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.DAILY irULLKTllT: HONOLULU, tl, L, JUNK 27, 1(390.
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Tl has pleased Hi Majesty
King tn eonfci upon
lilt
monsilm'r alfrhd 1101:1.1;
The ilecni.ilion of flr.nul OHiom of
tho Royal Older of Iho Crown of
Hnwaii.
lolnni l'alaee, Juno 27, IV.Irt
ofll 2t
Tho Oflico of the Aitdilor-Ucneral
his been loinoved to the room down
.slain, fotinoily occupied by 0. 1.
Iuukoa, C'oiiiiuisjioui'r of Crown
Land, (i. .1. ROSS,
Audiloi-Gcnetnl.
Honolulu, Juno '.'.', IS'.M) Tihlt Hi
It has plon-cd 1 1 i - Majesty tliu
King to appoint tlir following sen
tlcmcn to be members of tin- Hoatd
of Health:
.1. 0. Carter, Esq., vice L A.ThiiTti
ton, Esq., ii'Mgneil.
His Excellency Hon.
sin, vice Hon, S. .M,
A. 1'. IVtor
D.iinon, ie-
signed.
'l'nc Roaid of Hc-ihh ir- now consti
tuted as follow:
!r. .1. II. Kimball, lVeidonl ;
Hi-. Excellency A. 1. lVtii'iiii ;
Hon. V. K. Rnwell;
lion. J.T. Watcihoiiso, Jr.;
.f. O. rajtoi.Ktii.
lolani 1'ajgp-e, Juni- fi, lh'.ii)
noi :it-i it it
lit Pnciict 4tk Dislrict.
The Inspector ot lb-"' 11 Prccirct,
-F.iuitli District, will hold nieeliupa
THURSDAY and TRIP AY EVEN
I x'C.S, :inl and -1th July, fiom C to 'J
o'clock, at China Engine- House, Mil-un-ikea
Stici t, for the puipo-o ot
making any additions ot changi-H to
tlip piPfcnl Re,Moi of Voloia foi
Nobles.
.1. A. MEIIRTENS,
Chitiiman.
SAM MAHELOXA,
SAM DWIGHT,
old Id Inspector.
1st. Dislrict, 1st. Precinct.
Tiio Inspector-, ot the Ut. Di-duct,
1st. l'jt'i'ini't, will hold meeting on
July 2nd, and "id, fiom 1 to 8
o'clock l'. ft., at. the (lovirnmciit
Xiiimuv, foi tltu puipo.M.' of making
any addilion ot change- to the pic
icnt leyiilci.
E. (i. H VII U.MAN,
J. I.l'CAS,
MO id J. OAMARA, .Tit.
ICL
Nutien is heiehy "ivin tli.it the
IiiHpcctoi.v of the l.il. and 2nd. l'rc
I'ineK of (he .'iih Di"liict, will hold t
mcftiiiK foi the puipoMi of correct
ing tin li-l of oi foi . Nobles-, on
WEINi:-.l VV, July 2, lt!!K, al lli
11 fono Sclli.ol, flolnt! I', m. to 'J v. n.
v. wuxni:xn:uc.
Oh.iiiin in l-l. l'rcc, full. Ht-t.
Wm. Al'LD,
Chiiiunan 2nd. Tree., "ith. Hii-I.
V.K) III
Scaled Tenders
Will l.o icci'ivcd althc Jnteiioi Olliee
until WHDN'EMiAY, Juno M, ltHO,"
at 12 o'clock noon, for lurmr-hini'
hay 12,01)0 Met, moi. or' 1-..-.-. .vlnih
Walet l'ipc, .'a.N 0,000 Uw, uiotcor
lci.i, Lead.
Sundry llltiii!' foi the alwivc.
Specilicationa foi Ihc abiiso mate
linl and all details of infomiation
can bo obtained upon application
to the office of the Supeiitilendont
of Honolulu Water Woils.
The Minislei of Jnteiioi doe. not
bind hiniffclf to accept the lowiHtor
any hid. O. X. Hl'ENCEi:,
?iIini.-li.T ol lie; lulciioi.
Interior (Jlllce, Juno 1U, 18!)0.
rSl 3t
JfjS?"Tlio (inio foi icceiingtcndcJH
ie nhoo ir extended until WEDNES
DAY, July 2, LS(H).
