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J B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Auction Sales by Jaa. V. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
Y AT AUCTION
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom , Queon Streot, I will sell
at Pnhhd Auction, if not previously
disposed of at private sale,
T2 HOMESTEAD SITES
On the Woiklki ltond,
aliiR n Subdivision of tho I'roporty 'for
iily occupied by O V Macfurlauc, dy.
i Sites Ajacent to the Above,
And facing on the Wailtiki Road and
Joliu Una lioml '1 lie John Enn ltoad is
now being wideued to CO feet.
Tho purchaser has tho option of throe
Second Ono- Third Cash; balance on
aaortgago nt S per cent.
Third Payments on tlw Installment
J-E.r as agreed, say $5lVUisL$ftnd balance
v per nioirthi -
r, tSlaps at my Salesroom, wharo all
-.Srfieulars ca be obtoined.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
' New Building, Esplanade,
Opposite Sailors' Home.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
ADMISSION: .50o nnd .25c for
' ndults. 25c and .10c for child
ren. K- Gfito opens at G p. in.
Having ongaged a First-class
Painter from tho Coast we
proposo to mako
a specialty and to guarantee
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
f No. 70 Quoon Street. 336 12t
PAKTIES ItEQUIRING PORE
A Italian Bees or Queens
I ma. Aiin'v to
E. W. JORDAN,
I nrntn nn im n i rrtrn i, vte fokkiuv items. in tiik voiacv. counr. tiiim ih citicici:r. mk
Mr. Clinrlm StepliciiMin, n woll.liinwn
itiillwny Employe nt Kiilnpol, New
Zealand, -write I
"About ten jcars ago, while en
gaged in shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, and my leg was
fractured below tl kneo. It healed
in time, but I hr o been troubled
ever sinco i Itli swollen veins, and
havo been obliged, nt times, to wear
a bandage. About n year ago It be
camo much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to givo up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I havo not
been troubled with It sinco."
Gold Medals at ihe World's Chief Expositions.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agonts for tho Ropublio ot Hawaii.
Auction Sales by Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Ry order of Missus. II. HAOKFELD &
CO., I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom. Queen stroot,
TO-MQKROW, July 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
To close consignments, invoices of Liquors,
Ports & Sherries,
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
Beers in Pints & Quarts,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On THURSDAY, July 2d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho Europonu Houho, corner of
Kukui fatreet and Kukni lano, I
will sell at Public Auction,
of Sixteen Rooms.
Also, collections of
Stamps and Money,
Curiosities, Stove, Ico Box, Moat
Safe, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3-12 3t Auctioneer,
All ubeclmcn are herewith Invited to par
ticipate in tbo parade on Fourth of July,
storting at Palate Squaru at 8.8U a. m. For
the btsttlteorutul wlael and rider a prlre of
flSOGulU bo ghun, $10.00 for the second,
and 5 00 each for the third and fourth best.
CllOZIEU and CRANE.
313 It Wheelmen Committee.
The sailing of tho steamer W. O. nidi
as hot n liostpouud until 12 in. onFiicli'j,
INTblt-iaUANU Hl'LAJl iNVlUA
TIUN CU , Ltd.
Honolulu, Juno 30, lS'JO. 313-U
ncuuLHn niLU Lcntn a
Xf from All l'nrta by Latent Proceedings Itefitro Judge Do I. Itemnrhnlilc IMnrlng n( the Aiitrn- jKK t
Ntfnmcr. Vergno Thin Morning. llniiTenni lit liiglmid. TllBwt?
udou ihjjiio at ro;ti:ii.v (iiit'itcn
Ficliixil Olnolnir lixercltCK Local Im.
lrncmoii(i.-lt'ralinl utul Hoclal
JintoH Inclillni; and llnro It'll Iiik.
On Tuesday niglitof Juno23rd,
tho regular monthly souiivVJsftiold
by tho Foreign CIiI'tcJi took'ljlitbo
at tho ivvideiico of L. Sovoiaueo.
Tho piogrntu opened with a piano
duet by Mrs. L. Turner and F. M.
"Wnkofiold and whs heurtily on
cored. Mr. Wakefield then sang
"Mrs. Henry Hawkins" by request
for which ho also received an en
core. Ho was accompanied on tho
piano by Mrs. Turner. Samuel
Peck of Olaa then rendered sovor
al choice selections on the zither
which showed that gontlomnu to
bo a musician away above tho
average. Tho social closed with
a shadowgraph burlesque on Ko
meo and Juliet. Tho actors ac
quitted themselves vory creditably.
