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SATURDAY, AUG. 1, 18M
Sm'RtM, A'iR. 4.
CASS Amwu. Elnnrt, 1 5 days from tho
Btmr Mokolll from Mnul, I.annl anil Molo-
8nir J A Cummin (mm Koutnu
Htiur Knaln (rum Kitliiikii
htmr Iwnlattl Irum Kuilat
HATtmnAV, Aug. 4.
0 A S 8 Arawn, Stttnrt, for VnncoiiTi-r
Vessels Loavlng Monday.
Btmr Walalcnle for Iilmtlin, Kukullinclc
an I Jlonokmi lit im m
Btmr Waini.nmlo lor Vt alanau, Mokutrta,
Wnlahui ni 11 m
Btmr Kanla for I'uimluii and Kntiuku at
Btmt Mokolll (or Molokol ami Unal
Kor Vl.-torla ami Vnticmi irr, pe' 0 8S
Am nit, Aug 4 1'rof I A llo.tmmtiil wire,
T liatlo. Mrs M Kciiiifr, O White, fount
llttmnrk, Kil.h H Foster, .MIm Kuiter, Mr
mid Mrs J K llnuMrl'l. child and iiuroo,
Ml Alice Winter uii'J si nt-iTflKi'.
KKKtMANO -In ilil-oily, AnKut 1, to
tho wlfrt of 8.1HUK-I h. Kckuiuino, A
AHUIVAL OV TUB ARAWA.
Sua Brings tba Now BritUb
Tho Canadian-Australian liner
Arawa, Caotaiu Stuart, arrived early
thi morning. 15 days from Sydney
via Suva, rijl. Pleasant weather
was experienced all the way. The
only puisengers for this port were
Captain A. O S. Hae.cs and servant,
aud ouo Chinese steerage, a reverend
gentleman. Mr. Unwes comes to
succeed, as Commissioner, Major J.
H. WudehouHC, Hritish Minister.
When the Arawa (looked Captain
Patterson of the harbor police was
uotiGed that there were betweon ten
and fifteen stowaways on board.
Consequently a strict watch nas
kept on the vessel by a couple of
policemen up to the time of her
departure. According to tho chief
ollicer, the htowaway were vaga
houds. Mr. Stewart, formurlr of tho S. S.
Miowera, is now Ulth otllcer on tho
Arawa. He joined the vessel at
Suva. Fiji. While at the latter place
Mr. Slowart hail a cevere attack of
fever aud ague. Although recovered
he shows evidence of milTering.
Interviews with several of tho
ollicers of the Arawa elicited tho In
formutiou that probably wheu that
tau)er returns to the Colonies th
Miowera will lx met tlioro. Jt is
expected that she will thuu resume
her trips to Honolulu and Van
couver. Tho Wairimoo will bo laid
up for extensive repairing and tho
Arawa will continue. The meu on
tho Arawa are disHatitficil with their
treatment in regard to wages. Able
feumeu on the Warriuioo and Mio
wera are getting $3.) a mouth, while
those nu tho Arawa aro only getting
The Arawa left for Victoria and
Vancouver, 11. (J., nt l::tt) o'clock tin
Afternoon, tli Uovurumout buud
giving her a nond oil'.
Ditxivowtd Uoort Doclnred Ooiiulnu
Another Oood Ouse.
I udgo Cooper lias rendered a deci
sion in Agatha T. Nott, Jr., vs.
Charles T. Uuliuk, guardian of A. A.
Doirou. It was a bill to cancel a
deed. Mrs. Nott testified she nevor
signod or acknowledged the docd.
Tho Court does uot consider tho
signature a forgery, thinks Mrs. Nott
is mistaken in saying it is not her
siguatuie, uud dismibses tho bill. C.
W. Ashford for plaiutiffs; W. A.
Kinney for defendant. J. V. Kalua
of Maui was tho uttorney who took
acknowledgment of tho deed, aud
ho swore to its authenticity.
