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I I MIII1X4
W. H. RICH. Pres.
1183 Queen 8tresl
AT 10 O'CLOCK
At the reslJence ofSeibomL Cf, Wjllle
St., near Llllha, I will fell at Public auc
tlnn .ill .if the handsome household furni
ture, excepting a small portion v-hUh Is
to re taken to Air. nice new nome.
It consists hi part of silk t mhrolJereJ
chairs, ebonv and mahogany chairs, koa
.inJ Inlaid tables, nedeta . bronzes, com
pletesetof Hutchlnscn' plaster casts, oil
paintings, musk stands, old-fashioned
loom, laree handsome Chinese carved
sideboard, tlack walnut bedroom sets,
complete bedroom set formerly belonging
to King Kalakaua, Havlland ware, glass
ware, decanters. Iron wine rack, stove, Ice
Iviv. meat safe. etc.. etc.
Also the complete fernery, comprising
orchids, maidenhairs, glotlnas, violets, etc
A free bus u ill be waiting the tram car
In Nuuanu valley from q:)o to to.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Continuation of the Big Success,
The Hit of the Season.
Lively Dialogue, Plenty of Laughter,
Good Singing, Excellent Dancing,
PRICES-. 5c and
Notice the Change In Prices.
tar June 20t "ra
Mr. James Neill
Presenting Miss .Marguerite Merrlngton's
daintiest of all comedy successes,
Of the Roval Irsh Fusiliers, which
ran 300 nights at the Lyceum Theater
Thursday, June 28-LORD CHUMLEY
baturday A PARISIAN ROMANCE.
. Carriages may be ordered for Captain
LettublaTr for 10:30 p. m.
Hawaiian Open House
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
,Ai, in tht totnmn tnlt hi intttttd t
It ttnti tint ont im$tttien; if tint two
muthvnt to ttnti ent wttn, i ttnti two Uttks,
J to ttnti cm month. Ibtt u tbt btattt 4tt
taint tvtt offtttJ tbt fiiofit of Honolulu,
Tor tbt return of Stn'ch Colli. anaweelne to
name ol Dm Df Nichols Cor Kruumoku tlj
Noneo.nl stmts ijdti
I OST-A SMALL nOX containing a mllltatyhlV
s- ton nat-ptn
I InJcr pleat, return
WANTED-To ell uxo Manila Cleirt at tt.
each Mtrtlediar More, neat to Orihevim.
nXPEHtrNCLDsr.WN.r.GIHl.S In dressmaking
L. Jrparlmint Whitney & Marsh tj'-r
llANTCD -A lARr.E DIKD-CAOC
'iv this office
t ANTED-A rorv ot .MUNSONS
W HAND SYSTEM I'less oslne to this
W'ANTED-riVC MrsSEMiEH HOYS at the
American Messenger Service.
lANTEt) A Ynune Mm about to years utd. lis
in? iitn parents for positirn as cierK
hue fair knowledge of bookkeeplni;.
and ajjress v sj una sti
WANTED-ENs'EHIENCE CHINESE COOK.
Wages 3; x per week. Call 501 Ueretanla St.
WMNTED-TIIE CLUIl HARM K SHOP the
" place where sou can git a IISL SllsVEfor
isc White Park's 101 King sreet. oppustei
UetrPvlitan Meat Co sjatl
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTEH ROOM -
Ussters served in tne snell only iry nis
famous Ham and tgg Sandwiches and Coffee Cor
Mitel and Krl street., DICK DALY, lrorrletof.
