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MVWNlNa liUMitti'IN, AUGUST J, w
TT 18 TO lilt "nh'Mt Uiroiooii
miirlutt" with lUU homIoii of
tho jogllMturo,timl U In pnbiililn
lllllt R0I110 llllIOtl)ll llltWfllllOH
will l)n ovorloukoil. Thu ninltor
of liuluclii(5 liiiniiKrrilioii from tho
Uniloil StuU' Ih oiia that hIiodIiI
Imvo tho iitluiilloii of lint momhoiH
without much ituluy. Tho moro
.pooplo thnt ntu lino porinunonlly
tho bottor will hu tho buniiiOHS of
ovory storo koopor on tho islnmls.
A good fiirnior in worth homo
thing to the storo keeper who suIIh
hoiiost goodo at low prions, that's
ua. Wo nro ottering ribbons nil
widths nt pricos thnt uctunlly
tuako us nshnmud to toll you wlmt
thoy nro. The coals of our rivals
turn green with ouvv whon thy
hoar of thorn. Wo Imvo thera in
ovcry concoivablo nhiulo.
Our stock of undorwenr 1ms
nevorbeen equalled, much loss
oxcollod in oithorquulity or prico.
It is absolutely tho best nt whut
you pny for n second or third class
article. It was only byohanco thnt
wo secured tho stock of r well
known doalor in San Ifoinoisoo,
(overstocked wns his exouso for
disposing of it), nud as wo got
them far below tho market vnluo
wo arc enabled to give you tho
benefit of our good luck. Thoy'ro
going rapidly, those suits, and you
must speak quick if you want
Ifyouaro thinking about pot
ting a riding or bicyclo suit you
had better look into our ladies,
cloth and serges. Tho quality is
right and so is tho prico. All
slmdos and dosirablo widths.
Ti TEMPLE OF FASHION,
51 Fort Street.
To the Public and TouriBts.
Any party wishing to tnko a
rido around the Island, or to tho
Puli, can be accomomdutod at a
small coat by I Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stablos can bo
found at a moment's notice Buss
es, Wttgnnottop, Buggies, Saddle
Horses, eto , for hiro.
Special attontion paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in tho sights
at a small furo. This is tho cheap
est placo in town.
Horsos broke, double or single;
also horsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For furthor particulars
Bus and Livory Stables.
King St, botweou Fort aud Bethel.
Telephone 408. Juno 18, G-mo.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwino Ma
chines and EMnnowEKY Work
at tho World's Fair, Chiongo, 111.,
being tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
moro than double tho numbor
givon to all othor Sewing Ma
chinos B. BeuokuSon,
my8l tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
rj-jf Jilli'''1iiiM1im id
MMttwilT BBliTlBiil T iH 1
old fliro hut thnt llier wah noed
of a more llhutnl nlluwniioo of
A diHOiinslou took plnoo on
inothod of dirtohni'go of pntioitU
from tho Anvluin.
Dr. Wood h'lil that whilo n
mombrr of tho Clovoriiinonl would
Imvo to anoopt tho ovidonco of
otircs given by tho Asylum pliyai
cian, a modicnl cotnmittco of tho
Board if givon tho duly "would
bo bound to iuYOstigato each enso
Tho mattor was laid over for
Piosidont Smith, aftor talking
with pooplo in a position to know
tho situation in Kona, was in
favor of Dr. Day's suggostiou
nt Inst mooting to divido tho sor
vico betwoon two doctors, one for
North, and tho other for South
Konn. Dr. McWayno boing n
resident of North Kona might
ncuopttho position in that division.
Mr. Watorhouso moved nnd
Dr. Day seconded, thnt Dr. Mo
Wnyno bo offered North Kona nt
850, nnd Dr. Liudley South Kona
at$7C, a month on Septeinbor 1.
It was explained in discussion
that thero was moro in privuto
practice in North than in South
Kona. Upon a suggostiou of the
prosidont the motion was umoud
ed to simply notify Dr. Liudley,
who now has both districts, that
it was contemplated to divido tho
territory on tho date montionod.
Dr. Day n&ked for information
and instructions regarding cholera
in Japan, particularly at Yoko
hama. Tho president gavo tho nows as
reooived, that the disoase had ap
peared at Yokohama, from whonco
a steamer was to sail today (August
1) for Honolulu.
Officor Reynolds told of coolies
for Honolulu boing put in quaran
tine, whilo tho town rabble flock
ed into tho coolie quarters on tho
stoamor, where saki nnd eamshu
flowed at five conts a tumbler. The
City of Poking had not been quar
antined ou her arrival as somo
papers had stated, but restrictions
were placed on the rabble's rush
for tho stoorngo.
It was ngroed that, in case of
tho arrival of a steamer with a
foul bill of health, tho Board
would hold a speoial mooting to
consider tho emergency.
Dr. Day furthor inquired about
tho oxuotion of hoalth certificates
from ships by tho pilots, which
seemed to bo superfluous and the
captains did not know why thoy
should havo to givo more than
Tho president read tho law,
which requires tho pilot and not
the port physician, or other hoalth
officor, to obtain tho certificate of
health. Tho Board could ohango
its own regulations but not tho
At 4:50 tho Board wont into ox
ON SUNDAY CONCERTS.
A CorrcpotiIoiit Ansu'era the Self-
Styled "AVorklnciiiait" oftlic
"Workingmun's" humorous- ar
tiolo in tho "Tizor" this morning
is an eccentric production. As is
usually tho case with tho fanatic
al crank, lie makes and emphasizes
statements without a shadow of
proof added and at tho samo timo
demands proofs of his opponont.
