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H KVKN1N0 TtUTiTiKTlM, AUCHJ8T 4, 1807, U
ONLY FOUND ON THE
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which we offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Comer Fort and King Streets.
S. W. LEDEIIUH,
Jt- r l rirt si ll'
8- Sold Oli cap
? Highest Cash Pricu paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Hub just received duecc
from London a stock of tho
famous F. H. Ayro'e Lawn
Tennis Rackets, used at the
EdrIibIi, Irish, Scotch and
Welsh Championship meet
ings. An inspection is soli
cited. Always ou hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Turoputch
Guitars, Ukuleles, Hawaiian
Sheet Music, Hawaiian Pho
tographic Yiows, LaaJ uml
Sea Shells, Hawaiian Fans in
groat variety, Ourios, etc., etc.,
Sooks, Stationery and office
Prices Always Higtfi
Corner King and Nuu
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for Cash U
Received pep . . Australia
The following list of Fresh Goods:
Richmond Straight Cut, in quartor
All There, Etc., Etc.
Also, a general assortment of
Fresh Smoking and
of different Brands. '
FOR SALE AT THE
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE,
DR. G. WALDO BDRGESS,
Physician and SurgBDn,
Iluldcncc; 433 Punchbowl Slnlt.
liouiiB; 3 U S aid 7 r. m. Tbi. 8fi3.
ahbivai OP THU vannottoHK,! tl
witrtkH an w H nimniin.
NhnonT I.ana I. Wnnlii In (load itnd
Can't Hot Nt-Ktiontr
VlklUK !. Tad.
The Bteamer IIolouo is duo from
The bark Coylon is loading
sugar at Ocoanio wharf.
Tho schooner Viking sailed for
San Francisco in ballast early this
Tomorrow, high tidn largo 8:45
ninjliigh tiiloHiimll 7:15 p m; low
tido large 1:03 a m; low tide small
'2:55 p in.
Tlio steamer Noenu brought
1205 bags of Ilonokaa planta
tion sugar and 30 head of cattle
from Koirn this morning.
Tho American ship Commodore,
Davidson master, 11 days from
San Francisco in ballast, docked
at Pacific Mail wharf last night
and will commence to load sugar
for the Now York refinery as soon
us her ballast is discharged. Cap
tain Davidson is accompanied by
Tho American barkeutino W H
Dimond, Nilsou master, 18 days
from San Francisco with a general
cat go docked at Allen street lust
night. Sho brings 850 tons of
gcuoral merchandize. Among the
principal shipments aro the fol
lowing: MOO lbs beans, 10,81)0
lbs middlings, 25 b'uls salmon,
52,910 lbs bran, 29(53 lbs bread,
3500 lb meal, 155 cs canned
goods, 4200 lbs lard, 22 bales
leathor, 23,986 lbs soda, 302,000
lbs fertilizer, 11,876 lbs and 80
bags powder, 8 cs fuse, 50 bales
hay, 18 pkgs dry goods, 4103 lbs
rolled barley, 5215 lbs barley,
8091 lbs corn, 14 ctls wheat, 070
gals and 15 csks beer, 100 ch coal
oil, 10,000 lbs white lead, 500 gals
oil, 13,300 lbs manufactured to
bacco, 2500 lbs oleomargarine,
8SG2 lbs sugar.
Tho American barkentino S G
Wildor, McNeil master, 10 dnys
from San Francisco, came in last
evenine nnd docked at Brewer's
with about 950 tons of general
merchandize consigned to Sohaef
or & Co. Among tho leading
shipments are the following: 17
cs hardwure, 16 cs boots and
shoes, 3 pkgs soap, 125 cs dry
goods, G6 cs hats and caps, 590 lbs
toa, 430 cs canned goods, 77 pkgs
lard, 100 bbls flour, 92,502 lbs
bran, 2837 lbs middlings, 6181 lbs
corn, 40G8 lbs beans, 738 bales
hay, 13,200 lbs bread, 117 ctls
wheat, 8472 lbs oats, CO bbls lime,
8310 lbs rolled barley, 10 bbls
salmon, 1260 gals wiue, 5130 lbs
barley, 2000 lbs and 6 cs manu
factured tobacco, 9G50 lbs sugar,
17,500 lbs salt, 3785 ft lumber, 34
The owner oftho yachtLenaLhas
been notified that a provisional
register for the islauds will bo
granted her by tho Minister of
Foieign Affairs. A register io
necessary in ordor to permit tho
Lena L to bo a public carrier.
