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EVENINO IIULLETIN, HONOLULU. II T WEDNESDAY.'SSUl.Y 80, 1902.
THE BEST BEER
It Is pale, pure and delicious In the rare flavor of the finest
Bohemian hops. A tacte will convince you of Its superior quali
ties. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY Sz CO.,
Cop. Nuunnu and .Merchant Sttt. TliLHIMIONE .'108
mm FACTION is
DEFEATED Nf FOUETTE
MadlMin Wis lul 17 The Rcpuli
Ikans of Wisconsin finished their vvenk
ill i.on entlon at t 3". oeloek after
nominating the follow lug ticket For
Uoveinoi Hobert M I.a Kollelte nf
Madison denominated); Lieutenant
Governor lames O. Davidson Suldlvm
Urove, Secretary of State Walter I..
Housei Moniltivl, Treasurei John I
Kctnpf Milwaukee. Altornej (ii ncr.il
L. M. Sturdevant NiIIIsIIIh, Supei
lntendent of Public Instriutlon Charles
1. Car). Delevnn. Itailtoad Cumuils
iloner, John W. Thomas Chippewa.
Insurance Commissioner. Zeno M
Governor l.a Kollette was tcnoml
natnl over John M. Whltelieml by nil
ovci whelming m.ijorltv the vote be
ing 790 to 266. With two exceptions,
the ticket as a whole went through as
figured out In advance 1 licit vveie
the nominations for State Tie.murer
and Hallroad ConiuilHsliilner John
Kempf of Milwaukee won the imitest
for State Tieasurer b the aid of the
"stalwart" faction, who switched their
votes before the ballot cloned Joseph
G. line! of Shcbojgan hud been looked
upon as sure nomination John W.
Thomas of Chippewa lande.l the nomi
nation for Huilroad CommhiKloiier over
Jobn Svvcnholt. the slate landldate. in
a similar wnv
Governor I.a Foliate was Klven ,i
great ovation upon being escoited to
the convention hall after Ih'Iiii; notl
fled of Ills nomination The featuie of
bit speech of acceptance was a stinging
rebuke to those of the p.irtv who
failed to supiHirt the principles laid
down in the last platform lie iiImj
warned the members of the paity
against supporting tm mini aspirin,;
to a place In the Leglslatme who
would not ngrce to stand b the plat
form. The "stalwarts," while appaientl)
chagrined ovtr their overwhelming
defeat )pst relay, will not bolt The)
will continue their organization in
definite) and will utrrv the light for
I'nlted stales Senator Spooner into
the Assembl dlMtlcts and will not
rest n 3 til the last vote is pulUJ oil
Statistics of One
Washington, July 18. A statement
lias been prepared at the Immigration
Ilureau, showing the number of Immi
grants who arrived In the I'nlted
States by countries during the fiscal
year 190J, as compared with I sol 'I he
total arrivals of the last fiscal cai
were 0)8,743 Immigrants and S2 O.'.l oth
er alien passengers, making n total of
730.79S. This Is an Inirease of lliUS.'S
Immigrants over 1901 The pilniipal
Increases during the last )ear us com
pared with 1901 were as follows Austria-Hungary,
S8.593, Ital), including
Sicily and Sardinia, 42,379, Hut.sl.iii
empire and Finland, 22.OT0, Japan,
9001; Sweden, 7503; German emplie.
6B53; Norway, 523C; Greece. 2191, Den
The principal decreases aie Ireland
1423, China 810, Turkey in Europe 200
Following aie tho countries fiom
which tho largest number of Immi
grants came during the last fiscal )cai
Italy, Including Sicily and Sardinia,
178,375; Austro-Ilungary, 171 9S9, Itus
slan empire nnd Finland, 107.J47, Swe
den, 30,898; Ireland, 29,138; German
empire, 28,304, Norway 17,4!4, Japan,
14,270; England, 13,575.
