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SATURDAY, JULY 28, 18'J4
Bati'Miav, July 2.1.
Stmr Mokolli from Mcdnkal nml filial
Htiur Kaatn from Walanae
Satuwhy, July 2S.
Am schr Aloha, Dahel, for San Franolsi o
Vessels Leaving Mouday.
Stmr Wattnntinlo fur Vi nlauae, Mokulola,
Walutua at 12 iu
Htun Moltolll for Molokat and Initial
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
LOCAL AND OENEBAIi NEWS.
"Watch tliB Clovelands."
LOOAL AMD OXmEBAX. MXWB
Goorgo Markbatn Is doing duty ai
ilnv irnnrct at. Prnairlnnt Doltt's real
F. M. Swnnzjr lias sixty aores of donee, Emma street.
naMtire at l'uoahou to lot. - r. r 1 . ,
1 i Prof. Bradloy, who proparos mate
A r"od cottage is to lot opposite ' and female voices for choirs, intouds
the II tol on Boretanla street. i to start a choral society before long.
IVarl City has many residents and
visitors for the summer vacation.
New riny to be Produced at
Opera House Ihla Evening.
D. M. Crowloj'a latest piny,
Ouonulca," will bo prosented by a
company of well-trained foreign and
native amateurs at the Opera House
this evening. Extensive prepara
tion have boon made ami rehearsals
have been very successful. Au inter
esting series of historical oveuts
will bo witnessed by those attending
A lady correspondent complains
of a leaking hose on Emma street '
naml In rAnnfrtiicr f.h rn&fL svhloll
Don't forgot to go and see "Oce-1 frightens horses as they pass. A
anica" at the Opera House this gO0lj aea would be to have it re- ,
evening. I paired.
C. J. Day will lead the meeting at There will be no swipes on sale at
the Y. M. O. A. hall Sunday evening ' Kabnako to-morrow, as two of the
at 5:550. swipes dealers, with a large quantity
No league baseball game to-day. of the article, were captured by
There will probably bo one on Satur- Patrolman Kaapa and Offlcor Sam ,
. I L3.u.. ILI. ..a. .!.
oiuuu iuin uiuruiug.
Tho Hawaiian national band will
imvo a craud concert at the Hawai
ian llotel on Tuesday evening, July
81, tho anniversary of tho restora
tion of Hawaiian indepeudeuco by
Burial of Qeorga Norton.
Twenty-two carriages containing
tho relatives and friends followed
the hearse carrying tho remains of
tho late Qoorge Kauaiua Norton to
the Kawaiahao Cemetery. Tho hearse
was preceded by II. Williams tho
undertaker and Ilev. Ii. H. Parker.
At tho grave prayer was offered by
Mr. Parkor. Tho pall bearors were:
Messrs. Henry Smith, Henry Kaia,
D. L. Kalawaia, W. U. C. Greig, Ed.
Stiles, Cha. Lewis, Mooro aud
Horace Lewis. Messrs. Robert
Lewers aud F. J. Lowrey, of the
firm of Lewers & Cooke, emplovers
of the late Mr. Norton, with Slias
Lowers, attended tho funeral. A
number of member of the old vol u it
loer fire department wero also there.
OUvaUnd Again Ahead.
Tho following cycle item Is from
the San Francisco Examiner of July
11. Urlllltus is a sou of tho popular
captain of tho bark Albert:
"Orlfllthsaml Davis of tho Cleve
land team returned by '-earn from
Santa Cruz yesterday morning, hav
ing ridden there from Salinas. Each
took J0 copies of tho Examiner to
Salinas last Saturday. They left
the Examiner building at 4 a. m.
aud got iuto Salinas, ill miles, at 8
p. in., stopping au hour aud a hulf
at San J oho to eat and rest. They
also stooped at Gilroy. They rode
twenty-five ound Clevelauds aud
carried the papers on a platform
over the rear wheel bohiud tho sad
dle. Their riding timo for the IU
miles wax nine hours."