C. N. SI'ENCElt,
Minister of tho Interior.
Inlei ioi Office, Juno 21, l.StlO.
li.Sft lit
Water Notice.
In aoeniilaur.c with Sec. T. of Chap
ter XXVII. of (hoLawHi.i I8fi.
All peiMiiifc holding watei pihileijts
or iIiok ming watci iiitet,an here
by notilkd (hat Ilia water rate.s fur
the leini ending Decenibei .'11, Jb'.MI,
will be duo and payable at the office
of (ho Honolulu Wateiwoilo-, on (ho
fiiHday of July, ISflO.
All hiieh wiles lenuiining unpaid
fui llftrnu dayc aflei I hoy are due,
will bo Mibjiel to an additional 10
pin cenl,
Fatties paying rates- will yilen-o
bring their hibt reeolpli.
Rates tiro payable nt the otflec of
the Waterworks in tin1 ICnpttaiw'n.
building.
The statnto tillov.ing no disctolion,
at, lot vnfoicetncut of tliU ckuihe will
be niatk'.
CHAS. 15, WILSON,
Supt. lion. Wati'jwurl.i.
Honolulu, June 10. 1SJ0.
f0;t '2vv
'j' j i !:
flat In '(BiilTi'fi!!
PUJ(tJ to tint her Scti nor Piitty,
Hut rstiiilithed for the btnent ofnli.
Fill DAY, JUJJB27, 18H0.
OUK AMERICAN LETTER.
'ritote not being gpnvu in thi
is jtte. tor the whole of our veiy in
teresting Snn Fruuelsco letter, tome
ttnportant matters left over are con
dcnseil below:
The Senate has passotl the free
silver coinage hill, junking salver
coin ami certifieatei legal tender for
all purpose, ami making compul
sory the purchase and mintage of
S 1,'iiOO.OOO dollard ol siler bullion
monthly.
The iVpoiitleiit in tli Atneticun
Sugar lletinery ease of iraveuiuyer-i
vs. the Superior Cotitt of Cidifoiuia
has jiivcn notice ot uiotion rot a
new trial.
The Mcnuier Auslinlia h:iu been
plaeed under tint American llaj;.
News has been leeeived fiom
Cnpt. Dotltl of the Hawaiian steamer
CUutdine, disabled on the voyage
out. St. Vincent was reached May
1.1, and, it was expected, the Clau
dino would put into Montevideo for
coal and icaeh Honolulu in 00 (lays.
She eiajc 210 miles a day on
ten tons of coal.
The local demand for bananas is
liffht, but tho shipping demand
brisk.
'the agency of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Co. has been taken fiom
Williams, Dimoml V Co.. and given
to H. A. Johnson.
TERM CL0S1NC.
IiitercnUnirrroi-eiMlliiujHntOoliiiC'ol.
lruc--TiikfiiH of liue tu I'clirlni:
l'rf ot-iitni h.
Tho term of Oaliu College closing
to-night will be remembered in that
institution as the last one ot the in
cumbency of Uev. Yv. C. Merritt as
Principal and his esteemed wife, as
one of the faculty.
TucFilay evening the poM-gradn-atc
with the graduating class of
this year, numbering twenty-two
young ladies and gentlemen, waited
on Mr. and Mis. Men lit at Puna-
liou and presented them with an
elegant album, accompanied with a
kindly furowell address rend by
Miss Lillian Lyman. The album is
bound in koa and Icon wood, with
the work "Aloha" inlaid in sandal
wood. It contains vety clear gtoups
of the former graduates and the pie
scnt graduating class.
Ye-iterday at notm Mis. L. D.
L'inncy's class left at her room gifts
comprising a buckle with two boar'",
tusk-, hawnga gulden clasp engiav
cd with a view of Diamond Head :
a uathc calaba-.li, and a set of tor
toise shell .-alad -pnon-.. A note of
thewaime-t farewell sentiments ac
companied the presents.
The ihetoiienl exercise- wore held
clciday afternoon in the laigc hall
Ot the coial buildin;. -V large and
distinguished audience was present.