GEN. BARNESVERY ILL
San Francisco, July 19 At au tm ly
hour this morning General W II L.
Ilarues, who has been III for several
ilnB, had nnother hcmoiilinge of IIih
btomnch, nnd his condition was again
regarded as critical. He is In bis loom
nt fbo California Hotel
Dr. Hosonstlin was with his patient.
Ho leported that tho General was ury
low, but ho hoped to check tho humor
ibngo as lin had douo liefoio 'I lie pa
tlciit's vitality Is low, liowuvc'i, and thu
danger of relapse Is gitat.
to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila In teets
or rults nil Bizet and might
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundle
Twine Dlnder, Spring, Wrapping, Fan
cy Colored Sea Island.
Wo have Just reee.lvei a now stork
of all nloi Items and can show a
most complete line
HALL & SON, Ltd
icnnn Jul) IS fount Mntsukata,
the fount r Minister of l'lnance of Jj
pan who reientl) returned from a
month s visit to the I'nlted States said
lodn) While 1 am gruill) Impressed
witli tin tremendous inerg) of the Am
Icrli.niK and their vvonelirfiil common
da) ilevi lopmint. I rear that the too
ijpld progress of the I'nlled Stall's 11
llkel) to experience n serious sctbaek
in the neat future.
' I he commercial inerg.v of the Am
ciicnns" he continued. "Iticompwrnhly
smp.isses mi tiling In Cuiope Tills In
uudouhteill) one of tho prim lp.il innsn
of the economic irogress of tlie t lilted
Sliilcs perceive In mini) dliccllons
wtiiie- European cotintiles are nil end)
.i ncc led h) Ami lie an expansion and I
think It llkel) that tliev will be still
more nlTeeted In the- ftitun but Am
eilcn s pi oki ess has lice n mi i mciiIIiik
Iv upld that I fear some sudden disas
ter In ni) opinion too much business
has been done on borrowed capital
This, coupled with the magnitude of
the commercial opt unions common In
the I'nlted States will piobahl) lead
lo u pinlc at tho first untoward clrcum
btniiies such as bad harvest or similar
mlsfoitiine While tbeie aie man)
Htlonc' h.itiks In the I'nlled States
lime aie iiImi man) weak ones, whose
llaltiiie will tender a crash Inevitable
I feai that some of these banks me
lending too much mone) lo aid busi
uihh entei prises.
Another danger lies In the bank
note Issues While tills Is perfittl)
mfe In thiol) hecuuse the) aie pro
lee ted li) a deposit of (lov eminent
.bonds yet In lime of panic then- Is
nun ti dllfeie lire betwec n negotiable pa-
I pc i and cash Some of the must piomt-
uent lliiiiucliis in Ameildi shale these
apple benslons which leads he to hope
Hint the) foieciistlng the danger, will
Hud means of av citing It If so, A in -ci
lea h commercial progiess will bo
even mole leiuaikalile than at picscnt '
Hamburg, Jul) 21 Tne steamship
i'llmus of Humhurg with 185 pussen
gers on boaid, wus cut in two and
sunk by the tug Knnsa on the River
i:ilie at 12 JO o clock this morning So
far as is ascertainable, about fifty
peisons weiu drowned. Two score of
bodies nlread) have been lecovered.
The Primus was nn excursion steamer
Hum lluxtehiide, Province of Hanover,
Tho dibasic r occuind between
Illuiikeuese and Nlcnstdti u Among tne
pussengers v. cue thu members of thu
i:ilbeek Mate Choral Society. At tho
time of thu accident the Primus was
ciosslng thu liver channel near lllank
enese from thu southern Into thu
iioithern fuirwa). According to wit
nesses aboard the Hansa tho move
ment was made too piuilpltutuly Tliei
I'llmus struck thu tug's englnu room
uud the Hansa eudeuvored to push her
uuliure, hut the tug grounded and thu
ships parted Thu Primus then sunk.
