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Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tnnia Street, to the
Xiovo Huilding, B'ort Stroofc.
T The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its lino.
11 IT. "WII1iH.IA.1HS., Mnnnj?or,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Ki:sii)enci:: Kliijy stret, near Rich' I Office: Love Building. Toleplioi e
anN. Telephone No. 819. No, 840.
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, and which we 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 us
a most efficient .....
JSiBswjuAA'wwjTj-Q-pj chin r.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS
E5? For salo in quantities to suit by
The California Eeed Co.,
8. W. LEDEHEB, T S
3NTew and iir.st-claas
Second-hand Furniture 1!
Mi Sold Ohoap for Oasli "tSfl
J-jjp Highest Cash Prico paid for Second-hand IJurnituro
at tboI X.L, corner King and Nuuauu streets. v f ,
Comer KinR and Nun
FROM OVER THE SEA
UllNtlOAT HrMNIKIlTON AN IIAHK
V. N. H. VmIi On AUtlr NUtlnn-
Hthonnrr If.C. Wright Overdue
Unlnlrnlr tint Vnnt l.nitrn.
Occasional light showers on tho
The eclioonor H 0 Wright is
overdue nt Kahului with n gener
Tho schooner J3ertio Minor is
chartered for lumbor from Eureka
Tho Tratiait, W G. Irwin, S N
GaRtle and Alhort all return to
Tim Btoamer Wnialealo took 100
tons of coal to Woimea plantation
Tho Australia leaves on sched
ulo time, four o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, for San i rancisco.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 1:51
p m;high tide small 1:20 a in;low
tido large 0:05 a m; low tide small
8:55 p in.
The Bteanier Mikahala arriving
yostorday left 8020 bags sugar on
Kauai. Sho could not unload at
Kipukai on account of rough
The bark Mohican, C W Saun
dorB master, eighteen days from
San FranciBco with a general
cargo and sis passeugors docked
pt Hrewers' at 9 o'clock this morn
ing. The U S roen-of war on the
China and Japan station are now
located as follows: U S cruiser
Boston, Captain F Wildes, at
Nagasaki; U S cruiser Detroit,
Captain Ueiter, at Singapore? US
cruiser Machias, commander Mac
kenzie, Corea; U 8 sloop Mouo
cacy, commander Farenbalt,
Shanghai; U 8 flagship Olyinpia,
Captain llead, Yokohama; U S
cruiser, Petrol, comraandor Woods,
Nagasaki; U S cruiser Yorktown,
coinmanuor otoc.'no- . "kohnro-.
From Maui, psr stmr Claudiue,
Ang 22 Miss J N Georhart, Miss
J Robinson, Mies M Alexander,
Miss Kehey, Mrs Meek and child,
W Stoddart. L U Mcdeiros, J L
Stevens, H C Mossman, 0 von
Harom, G Ji Ivugg, Mrs Hakuole,
Miss Hakuole, Miss Aikuo, Mrs
Devaucholle, Brother Michael,
Brother Richard, Brother Tboo
dore, Thomas Ayers, O D Rose
crans, H O Allen, C S Holloway,
F E Himo, Father Mathias, E
Devauchelle, PH Dodge and wife,
Father Paraphile and 00 on dock.
From Kauai ports, per stmr
Mikahala,. Aug 22 H P Baldwin,
Miss Gandall, Miss Kahele, Dr
Krammer und servant, Mrs Good
Hare, Miss Goodaeie, Mr Lydgate,
Mr Brasch, tho Mist-es Walker,
Miss Aloxandor, Miss Elwoll,Miss
Hundley, MrB R 0 Spalding, Mr
Hundley aud wife. Miss J Lowell,
Mr Miiuukn, O Crowoll, D Col
villn aud 59 on deck.
From San Francieco, per bk
Mohican, Aug 23 Mr and Mrs
Otto Breiback, J M Halo, F
Ahrams, David Keating.
1K1'IKV K.WICIILIGIIT BAYS.
A Wuudcrrul Composition Ueil lu
l'alnt French Vrnrli,
London, August 7. Much in
terost is takou in French naval
ciroles at the discovery of a com
position which is alleged to have
the marvelous piopertj ui niudoi
ing vossols in visible l);ns,lli tho
rayB of electric snarohliglits It is
stated that at tho naval maneuvers
otf Brest torpedo boat 10, repre
senting the enemy, tmucoeded in
traversing unseen the luminous
zone produced by the olectric pro
jeotor, thanks to having been coat
ed with tho now composition.
