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ONLY FOUND ON THE
Removal Notice 1
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tlio Uld Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tania Street, to the
Love Building, F'ort Street.
A FULL SlL
S- The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its line.
II. U. WILLI AJVIS, 31a naff x,
Undertaker and Embalmcr.
i King street, near Rich
Teli'iiiione No. 819.
From ISIew York:
Mattocks, Pumps, ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo 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.
K. , JP, CUox4S0.
Mil ' ' s. w. LEDEitnn, T
Kfc, Prop. JL
S. W. LEDEitnn,
Hi r sola ci
gS? Highest Cnsh Pric paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho I X L; corner King and Nuuanu streets.
I Office: Love Building. Telepboue
I No. 840.
Cornor Kinp nud Nuu
leap for Cash "tsa
THE BTEAFIKMB KILAVEl
AM? HELEN AHHITK.
Nmnr VMU Cleor Tot tka Caast
leaner Cummlm ui-MMaBacr
mikahala's Qtiltk Trip. B
Ooptio Saturday from Japan.
The custom bouse will close to
morrow. The stearaor J A Cummins took
in Waimanalo and wayports to
day. The steamer Kilauca Hou witli
Kukaiau sugar came in this fore
noon. Hawaiian S 8 China from tho
Coast is duo Wednesday night,
Tho Oahu circuit steamora Ka
ala and Kaona left for windward
island ports this morning.
Tomorrow, high tide large 2:05
p m;high tide small 1:20 a m; low
tide large 6:00 a m; low tide small
9:15 p m.
The steamer Heleno with five
nassennorfl and a bic load of sucar
! from Paauhau and Ookala arrived
in port early this morning.
The bark Santiago, Johnson
maBter, sailed from Hilo Augusts
for San Francisco with a full
cargo of sugar and 13 passengors.
Tho barkentine W H Dimoud
and bark Ceylon will clear at the
custom house this afternoon in
ordor to sail for tho Coast tomor
row. The projected sailings for isl
and Bteamors tomorrow are the
Glaudine for Maui wayports; lvi
nau for Hawaii; W G Hall usual
leeward Eauai ports; Mikauala
Hanalei and windward Kauai
wuyports, and Makee for Kapaa.
The steamer M ikahala left at half
past seven o'clock Sunday morn
ing for Makaweli on a special
trip to got the family of Miss Gay,
the fiancee of the late British
Commissioner Hawes,in order that
they may attond tho funeral to
morrow. The Mikahala was ex
pected' in this morning but owing
to strong winds may bo delayed
until late this evening.
From Eauai, per stmr W G
Hall, Aug 8 A McBrydo, J S
McCandless, J Anderson, Mibb C
Olymer, Master Clarence Girvin,
Master Charles Girvin, Master It
Purvis aud uurse, M B Eamatsu
and wife, T Yagamase and 102 on
From Maui, per .stmr Claudino
Aug 8 It It Berg, Miss E Corn
well, J S Walker aud wife, Miss
CaBtlo, O Burgoyno, Northrup
Castle, Prof Mead and wife, Mr
Mott-Sniith, R T Wilbur, 8 P
Uasmusson.T B Lyons, wife aud 2
children, Mibb Lyons, W H Corn
well, Jr, M T Lyons, A B Naone,
A Yau, Miss A Forbos, Miss F N
Albright, A Enos, A H Crook. 8
Alimi aud son, A Eanaliilii, Mrs
J T Aluli, Mrs Mullen, W II
Castle, Jr, 0 H Dickey, Nancy E
Louis, Miss Ahumi, Master Ea
ulnkou, Miss Moaualua, Master
Handohett, J L Eaulukou, W
Starbord, H A Heen, E Suhr, H J
Harrison and 71 on deck.
From Hawaii, per stmr Holone,
Aug 9 MisB H Robertson, T V
King, Mrs Madden and 2 on deck.
For San Francisco from Hilo,
ppr bk Snntiago, Aug 5 Mrs
Annio Hornor, sistor, rmtid nud 2
clnluroti, Fuuik Wintur, Mrs
Bnrnes, Mr and Mrs Marrell and
child, Mr Vanntta, E E Carvoy, J
W IJprnBtrom Jr.
Saturday. Aug 7.
