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EVHN1N0 nULTiRTIM, AUflUHT 10, 1807.
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Llii." ".I "!flBS!SAteS?ti'S
WATERFRONT ITEMS mimm mtruigsnoe. : imtinotive goodness
nrn llmmi whoan nnliirM are for
did HOll lllill tlllMIt (WllHIH .lllfl
nru inortt or Ions rooky ground in
which nothing Hut N good natur
ally takes root.
Wlion yon linvo n porlrrtlt on
urgod boo that you got your
money' worth. King Bros, have
reduced prices to 5.00, $0.C0,
$7.C0 amf 110.00 for work that
thoy gunrnntoo to bo firstolrtis.
ONLY TOTTNJD ON THE
Ti'tmilt, Auic 1U.
Btraf Noran, IV Irtfon, from Hawaii.
Am bk Martha I)U. r. ''" '''
Am bk 0 I) Hrj.nl, Colltjr, from l.ajwn
iNirANCK nttr.nr. human .tATHHB
HIHK MARriM stAVI AND '.
MUTANT AMMIVK TlAt.
Ilrraln llmalHahnr.. Kshlklltd ky
Hiirrar.ra In n Ratajllali
Intt4t't Walward VI..I Jlmmi
Itry' .Mtra-nikakaU nrrlTt
Nnvan With Ham. knit ftngar.
mq iuiiiu uumpsrigon.
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from the Old otsuid, comer Fort and Bcre
tania Street, to the
Love Building, Kort Street.
wmm ir 1. ' B
E2?- The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Lntest Facilities in its line.
JI II. AVIL.L.IA.IMS, Mnnager,
Undertaker and Embaluier.
REfilDENCK: King street, near Rich I Okfioi:: Lov.- llu Ming. Telephone
an!-. Telephone No. 819. No 810.
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that we have a stendy demand
for, and which wo oft'or to you nt very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
B. W. LL'DEEEIt,
JSfcw and ITirst-olaas
Second-hand Furniture ioJL
rm- Sold Cheap iov Onsh "a
jr Highest Cash Prico paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho I X L, corner King and Nuuauu streets.
Corner King aud Kuu
Tho Rchoonor Moi Wnbino loft
for Poauilo this morning.
Two inches of rain during Sun
ilivy aud Mouilay alouu; tho lin
Tho bnrkontino W II Dimond
mid bark Coylon sailed for the
conut this afternoon.
Tho steamer Noonu with fl!)fl
baijs of Humukiia sugar nntl 14
pussenuors arrived in port this
Tho spur buoy got adrift from
its ohuuuol anchorage on Sunday
luBt anil was recovered by tho tug
Tomorrow, high tide largo 3:25
p tn;high tide amnll 3:00 a in; low
tido large 8:00 a in; low tide small
10:20 p m.
The embarkation of sailors from
the raeu of war iu the harbor to
attend tho funeral today presented
an imposing sight.
Thirty eight days was tho total
timo of tho voyage of tho O D
Bryant from this port to Laysnu
Inland and return.
Popular Captain Drew of the
bark Andrew Welch won't stay
long with us this trip as ho ex
poets to get loaded and away noxt
Tho steamer Mikahala with tho
Gay Robinson family arrived last
evening at half past seven o'clock.
The Mikahala goes to Haualoiund
way ports this afternoon.
Tho bark Martha DaviB, H A
Friis mastor, 13 days from San
.Vraucisco with a general cargo
consigned lo Browor & Co and a
number of passengers arrived at
an early Lour this morning.
Tho Imrk 0 D Brvnnt, Colloy
mastor, 20 days from Laysau Isl
and with a guauo cargo comsigned
to Haokfeld & Go anchored off
Brewer's this forenoon. Gov Mux
Sohleromcr and family camo up
from the island.