Specinl mention is duo Oyril
Smith. Tho affair was well 'at
tended. Tho four masted sohoonor John
B. Tnllant, Capt. Hofflaud, sailed
into Hilo harbor, Juno 25, four
teen days from San Francisco.
She is loading sugar and expects
to cloar before tho first of July.
Tho Australia's mail camo in
this Friday a. m.
Today the schools in and about
Hilo closed for tho tegular sum
mer vacation. Tho programs at
tho different buildings wore car
ried out vory nicely and showed
that tho teachers had taken great
painB in teaching the youngsters
The closing exorcises at Haaheo
school, which is tinder tho man
agement of tho Misses Bose, were
vory woll attended and tho lengthy
firograin was appreciated by tho
argot number present.
At' tho Catholic school tho girls
went through n broom drill in a
manner which showed much train
ing. On Thursday night of this week
a party of Hilo young folks en
joyed n moonlight horseback ride,
after which they enjoyed a lunch
at tho Hilo Hotel whero they woro
tho guests of Misses Cunningham
Many improvements aro being
made on Front street.
J. D. Kennedy, tho watchmaker
and jeweler, has movod his place
of business to Front stroot. Jack's
new place looms up with its all
Iona's placo has also undorgono
Another butcher shop has been
erected on Front street.
Things in police circles aro
Tonight, Friday, J. K. Wilson
will take a party of frionda out
for n row up tho river in his now
iron boat tho Clnro.
Yachting is getting to bo quito
a pnstimo in Hilo. Any cloar
afternoon thoro may bo seon sov-
ornl of thorn skimming over tho
wator liko swans on a lnko.
J. A. Martin, who 1ms been on
tho sick list for tho past iivo
weeks, is out among his many
frionds onco again.
Sheriff Hitchcock hasrecoveied
from his leceut illness and ox
poets to bo out in a day or two.
The bridgo across tho Wainkoa
is undergoing a much needed
A troupo of Japanese aorobats
aro to give a circus this Friday
night. A largo tent-like structure
has boon erected on tho AVniakea
road, whore tho porformanco will
IlltlOllNllOll 111 UulllMII.
Caracas, Juno 18. Tho Govern
ment has received reports of a san
guinary encounter between Vene
zuelans nnd British settlers nt
Barunn, a frontior station in tho
disputed territory in Guiana,
Thoro is groat excitement hero,
and dotailsaro awaited by ollioials
A new outbreak of Mataboles
has staited in South Afriiw.
The Turks refuse to allow iuy
provisions to bo taken to the
thousands of Christian refugees
at Rotitno and other towns in
Crete. Grave fears are entertain
otl that nil tlieso helpless people
ill ho murdeied at tho i'ust op
portunity, uulosa tho appeal of
llio CJretnn committee to the
poweiH is granted nnd they are
Allowed lo tal;ptlio refugees on
Douru limps, j
Undor a recent act of Congress
tho Croe Indians aro ip bo deport
ed, by tho military, from Montana
to Canada. Somo of tho Indians
claim that they, as veil ns their
uhildron, nro citizens of, tho
United States and that thpy don't
want to go back, oven if "Canada
does grant full paulon for tho
part tho tribe took in tho Biol re
bellion. Twety-fivo sen lions havo boon
captured at Santa Barbara, Cal.,
for zoological gardons in London,
Berlin nnd Amsterdam. Thoy woro
all captured by meAns of a lasso. To
bo eligible for exhibition purposes
thoy had to bo young, not two
years old. Tho Santa Barbara
seal has tho reputation of liviuc
longor in captivity than those of
any other locality, and the Jnrdin
des Plautes at Paris has a speci
men capturecr- thoro fifteen years
ago. Each seal is placed in n
crato by itsolf and wot down fre
quently during transportation.
Each will consume on tho journoy
about fourteen pounds of fish
Tllh RALL iOiri.TIITIXi:.
ArrniiKcinentH Aliout Perfected Tlicro
Will 1)0 Two llntiil l'roncnt.
Tho committee in chnrgo of tho
arrnngomonts for the ball on
Friday oveniug have about per
fected all their plans and promise
lo carry tho affair to a successful
There will bo two bnnds, eaoh
composed of ten pieces. Ono will
play orchestral selections previous
to and between tho dances, and
tho other, composed mostly of
native muaioinns and singers,
will supply tho danco music.
