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KVttNlNfl lOLMmV, AUOUBT 1, IMfi.
LOOM.. AND QBNttRAL.
Mark Twain rl)l be hero on llm
Bug a hi Now York, UO lusl,
Throo drnnliH paid tho itHiial
Hue tli in morning.
11 is now Mnrrtliiil Brown ami
Monthly jncoling of Y. M. 0.
A. touight nt 7:80.
Throo cho fu fiends woro ar
rosled this morning.
Kxcursions to Wainnno ns usual
on Saturday and Sunday.
Thorn wan a big bathing party
at Wright's villa lust night.
Tho August term ot tho Circuit
Court opons on Monday at 10
Olork Koola of tho House blos
somod out into quite a dudo this
Dost unlaundried shirts equal to
any $2 mado up shirt in town on
ly $1 at Mclnemy's.
Ensign CD. Storn USN. and
Lieut. A. G. Wintorhaltor camo
down by the Alameda.
Minister and Mrs. Willis are
holding thoir regulur monthly re
ception this afternoon.
Tho "Ann Luiz" club celebrat
ed Hawaiian Indopendonco day
with a social and dance last night.
Tho Board of Trustees of tho
Oahu Collego have re-elected tho
old oflicors and standing com
mittees. J. 0. Onrtor is prepared to loan
mouoy in sums of one to fivo
thousand dollars on approved se
curity. The Typographical Union holds
its regular monthly mooting on
Saturday evening at tho Scottish
Thistle club hull.
Tho California Food Company
has rocovered judgment in tho
District Court ng.tinst 0. Mollon
hauor for $24 40.
Legislators hopo to get through
thoir duties this week, but judg
ing from tho progress made today
they will not do so.
The passengers for this port by
tho Warriraoo were Mr. and Mrs
Cowell, Mrs. and Miss Greig, A.
"W. and E. F. Taylor.
Pull assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary Voolen Unclor
Wear for Mon and Women at vory
low prices at Tracy's.
Thoro is no oluo as yot to tho
individual who robbed Ah Sing of
checks and jowolry as detailed in
Kamoku pleaded guilty in tho
District Court this morning of
selling liquor without a license.
Soutotice wjs suspendod.
Amongst tho through passtn
gers on tho Alameda is tho Hon.
0. A. Laurence, ono of Sydney's
most prominent solioitos.
Tho steam yacht Eleanor
arrived at San Fra'noisoo from
Honolulu yia Hilo on July 22,
nine days from tho lattor port.
The auction sixlo of furniture by
Morgan at Williams & Sou's storo
Was completed at 11 a. m. today
-Another ono will be held next
Soda Water with pure fruit
syrups drawn lrom an Ice Cold
fountain at tho Pnlaco Candy
and confectionery store on Hotel
naving usod Chamberlain's
"Cough Remedy in my family and
found it to be a first-class articlo, I
take ploasuro in recommending
it to my friends. J. T. FoBtor,
"Westport. Cal. For sulo by all
dealers. Bonaon, Smith & Co.,
Agents Hawaiiun Islands.
Miss Holon Dauvray from the
principal theaters of Now York
stays over at Honolulu. She
took her passage for Sydney, but
owing to her Bister's health she
has dooided to return to San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Keith, hor sister, is
r ft t r A T I t . JltLlf Iflvl & A S t W I . .1
m ' l Xil.V rAT PACKED IH IWXki J
W, , -I WllUflS SPtCiAuV FOB UWAfKj J A ,
jjs$owTm will nrovfe IhmhT
tiii:si:n ti: aimoiiuns roit want
i' so.iirrin.se; to no.
IIoiiko I'miNt-n I.ntinr Oinilillntoii
till mid tlio Aimoxntloii mill
Electric llnlltvii)' Itdtotutlou.
Fouty-Fiiist Day, August 1st.
President Wilder called tho
Sonato to order this morning at
tho usual hour and tha opening
exoroisos wore had as usual.
Sonator Itico from tho Printing
Committee roported back tho not
relating to appeals from District
to Circuit Courts.
