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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, IBM
Tuekdat, July 10.
Ilk S 0 Allen, Thompson, from San Frnti-
hlinr Knaln from Wnlinae
Wmixesvit, July II.
Stnir Klnmt from Hawaii and Maul
WrnitEsniY, July II.
Kttnr Walalcilo for Kauai ut 1 p m
Vaunts Leaving To-morrow.
Htmr Jm Mnkc for Knrmi nt n n m
Bttur Kanln for Wuhinop, Wiihihm
Moknloin nt 8 n in
Oartcooa from Island Porta.
Stmr Knala 1.7. tag 4 sugar, 471 hags
btrnr Klimu 10,X bti Mignr, tt)1 lings
potatoes. IK Imgx corn, Is bale wool,
31 bdl hides, 1 III sheep, to hog, i
horses, 175 pltR Mindtl- .
From San FmncUrn, por bk S C Alton.
July 10-Mr llrruham and wife, W II
From Maul and llrwnil ict tmr Kln.iii
Julv, 11-K 0 Mncfarlnnc vV K Him I'll, W
W OooUale, II O Austin. It A I.vinau, Jr.
Mrs C a-ccl-, Mr- J Ma.-liB.lo, Mr W
Dunn, Miss Fanny & satti, (.' Stoeckle, W
Smith, A 1'errrlua, II I' laldwlii, II A
UMdwIn, D II Jhtvli, Akotia mid III duck.
For Kaunl tier Mrnr Waliitcale, July II -A
8 Wilcox. U N Wlloox.
I'llMare b'lng tl'lren for the new fish-
utarkei, landing, j
The st'Siuer Mlkahata has gone on tloi
Murine Hallway for additional repairs. I
The Mlislonary steam packet Mottling
filar Is being got rruily for sea. Sli" has ,
taken In all Her cargo and provisions.
Mli.iS.MAN At Honolulu. July litli, tollie
Mlfu of T. It. Mossmnn, a daughter.
MKI.ANIM.Y At llmmkaa, June 31th, to
the wife ut J. F. Mulanplt , a son.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWF,
Co.D will moot for drill thisovon-
The Kiiian brought 10,032 bagB of
sugar from Hawaii this trip.
1'ntil Neumann is oxpoetod on tho
S. S. Australia next Saturday.
Ladles trimmed sailor haU for
50 cents at Sachs', Fort streot.
E. C. Maefnrlnno and II. 1. llalil
wiu wore passengers by tho Kinnu
V. Wolters has boon addtd lo tho j
list of new subscribers to llio Mu
David Dayton, administrator, ha
a tiolloo to croditors of tho Into
Joseph N. (J. Oilman.
Tho noxl ball gntno between tho
Crescents and Kaiuohainoha is ex
pected to bo a hotly contested one
Mr. Bronham and Mis. Anuio K.
Druuhnm, noo Dowsolt, arrived on
tho bark S. (!. Alton from Sail Fran
Tho People's party will meet
ngnin on Tuesday next, when it is
expected a largo crowd will bo pro
sent. Mr. Petoron, tho tratnenr driver,
lias been given a mention, after llvo
stead v work, lie Inn gone lo
HIGH KEQTJIEM MASS.
POUUKAINA OIBLV BOHOOL
Very Successful Oloaing Exhibition
PokultHinu Girls' School hold its
dosing exhibition this morning,
l'rof. Alexander and Mesilauie.s Dil
lingham and Dodgo of tho Hoard
of Education, Itispentor-Goiiorttt A.
T. Atkinson anil many friends were
present. Miss Duncan, Mix Atkin
son, Miss May Atkinson and Mi-is
I'orry nro tho teachers in thin mmiiI
nary. Tho blackboard work wat
mmarkably good, tho writing show
lug careful training. In readiug tho
enunciuliou of English was excel
lent. Mental arithmetic was done
with accuracy and promptness
Pieces were well recited in tho oxer
eices, drawing forth appluuo from
the visitors. Eight of the gills gave
a pretty hoop drill, the hoops being
Don't forget the eutertninnictit at
St. Louis College next Monday even
imr. when a splendid program will
Two s oun plow recently import
ed from Scotland are to bo shipped
1 1 tho Waimaualo plantation on tho
slimmer J. A. Cummins.
