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3ftc gjotonuw Calendar
jrULT 27. '1894.
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FOREIGN" -JIA1I. SERVICE.
StciniEhipE will leave for and arr've
from San Francisco and other foreign
ports, on or abont tne following dates,
tin tne close ot iby4.
Leave- HoxourucpcE at Hosolcuj
foii Sax Feascisco. Fm. Sax Francisco
or Vancouver, ob Vancouver.
Marijx)R.i . . .
Australia. . .
. . July
. .Aug. 1
t vj Anwfl
. . oept. 1 rr
.Sept. 15 Australia..
.. Oct. 3, Mariposa.
..Oct. 10 Australia.
. Oct. IS'Arajra
Nov. 1 Monowai
.Nov. 10 Australia.
.Nov. 15 Alameda.,
..Dec. 1 Warrimoo
.. Oct. 23
. .Nov. 23
.Dec. 13 Mariposa..
VESSELS IS PORT.
D S is Philadelphia, Barter.
113 M S Champion, Rooke, Vancouver.
Am bk S C Allen, Thomson, San Francisco
Bktne W H Dimoud. San Francisco.
Gcr ship Marie Hackfielil, Kruse, L'Pool.
Bk Andrew Welch, Drew. San Francisco.
Bk Albert, Griffiths, San Francisco.
Bktne Planter. Dow. Laysan Lsland.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, San Fran.
Schr R W Bartlett, Laysan Island.
Sclir Aloha, Dabel, San Francisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am bk W S Phelps. . . . Gray's Har . . . .Duo
Schr Allon A S F (Mah) due
Schr Robert Lewers. ..'Gray'lIVr: Duo
Bark R P Hitchct San Fran... July 23
Bark Annie Johnson. .S F( Uilo) . ..July 26
BarkScnta Liverpool.. July 30
C ASS Arawa N S W Aug. 1
OSS Mariposa S F....Aug.
Am bk Amv Turner. . .New York. .Aug.
OSS Australia San F Auc. 11
Brbk Alexandra Newcastle... Aug. 14
R M S S Mariposa.-. . .Sydney Aug. 23
Bk G N Wilcox. ...MiddIesborough.Aug25
P M S S China San Fian. ...Sont. 3
Bark Routenbock Liverpool. . .Nov. 23
Tho Leo Tongcnso will be hearp
The Republican party meets
Tho Ka Leo is indulging in nn
.alleged Euglisb column.
Tho Holomua is always happy
to see Dr. McGrow around.
Tho Hoogs excursion to tho
volcano will bo largely patro
Thoro is'no truth in tho report
of tho resignation of clerk Rose
hill from the station houso.
Arthur White was committed
"to tho Circuit Court on a charge
of assault with a deadly weapon
Tho funeral of Mr. Chas. Tum
or took place yesterday afternoon
from tho residence of Mr. J. B.
Rudolph Sprookels "Fritizo"
and Bluxomo left for San Eran
cisco on tho Alameda yesterday.
They will all return.
(jDoa'tviorgot tho "Oceanioa"
ou Saturday night. D. M. Crow
ley, tho energetic manager will
givo tho town a surprise party.
J. A. Magoon lias resigned as
an inspector of tho Republican
registration board. Evidently
tho learned attorney couldn't
swallow Hatch's outrages.
Arthur "White pleaded guilty
in tho District Court this morn
ing, to the charge of assault and
battery on George "Wood. Judge
Rob'ertson fined him $50 and $1
Invitations aro out to & ball
and conoert which will be given
onFriday evening the 3rd of Au
gust by the Scottish Thistle
Club.--lWili bo.a grand success
and patronised by all wbo have
bn fortonaie enough to obtia
Dr. J. S. McGrew has called
J our attention to the fact. th'at an
injustice bad been done his fami
ly through the publication oih
article in oar paper in which'cert
ain reflections were made on him.