Louis Singer will supplant Princo
Cupid as hare in tho paper chase
Mrs. Win. Lishmnn and daughter
will leavo by the bark S. C. Allen
uoxt week for a trip to tho Coast.
Eloven native police officers, In
cluding one captain, took the oath
yesterday to uphold the Republic.
Some rare treats are promised for
the Thistle Club's concert next Fri
day evening. C. A. Doyle is iu train
ing for a big hit.
Comini, a Japanese servant for
several years in the employ of Thos.
E. Evnns, died suddenly last night,
at the age of 48.
Eight swipes dealers wero pullod
In this morning iiy ratroimau rtn-
apa. They wero all
Jfra. A. U. AUen
Tills Evening !
liKSBBB.. . I.. 3. I.K.VKY,
1)1 HECTOR 1). M. OKOWI.BY.
Klrst presentation In iiraniatlc form of
the interesting Incidents connected with
tin- dieovor of the Sandwich tilnnls by
(fltaln James Cook, it. N., ntul tlin death
of that Iltlngulhed Navigator.
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
W. Chapmau caters for
quels. Socials, Private Dinner Far-1
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties, t
etc. He will be pleased to call upou
any ladies or gentlemen who will '
kindly address him through th
Mr. Oscar Herold, tho well-known
nitiHic teacher, loaves on tho Mika
hula next Tuesday for Kokaha,
Kauai, where he will spud his vaca
tion, tho first in four yoarn. Mr.
Herold is ono of the most successful
piano teachers iu the islands.
The preparatory school for chil
dren under fourteen, to bo taught
by Mrs. Bradley and Miss Corney,
will open August 20 instead of Sopt.
8 as previously announced. Pupils
will receive a sound English educa
tion, together with physical culture
(Delsarto system), French conversa
tion, and sowing. Piano, violin or
singing, oxtra, by Prof. Bradley.
Letter from Mr. Kenyou.
( To-day 1 met accidentally, ou Ka-
niiutnsnu mrwi, uuv. o. ij. umuvu
favor of a few
on with him. Ho
Tim mnti-li crntiin Iw.ttvenn tint at OIICO S.lill. "1 do not SCO the nOCOS
Lively antl Kuuawnl nines will tako slty of having any conversation with ,
placo on tho League grounds at 8:30 you." I ronliod, "I merely wished
o'clock this nflernoon. No charge to ask you if you wero the United
IOr n(lU)l98IOIlt ivxn viirivPiuuuniifca u B i
Sanford B. Dole, Hi
took second award on
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aim iniru on wasuiugioii nnveis, in q , i,
Tho bond in the Arthur Whito as
sault case is $2000. Messrs. Ed.
Hopkins, W. M. Cunningham and
John Phillips are tho boudsuieu.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Ntiuauu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Tortus: 2f and
fiOcotit per night; fl and fl.'iTi per
At 5:1)0 o'clock this afternoon tho
nieinl)ers of the Amateur Athletic
club will indulge In n paper chase,
Auyonouiay Im a hare, tho more the auiJ rt.nU()Bted the
morrior. luinutes eonvorsntii
' I'ress correspondent. lie again .
,, s i . i stated, "1 do not think it necessary
tu i'i i to havo any conversation with you'
Malta bloods nn(, turuwf nul, wull iuto BUll0U j
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparllla was
Equal to the Emergency
FteurUv, Chttt and FevrttUh
Lea Perfect Cure.
"AttfT my baby iwi bom 1 got Into very Mrt-
ou condition, having pleurisy, chills and fever,
crndually dcrcloplntf Into nitlk tea. We live 10
mites from a physician and did not know what
to do. llnally after a jra 4eal mt arfv
lag I beci lo ke flood's ftirtaparllla tad
when I was using the third bnttte I could tee
It Wat Doing Mo Good.
I continued with another boltl, and recovered
so rapidly that now la as la r4 aeatta. t I
Hood's ;. Cures I
corillatty recommend It as a good medicine."
