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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 27, 1897.
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From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc,,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, aud which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Tho nndcrsisnod will 811 Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK anil INTERMEDIATE POINTS at specially
reduoed rates per " AUSTRALIA " leaving this port JULY 28TH
ONLY, aud arriving nt Sun Francisco August 4th. THESE
THROUGH TICKETS GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POINTS ON AUGUST 5TH AND
VffiF For further informajion
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
General Agents Oceanic Stonmship Co.
H. W. LEUEUEU,
Vnnftn A nrnnA TP
W. Sold Cheap for Cusli "a
&W Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho 1 X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
ififM-r - rf'""' -"-"
as to rates, etc., apply to-
Corner King and Nan-
- i - iivin,i - i - fTi - k Of A.11
LINER BELGIC ARRIVES
HARK CEYLON HKINtKl FI.OUB
PROM PBSET SOUND.
Ship Mary IChlnr Tnke Sugar to
Haw 1 nrk-LItt Veaaela Out To
Liner Moann tomorrow.
Bnnanns aro piling up on Ocea
The Gorman bark H F Glado is
anchored off Brewor's.
Russian war is keeping the na
tives busy nlong shore.
Tho steamer Mauna Lna left
with a lot of passengers aud a
general cargo for Kona this morn
ing. Tho barkontiue W H Dimond
with general merchandize consign
ed to Irwin & Company is duo at
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:32
pm;high tide Btnnll '2:50 n m; low
tide large 7:55 a in; low tidu small
10:37 p m.
The ship Mary L. Cushing,
Captain Pondloton, with 41,20-1
bugs of sugar for tho New York
refinery, leaves tomorrow after tho
Tho plot at tho foot of Allen
street is now in condition for the
sheds which will bo shortly erect
ed thoro to bo a continuation of
The vessels leaving tomorrow
aro tliu barkoutino Irmgard for
Shu Franoisco; tho barkontii) C
0 Funk and bark 0 B Kenny for
Pugot Sound; the steamer Morn
ing Star for the Soutii Seas and
the ship Mary L Cushing for Now
Tho O & OS S Belgic, Com
mander J H Rinder, moored to tho
Pacific Mail wharf at 7 o'clock
this morning with tho following
memoranda from Purser Nis wand
er; from Hongkong, Gth; Ainoy,
7th; Shanghai, 10th; Nagasaki,
12th; Kobe, 14th, and Yokohama,
10th. Passage from Yokohama,
10 days. Tho Belgic leaves for tho
Coast this afternoon.
Tho American baik Ceylon,
Calhoun master, with a cargo nf
flour and feedstuffs consigned to
Allen & Robinson, 23 days from
Seattle arrived in port this morn
ing and dockod at Allen street. It
is probable that tho Ceylon and
other vessels will bo regularly
employed hereafter in bringing
flour cargoes from tho Portland
Flouring Mills of Tacoma and tho
Novelty Flour Mills of Seattle.
One of the greatest mysteries of
tho sea of the last twenty years is
the fate of tho Japanese war ves
sel, tho Unobi Kan, which was lost
in the summer of 18S0. The vessel
was making her first trip from
France, whero sho was built, out
to Japan, aud the theory was that
she struck on a suukun rock near
tho entrance to tho Inland sea,
foundered aud wont down With nil
hands. Not a scrap of wrcckago
was ever found. Now news comes
from tho Pescadores, oil Formosa,
that a cabin door and scvoral othor
articles from tho vessel havo been
found in tho hut of a fisherman on
those islands. The natives told
tho Japancso polico ollicial who
omul these relics that a big ship
vent ashore in a great, storm nit
tho coast years ago. Exchange
From China and Japan, per O
.feOSS Bolgic, July 27 For Ho
nolulu: Dr F It Day, Mrs Lay,
Mr W F Allen, Mrs Allen, Mr
Wong Chow, Mr G B Reeves, Dr
P Grouser. Mis Grosser, Mr T D
Leonard, MrsMFarhor, lChineso
in European, 05 Ohineso and 45
ilaimueso in native steerage.
