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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1894
Tiiur'Oat, July 12.
8 8 Klo dc Jnnolro, Bmtth, from Hongkong
Stmr Hawaii from Hawaii
Thursday, Jnly 12.
Am hktne Bkntftt, Huhhuon, for 1'ort
8 8 Alkokn Mnru, Maur, for Yokohama
Stmr Jag Makee for Kaia at ! a m
Btmr Kaala for Wnlanae, Walnliln mid
Mukulcia at 8 n m
furnished rooms to
KNIQHTS IN MYSTIC OABTLE.
Vestol leaving To-morrow.
6 8 Rio de Janeiro, Smith, fur San Fran
cisco Btmr Klnau for Maul ami Hawaii at I p in
Gnrtfoei from Island Porta.
3 WO hag sugar, 33 heml
Lodgo OERcoiB Installed and a Ban
Yesterday evening tho ofBcors of
Mystic! Loilc. No. 2, KniRlits of
I'ytliias, woro installed by C. J. Mc
Carthy, Deputy Supremo Chancel
lor, assisted by tho following named
Knights as Supremo Lodge ollioors:
J. O. Hothwoll, J, A. Mehrtun, Goo.
Donisou. Oeo. Stratemeyor and Ira
A. liurgit. Tho officers so installed
aro as follows:
Bro. A. V. Gear, Chancellor Com
Bro. A. E. Murphy, Master of Work.
JJro. Ooorgo Uruus, Vico Chancel
lor. Bro. L. Aungst, Prolate
Bro. J. F. Eokardl, Keoper of
Records and Seal.
Bro. J. Schuack, Mater of Finance
Bro. M. A. Uousalres,
From Honpkons nnil Yoknhamn, per S
B ltlo do Juiiclru, July M-Hr and Mrs W
P WcMelhocft, M sJoyn, Mr V Jack-nn
Count lll'tnnrok. For Hnu Krnin-hco: I)r,
Mr and Mi Onte i' Itudolph, Malor
VlflM, 11 A. Cnt.t llnlnhrMga. It A, V I'
Holt, t t'lmle Wnner, K .Mlruimwn. A V
0 ltruyn, J 1) l'att ur, J II (IixhI, nl(e and
ton, A 1' Mnrtr.
The hnrketitlne Bknglt, ('apt. Ititliluin,
left to-day (ur l'ort TumiimmiiI In lullant.
The steamer Hawaii brought 17 J. I ling
sugiir from Hououiu and lt bitgs from
'J ho 8. 8. Alkokn Mam took 11.310 gal
lons of inolnves fur Yokohama. 8ho tail
ed this morning.
The l'aclllc Mall S. S. City of Itlo do
Janeiro, Captain J F. hmltli, irotii Hong
kong June 'JU'li via Yokohama July I, Is 'I.
Arrlvrd at llouulitlu July 1'ih at Vi m.
IIqto had line weather the wliolo pas-OKO
BAD FOOD ON BALE.
Bwrloua Cotnplalnta Aniust Goiito
Complaints aro heard daily of tho
selling of tainted fiih and meat at
tho Dsh market- Thero is seldom
anyouo at the market to inspect
these articles, ami ou several occa
sious during the past week putrid
fish and llesh have been sold to peo
ple unaccustomed to judge of the
quality of raw food. Twice within
a few days a gentleman purehmed
crabs nud llnh.at tho market only to
discover after they had been cooked
that they were bad. Sumo action
ought to be taken in tho matter by
tho Bourd of Health and its proper
officers in that regard be kept better
up to his duties. By having food
that is unfit to oat condemned, much
of tho sickness now prevailing would
bo arrested. Complaints aro heard
on all hand, and vendors persisting
tu tho salu of corrupt or too Male
food ought to have their liceiises
lot at Waikiki.
Six arrests woro mado to-day of
Tho Kauluwela School will have
closing exercises to-morrow.
A dividend on Mutual Telophouo
stock will bo payblo next Monday.
Mr. Geo. E. Boardmau is author
ized collector for Hollistor ic Co.
Tho monthly meeting of the Y.M.
C.A. will bo held this evening at 7:!J0.