Mlts. A. M. .M.i.em, Terry, Washington.
Hood's Pills cure all I.tver Ills, BlUoua.
ness. Jaundue, IndlgKitlon, Sick Ileadacbe.
MOIIKUN. NKWMAN A OU.,
AgentD for Hawaiian Islands
Per BirkaBtlua " InasaH "
Cansfnllvdrtwn from rellahtn H-
wnllan and Foreign Authoiltlfs hy I) M.
CltOWI.fcY, Author of "The Wooing of
1 "OCEANIC A,"
, A Komantlc HMorlcal Drama in Fnur
j Arts. Characters by Talented Amnteara.
ItnX t't,AN now opn at lvfy'e
sr. s. s
rso Fori Bt.rst, KOriOlulvt.
Q. It. HarrUon, practical piano
and organ maker auu tuner, cau fur
nish bet factory rofereiicis. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ctdve prompt atteuliou. All uork
gtinrauteed to l the same a done
Mr. Oio. E ardiuan is author
i.-il .(il.cinr for llullUtxr ,i Cn
the horticultural exhibits at the
A Portuguese hoTso mid wagon
was dumped into the water near
Ureter's lauding yesterday. Both
the animal and tho vuhicle were
Lnnglay's trial was continued iu
the District Court today until
luoved on. He is charged with a
null with n deadly weapon ou a
A double team with a "brass bind"
counting of a kettledrum was about
town yesterday advertising the mass
meeting nt tlie Armory insi mgiit.
'".Mnry Ann" handled tho ribbons.
N. S. Sachs hn, just received a
new shipment of the Adeline Hlnct
Stockings. Those nro beyond doubt
the ht black stocklugN in the mar
Uxt. All z cnu now be obtained,
for I a' I ice, children mid men.
McChesn r ami lliwlius may have
trouble over llitir soup deal, but
1 statu this Dubliclv morelv to
show that I have tuknu every step in
my power to refute the tiufounded
statement mado by the Uulted 1'rosa
correspondent from hero that I hnd
acted as a go-between iu au alleged
attempt at bribery.
If it is possible, Mr. Kditor, 1 will
yet sheet homo the accusation to the
perron or persons who made it and
take such further steps as will viudi
oitomefrom such n foul and basf
Icak aspersion, though 1 still trust
that a feeling of justice will prompt
my anonymous defamor to exonerate
me. O. Caiuon K un yon.
Honolulu, Juno 28, 1801.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I'orner (Jifcn Si Nuuatiii His.
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort Street.
PASTU11E TO LEASE
IT IMISAIIOU AIIOUT HIXTY
iV. Acres of (I xwl l'.stuce Ijiii.I to
Im- renlcil. Aliply to
Iirvviw K. f. hWANZY.
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V.; and SVntlv IiuiiIkIihI
evervthiiii; is serene nt N. lireham s. i i.mm. .(..I'.illnt'lnii.l
He still coutiiiihM to lo butiiiesn at t'entml Union t'lmrnn "1
his old stautl on IWhul fitreet, and
hm enough soft honp on hand to
wash the entire 1'. O. oil the island.
Itontiihlj Nirnt II gh Collltitf, l.argo til';-
rel', r-i'eii'llil l.anal, nml every coiiveni
!. Kmiulre n i)rrinliis ur Mii'H.0
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The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THE IJKST. They nt very K'mtle, Kt Block and aro
txolntely Htaluh'ss We havo Uipiii for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
Tn nil Bites stvl i)'iilltics, In t'lnlti Ot'on, In f.Me
Thrpad, In 0eii Work anil l)roi Hllt''li. . . .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
VK ALSO HAVB TUB
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Black, for I,atl) In alt Sites which wo are selling
Vi M a IVieli Pair.
