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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, IMM.
WrONf.dllAT, Jllly lfl.
Missionary hktne Morning Star, Garland,
fur tlm fcoittli He
Atn liktnc Amelia, Word, fur Ban Francisco
Crickol Club will
I ho Arlington to-
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kaala for circuit Oalnt
From Haw-til and Maul, per stmr WO
Hall, July 17 Jas V Morgan, J Moiuarrat,
Win H iloogs, V N Armstrong, M llurs
felt, Father Utintt, Kinlicr Victor. I, F
Marshall, J K Kckaula, J A Wnlpulmnl. U
Kaiser, I) Nooiiun, Mrs A aartcnucrit, Mrs
J Fl.ltio and 4 children, Mrs J N Kohln
eon, Mrs J 1) Jolinon, llii TC Well,
JIUses Clark (3), Mln Teste ('.'). Mls
Shliill, Miss WHIN, Mls M Holster and 7.'
For Kntial, per stmr Mtkahala, July 17
Col K 0 Siuldltiif and wife, J K. Farley. V
Enisle, A Cooklmrn, V McUrydo, Mlsi
Green. Mrs llcrlclnisnn, 0 1) 1'rlngle, Mrs A
ST, ANDREW'S PRIORY.
Delightful Closing Exercises of ft
Very Efficient School.
The closing oxcrcfoes of tho above
school for girls look plneo this after
noon and woro nttoudud by an audi
euco that Mlud tho largo schoolroom
lu every part, nud tho spacious ver
andas which surround tho building
wore crowded to their utmost ex
tent. Anticittntinir this Inrirn nt.
tuudanco tho Sisters had a full dross sideriug Inst Saturday's gauio
renearsai oi llio program yesterday
LOCAL AND QENEHAL NEWS.
Tho American League has derided
to support tho Amoricau Uuiou
have a dinner at
Tho annual mcotingof tho Hawai
ian Hardware Company will bo held
at it p. in. to-morrow.
Tho paper chaso will start at 7:30
o'clock to-morrow evening from
Fort and King streets.
John F. Moyers, dealer in stoves
and hardware. San Francisco, has
failod for uoarly SiO.OOO.
Armstrong Smith, principal of tho
Kauluwela school, has gono to Ha-
makua to spend Ins vacation.
Tho yacht Dole, which has boon
constructed at the Enterprio I'lau
ing Mill, will be launched this even
ing. Charles Molteno has located his
barbershop in Bartolmann's oflieo.
King street, almost opposite his old
Jas. F. Morgan will soil property
of H. S. Swititon under foreclosure
by 1 C. Joues on Saturday tiext at
Fifty trees for tho Sailors' Homo
grounds, largely 1'oiuciana Begin,
have been obtained from tho Gov
Dai Nippon sloro has received a
splendid lot of new goods by the
Bio du Janeiro, which will bo open
ed out to-morrow.
Adoletoln and Friends Please a
There was a fair houso at Mr.
Adelstein's mandolin musical last
night, tho lower part of thn Opera
Houso being well filled. Tho United
States Ministor aud Mrs. A. S. Wil
lis wero in Mr. Irwin's box. Miss
Nettie Burhans opened tho concert
with a piano solo from Webor, giv
ing another from Mendelssohn lator.
Sho was also piano accompanist for
tho evening, and in both capacities
TOUGHS IN THE TOILS.
Some of tho New Acquisitions
the Body Politic.
Charles Malono was given two
mouths in jail yesterday afternoon
by District Magistrate Ilobortson
for carrying a sand-bag. Malone's
oxctiso for carry lug a footpad's
weapon was that he was in hourly
expectation of a concerted attack by
Japancso coolies, and ho carried tho
sandbag as a moans of defending
Burns, who was arrested about
A Boston Dressmaker
Headquarters for White Goods
All Who Suffer Similarly! Rv
member, HOOD'S CURES.
a . . a -- T
was committed for trial. JJurns, it,
is suspected, is tho same man who
hold up a hackman at Palama a
littlo while back.
her playing gavo great delight. tho same time for highway robbery,
"Soft aud clear " would seem to oe
Miss Burhnns' motto, her playing to
either vocal or instrumental part
ners beiug noither obtrusivo nor ob
livious at any time. Miss Kato Mc
Groiv gavo two soprano solos, ac
companied by her brother, Taru Me
Grew, on tho piano, with, tho second
time, mandolin obligato by Mr.