W. F. Allen and Samuel Parker,
administrators of tho oMato of tho
late John P. Parker, havo rendered
their annual account. Receipts
55750, expenditure!! :107.1'J, balance
Argument wax reuched Friday uf
teruoou before Judge Cooper in the
Kulnkaua-Mahclona alleged fruudu
lent deed case. Hatch for Queen
Kupiolaui the plaiuntr; C. W. Ash
ford for Mhnliinii thu defendant.
A NEW BANK..
0. R. Uishnp Retires from thu Bunk
Mr. C. R. Rishop has granted an
opt inn for four months to certain
San Frauuinco and local capitalists
on most favorable terms for tho pur
chan of his bunking iutcroxts in the
well-known banking business so
long conducted by him, he retain
ing a considerable interest himself.
Tho proposition is to establish a
joint htoek Imuk under the Ranking
Act of 1881. A swon as certain pre
liminaries ure arranged applications
for Mock will be received. These
particular1 aie obtained from Mr.
Ctodfrey Hroivu, v,ho iMprexeuts at
prehent the Sm Francitco promot
ers of the scheme.
mU.L AND DAVID
DourhtB" uud "IJIooni"
Sown litis Iicimi rt'i'iiivctl nt Itocli
(.iniiloii from Valpirniso, payt tlu
Sviini'v Star, tlwit tho M'hoiiner llou
Kh', in which Hell mill D.ivN friMpoil
from Suluoy, in ouiioyi in llm
Vnlpnrnlpo conMnl trmlo, timl t lint
'Ho) niul Divi tlii'iiiHolvi nro in
llio vinll of tlioso hunk wrnnkorH
to Honolulu two or tliroo yau a(?o
'will bo ruuiiitubttred bjr inuy rutduN.
I.OOAL AMD OEKKHAX. NKW8 I
A young gentleman advertises far I
Prof. II. Burger's birthday Gfty
ycara to day.
K.ScrimRoonrlin"btjcu Itnprfaonoil ,
for twouty tlnyy. !
Tho Arawa brought fifty
freight from tho Colonies.
A Chinese missionary arrived by
tho Arawa to-day from tho Colouios.
Tlioro will ho a erand combined
concert at tho Ilawatiau Hotel this '
1'rof. F A. Hi?mr mid wifo left
by the 8. S. Arawa this afternoon
for Victoria, B. C.
C. I). Jlipley will lead tho praise
meetiug at tho V. M. C. A. at 0:30
H. U. M. S. Hyacinth is expected
to relievo tho Champion here about
tho middle of tho month.
Rnlph R. Foster aud Miss Foster
went passengers on tho S. S. Arawa
to-day for Vancouver, 11. C.
J. F. Morgan will sell five hundred
barrels of Crown (lour at his sales
room at 10 o'clock Monday.
D. M. Crowley, crawling over tho
stern Hue oi the Arawa to get on
hoard, was ono oi mo siguts on tue ' mont tropical weather, but tho spa
city front ttMlav. i cious stato rooms with their largo
Vliml Tm.U,.n l.r n,...i...l n l.nnt portholes ami thorough VOtlt la Oil "' " " '"" v.
igeldacltsou uas )ened a hoot . i . ,. , . t.l,nrms aud volcauoes largest in
Hoiel 1A TlnJu2uLS Ttotot'h world-are too well known to
riSd.,i7lwW1rdL,UL'U - Promptly every morning to ,f bear any reference IIawam.
- uotince, " our bath ready, sir," and , f.f.i,t.i um .. u,i
)tiri, uu tuuiiuoy iu iro aiiMuk auuiit
a fortnight, bho is going to do
somo sounding for tho ptojectcd
A sad catastrophe happened to an
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.1 1 m ' f.;,f . Z r"t I.:,-."
pare), indispensable, fell.
