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TUESDAY, JULY 17, 18U4.
Tl'FJIDAY, Jtlly 17.
Blmr W O Hall from Hawaii ntn1 Maul
TuwinAf, July 17.
etmr Mlkahaln (or Kanal nt 6 p tit
Stinr Claudlne for xrti on Maui at ft j m
Btmr Iwalanl for Kauai at 5 pin
Btnir Walalcalo for Hanaiuaulitanit Mnka-
well at I t m
titmr Jas Mnke for Knpas nt 0 am
Voaaels Leaving To-morrow.
Mlslonary bktne Morning Star, Garland,
for the south h'c.is
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Geo. E. Bonrriman is author
ized collector for llollistor & Co.
Tho passengers by tho S. 8. Rio
do Janeiro woro roloasod from quar
Tho Bishop of 1'aDopolia is going
to Maui by tho Claudiuo, returning
by tho samo steamer.
According to tho morning paper
tho bnrkuiiltno l'lantor brought 800
ton of sugar from Lysau Island. It
is gull sugar.
Tho Anglican Church Mission
School is holding its closing exer
cises this nitcrnoou in tuo buuuay
An attempt was made to enter tho
resideneo of G. E. Hoarriman on tho
plains on Sunday night, but tho
would-bo burglar was scared away.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauti street. Lodging by
day, week nr month. T"rms: 25 and
Wl'cenls per nitflit; $1 anil f l.2T per
Patrolman LudlolT stopped a run
away yesterday evening, niter crush
ing the kuees of his horso and
severely hurting his own knee. It
must havo been a very clover stop.
ltomemher that on every bar of
Hawaiian Soap is stamped the name
of tho company in full, Honoui.u
Soap Works Co. Take no othor.
M. V. McCiinsNT.v & Soxs, Agents.
For the things therein indicated
with price, the advertisement of
tho Honolulu Soap House offers
great advantages to housekeeper.
Urehatu tho sonp man is a public
David Liudrav, an mnployeo of
Sans Sottci, died at his residence nt
7 o'clock this morning. Ho leaves a
wife nml several small children in
destitute ciritunittnuces. The family
arrived recently from California.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE GONOEHT.
HAWAII NO POI
Boys Oive a
Still Another Version of the Nation
For Maul, tier stmr Claudlne, July 17 P
A Sprcckels, Mr Itltixntne, Arthur nml
Harold UHm, Mi's Turner, Mrs V l)jy,
Mis l.lndrny, Mli Nlolilc.'ii, Illin. o'
1'anopolK Father Vnlrntlno. Mii Antiin
Hetiler. Mls N UmU. W (lay, I' Uk-ason,
11 V Dnldwln. Ml Mnry Green, Ml-t Mis
fofih, Mrs VonTcmpsky, 'JclilKl't-n and
mirte, MI'S Wodehoiuo, ArnntroiiK Hnilth,
Mr Mycr, Win Klttul, K Nlcltt-n, A Fer
nando, Jr. Mm Ah rn, Mm Fernandez,
LINDSAY In Honolulu. July 17, David
l.li.iUuy, ii native of Uinsitow, foot
lund, uped .'h, li-avitig a widow and
thrro childrrii. I- iincrul this nfii-rn inn
nt 4 I lit., from lil line rcslilfiue, :
WHAT A OANNON BALL CAN DO
Chuuo Shots in the Chilean War
That Went Through Ironclads.
A shot weighing 250 pounds from
an eight-inch gun of Fort Valdivia
in Valparaiso harbor struck tho
cruiser IHanco Eucaladn above the
sntinr luill tinawtil llirnintt. tli.hfltlti
steel plate on tho side, wont through , II. Harrison, practical piano
id.. ...!!..'- ..f.t.1., i.u.i, (i... ,.:n,.... . and oriau maker nml tuner. enn fur-
fmin nnil..r !! lu.ml. Inm...il I.I. ! hWi h'st factory references. Orders
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head on the mattress with n thump,
but without injuring a hair, passed
through tho open door into tho
mussroom, where it struck tho floor,
and then glanced to tho ceiling.
Thou it went through a wooden
bulkhead one inch thick into a room
25x12 feot whero forty men woro
sleeping in hammocks. It killed sis
of them outright, ami wouuded six
others, threo of whom died, after
which it passed through a steel
llll1blioj.il hrn Itii.tiii Mili.tr n.ul unit.
