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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. TUESDAY, AT C.TTST r, ,8(
ett War In A'tVrtnCC, -I'ei
Month In UflMi - '
HoiHun, MT Wnr In A Ivnnoi'. W.
Hnle inr tMHMI itrnl NRIllM adVSJftUIng
ran tie obtnlne.t at tlio IsjMloaMoa Office.
SfOavSI LANTtlOn Kltrorttie
iiicntu MM I' itelivi-riHl nt UN RobIMM
Mite- bvflbrt II m.
AUGUST 7, l MM.
Information for Intending Voters.
Kihst In order to vote at the Doming
flection, it is necessary to he KgUtaNd.
BauuMi Wo petson can - ngtMartd
Bxctpt by applying in person ton it r i
THIRD In or.h r to he entitled to re
(tnttton, n person must
1 Have heen born in the Hawaiimi
'.'Have bai n nalimralized therein. 01
It Have obtained a eeititicate of Blip
port to the I iovernnient as provided for
in Article 17 of the i lonatitution.
f O I It l II III, DUHH " I i f,."
voter, and examining applicants for
. r- i.. .,,i.,.i.,
nantrlcaWa matt at the mime times aim
place which win lo.in.i ou.ji
... , i.
At the special request of several
teacher and other an Examination fot
Primary tirade CertiBnacM will he hold
:it the Fort Street School on Monday.
Scptenibei :! ami Tuesday. September I
oommmeing at it h. m.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON.
Inspi ctor-Ueneral of School.
Honolulu. August 4. ISM,
BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
The H.iaid of I'.xaminers of applicants
for special tight of citizenship under
Article 17 of the constitution will hold
their Brit meeting on Friday. .Inly HO,
tstt-l. in the Judiciary Building in tin
room adjoining the Constitutional Con
Morning aMalon ! o'clock to 10t80
o'clock. Afternoon session i o'clock to
I'. I. CUTTER,
The board appointed for the registra
tion of voters on the Island of OaflU will
lie in attendance at the old Legiflstlvi
Hall, in the Judiciary Building, in Hono
lulu, from '. to 10i80 a. m, and from I to
6 p. m., on Friday. .Inly 30th, 1894, and
every weekday thereafter until furthei
( I, T. RODGER8,
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents above Judd street
are requested to collect w hat water thet
may reipiire for household purposes be
fore S o'clock n. in.
Supt. Honolulu Water Work.
Honolulu, H, I., July 80, 1894.
Holders of water privilege, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purpose!.
are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 8 to l'
o'clock p. tn.
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Approved: J. A. KINti.
Minister of the Interior.
OfHee Honolulu Water Works.
Hon ilulu, Maya"). 1894.
Fiftv natives ready to take the
oath have alaeady made applica
tion to serve as jurors. This fact
knocks the political wind out ol
that little scheme of thi Royalists,
foreign and native, to delay the
course of justice.
AFTXX reading the new Consti
tution of the Republic of Hawaii,
Senator Morgan said to an official
in Washington that he had read il
carefully and with a deep interest;
thru he was vcrv much vileased
with it and considered it a very able
I'iik Hawaiian Star.
WUIlLISlU.D V. APtKKNOON
HV IHE HAWAIIAN Bl'AK NBWsPA-
PUR ASSOCIATION, Ltd.
VKTHIR lOatOTTOHBi - unto
Thk Government should not lies-1 foreigners should not be compelled
itate between a home and foreign to submit their differences to a jury
corporation in the matter of grant- j of natives, at that time, less intelli
iug a franchise for an electric rail- gent than themselves: but the
way. Honolulu is already ridden necessity for this arrangement has
by a foreign corporation of the long since ceased to exist, and for
worst possible kind, which is mak- j many years the flagrant evils of the
ing the public suffer in order to pay ; jury system have been repeakdly
dividends in London on watered displayed by misconduct and pre
stock. Give the home corporation 1 judice on the part of foreign juries
the preference every time; but be , as well as the native.
sure to limit the irancuise so that
the public can be protected, if it
should be necessary ns in the case
of the present tramways company.
