Newspaper Page Text
EVENING ItUfjTjKTIN, .TUTjY 2!, 1807.
From !New York:
' Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which wo ofl'er to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
S. W. LEDUIER,
BS2u Sold Cheap for Cash "tat
JSH" TTirrlirKf C!nsli "Prinn tviiiI fnr SJppnnrl-Tinnrl TTiirnifnrn
at the T X L, corner King and
m wt -r. m
J. M. WEBB'S
I, iNo. 316 Fort Street.
Hub just rocoivecl direct
from London u stool: oE tho.
famous F II. Ayre's Lnwn
Tenuis llackote, used at the
Enlinli, lrisli, Scotch mul
"Wolbli OliuiupiouBliip meet
iiiKB. An inspection is ooli
citcd. Always on hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Tnroputoh
Guitnns UlculoloB, Hawaiian
Sheet Muhic, Hawaiian Pho
tographic Yinwn, Lnixl nnrl
Boh HIioIIh, Hawaiian 1'uub in
croat vulioty, Uuriua, etu., His.,
frookri, Sluliuiiory and olllco
Prices Always TQgkfi
Jiveniny Jlullctin, 7tic. pit moi,
'iiiirtitfrtititrfn ijr TMrnwititntttMiitfMf i ifnrtttfi iM tnfiii'i
Corucr King find Nuu
Received per . . Australia
I The following list of Fresh Goods:
JtlelinioHri Straight Cnt, In quarter
All There, Ktc, Kto.
Also, a general uBsortmenl of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Ilramla.
FOK BALK AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H J. Norrrc,
DR. Q. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon ,
lUiMciire; 43S Punclilmwl tilrut.
Ilouii.i 3tau4 7f. . Tki.. WW.
LINMl MUANA ARKIVIJ I'M IHHItK
TO COLON I I.N.
II.1.J.M. lllycl iMPorl Vrorl lie
purl tVMalaaU Oomii- Other
Hem Atonrfttiore Todny.
The Bohooner Lavinia ia on tho
Tho bark II F Ilithot ia loading
sugar at Kiuau wharf.
Tho Bchooncr Viking ia dia
charging guano at tho Railway
The barkoutino 0 0 Funk left
at ouo o'clock thiB afturnoou for
Tlio stoamor Mikahala loaves
for Nawiliwili, Koloa aud Wni
meu tliia afternoon.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 4:27
ptn;high tidoBmall 4:20 a in; low
tide largo 9:25 a in; low tidu small
11:30 p m.
Tho steamer Kaala with rice
from Kahuku came in this morn
ing and departed to Waialua porta
The ship Mary L Gushing hav
ing becoming discouraged waiting
longor for the Mon nil's mail loft
at noon today for New York.
Tbo Koolau local steamer J A
Cummins was in with rice and
paddy from Kaneoho and Hooia,
tbunco tbis afternoon with a gen
Tbo steamer Noean with 4250
bags of sugar and "Schilling's
lieat," aud Baugb, tho only cabin
passeugor, arrived from Hamakuu
at noon today. Sbe returns to Jio
uokua tomorrow at 12 o'clock.
HUMS Hiyei, Captain Wye
mura Nagayorki, twenty-two days
from San Francisco, wastelophou
ed at an early hour this morning
and about ten o'clock entered the
channel, saluted tbo flag and came
to anchorage about ten o'clock
ewa of H I J M Naniwa. Tbo
Hiyei, which is a training ship
full of apprentices, will remain
hero about three weeks, hence to
Tacoma, July 9 Nothing furth
er of a definite nature has been
learned of the supposed loss of
tbo four-masted iron ship Glenor
cby, Captain Barron. Tho wreck
age picked up by tbo Indiana at
Woody Point points to a total loss
of tbo vessel, probably with all
on board. Tho Gleuorchy last
loaded lumber at Fort Blukoly in
December, which was safely car
ried to Fort Pirie, Australia. Ship
pera state they thought the Gleu
orchy bad been berthed for the
United Kingdom from Port Pirie,
but tbo evidence of wreckage
shows she might have received a
change of orders aud put back for
a return voyage to the Sound.
There is absolutely nothing to be
learnod concerning olliuers and
From Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
July 29 W H liangh and 2 on
For Kauai, per stmr James Ma
kee, July 28 Mist.es Walker 2,
H Iseubsrg, Miss Duncan.
TnuilSDAY, July 29.
Stmr Kaala, Moalicr, from Oaliu ports.
