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K.VKN1N0 UUIjTjKTIN, AUCHJHT 2, 181)7.
'ONLY FOUND ON THE
P'rom New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
, Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo havo a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Stn ets.
S. W. LEDEKEB,
rm- Sold Cheap for Casli a
" Highest Cnsh Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
lias just rocoived direot
from London n stock of tho
famous F. H. Ayro's Luwn
Tennis Itackets, used nt the
English, Irish, Scotch and
Welsh Championship meet,
inqs. An inspection ' is soli
cited. Always on baud.
Hawaiian Guitnrs, Taropatch
Guitar, Ukuleles, .Hawaiian
Sheet Music, Hawaiian Pho
tographic Views, Laud and
Sen Shells, Hawaiian FauB in
croat varioty, Curios, etc., etc.,
Books, Stationery and ollico
Prices Always Igltf
Comer King ami Huu
Received per . . Australia
The following lint of Fresh Good:
IMohmoud Strulght Cut, lu quurici
I Duke's Cameos
All There, Etc., Klc.
Also, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands.
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
II. J. NOLTE,
DR. G. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgann.
Ilctlilciicc; 1ISS Punchbowl Street.
Hocus; 3 to 5 aud 7 t it, Tkl. 853,
MAMKKNTINE JANK h. NTANPONU
AMMIVM (AI, I,AKN.
The Hnndnr PUM-lliMa aathtrtd
from Foreign BMpiUbk-11, C.
Murluu (! Blllrt-Nolr.
Knhului harbor is empty.
Fino weather all around the
Kau-Kona liner Mauna Loa
The next mail to tho Coast will
bo tho Coptic on tho 15th.
Thn steamers Mokolii for Molo
kai aud Kilauoa llou for Olowalu
left this aftomoon.
II B M S Ponjjuin's officers and
crow uro regular attendants at
Sunday church services.
Tomorrow, high tidn largo 7:30
am, -high tidesmal! 0:10 p m; low
tide large 0:33 a m; low tido small
1:30 p m.
The British steamer Longships
left New York for Shanghai with
100,000 cases of potroleum, tho
largest cargo of oil over shipped
from that port.
Goorgo L Stratemeyor will by
request of the Executive, resume
his duties ns Port Surveyor pro
bably iu a few dayB and H O
Morton, the officiout actiug Port
Surveyor, be appointed to the
Gaugership which Stratemoyor
litis been filling.
Lalo last evening the Jane L
Stanford, American four-masted
.Imtkentnie, James A Johnson
master, with coal for Irwin &
Company arrived and docked at
now Fort street wharf 40 days
from Newcastle with 1530 tons of
coal. The Stanford reports rough
Tho British ship Saratoga has
been posted at Lloyd'B as "mis
sing." She was a fine steel ves
sel of 2134 tons register, built in
1892. and left New York on
An mist 20 last vear with a caroo
of cobo oil for Shanghai, since
which date nothing has been
heard of her. As much as 00
guineas per cent was paid for re
insurance. The San Francisco Launch Co
has just completed a 36 foot
launch for Dr McKenzie, fitted
with a 20 H P Union gos engine
at cost of S3500. A 50 foot launch
with a 45 II P Union gas ongino
to cost 87000 complete, is under
way. Mr Englebrecht, tho man
ager, reports his company as hav
ing done a very satisfactory busi
ness tho past year, having filled
orders for surf boats and luuuchos
for Central America and tho Ha
waiian islands, besides supplying
the local demands.
From Kauai, per Btmr Mikahala,
.iuiy ji jii uiusteu and four on
From Kauai, per Btmr James
Makee, July 31 Father Sylvester
and 140 on deck.
From Kauai ports, per stmr Y
G Hall, August 1 A Dreior, WL
Hardy, J S McCandless, J Ander
son, H 'A Austin, O Burgoyue,
ltov J B riunaike aud wife, Mrs J
W Girviu, Minu Hultm Girviu,
Miss Ivy Girviu, Miss A Jaouou,
Miss L Woodwaid, Miss M Akau,
Miss J Gray and 84 on deck.
