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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 181M
Btmr Pcle from Maknn-clt
Kriihy, Jnly 13.
B 8 Rio de Janeiro, Smith, fur Ban Krnn-
6tmr KJnau for Maul nnd llnwnll nt 4 p m
For Mfliit nml Hawnll per Mnir Klnnit
Julv 13 For tho Voli'iimi: Mm I)r Mycr,
U N Spencer nnd wlfu, Mr Wilkinson, A
Wilder. Ah 0 Atkitivtn, MIm Hunt mil
Win Drown. For way jiorns T K Koj.
worthnndulfe.il (' Au-tln, M inter Da
mon, I) V Corbcti, Mm tawls and dnugh
ter, MIs h luckier. MIm Neumann, l)r
Whltn-v and wife, Ml? Whltticv. Ml
lllcfl, OTOIIctto. W Whitney, A Youim,
K Youiitf, Miss hpniHiidcz, Miss Kerrelrn,
MlssCanurn, Ml Alexander, J K Im
and 2 children. MNs Miirv 1. Klnininkn,
Miss Nellie tlnll, Mln Jctinlo Hall, It A
Lyman, Jr, W W (loodittc, Mli Kano,
Mlsiuhiii. MIm Halna, Mls Dho, MIm
Kinney, Miss A Ice Junes, Iter J ukihe,
KBLymnn. W It Cattle, Mrs llrtiK.uin'e,
Miss Lucy Wnnl, Mls Annie Ward, Mls
Eva l'nrkur. Mls Helen Parker, 1M Dow
sett, Marian Dowwtt, Genevieve I)owctt,
Mrs J I Dotvett, Jr, mid ! children, MIm
Naknpualil, Jo-eph Alu, Dr I Mori, Mist
Esther Kimea.ro Jnpjneo and I'J deck
AUKHIIACII In this city, July 1, to the
wlfoof Frank 11. Aticriiach, u son.
Annual Examination Held Bo-
fore a Crowded Audience.
Knuluwola school closed to-tlny
after a very successful year's work,
and AnnntrouK Smith, irinuinl,aiiu
hi nsulstantR aru highly dcaervltitfof
crodil. The tot nl niimlmr of pupil
attoudlufr tho school is 210, coventy
five of which aro under tlio control
of Mr. Smith and Mm. Fra.ur. Tim
othur 165 urn untlor thu tutorship of
Miss Urocn. Mi LofquiM, Mrs.
Wood and Minn Mist. ThutxorciHs
in tho department controlled by tho
last-tnotitlotu'd ladius counlati'tl of
songs and recitations. Tho proKrnin
wan a lengthy one, but tho young
lads and lassies wont through it suc
cessfully. Tho exhibition showed
good work nud porsuvorauco on tho
part of tho faculty. Tho usurclsus in
thu main school began at U o'clock.
It conaistod of examinations iu gram
mar, general geography, reading and
phonics, llawniiau geography, spell
ing and mental arithmetic. Tho
promptness with which answers wero
inado showed careful training and
drilling. A sclented class of about
eleven from tho rooms of the
principal and his assistant were
ezamiued. Tim mental arithmetic
was very clovorly doue. After
these examinations had beon con
cluded a program of twenty
pieces was rendered. It consisted
of handbell exercises, dialogues,
Swedish calisthenics, songs, recita
tions, sword nud scarf drills. Taken
in all thu entertainment was n suc
cess, tho intonation of the pupils
boimr sneciullv excellent nml clear.
Tho drill wero very pretty, nnd tho
handbells much appreciated. Tho
program concluded with u character
sketch by John Kaukina which wai
very luughable, the lad entering into
the spirit of the piece thoroughly.
On the walls were exhibited draw
ings of maps and liirtU, which wero
very neatly finished.
The pricH for the year's work
woro awarded as follows: Seth Hice,
first prize for boys; Killkiun, first
prize for girls; good behavior, Ke
ahi, boyn, Kiliklnn, girls; second
class, tlailelo, first prize, boys;
Emma 1'ilipo, second, girls. lor
the best blackboard work tho prize
was given to John Defrles.
