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THE HE ALAN r DO AY CL.UO
Dance to bo Glvou at Independ
A special nirotiiiK of tlio bonnl of
managetnout of tlm I tal.nni I'.oat
Club was hold at tlm Ilawnilau Ho
tel jeaterdaj owning. It n do
cided that n'dauen lm fjivt'ir at In
dependence I'nrk on Friday own
ing, August 31st, for tho iurpno of
procuring funds toward tho oroc
tion of n now bonthouo. A com
tnitteo of fivo was appointed to nr
raDRO all dotniU and to appoint suit-
committees. All lovers of aquatic
nuautKO THE nOAIJ.
"All Aboard for Wnitinant" lu Jan
Work progreititf favorably on
the extension of tho OMiu Ihilwaj
to Waianao and Kahuku. About
tuenty-livo innu have been onifajrcd
during thopaxt two Heels' clearing
tho Imuli, and at present two miles
havo boon cleared. Grading ha
been commenced and everv thing i
being pushed on rapidly. A. S.
Peek, Jr, in superintending the
A. S Feck, tho contractor, i ox-
uorts should attend tho danco and itected bv tho S. S. Aniwn from Van
lond their aid towards securing tho corner to morrow, and ou his arri-
object in view, viz , tho erection of a val U o number of uion will bo in-
now boat house. creased. Mr. Fee k will bring with
Tho boats owned bv tho club are him part of tho material to be ued
the following: Carl W., Oritlin and in tho construciion of tho extension.
Seeley, six oared sliding sea's; Kv Tlio intention is to havo the exten-
piolaul, tho famous six-oared sta- ion completed to Waianae in lime
tiouary seat boat, which Ins never to tiring in tho next crop, which will
beeu defeated, and tho 1MU V , bo in January next.
the Heiduv regatta oleasuto boat. -
As tho club has decided to build a
new boathouso of its own, tho boats
hare beeu removed from the Into
King's boathouso and aro uow
stored in tho Government ware
house below tho new lish market
It is reported I hit tho members
who havo retired from tho liealani
intend to organize a new club, and
it is said they hat o secured a sub
stantial tnociliership roll. A meet
ing will be called in the near future.
THE COULTER CASE.
Tdamtlflcation of Property -Caso Not
W. H. Coulter appeared for trial
in tho District Court to-day ou a
charge of receiving and hiding stolen
Soods, tho property of Mrs. O. A.
town, within the past three wceltc.
Mrs. C. A. Drown, the lirst witness
on the stand, identified a card cae,
a bronze medal and a gold pin,
valued at about $20, as her property.
These were missing about three
weeks from tho residence ou tho
Plains. Two other witnesses exa
mined this forenoon were Kim and
Alameda, native girls, who letil!d
that they had known defendant for
throe months. lie had beeu admit
ted to tho house by their father, Nn
lopi, and slept ou tho veranda in u
hammock. They had rcii a bos
containing some jewelry, but only
ono had seen tho jovwlry displayed
in Court. Coulter had at times left
the houso aud stayed away over
nights. Tho cae was continued
until this afternoon.
iliMl iliilto: Oil., I'll
Little Damago Dono But the
The Pacific saloon, corner of N'uu
aim aud King streets, narrowly es
caped going tip in smoko yesterday
eveniua. S-eloy Shaw who was on
the oppoito sido of the street no
ticed a ilam'ug light in tho upstairs
portion of the saloon and volumes
of smoko coning out the window.
s immediately turned iu an alarm
aud then went and told T. Quiuu,
bar-keeper of tho saloon. Qnitin
and others rushd uptairs when an
attempt was made to nut tho lamp
out but it exploded aud tho lamp
fell to tho floor. Water was poured
on it, which only made matters
worse. Fleally Mr. Quintt smother
ed the Amies with the billiard table
cover. Kugino Co. No. 1 was
promptly on hand, but its services
were not needed. The damage is
placed at SUM)
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Valuable Laud For Sale
Hilo's attractions and the allerna
tire route to the Volcano form tho
prelude toadi-sertrtiou on tho mar
velous powers of the aermotor aud
the sterling qualities of garden aud
lawn implements and household
articles. The author is the adver
tisement writer of the Hawaiian
By Jh. F. Morgan.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
In iiur.itmitcc nf nn onlrr limvd util ut
the U-eiilt etirt of tlio Hist Circuit, tin
iiii.itTflKiK'il will f II ut Public Aucilun
Ou SATUKDAY, August 25, 181U.