I'clor'n I'oiiue Miort,
Loudon, Aug. 7.rTlio V.xtioan,
including the Pope himself, is
actively engaged in n omnp ign to
htimulutt' lliHruvunuf from Putor'B
ponco, which hIiouk a surioua do
cioase. Tno clr.cf ountrihuiov to
this fund huBiiiwuyH been Franco,
but tho ivndcncy of tho Vatic
tosui)oitiopublicaiiihiu has cool
ed the aidor of tho arihtnoiaiio
dor.orn, aud wlule tho uifts from
America have inarotiseil they do
not cover tho Fiunoh dclimt. The
rccHintrt aro Htaiitilyul)iliiig, while
tno uxpotid'H of tho V iticun aro
AUGUST 2.1, 1B07.
HlTUiUUt, Auk SI.
Hlmr J A Cummin, tfcutlc, from 0liu
Stmr CUtuHnr, Cumrron, from porti a
8lmr Vnl1c1e. (IrrKory, rrom port on
Stmr Mlknlia'a, Ttuiiiiun, from Kauai
MomiaTi Auk 03.
Am bk Mohican, tjntimlcrt, from Sau Kran
claco. ficlir Mill Walilnu, from Hawaii.
17 8 S llrnnlngton, NlclioU, from Ban
Moiinr, AiiGT 83.
Sttnr Mol.olll, Dennett, for MoloUl, .Maul
ami I.mml, Monday, Aug 'J.I. nt 3 p m.
Stmr J A Cummin., Scarlc, for Oahu
Btmr Wnlalcale, Oregory, for Walmca,
Bclir Kaullliia, for wlwlmtril.
Stmr Kaala, Mn.lier, for Knhukii.
Stmr Kama, lMrticr, for Walalua, 1'uulkl
and MokiilcU, at ton rn.
tttinr Jaim-s Mnki-c. Tiillett, for Kapaa,
Stmr Krnuliuti, Tliompson, for Nawlllwlll
and llaunnintilii, Tuixlny, AtlK !. nt 4 p m.
Hlmr Mtknliula, tliiKlund, for porta on
Knual, Tmsil.iy, Auk - nt '' P '"
ritmr Uliiudlne, Cameron, for porta on
Maul, TuutMlay, Aug'-M, at 5 p m.
OSS Autralla, lloudlctle, for San Fran
cisco, Wednesday, Aui; 'J", nt 4 p tn.
Ex Btmr .Mlknhola-'JAU bags tcc.
Kx atmr Wnlalcalc 70(1 ba'S p.iddy and
HU bai;a rlec.
Kx rtmr Claudiue 311 does, 1 liortc, 110
bni;s jiutatoct, US bnj;s corn and 05 pks sun
dries. Kxbk MoMcn-R88 bbls Hour, 173,071 lbs
lb: barley, 6o,U;U lb bran, 1v!4,7ihJ Iba riillcd
barley, 27.01 (I brlckr, IH.I'.'l) lbs middlings,
l'J5 c Kneollne, IW bdls furnllure, IS cs sew
ItiK maclilnes, l!) c dry snods W pkj; mlll
orK,d a liardwaie, 1U0I bales liny, 15,01)0
lbs powder, H ci caps, -J3,47( lbs oats, 2o,ooo
lbs fertilizer, I cow, H liorscs, S7 pkgs ma
chinery, lo colls rope, 0 colls leather, 15 pks
saddlery, i) pkc wnRon material.
VKSSKLd IN I'OKT.
OSS Marlon, Hook, San nicco, March 13.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dlcuo, April
II 1 J M S Nnnlwa Knu, Kurookn, Japan,
Mr . ii. ii ..ft,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Gcr ship II F (Jladc, ilncsloop, Bremen,
Am ship Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
cisco Br bk Woollahra, Barneson, Newcastle
Am bk Martha DaTis. Krlts, San Francisco
Am bk O D Bryant, Colley. Laysnn Inland.
Am bk LUzlo Vauce, Ilnrdwlck, Newcastle.
Am bk (Icore F Manson, Crack, New castle.
O S 8 Auitrnlla, iloudlettc, 8 F.
U SS Uennlnuton. Mchols, San Dlcgo.
Am bk Slohlcan, Saund(r, H F.
FOHEIQN VKS8KI.8 EXPECTEO.
Vessels Where from Uuo
Am schr Aloha 8 F Auir
Am bk Geo F Mason. ..Newcastle... Sept
Br bk Kosciusko Newcastle... .Sept
Am sh Tllllo E Starbuck. .Newcastle. .Sept
U S d Baltimore 8 F Oct
USHOrcnon 8F Sept
Am shin W F Babcnck....Bnltimorc..Nor
Am bktn Echo.... l'uijot flonml Duo
Am n.hr Esther Iluline.... l.urclci Duo
Am bktu KUkltat ....I't (iamblo ....Due
now i:n;lini savi.s .iiom.v.