Among thojo present wero I'rof.
W. D. Alexander, Mrs. 11. 1 Dilling
ham, Mrs. F. S. Dodge and Antonio
Perry of tho Board of Iducntion;
A. T. Atkinson, Iuspcolor-Goiioral of
Schools, and many visiting teachers,
as well as leading ladles aud gentle
men of Uouolulu society.
OLOYS IS COMMITTED.
Thu Thief of the Stolen Oooda Gives
Ant one Cloys was committed iu
tho District Court this afternoon on
two separate charges of receiving
stolen goods, aud bail was fixed at
5750. The case has occupied t he at
tention of tho District Magistrate all
day, C. W. Ash ford assisting tho
prosecution nud Chntlo Crcighlon
appearing for Cloys. M. H. 1'armeii
ter, a fourteen-year ohl lad, ad
mitted having stolen a gold pin
and a diamond ring from his
sister, Mrs. Albert Lucas, on two
respective occasions. These he said
he sold to defendant without telling
him where he got the things. Wit
ness also stated that In signed n re
ceipt which turned out to be an I.
O. U. Thu ownership of the minting
articles was claimed by Mrs. Lucas,
but as they are still missing they
could uot ho exhibited. Detective
Larson, on the stand, deposed that
bo searched Cloys' apartments on
two occasions, once with a search
warraut and tho other time without.
Ho found neither pin nor ring No
defense was oifered.
TBE BIO JANEIRO
Vrniglit and Fusuungura at
The S. S. Hio de Janeiro will leave
about t o'clock this evening for Sun
Francisco. She will take but four
cainn pasMuigers from this perl.
Her cabin nud steerage pn?-ongcis
have been landed at the Quaiaiituic
Station and will bo kept there live
ilavs. The mails fiom tho Orient
were brought ashoie yesterday even
ing after being fumigated, and dis
tributed. Tho steamer is Mill lying
outside, her freight being trans
ferred to shore iu lighters. Thu
mail for San Francisco will ulosu at
thv Post Oilluu at 4 u'ulouk.
LOCAL AND QENKRAL NEWS
Thistle Club this evening.
S. S. Australia at 9 o'clock to-morrow.
A largo furnished room is to let
on Doretauin street.
S N. Castle, tho oucrable citizen,
is ngaiu reported seriously ill.
Mr. Geo. E. lioardman is author
ized collector for Hollistor & Co.
Tho Nutinuu road, between Kukui
and School streets, is being repaired.
Tho U. S.S. Philadelphia had
boat drill this morning iu thu har
bor. A first-clns salesman is wanted,
who will have a chance to become
Tho St. Louis Collego is giving a
concert on tho collego grounds this
Tho steamer Kiunii took eight
passengers for tho Volcano this
A nntlco to magistrates nud others
appears by authority from Chief
The subscript itiu dance nt Remond
Grovo will take place tlii evening.
Special traius will bo run.
To-tlny witnessed tho final exa
minations of thegovernment schools,
aud the young ones are happy.
F. L. Hongs has not left tho Ad
vertiser oilice, ho says, two items iu
yesterday's Star to tlio contrary.
James Steiuer pleaded guilty iu
tho District Court to-day to violat
ing tho Sunday law. Sentence was
11. J. Nolto will receive fresh fro
zen oysters by tho Australia, which
will bo served iu any stylo nt tho
Beaver lunch saloon.
On and after Saturday the Tram
ways omnibus nl N'uuauu valley will
run Into town instead of stopping
nt the tramway terminus.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
nnd Nuuntiu street. Lodging by
tlay, week or mouth, Terms: 2", ami
W)t'nnt per night: (I and fl.Vtfi per
It is reported that II. II. M. S.