L'heie wete flawaiian, United States
and l'.ntish Hags draping the wall
hack of tlie. platfoim. Profuse de
corations of incs and (lowers .set olf
all the inteiior. The following pto
gratumc was iivcu in a uiauuci to
ilciio.Lt the assemblage thiougliout:
Choi ii I. bus of deiii Old Yiiip .School
Dieliuuailuii - The Uattle nt Iww...
Krae-i l.yinau
lHalogue Concord i'liilo-ojthv
M.n Hjliluin mill Nellie lla.l:eillle.
f'onipotiliiiii KIjiUjs Eugene Lynmi
Dialogue "Tt 'iiher aiite.l"
(.en McUoiejall (!co Angus
II Uapal (i Unwind
II Hleloiell C, WateiliniiM
V. !.'- K Lviimn
W Whhnej.
Declamation--Selections liom Virgil's
.lliienl Albeit Jmlil
Kevitiitluii Iiianioinl I'u. Diamond.
Ileli'ii DiLl.-on
Oi initial DliCii-sion In,sli.,i vei-,ijs
Illnloalcnl Mudics
.li'.iiiitli'i .'Mheiton, 11 it .mi Hln-4h.ui)
I'leaeli Dialogue 'I'lmDnt'
l'lowl Latnii. Julia Dei j v ;
Maiy Ale.aii(kr, Ithodu'liiecii;
lhui.i Couoih, MaggloMiM-niaii.
Jteeltation Stmy nt Smne Hulls. ...
Cm iicJI.i J.'uIh'i t Jim
Doelamutlnii How u llimtid a
JM oti-t Ihiriy Dyernlt
Declamatlun--Diin I'eiltnnV Jtiilu
Down Jib Cnueinatijjh Vallej
11 .ink Ainistiou;;
SonaTwo Orniiadlei hclmtuiin
Euie-t Lyniiui.
The discussion between Alexan
dei Alhertou tuul Hiram llingham
wtis toiupoaed by tliemselvcs. It
was not only "tery leattied, but had
a cleeily inserted vein ol humor.
.fuit b'efote the last number JJu
fus A. Lyman, Jr.. came forward
and lead a faiewell ndibess to Mr.
ami Mrs. Menilt, ititiodticing the
piesent of a Walthuin gold watch,
suitably tin-uiibi'il, to the I'tlnclpal
mid an oil painting by .Mr. llurn
lleld of a bunch u olila'i to hi-.
BJIOIISD.
1'rof. A. II 7yotH then wnnt for
wanl and bald that pervading Ike
wotlc of the Icim clnbing there had
bcein llio mitulrt of llie faculty a
Bense of impending I033. They had
naturally thought right to keep
that feeling in the background, but
now that the hour had come when
tho tics that had bound teacher and
bchool and fellow-worker? together
must bo severed, it was natural that
oxpiession should be gicn lo their
fcellngw. They had felt tno3t pro
found! v the great Io-js thai their
school nitiut sui'lalu lu the teliting
ol one who had been for so many
years their energetic and .efficient
l'rcsKlent. Mis strong personality
had affected eei, thing so much
that his lo-s would' be deeply felt.
And Punahon without t he inspir
ing pi esence of Mrs. Menilt, they
did not like lo mention it. He
wished to e.ptcs3 the perfect regard
that the coipsof the itislructois of
the college felt toanl one who had
been as one of thcin. Addressing
Mis. l'iniicy, he said he was com
missioned to piesent her with the
voluiue,lhat he handed to her ("In
digenous I'lanlsof the Hawaiian Isl
ands"), as a slight testimonial of the
warm appreciation of the faithful
ness and efficiency of her labors.
The r.iUile was small in intrinsic
value but they asked her lo accept
it as a token "of their e-tcem. They
hoped when bIic turned its page
she would think of those who had
been her associates theic, and, if
she would take pleasure in thinking
of this land of Minshine, they should
he glad to be linked with that
pleasure.
Mr. Merritt replied substantially
as follows: This pan, of the pro
gramme has entitcly unmanned me.
