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Prom !New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoc, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bag3, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which we offer to you nt very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
Tho undersigned will sell Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK and INTERMEDIATE POINTS at specially
reduced rntes per " AUSTRALIA " leaving this port JULY 28TH
ONLY, aud arriving at San Francisco August 4th. THESE
.THROUGH TICKETS GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POINTS ON AUGUST 5TH AND
JSaT" For further information i3 to rates, etc., apply 'to
Wm. Oh IRWIN & CO.,
General Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
8. W. LEDIUIKR,
Ru Sold Cheap for Cash "a
jT Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
tat tho I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Corner King and Nuu
I5VKN1N0 nUMiKTIN, .TUIiV 28,
MORNING STAR SKIPS
Till: NrKAMMl KINAII IJ 'I'llO.M
Departure nr tits AMMralln Nnllltig
Itthtyrd-rrraent o tti Rattle
Tho barks Santiago aud Anuio
JolitiRon aro nt Hilo.
Tho ship Mary L dialling is
waiting for tho Morula's mail. '
Tho Bteatnori Mikahala with
paddy from Waimea, Kauai, camo
m tins morning.
Tho Bchoonor Moiwahiuo arriv
ed lust night with a load of sugar
for tho ship Ronnoko.
Owing to tho sickness of (lie
Captain of tho O C Funk, it is
prohablo that vessel will not sail
Tomorrow, high tide largo -1:00
pmjhigh tidesmall IJ :-10 a m; low
tido largo 8:10 a in; low tide small
11:05 p m.
The atoamer James Makee with
419 bags of rico and paddy arriv
ed in port this morning and left
for windward Kauai tliis after
noon. The bnrkentino Irmgard with
1157 tons of eupar from tho com
bination agencies for tho San
Frnncisco refinery and valued at
$65,306 aud three passengers Bail
ed this afternoon foi tho Golden
Tho Kana Echo says: Captain
Hookuauui'a two-mast sloop was
broken to pieces along tho Koliala
coast a few days upo. Ho was tak
ing flour and barloy from Hilo to
Kailua. Loss from $3000 to $1000;
Tho Oceanio liner Australia
leaves at four o'clock this after
noon promptly for San Francisco.
All available freight and passeng
er room is taken. If tho Moana.
is telephoned tho Australia may
witit a few hours.
The missionary steamor Morn
ing Star with four passengers and
a lot of merchandize and provi
sions for various ports in Micro
nesia may leave this afternoon.
The regular prayers and services
will be held on board previous to
The steamer Kinau with 10,035
sacks of sugar, 465 sacks potatoes,
106 packages of hides, 16 bales
wool, 106 shoep, 60 hogs and othor
freight besides a big passenger
list arrived from Hilo and Hawaii
windward ports at an oarly hour
this morning. Tho volcano of
Kilauca is smoking still.
Araone the shipments per Ha
waiian bark Santiago, which arriv
ed at Hilo last week thence from
San Francisco, July 2, were: 7
tons beaiiH, 103 tons bone meal, 33
ctls barlev, 12,('00 bricks. Ill toiiri
rolled barley, 2809 saokB bran, 25
barrels cpmont, 380 cases canned
goods, 83 ctls com, 1085 tons fer
tilizer, 716 barrels flour, 134 pack
ages furniture, 310 bales hay, 113
packages hardware, 450 cases ke
rosene, 338 bales Bait, 49 ctls oats,
405 sacks middlings, 103 packages
machinery, 60 barrols lime aud 7
touB lard. Value of cargo $42,
Tho raagnificout silver service
scoured by tho citizouo of Oiogoa
as a testimonial to the battleship
Oregon, was formally presented by
Uio Uovernor of that State to Cap
tain Albert G Barker, command
ing the battleship and represent
ing the officers and crow of tho
Oregon, on the (!th of July at Port
land. liebi.! . Cnntniii Barker
wore present Captain C E Clark,
commanding tho monitor Monte
rey, Captain W II Whiting, corn
m muting tho monitor MomulnooU,
and mauy othor ollicers of these
vessolfl which wore at Portland.
Tho servico cousists of a punch
bowl and adjuncts which will bo
appreciated by the bou vivauts of
Honolulu if the Oregon comes
down this way.
From Kauai, per strar Mikahala,
July 28 Miss KKaui and 2 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makee, July 28 Mr W K Johnson
and 15 deck.
For San Franclbco, por bkluo
Irmgard, July 28 T H Polimus,
G L Soward, Mrs H 0 Roid.
