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MONDAY, JULY 10, 1894.
Scsimt, July IS.
Planter, Do, from Lnysan
Mosimy, July IB
Am brgtne V O Irwin, Williams, for 8an
Am srhr Lizzie Vnncc, Anderson, for 1'ort
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btinr Mlknlmla for Knanl at 6 p m
Btmr Oliitiillne tor iorts on Maui at ft p m
Hlnir Iwnlanl for Kaunl at 6 pm
Btmr Walalcnlo fur llatinmattlitand Maka-
well at i li m
Btmr Jns Mukee for Knpas, at It a m
Garftoon from Island Porta.
Btmr Kuala 2101 bajs paddy,
htoir Wataloala l.jll Imi!s stiirar.
Strur James Makce 203 bjgi rlie,
Btmr Iwalanl llflfl hoes snear, 20
cuttle and 10 nkns stiiiilrlT.s.
Btmr Claiidlnc l&txi bai;s siiitar, CHbac-
tags corn. 71 ikci lilde.
4'J hoi's, fin head rattle. UI&Mt
koa lumber, mi pkgs sundries.
tiotatoo, l.VI hags corn.
From Kinal, per stmr Itvalanl, July 15
ii r nniiiwiii. ji v u.iniwin.
Air Kru.p. 1
MCUunaM, Mm A JI Siiroitll iilul uliilil,
Mrs D llerlcliiinuii, Miss I, h-kelseii, Mls
Lindsay, 0 U I'rlugli, J K l'urloy, Musters
Cooko (l). ami 43 neck.
From Maul, kt stmr ('hiudltie, July 13
G L Wight. 0 A Slireomts J 1) IUuxoihu, K
M liltcbcock, l' tolle, Miss Kinney, Miss
J mid, A .N Kvpolkal and wife, Mailer Holt,
0 A Long, Mrs J (' Lorcntcn, J A Ho.tg.in.
OJMiCartv, 1)D Mitchell, lira Newell,
HroTltiish. llru Ihuiiias. H 11 Williams.
Mrs d Niml, A Kno, wife and child, J J
Drumiiioinl, I D Jlaldwln, Ah ioum. Y
Anioy, Hup Yunc, Mr 0 Akuu.i, 8 Ah Ml,
Tang riiiit, Akatm and 41 deuK.
For Ban Francltcn. pr brgtnn W O Ir
win, July 10 Mrs Itiibertion, Mrblulth,
Mr Williams, Mr Tlmnins,
Tho schooner I ltlc Vance loft this niter
noon for Fort lmti uni In ballast.
Tho steamer Mlkahala u III leave for
Kauai to-morrow evening.
'I Ik brlitnutliia W. (I. Irtvlit, Captain
Williams, anlud at I o'clock this alternooli
for 8an Fruui l-eo with fkiO ions of rice and
sugar and I passengers.
J he I'fttkoiillne I'lnnler Captain 1) v,
a rived esterdny II ilnyi Inim l,snn
Island with 8'iOtnns ol giimin fur the I'd
clllc FerillU-r .t 1'lioM'b'ite t!i and eight
Jsp.uiiso ussriigi'is 8lie hail um iiii
evenKul voyagu and everjlwdy witswHI
on the Island.
LOOAX AND QENERAX. NEW8.
A good business in towu is ofTored
Tlio Fhilntlotphin mon will bo
landed for drill to-morrow.
Cnmolliuo, oitlii'r powdor or fluid,
at llollistur a lor JO cunts.
J. M. McGlmsnoy has a fivo-room
cotlngo to lot on Young struot.
Tho V. G Hall will bo duo from
windward to-morrow afternoon.
M. S. Lw has a notico to llioso
owing him bills of long standing.
Mr. Goo. E. Uo.irdman is author
ized collunlor for Hollistnr & Go.
Tho Kaiuuli.'iuiolia and Hawaii
ball teams will play noxt Saturday.
"World's Fair Boys" at St. Louis
Collvgo this ornuing. Sto thuui if
you want a Inwf.
Thero will bo a battalion drill on
Falaco Sotiaro this ovotiiug, tho
public baud attoiiditig.
Thoro will bo another footrace
shortly botweon a Fhiladolphia man
and ouo from tho Champion.
N. S. Sachs has just roccirod a lot
of new uoods by tho Australia,
which will bo open iu a fuw days.
Members of thu Hoard of Under
writer aro notified elsewhere, of
their auniiul meeting to b hold on
An entertainment will bo given by
the pupils of St. Louis College this
evening, the adiuisslou to which wi 1
be uiiy coins.