Tho hall haB been thoroughly
cleaned nnd will bo handsomely
decorated by a special commit
tee. Tho floor committee was select
ed this morning but tho names
will not be mado public until nil
havo signified their acceptance of
Orchestral music will com
monco nt 8:30 p. m. and dnncing
nt 9. Tho lattor will bo kept up
until thoso in attendance get
enough. Thoro will bo a regular
program and oxtra dances as re
quired. It is tho nim of tho committee
in charge to mako tho occasion a
success in ovory way and an occa
sion long to bo reinombored.
Cinl of 'DihiiIch.
Mr. Wilburton, who has been
on Maui for tho past throe weeks
in tho interest of tho now Hawaii
an Directory, uow being compiled
by B. L. Finnoy of Honolulu,
wishos to extend thauks for tho
courtooiiB treatment received
during his trip. Especial thanks
aio duo tho following gentlemen:
Mr. Omsted, Hnua store; Dr.
McGottigan; Mr. Gjordrum; Mr.
P. MoLain, Mr. Gross, Mr. Qiinn
and Mr. Withrock.
'I lie limit lliico.
For tho six-oared sliding soat
racoon tho morning of tho Fouith
crows will bo entered by tho Myr
tle and Hoalani clubs. The prize
For tho whnloboat raco there
will bo fivo entries. Tho police,
prison guards, pilot's otiico, boat
boys and orow from tho U. S. S.
AdiuiiB will all try for $50 offored
by tho cominittoo.
ProreedliiK llofnro Juilco Do
Vorjrno Thl Mornlnir.
In tho District Court this
morning the caBO of J. Soabury,
charged with threatening another,
was nolle pros.'d.
Considerable tinio was taken up '
with tho trial of Jose F. Calasopa
for profanity. Tho trial hinged
on tho meaning of certain Portu
guese expressions used by tho do
tendiiut nnd when tho evidonco
for tho prosooution was nil in a
motion to dismiss una granted.
Ah Fook and )hun Kok, two
celestials charged with having
opium in possession, will be tried
this afternoon; as will N. Altrmiuu
on tho charge of assault with a
Ojiing Cheo ploaded guilty of
having opium i possession and
sentence will b& pronounced on
tho (3th, which will givo him n
chance to participate in tho Fourth
of July celebrations, as he is out
on $100 cash bail.
TiTi trial of J. G. Froobor for
selling ljquor in a saloon on Sunj
uny is soi xor xnursuay.
Hourickson ploaded guilty of
drinking liquor on liconsed pro
mises on Sunday, bentonco sus
Manuel Dorigos was tried for
assaulting Manuel Souza and
found guilty. Sontonco suspend
For stealing a bicycle bolong to
nnothor pake, Ahi wa3 sent to tho
reef for nino months and charged
S3 extra for tho costs of tho pro
ceedings in his case.
Proceeding lipid nt the Jlcetlnc I.ntt
Tho Hnwaiian Bowing Associa
tion hold their annual meeting
Inst ovening at the Hoalani Boat
House; Presidont A. G. M. Bobort
Bon in tho chair.
A communication was received
from tho Hawaiian committeo on
sports for tho Fourth of July cele
bration, inviting tho association to
tako charge of tho aquatic sports
on that day. Tho invitation was
An election of officers for tho
ensuing year was then hold, with
tho following result: A. G. M.
Bobortson, presidont; A. V. Gear,
vico-prosident; J. S. Low, secre
tary rind treasurer.
The following regatta committeo
wa8 appointed: W. E. AVnll,
chairman, W. C. Pnrko and J. S.
The regatta committeo was in
structed to procure cups for tho'
winning crows in the last champ
Tho third Saturday in Soptora
ber was selected as tho annual
rognttu day n.nd tho rogatta com
mitteo empowered to arrange an
elaborate program for that day.
KKV. r.YTHKK tJIiUl.HAN.
Your nt jnimloiinry
In Tliete IalnndN.
