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She Siotomim (Eatcndar.
JULY 26, 1S9L
So M Itu I wTh IV Satllloon's Phases
JL- 3 4 6 G 7 1 Kew Moon,
l.jii ilUiiiilFhst Quarter,
JSil iZiilii Full XlLf
22,23 24 25 2G 27 2S July 17.
29 30 j .111 ; Julv 25.
VOItEIGX JIAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrve
from San "Francisco and other foreign
porta, on or about the following dates,
till the close of 1S94.
LeATR HoifOLCUjjDtJE AT Ho.VOI.CUJ
for San 'FaANctsco.lFx. San Francisco
or Vancouver, oa Vancouver.
Australia Jnne23jAastraIa..-.Jnne 16
Monowai , . . ..June 2aa?a June 23
Warrimoo.... July 1 Manposa July 5
Australia. :...duiy".!l aaiia.... uuit i-
Almla Jnlv2G!arrinioo.. .July 23
Arawa, Aug. 1 IMonowai. . Apg. 2
Australia.... Aur. lSusiraua....Aug. n
Mnnnosa Anp.23 Arawa Aug. 23
Warnmocr. ... Sept. 1 Alameda .... Aug. 30
Anstralia Sent- 15 Australia Aept.S
Monowai.... Sept. 22 Warrimoo.. .Lept.23
Arawa Oct. 3 Jianposa .... i-epi. -
Anatedia Oct. 10 Australia .. . .Oct. 6
Alameda Oct. IS Arawa.' Oct. 23
.'Warrimoo.... Nov. TMonowai ....Oct. 2
Anstralia ...Nov. 10 Australia Nor. I
Mariposa Nov. 15 Alameda Nov. 29
Arawa Dec. 1 Warrimoo.. .Nov. 23
Australia Dec. S Australia Dec. 2
Monowai ....Dec 13iMariposa....-Dec. 20
Warriinoo Dec 30 Arawa Dec 22
(Australia.... Dec 31
VESSELS IN I'OKT.
; U S-SPhiladclphia, Barker. -T
u.H M S Champion, Itooke, Vancouver.
M ERCIIANTM EN. .
Am hk S 0 Allen, Thomson, San Francisco
Bktno W II Dimond. San Francisco.
Gorship Marie Hnckfield, Kruse, L'Fool.
Hk Andrew Welch, Drow, San Francisco.
Bk Albert, Griffiths, San F-rancisco.
Bktne Planter. Dow. Lnysan island.
Am bktno S N Castle, Hnbbaftl, San Fran.
Schr 11 W Bartlett, Laysan Island.
Sohr Aloha, Dabcl, San Francisco.
'I'OKEIGX VESSELS EXPECTED.
Am bk W S Phelps . . .Gray's liar. . . .Doe
Schr Allen A S F (Mah) dun
Sohr Robert Lowers. .. Gray'H'b'r Dne
Bark It V Ritchet Sau Fran. ..Jnly 23
Bark Annie Johnson . S F(Hilo)...Jnly 20
BarkSentn Liverpool.. July 30
CASS Arawa N S W.... Aug. 1
OSS Mariposa S Fx. . Au g. 2
Am bk Amy Turner. . .New York. . Aug. 2
O S S Australia San F Aug. 11
Brbk Alexandra Newcastle Aug. 14
It M S S Mariposa . . . .Sydney . . . . Ang. 23
Bk G N Wilcox.... Middlesborough.Aug25
F MSSChina Sau Fran... .Sept: 3
Bark Koutcnbeck Liverpool... No v. 23
In this oity on the 25th inst., to the wife
of C. Mett, a son.
In this city on the 24th inst., to the wife
of Thomas Hollinger, a son.
Tho Councils still oxistand the
hiwrmakors mot this afternoon.
Tho bark E. P: Eithot' is now
fully due hero from Sau Francisco.
Morgan will hold a sale of con
fiscated merchandise at his sales
room tomorrow morning. .
Tho trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will hold a special meet
ing on Saturday morniug
Tho Crosconts and Hawaiis.are
billed to play ball at the "Recre
ation gronuds on next Saturday
Commissions issued under past
Ministers of tho Hawaiian gov
ernment expire, by limitation, on
Tho bktno Irmgard, Captain
Schmidt, arrived iu port here
yesterday afternoonSlTdays fronT
LooTong a well known hack
nian has been arrestod'on a charge
of assault on Gideon West. A
dispute-over omo "business mat
ter was the cause of. the atVrav.