AdeUtoin. Sho was warmly oncorod
on tho first occasion, responding
with anothor delightful effort.
Mrs. Warrinor gave two contralto
solos, tho second timo with luto
obligato by Mr. Adolstoint on both
occasions displaying a rich voico.
The luto In this capacity proved a
very agreeable novelty. Mr. Adol
stout's first solo, on tho mandolin,
educed a storm of applause with en
coro. ills second soio was on
Thoro will bo a meeting of base
ball caplaius at tho Y. M. C. A. hall
this evening, for I ho purpose of con-
oveniug. Ou th's occasion, oven, the
schoolroom was crowded. Tho
decorations woro very unique, the
interior of tho room looking pretty
with its flags, evergreens aud flow
ers arranged as only tho fair sex can
arrange. The program consisted of
pinuo duets, singing in chorus by
tho infant classes, action songs and
Shakesperian plays. Throughout
the program was admirably carried
out, aud tho audience was immense
ly pleased. Great pains had been
takeu with the pupils, and tho re
sult was tho most perfect success.
Everything throughout was so good
that individual mention is not to be
thought of. Tho costumes wero
very pretty. At times the sceuo was
fairy-liko. Among the interested
spectators were Mrs. Wodehousc,
Lady Hurrou, Miss L. Wodehousc,
Miss Ueudeo, Mrs. lloting, Jtov. T.
GrillHhsand Lieut. Ford of H. M.
S. Champion, Jtov. V. H. Kitcat,
Mis N. Dauford, Mrs. G Jtoss, Mrs.
Goo. C. Beckley, Itev. W. Horsfall,
W. L. Stanley, Mrs. Long, Chan.
Booth, Mrs. W. 11. Klckard, Miss
Briukwood, A. MosMimu, ami others.
One of tho old pupils, Mrs. Stella
Cockett, played the piano accom
paniments during tho evening.
Tho St. Andrew's I'riorv is one of
tho best schools in tho country for
girls. It is always filled to its utmost
capacity, tho teaching is thorough,
and many of the old pupils arc
wives of some of our most estimable
citizens. Examinations have been
held during the past month aud the
results have been most satisfactory
to tho teachers. Tho school will re
open again early iu September.
Sister Beatrice will spend a mouth
rusticating at Leilehua on this isl
and, while Sister Albertiua will visit
S. K. Akl will
on 1 ritiay lor o
leave by tho Hall
tour of Koua aud
Kan with the latest improved Edisou
phonograph or talking machine.
J. F. Morgan aud W. II. Hoogs
returned from Koua ou tho W. G.
Hall yesterday. Tho coffee planta
tion has been successfully launched.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Uotol
nml Niniaitu street. Lodulnt! by
dav. week or mouth Terms: ' and
lute, tho first time this instrument
was heard iu Honolulu. Its toues
are quite soothing, being, as it woro,
a barilono of mandolin music. Mr. .
Adelstein has a masterly touch of
tho strings nud there is littlo doubt
that tho luto could uot have a bet-1
tor Introduction to our music-lovors.
The concert pieces woro very fine.
Probably tho gem of tho evening
was an instrumental trio by Mr.
Adelstein, mandolin, Miss Paty, vio
lin, and Miss Burhans. piano. Tho
selection was "lloso di Maggio," by
llossi. Its harmonies were exquisite,
tho time being simply perfoct. Tho
result was as of a single instrument
of sweetest strains. A quartet, "lu-tornu-zzo
Siufonico," from Mas
cagui's Cavalleria Kuslicaua. was
well rendered, the performers being:
Mr. Adelstein, lute; Miss Kato Me
Grew, violin; Mr. Hoitman, cello;
Miss Burhans, piauo. A fine piece
concltid inir tho oerformanco was a
. . ' . -. .. ...
After a Bucket.
A Japanoso named Harry came
dowu ou the steamer W. G. Hall
yesterday afternoon and mot a couu
tryman who offered to give him $2
if ho would find a bucket on tho
veranda of a houso ou tho Plains.
Harry sallied forth and was finally
caught in tho enclosed garden of
C. F. Wolfo last night. Ho was ar
rested aud charged with being on
the premises of another without
lawful excuse. This is in effect tho
storv Harrv tells, as interpreted by
tho i Chester Doylo lo tho District Magis
trate. A no otuer sioo win oo uearu
JST. S. SwA-OHS'
By Jas. F. Morgan.
