She rfioloimw $akndar.
Fr'&tj Near Moon,
3 4 First QnartiET,
16 11 I PcH Jlooa,.
12 13 l4'.!?'.!fi.!.?I:i5.It 0t
-.!.?!o,i.gjl;g ' s.
2C7J 23 j 29 30 I SI 1 j AoB- &
FOKHICV . JIAXL. SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrve
fre San Fnmcifoo d other foreign
)HKt, en ar stoat the following dates,
till Uio ofose trf 1S1.
dos at hoxolclo
Pm. Sax Fraciscd
OR. VaJJCOCYE St.
MR SiC FkAJXKOO.
Anfttralbi. . .
..JnM 23? Australia..
.. July ljHarirfosa..
.Ang. IS Australia..,
..Aug. 23 A raw a
.Sept. 15 Australia...
.Sopt. 22 Warritnoo..
. . Oct. 3 Mariposa. .
..Oct. 10 Australia..
,. Oct. IS Arawa
.. Nor. l'Monowai
.Nov. 15 Alarawin...
..Dec. 1 Warrimoo.
. .Dec. S Australia..
,.Dec ISjMoriposa . .
. .Doe. 30l.Vrawa
. . . July 5
. .July 23
. Aug. 30
.. .Oct. 6
.. Oct. 23
.. Nov. 29
. .Nov. 23
VESSELS IX POUT.
II 1 M S Oliaaipwn, Hooka, Vancouver.
Bk AJbort, GrifHtks, San Franciseo.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, San Fran.
Gr lik Senta, Tietaann, Liverpool.
SohrW STalbot.niabnai.Newoastle NSW.
OSS Australia, Houdlette. S F
Bk It V Hither, Morrison. S F.
Kk Alejmntlra, Barfield, Newcastle, N S "VV.
Am bk Klikitnt, Cutler, Fort Townsencl.
Am bk Amy Turner, "WnrlautLNcw York.
roKEin. visei- EXi'Ecrr.n.
Ah bk W S Phelps. . . .Gray's liar. . . .Duo
Sebr Allon A S F (Mab) due
Sobrllobert Lewere. .. Gmy'IlVr Due
Br ship Ormaru Newcastle. . . .Aug. 20
Sobr&idio S F (Kah)....Aug. 20
O .V. O S S Belgic Yokohama.. Aug. 21
Bk O D Bryant S F Aug. 22
H M S S Mariposa.... Sydney Aug. 23
Bk G N Wiloox....Middlc8borougb.Aug25
O A S S Arawa Yanoouvcr. . . Aug. 24
OSS Alameda S F Aug. 30
0 A 8 S Warrimoo. ...Sydney Aug. SO
V M S S China San Faan . . ..Sept. 3
BktncJohn Smith.. ..Newcastle.. Sept. 4
Ger bk Paul Isonbsrb . .Bremen Nov. 1
Bark Boutenbeck Liverpool.. .Nov. 23
tfho W. G. Hall arrived this
3 oseph Hoanopolo lias an ad-
rainistrator!s notice in this issue.
Tho kito-living season is al
most ended. Telephone line
men aro correspondingly ploased.
Tho McGrow divorce case will
bo heard tomorrow before Judgo
-Thoro was a firo in tho forests
on tho westerly sido of Kuuanu
pali, last night.
Tho Board of Health claim that
tho Wilder S. S. Co. is charging
thorn too much for freight.
Those obuoxious vines still
hang over tho wall of the Bishop
residence on Emma stroot.
Tho water in tho Nuuanu
streamlet has at last become
stagnant, iu many places.
Tho case of J. Coulter, tho
allegod highway robbor has been
conlxnuod till Monday in the
L J.Lovoy deld a large cash sale
atihis auction rooms this morning.
A large number of buyers wero
present aud bids were lively.
The creditors of Marcus B.
Colburu will mpot tomorrow
afternoon at 1:30 p. in. at tho
Ghamber of Commerce.
Tho momljors of tho Amateur
Athletic Club had football prac
tice last ovenihg and showed
much good work.
J. E. Gomez tho jeweller, has
obtained s verdict, from a jury oL
$500 damages, in his libel suit
against tho 'Tiscr.