J. W. Chapman caters for Han
quets. Socials, I'rivatv Dinnor Par
lies, Wedding or Garden Parties,
etc. Ho will lioplcaxed to call upon
any ladies or ircutlomcii who will
kindly address him thrnnli lli
Tho whole of the stock of drugs,
medicines, surgical instruments, pro
visions and wines belonging to tho
estate of the late Dr. Troitsi-eau will
be sold at auction by L. J. Levey nt
10 a. in. Wednesday next. As the
piotisious, etc., were cipcchtlly ini
poited for his own inu bv the late
doctor, they are of a rare quality.
THISTLE OliUB CONCERT,
for the '
There was n crowded hall
concert of the Thistle Club l:t
night. Everything passed oH pleas
antly and tho audience evinced their
appreciation by unthuviastiu up
planse. G. L. Ritmnu, tienides play
ing tho banjo in duet with J. Pol
lock's tin whistle, sang a topical
song in his illimitable style. )r
Mooro made a great hit wllh his
talking images, ami for an eucoro
gave in re good ventriloquism. W.
U. Ash plajed pretty iiedoihes on
bolls and buttle. Chester A. Uoyle
sang the "Prodigal Sou," with a
topical addendum on tho Club and
its members, et ling the houe in n
roar. Robert More ruvo a Scotch
song that evoked a cull for another.
James Llojil played a violin solo in
a uifiKtcrly fashion, producing rare
vocal-like tones on the instrument.
It. L. Finney gave a beautiful exhi
bition of Indian club swiuginu'. ap
plauhe greeting ma'y of the ligunx
out in Jthe air. He had to give n
repetition. Misi Nellie MoLeuiinu ,
opened the concert with a finely !
Iilnyed piano solo. Mrs. Dr. Mc-
vi'iiiiHii recited ''Tho Actor's Story"
with great power, particularly in the ,
pathetic parts. L. Rarsotti gave one
of his over delightful flute tolo, ,
having to repeal in roipouso to ap
plause. I'mf. Herger played the
accompaniments on tlie piano, whicli
is enough to say that they were well
no also luruished piano i
dauolug, with a violiuibt
Movumont for Annexation of tho '
IsUnds to Ourmnny.
An Ativklnuil ilcxpntrh of .Inly ID
to tho Australian Star Mtyn:
Tho latest from Samoa rlmwH that
tho wnr ih Mill proceeding in a do
.iiltory nuil interniittent iiianuor.
On Juno '2A ouo of tho rnlmltt of
Attn was soon rrcoiiuoitriue; from a
riieoaniit tmo, and wan U. dead,
anil lii.t oars were cut on" and
brought to Aiiia. On tho follmviii",
day n ttkiriuiMi took place at Tuntii,
anil roulli'd in favor of tho Govern
ineut troops. A Government soldier
was found wandering in llioliuxli by
three rebels and was idiot and be
headed. Young Tamneso is taking
an nulivo part in tho hostilitieri.
Tlioro is n growing dissension
ntnoiig the Government forcen, aud
no concerted plan of campaign can
bo agreed on. Klglitnou prisonern,
sentenced for participation in tho
Mutnnfu revolt and pardoned, im
mediately joined the Aanu robots
A petition to thu German Emperor,
praying him to nnue Samoa, uns
sent home by tho Inst mail, and was
ciguoil by tl'J p'TKons, including ono
American and two ltiiti-.li siibjei-tH.
Au ICatray Younalur.
Aii eight-yonr old nntiro boy
named Konwo was iiiihmhI from ln.s
homo nt Aala yesterday afternoon.
The pnreutH cpenl several liotir
lookiug for the lad, but lio could
not bo found. Hotli spent n restless
night. This morning they worn
gratified to loam t lint t ho boy had
bee i found. He hud walked to near
tho Kloclric Station, where ho was
picked up by n Chinaman ami lain u
to Wnikane, Koolnu. I'lio father
immediately took a horo and rode
over to tho plaeo. It is tho llrst
time Kenwo has ever acted in that
o?y. 11 in grand wot lior llvos at
TO ENGLAND VIA AMERICA.
By tho American
Bouto 'fho O.