Admiral Walker gave a dinnor at
tho Hawaiian Hotel Tuosday ovou-
i"B- . .
The public band will givo n moon
light concert at Mukce Island this
Officers of the Pioneer Building
and Loan Asociatiou aro elsewhere
Tho S. S. Rio de Janeiro brought
fifty Japs iu the strerago and six
cabin passengers for Honolulu.
Kalihiwacua school had Interest
ing closing exorcises to-day, of which
a report will appear next issue.
West, a bluejacket 1m IT. M. S.
Champion, fell from aloft yesterday
and was badly injured. Hois in tho
No less than twelve prizes aro of
fered for cixtumei at the American
League's masked ball ou August 0.
Seo tho list elsowhere.
Cut mil the new sulxcriber list of
the Mutual Telephone Company of the war of the rebellion. It had
IIOYAL SCHOOL CLOSING.
List of Prizo Winners and Notes on
Tho Roval School closed for Its
annual summer vacation to-day,
, aftor a Bticeosful yt-ar s work. Ihe j
examinations have been held within
tho past two weeks and the closing
I oxercisos took placo in the different
departments this morning. In the j
I primary department the exercises ,
wero ovor early and all repaired to
the principals room, where Ihe ,
members of the senior class render- ,
ed a very entertaining program. It
consisted of dialogues, recitations ,
and singing, which woro well execut
ed. Tho Royal School has tho
reputation of winding up its school
term with a fine entertainment, and
this year was no excoption. Tho
urogram was a uood one. Tho
Master of prizes woro awarded as follows, Mrs.
' 15. F. Dillingham handinu them to
Bro. A. W. Clark, Mastor of Arms, the differeut recipients: Zachariah
Bro. CD. Chase, Inner Guard. MoKoagtte, first prizo and captain
Bro. S. J. Salter, Outer Guard. i of school; W. Holokahlki, second
Tlioro was a goodly attendance of I prizo; Joseph Kealolio, third prize;
mportant bust-1 Kalaut Peter, fourth prize; U. Kitt-
awe, nun prize, in me nssisiaui
principal's room first prizo was
awarded to W. Keawe, Crowell sec
ond prize. The prizes for tho best
recitations were won by W. Isaac,
Zachariah McKeague and R. Ulu
kou. Among thoo nreent were: Prof.
W D Alexander, Mrs F. S. Dodge,
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, of the Board
of Education, and A. T. Atkinson,
I Inspector-General of Schools; Mrs.
' M. Brown and Mrs. Mackintosh.
aome very neat wood work was
Hon, Wm, S, Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood
27ie Dtat Jifood Iurflr.
.. Headquarters for White Goods
1ST. S. SACKS'
KuiirhtH nutl much in
noss was done. When tho meeting
closed tables wero spread in tho hall,
on which nn elegant collation was
laid by Bro. Stoiner, of the Elite Ico
Cream Parlors. Tho D. S. C, Bro.
McCarthy, presided over tho foat,
supported on the right, by the C. C.
Bro. Gear. After full jutico had
been donn to tho viands, tho follow
l"g special and volunteer tonsts wero
proposed and heattlly honored:
"Tho Supremo Lodge." Tho
Deputy Supreme Chancellor re
sponded. Among other things he said
tin) order had lis origin iu the time
tlon. rrtflfam H. Warner
Fond du I.&0. Wis.
The following l from ex-Con;rreMmaii
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him:
"I can truly siy tliit t tnmM't Hood's Rar
pnillla ttio best mcdlcluo for purlt) Ins tlio Mood.
It ill J mo cod when ptiyddam ami other medl'
elnes fatlccl. IthanlncrMe.t my nppctlto and
sffijH-rt to renew tnjr ymitli. Tlili l absolutely
immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Checks and Plaid.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A.LL UKAUR8 AND HKIt'KH.
OtMITlKS In Striped, Cheelcg, I'lalds and Hair Lltit
I SWA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM ANl MiKU
lilMBNHB VAHIKTY OK
AN KNIH.K8H VAKtETY OK-
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIKOIDEKY ElHIISOa In 8wlii, NalnooH and Hamburg tti
All Widths with InvrtltiK t" Mauh.
