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VAMlNtNO llUUiRTlN, AUdUMT 17. IBM,
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Havo removed from tlio OKI Stand, comer Fort nnd 33ero
tania Street, to tho
Xiovo Huilcling, Port Strop l.
V3T Tho UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its lino.
II II. WILLIAMS, MonnRer,
Undertaker nnd Embalmor.
Rksihenck: King street, nenr Rich I Office: Love Building. Telephone
ardc. 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 steady demand
t, 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 tho
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
E5P For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street.
r-4 8. W.LEDEREB, T Sf
'fV Prop. JL W
Bu Sold Cheap
'" EST Highest Cash Price p.nidffor Sccond-haptl Furnituro
?4't the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
T Comer King and Nun-
I t ami Sis.
for Cash TB
ir.RN MKXtR V A ' MIAMI
rAMAIlR PIMM NRWl'AHTI.r.
mutts Arrle-TnMr )Mt hI.
ward-Murk AmmIk Jckaana Italia
I'rnm Hlln-JOnui In.
Tho ntentner Nonnu nrrirod from
ilamnkun ttiis aftomoon.
Tlio Imrk Fresno loft for l'upot
Hound in bnllnnt nt lialf-nnst ten
o'clock this morning.
Tho Imrk Annio Johnson with n
Wl enrgo of sugnr loft Hilo for
Sau Jj'rauciuco yesterday.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 8:110
n m;high tide Binall 0:50 p in; low
title Inrge 0:17 a m; low tulo small
1:10 p in.
Tlio torn Lizzie- Vnnco will
nwait advices by tho Htoainsliip
Australia as to discharging hero
or proceeding to Kahului.
Tlio steamer Kiuau with a big
crowd of 72 cabin and 81 deck
passengers and a small cargo ar
rived in port at noon today.
The steamer Mauna Loa had
her decks deluged with rico this
morning on the occasion of her do
parture with Marshal A M Brown
and bride on their wed dine trip.
The steamer will lot thorn off at a
Molokai lauding, probably Pukoo.
Tho American threo-niasled
schoonor Lizzie Vance, 3S3 tons,
E F Hard wick master, 13 days
from Newcastle, N S W, with G10
tons of Pacific Cooperative coal
to Wilder & Co docked at the
Mail wharf at seven o'clock this
morning. Captain Hard wick re
ports a pleasant vnyago.
The steamer Eaala arrivod from
the windward side of Oahu re
porting heavy rains along Koo
lnu laBt Thursday and Friday.
A cloudburst occurred and every
thing is washed away in bouio
places. Tlio rain camo just in
time to save a lot of cane at Laie
plantation which was all parched
for waii' of water.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
etmr Kinau, August 17 Volcano:
Geo Soydt, H N Earle, N Lan
sing, W H Wyman, W O Kinney,
Cap't G F Garland, C G Camp
bell, H Giles, E Wodehouse and
uife, Dr O JJerck. "Way ports:
MisB Uucuanan, Thos 9 Macoy, G
K Wilder and wife, A B Loobeu
oteiu, L A Audiews, G W A IIh
pai, O Furueaux, Geo Iloss, H. V
l'attou, U Beveridgo, D McKen
zie, D Ogilvie, Dr Yamamoto, H
Gorman, F M Wukefield, Rev S
Kuiulu, MisB E Quiuu, U F
Affonso, Miss Lulu llice, Col G F
Little, Mrs A P McDonald, A
Chalmers, L G Torbert, R D
Walbridge, Miss C Nukapuahi,
Wong How, Master Goo llapai,
liro Thomas, 13ro Mark, Bro Al
fred, J H WilBon, W H Crozier,
W G Walker, W Louisson, J
Coerper, L Vascoucelles, .Miss E
H Bicknoll, Miss A E Mudge, R
Bond, C T Day, Geo N Kiurl, J N
Bull, Miss Julia Quinu. F Atkins,
Geo E Smithies and wife, L Ako,
wife and 5 children, Mrs C B
Damon, M D Beckwith, F T Van
Bureu, Miss B Smithies, W H
Cornwall, H P Baldwin, Airs A B
Infills, Rev H liihui. i.ud 81
For Kauai, per stmr Waialoalo,
August 10 O Von Hainm.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Mauna Loa, August 17 Volcano:
Win Savidgo. Way ports: Mrs
Akiu, Dr Mouritz, David Kanuha,
J K Kaulia, Thos Ayers, W Kua
kini, MrsS Nowleiu and sou, J D
Paris, Miss Abbie Hoso, 0 B
Murdoch, C A Dickey, Mr Belho,
A Haneberg, Mrs S E Sunter, Dr
A MoWayno, Miss Louise Ikiu,
Mrs Henry Peters, Miss Daisy
Ena, Miss Ena and nurso.Marshal
A M Brown and bride, Mrs H H
Smyth and 3 children, Miss Ade
laide Diao, Mrs Clms Hill, Akaua
liilii, Mr Ahlo and wife, and 108
For Maui, per stmr Claudine,
August 17 H Giles, Sister Bona
venlura and girl, J S McCandlesB,
Captain Ahlborn, P M Eahoku
:lcaa, A I Silva, A L MSriis, H
M Oscar, Mr Allen, H E Hon
dricks,Mie8 Auld, Miss Trask.
