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PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
AKUIVAl-S.
Sattrhay. June 1.
II M S S ZchI iiiulm, O t t r:i it ii rj , '
diys from Auckland.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, 27 d.iys fiuin j
Putt t?ouni. j
btmr Likelike, Davies. from K;.!iului. I
iStnir James ilukeu, M;i'u;;:iy, tirn
Kapaa.
iStnir Mokolii, McGregor, friu .Molokai.
Sehr Mile Morri.-s from Koolau.
5i N da y , J une 2.
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, from Kauai.
Stmr W'aialeule, Campbell, from Kiiauea
and Haualei.
Stmr Lehua, Clark, from Hamakua.
Simr Iwalani. Weir, from Hamakua.
Stiur Viva from Maui.
Sehr Haleakala from lYjxekeo.
Sehr Luvinia from Kauai.
JiKi'AinriiKs.
Matckka y. June 1.
S 8 Zealandia, Otereudorp, for San Fran
cisco. VcmI I. raxing To-day.
Stmr Likelike, Davies, for Kahului and
way ports, at f p m.
Stmr Mokolii, Mcre-or, for Molokai. at
o p III.
Stmr J A Cununins, NeiIon, for Koolau
U a m.
Stmr Viva, Wibon, for Maui, ." p m.
Sehr Kauikeaoiili, f(,r l'h iki.
S hr Mary fur ilanalei, Kauai.
Sehr Luka for Kohala.
Sciir Mile Morris for Koolau.
Sehr Sarah ami Kliza for Koolau.
Sehr Kawailani for Koolau.
lt in i'oit from Foreign Port.
II ;li M S Ipiele.A (' Clarke, Esquimau,
lint bk Pakwan, Smith, Newcastle.
Am Alts pkt Mornin- Star, (iarland, SSI.
Bk Colusa, Backus, ;u, Francisco.
Brit. Ik I loyal Alice, Zeal, Liverpool.
O S S I'matiilu. Holmes, San Francisco.
easels i:xie) led
Vessels.
Urit Lurline
Lk Forot lueen . . .
K M S S Mariposa.
11 Al S S Alameda
Ilk 1 eutschland
Ilk Jas L 1 larvvav . .
U M S S Zealaml'ia
l'k John W'orster . .
lik S F Hersev
from l'or:j;ii fort.
Willie I'roju. Dun.
San Francisco June 15
.San Franeisio June 1
San Francisco. .June 7
'olonies J une 2s
. I'.i eiuen I uly 25
. Boston : ...Aug Is
A'oloities June 1
Newcastle June 20
. Newcastle June 25
Tahiti May 2H
.San Francisco. .J une t
Hr chr Twilight.
S S Cit v of I'ekin
Tern Jora liluhm ..San Francisco. June .SO
Sehr Fred KSamlersSaii Francisco June i
Uk C 1) Hrvant San Francisco June 4
Ukt W 11 Dimond..San Francisco. J une 5
ii. lianea Liverpool Aug 31
Lrit bk LV;dale Liverpool Sept 10
Ilk J A King San Francisco. June 20
l'.ktne S U Wilder.. .San Francisco. June 18
Hrgt Conuelo San Francisco June X
Am bk S U Allen... San Francisco June 15
Am bkt I'laiiter ...San Francisco June Hi
Am bkt Discovery . .San Francisco June 1H
AmbgJ 1) Spreckels.San Francisco.J une 25
Dally Keceinta of Produce.
IJasa 8 nr. Lags rice. Mis. pkps.
Stmr Likelike... .
Stmr Mikahala.
Stmr Iwalani
Stmr Waialeile .
Stmr Jas Makee.
Stmr Lehua
KMX)
55JH
4314
2.5
25 1 1
251 KJ
2M)
100
20
200
110
ii';6
ivssi:;i:ns.
ARRIVALS.
From Aucldaml, per K M S S Zealamlia,
June I Miss K U Hews, and 217 passen
gers in transit.