Her American registor was sur
rendered to tho Consul General
of the United States upon her salo
by her lato owners to Messis
Henry Viitu &uu Harry Evans of
tho police department. Collector
Gunmal Castle, howovor, has re
fused to issue a coasting licouso
under such provisional register, as
he holdd that the Lena L being in
a homo port must perfect a per
manent register. A permaueut
register is objected to for somo
reason by tho govornraont and
unlosB somo arrangements will bo
made tho Lena L will bo tied up
indefinitely ir ouly used for pii
vato purposes tho same as other
For Eapaa, nor stmr James
Makoe, Aug 3 J Bush, S W Mo
houla, W K Naipo, MibS Flora
For Kauai, per strar'W G Hall.
Aug 3 A Droier, O J Fishol, Mrs
llugus, Mihs Ella Day tou, J K
Farley, Mr StovonB, Mrs Stovpns,
Misri E Day Ion, O Newman,' T II
Gibson, Miss Jouph, E Omsted,
J 13 Hauaiko, J S McCandless, J
Anderson, A H Turner, S P Cor
nui and Augusta Kaus.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, weok or month. Torms: 25
and CO coiits per night, il, and
$1.26 per week.
TfP.nniT, Attn &
Am tktn B O Wilder, McNeil, Iram Ban t
Am fcktn W 11 Dimond, Nllian, from 8n
Am lilp Commodore, DirlJonti, from 8n
WitiNPiDAT, Auk 4.
fltmrNocau, I'elcrnon, Irora lUwill,
Am eclir Viking, Pctcmoti, forBnFrn-
Ex Vix nil-4,305 ba II 8 Co U(!r for
Irnln .t Co, 30 head cattle lor MutrMcat
VFH8KI.J IN 1011 1
UBS Marlon. Hook, Han Dli-so, March 19.
UBS miHduIphln, Cotton, Han Diego, April
11 1 J M 8 N'antnn Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
II 11 M 8 PeiiBiiln, Held, FIJI.
II IJ M 8 ll.jcl, Wyuinura N'agiyorM, SF.
(Coasters not Included In thlu'llst.)
Am bktn Jane I. Htanlmil, Johuson, New
castle. HrKhlp Ilrentilldn, llnxter, Mterpnol.
Haw hk It P Itlllief, 'Ihompeon, 8 F.
Ocr ship It KOladc. llntsloop, Bremen.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, Seattle,
Am bktn V II Dimond, N'ilson, San Fran
cisco. Am bktn 8 0 Wilder, McNeil, San Fran
cisco. Am ship Commodore, Davidson, San Fran
cisco FOItEMN VF83E1.S EXPECTED.
Vc9cls Wlicrolrom Due
Am bktn Echo....Pui:U Sound July
Am Hchr Eslher l)uhne....Eurika....July
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt (iamble ...July
Am sclir I,onlbim....l'iii;i;l Sound. .July
Am sclir Itobcrt Scarlcs Pui;et Sound July
Am "hr.Moln ,8 V July
Hnu hk Ai.drew Welch ...,8F July
Ur bk Woolvhra... .Newcastle Aug
Am nchr Aloha 8 F Aue
Am bk Adam , W Spies, .... N Y .... October
KINO. In this city. Angust 3, 1607. Mabel,
daughter of 0. W. It. and Amy L. King,
aed 13 years.
Relatives and friends of tho family arc
Invitid to atlend the funeral from the
residence of her mother, Nuuanu street,
at 4 p. m. today.
In a Jluucli of Uuuiii,
Large spiders, and small reptiles
have, occasionally, been brought
to Montreal in bundles of bana
nas, but the higher order of ani
mals aro not often introduced to
the city in this way. Mr. B.