AT 12:30 OVI.OUK V. M.,
01 rnlii day im t lie prcmlson, that wrtuln
plceo ut L-iihI K-Iiii(-iiik to the -.-tati- ol
the lull) Antnlito .Mnntelio, dwiisi'd In
li'Stnto. idtuatu on tin-curlier of llcckwltli
ninl Mctr-nif street. In I'utmliuii, Jlotio
liitu, the MiiiiiMiiuiiiliilin; mii arm of UUi
iimrt fe t iimru or !.
Property kx1 for liuiiiolot, and Is In
lien.' Iiy liH'.illty
Ti'-iiMuro mid utul deeds at ux.pt'ttoot
IMiroliiinT. Bale to l! sittijtul to cunllnii
tli lief llivlo.irt.
tm Kor further particulars emnilrn ol
rniumlssiotier of Sale. Judiciary lliiflilinit.
BUILDING :- LOTS
KOK HALE AT AUCTION.
TO-MORROW, An-. LMtli,
AT VI 01 1.01 K NOUN,
AT 1ST 3AIwTS3I2.00M
I KILL SKI I, T I't IlLK Al'l rio.S
i l.. 'Pf Tln W
' 'II J- I k V III-1 A II "J'
AT rJ:"k) O'CLOCK V. M.,
I will Mil ni I'libllu AuolUin, t tin-coniei
of Mt-lit.ul uml lliiinlraiii Hrrftx, ruiiuliiiii,
Sheets of Surcliargtd Stamps ! iin myt )mm uuk Lois:
TO-MORliOAV, Aug. 2-1 Uj,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
AT MY SALBSROOVt
I WILL DILI. AT rt'l'LlC Al'CTIti.N
Clothlnr, C'rucxftry, (IIuh whre,
Pieces L'lntU, Uox'b hlioi- U c.-isli't;,
Lare Assortment of
Boots & Shoes,
Neits Trunks, Furniture, llnuk,
bbow Casts Kle , t.u , Klc.
Jels. F1. lorgarx,
1 A Lot nt tin- 8. V. corner of Mvtcal'
itri'l lliiifilium Mreets, I'minlioti. of over
ll.UJU tipiure feet, excellent m.IiUih fur u
turt', XMin-r frum Pioneer rtrtenlan Well.
tir from uim-nimftii jtpe tliortly to tf
luUl In llii) ft rent, 9 minute' wulk from
tleri-uiuU iireui uml cam.
U A !t on IIIiirIiiiii street, nearly op
H)lte tin? uouve one, lU.eOO Miuare fet-t,
3 A Uit V) feet frontitKS an lllnjhiin.
street, nenr H'enrn-'lan well, liUSi nmnre
fret, with a iinwlv Ijitllt Cdttuueof 1 ro'iuei,
Mteiieti bin) Until, water from arUfxIuii
4 Ono Lot of Iftl feet fruntajie on Met
rnlf Itonl near ricu View ealaie. lietwei n
t-liortstrefctjhea View nvemw pnil Marques
street uloiii,' Mr. Mullor'n property.
ft--l.ots of TitrlouH slits to stilt purchas
ers, oiie of them now occupied by Mr. A.
(loniti Jnnlln, on Cliuiiiliurlulu rtret t; tUU
last lol hits a n-itt L'ottiiK t It.
THUMB OF SLi:-CflHhon ilellveryof
ilc.nl v 1 1 It rKireetit ilucoilllt oil HiiinUllt ol
iilil.oroue-li.tlfcaiili on delivery of iteed
uml the other hi'f on tiinu.Kiiuruiiteeil b;
The plan of the above property ti l
se-n at thn otllee of the nuutloneer.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark "Bryant" which is now overdue will
hriii"; to ns the
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVKU 8HIITKI) fO A KIMiLK FIKM ON HAWAIIAN SOIL,
And will Consist of Everything Needed to Furnish
ii House from a
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Tliurs'ny, Avg. ?J, .W$.
