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KVKNINO BUMiKTlN, AUQUBT 12, ItW7.
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Ifavo 'removed from the Old Stniid, corner Fort nnd JJuro
Innirt Street, to the
&2T The UNDEHTAK1NG DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with nil the Latest Facilities in its line.
XI IT. WlLI.IAarS, Mnnaf?oi,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Residence: King street, near Rich
ards. Telephone No. 819.
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
i Jm& ' Wrapping Paper,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers, '"
J" 'y Blocks, Washboards,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles
for, and which we offer to you
f E. Q. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Stroets.
T. O, Box 4S0.
8. W. LEDEIIEB,
BQi- Sold Cheap for Casli -&a
JZ3? Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholder of
the Honolulu Dairy Company, held
July 20. 1897, the following Officers
were elect ed to nerve for tbo cuirent
P.-iV.Jcut J. I. Dowsett
Vice President E. Dowxett
Ben'v&Treaauror ....J A.Mngoou
Auditor A. C, Dnwett.
J. A. MAGOON,
Honolulu, July 27, 1S97. OSi 3t
The Regular Quarterly Meeting of
the Union Fend (Jo , Ltd, will be held
at the Company's) Office, on SATUR
DAY, the 14tu liint.. at 10 o'clock
a m. F. R. VI IM,
S2-3t Secretary U F. CV., Ltd.
For Kent or Lease.
House on Kowalo street, containing
three bedrooms, parlor, kitchen, din
lug mid bathrooms. All uuwly repulr
ed. Apply to
J. A. MAGOON.
677-lw Next I'osi Office.
House of seven rooms with pautry,
bathroom, stable and servant's room,
situated on the corner of Punchbowl
and Uereliiula strei-tH. Apply to
J. G. SILVA,
C77-2WB At Ehlers & Co.
Love Rulldlug. Telephone
that wo have a steady demand
at very low prices.
Corner King nnd Nan
Every move In this game
of clotlieB building la
made for your gain.
there's the remotest possibility,
nnd not a penny too much to pay.
Anothpr scarf maker tripped up.
All going now at twenty-flvo cents.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Evening Bulletin- 75c per month.
WATERFRONT ITEMS !
I.Ati: nWNKH WAWT
cHnnifKN t.r.HK i
NfltnH In Taenma-KaaU Arrl?a
AiilHn Citnifa l.l.
Tho drcdKor 1b working off
Knu l'unn Blonmor Mnunn Lon
duo tomorrow noon.
Ill) MS Penguin anils for
FniiningB iHlnml tomorrow.
Tho Ghinn biuIh tomorrow nftor
noon nt -1 o'clock for the Oriout.
The ship W P( Bnboook will
load coal tit Baltimore for this
Tho OSS Alameda 0 dnyn nnd
20 liourn arrived in San Francisco
Tho Bohoouor Metha Nelson
olenreil for Tacoma this nftoruoon
Tho Bchoonor Waialua is now
coasting regularly botweon this
port nnd Kaona point.
Tho Btoaraer Knala brought a
bit; load of rice and paddy from
windward Oahu plantations this
The gunboat Bennington is en
route for Honolulu via San Diego.
Tho battleship Oregon is lying at
The barkentine Jane L Stan
ford is receiving a coat of green
paint similar to that of tho bark
Tomorrow, high Hdp largo 4:25
p m;high tide small 4:25 a m; low
tide large 9:35 am; low tido small
11:12 p m.
The OSS Australia will, owing
to some necessary repairs to her
plates, not arrive at this port until
Thursday, Aug 19.
Tho steamer Eeauhou after be
ing overhauled during the past
weeks starts in again this after
noon by taking 100 tons of coal to
Tho Canadian-Australian S S
Aorangi (Orang Otang as they
call her on the front) according to
latest advices will not arrive from
the Colonies until Aug 25.
Captain and Mrs Soule are now
in San Francisco, but they will
take a trip East before Captain
Soule resumes command of the
bark Martha Davis. S F Item.
The bark Mohican cleared from
San Francioco for tbiB port on
August 4 with 537 bbls flour, 3048
otls barley, 1300 eks bran, 10G4
ball's hny, 150 cs and 300 kegs
powder. 100 tons fertilizer, 27 M
bricks, 300 sks middlings, 485 ctls
oats, etc, valued at S22.570.
Captain Carey, of tho Moana,
hopes to make a rocord on his
voyage to Sydney, but the beach
combers who saw the vessel Bail,
said she was too heavily loaded to
make a good run, and that the
vessel would be in big luck to
havo fair weather to Honolulu.
