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TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1894
TUERDAT, July 10.
Btmr Walalealo trom llatimkua
Tur.8iiAY. Jnly in.
B B Mllkn Marti, Thominon, fur Yokuhainn
Btmr V O Hall fur Maul and Hawaii at 10
Stnir Claudlne for port, on Maul at f ji tn
btmr Iwalanl for KaiiaI nt 8 m
Btnit Mokolll fur Moloknl mul trfinnl
Vowels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Jai Mnkeo for Knpat at 4 p m
OarROoa from Island Porta.
S'mr Waialeale 2107 hog sugar.
From tlnmnkuapcrstinr Wal.tlealo, July
10-W 11 Hlckatd and II deck.
For Kiual tcr gtnir Iwatant, July 10-O
NWII.-ox, A 8 Wilcox, Ituht Mitt, A
Mauklntoli, Mlt (turiipy, ltor S lloycr,
Mrs J Auger, Ako, K Knt'0.
For MhuI and llnuuil or.tinr W 0 llnll
July lO-Vulcnnu: W Hii-Mon, Mrs Shel
don. O H Malioney, Mr nud Mr Ooriimn
(l.ltinn. MIm UU MuU-Sniltli, Mlt IVoa
ham. Wny inrt: Ml-. Juntilu llaic, Le
Combe, W 11 Hoopt. 1) 11 Kulinnlulln, I c
Finncls Marshall, J !' Morgan, Mrit lliirrl
ton uml tliiiialiter, Dr MoWuvne and on,
UK Homer, Ml. s lluttln IMiilnnt. Ml
MatltJon, Mm Bella H-llH.I, M a M
Smith, Mrj C'Riit l-o Olnlro ami child, Cut
B Norrls mid 0 tlei-k
KorMnul riorittiirClnnillrii! July 10 ('
A Sp-ickels, Kudolpli BptcckcN, I, von
Teminky, 1) M Horn, Mlt t rnzlrr. Ml."
Moore. Or O I, blow, Mr Hell, U lloltc, II J
HofTiicker, I)r Klgar. Mis Uregory, MIm
lorcland, II 11 Williams, V V As n ford, j
WKhIuo. K.vJ K lo-cpi
LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS
G. E. Boardtnau is solo ngont for
I - .
i A nicely furnished room in a pn-
valo uuinly is wanted.
A houso of uitfht rooms fimii'hcd
for roomors is advertised to runt.
Tho Sproclu'ls party will loavo for
Maui by liiu Clamlitic. this evcuiot.
Ronioinlmr tlio leoturnby Iter. Mr.
Girviu at tho Y. M. C. A. this ovou-
Two Inches of rain full at Hono-
kaa and Kukuihaulo within iho pa-t
W. II. Richard rvtnriiml from 11a
makua by tho steamer Waialeahithis
Seven passoners took passage- on
tho steamer W. G. Hall to-day for
Commissioner Marsden has sent a
lot of lady birds to Hawaii to light
the collco blight.
Jttdgo II. A. Widomatin Is booked
to leave on tho S. S. ltio do Janeiro
for San Francisco.
Installation of Officers for the Our
rent Six Months.
NEW PARTY FORMED.
Against Presidential Prlvllego and
for More Popular Power.
Hawaiian Harswm co., L'i Headquarters for White Goods
C.J. Fishol. D. D. G. S., has in- Thero is another party in tho field,
stalled tho officers for tho current and it is called tho People's Tarty.
half year term in tho Odd Fellows' i According to a prominent member
I lodges. In Excelsior Lodgo ho was I seon this morning the object of the
I assisted by th following named ! organization is a government of the
brethren acting as Grand ouicors:
Ales. Mackintosh, S. Savidgo, E.
Hingley, J. J. Lector and F. 1'. Mc
lntyro. Tho following are tho offi
cers of Excelsior Iodgo:
V. J. Coon, N. G.; Geo. Allwoln,
V. G.; L. L. La Piorre, S.j J. M.
Oat, T.; E. Hingley, W.; J. J.
J.ecker, C; J. J. Johnson, I. G.; S.
Savidue. H. s. a. u.; 1-. l'. -Mcin
TucaJay, July 5, WQl
Nutlvo Fiahorman Oote Uia Itights
Waimaualo Hoaring Reaumed.
