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MYKN1NQ nniitjRTIM, AUOUBT fi, 187.
ONLY FOUND ON THE
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Havo removed from the Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tauia Street, to tbo
Love Building, E'orfc Sfcroot.
tar The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its line.
II. II. "WILT-.IA.IMrS, Manager,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Rimidunci:: King street, near Rich I Office: Love Building. Telephone
ardc. TeleplioiiH No. 819. No. 840.
From ISTew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
v Shoo Blacking,
And many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
8. W.LEDEBER, I V
BS. Sold Cheap for Onsli "Bi
jgZF1 Highest Cnsh Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Corner King and Nan
TUT. !llOSKII LRNA I, III UHANT
r.O A HAWAIIAN RMIIUKR,
Abnnt Ih Bf Cftatl Annie Johi
' 'arc-Nntlal MoIm rruaa
Tho best of weathor on Knuni,
Tim etontuor Wainloalo came in
from Knpaa empty today.
Tho Lena L was granted a per
manent Hawaiian register today.
The bark It P Kithet will pro
bably lenvo (or Sun Francisco to
morrow. Tbo bark W II Dimond is dis
charging general merchandize) on
Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:22
amjhigh tidesmall 10:35 p in; low
tido large 2:32 a m; low tills small
.... p m.
Tho steamers Mntinn Loa for
J Kona and Kau and Noenu for
Hamakua leave tomorrow morn
ing. Both are receiving freight
at Fort stroet wharf today.
The disposition of the customs
inspectors aro as follows today:
Inspector (Short, discharging bark
H F Qladejlnspector Perrino, dis
charging barkentine S Q Wilder;
Inspectors Hall and Rhodes dis
charging barkentiuo WHDimond;
Inspector Johnson, awaiting or
ders and Iuspcctor Manoha assist
ing Port Snrveyor.
The bark Annie Johnson ar
rived last week at Hilo with a
ceucral merchandize careo.
Among tho leading shipments
wero the following: 590 bills
flour, 03,393 lbs rolled barley, 58,
6G3 lbs bran, G505 lbs sugar, -182
bales hay, 16,204 lbs middlings,
0507 lbs sugar, 707 bales hay, 10,
204 lbs middlings, 19 pkgs gro
ceries aud provisions, -1 bales
leather, 209 cs hardware, 28 cits
wheat, 21 bdls wire, 322,179 lbs
fertilizer, 200 cs coal oil, 130 gals
and 10 cska beer, 32,118 lbs mill
BtufT, 3000 gals oil, 03,722 ft Inm
bor, 3 cs boots and shoes, 153 lbs
hams aud bacon, 5G00 lbs soda, G
cs electrical goods, 2020 posts.
A letter from the new Miuistor '
to Nicaragua, Hon W L Merry, in j
regard to the canal across Nicara
.,.. .,. uqii, .,., i , f I
tho two first named canals aro at
hand, and furnish interesting in
formation to transportation ex
perts. The Suez Canal earned
815,991,400 gross. Passed 3109
ships of 8.500,000 registered tons,
and 308,243 passengers at 82 each,
which is included in gross re
ceipts. "Tho Sault Sto Marie Caual.bo
tweou Lakes Huron and Superior,
passed 10,231,0G1 tons. Receipts
for above wero $13,500,000. Tho
cost of transportation of freight
abovo named from shipping to de
livery points, was in 189G reduced
to 0.99 mill per ton per mile, or
less than 81 for 1000 miles. Of
the abovo enormous freight traffic,
which makes the St. Mary's Canal
the lending world's waterway,
about 10,500,000 tons in 189G was
iron ore, which, had no canal
boon provided, would nearly all
have remained in its native ore
beds. Tho report states that, "tho
saving represented by this water
cariiago, as compared with
cheapest railroad carriage for
Bamo distances, amounts to about
(SWU.UUU.UOO) two hundred mil
lion dollarc !"
From Klllllli. Ilfir nli,,i Wniiiln-
alo, Aug 5 llev Unyainolo aud
Tliunsiuv, Aug 5.
Scur l.uka Irora Han all.
8tmr ft'ttlaliale. Gregory, from ports on
Tmnismr. Aug 5.
Bear Kn Molfor Iniullo,IIawall.
VEHHIXH LEAVING TOMOHIIOW.