All'uvnr BtBbroldery, Eabroldery Floonca and Demi Flnaflnm.
Laoes of Every Description in All Widths
exhibited in tho assistant principal's I ttuc." Vf. 8. WAtixr n. fond liu tie. W
and post it up. A few additions to
it appear iu this issue.
Kahalemautia and Hnlulu were on
trial iu the District Court this after
noon for housebreaking and larceny.
Both ate old jailbirds.
L. J. Levey will hold his regular
cash sale tit H) o'clock to-morrow.
Sewing machines and furniture are
specialties to be offered.
Count BUtnarek is one of the lias
seiigers for Honolulu by the Rio.
German residents will be delighted
to seo the sou of the venerable "Iron
extended beyond its original pun
pose. Thero wero nearly a quarter
of a million now in tho ranks of tho
Uniform Rank, who wero well drill
ed In military tactics aud ready for
patriotic duty in any national emor
lfencv. Thero woro now also many
lodges in Canada, ami one of tho j
grainiest parades ttiu unitorm unim
ever had was iu the city of Toronto.
Grand concert at bt. liiili . ol- j.anu, lo makutun 1oim rvfiiiHllu.
ego on Monday evening. Open ulr TmJ 0llintcrn sultnblu for K. of P.
uaiui concert oil llieuuege !iuimn-n
Drawings on exhibition
room. It was kniie worU. luu ouiy
tools used aro a gauge, compass,
rule, set square aud knife. Although '
a new departure, having only been J
introduced into tho school this year, .
very crcditaolo work has been turn
ed out by the boys. Letters wero
cut, designs of figures and other
articles wero made, and tho Inspec
tor General is very much ulcnsed
with the work. Ho intends having!
Oahti Lodge, No. l.of Honolulu, was I tho knife work introduced into other .
instituted about 1872, aud several ' publiu schools. It is pretty gen
years later Mystic Lodge was organ-1 orally used throughout tho tinted ;
ized. It formerly required at least i States. '
flvo lodges tiimuko a district eligible I Prior to dismissing the school
for a Grand Lodge, but when tho i Rev. A. Mackintosh, principal, mado
required number in theso islands a few remarks concerning tho con-
had been attained mo law was union 01 mo um bcikhji uuuiuuk.
Ilood'a Pllla euro Conitipatlnn by redor-
Itik ttie pciUtalUo uctUmol Uta alliocuUrycaoal.
HOIIKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
AKents for Haalinn Hand
Summer Dress Goods
Young Naval Approntlcn
New Yoiik, Juno 20. Ever since
his last visit to tho Brooklyn Navy
Yard, six months or more ago, secre
tary of thoNnvy Herbert has evinced
at !1 1. m. Drawings on
iu room No. 1
Rehearsals nro comini' ou tlneh
for Mr. Adelslein's mandolin mini
cale on Tuesday evening. It will be
one of tho richest feasts of music
over given in Honolulu.
Tho following aro booked at the
olllce of 11. Haekfehl & Co. to leave
for Sail rraucisco on the S. a. Lily
of Rio do Janeiro: iludgo H. A.
Wideinann, J. A. Cummins, Major
Seward and Mr. Gilbert.
.1. V. Chapman eaters for Ban
quets. Socials, Private Dinner Par
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties,
etc. Ho will bepleaed locall upon
any ladlos or gentlemen who will
kindly addreiu him through the
Tho mails by the S. S. Rio de
.Janeiro for this port was lauded at
tho Quarantine Station this after
noon nud fumiirnted. The steamer
great interest in tho welfare of the I ' " oiitiWU. blii rominl to mm
tminir mi.n ,,! Iw.v. .vl, nr., n. I imSelli:erS tnilll UOUgltOllg Oil HO
prouticod iu tho Government shops,
r rout orders received liy Uommaiid
count of tho plague.
nut Gherardi, it is now learned thai
the Secretary has decided to give
tho matter his pergonal supervision.
In order to obtain tho best results
bo has mado a radical change in the
method of hiring these apprcuticcb.
