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THUKSDAY, JULY 19, WA.
Tiior'hay, July 10.
Am bktne B N Cuntlc, Hubbard, 13 days
from Ban Francisco
Til or dat, July 19.
Stmr Kftala for circuit Oaliu
Veaaala Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr W Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
From Ban Francisco, per bktno 8 N C
tie, July W Mrs Fariimvorth, Motcr
Farnsworth. Miss Stevens, Mrs Dyxbeo,
Jai White, Mr How en and another.
For Bontli Sea Islands, per Missionary
bktne Morning Star, July ltt Kev V M
Price and wife, Dr 0 V llifo and wife. Miss
K T Crosby, Helen Price, May Turner, Mrs
Garland and daughter.
Th W O Hall leaves on her regular
route to-morrow niornlng.
The barkoutlno IrniKard nnd lurk It 1'
Rithet were to liavo left Ban FranuNco for
Honolulu 011 July 8 and In reapeetlvtily.
Tho barkonllno S N Catlc, 1, 11 Hub
bard muslt-r, nrrved to-dav in days from
8nn KrnncNco. Had line weather all the
way. Bhe broiighi a general cargo.
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
Mrs. Fnrnsworth and Master
Farnsworth wore passongors on tho
S. N. Castlo.
No decision has beou arrived at iu
the investigation iuto tho solliug of
last Saturday's baseball ganio.
J. F. Morgan will soil, at tho storo
of F. A. Schaefer & Co. at 11 o'clock
o'clock to-morrow, bales of damaged
Tho papor chase of tho Honolulu
Athletic Club will begin from King
aud H0U1I streets at 7 o'clock this
Tho pupils of St. Andrew's Priory
gavo a social and dance at the priory
yesterday evening, as a wiud-up to
The S. N. Castlo brought seren
passengers from Sau Francisco.
Captain Hubbard likes to travel
Harry, tho Jap who unwittingly
entered tho Wolfe promises ou Tues
day night, was repremauded by the
District Magistrate to day.
J. Morse, tho government diver,
has btou engaged duriug the past
week laying tho foundation of a sea
wall between Browor's wharf aud
the now lauding.
Three natives including two
women pleaded guilty in tho Dls
trict Court to-day to illicit liquor
selling within tho past two weeks.
Sen ten co was suspended iu each
Captain Garland's littlo daughter !
was obristoned ou board tho Morn
ing Star yesterday afternoon prior
to tho steamer's leaving for tho Gil
bert Islands. Tho Morning Stnr
did not got away until 4:30 o'clock.
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
nnd organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be thu same as done
Tho Kamohnmoba aud Hawaii ball
teams will play the gamo on Satur
day next. Owing to au abrcess under
Captain Thompson's left arm having
been lanced, ho will be unable to
guard second baso for tho Uawaiis.
W. Ahla will play instead.
Only one of tho four hula girls
who went to tho World's Fair nud
Midwinter Exposition has returned,
the climate not agreeing with hor.
The others havo found it so con
genial and profitable that they havo
gone to Germany to givo exhibitions
of tho Uawaiiau serpeutiuu dauco.
John Burns was committed to the
Circuit Court for trial for robbery
to-day by District Magistrate Rob
ertson. Bums held up a Chinese
hackmau ou April 14 ou tho l'lains
nnd deprived him of $125. The
Chiuamau found Bums tho other
day aud handed him over to Detec
Tho now Hawaiian Republic is to
bo blamed that soap dropped IU per
cent and the price of t he very hunt
quality of a case of 100th., honeot
weight, is now only 1.50, aud in
stead of 15 bars befi.ro you get now
17 for S1.25. But it does not affect
soft soap, as the price is tho same
42tbs. iu a tin, $1.25 per tiu. N.
Tho Cataloguo of Washington
University, St. Louis, Mo., founded
in 185!), fur 1W3-4, has beeu received
from Sylvester 'ntorhouo, i'h. D.,
Collior Professor of Greek. The
list of otlicers of government and
instruction numbers nearly U0 and
fills six pages. There will bo an
examination for admission ou Sept.
