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Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Havo removed from tlio Old Stand, corner Fort and Bcro
tania Street, to tho
XjOVO Huilcling, Jorfc Strcofc.
E2? The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all tlio Lntest Facilities in its lino.
II II. "WHjLIA.MSa Ittnnasror,
Undertaker and Embaluier.
Residence: King sirept, near Rich I
pence: King atrept, npnr
ard. Telephone No. 840.
From !New York:
, Nails, Handles,
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
., Pitch, Turpentine,
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.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause the
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
W Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS
t For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
T. Oi Box 480.
B. W. LEDEIIEB, I V
XSSu Bold Ohoap for Gawh "a
lOP Hiyliest Cnsh Prico paid for Sccond-lmnd Fumituro
E afc tho IXL, corner King and
Office: Love Uu'Mlng. Telephone
I Corner King and Nun-
MNKH MIIMVMIA I'OIUM IK VHOH
Wrnnm lrni-J A VUMMlaa' nmrt
Trip to Konft-Halllnc ! Iha Murk
Tho "Weary-Mfiry" no longor.
Inspeotor JobnBon is discharg
ing tho Miowern.
The odor of tho Orient pre
vails at tho mail wharf.
The barkontino Jane L Stan
ford Bailed for Pugot Sound this
Tho bark Fresno cleared for
Port Townsond in ballast this
morning and will sail tomorrow.
Tomorrow, high title largo 7:25
a in; high tide small 0:10 a m; low
tide large 0:00 a m; low tidv email
1:10 a m.
CommandorFreo, K N B, of the
Miowera declares tho Aorangi will
arrive from the Colonies in three
days from this datol
Tho steamer W G Hall will bo
laid np for repairs this week and
tho steamor Mikabala occupy tho
leeward Kauai route.
The ship Commodore will com
plete her cargo 3100 tons of
sugar tomorrow which will bo tho
last of this season's orop.
The Pacific Mail liner China,
commander Hoabury, sailod for
Yokohama with the Hawaiian flag
defiantly floatiug over her at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The Oriental & Occidental liner
Coptic, commandor Sealby, dock
ed at the Mail wharf about -1
o'clock Saturday afternoon niuo
days and soin'o Lours from Yoko
hama hence from that port August
5. She left about 900 tons of
freight and continued on hor voy
age to San Francisco at noon yos
torday. A protest against the further
unloading of the S S Miowera's
cargo was entered at tho custom
house by Huckfeld & Co wuo
complained that the Mail
wharf where the Miowera is bo-
ing discharged is already occu
pied by the Coptic's cargo. The
chances are the Miowera will
continue to unload at tho Mail
wharf, however, as there are no
other wharves available.
With the following memoranda
of her voyage the Canadian-Australian
liner docked at the Mail
wharf at 5 o'clock: The 11 &I S
Miowera, Thos Free, ENR, com
mander, left Vancouver at 6:1G a
m, on tho 8th inst;Victoria at 0:30
p m, same date; cleared Tatoosh
Island at 11:27 p m, passed tho
barque Imerleoky standing to
eastward in Lat 39 27. N Long
139.20. W on the 11th August.
Arrived at Honolulu at 4:30 a m.
Experienced for the first threo
days fresh and strong winds from
8 E to 8 W with head sea thenco
to arrival fine weather. The Mio
wera brings about 500 tons freight
for this port.
The steamer J A Cummins has
made a smart voyage between
Honolulu and Kailun. Captain
A Gartenberg of Griubaura & Co
Ltd hearing that his wife who has
been visiting relatives in Koua
was seriously ill chartered the
steamer to go to her bedoido. The
steamor left hero Saturday morn
ing with Captain Garten berg and
Mrs McGuire,mother of Mrs Gar
tonberg, and arrived at Eailua at
six o'clock Sunday morning where
Captain Gartenberg telephoned
ahead for horses and the Cummins
then proceeded to Keituuuu where
on horseback Gartenberg con
tinued his journey. He fouud
Mrs Gartenberg much bettor aud
will remain until the return of the
stpamer Maaua Loa next week.
The steamer reached here at eight
o'clock this morning. The Cum
mins logged 1G3 miles between
the bell buoy off the channel and
Kailua. olio will go on tho rogu
lar Waimanalo route tomorrow.
From China and Japau, per O
& O S S Coptic, AuguHt 14 F W
Amsinck, W H Brown.
