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jjVijNlNQ UUtitjIillN, AlJ?ttgT 7. IHD7,
Bjr Authority. 'DASTARD 000LIES' WORK
Publio Lands Olllco.
On MONDAY, Auk. SM, nl id . in,,
itl thn ufflee ill CIim. WltllHitin, llo
linhnii, will he iirii lor npptlt'Ml lonn
iimlcr tiMvU'oiift ot I.iuhI Act for
HlRhtnf I'tireliiw, bni' niul IVIi
l'rhliU nr iimlcr i""lrtl IVrnu in
to i ii'ilrtllim niul Improvement.
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I'nr Um niul (in tier imrlli'iiluiP,
Hpply to dm". WHIIkiii, MniinltHH,
or til Hit' nlltce of I'lililln 11 ii ft, Ilium
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Sl?3 Ejeiio$ Bunecii),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, AUG. 7, 1SD7.
VERY S D.
Profound gloom Inn overspread
llio community itt tlio new.s uf tin
death of tlio gonial rcpreBnntn
livo of the good Quwii Vicloi in
in ilnnidulu. It is ii strmuo vori
liciition of tlio s tying, "In the
midst of life wo mo Jn
doiith," tlmt tho death of
Ciiptnin Hiiwos h tlio third
bertrnverueut tlmt three nations
fi loudly to llnwiiii htivo (unstained
lit this cupitnl in h httlo more
than two yours. ItensouH lire
gion in the fuctn of CouimisBiou
er Hnwes' life.hero nnd elflewhoro,
why his losa flhould be generally
mourned. Besides tho? reasons
it may be meutioned, on good au
thority, that the departed repre
sentative of the British sovereign
has done what he could here to
preserve the amieable relations of
this little country with his great
nation. Ho cnuio here in a try
ing period, when u number of
his eouutrymeu wore in cliQl
culties with this country of
their adoption. It is known that
he has endeavored to have the
cninplaintB of his fellow-subjects
adjusted without bringing extreme
measures to bear. Though dead
his good oflices in that regard will
still spoalc, aud justico will be
done to any who have a good
bnsis to their grievances. As a
genial man of affairs, the incarna
tion of British hospitality, the
community will long regret Com
It will be ro.nomboied that tho
Supremo Court of tho United
States a few mouths ago decided
that contract labor was not uncon
stitutional in the case of sailors.
On the head of that tho Sailors'
Union of Sau Francisco declined
ti eiitei the louituolJuly uaiado,
feeling that it would be tin impo
sition to inflict their prosence up
on tho free men who would, on
that occasion, celebrate their free
dom aud renew their allegiance to
tbodo principles which have made
nations and men great. It was
put in audi words b the Uuiou's
faecretnry in answer to the grand
marshal's invitation. Iteally the
Judiciary docs not soem to have
hewn to the lino iu excepting
sailors from all other classes ot
laborers who canuot be legally
Lold to any actB of involuntary
servitude which they may com
mit. Al llio Tlirnlre.
Katie I'utnam will appear this
oveniug iu "Tho Old Lime. Kiln."
The play is strong, intense and
entertaining, throe attributes that
havo nindo it popular and success
ful. Tho characters aie true to
nature. Tho Hues aro vigorous
aud natural. Miss Putnam de
serves great praiso fur ulover work
in this play, which is thought by
many to be her best production.
First-class repair work only is
turned out by tho Hawaiian Cycle
A- Manufacturing Co., 1)12 Fort
frtreot. They have tho vory best
of skillod workmon.
Ij.utmw, Aug. I, 18U7.' .Man
nger Carloy of tlio Maul Teln
phonu IK coiihIiIoib Lahalim on
titled to an improved system nml
is busily ounngrd in arranging
his switchboard in n Central
olllco ho will establish hero. Un
der the old system, with nil in
struments on oue line, many an
noyances wero suffered by sub
scribers. Sonndinir ouo bell
I sounded nil ami more ofton than
' otherwise all the earphones would
jump Iioiii tlieir hrnckota in n
strangely simultaneous manner.
Not uufrequi ally ii speaker found
himself Hturtlod with "I tlmt
really soV or "Who would hnvo
thought it now?" This is chang
ed. We may speak confidentially,
in confidoncn. Let us rejoice.
Mrs. F. H. Hnystldon nnd
family aro spending a few days iu
Mr. L. A.- Ohoy, an esteemed
member of our Citizens' Guard
and a ornck shot, leaves
with his family for an extend
ed visit to tho Celestial Empire.
Ho will spend a few days first in
Honolulu. Bon voynge, Li Ohoy.
The Olowalu eleotiio pumping
plant does not work vory satisfac
torilv. There seems to be a lack
of water supply without which it
Captaiu A hi bom's steam pump,
erected under Mr. E. Eopko's
supervision, works withont a hitch
and is forcing a volumo of wator
from a seemingly inexhaustible
6 up ply.
Judge Halstcad of Wailuku
came over last week to hoar a case
in court L. A. Ohoy vs. W. Y.
Horner Judge Kahaulolio being
disqualified. The result was u
judgment for plaintiff nnd an ap
peal to tho Circuit Court by W.
Y. Horner. Counsel for plaintiff,
Mr. George Hons; Mr. Horner
conducting bis own defense.