20 aud 27.
THE SKABTH OF WATER.
Efforts Being Made to Maintain a
Residents who get their supply of
water from thu Nuuauu rcsorvolrn
are complaining of thu scarcity of
water. It is a regular famine with
them. Andrew Brown, Superinten
dent of Waier Works, auticipttcd
this aud but recently set a gang of
niou to clean out No 2 reservoir,
near the half-way houce, In ru-er-voir
No. 1 to-day there was only '1
feet of water and in No.!) but 3 feel.
No. 2 is dry.
Mnkiki rosldnuts have no leek
coming at all, as the Mnkiki pump
lug plaut has beeu working uight
aud day for the past two mouths,
and thwru is a big llow of water.
PRO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
Weekly Meotlng of tho Fxccutive
and Advisory Councils.
Tho Executivo aud Advisory Coun
cils mit at 1:37 this afternoon, Chair
man W. C. Wildor presiding with
whom wern present: Ministers
Hatch, King nnd Smith; Councillors
C. Brown, H. Watorhoiise, W. F.
Allen, .1. A. McCniidless, D. U.Smith,
J. F. Morgan, John Emmolulh, E.
D. Tennoy, O. Bolto.
Mr. Emmeluth, on tho reading of
tho minutes by Secretary Kodgers,
said it was duo to him Hint the min
utes should hnvo recorded his rea
sons for objecting to the presenta
tion of a sword to Colonel Sopor.
Otherwise people might think his
objection was personal.
Tho Chairman said if there was
no objection Mr. Einmeluth's rea
sons might bo briefly entered.
Mr. Morgan presented n petition
from George Wilsoiij to bo allowed
n claim of $77 ogaiust tho police
Jlofurred to Judiciary Committee
Mr. Brown uresoutcd n petition
for a laud claim, previously intro
duced iu tho F. G. Councils but not
Helorreu to luwrtiuvn.
Secretary Kodgcrsread tho weokly
financial statement. Tim receipts
for tho past, week were $50,1U(.U5,
including $10,000 from Government
bond. Tho expenditure: were $28,
032.n0, including national debt paid,
iu treasury notes, to tho amount 01
$8000. The current ai'eount balance
is $201,22281, nnd the loan fund
balance SI 7,007.03. Notices of with
drawals for the current three mouths
from the Postal Savings Bank foot
up $21,002. nnd cash on hand in the
bank is $07,130.51. Expenses of the
Provisional Government to March
31 were $227,002.01. There has been
$1800 expended on the artesian well
at tho Insane Asylum.
1 Minister Smith called attention to
J the sale of $10,000 of Government
' bonds nt par, n rise from US.
I Minister Hatch rend nu answer to
Mr. Emmoluth's questions of lat
1 wi'i-lt relative to .Inii.niiese Immi
grants. Tho fnuts are substantially I
I the snmo as those reported by the
newspapers. ' ,
Mr. Emmuluth would like to be
in formed if the Government was en-
couragng thnl sort of Japaueso im-i
inigrnliou. Wilhin tho past few
days I wo Japaueso iu the speaker's'
line ui luisluess linil stnrtbU shops in
iioiiolulu, although they had been
introduced iuto this country ns con
tract laborers. Tho planters were
making substantial profits, yot the
Government aided them in bringing
iu laborers to compete with tho poo
pie of tho country.
Chairman Wilder appointed tho
following standing committees:
Finance S. M. Damon (x-olllcio),
C. Uolte, J. F. .Morgan, E. D. Tennoy.
Judiciary-Cecil Brown, W. F.
Allen, W. 6. Smith (ex-oilicio), Henry
Foreign Relations V. F. Allen,
V. M. Hatch (ex-oliicio), John Eua,
Military C. nolle. A. Yonne. J.
