiarck retired, liladstoim
luiliug; I fuel almoht aloiiu."
A military ollieer, a 8titrn dUei
plinarian, wat once attending a
Hmall church. Tlm niinisler was in
clined to make the occasion patrio
tic, if uot heroic, anil, with anima
tion, went over the doings of all the
great gutturals. Then, since 1m ium,t
halt Romewlmre, when he thought
he hud stirred his hearers to a hili
pitch of adinltation, he said, "N'ow,
if to had all these honored men
among us to-day, what would you
dot" The military man piped out,
with his high-pitched voice, "I'd
conscript every one of 'em!"
Tliu llulltit Pound
W. II. Nelson, who it in the ilmr
liuslno'ss at lvinu;illc, Mo., has m
much roiilldeuci) in CUiamlmi Iain's
(olic, Cholera ami Diarrlm-a Uetn
cdy thai ho win ninth uwj ImIiIo
nntl olToro lo refund monev lo any
ctibtoiner who is not salMied afti'r
using il. Mi NoImiii takes no ri-lc
It) doing this liciuiioc lite rmned) m
n certain cure for llm dircaro fur
nhich il is iuleudetl and he knows
it. It Is for sale liv all dealers, lieu
hou, Smith A; Co., Aguult for Uiu
Mr. Atlaiihou to dav handed over
to the police the Imlliit with which
Manuel I' loitti'. tued t luiirdni his
llli-tre- llefnte he eolilluitled "Hi
eule. Tlie wiiiuau ilni Mr Ail, u
son's fntuih ua-liiuu When tins
week's liilleh was liuinend fiiuu the
ill-hlatied hoii-e, and the artiel f
apparel were In my -orleil, a liniter
ed pis ol lllllli'l droppfil nut of the
folds of one of the Muxen Atkinson'
ire 'i it nan hairs limn iln tin
lion iu history and Kugltsh subjects
generally, Shakespeare lining one of
the features. Tlm written exercises
shown on this occasion were gener
ally of a high older. As was remark
ed, they would stand printing with
little or no revision. Mr. Lightfoot
has neipiiltul himself well of the
onerous n -pousibdily of conducting
the double grade ami superintend
ing the closing eM-n'ises of the
whole establishment. He certainly
has earned all the relaxation the
holidays can allord.
At the clon of the school exer
cises iu ihe various rooms, the isi
tors, teachers and many of tho
pupils were given a great treat iu
Mi-s Itroun's loom by her pupils.
They gave three capital dialogues of
a humorous son on a curtained
stage. Thou eotinun., ami disguises
were, ro-pectiwly, elegant and gro
it'Mjii" a-fitted the characters. Kath
leen King took the cake as the
"tJuddcss of America," the chief
feature of her dte-s being the Stars
nnd Stripes. Miss Atla Lycetl as
"Mint," a little negross waiter, was
comical to a high degree. Miss
Phillips gave a finely self possessed
charaetcrizatlon of ''Aunt Melinda"
iu one of I he sketches. Norman
ISiowt, and llessie Lemon, as High
1 laud lad and lassie, in plaid cos
liiiue, were very pretty Although
the room na crowded to sulToea
tiott, all meseut seemed delighted
to the end. To gnu those crowded
out an opportunity to see tlm prin
cipal piece, it was repeated after the
lir-i audience rctirul.
Altogether Fort-street school had
a very auspicious and pleasant clos-
ing for this summer's vacation.
L eli'iices ol civilisation are get-
ting lliieK enough lo make Ihe air
hfi.. A haekman was stood up b
two masked men al Knhhi last night.
( bio u'ra-ped his horse's bridle, while
, the other compelled li i til lo delivei
up vl , all the lllolie in his pocket
Tim hiiekmau laid loinplaiul al the
pulton station, and Ollleeis L'tugley
i ami Stone weul out and scouted the
bcalp utiukuii, locality for thu bamliu without sue-
4 t.i. t'cit-tiN's aim: NoriKii.ii not
J. lu eri'illl any unit u my ui-vuiiut
Notice ol Removal I
AiTr.it .lu.Y tt. tiii:
tin I'Kol'l.i: III-. .V UK-
KltlOKIIATINt. I'D. will ho at llm
VING FAT CHAN.
