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SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1894.
Batuhday, July 21.
Btmr Klnau from llnwnll nnl Mnul
Bttnr llokolll from Maul. Lannl and Molo-
Btmr Watalcata from Knusl
Btmr Iwalani from Knnal
SATtTRPAY, Jill)' 21.
BS Australia. Hondlctte, for Ban Fran
cWco at 12 noon
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Btmr Kaala for I'mialuu and Kalniku at
Btuir Walaloalo for Lnhalnn, Kukulhaclo
an 1 Homikna at t) a in
Btmt Mokolll for Molokal ami Lnnal
Btmr Jag Mnkpa for Walinca t -I i m
Cargo from Island Forts.
Btmr Klnau 8Ji" bant sugar, 2 horses, 21
bales wool, 2.3 bogs Kitalocs, 35 bnjs
corn, 13 hogs, l bills littles, lOj pkgs
LOCAL AND QKNKBAL MEWS
Bnnu at Emma Hanaro this alter-1
John Tosh, Load luna of Laupa
hooboo, is in town.
Dr. Wood RUoeeods Dr. Minor in
tho Board nf Health.
M. Davis loft on tho S. S. Austra
lia to daj? for tho Coast.
J. F. Morgan will sell several Gno
hordes ou Saturday next.
Tho Thistle club will kIvo a con
cert in lis hall on August 3.
J. C. Quinn in going to tako a trip
to thu (Joast noxt Australia.
Tho Knmeliniuelins and Ilawaiis
will cross bats this afternoon.
Mr. J. G. Spiccr will lead tho sor
rico at tho Y. M. 0. A. Sunday
Mr. Oarviu will dt'livor his post-
finned lecture nl 8:30 p. m. Suuday,
n Y. M. C. A. hall.
Officers ro-olwted by tho Board
of Firo Underwriters aro announced
117 THE HOSPITAL.
AMATEUR ATHLETE CLUB.
A visit was paid by a Bulletin re
porter to tho Queen's Hospital this
morning, for tho purpose of ascer
taining tho condition of Georco
Wood, the colored pitcher of tho
Crescents, who was shot by Arthur
I White, and West, tho bluejacket
from H. B. M. S. Champion, who
I foil from aloft. Miss Carroll tho
I matron courteously escorted tho re
porter to West s bousulo. llis lelt
arm lay in splints and bandages. It
had beon cut. in two places near tho
I Buouiuor. i nere are nope oi sav
ing tho arm, although a few days
ago it was thought it would havo to
bo amputated. "He is doing nicely,"
Miss Carroll said.
George Wood cotild not bo eon.
as the matron had received orders
from tho Marshal not to allow any
visitors to seo him. However, Miss
Carroll said that tho young man
was doing well, and if required could
attend court. Tho injury is not
Another pationt in the hospital is
From Hawaii and Maul, f r stmr Klnau,
July 21 Volcano: Mr Me) cm. U N 8111
cer and wife, N H Wilklmoti, Clms A Tudd,
L A Thurston, wife an I son. A A VIM-r,
DrUA Hlielton and wire Hi in ami way
itortsi OTOilctto, Miss K T HitclirooK,
Miss Bella Wilght, Father It T Mnxlme,
Father It F llnnavcn'ura. Urn Henry, llro
Charles, IlroTynslIno, CO Kennedy, wito
and son, ltouafil Ksnnrdy, Miss MclJimnn.
K N Holmes. V I'ulhtr, J Cllbb, Mr4 1
Wright, A Young, Mls Kaprla. Ml-s
Amite Holmes and ervant, U K. Wilder, T
M Dattoand wife. E W llarnnnl, J Toh.S
K Ksnc.VV Ashfonl, UIiik Foole. Fatlir
Paul, J Magulre, J H Low, Miss W Klckanl.
Miss M Powers, Mls Alo AkIiis, Mrs J M
Bell, E 1' l.ow. A Tlbb. T V Oav, F (I
Hnow, T Wolir, 1. Wheeler, J T Cunning,
bam and 67 deck.
For Ban Francisco, cr B S Australia,
July VI Miss Armstrong, II I Ilnon, .Mrs
Manning U Harri-lt, Jiulgo H F Ulckurtoil
and wile, Bncnccr lllckcnnn. TJ Itlrcli.