Tho closing exorcises of tho Uoynl
and Kalihi-waoun schools will take
place to-morrow. Tho Kauluwulii
school will oloao on Friday.
Benson, Smith it Co. are ready for
thofr.i). They tncol all out prices
in drugs, ami tiioir large puronage
will continue to receive the utunMt
satisfaction at their hand.
The life proervor and boat which
wore lost from tho Andrew Woloh
and tloated ashore at Lale, the other
side of this Maud, were brought to
town on the Kuala last night.
The Postal Savings Hank and
Mouov Order departments recently
transferred from below to upstairs
in the Post Ollico were opi-uod to
the public for the firot tiiuo this
It is suopected that omo public
ami private iuditidii ils, who other
wise would have been preent, were
misled by an ilem in lh morning
paper stating that the high nqtiioui
uias wo to le held in the after-noon.
The closing oxercihos of the Chi
nese Mission Schools will bo held
to moriow, Tliursdav, .Inly l'- from
I to.'tp m., at theCliiuoMiY.M.C.A.
hall on B.jreiaiiia street ( All friends
1 of tho iminu are cordially invited
tt be present.
Dflcuatex .1. W. Knlua and l K.
IiiM'iia and ,lo. U. Kaivaiiiui look a
CRICKET CLUB MEETING,
and Review of Six Months Resolved to
Have a Dinner,
The semi annual mooting of the
Honolulu Cricket Club was held at '
tho Hawaiiau Hotel yesterday even
ing with a fair Attendance. Itov. V.
H. Kitcat, president, read a very
interesting report, from the board of
management. Koferonce was made
to the replncing of implements lost
in tho burning of tho grand stand,
the fact being given out that tho ,
now property of the club is insured.
Mombors were reminded iu a pleas- ,
ant way of their duties to the club.
Several points in tho report wore
it. L. Auorbach, treasuror, read
his report, showing that the club
was in good financial condition.
M. Brnsch, vice captain, read a ro
port ou tho matches thus far played
this season, which gave the batting ,
and bowling averages of the players, i
Dr. lugs holds tho highest batting '
After the reading of the reports, I
details woro discussed. It was left '
with the management to deride
whether to have le frequent
matches and more practice It was
resolved to have a club dinner on
Thursday, Hllh inst., to which most
of those present subscribed. A vote
of thanks was pased to Thomas
Wrinlit for Kratuitous work for tho
club, and Mr. Wright in replying
prolTerod a handsome amount to tho
lire subscription. President Kitcat
was accorded a cordial vote of
thanks for his able report and grace
ful conduct of tho meeting. On the
adjournment of the club many were
heard to say that it was one of tho
most satisfactory meetings of a field
sport organization they had ever at
tended. G. It. llarmou, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish liest factory references. Ordors
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will ro
echo prompt attention. All work i
guaranteed to bo tho same as done
in factor'. '
Vht rVif,1 M.(Mi 5'l nf
Sham Breath, Heart Trouble., Rheumatism.
Headquarters for White Goods
JZra. L. it. Paltt
Kasla Creek, Oregon.
Tho Catholic Cathedral was
crowded, oven to tho gallery, at 9
o clock this morning, on tho occa
sion of tho high requiem mass for
the lamented President of Franco.
Captain Barker and ollicers of tho
U. S. flagship Philadelphia were pro
sent, with a company of bluejackets
from the same ship; also, Captain
Uooko and ollicers of tho British
cruiser Champion, with two com
panies of bluejankots. Of tho diplo
matic and consular corps there wore
present: Major Wodohouse, British
.Minister; Mons. Vorloye, accredited
French Commissioner; Mr. Mills,
Uuited States Consul General; F. A.
Schaefer. Italian Consul and Dean
of Corps: II. V. Schmidt, Consul
for Sweden ami Norway; Julius
Hotiug, Chilian Consul; Bruce Cart
wright, Peruvian Vice-Consul; F.
V. M tcfarlauo, acting Danish Con
sul; F. M. Swauzy, acting British
Vice-Consul, nud Goo Kim, Chinese
Commercial Agont. Tho Hawaiian
Government was represented by V.