Mechanics' Homo, ooruor Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tornis: 26
and 50 conta per night. $1, and
81.25 per week.
' shipping intelligence.
Tri'iur. Aug IT.
Blmr Kaala. Mother, 1mm Otliti mU.
Am tk Mule Vantf, Itanlwlck, horn
mint Kinau, CUikp, from llanalt and
HttnrNofan, IVtrrfon.from Hawaii,
Tl'hiht, Auk 17,
Stmr 3 A Cummins, gt-artr, lor Wal
matialo, Tuesday, Auk 17, nt 7 a in.
Stmr CIaiiiIIuc, Cameron, for Jiortft on
Maul, Tursilajr, An if 17, nt 5 p m.
Hlmr Mauna I.oa,8lmcrtofi, tor Maul and
Hawaii, at 111 a m, tnrsclay, Auj; 17.
Stmr Krutilinu, Thompson, fur Alittklnl
niul llanniiiniilu, Tinnlnj, Auk '" nt 4 )i in,
Hlmr MlknliAln, llaitliinri, for porta on
Kauai, Tucrib), Aiir 17, al fi p in.
111. Kremo, for l'ligct Souiul, Tucaday,
Aue 17, nt noon.
Am lik Annie Johmnn, Malon, from llllo
lor rian FrancUco, Auj: li).
SclirLul.n, for Vnnnllii
Kl l.lllc Vlllll'C (I'll IllllK dial to urilci.
Kx iltnr Klnnii 10 lines HL'ir, SJI liaR
potntoct, 6'iliali wool, 111! Jik lildea, !i5
lirad mttli', :,'i Ijii, vi tlucp, ISI pk
VKasr.t.J in pokt.
Q 8 8 Marlon, nook, Sun DIcro, March 13.
U 8 S l'ailadclplila, Cotton, Snti Dlq;o, April
II 1 .1 M S Nimlwn Knn, Kurooka, Japan,
(Con-.tcrfi not lucliuk'd In tliln list.)
Ilatt bk Ai.drcw Welch, I)rc, 8 V
(Icr ship 11 K (Hade, llacsloop, llrcmcn.
Am bktu S 0 Wilder, McNeil, Sau Fran
cisco. Am aliip Comuiudoic, Davidson, San Fran-
nr bk Woollnhrn, Ibrnonn, Ncwcntttc.
Am bk Martha IMtI. Krlls, 8nn Frnuclsco
Am bk C D Urnnt, Colley, Lnjsan Island.
Am bk Lizzie Vaucc, llardwlck, Nencustlcs
KOHKION VF8SKI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessel Where trom Duo
Am bktn F.cho....luuct Sonnd July
Am sebr Esther liuhnu.. ..Eureka... .July
Am bktu Kllkltnt 1't (iamblu ...July
Am schr l.oullaun....l,UKet Sound. .July
Am sclir Itobcrt Searlts l'ut'ut Sound July
Am fchr Alolm 8F July
Am sihr Aloha S F Alii:
Am bk Geo F Mason. ..Newciistlo... Sept
Ur bk Kosciusko Newcastle. ...tiept
Am sh '1 llllo K gtnrbuck..Ncwcntlo..cpt
Am i-cli Hubert L,enrn).,..I't Sound. .Auc
Am bk Mohican S F .Aui;
U S S Baltimore 8 F Oct
U 8 8 HcnnlnKUon San Dleco ....Aur
USfOreuon 8F Sept
Am ship W F Ilabcock.... Baltimore. Nov
JAPAN NKKDS fflONKY.