The article in question referred
to his daughter - in - law and it
was stated that she left the coun
try through the influence of the
McGrew family. "We beg to sta.3
that we had no intention to con
vey to our readers such an im
pression and that the community
is awfully pleased to learn that
the young lady is always a welco
me guest of our esteemed fellow
citizen. Dr. McGrew who is an
old newspaper man will under
stand that tho conductors of this
paper are always ready to assist
him in any shape, manner or form,
and prepared to make him appear
in tho most immaculate position.
Ear be it from us to doubt the
integrity or honor of his trans
actions. So far as our reflections
are concerned against the other
participants of the row, we are
ready to take our chances. With
Today is tho annivesary of the
birth of H. I. M. Kong Sui, the
ruler of China. The festive oc
casion was celebrated bv the dis
playing of flags from Consular
offices and by official calls by the
diplomatic and Consular repre
sentatives. The government band-
played at tho quarters of the
Chinese Club, and a number of
Hawaiian officials naid their
respects to the representatives of
tho great Asiatic Empire.
H. E "Walker the well-known
agent for the most popular bi
cycle over introduced here has
made arrangements for a bicycle
meet, which will take place on tho
11th of August 1894, at Kapio-
lani Park. The programme com
prises a number of highly inter
ring events, and tho entries
close on Monday the 6th of
August at Walker's office
Mr. J. E. Bush accompanied
by "J. Nawahi were numerous
around town yesterday evening.
They were neither looking fsea
fight or a vote. They were simply
F. M. Swanzy is tho adminis
trator of the estate of Fredrick
Buchardt Ashton. The deseased'
gentleman was a resident of Ro
ll ala iind was well and favorably
Tho S. G. Wilder estate will be
finally disbursed and settled on
tho 31st of next month. Tho
executors deserve creat credit
for having brought the estate in
to a most flourishing condition,
a fact? unparalelled h6re.
It is rumored that Mr. Henry
Castle, tho present editor of the
P. G. Advertiser, will shortly
leave these shores for Germany
where he will make his perman
ent residence and become a "pro
fessor." "Yarmany" has the
sympathies of this paper.
Eben.Low and others are peti
tioning tho -government for a
reduction of rent on cortain lands
ilongiug to the crown domain.
The lease was sold to Low at
public auction Xor 1,210 a
eary, shortly after tho revolution.
Mr. Dole's interest ih tSe matter
willprobablj secure the reduc
tion of rent
Mr. George Norton died-this
morning. The deceased was
brmerly an employee of Lewers
& Cook and was at ono time .a
prominent officer in tho fire de
partmont. For tho last eighteen
months ho had been a very sick
man and death was a relief. The
funeral took place ibis afternoon.
AYINGHEARD THAT TKE OWNERS,
bTJ'ewLvlIkfwtH are hbx&m to attttt
the. horse Nevadc I hereto v ebalka'JofcBv
Ifowanl to a Mh-Kae avtr tin? SsoioUal
Race Track ON SATURDAY, SeBberIt,
im. MUetHWtt: iwt S lk Sz oc twtTaJte
hetts, bet.3 In 5. to fcr, an4 ratal of Si
TX.. for ftOO or H3:Mtirto b toe4 M
w mMk& OrlX UXTiy MOWOAtV
.mr j huh, . ixst. nmmt mml;
We humbly saggestto tho great
and good journalist J. E. Bush
that ho in the future drops the
use el the Holojcua and stops
translating our English articles
into his little sheet He has al
ways been welcome in
to use our material but since he
is so very ugly toward us we
think it right for him to attend
to his own matter and become
original. The Ex - Ambassador
was always original more so on
To be Held-
On-Saturday, Aug. 11th
1 One Mile Dash, open; Gold Medal.
2 Hall Mile Dash, novice: Silver Medal.
3 One" Quarter Mile Dash, open; Silver
4 One Half Mile Dash, boys under 15
years; Silver Medals; first and second-
5 One Half Mile Dash, open: Gold
6 One Half Mile Dashr three minute
class; Silver Medal.
