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MONDAY, JULY 9, 1894
Bi ndat, July 8.
Ptmr Jftmc Mnkee from Knual
Btmr Claiullne frutn Muttl
Btmr Iwalnni from Knual
Moxdat, July 0.
Am echr Tranclt, Jorgensen, for 8nn Fran-
Btmr KbhIa for runnluu and Kaliuku at
Btmr Jns Makes for Kopnt at I o tn
btmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
VeseoU Leaving To-morrow.
B B Mllkn Mam, Thompson, for Yokohama
Btrur V O Hall fur Maul and Hawaii at 10
Btmr Claudlne for ports on Mnnl at 5 i in
Ptmr twalanl for Knual at ft pm
Btnn Mokolll for Molokal and Ijuinl
Oarcoe from Island Fort.
8tmr Jm MnKec-090 lap addy, 00 bag
rlre and 8 iks) xutiiirlvi.
Btmr lv nnl vUTit liaics fulmar, 70 lings pin.
10 bss flee, 'J bills libit", I liorc and
43 pkgi itlnilrics.
btmr CliiiitlliiP W ln-aJ rnttlc. 2 lioroi, ai
lii'g. 40 bide", Nl hm o rn. I SI Iwr
potato- and luupkg Muulrics.
From Kaunl pcrMtnr Innlunl, July 5
A l.lmlmy. Ml5 It Ori'tn, Mlv. draw, Mm
J Wclr, HKKtuo.
From Kaul tier stmt Jinn Miikco, July
8 W II Btarkey and tl deck.
From Maul pcrrtmr Olaudlnr, July
B U Wilder, F K Vlda. tl V Asliforil, JIIs
Nell, JUstir Turner, l)r Geo Utrl.crt, Vt
0 1. Btow, O F Horner, J F Clay. 0 Leu
nurd, J Drown, II V Trorcnen, A V Ander
i.n, vslfo and 3 children, 1' U Jonas, A S
Wilcox, J A Mai;oou and rcrvam, A Kur
namlez unil wife, Mr V F .tumi. .Mlm Kit
haiinanl Iusun. Ah Chung, O Ah riltitf,
ChaiiK Ktm and II dei'k.
For San Kranol.oo icr ohr Transit. July
l"-Mr llrnkotsky and child, Mrs I1IIU and
The tteatner W. (1. Hall Irav for wind
ward to-morrow uioruiuit. at 10 o cluck.
Th American cliooucr Transit, t'uptnln
Jorgemen, Mllril thin afternoon for San
Francisco with lb,' Uuh ui;ar vitltii'il at
f.O.i'JM, hlpM.i u IoIIowki 'MAI Ii.ik"
sugar. T. II. Davtui ,V Co J NXH Imjm do .
C. Drcwtr .t Co,: 'Mli Imit do.. . l.
Irwli, V Cu., nndiiiO Ini; ilo., 0ntli! .V
LOOAL AND GENERAL NKWB.
Tlioro will bo n Btibsrriplion clanco
nt Romond Orovo on Friday oveuiug.
Tho Philatlolpliia mnii will land
for shoro drill at 9 o'clock to-morrow
l'rof. Burger lias ordorrd two
bandsmen from tho Coast for tho
Tho otowaway landed hero from
the S. S. Maripon was shipped back
on tho schooner Transit to-day for
Bv tho rjculitroiieo of a Matii hack-
man, our report of tho Knhtilui
races was delayed until tho return
of tho Claudiifo.
I?ev. T. D. Garvin of Pasadena
i will deliver n free led tiro to-morrow
iiiiuutnltho Y. M. (J. A., onlitleil.
"Tho Golden Chain or tho Bible,"
illustrated by origitud charts and
Six hundred and mty .lapane?o
had secured tickets for itaMigo for
Yokohama by tho S. S. .Nliiko Marti
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
Btcamcr'n departure has been delayed
Tho salo of stocks by .1. F. Mor
gau on Saturday rcxulied as follows:
10 shares I. I. S. X. Co.'s Mock, SIW
each; 15 hare.s same clock. SlIWi each.
The IVopKa Ice fc Refrigerating
Co.'s stock was wilhilr.iwu.
V. L. Hopper met with an acci
dent on Saturday evening, which
necessitated the calliugiu of a phy
sician to slilrh a cut in tho face.
' Mr. Hopper fell In a faint after get
ting out ol lietl to take n walk.