I want to say, in regard to this token
of love, that, if you can sincerely
exptoss sailneji at patting, what can
von think of us when wu drop the
cares and pleasures that have been
ingrained Into our Uses these ltst
seven ycais? Tasstite ou thai wo
shall have, to begin life over again,
with new expetiences all to be lived
over again. I win I to thank (he
young people of the boarding de
partment and of llie school lor Ihe-e
tcsliumYiials of their irgai d. 1 can
only wish that the recollection- of
the time were mure lull of things as
we should wish to have them. My
one regret is that all the young peo
ple who have been led into the life
of tliu school hae not been led In
the inllueuue of the school to have
given themselves to Christ. 1 am
glad that some have come into tins
joys of that life. My greatest regtet
ia that you have not all been boin
into the kingdom of the Lord Jesus
Christ. J have no word to thank
the young people of Oahu College
and the Pivpatatnry School. 1 had
not given a passing thought about
-uch 11 thing coming lo pass, Inil for
uiy-elf and Mrs. Mcriiil 1 kindly
thank you. Pnuahoti would nut
have been Punahon it it had not
been foi Mis. Merritt. As to Mis.
Pinney, whatever she Inn- given her
hand to, she hai done ic with the
utmost Oddity.
Mis. l'inney -aid that at '.uch a
lime emotion was '.i.o deep for
words, and she would not attempt
to say anything ttuther than to
thauk'the faculty for that token ot
kindness. She would wish to thank
the hdiolai- for the vcrv choice gifts
that they had placed in hci loom
that noon. She should prize them
because they wore intended to re
mind one of these sunny islands, and
for the note that accompanied them
she wished to lhauk them.
Al the close of the exercises the
l.oyal Hawaiian Hand gave a eon
cert on the grounds, while the com
pany sal on the verandas or strolled
through the buildings to see the
equipment? of the College. Ttea
snres are constantly being added to
the Museum. The chemical experi
ments al the Itishop Hall of Science
yesterday morning were exceedingly
interesting. They were done by llio
pupils, under the supervision of
Prof. A. It. Lyons, as follows:
Oxygen made sllile lluam I'.lnham
Mere llsrlit on the subject
IIeiii, t:li-kiiell
Potential ehi'i'jy of -agar den Aniru
Clioiulstry the ll:ickaii.Jo;cili l'.lektielj
Another view ot.lhe in.itli-i
M ggle Mo-. man
An !ulll)!u ih: Aie Alh lion
Iron weighed bv uiea-iue
ham Wlildilleld
A veiltible chameleon .lliuiv Cmieus
I'lusucdby ileniniis Oeoigc vVaicihnus'
Subaqueous spimtaiifniis uniiihti-ilnii
rinyd lalon
The Alchemist's dieam leilieil (load
turned to gold) I ami's. hid. I
Chemical magic .Willi- ltui-keillit
SPECIALTIES AT OPERA HOUSE.
Mous. Ilavclla.the celebialed jug
gler, fite-eatcr and necromancor, late
with I'.T. Ilarnum'sciicus, will make
his appearance lo-morrow night. His
perfornatiLO is iuos.t excellent and
has no peer. He has the most gor
geous stnjxo i-ettiitjjs and efibluines
ever seen In Honolulu. Also, Piof.
Feifniion, tho imisical wonder ot the
world, who reproduces on the xiolln
a whole oichetra, as well as eveiy
mttnical instrument known. There
are now on exhibition at L, J. Levey's
olllce the costumes, bingo linings
and stands of portraits icprcsentiug
tlioisc )erfonncii3. IJox phwi Jor
.Saturday night'n peifoimaiice is now
open atL. ,1. Levey's olllce; piiccn
as usual.
A Pi'iTtAi. niectiiurof the lliiwaiian
racillc Cable Co. will bo held July .'I
I'j.vn.s for tho now l'iio Depul
nu ut In nihiuaiU-ir, to he oiceti d on
tho cutiici of Jut and lleieiiiiijn
I'IiooIh, weio on exhibition nl (he In
(ciior Olllce thin iiii'inhig I'onr
Mt ic Mibinilltd to llio Inleiloi l)i
liaituienl, Iwo each fiom Ilouolulu
end San Fiauoirco (len, L, Dnll'ii
of Ilouolulu took IIikI pri.e, .f Kill,
audJI, J, CahillV ol saii I'raueiM'o,
-ccond, Tlie Ui'thjtn am bejuilii'til,
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
AT AUCTION.