7 Three Quarter Mile Dash, open; Gold
8 One Mile Dash, novice; Silver Medals.
RICES, S1.00; Entrance FeeforRa-es5
and 7, $1.50; all othar Races, entrance, $1.
All Entries to Close ON MONDAY, Aug.
Gth, 12 noon, at tho office of H. E. Walker,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
General Admission, 50 cts; Grand Stand,
extra, 25 cts; Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.00
each; Carriages, inside of race course, $2.50.
for NEWSPAPERS and
PERIODICALS by ever'
5" Subscriptions Payable in
Advance. ; k
This Machine is the l&ngvof
all. On it you can make a Lock
stitch , Chain-stitch . Embroidery,
Button-holes, Ruffles, Tucks.
Guitars, Lawn Tennis,
Stationery and Blank Books- at
53" Cash Prices. Z&
Hand Sewing Machines from
eight dollars and a half up. jy27
a-:e3 :et 3D
Republican Patty's Platform will
be held at the OLD ARMORY,
TIIS FRIDAY S VE,
Commencing at 7:30 Good Speak
ing by Popular Orators Come
One, Come-All Don't Eail I I
JF. GEETZ, -
iBOOji? and SHOEMAKER 1
Repairing Neatlv-Donc. " -Jj27.
FURNITURE, DISHES, GLASSWARE,
ClQck,"Wtch. Jcireliy, Old Gold and
Silver. ad every thlar-bo acfat and sold at 114
King Street, corner or Alakca. j-27
FBOit I EDS DATEL B. E. HOFFACKER
kaloae mathonaed to drw draft or to
gtTd orikrs for Kert&aBdise oc ppKas os
behalf, of tbe tlavaika Coassero! and
THE HAWAII.Ov COMMERCIAL AND
' C. A. Sfkbcxzzs,
a Ona Xarqnoo Tent, new; Sbe
16x32 fct; 6 fe Wall; 13'4et
3 Dck: Xm, Pom,-
, Rafir, eta. JMUM.t'th
You took our advise last week
and "have profited by our Hosiery
offer, and we" think are satisfied
vou have the best of the Bargain
there are not many left, but what
there is go at our Cut Price,
, , ..
xii buruugii mis rteetvuui su'it-
ing faces will mean the Blues to us,
as we see Bundle after Bundle of
Victoria Lawns going out of the
store at 75 cents for 10 yards and
Merrimac Prints at 50 cents for 10
yardsand Ginghams, that are
Ginghams, 12 yards for $1 or
Browa Cottons 16 yards for $1, can
you blame us for having the Blues
when you are 'tarrying off goods at
these prices? This thing goes on
all the week.
WEDNESDAY, JDLY 25, marks
another day of Sacrifice so far as
we are concerned. Golored Wool
Dress Goods (all wool) you have
paid us 75 cents for same Class of
Goods. Now they are yours at 50
cents- a yard. These goods' are
worth buying if you don't make
them up for a j'ear. They are all
New Goods and Patterns.
SAT UB DAY. JULY 28, takes in
everything, but the Remnant Buy
ers will have it all their own way.
Every piece we have goes without
reserve at your own prices .ts a
picnic for you, but we want the
room for New Goods. Underwear
is receiving our special attention,
the mark .down has been general
all through our Stoc5r, in fact the
fundamental law of our house is to
sell at a very small profit in every
Deiftrtment the days of fancy
prices are over. Next week you
to vour in-
; B. F. Fillers & Co.
A Large Parlor and Bedroom,
King Street, nest door to John E.
Bowler's residence. Inquire of
jy27 lOt Mrs. BAILEY.
FORT AND HOTEL ST3.
HeaWnaM Enterprise Brewing Co.
Largiest Consignment of Beer
that ever arrived here, nor
on Draught '
J. DODD, Prop'r
Livery and Feed
TORT STREET, between Ho
tel aud Beretania Streets,
Both -Telephones . . .
Pioneer Shirt Factory
" ESTABLISHED I5S7.