I A. McCniidless, President S. 1). Dole
I Mr. llrown, on bt-hnif of tho At
1 torney-Geueral, introduced a bill to
confer on uiomhors of Hoards of
Kcitihtrntiou nud tixnmiuorti of no
plicautH for tint urnlizat ion tho power
to nduiiuistur oaths
Minister Smith, on returning to
the hall, moved Mixp.msion of thu
rules to pans tho bill through nil its
stages, so ns to catch steamer fur
thonthor islands to-morrow. Carried.
The third rending p;ised unani
mously ou the r ofl and nays being
called according to tho Constitu
tion. Tho foreign mall steamer bill enmo
up on second rending.
Mr. McCniidless understood that
tho bill did not autliorizo tho pay
ment of n cash subsidy, but only to
grant coal storage, remission of port
Mr. Browu held that it authorized
the Executivo to pay money under a
contract, but tho money would have
to bo appropriated by these Coun
cils or tlio Legislature of tho Re
public. If money was not so appro
priated tho owners of tho steamers
under coutract would yet hao a
claim against tho Government.
Several members said tho bill
should bo referred to a committee.
It went to tho Judiciary Committee.
Minister Smith reported that the
Executivo had lost no time, since
promulgation of the Constitution,
in innkiug preliminary arrangements
for holding tho election.
Mr. Morgan drew attention to the
bad state of tho roads iu Koua, of
which he had last week had oppor
tunity of observation. There uero
numbers of people there engaging
iu coiho cultivation, and it was due
to their enterprise that they should
have proper facilities of transporta
Minister King said
that until a
few mouths auo
tho care of tho
' roads throughout
the country had
been under the exclusive control of
Road Boards elected by thu people.
Mr. Dodge of tho Government Sur
vey was, however, going to Koua
aud Kau by tho steamer Hall to
morrow to inspect the roads and re
Mr. Tennoy asked if Mr. Morgan
had au eyo to getting a road to his
own company's colme plantation.
Mr. Morgan replied that they had
a bettur road to their pluutatiou
than any road in Honolulu.
Minister Smith haul thu matter of
roads hud been one of thu Govern
ment's chief tribulations. Com
plaints had been common from dis
tricts who.-o Road Boards had hpent
much money ou their roads. The
Government had for some timo liad
under consideration some plan of
getting more piison labor tent to
tliu coiititr) romls.
Mr. hhniiioluth told of a complaint
ho hud heard from n lesideut of
Koua, to the ull'ect that the Milliliter
of the Interior luid scut n young
ceruli from Honolulu d wu there,
ho hud been i imaged hliicu arrival
iu mailing it road to his brother's i
Mr. L). B. Smith asked hesitatingly
it any hopes could ho held out for
au improved water supply,
Minister King related work in pro
Kress, with which readers of thia
paper are kept informod.
After a desultory discussion the
Councils adjourned at 2:10 till next
Trust Resigned 8.
W. P. Allou has tendered his re- roof 41 da whon Bhe was got off
Bignation as administrator with tho through the efforts of Captain Met
will annexed of tho estatp of J. F. O. cnife, Lloyds' surveyor, who came
Banning, docoascd. Tho amount from San Francisco with tho neces
duo tho estato is $145,926.21. Barv tt,, nd wrecking apparatus.
Tho Supremo. Court, by Judgo . Ed. Bulletin.! TIioukIi her bot-
Coonurortlie Circuit Court sitting
iu ploco of Chief Justice J mid, dls-
qualified, has rendered a unanimous
decision on a submission of case
without action iu tho matter of tho
estnlo of S. G. Wildor, deceased.
Tho points of law decided are as
"A legacy to W. to bo kept with
V. & Co. and interest paid thu
legatee at oight percent per nnnum:
Held to draw iutorest from death of
"A legacy boaring interest at a
fixed rate for tho term of throe years
if not paid at tho end of the term:
Held to be surcharged with iutorest
nt tho statutory rate.