From Hnwaii and Maui, por
stmr Kinau, July 28 Volcano: L
Audorbon oud wife, L Golhtz, Dr
E 8 Warner, H G Stillman, H
Wallin and wifo, Thro Wolff, Mion
M Kliimnim. Rev TI Ittenberc
nn 1 Ollir Hlilpinmi. Way porta:
Mi-n .Inliiimni, Mlm Paulding,
Mi Hnltln Forlipn, llnv V W Da
inoii, .luilunO W A llnpnl, i A
AmlrowH, O It Collins. V S Wlso,
F M Wnknflolil, II Kimloll, Jrtu
Gihb, E llarlinaiin, II O Austin,
M Nishi, N 0 Ohnn, G Knwngu
chi, O S Bradford, II Deacon nnd
son, Mrs Wo King, 3 children and
servant, V M Fuloher, Rov J Ka
wobo, Fathers Bonavonluin, Paul
and OHvor, MrB E Mihelonr. and
!) children, Mrs F Brown, Paul
Jorrelt, J 8 IIiuke, Mrs F Wnl
dron, II O Aiken and wifo, G S
Aiken, W Savidge, F 0 Baldwin,
V II Comwell Jr, Judge Froiir, A
B Wood, M Roborle, W Smith, T
Masuda, S Furuya, DA Loebou
stein and 174 deck.
For Micronesia, per stmr Morn
ing Star, July 28 Miss Jennie
Oliu, Mi'hb Charlotte Beulnli
Logan, Mhs Jescio Hoppin, Misa
For San FrnnoHco, por SS Aus
tralia, July 28 .Mrs II D Johnson
and two child i en. OH Bishop and
wife. Miss Bishop, Mrs Stock-
bridge, Mips MeComb, M Jacobs,
Miss Mary Ellis. Miss OE llray,
S Roth, Arthur Rice, Miss Ripley,
Misa Andrews, O B Ripley, H E
Coleman, E A Mclueruy, S I
Shaw, Miss Mary Shipraau, J Mc
Cloflkoy, Master Macfarlano, OiiaB
O Horger, Walter Macfarlauo,Frod
Baldwin, Geo R Ewart Jr, Miss
Abbie Campbell, Miss Alice Camp
bell, D A Loebensteiu, Geo Aiken,
H Deacon aud eon, Mien G Dow
sett, Miss II Macfarlane, Olga
Burger, tho Misses Macfarlane, W
li Godfrey Jr, 0 J Wall, I W Wil
cow aud wife, J Fernandez, J S
Gillespio. Prof Lyons, Dr Ray
mond, Edward Dowse!!, Misa Jen
nie GitTard, Mrs Geo H Fairchild
and buby, Miss M A Smith, Miss
Annie D Kollogg, Miss Elsie Wil
cox, J L White, E E Brown and
wifo, Mrs W W Wituani, Mr and
Mrs Lewis, Miss Lewis, A Aikon
and wife, Prof Hosmer, Jndco
Widemann, B Cartwright Jr, Mrs
B Cartwright, Miss Cartwright,
Wm Louisson, F W Macfarlane
and wife, Miss Mary Chamberlain,
Miss J McOrum, MissE Pomerov,
O A Brown, JL White and E
Wednesday, July 28.
Fclir MolWnlilno, from llanall.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
Stmr Jntiu's Mnkcc, Tullett, from ports
Am tik f'autluuu, , at Hilo.
Am bk Aunlu Jnlimon, Rugg, at Hilo,
Stmr Mlkalia'a, Tliompon, from Walmca,
Wednesday, July 28.
Am bktn Iramanl, Schmidt, lor San Fran
cisco Am bk C'lias II Kenny, Anderson, for Puget
Miss stmr Morning 8tar, Bray, for South
O 3 S Australia, lloudlette, for8an Fran
cisco. Stmr James Makec.Tullett, for Ilanalcl and
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOHIIOW.
Am bktn O C Funk, Cbalkston, for Pugct
Am ship .Mary L Cusblng, Pendleton, for
Stmr llelenc. Freeman, for Mabukona.Lau.
iiitlK.clioe, I'uuubuu, KuUnlau, llotiolilna, Ha
kuliiu, Ookala, llonomu and Pobakumanu, at
4 ji m.
r. stmr Mikahala IS93 sx paddy V Knud
sen In 11 Ton Holt.
Ex stmr Jnmes Makee-S89 bans paddy for
11 man llios, J.U bags rice for K 1. Yuen.
1 '"x flilp II F Glade TW-H pl.js sundries,
"0 1 tons coal and li),'UU bilcUs lur iluekleld
Ex stmr Kinau 1,0 sks sugar, 115 sks
potiitos, .l' sks corn, 1011 ikus lies, III bales
wool, 'li 0 slim'p, Uu liuus, 1 borsu, L bmvt and
!iJS pkgs suudrlus. r'
V.K lik 0'ylnii Uf.0 acl.t flour and bran
fur E K Adums. UUU bbls llmu lor T II Davles
A Uu, 4".:'l tits for Allen k Itobluson, 1000 sx
Hour for Davles it Co, 000 lulls sbhiKles, 'it) rs
l.rJ, :i cs lHins uud bacon, 113J sx osts, U'5
sx bran, t.iou ex Hour all for W C Sayro.