W) cents per night: $1 and f 1.2ft per sextet "Mustca Prolbita," by Grazl
Ht.U'n In ilnfiwl lttf I It ft fflllltV,
Mr. Samunl AdoUtuin
On FKIDAY, July 20th,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell nt I'iiIi'Io Auction st Hie Store of
Mesra. K. A. Bclwofcr A: Co., corner Mer
chant unit Knsli'itiiHtiil rlrrpti, for account
nt whom It iiiRV eitiectn. llslpi Diesitsiil-
K1 1')' water nt the lira July Mib, ou the
Ma. i lea:
V I. C
14 Biles Sogir Bags, 600 eacb; 22x36.
Mrs. F. W. Barker
This lady Is a well-known sad ponnlar
dressmaker. Sho says:
"TherelsnomlitaUo about Hood's 8arsap.
rltla. I want to tell how quickly It cured mo of
sour stomach, which hud troubled mo tor oTer
year. I could not cren take a swallow of water
but what I suffered from iSUlreta nd neltJIlf.
When I benan to lako Itood'i Banaparllla I
could teo cood effect! from ttw flMtthrcodojcs.
I continued unUI I had taken turco bottles tad
Hood's ;'.""- Cures
have been nilrff cured. I 6lto this state
ment for the bencflt of oIIicm who bio suucr.ng
slmllarlr." Mns. r. W. U.vuitEii, 41 Chester
rark, ronton, Mass.
HOOD'S PlLLOat Mi bsitsfltr-dloMf
U4UtdlSMUoa.tarbHUcba. Trjtbos. 31
UUUKON, NEWMAN 4 CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS Id Plain, Striped, Checks and I'latd.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN Abb OKADR9 AND HKICKH,
OIMITIKS In Utrlped, Clicks, I'lalds ami Uair Lin
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CKAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, OKKA.M AND Kt'KU
IMMKN8K VAUIKTV OK
WHITE . C3-OOIDS
AN KNIH.KH8 VAUIETY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
' KMUHOIDKltY KDGIS08 In SwIm. Nalnniok ami Hsmbnrn lb
All Width with IiK'-rtliiR to Mntrh.
AU-cnrnr BabroWery, Brabroidery Finances and Dnml FluaaciM.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
5 Summer Dress Goods
H. H. M. S.
Binhop WilliR visited
Champion this morning
Clliof Justice .1 11(1(1 BIK'Ilt HOIllO
timo ou board tho U. S. lliiKhlii
Philadulpliiu tblti morniii
Gforfro WanhiiiBton, tho colored
puuiliBl, and Mrs. Vina Kins.', of
pii'kaxo fame, loft ou tho Amolla to
day for Port Towimeud.
Louis Singer and Johnny Wright
will aut as whippora in tho papor
chaso to-morrow oruuing. l'rosttgo
will bo loader of tho hounds.
Dotectivo Larseu arrefitod threo
uutives aud two Chliiamou to-day
for illicit lkpior Bulling. Tho native
sold bwipe?, aud tho Chinatneu gin
and okolohao. Tho arrents wero
uiado in tho vicinity of Capo Horn.
L. J. Levey will sell tho entire
household furniture at tho residence
of W. MaertoiiH, oppobito Thomas
Square, at 10 o'clock next Tuesday.
Tito houso will bo open from U to 12
tUo previous uay lor Inspection of
Clins. T. Wilder, Hawaiian Con-Bul-Geuoral
for tho l'ucilic Coast, is
tho subject of a lino aud true oort
rait aud a laudatory biogiaphical
sketch in tho Sau Francisco Wasp
of July 7. Friend Charlie is repre
sent nd as being surpassed by but
few in tho art of diplomacy.
Hugh Center has resigned the po
sition of uiauagor of tho Hawaiian
Commercial aud Sugar Co.'h planta
tion, known as Spreckelsville, and is
in town on his way to tho Const.
Mr. Center is a public-spirited man
of woro thau average mental ability,
aud his departure from tho inlands
will bo regretted generally without
respect to party alliliatioiis.
All underwriter's sale of bags
damaged in tho enplauado fire will
bo held by Mr. Morgan at tho store
of F. A. Sohaofor & Co. at 11 o'clock
Twelve of tho Japanee role.ved
from quarantine yesterday huvo
been arrested for violating the pur
port law. They did not have tho
A. F. Medelros & Co., merchant
tailore, having tnken a store under
tho Arlington Hotel, ato prepared
lo make Milts with perfect lit from
tho latest pattern.