Io Cooper. Junius (llhb, K N Holmes, C C
Kennedy and Ifo, Masters It and 11 Kenne
dy. Miss McOowau, MIsips I'orry 12). W
l'ullar, Mr- KI'Knne. Miss II Ituuibctl,
luigar ost-iis, it w rjciituiiii ami wuc
I TV..I Tlrilt 4 tin tirinlnr ttrlm full n(T
a veranda and broke both lugs. Dick
has improved considerably.
A Spanish sailor from tho steamer
Claudiiio, who also had a broken
leg, was doing well.
Kamoa, tho native who was as
saulted with a billy, was "llred" from
tho hospital about a month ago. As
will lio remotnberol uy jjclletin
readers a kuhumi had contracted to
in this paper.
At tho California Fruit Market,
frosh oft tho ico to-day, apricots,
pears, nectarines, peaches, plums,
Tho P. S. Australia departed for
San Francisco at noon to-day. She
took a mail of 7051 lolterH and 1015
n .1 il- I I. ..1
.ut", i Biunanav rvcouuy iniuiiMi ... .. .,. ... , ... .1
hero ou ouo of tho O. S. S. Co.'s ' "'rS u,s "fr T". "f ?"" ";"'" , "
"nm- o'hp, ruiuniuu iuu ufiiiuu ui uuu
week longor. llio time expired ami
tho bones woro not set, so the kahuwi
lost $u(K) thereby. Kamoa is at his
homo on (juoon stroot and is auio to
Baseball Nino to bo Formed Another
Tho Amateur Athletic Club held
a mooting yesterday evening, and
aftor duo consideration it was de
cided to organizo a baseball team
from members of tho club to play
any team on tho islands, ono or a
series of games, for the champion
ship. Of course, gambling, bribing,
ami such things aro debarred. John
Wiso was elected temporary captain,
uutil the uiuo has been formed,
which will bo in a very few days.
Tho club also discussed tho hare
and hounds chaso of Thursday even
ing and decided it a success under
tho circumstances, tho night being
dark aud wiudy. Tho members
voted that another paper chase tako
placo on Saturday tiext, tho chao to
begin at 5 o'clock in tho afternoon.
An interesting chaso is autioipatod,
as the hares will bo tbo same as on
It was also decided to send a do
putatiou to represont tho 11. A. A.
Club at tho coming bicycle sports
to Ira hold on August Utb.
Their noxt field day will bo at
Makiki tho First or second week in
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nutianu street. Lodging by
i In p. u'lwk nr miiiith. Turin! 2Ti anil
hOrnnfx per night; $1 and fl.'jfi per
Headquarters for White Goods
boats, was sent back to San Fran
Bon of Harry K. ituliy, of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a BeTcre Form of
" Until my boy was sit years of ago he was
from birth a terrible afferrr from scrofu
lous humor. Bores would appear on him and
spread until as I.nrgr a a Dollar and then
dlicharce, followed by others, so thattho larger
fiart nf his liivlr was oar tuns or vert all
lie time, c4pclally cvcro ou lilt leg ami hack
JNT. S. SACHS'
a mo rort
Thoro is to bo a danco held by a
iliincinir snelidv nl tint Tlillli
Club's hall tho second Wednesday bo about with tho assistance of a
of each mouth. j cano. Tho man was dismissed be-
Henry C Schmidt, Krnet Hclimldi, Miss l(
stlfe, N It
Bohiiiidt, U N Hiwncvriiiid wlfo, J Mclner,
wife ind child, E 1) Tcene
J Umbslaetter and
Miss Tuck, It
Arrived Julv M, stmr Klnsu; Oth. stmr
Clamilntt from Kawalhne, stmr Walalenle
from Hunolulu; Mtli, stmr Klnau from
Ullo; iltli, stmr Klnau from Honolulu;
Kill, stmr Hawaii from Honolulu; 2Uth,
stmr Klnsu from Hllo.
ailed -July 3d, stmr Klnau for Hllo;
mil, stmrClnudine for Knhulul, ttmr Will
ulealc fur llotinksa; inch, stmr Klnau for
Honolulu; Uth, stmr Klnau for lllinj lTth
ttrur Hawaii for l'upalkou; Vutb, stmr Kl
nau for Honolulu.
Carl Leonard, tho Jockey, return
ed to Sau Francisco to-day. He will
return hi time for tho next, meeting
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Invitations aro out for a social
dance to be given next Wednesday
evening, July 25, at tho new pavil
ion, Independence I'ark, King
, cause ho persisted in going outside..