A teirlhlo panic oceuired on tho
Primus when thu Hansa struck bci
rendered thu cffoits to save bur pus-
sengcrH almost useless, i'oitunutely,
thu steamer Dolphin came up Imme
diate!) and succeeded In saving sixty
ot thosei ou bourd thu sinking steamer,
while othci bouts assisted In thu work
St Paul. July 19 Colonists rates
Identical with those that brouuht 10..
Wo settlers to the Northwest during
the spring are to go into enm again
L'udei an uttreement between thee
northern lines the Northern Pacific tho
Great .Noith(,rn. tho Soo lines and tho
Hues tlnoiigh the Omaha gateway spe
cial faies will be one red evcrv d.iv In
September and October and this limit
ma) he en ueiici lo Spokane the rates,
will he ucaln l'2r,0. to the Kootcn u
dlstilit !.'.i. to terriroiy went of (as
cade range $.'5 Tickets will be sold
fctmd one vvuy
Tim St Paill-Chlcauo loads have
agreed to an $8 basis In eonnietlon
with the talcs ft mil St. Paul ttnd Du
ON II IHHS
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO cnndlcpowcr. This
Is tho best lamp on tho market,
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company,.
Aiphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING- CO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
NEW - TO-DAY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of Hawaii, at
Honolulu, in the Territory of Ha
waii, at the close of business, July
Loans ami Discounts $
Overdrafts, secured and
97 348 38
22 001 JJ
I1 S. Ilonds to secure cir
I' S Ilonds to nelire II.
S I)e posltH
Premiums on I' S Ilonds
Hanking houtc, furniture
Due from State Hanks .
and llnnkeis . . .
Due from appiovid Re
Cheeks and othci ensb
lie ins . ....
Notes of other .National
I'rnctlnnnl paper curie n
t) nickels and cents .
Lawful Money Reserve In
Spielc . $18.-.,7H7 10
l.e gnl t e II d e I
notes 170 00 1S5.877 1(1
Iteeleuiptloii fund with 1'.
S Tleusuier l.. of
elrcululloii) . . .. 2.500 no
Total $1. 427,077 02
Capital stock paid In $ 500.000 0i
Sin plus rimd 50.000 00
I'nellviileil profits, less
expenses and taxes
palel 800 M
National Hank notes out
standing 48 500 00
Dividends unpaid 170 on
Individual deposits sub
ject to chick 458.810 in,
Demand certificates' of
deposit 15i;541 5i
Certified t bee ks 2.272 77
United Stutes deposits... 182,239 72
Deposits of U. S. disburs
ing officers 2fi,!)SJ 7J
Mobilities other than
those above stated 754 01
Total $1, 127,077 0J
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Onliu ss
I, W. G. Cooper. Cashier of tin
above named bunk, do solemnl) swear
that the above statement Is true) to the
best of my knowledge nnd belief.
W. G coopr.it,
M. P HOH1NSON,
G J. WAI.I.mt.
1. I. m'candi.i:ss
Siibsciihed and sworn to before me
this Jotb da of July. 1902
Gi:0 I. HIGKI.OW
WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE,
No. 8, K. of P.
There will be a special convention
of thu above named Lodge Tills I?veu
lug, July 30, In Harmony Hall, at 7 30.
Work In the Third Rank.
.Members of Oahil No. 1 and Mjstlc
No. 2 and all sojourning brothers aro
cordially Invited to attend.
U. S. GUKGOHY,
221 1U K. of It &. S.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Notice Is hereby given that Miss
Amelia Kmmeliith will act for me as
my lawful attorney during my absence)
from the Territory of Hawaii.
Dnted at Honolulu, this 29th day of
July, 190J. K. W. qUINN.