From Kauai, per stmr Wainlo
ale, August 14 W E Unwell, J
Scott, J Taylor and 3 on deck.
From Kapaa, per stmr James
Makee, August 15 P T Phillips,
H8 Townsond, O li Mukeo, S
King, Ah Hon, Keo Fat, MissS
Love and 7 on deck.
From Vancouvor, per O .fe A S
S Miowera, August (! -Missus
Simpsou, Lumou, Hnaroy, Alos-
(Initios Wfittfiliiip, MiiBHon, l'.lnp,
Hill. Mors J)nvl, Clnp,
OonlidRC, iMorpan, Dnrlon, l)r
WnuKhol), Wnititliop Jr, Iltultlnrl,
Mubboii, Haul, Estop 'i, llomon,
From Kumi, pr tmr W Q
Hftll, August 16-0 M Cooke, 8
M JJnllou, W T Whitloy, A v
Judd Jr, A W Judd, O Judd, U
Judd, G Fuller, II G UomlrickB,
J B Uanaiko, L Kauai, G It Har
rison, O Akana, J HutchiiiB, wife
and 4 children, W Btovons nnd
wife, LM VetloBon, W L Stan
loy, B L Marx, O J Fishol, Mrs
Askew aud boji, Mrs W M Smith,
Mrs 8 Kneo, Mifls M Kealakai, S
P Corren, N Mazabara, Ako and
32 on deck.
From Maui, por stmr Claudiue.
August lG-Dr It McKibbin. W
P Boyd, Miss E Damon, Mrs H E
Cooke, W G Cooke, J P Cooke, J
B Alexander and wife, G 8 Water
house, W D "Wilcox, Father Fran
cis, Bro William, lilia, A N Ko
poikai and wife, V .1 Aloncastrc, J
J Drummoml, Jim Aulil, O Tuoh,
Masters Koolling 2,.MisuKoolling,
Mrs H Robinson mid 5 children,
G B Schnieder, C Crowell, Bro
ltobort, Miss (5 Colburn. Miss
Lloyd, Woug Kau, Akanaiiilii, J
Klosepa aud wife, aud 4 children,
E It Hendry, Then Wolff, G A
Hansen, W C Crook, A H Crook,
Wong Ohong, Tong Ho, P N Ka
bokuoluna, 8 J Sttltor, wifo, maid
and 0 children, Mr Pakala and
wife, A Haneberg and 31 deck.
For the Colonies, per 8 8 Mio
wera, August 10 Mr Walter aud
Fur Koauhou, Hnwaii, por stmr
J A Cummins, August 14 A
For San Francisco, por O & O
S 8 Coptic, August 14 E Suhr,
Rudolph Spreckels, Dr Flado, J
Reewes, H Loouard, W T Bar
bour, Mr and Mrs C Hedemann,
George W Macfarlane, Dr and
Mrs Grosser. Mr aud Mrs H
Walles, MrB Barbour.
SiTURDiT, AUR 14.
01033 Coptic, Sealby, from Clitna and
Stmr Walnkale. Orecory, from ports on
Stmr J A Cummlne, Scarlo, for Keaubou,
Stmr Clnuillne, Cameron, from ports a
ritmrJnmus MaUcc, Tullttt, from ports on
Stmr Kcaubou, Thompson, from ports on
Stmr V Q Hull, llni;liinJ, from ports on
Schr Luka Irom Hawaii.
Mondat, Auj; 10.
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Ha
waii. C & A It M 8 Mlocra, Tlios Frto It N It,
Monday, Aug 10.
Stmr Kaena, Farkcr, for Walalua, Puulkl
and Mokulela, at 1U a m
Stmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Holokal, Maul
and Laual, at 5 p m.
Am uktn Janu L Stanford, Jobuson, for
C i A U M 3 Miowera, Titos Free I1NR,
Stmr J A Cummins, Stark-, for
muualii, Tucdiiy. Aun- 17, at 7 a in.
Stmr Clnudlnc, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, ruceilaj, Auk 17, at 5 p m.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Maul and
Hawaii, at 111 a m, Tuesday, Auk 17.
Stmr Kvaulniu, Thompson, for Aliuklnl
and Hanamaulu, Tuesday, Auk 17, at 4 p m.