CALL XT OFF.
senlat Ion of his now
Tho public band, under tho leader
ship of i'rof. Borgor, will give a con
cert this afternoon at -1:30 o'clock, at
Emma Squaru. Following is tho
March-The Life (lusrds Illlt
Overture llalltiu In Algiers ltoslui
Unroll o Dnlsy II nliam
rwlt-cilon Ilnllan Melodies ltciniifzottt
Wsllr-Uvo's Old Hweet Hong .Itucalotol
(lalop titreei Cars Amdt
announces I lie pro-
drama next Saturday. A resume of
tho events aud scenes to bo depicted
will appear later.
Remember that ou every bar of
Hawaiian Soap is stamped the name
of tho company in full, Honolulu
Soap Works Co. Tako no other.
M. W. Mcl.'niaNUV & Sons, Agents.
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
celvo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to bo tho same as dime
T.D.Garvin, tho Evangelist, will
f;ivo tho second lecture of thu course
it tho Y. M. 0. A. hill Suuday, July
22, at Ih'M p in. Subject, 'The
Uoldeu Chain of tho liiltK" illus
Ialablo to Bo No Mora Baseball
tho Sold Oamo Ooes.
Tho representatives of tho Ka
mehamcha baseball team havo pub
liul v declared that thoy havo con
cluded that last Saturday's game
was bought, and if tho truth is
known a young graduate of tho
hchool had something to do with
j the bribing. It has not boon
j satisfactorily proved that members
of tho Kumohameha team woro all
innocent in tho affair. Then why
not. call tho gamn oflf If tho Ka
mehamehas persist in claiming tho
game, tho Crescents will draw out
from tho league, and there won't Ih
any more baseball in Honolulu.
Call tho gamo offl
OKF.AT BIOYOLE RIDINO
of liH -i m stvl on tils l.cstl. The bunior bad a
very oReimve ovior, ant caused
We cannot tell bow that poor boy suffered la
all those years. Physicians did hot effect a
cure. At last I decided to giro him Hood's
Barsaparllla, as tny drnpzlst recommended
It In about two weeks the Karsaparllla began
to haro effect. Tho sores commenced to heal
npi thefle'h beqnn to look more natural and
healthy. Thru lli4 stales r imo off and nil orcr
his Irody new and in-althy nli nnd skin formed.
When he had taken two Iwllln ho wni entirely
free from sores, having ny the smm to lmw
where Uiey hid hcn. TIi.mc hao nil rihap
peared. we aro unable to epmt our thanks
for the RiKid
bas done our little l-oy." Haiiiit K. Rear,
IIoj a.4, Coliimbla, ri'tins)lranla.
HOOD'S TILLS enr Conillritlon bj mtoe
la lbs frUUIU aetloasf IbssUiassUry caaal
UUnitON, NEWMAN A CO.
Agent for Hawaiian Ialnnds.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
SA1N800K8 In Plain, fltnped, Checks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL GUAtlEH AND PltldKH,
U1M1T1EH In Striped, Checks, I'lalds and Hmr lam
INIHA MNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON GKAI'KS
OOITON MULLS IN WHITB, CKKAM ANl Hi'KU
IMMENHK VAK1KTY OK
AN KNULKHB VAUIEty OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIKOIDKHY EDOINOH In Swiss. Nainsook and Hamburg. In
All Widths witb Insertlnc to Malrh.
All-oTW Babrollerf, Batbroiderr FIouhcm and Deal nuurM.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
Household :- Furniture
tint fi.ftity more on tlir way.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
J. J. EO&XT
614 Fort Street.
In order to make room for
an immense new htock of Dry
and Funcy Goods, Millinery,
Gents Furnishings and Hoy's
Clothing, which will arrive
shortly, I shall on Monday,
July 23d, begin a grand char
unce sale. Our prices will
positively bo so low that you
will be nhhained to look else
where. There are plenty of
Indies in Honolulu who do not
wear silk dresses ou account
of the hard times. But we
have some special patterns
that we are offering at 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 Ave have
Serges in endless var'nty.
Our Hosiery Department will
satisfy the most fastidious,
aud some of our Laces are
simply beautilul and at less
than reasonable prices; and
our Kibbonsare well, what's
the use of going further'?