Judgo Cooper heard a fish case
this morning Katnai vs. Anima, as
sumpsit for S1U5. Kamai is a native
fishormau. Anima is a Chinese fish
monger, with a stall at tho fi-h
market, lvanial Drought a load oi
U100 fish from Molokai. The China
mau offered him $1U for tho lot and
tho sale was thereupon made. Ani
ma began soiling tho fish at five and
six for a quarter. They did not go
very faitt ut these Gguros. and as the
day waned tho nose of tho Board of
Health was attracted to tho lot in
question. The sale was stopped for
a while, but, as tho fish were not
very bad as yet, tho sale was re
sumed and at more liberal figures.
It wa now 25 for a quarter. Still
ihc fish did not all go by many
coro Ubtil tho health officer finally
topped tho traffic. Anima paid Ka
ma! $30 but no more, claiming that
ho only sold on commission. Tho
Court gives judgment for tho plain
tiff, however, for the balance ol $105
claimed. Defendant notes excep
tions. Kaulia for plaintiff; Aclii for
Judge Whiting has discharged J.
F. liackfeld, as assignee of T.
Ahuug, bankrupt. Hatch for as
signee, and assignee in persou.
The Waimaualo ensu is on again
before Judgo Whiting this after
noon. HOW THEY DOT ASHORE.
Japanean Immigrants Borrow Monuy
to Evade tho Autl-Puupor Law.
Tho Japanese residents played n
fino trick ou the Government re
cently. When tho three hundred
aud so mo odd Japs arrived on tho S.
S. Aikoku Mam, they had but little
or no money, aud consequently were
not allowed to Intnl. They hit on a
plan, aud sent ashoro to tholr friends
tn auvaucn thorn so much money, to
put them Iwyond tho pale of tho
pauper law. Tho capital was foi In
coming and tho Japs came ashoro
aud made themselves at home iu the
differont hotels iu town. Now a
majority of them have signed con
tracts to work on plantations aud
the others will enter into compel!
tlou with tho white aud brown resi
Fresidout Dolo was an interested
spectator of tho drill ou Palace
Square this morning.
A largo number of now sub.'cribers
to tho Mutual telephone system is
Emma street is receiving repairs
at tho hands of tho road-workers.
Tli's is the second time within one
J. F. Morgan nud W. II. Hoogs
have gone to Kotia, Hawaii. They
left by the steamer W. G. Hall this
A fine of $."0 was imposed on
Chan Tin in thu District Court to
day for opium smoking. Tho duo
G. Ilankin and E. Fatietif have
taken out iiasports for pango on
the S. S. ltio do Janeiro for Sail
A notice of teachertt' examination
for primary grade certificate1, to be
held on August J nud u, appears in
the official column.
Three natives pleaded uuillv ill
thu District Court, to-day to illicit
liquor selling and sentence was sus
pended in each case.
A solemn requiem nm for tho
late President Carnol will be cele
brated at tho Catholic Cathedral at
0 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho S. S. Miiko Mini sailed for
Japan nt 5:1)0 this morning, taking
nearly700Japaue.su homeward bound
from Hawaiian plantations.
Dr. Trousseau'A valuable library
will bo offered for sale at auction,
under direction of the executors, by
L. J. Levey ou Monday, July 10, at
10 a. in.
One of the Philadelphia men
lauded for drill this morning fell
overboaid at the boat lauding. With
thu execution of a wetting Jack es
Tho large firm of Then. It. Davies
Si Co. has organized ns a limited lia
bility corporation. Notice of the
change, together with a lirt of offi
cers, appears iu this paper.
The American League held n
closed door meeting yesterday oven-
tug. 1 lie principal matter iiheiissed
was the coming masquerade ball to
be given by tho league, probably on
Chief Justice A. F. .ludd is noti
li"d that ho was to have had the de
gree of Doctor of Laws conferred
ou him at Iho Commencement oxer
eicsnf Yale UuUursity ou Juno '27.