O. Smith. Attorney General.
The Bishop of t'auopolis was the
celebraul; Father Francis, deacon;
Father Matthias, sub-deacon; Father
Clement, priest, ami Father Leonor,
uhr. Father Valentino led a na
tive choir, accompanied by the Ha
waiian National band. The music
was very grand, nud the whole cere
mony niost Impp'Mlvrt.
Bishop Gulstau, after tho service,
delivered a brief wldres in Kuglish.
Although not an adept in that
tongue. His Lordhips remarks wore
quite clear lo the auditors and made
a strong impression by the sympa
thetic tone in which thoy woro utter
ed. Iu substance ho spoke as fol
lows: When the startling news was
ilished all over Europe and under
tho ocean to America, that tho dis
tinguished President of Franco had
been foully murdered, tho heads of
tho nations promptly sent teleurams
of sympathy to the widow and her
children. From the Pope, (jiieon
Victoria, President Cleveland, Km
peror Francis Joseph of Austria,
iitothSLorSiS!;, JUST IlKCEIVKD additional subscribers.
Kiug Carlos of Portugal and others i
came those messages of human sym
pathy. When tho Poles were en
gaged in their memorable struggle
3T. S. SACHS'
"I hine Hied here In Orcein for the past
twenty ) can, and most of the time hare hern a
terjr great lultcrcr from Indnmnmlorr
rbrtimiiilam. 1 hive alio hid nlutttio doctor
eilied heait dtierue, lth utinrtricM of breath
and lharp pains hi the let t tide. 1 decided to Like
Itood'a BiMapnrllU, and ItC.'ot 1 h.ul (limited
three bottle I wa In better health than I had
been for yean, t do not Into any inlti now,
tteep wll, and toxin jr no nomati of my age
Enoya Bettor Health
than t. At home on the ranrh 1 tint only attend
to try family houunnrk, hut last summer I
card tor and milked fo ir row. 1 do not feal
that t can .iy half enough In prati of
Mni. I- M. r use, Jk'o Creek. Oregon.
Hood's rills ate prompt ajuI efficient, yet
eaftytnacUon. buidbralldusliU. SSe.
UOIUtON, NKWMAN A CU..
Agent for Hawaiian Wntnlx.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAINH00K8 Iu I'lnln, Striped, Check and flalda.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL UUADRS AND I'KK'RH.
UlMITtRH In Htrlrx-d, Clicks. I'Ulds and Hair Ut.m
IXtMA t.lNOXS, BATISTE AND COTTOS CKAPKS
COTTON MULLS IN WHITB, CBKA.M 4M M'KU
IMMKN8K VAKIKTY OK
WHITB . GOOJDS
AN KNIII.KHH VAUIKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMUItOlDKItY KIHIl.S'Ob In bwli, Nalnsunk and Hamh.UK
All Width- with In-r1ltin ti Mnlrh.
All'ovnr Eabrobiery, Babroidery Floancet and Deal Floamv
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
CUT THIS OUT! Figured Muslin,
Mutual Telephone Go.
bound with red, white ami blue. , Chinese hack for Sans Soiici voMor-
There were also dumb bell oxorcii-os day afternoon to see .Minister Willie,
very uenlly done. Tho Hinging was ''ho trio oxjirc-sotl their aopreeia
hwcot and woll modulated. Girls iu , tiou of th Mimster's rocoguitiou (Tj
tho upper rooms wore trained iu of thu now Itepubliu.
t " " . . ftf nil.. fl'
singing uy .uss AtKiimon. i no i
members of the Hoard expressed
themselves much pleaied with the
order ami decorum, which wore
Mm ply perfect. There are about
170 pupils iu the school.
TIIU TAL'OA M'llOOL.
From tho exhibition above report
ed Mosdamcs Dillingham and
Dodge, with Mr. Atkinson, visited
Pauoa school. Miss Ahoong hero in
structs 41 children. Tho eercises
were extremely satisfactory. The
toucher gives tuition iu the tunic
nol'fa system of singing, and tho
pupils to-day rendered vocal num
bers iu four parts. The order and
disuiiiliuo woro verv favorably coin
tuoulod upon by tho members of the
Hoard. Pauoa church was taken for
the exorcises, so as to admit tho par
ents and friends.
EXHIBITION AT EWA
Mr. J. W. Smith'.. School Hold JU
The school at I2a of which Mr.