KAMS AND CRESCENTS.
Ho Sold tho
Fortr-eiL'lit tins of opium
found in the engine room of the
CASTI.K-Iu this city. July 11, H'l. S.im
ut'l Nortlirup Cimlc, u ii.iiIvd of .Nuw
Yurie 8tato, u'il HI years.
0ULI0K In Hyug.t, Japan, June II, IMII.
Mrs. IuUe Irtiwln Oitlok, aiiitl III
cars, widow of thu latu It'iv. I.uihur
llnl-y On lick, I).l) ngriit In Clili.u of
tha Ane-rlran lllble Booluty.
LAID TO BEST.
S. Australia by Deputy Port Sur
L. J. Levey has superior hotin
hold furniture at private tato. Any
one wanting an outfit at a bargain
should see him.
Moehauics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuaiiu BtreL lodging by
day, week or mouth Turin: ' and
WI cents Kr night t fl nd fi.'It tr
Don't fail to secure a ticket for
Professor AdelateiuV mandolin iniisi-
cale tO'tnorrow evening. It will be
one of the best musical events here
A bluejacket on the U. S. S. Phila
delphia was coiittiuarliallcd on
Saturday. He got twenty days iu
the ''brig" on bread and water for
striking a sentry.
N. t Burgess oilers for sale that
fine homestead on Uerelauia, near
Peusacola street. It is one of the
handsomest and most convenient,
residences in Honolulu.
Kumetnber that on every Imr of
Hawaiian Soap is stamped the name
of the company iu full, Honolclu
Foai- Works Co. Take no other.
M. W. McI'iiusskv & oxs, AyentK.
The closing exercises of thu Augli
can Chiin.'ie Mission schools will be
held in Si. Andrew h Cathedral Sun
Pitchor Woods Admits
Tho Hawaii Baseball Leaguo hold
a special mooting in the ollico of W.
F. Alien at noou today, thero being
a full attendance, a number of play
ers being present. President W. F.
Allen opened tho meeting, stating
its object. It was to consider a pro
test from tho Crescent baseball
loam. James G-. Sponcer, secretary,
read tho communication from the
team mentioned, which contained
in effect a petition to declare last
Saturday's gamo off, on account of
pitcher woods selling tuo gamo.
ueiore discussing I lie merits ol tuo
protest, Theo. Richards, principal
of Kamehameha School, in a few
words denounced gambling on base
ball, and urged the necessity of a
ruling by tho leaguo on its occur
rence ou tho league grounds. If, ho
said, ho was convinced that any
momber of tho school team had
participated iu gambling, ho would
see that ho was banished from tho
leant and from tho school for that
Delegate Anderson for the Ka
mehameha nine wanted to see the
matter sifted to tho bottom, but was
unwilling to declare tho gamo off
even If pitcher Woods did really sell
the game, lie wanted to seo equity
according to ulackstoue.
Antonio Perry, delegato from tho
Crescents, had no objection to see
ing equity. Ho was willing to lake
evidence under oath iu thu matter.
Having obtained leave ho asked
Wood, tho Crescent pitcher, who
I her it was true he had sold Satur
day's gamo Woods answered iu tho
Aflor further remarks by different
delegates every thing was left to be
settled between the representatives
Sundry Probate Matters Oontompt
Before Judge Whiting, tho will of
tho Into E. O. Damon is admitted to
probate, and letters testamentary
ordered to issue to Cornelia li.
Damon, widow, without bond. Ma
goon for petitioner.
Tho accounts of tho estate of Jas.
Gay havo been referred to Henry
Smith, master, for examination and
report. C. Brown for petitioners.
The accounts of tho Gibson estato
havo been referred to George Lucas,
master, for examination ami report.
Judge Whiting's decision iu tho
couteiupt cao against II. N. Castle,
editor of tho Advertiser, is ou file.
It holds that a purported news arti
cle reflecting ou W. U. Aldrich,
against whom a contempt caso was
ponding, was more iu the nature of
editorial than uows. Tho publica
tion is decided to be direct and not
constructivo contempt. Mr. Castle,
being proved to have had no knowl
edge of tho article heforo its publi
cation, is discharged. C. W. Ashford
for tho motion; W. It. Castlo for re
spondent. Judg A. N Kepolkai, of tho Sec
oud Circuit Court, Maui, is iu town.
To-morrow will be the last day
for service of summons for tho
August term of First Circuit Court.