Telephones como in too frequent
ly this morning to suit Cashier
Brash of tho Wilder S S Company
concerning tho sailing of steamer
Kinau and whether such sailing
would be postponed on account of
tho big tuneral. Tho iiiuau left
but a few minutes late with a small
passenger aud freight list.
The Oiuciunatti Tribuno of July
20 last contained a full front page
article on the Hawuiiuns properly
illustrated from thopou of a sister
of Jas J Kelley, tho popular
Customs etoro keeper. Exceed
ingly interesting aud advertising
the islands well it was all gleaned
fiom letters from "our Jimmy"
duriug the past few years.
From Kauui, pershur Mikahala,
Aim 01! Gav. F Gnv. Mrs lto
unison, xur iiooiusou, nov air
From Hawaii, per stmr Noonu,
Aug 10-Mrs E South, Miss M
South aud 12 deck.
From Lnyeuii Islands, par hk C
D Bryant, Aug 10 Gov Mux
Schleaiiner and family.
I'S22IIf KI!P DFPAUTED.
For Kouni, per stmr Waialealo,
L M Veltleaon.
For M U' h id II .v. ii, per stmr
Kinuu, August 10 Volcano: Geo
Shutt, H W Earlo. Way ports:
HI) Walbridge. ,1 Kenton, Miis
N lorter,Min8 Jiond,Mi-s Mul,;e,
Miss Suntci'j F G Lo Blond and
wife, J Pors'da, Father Oliver, W
laac, J II Stelling, Fatlipr Paul,
Fathor Bouaventuia, Paul Jarrett.
M J Gimrca, P II Dodgo and
wife, Mrs Apuna, Ah Young, Jno
Kelehuw, Miss Severance, Miss
Guild, G AV Puty.J Gibbs, G E
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
CJoudiuo, Aug 10 It It Berg,
Sister Bonuveuturu aud gill, A
WaterhoiiHP, T E Itugg, Miss
Luy I' ....)- hi, Fatuer JamoH,
Father LioSi-rt, Pakula, Elia, W
J. -Im'.ij., utiao xiitCum, Mfn XL S.
Weir, J C L.ouhnrt, Theo Wolff,
A II Crook, E Oapellos, L It Ma
dpiros, Kucy Lahiona, Luoy La
in. JNicely furnished rooms at the
Populnr Hoimo, Ifil Fort elreot,
from 81.00 per week up.
Tt'EliAT, Aug 10.
Stmr Uatullne, Cameron, for port on
Stmr W O Hall, lUslund, for port, oa
Mlmr Klnau, Cliu'ic, for Mnul n.l Il
w.ll. Slinr Jme. Mkcc,Tiillell,for lUn.lel and
Stmr Mlkalmln, ll.Klmnl, for porlt on
Am bktn W II Dimond, Nllaon, for San
Am bk Cejlon, Callionn, for San Fran
clco. Scbr Mol Wnlilnc, for l'naullo.
VE8SKLS LKAVISO TOMOBUOW.
Stmr Kllaiica Hon, Wclr, Jfor Olowalu and
Stmr Ik'lenc, Fncinati. for Maliukona,Lan.
iiilnwline, llon.iblnn, llnknllil, llonomu, Oo
kala, I'obakuindiin mid I'cckuo.
Ex tmr Notan-3515 bai; of Honokoa
aud Kukulliaele sugar for tiliacfor Co.
VKSSKH IN l'OHT.
U S S Marlon. Hook, San Dlcno. March 19.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, Bail Dlcgo, April
II 1 .1 M S Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II II M 8 I'cnculn. Field. FIJI.
H IJ JI d lllycl, Wjemuia Najjayorkl, SF.
liyuasturr not included In thUU.t.)
Haw bk Andrew Welch. Drew. 8 V.
Am bktn Jano L itanford, Johuion, Ncw
cat!c. Mr ship Urcnhllda, Baxter, Llvcrnuol.