Komomher that on every hitr of
Hawaiian Soap i stamped tho name
of tho company in full, IIonoi.ci.i'
Soap Woiiks Co. Take no other.
M. W. Mct'iiussnv A: Sons, Agents.
All who arc interested iu lolani
I School are invited to bo present at
the vlosiug exercises, at J p. m. to
morrow. After tho exercises in tho
schoolroom, nthlutie sports will fol
low. Tho alligator at St. Louis College
lin attained a goodly sl.o. Tito
Brothers have quite a menagerie iu
the grounds, other animals being
squirrels, an owl. rabbits, sparrows,
pigeons, storm birds, etc.
Chas. Kapule, a ten-year-old lad,
appropriated or rather misappro
priated two brooms last night. lie
nig caught with tho articles Kapule
Mauds a gond chance of spending a
few months iu tho Reform school.
G. II. Harrison, practical piauo
and organ inaloT and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loll nt Hawaiian .News vo. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
Tho molten iakeof Kilauea, which
had been rising for a year or more,
fell 270 feet iu twelve hours on July
12. Mr Thurston and parly saw
tho change, which was sublime, tho
lofty clitN overhanging the lako
crumbling with mighty crashes iuto
Joseph Man-den, Commissioner of
Agriculture, is writing to leading
grocers and others ou the Pacific
Coast, soliciting their attention to
coffee culture iu these islands. It is
to be hoped his laudable efforts will
bring capital iuto tho country for
developing lands suited to colTco.
mandolin solo: Misses McOrow aud i
Paty, violins: Mr. George Paris,
flute; Mr. Heilmau, cello, aud Miss
Mr. Hoogs did not appear iu his
promised tenor solo, having jird re
turned from other islands with a
An OfTonding Cowboy.
A native cowboy, until recently lu
tho employ of Paul Iseuberg at his
Waialae ranch, was tried lu tho Dis
trict Court this morning for ma
licious injury iu the third degree, iu
that he ilid, ou or about July 7, take
and ride a horse belonging to com-
nlainaut, t litis disturbing his
of mind. It will be reniei
Iseuberir had tho ton cue
bis cows out out about tho date
mentioned, and although suspicion
Is strong against tho defendant in
this case, nothing delluilo can bo adduced.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Terms Gash In D. S. Qold Coin.
Mortgagoo' Notico of Iutontlon
Forocloso and of Halo.
OIIOE IS HEUEIIY DIVES
pursuant to n ixiwprot sale contain
Hwlnton ami her lmliuiil II H.
cil lu n certain inorlxiurc hearing date tho
of I'Vlirnnry, A. I. ISM, mmle li;
ft mli A
U.. t... r it.. ....I.. I. I-I.....I ..f II..I.K
rniiiin til iiiiiiiHiiiii, iiiii viiiii.j
llnwalinu Islsiuls, to ''Her 0. Jnnci el until
Honolulu, of record In tin elllre ef I lis
llcul'ir.ir of t'onwynnrvii III l.lht'r liM nKi
UV mui fur tlm lirnich ef e iiilltloni iu Mtlil
inurtgABO ilrcilcoutatiKit. lu lt: non-i.iy-iiiin.tof
irliiciil iiml li'tiTct when iluo,
tho inoricfiKci' inti-mW to furiiliiM.
Not In- in ii No clvfll tluil nil the Irtml tul
irn-ity ili-M-rlln-il in tlm .ilil iiiortunnt-
11IAVE KOIl 8AI.E IN KAI.IIII
VhIIuv, 'JU Mlloi Ironi Ilenohilil, IU
ACKKS of I, AND In l-iutttiile. iitniitnl
with ahnut IMU IIANANA 'I ItKI.S ami
well adapted for n IHIFFEE IM.AN l'.-
THIN. M Ai-ii. nrn miller Ij'iki- nt n ri-iilnl
'of IS per muiitli with njcirF-tiinm.ini
, aliumlaiici' ef water from tlm inounlnlii-,
THAT ,nlo,ft Werklntr Homand Mill-.. Ilrnlii-
ami small ueltuKe, ami riiriuiiiit iitipn
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
,' his peace , Imrotd nt iiililcniit!lluiint tliuniii'ilou J
lllbered Mr. I roniiM ef Jniuei 1-'. Morirsn en HATt'lt-I
it of ono of IAY, July aist, A. li. li. at li o'clock
By Lowlo J. Lovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
Tho prcjiorty to um xolil l di-i-i-rilieil as i
followM All of tlioii' jiru'-l--, Kip-thi-r I
with tlm liiiiriiviiii'iits therein, i-ltii:iti-d '
on tlm i-lo.c n( I'um-htiowl lu uld llmio-
lulu, Im-Iiic lot No. iTAeu lit- ilovcrniin-iit .