Tho jury tor thu same term was
drawn on Saturday bforo Judge
f.uv T.iiin. mrmfur. I t.iktfit? nv
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deuce this afternoon in tho cae of
J. H. Haauio and others vs. Chas.
Kaiaiki, suit inequity for accounting J
from Kona, Hawaii. Achi for plain- I
tiff; C. Brown for defeudnnt.
Sam Hookano has boon appointed
District Magistrate for Ewa iu place '
of Frank Archer Keliinohopoiio, lie
lug an exchange of that ollico with
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. S-A.CHS'
Krs. Marv O'Fallon
t nin, o., t ttis rhr- :
telatis are AstunlihcJ,
asd look at fast lilt on
Raised from the Dead
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Hood
Mn. Mary E- O'Fallon, trry lntentBl
ladr of l'lqua, OMo, was polioncd whllo as
sUUnj physicians at an autopsy C years ago,
and soon lerrlbla silcet broko out on her
head, arms, tongue, and throat Ilcr hair all
eamo out. Bhe weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect of help. At bit ho besan to
take Hood's Sin.iparlli.i and at onco to
prored) eoutd soon get out of bed and walk.
She saysi "I beeatne perfectly cured by
and nm now a well woman. I weigh 118 lbs,
eat well and do tba wotk for a hrgo family.
My e.iio seems a wonderful reiorcry and
rliyslcl'-ns look at m In astonishment, a
btmntt IlUe ne rnlsrd frm the deud."
HOOO'3 PILLS should U In sTtry fsmUy
Dxllcli. cbsit. Ones uo4.slwT pt(n4.
HCIBRON, NKWMAN A CO.,
AKcnts for Hawaiian Islands
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
MAtNBOOKS In Plain, Striped, Cheek and Plaid.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A LI. UltADKS AND HKIOKH.
OIMITIKS In titrld, Checks, IMalds and Hair Uin-s.
INDIA MNON'S, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CItEAM AM hXJKU
IMMRNRR VAKtKTY OF
AN KNIII.KSB VAKIKTY OK-
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIIUIIIIKKY KDOINOB In 8flss. Kalusook and HamlxirK. If
All Widths with tnvrtliip to Match.
All -of or Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Floaaont.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
of tho Crescents mid Kainuhaiuehn, , that of Deputy Tai Assessor. Archer
ntid thev w renort to onitbienitont i uow tnltitiir the latter positiou
meetitiir of the league.
sioii will De liual.
The ICnuiohfttiiohas defeated tho
Crcffceiitn by a ncore of 15 to 5 on
Saturday, the worst game of the
Following U tho official oenre:
J in lire Cooner has tiled a decision
in the mutter of the estate of George
K. Hlcliardaon, deceased. Hin con
clusion, will indicate the points un
der consideration. Itichatdsou died
April tl, lrjl)2, leaving a widow and
four minor children. The widow
died April 2d, 1802, and ou the fol
lowing day one of the children died.
Itiuhardson'n will made a division nf
ah. ii. nu. . a. n. hi estate ntnouir the children and
Wilder. W.s. ft
Mc.Mcol, lb ft
A'kMiSo f .. ft
Wilder, II. c I
WoihI, I .
Wiiilcliiiii'o, li.. r. f. . . I
Ulcus, W.,'.'li t
M ft l) 'JI III IU
All. tt. Illl. O. A. K
H N. Oaatlo's Kunnral ia Attoudud day schoolroom to-morrow afternoon
by a Ltiruo Ooucourao. at 1 o'clock. lvrybody is invited.
Tho funeral of tho late ''Father" Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, in his even
S. N. Castle took place Sunday , ng discours-o in St. AudrewV Cathe
afteruoon from tho family roshlence, j tlrxtl yeslertlnv, referred to I ho Iron
King street. The house wa. crowd- bt.8 iu the United Mate a pro
ect with people of all nationalities I (IucimI by nn net of injustice done hv
andstationslti life. The collln, of n prince of the coiiniieivial world,
plain koa with silver mountings, was . ...
placed iu the middle of the parlor H. Unrnsoii, practical plain
and was covered with wreaths aud i ''d organ maker and timer, mil fur.
Mnlnikn, p. .
Muliu ilu, r,l
I:) 1.) 13 'J7 M
hlllhi: II V INMMIS.
I '- 3 4 ft II 7 n II
.'J U 0 0 0 0 I) .1 U- ft
7 it .1 1 I 0 0 II -lft
flowers, uotuble amouir which was a
contribution from Mrs. A. S. Willis.