WANTED Men to know that they can ret shaved ,
by awhile barber for i) cents at II JEFFS. I
6104 Fort street, opp Club Stables itop'tf '
SIV-KOOM COTTAOE. also lur-
r nlshed rooms for houseseeplrg at Ccttaee (..rose
Kin I street Apply 1 tne premises to r
FOR RENT Nicely Furnished Rooms centrally lo
cated Apply at jsj Herctanlast near Punchbowl
Apply to J. M, Monsa'rat,
I No. to Merchant street
COR RENT-.OFI ICES suitable for Doctors, Dent
1 Ists Architects, at the Lilt building on llo'el st.
Inojilre Hart & Co , LtdHoteMI. liismi
TO LET--COTTACE on Pauoa RoaJ at present
occur edbv Mr l it. iiiosnn Appiyto
TO LET-Th reslienct of John En a tt Wilklkl,
lurnlthtd or unfurnished. Larrt yard and
houtf, birnand static. To let n a whola or In
part For further particular, afplyto JOHN ENA
at 1 1. a n. o. omct, ijuecn nri. 1404-11
COR SALE ONE lltrht ttflnt? drav. mute an htr
nt. one he ivyJrav. mute anJ hirncs lli l"r
Afpty to E B. Thorn a 1, cr.
CORSHLF-A few very hn WHITE LEdHORN
COCKLRLLS. from tk lmr(tei 'rom Knnrr
Bros . New ork. hreeJera of the finest White I ec-
hointln Amrriifj Tnit 1 vour chinrr ! Imrrovc
your (lock of poultry with new blood tt hite Lecotns
are the ? rratfkt ecp -ruiucert In the world Lcav
orJrr at California lr J Cu .irnJJret. WILLAMAY
RANCH lUULTH 1 AKUS, Wahtawa, Ualiu
FOR SALE-A JERSEY HULL x mom hi nU frm
ti ktrjln nf" W. ( Irwin 1 Imrortrd Jenevs
alio one nun praJe HoKteln Jerey tow In calf
ry LTini aVsiiry iok imjuirr ui j, cih.ls. ih,
tit Klncireet. IJtf
I OTS OF LOTS-AUq HOUSES AND LOTS
L- For Sale. For Kent. For Lease
ta6 Merchant S(. Honolulu. II. I
COR SALF OR EXCHAMiE-CIUH BARBER
SHOP, King St easy terms II JLIJ-S
COR SALEONb GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE
I Rubber Tire Phiefn, idtcle harness All first
class. Call or address J tt' Club Stable iji-tf
PR SALE $4)oa Lease ot t -story business
properly on lort street 14 cars to run. dround
Rent sfSorrr annum, A bar cam Apply to
ao6 Merchant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Your,- St.
r orroslta L. II Dee, Esq Inaulraof (J. E.
LOT in best portion of Kalihl
No. )io Fort street.
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY By J. M VIVAS 1181
BOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, ouwrivtreet Mn slJe supvrlur
bi.irj and rnoms newly furnished term mujr
ato Teleplmne fc 1 ntf-im
TO LET-Flrst-ctas Board and
1 Aloha House on Fort trret.
Room at the
I kCNCII AM) IIIIHMAS,
AN EDL'CATLI) kusslan cuitrman, rrctntlv ar
rliellierr, who lias two loni; In traits anJ
(i.rmany atU knnw, thrlr lantr.afts thoroughly,
nlitm t glv ptlsatc Ussons Isrms. Irrr. I.ttins
rrmrsk ft a month AiJrvs. A U V laklinla
villa 1 10 llc.t.1 strict, ntar PiinthNml. i.fitmi
MRS K WINOIt of OjUanJ lias cjhtii'J Dress
maklnz Parlors In lanv rtti;ns.4)an,l;;iltw
tanla St , ani utll do fmst-ctuss sntlnje at rsasonaH
terms. Suits js ur isi-iw
MONEY to loan on rtal tstata. Applv to Will E.
haher, Heal Ealala Aitrnt ani Auctioneer.
NOTICE TO niMLDEKS-Tlw Union Eatress Co
has WHITE SAND IQR SsALE, mill
RUDOLPH DUNCAN states that h Is still In the
rock and earth business although h has sold his
Interest In the ballast busmiss.
Office: Uethel street In II R Hitchcock's la
HUDDY'S Dentil Pirlois are
A picture of some Hawaiian
subject is sure to be appreciat
ed as a prisent.
KING BROS, have the best
collection of moderate priced
pictures of this kind to which
they invite inspection.
110 Hotel street.
PER b. 13. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a. full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, aates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all line of
canned goods. CAMAIUNOS' REFTU
OERATOn Pine Job Printing at
t-ur aJJitlonat Shipping New ts-t ssvtnth page,
Saturday . .