From Maui, per stmr Likelike, June 1
Miss Helen K Wilder, C Wilder, Hon J S
Walker, C N Spencer, F M Kooney and
wife, Dr 11 15 Williams. Tf Lautlier ancf
witt; cn.;.s-v:iAr, A' li tskerville, C Viveaus,
W II tlummings, J E Lyons, 10 Af Hanuna,
Hugh Morrison and wife, V M (Sitl'ard,
wife and child, Mrs (J Herbert, Mrs I)
Noonan. ieo Loss, Norman Hulbert, Miss
Annie Keanui, Kev M Kaili, and Otto
Isenberg.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolii, June
1 Hon F H Haysehlen, and Kobt Louis
Stevenson.
From K.uiai,ier stmr Mikahala, J une 2
Hon J N Wilcox, W Smith and wife, C
It Willis, Kev J li Hanaike and wife, Mrs
I L Tewkesbury . Miss Cuuha, Mrs J Kaae,
F Cuuha and wife. Miss Marion Hole, Mrs
M Ailau, Harold Kiee, O Scholz, 1' Funi
and wife, and 0 ueck passengers.
From Hamakua per stmr Iwalani, June
2 A F Cooke. W M Mclnerny, and 35
deck pa.-sengers.
From Kilauea and Ilanalei, per stmr
Aniaka!e, J une 2 S von Lerg, wife and
children, ami 8 deck passengers.
VEr-AKTCKKS.
For San Francisco, per II M S S Zeal
andia, June I W N Fhillips ami wife.
Miss M Cook, J G I'loutv, F l'.urchardt, C
II Wells, 1) 1'orter, A Herbert, 5 steerage
passengers, ami SI saloon and l.'vl steerage
passengers in transit from Colonies.
SIIII'l'lNU JSOTKS.
The steamer Wai ilcale b-ought yester
day from Kauai 2,:i:S bag ;ar, LIU bar
rel's molasses, 11) bags , and 151
hides.
The steamer Mikahala brought yester
.biv from Kauai 5 v.N bans sugar, 110 b igs
rice, 10 hides; trom Niihau. 20 head cattle, j
t',s5 skins. i
The steamer Likelike arrived on Satur- I
,Liv wi:b l.boo bas's sugar, l'to hides. 50 !
bags corn, and 125 packages sundries. She
leaves again this afternoon.
The steamer Lehua arrived on Sunday
from Hamakua with sugar ami a broken
roller from Laupahoehoe to be repaired at
the Honolulu Iron Works.
The Uoval Mail Steamship Zealandia
sailed oti Saturday evening for San Fran
cisco with 7 .500 bags sugar and 2,5o0 bnchs.
bananas from this port, besides an im
mense cargo in transit from the Colonies.
The bark Colusa has already received
2;.M) bags sugar. Mie will receive nearly
;,no0 bags from the steamer Mikahala to
day, and i expected to sail on Wednesday
for San Francisco with ;i2.00o bags sugar.
The Americ-m bark Cevlon, Captain li.
Calhoun , arrived on Saturday afternoon, j
June t. 27 days from Fort Townsenl, ah- 1
iicton State." with Kis.ooo feet lumber, 150,- j
inn) shingles, and 15o,noo laths for Messrs.J
Alien it Robinson. Had south and south- I
west winds from Cape Flattery to latitude 1
40 deg. south; thence had variable winds j
to port. Had no trades till within :' j
miles of these islands.
Those Michfevoun Ants.
Dr. McGrew has brought to this office
the rounu of a chair, the inside of w hich
has been eaten out as clean as though it
had boon bored with an auger, leaving
only a thin skin, and it now -resembles
very much a stick of cinnamon. This is
the work of the "white ants' which in
fest so manv dwellings here. They enter
the leg oi a chair and work up till toey
come to a round, then enter that and eat (
out the inside of legs, rounds and every
part of a chair, sola, table or piano no
furniture is too good for them. Some j
vears ago we beard of a six hundred 1
dollar piano, the legs of whic'i were :
completely eaten up by these ants. No j
wood is too hard tor them. We have ,
heufd that there is an antidote which j
will drive them od' or kill them, but
have never tried it. li there be any-
thing that will check their deprava
tions, it ought to be advertised and ined.
The same remedy, if there be any, might
.bo used for the bumble-bee borer, which
is so destructive to Louses and fences.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Chr. Gertz has just received from i-n
Iran.ico a l ir-e addition to his stock of
boot and slippers.