Iho sorvices woio conducted by
nisli best factory references, Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt at lout ion. All work
Rev. II. H. 1'arkor. assisted bv Rev. ! guaranteed to be the smue as dont
Air. I'eurose, and at tho conclusion I '" factory.
the hjrun, "My Faith Looks Up to ' C. A. Spreckels, general manager
Thoo was sung. Boforo the collln of the Hawaiian Commercial and
was closed those present were per
mitted to view thu face of thu rouer
ablo departed ouo for thu last time.
Tho features were remarkably natu
ral looking. Thu interment boini
about fifty yards from tho house, all
except iug tho aged chief mourners
walked to tho grave. The pull bear
on were Chief Justice A. F. Judd,
J. B. Alherton, C. M. Cooko, F. A.
Schaofer, W. W. Hall, P. C. Jones,
Prof. W. D. Alexaudur, Revs. Dr.
Hyde, S. E. Bishop uud J. Huapili.
At tho grave prayer was offered in
Hawaiian by ltev. J. Waiainau, and
after a hyiuu by tho Coutrul Union
church clioir, thu remaius were laid
to rest, Rev. Mr. Parker pronouncing
thu words of committal. Thu colli u
was carried from thu hearse to the
vrave by the dead patriarch's sous
William R., George, Jas, B. and Hunry
N. Castlu. President aud Mrs. Dole,
members of the Cabiuet, foreigu
consuls and many other promiueut
tusideuts attended tho funeral.
"KIUKUD THE BUCKET."
Tuo OUlcorti Find tho Body of u Doud
While patrolmau David Kaana
and special Chung Poou were mak-1
ing the rounds of Chiuaiown ou ,
Saturday nitomoou, lliey found a
Suunr Co., L'ivcs notice that from
this date II. F. Hoffackur is alone
authored to draw drafts or to give
orders for merchandise or supplies
ou bohulf of that company.
A larire number of oysters arrived
by the S. S. Australia mid a qmntity
found their war to the Anchor
Saloon. "Rdl" Cunningham is now
ready to serve thorn to you. In addi
tion to an oyster cocktail you can
gut lino Fredericksburg beer at the
Reuben A. Dexter, well-known
among the racing men n bing ouo
of the fastest sprinters ill the couu
try, has decided to select a "Cleve
land" as his mount for this year's
racing. Ruby is wished the greatest
success. If a good win-el will help
him, he is sure to be there.
Honolulu has been advancing iu
civilization under Slovens "bc.it
uoveriimeut the islands ever had."
On Saturday night iu the vicinity of
the Commercial Saloon n foreigner
Time of irnino. Hi .Vim. Kims earned
KiiiiiuIiiiiiiuIiii :i. 1!.im' on hulls llv .Ma
liukti 1. Mrin-k imt-lly Mulmkit IU; liy
WihuI I l.clt on Imi's Kiiiiiiliiini-lius i;
I'ri-MCiius. Hit liy pit led lull -Aliens,
two Ium lilts I'alimi, Mml-ny, McIh-hI.i,
Mi'NIcul, Wod li'iusu '1 Ii'ii'-Uijo lilts -I'nli.iil,
Kokl I'.i-m.I liilN-r.ili.nl li II.
Wilder -i Wild pllclii's .Miilillkn'.'; Woods
I. Umpires II. M. Whitney, Jr., and Mr.
Hall, ficouir, W. J. l-'orliu.
OUKAQE AND POI.
Captain Hookano and a Liuutonant
Mako a Haul.
his widow, thu widow's portion bo
iug ?'(K) iu full settlement of all her
right or other interest in the testa
Thero woro both real and personal
property, the latter including two
life iinur.ineo policies one payable
to his sou Edward Vivian, tho other
to his estate. Tho personal estate,
exclusive of thu iusuraiico, wa in
sufficient to pay thu debts. Mrs.
Richardson, prior to her marrtaue.
, "T i had an illegitimate daughter, aflor
'l i '.' li e i ...i.t..i. i... v.. -..!...! is ii...... i ,.r mi..
viiii;ii riii iiiiiiiini w. iaiii.ui 11 iiku
and by him hnd n son. llnpii died
and slie then married Richardson.
On July 27, lS'.ll, Mrs. Richardson
xecuted an instrument conveying
all her estate a n married woman to
her four children by Richardson.
According to the Civil Code a widow
for whom provision has biu made
iu her husband's will must elect
within six mouths whether to take
her share under the will or be en
dowed of his lauds, but shall not be
entitled to both unless it plainly ap
pears by the will that such wa the
intention of the tenia tor Mrs.