A HflgnlDccnt "Henloy Regatta" Plea
sure B)ut.
.In.-,! Imparled by thu Ship "I'.oniiv, -
dale'' fiom London.
Tho undersigned has leeelyed lnMriie-
thuix to olfer at Public Am Hon
On Monday Next, Juno 3). at Neon,
The Magnificent I'leasiue limit, lately
on exhibition at the Stores of O. W.
Mncfailai.e & Co. The lloat I com
plete In every 1 expect with Out, Mn.i,
Sills, Velvet Cushions, Uoat (look-,
Lockers, Steering Hear, Canvas Cover,
Ac., Ac., anil for beauty of finish can
not be excelled. This sale otfers a grand
oppojtuulty for young men to form a
clab and own their own boat for re
gatta da)s and for towing exeiel-e,
iitteinoou- and evenings.
M2WIH J. IjKVKY.
91 at Auotlotnvt.
itov
AX.
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11
L.J. Luvr.Y,
Lhssi;i
Orutul Purfornimicu
Saturday Night, June 28, '90,
llr-t Aiipcurnnce of
Mons. Ravelb.i.,
'fits Celebrated Juggler, riu-cater and
N'vciouianccr, and
Prof. ForR-uson,
Tlie Muleal Woiulerol the World, pel
(oiinlug the ino't mir.icnluiis a'cl-i!lle5
evei wftut's-ed.
I'ltK'l;:.-? iih tJs.I'.VL.
JJ-S" Itux plan lor Satutdiy iilj;ht'-i
pel foi manee now open at I... I. Levey's
iiIHlc. .".til it
Fresh Frozen
-A
(O.N K'L)
RECEIVED
$ s". Aiislmlli,"
JUST
Per'
At The Beaver Saloon
iVJi Ht
-"IOAJSJO
Steamship Coinp'y
ro i; sax r Hanoi sco,
The Al Uti-iiiusliip
"ATTSTRAtlA,"
i:l
hllVi- IlOtlOlulll IOI tltu hb iVO
pint on
?
L-a.urday, July 5th,
VJ
For Fielyht 01 l'liiJ-nje, apply to
WK, O. IRWIN & CO., Agei.tt.
notiOlT.
i LIj bills owing to S. T.hillch. 1'j.i
v pile tin-nf the I'dnple of Fashion,
and now standing live months and ovtr.
if not sr tiled hi'foio lh. iltii of July,
will then be pl.ieed lu the bands oi'u
tull. cior. .'.ill !!l
NOTICE to CltKDIWJtsT
v LI. persons nn tin- IsIiiikIj ot Onliu,
' Molok-ii and Maul, huvliiu; o aims
against tin; Hawaiian Pacllle U:ilj.: i'o.
lie leqliesli-il lo iit-nL the inin foi
iitljii-iin.'iU to V. U. .smith. Attoiiii'V,
u oi liefoie Jldv !.'. 1MMJ.
.1. S. lLVKTUOLO.MKW.
Ml lw Pie.sideut .V. Tiea-mei.
meeting' XOT l VE. '
'! r AW'AIIAX Council Xo. flsO, Ami'
tl llean I.euloii or lliimn, juitI
'1 (lis HMtlay)" KVK.VIX,;. ;u 7 ::io
oVIoek, at ll.iiiiiouv Hall. Kbislioei
J. Ki'KARUT.
VJ1 It s,e.cielni.
ieeiinVj notice.
M'L-'ItL meeting of utockholdci.
V of tho Hawaiian I'lieilluOalih' Co.
will lw lu id on THI'IMv.,Ju)v:i,
1MH), at tliu hour of lu o'clock . Ji., at
theolllen of .1. A. .Mago.m, Altoinev,
Honolulu, II. 1 , to vote upon a piopo
xlllon to mougime the piopoit.v for con
cliuelloii nxpeiiM'h. Till;, cili' Is under
Aitlele" ol the I5yo-hws. a full at
teailauce N icqin-.-i.-il.
j. m. iturii(iLO'.n-:w.
WU Id l'lcsldciir A. I'rc.iMiier.
FUN HKAI, NOTICE.
'Pill: fimeriil of llm lato ITanv V.