Loauder, to bo relieved on the China
station by the Undaunted, is to re
lievo the Champion on tho Pacific
Tho public band will play nt
Thomas Square this evening. The
concert nt Mnkco Island yesterday
evening was attended by moonlight
Tho Mmiucrchor singing club Is
firogrcssiiig finely. Ifehearsnls are
iclil every Wednesday evening. The
club expects to give a concert iu the
The pilots have removed to tho
Oceanic wharf, the Pacific Mnil
wharf being occupied by the goods
which arrived from the Orient on
tho Hit) do Jcuciro.
Henry Giles, champion bicyclist
of tho llawniiau Islands, will have a
chniice to show his speed on Aug.
Illh. It Is to be one of the largest
ineetH that has take place iu Hono
A. I.. C. Atkinson, of the Hcalnui
Moat Club, ami Arthur Wilder, of
tho Myrtles, have gone tti the Vol
cano. The boys suspect they have
gone to lay a course for the annual
racoon Sept. '.M.
G. 11. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
uish ImikI factory references. Orders
loft nl Hawaiian News Co. will ro
ceivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to bo tho same as dmie
J. W. Chapman oilers for Hau
rpiuts. Socials, Private Dinner Par
lies, Wedding or Garden Parties,
etc. Ho will lie pleased to call upon
itny bulies or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through the
Someone let tho faucet run yester
day evening in the upstairs portion
of the building nt Fort aud Hotel
streets. In consequence the store
occupied by H. S. Trcgloau Si Sou
was Hooded, nud the damage has
been placed nt 5HMI0.
Camnriiut'rt refrigerator by tho S
S. Australia will contain nectarines,
cherries, peaches, plums, npncotx, J
cnulifitivvcr, celery, asparagus, rhu
barb, fresh salmon, crnic, frozen
oysters, etc. California Fruit Mar
kut, Mutual telephone .'I7S.
Miss Neumann, Miss Finckler,
Mrs. Uriigulere, Miss Uva 1'nrker,
Miss Helen Parker, Miss Lucy Ward
nud Miss Annie Wind have gone to
Miuia, Hawaii, tu spend a short vaca
tion. The parly recently made a
circuit of Oahu on burnt back.
A series of lectures on the "Anato
my of the Jiudv," will be given at
Harmony Hall, King street, by Mrs.
C. A. Galloway of Sail Francisco, to
women only, commencing July HI,
at ') o'clock p. in. All ladies aro cor
dially invited. Adininsioii free.
Messrs. 11. A. Widemaiiu nud John
A. Cummins, the latter being accom
panied by Major Seward as traveling
companion, leave for Washington
by thoS. S. Hio do Janeiro. Their
mission is to pro.-ont the claims of
tint people of Hawaii in against the
oligarchy to President Cleveland.
Punhala, an old jailbird who lias
gained much notoriety by his many
tricks, is again making the rounds,
llo called at a King street residence,
near Itichimls -treet, this morning
and told tin l.nly of the limine thai
ainitlier person wanted the loan (
; something. Mr I'uahala was fool
Jolui Jiiliaiisini of Colusa ciuitv
has huly live acres of irrigated
(ttfalf.i l-'roin tlurtliit fitili'iii'd nml
Miltl J-I.MHl worth of i'.itii, Kivinir
liiui n not prollt of I , H K IIumiIiI
.;iiiw wiiriii oi imih (inn n.u loiiiu
miiotiiit of ::i:tO, or i'l, MO from
tliirly-llvn ncri's. In ntltlltloii liU
t'lili'l;oiiH. liiKi'm.'Hfiiiil linl tor yiolilml
&(Xi, 'I'liU U ubuttt J80 pur nam,
Iutorcstlnc Decisions Filed Tho Hos
pital Tax Oaso.
Iu Irene H. Brown and othors vs.
C. A. Browu, Judge Cooper yester
day allowed exceptions of the plain
till to continuance of proceedings,
contrary to tho motion of A. F.
Judd, co plaintiff as next friend.