Bill 18, appropriating $17,000
towards tho purchaso of tho
Bishop property camo up on its
second reading aud was referred
to tho Committo.o on Public Lands
and" Internal Improvements, ns
was also bill 19 appropriating an
additional if 10,000 for tho same
purpose from current recoipts.
Senato bill 20, appropriating
$2,000 for additional expensos of
tho Logislaturo, passed its socond
Tho Senato then adjourned to
Friday at 10 a.m.
After tho usual preliminaries
the Clerk road communications
from tho Sonato in regard to con
feronco oommittoos, resolutions,
Rep. Bond from tho Committoo
on Education roportod adversely
on Roprosontativo Rycroft's reso
lution for band concorts on the
Rep. Kamauohn moved that tho
report of the Committoe bo
Rep. lamina said that tho re
port was only a majority one. A
minority roport mightbo presented
from the absent member. Ho
thought tho House should dofor
notion for a time and especially
as tho momber who introduced
tho resolution was absont on busi
ness oftho House.
The report was laid on the
Sonato bill 15. creating a Labor
Commission, camo up on its third
reading, and was passed unani
mously, ten members only being
The Senate Joint Resolution for
a commission of three to examine
and roport to tho next Legislature
on tho subject of oloctric tramways,
etc., was noxt in order and was
The Sonato Joint Resolution on
annexation was passed unani
mously, The Houso thou adjourned to
tomorrow at 10 n. m.
LADY VI.NITOItS ENTERTAIN.
Victoria TcuclicrV lrtv Oct liven
Gracefully with Honolulu Voile.
Aftor the arrival of tho lady
teuchors' excursion from Victoria
thoy wero waited upon by two re
cipients of lottoi-3 commonding
them to friendly attentions, who
with tho assistance of a tew othors
rondered them some small ser
vices in showing them around.
Yesterduy evening tho visiting
ladies ontertainod thoir, now found
friends of tho mid - Paoifio
at an elegant dinner in tho Ha
waiian Hotel. Aftor the repast
the gentleman guests drovo thoir
fair entertainers out to Long
Branch, where tho ontiro party
indulged in tho luxury of an oooan
bath under tho moonlight. Com
ing out of tho water a brief time
was spent in rest ana song, somo
nrttivo musicians, who happonod
to ho at t o i optilnr resirt, add
ing much pleasure to tho occasion
with thoir soft voices and sub
dued gnitar playng.
The ladies irro onthusinstic in
their praiso of Honolulu, its cli
mato, scenery and raro cosmopo
litanism, and rcgrot that it is im
possible for them to extend thoir
stay. Thoy loavo by tho Warri-
moo now in port. Their dought
ful excursion, when described by
Miss Camoron in tho press, will
probably havo tho effect of in
ducing othor parties from British
Columbia to follow their oxamplo.
The Warrlmoo sails nt 8 o'clock
I.UUE3 asd QcsTLBunv: It affords mo
great picas-ire to call the attention of the pub
lie to my laic's Unlr Tonic, which U tha llrst
and only remedy known to chemistry which
politicly turns gray halr-tmck to its original
color without dye. I pcreoually Indorse Its
action and ghc the public mysnlcmu guaran
tee that it hai been tested in every cuncclv
able way, and has proved Itself the only Hair
Speclllc. It stops hair-falling Immediately
and creates n luxurious growth. Contains no
Injurious Ingredient. It is not sticky or Rreasy;
on tho contrary, it makes the lmlrort. youth
ful, llufry, keeps It In curl and removes dand
ruff, lor gentlemen and ladles with linlra
little gray, streaked gray, entirely gray and
wlthllAlD HEADS, It Is specially recom
mended. All drnjfcUU Price ?1; also Yale's Skin
Food, 1.50; Yale's Coinpexlon Cream, 81
1 ale's Face l''wdcr, 50c; Yale's Beauty
IKc. Mine. Yale, Health and Complexion
Spcclallst.Templc of Ueaaty, HO state st,
Chicago. Ouldu to lltauty mailed free.
noDitoN. Ditoa co.,
Ifooiiey to Loan.