Richardson died prior to the pro
bate of i he will mid without making
her election. A the statutory time
for making her election had not ex
pired, the Court by this decision
makes it for her, being that she takes
thu dower which is thu larger of thu
two rights. I
Tho insurance policy payablo to
thu estate is subject to the widow's ;
dower. As dower is not the subject ',
ol Dargalu, salo or gilt although
capalile ol Doing released
Another victory for
the, "Cleveland." H'.
Wittier scoops it in at
lut India', Maui, on
the 4th July
Speed, Jtcauty, Light
ness and Strength.
White Dress Goods,
t Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
M Laces & Scotch Gingham,
This is n
L ; JVL
H. E WALKER.
AKfnt, Honolulu, II I
Cuiunilni Block. MMCutrd St.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose I
- Frenoh Kid Slioe ett $2,26.
Wk niv now olTuring tin.'
in liiidit'K', OliiMreii'H and
Iluuiury. Junt rccuivud
DiinityH in Coloivd mid
Lawns, etc. If yon tire
NVnsh Matfi'iiilH and Luces
call on 15. l ElILIliS iV:
lull line of Ladies
Hookano, of the third ' " l" '."'"T1 "V u,mrl l,0,U8
hi .,mluL Lluutflimiit I Hint Mrs. Richardson s conveyance
in nor ngui oi uower, as uieiiiionoii
above, was outside of her power.
The Civil Code makes every illegiti
mate child au heir to his mother.
It is therefore fouud that upon thu
widow's death her estato went
equally to the four children of
George Riehnrdsoii, the child of C.
llapaf and tho illegitimate daugh
ter. The deceased minor Henry
Richardson's property is inherited
by his brothers aud sisters by thu
sumo parents, aud his kindred of thu
half blood are also untitled to iu-'
herit with those of the full blood in
the estate derived from Mrs. Rich- .
ardsou. Thu Court Hints iu conclu
sion t li at Mrs. RichardMHi's estate is
uow to lie divided ooually between .
PUR S. 8.
JeanesH Miller Waists.
Waists for Children, all
iner and heavy weight are
bcht value in town
Gent's Fast Black
a new stock of
in need of pretty
to trim them,
CO. We still
Kauae, made a capture of twenty
six tins of what was thought to be
opium last night, in a Chinaman's
house ou thu corner of Queeii and
Alnkou streets. On information pro
cured by Kanau a Cliiunmnu was
arrested, it being claimed that he
owned the stuff. At the Policu
Station two tins were punctured aud
found to contain u mixture of sour
poi aud Inrd or some ot her greasy
Mihstaucc. TheChiiiauiau was lucked
up nevertheless and the twenty six
tins were stored iu thu Marshal's
ollico. The man appeared iu tho l
District Court this moruiug and the
Ulcers thought tlny had feathered,
a nice little nest. The captain and
his lieutenant gave eviiiouce telling
about how they
that the tins be punctured and thu '
coutenlH be examined. The request
111 SUUANU STRKBT.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H, J. Nolto, Propriotor.
"bandolm musicale" M K K C 11 A N T T A I L t II.
UIVKN II V
Mr. Samuel Adelstein,
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW H'lOOK OK
Solo Miodollnlst aud Lutelit, ! Olt.sllllUirt'h Ullll
AT Tllf -
Sui'iTOh .1 UHt
etJIT3 FROM A 14 UI
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE, ury tkiodB. Fancy OoodB, Lawns. Etc
Tuesday Evening, July 17th Qent's Furnishings of Every Description.
I all of tl.i. r.i, ,.l.,l.lr... -,ir..ii.,.i. l,.,v
made tho haul and i "". " " " v.......u. n... ...... B ....
s I II miiirkik a iti fitrrnil Unit mtfirl
it arrest ami visions ol y -"-" - "". ""','
, . fr.llll I Ink tt'lil,ill..'u ilit.trikkf I In. tl'lll
o "iiivy uoated oeiore ,7V '"" ;,. , , ..TV , ,
C. V. Ashford asked ' weorgo Richardson will be carried
was sandbagged by two other white , wns n,m(i nmi t,0 t.ollients
inuii, Alalouey and Hums. Word
I was sent to the Police . 'station and
1 Dutective Larsen shortly after cap
I lured the men and sandbag.