Tho Supremo Court, by Judgo
Whiting who sat iu placo of Justice
Froar, has rendered n unanimous
decision in Tho Hawaiian Commer
cial and Sugar Company vs. Tho
Wnikapu Sugar Company, on tho ap
peal of G. W. Macfnrlane, who an
swered iu tho name of the defend
ant company, against the report of
the commissioners appointed to par
tition tho Waiknpu Commons. The
Court decides: "Tho Commissioners
have made a fair and just partition
nud P. is sustained, tho exceptions
aro over-ruled, tho decree atlirmed,
and tho cause is remanded to thu
Chief Justice to comploto the parti
tion." The syllabus of the decision
is as follows:
"The report of commissioners for
thu partition of lauds is in tho na
tore of a verdict of a jury and should
not be set aside as against tho evi
dence unless the evidence clearly
shows error iu fact aud that tho
commissioners did not follow tho
evidence produced before them.
"Partition is not n statutory pro
ceeding nud a Court of Koulty has
jurisdiction, and tho equitable rights
and nriuciulcs iroveriiiuu partition
"lholnyoi tin land, contiguity,
value, location aud availability and
occupation are among the equities
npiiltcnoie to partition."
! . .H.
Hatch for petitioner; A. S.
Uartwell and C. W. Ashford for re
spondent. A unanimous opinion, written by
Chief Justice Judd, has been render
ed In T. W. Kawllns vs. The Uouo
lulu Soap Works Company. Iu n
former opinion tho Court had re
manded tho case to the Circuit
Court, but between terms of that
Court the defendant had the judg-1
ment appealed from entered. This i
action ol the company the supreme
C'ourt now decides was premature,
and tho case is again remanded to
the Circuit Court for further pro
ceedings. C. Drown and Kinney for
plaint ilf; Hnrtwell and Hatch for
Sybil Augusta Carter, guardian of
Cordelia J. Carter, has presented her
final account nud petitions to be
discharged. Shu charges herself,
with S"j7r,78 aud asks to be allow
H. O. White, administrator of tho
estate of thu late Jonathan Austin,
has filed his final account and peti
tions for discharge. He charges
himself with $717!i(l7 aud asks to be
allowed $1I,11.-I7. An inventory of
property held by tho administrator
shows Sl'ilK) in cash, liil shares of
stock iu seven corporations, three
Pearl City lots, household furni
Thu first annual account of II.
Focke ami Hlleu Gay, executor nud
executrix of tho estate of the lato
James Gay, has been filed They
charge themselves with SS7I5082 anil
ask to bo allowed SsS'.MU 18, leaving
to debit of estate $1 HI :ttl.
J. O. Carter and Chns. L. Carter,
trustees under tho will of the lato
II. A. P. Carter, have tiled their an
nual account. They charge them
selves with J.Vi.Oiri'.U anil ask to bo
allowed $l."i,rrz8.'J7t leaving a balance
Judge Whiting has rendered the
following decision iu the case of the
writ of mandamus petitioned for by
the Queen's HopitnI against Jas. It.
Castle, Collector of Customs:
"In this proceeding tho Queen's
Hospital is a paily iu interest iu re
gatd to the moneys that come ns a
charge against tho vessel for the
passengers thai have entered into
this country. The parties in this
mriH itr I mfitrii tin (iu rl nrn rsifil 1 1
the Collector-General of Ciwtoum
- -- . . t ,
nml the Queen s Hospital, petitioner.
U aiuicars tliat there are two other
parties iu interest: that is to sav. I
the Itepubliu of Hawaii, the Govern
ment of the country, and tint steam
ship itrelf. The tax could uot bo
charged against tho so called pus
sengew, as they come here under a
convention between Japan aud this
country. This Government brings
those parties hero under the agree
ment that they shall come hero aud
receive their wages an fixed without
nny deductions for tho cost of pns
sago here. The tux is not against
tho pabcugors, it is against tho ship
if there be passengers. Further,
it involves what may be said to
be thu financial policy as well as
tho immigration policy of the
Government It is especially Jute
rested and it is within its jurisdic
tion to carry on its financial
policy, especially il there is any
doubt ns to the law under which it
acts, and it should prevail in prefer
ence to the courts giving a direct or
der iu a matter which does uot neces
sarily decide thoqiicstionof liability
for that money. There are three
parties who may bo liable for it, the
snip being liable in the first place.
