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ONLY FOUND ON THE
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tania Street, to tho
liovo 33uilding, Port Street.
B2T The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
' fully equipped with all tho Latest Facilities in its line.
. XT- ,T-T. WIT,TJA.MS, Jr.nnagor,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
'v,BBSiDENcn: King street, nenr Rich I
, ' , Rrrin. Telephone No. 840. I
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axlo 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.
-fr. Oi ltox4S0.
. B. W. LEDEItKll, T "7"
1-rop. 1 J
;". Second-hand Furniture L
JPSu Sold Clmap
1 ki. r r'oh()Ht Cnflh Prico paid for Sonond-Iiniid Furnituro
Jw& tiio 1 X L, corner King and Nuuimu strootH.
Offick: Love BiUdlng. Telephone
Corner Klnp and Nan
R P HirHl'.T TAKI'.I AWAY A HIM
Mott'liiciit orilic VriwU-Maillin I.na
(inoa Awnjr-NiBU I MnmaltaK
mtirr Harbor marlnelcta.
Moderate trades on tho Qnrdon
Lihuo mill has finished grind
ing. Tho steamer Kinau tomorrow
Tho steamer Noeau loft for Ho
makua this morning.
Tho bark Coylou expects to sail
for San Francisco ou Suuday.
Tho steamor Keauhou, empty
from Hauamnulu, arrived early
The ship Brenhilda is discharg
ing i.o. ..ni i ii it At R 1'ouguin
in the stream.
The bark Andrew Welch is
slow. She sailed throe days bo
foro tho Commodore.
Tho Eau-Eona linor Mauua
Loa took a big list of freight and
paBHengerB out this morning.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 0:22
p m;high tide small .... a m; low
tido large 3:40 a m; low tide small
.... p m.
Tho bark Coylon is awaiting
tho arrival of tho stoamor Helene
duo this afternoon from Hawaii to
comploto her cargo.
The stoamcr J A Cummins is
taking a rest prior to taking in all
tbo Koolau ports next Monday.
Tho barkentine S G Wilder has
finished discharging aud will load
at Oceania dock early noxt week.
Thero is only 3160 bags of
sugar left on Kauni, Waimea GOO
bans, Eoloa 1G0 bags, Ilunamaulu
1000 bags and Ahukini 1400 bags.
Tho barkentine W H Dimond
goes to the Eailway wharf this
afternoon to load Waianae sugar,
and expects to cet away next Sun
The British bark Woollahra.
James Barneson master, 51 days
from Newcastle with 1356 tons of
coal for W G Irwin & Co, anchor
cd in naval row last evening.
Tho big ship Commodoro will
finii-h discharging ballast at the
Mnil wharf tomorrow when sLu
will load 10,000 bags there. She
expect to sail for Now York tho
last of next week.
The bark R P Eithet sailed
this afternoon for San Frauciseo
with ten passengers and l'.Wi tons
of sugar valued at 127,729. Tho
passengers were five little orphans
sent by tho Salvation Army to
their Orphanage in Oakland.
From Eauai, perstinr Keauhou,
Aug 50 Thool.
For Maui and Hawaii, nor stmr
Noeau, Aug 6 Mrs O'Dowda,
Louis Horner, Miss May Weight.
For San Francisco, per bk 11 P
Either, Aug G-Wiu lih-kell, John
R Johnson, Geo Sterling, Mrs
Geo Sterling, Miss L S Long, the
five Hagston orphans.
Kor Maui and Hawaii, par stmr
Mauna Loa. Alii? ti Vnleaiin; TV
O Bark, Dr G Hanhoch, V Coelln.
