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ONLY FOUND ON THE
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, and which wo oiler to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Streets.
'"0' S. W. LEDERER,
B. Sold Cheap for Cash "a
3F Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Huo juBt received dirrrt
from London a stock of tho '
friraouB F. H. Ayro's Lawn
Tonnis luickots, ubou at tho
English, Irish, Scotch ami
WcIhIi UhunipionBhij meet
ings. An inspection is boH-
i cited. Always on liniitl.
Hawaiian Guitars, Tnropntah
GuitarH. Ukulnlps, Hawaiian
' r fJhoot Music, Hawaiian Pho
S tori.i.io VViB, Land niul
Sea Shells, Hawaiian Fans in
great variety, Curios, etc., etc.,
Books, Stationery and oflico
Prices Always Iiglit
Comer King and Nuu
Received per $. . Australia
, The following Hat of Freeh Goods:
nii'!mnnii Straight Cut, In quarter
All There, Ktc., Etc
aIho, a general assortment o(
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
for sale at the
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H J. NOLTI5.
COO lui Proprietor.
DR. G. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and SnrgBan.
ItcoMencc: 4!i8 I'uncliUoul Street.
Houiib; 3 to S u J 7 1', u. Tia. 8B3.
EVKN1N0 HUMjKTIN, .TUIjV 110, 1BH7,
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
TO HK (iMANMMI,
IllMmrn Knntit nnd Klnnn OM-Kur.
it a rrnm Ualnlna Olhr llriu
Fort streot wharf in boing ro
plankcd. Tho UBS llonnincton may nr
rivo in n weok from tito Coast.
Tim steamship Poru arrived in
Hongkong henca from this port,
Tho bark Fresno with a enrrjo
of lumber from tho Sound arrived
Tho stnatnor Koauhou with a
fow Kauai passengers arrived early
Tho steamer Kinnu took a biy
lot of passcnyors and froight to
Hilo this morning.
Tho 0 itfA S S AoraURi' arrivod
in Sydney July 18, and OSS Ma
riposa ou tho 20 Hi.
Tho U S S battleship Oregon
arrived in San Francisco July 20
from Fort Angeles.
The ship Louisiana, hence from
this port, arrived in Now What
com, WaBh, July 18.
Tho steamer Eilauca Hou
brought in a cargo of windward
Hawaii sugar and cofTeo this
Tomorrow, high tide largo 4:55
pmjlrigh tide small 5:00 a in; low
tide large 10:10 a m; low tide small
11:50 p in.
Tho schooner Robert Searles,
honce from this port, arrived at
Port Blakely, July 15, aud tho
sohoonor Esther Buhne Port
Townsend, July 14.
The barkentino Archer arrived
from Honolulu yesterdoy after a
rough trip. She ran into a heavy
northwest galo on tho way up and
her cargo shifted. S F Chronicle,
Tho American barkentino Kli
kitat is loading for Honolulu with
lumber at Port Gamble from Pope
aqd Talbot, and tho schooner
Mary Dodge brings lumber from
Eureka to Hilo.
The following vessels havo Bail
ed from San Francisco for this
port: Bark Andrew Welch, July
23; barkentino W H Dimond, July
17; barkentine S G Wilder, July
19, and ship Commodore, July 22.
The brig Cousuelo 20 days from
Mahukona arrived in San Fran
cisco, July 17; tho barkontiuo
Archer 22 days from this port,
arrived July 22, and the bark
lloderick Dhu 21 days from Hilo,
arrived July 17.
The ship3 W F Babcock and
Luzon, which sailed from Honolu
lu to New York, arrived in destin
ation, July 14 and 20 respectively.
Tho Bailors of tho W F Babcock
are seeking vcugeuuue on their
mate who maltreated them.
Washington, July 17 The Ha
waiian Government has given no
tice that no foreign-built vessels
will bo admitted to Hawaiian rcg
ister, pending action on the an
nexation treaty. Similar notice
was given in January, 1893, when
annexation was first proposed.
The bark Roderick Dhu is up
and loading general merchandize
in San Francisco for Hilo, the
burin Martha Davis and Mohican
and schooner Aloha, general mer
chandize for this port; the brig
Consuelo, general merchandizo for
Mubukoua, and the schooner Eva,
general merchandize to Kahului.
Wheu tho steamship China ar
rives from the Orient on Saturday
or ouudiiy next Uio Hawaiian fiag
will bo run up to her masthead as
quickly bb possible. A telegram
from London yosterflay stated that
O P Huntington had arranged for
tho steamer to get Hawaiian reg
ister. Tho Pacific Mail Company
has been desirous of gotting the
steamer under tho American flag
for a long time, but as she was
built iu Engluud this could not be
accomplished. There is no doubt
that the ptwimship was placed
under tho Hawuiian Hog for tho
purpose of getting it an American
regiater as soon as tho Hawaiian
islands were annexed by the Unit
ed States, and it is considered a
good bign thut'they will bo annex
od wheu the big corporation
shows that it believes annexation
will take place, When tho China
gots an Amoricau register buo will
be entitled to a subsidy of $2 a
mile as a mail carrier. Tho
steamers Azteo aud San Mateo of
tho Paoifiolmprovomeut Company
aro already under tho Hawaiian
flug.S F Ohrouiolo, July 21.