From Maui ports, per stmr
Glaudine. August 1 Mrs W A
McKay, Father James, Father
Libert, Helen Butlpr, Sister Bonn
veutura, Miss D Smith, Miss E
Holt, Brother Clarence, Brother
Kaymnnd.Urothor Francis, Father
Maximiu, George Hons, G De La
Vergnn, J K Farley, Awana, Dr
Ogawa, G Sterling and wife, W
Borlowitz, M D Monsarrat. J
Campbell, "V AV Davis, Mr Hoff
man and wife, R Guessofeldt,
Father Pamphile aud 55 on deck.
Stmr Mlkalm'a, Thompson, from Wulmen,
StmrJames Malice, Tullc'tt, from ports on
fil'NIUT, All? 1.
Schr Hob Hoy, from Lnnal.
Bcur Mile Morrli, from Oulm ports.
Btmr Claiiilluo, Cameron, from porta u
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, from pods on
Stmr WG Hall, Unburn!, from I)0rU ou
Am bktn June L Stanford, Jolmeoii, from
Mlnr Moknlll, HiMtt, from Miilokul,
Msnl nml Lanal
Moniiat, Auk 9.
Hchr l.uka, for 1'sstillo,
Stmr J A Cummins, Biarlt, for Oshii
Btmr KlUiirst Itoa, Weir, for Maul an
Btmr Mnkolll, llcnnctt, for Motokat, Maul
Btmr Kama, Parker, for Walalua, I'uulkl
VESSELS LKAVINO TOMOHUOW.
Btmr Ctauillnc, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, at ft p in.
Btmr Kaala, Mother, for Kaliuku anil Pu
naluu, at 10 n m.
Btmr. lames MakccTutlctt, for llnnalcl ami
windward Kauai, nt 4 pin.
Btmr Kentilintt, Thompson, for Nanlllwlli
nml llananiiiitu, nt 4 p in
Stmr Mlknhnln, Thompson, for I.ahnlna,
Kukiilhaele nml llonoknn, nt U n in.
Ex stmr .lames Makeo 2.W0 baRS paddy.
101 bat; rkc.
Ex stmr WO Hsll-!lt sks si'eil cano, 210
ks rluc, tf;l bills gr lihlus, 14 lid cattle, I
Ex .lane 1. Stanford I.YUI tons coal for V
(I Irwin .t Co.
Ex stmr CI nil dine .VH1 bnics sugar, 307
tines potatoes, I'i Imrs corn, 7U ho);s, 43 bdts
hides, S'l ikus sundrlm
VKHhKl.ii IN POUT.
UBS Marlon. Hook, Ban DUo, March 13.
U S 9 Philadelphia, Cotton, Ban DIcro, April
II 1 J M S Nnnlwa Kan, Kurookar Japan,
II 1) M B Peiimitii, Field, FIJI.
II I J M S llljel, Wyemurn Natfayorkl, SF.
(Coastera not Included In this list.)
Am hUtn Jano I. Stanford, Johnson, New
castle. fir ship Drenhtlda, Baxter, Liverpool.
llnw bk U I Kilhei, Thompon, 5 F.
Oershlp H F (Hade, llarsloop, Rremrn.
Am Kchr Vlkliif.', Peterson, from Washington
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Seattle,
KOKEIQN VF8SEI.S EXrECTEU.
Vesels Where trom Duo
Am bktn Echo....l'UKCt Sound July
Am schr Esiher Unhnu.. ..Eureka.. ..July
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt (iamble ...July
Am schr Louisiana. ...Puct Sound. .July
Am schr Itobert Searles.l'ui'Ct Souud.July
Am bktn S (1 Wilder B F July
Am schr Aloha SF July
Am bktn W II Dlmoud ....S F July
llnw bk Ai.drew Welch ....8 F July
Ur bk Woolvhra... .Newcastle Aug
Am schr Aloha B F Auk
THE MKGKO A Nil HAWAII.
Editop. Evening Bulletin:
There are two sides to the propo
sition touching the importation of
tho negro into Hawaii. Wo have
the luntani und mongoose
with us; both introduced into tho
country uudur tho enthusiastic
expectation thnt they would pruv
u blessing to these lsuuids, und it
now only remains t) bring in the
nt'gro and our happiness mid pros
perity usu nutiou will bu complete.