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose i
The philosopher who says that
''when Indies want society items
they look iu the society or locul
columns," hits very wide of the
mark and evidently is uot posted iu
Honolulu. Little of what is termed
society talk gets iu the newspapers
thoj reported the mandolin concert
us a "success, and the house com
fortably tilled with lovers of music
aud people of refined tastes iu the
more delicato arts," aud so it was,
but it i Silk Dresses to Holokus
that thoro was uot a lady iu the
house but that kuew what her
itui;hbor wore, aud of course t Hiked
it over with friends under the head
of Society Talk. A good matiy of
those Dress Put torus we spoke of
last week aud considerable of the
Hosiery found its way there. More
of them will be seen at the Fancy
YYtMliiofcday,1 July 2uth, will io a
line of Colored Wool Drc Uoods
formerly sold at 75 ceuts gobif,' At
50 ceuts; they are beauties. There
is uo profit iu these goods. While
all the week Victoria Lawus (these
the ttest value we ever offered) IU
yards for 76 cents; Merrimac Prints
10 yards for M) ceuts you know
what that means I Giughama go 12
yards for II, aud lirowu Cottons IIS
yards for II.
Saturday, July 28th. in cry Hem
mint in the house must go at your
own priccH. We must have the
room for New Uoods. Itomeuilier
we have hail a general murk down
iu all departments of our limine,
Wo ouly quote you a few things foi
lack of space. Kvery day is a Clear
ance Sale day with us. We never
have been nudon-old, aud do not In
tend to Im. Look out for next week.
A fine night view of the volcano Partner wontod tn Oil Voneoring. you they tiro no
in oil. by D. H. Hitchcock. Jr., has , know iO 1J1
been pluced over tho cashier's desk i AM l'HKl'AltKllTODOOH.VKNKKU 1 ,T ,? i
in the ba ik of Clans NpreckoU& Co. I Work to or.irr WouM like to k a. 1 Oil don t hnvu
Iteix Tel. 381. Mutual Tel. (X)7.
P. o. Box n.'t.
J'nrtii'T In Hi" hiixInesH, In furnish nut
cliliurv antl. If ilelrllo, Irarn the hual-
ni4. 'llavo Jtur kjht. fainji esef lh
wii k iuii Im .ten a Hi Bi'ij.ktin Ofllcu.
1UM I in WILLIAM MAN.KN.
It compares favorably with Taver-
iiier's bst volcano naintings, nnd is
a handsome addition to the nrt
decorations of tho bank.
l'lauks nre being laid at the new
lauding iu tho course of coustrue
lion near the fish market. When YoUSO OKYI.ON (1KNTI.BM.VN,
llnished it will be similar to the ;& "T','"
Likoliko wharf. What's the matter " '"'"J. .!'"'&: .W .km'aiutia
with calling it the IVlo wharf, aud ' l.lim; thoroughly muiialntoil with Oriental
l 'nnlaiii MnAIILlnr hr.n.hin.f it li.il. tmde. Allrt's "IIiH)k.ktOl.er," caro of
tie of champagne over it T
That is a fine spring of liquid re
freshment discntorod by the Ha
waiian Hardware Company at Ka-'
moiliili. If the Government does
uot expropriate it for the benefit of
its thirsty citizens, it ought to iui- I
fioso a license ou tho owner for tho
Hiiiefit of the public treasury.
The new wharf near Ilrowor's
landing will be named the 'Mrmgard
wlitirf. This appoltalioii has been
doomed appropriate on account of
the barkentine Inugard being the
first sailing vessel to discharge there.
Captain Schmidt will break a bottle
of champagne over the whurf at its
The truster of tho Queen's llo.s
pital held a special meeting iu tin
Chamber of Commerce at l():!k)
o'clock this morning- The object
of the meeting was to coi 8 dor the
advisability of having au artesian
well bored on tho hospital promises.
It was unanimously decided to be a
necessity, and work will immediately
be inaugurated aud the hospital pa
tieutH will have a goodly supply of
frosh cryntal water all the yoar
la tbe Coming Races !