By the time she reaches the isl
ands Bulliuient coal will be con
sumed to ease her up. Com
The coast papers have consider
able to say concerning the recent
sensational urrival here of the
schooner Lily L (now tho Wai
alua). The S F Chronicle of July
30 iinrsheH up its article thus:
Tho last time the Lily L was
beard from by persons in this city
was a year ago, when bIio left
Cook's Inlet, Alaska, after having
tflken a party of minprs up there.
E E Wyman, the owner, has
waited a long time for tidings of
his vessel, hut has never heard of
her since she left Alaska." Its a
Bad thing for owner E E Wyman
"but 'twas over thus, etc."
Phaetons and Buggies.
If you uro iu need of a vehiolo
of any description, inspect tho
stock of G. Schumun at tho Club
Stables. Ho keeps on hand a full
lino of phaotoue, surreys, buggies,
road wagons, and Frozior road
Wo dou't expect you to give us
tho preference if what wo have to
sell is inferior or our prices high
er than our rivals, but when wo
offer a suporior article for loss
raonoy, you do yourself a wrong
by not looking into tho matter.
Call and seo our samples of
portrait work. King Bros., 110
WlllllMlliT, Alltf II,
Plmr KmU, Mntlirr, I row Oatui parts,
Bttir Mil Morris, from 0lm port.
Tiiurdiiat, Aug 13,
8lmr J A Cummins, Htrlr, for ()lin
ports at ? m.
Btmr Normi, IVtcmiii, for t.nliMiin, Ho
noksa, nd Kukiilhaile.
Hlnir Kcmilicui, Tliompunn, for ports on
VLBHKLB LL'AVINO TOMOltltOW.
S China, Seabury, for China nnd Jspau
II U M B Penguin, Field, for Fanning'
I. M POUTS.
Kx otmr KnnU-6'.X) bugs rlcc.fll liaga bran,
1375 liaB padilj, 41 pkes itindrlis
Kx bktn Mnrtlm l)aU W,,l'2 lbi furllll
rer, II cosk. Ijpir, 14 mule. I (It) bblallinc,
ail 15S Iba ItHi leji . SM bile Imj, :J'),IX)
bricks, 'JiMO IIm btittcrln , rm I lis beans V)
ca aalnion, Ti'Uil Ilia corn, U i ca c:llii)cj (,'niids,
l.')ID lbs anlt.fi rolls Itallicr, I'Jft bbls llonr,
'.'IS pkL'S brldi;u nmlvrlnl. IM. .ill lbs bran,
U I'tls wbcut, ill,.!! lbs iniiUlliitfS Vnluo
VKKBKI.j t.N I'OHT.
U 8 8 Marlon. Book. San 1)Ipi;o, March 13.
U 8 8 1'liUadelphU, Cotton, Son Dleo, April
II 1 J M 8 N'unlwn Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II B M 8 Penguin, Field, FIJI.
(Coasters not Included In tills list.)
Haw bk Andrew Welch. Drew, 8 K.
Am bktn Jane I. Stanford, Johnson, New-
Br ship llrcnhlldn, Baxter, I.Uerpnol,
Gcr ship II F Glade, llaesluop, Bremen.
Am bktn 8 O Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco. Am ship Commodore, Davidson, Sau Fran
cisco. Br bk Woollahra, Barncson, Newcastle.
Am bk Martha Davis. Krlls, San Francisco
Am bk C D lirjunl. Colley, Lujsuu IMand.
KOHK1GN VPBSELB EXPECTED.
Vessels Where irom Duo
Am bktn Eclio....l'ui;ct Sound July
Am schn Esther Huhne.. ..Eureka... .July
Am bktn Kllkltat Ft Gamble ...July
Am schr Louisiana. ...Timet Sound. .July
Am schr Hubert Scnrlcs l'unet Sound July
Am schr Aloha SF July
Am schr Aloha 8 F Aui;
Am bk Geo F Mason. ..Newcastle... Sept
Br bk Koscrusko Newcastle. ...Sept
Am bk Llzrlc Vance.. ..Newcastle ...Kept
Am all 1111lu L Starbuck.. Newcastle. .Sept
Am sell Itobert Luwers....Ft Bound.. Auc
Am bk Mnhlcan 8 F ..Aui;
U 88 Ualtlmore 8 F Oct
U 8 8 Bcnnlni;uon ...San Diego .... Aug
UlfOreaon 8F Sept
Am ship W F Babcock.... Baltimore.. Nor
Why people come long distances
to buy at the Palama Urocery.
Reason No. 1 Because one cus
tomer tells another how much
they saved by dealing at this livo
and let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 Because tho saving
from their grocery bill helps them
to pay their house rent. If you
don't bolievo what our customers
Bay, just givo us a call and be con
vince. Habby Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Kail
Tel. 755, every time. Goods de
livered. m m m
BY POLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms the sory com
ing from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Limn for the relevie of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." He ns ashore on December
19 last at Calhio, and was arrested be
cause of bin constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer.'' On taxi or In bottles at the
m m i
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from S1.00 per week up.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
dav, week or month. Tor mis: 26
and 60 cents per night. $1, and
S1.25 ner week.
