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. Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort and Bcrc
tanin Struct, to tho
Lovo 13ailcling, tt'ovt Sfcrcofc.
Z3T Tho UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its line.
II IT. AVILLIiUVISS, Iaiiaj?ei-5
Undertaker and Embalnier.
street, near Kleh-1
Telephone No. 849.
From iNew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo 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 cuuso the
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act
a most efficient ....
jiVfel lowing- ai id
MElJiHEflmii mi 1h
No Better Fortilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
B For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Peed Co.,
TeleiDl'lOne 121. Queen Street.
"Second-hand Furniture L
JX- Sold Olioap
2r llighost Cash Prico
tho 1 X Jj, corner King and
Office: Love Hulldlug. Telephone
Wrapping P aper,
Covnor KJdr nnd Nuu
ibr CiihIi "ai
paid for Sooond-lmnd V
THE OCEAN'S WHISPER
I.INr.HAI.Mr.t)ATIIHlt'IHI r rm:
V. . H. Marlon' UuodbJ-c-Ho Collect-
r licl-Farclvn Mhlitlii;-NIara
Only six sailing vessels nro loft
Tho bark Hespor arrived at
Now Whatcom Aug 17.
Tho Aldon Hesse ran into n
wharf shod at Ban Francisco,
breaking her bowsprit close off.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:30
p m;high tide small 11:25 n in; low
tide large 8:40 a in; low tidu small,
10:10 p m.
No succosfior linn been yet named
for tho position of collector of cus
torus and will not probably bo un
til tho first of December.
The O & A S S Aorangi is ex
pected from Wellington having
left thero Aug 15 next Saturday,
and tho 8 S Warrimoo will follow
in about a weok later.
Tho following departures from
San Francisco are noted: Schoon
er Transit for Honolulu, Aug 19;
barkentino Archer for Honolulu,
Aug 14; schoonor John Q North
for Honoipu, Aug 14; bark Rod
erick Dhu for Hilo, Aug 1G.
Tho following are lato arrivals
in San Francisco: Aug 13, brigt
Lurliuo, 20 days from Kahului
with sugar; Aug 14, bark Mauua
Ala, 28 days from Honolulu iu
ballast; Aug 15, bark Diamoud
Head, 30 days from Honolulu with
Tho U8S Marion expects to
sail about 4 o'clock this afternoon
for San Francisco. Goodbyes
have been said and soa stores and
coal are on board. Captain Book
will probably mako slow time
about a month to destination by
slow steam and sail most of tho
Word was received in tho city
yesterday that Captain Manson of
the O. U. Vanco had died at sea
and was buried on the last trip of
that vessel. He was formerly
master of tho National City and
was one of the oldest and most
respeoted captains of the water
front. S F Chronicle, Aug 14.
The Ocean io Steamship Alame
da, commander E Van Oteren
dorp, six days and eighteen hours
from San l'rancisco, docked at the
company's wharf at C:45 o'clock
this morning with a few packages
of freight and 4G cabin aud 4
steerage passengers for this port.
Gonial Purser Thos Smith is
again on board after his trip to
tho old country, and reports a
pleasant trip and smooth seas
throughout. A number of nota
bilities including some U S con
suls uro on board for tho South
Sens and tho Colonies. The Ala
meda left this afternoon for Syd
ney. PABSENQEnS AMUVED.
From San Francisco, per OSS
Alameda, Aug 20 For Honolulu:
Miss H E Ankeney, E Bommerly,
W J Bemmerly, Brother Ignatius,
Brother Henry, Mrs A Brown,
Miss Augusta Bruce, A do S Ca
navarro, C D Chase aud wife,Miss
II Uoun, Master Uoun, H E Cole
man and wife, Miss M Ely, Wil
liam Eassie, Miss M Forroira,
Miss M Forbes, Goo S Gay, It
Halstcad and wife, Miss B Hal
stead, Prof F A Hosmer, Dr How
ard, Miss Hpwutd, Miss Hyde,
Miss W Joehnke,IVIi88 Itoso John
ban, Misn A 1j Kuupp, ,MibB Mulml
Lwld, O A McDonald, Dr T Mc
Millan and wife, Miss M McMil
lan, MUs U Moore, D M New
comb, Chas F Porry, Misa ltosa
lina HasmusBon, Frank Schrador,
G Schumau, MisB Steelo, Miss O
T Thurston, It O Van Ncsb, Misss
M Weir, It F Woodward, Misb
Woodward and companion.
O S 8 Alameda, Villi OlcrcnJorp, (mm San
Stmr Jumes M.ikcc,
Tullctt, from Kapaa,
U H 8 Marlon. Hook, for Hun KruncUco,
Tliuniilay. Auk 'M. ut noon,
OHR Alnmi'ili. Vun Otmmlorp, for I lie"
Hlmr Jnriit- Mukcr, Tullctt, for Kapaa,
Kmiul. ... ,
AUGUST 2(1, 1807.
t fMnir KIIhikh llnti, Wrlr, litr OlimMti, Ktl-
kulmi, l.iiiiilmpiin", I'olHikimmmi, -liltift,
HftUlatl, llmiuMll, IIiiiiIiIkJ, Auff 211,
fltinr Kurni, t'urker. for VUlu, 1'uulM
and MokulcU, KrhUy, ilin,
Blmr Mun l. Simmon, (or Miul mil
lUwill, it 10 tn, i'rlilay, Aur37.