A call at our placo of lm-i-ness,
514 Fort t-treet, will
convince you. I would be
pleased to have you read this
"nl" nivf tvoftl.' iiu I infmwl
quoting you some prie s on
Dress Gioods, both Silk and
Serge, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, etc., that will make
you think I am constantly
beating the Custom House,
but a vir.it will convince the
most skeptical that the cheap
est place in Honolulu to trade
at is' J. J. KrtAN'B, at fil-i
Jack" Atkinson Kakts a Fine
Record on the Volcano Road.
Bj tho Klnau word has boon rev
oolvcd ot tliu bicvolo trip of A. L. 0.
Atkinson from IIllo to tho Volcano.
Tliu (lUtniico in thirty intlos. and
truti'd by spcdul churls Thin nor-; l'""" m IU1U root in tin
vim wan postponed last Smitlay on ' nwd. Atkinson cov;rod tbn roiitu
necouut of thu fuuoral or Mr. S. N. i ' (t tiino of 1 hours 10 tuin
Onstlo. ut('' What makiis tho font ruoro
croditablo is tho fact that tho cyclor
Tho now Hawaiian Ilipublio is to had to carry his whttol ono uillo
bo blanifd tlialtoap dronpnl iuiht
cont and tho nriio of tiio very best
quality of a caso of lOOlhs., Iioncst ,
wolght, is now only tl.HO, and in-
stuad of ir bars beforo you ot now '
17 for 51.25. Hut it does not nfToct
soft soap, as tho prico is tho satno .
4211m. in a tin, &1.2u pur tin. N.
Itotnarks on tho railway strijto
form tho prolixin to tho JIawaiiau
Hardwaro Co.'s uow woltly locturo.
Wash in a cloau and i'l'nant bath, ,
is tho moral that follows. Don't
vnoil tho broad or cako for want of
tho propor iniplomont. Havo your
smvinK dono with tho Rrcatcst sav-'
iutr of labor. Tluo am also injuiic-'
Hone, thoro to bo found, woll worthy
of lMillg liocilcil. j
Ubamhiirlaiu's is tin host of all.
Viucout J D.-irkl, of Uaiibitry, Iowa,
has ukihI CliiiuibnrlaiiV(i)iiK'li Kimii
ttily whouovor iu ucod of a inodiciuo
for coughs and colds, for tho pat
fivo yoars aud says: "It always helps
mo out. If auyono askH mo what
kind of rouh modicino I us, I ro
ply, Chaiuhorlaiu's, that in tho 1)cmI
of all. 2T aud CUo. bottles for salo
by all dealers. limion, Smith fi
Co., AkhiiIs for the Hawaiian IhI-
whoro tho road is still ru'd.
By Jns. K. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By "Olory," "Joo DauloU" and
"Boswoll, Jr "
On SATUKIIAY, July 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At Kowtctt's Ynnl, Queen siren. I will
sll ' I'llliiln Aiictiiill a Drnfl of Kilin
llores from iluy's Mnkuiela
2 3-Year Old Stallions
Gelding and Fillies,
lirokun 1o Saililln u I lIarno.
.Ij. .!. bKVHY,
SATURDAY, JULY 28th,
Kirs, iiriwiitutioti In llrnimitlii form of
tin IllHTtMlllH IliiMilllllN I'Hllliiillvil with
ill" ilUcovuri nf tln Siiuhvli'li lluiiils liv 1
Cii.tiilii .Iuiiich Cook, It. N ,ninl the iltiith
of lliut l)ltliiKll'liuil Nuvlgiitur
(.'unifiillv ilrnwn from rellnhln II"-
willim ami I'orvluii Autliotillos iiy 1) M
eituWI.hY, An hur of "Tliu Woolly of
A llomnntlo ill-tnrlfiil Dmiiia in Four
Act.. Clmriictfrs by TulmiUd Anui'iiiirn.
IW KtiK IM.AN iow oiiimat l.ovey's.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
A.-K VOUU (1UOCKK Vii
t Tbis BmdJ will always be (ouod Reliable adiI Good Value. vi
N4.1tohll IU Pistoraon Ooam Acnt.M.
Th'w column will he devoted
in the future to the inteiests
of the Indies. IJ. F. Kiii.kiik
& Co. will keep you posted
on what is going m not mil)
in society generally hut at our
store. You are all lovers of
hargnius aud know pretty well
where to get them aud yet it's
hard to keep truck of all of
them. It's our intention to
let you know when they can
hu found and whiwiovur n now lwii
piece, of goods reaches this
market. If it was not for
this article you would not
know thut we had received
four cases of Hosiery, bought
for spot cnnh and which we
are opening for sale this week
at prices you never dreamt of
before. It will pay you to
lay iu a few pairs, along with
those Jersey Uibhed Vests.