City Ourriage Co.. J. S. And
ado, mannger. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
stroets Haok at all hours.
Our work is bettor and our
prices are lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyone elso's.
We aro not making much at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
you have anything in this line to
bo done seo our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel street.
P. F. llyan, the genial manager
of tho reliable old Anchor, has se
cured an able assistant in William
Carlisle, late of tho Hawaiian
Hotel. At tho Anchor tbo famous
Seattle beer is on tap, and half-and-half
compounded at "two for
a quarter." The Anchor main
tains its reputation for superior
brands of whiskies, ttB woll as of
othor liquors, winoB, oto.
Beaver - Lunch
11. J. NOITK, I'roiirietor
Till Beit Lunch in Town
Tmm. and Oottmm
AT ALt, MOOIU.
THE FINEST BHANDB OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.WATB ON HAND.
Eagle -:- House
Tlin EAnr.K Housk In tlii CooleM
anil mimt Humlsomely KtirnMieil In
with an excellent arrangement of
EDWARD A. KOSTA,
Woman's Kxclmue Old 8tiiud.
First Class flffeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and New Waitois,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner King anil Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I
Mrs. A, Sctoflen. Proprietress.
Rooms Eniilte and Hluule, with
Bnunl, Imm $5 50 iht week, a cording
to rpqilinmentH f the itueuts.
The only Rnof Prnmenxile Garden
In the city. MRS. HtJHMEOEN,
A PAMlIiY HOTEL.
T. ICxp-ojBe, - . . Xrop.
Per Day t 3.00
Per Week 12.00
Special luEontlily RatMl
The Best of Attendance, the Best Situa
tion and the Fineat Meals in thif City
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. near Thomas Square
. Cakes : and : Pies
I-Served Fresh Every Day
H. F. SINGER,
Telephone 872. Solo Prop'r.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
j5 a. jETI jj -EB j&" !
Hotel street, near Fort.
BREAD, PIES akd OAKE3
tJtT Tho Finest Imported nnd Honioi
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Corner Alien & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Hawaiian Soda Works,
Faotohy: Sunny Sootu.
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Home, tho Restaurant will reopen
with a Frto Dinner perveil in first
class stylo, Mcul", nlngle, 25c; tickets,
$4.50. Open from 5 a. in. to 7 p m.
657-1 m Proprietor.
1 TwoHlorrs un Mutismi Ht..
a lit on Miirulnr Mill. llMiJvt IM.
cotnmiiillii ii uitllcnt rlcw ul the clli
no harbor, '
? iMi on lUckMJ ilrecl, wnltw.
kAi c,?olM clilnce on l.unalllo itrm,
natlnir alt modern Improumtnlt.
flreet, rented at a monthly rental of iw,
This .rm.erly la 24(lfeeton I'unctilmwl une
wllhadeplliof itutttl runnlnR to the drtU
jtroumU or arinnrv. will, a froiitauo on Mini
Hr4,rf.?B",reco,u,J; Th central lotil
7. i WnS "fKldence cctitrnlly localeU.
conUlnlnit 14 room.. Ut laoiiwJ n. Twe
JenUC " ll'U lot Ur,"lu ' Kuoi!
7 A Ootnmodlooa Kctldvncs on llasolneei
atrcet.ntlcjl with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburlian property,
?, A House and Lot on Young street.
U-llouso and Lot corner Victoria tot
S...!! ,,,irce!,'1' "IM'oslte Thomas iquaie.
bouse contains l) rooms. '
10-llpiisu nd Lot on Voting street neat
lta.ii,Mel!i "' lhe "' Mrflljdc. l,o
if ft...i"fV'i. c""","1 elfiut rooms
II 'carl City Property.
win"""1"1'1" Tr" 0f Cottm U"d on "
in A most Dtislmblo Homo on Thurston
avenue. Ijirga Kronnda nnd bountiful Hot.
er ciuilous iiouo furnUUud throuuhoutiL
hard wood with nil lutcHt lmprovomuuu
Excellent iow of tho city nnd oconn, nnd
one which cannot bo cut off.
H A Eursjo , t and Commodious Dwol
lingon Qnuti htnt, eommnndlng nn un
obstructwl view of the city nnd harbor. No
cholrtr rciidouco Ih to b had in tho citi
even by tho most fuKildicim.
i TiA N"W Uoumi ol fewn room with
electric Hsihts tbroiighout. bath, tmtcnt W
CJ, servants' quartcre nnd stablts. One block
from car line nt I'litmlmu.