"Diana Lodge" is the spalla
tion which Major "Woltrs has
givea to his handsome residence
; ,Tiw band eoeert at Makt
Mia4Ut araaittg, ifa wdV aK
Viwl aa tlt Tariow abr
Mibi j! -mm mii jm-.
Mr. S. AL Daraoa stated yes
ierday in the GoanciU, that
"they were drifting too rapidly
toward oligarchy rule," and then
The Councils met yesterday
afternoon and decided that more
money of the people, who bear
taxation without representation,
should be spent.
Tho sinking of tho artesian
well at the Hospital grounds is
progressing rapidly. Mr. Mc
Candless reports having reached
a depth of 250 feet already.
It is believed that one of the
accomplices in the Pali robbery,
if turned up in the dock would
bo easily recognized by Detec
tive Larsen as nn old acquain
tance. Mrs. M. M. Thirds, the lady
exponent of Theosophy, will give
a lecture this evening in Theoso
phy hall, corner Nuuanu and
Mariuo streets, at 7:30 o'clock.
Charlos Hammer, a well known
resident, has been arrested on a
charge of malicious mischief t. e.
tho poisoning of a valuable dog
belonging to C. Bergersou, tho
We will all be there. "Where ?
"Why, at tho Scheutzon Club
Masquerade Ball, Monda', Sept
ember 3, 1S91, Everybody is
Aro you ?
Oue of tho not twin Quinns is
going to the coast. This one is
James O, a retired politician, and
tho wish is expressed by his
man friends that he. may have
a safo passago both ways.
Hongkong opium is now quot
ed at $20 per lb and common
opium at 11 per lb, said quota
tions indicating that this cit'
and tho other islands, is more
than supplied with the dope!
Dr. Herbert one of the pro
minent phTsicians of Honolulu
stated yesterday, to tho members
of tho Board of Hoalth, that," tho
virus lately imported was not
good and efforts at vaccination
wero not successful."
0- If Youk House oh Doq
is sick send them at onco to 205
King Street. Tho only Veter
inary Infirmary in tho Bepublic
fully equipped with modern ap
plinrcos and skillfull attendants.
Col. Jim Sherwood hold a re
coption at Long Branch last
evening, aud a plothora of guests
was prosont. Tho servipes aro to
bo continued, this oyeuing and all
day tomorrow. Tho Colonel
feeds the huugry and clothed tho
AmyBoe, a daughter of "Wil
liam Boo an employee of tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works fell down ono
of tho slopes of Punchbowl Hill,
and besides other injuries she
broko tho right foroarm.Dr. Coo
per was called and attended the
injured girl and she is now doing
as well as can bo expected.
A farewell reception was given
at tho Lyceum last evening to tho
Bev. Yamasito who loaves by tho
steamer Australia, for San Fran
cisco. Miss Currie Castle and
Mrs. Olarenco Crabbo had the
superintendence of the pleasur
able affair and tho occasion was
made a most Happy ono for tho
"Jim" Quinn, the popular-livery-stablo
man, who leaves to
morrow for tho Coast, where ho
will enjoy a two-months vacation
has been in "harness" for eight
years without missing a single
day's work, A pretty good
record in this climate 1 Manuel
Beis will attend to his business
during his absence.
Thoyoung Uawaiians Institute
is progressing well towards per
manent organization. Aid and
assistance is being given by
Messrs P. 0. Joaes, W. O. Smith
"W. B. Castle. and others-ami the.
BMMsbars tiutsHmlvfte are, at prs-'
MHkt, fall df:MyHMHi, Jfet
ijpCar kia i&'il li M. o. X
HU uvA a yUooww ofWrad lo
jail jOBB Haywrkiiii yfad ktr
A LOYAL MULE.
It is pleasing to record some
exhibition of loyalty towards the
mighty self-elected president of
the alleged republic of Hawaii.
None of his two-legged "sub
jects" seem lo be willing to honor
and cherish him except they
draw a government, salary, and
the ungrateful Hawaiians who do
not seem to appreciate the pat
riotism and unselfishness of
are sharply rebuked by a loyal
mule pulling one of Smith's
busses, which goes down on its
knees every time that it passes
the presidential mansion on
(Whoa!) Emma street.
