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"BVILT LIKE A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER MAKES COMBINED!
Three Different Riders on Three Different
" STEFULINGrS "
"Won. JFivo First and Ono Second frize
Out of the Six Entries !
f3T For Strength, Easo and Durability the Sterling
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
P. O. Box 430.
8. W.LEDEREB, I N
Just Received at the
Fireworks, 33 all oons,
American and Hawaiian Flags
All SizCS iu IlDMINO, MIK AND COTTON .
RT New nnd First-class SECOND HAND FURNITURE of nil kinds sold cheap for
ewh. 616 6m
DO YOU USE
If so, why not have the BEST?
It is well-known that . . ,
HAH NO SUPERIOR.
KIT Should jour requirements cull
for a Hrst-cluHS, but lean expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
Iffif Every bottle of any of above
brands In gu-irantoeil In perfect order
at time of Uellviry.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
6491 Limited. it
A New and Tlioroupkly Klllciuit Its
trojrtr lor all
Dandruff in the Head.
Guaranteed to Cuio the Scalp of all Skin 1)1
.ai 1'ut uji In one alio bottle only.
Criterion Barber Shop,
PAODECO & PERHANDES, Prop.
Foit St , Oiijj. 1'antlieon Stable..
i ii i niLflii l Willi I im i wgyw w N fctliM
More First Prizes
Saturday on the
I Corner King and Nun-
I X L a New Stock o(
Holders of water privileges, or those
lilng water rules, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
pnxet are from 6 to 8 o'clock A. m aud
fniiu 4 to 6 o'clock v. M.
II. Holders of water privileges on
the klopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, aud In Nuuunu Valley above
Bubool street, are hereby notified that
they will not be restricted to the irri
gation tiours of 6 to 8 a. m. aud 4 to 6
p. in., but will be allowed to Irrigate
win never MifTlclent water In available,
I'mvuled that they do not u-e the wa
ter for irrigation purpoiex for more
than four hours In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. Kisa, Mlulvturof
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 17, 1897.
Tommy K, Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, Molokal, H. I.
Abstract and Business
Having been entrusted from busl
net men all over thn Inlands for the
pmt yiare, I am prepsrert to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deed In it most
thorough, accurate and complete man
ner, anil to negotiate salen or lease of
lands belonging to thoio who are ru
Hiding at the Settlement on abort no
tlce. 633-3 m
Notice is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect all accounts owing
tlio Honolulu Dairy, and all
persons having claims against
stud Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present the same at
once at the office of James I.
Dowsett, Queon street.
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
To l h t itli tlio FKtiiroB therein ttie por
tln of II i 'Vm iIim III mI , u i Huh l street
iiiiiv iiuujiied li) Uilcr. .V. Company, Aji-
0-5t HENRY WATERIIOUSE.
A Cottnce on tnuuka side of King
Htieet, neat I.llllm ntnet. PonsetiHion
bIvhii ut once. Apply to
Ol'JU A V. GEAR & CO.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
The ship Roauoke off port.
The S 0 Allen brought down a
small quantity of mail.
The stoamers Helena and Mika
hala nro discharging BUgar at tho
The Ahlon Boase will commence
to tuko in eugar at the Oceania
wharf on Thursday.
Both Ewa and Waianao plan
tations will have finished grinding
in n fortnight's time.
Thn Transit is receiving 4141
bags of H S Co and P SM sugar
from the stmr Noonu.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 10:45
am; high tide small 8:50a m; low
tide large 2:50 a m; low tide small
5:00 p in.
The Aryan has completed her
cargo which consists of 53,615
bagB or 3350 tons of sugar. Her
skipper is anxious to be off as
soon as possible).
Tho Am bark 8 O Allen, G H
Johnson, como in this morning
17 days out from Frisco, with
1300 tons goneral cargo consigned
to Theo H Davies & Co.
Tho S N Castle, Hubbard, ar
rived in port this morning, 1G
days from Frisco witli 800 tous
general merchandise, consigned
to W G Irwin & Co.
Tho bk Diamond Head has boon
chartered by the combination,
Messrs T H Davies & Co, Cindla
& Cooke and C Brewer it Co.
There are 5000 baps of Onomea
sugar discharged from tho Kinau
now awaiting lior at the Kinau
Tho P M S S Bio de Juueiro
sailed at 11 p m on Saturday
night for China and Japan. 250
tous of coal woro taken aboard
inside G hours, which reflects
great credit on tho manogement.
Capt Ward entertainbd a number
of friends during the ovouing,
aud a most enjoyable view of the
fireworks was t'o bo had from tho
From Hawaii, per etmr Helene,
July 3 T Murray and wife, A K
Weir and 1 on deck.