Ill- Only 4 of mote tots near Kameha
IT? Houec'1 nd Lots on Lllllia street
i?. . Hnnao and Lot on Alakea street.
im.Tin MeaUtifu.' """dine Lot at Kallhl,
.. . .' ?Jtare'i lcnced anfwatcr laid on.
vi?,7 .iin", "'"I'lnK I'"t on Thurston
avenue, iMOxl M, having u frontaCo on Orceti
street of IUj reet, und comniaudliiL' a bird's
eyr view of tbn city nnd harbor.
jjl Elcicaut lieach l'roierty at Walklkl.
ii llciusa and Lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
lama. House contains B rnomt. Lot 75x110.
at Dwelling House of U rooms, fitted ltb
a 1 modern couvcnlencei Lot 11.5x110
oltuated at Palama.
2-t Vacaui Un on WaiKlKl Koad, UKitUt).
25 House and Lot on Nuuanu street.
House contains clKht furnished rooms.
Vcrv conveuli ntlv locntcl near tb l"i.'6s
center of the city.'
2tt-Eleuant llesldenco at Punabou. House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot looxSoo, nicely planted with fruit and
2712 Suits of Furniture complete and
the rental of the most desirablo and cen
trally looated Lodging House in th- city.
28 Pineapple ltanch 25,000 fruiting
plants, 600 lime trees, 50 Avocado pear
trees, peach trees and Alfulfn crop. Two
D'f,fl"ng'. burn, etc. An Al investment.
. .. A ,Lo,K'nB House on Fort street con
sist ug of twenty furnished rooms, nil occu
pied by lodgers. A bargain for tho rlitht
8 House and Lot, corner Wilder avenue
and Kewalo street, beautiful grounds, well
laid out, an excellent view of the motintalns.
The lot Is li 0 fict front on Wilder avenue by
ft depth of lfol feet on Kewalo street. House
contains tight rooms and outbuilding.
Noticb: Can iJTjJotiate" Loans on anvi
the above property foi purchasers desiring
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of the value.
A. V. GEAK & CO.,
210 King street.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intsntioa to
Forecloso and of Sale,
Notice la hereby nlven that by vir
tue of a power of sale contained in a
(Mlalii mortgHge Hated the 2i June.
1894, ruatie by E A Williams ( H.ino'
lulu, Oahu, to O. K. Williams recorded
Iu the Register Office, Oahu, In Liner
147 ou pages 348, 347, 348 aud duly as.
signed by the said V. E. Williams to
Bishop & Co. by as-lgnment dated the
23rd iiuy of June 1894, recorded in
the Register Olllue Oahu In 1 Iber 147
page 348, aud duly asaigued by the
said BiNliop & Co. to J. Alfred Ma
gooii, Tiustee, by assignment dated
the 27th day of AusjUtt 1895 and duly
a-i-Jgued by tbn said J. Alfred Ma
goou, Trustee, to L'ltils Maiks by as
BlKiinieni dattd thu 0th day of August
1897, the said Louis Marks intends to
fomloe said mortgage for a breach
of I he conditions i u said mortgage eon-talnt-d,
to wit: the non-payment of
the principal aud iutereet wheu due.
Notice Is also given that all aud
singular the properly described In
raid mortgage will be sold at public
auction at toe auction room of W. 8.
Luce, ou Queen street In said Hono
lulu, on THU1WDA Y the 19Ui day of
August, 1897, at 10 o'clooka.m. of said
The property In said mortgage is
thus described: The Furniture and
Undertaking business aud proiierty
sold aud transferred by said O K.
Williams to H 11. Williams aud E A.
Williams this day, and all the goods,
chattels, eHeots and merchandise be
longing to the said busluess aud the
book debts aud choses lu aotlou there
of and all afler'acqiilred stock.
IV Terms Cuxh.
. , . Assignee of mortgage.
Dated Honolulu, August 9, lbU7.
" A.t .Auction.
mJ..!U Be" at I'Ubllc sale on SEP
TEMBER 29, 1697, If not toouer dls
'KPT.1., of at Private sale, all of the
Buildings known as "Independence
Park Pavilion If so ile,lrul by In
tending purchasers1 the large Diulug
room iimi be sold setiamUly (torn tho
Main Building. Also, at the same
time aud ii ace 12 doz. Folding Chairs,
Tables, Washstands, Water Pipes
eto. 'lerm: $HJ0 or under, cash;
over $100, cash or 00 dujs with good
approval notes ilrnwlng 8 percent In
terest The abuve buildings and ma
terials to be removed within 30 days
from date of wile. The premises will
at all times be open for lusiiectlou.
fto7-lm J. N. WRIGHT.
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