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? More First Prizes
tmmb Were Won
wyf Saturday on the
"BVILTvLiKR A WATCH
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won livo First and Ono Second Prize
Out of the Six ISntrios !
f- For Strength, Ease and Durability tho Stemmed
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
P. 0. Box ISO.
8. W. LEDEBEB,
A' Second-hand Furniture "kI
t Sold Cheap for Cash "
3T Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho IXL, corner King and Nuuauu streets.
DO YOU USE
If so, why not have the BEST?
It la well-known that . . .
HA3 NO SUPERIOR.
tST Should your requirements call
&,. for a flrat-cluss, but leas expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
bWST Every bottle (if any of above
brands ttt guaranteed In perfect order
ft tlrae of delivery.
hY. C. PEACOCK & CO.
. Notice is hereby given that
"Mr. John Grace is authorized
to 'collect ail accounts owing
tho Honolulu Dairy, and all
..persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are rc-
squesteci to presont tno samo at
;onco at tho oiiico of James I.
EDowsett, Queen street.
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
MAKES COMBINED J
XT Comer King and Nnu-
i anu tits.
Silk Scarfs, Four in-
Hands and Band Bows
50 Dozen will bn sold at 25o. Each.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 8;
$1.00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel street : : waverley Block
AfrntB for Dr. Di'ltnel'ti Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Semi fur Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Arendt Jeffress & Gn,,
Klnsr Strict, near Alataa.
Hoard r Wt ek $4.i0
Single Meal 251)
Tea, Cnffre, Chocolate and Cake.'. .().t
lee Cream and Cuke 15o
C8 litrgeat and Coolest Dining
Rnoiii In the city. Open evening!).
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Glass JWeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now Wuitois,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner King and Al iea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Schmeflen, Proprietress,
Rooms Kuuile and .single, with
Hoard, from $5 fid per week, according
to requirements of the w nests.
The only Itnof lrauicuHil Garden
In the city. GE ). C'AVENAUH,
Telephone 051. : ; : Mauagar,
-j y Ei
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 14, 1807.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
Tliu U S S AdiimH m in Seattle
Tlio atontnor Nooau loavos for
Ilonokuii tomorrow morning.
Tho atontnor Mikahala will
probably go to llntnnkttn tomor
row. Tho eolioonor Aloha from Ho
nolulu arrived July 2 iu fcJaa
Tlio ships Goorgo Stotson and
May Flint havo arrived in Now
York with Hawaiian sugar.
Tho steadier Kauai with 0923
hugs of Makaweli sugar arrived
from tho Garden Islo this morn
ing. Tomorrow, high tido lorgo 3:17
pm;hightido small 8:00 a m; low
tido largo 7:G5 a m; low tida small
11:00 p m.
Tbo stoamor Kaena brought in
this morning G(J0 bags of paddy
from Waialua. Sho returns thouco
The missionary steamer Morn
ing Star is duo now from San
Franoisco, having sailed thonco to
this port July 2.
In honor of tho anniversary of
the Fall of tho Bastilo tho men of
war iu port mduled al noon today
and were gay with bunting.
Tho collier O O Funk has boon
yanked nrouud tho Einau wharf
to make a berth for tbo Oriental
liner Gaelic at tho mail wharf.
Tho steamer Waialcale camo in
last night from Hanalei with 1219
bags of paddy for Hymau Bros
and 1319 bags of paddy for Sing
The steamer Mauna Loa arrived
in from Eona and Kau this morn
ing with a load of sugar and codoo
and a long list of pnssengors. Tho
volcano is smoking but very
Tho O & O S S Gaelic, com
mander Win Finch, docked at tho
Mail wharf at G:o0 o'clock yestor
day oveniug, C days and 3 hours
from San Franoisco. The Gaelic
brings no freight but a number of
passeugerB to this port and will
sail for Yokohama at 5 o'clock
A wild cow created some con
sternation on Oceanic wharf at an
early hoar this morning by cut
ting sugar bags and every thing
else that came in her way. She
belonged to Maunalua Ranch near
Koko Head and was evidently
werking her way back to Mauna
lna and got bewildered in tho
From San Francisco, per O &
OSS Gaelic, July 13 Mr and
Mrs Herbert Wallia, W D Bald
win, Captain Thos Porter, H
Laning, G R Domett, Albert F
Judd, Jr, J J'udd, Hon H A Wide
maun, Mrs Geo O Perkins and
nurse, Fred K Porkins, M J Mc
Cormack, W R Oastlo, Jr, A D
MaLellan, Mrs Harry Holmes, Mr
and Mrs Larz Auderaou, Miss
Elin Carlson, M Westgute, G
Pollitz, H Y Stillman and E S
From Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Manna Loa, July 14 0 M
Walton, wife and son, A B Loo
benstein, O F True, H Poulmanu,
W F Wilson, J Cooipor, L M
Votleson, C W Diokey, D D Bald
win, Mnstor Edward Dovorill, Mrs
J D Johnstou, Mibb Scott, Mis
Enuhelani, Mrs A Ihihi, Master
William Ayers, G G Leong, L A
Ohoy, Mrs S Nowlein, Mastor
Richard Nowloin, Miss M Doher
ty, Misq Eapiudn, Mnbtor D Es
pindn, and (J5 on dock.