Tin; rloiii.r oxerci
ot Kawaiahuo
n 1 i.vry will t-h;-!d net Wednesday
at 2 p. m. . the Seminaiv.
JNr-ser i:. -A. Keil
onr ;h.i'ik s f r U
i the rma:illa, has
of San Fraiii-i.sj-i-
pape: s and otl.er
news favors.
Purser Geor-re MeLane. of the Zea
landia has the thanks of theP.C. Advkr
Tisim for flies and news favors.
The; Honornu Suir Co. stockholders
are notified that a dividend is due and
payable at the olliee of C. Brewer it Co.
Upsides six new instrumental pieces
there are three new 'vocal pieces on the
programme for to-night's band concert
at Emma Square.
The Ze ilandia left her moorings at
C, :." p. ni. on Saturday, and forthwith
proceeded on her voyage. She got clear
of the land before darkness set in.
K-lwanl Hanlan. the oarsman, was a
through assener by the Zealamlia. He
admits that he is a layel-out champion
of sculls, and will now turn his attention
to other matters.
There was a rumor current, in town
yesterday to the ell'ect that the boilinjr
lava in the Volcano pits had sunk out of
sirht ; but we could find no reliable con
tinuation of the story.
Thanks are offered by the George W.
de Ixmr l'ost to ail persons who supplied
flowers on Decora'.ion Day, and also to
the ladies who so tastefully arranged the
wreaths of Mowers at Harmon v Hall.
Now when the passage of three tliou
and miles across the Atlantic has been
reduced to under six days, we may soon
hope that steamers from San Francisco
will come over the two thousand miles
to Honolulu in four da vs.
Ir. L. J. Levey informs us that Mr.
Gaylord, a theatrical manager, passed
through on Tie Zealandia; and, in a
conversation with Mr. L. had stated
that the Hick;" Minstrels will be up on
the next trip of the Alameda and stay
over to perform in Honolulu.
A friend of ours suggests that the best
way to thoroughly advertise the Ha
waiian Islands, is to have a panorama of
the most attractive scenery, including
the volcano, painted on a large scale.
The exhibition of these views would
make known the Islands wherever it
travelled.
Mr. W. Colbeck, until recently com
mercial editor of the Daily Telegraph,
Sydney. N. S. W., called at the Aivkk
tiskk office last Saturday afternoon for a
talk upon news matters. Mr. C. is a
through passenger to San Francisco by
the Zealandia, and intends making Cali
fornia his future home.
The sidewalk now being laid on the
Waikiki side of lower Fort street, is evi
dently intended to be of the most lasting
kind. Several inches thick of broken
rock will underlie a covering of gravel
the whole kept together by a substan
tial wooden curb which stretches along
from the Custom House to Queen street.
The Police a.-,
'.rested the following per
sons, up to 10 o'clock last night: Satur
day, June 1, Frank Fisher accused of
night prowling Henry Davin assault on
Mary Davin, o. Lewi carrying con
cealed weapons, Lam Choy having lot
tery tickets in possession, and seven
drunks. Sunday, June 2, Makahi for
violating hack regulations, Ah Von for
assault, and three drunks.
"We learn that an old resilient of Ho
nolulu, in the person of J. R. Mitchell,
died at Newcastle, N. S. W., recently.
Mr. Mitchell was formerly in partnership
in '.his city with the late Mr. Ira Rich
ardson, in the mercantile busineps ; and
was a native of New York State
Brooklyn we believe, lis was seventy
nine years old when be died, and had
ben in destitute circumstances for some
time previously.
The performance of the Variety Com
pany at the Opera House, on Saturday
evening, was not largely attended.
More than the programme was
" gone through," and among the
specialties worthy of notice was the
singing of the Na Lani Khiku Club
which was very fine and elicited three
encores. The" Stanleys, Miss De Vere,
and the Irish comedians, Gallagher and
Jenkins, did their parts well.
The Friend reports seven thousand
dollars raised for the North Pacific Mis
sion Institute under the care of Rev. Dr.
Hyde. It is hoped to secure at least ten
thousand dollars. Ilon. S. X. Castle
has given one thousand dollars. It is
very desirable that the new buildings
should be completed before October.