niief Mild locality, ntid Im-Iiik (lie ume
iintiilltci dl-M-rllii'd In Itoyul I'atc'it llriuit '
So. S.'i.M, i.'Miitaiiilii) un urea ef ll,'i.'J)
MW I iiri'linso jincr nynii'i- in u. n.
(Jold Coin. (NiiiTcyiiiKc nt iiurohmer's
I'or further partlu tilars, iiiily to
L. J. LEVEY,
fiirner Kert nud Ijuucii !?ln:elii.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Rose !
Atvd Honolulu, Juno '.a, I KM.
I' II. JU.XKH,
lly hU itttorin-ii, Curler .t i.'urlrr.
mi. i iiiinvy mure en I lie wi)
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
iW I hl.KI'HONKH I'JI -m
)KFioh A; Waiikihiuhk:
C'oiiiur (iii'fii am) Niintiiiii
Tho ynclilh lloleno and Hawaii
left thin morning for a cruise about
IVarl harbor. Anions those on the
boats were 1'rc.sidout Dole, Captain
Barker aud otlieerH of (he U. rf. S.
l'hilndulphin, Mr. uud Mrs. W. U.
Irwin, together with a number of
soeiuty people. Tho party return
to town this oveuiut,'.
Tho missionary steam packet !
MuruhiK Slar, Captain Oarlaud, left
ou her anuunl cruise ninotiK the
youth Sea Islands at ,'l o'clock this
afternoon. A number of mission
aries were passengers. Appropriate
services were held at the wharf
prior to (he steamer's deoarture,
Itov. II. HiiiKham aud wife leading.
Complaints are beiuK heard on
nil Aides about the scarcity of water.
Kfsidenth ou Fort and tho lower
portion oi Nuuauii street wl no
waler at all duiiiie,' tho forenoon,
while tlione at l'alaina are not in it
The water is shut oil' from that dis
trict at about 7 o'clock in the inoru-
iiiK, and is not i lined ou aain till
Into iu the owiuiuu,
ilamesC (vninii is auiazoil at the
imaginative c.ihber of the reporter
who ipioted him a: sayitiK he had
kicked oer the traces nut of the
vice presidency of the People's 1'arlV
and was uoiiur In leave the tmiiy al-
lu'i-tlier. lie ras he ouiv told tho
reporter (hat heliad voluntarily re
signed the vico-pronidcucy to make
way for M. A lioiisalves, who ho
thought had blrouur chums for tho
TUESDAY, July 2-lth,
AT Id OCI.MCIv A M
I will krll at I'nlilli! Amnion, at Um lietl-dein-it
ef Mn. VVM. M KUl ENri, I'uruer uf
Here iinln mui Vieierla treei, and liniiiu
diatuly opjOiliii Tliuiimt biunre,
Tho t Entiro : Housohold i Furnituro,
2 Upholstered Sets,
I llliirk Hair Clotlf Ret. (look Cn,
J.iiill"c sereeii", It W. niitelHiird,
It. W. hMxiiiueu I) iiIiik Tulilu, i
Viinim Dlnliit; Ciiulr,
i New Fischer Upright Pianoforte!
'enter T.hlo, lirjte and Small ltilK,
Veriiudii Cluilrs (liinliiu lion hen,
l.uwn 'lent, I'ieturt-, Curtain, Port ten,
Bisque and China Ornaments,
llrai'ketH, lied Louhkh, llureaiu
t-nfiii, I'ulntul llelronn K-t,
2 KOA SQUARE BEDSTEADS,
Oak liedroinii Si-ti, Wunlrolim, What
nnti llairaml Spring .MuttriHH'N, Mm
ulloNit4, Kuuiler I'llluw, lied Htid
'iiili'n Linens, Children h Crihi, II W.