Wav uorta: Father Itoni.itt. Miu
Marcos, T E R Amalu and wife,
Miss 0 Eaalolo, H O Austin, E
Suhr, Mrs Ordenstein, Father
Maxime, cam l'euro, jMisb Laura
Pali. J 1$ HonUiuK in'' wifo. A K
Akau, Mrs Eitcat, Miss Kitty
namei, miss uoard, w A Kinney,
II Pfluger, Mr Wilson, Mobob Ma
lakaua. HenrvPetors. Moses Euu
hiwaho aud wifo, J Eealilio and
wife, Q b Watrnouse, Miss
uemyoi, Miss UUver limner, Prof
lngalls aud wife, Miss Scott,
Amoi, Otto Meyor, Miss Emily
Toomev, Geo Hons, Fathor Alays,
Marv lvapali, 1'' M Wakefield, D
W James, Miss Bornico Dwight,
Miss Morris, Father Victor.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 15 1 Fort atro3t,
from Sl.00 per week up.
Muotmnicf.' Homo, u.inier lintel
and Nun nut street, lodp.ng by
day, wcr.ii ,,r month. Twins: 2f.
nnd 50 coots per nighf. $J, aud
61.25 nor wi-ck.
If you aro interested in tho sub
iect of onlarued nnrlrnitrt. it wnnl1
ho worth your whilo to hco tho
Ham pies at Eing Bros, at prices
riiii'-ini- ft ...1. px (V) t.i 'km oo
frames and all. Thoy uuu't bo bout.
AUOU8T fl, 18H7.
Stmr Kcnulioii, Tliompon, from port on
(trnr J A Cummin, Btiile, from 0hu
pntlt. , ..
lr I'k Wiiollliri. Ilmni'iim, from New
Hclir K Mol for PauI1o,IIU.
Hw bk 11 V IlltliC, lliomion, for8n
rBlmrCMuii I.on, Blmcrton, tor Maul and
ltnwill. at I" am.
8tmr Nocnu, I'ctcwon, for Lalialnn, Ho
liokua, 'atiJ Knkiilliaclf, nttl w.
Fx Vnollalira-3f50 loin coat to Wm (1
UxMtnrJ ACummla-iO bn rlco and
500 baK smjar.
lcr It I UlUict :J. i tiE i;ar (.1,1)17,
4S7 pound). Iilpji"! O llroner .t Co.
Bcliavfcr t Co, I" II Uavli-s V Co, Cn.llu X
Cooku Value I2T,T-U.
VKP'KI.J IN POUT.
CSS Marion. Ilok. !an Dleijo, March 13.
U 8 S riilladelplila, Cotton, San Plopi, April
II 1 J M 8 KaulnaKan, Kurooka, Japan,
11 II M S Pcnmiln, Field, FIJI.
II IJ M 8 lliycl, Wyctnura Nagajorkl, SF.
(Coasters not Included In till list.)
Am bktn Jane I. Stanford, Jolimon, Ncw
ct'c. Br ship Drcnlillda, B.ixtcr, Mverponl.
Otr ship II 1' (Iladf, llacslnop llronien.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Seattle,
Am bktn W II Dlnmnd, Nllson, San Fran
cisco. Am bktn 8 O Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco. Am ship Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
cisco Br bk Woollahra, Iliriicnn, Newcastle.
FOKKIU.N VJ-ISKI.b EXPECTED.
Vessel Wberctroro Duo
Am bktn Eclio....Pui:ct Sound July
Am fclir rlier Il'ilmc... .Eureka. ...July
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt (iamble ...July
Am schr LouWlaim....l'ucct Sound. .July
Am schr Robert Searles I'uiret Sound July
Am schr Aloha SF July
Ilawbk A i drew Welch ....SF July
Am schr Aloha S F Am;
Am bk Adam, W Spies,.. ..N Y....Octobtr
DUNCAN l'KTEKSON. - At Kawalnhao
Church, Honolulu. August A, 'H'.i", by
the Her 'I. II Parker, liudolph Duncan
to Sarah 1'ctereon. No cards
t All 'Ci, M UyWI'A
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Mrs. Rusher Has Mr. Golilcoin, with
whom you lmvobeen dancing all tlioeven
big, athtst th-clnrcd his intentions.Mabel?
Mabel Yes, aunt.