Subscriptions or contributions of any
amount may be made to W. "W. Hall,
Treasurer of the Hawaiian Poard.
Rev. K. G. Porter, of Lexington,
Al.ms.. came up from New Zealand on
i the Zealandia, ami will spend a month
or more in the Hawaiian Islands. He
j has been two years absent from home,
j visiting all the different mission fields,
1 in Turkev, India, China, Japan. He
i was a class-mate of Judge Hartwell iti
Harvard University. At present lie is
staving with Rev. Dr. Hyde, with whom
he used to be associated in Christian
work in the States.
j The late Capt. A. W. Peiree, whose
I death notice appeared in our issue of 1st
I inst., was one of the bes known oi
i Honolulu business men. He was orig
i inallv a whaling captain, and finally
' settleil down as a ship-chandler in this
I city. Ho was a close business man,
j fafrlv successful in whatever he under
! took, ar.d generally respected. Captain
i Peiree leaves behind him a widow and
I two daughters one of the- latter is the
i wife of Dr. Kmerson.
Pnlilic Concert.
Tlie Royal Hawaiian Band will give
a public "concert this ("Monday) even
ing at Emma Squire at 7:30. Following
is the programme :
1 Ovortur-Th IK-vil Deal(noy). Auber
i. ii . i Ti,u Pi-hut mid ttie ! low-
crs ( new)
t Fin:iU William Tell (new).,
i Selection Travia:a (new) .
. .Cowen
.Rossini
. .Verdi
Waipuna(new). Ko l.ci. Lei Al.ha (new).
Me.Uev-;ennan Marches . .Seidcnciang
'(iavotte- M" l-rn (new) 1 m?rs
7. rant;,u-rher.1l,lls . all (S)iiiK
' ' . ft-1 . 1 .
S. Ouadrillc
Tingeltangel
Hawaii Ponoi.
DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTI8EK, JUNE 3, 1889,
BASEBALL.
Matoli Hetwpcn the II onol ul us ml Kaiu
lanU, the Latter Heat en by Nineteen
Ku 11 s.
The f allowing is Saturday's score :
H1 "NoI.UH".
NAMES.
T. H. 1!.H.
A.
1
1
1
4
o
u
o
o
1")
VoU IjMiise. c .
Luea-s, j. s. s.. .
Whitney,
Fredenherjr.'ib..
Lucas, A. r. f...
Low, 1. f. . .
Lucas, Y lb..!
Oat. c. f
I'arker, v
11
1
'
o
!
0
0
1
1
t
1
0
o
1
1
(.1
1
0
u
1
o
r,
5
Total
oT 20 1 1
KAIUI-AM.
NAMES
R. B.H.
WuMirield, lb..
u
0
o
0
1
o
o
0
0
13
0
lnght, c.f.. . .
,
0
1
Naukana, 4
0
5
0
I
ivaae, c. . . .
CiUiland, 1. f
Crabbe, s.s ......
Lane, 2b
l'errv, r. f
Hokk, 3b.
1
4
4
4
II
8
Total
l'i V,
Hy Innings
Jfonolulu . .
Kaiulani .-.
..123 15117 S!)
. .5 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 020
J. 4 ,-. 1--.
..o 1 o u o o 1.1 o I) 1
Famed Run Honolulu, 5
none.
Kaiulani,
Two Rase Hits Wodehouse.
liases on Ralls By Naukana, 1.
Hit by Pitcher Ry Naukana, 1
Parker, 1.
Passed Ralls Kaae, 2.
Wild Pitches Naukana, 4.
Time of dame Two hours and
minutes.
Umpire Geo. E. Roardman.
bv
ten
Other iaiies.
The minor baseball matches on Satur
day resulted as follows : lolani College
against St. Louis College the former
scored 1P and the latter 8, Win. Lucas
was umpire. At the start the St. Louis
boys were ahead; but latterly the lolanis
gained upon them, and kept "the lead to
the end.
Oalm College against Kamehameha
Juniors the former scored L'3 and the
latter 20. II. W. Peck umpire. Thia
was a close game, but in the latter part
01 it me ground was wet owing to lalhu
rain.
SUPREME CUUHT.