Gcr ahlp H F Glado, llncsloop, Bremen,
Am bktn S O Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco. Am ulilp Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
cisco 15 r bk Woollahra, Uarncton, Newcastle.
foiu:ion vrssm.s nxrnrTEo.
Vessels Wlierc Iroin Uue
Am bktn F.cho.... Timet Sound July
Am scbr U her lluhno ..Eurtka ...July
Am bktn Kllkllnt I't (umblc ...July
Am sclir Loulilana....l'iii;et Sound. .July
Am felir Holiert Starlen l'uet Sound.July
Am vclir Aloha SF July
Amsihr Aloha S F Auc
Am bk Adam, VV Spies,. ...N T... .October
rant and Prraent.
"Tlicy didn't hnvo nil this Blang nnd
idlcncKD iu my dny," Biild grniulnm.
"When a girl meant 'no,' slio eaid 'no,'
and sho pat in her timo knitting."
"Aud bow, "said Gladys Kdytli, "in
Etcad of knitting ami saying 'no,' tho
girls urc knowing mid haying 'int.'"
Cautlouti Knslo ICtlUo.
Languid Lukn I rend dnt greenbacks
wtjz upt tcr bo cliock full of discam
germs. Does yer bcliova it?
EnsioEddio Suio, dut'swliyl won't
work. 1 might git paid iu grcenbat'.h
en git my system filled wit' microbcH
A I'uuitly ltow.
The Fat Lady What is tho two
bonded freak tnlking to herself about?
Tho Dog Faced boy Why, you see,
eiicbououf her criticised the other ouo's
bonnet, and now tlioy'ro having an aw
ful fuss. Town Topics.
A Favorite of l'urtune.
"Joo nlwnys did hnvo good luck."
"What has happened now?"
"Ho died just iu timo to get that freo
funeral ollercd by u now undertaking
Arm. " Chicago Record.
After tho Vcrillct.
Mr. Lakeside Well, yon hnvo your
divorce. I hope you want nothing moro
IiIiM. L.ikcHidu Only it Icttci tr lufor
once. New York Journal
Firs,t PuglliuIlow did you loso tho
Second Pugilist By n slip of the
tongue. Town Topics
Befi ro giviug your order for a
portrait, boo what King Bros.
Iiavo to show in orayou enlarge
ments aud judge for yourself
whether they cun give you tho
best valuo for your monoy or
Krooger PinnoH,8weoto8tm tone,
Jas. W. Uorgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonio Temple. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. 16$ Tele
Our vo.-k 5? bettsr and ont
prices are lower for enlarged
portrait work than auyouo oWs.
Wo oro not making much at it,
but don't lot that worry you. If
you hnvo anything in this lino to
bo done soo our samples first,
ana you won't regret it. liing
Bios., 110 Hotel stroot.
Tho railway ncoidont at Wol
sliamplon on Friday week is in
many ways onn of tho most (lis
trcssing which lmvo occurred iu
recout years, says tho London
Spectator. Tho number of tho
victims was, for an English ncoi
dont, unusually largo nlovon
killed and twenty-fivo wounded
all of them persons of an uiiUhiial
ly respectable kind, engaged in a
function a gathering of Sunday
school teaohers moro directly
religious than the charitable
bazaar at whioh tho sufforors in the
Paris calamity were destroyed.
Tho slaughter, too, was bo unne
cessary. There wns no "accident"
properly so-called, nothing which
could not h'tvo been provided
against, no Huddmi collapse of
part of tho machinery, no tuull or
breakdown of Bicnallers or en
gine drivers. Tho viotims, it is
reported in the Daily Chroniclo,
apparently on the authority of the
oilicial inspector, were sacrificed
to soino imperfection in the condi
tion of the liue, whioh had been
left, by the negleot probably of
some subordinate ovorseer, iu a
state in which it was unable to
bear the passago of heavy engines.