Mrs. Rusher I am bo glad! And what
did ho say?
Mahel IIo declared ho would never
Getting It ThrnuKli Htm.
Two Good K canon i,
- - " .-r- " u iBlU7r"wri.j'
Mr. Flatliouso What did you kick mo
under tho tnhlo for when I asked Gorge
K'IkIi to have boino moro terrupia?
Mrs, FIiithotiMi (wivercly) For two
reasons, There no terrapin, nnd
not being a skltt r 1 couldn't kick
over it. Puck.
Tho Oliver Typowntor ih pro.
nouncod by exports, tho best ma
uhiuo in tho world, It has many
valuable features, which havo to
bo Hoeu in order to be appreciated.
Tho Oliver can bn soon at the
olUcii of A. V. Goar, No, '210
Kin a Btroct.
i hi: 1'i.mnr oi' mi: i:nii.t:.
'letl of n l.enillnu riinillntl I'll
per mi llrKmllmi Alllirxnllnil.
Under tho hoadiug, "The Flight
of tho Eagle," tho Montreal Wit
ness baa a long article on the
newer developments of United
States foreign polioy. Somo ox
tracts therefrom are given below:
"Tho United Statos nation is
made up of as great a varioty of
dements perhaps rb any on tho
globe, but tho informing gonius
of it is tho masterful Viking spirit
of the Anglo Saxon, whose ten
dency has boon not only to assert
wherever ho has gono the privi
lege of self government, but to
impose his ways on all around
him. Tho timo has evidently
come for tho United State? to for
sake its chrysalis traditiouw and
got out into tho world beyond its
shores. Its 'prospectors' havo
been about tho world a little loiU -ing
for preomptiou claims. Ou
tho plea of finding guano beds,
thoy havo been 'staking out' Paci
fic islands which other nations
had marked on tho map with
their otvn colors, a good many of
them British red, and registering
their 'claims' at Washington with
out any coremony of flaghoisting I
by tho Amoricau Government or I
11. n Antn llll.ill.nnilt M f nii.niH.i m ....1 '
IUD UOMIMIIOUIUUUI. Ul UVUIUUJUUl
administration. A year or two
ago the United States Government
appeared as tho feudal suzerain of
Venezuela, and mado treaties with
regard to that country. Aud now
our ueigltbors aro nuuexing Ha
waii and looking protectively to
In the middle of a succeeding
paragraph tho Witness hayn:
"If we may judge at all from
tho way in which the most con
servative elements iu tho United
States have received this treaty of
annexation of Hawaii
we cannot doubt that iu spite of
its inevitably revolutionary char
acter, iu spite uot only of the
traditional policy that must bo
surrendered, but in spite also of
tho constitutional revisiou that it
will involve, it is going to ho car
The Witness then refers to the
part Japan is playing iu the Ha
waiian question, and concludes its
article as follower.
"What wo moy now regard as
fairly inaugurated is a policy of
foreign meddling. Tho purchase
of Eusnian-Amtrica and its adja
cent islands by Lincoln's admin
istration for seven millions of
dollars might bo spoken of ns the
beginning of foreign acquisition,
.but it was never so looked upon
by the people of the United States.
To them that was prospectively
contiguous territory, which would
bo all part and parel of tho Unit
ed States when Cauada should bo
auuexed. It could have no other
significance, as in itself it had no
i)rospect of over becoming a state.
t was, indeed, a means of threa
tening and coorcing Canada, as
anyone will realize who looks at
tho map and sees how it robs us
of fivo hundred miles of majestio
and many harbored sea coast;
and it has been used as a
means of irritating Canada ever
since. For tho initiation of
this aggressive and nasty policy
againt us Canada holds tho name
of Seward in perpetual reproach.