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m 6 10 u'joit 10
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- 00.1 ) 8 tl I St is Jt
Now niOHii nil the 2Cth ut 2 57 p. m.
Tides from the Unlti.l States Coast
and Oeodi-tlc Survey Tables.
The tides nt Knhulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier tbnn at Honolu
lu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh. 30m
slower than Oroftiwlcn time, being
that of tho nier .Ian of 157 30. The
time whistle r .ws at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is the amc as QrccnwIcU Oh.
Wutlicr lltittitii. l'unnhoti. June Sfi.
Temperature tnornlnR minimum,
!, Mlditny maximum, Sr.
Ilarnmctcr nt !l n. m. 3.M4. Steady.
Dew Point COT.
Humidity at i) a. in. AS per rent.
Dinmond Head Signal Station, June
Weather hazy; wind fresh N1J.
TuesJay, June 26.
Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, fiom Kauai
ports; 5860 bags sugar for C. Hreuer &
Stmr Kalutanl, Mitchell, from Hllo;Hi6o
Am. bkt. Katie PlkUlnKtr, Monson, from
Monday, June 25.
Stmr. Maul, Parker, for Paauhau, Ku
Ualau, Ooal.i and Pjpaaloa.
Stmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Walmea.
TussJay, June 26.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Maul anJ Ha
waii. Stm. Lehua Bennett, fo'r Kaanapall at 5
TO SAIL. THIS,AFTEnNOON.
Slmr Claudlne, McDonald, for Maul
po ts at 5 p. ni.
Smr W. G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, for Alakawell
at 5 p. m.
From Kauai ports, per stmr Nllhau,
Jut e 26. Miss hditli Ew.rt, Miss Alee
Ew.vt, H. V. Thomas, J. F. Howler, E.
C. Ilronson and 5 tm deck.
For Maul and Hawaii norls per stmr
Klnau. Ju e 16. Mrs. Vlda. Mrs. II. Ulc
kird, Ars. John Eltiniier and children, Mc
Rae children (2), AUs. V. MrPae, Miss E.
retter, E U. lenney, Dr. H. H. Held,
,'nlin Uentn, Mr. Apakl. J. H. Ctstle, C.
K Mlllman, Jr.. V. n Holt, P. 1. hvans
and lfe. A. C. lmeroy, Mia Mary
Mlver, Mrs Patterson, D. V. Dilscoll
and children, C. H. JuJJ, J. it. Gorman,
.Mrs. Henry lilden, AMjs C. A. Crosby,
Josephine E. Illden, J. S. Bailey, Dr. C.
I. Stow. F G. E. Walker. S. V. Norrle,
R.W. Mullen, A. Weill, Chas. Miimnto,
Sam Nnuleln, C. II. IlrOAii, J. A. Ale
Gulre, C. A. Doyle, A. J Rodrlgues and
wife, .Mrs. L. Poland mid laughter, Maria
Kampele and daughter, Leialoht Kaupuna,
V. liolstein, Kojt. JorJan. .Mlsi Cum
mliiKS. Airs. E OIJIiir, Master Chas.
Gunn, Capt. Wm. .Matsun, W. A. Hall
and wife, AUss Haun.ml Lee, .Miss Mar
tyret Fl-her, AUs. Irene I'roun, I. W.
uii viii, 11. 111. ir.s, ut. v.u.puam,j.
very probably sail to
The Ihomas will
sail for Manila this
The American bark Albeit will sail for
San Francico with a full cargo of sugar
this afternoon. The Altert his been a
long time In pert.
The Claudlne from Kauai ports Sunday
brought the following cargo: 2718 bags
sugar. jSo bags po'atoes, 60 bags corn, 134
bags taro and 58 'hugs.
The W. G. Hall from Kauai Sunday
brought 5000 bags of eugart r Alexander
iV Baldwin. She reports (j,820 bags of
sugar on the Garden isle.
Among tlie arrivals from Maul ports In
the Claudlne Sunday were the following:
J. I'. Cooke. E. R. Adams. C. S. Crane
and wile. I-'. C. Atliertsii, H. A. Al en, C.