S, B. Co.
Co. and U.
Tho followintr aro a few impros
sions the writer would liko to placo , l
on record in your columns about
tho splendid service of steamers
:.... i...i o... i? s ....1
the Australian Colonies. Many poo-
pie in (he Australian Colonies have
flitted homeward to England bv tho
Orient lines, tho comfort of which
no ouo cau gainsay, hut that por-
! tion of their routocommouciui; with
tho Rod Sea and ending at Port
Said from Juno to November is a
real peril from excessive heat to any
one not up in the normal stato of
health. Uut with tho advent of tho
illicit main ui
A. & A. routo tho discomfort of ex- i
co?sivo heat ami cold is avoided. It I
is with the object of making known
to any intending travelers tlie safety
and comfort of this track across the
bl.to ocean, I havo been prompted
to lot, down a few items of our trio
completed by the It. M. S. Monowai. i
o lejt brcliioT on Juue 5, calling
at Auckland (X. '..). Samoa aud Ho
I tutllllll WTitlt lin .i...kll IrtM rt n
few hours just after leaving Auck
land, when wo uiet a moderate gale,
the whole voyago might be called a
smooth water excursion. On reach
iuir Samoa wo oxoerieuced the usual
IMHIIIUUUn IIUIUl.lt IIU9 U PIIIUUU1U
...t I.... .... ..'-. - i'..i
V 3""il" "", ," 1V.r..u."u...ru.u"
handy for either hot or cold water, I
"' i"ll MU " IWI'O
fresh or salt, at one s option. After .
il.t. ll... ...... ..r ... ..fT.... ... ...!!.. l I
UU up thogap until tho welcome
nun uiu uuui ir, viiuci.' ur iiiiiin iu
."? ff breakfast.
uroth and beef tea served at 11 a.
in. Tho menu on hoard all through
was a generous one. At dinner it
was n teal pleasure to sco tho deft
way each steward at tho sound of
tho bell -a signal which is given by '
the foreman steward before each
course wliNkod the covers off vari ,
oits dishes a if o.ich stow aril reck-
' oned hiuioelf ns an artist at coujur-,
iug. What would Nelson or any
other old dead and gone salt junk
1 masticator think of our degenerate
day with its menu of soup, soles,
lloutider, mullet, salmon, pheasant,
gooc, turkey, mutton, icm ctc.ctu.,
with the soft mellow electric lights,
the palms, ferns ami llowers gracing
I our tables.
Tho Monowai is a vessel calculated
, to put the most nervous traveler at
his ease. Tho deck itself, on which
ouo cau walk from Mem to stem, af
fords n noble promenade in nil
weather, colored from end toeud
from Fun and rain. No fault cau bn
found by tho most fastidious old
' maid it being kept ns clean und
fresh as a new pin every whero. In
fact the usual tidy bachelor acctis
' tomed to hang his clothes on tie
1 floor would llud the neatness of
iivervlliinir .ilfeelinir his habits so
much that ho would liud himself
4 ' .." ". . .. . ---:--- - -
using llio uumroiis hooks and ruck
adorning his cabin walls.
Captain Carey, tho well-known
commander of tho Monowai, is a
popular captain with tho colonial
traveling public. He looks after tho
comfort of every passenger. His
genial "good morning" to a nervous
p.isifiigcr would make tho latter
think a heavy squall merely a cats
paw on the water) it has such a
reassuring tone about it.
Tho machinery, boilers, etc., inuM
he all that could tie desired, but uot
I I TCP f 171
el U M Altlin l-U
Pnr Bararntln " lrw?an "
-f A V
J IwiMircd .Mvihs Muslin at the
1"' - . Buine figure. And your boys,
t"tT ' t'10 1"' r'f their mother's
Q-jjJPJ heart, no excuse for their be
ing shabby after reading these
pi ices. Suitn $10 reduced to
rr- IKI.KIMIONKH Wl -1
CAUF0RR1A FEED CO.
Corner ucfii .V Niiietini Kin.