George Keola was this morning rep
rlmanded and discharged by Judge
Wilcox In tho Police Court ou tho
charge of assault and battery on his
vvlfu. During the trial, thu mother of ,
tveoia appeared as a witness. She
stated among other things that she did
not hear any noise whatever. Judge
Wilcox remnrked that for Hawallans
to ipinrrel and not be heard was some
thing unheard of
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines nnd staves and safes, call on
Hoffscblaeger Co , Ltd.
a i r
p m a m
fa o ) to
0 II 4
)o II 4,l 9
1 t fl I
I it I.I
Monday , .,
4 t I O
New moon August 3 at 9 47 p. m.
l'u II moon on the 20th. at G:1G a. rn.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
The t files at Kahulul and Illlo occur
about an hour earlier than at U--i
nolulu " '
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, bolne.
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whittle blows at 1 30 p. m , which
is thu same as Greenwich, Oh Ora. '
Weather Iltirenu Punahou, Jul) 30
Temperature Morning minimum
71; Middii) maximum, 84.
Ilarometer nt 9 a m, 29.99 Stead). ,
Hiilnfnll 0 07 I
Dew Point C9F !
llumldlt) at 9 a m 75 per cent. '
Diamond Head Signal Station July
30. Weather .clear, wind light n
Tuesday, July 29.
Str. I.ehua. .N'aopala, from -Molokal
Schr laid) from Koolau ports
The bark Mohican arrived in San
rrnnclsco from Honolulu on Jul) 21
The baikentlne S N Custlo nrrlveel
In S.iu Francisco, from Honolulu Jul)
I Weilnisdny Julv 30.
' Stnir Mlkahatu Glegory from Ki
ual pints at 7 lo a in
I Stmr Knual It rutin, fiom Kam
poits nt 4 48 n m
Stun Not nu Wvman from Hawaii
ports at il .".'i a m
S S Vintuin Havword, from Sap
l'lanclfio nt 11 Jo a in.
Weelnedav Jul) 30.
Nor bk. Aelous. Uoinson, In ball.ist
for Kureku, at 8 30 n. m.
Am. schr llertle Minor Itnven, for
Uureka, ut 11 a. in
S S. Nippon Mm ii (ireene, from
S S. Mlovvern, Hemenway, from thu
ruesela). July 29
S S Sierra Houellctte, for San Fran
clsio. Str. Maunn I.oa Slmeison for lav
halna. Maalaea, Keuu and Kuu ports.
Gas schr Kcllpse, Townscnd, for
Sti.W (1 Hall. Thompson, for Kauai
Am sp Hawaiian Ules, Mnllett, fur
Fiuni San FraneIco, per S S Veil
tuia Jul) 3o. For Honolulu .Mr and
Mis I) A Anderson, i;. Hlshop, A A.
Hrown F D Chamberlain. S. M. Da
mon Mis M. F Colbiirn, Miss H. H.
Colbuin Mrs I. A Dunn, .Master
Hurr) Dunn, Mrs Jno V.ua, Miss Aide
Handv Geo A Aidileli, G J. Ilolsse,
Mrs. G Diennon and child, J Little,
Jno l.wuigus Miss N F Hunle),
Miss l V. Lovvr), K A. C. Long. Col
Gio Mae rni lane. .Mr and Mrs C C
Peiklns J G Pratt, C. F. Macfai
lam Mis A. V. Napthale), George
Nuiics H M Whltne), Mrs A. Wll
bud C Woltcrs, Dr. C. 11 Wood, -Mini
It. J Itamnge. Mr. nnd Mrs N S.
Sachs V M Sexton, J. S Spltzu
Miss i: C Wniren, Captalu W 11
Whiting. Wm. Peterson 11 C Held,
Mis C Spamnssci Miss 1. II .Means,
A. K Vlehn, Mrs. Chas Winter, J A
Young For the Colonies Win Hint k
lock Mr anil Mis 1 De Schujvci, I
i: Aeutt, Uev II Anson, Mis. II An
son and two children, Miss .Mabel C
Harton J H Hell, H Hlckford. J.
Urock B 11 .McDowell. W Stone,
Mrs. II A, ltutton and two children.
