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For the Stnrs AVillio Wilder led
off with n drive to second( yhich
was neatly stopped and Willie re
tired to poudor on how ho could
steal a base in the next innings.
"Willio made his first and reached
third on a passed ball, Hart flow
out at second, Harry "Wilder fail-'
od to reach first.
Kama 7th It. Pahau look his
place in the team and wont out on
a high foul to catcher, Castino got
first on Conrad's error and third
on A. Pahau's baso hit. A. Pa;
hau was put out at second, Koki
got first and Oastino camo homo.
Kaanoi failed to roach first.
Lishman mado a base hit,
Pryco wont out on a grnndstaiul
catch by Itobort Pnliaii, L'sh
man stolo second. Wooits
wont out at first and Lishmau
camo homo on Ahia's overthrow
to first. "Woods failed to got first.
Kams 8th Bridges took his
baso on balls, Lemon failed to get
first,-Makaimoku flew out to sec
ond, Bridgos got to third on a
passed ball, Ahia got first on a
fly oud Bridges camo in. R. Pa
hau failed to got first and Ahia
was put out on second.
Boss got first boing struck by
iho ball, and third on a passed
ball and camo in on Willie wildor's
baso hit. "Willis flow out to R.
Pahau. Harry Wilder got first
by an accident, stolo second and
camo in on Lishnian's baso hit.
Pryco flow out to Robert Pahau.
Kams 9th Castino failed to got
first A. Pahau got his baso on
Conradt's error. Koki flow out
to center fiold. Kaanoi mado a
two-bagger nnd Pahau reachod
Following is the score:
tb n mi po
Wilder, W,ss.... 5
Willis, 0, 1st b.... 5
Hart, L,p 5
Wilder, H, c... 5
Lishman, p, 3 b... 5
Pryco, T, rf.... C
WoodB,S, c f.... 4
Totals 4215 1-127 20
' TB B IB PO
Pahau, A, c 5 1
Koki, S, 2b 5 1
Kaanoi, 0, ss.... 5 0
Bridges, 0, 3b... 5 2
Lemon, B., p.... 4 0
Makaimoku, J, If 4 0
Ahia, W, lb . . . . 4 0
Pahau, II, cf 4 0
Castino, J, rf . . . 4 2
Totar 40 612 241G G
The Hawaiian band will play at
Emma square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30. Professor Bor:
ger has arranged tho following
Overture I'oct and Pennant Suppe
Selection UTrowitore Vcrdl
MlUlol, Puu Oliulu, Hlkl no iuc A'u.
March and Chorus Tannhauscr........
Lancers' The Mikado Hulllvan
Waltz VarauUo of the Pacific Merger
Polka- Nuuanu Valley Berber
Mrs. Elena "Wahineaukai, died
at her residouco at Honokaa, Ha
waii, on Sunday, June 7th, 1890.
Sho had been ill about throe
weeks from fever, which is carry
ing its deadly sting to many a
homo in this diBtnct. bho was
under the able caro of Dr. 0. B.
Greenfield, who did all that could
bo dono for hor. Tho deceased
waB a lady highly rospoctod in this
community. She loaves fivo
daughters, a brothor John
Maguiro of Kohala, and n sister
to mourn their sad loss. Tho
family receives tho sincorost sym
pathies of their many friends.
TIio Dancer Conic
Incflbosof typhoid fovor, diphtheria and
other wahting diseases, when tho patient
has been reduced in llosii, audstroiigth, ami
begins tho toilbonio climb to health. Hero
nood'sBarsaparilla finds its place, ltenrjoh.
es tho blood, strengthens tho nerves, gives
tone to the digostivo organs, and builds up
the wholo system.
Hood's Pn.i.s are tho best attcr-dlnner pills
assist digestion, cure headache. 25c a box.
To allnnffc ring with Throat, long or WkUB WjjsmjI
infcht' fall wh(Sre 'one dose of Pain
Killer would succeed. If you have
d couch or cold or any other winter
complaint, try Pain Killer at once.
It never fails to give instant relief.
runny Davis & Sow, Prtnridenc, R. I.
Will cure a cold before it settles
or after it settles. The right
time to take it is uuen you
lccl the cold comiuy.on.
rrcpnrcd onty lff
Perry Davis & Son,,
a. arv "tts xw
coiiie w'thout nnv previous v.-nrn-
i::ir. The best v-av is nlwnys to
be iirciMrcd. Keel) n bottle of i
rerry uavis' 1'ain KiLLKRuyyou.
It relieves nt once.
It li alo a nre cure for Cramps, Colic and
aim nil internal pain.
Holiister -:- Drug
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Union- Express Co.