Through: Hon Edwin Dun Pcx-U
8 Minister, Miss Dun, Mr V F
Sands, Mrs J M Shotwell, Mrs
Jus W Scott, Mrs L F Selfridge,
Mr A Adelsdorfer, Mr Paul Au
toine, Mr H Brewer, Dr Jno Fryer,
Mr W Knhlrantz, Sir F Lohmann,
Mr E E Maorogordato, Mr J W
Snyder, Rev Mr MoVoy, Mrs Mo
Vey, Capt E Stonholm, aud 7 Eu
ropean, 145 Chinese, 13 Japanoso
For Maui and Hawaii, pv Bluir
Mnnn. fjoa, July 27 Volcano:
Mr and Mrs E II Wodolumsp,Prof
Riohards. Way ports: John Bol
ster, C T Day, WE Kevin, Master
J Whitnoy, Mrs Hoso, 11 IIoso, 11
Harrison, Judgo Carter, Dr Max
well, J F Brown, S Koliinoi, Mrs
Mary Sylva. F Lambreohtson.
Thoo Hoffmann and wife, Miss A J
S MeWnvne, V Bcrlowitz, M F
Scott and 00 dock.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine,
July 27 Father Francis, Miss D
Carmo, Mrs Hastaker, Miss Has
taker, J B Alexander and wife,
MoBtor Bolto, Mastor Hedomann,
Mrs Sturgeon, Misa Sturgeon,
Dorcas Aikue, Sarah Hakuole,
Miss Ohillingsworth, Miss Strate
moyer, Miss Deyo, Miss Rita
Schmidt, J Vincent, F R French,
C W Bridges and D D Baldwin.
For San Francisco, per O & O
S S Bolgio, July 27 Alfred Hart
well Jr and bride, Mr McOlellan,
M Schweitzer, Miss Ethel Mooro,
Miss Wellmau, Mrs C Fairchild,
Miss S Bailey, Z O Chntham.Capt
W Nelson, Samuel Parker, Samuel
Parker Jr, Miss Eva Parker, Miss
Tuesday, July 87.
O OSS Heinle. Htmlcr, from China and
Am ok Ccjlon, Cnllioun, from Seattle.
" TuKsiur, July 87.
8tmr Mnuna I.ou, Slinvrsou, for Maul and
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, for Labalna, Ho
nokaa, and Kukullmcle.
8trar Walalcalc, Orrgory, for bnliatna.
Stmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Molokal, Maul
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, nt .In til.
) Si O 8 8 lleltslc, Hinder, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIUIOW.
Am bktn Irmsard, Schmidt, for San Fran
cUen Am bktn 0 C Funk, Cliallcston, for PuRCt
Am lik Chas II Kenny, Anderson, for Pugct
Miss stmr Morning Star, Bray, for South
Am ship Mary L Cuslitng. Pendleton, for
OSS Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
Per ship Mary L dishing 41,304 bujea sugar
(5 Obtl.flis pounds;, Wm U Irwin & Co to lliv
American Sugar Kcdulm; Co.
VK8SKI.J IN POUT.
U S S Marlon. Hook, San Dlcgo, March 13.
U S S Philadelphia, Cotton, San Ulcgo, April
II 1 J M S Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II 11 M S Penguin, Field, FIJI.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Roanoke, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Dr ship Brcnhllila, Daxtcr, Liverpool.
Haw hk K P ltlllie', Thompson, S K.
Our ship II F Glade. Hacsloop. Dremen.
Am Kclir Vlklui;, Peterson, from Washington
Am lik Ceylon, Cullinun, Seattle,
J M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Has just roceived direct
from London a stock of tho
famous F. H. Ayro's Lawn
Tonuis Rackets, used at the
English, Irish, Scotch and
Welsh Championship meet
ings. An inspection is soli
cited. Always on hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Taropatch
Guitars, Ukuleles, Hawaiian
Sheet Music, Hawaiian Pho
tographic Viaws, Land and
Ken Shells, Ilaviiiun F;;na in
great variety, Curios, etc., etc.,
Books, Stationery and oflico
Prices Always Igltf
Notice Ih hereby glvon that the fol
lowing entruy lius Iiokii inipniunlt'd
In tliu Onvurtimetit Puutul lit MtU:ll;l,
1 Bay Horso bratuk'il X on Hie right
lii lid hip, white spot on the forolieuil,
also on tliu lioto, two forefeet, blauk,
hind feet white, fhnil nil rotintl.