Stmr Mikabala, llaclund, for ports on
Kauai. Tucsduj, Auk 17, at A p m
Hk Kresno, for Puget Sound, Tuesday,
Auk 17, at uooii
Ex stmr Claudlne-1050 bags sucar, 132
Iuks potatoes, fii bus corn. Hi hogs, Su bead
cattle, 17 pkeiJildis, 1 roller, 5(1 plKS sun
ilili.fi, I x stmr W G Hall yo sx rice, 103 bdls
bldts, Umulis, Ucoms.
Ex slmr Walalcale McCandlcsa well bor
WINTER-DONNOLLT In Honolulu, Au
14, IHU7, by tbe Ruv H N Iloyt, D D, Mr
John Winter to Mrs Martha Uunnolly.
First-class bioyolos in first' class
order are rented by tbe Hawaiian
Cycle k Manufacturing Co.
Wanted A position as house
keeper by a Spanish lady. Ad
dress or call at tho Bulletin Oflico.
If you havo a tiro that is badly
cut talco it to the Piiciflo Cycle k.
Manufacturing Co., Lovo build
ing. Thoy havo a vulcanizor and
uiiiko your tiio nu good as new at
u nominal cost.
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REGIMENTS WIN A CMET
iioon 1'i.AiifHJ on nerii nidm
IN KATItMnAY'N UAMK.
Bttsak nri.wrk In Iha Last Hnirnflha
Ninth Ulvta the Holtlerath
There wbb somo good ball play
ing on Saturday in tbo gamo be
tween tho Regimonts and St. Louis
teams, and if Dayton had not got
rattled in tho third innings and
let the Regiments make five runs
tho chances are thoy would havo
been badly loft. As it was they
won the game in tho lust
half of the ninth by a series of
lucky hits, tho score beiug 8 to 7.
The details of tho gamo are given
The St. Louis went to the but,
Thompson Hew out to Kaanoi off
tho first ball, Willis was put out
at first on a grounder to short,
Kiwa hit a grounder to pitcher
and was put out at first
For tho Regiments Moore fniled
to reach first on a drive to short.
Brown was struck by a pitched
ball and took Mist and was put
out trying to steal second. Davis
made a baso hit to right field,
Gorman took his base on balls,
Luahiwa sent the ball to second
aud was put out with Gorman on
a double play.
In the second Gleason knocked
the ball to ceutei field for three
bases. Clarke's base bit brought
in a run, Lemon flew out to third,
Clarke went to third on an over
throw to first. Hausman made a
baso hit and stole second. Holt
struck out. Dayton Hew out to
Hennessy made a single, Scan
Ian made his first but Hennessy
was put out at second. Kiloy and
Kaanoi struck out.
In the third Thompson and Wil
lis were put out at first. Kiwa
made his baso on Scanlan's orror.
Gleaaou follo'.vul with t safe bane
bit. Clarke was put out at first
by slow running.
Moore made a base hit and stole
second aud went to third on a
passed ball and oame home on an
other. Bower was called out for in
terfering with a batted ball. Davis
took bis base on balls and Gorman
made a base hit, Luahiwa's hit to
center for two bases brought in
two runs, Hennessy followed with
another hit which brought Luahi
wa home, crossing the plate him
self on an overthrow from Dayton
to second. Kiley got a base on
balls and stole second. Kaanoi
In tho fourth Lmon started out
with a baso hit, Hansman flew out
to Davis. Holt made first but
Lemon was put out at secoud.
Holt stole second, Dayton saved
iirst but Holt was called out at the
plate on a rather tough decision.
Moore made hiB base, Bower
was pnt out at first. Davis flew
out to Kiwa at right field who
threw to third putting Gorman
In the fifth Thompson made
first by Scanlan's error. Willis'
bit over shortstop took bira to
thiid, bringing 'Ihompsou homo.
Kiwa flow out to Davis.N Willis
was put out at the plate on Glea
son's baBO bit. Clarke was put
out at first.
Gormau flew out to Thompson.
Luahiwa made his first and stole
Bocoud. Hennessy made his baBC
on Lemon's orror. Scanlan was
put out at first and Kiloy flew out
Iu the sixth Lemon got a baso
hit to center. Hausman struck
out. Holt madt his base but
Lemon was put out at second.
Dayton's base bit to right took
Holt to third. Thompson's baso
hit brought Holt home. Willis'
base hit did tho same for Dayton.