The situation of I lilo gives
the people there just reasons
for pride, the scenery from
almost any point will attract
visitors and the delights of a
diy spent on Cocoanut Island
.ire sufficient to keep them in
the vicinity indefinitely. Heside
his the roads through the
country have been put in a
condition that makes it tempt
ing lor people who enj y a
carriage tile to the Volcano
And I torn correspondence pub
lished iti the daily papers, as
well as reports from foreign
ers who have spent a day or
two in I lilo. the residents there
are an hospitable set. I lilo,
then, may be said to be a mo
del town for tourists. First
because of the way the people
receive guests and entertain
them and because of the at
tractions which nature has pro
vided. Kan, the other gate
way to the Volcano, is less at
tractive only for the reason
that the conditions are not suit
able for town building and there
are consequently fewer people
to finish what nature left un
done. We do not wish to im
ply that the people of Kau
could build mountains, but
if the population was larger
the government might listen
attentively to the request for
better roads. The diive from
Pahala to the Volcano was a
pleasant one in the days when
the road was good, but just
now it is in a condition that in
vites the attention of com
petent road builders more than
tourists. We have no doubt
the improvement will come iu
time, for it's a matter that in
terests every one here indirect
ly. We have no doubt tourists
would derive more pleasure
from seeing both sides of 1 la
waii if the facilities were right
than to ser! only one. The
money spent by visitors comes
to ever) one indirectly su it ip
pears in ordr-.r foi the bii.Mruj-s
people to unite in petitioning
the government to put the
road in order.
We put up a 1 2 foot Geared
Aermolor for the Honolulu
Dairy the other day to be use d
lor cutting sorghum. Hie
manager of the dairy h.ul
doubts as to the power of the
mill to do the work. A three
horse power engine would not
do it and it was not believed
that ( iiough power could be
developed in a twelve foot
Aermotor, but it does the work
perfectly and at no expense
for fuel. Now, then, if a twelve
loot mill will do this where is
the limit of a 1 6-foot Geared
Aermotor. In addition to run
ning a No. 4 triple acting pump
mat win uiscnarge ten thou
sand gallons of water per hour,
it will run a grindstone, a
lathe, a feed cutter aud dear
knows what else. The Aer
motor and a pump of this des
cription will irrigate anything
from a lawn to a rice planta
tion. We have added to our al
ready large stuck of garden
rakes an assortment of new
st)les that are bound to jump
into favor with people who like
to have clean lawns.
We have a stock of Hang
ing Lamps, which lor elegance
of finish, durability and power
of the burners commend them
selves to everyone, even the
people who use electricity for
lighting purposes They range
m price from four dollars to
twenty and you get just double
value for your money. You
can find a larger stock in the
factory where they are made,
but not in a store devoted ex
clusively to the sale of lamps.
We're up to date even to the
hinges on our doors, which are
open from six to five. 'I he
goods will draw and the pries
Whirligig sprinklers that re
quire no attention alter they
arc put in the ground have
been added to our stock, so we
can say we havo a general as
sortment of these tilings You
can get an) thing yon want iu
the sprinkler line from us.
KDWAV I'OIlTKtt. Leatlitu? Furniture. D..lr
( tho HviiAn Inland.
ntmtiMiti Block, lMtvio ifntx nti'l Nuunuu
itfM ham I lfl nf Hiitnl otrnwt oln wtt
IrtHit ltuiMirtr of Kitit- Kntollue.
Irt C'hM' tnt 'xh W hnt-M nn hatui
AJl aythui yon
JL .JSLnVthini: fan
TIME IS MONEY"
TO BAVK YOtllt TIMK AND MONEY BOTH STEP tN TO
Hoxyp So Co.,
IXTo. '74 Kins Street.
Icker Warti, .lolnn, KiN-fUng Chair
ill von all And pripf Oim good
wniil Hi DtnlUtf-rooni Kurtnttm
winl In R"lrKm Kurnitnn.
ou full ito uiiltxl with Onbf snt Cradl"
on wl fiidl fiwiilei U to Wt from
Ud HI t'O'W Ni 41111 Hi lvle4
wll tli ru'li,.! pitrr,M'
O htnilf U tuuiil wiMmul MMUnactti,
o liotii in Honolulu clU l,h iom) h-wi.Mi itiiti !
Wi- hnve a lot of Nrw flood to nrrlvo by the "Wilder" uml tlio "Bryant," and to make
room v.u oiler our irucnt suierb ktock ot
In Oak, Walnut and Curly Birch of Ilia Intrst patterns at snch low prices
that it will pay you to lifc.t In ilinn at once.
Hue our hlcgont Assortment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In tots and slnh' jili-eea to still eviry tate and every pocket.