It is stated that.-J Franklin
.Brown, tho noted mind-reader
and hypnotist, will visit Hono
lulu ia- tbo near future. . Mr.
Brown is reported to bo possess
ed of wonderful powers.
, Tho members of tho Boards of
Registration aro reported to be
nearly all prostrated from, over
work. A copte6fhWdred gov--ernmont
ed as voters.
There is no necessity aay longer
to call on youk neighbour for "a
little puro poi." Bingup joar tele
phone ad (Jail "tfataaT 571
or "Bell" MB, awl L. Wileox
will fnraiah yoa with ike healtky
staff ia aay qanniity toinrit. Try
a poi cocktail.
Tho Alameda brings no news.
The Alameda left this port at
3 p. m.
A number of sports leave for
Hanauma tomorrow morning on
a fishing excursion.
Yida is among the
safe to say that "the
narty it is
During this warm weather it
is right to instruct the thirsty
public that two framing beakers
of cool, golden Enterprise beer
may be had at the Pantheon for
a single quarter.
There was a large attendance
of members at the Mannerchoer
meeting last evening. Yarioas
solos and part songs were sung
with good effect and showing an
It is rumored that C. H. Dickey
will be appointed judge of the
second Circuit Court. The dis
charge of a Hawaiian and the
filling of the fat position with a
member of the fumity compact is
truby characteristic. Mr. Dole
is as short-s'ghted ns he is vain.
Iu spite of the great strike in
America and Dole's Eepublic in
Hawaii, Chilton has kept his
razors in order. And he shaves
you without reference to political
opinion, and makes yon look like
a now man when he gets through..
The returns presented within
the last twenty-four hours, show
that two now arrivals have pre
sented themselves to public notice
and, in that short time, have be
como entitled to all the prospec
tive rights of Hawaiian citizen
ship, without registering or tak
ing any oath. Mothers and boys
are all doing well
It has been a great pleasure to
owners of stock to see Mr. Eowat,
V. S., in town again. The doc
tor lid not come alone. He
brooght with him the famous
stallion "Stock Chief." Tho ser
vices of this magnificent horse
can be secured on application
and Dr. Eowat has placed tho
horse at $25 for service with re
turn privileges. The community
is to bo congratulated on the fact
of having a competent veterinary
They all talk about baseTwril,
and cricket, and tonnis and every
onaof the games is unsuitable to
this cliraato and to our tempera
ture. Let us play billiards! To
do so in private houses a table is
necessary. As a rule it is too
expensive for the average citizen
to get one. Uow, the I. X. L.
offers a table in good condition
with balls and cues at a very
reasonable figure. Clip your
sugar coupons, old chappies, and
see Sam Ledorer and his billiard
A PLEASING SIGN.
Tho Advertiser t brimming over
with temperance and virtue, has
taken up tho causo of prohibition
and from time to timo publishes
correspondence advocating the
closing of saloons. "We "fully"
agree with the official organ, and
at the same time we are pleased
to mako a note of tho fact, that
tho Honolulu Soda "Works under
tho efficient management of D. T.
Bailey turn out U00 dozens bot
tles of the refreshing and non
intoxicating drink everyday. As
'tho population has not increased',
tho facts referred to tends to
show that temperance is running
high in Honolulu, and the
saloons aro virtually defeated
The Canadian-Pacific line has
issued a series of pamphlets whioh
have beea arranged in a moat.
tasteful manner. The journey
through the dominion is most
interesting, aad the fi.se accom
odations and reasonable xatea'
should enooarage all travellers
from East to "West to patroaixa
the great Canadian-Pacific road.
Landscape ami seeaary arelotally
di fife re at from Jh&t seen ia the
Halted States, and barring evea
the financial advantage e?ery
traveller, will find" himself -well
r&pid by goiag seroas Ut gnwit
and xklag land whioh prospers
Wyod alt expecUttio -iidr
tka Union Jack. ' - ' I;
The Corean Trouble.
The Corean legation in "Wash
ington received a cablegram
Saturday from the king's palace
at Seoul, stating that the rebels
had gained possession of Chun
fhe southern and chief of eight
provinces of the kingdom, that
the lives of all foreigners were in
danger and that the presence of a
United States war ship at Che
mulpo without delay to protect
Americans was urgently request
ed. The officials of the legation
immediately presented the facts
to Secretary Gresham and im
pressed him with the importance
of prompt action" Cable orders
were sent to- the commander of
the flagship Baltimore atNagasaki
Japan, fo hurry to Chemulpo for
the protection of American in
They explained that there were
betweefn 300 and 400 Americans
in tue tour principal cities of
Corea and that the revolution
was really directed against them.