Can't See It.
The case against Arthur White,
was again called in the Circuit
Couit this morning, but it was
shown that the defendant is still
unable to appear in Court, and is
prudently becoming less able,
from day to day. When Dr.
Brodie was examined, a few days
ago as to defendant's condition,
he testified that White's e3resight
was seriously affected. It is
understood that the feature of
Mr. White's ailment has now be
come so serious that he is unable
to see the justice of his prosecu
tion, while his companion in
A box full of Opium. Two
custom-guards, full of vigilance.
A disappearance of dope full of
nryslory. The days of miracles have
not ceased. And Mr. smiled.
Washington, July 30. Owing
to the delay of John D. Kernon
in reaching Washington, the
meeting of the commission to in
vestigate the cause of the recent
railroad strike did not take place
today. The commission will con
vene at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
ALL CREDITORS MARCUS R. COL
burn are speccially requested to be pre
sent at the Chamber bf Commerce Rooms,
on SATURDAY, Aug. ISth, at 1:30 o'clock
p.m. Business of pre eminent" importance.
aug. 17 It dly.
Woven :-: Wire
Now, for the first time manufac
tured right here in Honolulu. By
the only man outside of the United
Kingdom, who uses WIRE, which
will not RUST; he having secured
exclusive rights to use the same.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUS
TRY is a hackneyed phrase. But if you
want to buiid up a Nation, indus
tries must he fostered. Keep your
money in your own islands, and
Non-Corrosive Solid Comfort
made in Honolulu,, which will not
SAG or.RUST, or.
A Perfection Cot,
ChUd'4 Crib, Verandah Chair,
Lounge, Three-Quarters Single and
Full Sire, Folding Wire Beds.
ARTICLES suitable to your
climate; PRICES suitable to the
tines, as you find them. For
Best BED in tlie
I recommend the HARTFORD
WEAVE SPRING BED, Treble
Wire all through,
WOVEN as fine as cloth. Solid
4 inch. Maple frames, Malleable
Castings, Warranted in every par
ticular. Never yetr failed to give,
satisfaction? ' ""--
I offer these goods-to the public
with cbhfidenc; haviag made them
for years. You casrnow get your
very, w W"
fitted with a WIRE MATTRESS.
Any size, made to order.
Buy fee. BED of the
FUTOBE, of Jtosrs. T. H. D&vks
y & Porter,
' IT If t
This something for nothing'
article, we had in last week has
demonstrated three things,
FIBST, that a good many peo
ple want something for nothing
SECOND, the vast difference
there is in the ideas of values
the guesses made, ranged from
$150 to 2,000, while the nearest
guesser Miss Lena Bruns, who
wins the Dress Pattern, was 300
under the value of the goods; and
the second best guesser Mrs.
Harry Lewis was 310 over the
value, winning the second prize.
THIBD, that the real judges
of values snap up bargains, when
a real bargains is offered. 16S2
people entered our store last
week, of which 1563 made pur
chases, because, they found what
they wanted at satisfactory
This week, Embroideries, Laces,
Fedora real Torchon Valen
ciennes, Black Spangled and
Beaded Lnces in latest novelties
will go; also, we want to call
3'onr special attention to LADIES
BIBBED VEST&in COTTON at
10 cents, 12i cents, 15 cents and
25 cents; these have only to be
looked at to cause you to buy
them. Fine pure white and
Egyptian Lisle at 75 cents. All
wool Bibbed Vests in white and
natural colors. Silk Bibbed
Vests, and Merino Bibbed Vests.
These goods wo carry in low
neck- uo sleeves; high neck,
I sleeves, they are beautiful and
Tho Australia has brought us
no end of new things, that Tve
will mention next week.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
ADMIHISmATIQK'S w KOHGfi.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED having been duly
appointed Temporary Administrator of the
Estate ot Joseph IIea'o Pele, (k)late of
Fauoa, Honolulu, O&hu, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors of
the deceased to present their claims whether
secured by Mortgage, or otherwise, duly
authendicatcd and with the proper vouchers,
if any exist to tho -undersigned within 6lx
months from the date hereofor they will be
forever barred; and all persons' indebted to
the said deceased are request to make im
mediate payment at the Office of S. K.