Kaiser, Mrs. D. Kaipi. C. E. Haynes, H
A. Isenberg, A. P. Boiler. D C Hoffgard,
Mr. Rothwell. Mrs. W. A. Lowrle.Rev, J.
Keklpl, Mrs. B. Rlckard and Enos.
Wheel Wouldn't Work.
Six yeung men and six young women
startej out In a yacht for Pearl Ihraur
Sunday. At the entrance to the channel
an Island schooner happened along. The
man at the wheel on the yacht tried to get
out of the wav but there was something
wrong and the Inland schooner barelv
missed ! mashing Into her. Then the six
soung men, finding further progress Impos
sible, rowej the six young ladles ashore.
The following are booked to leave for
Maui prts in the Claudlne this aiternoon:
I-'. J. Crus, Dr. Garvin, C. h. Haynes,
Mrs. O lo Oss and child, V. I.. Hardy,
Alfred J. Tate, T. Bowden. Mr Hobbs,
Mrs. S. E. Bailey, Mrs. J. P. Dias, Rev.
E. G. Sllva, w ife and child.
PllotH Peel Liiw'ts UtfcctH.
San FrancUco. June id. While there Is
general rejoicing over the application of
United States laws to the islands of Ha
wail, and great benefits at pear to have ac
crued to shipping Interests, there Is one
class of men -patriotic Americans, too
ho will suffer under the new laws. They
are the pilots, who number a score. Here
tofore they have been privileged to speak
W. S. 'WITHERS, Mr.
all (lie vessels 0' the ble fleet dolnc liusl
ness between San Francisco and the Has
wallan ports, ob'alnlnf half pi otage, even
their s-rvlce were not required, and full
pilotage when they brought tre Island
vessels Into the harbor, which was not
often. Undr the new londltlons the ves
sets have been placed on the enrollment of
American esel, and not even half-pilotage
mav be expected of them In arriving
or departing, though the r gular rates
must, of course, b; pild when the pilots
are called upon. The enrollment Is accorJ
ed to all vessels plying between domestic
p rts, and Hswallan ports are nojv In that
class, though ships doing business between
the Pacific Coast and ports of tills country
nn the Atlantic side must take 0 .t a regis
try, on account of liability to touch at
lo elgn ports en route If they did so,
havlnrr nnlv enrn'lmen. tiles wniiM be
consij.re4 bv for-i nort officials as with-
out papers and would be subject toa heavy
tine to tne usual vexatious delay.
REVUNUE 0PFICCU8 CI.A8II
OVCK RHUDERICK DIIU.
San Krnnclsen, June 10 The ship
Hoilerltk Dim, which left this port nn
'liitirwluy Iminid for Honolulu, will In
received hy revenue oftlccrH upon ar
rival ut her port of destination. The
Roderick Dim carried a cargo largely
made up of beer, tobacco mid spirits.
Under the Hawaiian act all such iner
(banillHe became subject to liiterm I
ifvenue tax nt noon Thursday. The
goods on the Roderick Dim were lint
stamped. The vessel left after the
noon hour, clearance having been se
cured before the local revenue olllclaU;
had a chaiue to Interfere. Letters wi re
sent esterday to Honolulu, Instructing
tho revenue offlierB nt that port to re
ceive the Roderick Dim and prevent
landing of taxnble goods until the tax
The local revenue office received In
structions some weeks ngo to allow no
vessel to leave here with unstamped
goods after the Hawaiian law should
go Into effect. Appeal was made yes-
.terilay to the department for n modi
fication of the order as to several ves
sels which arc partially loaded with
unstamped goods. Owners of vessels
complain that to break their cargoes
would cause great unit unnecessary ex
pense. They have iigreed to give bonds
to Incttrc payment of the tax at Hono
lulu, t'nder this nrrangement the Gov
ernment will Buffer no loss and It Is
probable Hint the offer will be uccepted.
This privilege, If nllowed, however,
will apply only to the vessels which
had taxable goods on board at the tlni"
the law went into effect.
Job Printing at the liulletln
THE - UNION - GRILL
Open Day and Night
Luncheon and Dinner
Supper Parties, etc., etc.