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ml LAn whictf K I nro. will bo M.l.l by J. V. Morgan on
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left at Hawaiian rsew Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be tho same as done
The "Ladles' Column" is an in
teresting now feature In this paper,
for which the old establiilied linn
of U l Khlers iV Co. has the credit.
It is projected in the interests of at
tractive dress and tho best value for
outlay upon dress.
A splendid lot of household furiii-
Tho musical and theatrical enter
tainment given by tho pupils of St.
Louis College yesterday evening was
largely attended, tho hall being
crowded long before tho opening
hour. Those who are fortunate
enough to bo prosont were t reated
tn a rare entertainment. Tho Bishop
of Pauopolis occupied a prominent
seat, and in tho samo row were Cap
tain Hooke and o Ulcers of H. 1). M.
S. Champion, A. S. Cleghorn, Father
Leouor and members of tho faculty.
Tho Brothers noted as ushers and
received alTably. Brother Albert
directed tho orchestra and Brother
Francis manipulated the piauo. The
overturo by the S. L. C. orchestra
was excellent, nud tho chorus, "Come
and Join." by about forty boys was
well ronuered. A prologuo was de
livered by Chas. Murray, after which
tho three-act drama. "Tho Vorld's
Fair Boys," composed by ono of tho
college faculty, was put on the
boards. Tho scenery was appro
priate and tho acting of tho colle
gians excellent. It is very seldom
indeed that such acting has been
soon in local theatrical circles. The
young lads entered thoroughly into
tho suirit of tho piece, nml in con
sequence surprised and pleased tho
audience, liter showed careful
training. During intermissions
choruses, vocal solos and violin solos
were rendered. Master Neddie
Crnbbo won emcomitims by a clever
rendition of tho solo, "Where Are
tho Friends of My Youth." The
violin solos by Mnsters J. Hnnsraauu
nud John F. Cowed wero well ren
dered. Tho duet, ''Springs Hutu ru
ing," by C. Cooper and S. Culleu.
wns good. After a well plnyed
selection by tho orchestra n farce
entitled, "Tho Ollico Seekers," was
put on. It wns laughable in the
extreme, and concluded a very
enjoyable evening's entertainment.
The commencement exercises of
the college to. k place to-day. There
were sovonteen events ou the pro
gram, consisting of recitations,
songs, dialogues, addresses and a
farce, "Tho Freedom of tho I'rcss."
Tho exurcixcft wero up to a high
stnudard nud showed careful train
ing. 0. F. Murray delivered the
valedictory. Tho premiums for the
year's work woro so numerous that
Although tho Govornmenthas not
as yot advertised for a now version of
tho National Anthem, anticipation
of such an event seems to be in the
air, which has already produced a
half dozen offorts. It will bo no
small honor to the author whoso
work is adopted, to have tho product
of his brain sung at every public and
private function forever. There may
bo a little too much candor in the
following production to suit the
judges that may bo ( selected to
bestow t he prize, but it is at least
quito asiugablopiecoof composition
with the old time novel's merit of be
ing "founded on fact":
Ipof sweet liberty,
Where only minds are free,
I.t all our praye's fticcnd,
Tint heaven benign may tend
To dirty tricks an end
Thy tough spies play.
Hawaii no pol,
As fara man can see
Oo.l' !lclnu over thee,
Coti'lM-i Iieyond n doubt
In freedom total rout,
Ia'I i ntlve- nil get out
And aliens sway.
Hawaii no pol,
Wo Inive re!"Kt-i profound
For all thy c.tptutrtl ground,
1 1 will I n-l!
Alalia uri; d Mid lnt,
For everv nlnec of trust.
e'll hnvi ott lobj or bust.
in o cf
Quick Rotlof and Porfoct Cure
Headquarters for White Goods
N. S. SACHS'
a uo rort
Jlr. O. B. Fotrtett
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
3A1NBOOKH In Plain, Htriped, Uberkii and Plain.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OKADKd AND t'ltll'RH.
UtMtTtKt) In Btriped, Uheidtn, I'lalds and Hair Ut
INDIA LINO.VS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAl'KS.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CHEAA1 AM) M'.HV
IMMKN8B VAKIKTY OK
Onrtis 0. KrRR.