8tmr Kncna, Parker, from Wnlalua.
Sundw, Aug 8.
Cameron, fioin porta on
Stmr W 0 Hull, llaglund,
from porta on
Mo.nuay, Aug 9.
Stmr IltlciH', Viiuuati, Irom Hju.iU porta,
Stmr Ivllauea Hon, Wclr, ftom ports on
Stmr Mlkahn'a, Thompson, from Kauai.
TUUHDIUT. Auk 5.
Santiago, Johnson, Hilo to Sail
Su.NiiAr, Aue S.
HaijlunJ, for Makaweli,
AUGU8T 9, 1897.
Mumuy, Aug 0.
Mother, for Kaliuku and l'u-
Stmr Knena, Parker, for Walalua, Puulkl
Stmr J A Cummlnt, Bcarle, for Oahu
Stmr Mokolll, Dennett, for Molokal, Maui
Stmr Walaleale. Gregory, for Kapaa.
VE88EL8 LEAVING TOMOHnOW.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for porta on
Stmr W (1 Hall, ilaglund, for porta on
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, for Maul and Ha
waii. Stmr James Makcc.Tullett, for Hanalei and
Am bktn V II
Am lik Ceylon,
Ilaglund, for porta on
Dlmond, Nllaon, for San
Calhoun, for San Fran-
Ex atmr Kacna 328 bags sugor and 203
Ex atmr Clniullne-Miil bag sugar, 228
bag potatoes, 2l nn corn, CJ hogs, 50 bead
cattle, 81) pl sundries
Ex atmr W Hall -ITS'l bags tiaddy. 60
bags rice 15 1 sheep, U i tjundles green bidet, (1
bundles goat skins.
r jr, atmr llelcno 18S bags I'aaubau sugar
and 771''' bags Ookn'a sugar all Irwin fc Co,
13 lings coffee, M head cattle.
Ex atmr Kllauei Hou 2420 bags Kukaiau
sugar for lliickfcld it Co.
FKENCI1 At Walanae, Oahu, on August 8,
1S'J7. to tlio wife of Dr. T.T. French, a
OLDINU-WMGHT-On Nth July, at 8t
Auguslluo's Church. Koliala, Hawaii, by
the Uev L Byrdc, Edwin Ernest Oldlng
of Nova Scotia to Annie, youngest
daughter of tho late (Jeorgu Wright of
1'oi.ici: couur MArr:its.
JikIbo Wllrnx lllnpuHee ut All Uiiutu
ally I.uuir Caleudar.
In the District Court this
morning many cases wore put
over until Wednesday, owing to
tho length of the calendar and
tho closing ot tho Court tomorrow
out of respect to tho late British
In the ensu of Edmund H. Hurt,
the typewriter, accused of assault
iug his former employer, F. V.
Mukiuuey, by trying to horsewhip
him on Saturday, a nolle pros.
was entered. Hart claimed that
Makinuey had used insulting re
marks concerning his wife, which
Two Jupnuese, charged with
maintaining a disorderly house,
Alohikea, a hackdrivor, pleaded
guilty of violating tho hack regu
lations and was adjudged to havo
forfeited his ucouso.
Makaoi was found guilty of
selling swipes and had his sen
tence suspended pending good
behavior. Fiilani, au old offender
of the same stripe, was fined 100
Alex. Harris, charged with as
saulting one Gilsey with a knife,
had his trial set for the 11th.
Ex-patrolmen Gillis, Conloy,
Hewitt and Cornwall, accused of
a uisgracetui assault on two na
tives while on duty, had their
trial set for next Friday.
Kawui, who assaulted John
Milton to Buoh an extent that he
is still in tho hospital, had his
case again postponed to Wednes
day. The balance of the morning
scosion uuu lukon up with liuiah
ing the partly-tried case of Mrs.
E. Wolter, Gns Froboo90 and
Mrs. Gns Froboese on a charge of
assault and battery preferred by
James Nott Jr. The defendants
were all found guilty and fined S5
each and costs. lu the cases of
Mm. Woltor and Mit. Froboeoe
an appeal was taken to the
Nicely furniahod rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from bl.00 per weok up.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufac
turing Co. have on hand a stock
of shotgun ammunition for the
opening ot the dove season.