Mussen, of Wtirk Bros., the fruit
erers, on Sherbrooke street, was,
therefore, surprised to find, last
week, a small opossum among
some bananas. It seems to be
tho species known as tho Ashy
Opossum (Didelphys cinereai,
which is not larger than a small
rat, and probably comes from
The specimen is a female, nnd
sho has brought with her a family
of six or eight young opossums,
which, though born, as ib usual in
this order of animals, in a very
undeveloped state, have survived
their hap-hazard voyage, and
some of them, it is to be hoped,
will reach maturity in their new
home. Mr. Mussen has placed
the little creature in tho Natural
History Society's Museum on
University street, where it can be
seen by visitors during tho noxt
few days. Montreal Witness.
Keeping It Durk.
Why peoplo como long distances
to buy at tbo Falama Grocory.
Reason No. 1 Becauso one cus
tomer tolls anothor how much
thny saved by dealing at this live
and let livo establishment. Boa
son No. 2 Because tho saviug
from their grooery bill helps them
to pay their house rent. If you
don't boliovo what our customers
say, just givo us a call and bo con
vint'o. IlAitnv Cannon, '
Polama Grocory, Oppoaito Bail
Tol. 755,ovory time. Goods de
l.omloti nml II l.lmin.
I(iu1(ii i, i'i IkiiiIxIiik In iiih a
cry iitlyiiinl fnlili!i Dial tliciu lit !
Icllliiff in mhntKH wlidlicr a vlniKir
will bo iKiiorod or "taken up.' Vn
tiuifao n tremeiiiloiin fumt ovrr noma kcc
ond rata rclchrltjr who eicfti only in
blowing hli own trumpet, whllo tho
nl enplro uakcrx aro aotrintlmet al
lowed to como mid ko tttitiollccd. For
olid nnd Well plnntietl progrcM aohlnved
with tho moat limited rcKourccR there
linn been nothing Rlnco tho dnyn of Oltvo
to bent tlint of tho Niger company. Tho
ln.it llttln rampnlgn aiiniunt tho Kon
lnlm virtually dooldwl the question of
aupremnry over n popnlatiou citimntcd
nt 8,000,(100 or 10,000,000 of tho most
wnrllko of Afrlcnn nnttvet nnd a conn
try of inimcimo piitciitlnlltlcH. Tho vic
tory wits nchluvcd by a fow luinilrcdH
of black troops led by it linudful of Kng
llsli olllcerit, It viih us Niniflcant in its
way us Plaiwy, but when tho orgniiizur
of victory, Hlr Ocorgo Ooldlc. lenclit'd
Loiulou a fow lines in sninll typo on an
insido p.tun of Tho Times v,vru nil that
ho (,'ot. Wo do not regret this. Neither,
wo nro Btiro, does Sir Ueorno Goldio. It
is better to let things dtiuilop quietly In
thatpaitof tho world, but when olio
recollects thu K""'ttci nuil medals nml
distinctions dovotul to compatntively
nnimportant skirmishes in India and
clsowbero it mines queer ideas ns to our
national discrimination. Loudon Sut
Old Samptunrj Laws.
Mr? Bnrdctt-Contts, M. P., iu mi ad
dress delivered beforo tho English Uni
versal Cookery and li"ood us.sociatiou,
called attention to tho tmmptuaiy laws
of tho fifteenth century. Then it was
enacted that, food being necessary to
tho sustenance of man, tho seller had no
light to nsk his own price, but it was
tbo duty of tho stato to fix it. In thu
flamo century equal snpervifelou wus ex
orcised over cooks. They wcro ordered
to mako thoir meat "well soasoned and
wholcsomo nnd poll it for u reasonable
winning, mid that they toboil or rein ko
no meat in hurt of tho king's people."
Tho mayor of n town iu thoso days, up
on entering ofllce, was obliged to swear
that bo would exercito vigilant super
vision over bakers, browers, tavern
keepers, cooks uud such people. This
wus no perfunctory oversight, but tho
official exercised his authority witli
groat sovority iu cases wlicro cooks uud
dealers in food and drink failed of their
Of courho they w cro both dear friends
of the girl under discussion. Fcmiuino
critics nro always dear ft lends of tho
ones they rriticise.
"Sho has such a lovely disposition, "
Bald tho first dear friend.
"And f-ho is such a brilliant talker,"
said tho hecoud dear friend.
"Sho is getting n littlo old," said the
first dear friend, " but I seo no roabou
why sho shouldn't get married, provid
ed" "Yes?" said tho second dear friend
"provided," continued tho first
dear friend, with nn air of deep cot.com,
"sho over meets a blind man."