The Government may see ill to re
lease that ship and yet the Queen's
Hospital may have no direct action
against the ship, but it may have a
right of action against tho Coll jctor
General under bin bond, or it may
have a right of aetiou against tho
unvorumoiii. it lias a remedy in
thu matter, so far n- appears from
this cause. The probability is that
the Government protects the Collector-General
by this loiter which it
has written, saving 'upon thu action
of the Incentive,' although it is thu
authority of the Miuisterof Finance
that giautn it; thulistosny, he di
rects the olllcer to do a certain act
under that authority and thereby
makes the Government repoiiMble
for bin action iu tins matter so far as
appears fiom this enmu That being
the cae, can the writ be eilec
live? Cloatly imt The case bus
shown (hat the Collector General
i is prolfcli'd Iiy tint Oowriiiiii)iit for
Ills lli'lioil ill llltt pii'llliM'l'. 'I Ills
itilfor-i from n piiport tniiltor. I
(lon'l lliink in I hat flint tin Colloit.
lor (iniii'iil fiuilil ho foitimil by
tlin Ministttr of Kinniit-n to rufitsn n
prtHMiiirl, In hiiiiIi fiimt tlin Court
woulil uuiutuauil hltu to Uiuu it. Iu
this case the effect of the man
damus would bo to cause the Gov
ernment to come into tho matter in
a way in which mandamus should
not bo used.
"So, on tho two grounds, that the
Government has taken a control of
this mattor and the Miuister of
Finance has issued his order, he
under the law having a prima facie
right to act, nnd, second, that the
Queon's Hospital has its remedy, I
must refuse the permanent writ and
grant that cnuso has beon shown.
Tho Supremo Court by Justice
Froar has unanimously decided a
question of interest In the matter of
the estate of J. F. O. Banning, de
ceased, the following being tho sylla
bus: "Interest is not payable by an ad
ministrator personally by way of
penalty as an incident to an order
for tho payment of the principal
sum disallowed him in his final ac
count, but rests In the discretion of
thu Court iu the exorcise of its equi
table powers under all the circum
staucos of tho case. It is too late to
ask for such interest after decision
and before decree. Costs under the
circumstances apportioned between
tho administrator and tho estate in
tho ratio of one fifth to four fifths."
Hnrtwell and Kinney for benefi
ciaries; Hatch for the administrator.
Judge Cooper gave a hearing to
day to Kapuakelo (w ) vs. J. D. Iaea
and Cecil Brown, bill In equity to
cancel n deed. Carter S: Carter for
plaintiff; Achi for defendant. C. L.
Carter excepted to a certain ruliug
of the Court.
Ben Gallagher ha filed exceptions
to his conviction for mayhem at last
term of First Circuit Court.
ST LOUIS OOLLEOE CONCERT.
Boys Are Doing to Play
From the following elaliorate and
nuiutinu irKriij u, may uo juuguu
that St. Louis College pupils aro
next Monday evening coing to sur-
pass if possible tho previous
successes of the institution iu
.Director of the Orclirtrs '
Ovi-rturo Concert Brcnn Klesilcr
8. U 0. OrclnMrn.
Chimin Conic nnd Join Turncy
S. I.. 0. Choir.
Tin: wom.ivs k.uk iiovh.
Drnma In 3 Acti, liv n Member of thu
PruloKiis Out. Murray
J ltd, on ItitiiMim An Orphan. ...