.1. Auld will lalai place on ht'ND.W
AFTCRNOON. .limn -J'Jth, at l:.'0
o'clock, fiom the Rom in Oiiihiilh
( 'Inn i li. Relatlvi's and tik-udi an' cor
dlally hivlled. Ml 21
btcuint'r Wiiimaiiitlo.
-fsw r,HKMeiimPi Waliiiiimilo
will sun for Wahihia
nfestSSwa: and Walunite.
.Monday,
Juno ynth, ThuiSihiy, July mil, at 0
.v. m.. and Motiilnv , and '1'hui'silavi
Iheie.ifti'i. W lw
WjiIo iif Fniicy Artlrh'N I
riMILHF. wlllbo a f iile ol Fanev Aitl
I. den. ehlelly Hawaii in, at'Oiieru
Lmiiia Hall, on FRIDAY. Julv II,
lsidi, for Iho beinillt ol tliiil limltutlnu.
lli'fii.KhmenlK will ho icru'd, is id
5iisv ?4JTsa
C -2 fifes., sA ? isk) c" ' p
rV UC f , in -fi&r y M,sxmwlnimMMXMtanmZ-,MA i)yirm'3mmmjMtMi9iZ
i 6- C&S ?sl tftfji TTZZ
m rs g$p fcvf 55 3ariS?ja9 II WmmRk nB P ffaW Rjrflfi f&UN i
rat. lifi
Caah Assets,
la? I'or full pnttlculars apply lo
Dec-21-8!)
rv t.i
Fresh Cake
31
-aJ 1L w
Q
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
& And will he DKLlVJulU'i) FliKK of CHAROK to any
C0tfii, Tea, (.'bocolato A Milk,
t-'teak
OisiBsei-
i. rr.
Solo Proprietors of
Glipr Ui. Hop Ale, Groiiiie, BugiBrrraili, Sarsajarillsi, liml Wilers, Etc.
leer All (oniuiuuU'.htloiiH
SH0 Tin
4th LY !
ALL pei-sims ilesiious of siihseilbing
lo the fund for the eelobiatioil nl
the coming 4ih Jnlv. will tlml Hits at
tin stoie-i of ,le-is. L. O. Hall it Son,
jlolllsier A. Co. and Den-on, .Smith,
Co., Fort htreet.
W. F. AL1.F..V.
WO fit Ch.iliman Finance Committee.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
AJUVIl-KN!) ot Thiee (j:t) Dill u
por sliaie will Iim piiltl to the
fitoekholdi'is of Wlldei'f, Sli'innililp Co.
at their olllce in this eltv, on SA'l'FR-)AY,.luue-J-,
l.iao.
.s. uosi:.
S rielniv.
Honolulu, .Tune iC, l-iiu .V.'i) it
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
ADIVIDKND ol Thiee (sj.l) DoIIum
per -liaie will lie pnid to Ihsloel.
liuliU'i's of the lntor-l-ianil Sieim Navi
gation Co. at their olllce onTIIFItS
DAY, JunifJii, Is'a.).
Jah. L. Mrl.U-iN',
hicielaiT
lloliohllll. June '.'I, lHiiU. .',.',) lit
Mct'liny: ol' Btocklioldoi-si.
NO'I'K'K is hi-n-by given ihnt a spu
ii.il meeting of the F-toeMioldero
oflhe. Oahu Railway Kr Land Co. will
bo hold at tint olllce of I In- Companv on
THURSDAY, July 17lb, 1!o. nl .1
o'clock i'. m.. for the pnrpo-o of necept
lug the toad fiom the coutraelor, ami
amending tin li-liivvs,
Uv older ol the l'ri"-ldynt.
W. (i. AhfTLF.Y.
o'.iO id beciitiiiiv.
WANTED
'IMVOltileJit and 1'ollto Young .Men
1 to woil. on the swltchboanl of the
Muliial '1'elephoiin Co,
AlMilv lo
C
r.sitf
O. RKitUKIt,
Si-cielaiy.
WANTE1)
AOIRLIodo light hoin-ew-oik and
to lool. alter a couple of chililien.