Mi and .Mrs J. W. Can, Miss Mu)
Edwards Hon F. Dillingham, Mis F
Dillingham. F A
Illakeslue' W K
RnieUtein' p i"
Fisher, Miss Vlila
Grutnlck, Mr. nnd MrB. A R Johnson
Miss M W. I-augrldge. F Gilchrist;
P.M Hanson, W. I.. Holmes. Mr. and
Mis W. I.. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs C
Morel A Oneu, G. W. Plummcr, S
II Hrausley. C. Dillingham. Miss J 1..
nmt..i,. e .i . i ii .
Dillingham, Mr, and Mrs, L. 11. Munro,
,, . , ., x.i i i ii i
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nichols, W Peacock,
.. a ,,, , ,,. I. V. , ,
Mrs. S Pcckerman, H. K. Plcard. E
1.CD T&S S M. c""
i n,.i,.,. n w iiii.i xi ....
J Dohcrty, C. II. Hollaud, Mr and
Mrs K Withy, J. C. Smlthson. Hon
J. T Walker, Mrs. J. T. Walker. Er-
v p w.il i. ii xi ii
6.1 vxamer. I. Hansen, .xirs. l. Jiaii
.e-u Ullll lour eill.cireil, J. r. .xicgun, II.
II Mever. Mrs. L .Viller. W Utmon. m per cent of' her population "native
v .m""n,a.l M'B A" W,U '' Mll!a born, comes nearest to being an all
K Withy, Miss J C. H Walker, Dr. American city
cieaver woous, miss ai. woods, J. H.
ow.ouen, vv ,i. iuuus. Mre. w it.
Tubbs and two children, J W Wight,
Mrs Stockton and two children, C. l.
rrom Kauai ports, per str. MIkahala,
Jul) 30 G F. Brlttain, G. W Carr, R.
W. Wilcox, D Kalauokalanl, I) Kulau-
oknlanl Jr . J. A. Aklnn, .Mrs Jns Wll-
klnson and 2 children, Mrs Meleuti,
THE NO PAIN
I kiln I
ll tr fe. Hi
It I I si T
ii i rn
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
THE GEISHA WAIST
Remains Queen of Shirt Waists
Honolulu ladles who live In perpet
ual summer find the White Shirtwaist
an Important part of tho wardrobe ev
ery day In the car. For this climate
the waist should be, In point of work
manship, a superior garment.
Manufacturers of GEISHA hac
thoroughly studied tho situation and
arc able to make up sheer materials In
a manner which combines beauty, dur
ability and comfort to a remarkable
They sent us n large shipment which
arrived by tho Alameda and Includes
( some vciy beautiful and swell stvles.
made with elbow sleeve, especially
suitable for midsummer wear.
Alt factories commence nt this sea
son to work on Woolen Garments for
Winter. Wc therefore advise that ott
supply our requirements for several
months, by selecting now, while assort
ments and sizes are
BOTTLED AT -THE SPRINGS AT
This watT Is taken from the
famous Vol aalc Springs situat
ed In the District ot Puna, Islanl
of Hawaii h for ) cars It has
been uad b) peoplo living on
the UlinJi as a cure for Kldnc
Amagemants have been made
with tbe Fountain Soda Works
of this city lo act as our distrib
uting ag-au Send all order to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Cas: of 100 Dottles
(pints) $8 50
One Caie of SO Bottles
Chen Yuei Mu G F Hrittaln Miss
M Kekoa A. I. C Atkinson, i: Flobr,
Sue Pa J Jorgenson Mis Johnson,
Mrs C E l hapln Ah Man, Miss Cron
Je .Miss S,. eker Miss E Phllps and 58
Fiom Kauai ports per sti Kauai,
Jul) 30 Mu V Kmidsen, H Knud
sen, l)r H Sandovv nnd 2 deck.
Fiom Molokal pons, per str, I.ehua.
July '10 Dr French.