From Kanai, per stmr Kauai,
July 11 W E Howell, Mrs Scott
and 5 deck.
For Kauai ports, per stmr
WG Hall, J uly 18 W 11 Godfrey,
Jr, Miss R H Green, Miss Hardy,
MUh Angelina Wallaco, Miss
Haslacher, Mrs W M Smith, D W
J umes, J i) 1'rogloan, Miss Oly
mer, Mibb Adeline Joouen, Mrs F
V Cartoraud children; G N Wil
cov, O B Makee aud wife, Master
Hatfield, Miss Florence Dovorill,
R Nagawa, Ming Lena Devorill,
Father Emraeran, May Kaaloa,
John Kellott, H P Ealau
koa and wife and 23 on deok.
For Yokulibina und Hongkong,
per O & O S 8 Gaolio, July 14
Mr Higoroshi.wifo and ohild, and
a nnrabor of Asiatics in steerage,
The finest of breakfast sausageB
are to bo had at tho Ceutral Moat
Market on Nuuauu avouuo. Tolo
MMIW WllillWI ti0 apili WllHt
i SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE,
TtiieslUT, Jul; 13,
8lmr iVidalcale, Orenory, from porUon
Btmr Kacna, Parker, from ()lni (torti.
O O H 8 (Utile, Klncb, from Ban Frn
cltco, Wrdnkihiat, July 14.
8lmr Mouim l.oit, Blmcnon, from lUnnl
Btmr Kil, llrulin, from Knunl.
TUR81UY, Jul; 13.
Am bk AMcn Bcmc, Puller, for Ban Fran
cleo. Wkiinfsiiav, Jul; 14.
Btmr Kcaulioti, Thompson, for Hanamaulu,
at 4 i in.
Btmr Kni'im, Parkir, for Waialua, Puulkl
Btmr Keauliou, Thompson, for ports on
Am bk Albert. (Irltllths, for San Francisco.
O A O 8 8 Gaelic, Flncb, for China and
VE88EL8 LEAVINO TOMORROW.
BtmrNocau, l'elurniii, (or Honokaa, and
OAROOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Exattnr Nocau-4'110 bas sugar, IB bags
Er atmr Walalcolc 25S8 bags paddy.
Ex stmr Mauna Loa 4711 bai;a supur, 47
bags awa, 91 pkK hides, S3 head cattle, 125
Ex stmr Kauai 0272 bags sugar (KSM: F),
051 boR9suuir(UK. A), 40 bags rice, 1 bull
VESBELd IN POUT.
UBS Marlon, Book, Ban Dlcgo, March 19.
UBS Philadelphia, Cotton, Ban Olcgo, April
II 1 J M 8 NanWa Knn, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am echr Louts, Hutch, Newcastle.
Am bk Albert, Urlfllths, S F.
Ilnw bk Mauna Ala, Bmlth, Newcastle.
Am bk Chas II Kenny, Audcrson, New
castle. Am bk Palmjra, Keller, Port Gamble.
ilaw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Port Illakcly.
Am bk Colorado. Moimc, NowcaMlc.
Haw bk Iolanl, McClure, New York.
Am bk Hesper, Bodergrcn, Wcstport, N Z,
Am bktn C C Funk, Challcston, Newcastle.
Am ship Mury L Cushlug, Pundliton, Hong
Am hktu S Ni Castle, Hubbard, Ban Fran
cisco. Am bk 8 C Allen, Johnson, San Francisco,
Am bk Matilda. McKcnzlc, Port Illakcly.
Am ship Itoanokc, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, 8 F
Kr ship Urcnbllda, Baxter, Liverpool.
Am brlgt W G Irwin, Williams. 'Han Fran,
FOIIKIQN VF8BELB EXPECTED.
Voxels Where trom Due
Bk Nuuanu, New York
Or ship 11 F Glade,.... Bremen July SI
Am bk Edward May.. New York
Am ship Mary LCnshlng Japan
Am ship Commodore BF
Am ship Roanoke, Japan Due
Bchr Novelty Newcastle Due
District Deputy H H Williams
aud other grand-officers duly in
stalled the following newly elect
ed officers of Excolsior Lodgo No.
1, 1. O. O. F., last night:
Noble Grand Cbas S Crane.
Vice Grand Chas Wagner.
Secretary L L La Pierre.
Warden R P Myors.
Couduftor W D Alexander.
R S N G L Hough.
L S N G E Lofquist.
It S V G F Gortz.