JULIUS, JR. ' ma(le for a change by the LtKisla-
That silly Royalist, Julius A. ture at any time. We urge that
Palmer, Jr., who lately visited Ha-i the time has now come, for the I
wa:i for the purpose of writing Legislature of the Republic to.
dowu the Americans and writing make the change. A fair opportu
up the anti-Amt-riians and Royal-1 nity has been extended to tin. Kl
ists, is now undergoing the throes ! waiiau to continue deciding his
of explaining why his mission
Mr. JutluiA Paltrer, Jr., "Lata
Hawaiian Cot respondent BoatOI
Trans, lift" (sic) tOOll pains upon
his arrival to inform the K"'l
people of Honolulu, both privately
and publicly, that he was a great '
man; in the same connection he
spit the information into the ears of 1
his Royalist friends that he would
straighten matters out and, upon j
his return, would inform the Ameri-
can people what a mean set the
Hawaiian Americans were and
what glorious fellows were the!
It is needless to say the general
opinion now is that Mr. Julius A.
Palmer. 1.. "I.ate Hawaiian Cor. :
respondent BottOtl Transcript" (sic'.
deliberately deceived the public as
to his calibre excuse the Creek
idiom1, and as shamefully misled
his Royalist friends, dusky maidens
and all. as to the extent of his influ
ence in the United States. Alas,
poor Julius ! The Americans of
Hawaii sized him up the minute
he opened his mouth to speak wis
dom, but instead emitted the char
acteristic Royalist bray, which
momentarily startled Hawaiians,
and broke into an ear-piercing fal
setto of eager explanations almost
as soon as nuns. r.. reacueu uiira-
American Huston and had ingested
a i)late of baked beans.
The complete and irretrievable
failure of the mission of Mr. Julius
A. Fainter. Jr., "Late Hawaiian
Correspondent BOBtOB Trans, rift "
(tic), has caused that great journal
ist, like the average Royalist scribe,
to further emphasize his stupidity
by explaining his failure to be due
to the glamour cast over the Ameri
can people by the wicked machina
tions of the correspondents of the
I'nited and Associated l'ress located
Verily, Julius, Jr., thou art a
chump without compare! Go
! to, naughty one; wouldst still in
sist thou art a great man. when
thou fitidst it necessary to establish
the claim by alleging two simple
Honolulu correspondents have suc
cessfully deceived both the people
and Senate of the I'nited States?
The very doubtful compliment this
great Royalist Julius pays Senate
and people should be requited by
permitting the "Late Hawaiian
Correspondent lloston Transcript"
(sic1, the honor of being kicked in
the lobby by one of the pages of
THE JURY SYSTEM.
The statute and practice with re-
eanl to juries, which has prevailed
for so many years, is out of date.
The system was inaugurated
nearly fifty years ago and incor
porated into the Civil Code in 1859,
providing that in causes in which 1
one party was a native Hawaiian j
.,,,,1 t,o . ,,1,,. e . M..,.r fntiu nr
naturalized), the jury should be !
composed of an equal number of
natives and foreigners, and that all
native Hawaiians should be tried
by a jury composed entire
natives and all naturalized foreign-
ers by a jury composed entirely of
The practice which has devel
oped under this act has not drawn
the line between Hawaiians by
birth, which would include white
Hawaiians, and naturalised for
eigners, but has drawn the line at
aboriginal blood, so that any per
son with any Hawaiian blood hat
been available on a Hawaii in jury
and any person of white blood,
whether of Hawaiian birth or not,
has been available to serve on a
oreign jury, and these have been
respectively considered entitled to
trial by these juries. Difficulties
for consideration, with regard to cor
porations, have sometimes ari.ser,
Ittt have never been pressed upon
It is easy to understand how,
during the for. native period ol" the
Government, it was good policy to
make an arrangement of this kind.
the timid Hawaiian peo-
pie should learn to appreciate
judicial forms, and that suspicions
11 was imped Dy many
new Constitution would!
abolish this old system, and there
was disappointment that this was
not done, althouuh provision was
own cases, and evidently the privi
K'k'c is not appreciated or regarded
at of tuBciattt value to make its
continuation wise or exp"dliut.
All that is icipiired for the pu
lse is a brief act repealing certain
sections ot' the Civil Code and MUM
amendments thereto, and provid
nig for a panel to be taken from
the registry of voters of enough
names to ensure an impartial jury
for every cause on the calendar And
a calendar which shall contain the
cases in the order in which they
appear in the Clerk's office,
Aside front the removal of many
of the evils under the present sys-
tern, few outside of those actually
engaged in court work can realize
how vastly this change would ex-
pedite the disposition of cases dur
log the term, and BOW much more
It would, of course, have been a
satisfaction to leave this matter for
the consideration of the first regu
larly elected session of the Legisla
ture, but a matter which has been
so long a mischief and which the
intelligent portion of the commu
nity has for many years insisted
should be reformed, does not need
to wait, and the more promptly it
receives attention the better for all
concerned. Half a century has
neetl tune enougn
the error and evil of a scheme so
t , ,, ; - i il t.