July's issue of the Anglican Chro
nicle cnino out on its appointed day.
Its contents comprise earnest eili
torial exhortation to church people
and interesting cccleslasticnl and so
cial news, together with original
educational notes and a ell-selected
The regular monthly meeting of
the Woman's Board will be held to
morrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:.'1(),
lit the vestry of Central Union
Church. Tho missionary ladies go
ing to Micronesia will bo present.
The executive committee will meet
at 2 o'clock.
RACES AT KAHOLUI.
Description by tho Bulletin
Tho eighth annual race meeting
of tho Maul Racing Association was
held at tho Kahutui track to-day,
and was well patronized, about 1U50
people being present.
Tlio program consisted of cloven
events, most of which woro well con
tested. Racing commenced at ten
a. tn., tho first event being a 1 mile
bicycle race, for a pttrso of $25, be
tween Willie Wilder and S. G. Wil
der. This was the first bioyeloraco
run on Matii and attracted consider
The first half was vory interesting,
both riders going at good speed aud
changing positions every fow sec
onds. Tho last half was very slow,
K 11 Viti1.,r li.diiff In li.i Innil n( tlio
twilu. ulmu Wltlin 9nnrti.il mill I Vico-1'rcsidcnt, Hon.
paed his cousin on tho homo , well j Secretary, M. T. Lyons; Treas
stretch, coming in a winner by three I urer, A. . Kciioikat.
lengths. ivHiiuiui, tmij f, iciji
are spending tho week in Kahului as
guests of Mr. L. M. Vetloson.
Several familiar faces were missed
at tho track this jear.
Tho Honolulu coutiugeut was very
small, but those who came went
homo with pleasant remembrances
of tho day.
Mr. Gardiner had his saloon gaily
Tho following gentlemen acted as
oflicers of the day:
Judges). Center, C. II. Broad,
C. D. Miles.
Stnrtnrn-W T. Robinson, W. H.
Clerk of Course L. M. Vetleson.
Time keepers-C. F. Horner, D.
I'atrol Judge -E. Krueger.
Saddling Paddock 1). L. Meyers.
Executive Committee- R. Ballon
tine, D. Center, W. Goodness.
Officers Fresttlout, 11. Centor;
Y. H. Corn-
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Headquarters for White Goods
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IsT. s. saoh
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Ur$. N. rtak
THE BPUE0KEL8VILLE BALL.
Jolly Windup of tho Fourth on the
Ths eomblnatlon of cxrcllnt stomach
tonics In Hood's Sanaparlll.k Is snchtliat,
wl'.h proper attention to diet, Indigestion
tnd even the wont rases of dyitiopjla r
ruad by this medicine. Kead this:
"Hating for several year been crtatly
troablcd with tiiillcstlon, and lmlng irea
Hocxt's B.irjap.irllU adre rttsed, 1 concluJed to
firs tt t trial. To my hspl'lriss and nrest sitla
(aill'jn I fmiiiil ll tn t ihf lf rrfnM (or tills
roMPlV.nt" Jlr.s. N. 1'mkc. 415 Meaty Street,
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly ana
The second raco promised to be
very exciting, but the iuterest was
short-lived. Both horses got a good
start with Jack at tho polo. Jack
went around tho turn at great speed,
carryitiK Aunutii to tho opposlto
fence. Aupuui's driver seeing that A vory successful ball was given
ho could not win tho heat, drove nt Spreckelsville on tin' evening of
back to the judges' stand, aud claim- the fourth. The largo hall was
ed that it was no heat, as he had not crowded and everybody catno with
weighed in. The judges disallowed the evident intention of having a
his claim, as tho owners of the good time mid did not go homo dis-
horses agreed to drivo without weigh- appointed. Special trains convoyed
ing in. Tho heat and raco were people from Wailtiku ami Paia.
given to Jack. Dancing commenced at 8 o'clock
Wiufield and Sarah H. start. d in and was kent tin until after mid-
tho third race. Both horses got night. Tho Hawaiian National Baud
away together, infield took the furnished music, which made tho
tunilnt tlio .1 tliltlt mill ImlllitlL' it nil ilnnnintr nil I In. nwirii nnlnvnlilu. A
the way around camo under the wire very elaborate supper was served I 0:lea'J7. on U,tlTMaaj bowels. 260.