It will bo nothing less than a
now sort of bluol: pluguo. I dn
not overlook tho fuct thnt tho
bluok raoe has somu fiuo quulities,
but us u people uditiitid for our
needs hero they do not stand on a
pur with the .Iiipuueso, Chinoio
und Portuguese, und tlmso who
hnvo lived uiuouiist them will
bear me out in this statement.
Tho chuf objocttou to them is
thoir tendency towards violent
criino. Let the negroes ouco
hwunu over our plantations and
the property, lives und honor of
tho people heio will bu no longer
safe us they nre now. Women
und children will novor be free
from tho menace of viiilonco and
wdl not he safe ovoti in their own
lioinos. This is only too dourly
shovrn in tho history of orimo in
tho Southern States during the
past twenty-fivo years.
We must net fa-got that the
negro is an entirely diii'eront
olutructor from the Hawaiian. It
is to tho lasting honor f tho Ha
waiian people that it is possible
for women und children to travel
through these inlands without ftur
of insult and violoncu from them.
Further, it is very doubtful if
the negro will bo u success us a
limitation laborer. Ho is natural
ly shiftless and luzy und the luuu
who attempts to drive tho free
American negro to work will find
a Btriko or riot on his hands. After
tho work in the field is ovor they
will not go quietly home as tho
Jupanose aud Chinese d i, but
will gathor around tho saloon and
drink und curousu. It is the duty
of thoso who euro for tho future
proipority and welfare of those
islands to protest aguinst the im
noitutum of tho negro,
G. H. D.
If you contomplato ordering a
portrait onlargemont wo invito
your attoution to tho superior
work wo ofTor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work-
limiiriliill bnforn nlnnim vour
j order. King Bros., Hotol street."
Won h Hip 1'iuimlr) Trnin Allrr
h Vvrt Hlmrl I'lill,
The big drill shed war crowded
on Saturday evening to witness
tb great tug-of-war between
tenmn from tho Portuguese colony
and tho Honolulu Iron Works.
The Portuguese toara waa the
favorite in the betting, odds beina
given at 05 to GO aud In occasional
instances still hotter, the Portu
guoso backing their team with all
tho money they could scrape to
aother. Tho result did not justi
fy betting conclusions, for in 21
minutos from tho start tho foun
dry in ou wore declared the winners
and a largo amount of money had
been wou and lost.
It was 8:MJ when the starting
shot was tired and almost in an
instant the foundrymen had tho
rope bix lncues m tneir lavor.
They thou laid down to tho woik
ol keeping what they had gained
while the Portuguese tired thom
solvos ont in a succession of jerks,
in one of which a gain of 2 inches
was made and almost as
quickly lost. This kept up for
about five minutes while both
sides were doing their level best.
Then Capatain Camara commenc
ed somo of his sign work in which
ho had been drilling his team for
u week and the Portuguese raado
a tremendous effort in obedience
thereto. But it was of no use, tho
foundrymen could not bo budged.
In about fifteen minutes from the
start the Hawaiians made another
gain of a couplo of inches aud
then a minute or two after got the
ropo ou a run and did not h't it
Btop until it just passed tho 8-foot
mark. Another big pull and a
foot aud a half more was gained;
two minutes more and it was with
in an inch of tho five feet required
to win. A last desperato effort of
tho Portuguese regained about 3
inches but another pull by the
foundrymen sent the ropo over
the mark aud tho referee's shot
announced thov had won.
As Till: Ol'MtA iioitsi:.
Putnam mid Her Company
Wer Well Keci-lved.
Tho Hawaiiati Opera House was
fairly well-filled on Saturday
oveniug, the occasion beiug the
first appearance in eight years of
Katie Putnam and ber company.
Had it not boeu for counter at
tractions the house would un
doubtedly have boon full.
In the romantic comedy drama,
which is the name given on the
ploy bills to "Tho Maverick,"
Miss Putnam certainly has abun
dant opportunity to display hor
versatiltiy aud justify a remark
mado in the hearing of the writer
that she was a whole show iu her
solf. There is much in tho plot
that reminds one of tho novel,
"Miss Nobody of Nowhere," but
it is probably only another in
stance of great minds running in
the same channel.