Pa'P"' ' mogicat. j ustiix wia
more completely guaranteed dv
letting twelve good men and true
1 of whatever race or color consider
the facts in every case brought le
fore the courts.
. . - . j i
ThK question the supporters of
the Republic are now asking each
other is, if the policy of concilia
tion held out to Royalists has not
been as great a mistake as it is a
I n I he Year.
We have now ready a
catchy and novel line of
Souvenirs that are sure to
be price winners.
The issue of
will soon be a thing of
the past, the few remaining in col
lections will steadily grow in value.
To preserve a number in a useful
wav, we conceived the idea of con-
vcrtine them into
articles of jewel-
ry, and tile lirsl lot ot
just finished, convinces us that pos
sibilities in that line are great.
They are without a doubt
thing we have
made for some time, and are
already selling at a lively rate.
Wo will eoou have u variety of arti
cles readv, cuclohinir inanv of the host
and most valuable stamps; and tlcit the
ileiioinil will lie LTe:it. eoes witholll anv.
wg. The price will he ho low everyone
ill wunt something 111 tiie lot. Look
111 our upper window, when passing,
and note the pretty display.
H. F. WlCHMAN,
333U FORT STREET.
JU. A. A. miKaina
For the Good of Others
Rev. Mr. Wtlllama Heartily ZTn
dornva Hood's Snrnapa rllla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, M.iss. :
I see no reason why a clergyman, more than
a layman, who knows whertiu he sneaJcs
should hesitate to approve an
Article of Merit
and worth, from whlrh he or his family hare
been sljiiially beoeflted. and whoso cuiinii-'iida-tion
may serve lo extend tlm-.e benefit! lo
others by Increasing their confidence. My wife
has tor many ye.u s betm a suffers! from nevero
for which slio found Utile help. She has tried
Lasi a filsnd Kive
tli.at DritmlHtMl we iiit ni-r.
tie of II 00a
Sni'-nnanllii. ft sccnn sunnis-
ii.tr wliut sltiinlv (no Uittle nuild mitt did dn
for her. The at laeun of heailaebr decreased In
number nud were Jess violf nt In their Inten
sity, while her r ' : tl health bat been Im
proved. )lcr appetite has uKo been better,
t-'rom our expenones with
Z hare no hesitation tn eodursni lu merlu."
A. A. Williams.
H OOP'S PtLLS ' t tmllj cathtvrtl
Mile uul ffui'iii-ii. Xrj i. lox. Pzlve 5o
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
.STKAM KnuINKH, HtOAH Mli.l.rt Iloit.lUtH,
Coolkkh, Ikon, Bhaks ami Lead
Machinery of Kvry Desorlption Made
t)rder. Perttoular ottonUsA paid to Bhini
Ml.f'kndlhiitsr. Job work Hxet'uUMl at Hhort
jvjBia m nf
ok, fpi.it '-h::tnut&
To a VrO una ll.cro Is no mere UTVlBtaj'
(wtlitp nhjeol than a man In l ltn
iwHH'tnaly Blue. Tlt-Btta
Countryman h dentint.) I wouMn't
pa) hoMlltl extra fur gas. .lest yank hrr
BUI II it does hurt DentNl You are
pi ii v y . sir. Let me en the tooth, Oeufi
tryman 0b, 'taln't me that'l got Ihe j
toothache) It'imywlfn. she'll Im here In I
a niln Wiiterhnr.v.
1' ettoM for hanging a hammock arc
bring printed in many paper now, but
Important direction la omitted, When
there Is n pretty girl In the family, flu
usually want the namnock hungtti Mine
rrludod nook behind the vine whir.
tl. ii, I dili.ir cannot, see Somervllle
li is never a proper thing to correct nn
Other In pnlillet It may give the person
tortreted opportnnlty to answer in public
a good many of th fellow off for En
rope are not only good sailors, hut lira
Olaa .-kippers Alt Iclsim Sun.