Chamberlain's is the boat of all.
Vincent J. Barkl, of Daubury, Iowa,
has used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edr whenever in need of a medicine
for coughs and colds, for tho past ,
five years ami says: "It always helps
mo out. If anyono asks mo what (
kind of cough medicine I use, I re- xo
ply, Chamberlain's, that is the best '
oi nil. & ami bUu. bottles lor sale
by nil dealers. Benson, Smith ft
Lo.vAg.n.s for the Hawaiian Is.- RMh
MI if si in biAlr afflicted with tcUttt rheums
tlira that 1 could tcarcety mote. I uied a crest
many remedlet tthleh did wb no good. A f tlend
preiented ma S botttft of Itood'i Kar.ip.irllta,
which 1 bejan to take. The relief was quick
and two tallica cured tnercinpletely. I author.
It the use of my name and portrait tn recom
mending tluod'i SaM.ipMllla, for I Uitnk It s
tery valuable medicine. I ri'fnmnd It to all
who may be adllrted with rheumatism or old
fetor nrei, ai I know of a l.vlr In Oakland who
bat been euted of ui-rr by tl.li wonderful med
icine." a U. l'AtittCK, No. S03 California Bt,
Ptorktnn. Onllfornla. (lot IIOOD'3.
Hootl'o PUlo act easily, yet promptly and
cfhclcntly, on tho liter and bowels. 20a.
UUDUON, NBWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Ulanrtn.
INVESTOnS, COFFEE PLAN
TERS AND OTHERS !
AN KNIM.KKB VAKIKTY OF-
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMHItOIDKIlY F.D01NOH In 8wl. Naluook and HsmliurK It.
All Wldtln with ItKertlng to Mntrh.
AJIunr embroidery, Bnbroidery EloancM and Demi Flntuicm.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods !
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household :- Furniture
should tho names of the recipients itrt.-M-tv inert v v ti.,iir IT HAVi; Kim ham: IN KAl.llll
boniven they would till tho paper. Ull WbUM2ibUAX,iJUI Jo, ,1 Vslloy. MMIlm iront . Iloiiolnio. lu
Tl... ! ...r., I,a. . , AOKKb of I.AM) In t-fublinpU.', iilnntml
I lo prizes wero books. AT in OTLOUK A. M.. with alxMtt imkj HANANA 'litl-XS mid
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
DI..I..... "I.. ! Ill.... t .mn.i.
uiilliii vjllinimi, ruiutji ljuuiiuu
I'rof. Alexander. Inspector General
Atkinson nud Miss Atkinson were
among tho visitors.
Initrtiili'd hy Mn. UAI.I'li It
Tl'ill to illonn of
The t Eutiro : Uousohold : Fumlturo,
ii i... . ...-. i. i. i
inches deep. It wns filled with sand. ." ' " ?"' J. " .V";,, , '.'"'
Had it released deadly Kascs no ono I ioW to ''l'1' It lMli.rnil will Im.
knows what fIaiiinKolt inlKlit havo I "M , nl T ' ,' ,,1",0 '" MN"""
(jon n " street, lho aiticles ate new ami
A Jnn.tioiind mlsslh. from .,,,. many of them of ran-value.
inch gnu in tho same fort struck the
same vossel ou its olKbtiiioli armor. ,1''; Uiiern llouo
It hit squaro on n bolt. Tho shell )iM-, truwltiv for
ili.l w,i .(... i... .,!. i... i i,,.r.i ' Znth iiiHt.. when I
m, iiMn ii... i i i ,i,,.'.... ti... iw.u I "Oceauica." illustratiiiir
Miid7 i.u voh-uie m v uiwiv iij iitiv I t ti I i i
dear throuBh.nnd in its IllKht. the covery oi inose ismu is iv u
bolt struck nu oiKht-inch Kun, com-' (','I. will m pjnyetl bv n arKi
pletoly disabliiiK it. Such is the i ly of Hawauaus nud tumigi
is eiiK-iK""! by
lho drama of
power oi tuo stnaiior-sizi-u iuiib
A. Ills lloldcnrt", Sniinnn street (ndj'iln
InU Mm Afiili), i-oti'lultiiK of
PEOPLE OOINO AWAY.
