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Our Stock in this Department
is now complete anti is
well worthy your inspectio
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and Quality. Look the Stock
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orrifunder thp suporyision. ofJMissVipnos Smith.
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"lAVe have just opened, and will place on sale
the choicest and most "Select" creations in Black and
Waists ever Displayed on the Hawaiian
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this Exhibit and resist buy-.
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W.e Jave "showing in tliese
.Goods some-extra sood'thinggr;
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forget that We are
rents for tlie famous
Kid Gloves" vtke
id best on earth.
'Dhe$o; goods comprise the most Up-To-Date Novelties
.tci'bo joblained uiAho Market oL.'America! aiid, Europe and
have beou previously selected for tliq Ilbnohilu Trade by
Our Mr. Du Roi on his present trip abroad.
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! borhoqd of the Fish Xarket The boys
j spend their time shooting craps and
i age to Jump overboard A regular out-
1 and-out wharfrat' will tae to .'the wa
ter like a duclc, but Honolulu rats do
not. 1 .
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The five boys who jumped were ail
native' youths, and therVefen a fair
v?ay of escaping ,'wien' one "of ithe officers;
fired! a. shoMnto the. air and yelled
at the swimmers to' return or he would
. .-- acted like
magic, and the boys made for. the wharf
again and clambered up, where they
were lined up with their companions.
There, were big boys and little boys,
thin boys and boys who . were fat,
American boys, Hawaiian boys,
guese and Chinese boys. They were of
all ages and different degrees of tough
Since the great American' game of
craps was introduced here by the
diers passing through to Manila itias.
almost taken the place of Riissian war,
so popular along the wharves a couple
of years ago.
A fTD oiTTi?riT1,iAb?;
The officers ltnade;a descent on one
tat found ther could -not escape unless
they took to the water. 3Iost of the
toys are new at the, wharfrat business, j
v3ctaBt2sw55t;. "" " vc.v.. w..w
as our home people can get the
very latest Paris and New York
i and only five .of-the lot had ihe
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auonanujiocKeu up. some.
considerable money, and nearly all of
tnem had a set of "bones. Among-the
lot were several old offender. Some of
the boys were new at the garrie having
strolled to the wharf, where! they werp
invited to play.
The gambling that Is so connnoh
along the water-front is carried on by
4?- hul, who havg a banker, : There are
soioweigffh InKhassbciatJon; nearly
early mlhe morning and keep them
going all day long. The winnings of
the day are divided equally among the
hui, and a percentage is put away "in
'casefotrquulC with the law. This sinking
fund iStfsed tVpay fines.; '
HOTEIi STIEET leaders in the
ring nave oeen up oerore Judge vu-
cox. and never have they gone to jail I
in default of money to pay their fines.
Mutual protection is the only tie that
keeps them honest Their winnings
are usually large, but on jSafurdays,
! when the doclc laborers ar6 paid off,"
' lliey rake in a large winning. .
Since the Japanese have pecpuie ,so
numerous off the wharves the gambling
has been on the increase, anfthe Japs
mny be seen participating in a21 the
noon-hour games. I ' ' '
Under the Hawaiian law ltjis,dinlcult
to convict a man of gambling, as the
prosecuting officer must prove that
something of value was wonjor lost by
the gamesters before they can be
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Yesterday' the crowd was in the Police
Court. Some of them were fined.
seme had their cases nolle possed and
scme were sent to jail for f rdm J.0 days
to one month
)warns.E. 0. Hall u. Son!
The latestxParis and New Y
ryItSfa.ved His Babyl
in halrarCssing at Miss Kill :an's par-
iuia nuitrueuu'i. , ;
A lamejshouideiis usually caused by
"theumaUsm ofithe, muscles, and ma
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fQirftnberlaittVPairiBalnu For sale by
alfxpealers ana druggists.
ifamrtii & Co, ,gineral agents,
"Myfbabrtwas terribly sick with the
diarrhbeawawere unable tffi cure him
wththe otdt;s assistance,! and; as a
lastirplort .4'ied Chamberlaih's Col-
TV HI he received
ic. Cholera Jsnd Diarrhoea Remedy,'
says Mr. of Wil lams, Or.