. 87 UI.M1 NTHKKT.
Not a Trust, but orgtuizodfor tho publio
Ofllco King street, opposito tho Hawai
ian Gazetto Co.
Express wagons and drays always loady
for tho purpose of removing bnggngo and
Chocking of baggago to depot or wharves,
from hotels or residences promptly and
carefully attended to by competent men.
Wagons meet all steamers and bapgnge
placed in our chargo Will bo storod or do.
livorea us requested.
Charges, the lowest in tho city.
J. J. Sullivan,
FasMon Staples Co., L'fl.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan & Booklet, MnuVn
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho Oity, with Competent and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotol Streets.
Hnw'n Hotel Stnblos, 81
Pantheon Stnblos, 84,
FnHhion Stabloe. H8.
BAGGAGE delivered and check
ed to any Steamor. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. 643.
Our Stook of Summer Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tbo
Honolulu market, and con
sists of ovorythiiiR Useful
and Onmmontul. Our prices
aro moderate. Jowolry in
special dosipjns manufncturocl
to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Street.
IS MY SPECIALTY.
JE-I. Gr. BI.AJRT,
t v jr Wi'v a' ""i " rv 1
wwjwinn !' '
By. tho S. S. "Toyo Maru" we received an
immense lino of - - - -
pilir. carf tfiea, pujn.isliing Qoods, sweaters
And many other variotioB of jw an(j JTailcy. .Qoods.
Vfir Wo nood nionoy and will soil everything cheap to got it.
Hotol Street, Robinson Block. Next door to Ordwqy & Porter.
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Oonstuntly on hand.
Estimotos giyon for house wir
ing and Eloctrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
t. b. Murray,
Fitted ip -with all tho Modorn
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Blacksmithing and Horso Shooing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches,
W. "W. "WRIOiTt, Proprietor.
(SuccosBor to G. West)
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No, 47, ... Nuuanu street.
Pealor in Ladies' and Gentle
Boots and Sliocs to order. I use tho beet
material. Goods warranted tow ear well. H2-
EOOK ON & CO.,
Jutt opened now supply of FirM-cluBs SUoou
just rocoived. .
Ladios' & Gonts' Shoos Mado to Ordor
From Atuorlcau nnd TrcncU Lentlicrx.
NO GUESSING !
I havo been stopped from offer
ing premiums, butas a reward for
your patronago, and to the porson
holding tho groatest number of
Tickets, July 1st, I will make a
proBont of two Silk Dress Patterns,
15 yards each, or one fiuo Silk
Shirt and ono dozen Silk Hand
kerchiefs. These tickets will bo
handed you with every ono dollar
cash purchase. There "will bo no
gambling or guessing of any num
bers; all that you havo to do is to
keep tho tickets and present them
at my store, July 1st, and if you
havo the largest number tho pro
sont is yours.
Pobinson Block, Hotel Street.
Hats! -:- Hats!
J p tl .
IYude To 0 Aqj 0tyie
Ladies and Gents.
Stylo Kvory MONDAY and
Best Straw Hats,
No. 325 Nnnanu Street. P32-U
Tb YoohBma Specie Banl
SubscrilKKl Capital Yen 12,000,000
1'nid Up Capital Yen 4.500,000
RcsonoFund Yon 4,130,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, LyonH, NewYqrk,
San rntucisco, Shuncliai,
liombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking and Ex
Ageuoy Yokohama Spetie Bank
New Republic Building, nonolnlu, H. L
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors nil' I Provisions, Sakl a specialty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
Formerly tho Bay Horse Saloou
Cornor Bethel and Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
SPECIAL EATINO HOUSE: .
Private Rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen,
Open from 5 a. m, to 1 iu moruing.
Prico of Tickets, $ 1.50. SiiiRlo Meal, 25o.
Bothol street nhove Post Offlco.
NICE AND CLEAN.
Chicken, on Tuesday), Thursdays nnd
Saturdays. Ico Crentu on Sundays. Fino
Balads with dinner each day
Meals, 25c 22 Tiekots, $4 CO.
(AH CHOCK, Propr.)
Meals 25 Cents. &?. .
Privato Room for Ladies,
Corner IIotel and Union Sts.
410 Hotel street, near Nuuanu.
All Kinds of Provisions,
Cliinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -:- RICE,
All kinds of Canned Frnit, Cigars,
and a. largo assortment of goods too
numerous to mention at tho Very
ALL KINDS OF MANILLA CIGARS
FOIl HALE AT
Opposite Pantheon Barber Shop, at Lowest
Prices. Try my
Flor Fina, La Pcrlu Del Oricntc,
La Pucrala Del Sol and
The Smoker's Favorite.