' lie iimn.'' said I'nele Bben, "dat bilk
ter hyah nltse'f talk dean niius nek
Men', hut he kin hah mod fun on bra
mpltal dim anybody elie on enff." Wath
Wli.it would you want first If yon bad
groat hlg fortune?11 Greedley AMggei
one. Chteairo Inter Ocean,
'Beg pardon," said the mlealon),
Man win you trail -hue his tunjesty s re
marks again! Hid ho tell his daughte r
that he w is to have gucsis to dinner or
for dinner?' Indianapolis journal.
'I lupous Grasper will-never marry
unlcs he's sure lie s getting the (lower of
the flock?" Urcat Scott, no! It's the dust
of the family he s after!" ChtoagO Inter
A hoy never s-nv all of a circus. Ho
firmly believe that only half of It Isthere,
the half I hut Is nn the hills being tu some
other town. Atohleon ;iois'.
The New- Cook--Ah I this Is a splen
did kilchcii Why. there' room bore for
a whole regiment! Nya I'rUM
Bicycle Toacher Now, all yen need Is
oonfldonoo, doa'l you sis The student of
the W'he.l till, yes I tumble. l'lula-
dolphla Iti c , rd.
tiOOk out lor the young woman who
! frankly declares that she is hound to die
an old maid. Before you are aw are of it
I she will he wearing your name, together
i wlih a broad gold ring on the third fltigef
of her left hand. Boston Tranaoript,
"Have you henid the -ycur- ll i lerroaa
boy vollnlst?" "Obo. Twelve year
In Berlin I'.' Tit-Bit.
A Mfpeutlno danoer in a London music
hull twirl around with so much rapidity
that the olocks In la r stockings gel all
wound up. King's Jester.
As with other, tl hum of Industry"
also means work with the Jersey mos
quito. Philadelphia Tillies.
'Her heart is as hard as glass. 1 can't
make any impression on it." 'Have yoO
tried a diamond?" Kate Field' Wash
ington. The weather Is undoubtedly seasonable,
hut the seasoning is a Hole high Wash-
ri7thina b Da.
Diets Dasher of tho Plttaburg Olapatdb I
has a oontumptlble opinion of Woatorn
whisky and gives rensou for his eve
It was ut i. .(:.;, that n tcmlcifooi
! oome in and asked for n whisky. He waj
paed a bottle mid a uluss. Then, tobla
surprise, the bartender l''ai'cd a puial
' whisk broom by tho side of the bottle
j Of course bo WAS puz.lcd, hut he p Hired
out his drink and drank li slowly, unwill
ing t. profess Ignorance in the waysof
ihe wild wosti and thluktnat thai una
person might come to his rescue. Tho I
diMir opened, and hp saw Ihe man who
I saved him. A big. hurly fellow, briltling
with revolvers and howic knives, stepped
In the door, and going up to the bar or-1
1 dered whisky in a voice that seemed to
OOme from somewhere helow the cellar. A j
bottle end a 'dass wi re passed to hint, and, j
as before, a whisk broom was added io the I
layout. The tenderfoot watched the man j
j carefully. Me poun d out n Kmd sized
glaasfult then, after gulping n down, 1
quietly picked up ihe whisk hrooni, and i
uoiiiLT over 1 0 a corner of the room hrushed !
away Ihe sand from a portion of the Boor.
He I hen lay down and had 11 tit. Troy
She was very sweet.
Insinuating her arms about tho old
man neck, she kissed him on top of his
' 'Papa, " she eoocd.
'My pet." be rejoined guardedly.
Bhe nestled closer to his stalwart form.
"l'upa,"shc whispered, and her voice
was like the sound of the summer wind.
"I saw the love of a bonnet today thai
was only S7.V
He stargellsi to his feet.
'Never!" ho exclaimed. '"This looks
like ft sympathetic strike, and I won't tol
erate it a minute " Detroit Tribune
V..11 .oem 11. tr 1 ' m ,,1,1 tn.HI
V.-.. I've jiit won a bet from my
uPoob she won't pay it."
' Yes. she will. I bother three night
oiT m-xt mouth against 11 down orang
spoona " Life.