That report, of courso, may bo
unfounded, but nothing is satis
factory about the narrativo except
tho behavior of the eufiVrors,
many of whom, according to the
detailed account in tho Daily
Nows, displayed a fortitude and a
disregard of self that elevates
one's conception of tho virtues
which may bo hidden in otdinary
humuu uuturo. Mauy of the vic
tims, of course, shrieked aud
gi oaued, as tho wounded do .n u
battlefield, but many moro boro
agony which must have been ter-
rioio, in suence, wuuo a iew dis
played a demeanor which makes
one think that tho old theologians
who spoke so much of 'preveniout
grace, the gift of a goodness
which seems independent of any
cause savo the will of a merciful
Creator, were at least familiar
with somo of tho recesses of
human nature. Tho man who for
two hours held a caudle uloft with
one arm while his deliverers hack
ed at the woodwoik crushiug tho
other, wob, perhups, possessed of
nothing better than stubborn
pluck, though endurance of that
kind involves such perfect self-
control as to ho equivalent to a
virtue; but tho girl who, with a
leg brokeu aud a thigh fractured,
said goutly, 'Go and see toothers,'
exhibited a charity such as we do
not often find in the most devoted
Christians, while tho little hoy of
teu who cried for his mother, but
begged that she might not know
bow badly ho had boon iujured,
showed how the quality of con
sideration, which we often think
of as mero politouess, may be
developed into a lofty virtue.
Such instanoes make ono recon
sider ouo's conviction that human
nature is bad and it is astonish
iug, under certain circumstances
of buffeiiiig, how frequent they
nro. Wo hardly ever rend an ac
count of a grave" raining accident,
or u personal uurrative of a battle,
or a story of ebcapes from a great
fire, without noting incidents iu
whioh persons, nlwnys ordinary
and sometimes rullianly, have dis
played what philosophers call
"altruism," tho power of postpon
ing self to othois' welfare, in its
most admirablo degiee. Contrast
such Btones with thoso of tho mad
selfishness and cruelty ofteu de
veloped by pnnics, and wo got a
now imprebsiou of tue laugu of
the moral qualities, their baseness
in some, their nobility in others,
which compels ono toimk whether
it is impossible that some natures
may be possessed ot moral gifts
separating them from the ruok as
completely as tho gift of genius or
of special intellectual force separ
oto a few from the mijoritj. Tho
idea of such inequalities is a
strange ono, aluiujl iiiipaguiug
tho fairness of God in his tieat
inoiit of his creatines, but it is
entirely in accord. with all that wo
seo in .other departments of
human lifo,and o'ntirely in neoprd,
too, with tho Christian Jievula
tion, throughout whioh rune tho
I touching thut among inon there
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM.
Woman's LxiliiuiMoUM oIhii.I.
First Class Weals, - - 25c.
New Cool, s nnd Now Wnitois,
Now Furnituro nnd Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BURY,
Cum. 1 Kuiii tuiil Aluiiea .Streets.
Honolulu, II. r
Mrs. A. ScMen, Proprietress.
Rooms Rti-uilo unit Slimlo, with
Buitr.1, fi. m i 50 per week, u.-unriilnjr
to reqiilr.-mmti ,.f the imk-hIh.
The only Roof Prnnifim-lc Garden
In tliH diy MR8. 8CHMKOKN,
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young otreel, town aldo of
Tliiunas Square, New House of nix
rnntn, Iim-Tii IIhk pnrloi, three lied
room, ulnlim-rf om and kltnhen, bath
an.: cuvanf mum, hhilx anil out-Iioiiho-.
L.I 83 leet Iror.i by 151 (-et
ot-eii, girileu uiul fruit hearing tres. '
Tl'Ie guaranteed perfect Ai.i.iv on
preuilBer, or to
at M. H Grlntmuui & Co.'s.
DR. G. W4LD0 BUHGESS,
Physician and Surgrjnn,
Residence; 4HS Punchbowl Street.
Ilouits: S to 5 and 7 r. M. Trx. 8S2.
bV Sal .