No Public niicumenln lor Unaiir.
Tho British Government sells
all its publications. It givos noth
ing away. Il you want n copy of
a bill that hn boon introduced
into tho House of CommntiH or a
report that has been proscnted to
tho rhUBt of Lords, or any pub
lic matter in the Loudon County
Council or the Boird of Alder
men of tho city, you have to buy
it from tho ollicial printers, and
yuti hY to puy poat.igf if it is
sont through the, mails. In the
United StuteR nearly all' oilieUl
documents of this kind are given
way, and av iot fid' tin uuh
tho mails under a frank. Tho
Biitish plan coms to bo tho mora
boiidiblo. It s ives millions of dol
lrrt evory year that nro wasted in
tho tnited States to furnish pub
lic documents to pcoplo who do
not caro anything for them, and
who throw them into the wasto
ptipor b.tskot us soon us thoy uru
Tho oharge for oflicial publica
tions ovor in England is only
Buflioiont to pay tho cost iu.cI a
small margin for wastage. Thus
tho Qovoriimont Printing Office is
self supporting, and the Ponttd
Sorvico pays a profit of SIO.OOO,
000 or $12,000,000 annually 'pti
tho Treasury. On tho contrary,
?u 0'ir aid" of tho .".luetic it c -aL
$5,000,000 or moro to pay tor
printing for which no ono is tho
wiser, and our IWoflico Depart-
ment doclaios an I l'hli dividend
of W.OOO.OUO or 10,000,000 ovory
year, inuoli of which ia dm tojthe
trmsportntion of "pub, doce."--Chicago
iir.ri.iNi: i. ni.iiHilirio..
I.ini rl I'nliil Mltri l! Ilmilnil l.l
Washington, AugtiHt 11. Tho
tido of immigration Is at tho low
est point slnco tho Uonoral
GoTornmont nnsumod jurisdiction
of tho subjoct in 1882. Tho num
ber of arrivals from all countries,
according to Treasury slutisticu,
during tho lust flsoul year was
2o0,8li2, it dcaruuBO as compared
with tho provious yoar of H'2,435.
The lightest immfgratioil of any
pnivinus year wmh in 1805, when
tho number from nil countries
was 270,8-18. During tho entire
period of Fideral supervision 7,
J:)2,01G huvo entered tho United
Status. Italy furuislnd the great
est number of immigrants, 5 1,543,
a dccieaso of 802!) from last
yo.ir Hinco 1882 there lia Imhhi a
lirgo and sto.tdy deoroaso in Our
man itiiiuigiiition. lu 183J 230,
G30 ontoiod tho United Sta os
fiuin ttmt oountry, while iti 1800
only 2'2,53 urrivod. U wui ho
seou Hint tlio iiumliui of Goi'iiiiiu
immigrnts during tho first year
of Uovuniiuunt bUpurvisiou ex
ceeded tho immigration from all
countries during tho lust jcai.
Immigration from Austin Hun
i;ary decreased fio u 55,103 in
1800 to 33,031 in 1897. Tho de
crease from other countries if ns
follows: Engaud 10,492m 1890
to 9974 inl897. Swuk-n 21,137 to
13,144 Norway 8155 t..5jiG2.
Ireland 40,202 to 28'421.
CHINA HAH A KI.O.NDIKi:.
Rlrli Unld Irpolta FniiinI In Sfxu
cliurln Hiid Amur Territory.
A Tient-in letter from native
sources reports that a foreign
mining engineer who was engaged
by Li Hung Chang, while in Eu
rope, to make a special survey
after gold in the Jehn rocion aud
Mauehuria as far as the Chinese
Amur territory, has recently ro
turued to Tientsin from his
uoi thorn trip, aud has reported
fn Jlio Y'"oroy Mfnnjj tint 'i has
found the whole country visited
by him very rich iu the precious
motal.aud that the farther he went
tho better aud richer did he find
tho indications. The Chinese
officials aro quite uxcited at the
receipt of this news and measures
will bo taken to have tho mines
worked by the Government, es
pecially in the Amur, before tho
BusBians mako a move in tho mat
ter. China Mail.
AI.LKOEII KINO OF IKKI..tNI.
He I ibnnt to Nun flermnny for
Thirty soven million six hun
drod nnd fifty thousand francs is
the mndost sum for which the
German Embassy in Paris is about
to be sued hy "0 mnt" Siduoy
0'D.inn as damages due him for
eight years and a half wrongful
imprisonment in Germany. He
gives himself out as rightful King
of Ireland and chief of the Irish
National League, und asserts that
he wns handed over by Swiss au
thorities to Germ my on thoolmrge
t'lat ho had taken part in intri
gues of General Boulanger which
might Iiuvh led to war between
OeiSiiuuy nnd FrancH.