Httnr .1 A Cummin? Heaile, Irnm Oalm
II 1 .Ml S HIjcl.Wj ciu lira NujjijorKl.froin
StwrNottau, Peterson, trom Him nil.
U Jl 8 Moana, Uurcj, dan Francisco.
Am hktnOGFunk, Cliallcaton, for Puijet
Am liln Mary LCiiiIiImr, Pendleton, for
Stmr llflene, Freeman, for Mulmknna.I.nu.
iiuliuclioo, I'liaulimi, KuKalau, llounlilna, Ha
kahili, Ooknln, lluiioiim mul PoliaKuiiianii, tit
4 p m.
dtmr Koala, Mosliur, for Wiilalun poita
Hlinr MlUalnla, 'lliompaon, tor NuhIIIhIII,
IColuu unil Wolinea,
Stmr J A Uummlnt, Kearlc, for Oauu
tiilir Mol Wnliiiui, for Pusullii,
VEsal:r.a lkavino tomouuow.
Sim r Klinii, Clai'iv. Tiir Muul ami Ha
Hlrnr Not'ati, PLlcraan, for Lalialim, Ho.
liokuu, unJ Kukulliaeli',
I.K lmr KbuIu Ii'U'J x puilily for .1 A
Hopper, 170 x I lit) for lljinaii ilro. iliitx
rim (or Wouk KhuI, ViUki It lumlivr for Allen
Kx unirNiieuii I .'Ml in'' (PriM) tiifur
lor r A Uilimfvr A Vu,
UMtMUI.IIH til1 HO A.
'Ilm Irliu (lii' rmi IIIU l III"'
It would bo banl to find nnotlior
plnoo ou earth wboro you could
moot bo many nationalities globe
trotlers, and othor intorpating
obaractors, many of thom intolli-
cont, speaking soveral languageB,
saya tbe Kona Echo. They go all
ovor tlio worm, come nere, mnrry
a nutivo woman, bgUIo down to a
haiinv domestic life, cot fat on poi
and bo unfit thomsolves for roving.
Bciijamiu Lenorio,callcd "polico
Bain." ono of Kona's best mount
ed police, left bia homo when 9
years old on a Spanish war vessel.
After serving hia time he enlisted
ou an English man-of-war, then
ngain on a Fronoh gunboat. Fond
of clianco, aa Boon as ho got free
from hia French commission ho
boarded ono of Uncle Sam' big I
fighting vessel and naw boiuo !
fiction during tlio civil war. wet
ting accustomed to tlio roaring of
tbe cannon, like the Irishman
usod to hauuiug, be found it
rather tamo and, after tho war was
over, tried wlniliiu' along tue
Greonlaud coast. Here ho saw
bis boat crushed to a thousand
pieces in tho ico and whalesawitob
ing their tails a few feet from him.
He has coasted most countries of
tho world, aud baa boou in their
bin cities. Ho baa enjoyed tbe
extremes of ovorywhpro, even to
being near botb poles, "irom
Greenland's icy mountains to In
dia's coral strands, Where Afrio's
sunny fountains wash down tbo
golden sands." Bain has been
never sick, never hungry, for bo
has usually benn cook Ho is
now settled down in Kona, mar
ried to a good nativo wile, enjoy
ing himself most when dasbing
along tho roud on a fleet horso, or
mounted at the door of tho court
house in presence of tho learned
judge. Although a good citizen
of Hawaii, Baiu is proud of bia
Spanish blood and if you want to
see him dance liko children
around a May-pole, show him tbe
flag of Spain floating in the
Another interesting character
often seen on the street of Kailua,
is James Smith, Bis feet high,
muscular body, easy manners,
regular features, clear blue eyes,
manly voice, showing that of tbe
many Smiths, big and little of this
wido world, James could belong
to none other than the Smiths of
Banff, Scotland. There be ato
porridgo and now he likes poi.
Served in tbe Union bank, plow
ed tbo briny deep for years,
Tho lircal.iug uuves clashoil high
On a stern aud rock-bound coast,
drifted to Hawaii, gave his Scotch
heart to a beautiful native wabine,
and settled down in balmy-aired,
coffee-clad Kona. He has held
many important positions, even
iu tho "I'aradise of the Pacific,"
euch as luna on plantations, luua
on roads, mauager of commercial
establishments, etc. Such is life.
m m m
Tho enthusiasm on Bryan's ap
pearance was immense, of course,
says a report in tho Chronicle.