Colin CarMiu Krlend of Jud
.Jim. K. ('ones
Clny Cnrnoii I'rlcnd ol Jnd
... J no. llnti'iiinnu
Qulnay llodm'i A Young VapiiKjwl
. ,lv, t'ullcn
Jull.tii A thrifty Farmer ..It Kliinuy
fcorrniu ilouiA colurvil Pullre Juv
tleu .. J no. Cook
Palmer irlmev-V. K Dec. Art, Com.
. . .Jon l,iillu
. .. Willi-
..II i. II Aeikl
Cilpt Ijidinm lleleetlvn .
rniM riiiifn unirrr
Mr A. Hup- A .Speculator
Aziiph KKypt'nn Mrtgli.'lnu,
Dwarf -HinHerviint ....
Old- Zulu nilwf .. ..
Oruno Muii-iir Ariipirx
A l-'l-lu'rmin o( the Uiku
Mr. I. Vlneeiit Jnd'n fnltMeo. utiar
diiiu. . ....Clin". llopkltK
W, !'. (Iimrdn, Zulu-, .Ncwnlioyr, em.
8tlt'tlon -Fnlku ClitKiitltiiie'
f. I., r. Ori'hvMi.
tub oFKici: .si:i-:Ki:u.i.
lll r.x. Th. Mlnl-l-r.
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. Chun HliflH-rr
J ix. but u
. J no. (k
I II. I' li.A.
Mr. hlerker. . . .
'I'll- Hun. J. Truthful
Tint lion. M Illii.Utriiuin
Mr. J. WIihIiiiik, Stit W
Mr. Jikh- riliil.ln. . .
Mr. hum I'lilnir r
Mr. M. Sunlililr, ri.Mt.
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I a. I. C. rholr.
I.. 0. Ori.'ln'itru.
.MiiHioal inttirludita occur
(linVrnnt Hfoticg in "Tho
A Klll.l. Bliri'l.)
A ml iIhiiI more on the iy
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I.Alt-. K KI'ltS'lfiHKD
V lliioiii for hinijli' l?'"M
thiiniui Mtiiati-d on lli-ri-tltllii
ntn-nt, I'l llliMHMl'
walk fiom Cost (Illicit Ad.lrem
thin iillhu in-tj
ELECTION OK 0KKI0EH8
TDK AS SCSI. MKhTISO OK
llirti-turi of till' 1'lDM.Ml III ll.hlN.,
Mi l.nts .--ih i iiis hiilil III thu rlly
.liih ti I - u . int fo liming (.'iinth-iiu'ii wuri-i-l
I'lid n l)llli'iT of tin1 AhiiH-iiitioii for
tn riiiiiiii; .Mir
n. it, ito-e,
..A V tiinr,
All Umli oj Itiiiitmrrriiil
irurij)(ly. rtrcMlxl il !
mi. i iir tui
Mrs. A, A. WUHam
For the Good of others
XUv. Mr. VritUamti ITearttlv En
dortf ltnod'n Saraaparltla,
Wc are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. t
" I ce do reason why n clergyman, tnoro than
a toyman, who knows whereof bo ipMks,
should heMtato to npprore nn
Article of Merit
fnd worth, fmm wtdch ho or ht family hata
en Unally benefited, and whose commenda
tion may servo to extend tlimo benefits to
others by Increaslnstlictr confidence. My wlto
bas for many )cais been a tuncrcr from sever
for which sho found llttlo help, filio lias tried
many things that promised, well but
formed nut-. I.-nt fall a ti lend c.'iro her ft
tlo or Iloors h.ir.11arin.i. il prcms smmiv
Ku.iiarlll.i. it prcms i
1ni9 what Aimtilv nnn htilttfl roittil nnd
Inr lirr. Tim iillnrV of liMltnrlin ill rrPHfd la
numUer and wero less violent In their Inten
sity, while Vr iseneral health has been 1m
proved. Her appMlte hus also been belter.
From our experience with
I bavo no hesitation In endorsing It saerlia."