Mats of PtiMoncors by Noxt Two
Outward Ocoauic Staamurs.
Tho following are booked as pas
fougers by the S. S. Australia for the
T. J. liirch, G. T. Gillette, II. W.
Schmidt and wife, Henry C. Schmidt,
tiniest Schmidt, Masters It. and 11.
Kennedy, 0. C. Kennedy ami wife,
Wm. l'rellar, James Gibb, T. 1).
Gnrvin nud wife, Miss Kita. Schmidt,
Miss McGownn, Hov. K. V. Uaker
and wifo, Miss B. Iiumbel, G. K
Spencer and wifo. Kdar Sachs, Miss
I'eiry, Miss Irene Perry, Airs. V. C.
Weedou and daughter, MUs Arm
strong, IX. J. Uuibstnetter and wife,
C. Barrett, ,, Steiner, wife and child.
Miss Tuck, J. V. Hnckfeld ami
family, E. D. Teuney, Mrs. Bauniuf,',
Judire It. r. Biuliertou, Mrs. Uicker
ton, Spencer Uiekertou.
For Shu Francisco, pur S. S. Ala
meda, July '20:
Miss Itosie Until, C. A. McDowell,
Miss Armstrong, Airs. T. H. Hobrou,
Miss S. K. Gray, Leo Cooper, 12. F.
Rishop, A. It. Ciiuha, It. Spreckel-i,
F. F. Follis, M. Mcluerny, Miss Mc
Inernv, J. T. McGrow.
Prof. AdolutHin's Ooucurt
Tho concert to-night at tho Opera
House will bo. of more thau ordinary
interest. The mandolin as a solo in
strument is somewhat new to our
people ami Prof. Adelsteiu Is n
master of the instrument. He do
velops remarkable tone from the
mandolin, besides placing with ram
gruce nud expression. The sustain
ed quality of his playiug elovates
his instrument to the plane of n solo
violin. Prof. Adelstuiu will perform
ou tho lute for tho first timo in
Houolulu. Mias Knte McGrow will
slug n beautiful selection by Masse
ret. Mrs. Warriuer's charming voice
will be heard iu n selection accom
panied by tho lute. Miss UurhHiis
will play selections from Weber ami
Mendelssohn. Mr. Will Ho"g will
sing a teuor solo from Muritnnn.
Miss Paty will assist with violin, Mr.
Paris, flute, and Mr. Heitman, tho
cello. The program has been ar
ranged with great cure, nud the con
cert will be ono of the most delight
ful ever given here.
A horse kicked II. S. Shnefer, of
tho Freemver House, Middlelnirg,
N. Y., on llio knee, which laid him
up in bed and caused the knee joint
to become stifl". A friend recom
mended him to use Cliamberlaiii's
Pain Balm, which ho did, and in two
days was able to be nrouml. Mr
Hhaefer has recoiiiuiemh'ij it to
many others and ays it is eicellcut
fur uuy Mud of a bruise or sprain.
This same remedy is also famoim for
its cures of rheumatism. For sale
by all dealers, lleusou, Smith &
Co.. Agents fur thu Hawaiian Islands.
The Philadelphia men lauded for
shore drill this morning. Headed
by tho flagship baud thu battalion
marched out to tho plains. Tho
"Now Itepubliu" march was played
going out. Coming homo riot drill
was practised at all tho el mot cross
ings. Tho Itepubliu regiment held drill
ou Palace Square yesterday evening,
Colonel J. 11. Fisher being in com
mand. After the drill tho muii wero
marched to Alnpai, nrouml to Bern
tauia, down Fort street to King
street ami then to tho drill shed.
Beer flowed In abundance nt tho
Jno Onecircs Must Stay in Jull
tuprtni. Court Juotlcto Ilualgn.
Tho loug-staniliug cne of Allen it
ItobiiJsoii vs. F. II. lt'-duurd and
Hawaiian Lodge of Free Mnsons
was heard, aruued nud submitted
before J udue Whiting to-day. Hatch
for plalutiir; C. W. Aihford for Bed
ward; Carter & Carter for the Lodge.
An order has been issued for hear
ing tietitiou for probate of lho will
of tho late S Kahelo nud appoint
ment of Cecil Brown ns adiuiuiitrn
lor. Iteal and personal property to
gether amount to li0 valuation,
nud t lie widow nud n sou by n former
marriage are devisees nud legatees.