The people are divided into two
political parties, the east and the
west, the latter representing the
progressive element in favor of
western civilization ns typified by
the Americans. This party sup
ports the king, who is a warm
admirer, of the United States.
lhe opposition adhere the east
ern notions and this nartv has
been rapidly strengthening in tho
accessible parts of the country
until thay have seized an import
ant province not over 100 miles
rom Seoul. Unless they are
checked by some strongecpower
than tho srovernmont seems able
o exert, it is considered prob
able that many, if not all, the
American residents will bo mur
This Ffrsl-Class Bathing RpSiirt
has been enlarged and is now open
to the public, It is the best place
on the islands to enjoy a Bath, and'
there is no better nlace to lay off.
Special accommodations for La
dies. Tramcars pass the door every
half hour, and on Saturdays and
Sundays every fifteen minutes.
C. J. SHERWOOD, -jy24'
TEOil THIS DATE, H. F. HOFFAOKER
I is alone authorized to draw draft or to
givo orders for merchandise or supplies on
behalf of the Hawaiian Commercial and
THE HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL AND
. C. A. Spreckels,
i. F. (rata, M&najJBI1
Livery and Feed
PORT STREET, between Ho
tel and-Beretania Streets,
Both; Telephones .
Pioneer Shirt Eactory
JL M. MBLBISr Proprietor,
.Mt'M (Ufej Uialk
I You inok our ad v-: last week
and have profited by our Hcstery
offer, and we think are satisfied
you have the best of the Bargain,
there are not many left, hut what
! there is go at our Gut Price.
All through this week your sail
ing faces will mean the Blues to us.
as we see Bundle after Bundle of
Victoria Lawns going out of the
store at 75 cents for 10 yards and
Merrimac Prints at 50 cents for 10
vards and Ginghams, that are
Ginghams, 12 yards for 1 or
Brow.i Cottons 16 yards for $1, can
you blame us for having the Blues
when you as carrying off goods at
theso prices? This thing goes on
all the week.
WEDNESDAY, J ULY 25. marks j
another day of Sacrifice so far as I
. - !
we are concerned. Uolored Wool
Dress GoGds (all wool) you have
Goods. 2sow they are your3 at 50
cents a yam. inese goous are
worth buving if vou don't make
them up for a year. They are all
New Goods and Patterns.
SATURDAY. JULY 28, takts in
everything, but the Remnant Buy
ers will have it all thejr own way.
Every piece we have goes without
reserve at your own prices its a
picnic for you, but we want the
room for New Goods. Underwear
is receiving our special attention..
the mark down has been general
all through our Stock, in fact the
fundamental law of our house is to
sell at a very small profit jn. every
Department the days of fancy
prices are over. Next week you
will hear something to your in
terest. Yours etc.,
B. F. Eklcrs & Co.
TORT AND HOTEL ST3.
Mprters Enterprise Brew Co.
Largest Consignment of Beer-
that ever arrived here, noa'
J. DODD, Prop'r
LIavtng iieard that the owners
' of Johnny nayward arc anxious to match
the horse Nevada.'I hereby challenge Johnny
Ilay ward to a Match Itace over the Kaplolani
Racc-Track ON SATURDAY, September 1st,
1894. 3111c heats; best 3 In 5; or two mile
heats, best 3 in 5, to harness, and rules of X.
T. A., for $500 or 1000: half to be placed as
forfeit, sn signing acreement. This Challenge
will Iremain OPEN UNTIL MONDAY.
Julv SO. IS94, at 12 m. Horse and Money to
be found at a
jy23 2t CLUB STABLES.
One Mrquee Tent, new; Size
16x32 feet; 6 feet Wall; 13 feet
Roof; 8 oz. Duck; Poles, Pins,
Ring, Rafter, etc. Inquire at the
HOLOMUA OFFICE. .
TO X.ET or
A louse on King Street next to T. It. Walk
er's premiss containing parlor, dining
room and three bedrooms, besides kitchen
bathroom stables and all modern conveni
ences lately occupied by Mr. Bushee.
Rent moderate to responsible party. Address
jyl6 ABRAHAM EEBNANDEZ.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments.