Ev bktne Irmgard 1U.8I0 '"ics of sujjar,
(S.UH.l'-'J pounds,) valued les.yitl. Skipped
by V A Scliaelcr & Co, Theo 11 Dsvles i Co,
C Urewer & Co and Castle & Cooke
OI.niN0-VKIUIlT At Hamakua, July 14,
K Epast Uldlnjr to Miss Amilo 'rllit.
FOUEIUN VF8SEI.B EXl'ECTJEp.
Vessels Where trom Due
Am bktn Eclio...,PuKCt Sound July
Am silir Esther TWbno....Euiuka,., .July
Am bktn Kllkltnt 1't (lamblo ...July
Am selir LuuUluiia.,.,lUKet Sound. .July
Am selir Hubert Suirles.l'uct Sound J ub J
Am bktn SO Wilder S F July
Arn scbr Aloha.... ... ,.S F .July
Am bklu W II Olmond ....8 F July
Haw bk Andrew Welch ,...SF July
Now locaUd st Kurt nml llcrr-Unls
BllcdK, WsrhiK Dluck.
Now prepsrnl to do
In the Latest Btyle.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
fcV A complete line of Frame
Mouldings nt rvtiHotialilu puci.
Sittings for Enlarge limit
Are given FItKE.
EiT One neat Mantel Frame given
away with each dozen Cabinet?.
Waring Block, Fort and Heintnnlii
Streets. 050 tf
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting tho story
about the nxclusivo hatter's
fivo-dollar hat being better
than ours at two fifty,
bucauBO his name is inBide.
If we could put old heads on young
shoulders, there'd be but one store
in town Bellini; clothes for little
fellows. It takes an old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Today's offerings aro a study
9 Hotel Street : : WaVCrlCy BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Dflmel'fl Linen-Mesh
Underwear. SeU'l fur Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
I will sell at imlillo sale on SEP
TEMBER 29, 1897, if not to-mt-r dis
posed of at private Nile, all of the
Buildings known as 'Independence
Pnlk Pavilion " If so ile-lred by In
tending iiureliasers the large Dining
room mav he sold separately (torn the
Main Building. Also, ut (be eaiie
time aud pluce 12 doz Fohduu Chairs,
Tables, WashstHti s, Waier Pipes,
etn. Term-: SliM) or umler, rhsIij
over $100, ca-h in 90 ilnjs wii tfi o I
approvid .notes drawing 8 percent In
terest The above buildings and ma
teila's to be removed withi 30 day
from date of hale. Tho premises will
at nil times be open for lnpeetinn.
657 lm J. N WRIGHT.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Class deals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Waiters,
Now Furniture nnd Dishes.
A. W. SEABUKY,
City Feed Store
L. ,H. DEE & CO.,
Hcrotnula .fe l'nuclibowl Streets.
Al ilay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kiuda.
Fine Now Zealand Potatoes
Always on Uiind.
Sorghum Seed, Alfalfa Seed,
Hock Salt, Eto , Etc.
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, If. T, (
Mrs. A, SchmedGn Proprietress,
i n nn nun m
Rooma Eneulto and Rlnglo, with
Boanl, fniin f5 CO per week, ueoonllng
to requirements of the quests.
Tho ouly Roof Promenaile Garden
In the city. GT30. OAVEN AG3,
Telephone 051. :; : Manager.
rVWistjasLssBwMsB tSfluT rJl7 j Y'
MANUFAOTUItKl) I1V THK
Olirep Bros.' Plow Worts.
Theso, through goorl service
find effective work on SUGAR
and RICE P h ANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have made for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
We now proscntto tho pub
He a full lino, as follows:
The C.&C. Bice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and all ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: G, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking nnd heavy plowing.
Theo. O. Porter and E. D. Tenney,
Executors of the will of M Gnlillmrg,
deceased, ImvliiK Wl" their llunl ao
count in the Piohate Court and re
relved their dlfcharui', have apfllgued
all the accouuls, notes, acnepUnces
and property of the aald M. Goldberg,
deceased, to Mrs. Ida Liindebcrur, of
Clevelnnd, Ohio, nolo devlnee under
the will "f the euld M Goldberx, de
ceaHod, and tho said Ida Lttuih-herg
baa given the uuderHlgntd a full
power of attorney to collrct all debts
due Bald estate, tuero'ore payment is
hereby demanded from all perdotiB
owing said eHtate.
By her Attorney iu-faci.
SOSl Meruhaut utieet.
July 12, 1897. 657-11
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