A very pleasant evening was
spent by n few in a social
way at Lthai laluua, where Miss
Ward aud Miss Ostrora are spend
ing a few days. Tho moon was
one of the main factors of tho
For variety, a gang of China
men amused themselves at Eaaua
pali today by assnultiug tlieir luua,
John Fisher, with hoes, stones
and anything handy. They wero
quiet successful as far as tlieir
own amusement weut, but thn
poor luua was very much cut up
about it, more particularly about
tho head, feet aud arms. After
pounding tho man into uncon
sciousness to death as they
thought he was thrown into n
ditch, where he was found and
carried to a safe place some time
after. His body was terribly
bruised nnd lo ir in a vory weak
condition. The man luckily is
possessed of wonderful vitality
uud may survive his rough treat
raeut. Five of his twelve assail
ants are now in jail awaiting tho
remedial proscription that is pro
vided by law in such cases.
Notice la hereby given tlmt the fol
lowing catrityM have been lmpnnmltd
In the Government Pound at Muklkl,
1 By Mnre branded W on tho left
neck, wlilie spot ou t lie forehead,
front legs nUck and hind .legs white.
1 Grey Colt without brand.
Anil If huoIi eslrays aro not clulmed
ami all pound ohtirgep sutlnlleil on or
before SATURDAY, Aug. ill, 1&97, at
112 o'olouk noon, tlio stuno will lie sold
on that date uud hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. G, 1897.
Having been this day appointed by
Her Majesty thn Queen Dowager Ka
ploluul, as Agent (Konohikl) of the
Fisheries of Huimuuia uud Awawa
malu, obtained by her under leaee
from the Trustees of the B. P. Binhop
Estate, extending from Makapuu
Point to Koko Head to the South of
this Island, I hereby warn all from
fishing in or trespassing upon the
same without first obtaining permis
sion. Anyone disregarding thin notice
will be prnneciited to the fulloil ex
tent of tho law.
Honolulu, July 28, lb'J7. 07121m
The Kcwalo Bicycle Track,
to be known as Cyclomerc
Park, Is at last a reality and
"not a dream," thanks to the
energy and enterprise of Mr.
Desky, and will be opened
with a grand meet next month,
and all the young men and
perhaps also the lovely girls
will want to try their luck on
it. In anticipation of increased
sales on bicycles we have
quietly laid in a good stock of
Tiibune Bicycles than which
there is none better in the
market. The Tribune is now
recognized in the United States
as the best; it is the favorite
with all the society people and
business men all over the
Union, and our own American
Minister rides one. Recent
advices announce a cut in
prices of low grade, but the
strictly high grade wheels still
sell readily at the former list
price. We have made better
arrangements with the manu
facturers, wherebv we are en
abled to sell the Tribune bicy
cles at list price $100, and
invite all intending purchasers
of wheels to come and inspect
our stock before going else
where. We have ladies and
gentlemen's road wheels, racers
and all models manufactured
by the celebrated Black Aanu
facturing Co. We also carry
the Columbus, Columbus
Juvenile for Boys and Girls,
B & H Special, Zimmy and
Stormer, which are sold ex
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockels' Bank
Her Comedy Company
" THE OLD LIME KILN."
Seuts for the week can be secured
at Wull, Kh-lioh Company
Florida Peach Irees
can secure them by
leaving ordors with
e. w. Jordan;
8.W Till September. Delivery dur
ing Dfecinhcr. 077-lm
. . . STILL LEADS
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Pacific Cycle k Manufacturing Co.,
ISole Agents for tlie Islands.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
For Rent or Lease.
HotiMe on Kewaln street, containing
three tiiMlrooma, parlor, kitchen, illn
lmuml bathroom'!. All newly repair
ed, Apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
877-1 w Next Post Olllce.
House of neveii rooms with pantry,
bathroom, stable uud cerviiut'H room,
BlUmteil ou the corner of Punchbowl
ami Heretuuhv street. Apply to
J. G. SILVA,
1)77-1! W8 At lib lew & Co.
When planted for soiling purposes cause the
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
CJwuanto- TUnri ching-.
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
$g For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Tel ephone 121.
jWMMi WWW iM0UkMTWT
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand an invoice- of the Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra strong, Eye and Blade forged from
PLOWS Breakers, Double Furrow, Subsoil, Rico.
HOWE'S SCALES The boat iu the world.
BRUSHES Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
WIRE DOOR MATS Windmill and Oistorn Pumps.
VISES, PIPE GUTTERS Norton's Jaok Screws, 8 aud 10 tons.
VACUUM OILS Anothor iuvoico just rocoivod.
Our New Suiting and
Linen Crush ciuinot be
excelled anywhere in tho
city either for Prices,
Quality or Style.
Wo Guarantee Satisfaction.
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Felepuone 641. P. O. Box
3 We Can Handle J
some more collections; we are
micthiK Hltli great success
wlikh moans success to our
patrons. Drop us a cunt and
we will cull. It will bo to
BUCK & MASON,
Coll'ting & Adv't'sing Ag'cy,
217 .Merchant Street.
SARATOGA being no louder a pub
lic reaort, tho troprietreM will be glad
to lot tho whole or part (with board if
Uetilroil or light uouBeUeoplug), to
private families wishing u healthy
summor resort. For terms, uildroni
P. 0. Itox 218, or on the piemlHea.
1 To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Homo, the Roxtuurant will reopen
with a Free Dlnuer served In llrst
clans style. Meals, single, '2ria; tickets,
$1.50. Opou from 5 a. in. to 7 p ra.
057-1 m Proprietor,
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
Ohce: 207 Mkrluiam Sibet,
Furniture and Pianos caro
Baggage ChecM at Your Home.
C3W1UNQ US UP.
Evening JluUctin, 75c. jicr month.
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