J. W. Smith is principal uae its
closing Hxercises for the suhool year
to-day iu tho presence of uuinoroiin
friends and relatives. Tho school
uumbors about 80 pupils. Thu oxer
ni&es gout through showed con
Kcientious work on tho part of Mr.
Smith and his assistant V. Kapulo,
and also showed thorough attention
on tho part of the scholars lo attain
such oxacl results iu the scholarship,
The siuging was a bjiecial feature.
The clear and sweet tntouatiou, ex
act modulation and careful atten
tiou to time, uxpressiou anil time
rihowed such lesulls that any church
choir or other body of trained sing
ors in Honolulu might have boon
promt of. Iu fact, few of them
could approach tho 12wa school in
these regards. Heading, spelling,
mental and written arithmetic, and
in faut all the exercises of a well
conducted school, woro shown to
everybody's satisfaction. Map draw
ing from memory was shown iu o
cellout style on tho blackboard.
Special uiuiitiou amongst the recita
lions must bo given to Mismis Isabel
and Julia ami to Mutor F Cortea
aud W. McShuue Mr. Smith is to
bo complimented on tho Mieeossful
rejulta of his last year's work.
A horse kicked 11. S. Slinefor, of
tho Free my or House, Middloburg,
N. V., on the knee, whieli laid him
up iu bed and caused the kueo joint
to become stiir. A friend recoui
meuded him to use Chamberlain's
Pain Halm, which ho tlid, and in two
days was able to be around Mr
Sliaefer has lecoiumoiideit il to
ninny others and nays it is excellent
for any kind of a bruise or sprain.
This same romed is also famous (or
ilh cures of rheumatism For sale
by all dealers. Heiisou, Smith &
Co., Agents for thu Hawaiian Isl-audi,
0. .1. McCarthy. D
as iustalliui; otlicr at the iiihtalla-
tiou serviciM to be held at tin Cntlo
Hall of Mvsiic Lodge, K. of I'., tlu
eveiilug. There will bo other itu-
s asked to bo present.
SouiM iuier'ant cut out the tongue
of a cow belonging to i'aul Ihouhorg
at Wnialao. Tho Marrhal has olfor
ed a rowaid for his apprehension
In the meantime Mr. Nmiberg lia
investigated tho matter and has iu
ported his suspicious to lint police.
for iudeiiiindeuco. aud about to kTvo
way before thu combined onslaught
of Itussia, Austria and Prussia, tho
patriotic wail arose ftom them as
they lost courauc, "France is far
from o, aud heaven is too high."
Now, Franco is too far from us iu
those beautiful Hawaiian Islands to
allow ut to send a message of sym
pathy with the promplno-s of
other nations, but wo cannot say
"Heaven is too hiidi," and because
we so believe wo have come together
hero to-day to ask Almighty (lod to
have pity on the soul of tho mar
lyicd President of France, ami to
vouchsafe consolation to the poor
widow and her children. I thank
you all for your gooducs iu accept
nig my invitation to b present ou
(his occasion and thus show your
sympathy for France.
' Ilartcu Kara in Ptospxut
A challenge was received by the
I native boat boys from the barge
oruw of tho U. S. S. Philadelphia for
minlhitr rncn in I lie near .future, tho
S. C, will act ! cmirho to be from three to llvo inil-n.
A. L. (.'. Atkiiieou, coxswain of the
native boat, accepted tin challenge,
and agreed to a proportion to toss for
boats, the racing barges Haiiukook!
and Kuliaikaiiiiii being the boats.
Iu the afternoon another uicsage
was received from the Philadelphia
(row hinting that thoy withdrew the
ohallcng". Coxswain Atkinson is
anxious for a race and will tos for
boats. The Philadelphia crow is a
good one ami if the race is arranged
an exciting event will bo witnessed.
A KID. I, HUI'I'IA
Out and 1'ii't In thi Olhclnl
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
n.l iriit) iiihiv mi thr ay
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
rr.i.Ki'iioNKs iji -m
( )Krl(JP. Jfe
MYSTIC LOUOK. NO. a, K. of P.
i i.i. KNirmrH ijirvuKir.D .Mti:
J curill.illv iiivllcil t-i Ih i'ifiit nt tie-
r.ithi Hull iif Mvune 1 r. Xn. .', K.
of l'.,TIII.S(V.ln-.tay) KVl'.XIXO.
iW IiKtnlliithiii of nilli-rrx mid othtr
1 in M,rtu n t llii-lni'-..