United States meddling has not
gono hitherto beyond what is
usually included in the left hand
circle of maps of tho world, but it
has already spread itself o good
deal over that circle, having a say
in Samoa and laying claim to
Christmas Island. And it will
follow as surely as the world turns
round that the boundary of the
western hemisphere will no moro
form a stopping place for Ame
rican encroachment than the
coasts of the North American
continont have done. And why
should it ? Whatever fanciful
doctrines tho United States may
have labollod with the names of
her past presidents, the Anglo
Saxon race in America has a duty
to fulfil in anglicizing the face of
the earth. It has well fulfilled
this task in North America, and it
will not be found wanting ns op
portunity arises. Wo uro tho
world 'anglicizing in a broad
way for tho free institutions, the
robust morals and the unfettered
religion which have distinguished
Uio Auglo-Saxim race, and which
havo already made tho English
htiigUtiKu '" laiga uionouio the
common languago of tho world.
Should any other raoo develop a
more real religion and more man
ly institutions, thon tli phrnso
will bo out of dato mill it will
bo tho duty of tho good'lo jmrnml
tho siogin and iuiluenco of that
rucoruthorthan of ouru,"
Why people cotno long dlfllances
to buy nt tho 1'alama Grocery,
lloasou No. 1 UocauHo ouo cus
tomer tolls auothor how much
thov saved by dealing at this live
and lot livo establishment, ltoa
son No. 2 Becauso tho saving
from thoir grocory bill holps them
to pay thoir house ront. If you
don't boliovo what our customers
say, just givo us a call and bo con
vince. IIauiiy Cannon,
Polama Grocery, Opposito .Rail
Tol. 755, ovory timo. Goods de
livered. BY POLICE T CALLAO.
Inquiry hero confirms tho Bory com
injr from Lima to the cnVet thnt tho
State Department hns lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation nt Lima for the rolcise of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." lie ns arhoro on December
19 hist nt Cnlh.o, nnd was nrrcstod be
o.tttso of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On kit. or In bottles nt the
Criterion Saloon. a
Phaetons and Buggies.
If you are in need of a vehicle
of any description, inspect tho
stock of G. Schuman at tho Club
Stables. Ho keeps on hand a full
lino of phaetons, surreys, huggios,
road wagons, and Fruzior road
Kroocor Piauos,sweotest in tono,
Jas. W. BorgBtrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. Wost's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fice hI Thrum' Book Store. Tun
ing and ropuiriug. Usjr Tolo
When yon have a portrait en -Iarged
see that you got your
money's worth. King Bros, havo
reduced prices to S5.00, SG.50,
S7.50 and S10.00 for work that
thoy guarantee to bo firstclass.
Thoy invito comparison.
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement we invito
your attention to tho superior
work we offor nnd would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
Our work is better and oar
prices are lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyone else's.
We nro not making much at it,
but don't lot that worry you. I
you havo anything in this lino to
bo done sea our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros.. 110 Holol street.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Kxchunge Old Stand.
pirst Class VIeaIs, - - 25c.
New Cooks and Now Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W, SEABURY,
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Sctinndcu. Proprietress.
Rooms JSnsnite and Plnglo, with
Board, from 5 60 per week, a.-onrrtlng
to require meuU of the uueal.
Tho only Hof Protueumle Garden
in the city. MRS. 8(!HM13DEN,
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young street, town side of
TliomnH rapture, New Houe of six
roonie, Inelu Hiik parlor, tnreo bed
rootnc, dlnliiK-mom and kitchen, bath
and servant's room, sheda anil out
liouset. Lot 83 feet Iront by 151 feet
(itep, garden ami fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or to
1 H. GOItMAN,
at M. S. Griubauui & Co.'s.
Owing to ptidden depart uro for Han
Franolseo, MrH Mary llolilon olll-ra
for ale her Hair D re union liutdueM ou
tho corner of Adams I.ano and Hotel
Street. Tills lunludot iuno of build
ing, uontalului! 5 fnrtii-ln-l room anil
klli'litm. liitpllrx nt. i!18 Hotel etrcot.
DR. Q. WALDO BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Uc.liU'iice; 4I1S I'uikIiIhiwI Street.
Jlui'im; U to & mil 7 p. u,
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