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u n'iif,m iiin-iiu ,11 cmi.tu u. siiomy ueioru iiuuiiikui, uuu ihu . HOllltON NEWMAN t CO
Tho 3-tnllo dash had as starters, guests did justice to it. Agents lor Ha-Aiiilan Islinda,
Lolokalaui, Oscurios and Oregon j Everybotly was loth to leavo when ( ' '
isoy. itiu tiireo got away in a uuueu tho time arrived to depart, but tno
and rau iu that position tho first V. G. Hall was waiting at Maalaoa
eighth, when Oregou Boy bolted. Bay for the Honolulu people, and
Lolokalaui rau neck and neck tho 1 with reluctance everybody wont
first time down tho stretch but home, voting the ball the most
enjoyable event they have had for a
Great credit is due tn Mr. D.
Center, Mr. A. B.irne, and tho em
ployees of the plantation, who
worked hard to make the affair a
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. D. Center, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Mr.
and Mr, (j I' Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
aud Mrs. A. N.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAtNBOOKS Iu Plain, Striped, Checks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL aitAliKS AND PKII'KH.
IIIM1TIKH In Htrlped, Cheeks, I'lnlds and Hair Un-
INDIA UNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND W'HU
IMMBNBK VAKIKTY OK
AN KS'tll.KHH VAKtKTV OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMfmoiDKKY KlKHNOa In Bwlss, Salnooi and Hamburg Id
All Widths with ltiTtltip tn Mated.
411-utnr Embroidery, Embroidery Flunncet and Demi Fluannm.
Laoes of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
Onuirios could not keep up tho pace
and fell behind. Lolokalaui went
under tho wire seven lengths ahead
of Oscurios, with Oregon Boy a bad
The trotting race was tlio most
exciting raco of tho day aud tho1
fastest over ran on this track. Nov- i
ada and Silky started with Nevada
at the polo. After considerable
scoring the horses got the word ami
When the college tudent, Harry
Wageneii, was lot o(T the bark An
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illiiw ttmi-u in riuiii- i,i iiiin iiiiiu ., . . .1 . ,!i , i . ....,..- V, i . ,
last Tuesday, a boat was swauipo-l '"" " '"; U,L 'AV'" "7r '"" 'X.. ' ; " "..""'W ni
P'SCIle thO i ! ' . , ., " ii-iiiii, .mi.iuiu .h
60ilI.MKI.KKMN(l-Ni:l. - At
July 7. by lti-v. l'nthvr l.lebcrt
F. bchliiadleliluu to
OBEUOENTS WXM THE OAMK.
in the elforls made to
young man. There was a life buoy
thrown overboard also. Captain
Drew was notified on Saturday that
the boat and buoy had drifted
ashore at Laio on the other side of
the island. Both aro iu good condi
tion aud will bo returned to the
DIBTIUGT COURT MATTERS.
Tho Hswalis woro badly dufeats'd
on Saturday afternoon in a hachall
game with tho Crescents. "Dat dar
Pilcher Wood was in dat dar box,"
and to him is duo the credit of win
niug tho game. The way ho sent in
those curves puzzled tho Hawaiis iu
tho extreme. Wood struck out eight
men. Thoro wos no extra good
playing, tho Crescents being credit
ed with four errors and the Hawaiis
with seven. Chris. Willis guarded
first base well, considering that, ho
played with a sprained arm. Tho
Hawaiis and Crescents have each
now won threo games. The Ka
tnehamehas and Crescents will play
tho next garni. Following is tho
rs. F II. Hay-
Nevada a lead of about ten lengths, i teldcii, Judge and Mrs. C. Copp,
All. U. Sll. O. A. K.
Wilder, W s.s
Wilder, H.o ..
Wooa, p ...
Holt.O, l.f. ..
Lacas, W., Xb. .
In the District Court tho other
day Joseph Paiko was put under
fc:0 bonds tiot to do bodily hatm to
his wife front July 2 until July 2:1.
To day's business was ns follows:
Kahalumauiia, for breaking aud on
tering the house of Aiona on tlin
evening of J ul 1, pleaded not guilty.
Trial was continued to July 1 1.
Sixteen native-, male and lemaie,
,it. iiili.it I'uiltv toselliut! linuor with
out a licoiiso 'within tint pasl week.
Seutence was suspended iu each case
until tiiovo.t on.
Nine delinquent tax-pajers came
up with tlui VluiT."