None wllholil being well leeoinmeiiiled
need apply. Call on Mm. 0. O. Ileiger,
eotiier lieieraula and Pinialinu stiuc-o,,
.'77 tf
l'OWOll'H IlllK'K'RRs' Expl'ONH,
IAS. FOWLLL, fuiiueiiy employed
tf al I'liioii Feed Co, lor mwiiiiiI
yeaiK, having gone into the baggage
CNpiCh llll-llll'sH, MlllcltS p'ltlOIUICt'.
rilauil, em tier ol King and lleihel
iUueM, Ouleis can he left at Young
XnpVi'lgirMiiuil. Hiiggiign ihiliveied
with priimptiiei.4 a tut inie lonnv pint
ofeliy. Jiuii7.ig
Guaranteed Bonds
ISSUKI) BY THE
ENSURANGE
OIT" Tvraw YOTSXC
SECURITY:
ftSOMAUii A. JIcDllItlOV. P'!Md'ii!.
S.
General
17 .a w 8.j t&'vit in iiii'j
ALWAYS ON HAN'I) A.N'D TO OROKII r
Pies,
Buns, Roils,
.rtlL.I. ol' KVH1Q:
Chojw
KIdIi, II inn & Kyv-s,
Uyf.101
IVojii
ll::SO it. m. to 1
21 5CTE&i trU
j3a.i.bjl:v.
J li3VJ$
J2iitiisa4ijf.
-AfAtt U PACTUJtK its OF-
lAHITi : LEIVIOSMA
: CREAM rand-: FLA
BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA &
T ISLE PHONE 297.
null onlcts jjhinikl In iui(iro8HC,l to
JJKNSON, SMITH & CO.,
-tf-OV-HIJ.sfWt-i
B.
4T W-l
n 1 1
-JlU 1-J
ll -';. K I 1
Hiivine; removed out HO DA WORKS
W
3
o iT'oar.a: wh EsiErJL
.
(Nfar Iho Custom House)
We me nun pi. an d In furninlilil dlmrt notice, and of prime quality
i.f llm lolli vvitu,' High ('las'1 Aerated Rev erajjea:
GINGER ALE,
Plain Quflfit 1 iminfi QlPQmhflwv nn
liuisi, uTjuui, iiumuii, uuunuuiij ui uiuum o
HurBapnrilla, Snrsaparilla
Apple
r-ing I'M'lu.sivelv the HYATT l'URU WATKR SYSTEif.
71-SBOTH TELEPHONES2T71
MOLL8STER & CO
Fmi'V STKKKT. :'::::
FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
Till-; LARGEST and .MOST COMPLETE STOCK' OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
AT
g$$ No. 2 I'ntloins alike. Knrliioiiiililn DrosNnialtiiig uprtnirt J
mm: baking powo
Without ti in Prlco & QtiuIUy !
Ono-lhird the Prioo of tho Royal !
Every Housekoopor Should Uoo It !
0ST A Huvint'of :i:i I'nrOimt in Cont and Quality the Very Best, rj
ilPKCIAL HATES TO JOBBERS.
.1 llm
Dr. A. It. GAIITER
II AS iiinioveil his nfllce lo No, .1.1
lli'iuiniilii, belweeii Fort ami
Niuuimi hlieels. Olllce Iioiiin: DsllOto
II A. m., and '.' to I, ami 7 to 8 i. m,
.Mutual Telephoiio No. ilUJ, 70 111)
COMPANY
Over $136,000,000
13. 3 201i:,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
9
Etc., tx
p.nt of l.hu oily.
!2&
.
Slowc, Houced 1'igV Feet, Kit.
. sjx.
111. --
MrtW.VT
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IRON WATER, .
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Oil,- lILij
DE,
I.
OA, ;
OVAL!
to moio commodious quaitor.i at
anv
& Iron Wator, and Crab
Cidor.
llON03.CII.il.
Chas. J. FISHSL'S,
Leailinii Millinery Hoiiee, Cornet Foil & Hotel tl,
ER
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Excluhivo ArimiIm for the Hnvvaiiaii Inland.
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have olllce hmita fiom tl In n
a. m. mid I lo n p. i at'No, :i;
Hdretaiihi, belweeii Foil nml -Niy"i
Ktrccih. Muluiil Tnlephnne Xi
iiiul 17U,
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$$,,
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