L S V G J Hod-on.
R S STA M Mollis.
Chaplain Alex Mackintosh.
Guardian and Janitor E D
At the meeting of the Court
Camoes No. 8110, A. O. F., held
Inst night tho following officers
wore duly installed for tho presont
O It M. A Gonsalves.
SCR J G Silva.
R S-H H Williams.
T F W Wood.
S W-A F Souza.
J W- J A Rodrigues.
S B W Poreira.
J B S P Melira.
J F Eckardt, D H O R. '
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houao, 1C4 Fort street,
from S1.00 per wook up.
rtinvnln nlinPH. fltonkincrs. sweat-
ern, carrioro, etc., at tho Pacific
Oyclo aud Manufacturing Co.,
Lovo building, Fort street.
A bicycle cannot bo so badly
broken up that it cannot be mado
aa good as now by the Hawaiian
Cyolo and Manufacturing Co.
Teluphono No. CCC.
Don't be persuaded toaccopt
what is not really good in en
lai god portraits, just bocauso yon
have given nn order for one.
Kiug Bros, will givo you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can got any whoro olso
IMIt.t IM'AI, I'll.Ur.H,
Tim t'rt'i- nl IIMui Willi ami till-
rrrohlriil nf llm llnunllan
(From the Ronton Herald).
To the Editor of The Horald:
Tho articlo in your papor of June
24 headed "Bishop Willis and
Hawaii" suggests to mo some
thing I might say of that Angli
can prelato now iu England.
Last October I wont with tho
Hon. William O. Smith, attorney
general of the ropublio of Hawaii,
on an excursion to the island of
Hawaii, whoro ho was called on
official and government businoss.
Wo tarried at Jiohala. Among
those living there waH a young
curate of tho Church of England.
On Sunday I thought it would bo in
good taste for mo to attend servico
at the small cburoh of the town,
and so we all went there together.
To my astonishment, when,
during tho service, prayers wero
offered for her gracious majesty,
Queen Yiotoria, and also for the
Proaident of the United States, I
found there was no allusion made
to the President of the republic of
Hawaii, where wo wero, and
whose hospitalities and good gov
ernment we were enjoyiug.
I supposed, of courso, tLiis was
a moro accident, a mistake, but I
found later" that this remarkable
Bishop Willis of the Cburoh of
England had given instructions
all ovor the islands comprising
the republio of Hawaii, that no
prayers should be offered for the
head of tho nation of which ho
was a residont.
I am glad he Lbb gone to his
native England, and hope he will
remain there, and when, in a short
time, the Hawaiian islands shall
be un integral part of our country,
I trust he will not bo allowed to
land, should bo so desire, on a ter
ritory to whoso government he
has shown such a breach of de
cency and international polito
ness. Natuan ArrLETON.
BY POLICE .T CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms the s'ory com.
lug from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the rcleaee of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." He ne ashore on December
19 lost at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or In bottles at the
Phaelnna aud Biicglc.
If you are in need of a vehicle
of any description, inspect tho
8 lock of G. Sohuman at tho Club
StablPR. Ho keeps on band a full
lino of phaetons, surreys, buggies,
road wagons, and Frazier road
Mechanics' Home, corner Hottl
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or mouth Terms: 26
and 60 cents per night. $1, and
$1 25 ner wepk.
Sharkey will defeat Mnher if
he drinks the new O. P. S. Whis
koy that is just put on tho market
at the Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-and-Half and Seattle Beer."
City Carriage Co.. J. 8. And.
rade, manager. It you want a
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
UrwdB Hack at ull hourn.
Beforo giving your ordor for a
portrait, soo what Eing Bros,
havo to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whothor thoy can givo you tho
best value for your money or
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement we invito
your attention to tho superior
work wo offer and would, ask a
comparison ubf prices and work
manship before placing your
order. Eing Bros., Hotel street.
Singers load the world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for cxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenionno of ar
rangemont. B. Borgorson, agent,
16J Bethel streets.
Madam Yule, who lately ar
rived from the Coast, is located at
the Eagle House, Nuuanu street,
where she is prepared to per
manently romovo moles, warts and
suporlluouB hair, by electricity.
Sho has also for Balo an oxcollont
face bleach, warrantod not to in-
inrn tlin elfin. MllllllMl Yllln mnkPN
a specialty of olootrio treatment.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Works.
These, through good sorvice
nnd effective work on SUG A.R,
and RICE PLANTATIONS,
and else where, havo mado for
thomsplves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
Wo now prosont to tho pub
lic a full lino, as follows:
The C.&C.Eice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinnry use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light ana
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Money to Lend.
Upon real estate-security, only a
limited amount, on reasonable In
terest. Borrowers whose time la up
with other mortgagees, will do well
to confer with
Trustee, at Judiciary Building.
Subscribe for .tho Evening Bdl-
I letin 75 cents par month,
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