Dr. J udd is an 18li'' gradual.) of
peoplo aud for tho people. The
party was organized yesterday even
ing at thu Pacific Hotel hall. Over
sixty merabors attended the initial
meeting. Speeches were made by
C. II. Luther, J. C. Qiiiun, E. H. F.
Wollcrs and others, luoir remarks
wuro aimed at clauses in tho new
Constitution. Spocial objections
were made to thu qualification for
tyre, L. S. X. G.; E. M. Marshall, K. voters for sonators, HAM being neiti
S. V. G.; W. S. Hintou, L. S. V. G.; as too high, and tho electing of heads
Alex. Mackintosh, Chap. of bureaus by tho peoplo was advo-
In tho installation of Harmony ' catod. According to tho prosout
Lodgo officers, tho D. D. V. S. was Constitution it was a "family com
asisted by Bros. M. D. Monsarrat, i pact" affair Tho President had too
D. P. Liwreuce. II. II. Williams, J. much power in his bauds, aud the
C. Loreuzon, W. O. Atwator and J. I peoplo were tied up. Tho autl
J. Looker. Tho officers installed ! Asiatic question was also discussed,
are tho following named brolhron: Tho following officers wore elected
Geo. A.Turner, X.G.; F.J. Turn J tosor-o temporarily: C. II. Luther,
or, V. G; C. F. Herrick, Secretary; president; K. II. F. Woltors, first
J. A. Magoon, Treasurer; V. li. Law- vico-prosuinm; u. sj. vuinn, secouu
retice, It. o. IN. U.; M. II. William. vico-prcsmeni; 11. von orinuru,
L. S. X. G.; W. O. Atwator, It. S. V. i secretary. Another meeting will bo
G.: J. C. Loreuzon, L. S. V. G ; II. ' called shortly, whon by-laws will bo
Gorman, Warden; Win. Borlowitz, , presouled for consideration
Conductor; C. J. Wall, It. S. S.; M. I , , , ,
D. Monsarrat, L. S. S. C. J. Fishol, Mechanics' Home, corner. Hotel
Chaplain. aud Nutiauu strot. Lodging by
- I da v. week or mou tli Terms: 25 and
50 cents per night; fl and tl.25 per
JST. S. S-A.OHS'
The scheme to run a line of
steamers from Tacoma to Yo
kohama, making Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak
ing shape. Tacoma is now,
and has been for several years,
the shipping point for a vast
amount of products of North
Western Washington. Rail
roads from points east of the inuiA
mountains connect the gr.at
wheat producing district of
Walla Walla Valley with tide
water and the promoters of the '
new line anticipate a large I APP.S AMI! EM RR DTDER IF.S 1
business in Washington pro-, -'-,i umamhwawmammm
, , . . KMMKOIDF.KY KJXIINOb In Swl-v Xnln-onl and Hanibunt In
ducts between these points. am width with in.rtiiiK to Mmch.
AlNover Eabrnldery, Enbroidery Flonncos and Demi Flounce.
immense Assortment I Lowest Prices !
"AtNSOOKS In I'laln, Striped, Oberks and Plaid.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL, OHADKH AND PIUl'KH.
DIMIT1F.9 In Htrlped, Checks, I'lnld and Hair l.iii
IJNOXS, BATISTE AND COTTON CltAl't
COTTOX MULLS IX WHITE. CltHAM
1MMKN8K .VAUIKTV OK
WHITE . C3-OOXDS
DKTE0TIVE fOROE LET OUT
4 FULL HUIM'I.Y
Soma of Thom Preparing to Entor
All tho specials aud polico spies
wuro lot out on Friday night, and
consequently there is much dissatis
faction In tho ranks of the devoted.
Thero wero more than fifty men dis
charged to swell tho ranks of tho
unemployed, mere is no more love
for tho Government with them,
si u co they consider that tho Govern
ment employed them only as long I
as trouble was anticipated. Finding '
themselves solid, as they think, thu '
rank and file aro dismissed. That is
thu way several of tho ox-specials j
have beeu talking siuco their dis
missal. A few intend starling a
SWaA'S s-M CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
listiitig tnclilo wilt Do purcuasen ai
royalist stores. Olbbs, tho famous r-TBl.BPIH)Mh8 Ml -
spy (for knocking down), still guards ,
tho rudduueu of Presideut Dolo ou j OkKIOK & WaKKUOUBB.
iiiiuiu niruuu 1.. j vt
vorner vurcn nun iuuiuin
AN KNIH.KU8 VAKIETY OK
uil uirnty mor- on thf way
Dr. McWayiio left ou tho steamer
W. G. Hall tlirs morning for Kona,
Hawaii, where ho intends going into
the coffee planting industry.
m 'li it Nicely lMtriilh
id lt inn Inn rlvut fttiullv
ue.tr tin ktiiTt car lino. Ad
ilrcn "V O llix 101."