Jaa. F. Morgan,
imul.1i MICTION KKIU
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT 10 0'CI.OOK A. M
I mn liHtrimted ly Mu. KAI.l'll It. KOS
TKIt to dlpo ol
French Kiel Stioe at a
til N'UUANU STIUiKl
M KKCUANT TAILOK,
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW BTU13K OK
OashuuMVH and Sorios .Iii8t lWoiveil I
SUITS FROM Oil 4 TJTP
Goods. Fancy Goods, Lawnfl, Etc.,
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Temple of Fashion
Entiro : Housohold : Furnituro,
610 Hort Street
'Household" Sewing Machine
1 Autoiimtli) Hnwlnu Mnehluu,
riiiled Wnre, Crofki-ry uud lllas-.wure,
C.ii-ry, l.ivuit h nli'l Candellurii,
KelriKeriilur, Mc it Haft), Kti'., htu.
tm- The PwiiIIIiik will ho open fr In
8ievtion ou Munduy, July il.l, from tl in i.
'pill: UKdlll.AU MONTH I.V MKKT-
1 inc ( lh HlocklioldirH of the II -
HIIN II M lth ClllAV will l held
lit Wit) iiiiiii.iiij'k tllliee ill ;1 o'eloek 11. III.,
IiIh Itenlilenee, NlllinilU Mtreel (niljoill-
tiK ! r Aiuii),'), uuiikUtiiiKUi
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard !
White and llruwn Wicker Tallies, Chairs,
I iiiiiik and Itorkern.
Carved i 'itk Chuim. Kom-Ih, I'iiIiiiIiiki.
IliiHt'r.lioliaiiil Turkish I'rayer Uukk.
lle.ir, heal and Coyote. ltii;i.
! Pairs DoltOD and Dresden Vases,
Curved (Ink lMenMim DlnliiK Tahle, Uft.
Carved luk DiliiiiK-rnoiii t hull
.iHianeu un m-is, iniiiier Ben
Silver Wiiruiiml 'lalile Wa'e.
Heavy Oak lledroom HetH.
II. W. Muililitoi Iludrixiiii Ht-i-.
Mirror Front Bldck Walnut Wardrobes.
Chell'-mliir-i. Hull Btumla.
lute llnlr Mntire-iH, Ktother 1'IIIoh.
I!n- hilk CurtailiH and I'nleit
Jlr.ixn 11 iUte.ul, Momiuito Netf.
HcNeale & Urbin Su'o. Nfw Model Range.
1 Itefiiuorntnr, Mint Safe, Uiwn Mower.
liiirdeii 'tools Murliletuii (lardeii Tulilns.
I Lawn Chairiuml ltlt-.
i rota ol Kerns unil 1'Jjliti.
1 Horse, Phaeton & Harness.
Firewood and Coal. Ktc, Ktc.
Association. Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
Saturday Afternoon, July 21st,
KOIl ONM-: WBKK toniftko room for N'w Goods to arrh
yur S. S. AiiHtrnlin.
Clothing. Lnre Aniorttiitnt of LndieV mi
rinnni'lnllt'H, 10 vnrdi- for $1 00
.. b 1 l lul .- .
A.T 3 ISO O'OLOCS
LnditV Undcrunnr, BoyV
(JllllUrOU H hllOI'h.
Lnruo linn of WooIhiih at '2Jk
ISrowii and Whiti (lotions, from H to U0 ynnU, $1 00 por picco.
Ainoskoa ilinKlinini, 12 yards for SI. M). Ui'iits'nnd Lndixs' Hathinu'.Si
I Silkn, hatins, S(irK', Lawns anil DrtM tioods of ovury dt'sonption
2L. O. SII-iVjA., Proprietor.
FHJR- S. S. " OA.E!XjIO."
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
llavt' mudi another
li.'irc Iiiipoi'ttitioii ol
Brands of I. A
TO-MOKHOW tTlmr.diyi Ju y I't,
order. 11. VON lloi.
fW The u' lent Ion
ol Iioiii-oIi.iIiIhih I
to tut iiinive iiieutlonxtl t-nrnllure.
whleli 1h new nml of tlm mott exneii'-ive
ati'i orniiiiu'iitiil kind llou oh-u-i1 for
Iii.jl"..i on Tilexl.iy July '.'ltd, from 1(1
M to I I-. M
-mimm -ruik: in n- n r llnl'-
1 l-ACKKIt Uiiloi'iuiiii'tliorlieil in draw i n-Vi U
lirjifiH or in ulvn nr.li r for Mer h ilull-e
or Hiiipilci on Mutlf of the 1Iuu.n
Comiii.ih hi. ,V hi iiiii I'onri.NY.