Nothing neater ever was
worn ; they set the whole
form off. We know ou
won't believe it when we say
that the "Australia" brought
.a . . sj-Hk -w st
in l lie prettiest uress 1'at-
terns we ever had. and a line
of Cotton Crepes that dazzle
tho eye, nevertheless it's a
fact and well worth investi
gating. We will make a
showing of Percales this week
that will astonish you almost
as Hindi as our new dcigns
in Nii'lit Gowns and Skirts.
None of these trends are to
be sold below eont, but they
will be sold at prices that will
make you wonder whether we
ever paid for them or not.
For over forty years we have
been tho leaders of fashion iu
Honolulu. We are making
oven greater efforts than be
fore. Fiom week to week
t . a
you will K!i iu tins column
notices of our special sales,
etc. Lookout for something
sin pricing soon.
ITUIOM THIS II.M'K. K. IIUK-
V I.M'KIIlt l iiliiiicuiiiiluirlii'il In ilruw
liritlls or In itlvf iirilir lor AIit. Imnll.o
or hiiiiilu on IkjIoiII ol tliu Hawaiian
I'oMMI.IIi Ml. A SliMII I'oMI-tNV
Hit: Hawaiian commickciai. a
SltO A It 00
0. A. HriuckM.,
Jul) III. Ifcit. lOAMOt
TUESDAY, July 21th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
t will sfll at Pulillo Auction, nt Ihf l.'osl
iletiro of Ma. VM. MAKItl KNS.rornvruf
I'cro nnlaaml Vlaorla strccs, itml liuinc
illstoly opposlta Tlinuias S Usrr,
The t Enttro : Housohold : Furnituro,
2 Upholstered Parlor Sets,
I lllaclc Hnlr Uiotli Bet. nook (W.
Jisno crctflls, II W, Milelxuril,
II. W. hxl"iislon Dining Tnblo,
Vienna IIIiiIiik Clmlr,
1 New Fischer Upright Pianoforte
Outer Tahiti, targe nnl HnislI lilies,
Veraiuln Ulmlrs, iliirilon lion- li,
I -awn 'lent, l'lvturcs, Uurtnlns, 1'urilrrs,
Bisque and China Ornaments,
tlravkMN, lied Iaiuikc, l)iirniis,
t-o(n, 1'iiliue.l llolro iui Sft,
2 I0A SQUARE BEDSTEADS,
Oak tteilroiiii Sets, WnnlroVs, Wlint
iiot. Hair anil Sprlnc MaMruss. Mm.
iiilllu Ni ts, Kiuili'r rilloiv, llnl atul
inliin l.lni'iis, ChlMrcii Crilis, II SV.
"Household" Sewing Machine
1 Atitonintln 8wlnu Murlilnn,
I'lnteil Warn, Cro'kery and Olnsnnre,
Cutlrry, Uinii'" tni'l Ciiniiili'l..rs,
ItefriKi'ruior, Mu.it Safe, Kit., hto.
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
Tliu IlMelllni! will 1 10 uiHn for In
spection uu Monday, July !, from lilo Vt.
Frenoh ICLci EJlxo at 32.26.
111 NUUANU STREET.
K K C 11 A N T
Tai i. ok.
By Jus, F. Morgan.
NKW BTOOK OK
UHrillllitWtf ttllll Sui'gOB fU8l Uf olVMtl !
BX7ITS PROU 1 UP
Dry Ooudu. Fancy GuodB, Lawns. Etc, Etc..
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, July 25,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. M.,
I am InstmrliMl by Mr. UAI.l'll It. COS
TKll to diK)n of
The : Entire : Housohold : Furnituro,
At bis Itc-Moiii-p, Nmiunn strct (mljoln.
liiK Mrs. Afuii;)iConslstliiKOf
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard !
White anil llrown Wicker Tables, Chairs,
l.ouni;i h nntl Kix-kf rs.
I'arvfil I'uk Clmlrs. Kuncls, faliiiinn.
Dsnerplmlt ami Tnrklih l'rui:r Udk--Dear
t-'ertl ami Coyote Kiik.
Pairs Doltoo and Dresden Vases.
CarviM Osk Kxtinxlun Dlnini; Talilc, t fi.