"General legacies nro paynhlo ono
year from the death of testator pro
vided there are sufllcieut assets in
thu hands of tho executor to pay
debts aud all legacies iu full nnd
bear interest from that dato until
paid at thu statutory ralo of nine
porcent per annum.
'Tho will named L. as n legatee
to thu amount of $5000; by codicil
tho same parly was given $20,000 in
ndditiou to tho $5000: Held to bo a
cumulative legacy and tho last
amouut to bo entitled to and subject
to tho conditions and provisions of
tho legacy mentioned iu tho will."
Tlioso favored by tho decision aro
Samuel O. Wildor (sou of tho test-
ator), Miss Ella Lamb, Wilder Wight
(trraudsou) and J. K. Wilder
turoiiieri. miss ianii) was loit&dOW
in the will and S20.ooo in a codicil
thereto, aud tho Court decides she
is entitled to both legacies.
At tho testator's ileal h his estate
was heavily burdened with debt, but
he was so convinced of thu tillimntn
success of his various enterprises
that he willed that tuny should bo
continued in Ihoir entirely. Tui,i
Court says: "His desire was success-
fully carried out ami thu reslduarv
legatees, upon whom tho charge of
interest falls, went vastly benefited
by It. Tho equity of tho case, it
seem to u, is iu favor of tho lo
gatoos. nnd tho payment of iutorest
is to bo governed by tho general
Carter & Carter for tho goneral
legatees; A. S. Hart well for tho ad
ministrator and residuary legatees.
Judge Whiting requests that
parties who took the oath tosupport
the Constitution ou the 4th iustnut
will please call nt tho Clerk's olllco
aud get their certificates.
John K. Kekaula, Jr., has boon
appointed by Judgo Whiting as
guardian of the person nud proper
ly of Kahoiwni Kiniakua, his niece,
who expects $700 ns n devisoo of her
into uncle, dames K. Kokaula.
C. Achi for petitioner.
Judgo Cooper is giving another
inning to tho case of Queeu Dowager
Knpiolani vs. S. W. Mnheloua, bill iu
npiity to cancel n deed on tho
ground of fraud. The deed purports
to have been given by tho late King
Kalakaiin to Mnheloua. Hatch for
the plaiutiu; C. W. Ashford for tho
J. J. Egan oiTers most nttractlvo
inducements iu dress goods, hosiery,
laces, etu, iu this icsue. Tlio ladies
will find it to their interest to givo
his advert hemeiit n cloro perusal.
The Champion had boat drill in
the harbor this morning.
A K 11 1,1. SUPPLY
mhi plrniy luurt ou l lie wa.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
All. 1'KltSONS AUK Hr.lir.HY GAIT
tlimuil to trii-t no ono on my nrcimnt
ii h I mIII imy no claims unlit h milhorlicil
hyuiu. I'. M. JIUHl'falJ.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Holul tit., under Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Snitinos
Hercived by Kvery Blojmer
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
ty Tbls Brand will always be
M'itOhCall JU Ptf0O. OOfcBt A.rt.
Steel vs. Iron Plates.
A striking instance of tho superi
ority of steel ship-plates over iron
has been furnished in tho case of an
Australian liner which has jut been
docked on the Tyne for repairs.
This vessel, the Miowera, ran on tho
reefs at Honolulu during a fog, and
for eighteen days lay stranded there
until a tidal wavo caused by an
earthquake in tho island washed her
Ittfrk riaa tvnlor f.Qlia tttt nil lltn
'tom wa9 very much domaged, her
keel-bar broken, and bilge-keels bent
.l ...!-! I .UHMll..t.MHllM1AMM(l.