According to tho London Duly
Chronicle, he was nt one timo an
officer iu tho Prussian service, dis
tinguished himself in 1800, was
appointed, military tutor to the
present Emperer, and was degrudid
und imprisoned during theFrntico
l'rosdian war fur plundering. Ho
brings suit in Fimiicq as lie says
it is hopoless to obtain justioo
from the German courts. Now
l'u re Milk Mlinkv.
The frequent call for cool drink
at tho Palama Grocery has induced
us to sot apart a window for the
sale of cold drinks. Onr milk
shakes aro dolioioun, nothing but
puro fresh milk, shaved ico and
tho purest of ilavoring syrup be
ing used, which wo sell at Celes
tial prico, Co. por glass. H.
Cannon, Palama GnooEity, oppo
site Railway Depot, King
1 m i
..I c uiiu vt.iu .o i&iii. aii orc.cr
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always hoc u known
to givo satisfaction and uow that
thoy have reducod thoir prices so
low, an oslrn iutuconiout is offor
it'd. Seo what thoy havo boforo
lllll I ON' ArUillV
llirj- 'Inhe I'liihrnun nl NriTrUri
London, August 9. Common
ting on tho Intorvlow of tho Now
York World with Soorotnry Sher
man, tho Bt. Jamea' Gozotto thin
nftcrnoou Bays! "Sooretary Sher
man's utteruaces afTord no ma
terial for doiiial by bis friends of
tho statoment that ho is BuHbring
from stnllo decay. But, aftorall,
Mr. dhorman reprosonts Amoriaa
and wo are certain all intorna
tioiialcourloii.8 will bo obsorvod."
Tho St. James' Guzotto rofora
to tho Kulnoky incident when it
says: "Austria proporly sovorod
diplomutio relations with Groat
Brit.iln aud Mr. Uladstono apolo
gized for his attack on tho dual
monarchy," and asks why there is
ono law in Europe and another in
America. In conclusion, tho Ga
Z'Jtto rcponts its recent warning
that this is a dungerou. lino of"
policy to follow and tlmt some
(I iy Grout Britain muy call upon
Washington "to back u itt, bind'."
Tho Wostminstor Guzotto, re
ferring to tho sumo mutter, says:
"lho interview is a fruity oxam
plo of Sherman's saloon stylo."
Tho Globe says: "Secretary
Sherman hud better rid himsolf
of tho idea that UncloS im 1b goiug
to boss this country either in the
gold fields or on "tho fishuriea.
When wo strike we strike hard,
and the idea of our being ufraid
cf u third-rate naval power hko
tho United States could oiny have
occurred to a lunate or to Mr
Sherman. Judging from his latest
perlormancos, wo may charitubly
assume that tho rumors that Mr.
tihertimu is sulleriUE from mental
disturbances are correct."
The utterunce attributed to Se
cretary Shorinun upon which the
comments of tho London papers
art busod was as follows: "Eng
land is a greut country, but it is
not ulways safe to assume that she
!b ready to follow up ovory quarrel
with blows. Sho quarrels oftoner
than sho lights. It would bo ex
ceedingly difficult for her to right
us all mono about our seal catch
ing. Russia aud Japan nro in a
siuiiliar position, and any quarrol
between the United States and
England on this score would
probably involve thoso other countries."
Lounge Shirts. -
If the maker hadn't
fooled himself, tho
price ticket would
cull for u dollar llfty.
If our bundle wrapper
has uu Idle moment
today, it's brcuuno
lean than hull price
hus no lutlueuce.
9 Hotel Street
Ageuts for Dr. Delmel'a Linen-Mesh
Ffiii'iv.'ear, Sci'i for CnU!o,i.o.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Jix " A.ustralia"
Fresh Roll Butter,
Fresh Frozen Oysters,
Fresh G tapes,
Fresh New Kurliauk Potatoes,
Fresh Silver Skin Onions,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
EC. MAY & CO.
Telophone No. 22.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
A Young Carrlago Dog; white, well
oovere,d with blank spots ono Iiht '
and one dink eyu Anewers to tho
name of "ripot " FlnJer will he re.
.v.i.-Vd bi .o'.u.ci'is to
601-3t DR. GEO. HEKBEUT.
One of tho Flncstand Larizest Hotels
Ju the city, at a very retuormblo bar.
gain. For purtii'iilarr, upplv to
0U0 lw t.'10 Klmj street.