A well known attorooy in this city h;i
a brtgbt chrk He Is mi hrlMlnnt Unit
some day be'11 be lawyer, one iiy tin
Attorney entered tho offloe, and the elerli
.Mr. H was nets tu retain vatL '
ihit he say he would oome aMlttr"
"ti, inn 1 took tne n italnsv. "
Jh-tniit boy) w ictt was tin' nttalnerF1
' Fitly tlullar., sir,"
"Fifty doUatol My nialner fee, yofj
j kiiuw, Is it hundred. Ynti luivc been very
' iiiininftsMjIonsI "
1 itut he said W0 was nil no bad.11
'Hum! And you took it' Q II Wry
i pioffsisi imiiI. my boyi very pftrfpsilonall
i Detroit free Prosa
Sin: came anil Stood ln'r.iilr his chair.
' l'upn, " her r'vin t folos (altered, ' he
has Band RM to To hitt wife."
The old man staftod
The trirlish head dfTWWfdi
'V' want tu bt nmrrhsl nt once !
''.My child," 1m cxclalincd, "it is riut
in my heart to Stand in the way "I ymir
hnppinchrt. 'IVIl y-iiur ma to lay ut my
dfOOS Milt while 1 raise a minister hy lelo-
phona " Detroit Tribuna
In tht' AtUHisplu re.
"And father hnti furhiddeii
bouojf'' she bald.
'Ves,"hc replied. "ThU hi
tUnO I can hwj you. 11
'Harold! Vou must jr "d no' him."
''It's BO Use. The last time I met him
lie made it clear thai he had decided on u
lockout and Wouldn't arbitrate." Wash
Kot withstanding the mnoa talked of
Four Hundred limitation of toeloty DOS'
i k - in i lii- city, BOystho New Vorli TiraOO
the overage fsahiontiblo vtsitinu lilt counts
oloss upon B, , mid the esoeptional,
which is hImo h f i.i.io hi. i.n.. mil, n m
j tuul uf umrer A.uuo.
In reply to vurs ot
joth nit. wc would any that we
nave nil the good, jrdu ask lor.
In most ol l be tasis the prices
vou quote .tic our regular prices,
bill on some ol the items our
prices are lower than you men
tion, and wc shall ot course give
you the benefit ol the reduced
Razors and Strops j
We are glad vou have decided I
to try Otll new "set blade" razors, j
ntul patent swirtj; strops, as In
the country ever man has to do
his own shaving and ns shaving
becomes a pleasure with these
"tools" W( know you will have a
large d.'nmnd lor them. In re
gard to Lawn Sprinklers
we will say thai wc have sent, a
very simple one, which cannot
wear out or gel out ol order, the
price von sec is low, and they
will do orood work.
Pocket Knives We send
what VOU onicr in tins line
and will SBV thai we have lately
received a line assortment so can
lurnish anything in this line from
15 cents to S4.00 each. Yes, wc
have tin Clauss Knives,
have sold them lor a year, either
in sets or single bread knives.
Our Stock o I Butcher and
; Huntinj K nives is also com
Soap As you 'lid not say
how many bars yi m wished lo the
100 lbs., wc arc sending one case
each .2 50 60 and 70 bars to
100 lbs. we carry a heavy stock
ot this article and, as yon will
notice, it is a first grade Laun
dry Soap, and wc have put it in
at a very low li);ure.
We rco let thai vou jo( "nip
perl" i m 1 hal ' bargain" in
Fence Wire and note that
in I tit lire- you will come to us
'and get a first class article. Wc
thought when you told us of your
"buy' that before it had been up
long you would sec vou had a1
Inclosing let us say that we
have a large and varied stock
,.l Uardurarn l,i,, OiaHftWii
Paints oils, and leather, and
when filling; your orders will
always charge the
tu i s
E. 0. Hall & Son,
We have An idea that there in
considerable artist i' taste lying
ttormant in our midht, which only
requires bringing; out
l ' irtod some
in view we have Idi
vt-n inatruouve Uttlf
mi a K r. suoh bh ,
The Ait of Sketching from Nature,
T he Art of Landscape Painting in Water Colois,
ftp h flf fbw hkW
. System of Water Color Painting,
Marine Painting in Oils,
anil many othofl Oil ditrerent
topics), There is nn better du-
cator than a close study f nn
turoi and In order to enable the
beginner ii start in tli" rihtdi
iction in liis efforts to repro
duoe what he with in nature.
we mifst a perusal f these
little treatise. . . .
Luttdy occupied hy
Mr. A. J. Cartwright,
Situated on Corner ot' Lunalila and
Keeauiiiokii Streets, Makiki.