IVr or.hr el tint ('. t'.
A. V. OI'.AIt,
K. of II. A
Tim closing exercises of the Kit
lihiwaeua miIiooI will take place to.
morrow from il a in. to about I'Ji.'Ul
p. m. Ou the program are Piusuti's
Spring Song, Sir A. Sullivan's Mi
kado madrigal ami Lowell Masou'n
anthem Jerusalem. Oilier features
are sewing, drawing and elocution.
Tho Hollister 'Drug Company
(Limited) have heard of a cut iu
prices romewhero. They are pro
pared to nll drugs lower than any
cut prices elsewhere. Prices of a
few stock remedies are quoted in
their space. You are cut tain of get
ting the bust value at their drug
store Wodding Tlini EvxniuK
Mmy Kaiipeun is to bo married
this oteiiinu; to .Manuel W".-s, a sales
man at 1J F Killers .V Co.'s. Itov.
U. II. Parker will prob.ibly porfonu
the corenionv. which will be iinvate.
Tlmre will be n reception ami a luau
later at the hom-o of .lames Spencer,
Pauoa, which are expected to bo
brilliant. As tho prospective bride
is a ward of tho Judiciary and undor
age, the 1011x1111 of the Court had to
be obtained for her marriage. There
is a snug sum on deposit for her iu
the Clerk's ollico, which will be paid
oer to her after marriage. In con
Foipience of her relations to the
Court, tho .Indues and clerkx are in
vited to the reception.
Last June, Dick Crawford brought
his luclxo months old child, HiillVr
iug from infantile diairliiea, to me.
It had been weaned at four months
old aud being se lly everything ran
through it like water through a
sieve. 1 gave it th usual treatment
in Mich cases but wi! limit benefit
The child koiit growing thinner mi
id it weighed but III t It more than
when horn, or pi'ihups ten pounds
I then Martetl the father lo giving
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhuii Kouieit liefore one but
tie of the 'Jo cent "sle had been liet,
n mm I. in I mi iimv iillliilit UIl Si'i'll anil
lis coiiliuiieil iiso euied the child Ihlllinl-
llh weakiu'ss ami puns cunMiliiti"ii
dlraitpeared iiml Us father ami in
self i)mioo the child's life was saved
b this Uoiiiedy. .1. 1. Muu.on, M
D., Taimiroa, III. For sale by all
dealers. ISeujoii, Smith & Co.,
AgMiilH for the Hawaiian Island.
Those Stolon Oouda
Antono Cloys was brought liefore
the District Magistrate this morn
iug to answer to two separate charges
of receiving stolen property. One
was receiving a gold jewelled pin
valued nt '.", from M. It. Parmenler
ou Juno nth, thu property of Mrs.
Albert Lucas, and the other receiv
iug a gold jewelled ring valued at
.lli0, ou .lime 'Ji'it h, tho property of1
tho same party. Cloys pleaded not
guilt and through consent of both
counsel trial was set for Friday
morning at IhiU) o'clock.
C. Stoeckle, the phonograph man,
has returned from Ililo by tho Ki
nau this morning. Mr. Stoeckle has
been very Nucccnsful iu his tour nud
intends taking his talking machine
to Ivau for exhibition.
NOTIOE TO OREDITOKB.
UK t'XIir.UHKINKIl HKItKllY
ci vi tiotliM Hint In tins iM'i'n iliily
apiHiintcl In the fllrcilit Toiirt, rlil lr
('tilt, n' lie )Iii-iiIhii UIbii'I", AdmlnistM
tor nl tl.- KxIiiIk of Jo".i X O. Ollimin,
lutoot lloiiolil'ii ih't-ia .l. anil all ilililn
ilun h,.- Ml 1 ih-cia i'il, shi'thrr fi,uriil hv
nnirlMK'' ,,r 'h"lsf must hi- rnMiti-il
to tin- iniii'r-l!i(il il'tly niitleiiitiojli-il
wllhlli six niuiilliii from ilate hrri'i'l or
tlmy lll l.tt fort vt-rhnrri'il, nml ul imtoiih
liiili-hliil io th" ulit INttitt' ii r i lerrli)
imtilli .1 ' iii'' llo- hiiniB liniiuilliit' I)'.
