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RVEN1N0 nULLETIN, JUIjY JH, 1807.
FL0TSA1V1 AND JETSAM . SHIPP1MG INTELLIGENCE,
ONLY FOUND ON THE
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From DSTew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoc, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, and which we offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
s. w. LEnnumt,
Virwv- rl 11 r irt A ll' -
8- Sold Cheap
jgT Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at tho I X L, corner King and Nunanu Ftreets.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Ilub jual received direct
from London a stock of tho
famous F. H. Ajto'b Lawn
Tonniu Buckots, ueod at the
English, liiah, Seoteh and
"Velah OliampiouBhip meet
iuu'B. An inRpection is soli
cited. Alwayo on hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Tnropatch
GuilarK, Ukuleles, lluwuiiau
.Sheet Mubic. Hawaiian Plio-
tograt.i. iowb. Land uiuH
boa ohnlle, Hawaiian iaus m
great variety, Curios, etc., oto.,
Souks, Stationery and oflico
Prices Always "Sfejtfi
Corner KIdr nnd Nuu
i - i - wivi iiiiffN vI A.11
for Cash "a
Received per $. . Australia
I The following list of Fresh Goods:
Illi!ln:rv)! Straight Cut, In quarter
All There, Etc., Etc.
Also, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOH S A 1,12 AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
U J. NOLTE,
""t ln Pioprielor.
DR. Q. WALDO BDRQESS,
Physician and SurgBnn.
Kfldcnco; i&i 1'uih.IiIhihI Strcit.
Holiik; a to 5 auil 7 l' si.
THK lUIHOOMKK MRrilA XM.MI.M
Mlnnr.R I.ADKX AHRIVM,
OaIiii niemrti In fort WsUlenU
Rark-Th U ft ) Plata Condemned
-Other Item Alni;linr.
Tho bark Freano is discharging
lumber at new Fort street.
Tho steamer Kaala with paddy
from Waialua arrived this morn
ing. Tomorrow, high tide largo 6:21
pm;high tidesmall G:10a m; low
tide largo 10:00 a m; low tidu small
Tho steamor Waialealo with
2012 bags of sugar from tho Ku
kuilmelo Sutzar Mills for Sohaefor
fc Co arrived at noon today.
Tho ship lloanoko loft this
afternoon with a big sugar carjjo
for New York, consisting of 71),
8!)7 bags of sugar weighing 1507
Tho American schooner Metba
Nelson, llice master, '27 days from
tho Sound, docked at the railway
wharf last evening with lumber
for the Oahu Building and Loan
Tho Pacific Coast Marino Re
cord of July 21 contains tho full
text of tho Hawaiian Supremo
Court's decision on the salvage
cttso of Wilder's Steamship Co vs.
Tho ship John Ena will go to
the Union Iron Works dry doek
today for a cleaning and painting.
As soon as suo comes off she will
go to the Sound to load lumber
for Port Pirie S F Chronicle,
Tho United States steamer
Alert, with the old Government
gunboat Piuta in tow, arrived in
port yesterday from Sitka. The
Piuta has been for years in Alas
kan waters and Bhe long ago out
lived her usefulness. For mouths
sho has lain in the harbor at Sit
kn and about a month ago tho
Alert was sent north to bring her
down to the navy yard, where she
win oe piocea in rotten row and
allowed to mingle her bones with
the other old war ehips that faded
before the advent of the new
navy type of fighting machines.
The Piuta was left at an anchor
off Sausalito until arrangements
are made to tow her to the marine
graveyard at Mare island. S F
Chronicle, July 14.
Tho following items from Japan
were lately published at Victoria:
Jiji remarks, in reference to tho
difficulty with Hawaii, that tho
government at Honolulu is somo
what Brtuey and not the least inti
midated by tho presence of the
warship Nauiwa in those waters.
It believes that Japan will not dare
to adopt bo extreme a measure as
to go to war with bo small a coun
try, being ashamed to do so. It is
this that pauses Hawaii to hIiow
such a bold front. It iH a pity
that this should bo so, for if Ha
waii goes too far Japan will cer
tainly bo compelled to chastiso
Japanese laborers who were re
fused admittance into Hawaii, and
who wor- to bo eout to Brazil, have
declined to go there.
Sliil.ce I.luitil Concert.