Itcxervo I'uii.t In Ibo Toklo TroaBiirf
Tiicomn, Wiish., Aug. 3. Japa
nese papers aunounco that owing
to the inori'dted Gnverntnent ox
penditureB tho rt serve funds are
exhausted, and in caso of uuy ox
traiidinary cull through some sud
den oulttmity increased tuxutioii
will bo unavoidable. Tho several
doimittnor.tri, moreovor, all show
lncroused oKitnates for the next
finaiioial year, nd it is a matter
of oxtonding diflionliy to frame
the next budget.
It is pointed out that this is the
natural n-sult of Japan's tremen
dous adyancej since the Chinese
wur. Inqreftsod expenditures have
been necessary in very direction
mid havo not boon fully met by
the taxes onlleoted, though eovoral
now money-raising Rohomes aro
being worked, including the
collection of a very unpopular
income tax. As tho Chinese
.ar iudumu. is beit. urd
to purohuse new naval vessels
in Euiopo, no relief is obtained
from that source.
Aftnr the Ceremony.
Groom I Bay, will you seo tho initils
tor for me? 1 I quite forgot tho wed
Father-in-law Yonng man, yon nre
beginning early. I pxpected you back
from your wedding tour before this bo
UY POLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here conflrma tho sory con.
big 'from Lima to the effect that the
Stut Department htia lodged a dc
nmud with the UnlU-il States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." He ms ashore on December
10 last at Callbo, nnd wag arrested be.
ennui of hU constant demand for "Ital
nlcr liter." On tap or In bottles at the
IX THE HIGHER COURTS
WAI.KtH 111 HMirJtt'Ml.r A
ql'ltritH IIP AMAlll.T,
lll I'aara on TrUI BsTora T
Jiidr-Annlhnr Mnr4r C
rutrrrit Inr 1rll
In tho steamship Chinn' regis
try mandamus caso yestorday
tho petitioner, only gave his own
evidence. Collector Gonoral Castlo
was not called again, although ho
would havo been on tho stand bo
foro recess, had tho Court con
sented. Whon Mr.Hartwoll rested
tho potitionor's case, Mr. Cooper
moved to quash tho alternative
writ and dismiss tho petition.
This motion being argued was
taken undnr rnngidoration by
iludgn Perry, counsel on both
sides to tile briefs forthwith.
G. M. Keono was appointed
guardian of his minor children
under a bond of $200. C. F.
Poterson for petitioner, Huh being
his maiden ease beforn the Circuit
Wnlltor, tho U. 8. N. sailor, du
fontlcd by Mr. Mncdnnald, was
acquitted by a foreign jury of as
sault on a Japanese.
This morning tlio Iwilei mur
der caso was moved on tho ca
lendar by Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Dolo, the defendants being
G. Malum, Kamaki, Kaui, J. Na
lupe, John Burke, N. Hookauo
and Eawai. They are to be do
fended by C. Crcighton.
Judgo Perry is hearing the
term case of Moses Kumukoa vs.
Theresa Wilcox, action on ac
count, tried by a Hawaiian jury,
which' is being empaneled as this
is written. J. Q. Wood and A.
Rosa for plaintiff; W. K. Castlo
and P. L. Weaver for defendant.
Tuck Cliou vs. Makeo Sugar
Co., case, was started on trial
yesterday before JudgeCartor, tho
following being tho jurors: C.
Hustace Jr., O. P. Murray, F. IS.
Auerbach, Louis Singer, O. 13.
Gray, J. M. Tracy, A. V. Gear, 0.
L. Brown, J. D. Tregloau, 0. S.
Crane, T. S. Douglas and W. H.
Smith. Crcighton and Robertson
for plaintiff; Kinney & Ballou and
A A. Wilder for defendant.