Ka-ne, Corner of King and Bethel Streets,
S. K. KANE,
Temporary Administrator of the Estate of
Josebh Heano 1'cle, (k) deceased.
Honolulu, August 16, 1SW. aug IC-3w
Threo bright Hawaiian Girls
to sell tho famous VIAYI RE
MEDY. Apply at the office of
tho Viavi Bomedy on King Street.
FOR SALE RENT.
1 Piano, 1 Organ and Sewing
Machine inquire of
X. F. BCKGESS. .
THE UNDERSIGNED having been duly
appointed Administratrix of the estate of H.
Jk. Kaaihce (k), late of Halanla, Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors of
the deceased to p-esent their claims whether
tecured by Mortgage or otherwise duly
autaeudicated and with the proper vouchers,
IT any exist, to the undersigned -within six
months from the date hereofox thev will be
forever barredr and aR persons indebted to
the said decu&ed are" request to make- im
mediate payment at the Office of S. K.
Kjl-se. Corner of King md Bethel Street,
MRS. NAOMI KAAIHUE,
Administratrix of the Estate of H. K.
Honolulu, Angus U IS03. Sw.
CR TFR IflN nnN 1
Weiia nd. Extra-Pa
2 Schooners for 25 Cts.
KING UP MUTUAL TELE. 312.
NIEPER S Bifiaft. Exprm,
Officw, a Fort St,, Bosslc. H. L
Baggsge and Furaitare Ctrefally
uancUed and, i)liYred at Short
Notice to AU Parts 61 the City;
Stand oa Cor. of Fort fc Qneo. Sk.
Casfc.Craap.a Saist9. Yemjl Caas-'r-lttai?,
I roe IsrtS-e wH feca.
Ho; ra aKitaise ikt Si will care
Tbey re VelI? Bcme4Ie aad on
becxtlbr tie sct de&uie aa4lhe7oe&tt
Prices Trnalatlree& ot a3. Soil by 3tr
C. . Callowar, ! KI-ret, Way
Elo:ir.alr Hsoav HtTl, Hoootala.
HAVE MOVED TO "
Morgan's - Auction - Rooms
for a short time. We ares till selling
Departure Bay COAL
in any quantity.
Both Telephones 414 auC
Lotf e Joy &
19 Nuuanu Street
We would call your attention to
Our Special Brands
Longife Pure Cream
au2 in casks or bottles
JAMES OLDS, Propeietor: -
pine Viiies, Liquois. t Beer
ALWAS ON HAND,
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets.
Bell Telephone 241. Post Office Box 107
T. B. Murray
Is Yet to be Found.
On the Old Stand, Xo. 44
Jiing St. Ills Bnslucvs as
Y AGON MANMOBER
When the "PEOPLES'
PARTY" gets smashed he
will be ready to
REPAIR, PAIN! AND TRIM IT
At a Seasonable Figure. No
Extra Charge for Furnishing
them with Common Sense.
LET THE JI BING UP
3TUTUAL telephone 572.
MACHINE MADE .
FACTOBY, : : KALLHI.
Taro Plants, Fresh Tops and Raw
Taro at all times.
Ring Up Mutual Telephone , 577. -
Bell 345. W. IZ WILCOX.
j "2o ' Manager.
lemandes & Gomes
K.; 50t Wett St.,
Dr. J. T.
IProfessionallv Known as
Will give a Wonderful Exhibition of STRENGTH equal and
surpassing the feats of Sandow, at
Hawaiian Opera House,
SATURDAY, - August 18
RESERVED SEATS AT LEVEY'S.
13 USED BY THE CONSOLIDATED
SODA WATER WORKS
(3?liio,u.g,lxo--u.t tlxe Cit3T-
: HOLLISTER & CO.
Importers, Wholesale and BotaiUDoalors in
S:m.lirLg: "ToToa-cco and
Agerits for the Celebrated
1 r " . -
Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Corner & DRUG STORE
j: : DBirte Perfumes,.
Will CKi AUGUST lit Bmo
Gr. B. D. PIPES,
Sd Hotel Sfe.
fcia nrnrnint atcom ok Moid
P. O. BT 4C
,--wp w pnoe aw. uuu wiu appear una.
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