ALL KINDS OF MANUFACTURING DONE IN
Furniture, -:- Bedding -:- and-:- Upholstery
Best Qatlltj ot Live Gese Feathers, Silk Flo's, Hair. Mors and Excdslor ilwijt oi bud
If). All orders from Hip oilier Itnmls will ho atlr-nil'd to in a manner that will In
euro FiVisfaiM Ion. rry us oih-p and yoit 'll nerer Ihivh us, for our goods are new and
styliih, and will bo writ pnclvd and emtio In you at San Francisco prices
Upholstering Goods, Cornico Poles, Cord, Gimp ft Button!
ttflMnnW Of all SUoi-pMn or funcy-aiid lettered to order QlfAliPQ
WmUUTV r.t8itiKrancfco prices OHailljO
tin't nii lir0 Konif Ll tir" K-athf m SiH Kt.n
inlr I'illiivv. ami ('nullum
t I'liMf rnaltn
rntt WiiiiIiim .HIuttH tti all oolmi auJ altja
o!m tnr viuir wmilim in Wivm nr Hrat TmnnniiM
I t'onrK k tituri not torgni to nirtottuti
nr banlirti' 'afvn.t Uvroin flt t S0li1
Sik'c'bI onlers for all klmlof Furnlturo will bo filled at lowest prices.
It and be couvlnrcd.
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept In Stock.
Wk An F.xprUnr-d ttphi.Ntwrpr utul t)Mornrnr In alway at ynnrr1p
)Airiii at rt-mjnatl- rnlrm
(vttrinu of UthnUir"t Ktmiilutp i-
t our Kmm Ltiaim l-ttrH tmyiuK pIkwIi.uo
Ja aii1f of all iH nilli (Jliairx ami MuIhiv.aI t inatur.
v?rjtHnly kuiwi t niak a (xMnrv of Inlerlot D'oratiiJK.
iHrylMHiv tnmt Mr lino. Unlwy who mltt tins apoial fnatuix.
m riuunr.-tt ar ili- i-bajH-si titiuiw In Honolulu,
lialiillt.v. I'niinpl nt-aa nut) Dinpatrh is our mr.ti..
Brli. .V2o - TKLKPIIONKS Mutual t;.W
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
KKtil) DfiPAETMENT !
Km m a lurge and voriud Htock tho undersigned would draw
"purticulur uttjntion to the following :
.rMiiprihiiij; California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oatfl, Corn.
ScS l addition to our uniinl Htock of theflo we are now
wirrying Wunhington Bran Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each poHReKHed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all ititcreHted in etouk.
"ti i T f TT '1 CtlUornlM aai
X-J - - 'xr Vaihlftftoa Dtato.
Roya! and "Cleveland " Baking Powders!
Nil I ,7
u ;, "- !' j"
Kili'll'h ttt'i N
iwnic .v t.r
tl tfMII" '!' H ' h !'.
'I'tnnpor " n nit imtn
t ",li.,.r ntlMVf '! .ltl iiltl
1r..li I)ll'tW,l El K'" litUt.vli".
'ti.iw M-fJtl . Ltbby'i Oitiiu.Ml a-4kut
tirbiirdH.io St ttotilitti'a CUnu)
JC The Best WoiltnijiiiHhip and tho Best Material
arc obtained at the
Hawaiian Carriage ffl'f'g Co.,
Tro 70 Qi n Stveot
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods I Prompt, Reliable
t Kllll l '
A lr atMt
! M lh ft
tt'-.WK K , It,
Kerosene "Atota" fi "Star" Kerosene
liAKtiK rtrOI'KH OK
UfBiafikB Ma Mm, Dn (Sntt.
Mm, Fflriiilarii, bil Bit.
Theo. H Davies & Co., L'd.
By Jan. V. Morguu.
Attention! and Low Prices I
THAI PLAOB IS AT -
Benson, Smith Co
Oornar Fort Sc Hotel Blb
- Our Soda Water is the Best -it
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76,
Hawaiian Manhvarii ('.. I ti
'lt7 ?t)KT S'lMiKHflT.
JP-BITI. S. 3 "Q-A.EnL,IO"
HOLXilSTBR & OO.