Following is th program of the
baud concert at Mukeo Inland to
morrow aftei noon, commencing at
The Old Hundred.
Introduction Co ronutinn Me) i-ruver
0ertnre Star of tliuNnrtti Meyerbeer
1'aniatU Tnrclillutit Procession..! Meyerbeer
selection Operatic tleraa Mcjerbecr
Cornet Solo KverlaMlne Day ...Bevan
Variatloni My Old Kentucky Home....
l'arttiliiac Hen Holt Hrode
Fluule Fanl.ire Mllltalre Aecher
At Hit ill ii Square.
The string orchestra of the
Government band will rondor the
following BolectionB at Emma
Bquaro this aftornoon, commenc
ing at l:a0:
llareli -Uvllsoluutl ZlUnuu
Overturn- -Diadem Herman
Waltz Illrd of I'ajaagB Faust
Medley -NlL'ht Iteveli Uallnur
l'lnalu 11 'Umuturu ,,., Verdi
Selection Army Chaplain Mlllocker
' Hauall I'oi.ol
Thd potty officers of tho U.S.
S. Philadelphia givo a Hiuokcr at
tho Queen this evening.
Vhiiiat, July 30.
8lmr Kaala. Moshcr, from Oahu porta.
Am chr Mctli Nelion, Itlce, from Ta-
8chr Kaulllua, from windward.
etmr J A Cummin, Scailc, from Oahu
BtmrtValalealc. OrfRory. from Knkulliaele,
8ATU1WAT, July 31.
Am tlilp Iloanokc. Hamilton, for New
VESSELS M'.AVINO MONDAY.
Stmr Kaaln, Moclicr, for Kahiiku and Pu
ualuii, at ln in.
Stmr Knonn, Parker, for Waialua, l'uulkl
and Mokulcle, at 10 n m.
V.x tmr Kacna 5V) bigs aiiKar,
Ex stmr Kmln 2VI3 aack paddy.
Ki Metha Ni'Uoii-tii.TCS pes lumber CS3
bdlslath, 'J Id bdl plcuets. SJ bdls shingles,
1 II igpole for O 11 & LCi
I'.x bn rk Fresno ?5 iiu nN'WL,umber,8',m ft
ilrc.-H'd luinber, Im lath. USJJm slitnles,
UJuU pickets l.enurs nnd Cuoko.
FKHNANDF.Z-(IONSAl.VE3-In Pan Fran
cisco. July 0, IS',17, by the llev. Ocorno
V Ileatty, AiiKiift H Fcmandox and
Miss Irralua Gunkalves, both of Hono
lulu. Cliroiilclo Approve Arbitration.
Tho dispute with Japan which
Hawaii wants to submit to arbi
tration is that which concerns in
demnity for tho turning back of
coolie immigrants. As the issue
hinges upon the text of a treaty
and the rights of both countries
uudor international law, there is
no reason why it should not bo
referred to some neutral power for
settletneut. Tho report that Japan
will agree to the Hawaiian propo
sals is a gratifying sign of relief
from a strained situation. S. F.
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement we invite
your attention to tho superior
work wo offor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
The under-lciied naruol as execu
trix in the will of Samuel J Bailey,
late of Honolulu, decfaned, having
been duly authorized (o perform the
duiien nf Executrix of cald will by
the Circuit Court of the First Clicult,
hereby i.otillea nil perxoua having
ultkitu- iigulimt tll etttate of the said
Siimnel J Bailey, deceased, to preeut
the (mine with vouchers duly authen
ticated, even thouuh the fa inn be He
cured by mortgage upon roil estate, to
iu-r at the otllcn of J Alfred Magon!),
Men-hunt street, Honolulu, within
i-lx (0) mouths from the date hen-of,
or cui-li claims will be forever barred.
All persons Inder-ted to bhIi! entate
are hIpo untllled and directed to pay
buch debti- to 'in. ExHOiitiix otilv.
Executrix under the will of Samuel
J. Hall.-j, deceased. 655 4 1
In best "ready-made" t
you're miles ahead
of a cheap tailor man.
Blocks ahead ot the
high price tailor man.