6I1UATION WANTED. '
A YOU NO OKNIU'.MVN KKCKNTI.Y I
v urriveil in leun. ilulrii n in me I m
in an oitice or fUrnvniTo. KxpuriiMiivil
llijuU'KffiM-r mill will ueinnihiii'ii with1
Juinn'mmn AildreHi i
liOI-Iw Cure nl IIHI.I.K1IN Olllfe. I
Partner Wanted in Oil Veneering.
I AM I'ltKI'AltM) roiMIOll.VKNKKIl '
1 Work to nntiT nulil llku to jut n
1'iirtier In (In lmilii-, to fiirni-.li inn.
rlihi'rj nml, If ilt-lrilln, tciru tin lnil
ih'k- llnvi wiitnr Hiwvr. Suiep m nl tln
All k I'HII l- "t't'll tt' lltw lll'I.I.CTIN Olllrf,
liril In. vvn.t AM VUNKN
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
Vir Tills Brand will dlvAjs Do
UHirhnll ,a Pft.rtrMOTi OOAMt AnlH
' knowing tho complox tprms med for
bowold of tho Rhip I can ouJy say
that tho gonial cltiof engineer, Mr.
McCaig, at any time between nuu
riso and sunset would bo ouly too
K'd to show visitors all over his
I depressing mnehinery and guaranto
tholr kid gloves wouiu never uavo a
,0.ir ".V .
8ln OI uir,y ,
It contributes to
to meet with
ofl!cors llk .th.e Mtinowai s, ready to
?"JJ Komj jnk nt anJ tlmo ful1 of
, liutnor ami free from starch.
'.. A groat advantage hi raveling by
the A. Si A. route is that the mono
tony of tho usual sea voyago is
broken about onco a week until San
Francisco appears over "tho rim of
the world." Tho visit to Samoa
alone is worth tho eutlro voyago
wilu 'V, ""K0", 0I. v Va K,reon n?'ug
..... . r
'p ,mo T01 l TV 'l
tll)r n,,(,vo ''? "' nti0 V10, mi8t,aml
ratojiowa of tho trade wind c buds,
U ! of Samoa with their
plundlil muscular development
smooth, light amber sk n, white
t1". plnt nilloi and musical
cs i w'n " iryeiors iiean.
-; T":,; t; ,.Z.
1 waist down.
liniina tti t vin VHl, siwub uv
Life to anyone born
como easy in Samoa.
Many varieties of tropical fruits aro
growu there, such as oranges, man-
I ii"'s potatoes, yams, breadfruit,
tnro, bananas, cocoauuls. Every-
' thing growing in profusion, with
balmy seas and skies, etc. Tho Ha-
Mcon!. Pr night: fl and ll.'2T, per
J. J. ECAXT
614 Fort Street.
nny" M gouitf to do hoiiu
mure tuning. .itiHt re ! th-f
prici'H and ct'iitpitiv tlii-m with
o'hr uilnTtiM.'inciit.s uF a like
tiatiirc. 'Tis iihi1ih for w
to dtcl.irit every day uCluar
imee .!. You know ! iter
No limine ran mII tfoods at u
loss cotitinuiilly. Von how
ever, will hot gie iik the lilu h
htv hiiyih"; every piece of goods
in our stoie at' tho prices we
intend to quote you. I have
(.finghamt (no need to tell
you they are not nhoddy ; you
know it), 1!J yards for L.
Yon don't have to come any
especial day to buy our Col
oted All-wool l)rcst Goods.
You have always paid Toe.
for these wodfl, never less
than 50c. We are now fiell-
' m" TIIUIIJ
at 45m. and the
more you buy the better. 1
must have room for my
new fall ftoelc. We have a
of Scotch OiiutrhuiiiB.
have been sell-
Honolulu at 2."c. ; cro-
in und most all gone at my
place for JJ)c. Our Victoria
LuwiiK, which are of the very
liiiost quality (thcuc are the
beift value ever ot'f red). 10
yardH for 50c. You will find
nothing but cold fact in this
column, but it is to your ad-
i vantage to huy mini mer
i chants who mve the niont
goods for the least money.