Strnr Minna Loa, Bltmrbon, for .Maul and
Hum ill, ut Ilia in.
titrnr Nocnu, IVterton, for Lalialna, Ho
nokua, anil Kukulhacle, at 0 a ra.
Tho Oliver Typewriter IB pro.
nounccd by oxperts, tho best ma
ohino in tho world. It has many
valuablo features, which havo to
be soon in order to bo appreciated.
Tho Oliror can bo seen at tho
oilico of A. V. Gear, No. 210
limit: 1 1 ah n 'i.
Iliiiinliilii ('Hrhrl Hiil llrfruli lli.il
H, I'l'illlllll I Hill.
Tho crlckol match botwoou tho
Honolulu and H. M. 8. Ponguln
teams yesterday afternoon drew
out many spectators for a mid
weok fiold ovont. There was a
goodly representation of the fair
box. Tho naval visitors, first at
the wickets, inmlo only 54 runs.
Lieut. Urewls gavo brilliancy to
his aide, howevor, by carrying out
his bat for 21 runs. A. 11. Hat
field and A. St. M. Mackintosh's
bowling for tho homo players did
tho whole execution excepting 3
outs aud those not to tho field's
Honolulu had 95 runs scored
for but live wickets, leaving livo
men to play, when tho stumps
were drawn at 5:30. Most of this
work was done by Messrs. Kitcat,
A. 11. Mackintosh and Herbert.
Alex. Outvie was umpire, relieved
by members of the homo team.
Tho score was us Follows, Viggo
Jacobsen being tho scoter:
11. n. M. S. l'l-WOUIN.
Ward, hit nicker, b
Dean, c Hatfield, b Hat
Mr Toop, b Mackintosh 5
Lieutenant lirowis, not
Captain Field, b Hat
Mr Murrnv. b Hatfield 2
Terry, 1 b w, b llntfiold 0
Maloney, b Hatfield.. 8
Alexander, b Mackin
Gairet, b Hatfield 0
Sergeant Hooker, b.
Mackintosh ' 2
Hughes, b Hatfield... 1
Leg byes 1
HONOLULU CIIICKET CLUB.
A St M Mackintosh, b
A II Muckintosh, o
Murroy, b Mulonov. 2G
Rev V H; Kitcat, c
Lioutenant Browis. b
T .Irishman, b Hughes. 0
H Herbert, not out... 20
Dr Murray, Muloiiry.. 1
W J Kitne, not out. .r. 7
Oattun to play
A II Hatfield
V Thompson "
Clive Daviea "
Frank D.tvey "
Wide bulls , 8
At an interval in the game
Fiank Davey took a series of
group pictures, including ono of
tbo Honolulu club members and
another of both teams on tho field.
A. St. M. Mackintosh was present
ed with a Chinese cap as a prize
for doing the bowler's "hat trick"
in tho game of July 20.
BY POLICE A.T CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms the s'ory com.
Inp from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He ns ashore on December
19 Inst at Callao, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier lleer." On tap or in bottles at the
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 154 Fort street,
from 81.00 per week up.
VhSSKM IN POUT.
II 8 S Marlon. Book, Han .DIcro, March 19.
UBS l'lillaiklphla, Cotton1, San Diego, April
HUMS Nan'lwa Kan, Kuroola, Japan,
II B M S l'cnsnln. Field, FIJI.
HUMS Ulycl, Wyemura Nagayorkl, SF.
(Coasters not lucludcd In this list.)
Am uktn Jane L Stanford, Johnson, New
castle. Hr ship llronlillda, Baxter, Liverpool.
Haw bk II 1 llllliet, Thompson, 8 F.
(tr slilp II F (iladu, lliiesloop, Drciuui.
Am tk Ceylon, Cullioun, Seattle,
Am l.ktn W II DiuiOlia, NllOU, Ban Fran
ClBCO. Am bktn S 0 Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco, Am ship Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
FOllFION VPSSF1 S F.XPFfTFn.