AIlor.SB OK K'OIIT
K onm 'uriiMiMl fur
rooiiirrn Ken' icii-nimlili.
Aimlv No. I lit Niiiinun
trcoi, nvxtdoorto tin- While lloiiac.
1U.U . .
NOriOE OF INOOItPOUATION.
rpilK IIPSINR8S Hr llhTOKOIIi: CAIt
L rlvd nil hy 'I'lico II 1'av f A '( nl
Honolulu, hit ' '(n liu'orp.init'd under the
title ut "I'lii'ii. II l)ivlc.v Co . I.IimIIuI.
i:. w iioi.i swiiitiii.
lloiml i'ii. July li, lf.ll MTU nt
CUT THIS OUT!
Mutual Telephone Co.
G. E. BOAROHAN,
bOI.K AOBST KOK
G. It. Harrixiiii,
Another Bug Antidote.
Jos, Marsden, Commissioner of
Agriculture, learned from uu Agri
cultural report font to liim that
great success had followed the em
ployment last season in Nebraska of
a fungus disease for killing tho
chinch bug. Tho sciuntifiu name,
givnu by Spcgaiiuui; to tho fungus
is "sporotrichum globuliferum."
Tli to is n sort of trick in this name
itself which ought to kill a bug at
200 yard. The fungus is spread iu
the bottom of a box lrtx2hb inches
which has beeu previously sprinkled
with feud. Then infected bugs, dead
or alive, aro put in, afterward a lot
of live bugs from the field. These
aro kept oxoohud to the contagion
long enough to catch tho dUcato
and are then turued loose to spread
havoc among their kinsfolk. Mr.
Marsdeu has sent for some of the
fungus to try it on the Honolulu
rose bugs, sending specimens of this
predatory rascal along with the
Accident to Dr. McWiiynu
Dr. McWayiio mot with an acci
dent ou the Bteamer W G. Hall this
morning. His horse had been hoist
ed ou board, when, through some
ouo'h blunder, the animal got loo-e
and run around tlio deck. The doc
and oigau maker and tuner, can fur
nish bent factory references. Orders
left nt Hawaiian News Co. will r.
ceivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same a done
Win. Aylett, president of tho Ha-
wnijau National baud, on seeing Iho
notice of a solemn requiem mass for
thu Into President Caruot, called on
Bishop GtiUtan to tender that baud's
service for the occasion. The offer
was gratefully accepted, the more
so because tho St. Louis College
bind is liu-iy preparing for terminal
The II. ig over the American
League hail wui hoUtod undde
down this morning, notwithstanding
thu nhouts of people on the street,
that it was wrong. Someone sang
out, "Tim's dead, 1 gues." Itstaj
ed that way for iifieeu minutes,
nhoii Presideut Murray happened
along nud hud tiie enngu hut
The marine- and bluejackets of
the U. S. Ilagship I'hiladelphia were
lauded for shore drill at U o'clock
this morning. Two companies of
bluejackets were drilled ou Palaco
Square and the marines were put
through a series of evolutions iu (lie
viciuiiy ot the new lisli market. Uio
baud did not come adioro, and the
drilling was principally forming
tquaro4, riot drilling and skirmish
ing. Tho battalion wa on shore
for an hour.
Last .luiiu, Dick Crawford brought
his twelve mouths old child, buffer
ing from iufniitilu diairhiiia, to me.
It had been weaned at four mom lis
old and being si kly everything ran
through it Hue water through a
sieio. I gave it (lie usual treatment
in Mich caes but without benefit.
tor went to pacify tlio animal, when The child Kent griming thinner un
it knocked him dowu ami trod on Id it weighed but little more than
his breast. He managed, however, when Inn n, or perhaps ten poiimU
to get away and, running to tlio ' I then started the father to giving
ftorn of thu steamer, fell iu a faint, i ChumbeilaiiiV Colic, Cholera and
Ur. Connor attended ou i iu. and Uiarrlio a itemeiiy. iieioro one hot
alter a whilo tho doctor rucovured.