The Supremo Court by Chief Jus
tint J udd has rendered a itunnimous
decision refusing to grant a new
trial to Joseph Cancires, cojivicted
of murder iu the second degree. U.
II. Wilder, Deputy Attorney Cienu-
ral, for the pros-uoiition; J. A Mn-
goon and V. V. Aahford for defend
ant. Justice Frear is author of a unani
mous opinion of the Supremo Court,
deciding against tho appeal of
Fllzabolh Harvey, contesting the
will of C. Mauaole. It is held that
the contestant failed to otablish
her heirship, J. A. Magoou for pro
ponent; C. W. Aihford for contest
ant. Tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court having to day resigned the
commissions which they hereto
fore hell wero iinuu'dintely recom-
misMoucd and sworn into ollico as
I uMices of the Supremo Court of
the Itepiiblm of ll.twmi. This wus
to avoid the possibility of an iutor-
reguiim ou nept. I, wlien all com
luissious issued prior to the adop
tion of (he C'oiiKtituluiii are to ex
pire under t lit) terms of that instru
ment. Judge Cooper of the Circuit
Court ndmiuislered the oath at tho
Incentive building. The Judges of
I he Circuit Court will probably tin
deigo tho sauin lmiiiuogrdicntiuii
lo morrow. The clerks of the Judi
ciary I)emrtmoiii Homy Smith,
(leorge Lucas ami Chas F. Peter
sou are to be rcctiininUainiied by
tho J indices of the Supreme Coiut.
W. H. Nelson, who is in thu drug
birsiuuss nt Kiugville, Mo., has so
much confidence in Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhcea Item
edy that ho warrants every bottle
nml otrers to refund money to any
customer who is not satisfied after
using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk
in doing this bocnuso tho remedy is
n certain euro for tho disease for
which it is intended and ho knows
it. It is for sale by all dealers, lieu-
son, Smith A Co., Agents for the I rnrvM ()llk i;x.,,m ni,,K futile, 12 It
Hawaiian Islaml. Carvel (ink Dining. riM.m mu
m m .lsuim-u 'IVii Soln, ilnmr fets.
Knr rfiftWnifcm nJllH PHTS'TINN "Ivor v. iiro nuii i lima ur
Mirror Back Oak Sideboard !
While nnd llrown Wicker Tallies, Chairs,
l.niinpi. mid lto-ki-rs.
rorvwl link Olmlrs. F.n-oK rolnilns.
DuKerstniltuitilTiirkWIi l'ra)vr Kiik.
lleitr, s'i'.il and ('oyotu KiiK.
Pairs Doltoo and Dresden Vases.
well ndnnti'd for n CtlFI-'lvK PLANT A-
TIOV, S ,i-ii' nre iindi-r l-n-n st u ri-ntnl
uf $!." K-r iiumtli mIiIi l.'l yu.ir-lo rilti.nu
utHindiitice of walur from tin- tnoiliitiiltis,
nlso, a Wnrkliiu llor-cs ntitl Mills, llrnke
mid piniitl CotltiKu, mid Karinliii: linpll
nicnts fW I'or fnrtlii-r pirtli'iiliirii, npply to
L. J. LEVEY,
ilorni-r Fort nml Ijnveti Sirvt-ls.
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
FrtsnoJti ICid Slioe a.t $2.2C.
Imh nl "fft- ll4i-.
sii.i pirniy inert- on the s
lli'iivv (ink llodnxini ticts.
II. W. Miitliliitop llt-drooui 6vs.
Mirror Front Black Walnut WarJrobss.
riifir.nitert, Hull Stands.
Whltu llulr MntircfMS, Fmtlicr Pillow.
Ituw t-llk I'lirtalns nud I'eli-s
ItMks II-dU-ad, MohiiIIo Nvta.
HcNeale & Urbin Safe. New Model Range.
Itefrlisurntor, Mrnt .Safe, buvn Mower.
, luinleii TihiIs. Marlilulup (lunlvii Tables,
i Iwn Cliulrx titul M-ttt'Cs.
' I'otnef Fvruniind I'luum.