Iti'n to inform tli tmiilt' llial ilm
Imve iiiii('i u
Branch Store at Mo. 322 Mm Street,
Where tliny enrry mnili-tf llin'iif
Factory, Beretania Street,
un rn Tia.i:riio.Ni: it.
L. C. AIJLES, Ma.n.uh.11.
Ili-ilili-nre Tflilieiiis -Hull '.'11. Xlutuiil
'J-jn m;j If
III NUl'ANU STKKKT
SKW UKlfK OK
Just UiM-oivuil !
BlUITS FROM ffll -4 LTP
try iKiodH. Fanoy G-ooclt. Lawns, Kto., fclttj.. Eto
PACIFIC IIOTFL Goat's Furnishings of Evei7 Description
Ooriinr KiiikA .Niiuhiiii Ki
Kim VVoiikk. MuiiH;er
IIKIXUIOM rtKl'f. 'II tits,
hi' V.N'll-, Kin., Hn,
"sisaiKE" Temple of Fashion
Furulture Repaired and llrneral Jabbing
it ReuoQutilu Rate.
VING K.r (JUAN,
I07i-'iin il Niiiiiuiii htri'i'i.
Saturday Afternoon, July 7th,
rKKK TO I'ATUllhM
I UVT -a.i. TEiEnto:
518 E'ort Street
'IMIIiKK Mi Kl.V I'l U
1 1 11 M llflt ItlKlllH lit .Nil.
i I (liinli'ii Ume. hi' tl
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
KOH ONL WI'.KK
IIOl'SK ANI I.I 1 1 A
Iwilt'l, iliiliiilnlu, i
on "i nil-i-i, ur ul
J OK in hNTi s
On lniHril SlHiiini r 1 Hull
to make room for New (iixiiU to nrriw
er .S. S Australia
ClothiiiK. Lnrp Ansortninitt
IDjntil. for $1.00
i ilnin'H un licri'liiiiiii
Firi''t, (or i-itlii-r lainil or
(inulf ri'iitii'iiu-ii. Ti tins
liiiiili-riiln l'nr iHrtli'iilnr
M i I I y ;ll llil
Lailii'H' L'uileruear, li. iv'
m .i i i , ..i
lIIIIIOl'll h Mini's
Lnrue line of Wuoleim al '-'."r l'lanneletti
llroun anil Wlnle Cotlous, from s lo 'JO vanU ?l in) tn.r nii.ei.
Aniosk.iat,' Uiii(,'liains. I-' vanN (orfl.ui. tii-uls ami Lathes' ItalliiiiirSiuin
Silks, Sal ins, Seizes, Lamm ami DreM llooils of evirv ileKoriittiun
IU. O. SILVA, Proprietor
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
AM inrw (iiiocKi; von
AT 3:33 CCX.OCJC
Y 1 WAIKIKI ON I'llh
i llilllilll. Cllllllllltlll
iiiiirtir 'or one or two mii
uli iii'iitli nii'ii !' nt i l iii-
tluniil, liiiilnni.' tui'ilnii - ijiMhl
FiiHt tiriml-Annual Exhibition
At Klng'K Art UillerlPH, Hotel Strrnl.
il.i'i. r .I.iiii' till iii lnl titli
r.ilillillton ol Oil P'linllliU'i. WntiT I'olorn,
i'..iitii.nuiiliiiiii. WimhI i iirvnn; un.l I'ur
ctlulli rmullni;. AilniUkluu, li Cuutl.
nil i I-1 in
I I II V
I.I.I I'M I It.Mvll.ll in:
lr lillll I'M llltsHS iH'I'lll'll'il ll fill' I.
Mlil III Niiiimin .tlti'. I'i'iN.. id' tin. I'iiiioii
viiln-y ruitil i'Vi'iii 'I'm hIhiVi ru w
I ruiiirara .i tin- ituli . I'or urtiiMlun
rliiillrv on till' iniin.i or nl II .Mia I.
Mttrclmiit trot'l. iljii.nliv HiU.( buk
try This Br-inJ will always bs (ouuil Reliable and Good Value
Mtt.rtl"f?n Pet.fli-Ron Ookhi Atctnt.rt
'25 (JuiiiH will buy Dovu'a Mup of Honolulu.