Willis stolo second. Kiwa struck
Kuanoi got his base on Willis'
erioi. Moore struck out. Bower
made a base but was put out at
second on Davis' fly muffed by
Kiwa. Kaanoi was put out at the
plate by Thompson's quick throw.
Iu the seventh Gloason was
struck by a pitohad ball and took
first. Clarke's two base bit to
confer field brouRbt him homo.
Clarko went to third on an over
throw Jo second, Lemon's base
hit brought Olaiko in. Hansman
made first on a bit to abort. Holt
flew out to second and Lomon and
Hausman were put out at first and
second on the triplo play.
Uormnii mado n singlo and
1 Luahiwa another, Ueuuessy flow
out In llniianifiiiii. Hr-ntilnu nnd
Liiiililun went out on n tloublo
piny from recoiid to first.
In tho eighth Da) ton mndo first
on a bit to cetitor but wns put out at
second. Thompson went to sec
ond on an overthrow to first.
Willis fltw out to aecond anil
Kiwa to right field.
Kiloy flew ont to Hansman.
Kaanoi's fly to loft field wns
gathered in by Holt and Mooro's
In tho ninth Gloason knocked
tho ball to short nnd wont to third
on an overthrow to first. Clarke
waB put out nt first. Lemon flew
out to Luahiwa but Glensou
scored. Haneman mado a baso
bit and stole second but was put
out on Holt's hit to short.
Bowor struck out. Davis mado
a base bit. Gorman's two-baso
hit brought Davis home. Luahi
wn's two bagger made a run for
Gorman and tied tho score. Hen
nessy made his bstu on Chu ko's
error. Scanlan flow out to Lemon.
Lunhitva stole third aud came in
ou Kiley'n hit to riuJit.
HOW THEY HT AND.
Won Lost I'orceut
Star 4 0 400
Rog 0 5 CG5
StL 6 4 555
Mortgagee's Notico of Intcntioa to
Foreclose and of Sale,
Notice Is hereby nlvon Unit by vir
tue of a power of sale cotituiiiel Iu a
criHin murtKHge diitt-il the 22 Juno,
1894, made ly 10 A WIIIIhiiib ,, I Hono
lulu, Ouhu, toO. E. WIIIUiiik recorded
hi the lleKlMer Olllcf, Oaitn, In Lltier
147 on paues 340, 347, 348 und duly an
Hlgi.ed t the suld C E. Williams to
Bihliop & Co. hy as-lKiitiicnt d ittil the
23rd day nf June 1891, rt-uoidrd In
the KpuisterOtllceOxhu In I ihVr 147
iKf 348, am) duly arstgned by the
hM B'-lMip & Co. to J AlfrtJ Ma
goon, Trusl-e, by alignment dated
the 27tn day of AUkUt 1805 aud Duly
felgued by the said J Allrol Ma
Koon, Trustef, to IuIb Maika bj as
sitfUiueul dated the 9tli day of August
1897, the said Louis Maikx Intends to
fort-olo-tj said mortuaue for a breach
of the conditions In said mortgage con
tained, to wit: the non-pa) uieut of
the principal and lutem-t when iue.
Notice Is also given llmt nil and
tdnpular the property dt-i-crlbt-d In
abl mortgage will lie i-ol.l at pti llc
HUCtlnu at the auctlo r"otu of W. 8.
Luce, on Queen street in -nM Hono
lulu, on THURSDAY". Ifl'li iIhv of
August, 1897, at 10 o'clooka.m. of said
Tue properly in haIU tuoitgage is
thuM de-nrlhel: The "-unil'ure and
Undertaking btifclnos and property
mild and liaiiBterreit by rata O K.
Williams to H U. WllllaiiiHaod E A.
Wllliaiua thin day, and nil the goods,
chattels, effects and mtrchuudlsr be
longing to the Bald bUHln.cs and the
hook i.entn and chosen hi action there
of and all aller acquired stock.
tJtf" Terms Cash.
Aeslguee of mortgage.
Dated Honolulu, Aliens' 9, 1897.
Two Dollars here. jrlv
Small matter -
where the lois
The maker and
care for that.
Measure your profit
by what you
Straws - ' v . W
Two Dollars here.
9 Hotel Street : : Waycrley BlOCl"
Agents Tor Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear, Bend fur Catalogue.
We Wake Shirts to Order.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
XW We will Hay or Sell Real Estate in
til porta of tbo group.
KW Wo will Hell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
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