none of tho plates wero pierced, and
she has been able to steam to tho
Tyno for repairs and general over
haul, vessel and eugines behaving re
markably well throughout tho long
trip. Tho vessel has been docked
and examined, and the fact that her
plates are so sovoroly indented with
out being brokon has caused a good
deal of comment on tho part of the
oxports who have surveyed her. It
is only fair lo say that tho builders
of tho Miowora are Messrs. Swan &
Hunter, of Wallsond-on-Tyne, aud
that the plates used in her construc
tion were manufactured ou tho
Tyno. Thr Forrltn and Colonial Im
J. J. EGAXT
514 Fort Street.
In order to make room for
nt, Smtrw.noo imu- utxnr nf Hi-c
.... ..........u ..-., .-Vw - "--j
,n,l Fancy UoocJb, Millinery,
.,! j V
Gents' Furnishings Mid Boy's
niotliiiiir whielt will nrrivo
gV V ?. I, ,
shortly, I shilll Oil Monday,
t,.i. o.i lrSii , ,r,...twl ,.l..m
July JJU, begin a giundch-m
nneo sale. Our prices will
positively be so low that you
will he nshumed to look else-
where. There nre plenty of
l.ul,,a in Ilnnnliihi who do iiol
,JU"-8 111 UOIlOIUHl WllO ao 1101
Weur silk dresses Oil account
of the hard times. But we
have some special patterns
that wo nre offering nt greatly
reduced prices to make shelf
room for our new goods.
When ladies want society
items they look in the society
or local columns. When they
want bargains they read the
advertisements For those
who don't wish silk we havo
Serges in endless varii-ty.
Our Hosiery Department will
k satisfy the most fastidious,
and some ol our Laces nre
simply bcautilul nud at less
than reasonable prices; nnd
our JHibbonsarc well, what's
the use of going further?
A. call nt our place of busi
ness, 5M Fort r-trcet, will
convince you. I would be
pleased to have you read this
"ad" next week, as I intend
quoting you somo prices on
Dress Goods, both Silk aud
Serge, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, etc., that will make
'you think I am constantly
beating the Custom House,
hut a visit will convince the
most skeptical that the cheap
est place in Honolulu to trade
at is J. J. Eqan'b, at 514
lllack Kllly, two
)uu eld, hroki'ii lo bad
tile. lor iartluulur u
Y. it. V1I1A,
W7-iw at Union Feed Co.
Good Business For Sale
Good Reason (or Selling.
Kor Mirtli'nlara, ixldnm
I'. O. lln h.
ITHOSI THIB DATK, n. F. IIOK
. KACKIlll iualouuniiihorlzed to draw
CoUMKKI'IAI. it Bl'IMIl COMI'ANV.
lirnilH or lu kIvu ortterti lor WerclmmllHO
IHK HAWAIIAN COMMKIICIAI. &
C. A Ui-rfokkm,
July IU, 18! lOX-IOt
(oaud Heliablb and Good Yalur. -i
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AT II O'CLOCK A. M.,
f will so'l st Pnb'lc Auction el lb Rlnrn nf
Messrs. K. A. (jchnefer fc Co., corner Mer
chant nnd Ksahiuiisim streets, for ncroutit
of whom it may concern, lisles lings dam
itifd by water at tho Are July Ulb, on the
W b O
14 Biles Sugar Bags, 609 eacb; 22x36.
Ttnu Cask la D. 8. Gold Coin.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
VTOTIOK IS IIRKEDY OIVKN THAT
11 pursuant to a tioworof rnlc contain
cd In a certain
Mortgage bcnrltii; date the
vnd day of February,
A. V, IS'1, mailo by
Sirah A. Swlnlun and her IiuImikI H b.
Hwintnn of Honolulu, Irlind of Oaliu,
Hawaiian Islands, to I'eter C. Jones ol cald
Honolulu, of record In the olllco nf the
Kegisirsr of Couvyntices in Mber 1.1.' pne
CV and for the breach of c tullttous In ald
mortKii'.eilecdrontnlnel, towltt non-piy.
ii.eni of principal nnd li.teret when due,
tho iunrlKgC(t inlins to foreclose.