Satcuday, June 1.
LAW DIVISION BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE
PRESTON.
r.ankruptcy of A. F. Cooke. Petition
of W. O. Smith for allowance of accounts,
discharge, and order to pay final divi
dend. Ordered that the accounts be approved,
final dividend paid, and assignee dis
charged upon filing receipts.
V. O. Smith, the assignee, attended
in person.
PROBATE DIVISION.
In re estate of T. Aki. Petition of
Tong Chong Toy and A. II. Leo Ngawk,
Executors 01 the above estate lor allow
ance oi accounts.
The Court orders the accounts referred
to Henry Smith, the clerk, to report
upon. Cecil Brown attorney for peti
tioners. INTERMEDIARY DIVISION.
A. Morgan vs. C. Lucas. Action of
assumpsit on defendant's appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. Plaintiff non
suited. V. C. Ac hi attorney for plain
tiff; A. Rosa attorney for defendant.
Arrival of tlie Zealandia. j
Tho purser's memorandum is as fol- j
lows : Steamer Zealandia, sailed from
Sydney May 15th at 4 :20 p. 111. ; .vrrivod
at Auckland May PHb at 0:20 p.m.
Sailed May 20th at 2 :?A p. m. ; arrived
at Honolulu Juno 1, 18S9, at 12 m. No
vessels were seen during the voyage
from Auckland to the Hawaiian-Islands,
and the steamer did not touch at Samoa
on this trip. Experienced from Sydney
to Auckland, strong northerly winds;
from Auckland to the equator, light
variable winds, and from the equator to
Honolulu, light northeast trades. Fine
weather during the entire passage.
Mrs. E. Pickering, native of England
died on May 28th at 12:13 a.m., the
body was buried at sea at 11 a. m., same
day.
One passenger for Honolulu, Miss K.
C. Bews, and 84 cabin and loo steerage
in transit for San Francisco.
1 -
Gazette r. ml Advertiser Remembered.
Wo are indebted to G. I. Gilman
Esq., of Boston for a tile of papers of
that city giving a full illustrated account
of the great centennial celebration in
New York. The illustrations in the
Boston Globe give a better idea of it
than could any printed account.
We would "also acknowledge the re
ceipt, from J. C. Klein, (lately corre
spondent at Samoa), of a similar file of
New York papers illustrating the great
celebration referred to above. Also for
a copy of the New York World with a
full description of the present condition
of the Panama Canal, illustrated with
numerous engravings. The account is
written bv Mr. Klein, who was sent out
by the New York World Company.
. '
l'olice Court.
Saturday', June 1.
Ah Hoo alias Ah Foo, remanded from
May od, was discharged.
Kauhi (w), charged with drunkenness,
was remanded until June 3.
Harry Heilmann, charged with smug
gling, was remanded to June 4.
Dividend Notice.
mill: STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HO
1 noma Sugar Company are hereby
notified that a dividend is due ami paya
ble at the otnee ot
tiueen treet.
Honolulu, June 1,
I.-.I-.'it
TO LET.
A NEW COTTACE ON VUNCH
bowl street between P.eretaina
and Palace Walk, newly ainted.
containing parlor, dininronni , 4
bedr lows kitchen. iantry and lare -tore
at.i.iv to ik. .). s. M urj;v,
i-tf
Hotel street.
I
F YOU WANT ALL THE NEWS
read the Daily P. C. Auveutisick.
C.-J 11 mi
SUtL-'i i-r --J2-
Absolutely Pure.
t or quick raising, tne Iioyal Halting Powder is
superior to all other leaveniutr aaents. it is ab
solutely pure and wholesome and of the highest
leaveuiUi rower. It is ilwavs nnifn in
strength and quality and never fails to make
lisht, sweet, most palatable ami nutritive food,
liread, biscuits, mistMus, cike, etc., raised with
Koyal Baking Powder may be oaten Lot without
distressi ng results to the most delicate digestive
organs. It will keep in any climata without
deterioration.
Prof. U. a. -Mott, f. S. Government Chemist,
after examining officially the principal baking
powders of the country, reported:
"The Uoval Hating Powder is absolutely pure,
for I have so found it i n many tests made both
for that company and the United States Govern
ment.