Dati-'l.M llotioliiln. Iitl In, Is 'I
Ailmlnl' r.it-i.-o' thu Ktntn ' If' i X
0. (1.1 IIIOI, ltCf'1-llse.l. lliSM n (l
G. E. BOARDMAN,
SsOi.K M1KM' KOIt
51 lr Alliflflon. J II. rrs l.tinknha
IIS Atrhcrly, Dr J. Ilon-tsnla sn.l IMti-h-howl
if, Olllcc hours, s-o in,
'.'-I i in. 7 8 ii in
107 Atiilirsoii Dr, Dentist, Hole' six! All
(VnI llHruliur.lt. K O. rrn I'ltiiohlsml at
, litur l'n ni' Walk
litl llooth, I'li.i". ri' Pinion
I I7i llnol'cy, l'rof I., n-s.'il Kiiimi t
i III I llri'lmin. Xh'o ns lltwiebii p-mtni'M
I llc'ihrl ft mar Klnu
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1 .11 In ConVo. 0 M. rii l.iiiikilnt
I Kit Culhiirn, M It, n- Wniklkl -'.' till"
71 Con-oil Iniisl bishi Water Works ("o, ,
l-'npliinn-'p. l-ort aii'l Alh'ti st
I 111 I'liy lirrhi(!i' Oo, KliiKiitel IIkhIsIs
M Union. Dsvlil, olllt-r Mi-rchmit nnl
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il llialciin, .S.iinl K, rrs I'li'M-hltoul si
lira Hart. JiMp'. rr
.'lis haw il mi Ih'Vi'raeu Co. Kuuiirl ,: i
lliirni'ttc, Piim-hUiwI t.i'iir I'rtliit't-
ft'i llaniiii.tn Mi-s-n!rr rvii'e. I. M
J .In. miii iiiiiiiiiKtr, Mnsoii.e Itulhl-
l.'l lliriii-rt DrOt'i-OMIf hours ii- a
in I :t in. s i ni -Ahiki'it ni'iir
.111 HitImti. Dr lire. rr Ahiki-i n,nr
IW Ho llni'i'r's Memln .stoi, ijiiwii mul ,
ilhl llnli'ltlti-oii, A. res Ahiiittninl ICIimn
i' liiKt Dr (1 A -Ollliv hunts: sum in
I a p in, 7-s in -Kiiiihh st
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.'ii:t'i Kuhookit, Jim, ri-s W.ilii..umlii
M:K KhIIiim llmii'h
JT.i l.ui'i. .Mrs i'uit (I H, n-s Union st
il.' Mul-nln, Jim, ns IlLrcianU miii!
70s Mett, i', ns lliTi'lnnlii nml Kiiiiini st
ITti .Siii'Hyiiiiiii. O O, ri's Mfiith.inlsl iit-ar
i!7 Xorlli I'atllltt (,'onst Pliosi.hut,- mul
ftlllc Xiiik's. IVior, its Wiiiinitiiiilo
171 nkitho, Itnv I', res Kttkiil st
70,'i Poor, K, rrs liri-isula ln-ar I'linrh-
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'J.'i7 hi'hsi'htr K A, res Xiiiiiiini
lil Ht'hnufcr, K A. r W alkikl
U7 N'Vi-rnuo-, II W, rca Kinit nrar I'll-
J: 8liirtli!nnt, 0 V ami It A, res Ma-
.Vel Stanley. W I., bail) Hunon, rus KIuk
uml I'ilkoi H
7'Jt) Hotua. J It, rc School nrnr IIIUiu st
II'.' Tiniii(uof Kashloli, M l bllvit, Kurt
in-ur llolcl st
:tiS Turner, Mrs II, rot llcri'tteiln ami
lUi Von 1 1 it Mini . t', n-s Yoiiiik uml Victo
I'tl Wiislon, V re 1'iinnlioii
7tl Williams ll'os, Kiirnltiirt, DiiiIits,
KIiik near Kort nt
Kt Wing On Wo Si Co, lm(Mirirs Kiitif
ni-ar Mniinukrit st
au Wultt-ri, W, rt-s, l.miuliUist
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
JPrenoli BZldi Slioe a.t 132.S
Wk iii'f now iiffci'iiig the I
in Lutlifs', Childit'ii'n and
llohii'ry. 'Just ri'ci'ivotl
Dimilys in Color'l ami
Lawns, itc. II" yon arc
Wash Matt'iials and Iiitcfs
call on H. V. l-UILKUS iV:
havt' a full line ol' Ladies
leane.sH Miller Waisttt. Our
Wuihtts for Cliildifii, all ae.N,
ifhl value in town
Cient's Kant Klack
a new xtock of
in neeil of pretty
to trim them.