From Kauai, per slnir Krntiltnti,
July ilU-CImn (lay, Miss K (lay,
(I Allwon, U von llaintn, A H
Turner and II deck.
For tho Colonies, per It M
8 Monnn, July 29 Miss Buekey,
W Bngby, T Salmon, Chun Yon,
Chong Bun, On Liu, F L llolmos
and W O Peacock.
For Maui and Hawaii, por slinr
Kiuau, July 30 Volcano: Miss G
Cooke, Miss Campbell, Mrs Far
bur, Miss Bowe, J M While, W G
Cooke, G B Roves, T D Leonard
and W Fairbanks. Way ports
Miss Uiudley, Miss Donovan, Mrs
Bush and 3 children, Miss Lamp
man, Miss Seott, Mrs Baghy and
2 children, Mis Dr Uerbcrt,2 chit
dreu and sorvaut, Mrs Guun, Mb
Noonan. Miss Atkins, Mrd Pat-
ton, Miss Hill, Miss Greenwell,
MiHs Liuileuy, Mrs Dillingham
aud daughter, Jim C B Smith, .
Mrs A W Smith, Miss C Mosher, '
Miss M Boberts, Dr Whitney, II
M Wells, O S Lewis, J S Bailey,
G F Garland. Thus Wall, Wm
.Mutch, F Atkins, 11 W M Mist,
Mrs Geo Smithies, Miss Bickuell,
M Roberts, Piof A W Smith, O II
Swam, Mrs P Giosser, Mrs Peter
son,Miss Buchauau, W Fairbanks,
(J Uibson, Dr 1' Grosser, J B
Walker, E Beddell, A H May, W
P Boyd, V A Carvalho, Mr Wy
mon, Mrs T Hussey, Mrs W L
Ruse, Mis Gay, Mrs Croightou,
Miss S W Ostrom, Miss Myra
Ward, W L Stanley, D Shanks,
Mrs E D Teuney, 2 children and
servaut, L A Andrews, C Gay, M
J Soares, G W A Hapai, W J Gal
lagher and A Valentine.
Fit I DAT, July 30.
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, from ports on
Btmr Kneuu, Parker, from Walalua.
Slmr Kllaueu Uou, Weir, hom ports on
Am bk Fresno from Pugct Sound.
F)1IDAT, July 80.
Stmr Klnnii. Clui'ie. for Maul and Ha
Btmr Nocau, Peterson, for Latialna, llo
noKaa, nnd Kuhuluaelv.
Stmr Keauliou, Ttiompson, for Nawlll
wlll and llanamaulu.
Ei i 8 Monna 10 crates onions. 60 sx po
tatoes. 'J-l leu Iioihc L'notli. 1.5 boxes autuet.
I caos enttont. Sill cs truit, 12 ucu miaper, 10
eswuvo uii nuu general mcrcuanuizu
Ex stmr Kllauea Hou .IIS bai-s llonomu
s ii u-ar, 2 Mi b:ics Luupaliovliue sugar and 4'J
ujks euiKe ior r w uarnaru.
VKBSLLd IS l'OUT.
U 8 3 Marlon. Book. Ban Dleeo, March 13.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, tian UIcko, April
II 1 J M 8 Nanlnra Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
11 II M 8 Peimulu, Field, FIJI.
It I J M 8 Hlj el, Wemura Nasayorkl, 8F.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Koanokc, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Ilrstilp Urenhllda, Uaxtcr, I.lverpuol.
llnw bk It P nithet, Ttiompson, rt F.
Oor ship II F (Hade. Haesloop. Bremen.
Am rlir Vlklnc, Peterson, from Washington
Am bk Celon, Calhoun, Seattle,
FOIIKION VF8SEL8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Due
Am hktn Echo,...Puuet 8onnd July
Am K'hr Esther ituhne... .Eureka.. ..July
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt Gamble ...July
Am sehr Louisiana. ...PuKCt Sound. .July
Am sehr itobert dearies. Puj;ct riouiid.July
Am bktn 8 0 Wilder 3 F Jaly
Am sehr Aloha 8F July
Am bktn W 11 Dimund 8F July
Haw bk Ai.drciv Welch ....8 F July
Am bktn June L Stanford. NeivcastlcAUj;
llr bk Woolvhra... .Newcastle Aug
Am siliY Aloha ,8 F Au
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Javolin is, as wo havo always
claimed, a great race mare even if
she is full of that blood which so
many claim is "soft," Flaxtail.