Horoafter all applicants for places
apprentices in tho yard, instead of
going to see ward politicians, who
claim to havn iulluonco with the
powers that be, will only make out
applications in their own haudwrit
lug, giving references as to their per
loual character, and forward them
to Secretary Herbert at Washington.
He will look over the applications
and select such boys as he believes
will bo bet fitted for the work.
There will be n paper ehaie on
next Thursdav evening, tho members
of tho Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Club taking purl. Prince Cupid and
lames Simncer will be hounds. The
start will be from the corner of
King aud Fort streets at 7 o'clock.
The Mi rile Boat Club, nt its regu
lar meeting held esterday eveuiiiu',
elected the following (illlccr: A. (.
M. Robertson, president; A. M
Browu, vicopresideiit; V. Har
ris, secret arxi W. 0. Parke, tras
urerj V. H.'Wrinht, auditor; Alex
Lyle, captain; A. W. Carter, H- A.
Giles aud Charles Crane, tnibtees.
lodges was very limited outsldo of
Honolulu, Doing con lined ciitetiy to
n few storekeepers, mechauies, book
keepers and lunns. Tho speaker ro
furred to thedilllcttlly of maintain
ing meetings in tho country lodges,
lie having discovered when in llama
kua that some inuibers had lo travel
ID miles over gulches, etc., to attend
'Olllcers of Mxstio Lodu'e." Chan
cellor Commander Gear responded
iu happy phrases. Ho bespoke tho
assistance of all members to make
tho new term a success, and closed i
by proposing '
"Our Pant Chincellors." Uro. ;
Stratemeyor, Gnrteiibeig nud Eek
'Tho Knights." Bro. Towso on
swered in n neat speech, giving sotno
in formation of the progress of tho
order in tho great West of America.
In Denver there was a magnificent
"Our Visiting Brothers." Captain
Williams of the brighntiiie . G.
Irwin replied, giving some valuable
advice from his experience iu Cali
fornia. "The Treasurer." Bro. ,1. II.
Schnaclt in reply gently hinted to
tho members that he would seo them
when their dues were rcquiri'd.
'Our Sister LodgeOahu, Aloha,
Ivy. Kealin nud Mailo." Bro. .1.
"Retiring Olllcers or Myslic
Lodge." Responded to by A. E.
"The Press" aud "The Ladies"
were also duly honored. Bro. J.
Stcitier ropbjiiig for the fair sex.
Tim pleasant How of soul con
cluded with tho hinging of "Auld
Lang Sy no" with joined hands.
Me u rued tho uecestity of a now
building in tho immediate future, as
the present structure was old and
dilapidated. Ho was happy to nolo
that tho new Board of Education
hail taken the matter up, and it
would please him greatly were the
old building to collapse when the
children wero outside. Three cheers
were given for the Boaril and three
for tho principal and his etllcient
MafT. The following composed tho
teachers corps thU term: Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, principal; W. L. Stan
ley, assistant principal; Miss Tan
ner, Mis Brown, Miss Henry. Miss
L. Brickwood, Mrs Brown. Mis
Soreiisou, Miss Mossiuan, Miss Mo
lulyre mid Mis Lndd.
Fancy Dress Ball
- OK THE
- OIVEN AT-
GUT THIS OUT! Figured Muslin,
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
ESto.. Etc, Bto..
Mutual Telephone Go.
rw ''ut out
sml I'oit In Hi OMli'lal
U. E. Walker, the local Cleveland
bicycle agent, has made arrange
ments to give a gratid bicycle meet
ou August 11 at Kapiolani Park.
Thero is to be a number of races and
nine medals awarded, including three
very handsome gold ones. It is a
loug time since there has been any
thing of the kind, so tho wheelmen
should come out strong. The track
is going to be considerably improv
ed, aud if tho boys start iu at once
nnd tram, it should be a day of
record brcr.'iiug. Tho progiam of
the races will be advertised later
St. Louis, June lid. Assistant
General l'usseuger Agent Crane of
tho Wabash, who returned from
Chicago, reports Hint (he special
that left St. Louis over (hat line
Monday morning nt 1) o'clock, with u
delegation of commercial travelers,
arrived iu Chicago at il.-oO o'clock iu
tho afternoon, covering USII miles iu
six hours and fifteen minutes. The
train was made up of a baggage car,
passenger coauh, a uhuir and dining
car, and mado ten or twelve slops at
railroad crossings. Colonel Crane
timed the llyer for one mile and
made it fifty-six seconds.