(JO. We still
mi! ami heavy
111 NVUANU STKKKT.
M K I. chant Tai ldk.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
SKW HTOi'K iK
.IllSt IbniHVttil !
UUITB PROU 14 UP
UoodH. Fancy Onods, Liiwiih, Eto
Km . En-
Qent's Furnishings of Every Description.
.JUST COM PA Kb Til 10 FKJUUKS TOO UUSY
German Syrup 55c.
Culver's Root Beer 5c.
Hop Bitters 75c.
Celery Boof and Iron 75c.
Scott's Emulsion (large) 75c.
Scott's Emulsion (small) 40c.
Fiy Syrup (large) 75c.
Fig Syrup (small) 40c.
X lllSIII'll KOOIIIK Hi No
1 (liuili-n Ijinr
h'll It iab
Temple of Fashion
SI DTort Strtet
mii a Xh-'vl) 1 tirnUh-
nl Ki'iiiii In n irlvit't Iiiiiiim
near tl.p street ear line Ail
ilr.''T O ll'ii ml
1 .rrt -
IHH'HK UK lolllll
It oins fiirnUli'-il lor
reonifrs Hum rfu-oiiulilf.
AiikIv No III) Ximuiel
iitri-m, nxt door to tin- Whitu lloiet'
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i it-it'nr. ..i i ii i . i yl
1 i iin'i, iioitoiniii. nirtt
Aimlv mi ureniikte. or of tiif!
jirr. or r.v.s i in.
(Ill lioiiril sii'iiniiT W.U HhII
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
FOK ON'K WT.KK to in.iko room for New (JootN to rnv
)er S. S. A list ml i
l.nilns' I'uilertvenr, lt V ('lothitiK, l.nro Asiiriniint of l.nilies' nmt
I.nrKt lino of Woolens nl 'Joe rinnnelettes, Id jnrtl- for f I IK"I
lirowii nml White Cotions. from Shi JD yitnls, .fl tKI tnr jiiooo.
Auioskeri).' OiiikIihiiir, 1- vimls furrl (Kl, (leutr'nuil Lielios' Itithin Mot
Silks, S.stiiiH. Si-rfjos. litvu rimi Dreas Unmls nf etory deseription
L. O. SIL.VA, Proprietor.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
A.sK YOl'K (JI.OCKU KOU
ii I low
the Lartfcil an 1 UeM Sloek on the
NT) ONIfi lo nii'lei-.ll us.
IIOLLISTEE, DRUG CO.,
( -La I 3UI I T 233 D )
5Sa fort Streat, Honolulu, I. I
v I WAIKIKI OS THK
i lli'ieh uiiiifuriHiiif &r,i3b&l
iiiiitrii'rs for out- or tvto Mn- Jf5J2iJL
cli. ii.iiitli.iiii ii- Isianl on- 1Sd2
itloliiil, limlilnit lai'Uiilfi-kihnI I'ur ,aill
Him il lll'l I I lis ill I H K
ro iik i.r.i I'M't'itxisnr.D rnr.
I hotirn itllil iri'lllli' ixTtllilt'il Ii) l'iil.
Mist In Xniitiuii vbIIi')'. risin(ti' Urn 1'uiteii
valley riiail. Hnvi'llly li-fl itlinvi' ki-rt h'Vi'l
Truiuriirs !' tln );i'. lor ntrtliilatk
1 nt'inlri ou thr irinlri or nl II. 1IIHI',
1 Murchfciit ttrtct, aillolnliiK IIMiopibaiik.
I.?'- This Brand will always bs found Kellabh and Good Value. i
MILolTOll Ac. Potot'fiOtt OOH-fclt
'25 (JiuitH will huy Dovo'a IMitp if Honolulu,