Hiivt mad another Lare lmpoilation ot
flrn.lf of liA OONSTANUIA ami Kl. COURT
DKI. OH I K.NIK
L(.ri AHHortmont of HShapon and BIkmn
hii u In Ronti or lint? Paid Our r'm ft Mtirr.hani Ktifwta.
l.llier low. on mni-3 'St, IMi.wl 27, ui.J liv
mill Let'll llronn iluly iimihiii-iI to 1. Jl
MOUXOAQKE'S NOTICE OF 8A1.E.
VTOTIOK IB lIKItKltY (IIVU.N THAT
ll jmritimnt to a nnf r of sain contain
nt In u t'urtulii inurtKJUi' inmlu hy Aiilonu
llusit uml l(u of llnnolulu, to Ocll llrown
of the bitliiH uliiro and ot ri-curil 111 tliu Of-
lieu of tlio llfKlmrur of Cciivryuniim In
11uvhIi1i'Ii. tnti'O iimltT tlitt last will ninl
tUBtmiiunt of J. 0. HiiVMiMt'ti. ilii'ttiml, liy
loutiiiii'iit of rcconl l.llier 1 17 on iidkh -I'J,
tliu buid nmrlKiiut't) InlcniU to lon'i'losu
said luortj.'fii;" (or iiri-auli of comlltion
tlicrtiln contiilm-il. Notlcit Ii also kIvi-ii
that tliu tiroiert roveri'il liy huIi! inoriiigu
will tin ttolil ut I'lililic AiH'tluii.ia 12 ii'uloiik
noon, on KATUHD.VV, tlio llth ility of
AuUbt, ut tin miction rooms of Ju K.
Mornun in llonoliilit Tim property In
wilil i"ortnK 1'--1 lievorib.'il is
All tlmt certain iurcnl of lurid situate at
Kalllil In bulil Hniioli In, contuliiln;,' an
urea of 3'i Zi ntiri-s ami Imiimi; a iHirtlon of
tlio iriiiiitot. ili-at'riln'il in liuynl 1'uti'iit No.
ft'O, ami convey eil in ulil Aiitunt' Kutu liy
J. 1 Miiintoiiv.1, uiliulnlntritor of tliu ex
title of liiiinliiiro lioiicz ilainoi liy (Until
liiitcil (In-llrt ilnyof Aiiril, lh!7 of nii-nnl
For Sale I
Ubett tml little. Ab Rood us new. Bold on
uccoiiiil ot owutr leurinK the nountry.
Vlu Cnll or rldrf
Hon ol nlu Cyolery
iu n uinv Hrt
In tlit liinwillun Ui-ttUtry of Deeds In llouL
U, on ii.'iu'i'H '.'I ami ''.ri
Dated Jloiiolulil, July llttli, IMH.
Kor further part ciilaiN iiimiIv to
Trttsli-e of tint last Will ninl Testament ol
J. (i, Hayseldtm, dece:i-cd, or to
Oki'IL lluow.N, Attornity.
tW TIih rrnlo of t'm ttliovr tirinmrly till
dur fcireclosiire Is noitpined ntitll HA I I'll
DAY, HeptHiiihiT 1. IHII, Hi Hip mum tllnn
Mint lilmv 'III'' Ikl
"AM MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of its
Stuck of Goods beginning
Thnnday, Aug. 9th, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store will go out of
business at that time.
Come and pick out what
ioi want before it is all gone.
i'UE WORLD DO MOVE"
And no doi'H tint M-ssinrr He'Tice who
Imvu rnonnicil their Mertboriyera on
fr-Tlmy will ilollvr PanVnaM (up to
ooilit vi)li;lil) or Messanea iiiiickor tbsn
ny any oiliur method and much cheaper
lilOKKN-Olt IIIIADI.KY (IIVI.S ;s. "u'X UK A giAKI"
L miiin III hlnulnii. I'. ami Yl iln nd ....
t'ullii 'IVriiiH, ii uiilmiir: $1. half hour. "" """' "' "'"t" y usIiib tlt Mm
lluvlint liml '.''I n-itrh' ix uriifii n Or- rn)irnr Hrviro.
c.aiiiH' and I Imlr 'I miner. In l oj en in an
i-llt'llvlMiii nt ill IIiumi tup.eltlin, Ite.t nf
leMlinonlaU. .II Ktnliiu Mreit. Mnltiul
'Iclvpliontt IVJ. lllj-.'w
L. M. JOHNSON, t t MatuKor.
Mutual SUB TSLPgMBrV-laU IM