This daughter of Creole was in a
paoing rnee at Peoria, 111,, July 7,
iu tho 2:09 class. There wero tho
followiug entries: Javelin, Choral,
Bright Light, Shenuau Clay, Hal
Orogo, Berkshire, Courier, Stella
and Agitato. Tho lattor was dis
tanced in the first heat. Javelin
was tho contending horse in ovory
heat and this is the way tho sum
mary roadjiJavolin 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 1;
time, 2:13fc 2:09J, 2:091, 2:11$,
2:14: and 2:11; the last heat was
decided tho following day, Choral
being the contending horso. Javo
lin i3 owned ut the Oukwood Purk
Stook Farm, Danvillo, Contra
Costa County. Breeder aud
Tho finest of breakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Central Moat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tolo
Now liH-nteil rtt Kort unit IteretMit
Hlteclfi, Worlng Illuek.
Now prepared to do
In tun Latest Btylei.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from ffl(X) upward.
.1r A complete lino of 'niino
Moulillngs at rt'ntoiinblH prlcce.
Sitliiigs for EDliirgcmcnl
Are given FUEK.
W One neat Muntel Kiame given
away with eaoli dozen UulilnetP.
Waring Hlnek, Fort and Heipfuulu
Streets. 0'ifl If
Independence Park Pavilion
I will sell Ht public oale on 8EP
TEMBKtl '29, 1697, If not i-ooner dl
poseil of ut private hiIh, all of tlie
Bullillni;' known ax "Iutlinvi(tirc
Park Pavilion " If to ricl.eil ty lu
teidln puraliBRers Hit luru Dining
room nin tit (told neimruti-ly )ioin'tlie
Mulu Uulldlug. Als?, ut tilt.' hn:uu
tlniHund pliion l2doz Foi. IngClmlrs,
Tabled, WasliHinu r, Winer PI pet,
eto. Term-: $li)0 or under, ohbIi:
over $100, ca-h or 00 d.vs with cnoil
approv. cl nntex drawing 8 perceui lu
ttreMt The above huildlngs and ma
teila's to be removed within 30 day
from date of tale. The premises will
at hII times tie open for Inspection.
657 lm J. N. WRIGHT
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Class Ieals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Wnitets,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA3URY,
045 tf Manager.
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Borotanla & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Band.
Sorghum Sood, Alfalfa Seod,
ltock Bait, Eto , Etc.
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. ScMea Proprietress.
Rooma Emulle aud Single, with
Board, fmm $5 60 per week, according
to requirement1 of the. guest.
The only Roof Promeninle Garden
lu the city. GEO. OAVEMAGH,
Telephone 664 : : : Mutmgor.
For Rent Elegantly Fur
A Residence ou BereUnla, near
Ponsacola .street, In Honolulu, con
taining double parlors, two large bed
moms, dlulng room, Bewlng room,
kllcb n, pantry, ctoreroom hih! Imth
room. In tho' yard is a 2-Room Cot
tage, stable for two horses and car
riage house. The yard Is planted with
rare aud beautiful flowero, ehrubs and
shade trees. Buildings aud grounds
lu polfeot order. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
609-1 w Next Post Olllce.
House and ''Lot For Sale.
On Young htreet, tn'ii side of
Tiiomad 8iuare, New House of six
roomB. IneludiuK narlor. three bed
rooms, dining-room aud kituhen, batlf
and servant's 'Voom. sheds and out-
houses. Lot 83 feet front by 151 feot
deep, garden and fruit beariui; trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or (o
at M. S. Grlnbauiu & Co.'s.
MANUKAOIUItKl) 11V T1IK
Oliver Bios.'-Flow Works.4
Tliefio, through good service
nnd cfTectivu work on SUGAR
nnd RICE P L ANTATIONS,
nlid elsewhere, linvo nindo for
tliiMiisclvps n good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scoiinng. light draft nnd in
Wp now prosont to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and all" ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
theso plows aro both light and
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes:w'12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
UT.'ifABU' U ZJXi'X'l'JJIltA . .a
Theo. O. Porter aud E. D. Tenn'ey,
Executors of the will of M Goldberg,
deceased, having filed thuir Uuul ac
count In the Piobate Court and re
ceived their dUcuarge, have unsigned
all the accounts, notes, "accept ncea
and property of the said M. Goldberg,
deceased, to Mrs. Ida Landsboig, of
Cleveland, Ohio, goto devisee under
the will of the bald M Goldberg, do
ceased, aud the said Ida Laudsberg
has given the uudemlgned a full
power of attorney to collect all debts
due said estate, therefore payment is
hereby demanded from all persona
owing said estate.
By her Attorney ln-fuct,
20G Merchant utreet.
July 12, 1897. 657-tf
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