"Yes. Isn't it too bad?" returned tho
second dear friend. Chicago Post
Ono who nccubtoms himself to think
of pnro nud holy things, who sets his
affections on things nbovo and strives
to reach whatever things aro lovely, will
grow upward toward tho things ho loves
nud thinks upon. Put ono who lets his
mind turn habitually to debasing
thiugs, things unholy, unclean, sensual,
will find his wholo soul bending down
ward nnd growing toward tho earth.
J. It. Miller, D. D.
A Iiftt Chance.
"Help, help!" cried tho drowning
man. "I am drowning I"
"Jovol What an opportunity!" cried
tho roportcr on th shoro, whipping out
his notebook. "Quick, tell iuo your ton
sations, and I'll givo you a send off in
noxt Sunduy's paper."
But it wus too late. Tho man had
gono down for tho third timo. Hur
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exehnnso Old Stand.
First Class JVIeals, - - 25c
New Coots and Now Waiters,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEA.BURY,
Comer King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I,
Mrs. A. SCuMeii. Proprietress.
Rooms Eusuite and Slnglo, with
Board, fnun $5 50 per weak, according
to requirement? of thu guests.
The ouly Unof Promutunle Garden
lu the city. M ltd. &UHMEDEN,
v. I II
Notion Is hereby given that statu,
uionts of all peiHonul accounts will bo
I-cuetl monthly lusteud of quarterly,
as heretofore. .1. ri MAKl'lN.
Honolulu, July 80, 1887. 072 4t
In best "icwly-nindc"
you're iiillci nlnad
of a cheap tailor nun,
Blocks abend of tho
We know them both,
'causo turning now leaves
brought thorn to us.
Itendy to prove It to you
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Beimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
loilepunileflCB Park Pavilion
I will sell at public wile on SEP
TEMIiER 9, 1897, if not oouer dis
poned of nt private h1c, all of the
Bulldlngf known us "Inilep-iideuco
Park Pavilion " If bo delred by In
tending iiurelmnprs tho largo Dining
room may bt sold sciiaratfly tioin the
Main Building. Also, at the came
time uud pine 12 doz Folding Chulrs,
Tables, Washstun is, Water Pipes,
etc. Term-: $100 or un cr, citsh:
over S100, cu-li or 00 div with unoJ
approved notes drawing 8 percent In
terest The above buildings and mn
teiials to be removed wltlib 30 days
from date of tale. The premixes will
at all times be open for inspection.
657 lm J. N. WRIGHT.
Yee Sing Tie
Of all kinds.
Fort Street, opp. Club Stables
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Berotanift & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Teed
Of nil Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatees
Always on Hand.
Sorghum Seed, Alfalfa Seed,
Kock Salt, Eto , Etci
Assigneo's Notice of Piling Accounts,
The undersigned, the assignee In
Bankruptcy of the Ettntn of H. F.
Pour, gives notice that he bus llltd in
the Circuit Court, First Circuit, his
accounts as such Affimiee uud has
asked for the approval of the s tm and
a discharge, and an order to pay the
first and tlnul dividend lu the estate,
uud lint hearing im tlio name Iiuh been
set for MONDAY, August 9, 1897, ut
10 a m., of that day.
Dated at Hoi oliilu, Julv .11, 16I7.
JOHN b COLBURN,
Asslgilro of tho Estute of II. F.
Poor, u Bankrupt. 673 7t
Eleotion of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
the John II Extate, Limited, held July
22, 1897, tbo following oHIchih wre
eltoted to fctrve until tho next annual
President Henry Holmes
First Vice-President.... J, A. Mugoou
Second Vice President.. IreiiHH Brown
Treasurer and Manager.. C. A. Brown
Secretary s M. Ballou
S. M. BALLOU.
074 3t Secretary.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Young street, town shlo of
Thomas fciiuare, New House of six
rooms, including parlor, three bed
rooms, dining-room uud kltcheu, buth
am, servant's room, sheds and out
bouses. Lot Oo feet Iroul by 151 feet
deep, garden and fruit bearing trees.
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply on
premises, or to
at M. 8. Orlnbaum & Co.'s.
Subscribe for the Evk.nino Boii
lktin 75 coats par month,
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