"I am happy to say it gave : mmediate
relief and a complete cure." For sale
by all dealers and druggists Benson,
Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian-
at tue otiicetor
fJJ CtcbntJr$bHc Works tiU 12
o clock noon of Monday, July rd, for
the construction of a jail at Pearl City.
Plans and speclficaUons at officer of
Superintendent of Public WqrksS,a"
The Superintendent of PublicjWork3
does not bind himself .to accept the
lowest or any- hid. ' 1 ;
. J. A. McCANdLe. .
Saperintendentof Publiq Works.
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All;, Road IS psrvisor,
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2EEWS OE THE (TOWN
S. D51iseiar '."Patients at Vf. -
plantation has slmflfe
"The coroner's inrr Jias returned at
xerdicr of secetfental drtrnnihs; Irt the
Mrt Barnes Kcill -and Cornnanv will
J Detective Kaapa iuj3'3oss raided present ''Captain- JbettarlMair" at the
' the wharTcs Satur aaakij roundfid np GPra this, erening'
1 V50 patrol .Wagons frill 'nf tftftTr ffh?Tf T " JAVirtrtt: "T5Mai ii TTam&ec Pa
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irats .-R-no iarest'tne Kicibtf xzii.' aiu
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nituuU the neigh
i 2 between ortanci AiaKea streets.
I.iB. Kerr has purchased the-Fair-child
Shoe Store and will continue the,
business. The addition of a haberdashery
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f tig game arid corn6rjr .24 -youthful has applied for a leave of absence fori
I players who made, a break to gzt away, ! the purpose, of making a irip t6 Hilo
Mr. 3Iatt 3IcCann. who may some
day be mayor of Lahaina, will this
afternoonleave for i.i&hqme in that,
place sailing by" the Clandine.
In Schumans Carriage7 jind Harness
I.epdsitorv. iTerchant Street." between
Fort arid Alakea Street3 is an immense 1
display of stylish and carriages
that excels anythihg in that
lines ever seen in this city.
C. B. Beynold goes'toMoloksi next
by the steamer "Lehna. He
v.ill probably be accompanied by the
Bishop of Panopolis. It is the understanding
that the Board of Health will
make an official visit to the Leper Settlement
sometime next month.
TIE HILO -HOUSE
W. H. SMITH, :
AJRCH. C. STEELjE,
NEWSY . .
Published Every : Saturday,
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Suboriptiox Local. : . .$2.50' per vear
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' This- publication "has 'the? largest ciri
culaf ion on of' Hawaii of any
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, and as an
Advertising Medium is SECOND TO
Hawaiian Opera tee
Tuesday, Evening, . ,
, IK; JAMES MILL
AISD COMPANYi, ... . .
Presentinpr Miss Marguerite
.daintiest of all comedysuccesses,
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Of the Royal Irish EusilierSfjivhich ran
300 nights at the Lyceum! Theatre,
New York -
Thursday, iunc 2S
Friday, June 29 t
. XAKY WINDEE,MEBE'S FAN.
Saturday, Juno 30
A PARISIAN ROMANCE.
Carriages may be ordered1 for Captain"
Lottarblair'foc 10:30 p. m.
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Clmijtal iXCxSrtataatt in tiit ahaan.icSl
anls aKne tomJ instrtiai; 30 ccolt jKni
and 50 omit jut line per nonli.