W. II. Nelson, who is iu the drug
business at Kiugville, Mo., has m
much confidence in Chambei Iain's
Colic. Cholera and Uiarrini'a Item
ed' that he warrants every bottle
and oners to refund money to an;
customer who is not satisfied after
using It Mr. NeUou takes mi risk
iu doing this becausu tho reined is
u cerium cure for the diiouio for
which it is intended aud he knows
it. It is for sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith A; Co. Agent fin ihe
I'roMdnut Cleveland h:n sent the
nomiualloii of Frank McCoppiu for
l'oaliujutor of Suu Francisco to the
The Hawaiian Ua.etlo Company
has issued iu book form tho Pro
ceedings of tho Constitutional Con
vention, from the Advorlier's re
ports, with the text of the Constitu
tion as it finally pa-Sfd. There is
a halftone picture of President Dole
as a frontispiece, nud an index to
the Constitution i a convenience nt
the end of the volume.
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
A KUI.l. rMU'l'l.t
l'irl I'riic -Silk Prett, hy .1. J. IIksii,
(ur Mu-t Original lYmnlo I usiiunit
scconil l'rlii- r.tt'hlui! (lulil I'rionc. hv
tin- l'tii'l'i- lliirii'wiru I'D., fur lli-it Ktimufe
riMlKKi: MCKi V Kilt
1 lilvtn (I It. lima at Will
l.lki I'll III!- Il IVWI. Tl-lll
v ry ii-iiwiiiuliir. A pi'iy -hut
DIV1DKND lo Till". srocKHOI.D
L'li ill lint Ml il l Tki.hiiun I'um-
I-as I '!1 V ftlili- nil .lill III, IMII, ut tlu
OIlliiMif t'.'o. llficcr
Arlinit Tri-u- ari-r Miinml 'U-l. '
ELECTION OK OKKIOETta
Mm iiixiiiy ni'iri- en tin- way
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
ttr- 1 KU.I'IIONKh 11 -
.ii id Ntiiiiimi
T TIIK ANNl'AI. MKI-.TINii or
Ulrtfliirii ut i lio riiiMiit lli'iie'Nx
Mi l.uts Afin I vili N lii'lil III tlll-i rl
J. !l. Ih'll, ihi' In lnuilij; (.'I'lilN'MH'li win i'
el lit cm I mm oilii-iT' ill tlm Ao-iii'lutliiti fur
I Iih I'liMiilij,' ,i-ur,
. II. Ho K,
A V lii.ir,
G. E. BOARDKAN,
Mil I. Mil.S I'.MI
Corner Nuiiaou & Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
II Ki hlVIMl IIY I'.VKIIVKrKAMr.l:
Silk Dress Goods,
lAI'ANKSK SILK C II A IMC,
I'liilu iiinl llriM'inli'il,
JAl'ANKKK COTTON Olt.M'K
Silk Shirts and Nlglit Shirts,
Kill 1Iiiii-i MIW Ni-i'kllKh
ll.tii.Hlirrliiil" hliiiwln, bnlic'h.
lliiMery nnil OIiiimiimih,
Thlnl I'rUi I'linoy HuiiIiil' l.uuii, liy
lliiwuiliili liunlMure Co., (ur II.iiiiImi.ih-.i
I'liiirili Prize Htililfiit I.niiiii, lij 'utlu
I A: I'lHikc, fur lli'it liviitjcnittli U.nutT.
l-lllh I'rUe hilvtr Viise, hy B. O. Hall
j A Hun, fur Urnt l.:nly lliiiiuiir.
, hlxth l'rie- II) K. A. Jiiciliiii,fur Mu-t
, ()ri;liiiil Muln ( o-t unit-.