, wniuij3hsj i
nays ' h goiiig to uo 8om
more sa) ing. Jnal. re.id IheHe
prict'8 and c inpure thttn with
otlur advertisements of u like
nature 'Tin ukuIlvh for u
to duelnio every day a Clear
iineo Jrale. Yon know ! tter.
No honse ean nell troodh at a
loss coiiliniiiilly. Von. how
ever, will not give tin the Mm h
by buying every pieeeot goods
in our Htoic at the priceH we
intend to quote you. I have
(no need to tell
aro not shoddy ; you
yards for !?1.
to eotne any
ecpecial day to buy our Col
ored All wool Dress Goodr.
You havo always paid 7fie.
for these goorls, never less
than 50e. We are now sell
ing them at 45n. and the
more you buy the better. 1
must have room for my
new fall stock. We havo a
full line of Scotch Ginghams.
i Thc-e goods have been sell
i ing in Honolulu at 2oc. ; go
ing and most all gone at my
j place for Ifle. Our Victoria
Lawns, which arc of the very
lino-it quality (these are the
'best value ever off red). 10
i yards for 50c. You will find
, iiothintr but cold fact in this
column, hut it is to your ad-1 ?' "3.''!
ifUlMK Itiu iiriiinsrn n nuisiai) imihiuiu
JFreno.! ICid 3tioe ett $2.36.
Ewong Sing Loyf SING
07 KIdh SI., "Tliomu Block." i
HDtoal Tele, m P. 0. Boi 207.MQlaal Tele. 685
)t 35 King Jl.. ortr lniDikM SI
P. 0. BOX 207.
('juris. go Manufactory
t'JK .V 130 FOItT BTItRKT.
Blicksmithino 1N VIm,,
Onlorx from theolte'r Islands lu
Billilog, TrlmnlDg, Patatluy, Eto , Cto ,
Promptly Attoinleil to
W. W. WltrGIIT. Pnoi
iHuniisBor lo 0 Wt.
the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands.
Olihu'He, Ju(Kiuosik nml Intli.in (iuo.U!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Iitpauese Crajies, Chinese Matting,
Silk Haudkerchiifs, Shawls and Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Kuttau Chairs, Ktc, KUt.
Cg'-A Ct.mplete TAILORING ISSTAHLISIIMENT
with Ctmipetent Cutters nnd a complete line of lOunlisii aud
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
I'AHHMKKKH, l.lNKNh, I.AWNS, MUSLINS
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats I
SOMETHING NHW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow "Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc. Ku..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
IN TllK MATTKIt
OK TllK KSTATK
ru ki iii t-rr ium.uJ..i i,.i..iniu
Wl r rs t tt a iis vecvu iiiivniuim .
On r.idliiB and fllinir tho lVlitlon '
Kllzahcth KfHaanluu Pratt, ailtiilnlstrairlx I
of the Kstieonf K. H. i'rati, dix'FNS.'d in-
tttntaU), lira) Itiae for an order of Mle ol cor
III NUUANIJ STREtST
who irive the
for the least
THEY ARE FLYERS 1
liKXTKIt ANf) WAI.KKll
WILL UK TlliniK . . .
H. E WALKER,
AieoU. Hiinnlulii H I
CuoiinlDi Block, Mnrebint St,
1 am offerinir utv White
Lawns and Mud'ui at ll)c ,
Krene.h Satei'iis, former price
, 50c., going nt 2.rc, and my
Figured wiss Muslin at the
, same figure. A nd your boys,
tho pride of their mother's
, heart, no exeue for their be
ing shahhy after rcauin
Onlui, i1-mtIImh In ipnd fiom K. ii. Allun
to r. H. l'ratt, rrcunliil In IIimiL 37, hku
i and ta, and dt-ed from 11. Olln-1 !'. S.