Uu left on the steamer for Hawaii.
''ut Oiit and
Port in tho Oit'p'ul
.Vlr A'hiirion, J II. res l.nnknlin
IH Aich-rlv, Dr J lluri'tnul.i mi ll'iin h-
Ixiwf i. llllli'i hours, s-IO u in,
J-l it in. 7-S II III
Anderson Dr, DcntUt, llotnlniid Alu-
lluruli.ir.ll, I", O. rrs I'uiichlHinl t
in ur 1'nliu't' Willi.
ll oth, C'li ik, lux 1'iiiuin
llriiliev. I'ruf I.. rr."il Kiniiin nt
llrvhiiiu. Nlui'iu Huuiilan (i'imIiio h
Ilulhel st iviiir KIiik
ll.nuseii A. rts Siiimiu
Mid I'oiil.o, 0 M, ris l.uiiUihii
.i i oiDiirn, .11 li, re- wnlklKl--'.' ikIIi
Cuu-oli luteal Sod.i Water Work Co,
l'Hilnii;i le, rort nud Allin sit
t'lly CirrliiceO , Kliih'iind llutholsti
D.i) inn, D.nlil, ollli'o .Meruhuiit uud
Olrvln. J W, ret
(Iruhiiiii, S.uul K, rr I'liiiuhhuwl at
II irt, Jiiil),'i). ri's
lluw.il uu HeM-riive Co, Kognrty A-
lturiielle, ruiiuhhowl i.i'ur I'iiIiUo
J I it w in l.i 1 1 Mcnnoiuicr f-orvii'o, 1. M
J. hiiton iiiuimh't'r, MiiMinlo lluild-
lli-rhert Drdio-OIUiii hours, ll-ll n
iu. ' 'I in. A in Alukva liar
lli'il'iri, Dr tltu, rt' Alalieii nuir
Ho liuiii'r'H Sliooln; Shiip, ij'icou mid
llulrliliiMiu, .V. res Ahii:il and Klnau
limx Dr (I A Olllvu hours: H 10 a in,
Ital'auH at Lyons suffered s-eteruly
iu person and pioperly from rioters
inflamed by tlio murder of the Pie
sident, 'Iho French Government
has lu formed thu Italian that It
would protuut ltuliau subjuuts iu
tie of I he 25 cent sio had been tiel,
a mailied iiuproveiueut was seen and
Its continued use cured the eliilil.
I lis weakness ami puny coiistitulinti
diiaimeared nud its lallier and mv
fell believe the child's life was saved , i
i bv thin Ueiiiedv. J. T. Mvnuiu.M i th
I),, Tatuaroa, 111. For sale by all
dealers, lioiison, Smith A: Co.,
' Agent for thu llawuli&u Ulbiidd.
1 .1 n in. 7-s n in-l.i
:t"7 1 h n l o's I'oul hcilm INihili ulu
.'il'l'i KnliouVii. .Inn, rut W.iliiiuiiulo
MW Iviilnii II tuuli
J7 Linn, Mrs rniit (1 H, n-t Uiilnnst
Mcl.-illi, .Inn, res lliTftmiU nud
Mull, (', ri' lli'rutniil.t nud r.iniuii st
Nni'.iiuiiM, li (, rus .Mi'ii'h.iiit st ueur
C)ii ri llo'iu
Nnrlli l'lellUi I'emt riioiihulu uud
1-YrtllU-r, K till lit
Nines, I'uicr, let Wiiiiunuiilo
llkuhu, llev K, rut KuUni tt
To ir, K, rot lluri'iiitu.1 iiuiir I'uiioh-
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Qnur .mini- llrouuilt, Miiullolu
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S'luuiicr, 1' A. r.'t nlk i k I
Suvti.iiH", II W, let Kiiik nuivr I'll-
hliirili'viiut, I' V uud II A, rus Mu-
St.inlui, W I., I.'idy llerrnn, rm Kilii
uud l'ill.ui M
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'luiiiiU'n( I'iishloii, M li rillv.i, i'nri
nriir llniul st
I inner, Mrs II, rut llerutiilill nud
I on Mo
Vim II mini, l', n' Youiik uud Virtu.