For further particulars apply
In k.-.l 'HI till' Hi K. (
llAKI-.'S A.h. ill -in,'
A , 1 1 . v . M ni . I U'l .Mt ri lililit'h Kxrliuuui-. ..I,
KrMUclbCO, I '1.1. , ulitre toutrtw-lM for wlver.
llhlUb' I HIl tlf lllAltf furit. It
Honolulu August ,
CASTLE & COOKE,
PA I NTS,
The rainy season will soon set
in and then PAINTING will be
out ol the question to-day il is;
one to be considered.
John Masury A Son's colors
arc without equal they last
longer antl look better.
We have their regular line,;
also their READY MIXED
LIQUID HOUSE COLORS
and GRANITE ELOOR
PA I NTS. Any one can use these
goods as they require no prepa
ration whateverall that is ncccs
asry is to buy a STEP LADDER.
Wc have them all sizes and prices
and a BRUSH, then you can do
the work yourself.
Touch up that carriage you
can doit just as well yourself if
vou use NEAL'S ' READY
MIXED CARRIAGE PAINTS.
VARNISH is another thing,
wc carry the best BRANDS
known. It is economy to buy
the BEST, for they have stood
the test ol years.
Call and gel one of the Tram
way Time Tables, they are a
useful thing and are presented
with our compliments.
CASTLE ei COOKE.
Depsit I Investment
on (rood real estate security. Also two
very desirable H0U8K8 FOB BALE
Upon easy terms.
Apply for particular
Till'. HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
AND INVESTMENT SO.
408 Fort Sthef.t, Honolulu.
is a waste of wind. The public
don't want it; they won't believe
you. It is not what we, but what
others say, that tells the story.
A prominent physician writes:
"I have fuuinl your ilruK" of aOUl
Pxoollenoa with tho supplied by oilier
I loiioliilu flriiiB."
Prom a country merchant:
"Your JmmIos linK;r is excellent.
It is the lient I have had here. You
limy expect my future orders."
These are voluntary testimonials.
They speak for themselves; we can
give you many others. We expect
to do business right in Honolulu
for twenty-five years. We expect
lo have most of the drug business,
too, as our increased sales clearly
show that the public are sensible of
the presence of a live, cut-rate
Our later announcements will be
, NEWMAN & CO,,
Old Kona Coiiee
VOI SALK AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores,
Wnolesale s Ketail Uutcheis
J. WALLER. Manager.
II.HACKFKLl) & CO.
I I I'm ill Mill
HONOLULU. H I
Fort Street. - Opposite Wilder 6Y Co.
H. J. NOLTK, Prop'r.
First-Clans Lunches served w ith ra , Coffee
8odn Wntei (linger Ale 01 .Milk.
IVSmnkers' Requisites n Specialty
PACIFIC BAIIlf CO. LTD.
402. 404 FORT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Of the Latest Patterns.
For Canaries and Parrots a Large Assortment
For All Kinds of Machinery. Feed oil of
any density, automatically, by visible drops, rapidly
or slowly as may be required, Will leed from one
drop in ten minutes to a steady stream of oil. Oiling
by hand wastes enough oil to pay for all necessary
oilers in a short time.
J. J. EGAN,
DRY GOODS & MILLINERY.
J. J. Egan, 514 Fort street, will com
mence a Grand Clearance Sale Monday,
July 23, for a few weeks only. It will
pay you to call and examine prices dur
ing the sale, as goods will go at prices
that will suit the public.
Remember this well-selected stock
will be sold cheap, the greatest bargains
ever offered to the public of Honolulu.
7 (lXffslS m
Lubin's Rsce Powder
at &Oc a box, former, price 81.25. No
chroinos, hut double value for your money
Headquarters for Fine Goods at lowest prices.
H0LLISTER DRUG CO.
Cheap and Doubtful
Pure and Reliable
DRUGS, MEDICINES &
OUR SODA WATER LEADS.
BENSON, SMITH & CO S.
503 FORT STREET,
is prepared to manufacture s&ythleg
in iis line.
Souvenir Spoons a Specialty.
Also on hand a Fine Stock of
Imported Jewelry everything
in the luteal designs
p. o. Itox. M
BW, Fort street.
Island Oitnwts Promptly
E. A. JACOBSON
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
Udth Telephones a
P. O. Pox 470
As the ladies of
this city have
shown such a
ciation of our ex
tremely low pri
ces on Soap and
fi Camellire, we
now add another
article of real
merit to the list.
This is the genu
ine 588 PORT STREET.