Sin.gr Idee Co.,
602 KING STREET,
FUKSI-I :-: FRUITS
By every California steamer.
Importers of nil kinds of flrocerlcj, Frnlts,
tjauneu uoous, uigar ana louacco,
, at Lowest Prices.
jFrcli Tcgctnhlcs Always on Hand.
. SING WO,
Corner King and Bethel streets,
Dealer in Cigars ami Tobaccos
Best brands of Manilla Cigars
and finest Cigarettes. . .
At lowest prices.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Pcannt Oil, Sugar, Soap,
Candles, etc, at lowest
Corner Nnnanu and Fnuahi streets, 143-
HOP HING & COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Cnlncso Silk, Tea, tnd Matting,
Liquors and Manila Clgnrs, English and
403 Hotel street. -
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
145-tf C'ornor King nnd Mouuakea Sta
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
UIIOCREUY, (5LASSWAKE, ETC., ETO
Water I'lpcs, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
143- No 41, Nuuanu strcot
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG
331 Nuuanu street
ALL KIND3 OF TINWARE, CUOCKEUY,
etc., at tbo very lowest prices. King street
makal and Ewa of Maunakca.
CHEONQ KEE CO.
All kinds of tinware, crockery,
etc, at lowest prices
141 Nunann and Hotol srrooti
LIN SING KEE,
IPluraboi & Tinsmith
Do tier In Tin and Agate Wore.
All kinds of numbing dono In a Satisfactory
Mauner at Low eat Rates.
1'. O. Box 274, 212 4C3 Hotel St.
MANUFAOTUEEB, : UPHOL
STERER : AND s DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor nnd Uulldor.
No. 89, Nunanu street
Has on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Vardrolos, Desks, Matreioes, eto.
jjJStr Call in and inspect goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furnituro of all kinds mado and repaired
liulUlini; huuses und making rice mills o spc-
u. lioi vj, corner iviuc auu uuiuei
W. W. Ahana
Makoa Clothing to ORDER of the
very best uiutciiata and in the very
latest Btjle. . . . .
A. I'eri'ecl mt
ALL OF MY WOPyKMEN AFE
Gleaning and Repairitg a Specialty
W. W. AHANA.
To Whom !t
This is to certify that C. Akima
has mado sevornl suits of clothes
for mo and tho workmanship bos
beon of tho best. I take pleasure
in recommending him and hie
JAMES P. OCERTUEFFEIL
Suits to order. Fit Guaranteed. Fine Dock
Suit, $5np: Pino Tweed 'Pants, $4.C0npj
Fino Hnlt, $1S up. OlothcH cleaned and re
paired. COO KING STltEET.
P.O. Box 141.
Chock Chce & Co., Merchant Tailor?,
Clothes Cleaned and Itopaited.
No. 322 Nuuanu Street.
216-ly . P. O. Box 231.
If you want your Clothes Dyed and madfl
to look new, call around at
Merchant :-: Tailor.
48 Nuutnn street, Y. O Box 153.
C T. AKANA-
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest price.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
"W. -A-hiu & Co.,
320 Nuuanu Street.
Fiuo Suitings from Boat American mil
Clothes Cleaned and Repaired.
X. MA.3ST aiNG-,
Fashionable Dress Maker,
131 FORT STREET.
Dressc3 mado to ordor. Sewlnc traa-
rantccd. If tho stitchos break
1 will ro.
pair without oxtrn chargo
YEE SING TAI CO.,
Furnituro Dealers and Painters.
Fort Street, opposito Club Stables.
CHIN WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Bcrctanla and Nuuanu Ms., Honolaha,
RICE rLANTERS-Alwajs have for sale th
best quality of rice. Ounrlce marked WOO
is guaraniccu ioddai
Agents for tho following rice plantations;
llama. Halawa. Moanalua, WalMkl. Waluta.
Knlawno, Kawalbapa and Waloll, Oahu, and
Tel. 218. P 0110x343.
YEE ON CO.,
817 Nuuanu St. P. O, Box 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing oi Watches and Jcuelry, ALL
Importers ot Watches and Clocks ot Flnesg
No. 4C3, ' Nuuanu stroet.
Has juBt received a new line ot
DRY GOODS, LADnS AND GENTS,.
SnOESAND GENERAL MEROnAK.
Agent for tho following rice plantations--
Waipio, Waiawo, Waimalu, W1Lm,
gjfF My rico from Kaneoho is inorke4
L A nnd is guarnuteod Al,
lr. O, Box 114,
Euarm.tccl u i'statoUo a lllUt or Uoney.
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