"Will Attend to Management yftid
Sale of rroperty Collection in
All Its Branches. Office No. 42
Merchant Street; Mutual Tele
phone 380. jy23
Eerriandss & Gomes
- WHOLESALE -
No. 502 Fort St.. Honolulu, H. J.
P. O.-Box 438, Mutual Tele. 140.
Wikg S QkMi
NOr XUUANU STREET, HONOLULU-
A ,1m aaswrtccest of AraerieaB.
. ;sflKh and Sotah CI fcb an
Itmiighoi jirrrk nod FIRST
)" CLAS&It f utr .rntwd
iitfewiataM&i Jfc rftfird jylaa
Personally Conducted Ex-
ciirsioii tOv tlie Yolcano,
; LEAVING ON THE KINAU FRIDAY,
AUG. 3, 1894, AND RETURNING
TO TOWN ON SATURDAY, EIGHT
Some people who claim to know
the Grater's present great state of
and then it may drop out of sight
out to he correct, there would
would regret that they allowed an
not eo now? The Steamer Kinau
an Excursion Party on board .mother chance of the same kind may
not present itself for a long time, and 300 are sure to enjoy the trip. A
ticket will cost you $50. wliich includes hotels and transportation. You
will never forget your first sight of the Great Burning Lake, and with
out seeing it you will Temain in the dark as to it3 appearance, as no pen
can do it justice. The trip is a most enjoyable one; you spend a day or
so in the Beautiful Town of Hilo; you traverse the Yolcano Road with
its wealth of Tropical Poliage, and when you reach the Yolcano Housa
you will say that the trip, so far, is of the memorable order. But this
is nothing compared to the AwfulSplendor of the Crater; there i3 noth
ing like it in this earth. Read the Advertiser of Monday, July 23rdr
and get an idea of what awaits you high up in the mountains of
rr t?lie Cheapest Place:. ,
-on the Islands to T3uy
New and Second Hand Furniture-
King & Nuuanu Sts.
AT THE- .
Saturday Eve, July 28.
Oceanica, a HistoricalDrama
OF THRILLING INTEREST.
Portraying the Events connected with Jho
Discovery of these Islands by Gapt. James
Cook, B.N., and the Death of the Intrepid
Navigator, compiled from Reliable and
Original Authorities bjr D. ST. Crowley,
Author of tho Wooing of Kaala. Special
Scenery, Costumes and Effects. OCEANI
CA Trill be Performed by a Company of
Well Trained (Hawaiian and Foreign) La-
r dies and Gentlemen Amateurs,
Bor plan now open at 1. J. Levey g.
Mctval Tbi iOS.
P. O. Hox. 1$.
WING WO.TAl & fcO,,
iMrOBTEBS ASD DCAIXM IX
Genera! :-: Merchandise.
FlaeMaaDa. Ckirs, CMaese asd
Japasese Crockerjvrarc. Mattisg?,,
Vams el til kted, Canphervsod
Traats, Rattan Ckaks.
CaslMst Bfa43 &f CUbm uA
. Japan w Tea f Latwt leriatiw
Fine ChiiMK &d Jipna
, Harkikarehitfii -Koc.Siio'SS
Nuutsaa St. Hono
1b1.ii, P.O. Box 363." . jy5 ;
all about itre. of the opinion that
act'vlty may not last over 2 month's,
altogether. If this story should turn
be hundreds of people in thi3 city who
opportunity to visit it go by, AVhy
will leave on Friday, August 3d, with
Mutual Telephone 2-15.
ijlEltf DEPARTURE the
L. M. Jonxsox, Manager
Mutual Tel 593
Bell Tel 559
OFFICE in 1LVSOXIC BUILDING
We arc prepared to famish uniformed me
senders at alt Iionra. Promptness and latbv
Tou ring ns nP d we will do the rest.
Hotirly rates 40 cents. For distance rate
sec Messengers Map. Jj5 3m
Chas. T. Gulick
For tho Island of Oahu..
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licen
ses, Honolulu, Oahu.
Agent for the Haw'n Islands of
Pitt & Scott's Freight
and Parcels Express.
Agent for the Burlington rlote-
Real Estate Bnier ui Goertr k
Bdl TeL US; Mnt. Tel.
- 139; P.O. Box 415.
OFFICE: No. 33 MEBOHANT;
Streai Hnnolnla. H
KING LUM, PHOTOGRAPHER,
Nibmib mi. FaaM Stretia.
OahiMie, $3.50 Per Dcmk,
U 2,00 Per 1-3 J3omb,
8x10 15,50 Per Dosaa.
$.50 Par Do. '