As May Poroy, tho little mave
rick, Katie Putnam capturod tho
sympathies of the audience from
the start and held them to the end.
She was ably supported by H. B.
Emery in the character of her
Undo Peterson, and W. H.
Tooker as Lord Kenwood. Tho
other characters in the play wero
acceptably rendered, but allowed
no scope to show exceptional
Mention must bo mado of an
agreeablo change in the composi
tion of tho orchestra; the substi
tution of a piano for a lot of
noisy brass instruments was an
excollent one, the result boiug an
orchestra more in accord with tho
roquiromouts of the house than
hus been the caso hitherto. Tho
accompaniments to the songs wore
excellently well rendered by Pro
fessor Berger and Jeo Boson and
must havo pleased the singers as
woll as the audience.
Performances will be given
every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday evening, with Satur
day matinee. Tho attraction for
Tuesday is "Lena the Madcap,"
well-kuowu to old thoutregoers,
in which Miss Putnam will re
peat' her song. "My Kentucky
Babe," so woll received on Satur
day. Tho California Restaurant yes
terday experienced suoh an unan
ticipated rush of busiuess that the
doors wero closed at 7 o'olock.
The wauts of 250 persons wero
supplied up to that hour, and tho
mauagemeiit declare that in tho
futuro there shall bo no suoh early
closing, however great tho rush of
lu lien "u'nilytiinoV
you're mllci Hlieml
oteohtap tailor man.
Blocks ahead ot the
We know them both,
'cstiao turning now Icavm
brought thorn to tin.
Heady to prove It to you
9 Hotel Street
ApeutH for Dr. Drlmnl'H Llnen-Mfsh
Umlerivear. 8eml for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
iMimiiliUii'ii rnM: riuilinri
! i n
m a 1 UU11U11
I will nell at public fnv on SEP.
TEMBKR L'9, 1807, If not nooner ills
posed of at private Hle, all of tbe
Building known as "Independence
Park Pavilion " If no le-lred by In
tending puruhufHTS the lurge Dining
room nin lf oold separately fioru the
Main Building. Also, at the same
time and plnce 12 doz Folding Chairs,
Tables, Wanhotnn is, Water Pipes,
etc. Terms: SUM) or nailer, cash;
over $100, ca-h or 90 duvs wph kiiocI
approval note drawing 8 percent" In
terest Tho above building and ma
leila' to b H'tnoved wiilil- 30 days
from date of eale. The premises will
at nil times ho open for liiHpectlon.
657 ltn J. N. WRIGHT.
Yee Sing Tie
Of all kinds.
Fort Street, opp. Club Stables
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
BcrqtanU & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Band.
Sorghum Seed, Alfalfa Seed,
Hook Salt, Eto , Etc.
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Scinncdeii Proprietress,
Rooms Ensulto atld Finale, with
Board, from if5 60 per week, according
to reqiilrt-nientH of the inests.
The only Itoof Promt-nude. Garden
in the city. OK ). (JAVENAGH,
Telephoue 651 : : : Manager.
For Rent Elegantly Fur
A Resldeneo on Berelnnln, near
Pensacola htreot, In Honolulu, cou
tInln( double pitrlora, two largo bed
rooms, dining room, sewlug room,
kllchuu, pantry, storeroom and bath
room. In the yard Is a 2-Rojiu Cot
tage, stable for two horses and car
riage bouse. The yard 1b planted with
rare und beautiful flower, Miruba and
sbude trees. Buildings aud grounds
In perfect ordor. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
000-lw Next Pont Olllce.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young Btreel, town side of
Thomas Square, New House of six
roorae, Including parlor, three bed
rooms, dining-room aud kitchen, bath
nnd servnnt'8 room, sheds and out
houses. Lot 63 feet from by 161 foot
j'tePi garden ami fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or to
at M. 8. Grlnbaum & Co. 'a.
8ubnoribe for the Evening Buir
lktin 7fi oents per month.
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