Bov. Father Emmoran of Hann
maulu, island of Ktuui, Hawaiian
islands, who was a guoBt at tho
parochial residoncejof Notre Dnmo
dos Viotoires- parish during tho
week, loft on Friday for Now
York, on roulo for Havre. Ho
will, whjlo in France, mako a stay
at tho mother houso of tho Con
gregation of tho Snored Heart,
Picpusions, Paris, of which com
munity ho is n member. Ho will
then proceed to Westphalia, Gor
many, whero ho goos to visit his
Father Emmoran has dovotod
tnonty-fivo yours to missionary
labors in tho Hawaiian islands,
hifl work boing spocially among
tho Portuguese and Kanakas, with
whoso laiiRUiicos ho is familiar, as
woll as with Gorman, French and
Spanish. Ho considors tho fiold
for missionary work in tho islands
piomising. Ho says it will tako
tuiio, but ho thinks tho Kanakas
will eventually bocotne Chmtinna.
IIo will loturn to his ohnigo in
tho niitnnin. Tlio Call, Juno 15.
In tho District Court this . Lending Australian papers pay P
Itemnrknlile l'lnrliic of the Aiotra
llniiTrnni lit i:nirliiil.
Loading Australian papers pay
more for cablegrams giving ac
counts of the Australian crickot
team's playing in England than
for those on items of momentous
Imperial policy and tho import
ant politics of Europe. Austra
lians havo good leason to bo
proud of their Flnon this season.
A Loudon dirtpateh of Juno G
gives a report of the match bo
tween the Australians and the
Gloucesteibhiro elevens continued
on that dny.
Donnau of the Australians bo
gnu with 25 to Iiib credit scored
the previous day, the famous
Giffen being at tho wickets with
him. Giffen went out after scor
ing 25, tho scoro being 125 for
two wickets. Grab Am coining in
waB bowled for 3, when Grogory
took his plnco and tho partnership
betweon him and Donnnn lasted
an hour and a half, yielding n
score of 108. Gregory had made
(ii of these when given out by leg
boforo wicket. Donnnn was
stumped eventually nftor Imving
compiled 87. When tho stumps
woro drawn for tho day there wero
nino wickets down for 378 runs. "
On tho following day tho Austin- .
lianB concluded their first innings
for 382. W. G. Grace, tho votoran
crickoter of England, had bowled
threo wickets at a cost of 50 runs.
E. M. Grace took two for 45, and
Mnrch two for 52.
With 272 runs to tho bad Glou
cestershire began their socond
innings. W. G. Grace played a
brilliant gamo for (36 whou ho was
caught out, tho scoro boing threo
wickots for 122. Trumblo, ono of
the Australian bowlers, was prno-
ticauy unpiayaoio, tuo last six
wickets being disposed of within
'10 minutes. The innings closed
for a total of 181, Australia thus'
,winniug thonintuh by an innings'
and )i runs. Trumblo in tno sec
ond innings took Bix wickots fjor
81, and Giffen threo wickots
Out of eight matches played up
to Juno 6, the Australians ban
won six nnd two woro drawn.
l're t'lub Illsh Jluka.
At the receut high jinks of
San Francisco Press Club,
perior Judge J. O B. Hobbnrd
gave an address on Kutiukninuki,
an ancient Hawaiian lighter. Tho,,
speech closed with a beautiful
poem, the skull of tho nnciont
islandor boing oxhibitod beforo
him as ho spoke. With tho skull
was an inscription, reading:
Died in Hattlo in 1795. r"
Presented to ,. .
Tho Press Club of San rranoitcj
June 0, 1800. , '
Tho Hnwaiian airs tendered by
tho quartet in couueotion with the)
presentation woro received witht'1
Tho Ilclay Knee.
A special meeting of tho Hono
lulu Athletic Club was hold Inst
ovoning, which resulted in tho
solection of tho folowing teams
for the relay raco on tho morning
of tho Fourth:
Toam No. 1 Geo. Angus, (cap
tain), Damon, Lishmnn, Silva and
Toam No. 2-H. A. Giles (cap
tain), Johnson, Sylvostor, Bond
and Geo. Paris.
Team No. 3 B. A. Dexter (cap-. ,.
tain), Mnrtiu, King, Belmont nnd$
Ilmtiillnii llnrdxiitrc t.'oiiipun).
The eaglo belonging to tho Ha
waiian Hardware Company doosa
littlo screaming in nnothor
column today, and iucidontally
montions tho merits of tho Tri
buno wheels and tho virtues of
tho Blue Flamo Coal Oil Stoves.
Sporting. By tho Martha DaviB
which arnvodihiB morning a com
pleto lino of Swting supplies for
tho coinintr soason woro recoived
by Messrs. Castlo it Qooko.