I am offering my White
Lawns aud Muslin at 10c,
Kivnch Sateens, former price
50c.., going at 2.r)c, and my
$1.50; .?! Suits for !?2.t();
J?;J HO Suits for !?1 ; just think
of it a complete suit for 1.
These are unheard of bai
gains and as our stock is as
limited as it is fine, au early
call will be to your advantage.
Yours for business,
J. tl. KtJAN.
WH.l. IlKKUMi; IMlAeTIt'K
Borotania St near Emma.
luunil RclUhlb und Good Vdluh. -vi
I ...-I!... T.I..... I. ...til. Il.nt. I.,tnl.l
Hon, Wm. S, Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood's
The Jlent Mood furtltr.
-r.'i: j-'. "
ci y" vy$
ti7" "-i-i.i:-'. j 7i
'i'lV. iV'I1' w''.T.'1
VS s. MV
i . j "
lion, irif'ftm S. Wartwr
t'oud du Lac, VI,.
The followhig li from ex-Congrrsinuui
Warner, gctitlrmnn highly esteemed by
11 nhn knew him:
"I on truly t.ijr tlist t cotnliW rfcxxl's Sr
psrltla ttio bet incdlolue for purlt) Ing tlio blood.
It dl'l mo pood when pliyt lilanl ami other mdt
rlnn failed. It hat Increase I my appcUU sat
tetntd to renew my youth. Tlili ll sbiolutety
ttue." W. 8. WAiwr.rt, Kond Du Ijc. Wit.
Hood's fills euro Constipation by reitae
tng Uic prUUIUo seUonof the slttntnlary eaasi
HOIIRON, NKWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawstlsn hlsnita
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
HMH'lnly w.'lc.'tiil for lliln Country.
PAIITIKSCONTKMI'I.A I INO KN(iA(l
hiK the Mirvhim ef n otttilloti -liulilil out
full to fxnnthiu IIiIk bviiiiilfnl aiilnml. Kor
hiillvlihinlltv ho li tie cvr In tlion lal
mult. UU ultc, color, i-cnlorniullim, illi
IHisltUui, linn hri'i'illiiK mill iiH-rl trotting
iinllllvk pluce hi in hi tint (orvmusl runk.
FEE, 323. OO.
Cy t'uynlile nt tlino nt in-rvlce. Ite
trim irlvilTP Knuitcil, lnloriiuitlon fur
iiIkIikI, npply to
A. It. KOWAT. I). V. H
Vetrrltmry lnllruinry,'jn Klnupt , llonn
liilu liHiif.rt K
AUGUST 11, 1894,
Commencing at 2:30 P. H. Slurp.
a FLJVOJES I
The Band will h Id Attendance
. 30 Genu.
KritrlM nloif on Auunit nth, at IV
o'oliMk noon, at tie- OillcHof tl. K. Uul
kir, Mfrohnnt atrrHt IKI7IU
'I'HKKK Mt'KIA KlIH
1 lilrlinit ItiNimsat No.
I (lrifii Ijtiif
'IMIHKK MICKl.Y KU ll
1 eihlifil KuniiiN at Wul
kltcl mi tlie li-Bi'li. Turiils
Vr-rv ri'UHinuhl.. Aiiiily it
ImiplHof Kasljlim, Kori ftrctt
A I.AKOK KUIINISIIKU
ItiMiiii tor niK
tlxuiHii bit iiutol on
Unl.i Htrriit, 16 milillU-ti'
t r V AIKIKI ON Til R
iUttrlm (or one or two Kin
uln OAiitleiiiKit: Ixmrit uik
A Jmm -
tlonal; lintlilni! (ni-llltliin (jimhI Kor parti
llilH tl Hltl.l.KTIN IIKKIIIK
ClOOI. COMFOItTMH K
J atiil Nfutlv Kiirnlaln-il
l oMhk". opiiolin Hon I unit
Cuii'ml Union I hnri'li T.'l
lteritiilil.l hired II Kli "llilu, I iU(;u !