Vetscls Where lrom Uuo
Anf bktn Echo....l'iiget Bound July
Am fthr Esther Uuline..,.F.ur(.ka,.., July
Am bktn Kllkltat l't Oatnulo ...July
Am sehr Louisiana. ...Paget Sound. .July
Am sthr Itobert Scarles.rUgct bound July
Aiuschr Alolia . ..81' July
Haw bk Andrew WUib .,..8 F Jufy
Hr bk Voolvhra..,.NtfHcuallu Aug
Am si.hr Alolia B F Aug
Am bk Adam, V Bplcs,....N Y....Otober
j, M WJT.B13'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Has just received direct
from London a stock of tho
famous F. II. Ayro's Lawn
Tennis Backota, usod at the
EiiKlish, Irish, Bootoh And
Welsh CliBmpionship moot
inns. An inspection is soli
cited. Always ou hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Taropatch
Guitars, Ukuleles, Hawaiian
Sheet Music, Hawaiian Pho
touraiibio Views, Land nnd
Sea Shells, Hawaiian Fans in
prent variety, Curios, otc, etc.,
JJooks, Stationery aud ollicn
Prices Always Igltf
Received per p. p. Australia
The following list of Frenti Goods:
Richmond Stralglit Cut, In quarter
All Tncic, Etc., Etc.
Al", a" general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of dlflereut Brands.
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. KOLTE,
"I thank yon, sir, for yonr kind por
missioB to call on your daughter."
"Reinomber that I turn out tho gas at
"All right, sir. I'll not come before
that timo." Life.
A Good Teacher.
"I am afraid of waking baby, for pom
Robert lias walked the floor every night
with him for the last three weeks."
"How dreadful! And has tho baby
learned to talk yet?"
"No. But ho has learnod to swear."
Yonng Man I want an engagement
Jowelcr Yes, ulr. About wbat size?
Young Man 1 don't know exactly, but
hhocan twlbt mo around her flugvr.
Ill liwt "leaily-nrntlt'"
yim'rn miles ahemt
of a cheap tailor man,
Blocks head nt the
We know them both,
'cause turning now leaves
brought them to us.
Ready to "prove It to you
9 Hotel Street ; : WaYCrlGy BlOCt
AEPtitH for Dr. DMmel's Linen-Mesh
Under .vcnr. Mon.i for Cntaloguo.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Inilpta Park Pavilion
miilL8011 at r'Uhl, ""'" ori SEP-
TEMBER i9, 181)7, If not homier dis
lioNtMl of ut private suit', nil of tho
Building., known nt "Independence
Park Pavilion " If ho de-lred by in
tending purchasers the large Dining
room mii Ih mild Heparatt-ly finm the
Main Building. Aiso. at the patne
tlmH and plttc 12 doz K.il.ilng Chairs,
Tables, Wushstau 's, Water Pipes
elf Term-: $ion or tin 'er, cash;
over $100, eu-li or 00 iIuvh with ir"od
hpirov fl notes drawing 8 percent in
leren The abovo bulhllngri anil ma
teilaie i to bo removed wlttiin 30 days
from date of mte. The premUes will
at all times tie opert for Impectlon.
657 lm J. N. WRIGHT.
Yee Sing Tie
C Of nil kinds.
Fort Street, opp. Club Stables
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Beretania & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Peed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Alwnyn on Hnnd.
Sorghum Seed, AlfaUn Seed,
llock Salt, Eto , KtCi
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Class JVEeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now Waiters,
Nfjv Furniture nnd Dishes.
A. W. SEABUKY,
Corner Kins nnd AlnkeaBtreetH,
Honolulu, II. I,
Mrs. A, ScMeien. Proprietress. .
Rooms Knnulto aud Single, with
Board, from f5 50 per week, according
to requirements of the uueats.
Tlie only Hoof Prnmenud Garden
In the city. MRS. SCHMEDEN,
Assignee's Notice of Piling Accounts,
The umlerslRueil, Mi assignee In
Bankruptcy of the K-itnte of H. F.
Poor, gives notice that lie lias llltd in
the Cirotilt Court, First Circuit, hia
accnuuta as w.h Axlnee aud has
asked lor the approval of tho Mine and
p discharge, auJ an order is j.sy the
Aral aud tlnal dividend in the estate,
and that hearlni;on the ame has been
set for" MONDAY, August 9, 1697, at
10 a m., of that day,
Bated at Honolulu, July .11, 1807.
JOHN F. COLBUItN,
Acslgnfo of tho Estate of II. F.
Poor, a Bankrupt. 078-7t
Evenimj Bulletin- 75c per month.
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