F. Savior, the trainer, was found
milliv of "billlni'" F. Leslie, iiitui
ager of the Cosmopolitan, under the
Mt ear, and was seuteiicud to pay a
line of So. . .
A nolle pros, was entered in the
caso of a sailor named Andre charged
with threatening the life of Hanson,
Antiiwi ninva' trial was set for u
fill lire date. He is charged with re
ceiviug stoleu goods.
Silky rattled down and in tho next
quarter was ou even terms with
Nevada, and passed tho gelding at
the jj polo. At the : polo tho mare
broke again but soon caught herself
aud, iu one of tho finest drives over
witnessed on this track, the gelding
was beaten by a neck.
The second heat Nevada had it
Ids own way, Silky breaking very
had. niKlVYlipfl-anit lodilh m'ais 1
were repotltious of the second, Silky
breaking three or four times in each
lii.nt. Silkv's feet were in Door con ,
dilion, which accouuted for her poor j
Tho pony race was hotly contest
ed, Hot St lift" having all sho could
do to beat Midnight by a neck. Mid
night is a novice ou the track, and
made a good showing.
The H'vouth race was an easy
tliiug for Lolokalaui, who boat Win
tluld by four lengths.
Osctiriori nntl Amariiio started iu
the eighth race, which was a walk
over for Amariiio, Oscurios being bix
lengths behind nt the finish.
The Corinthian raco had as start
ers Billv C. Oueen L. and Wiufield
Sheriirand Mrs. Cliillitigworth, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Wells, Capt.aud Mrs. '
Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olcseti, Mrs.
Lorcuzon, Misses Hay-elden, Wilder,
Vida, Chilliugworth, Neal, Cunning- ,
ham; .Mcsr. Vetleen, Medcalf,
ilayseldeu, Lyons, McLane, Quill,
Molar, Birelay, D. II Davis, S.Gra
ham, M'irks, Clay, Holfman, Bivcu
Ivaliuiui, July 1, IK'.'b
NOT A 11AKB OnEATUHE.
R.inmrh of a Former Oklppnr on '
thu Cocoanut Orab.
Captain Rixehill states that, tho
crab story reprinted iu nuother
paper from the S. F. Kiaminor is
pure fabrication. The cocoanut
crabs aro very common on Fanning b
Maud, and the late Governor Grelg
used to engage islaudeis to pour hot
water into their aoodes to Kin (iiem,
liecaiiMi they had become such a
pest. The largest crab is about two
feet in diameter, their prongs ox
tending about ten to twelve inches
ou eltlier Side. 1 lieso nuiiiinm im-
13. It. Ilium, the rider of Billy C. re , trly on land, it is true, and they
ci'ived an ovation from the audience. m)Vl,r t.omo oul until night. They
Hal eu ne roue wueeu is
J7 21 I
All K. Mil. O. . Y.
Willis, lb .
Pryce. o. ..
Aulu, p. ..
33 3 .1 U . IS 7
Wooil out (or iunnlliK' out ol cnurm.
4COHC H v inmsik.
I U ll 7 s II
.0 ft 0 0 t
0 I 0 I 0
1 o 3 -ln
I II o u - 3
Time of imiiu
iinu, Hi .Kin. null ciirni'ii
rrecintVi, linwull 1. mw on bull -
DyAhla.1. ptruek out liy woml s. ny
Atilu 4. I.etl on banen -t'roci,ii s t, 11 n
wiilis 5. Two-lmxt! IiUh l.ui.'an and Clurk
i'a-ed btll 1'rvcu I. Ilinptrua, II. Kala
fud C. Crabbu. Hcorur, W. J. 1'orbos
nEOEIVINO STOLEN O00D3.
The Thief Turns Stato'd Eviduuco to
Save UU Own Bacon.
Autoue Cloys is iu tho toils again,
through tho fingering of a young
lad, who comes from a respectable
family. The lad was until recently
iu thu employ of a jewelry store.
intulr ilnt iiniotiiver mis-i-d lietween
$200 and i"M) worth of jewelry, and
suspicion Tell ou tlio dov. wn in
vestigation it was found thai he had
really taken tho articles and parsed
them over to another. This second
norhou is supposed i" '"" """
Auloiie Cloys, and the boy will turn
utato'rf evidence to clear himself. It
in helieved another young man, a
clerk iu a Merchant street store, is
implicated iu the all'air, but as yet
no warrant has been issued for his
HOLIDAY AT EWA
Orand Time Bad by the Plantation
Pooplo on Saturday.