There were fully 5000 people
present, and their greeting lacked
nothing in cordiality. They
laughed at his stories, oheered tbe
one or two Hashes in tho pan that
reminded them of the promised
oratory, aud appreciated the ap
parent sincority and Bimplioity of
tbe man. "When he broke into a
homely Southern aocent aud stum
bled aud tripped over "conglom
erate" they but liked him the bet
tor. When iio twisted tbe British
liou'a tail and accused the gold
buga of coquetting with foroignerB
Buino one ciiod, ,lDovu with Joliu
ny Bulll" and when bo snid .that
if tbe United Statos were to bo
Hooded with silver ho was willing
to havo it all piled ou a five aero
lot he owns somowhero in Nebras
ka, they loved him for bis simpli
city. His boat story was of tho
Irishman who said the Democrats
"belaved iu sixteen to one, and tho
ItupublicuuB iu uothiug to ate."
The finest of broakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Ceutral Moat
Mai hot on ruiuauu avonuo. Tolo
Our work ib better aud our
pricos aro lower for enlarged
portrait work than auyouo oIho'b,
Wo aro not making much at it.
but don't lot that worry you, If
you havn anything iu thin lino to
iio done uoo our samples first,
nnd you won't rogrot it, King
JJrou,, 110 llotol utroot.
Now located at Fort nnd llcrctnuln
HtteetA, Wnrlng lllock.
Now prepared to do
In tbo Latest Btylen.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERC0L0RS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
I3T A complctu line "f Krame
Mouldings nt reMMiimljie price.
Are given FltEB.
RT One neat Mantel Frame given
away with each dozen Cutiluetn.
Waring Block, Fort aud Beietnnla
Streets. 050 If
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting tho story
about the exclusive hatter's
five-dollar hat boing better
thou ours at two fifty,
becauBO his name is inBide.
If we could put old headaon young
shoulders, tboro'd bo but one Btoro
in town spiling clothes for little
fellows. It takes an old bead to
know wbat'B beat in clothea.
Today's offerings ore a Btudy
9 Hotel Street
Apents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bend fnr Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
I will nell Ht imlillo sale on SEP
TEMBER 20, 1897, If not sooner ill
posed nf at private 8le, all of tbo
Building known as "Independence
Park Pavilion " If so de-lred ly Iu
tending puruhaHers the Urge Dining
room m it v be sold separately liom tbe
Main Building. Ain, at the saaie
time aud place l2doz Foliting Chalrx,
Tables, WasliKtMti s, Water Plpox,
eto. Term-: $100 or under, chbIi;
over S100, ca-h ur 00 d-tys with unod
approv. d note. drawing 8 percent" in
terest Tbe above buildings and ma
teiia's to bo removed within 30 day
from date of tale. Tbe premises will
at xll times be open fnr Inspection.
657 lm J. N. WRIOHT.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Class VSeaIs, - - 25c.
New CnoVs and New Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BURY,
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Boretaula & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of nil Kinds.
Fino New Zealand Potatees
always on Bund.
Borgliinn Seed, Al fill Is Seed,
Hook Bait, Eta , Kto.
Corner King and Alulea Streets,
Honolulu, If, I.
Mrs. A, Sclimcdcii Proprietress,
llomns KiihiiIIq and Hlugle, with
Board, (rum fo W pur week, acourdlng
to it'ijnlreuieutk of tlio utunU.
The only Hoof Prnnii'Ubild (lurdun
In i lm tiliy. OKD, OAVKNAOM,
Tulepliouu HSI, i t t Mmmgar,
MANUl'AOTUItKH 11V THK
Oliver Bros.' Plov4roife
These, throuprli g0,d service
and efffctivo work on SUGAR
and RICE P L A NTATIONS,
and olsowhere. havo nindo for
tliPtnselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
Wo now prosent to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
"'"'Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: 6, 8 nnd 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Theo. C. Porter and E. D. Tenney,
Exeoiltnrs ol the will of M Goldberg,
deceased, having tiled their 11 ual ac
count In tho Probate Court and re
ceived tlitdr illfoharge, Iihvh assigned
all the acenuntR, noten, aeeeplunoes
aud property of tlio said M. Goldberg,
ilcnraed, ti 'rs. Ma L'ln-Mierjf, of
Cleveland, Ohio, sole ilevleu under
tlie will uf the said M Oidillirrt,', de
ceased, aud the said Ida LauUHbenr
lias given the uiidrluiied a, full
power o( attorney to collect all dubts
duo said estate, therefore payment Is
hereby demanded from all persons
liy her Altoniev lu-iaul,
July 11!, lbU7. W7-II