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SEWLY EurnUhM Bodins, FortSjrcetHoiise;
corner Vlnej'RiU One aaltable tor DcuiUt '' "
. TMi'O ulcelrXornUljeiirooraaclosJln. Inquire
atihlsorace. : "'
, 0rFICE31oUie new EUte buiiatag;., Hotel
stTBppJjfit Hart t Co.. Ltd. 1 . .-. .ujj
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craploymeavtaua jrobd Trages. Aitply at this
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IflM . taaBreEieatlof 34Lgsi Grace
In te fourth veil jasti Walker and Vetle A. Vetlesea of
Wailakn is anuoaoced.
r for Hn to-
3aj. 'He taices ium a shipment
, tca?atfceIateJaIsdeJ3irre. ; of Stew-as BicTcks for Lis branch
i store artfce Itunyeity.
i. Cox, who the men of the Police
ITJepartroeht instruction in boxinjr, was
matched to fight alocal.lxrrermSaa
- HOTES OF THE X30UBTS.
- Edward Honrhas resigned as District
Magistrate at Waialua owjnz to the
disability of Citizenship.
Tiras received yesterday morning
By Ckief Clerk Henry Smith. In his
t letter 3Ir. Hore states that although
disqualified he is ready to take any
necessary oath to properly qualify.
Mrr Ben Naukana is mentioned as a
probable successor of .Mr. Hore. The
appointment lies with the Governor.
Judge Stanley continued the
cation to havs "Slindora Berrr
ed guardian tf the minorchildren or.
.n. .i. jvjug io mat. inrruer: lesumony
could be- introduced this morning.
L. H. Dee was appointedj temporary
administrator of the estate of J. C.
Biordan, deceased, Mr. Deb's bond is
placed at $1,5X, T.McCants. Stewart
attorney for petitioner.
' J.M.Silvn received Lis 'discbanre in
bankruptcy nnd the' matter" of the
estates of John Gomes wits deferred
until moved upon. . ' '
New Church.' .
The Bight Beverend Gulstaii, Bishop
oPanopolis,will leave to-day for
when he will dedicate a church for
the lepers- The subscriptions for building
the edifice were obtained largely in
Europe. Father Wendelin; of
has labored assiduously for the
building of this Church.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE OAHU ICE
& ELECTBIG CO.
Have .everything.In readiness
and are prepared to
serve their; customers with
ICE map lifactured from pure
sian wells. "- '
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Telephone '3151," Blue ,
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Biwai A Tale of Ancient Haw:ui,
. ' By Edmund P. Dole
Thfe iVlabaster !Box, Sir.Walter Besant
The Cambric Mask, R. W. Chambers
From Cape.Town to Ladysmith,
Three "Men on Wheels, Jerome' .4,
Yengeance is iline, A. Balfour I ',
A Ten gears' War, Jacob A Riia -
Autobiography of a 'Quack;
. S.VfcM Slitchell
Biography of a'CJrizzlyt ',.
Wild Animals I Have Known,
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To Havo"'and to Hold: Johnston,'
,iis jorasnip ojeoparaDw ens
"Vrjia Crusis, P.-Marion Crawford
Richard Carvel, ChUrchiU1 -
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THE rC0PL5' fROYmERS
THIS STORE GETS RIGHT DOWN TO TlGKS
JT DROPS FRILLS AKD IT KEEPS GROWING
INTO A BTGGER BUSINESS, BECAUSE IT
SAYES MONEY FOR ITS PATRONS 2
You can Buy from us
A Single Yard or Article
- .At Less than Wholesale Price
WHILE OUR ASSORTMENTS OF NOVELTIES
-a"; Si -- wi. ao-. - g !"' m.
M i ANJ3STAPEES ARE ilHR TfARORST TO rr
ONTHE ISlW'BS"" k
We liave placed on sale the most representative
qht desert Sonus
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ever offered lnHonoluiTi, ranging in price from
PER, OOZEN YARDS
Jt will pay you to buy them Now, as this lot camq in under
the old tariff, and are worth to-day 35 per cent more
than they were previously,
We are also showing a choice lot of
vQIWQHiSnj' 2 WSi QOQE&
in an the Newest Designs and Colorings. .You cannot afford
to miss seeing them; they are something
a s: 5icHbRYQbbDs co ltd.
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