The plantation hands at Ewa were
given a holiday ou Saturday, aud the
occasion was celebrated right royal
ly. A large number of town people
unrit down ou the train, accom
panied by a dotachmeut of the Ha
waiian National band. The sports
began at 10 o'clock with horse races,
tho prizes being $?l) aud $10. Two
prizes were won by H. S. Padgett,
and a third prize of $10 was won by
Itaphaol. M. Dailey won tho rille
match by a hcoro of twenty out of a
nosslhlo twontv five at a distance of
two httudrod yards. A uative team
won tho tug-of-war match from a
Portuguese team. Japatico wres
tling matches for prizes concluded
tho day's sports, In the evuuiug a
dance 'was given at tho house of Mr.
Ferguson, the head lima, which was
very enJoyaDle. Tlio employees oi
the plantation are very grateful to
thoco who got up the nllalr, and
especially to W. J. I.owrie, manager
ol !3wa plantation.
AVry ilWjdiC.i o Jim IWISTINO
Tho Coming Musical Eveut
At the mandolin miisicale on the
ITthiiist., given by Pinf. AdoUeiu.
there will bo a trio, "Rose di Maggto,
for maiidoliii, violin aud piano, that
will bo ono of the prettiest selec
tions, and the celebrated "lnter-
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Ilie..o uiiin ni" uiiiiini'iHi ........ I (. 1
cana, will be rendered by a quartette l'.r' ' '
comprised of lute, violin, cello and
piano, nits W'li no mo ih ""
this arrangement of thi lieautiful
melody will be rendered, ami it win
be one of the gems of the evening.
Miss Netti" Burhans the organist of
Central 1'nion Church, will play
t-eleetious from Wider aud Mendels
sohn, and Mr. W. I W.imucr will
hing'M.aHereuuta," by To-li Miss
Kale MeGiew will sing the ioeiy
air, aecomp'inii'd by Mr. John Tain
Mcflrow, "Mon Co-ur S'ouvre a Tun
Vols," from the opera ".Sanson et
n,.iiii, " iiv MiM-eret. aud Mr. .
II. Iloogs will Miig thu tenor solo
from Marilana. "Let Mo Liken .Sol
dier Fall." The apiicaranco of I'mu
Adel'lelii in mandolin niul liileMili.s.
will bean event or more than ordi
nary iutorct. and. from the (act that
lie Will be assisted ny uur hm nir n
talent, a great treat is in prosi.eet,
and the concert will be without
iiiicMtluii one of the finest entertain-
I uivnt ovur given huru.
and W. T. Robinson rode iulield.
It was a very pretty race for the
first half mile, the horses running iu
a bunch all tho way. Wiufield s
previous work told on Him aim no
hoou fell behind, leaving the other
horses to fight it out. It was a
..r..nt race between Queen L. and
Billy C, both horses running to
gether tinder thu wire. Billy C. won
by n head. Mr. Bivcu received
great applause for his good riding.
The two-forty trot was a very
tame alfair, Burt Lee having it all
his own way aud winning tho raco
iu tlio first and socond hoata.
Amariiio aud Sarah 11. started in
tho la-t race, Auiariuo wiuiiiug by
Below is a summary of the races.
(Owing to the miscarriage of this
reiiort. our local reporter picked up
a record of the winners from sport
ing mon iu Honolulu who had been
to tho races; thu summary of our
correspondent is hero abridged to
give the time of each race):
llii.vi.lii rni'it. time. 11:51.
Match race, $100, trotting aud
pacing to harness, best two iu throe
heats. D. L. Meyer's b.g. Jack beat
Lahainn Stables' b.g. Aupiini. Time,
.sprockel-villo purse, .J mile, won
by M. G. McLano's c. h. Wiufield in
Waiknpu purse, mile, won by
Lahaiua Stables' hi in. Lolokalaui
iu l:ffii. . .,
Wnihee purse, best .' in fi mile
heats to harness, won by D. 11.
Davis' hi. g. Nevada, best time 'J::i2.J.
Kula nurse. A mile, won by It. A.
els' , in. Hot htull 111 fibs.
Wnilukii nurse. A mile and repeat,
wiin bv Lnliaina Stables' bl. m. Lolo
kalaui iu WiJ. and fill I o.