Ho displays a fine musical taste
also, says he "would as soon hear
music by tho band as the btng of
a rllo." "Would as soon"
that's good. Speaks of drill by
the keg. Says no true working
mnu will nsk othor workingmon
to work for his benefit, or nsk
others to do what ho would not
iko to do. Dearly beloved
brother, no ono has over dreamed
of forcing workingmon to go to
hear the band p'ay. Nobody has
imagined for un instant that it
will requiro tho assistance of the
polico to drag tho weary laborer
and his family from their homo,
on tho Sabbath, and round thorn
up in a flock at Emma Square.
Beloved, pooplo of your mental
oalibro do not approoiato mus;c,
although it is utilized oven in tho
sanctuary as the fittest way in
which to praiso our Maker.
Doar brother, you aro in orror
in supposing that in othor ooun-
Continued, on 7th page.)
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LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel streot, Honolulu.
A. Y. GEAR.
ACCOUNTANT AND GENERAL
03-tf COO King St.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H. I.
METROPOLITAN MAT GO.
SX ICln.2T Streot.
G. J. 'WAM.En, - - - Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
N. IT. BURGESS
is now rnnrxitED to
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Saw Filing nnd all kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives and Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowors a specialty. Also,
Setting Glass in fact nil kinds of Job-
l.!..y. lTn1f nnllnil 9nm ni1 At11ilinil
1UUK Up lUlCpUUUU OU-. J.IL
l'ort nonr Hotel Streets.
O. J. MoOaiithy, -- Manager.
Fopul&r Brands of Straight Goofls
ALWAT8 ON HAND.
Try tho Great Appetizer:
The JBvoivnlo Coclitallt
A Specialty with this Resort.
DEPOT OP THE
famous Wiolanil Lager lloor!
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Ofpjok 13 and 15 Kaahumnna
Telephone 039. j14 tf
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ArmilflttV AT LAW.
Ill 8 I'Vl HI. - Telephono III.
D. J. OASHMAN.
BAIL AND TENT MAKEll.
Awnings n Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's store.
SEAliailKlt OPMX'OItDM, COLLKCT
or, Tninnliilor In KiikIIhIi nml llnwnllnu,
Itcnl listnto Aeent, Copylat, Typewriter,
Btmnp Denier, i'nrclm(IiiK,Coniuilrtsiou ntul
Advcrtlsiii Agcut, clo., etc.
gJT Okfu-ki No. :u7, Klnc Street, llio
former privuto ofllro o( K. 1). ThoinnH. Tlio
Ofllee o( llio Kktivo Pntor KA MAKAAI
NAN'A In in tho Ofllco in tho rear uuder tho
The opular Sensido Resort for
ladies and children. Good ac
commodation. W. S. BARTLETT.
H. iVlAY go.,
Wholesale and Retail
08 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephoncr 2ii P.O. Box 470
California Fsuit Market.
Comer King and Alnlton Strcota.
BY EVEKY STEAMER
From Son Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oystsrs, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Eta, Eto.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR g MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Jfado of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Oppoeito Clnb Stables.
(Successor to Chas. Ilnmmer.)
Kino and Foot Stiieets,
Is prcpnrcd to mnnufneturo nil kinds
nnd grades of Ilnud-uindo Ilnrncss at
lowest or riticics van cash.
All work cmnrnutccd to bo satisfactory
before Ienving tho shop. 0-3m
WING W0 TAI & CO
No 25 Nunaun Stroet
Iiouolulu, It. I.
Commission Meohnnt, Iiuportorx nnd
Doulcrs iii General .Merclmmlisc, fmo Mnnl
lft Cigars, Chinese nnd Japnnono Crockery
wuro, MnttingH. Vnscs of nil kinds, Cam
puorwooil Trunks, Hattin Chuirs. A fine
assortment of Dress Silks, choicest Brands
of Chinese and Japaneso Tons of Lntest Im
fjtP" Inspection of Now Goods respect
Bell Tol. 2!6.
T O. Box 153
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for houso wir
ing and Eloctrical plants.
Morino Wiring a spooinlty,
' 32-td Manager,
t-riimtiMP.;. ,. . ' . n
A Now Abstract OfflGo
Ann roBullof Ifiyonrsoxporlonoo
iiropnrad to iiuiko AbHlractM of
J'illo lit a most llioroiigh. nociir
nlo, nml oomplnlo niniiiuT and on
V. V Makinncv.
In W. O. Binltb'B Olllco, H18
Fori Street. myl.
THE "ARLINGT ON"
A FAMILY HOTIiL.
I'cr Day 3 2.0O
For 'Week 12.00
Tho Rest of Attcndnnce, the llel Hiturv
tiou nnd tho Finest Meals in this City
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands-
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,
A P. MuDEinos.
JVIedeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington;
Tho cry of hard times has rencheil nsalf
and realizing that ninn muBt be clothed, wii
have decided to
Reduce OuP puice Fof The-
and we offer suits anil trousers at prices tliae
will be within tho reach of evey body. Wj
carry a select stock of goods, and guarantee
a perfect tit aud first class work. TliObc who
really desire to be dressed ncntlv and natlv.
and cannot afford to spend much money on.
their clothes will do well In calling at out
storo before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALIi UOCItS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYH ON nAND.
At WAIKIK1 on enr line nnd on PA
LAMA ItOAD nenr Fertilizuif
These Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aoro Tracts near tbe city nnd
otbor Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO
. Donlers in Lots nnd Lands,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, uenr Kin-
Telephone 007. P. O. Box 321U
ft8 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its BrancHes.
Orders from the othor Manila in Build
ing, Triramintr, Pniutinu, otc, cta,"ii
Promptly nttcndod to.
W. MS'. WHIU11T, rropriotor-
(Successor to G. Woat.)
, M e4tf "4lflra&faf i i. 'i! smt .hM