THE UNDEIISIGNED IS VREPABED
to Iouu money in Bums of ono thousand
to five thousand dollars, on approved secur
ity at n leasouablo rato of interest.
J. O. CARTER,
Campbell's lllock, 203 Morchant stroot.
W-lw Honolulu, August 1, 1893.
. . SUNDAYS.
Trains will leave Honolulu at 0:15 a.m , and
1:45 p.m. Returning will arrive lu Honolulu
at 3:11 p.m. and 5:55 p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 7G
2nd Class, 1 25
JBf gjBip ' M
"F. 0. Smith,
C8-tf Oon'l Pass, and Tioket A gout.
TNow iu Ii'p;imjhm tit
N. S. SACHS,
MO 1'iitt filie!
IG . .
Itomuants of Silks, Wool
Dross floods, Wash Mat
erial, White (loo.lt.
All remnants tuuikod with number
Our ontiro stock ot fine Mlllinory at greatly reduced price, I ndics and Children' trimmed
lints at n big sacrifice. C2-tf
This great home-made drink is ns healthful as it is pleas-
n.if T4- la rvnml nil 41. n 4t.n. r.nm1 r ll.n 1.1.1 . - .1 P
tho grown-up folks; good for
it ituop.i mo moon pure anu cooi, strengtnens tlio system nnu
counteracts tho effects of tho heat. It is absolutely free from
a single intoxicating property and is every whore recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hire's Rootboor extract will make live gal
lons. 1'ho directions are so simple that anyone can make tho
most dolicious, sparkling, eiForvoscont boverago without
troublo or expense Ask your storekeeper for it, mado only
by Tho Charles E. Iliros Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo havo usod your Rootbeer for tho lost throo yoars and think thoro iu
nothing equals it. Mus.X. Bickkl, 393 Northampton stroot, Boston, JIoss."
" I havo boon using your Rootbeer for thrco years, and havo recommended
it to many of my friouds. 1 livo also been much pleasod with it. It U re
freshing nourishing, iu fact words aro inadequate to oxprcss its worth. Mas.
8. llKAU.s, Stato streot, betwoeu Constance, Now Orlo.ms, L. A., U. S. A ."
Hodron Dnua Company, Wholesalo Druggist.
Benson, Smith & Company, "
Hollisteu Drug Company, "
Lewis & Company, Grocers.
No lottery, radio or game of clianco, but n straight business proposition Kvenj ixr.
jmrcliatf ono of our New Pjoccss Btovca between Thuusday Mouni.no Ji'nk27 i
o'clock Wednesday, Auoust 7, will bo entitled to ono guess as to how many of this
will bo sold up to t1iattiuie.lt being then Just (ho months flncu tho first stove was purchased
The person guessing corrcctly.or coming nearest to tho correct number, will recche at one
a present In cash of the full amount paid for his stove; In case of two ormoro persons irncsslne
tho w lunlng number, each shall make a further guess on tho sales or tho follow Inir week, one
person thus finally receiving tho prize. ' ,
As tho stoves will bo sold at regulur price, no ono rUU anything, only Ifyou guess nearest
to the right number your btovo costs you nothing. Tho prlro being simply an ad. Tor Now Pro
Seal your guess In an envelope and place your namo and address on the Inside, and tome
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1 ..; i "-""' --.v. "v'u"r" vu ruruiuiiy Kcpianunoonc nul tlio guessers
will know what Is insldo each until the date ot opening. A correct list of stoves soldUl
be hungup btforo the opening of euvelopcs, which will bo dono at our store In the Warlne
lllock, Fort aud lierctaulu, at 1 p.m. on August 7, In tho presence of stovo purchasers and the '
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Waring Bloo'c, Tol. 091,;?. O..Iiox, 4G2. Cor Fort and Ror. Sti.l
Honolulu, H. I,
Whlto and llrowii Cotton",
ShectliifjH, Tnl.lo Llucii, nmt
oilier odds and eSTl,
of yards and pries in pi In figures.
One Week Only.
And so can you in
Bido, outsido and
all tho way through
everybody harmful to none. BtH
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