F.r Jtnut Mki-c 120 liK rlrc.
8TACKAIII.E-EA8T.MAN-In llil clly. Auk
ffil. 1MI7. by tho IU Her lllihop nf I'nii"
i)0ll, Ednl8UckbIc of Honolulu
mid JiMinlu Eluiin ol tn frtncUcn.
No ciirdj. (Sun Kranclico paport pleato
tiik j ii'A.NrNi: t'.ti.ni:it.
Washington, August 18. Min
ister Hoshi of Japan has returned
from a visit to Mutquia lto ill
Noiv York 1 nftor going over
tho lust oilicul mail from Japan
loft for bin summer cottayo at
Berkoloy Siitingd. Mmo. Hoshi
and her ohihlien linvn utilized tho
hot sonpoii for a trip toJapau, and
will return in the autumn.
There nro no developments iu
tho Hiiwaiiiiii'Jiiiiaiieao controver
sy, aud no reply has beon received
to Secretary Sherman's latest
communication. Tho press nf
Japan basbecomo much more con
ciliatory, and tho arbitration nign
tiiilions botweoij Japin and Hawaii
io rogardod as disporting nf the
chances of trouble between tho
United Stitoi and Janati.
Tho Jupan Mail explains thst
the muii-of Wor Naniwa was not
dispatched to Honolulu for tho
liurpoho of milking an niuied do
monstration, but simply to secure
tho oidorly bolmvior of Japanoso
gubjects in Hawaii, it adds that
Japan is to bo congratulated that
arbitration, the only civilized exit
fiotn an international difficulty,
has been solected as a moans of
sottling a more question of com
pensation. The Moinishi Shimbun urges
fiat tbc U""edSatrf,ouiM b"
complimontod by being named as
arbitrator, rathor tbun Norway
and Sweden. It says that a do
cision by tho United Stutos could
be relied upon as fair, and under
existing circumstances it would
probably bo in Japan's favor.
This suggestion has aroused
discussion in Japanese papers, aud
the Japau Mail, while approving
tho plan, says the United States
would not bo willing, from consi
derations of dolicacy, to act as ar
bitrator. There are, however, sotuo ex
ceptions to this cordial expression.
Eiirrou EvENiNa Bulletin:
Being a registered voter under
tho Republic of Hawaii and fami
liar with tho cratitude it has for
its loyal supporters, I should like
to aBk, in the event of annexation
to tho United States, the follow
First Would not all officials,
from a janitor up, have to bo re
gistered voters ?
Second Is it the policy of the
United States to dismiss offioials
on account of (a) personal spite
or (b) without cause
Thud Would the Govormnout
countenance or even think of on
couraging strangers to Govern
ment position when it is known
thnt, throng! short residence,
they are not eligible to voto, aud
this in prefoiouco to citizous uud
By uuswariug the above, you
will confer a great favor on
Honolulu, August 25, 1897.
A New matron.
The frionds of Mrs. Caroline
Clark will be plcaBcd to learn that
ut a meeting hold this day of tho
directors of tho Kapiolani Mator
nity Homo, alio was appointed
matron of tho institution to suc
ceed Mrs. Mury Aun Lomou, who
had resigned. Tho now appointee
was rocoutly matron at Iolani Col
lego aud filled that capacity with
F. Dillingham, the railway
promptly toolfohiirgo of his
cousin, tuu U. b. Coiisul Opneral
designato at Auckland, on -tho ar
rival of tho Alameda this morn
ing, together with bqvuiiiI of his
distinguished fellow travelers.
Kubforlbw for thuEvKNida Bul
letin 75 ouiits per mnuth.
Sltction of Diligttn.
BY PUECINOT CLU11S, AND
FOB TIIH ISLAND NOMI
NATING CONVUNTION OF
THE AMEltlCAN UNION
HONOLULU, H. I., Aug. 1(5, 1807.
A Convention of tho American
Uninn Party of tho Island of O.ihu
will bo hold iu thoAmoricauLo iguo
Hall, Honolulu, Wcdnu-d.iy,
Soptpmber 15, nt 7:30 p. m , for
tlio pin pom of iiDiuiuuliiig fur tho
olootion of September J!J, 1807.
throo candidates for tho House of
Representatives for tho Fourth
District and three- for the Fifth
District, and for tho adoption of
a platform of principles.
Dolrgates to tho Nominating
Convention will be chosen lit Pre
cinct Club in oo tings on the even
ing of August 30, iu Honolulu,
and August 28 in the outsido pre
cincts. Only registered electors will bo
untitled to voto for dologates.
The apportionment of tho various
precincts is as follows:
First Precinct Government
Nursery; two delpgites.
Second Precinct Beretania
Street School: six dologates.
Tnird Precinct Nuuanu Water
Guto; ono delogato.
Fourth l'reoinct Koyal Sohool;
Fifth l'reoinct Kapuaiwa
Building; three dologates.