For Maul ports, per str Maul, July
30 For Kahulul J W. Searle. A.
lackson, Mlbi II. Kekalolu, I. R. Crook
O M. Atwood, It G Augo, Mrs K M
Juhuspn, It. V Engle, II. Gorman. For
liana Miss Hardvvlck, Miss Hamburg,
Mis Humbuig For Htielo Mr. Cham
bcilulu and wifa.
HOOKED TO DEPART.
For Molokal ports per stmr. I.ehua,
Jul) Jo E R FoUoiu and wife, Fred
lleekiey. lln Nakulna, Henry Meyer,
.Mis Wm Auld F II Foster.
For Victoria and Vancouver, per S.
B. Mlowera Jul) 30 Ml and Mrj.
Fred Waterhouse Mis. L. K. Achilles
a"J 3 chllJren' " s Gr'BBS. Miss Bar- sisal plonts and 11 pkgs sundries. Pur
nuri1' c- s RIchaidsoD, E. W. Quinii.lser Shnrratt In his report states thai
W ,: llaai Pett!r ,i,8l, ' nrona' w-l "no weather was experienced crossing
""V",1",. "' I , ,,,ar'le8 "ls,s A-"'" channel The Mlknliala was left off
"rl J" I.D,BnknT , ' uI ""t N.111 "'"...
ton. T. O'Uriea. Br uud Mis M. Mc -
menu, iu v ueiKu, j. i. biivu, u, l-..
Uodrlgues G Hughes, Mr and Mrs. C.
Grote und C children, M ss Uorge is, C,
. ,,., v. c ,., ,, i f,. .
Cramer, C N Sowden, Mr and Mis, W.
.. ,,,' ,j ,,j,' a,.
t- l.Hlott ana 2 children, E. I. Suy-
,,., ., ,, ,,,, '.
' "- aoi,
There Is a larger piopoitlon of foi
f lirn riialrlontj In frit I TJti m Muoa
tlmn In 'my other clt) in tho cotintr),!
4s .r ,0nt of her population being ot
all. n ,,r.h Mnntlinmpri Al.l ultl.
A Texas sphler weaves a balloon four
uH long and two feet wide, vvu.ch It
fastens to a tree b) a single tlnead.
then mnrches on boaid with Its half
cloven little ones, cuts the thread, and
awa goes the airship to somo distant
pulnt on the prairie,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
(WFIK UMSTILL6P M
OFflCCHOLFrt vUMi)S TILl ta M
t art Jolrn Intal Work eery day as
mar I'AISLI S js i jii be J(.n (tn Jn ytn4
wurki not i nl in lhoi.li of Honolulu hit
unwlun anjwfll iujrjutee our uorktttl-t;
ij ah iny ilrntit uii prnJiue Ueare
( riJutt hititUt-. jnj hae haJ ?r nunv
vi irst vptrkme In the practke ut lentKtr
Ml our rtaUml U the tr tit m iJe or
kn ntnthtf dtntal prokfc! in Nuihare
f-1 i tmlti it) n He sure tm tinJ tin rit,lit
pi m Atllnui ii III k ai llotvl Strw.t
PI -mi Lnton llMnululu The Up To-DaUj
Sll r nitln' so alliJ - m more
PUNA BY H. L, WILLIAMS & CO.
Pfrctnt U S e.ailem
Solids 01SS0 110.92
Chlorine O.OSoO 60.74
0 0133 7.S4
Lime 0 0053 3 24
Magnesia ....0 0000 3.89
Silica 0.00C5 3.24
lated as salt 83 6
KDMUND C. SHOnCY,
A rebate ot One Dollar will bo
mado upon tho return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN S70
The Btcamcr Nocau arrived In port
at b 30 o clock this morning fiom Ha
wall ports. She brought 23G7 bags of
H II. Co sugar, 1 cart and 10 pkgs sun
dries. Purser Stlel gives the following
report of tho trip ' On our trip to Ha
na we experienced stiong head winds
and head sea From liana to Kukul
haele we had fair vveathei, but quite
a heuv) swell set in on Monda) while
we vveie loading at Honokau Smooth
sea while loading sugar at Kallua The
handling of sugar at Kallua Is very
poor, the bags l)lng all over tho vvhnif
Ibis delu)s the boats consldeinbl)
Fine wcnthei is lepoited fiom Kuu NE
winds and eros; seas on our return
Tho following sugar Is icportcd at
Hawaii poits lead) foi shipment. Pu
naluu, 4050 bags, Honuapo, 2500.