We btinw them both,
cause turning now leaves
brought them to us. '
R-udy to prove it to you
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerley BlOCk
Agents for Pr. Delmel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Havini! been this, day appointed by
Her Majesty til" Queen Dowager Ku
lilolani, as Agent (Kouolilki) ot the
KIsherleH of Hutiuuma and Awnwti
inalu, obtained by her under leue
fr m tho T'tistees of the B 1 IMhnp
EsUle, exteiidlug from Mak&iiuu
1'oltit to Koko Head to tho South of
this Island, I hereby warn all from
INhluK In or tiepaHshig upon the
si me without first obtaining pt-rml.
Anyone disregarding thU uotluo
will he prosecuted to the fullest ex
tent of the law.
Honolulu, July t!8, 1897. 072 lm
Now located nt Fort nnd Bcretnula
BlicelH, Wuring Block.
Now prepared to do
Id the LUtt Styles.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Dozen
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upwnrd.
1ST A complete line of frame
Mouldings at reasouahlH price.
Sittings for Eiilnrjpii'iit
Are given KItEE.
Er" One neat Mantel Frame given
away with each 'dozen Cabluetc.
Waring Blook, Fort and Beielanla
Streets. 050 tf
Independence Park Pavilion
I will oell at publlo pale on SEP
TEMBEB 29, 1897, if not i-onner dis
posed of at private sile, nit of the
Building- knoivti ua "Iudept-iMkiicu
lark Pavilion." If so riclrcd by In
tending purchasers the large Dining
room in Iih sold separately fiom the
Main Building AN, at th same
time and pi ac l2doz Foli'ing Chairs,
Tables, Washslau s, Water Pipes,
ctu. Terni: $li)0 or under, cash:
over $100, ca-h or 00 days with unod
approvid notes drawing 8 percent In
terest The above bulldlngx and ma
teiia's to be removed within 30 day
from date of rale. The premises will
at nil times bo open for lu-pectlnn.
6o7 lm J. N. W BIGHT.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Class leals, - - 25c
New Cooks and New Wnitors,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
645 If Mauager.
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Boretaiiia & Punchbowl Stroots.
Al Hay, Grain and Peed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Eland.
Sorghum Sood, Alfalfa Seed,
ltook Bait, Eto , Etc
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Sc&meflen Proprietress.
Rooms Ensulte and Single, with
Board, from $5 50 per week, uuuordlng
to requirements of the yliests.
Tiie only Roof Promenade Garden
In the eiiy. OEO. (1AVEMAQH,
Telephone 651 : : : Maimer,
For Rent Elegantly Fur
A Residence on Beretania, near
Pensacola etreet, in Honolulu, con
taining doutilo parlors, two largo bed
rooms, dining room, sewing room,
kttoh'-n, pantry, storeroom and hath
room, lu the yard is a 2Ro'iui Cot'
tage, stable for two burses and car
riage bouse. The yard Is planted with
rare and beaut Ifuf flowers, shrubs and
shade trees. Buildings and grouuds
In peifect order. Apnly to
J. ALFRED toAGOON,
009-1 w Next Post Olllce.
House and Lot For Bale.
On Young street, town side nf
Thnmas biiuure, New Houeo of six
rooms, Including parlor, threo bed
rooms, dinlng-rnom uiid kltohcn,,lath
and servant's room, sheds and' gut
bouses. Lot 83 feet front by 151 feet
deep, gsrilmi and fruit hearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or In
at M. H. GrlnbAUtu &. Co.'s.
.MANUFAarUlIKI) 11V THE
Oliver M Plow Works..
Those, through good service
and effective work on SUGAR
and RICE P L ANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have umde for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft nnd in
Wo now prosent to the pub
he a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
"Mado for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: C, 8 nnd 10 Inches. For
. heavier work.
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Tlieo. O. Porter and E. D. Tenney,
Exenutnrs nf the will of M Goldberg,
deceased, huviug filed their llnul ac
count in the Probate Court and re
reived their discharge, liave assigned
all the acenuuts, notes, acceptances
and property of the said M. Goldberg,
deceased, to Mrs. Ida Laudsbeig, of
Cleveland, Ohio, sole devisee under
the will of the mid M Guldbt ru, tie
ceased, und the said Ida Laudsbercr
has given the undersigned a full
power of attorney to collect all debts
due said esttte, therefore payment is
hereby demanded from all persons
owing said estate.
By her Attorney lu-fact,
200 Merchant street.
July 12, 1807. 067-tf