Sixth Precinct Boll Tower;
First Precinct Kanoohe; two
Second Prooinct Koolauloa
Court Houso; one delegate.
Third Prooinct Wuialua; ono
lourtli Precinct Waianaojono
Fifth Prooinct Ewa Mill; ono
Sixth l'reoinct Manana Court
House, ono delegate.
Soonth Precinct Reform
School; two dologates.
Eighth Precinct Tram Stubles
Ninth Precinct Kauluwela
School ; two dologates.
Tenth Prooinct Chinese En
gine Houso; two delegates.
NOTE: Polling places are given
tnoioly to dofinito preoinct3, nnd
are not necessarily ireoting places.
Tho latter will bo mado known by
Central Committee representatives.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
Chairman, Central Committee.
Secretary. G91 -5t
By virtue of u writ of Execution
iHHued out of tlio Circuit Court of the
First Circuit ou tliu4tliia.Y o( Augunt,
A. 1). 1807, iigtuiiHt Punu (!:;, iltloml
uut, In fuvorof Ttiomua Guy, plulntlfT,
for the ouin of One Hundred und Eigh
teen 10-100 Dollars, ($118,10), I uttvo
levied Uon and hIihII expou for uale
at tbe Pollc t-itlou, Knlc.hr.ua Hale,
Honolulu, Island nf Oaliu, Repuljllo
of Hawaii, at 12 o'clo -k noon of MON
DAY, the 20th day of September, A.
D. 1897, to the highest bidder, nil the
ilnlit, title uud lutert mi of hbIiI 1'iiou
(U), defendant, Iu and tn tho, lollowlng
property, utile bald Judgment, lutet
uit, eosts and my t-xpeuses be pre
1 1st of property for sale : Piece of
Land of Poikamaunu, It. P. H15,
(Orant), at Kamauonul, District of
WalaliiH, Oabu, leased to Edgar and
Frunk Halatead, for 10 years at Twen
ty i!0 Dollars a year, commenuluf;
liom the 0tl day of June, A. D. 1800.
Area 1.30 acres, situated at Puttapll
3, Kumauanul, Wuialua, Oabu.
Piece of Land of Pea, R P. 1U2,
Grant, at Knmnuanul, Wuialua,
Oabu, leaud to EJgai uud FiauU Hal
stead, for 10 years at Sixteen 10 Dol
lars a year, commencing from October
20, A. D. lbUU, situated at Kumuniu 2,
Kamauauui, Wuialua, Oaliu. Area
H. n. HITCHCOCK,
69J-6t Deputy Marilial.
Klvo ltooni UiifuruliliHd CnltHgn on
Mouth fctruid. Poaxerelon givuu .Sep
tember lot. Apply tn
OOlllw Club Stables.
livenimj llullctin, 7Cc. jier month.
n 0u9 n rjt
Atrrltmi Sntc by .. ', Murynn,
Ily order of tlio Executors of tho
Estato of ADKLIA COllNWELL,
docoasod, I will sell ut Public
Auction, on tho promises, Judd
On FRIDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Thnt Valuable Property, known
Corn well Residence
And at present occupied by Mrs
The real estate comprises about
1.1-100 acres of tho finest rosidonco
propoity iu Honolulu.
Tho giouuds are planted with a
vast variety nf fruit, nlnulu ....i...
and other tiv.s, and mo laid out
wun nne carnago dnvositud walks
through tropical foliage. One of
the valley troams runs through
the oastorn boundary of tho pro
perty. Tho main dwelling ; n r...
-----"(5 u .. buiumu-
dious two-story building, contnin-
ii H uuKu urawing room, spacious
dining-room, billiard room, bod
rooms, etc., and has all modern
improvomonts. Tho house is sub
stantially built and tho rooms nre
all woll ventilated. Sanitary plum
Cottages, Stables, Carriage
Houses und Out-housos on tho
Tho situation commands an un
surpassed view of tho Harbor, the
main portion of the City aud tho
adjacout mountain soenory. This
is ono of tho largest nnd finest
residences that has been offered
at public sale in Honolulu, and
must bo sold to closo tho above
Immediately following tho sale of
the residence, 1 will soil tho
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
particulars of which can be ob
tained at my office.
Parties contompluting purchas
ing tho Residence and wishing to
inspect the same, should make ap
plication at my ollice, No. 33
JAS. F. MORGAN,
If the maker hadn't
fooled blniBelf, the
prleo ticket would
call for u'dollar llfty.
If our bundle wiapper
lias au Idle moment
today, It's because
less than halt price
has no Influence.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYGrlCy BlOBlC
Agents for Dr. Df-Iinel's TJnen-Meh
Uuderweur. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Sign Painter & Paper Hanger
133 Nuuuuu Avonuo, Honolulu,
No person or persons are authorized
to contract any debts iu behalf of tbe
Hawullau Iluyoy Institute from this
A. y. GEAR,
Honolulu, Aug. 3, 1807. MnMw
One of tho Pinootutul Largest Hotels
In the city, at a very rfiBonuble bur
gain, I-'or purtlpulurs, apply to
000- lw aid Klmjetrtet.
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