iet-, cplcnillil IaiiiiI, unit every c.mvcnl
ini'i. i;iK)iiiru on prmlM's or Mil uil
TuluphuiiK ism itriA lw
Fine House and Lot
I'pill'. UNDKIIKlUNKI) OKKKKS KOU
) 1 hhIii tlmt Kuif llnnifbtpail on lln
, nmnkn tiilt ol lliirrtiinlii 'trift, lti Ifi't
(ait ol IVmchi'o'u btri'-t. Tim lAt lm a
i Iroiitnl iKitM-Hinl mli'ptli ol llih'i-t A
(loixl DmcIIIiii: Iiiiiin- In . 1 n-iiilr, ron
, tnltiii I'urjnr, IMiililu-ri-uii Kllcln'li, I'an.
i try. Ilpilrttim, llmh .inl WhIit I'Ion"! hiiiI
. in otlli'non tlie lower lloor wtli Four do il
lli'ilroonia on i" ntnl lloor Tlicn In u tnli
I UntUI Hiicn, ronlnlniiiK Two hiulln, rMim
lor to rurriuK-, Mhki hiii'il ami nvr
vant' KiHim, a HiTvuiitu' W (S. ami 1'wo
OimmI emH.iooU, KiutlitT partluulara ol
W. tt CatU, nr of
IIMC U N , HIIKOWUi
a wt :-
1 Wj ' 'ii r"immmr
Adeline Black Stockings !
1ST. S. SACHS'
8BO roia strt, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly TIIK 1IRST. They re very K'stlc, Fast Dlack nl aw
ab'olutelr Btalnfrss We havo them for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND HEN
In all Sires and Qnslltles, In Plain Cotton, In Lists
Thread, In Open Work and J)m( Utltch ....
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
WK ALSO IfAVK TUB
HRRMSDORF BLAdK STOCKINGS
Warranted Kait Dlark, for Udl In all Site which we are tellln
1 M a iKueii fair.
Removal Notice !
M. S. LliVV will
from hi present slore on Hotel stivet to the
place formerly occupied by Henson, Smith
tVr Co., on Fort street. After I gel settlid it
will be to your advantage to note the prices,
tte.., that will appear in this column.
KwoDg Sing Loyi
40) Ilif SI.. Tbioit Block.
iQloaJ Tek 338 p. 0. Boi 207.
CliiilHHo, JnpaiKtHO ant! Indian ().. ..ih!
Indian Silks, Luces aud Linens,
Tupanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Kto., Kto.
rjf-A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cuttera und a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
CA8HMKKKH, I.1NKNH. l.AWNS, MUHI.INK
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats 1
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Kt, hV..
51-53 King Street
III NUUANU STKKKT
OuKhiiiurtsH and Surub Just Um-uivod
Ury OuodH, Fancy
Temple of Fashion
Bl ffon Street
j Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgi iMortatot ol Lidlii' and OtUldnn't Shoa.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
IjiifKo lino of WikiIhhii nt 2Th FlnniiIittnn. lt rnnU for f l.lki
Hrown aiuI liito (Jottous, from to 1AI yimls, II.UO pur uuh'a,
AuiiNikeAg tiluKlaanm, ,12 yartln for ll.(X). OmiU' And MW HathliiK .Sutu
i hilk, .SAtlna, !wr((iw, Law ii a utl UriM OimmU of ovry dtMutrliitiou
I ' -
Daily liullotin 50 ContH ior Month.
Just to Hand
on Auuimt 1st
31-91 ltn St., inr liuailM $1
s HQta&l Tele. 68ft P 0. Roi 107.
& 407 King Street.
T A 1 .t)K.
NKW HTOOK OK -
frou 1 4 rjrz
OoodH, Lawns, Etc,
of Every Description