Tho basebull gamo botwoon
naval men and town boys, an
nounced for today, has been post
poned for one week on account of
the death of Commissioner Hawes.
When you get a touch of that
tired fouling eo prcvalout in this
climato call around at tho
"Favorite" tor n glass of the
famousSeattloBoer. It will relieve
you at once.
Largo numbers of pooplo wont
out to Makeo Island yesterday,
attracted by tho band concert and
Company A's oncampment. At
the lattor refreshments wore
aorved to all visitors.
THAT COLDL AND OF COLD
NUnUETN F IwrORXATIOM ABOUT
How the Climate la To Be re4-
Inlereatlnaj raete Akoat
"Nuggets of Information About
tho Klondyko Mining Region," is
tho heading tho San Francisco
Examiner of July 25 puts over tho
following crisp paragraphs:
The first discovery of gold on
tho Klondyko was made in tho
middle of August, 1890, by George
Tho only way into and out of
the Klondyko in' winter is by way
The steamer which leaves St.
Michaels s now will roach tho
Klondyke in September.
Tho only way to live is to imi
tate tho Indians in dross and ha
bit. It is useless to wear loather or
cum boots. Good mocassins are
The colder it is the better the
traveling. When it is very cold
there is no wind, and tho wind is
hard to bear.
ludian guides aro necessary, to
go ahead of the dogs and prepare
the camp for night.
In the summer the sun rises
early and sets late, aud there aro
only a few hours when it is not
shining directly on Alaska.
In the winter the sun shines for
a short time only each day.
It is 2500 miles from San Fran
cisco to St. Michaels.
It is 1895 miles from St. Mi
chaels to Dawson City.
In summer the weather is warm
and tent life is comfortable.
The winter lasts nine months.
There are two routes by which
to reach Dawson City. One by
St. Michaels island and the other
By steamer it costs $150 to go
from here to Dawson City.
Dogs are worth their weight in
gold. A good long-haired dog
sells from $150 to $200.
Skates might be used to good
advantage at times.
The Yukon river is closed by
ice from November to the latter
part of May.
On tho Klondyke the thermo
meter goes as low as GO degreos
There is a great variety of ber
ries to be found all through the
country in summer.
Game is very scarce.
Vegetables of the hardier sort
can be raised.
Stock can bo kept by using care
in providing abundantly with feed
by onsilago or curing natural
grass hay and by housing thorn in
In summer abundance of fine
grass can bo found near the
In appearance the natives are
like tho North American Indians,
ouly moro litho and active, with
very small feet and hands.
They live in temporary camps
both winter and summer, either in
tho mountains or on the river, nc
couling to the habits of the game
they aro hunting.
Gold was first discovered in the
vicinity of Sitka by Frank Maho
noy, Edward Doyle and William
Dunlay in 1873.
Of tho sevon truding stations in
the Yukon district five are located
upon the river bank.
The first American traders to
engage in the Yukon trade were
members of the Western Union
With the first breath of spring
tho up-river poople proparo for
their annual mooting with their
friends from tho outside world.
Supplies Are purchased chiefly
in California, and carried from
here to St. Michaels.
Tho Yukon is navigable for a
250 ton steamer for a distance of
At a distance of GOO miles from
tho oceau tho Yukon river is
moro than a mile wide.
The Klondyke mining region is
in tho latitude of Iceland aud
The longitude of St. uliuhaelu
is farther wost than that of Ho
nolulu. First-class repair work only is
turned out by tho Hawaiian Cvolo
,fe Manufacturing Co., 312 Fort
street. They havo the very best
of skilled workmen.
HY I'OLICU AT CALLAO.
Jn'ijulry hero confirms tlio s'ory com
ing from Lima to tlio effect that the
Stnto Department lina lodged a de
mand with tho United States charge
of legation at Lima for the relena of
the mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He mm ahore on December
IB last at Callo, and Ma arrested be
cause of hU constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's ExrhanRo Old Stand.
First Class JWeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks nnd Now Wnitois,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BURY,
Corner KIiir anil Alahea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I
Mrs. A, Schineflen. Proprietress,
Konma Rn'Ulte ntul finale, with
Bnanl, frmn $5 50 per week, u 'uonllng
to require lUfiit; t tho utitslH.