1 Two Stort-H on Nuuauu itrtL-t.
J Lot on Magazine lllll, l'-'UxiflU foct,
cotuinauillug au cxccllcut view oftlio city
J Lot on lliickfeld street, 60x100.
1 A Cliulce Itcolilciice ou Luualllo etrect,
bavlni; nil modern Improvements.
5 Four I! omen ami Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented ut a monthly rental of HOi,
Thl property Is LMUfeet on I'unctibotvl stree.
rfltli u depth uf dfeet running to the drill
urounds or armory, with a lruuini;o nn xame
lor 4 ur!i more eottajjes. The cuitiu! loca
tion of tho property makes It most available:
I A Finn Keldence cenlruliy located,
contalnlm; i5 rooms. Lot H.'ur.'UU tt. Two
small cottages on the lot brluulni; In (rood
7 AOorcmodlous ltCBldeui.e on HasslnEer
Btreet,lltted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade tor suburban property.
8. A House and Lot on Young street.
0 llouo aud Lot comer Victoria and
Deretaula streets, opposite Thomas square,
house coutalus II rooms.
10 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ol tho ltev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
HUxNi). House coutalus elelit rooms,
II Pearl City Property.
U Desirable Tract of tiolTce Land on Ha
13 A most Desirublo Home on Thurston
avenuo. Large Kioumls nnd beautiful flow
er Garden; bouso furnished throughout in
hardwood with nil latest imptovemenU
Excellent viow of tho city aud ocean, and
one which cannot bo cut off.
14 A Largo Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Qreeu Street, commanding an un
obstructed view of the city and harbor. K
choicer residence is to bfl bad iu the aity
even by the most fastidious.
15 A New lloueo ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath patent W
C, 'mints' incrtuta ud staples. Olu block
from car line at Puunhou.
10- Only 4 of those Lots left near Knnich
17 Two House and Lots on Llllba street.
IS A House and Lot on Alakea street.
3 A Bcuuiiiui UullUlui; Loi at MillhS,
lUx2UO, cleared, fenced and water laid oh.
!i0 A (icutly Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, mUxI'JS, having aftontacc on Greet
street of 105 I'eet, aud commanding a bird's
cyti view ol tbi city nnd harbor
ai Elegant lloach Properly at Walklkl.
'! House and Lot ou Peterson Lai;, P
lama, nouse contains II rome. Lot 75x110.
'ii Dwelling House of U ronmi", fitted with
all modern conveniences Lot IgftxllO
Situated at Pulamu.
'Jt Vacant Lot on Wallttltl Koad, KOxllU.
US House and Lot on Nuuauu street.
House contains eijlit furnlsbtd rooms.
Very conveniently located near the bnsrncss
center ot tho city.
80 Elegant Hesldencoatruiiahou. House
of 7 roiiius with all modern cucnlencc6.
Lot Iooxl'oo, nicely planted with fruit and
2712 Snits of Fnrnituro complete and
tho rental of tho most dosinble aud cen
trally locatfd Lodging Rouso in tliv city.
23 PinoupiJo ItuucU S6.000 fruiting
plauts, COO limo trees, CO Avocado near
tress, poach trees and Alfalfa orop. Two i,
Dwellings, bnrn, oto. An Al investment.
UU A Lodglug House ou Fort street con
sisting of twenty furnished room,, all occu
pied by lod;;cr3 A 'ur ii for h' right
'SO House and Lot, coiner Wilder arenut
,P.l .'.OTi, , . .i..:ru .:Tell 3
!liout.nn ticcllent view of the mountains v
The lot U 1UI feet front on Wilder avenue by '
a depth of lw teet on Kcualo street, llouse
coutalus tight looms aud outbuilding.
Notick: Can Negotiate Loans on anTJ
tho above proiiorly lor purchasers dulrlns
samo at from 50 to 73 per ti.nt of tlm Nalue.
A. V. GEAR & CO., ,,;
'ilO Klug street.