THE UP-TO-DATE dRILL ROOA.
King St., near Fort.
NOT'CE IS HEREBY GIVEN I HAT
the undersigned having made application to
the Depaitment of the Interior, In rranner
and lotm required by the statute, have on
December 12, imoq, naj issued to mem dv j
the Minister of the Interior a Certificate f
Registration under the seal of the Depat
nient of the Interior, securing to them the
exclusive ue throughout the Hawaiian
Islands, for the term of twen y ears from
the sild date, of the labels hereinafttr
mentioned and decrlbed:
Hive colored labels bearing upon them
tlte words "Florida Water." In size as fol
lows: One label 8h Inches bv if ' Inches,
one libel t'J Inches, by 6V Inches, one
label )) by aH Indies, one label 3 Ipch-s
by 3'4 Inches, one label 24 by 2)4 Inches.
Two labels prlntid In black and white,
bearing upon them the words "Oriental
Hair Tonic' one label being In sle 7)4
Inches by 84 Inches, and one labrl 2 In
cnes by 4 Inches. One blue label bearing
upon it tlie words "Bristol's Sarsaparilla,"'
In size 1J4 Inches by iU Inches. One
red label entitled "Bristol s Ssrsapirllla,"
bearing upon It n representation of its In
ventor, B'lstol, ln'sle2V Inches by4'j
Inches. One s:r II libel bearing upon it
the words "Bristol's Sarsaparilla.'' In size
&' bv 01 Indies. One plain black and
white label bearing upon It the words
' Directions for taking Bristol's Sirsana
rll'a." In size j'i by 6)4' Inches. One
black and white label bearing upon It the
words "Bristol's Pills," In size jU by 4M
In lies. Two trade marks of Lanman and
Kemp, In size by A'i, and H of an
Inch by 2'5 Inches.
That all the said labels and trade marks
are enrolled In and preserved In the
Treasury Depirtment of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, In a volume entitled "Registration
of Labels and Trade Marks," on piges 72
to 85 Inclusive, and reference Is hereby
made to said volume and pages for .1 fuller
description: of slid labels, and all
persons are hereby warned against us'ng
said labels or trade marks, or any Infringe
ment thereof, under the p-iultv In such
cases by law mad anJ provided.
LANMAN fc KEMP.
1567 it. e.o.d. New York, N. Y.
The GASOLINE SCHR. ECLIPSE
will take freight Monday and Tuesday
and will sail Wednesday morning at lo
o'clock for the following Kauai ports:
Eleele, Hanapepe, Makawell Walmea. Ke
kaha. M.W. McCHESNEY & SONS.
IT COSTS $10.00
per month to rent a wheel and for the sum of
$t?.00you can buy from us a second-hand bicycle,
guaranteed to be in first-class running order. We
have them for this figure and upward and in the lot
there are a few of the well known Columbia Chain
less which gives you a chance to get one of these
splendid wheels for a very Miiall amount.
:: Call and get your pick before they are
E. 0. HALL
1776 - Hurrah for
Day Building. Beretanla St., near Central Fire Station
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,.
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
At a discount of 21J per cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock and
expressly made for fie I X L.
P. O Box 535
On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
Over 5000 yards of White
Goods of every description have
been placed on sale at a Great
Reduction in Price.
. . . Our stock is the largest that can be found in
town, easy to make selections, DO NOT AISS
500 pieces of 'White
Lawn in 4 trades, 40
wide will also be placed on sale
at Special Low Prices, just the
thing for this hot spell.
Ex-Australia we receive a
large shipmen of Table Linens
and Napkins direct from the
mills of Ireland and England.
Pacific Import C o.
& SON, Ltd.
4th July - 1900
S W. LEDERER.
BURNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY POR SALE
:: In All fcarts ot the City :::
Cent'al rooming house for sale.
1 5-year lease Beretanla Mreet.
Beautiful Home comer Pllkol and Wilder
Money to loan on aoprnvej security.
Partner with cash for gooJ paylnp.
Corner King and Bethel street.
Fort St. Progress Block
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