"Because of the facilities that
for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and
for other reasons dependent upon the proper
i'i"iwiimus ui me same, ami tne mettiod of its
preparation, the Koyal Baking Powder ia un-
aoiiiueaiy the purest and most reliable baking
powder oilered to the public.
"Un. iiENRY . MOTT, Ph. D.,"
5 1 li-'l-1 y 1:. s. tievernment Chemist.
Landlords Sale of Goods
TAKEN F,Y DISTRESS.
"VOTICE IS HEREBY CUV EN THAT
the undersigned has distrained the
goods and chattels of Kaalokai hereinafter
specified, for non-payment of rent and
that the sa ne has become in arrears, and
in order that the said rent may be satisfied,
said goods and chattels of the' said Kaalo
kai will be sold at public auction,
On &i fill day, Jane 15th
At 1 o'clock a. m. at the Salesrooms of
Jas. F. Morgan. SFN LOOK.
Honolulu, Mav 0,
List of Property: 1 bureau, 1 trunk, 2
rocking chairs. 1 pitcher and basin, 1 tea
pot, 1 bowl, 1 mattress, 3 pillows and cases,
1 plate, 2 pictures, 2 chambers, 2 calabashes,
1 oil can, 1 lamp, 1 tin can, 2 zmc tubs, 1
mirror, 1 clothes basket, 1 shawl, 1 vest, 1
valise, C hats, 1 military hat, lot of clothes,
bed clothing, 2 coats, 1 pair pants, 1 knife.
1 hammer, 1 round table, 1 jar, 2 pots, 1
stove and utensils, lamp, 1 basket, 2 Limps.
to'
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Auctioneer.
Itooms to Let
AT NO.
Honolulu
4 CJ A II DEN STREET,
v.::;;:
f for
FOR SALE.
A TOP-BRAKE IN HOOD
repair, laiquire of Dr. Dav, 53
Beretania street.
122-lm
Head This!
WE TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS kor $5
' per dozen, and are selling tine island
views for $2.f0 per dozen, with the very
besthiish. J. A. tiONSALVES,
12;-lm 120 Fort street.
Pianos For Kent.
TIANOS IN GOOD ORDER
frim$1.0U to$7.(K) per month.
Ml'SIC DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS
123-tf
EAGLE HOUSE
NUUANU STREET.
This First-class Family Hotel,
having just changed bands, has heen
thoroughly renovated, together with
the KAl'K-VA 1'ROIlShis now attached,
and is prepared to receive gst-std
By the Day, Week or Month
At Reasonable Rates.
TAPLE UNSURPASSED. Transient guests
will find evry accommodation, a place where
all the comforts of a home can he obtained.
TIIOS. KROUSE, Tkop.
II. T . ISf
Honolulu.
BOATS FOR SALE.
VE HAVE ON HAND
one 22-foot Vhaleboat,
with iron center-board,
mast, sail, oars, etc..
complete; suitable for fishing.
Also, one 7"-ib. clinker pleasure Skiff,
copper fastened, with oars and rowlocks;
wili lie -o'.d cheap for cah. Both new.
f-Ani'Iv at POWER A: SON'S,
I I 1 Til
Shop near the Fi-h Market.
ANDEKSON & LUXDY,
DDentists.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH
fr-mi one to an entire set in
serted on old, silver, alluni
immi and rubber Va-es.
Crown and bridge work a t-pecialty. To
persons v earing rubber plates which are a
con-taut source of irritation to the
mouth and throat, we would recommend
our Prophylactic Metal Plate. All oper
ations pcrt'ornied in accordance with the
!ati-t improvement in dental science,
'i ef th extracted without pain by the use of
Nitrous ( xid-' Oa-.
S$T Hott 1 street. Trrgloan premises.
.V-lv
s-f-d sal jr-tisfaction in the
1 1 0
iinorrt:i ami
Ciui sinature
r.'scie it ami
fe-. 1 safe in rec'iinientl
ins? it to all saf7Vrer3.
Vf'loniy ty tfca
ts$5r-r . A. J. STOT.U. M.D.,
VVV V l'HK'E. SI ,00.
TratJNi25trU 4 Sold tv nriit,'ij!St.S.