A. A. WltttAMi.
HOOD'S PlLLS arsth bit ftmlly esUartla,
CBtl uxt ttl. Try a box, filctlM
UOnilON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Fancy Dress Ball
- OK TI1K -
- OIVCN AT -
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
Klr-t I'run-Sllk Dre, hy J J. Kitmi,
for Moit OrlKlinil l'ltiinilu t'oiiuimt.
h'li-tmd I'riii--Kli-hlni: Oohl Kniini', liv
thu I'liflllc llardwiirii i for llct I'ltnuifi
Third t'rlie I'niu-y lltiiiuliii- Lniiip. hy
lliiuiillnn Hard warn Co., for Hind. il '
Kiinrtli t'riz Stiideiil l.imii. hy I'li-lhi
A' Cooke, fur Hot lirhtlcnmii hauler.
Klflh I'rlit-Sllrer Viiv, hy U. O. Ilnll
fi Hon, fur Hr.il l.u.ly Dumcr.
Hlth I'rltu-doldCliiiMii.hv I'.. A..lm-oh-sou.for
Mu."t Original .Mule Co-tiiitK;
rii-vmh I'rlitt-Oohl Heiirl I'iu. Iiy II. K
Wltiliiiinn, for lli-t Muu- Char.i.-tcr Cot
tiiuie. Kluhth I'rliH-I'alrof .SII.)mt.,I,v Munti
fni'turliiK HIi'Mj Co., for t-'cennd lhi' Ki mull
I t-'hamoter Coi.tuiiiM.
Ninth IMlf lint, liv Trurv. for Item
llnrd 'I Inift Cmtiiine ly Urnllriiiiiii.
Ti-nth i'rli- I'hiito. Alhuin.h) IIiivhiIIhii
Nimtifo., for lli-tit Hard '1Iiiii Coiluim
Klovfiith I'rlu ItHhlrts, hv .M.-lll.i, for
Kc-L-oml lli-nt Malt' Chur.iutiT I'ostiiinc.
Twrldh I'rltD llotth- IVrfmnu. hy Hdi-i-ou
Kinllh V Co., fur h't-t-ond Ih-xt l.ud)
COMMITTKi: Ol' AIIIUNdKMKNT.S:
Jom-ii 1,. Carter, Chiiiriiuiii; I,. M.
Johuson, J, KtltiiKfr, II. .i-rhu, l.'d. Tow n:
K. It. MuKtoc-kitr. Cliiilriiinn. I-.. O.
White, Iv. A. Jacolifou, Win Kutun, Jto.
(,'iiiih', J, J. Hiilil.
UKl'OIIATKIN coMinrrKi:; I
Ofo. (', birutt-ineycr.
J i ixiix: I
J. II. KIhIi.t. JiiIiii KIiImiiII, II. K. Oil- '
lillKhuin, I.. 0. Ahlfk, J. S Martin. J K. ,
ruMin aiiisiiTT:t:: i
J. W. I'rntt. T. I. Stnerlu, J. Wull.r
Joiien, Thoi. Wall.
1., T. Kciiukn,
! Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Lady '
Ran ba Procured from any Hnuibar ol
, MANDOLIN MUSICALE
lilVKN IIY -
Mr. Samuel Adelstein,
Bulo BUndollntst aud Lutolxt,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday Evening, July 17th
I MIM KA IK MiUltl.W nupriinoA Violin,
MIIK W I. .Mil IM-.I., Cimtrilm
Mlt. Wll.l. II UiMlllS.'l r,
MI.SM .NKTl'IK IIITKIIANS 1'iun..
MtbSM. I'A'IV Violin;
Mil. Oht. I'AltlS, Hnt",
Mil. Wit AY I VV1.0II. iVllo
tm- ihi'ai. iMtu i'.
lliil I'lHtl i I.
A DIVIIir.ND lo Till". M'm-KIUilp
J nr nl llui Mi it ti I ii i rii'iSi. i
I-amv I- piixiihln on July IU, I Ml I. at
iiiii'imii i, ii. iierijor.