From Hongkong, per ship Mary
L Gushing, July 4 E M Adams.
From Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Mikauala, July 4 George
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai,
July 4 MisB August Kaus and
3 on deck.
From Hamakua, per stmr Noe
au, July 4 Miss Mary Wait, Miss
Kato Horner, Miss Olive Horner,
P A Anderson and ono on deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine,
July 4 Master Wilder Wight,
Miss It Pauui, A'iss M Nape, J K
Kaiwiaea, wife and child, Miss
N E Smith, Miss E W Smith,
Miss D Carmon, Miss A Crook,
A H Crook, W A Uailoy, 1 Hoo
naui, W II Holokohiki, J L Paoo,
Akanaliilii, E Snyder, O St J Gil
bert, W S Kiakona, M Tilton,
Kamai, Ah Sang, Mrs Look Seo,
aiiuih ieanu ami z cuiiaren, Airs
Hakuole, J J Drummond, C W
Buldwiu, J A Mooro, Mrs S W
Kaai, Mrs Puuahele and child,
Sam Kaaunna and 35 deck.
From Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
July 5 Volcano: Miss L M
Ames, Miss E Morris, Mrs J J
Sullivan, Mrs G Dobie, Miss L
Tucker, G Pattorson, Pi of J O
AVasson, J L Travis. Way ports:
W O Wilder, Jr, J W Jones, Capt
J Piorb, Wray Taylor, Mrs Sclmtf
er, Miss M Ahrens, Miss M
Brown, Miss H Hapni, EJWeicht,
Quoiir Wah On, Miss A Hill,
Mien II Poiter, Miss H Severance,
Miss B Guild, Miss Alico West,
M J Goveira, V A Carvalho, Miss
Bella Weight, Miss J Brodoriok,
0 H Swtviu, H 8 lliokanl, J Wa
terhouse, Aknkn, S Biddoll, Mrs
W II Patteu, Miss E Atkins, Miss
L Alexander, J L Nahale, Miss
M Bow on, II B Hoppiu, Mrs H T
Walker, Miss M Ward, Mrs T
Hussoy, Miss S W Ostrum, Miss
Hoppiu, C H Dwight, Toug Hop,
J D Holt, WHCornwoll.Jr, W
Norton, W Bagby, O David, W
Savidge, C A Long, M Tilton,
Miss M Morris, Brother Mathias,
Mibs Deyo, Miss F M Smith,
Brother Charles, Miss Trudio Mo
Caun, H Vierni and 81 on deck.
From San Fraucieco, per bark
S C Allen, July G Hermann J
Pilo, U Hoffman, V R Harudon.
From San Francisco, per bktn
S N Caatlo Mrs Terril and child,
Mrs Ludwigson nud child, Mr
Tlio Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Satuiiiut, July 3.
Btrar Kaena, Tarker, from Oaliu porta.
Stmr Helene, Freeman, from Hawaii ports.
BuitDAT, July 4.
Btmr Kauai, llrulm, from Kauai.
8tmr Nocan, I'etcraon.from Hawaii.
Stmr Clamllnc, Camtion, from porta oo
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Thompson, from Maul and
Am ship Marj L Cuslilii);, Pendleton, from
Stmr Ktauliou, Thompson, for Lahalna
Monday, July 5.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
Tuesday, July 0.
Am bk Matilda, from Pors Tswnscnd.
Am bktn B N Castle, Hubbard, from Ban
Am bk 8 C Allen, Johnson, from 8an
Satuhday, July 8.
S S Cltj ot Rio de Janeiro, Ward, for Japan
Tuesday, July 8.
Btmr C'lmidlnc, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr Janus Makcc, Tullett, for Kapaa.
tmr J A Cummins, Siarlc, for Oahu
Btmr V (J Hall, llaglund, for ports on
Slmr Kaala, Moaher, for Kahuku nnd
Btmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Molokal, Maul
Stmr Kama, Parker, for Walalua, Puulkl
0ARQ0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ei stmr Kofluhiiii-l'iOO bags sugar.
Kx stmr Noeau 4141 bai;s suar, 13 bags
Ex stmr Mikauala 5010 bags eugar, 25
Ex stmr Helene 5050 bags Ookala anil
Paauhau sugar, 511 head rattle.
Ex stmr Claudine 874 bogs sugar, 101
bjgs potatoes, 111 bags coru, 57 hogs, 54
hides, 1 0(1 pkgt sundries
Ex stmr Kinau-Wit brgs sagar, 810 bags
potatoes. 45 bags corn, 17 bags bones, ii
bales wool, 23 bides, d horses and 15U pkn
Ex bk S C Allen I.l'io tout general cargo
Ex bktn 8 N Castle 8(0 tons gencrnl mer
chandise. VKSSEI.J IN pour.