I'rutt recurdi-d In llook l, uiv .Dt and
'!U, and KtttlliiK forth crlulu legal ri'UKins
why hiiuIi rvnli'sta'ii should hoxol I, lo-wlt:
I'll tit thf iH-rnnna jinifKirly ol Hiild Kstate
Is not minicluiit 10 mv lliu dt-hlit ihuri'of.
it U hcridiy ordured, thill htlrs of thu
said dri'udem, and nil kt(iiih luturoitvd In
thu naid I'Hiatf, uiiH-ur hufiirit tlilt I'ourt on
MONDAY, tho Tenth day ol Si-niuinhur,
A. 1). I8!il.at 10 o'rliKk a m nt tlin Court
Itnoui of this Court, iu Honolulu, then und
thorn lo show ciium why au order hoalil
not Ixi granted for the sale of u Ii utule.
Killed llonolulii, Ii. I., July II, IK!II.
Hy tho Court:
Clerk t ircolt Court I'lrsl Clreult.
1077 M ouw
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NKW KTOHK OK
Juki ItVt oivtui
SUITS f'R,0 SO. fi 1 4 TJP
lioodb. Faiuiy Otiods. Lawus, Etc., Eto., Eu..
!(joiit's Furnishings of Every Description
B. P. EHLfcJHS & CO.
. s . . I A I 1 A
1 nicc-. Oint ."Mil reoticeo to
.$1.5(1; .?( Suits for ?2.o(); Estate ol Joseph H. LoYeJoy, Deceased
1 r.i o..:... r.... ci . ;..of ti.;.,i
NICE THINGS FOR THE TmBrrSite&
NOTICE TO CUEDITOR9.
ArtK V(MTK (HIOCKK VOi
gaiiib and as our slock is as
limited as it is line, an early
call will be lo your advantage.
Yours for business,
.1. .1. Kuan
r?" This Brand will always bo (ouod ltellable and Good Valoe. aj
Dlsho" and Ol.issnan Wunli'd'
t'lmiks, Wnli'lnsinnl Jtosidry Wnnnd1
Old Hold nud bllver Wunttd'
MHOhrtU PrttorOOIl Oooat ABfnt.w ' U-i Ktng Btr.ot, corn.r
Paid I Jtl
'IMi K 11 NllKII8IONKI).ll AVI NO liKKN
1 duly ttMilnted hieent ix mid Kxeeu
tor of the nhovu KUte hcP'Ot nu Ify nil
creditors thereof lo present lhlr eliliui,
duly aiuhuiitlcnted and Mltli ihv roMr
Touehers, if any oxlt, even II theuhiiiu U
M'tiiirod hv nioriKHjju upni real eilute, lo
tin iu Hlllilii clx liinnlhs Iroiu dnte hereof,
at ilie ollleo ol Lovejoy A Co., No II'. Nun
aim siretit, Honolulu, or uld iiliiluu h
he forever liurrrd, mid nil 'eri-oii Indehted
to Htild Kslutourt' noillled to niuki liuiiin
illulo iityiiidiil lit s.lld htxl nilliied il.u'e.
Ihtled Honolulu. July 7, Ih'M
KieiMitrlx and Kteeutor of the l'..Ule ol
Joe.h Uiveloy, ilei'rned.
11177 'I osw
A'n.ry dfuvipHoH oJOIl PHIKTlfW
4m. i l UUU 0(K
Temple of Fashion
Bl ffort, Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge iuortment ol Udldi' ind Chlldran'i Shoes.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
l.rj,'o Uno of WotiltMiH M 2fm. rinnnolollos, III van".-, for fl mi
Urown nml Wlilto Cottona, from 8 to '.JO ynnln, .fl.tXI ti,.r pine.
AiijohkiK' (MiikIimiis, 12 vrtl for ll.(n). Oonth' nntl l.aillo' lht hiii S.nt
oiihm, DrtiniH, nortoa, L.nwna and urtma liooils of nvory ltist-riitinn
LC. O. BILVjfV., Froprietox'.
11 S i
Daily Hullotiu 50 OoutH por Month.
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