,A- M. MELLIS, Proprietor,
5IS Tort S., Upitair ITonolwIs, Good Fit
Hick- SuImL. .Corner
ATaUMkwi Strata. Hacki at All
The lEAtt L. HOOGS
Personally Conducted Ex
etirsion to the Tolcano
LEAVING ON THE KINAU FRIDAY,
AUG. 3, 1894, AND RETURNING
TO TOWN ON SATURDAY, EIGHT.
Some people who claim to know all about it are of the opinion that
the Crater's present great state of activity may nut last over two month's,
and then it may drop out of sight altogether, If this story should turn
out to be correct, there would be hundreds of people in this city who
would regret that they allowed an opportunity to visit it go by, Why
not go now? The Steamer Kinau will leave on Friday, August 3d, with
an Excursion Party on board another chance of the same kind may
not present itself for a long time, and you are sure to enjoy the trip. A
ticket will cost vou 50. which includes hotels and transportation. You
will never forget your first sight of the Great Burning Lake, and with- -out
seeing it you will remain in the dark as to its appearance, as no pen.
can. do it justice. The trip is a most enjoyable one; you spend a day or
so in the Beautiful town of Hilo; you traverse thp Volcano Road with
its wealth of tropical foliage, and when you reach the Tolcano House'
you will say that the trip, so far, is of the memorable order. But.this .
is nothing compared to the awful splendor of the Grater; there is noth
ing like it in this earth. Read the Advertiser of ronday, July 23rd,
and get an idea of what awaits you high up in the mountains of
Hawaii. - jy26 .'
Box 4S0. -
The Cheapest Place
oil the Islands to Buyv
New and Second
King & Nuuanu .Sis.
Saturday Eve, July 28.
OF THRILLING INTEREST.
Portraying the Events connected rith the
Discovery of these Islands by Capt. James
Cook, R.N., and Ihe Death of the Intrepid
Navigator, compiled from Reliable and
Original Authorities by D. M. Crowley,
Anthor of tho "Wooing of Koala. Special
Scenery, Costumes and Effects. OCEANI
CA mil be Performed by a Company. of
Well Trained (Hawaiian and Foreign) La
dies and Gentlemen Amateurs,
-Box plan now open at Tj. J. Levey's.
SATURDAY, JULY 2Snt.
This First-Class Bathing Resort
has been enlarged and is now ODen
to the public, It is the best place
on the islands to enjoy a Bath, and
there is no bVtter Dlace to lay ofil
Special accommodations -for La
dies. Tram cars pas3 the cl-mr every
half hour, and on Saturdays and
Sundays every fifteen miuutes.
- O," J. SHERWOOD,
at LIQUOM a4
ca Md i
a Historical Drama
Mutual Telephone 215.
flEtf DEPARTURE the-
tlawii JUiKMer Service
0 - -j
L. M. Johnson, Manager
Mutual Tc-1 599
Bell Tel 539
OFFICE In MASONIC BUILDING
We are prepared to furnish unllormed mes
senders ot-all hours. PromDtnesa and aUY-
You ring us up and we will do the
uouny rates -V) cents.
For distance rates
see ilessemjers Map.
TO LET or r.EASE.
A house on King Street next to T. R. Walk-..
ers premise containing parlor, dining
room and three bedrooms, besides kitchen
bathroom sUbles and all modern convent
encfcS -lately occupied by Mr. Bushee."
Rent moderate to responsible party. Address
jy!6 ABRAHAM FERNANTjEZ. '
AMnt to Tako Acknowledgments: 1
TV ill Attend to Management and
Sale of Property Collection in
All Its Branches. Office No. 42
Merchant Street; Mutual Tele
phone 3S0. jy23 J
Fernandes & Gomes
No. 502 Fort St.. Honolulu, H. iJ
P. O. Box 436. Mutual Tele. 140.
NO.'SSO NUUANU STREET. HONOLULU
A im: aseortraent of
, English and Sotch- Clthgifi
CMna fsva wors una a jjlkox.
r CLASS fit guaranteed
Clotheiic!du Jc repaired . jy7im