Notice Is hUo clvcn tbat all the land and
property detcrlbftl In tho said tiiortfauii
will herold at public auction at tliu nucticii)
rooms of Jniii.s F. MutRu on HATl'lt
DAY, July Ulst, A. D. IsjI. at VI o'clock
The property to be sold Is drscribed as
f".,.,??, AW ol those pre.. ., toother
wiiii me iiiiprovoiiicnis ineruon, situaica
on the slope of PuiichttOKl In .ild Hono
lulu, being lot !so. 4,5 on tlis Uovcrnuiciit
map of said locality, and belli the same
Iiremletlcrcrllcl In Koyal Patent Urant
so. 3j2I, containing an area of U,'iW
W Parchate price ptyah'o In U. 8.
(lol.l Coin. Conveyances at purclioicr's
luted Honolu'u, June W, IffJI.
Ily his a'torncys, Carter & Carter.
J eta. F
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT 10 O'CUIOK A. M..
I am Initmclc.l hy Mn. KAMMI It FOS
TER to lix5A or
Tho t Eutlra t Houaohold i Furnlturo,
At lila NoMilcnro, Niiiionn ttrcut (uiljoln
lug Mrs. Along), coinlitlliK ol
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard !
While ami llrown Wicker Tabln, Chnlm,
l.utuiK i nint KwkrrH.
I'arvml Lute Clinlrn. Knivlt, I'alntlliKi.
DiijterrtaillamlTurkMi l'rii)cr IttiK'.
Hear, fceal and Coyote Hug.
Pairs DoKoq and Dresden Vases.
('awl Oik Extension DIiiIiik Tnhtc, li ft.
uarvM oak iiiiutiK-room i linns.
JlnfoTaSutM. Iiluner Sets.
Silver Witronml 'Initio Waie.
Heavy link lleilrooin Set. i
II. V, Maihletop llc.lruoin So:.
Mirror Front Black Walnut Wardrobes. !
Clnirnler, llnll Stands.
U'hlio llalr JUt'reiw, K.athcr 1'llluv.s.
Itaw hilk Curtains and I'.'lct
limit ll'dstead, Moxniito NoIh.
McNeils t Urbtn Sifa. New Model Range.
Iteliluorittiir, MrntSate, Iawii Mowhi-,
niinlcn TimiIn. Marlilc'iup (liirdrn TuUleit.
Ijjwii Clmlrit nud Krttre.
I'ots o' Fern unci l'biit.
1 Horse, Phaeton & Harness.
Klreworxl mid Coal, Etc, Kto.
nr The attention ol hoitttdiolilt'rK In
calleil to tho iUn.vh liifiitlinirtl Kiirultnrc,
which I nor and of Hie inoit exiHMi-lve
ann ornmnrnlnl kind. Him-ti i.iru-d fur
litlc dl n u Tucday, July '.'Ith, Iroui 10
A. m to A r. M.
Ja.a. jT. jCorBra.zi,
By Lewla J. Lorey.
Household -:- Furniture
,.. ,.7777 ,, ... ,
TuE&DAl, July tilth,
AT 10 OCL'IOK A II..
I will (.Hint Public. Auction, at llm Kcsl- !
deuce ol Ma. W.M. M VKItl KNb, corner of !
Hero aula and Vic oris ttruem, and luiuie
.llittfly op oslto Tliomas Uijiure, i
The t Eutlre : Houaohold : Furnlturo,
2 Upholstered Parlor Sets,
1 lilaclc Hair Cloth 8et, Bonk Vatiei,
Janiii-o Pcrt'elia, 11 V. Hlileliourd,
II. W. hxt.MiBion Dinlni; Tulilo,
Vienna lllulni; Chulrd,
1 New Fischer Upright Pianoforte
Center Table', I.nrpe and Rmall IttlRD,
Verandu Utmlrs, Ourduii lien lies,
l.uwn 'lent, l'lutitren, Curtains, l'onlem,
Bisque and China Ornaments,
HrnclcHH. lied Uinnce. llnrfwuH.
hohiH, I'alnted lludrojiu B-it,
2 K0A SQUARE BEDSTEADS,
Oak lledroom Set, Wnrdrolirg, Wlnit- I
nott Huii and Spring .Mntirencn. Mui
quito ,N U, Kealh.r I'lllow, lhd uud
iiibiH l.lncns, Children b Crib, H. V.