, Hcv.-ii'h l'riu-(hilil Hunrl I'ln. h H. V
Wii'liliiitu, (or llrel Mmu lUmrHi-Or Cos-
1 Klifhth l'rl -l'ulrof HliiM'r, liy Msnii
i liiPliiriiiK Hlimi I'd., (.irbucinl llcst tVluulu
Ninth IMu lint, liy Trury, lor Heat
Kuril I linei Ccintiiino liy tlriilleinnu,
I Ti'iith I'rle I'hetii Alhuin, hy Hawaiian
' S'iumi i'o., tor Ihiit llur.l liiiiis Costiline
I hy l.iuly.
I Khwi-nth I'rUe-n Hhlrti-. hv Mulht (ur
Mruml lli-it Mum Cluir.ii'li-r I'u-Uhih'.
Twell II I'ru.i lloltli' I't-rluiiin, liy Hen
, "tin Hinllli A I'u., lur M-ruiul Itt-nt l.aily
1 iiimmiiti.i; or ahiinokmi:nts:
i JuM'iih I. fiirUT, lli ilriuuii. I
I JlillllKUII, J. l'.llillKI'r, II. itIh
i I'. II. Mi'MnckiT, i liiiiriiinii; I
, Whlli', i: A. .Ihl'uIiiiiii. Win Kutun
, Cumlo, J. J, Inllll.
lieu '. hirali tm- i-r.
J. II. rioler, Juliu KkIvmiII, II. T. IHI
I llnnliimi. I., r. liler, .1 Mii'tlii, J K.
i J W Pr.ul. I'. I'- hmerln. J. W'allir
Julim, I liui Willi
ll iiiiii msiii:ii
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51 le Athertuu, J II. res t.iinknhs
lis Airlirrl), Dr J. Ileretniila nn.l I'nnrli.
Uml Kt. Olllce liiMir x-UJ a in,
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Amler-on Dr, DeiitUt, Hotel mul Ala-
Ilitriiharilt, K O, ren Piiik-IiIkihI il
in itr I'ft'rtcu WmIU
llrxith, I'll il, res I'aiinit
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lli'thel rlni'iir Kllit
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M Collmrn, M II, rci Wiilklkl '. tell.
Cuii-ull Intnl soilii ater WorkuCo.
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Cliv t'lirrinitii I'u, Kiiik tt if 1 llolhol tn
Djviiiii, DjvIiI, illli:e .MitcIiiiiii iiiiI
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lluialliin Mei't-tiuer h'ervlee, l M
Ji'hiiMiii mniKip-r, .Mii-iiiiie llullil-
Herlierl Dr llcu-(.ulli-e limirH. Ii-ll n
in, i .'I p in, 7-s ii in Aliiketi near
Herherl, Dr tlm, lei Alakcn inar
Ho lluijer'i ShiM'iiu Shep, 'i ii'" mi'l
llulcliliiHin, A, rei Aliinii mul Klnuu
Iiiuh DrO A -Olllce huiiri SUInin.
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I ri n I il'h I'ihiI M lien K-liliie ulu
Jiiiiunc Uilninri t nl I'ltiinhi k!
Kitliuitkii, Jim. re 'iliiiiiliulu
fil U KhIIiiii U.iih'Ii
'T.i l.iuti. Mr I'mil (I II. res I'nluii nl
Mi'IjiIii. Jim, re IleretiniU mm
Mm J V Mu, Dri" Mukir, lie l'ort
Mr J V Mnv. re I in Kurt M
Mutt, I", re-. lliTi'liinlii mul Kiiiiiiii i
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North I'ui'lllii I'liuit l'liiniihiitn mul
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I'oor, I', rei IIiti-IiiiiIii neiir I'liiieli-
Quiiriiitiue (IroiiniN, Muuliiila
Hothwi'll. J II. re ruii.ilmu
Hehnefer, V A, TC Niliniuii
Kflmcfer, HA. res WalklM
bfveruliee, II W, res king nenr I'll-
Htiirilevnnt, 0 V uml II A, rei Mn-
Stanley. W I., l.aily Hitrnni, re KIiik
mnl I'llkol M
Smuit, J II, re Sellout near l.ll'lm -I
Ti)iiiileii( 1'iihIiIiiii, M ll hllv.'i, Kurt
near llnu-1 nt
Turner, Mrs II, rm llerelii'ili ntel
Von llaiiini, C, n Voiiiik uml Vietu-
Weeilou, V 0, res I'liniiliuii
Williniin 11 iii, t-'iiriiiiiirn Deulen,
KIiik neur Hurl dt
Wllij; On Wo A Co, Imimrtura, Kiiik
ui-nr Mnuuiiku.i at
Woltcrn, W, ten, l.illiulilo it
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Rose t
AI.HO TIIK - -
French Kid. lioe ett $225
Wk arc now uffi'riiitf the
in Ludios', Cliildifii'H and
Hosiery. Just ivuoivcd
Diniitjs in Coloivd and
Lawns, etc. If you aro
Wash Materials and Laces
call on 11. l HI I LIS ItS &
have a full line of Ladies
iJcaiicss Miller WaistH.