1 Horse, Phaeton & Harness.
i Firewood nud Cost, Ktc, Ktc.
fW The n'tcntlou of lioin-eholders in I
rallod tn thu niMivu uieiitloiml Furniture,
which Is new nud of the most exKnslvH
mid iirniiiiii-utnl kind.
Jas, TF. Morgan,
III NUUANU STKKKT.
M KKCIIANT TAl LOK.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW BTOOK OF
CiiHluimivs liiul Sortcoa Jusi 1Ihoivw1 I
BXJIT3 PR,Ob4 AX 4 UP
Dry Goudri. Fancy Ooodn, L.iwuh, Ktc, Etc.,
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
Temple of Fashion
510 ort Street
CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Tllis Evenlne '
tW TKl KI'MONKH 131 -m
NOTICE TO FASSENGERS.
1 III. I'BUHOVS ISTKSDINO TO
V liiko aUKH on HlranuTa of llm
Inti-r-hlniiil Kti'iun Nnvljj.nlon Co,, from
lloiiohihi, art liunthy rniu'ilrd to pur
hn-ii ih'ketH nt tho Wharf Ullli-u of tin
Coiiipany lHforo unilurklii):, hiiiI any pas
Mjii(jtr fallliiK to do mi hall In- imhjt-i-t to
pay 'Jj piTri-nl i'f tin-regular fur In uiltli
tl'in thtiri'lo. TIiIh rnl will hn (trltly en-foti-nl
from mid ufti r thu lt duv of August
proximo W. II. (iUDl'IIIIY,
W. II. Mi-I.Kts. bcu'y. 1'ruxliliMit.
llonohtlu, July 17, Ibii. UisVTw
Mr. Samuel Adelsteiu,
Solo lindollnlst and LuieUt,
3 Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE, : ,kh s s. "austkalia."
Tnesd.yEve.tog,Jlyl7lh;At g Um
FOR ON'E W'KEK to innkn room for Nim- Ootids to nrrlv
yur S. S. AtiHtrnlia.
LiwUks' UnilirMiAr, ItoyV Clotliin. Lnri AsKorttntuit of Ladi' mi
Lnrf,'i Hun of WooIimih nt '2bi. Plnuuillt, 10 ynnl for f I (KJ
lirowu and Wliitu (Jottonn, from 8 to 20 ynnli, $1.(K) inr iiIim-h.
AinoHki'iij,' UiuKliiiuiK, 12 yardt for $I.(K). UoiitK'nutl Lnillt'.s' H.itliiim'.Suiu
Silks, SntiiiH, SHrKiw, Lftwim nud Dri'HH UoikIh of ovury dfHcriiitiou
DI. Cr. 6ILVA, Proprietor.
FBI. S. S. " GhA."Ei:LiIO."
t IBS K A rKMLdltF.W.Hoi.ruiio.t. Violin;
MltK W I. WAill.lNKlt, (liintraltui
Mil Wll.l. II. HiiUOH, It-nnr;
MIHS .NKITIK IHIItHANH, I'luiiu.
MISS M.l'ATV. Violin;
M It. 1K. 1'AltIH. FIiiih
Mlt. II. llim'MAN.Cidlu
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
llox I'lan mi I
7UOM THIS DATK, B. F. JIOF
FA(!KKIt Is uloiiuiimhorlzud to draw
limits orlo ulvo ordt-rs for Mir IihiiiIIm'
or KitppilvH on huhalf of thu Huvuia.n
UoMMKIII'IAI. ,V Hl'IIMl ClIMI-A.NV.
I Hi: HAWAIIAN COMMHIUMAIi A
C. A. 8riiKCKi:i.H,
Jul HI, Ib'tl lusl-lnt
Good Business For Sale
Good Reason tor Selling.
For partli-ulnm, Hldrrs
I'. 0. Hot -Ti.
Saturday Afteruoon, July 21st,
HOLLISTEE, & CO.
Havf mudt' unothi'i' lnrc Iiiiiortntioii ot
Hramli. of l,A CONSTANC1A nud KU COMKTA
Large ARortment of Shapes and Sizos.
For JUIe In Rnnrt nr Dnlv Pairt Cnr. Port Mp.rr.hant Strep.li
A.X 3:30 O'CLOCK
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
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WIELAND - EXTRA PAI.E
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONKRS FOR 25 CENTS
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