The steamer Kauat ai rived from
Kauai and Nllhau ports this morning
at 4 48 o'clock. She brought 950 bags
K. S. M. sugar, 30 bags taro, 30 crates
I Thu steamer Mlknliala arrived trot
iauui ports tins nioining nt T'lo
o'clock. She brought 1500 bags K. S.
M. sugar, 1792 bags McB. sugar, 200
head sheep, 300 bags rice, 5 bundles
goat skins, 05 hides and Gl pkgs sun
, ulg repoitT U,e U.
dries. Purser Frlel gives the follow -
ay to Hanalel
Could get no
communication with the puiser. Tho
bark W. II Flint was at Maka
well loading sugar. She has 11,900
bags on board. Flno weather on the lee
aide of Kauai. Crossing the channel
Ilcrhl Irn.la uln.l. nllh .nmntl. ...
The following sugar Is left at Kauai
ports leady for shipment M, A, K
2500, G & R, 000; L. P., 1000.
The steamer I.ehua arrived from Mo
lokabund I.anai ports at midnight Slio
biouglit 48 bills hides, 91 bags taio, 11
pkgs suucAlcs and 1 colt.
Tho lopoit has been cliculated
along tho watei front that tho Amcrl-
can-Hawalluu steamci Ncvadan was
short of oil and as u consequence would
not bo nblo to leavo this poit for tho
Coast ou schedule time ns slio would
havo to wait until a load of fuel oil
eould be sent heio fiom the Coast This
iiimoi is absolutely denied b) C I
Moise, the local agent, who stutes that
tho Ncvadan has enough oil In her
tanks to tnko her buck easily and that
the big fielghter will leavo for San
1'i.iiulsco on schedule time.
Hair is ulloged to be restored to tho
btilU ami plumngo to nakcil bit Us b tlm
wttou of CiiBLiana, Noitli Italy
65 Queen St.
-of- . .;j
ON THURSDAY, JULY 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho rcsldenco of Mr. Schoaff, No
C0A, Cottage Walk, off of School
street, Hvva of Tort Btrcct, I will soil at
l'uullc Auction, tho entire household
furniture, consisting of cano chairs
and lockers, touch, pictures, wall mir
ror bookcase, oak center tables, hand
somo onk dresslnc, case, rugs, nets.
Iron beds, bureaus, chiffonier, matting,
dining table, meat safe, crockery,
glassware, kltchcn'utcnslls, blue flamo
JAS. F. MORGAN.1"
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, CS Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mil. II. T. JAMi:S, Assignee ot the
Honolulu I'nlnt and Wall Paper Co ,
the entire stock of over 10,000 rolls
of the latest and most up to date lot of
Wall Paper In tho city. Stock consists
of Whlto lllanks, Oilts nnd Uronzes,
.Micas, Silk KtTects, Ingrains, Hand
some Friezes, Two and One band Dor
ders, ntc., Utc.
Somo 4,000 is represented here In
nil new and carefully selected pat
terns. Samples on view on Wednesday at
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIIIST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Derctanla street, adjoin
Ing residence of C. Mustace Esq.; 13
feet on Deretnnla otrcet, 171 fee
deep; prlco $9000; one half c'asTi. bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
r.t present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
froperty hag a frontage, on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth of 112 fecL
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Dath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St,
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Prlca
$4000. One half cash, balauce on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Hai
right of way to Deretanla St,
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St