Waists for Children, all
and heavy weight are unexcelled.
bei-t value in town
Gent's Paht I Hack
a new ttock of
in need of pretty
to trim them,
JU. We still
ill NUt'ANO STKIiKT.
M K KG 11 A NT TAI L()K.
PIT ND FINISU GUARANTEED.
NKW Hllit'K OH
JllSt ltiruiVttl 1
UUITS K'R.OM 1 -4, UP
Dry GoodH. Fancy Goods, Liwuh, Etc., Em.. Eti
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Temple of Fashion
61 Fort Street
nun u Nieely Huiiii-h-eil
Ituom Iu a iirivuie liuulh
near Hie ittreet cur IIiih. AU
lress '!' O llui 101 "
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
KOIt ON'K U'ICHK to mnko room for Now QooiIh to arrive
)or S. S. AiiKtriilin
Ilny'd (!)otliiliK. 'M
iiousK oh H.iuiri
It 111111 hirniiliMl (ur
roomeri llciii reu-onalile.
A imlv No. 111! Niiu.inu
iitrei) , nt-it i(.or to the While lluil'-u
Lnruo lino of Wooluun nt 2."ie
AHMirtiuniii of Lailia' iml
Fl.iniutlotti'.i, 111 yarl for ?l 00
HOUHH. AND l.ni AT A'.fefl
Ullel, Honolulu. fi.iljXSi
A'ly on irniiiihei. or of r&fUlmi:
JOK iik S.V.N I'llh.
On iHiaril ileHiner II Hull.
Brown nnil Whito Cotton, from S to 2(1 y.iriU, $1.UI imr tiiocn,
l Ainoskoaj,' Hinliauis. l'J vhmIk (iirrl.iK), CJi-iits'nnil Lmlioi.' lijtliiuir Suit
Silkh, SntiiiK, SiirK4, leiwim nud l)ri"n Gootls of tivury ili'siripl ion
jVI. O-. SILVA, Proprietor.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
am; vnru (jkociou kok -
l I' WAIKIKI ON TIIK
iV lleaeh, eomlurtiilile
iimrler (or one or two Hln-l-Ih
Oeiilleiiien: Inmnl on-
lioimli bnthlliK (iii'lllliio (jou-l
lotil K DIM I Kits OI'l-MK
0,M 1 1
1 IUhIii'iI IllMllllKUt No.
t (JanUii ltne.
JiiimneM- I ritn. llaiilliiMiSeiienii.
I'm tv, Hoait 1'uU, l.tn., Klo.
Pricos Cheaper than Ever I
Tickets Admitting Geiulcinan and Lady
Can l I'rnr.urad Irom any
Cum milt i e.
fl'O IIK l.l'.T I'M'l'IIXIMII.D. rill'.
I Iihii" Hint irenileii iK-eiiiieil h) Ciiit.
Mil ill NiniHim vitlle). niiiiite the I'ailoa
valley ruail. Seventy lei I iiU'Ve eii level
Trmiu'iim '.i the nule, I'm .iirtluiiliir
i'lnilll ou the iri'inln or ol M. MIS I',
Metehaiil lre.-t mltoliiln UMi'i. ln.iik.
K7r This Brand will always bs found Rellabb and Good Value.
Mltoliiiill At Prttorfion, OoaHt akhdi.h
25 (Jout will buy Dovtj'a Map of lliumlulu,