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can Injure a tiiau naiuy. out uwj
havu not the strougth to break a
man's arm or leg. They live on
cocoauuts and to break those they
insert their prongs into the oyo of ,
tho nut and pull it apart. With ro
gard to the rarity of the cocoanut
crab, Captain Rosehill aborts that
ho can get a shipload of them on
either Palmyra in tho North Pacific,
or Faulting s Inland.
Chamberlain's is the liest of all.
Vincent J Barkl, of Daubury, Iowa,
has used Chainbetlaiii's Cough Rem
edy whenever iu need of a mediciuo
for coughs and colds, for the past
livo years and say: "It always helps
me out. If anvone asks mo what
kind of cough medicine 1 use, 1 re
ply, ChamlMirlain's, that is the liest
of all. 25 and oOc. Ixittlos for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith oi
Co., Agenlx for the Hawaiian Isl
5 2 i i
a -25 M
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1 3 M r l rj
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White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
EJto.. E3tc Elto..
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Rose i
5- French Kia. lxo at 33.3
Wk IV lloW ;ffflili tin; I)i'rt
iii LtitUcH'. Cliildivn'M and
llnsiory. ) tiKt ivcoivi'd a ui'W
l)imit in Colored and
vnliu in town
liSiwiH. etc. If yon are in need ol
Wash Materials and Laces to trim
.nil on IS. V. KHLKUS & C). Wi
have a full line of Ladies Equipoise
Jcaness Miller AVaNtH. Our Double
Waists for Children, all iics, in liht
iner and heavy weight are unexcelled.
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Billiard & Roading Room
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Corinthian raco, I inilo, won by ,
V. II. CoriiwuH'H K'r!- I Jill' C- '
rurM5l.")0, hunt 2 hi !J mil" liuat
to liaruoKH, titidor 'J:K record, won
I iy 1J. II. Davii,' Hurt Loo iu'J.lSauil
" Ivaliuiui iiuri"!', I tiiilo, Hawaiian I
broil, won (i.v It UalloiitiniiV Ii. Ii.
Auiariuo iu W,
on mi. iiuMi'.snu.Tiii
Tno lindp" of tlio now Uopubllo
wri very icarco at tlin racoi.
Capi. UliiHtianon of tlio.lolin I).
Siirccltulii inauai'.s to nuuil ovory
' Knurl Ii at Ivaliuiui. Tin year liu 1
iummiiiiikuiWhI I)' .Mrs. t;iirimianMiii
and Mlfttt Nous.
Mr. l-'rod. Hoywlduu oud fouilly
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Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
VOW OX IS WIJEK to mako room for Xow Oooiis to arrivi,
ynr S. S. Auntralia.
Lain"' ITndnrwnnr, IJoyV (Motliini', Lart;o A!nrtin.mt of LadinV nrt
LarK Him f Wooloim at 'w. FlatiiiuloltcK 10 yard- for 11.00
lirown and Wliito Cotloius from 8 to A) yanU, l Ul por mi'co.
AmoslcBK (iiiiKliaiiin,l'J yards forJl.tKI. Oonu'aiitl Ladn' ll:thwin Suiln.
Stilts, Saline SirKi", Lawns and Dreiu Hood:, nf .vry (liwriptloii
JUL, C3-. SITLiVA, Proprietor.
NICE THINKS FOR THE TABLE!
Tlie Hawaiian Messenger Service
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Mutual &'J3 1CI.CP1I0MC3 Uall SfU
(llllrr In Mn.onlo llilllillMK-
Y nri' irri.o'il 10 lorifli PiillonuM
Mini'lir'riil '" hour. I'r 'iniiiiiiii't
niii.lulloii L'iinriiiiiii''l. You rlnn u up
niul wn will iln thu ri't.
- Hourly rntf Ho. lur ill uw
rttvi iu MtMtugur'i Man. IU7i-U
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iiuurtcru lor on" or two s-ln-
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MUl In Suimn.i villy i.-it- im I ui'ou
vnl.py nrnil. Mivcnly li''( "I'ovi' m-ii li'vul.
Trmiicitr mim Hi- fl';- r"r,l,?1r"i',",!'r
ciniillri' nil the l-n uil'f or 1 1 II Mi.-i.
MurrliHiil klri-ft. niiiuiliit Hlii"i"io
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17" This llrand will always b) found Kellabls and Good Value. vi
MttoVien An PotftVflon Oohhi Ant.w
425 Omits will buy Dovo'is fup of Honolulu.