U S S Marlon. Book, San Dkgo, March 19.
UBS 1'hlladilphla, Cotton, can Dllgo, April
H 1 J M 8 Nanlna Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not InUudid Iu thl list.)
Am schr Louts, Hatch, Newcastle, June 13.
Am bk C D Bryant. Colly, uayson Island,
Am ship Arjun, St Clair, Japan, June 15.
Am bk Albert, (irlfUlhb, S F, Juuu 17,
Han bk Mauna Ala, Bmltb, Nen castle,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Paget
Sonnd, Juno XI.
Am bk I'almjra, Keller, Pugct 8ound,
Am schr C A Ibajer, Llljquld, Puget
Sound. June 21.
Am bk Chas B Kenny, Anderson, New
castle. June 21.
Am bk Colorado. Moimc, Nen cattle, June 22,
Haw bk Iolani, McClure, New York, June 23
lUl bk Olusippe, FeiaiialiiiHir, s F, June 31.
Am sibr l'luuslt, Jurgt.uix.ii, bun Francisco,
Am bk Alden liesvc. Potter, S F. June JO.
Am bk Hesper, Sockrgrcn, Wtstport, N Z,
Am bktn S N Castle, Hubbard, dan Fran-
Am bk S U Allen, Johnson, Ban Francisco,
Am bk Matilda, Por tTonneend.
McCANDI.ES-In this city, July 4, 16U7, to
tho ulfu ot William McCandlus, a
KAHOUOKALANI-On Jnly V-at Queen'a
Hospital, of fever. William II Kahwuoka
lani, aged 43 years.
TWO DN mLKllKlTIWN.
CouftnueJ from 4th rtjc.
Willis uus put out at Gist and
Aiwohi ilow out to Manuka.
Iu the second Pahau mado his
base by Thompson's interference
with the loft holder and went to
third on Koki's single. Babbitt
flaw out to Dayton. Woods flow
out to Thompson and Koki was
found off Hocoud base.
Clark and Loraou failed to
leach first and Siraerson's fly was
takon in at contorfield.
In tho third Wilder mado a run
on left field's wild throw to first.
Hart's fly was taken in by Simor
son. Mabuka got in a two-bagger.
LiBhnian aud ltosa failed to reaoh
Dayton struok out, Thompson
flow out to Rosa and Gleason to
Pahau waB first to the bat for
tho Stars in tho fourth innings.
Ho flow out to Simertiou. hoki
waB put out at first. Babbitt ttado
first and stole second and went to
third on a passed ball and Woods
Holt flow out to Liahman.
Willis and Aiwohi woro put out
In tho fifth Wilder made u
siuglo and Hart flew out to Simor
son nnd Maliuka to Holt and
Lishman wnn put out at first.
Clark Btruck out. Lemon
mado n singlo nnd Simorson's hit
to left field took him to third and
Clark made n tnlly. Dayton went
to first. Thompson's fly to left
fild was taken in by Holt and
Simerson scored. Gleason and
Holt made singles and Dayton
camo in. Holt was caught out at
In tho sixth Robs failed to raako
first, Pahau waB caught out by
Aiwohi. Koki mndo a singlo nnd
Babbitt another and Woods struck
Aiwohi mmle his first by tho
skin of his tooth. Clark flew out
to Hurt. Lomon w9 put out at
tirct nnd Aiwohi nt second on u
In the seventh Wilder wont to
socond on a hit to right Cold.
Hart flow out to Clark, Mabuka
to Holt and LiBhtnuti to Lemon.
Sitm-rst n Btnrtul in with a two
bagger, Daytou struck out
Thompson's threo-base hit brought
Simorson in. Glonson's foul fly
was taken in by Wilder. Willis
was put out at first.
In tho eighth Rosa struck out
Pahau flow out to SimoiBon. Koki
went to second on an error of Ai
wohi. Babbitt went to second und
Koki scored on Dayton's error.
Woods whs put out at first.
Willis failod to teach tho first
big. Aiwohi mndo a single nnd
Clark did the sumo. Lemon flow
out to Ltshmnn. aimeKon'saiugli'
took Aiwohi over the plato and
took Clntko to third. Dayton was
Iu the ninth Wilder flow out lo
Clark Hart couldn't reach first.
M ibuka took his bnso on balls
nnd stole second. Mithukn scored
on Liahmiin's homo runbutRoss's
fly wns tukou iu by Aiwohi and
tho Stars were beaten.
THE GRAND DALL.
Last of all in what may bo
termed a three days' celebration
of tho glorious Fourth for Rov.