II. l.i is r..
Acllurf TrcuxiriT Miituul 'Id, Cu.
Headquarters for White Goods
1ST. S. S
i Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAl.VHOOKR In Plain, Htripvd, Cheeki. and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria
IN AIX 011ADK8 AND IMtlCKH.
DIMITIES In fitrlp-d, Checks, Plaids aud Hair LUim.
INDIA MNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM ANU taKb
IMMKN8K VAltlKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMItltOIDKItY KDOIN'OH In Swiss. Nnlnook and HamhitrK. It.
All Widths with Iti-wrthiR- to Match.
AII-otbt Babroliery, EabroldBry FIooocm ud Deal Flnaacm.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
EJto.. Eto., Eto.,
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
; Frenon jcta.
Wk arc now
in Ludios', Childicirri nnd
llosiury. .lust rcccivcil
Dimity in Colored nnd
Lnwns, etc. If you arc
Wash Materials and Laces
call on IL F. KIILISUS &
have a full line of
.Jcaness Miller Waistn. Our
WjiImIs for Children, all ages,
mer ami heavy
111 NUUANU STREKT.
M kkchant Tailor.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW B'lOUK OK
Dry QooilB. Fancy
Temple of Fashion
518 Eort Street
FOR OXU WBI5K
ytr S. S.
LntlioH' IJniltirwnnr, Hoy's C)otliiii. l.nrf,'n AMortinttiit of Linliwn' nl
I.iHK liiiH f Wooltms At '2!n rinnni'littii'H. 10 ynnU for f 1.0U.
llrown anil Wliitn Cottons, from S to 20 ynnln, il Oil pur pit-fit.
Amoskenir OiiiKlimns, 12 nnU for$l.lHI. Guntn'nnil l.ntliitH' Untliiii,'Hiiiu.
SilkH, SntiiiB, Sort,"', Liiwun nnd Dn'.sii OooiIh of mvry lferiptiou.
3VI. O-. SII,"VrA., Proprietor.
ItlMIIIIH III Nil
I lliir.li'ii Ijiiii- Kir; if
'pillllIK NICK. V I Tit
1 iilln-il It. onm ui Will
Kiki iii Hi,. I -iu-li. Ti-iiiih
v ry ii-impiiiiIiii'. Apply ut
ii N.i'il) ',irii..
t-ii Iti'om in it prlvuii' (Hindi
ne.ir tin' xi net itarluii'. Ad-lln-Hjl
"l" i !!. nil '
lli' , ;
IIUK or rtlIT
It oini. 'miii.li d for if.r.V.J?
riHlllieri lltll1 le.l-iitinhlH. gTuKriTj
Apply No. lid Summit Kutfitmt
I ttnui, licit door to the While lluum
Lawos, Linen Lawns
shoe e,t $a.ae
lcr-t value iu town
CJeiit'H Fast Mack
a new stock of
iu need of prcttv
to trim them,
CO. We still
Just luMuivo.l I
FROM A 14 UP
GiiocIp. Lawns, Eto.,
of Every Description. i
Monday, July 2d
room for Nmv UooiIh to arrivn
I IiU'KK AND
on iiremi-c. or ol
Jtih in. h.v.N loa,
lliTI Ini tin iHiiird liniiier W.O Hull.
1 I WAIKIKI ONT1IK
ijimrn'ri for one or two Kin
I'll' iietillenii'ii, hoard tin-
llollill, Lathing fiti'llitlim KiMht.
into If lll'I.I.KTIN
I'd UK I.K.T DNKlUtSIKIIKD. TMK
I limin nnd preiuUf m-oniiied hy Cit.
Mint III .SilUHllll vulli'y, nppotltit (lie l'uo4
vul'ity nu.l, reveiit feet nhuvr e level.
Tritiurur lh ple. Kor imrtlouliiTt
, eniulrti on th pri'inUei or nl li.MIKT,
Mfr.tlmiit Um1, ndloliilini HlkUoixtMUk.
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