Anil If tmch estroy Is not claimed
aud all pound nbarges satisfied on or
before SATURDAY, Aug. 7. 1897, at
12 o'clock noon, the same will be sold
on that date and hour to (be highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, H. L, July 23, 1807.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young street, town dido of
Thomas Square, New House of six
rooms, Including parlor, threo bed
roomt), dining-room uud kltubuti, butb
and servant's room, sheds uud out
bonsex. Ijot 83 feet front by 151 feet
iitep, (rurdtiii and fruit beurliit; trees.
Tlilo Kuarautcod perfect. Apply on
premUeH, or to
at M. K. (jiliibuuni iSi. (Jn.'s.
mi ' iriiii Afiff iiiiiiymiiili'iliffitirififrrT -iiitiiwHW '
Now located at Fort and Beretonla
Stteets, Waring Block.
Now prepared to do
la the Latest Styles.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
13T A complete line of Frame
Mouldings at reasonable prices.
Sittings for Eohpfiit
Are given FllEE.
CiT One neat Mantel Frame given
away with each dozen Cabinets.
Waring Block, Fort and BeMnnla
Streets. CM) tf
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting the story
about the exclusive hatter's
five-dollar hat being bettor
than ours at two fifty,
becauBO his nnmo is inside.
If we could putold headsonyouug
shoulders, thero'd be but one store
in town selling clothes for little
fellows. It takes un old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Today's offerings aro a study
9 Hotel Street : : Wayerley BlOCi
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Under wear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
I will self at public sale on SEP
TEMBEU 29, 18!)7, if not tooner dis
posed of at private axle, all of the
Buildings known as "Iudepeiidenue
1'ntk Pavilion." If so de-lred by In
tendiug purchasers the largo Dining
room may be sold separately fiom tho
Main Building. Also, at the Fame
time aud plaoH 12 doz. Fobiing Chains,
Tables, Washslun 'a, Water Plpe,
etc. Term-: $UX) or under, chsIi;
over $100, ca-h or 00 days with gooil
spprovrd notes drawing 8 percent ln
tereHt The above buildings and ma
tuiiais to be removed within 30 day
from date of i-ale. The premlt-es will
at nil times be open for iu-peetion.
657 lm J. N. WRTOHT
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Glass WeaIs, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
City Feed Store
L. II. DEE & CO.,
lierotania & l'nnohuowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Hnud.
Borglnim Soed, Alfalfa Seed,,
Book Bait, Eto, Etot
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I,
Mrs. A. ScliicilCu Proprietress,
Rooms Eimilto and Bingle, with
Hoard, from $" 50 nor week, according
to requirements of the tmesis.
The only Roof 'Promenade (larilon
In the. city. 0130. GAVENAUH,
Telephone 051. : ; : Mnuagar,
MANUFAOTUIIK1) BY THK
Oliver Bros.' Plow Work.
These, through good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
and RICE PLANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, havo nindo for
themselves a good reputntion.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
Wo now prosent to tho pub
lic a full lino, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Mado for light cultivation
nnd nil ordinary uso and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows aro both light and
Sizes: G, 8 nnd 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking nnd heavy plowing.
Theo. C Porter uud.E. I. Tenney,
Executors 'of the will of L Goldberg,
deceased, having filed their lluttl ac
count In the Probate Court and re
ceived their dincharge, have assigned
all tho accounts, notes, iicceptmces
and property of the said M, Goldberg,
deoeafed, to Mrs. Ida LumJsburg, of
Cleveland, Ohio, solo devlnee under
the will if the sal'1 M Goldberg, de
ceased, and the said Idtt Landsbcnr
has given the underMinicd a full
power of attorney to collect all debts
duo said eattte, there'ore payment Is
hereby demanded fiom all persons
owing said estate.
IDA LAN 1)3 II HUG,
By her Attorney licfaet,
ZW Murclmltl atiect.
July 12, 1697. 037-U