The only Koof Prnmptihile G union
In tin; city. . MR9.-SCHMEDEN,
Telephone, (15 J
House and Lot For Sale.
Oil Young street, town side of
Tliomiia Hquare, Now House of six
room', Itu'lu Hiik parlor, three bed
kioiiih, illiiliirf-iooiu and kllclien, hath
anil sprvitnt'e rom, sheds and uit
lioiie. Lot 83 leet (rout by 161 leet
neep, gurtlvll' unit fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect Apply on
premise, or lo
at M. 8 Ormlmum & Co.'s.
DR. 0. WaLDJ BDHQESS,
Physician and Surganni
Residence; 43S I'uncubowl Street.
Ilouns: 3 to 5 and 7 p. m.
1 Two 8tore on Nuuanu street.
J Lut ou Magazine mil, luijzSlM feet,
cummuudluK au excellent view of the city
a Lot on lluckfeld street, 80x100.
4 A Cuolce ltesidenco on Lunalllo street,
bovine nil mudcru Improvements.
5 Four Houses aud Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of tl)i.
This property Is iMufeet on I'unchbnwl strie.
with a depth of til feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
lor 4 or B more cottages. The central loco-
tlon of tho property makes It raou available.
0 A Fine Residence centrally located,
containing ,5 rooms. Lot lMiliOO ft. Two
small cottages ou tho lot bringing in good
7 A Commodious Resldenco on Hasslnger
street, fitted with all modem conveniences. Or
will trade tor suburban property,
8. A House aud Lot on Youni: street.
U House and Lut corner Victoria ant
Beretania streets, opposite Thomas square,
nouse couiains t rooms.
10 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ot the Uev, Mr. 11) do. Lot
110x140. lluuo contains eight rooms.
II Pearl City Property.
Li Desirable Tract of Colfeo Land on Ha-
13 A most Desirable Homo on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds una beautiful llow.
er gaiden; house- furnished throughout in
linrd wood with all latest improvement.
Excellent view of tho city and ocean, and
one which cannot lie cut off.
14 Largo Lut and Commodious Dwel- ,
ling on Green btreet, commanding an nn
obbtructed view of tho city and harbor. No
choicer residence is to be had in the city
even by tho most fastidious.
15 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric llffhts throughout, both, patent W
O, servants'' quarters and stables. One block
from car line at Puuabou.
IG- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameha
17 Two Houses and Lots on LUIha street,
IS A House aud Lot ou Alakea street.
10 A Beautiful Building Lot at Kallhl,
1UUXJ0U, cleared, leuccd aud uater laid ou,
120 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurstos
avenue, !.M0xrj5, havlugu trontauu on Ureci
street of Itn feet, and commanding a bird's-
ce wow oi me ciij a mi naruor.
il Elegant Ikacli Property at Wulklkl.
22 House and Lot ou Peterson Lane, P
lama. House contains U rom. Lot 75x110.
23 Dwelling House of U rooms, titled with
all modem convenience Lot l'J5xllO
(Situated at Palama.
Hi Vacant Lot on Walklkl Iload, 100x110,
125 House and Lot on Nuuanu street.
House contains eight furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near tho business
center of the city.
So Elegant Residence at Punahou, House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot loox-Joo, nicely planted with fruit and
27 12 Suits of Furniture completo and
the rental of the most desirable and cen
trally located Lodging tlouho in the city.
28 Pineapple ItauoU 26,000 fruiting
plants, COO lime trees, 60 Avocado peat
trees, peach tiees and Alfalfa crop. Two
Dwelling, bum, ito. Au Al investment.
S'J-A Lodging House on Fort street con
sisting of twenty furnished rooms, all occu
pied by lodgers. A baigalu for the right
80 House and Lot, corner Wilder avenue
und ICci.u..) btiu.t, beautiful grounds, well
laid out, an excellent view of the mountains.
The lot Is ll 0 feet front on Wilder aeuuo by
a depth of 15(1 feet on Kcuulo strict. House
contains eight rooms and outbuilding. '
Notice: Can Negotiate Loans on anvJ
the uhoo property lor punliasers dt siring
samo at lioin 50 to 75 per nut ot the value,
A. V. GEAR & CO.,
210 King street.