Ou the Mlh iiisi., at the Queen's
ospital, O. P. ICrelis died after 1
in it. Tho wagon was stnudiiig iu days iIIiikm of pneiimoiiia, aged 111
frout of a tinsmith store on Mauun ! ;""? "'J wan up to the time of his
koa street. Putrotmau Kaapa iu- death working for aud hold mgreal
quired of tho proprietor of the store ! 'Mceiu by C. Hammer, who with all
aud fouud out that the dead man Ids other workmen attended Iho
had been brought from Manoa. Ho . funnral. Rv. Ale. Mackintosh
was in a siokly condition and the ' preached most .appropriately at tho
ouo attending him decided to bring htupitnl as well us at the grave.
him iuto town, Near the Puliation
Milmiil f;nlii Ilu, mini MYiitri.fl null liiu
7" ""-' o v -"" ;-." -,.
Ijody was brought
all found to be a mixture of the kind ,
just described. The prosecuting at
torney promptly asked that thu caso
lie uol. pros'd. Thu tins hnd pre
viously held opium. The ollicers
were bnlly fooled and, for a week
at leat, ft won't be safe to go near
either of them with any dope yam.
out as executed.
Thu ai'coutits of the executor are
approved, and he wilt bo discharged
ou iiliuu' the necessary receipts.
W. O. Smith, executor, in person;
Y. A Kinney for the illegitimate
AHHiHrm ii v -
MliB. W I. VIA HI. I Milt, Omtrnlto,
Mil. WII.I. II. JIMOIiH.'Irliir;
MIHH NKTriKllUUHA.SH, l'iuuu,
MIHdM. I'ATY. Vlelln;
M It. (IKO. PA Ills, Hntj
Mil. WUAY TAYUlK, t.'sllo.
Temple of Fashion
SI E'ort Street
lliu I'Imii m l,
J W. Chapiuati caters for Han- ,
iiuots,. Socials, Private Dinner Par-', DaOAnQll AcCAniQtlAII
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties, ; DaOuUdU "," nOoUUlallUU.
etc. lie will bi iileavd to call upon
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
FOR OX 12 WKEK to make room for New Goods to arriv
yer b. h. Australia.
t any ladies or gentlemen who win
i kindly address him through tho
I Post Oiliee.
to the owner of
the store for orders, as he was in his
uiiiploy, Kaapa ordered thu body
brought to the i'olico MnMon, Irom
nhich place he was leturued to
Alfied Grillltha lately brolm the
Coust bicycle recoid in compel ii ion
with twelve others. The distnuce
waafiOfeet over II) miles aud Grilllths
covered it iu ,10 minutes, breaking
thu previous record of !I0 iniiiiitcs
and 15 seconds. As there had been
a collihiou ou Iho track, throwing
thu wheels all iu a heap, this result
is all thu more admirable. Grilllths
rode a Cleveland
A splendid chaticn for anybody
desirous of going iuto colfee aud
fiull raising is offered by L, .. Levey,
It ii 40 acres of laud close to Hono
lulu. & uirtlcuUr iMnlwtt.
P. Cassidy, mato of the American
hark Kiupiru, that lately put in here
hi distress from Newcastle, on arriv
ing at Sin Francisco by the Austra
lia, told a story of the ve.-sel's trou
bles, in the course of which he re
flected ou the L'uitiul .States Admiral
ami Consul at Honolulu for declin
ing to hold a survey on the Kuipiro
and other alleged neglect of duly
lowaid the crew.
The IIMiop of l'auopiis, accom
panied bv father lmimr, ill's morn
ing visiiid II. I), M S. I'h'iuipion,
and t Ills afternoon I he I'. S. S. I'hil.i
di'lplilu. His lordship's special pur
pone uas to tli'tuk ill" coiumiiiiders
of those untmii'il ships for their
courtesy iu attending, with their
ollicers and detachments of men,
the high nrpiiein mans fur the Into
President Cm not of Kniuce. Thu
reverend gentlemen uuru conliully
rwcuivod ou both ships.
a Klll.l. rilll'Cl.V
Good Business For Sale
Good Reason for Selling.
Saturday Afternoon, July 21st,
Ladies' Underwear, Roy's
I .nri'H liiuk nf Wii.ilinia l ''."
Clothing. Large AMSurtiiioul of Ladies' and
I'lannelettes, 10 yards for $1.00.
nrowu auu into t;oiious, irom s to M yards, l.tK) pur piece.
Amoskeag Ginghams. 12 yards for (1.00. Gents' and Ladles' Rathiug Smu
Silks, Satins, Serges, Lawns and Dress Goods of every description.
L. Or. SIliVA, Proprietor.
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