"Household" Sowing Machine
1 Automat'u Sflwlnu Marliluc,
1'laied Ware, Cronkery mid OlnNinnre,
Cuih-r.v, l.uniH nud (' iiinleliniN,
KulriKeruior, Moat Hutu, Kil., htu.
Thu l'welUni; will bu odpii for in-
tieutlon ou Monday, July ;KM, Iroui II lo J.
BY AN AMKIIIOAN I.ADY, TO DO
Nnriliiii. I.lkiht HoiiMi Work, t'uru ol
Iu mi hiiulii.h-i.iie.ik-
Iiik family. No uiilu'llon lo
Ajinly Nu. S3 iloruUuU uvU
Headquarters, for White Goods
1ST. 3. SACKS'
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
.NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Checks and Plalda.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Lineo Lawns
IN ALL UKADK4 AND PHICKH,
DIMITIES in Striped, Cheeks, Plaldi and Halt Lii.m.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON GRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CKEAM AND fcOKU
IMMENSE VAKIBTY OP
ICMBKOIPKKY KDOINOB in
All Widths with
AliMrfw EabroUery, Babroiderr
Laces of Every DescHption in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
HJto.. EtO.. E3tO..
. S. LEVY'S
Try the " Cleveland " Black Hose 1
IU NUUANU STREET.
M kkcuant Tail ok.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
(JjiHlitiM'n-s and SorgcH Just UM-eivuil 1
surra frou u rjrx
Dry OoudB. Fanoy OoodB, Lawns, Etc., Etc.. Etu
I Temple of Fashion
SI IToort Street
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
FOR ONE WEEK tomakn room for Now Goods to arrive
yurS. S. Australia.
Ladles' Umlerwoar, Boy'a ClothhiK, Largo Ahuortninut of LaiW ami
Lawn lino of Wooloua at 2Tc. KlAiinidatlon. 10 rxnl. fnr 11 rm
urownaimwnitoiwiions, from 8 to 2)yviU,S1.00 iwr nlwe.
Amokiiaff OIuKhnmB, 12 yards for fl.00. OHutH'aiul LadU'UathiiiirSuiu
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LI. O. 8ILVA, FroiDrietor.
Have made another Largo Importation of
Brand of LA CONSTANClA and EL COMKTA
Large Assortment of Shapes and 8iza.
Pur Me in Ronrf or Out? Pairt
'IMIKKK NICKI.Y KHU
X uivhed Itooini at No.
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'PIIIIKK NICKi.Y l'Ult
X nibbed lluoitik at Will
klkl on the b-noli. Tentis
Vrry tudbonalilf, Aiiply at
tliU Olllue. J'
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Ileiniiii ditualed mi I ft' re- riJS3.
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IliU olllie. liwj tf
Aid. I'KKHONB AUK NOTIPIhl) NOT
. to credit any otu on my account
without my written unlnr.
Mniiulttlu, July (, IHyi.
Swiss. Nainsook and Haiiihtin
Inserting to Maliih.
PlouMcat m4 Demi Plo
Slioe ett $a26,
of Every Description.
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Cor. For) ft Merchant Strwtn
"LJOUHK AM) LOT AT
XX Iwilel, Iioiiolulu.
lireniibeN. or ol
MV. I.r B1U IWIU
On iMiiinl liaiuer W.O. Hall,
At WAIKIKI ON THK
i quartern (or one or two Hin.
uiti iieiiiieineii: n.iHr.1 i,iw
tioiiaii uallilnt! invlliUea uood. For uarU
(MllNrneniiiirf . lll"H Hlll.liKTIN OKKH1R.
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lifur Keeaumnkii itreet!f
Apply to Wl
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