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Willi nut ll'n, rurnlliiru Di'.iliT.
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Finest of Wines & Liquors
Hillinrd 6c rioading Roqiii
no in I'aiuosk
3fU-T.-JV.X. rSJZZZZS'ZXOZTSZ 273.
We understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by means of a
transport between Tacoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure J
the business without the extra
handling of freight Washing-'
ton is a great state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
of wheat and giving to the peo
ple of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can urow. If a line of steamers
1 Imin. I nn.t.M .l1n ..
Hum laiuuia u i wiwjiiaiua
calling here could be made to i
pay it would certainly be a I
good thing for Hawaii. Every
vessel that docks here means
money to the merchants; the
more vessels, the more money,
and it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on 1'ugct Sound got
most of its business through
the fact of its being the port of
entry for tin Sound. As time
passed other towns sprung up
and developed into cities of!
larger and stronger growth J
than t'e ocher, and they were '
iu time made sub-ports of n
try. From that time until to
day it has been a case of the j
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its $300, -oo ,
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerl)
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has gone with it. So it has
been here on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
clean; nunorens 01 people nere
can remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time. Is money as plentiful iu
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaletdYips? It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
days when the shipping at La-
haina was larger than it is to
day. It is as easy, then, to
calculate the bew fits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu.
If there has ever b'en a
better iron stove than the
"l'ansv" manufactured we
not heard of it. Hundred
these stoves are in use here, 1
and every one has given satis- j
faction. We have them in I
three sizes and keep gutting '
them by every steamer. If,
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity of
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a "l'ansy."
The "D. & IX" polisher will
succeed Sapolio just as the
safety has succeeded the old
time velocipede. We have
tried this polisher for every
i purpose for which Sapolio is
j used and find it supeiinr!
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
A I .HO TDK
Frenoh Kid Slioe eLt 1B3.2S
Wk iiiv now offering the bent value in town
in LikI'ioh', Children's and Gent's lVt Ulaek
Hosiery. Just received 11 new Mock of
Diinitys in Colored and While Muslin.,
Lawns, etc. If you are in need of pretty
Wash Materials and Luces to trim them,
call on It. K. K1ILBUS & Co. We still
have n full line of Ladies Hquipoisc and
.leaness Miller .Wii.Mh. Our Double "V"
Waihts for Children, all iitfcs, in Hrit huiii
mer and heavy weight are unexcelled.
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111 N'UUANU stukbt
M KKUL1ANT TAI Lolt.
TIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW rVIOi'K OK
lust !(.' uivoil !
Dry tJoodB. Fancy Good. L.iwuh. Etc., Eto..
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
1 1 r. ..'im
Temple of Fashion
SI Eort Street
Jve i Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
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rwu inn i r.r.iv in uiiiiit 11111111 nir .m itoou to Arrive
yir S, S. Aunt rutin.
l.nilii' Uinlorvvinr, ItoyV Chithin. Livrno AMirtunnii f L.tiliiM1 ami
uiiiiiiriui 1 niKifs
Lnrfo line of WooIhiih n 2'w,
niiiutRt'iif; "iiiKiiiiiiin. 1-vninir.?i.vni. viitnth nun i.-iiiii'- li.tlliini":
nuiiN Diiiiut, aiiriit, uiiwiik nun uriiM iioiiiin m ivry (li'tn-riptloii
1&. O-. SILVA, Proprietor.
omnium r ouiirn
;o line of Wooluns n 2.V. llnmiflft t . 10 ynnl for f 1 00.
in ami Whili. CottoiiH, from 8 to -Jil vanU. .! 00 p..r nim-o.
tki-nK (iiiKlittiiis, V2 ynnla for.?l.UI. ' (litiith'niiil L.-uiii'-' H.tthini" Suit
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
AMv YOl'U (JKOCKK KOli - -
Hawaiian liai dwaro Co., L'd
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I :u7 VilWV STUKKT.
XF This Brand will always ba ftnml Heliablo and Good Valiw.
twritoliell i PRtovflon Ooawi adlh
25 (JoutH will buy Dovo's jMap of Honolulu.