To Conquer Australia. "
The day is at hand when the
Japs will bo so fGttlod in Austra
lia that nothing but gunshot will
shift them. Moanwhilo, Premir
Neleon who "does nut mind these
thing!' very much," and who an
nounced a littlo u hilo ago th it ho
was "miking roim-aoutitions" to
tho Jap Government, which he
hud "no doubt" would be attend
ed to, and theio wn "ronlly no
need of drastic legislation" has
trapezed to Eugluiul. And a swift
now service of Jnpnneso steamers
is all tho time bringing the littlo
bmwn uion by scores and hun
drods to conquer Australia, as
tlMr countrymen hnve conquered
the Suidwioh Islands. If the al
leged white Australian reully has
the pluck and the patriotism Unit
lie declares, it is time pnst time
that he woke up mid put them to
uei. Utimi'wisu, hawib only wuko
up to find himtclf tho spittoon of a
dominant colored r.icu, who will
havo acquired hip land brr.iURohc
is unfit to hold it Sydney Bul
Itiitljnrd Klpllnc'a Contribution li
tlio Victorian Jnbller.
(iod of our fathers. Known of old
Lord of our lur-Iluni; battle line
Ik'iu'ath whoauiiviful iiiiud ui hold
Dominion over pivm aud pine
Loul (Joduf Hosts, be tlth us ycf,
Lest wo forget lest wo forgctl
The tumult and the ahoutlnf; dies
The citptolna and the kings depart
Still atauds Thine nnclrnt varlllee,
A hiimblu mid a contrite heart.
Lord liod of Ilotts, be with us yet,
Left we forget lest n forget!
Far-railed our liuTlffc melt away
On dune and headland sinks bo flre
Lo, all our pomp of jeaterday
Is one with Nluuu-li and Tyrcl
Judge of the Nations, spare u yet,,,
Lest we forget lest we forgetl
If, drnnk with sight of power, we looso
Wild tongues that havo not Thee In awe
Such bouatlug as the Gentile uso
Or leMcr breeds without the Law
Lord (iod of Hosts, ba with us yet,
Lest we forget lest w forgetl
For heathen heart that puts her tnut
In reeking tubes and iron shard
All valiant dnst that builds on dust,
And guarding calls not Thee to guard
For (ruutlo boast and foolish word,
Thy mercy on Thy people, Lord!
Londou Times. Amssi,
Evening Jlullctin, 75c. per month
INSURE IN T1I13
Atlas Assurance Company
AW- All losses
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontioa to
Foreclose and of Salo,
Notlco Id hereby glvon that by vir
tue of a power ot eule contained In a
rt-rtalii niortKHgo tinted the 22Juue,
1894, made by B A Wllllnmsof Hno
lulu, Ouhu, to C. E. WlllUiiiH reconled
In the Itetslaler Ofllce, Oahu, In Liber
147 on pages 310, 347, 318 ami duly us
"Igned by tbe said U. E. Wllllutns to
Bishop & Co. by asulRntuvnt d.teil the
23rd day of Jtum 1894, recorded In
the Register Oillce Oahu hi 1 Ibrr 147
page 348, and duly Hsslgned by the
Bitld BIbop & Co. to J Alfred Ma
goon, Trustee, by assignment tinted
tbe 27th day of AUgud 1895 aud tuily
aligned by the s.ild J Alfred la
goou, Trustee, to L-mls Murks bi as
signment ilatfd tho 9ih duy of August
1897, tho paid Louis Mutks lntencH to
foreoloo "aid mortgage for a breach
of the conditions in said mortgage on
talned, to wit: the nnii-pu) uient of
the principal and lntereft when .lue.
Notlco Is also given Hint nil ud
singular the properly dei.cribe.1 In
aid morlgugo will he Mild atpu tlio
auction at the auction room of VV. 8.
Luce, on Queen street, ,n ,M , rinno
lulu, on THURSDAY the 19ih dy of
August, 1897, at 10 o'elouk m. ui. oi -aid
The property In silil niorlgnge 1b
thus dei-crlbet: The Furniture and
Undertaking bufttue?s uml iiroperty
sold and transferred by fald C K.
Williams to H. U. Williams and E A.
Williams this duy, and ill the goods,
cbuttels, effects ami int-rchaudiH be
longing lo the said bUMlnefs and tbe
book itehtn and choses in untfou there
of and all after acquired stock.
C Terms Cash.
assignee of iiiurtgxge.
Dated Honolulu, August 9, 1897.
Two Dollars here.
to you v v
where the Ion
The maker and
cure for that.
by whut you
Two Dollars here.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerlcy BIOClC
Agents for Dr. Delmei's Llucn-Meeh
Underwear. Soud for Catalogue.
We Wake Shirts to Order.
W. C.ACHI& CO,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Buy or Bell Bcal Estate In
all parts of tbe group.
OT We will Boll Properties oa Heason.
OFFICE, 10 West King Street