Messrs. Biruie and Monroe mado
the great anniversary tho pivot of
their respective services on Sun
day camo the grand ball at In
dependence Park pavilion. It
was indeed grand iu a truor bcuso
than the stock reportorial and nd
vertisiug word. President and
Mrs. Dole wero there, the Minis
ters of the Republic, Minister nnd
Mra. Sewall, other foreign repre
sentatives, naval visitors and a
highly representative asHemblage
of Honolulu's effective life. There
must have been more than a
thousand people present.
Never had the decorating beon
better done. It showed color
abovo and all around, most taste
fully arranged, all without making
tho place stuffy. Flags were cun
ningly draped like fans and stars
aud rays, the Stars and Stripes of
course predominating. Instead of
caudles the loug rows of colored
lanterns were lighted with incan
descent olectric lamps and so
nover waned in brilliancy. Por
traits of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant and McKinley adorned tho
front of the musio stage of tho
ballroom. On ono side, opposite
tho entrance, were boxes for the
President and Mrs. Dole and dis
tinguished visitors. Geo W iX
King was chief of tho decorators
and has a right to bo proud of his
Tho native orchestra gavo ex
cellent music and tho dance wont
merrily on uutil two o'clock this
morning. One of the extras was
a set of lauenrs, at tho President's
request, there being but one of
that dance in tho regular ordor.
Of courso the floor was crowded
most of the time, but nobody
seemed to care for that. Tho
floor was in prime condition; hav
ing received pnrticulnr attention.
Great praise is duo the manage
ment for tho aystom with which
supper waB aorved. When onco
tho tables woro filled, to the oxtont
of seating capacity, tho door of
the banquet loom was shut. Then
before a now rolay of guests was
admitted, all the wreck was clear
ed up aud tho tables set auow.
There was therefore no unseemly
crowd ing( about tho festive board,
nor snatching hero and there for
ratious the samo as when it's
everybody for his partner and
hunger take tho back rows. Thoa.,
Krouse of the Arlington was the
caterer and set n most substantial
banquet. Light boverages were
available) all through.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotej
nud Nunuuu strata, lodging by
day, week or month. Torina: 25
and 50 conts por night. $1, und
$1.2o per week.
1776 1894 1897
J. M. Werr received por
"Australia" nnd has now dis
played an olegaut lino of
American Flags in Silk, Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Muslin,
Largo Shields, New Hawaiian
Flags mado to ordor from the
official copy, Red, Whio and
Bluo Tissue Paper for
festooning, Fancy Poles for
silk flags, Largo Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Gnrfield and President
Wm. McKinley, Jr.
All Prices Just Right r
No. 3(6 Fort Street.
REST A.ITI t ASS T.
ilrendt jBffress & Cn,,
King Strct t, near Alakia.
Board per Week $4.60
Single Meal - 5c
Tea, Coflee, dm omtoinl Cake.. .10o
Ico Cream anil Cake 16c
MJ9 luryeM ami ConleHt Dlnlug
Room in theoity. Open evouing",
FAMILY LIJMU M
Woman's Uxclmiue Old Stand.
Reopens WEDNESDAY, June 31).
First Class JVEeals, - - 25c.
New CnoVs and New Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BUHY,
Corner King ami Alaken Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, ScMcd. Proprietress.
Rooms Enxuilo anil Hlnglo, with
iloaril, from fj oO iei week, u uonling
to lequlrtuiuitti .if ttm yitc-ntH.
The only Roof Priitnentnle Garden
In the city. GE J. UAVENAGH,
Telephone 654 : : : Manager.
Rooms To Let '
Suitable for two t-mall families, in
veparute building; oiiuii partially fur
nished if required. I nqutre of
jN. a mjiiuuss,
139 Miller utreot.
Neat Cottngo nnd grounds on Nuunnn
near Knkul Btreet, only two minutes walk
from the business portion of the city.
BlH-tf A. V. GEAR Ac CO,
Mostjnlto Pioof Furnished Rooms
at No. 637 11 r.tuniu i-lieel, old I'rog
louil jilaee. Telephone 9i0 049-lW
The Biennial Meeting
Of the Members of tho Queen's Hos
pital Corporation will bo hold nt tho
rooms of the Chamber of Comniurco
on THURSDAY, the 29th of July,
1897, at 10 a. tn.
GEORGE W. SMITH,
Money to Lend.
Upon real estate security, only a
limited amount, on reasonable in
terest. Borrowers whoe time Is ui
with other mortgagees, will do well
to confer with
Trubtee, utJiidliiiary Building.
Dr. Herbert hereby gives notice
that ho will be ub'oiitiroiii the city
until July the twentieth, during
which tuueMi. H. S. Eulng will uot
with his full power of attorney, and
la authoiized tn settle ull iiccnunts.
j JuueUS, lfa97. 040 lw
- UJOk JUJMiS. J. HMSfi"4