Cur vol (ink Dlnl'-romn limis.
lspnnuR Tt'u Huts, llliinor bets.
Silver WHrxHinl 'lulile Wae.
Heavy uk lluilriNini Sets.
II. W. Ma'blutop lteilro'iin Sels.
Mirror From Black Walnut Wardrobis.
Clnirnlers, Hull Manila.
Willie Hair Mnliri'ssr, K. ntlier l'lltown
IUw HI Ik Curtains nixt I'.ili'.s
liruss It'ilsU'Uil, Mosijuito Nets.
McNeale ft Urbin Stfo. Nw Hndel Range.
Itefrluerstor. M'lit SnfH. Uwii M'nvr.
Hiinleii Tonls Mnrliluiu,! Ilunluu Tulilns.
Ijiwii Chairs unil M'tKes.
I'ots ol Kerns uml I'liuus.
1 Horse, Phaeton & Harness.
KIivwo-hI ontl Coal, Ktc, Ktn.
n The iiMont Inn of lioiiM'huIili'rs Is
rulieil to lliu iiih.vi iiit'iitluii"U I'lirnilnri',
wliluh Is nutv Hint of t lie mint eiM'illvn
iiii.i (iriiHini'illul kiinl. Him e "111 it for
inswcl 'li on Tuesiluy, July J 1 1 1 1 , from IU
A M III I I' M
Gent's Furnishings (if Every Description.
Temple of Fashion
510 jTort Street,
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Large Aiaorlmnt oi Ladlci' and CkUdnn'a Shoat.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Laro line of Woolen M 2.rK. Finn unlet ts, 10 vnrd- fur $1 (Ml
Urowii anil Wbtto l.'otlons, from H to 'At j.nnlH, f l.(X) pur iiioco
Atnoski-aK UiiiKlift'ii. 12 ynnla for $ 1.00. Geutn'aml LndliV B
Silk, Satin, Surgns, Lawn ami Drusi- GooiIh of vrj iliwuriji
Ct. SILiVA, JProjprietor.
FHHst S. S. " C.E3I.IO."
II a v,
made another Larc Impoitiition ol
RramU of LA
Large Ahsonment of Shapes and 8izm.
H Sle in Rnnd nr Dntv Prtirt Cur Poit ft Marcliftnt Mmn
'IMIICKK NH'KI.Y Ktllt.
1 iilshtil llooiuii at No.
J as. F IsorgCLii,
I t Onntf n I .mi
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
'IMIUKK NICKl.Y KITH.
JL nltbiil llooius ai Will
kikl on tin bat'li. Tonus
v rr nusonalili. A1mlv.1t
'lt'liiilmif Fashion, Kurt slrrH.
tiigoon Yoiiiii; sirft.
nrar Kivnmunku strtwt.
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v. a? j?
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for sliii;lii Ki'ii
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1,1. IK"H0NS ISTI'.MMVII
l tiikii iiiiik on hii'tlliirrs ol lliw 1 IV1111111 slttlnlP.I
Honolulu. nn In I'bv miui'MiM 10 imr
rliifu ili'ki'l" nt t lis Wlmri UIIIhi of ilii'
Couiiiuy i'liiri iiiiliiikliii!, hih any .u
nni(nr f.ilihiK In il'i n liull bo nil.jiii 10
Jul) i'l sii'i'iit ol tlit ri'Kulur fiirt- In itili .
tloii lliiTrlo. 'I bU riil mIII li strti'Hy mi.
lurciil I111111 iiinl altt r t lis Ul iliiv ol AiiKUt
proximo. W, II. iiOliritllY,
W. II, Mi'l.MK.lWy. I'r.i.M.nt.
Houululu, July 17, litis- lusi-Iw
il WAIKIKI OST1U
1 i lloncli, coiufortalilt.
iiiaritfrs for suit nr two Sin
lili' llHItlrini'li: bimril inu
tlonnli biithliiK fucliltUs uootl,
IHI'H lini.l.KTlN OKKIKK
AiMri's "C .
AI.M'KltriONS AUK KOIIrlr.D Mir
to umtll .111) one on mi aicuunt
without my srrlll'di nnlir.
JOHKI'H I'MKO, Hk.
HuiuiIuIq, July u 1 I0.sk tin'
iiim'k ruiv. iuu
1 )tsrs mil, lirrkfii 10 i.
I V II I'lhl
at Uul'on r'as)vl Cm.