I UK HAWAIIAN CO.MMKUCIAI. .V
C. A. Si-nfKt l .
llinil M in.iiier.
July ID. Ib'il IU-1 "'I
Good Business For Sale
Goad Reason (or Selling.
1- Kor imrlii tllnr, a lilreh
NOTICE TO onGDITORS.
Large Assortment of Shapes and Sizos.
For Sale in Bond nr Duty Paid finr Fori ft Merchant Struts
J L-lvid notice Hint he hue
'I'llltKK NICKI.Y KUH
1 niuheil HiHiiilh Ml N(i
I (ImpI'-ii 1 jine
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
1,1, '-MNh '. IIINIUNO Til
take i'1-Mii;. on Mi-amera ol Hie
hiii rl-l nl so inn .SiiviU'i'lKti ( o , frniii
i Honolulu, me In ! Miueied lo Hir
li. i e U'keii- at the VMurf (llliie ol the
Coiiiiii lielorn euiliitkiint, Mini lin I'.i
eiiin-r f.illiii): lodu "i lnill he milijeel to
iiiiv J i i.in int i I the regular lure In mlili
i im'ii llurelo. I hU ruh- will lm Hrl' ll en
i fiireid Iroiu and nil" rllui Uliluvof Atixiut
. II. llUIM-lll.l
aiiMiuilfil n lliu t'lreuii i ouri, eirn ir
cult, of ihe 1 f tt vmxiIii it r.iinl, Ail in ltnt r.t-
i tor ol Hie Kitule ol juii li . i . tiiliuan,
l latu nf Honolulu ileceii-ed. and all ileht
I line h mild ileceu ed, whether iieiirinl hv
I inortiiKe or otherivine, lil'ii-t lie irerit-il
u tlm uiiili'r.li!iieil ilnlv iiuthent e.itid
I uitlilli mi inootlii froin dttt'- In lenf nr V r) re.iboimhe
I tliey win he forever hum d, ami all er oim , thin lllllce.
i iiiilehtid to the i-uid INtate are h-ieli)
i nutlllnt to oi) tin-name liiime.li.itely
I ll.ited at Honolulu m in, mi.
DWlli 1 lt,
AdnilliMriilor nl the l.t Hi- ol Joi'ih S
C. (llliiuili. deeeaed lui II o.ivn
'pilltHK NICKi.Y 11 II-
1 lllblllll lti,OIU III W.li
kll.l on the le-iit'h Tetuii
It 1-1 w
I', 0. llux H9.
W . .MVhio'y.
lluuulula, July 17, UJL
OO TO THE AN0U0H SALOON.
(TSNIMIII M. M S
In- Am hor alooii, i k'vo-
illk' tin VMlli Ho tlni'M At Hie Anchor ion
can "net nureii' with an (lter iwV
tall uud vMiti It iIiiaii Mith a l-'redenckt
Lure lluur Oittur CtH'kt.tlNa uoluliy.
I I.AIKIK IM'KMtSHKH
t Itoolll for tllll'lo )eu-
neioiiu cit null -l on Here-
tllllll Ktieilt, I'l lllil-lltl-M
walk tioni I'n.l dilice
I lOl'Bh ASH l.or AT AimKLlI
II Ullil, Honolulu. MirlXA
Apply un iicuiie, or of "i' ilf
JDK ur SA.M'Ub,
1071 I in Ou Iwmr.l menmer V. 11 ft nil.
tl WAIKIKI OS'Tllh i -j- s..
llenili cimfortithle J?Cii
imrter for oi r two Mn- Biif 92k9
Uli' Oeutleliien. honrd ii- nk'i "HM
tloual, luithiut: lacllule. noitd. c'nr purtl
nf. H IIIH I.KTIN OKh'ICK
Ailittoi C .'
V 1,1, I'lllt.SONH AUK NIHIHI.D .SOT
to credit ail) one ou my nccouiit
without lu v fttltlmi order.
Honolulu, lulyft. IMH
laee ou Youin; lrei t.
mar KiruuiuoLil ulrcct,
. I4u u titrttk