I5KXSOX, SMITH & 0..
01 l'Xl-ly Agents
COMPANY
I
SMmtiSfrntnts,
FOR SALE.
5 The Large Estate
Known as
K A II r KIT, KAU
Island of Hawaii.
Contains 184,000 Acres.
fir
Apply to
72 12t;
J. O.
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CARTER.
For Sale !
Four Lots, 50x1 1 Feet
ON F.ERETANIA ST.,
Next to the residence of 11. Uradley.
Also, 4 Lots, 50x147 ft..
Situate on Young street. Artesian
water on the premises.
jT"For full particulars apply to
D. DAYTON.
91 King St.. upstairs.
110
JAIJES CARTY
Cau be found next door to the Y. C. A.
Oflice, Merchant Street.
Hacks Nos. 18. 37. fG, 75, 180
AND WAGONETTE 110.
t3 liell Telephone 04, Mutual 590.
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J. ALFRED JIAG00X,
Attorney and Counselor at Law and
Notary Public.
Office 42 Merchant Street. Honolulu. H.I.
121-lm
WONG SlI,
msufacti;rer cf
Wool, Calico and Linen Shirts,
Queen St., next door to E. I. Thomas'.
S2-3m
CHR. GERTZ,
Importer and Dealer in
Gents', Latlie' and Children's
ttoots, Shoes and Slippers
No. 80 Fort St., Honolulu.
7S-ly
Firewood For Sale !
S8 per Cord,
AT CHR. GERTZ'S
20-1 m
SO FORT STREET.
HONOLULU MARKET.
(SucceBsor to Wru. MeCandleHs.)
No. 6 Queen Street, FJh Market, Ho
nolulu, II. I.
Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, Fish
VEGETABLES, etc..
Always Kept on TlaliiTr"
Family and Shipping orders Carefully
Attended to.
Live Stock Furnished to Vessels at short
notice.
TplpphoTiPs "NTo. HI 2
MURRAY & LAM AN' S
FLORIDA WATER
The Universal Perfume
For the Toilet, the Path and the Handkerchief.
In view cf the attempts made
recently by some unscrupulous
dealers", to foist upon the public
a worthless imitation, bearing the
general outward appearance cf
the genuine, we call attention to
the di-tini;ui-hins marks of th
genuine Ml kray Lanman
FLORIDA. WATER.
F.ach bottle cf the genuine
article bepr on its neck the Trade
Mark, which appears alongside
this notice ; and on each leaf of
the pamphlet, which is wrapped
around it. appears in faint water
mark letteis the words
LANMAN & KEMP,
NEW YORK.
IfHtlirrbe lacking rejot
the article s spuriou.
DOWNING & SCHMIDT
U'kotfStiU Agents
San Francloo, Cal.
4
V'
119 1240-ly
rii- Only nlinVSin 1" IU.MK.HY
plat will cire E I I S I 8 yS P s Ll-ctru if r.
1)H. Pier. T - l&Vl 1 UliB tho enly
ELK'TRtC Turss i;i me oi l:i. PauHiuits mailei f-e.
It K. T, Co. TO I Sac'tu St. San t'raDciBco.Cal. U.S. A
-:- JOHN WIELAKD'S -:-
BKEWDfG -
; o: i $
Philadelphia
PODD &
SOLE -:-
For the Hawaiian Islands.
10S-tf.
S6 and SS
WORTH OF
BOOTS
-:- At Wholesale
THE MANDFACnURERS' SHOE CO.
Canvas, Sporting and Vacation Shoes
SPORTING BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY PESCRIITION, SUCH AS FOR
YACHTING, BICYCLE, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, SEASIDE,
FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, RIDING
In fact, a complete assortment of Footwear for all outdoor and athletic purposes
can be found at this store and at ti e LOW'kst I'OPIJLAR PRICES!
All kinds of reliable foot covering for man, woman or cliiM for less money
than same grade of Goods can be bough1 7 r elsewhere. - ...
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Orders by mail from the other Islands will receive prompt and careful attention.
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D. J3. SMITH, Affent,
113 1270 ly
SUMMER DEESS GOODS
jSTEW AVVSII
Are now being
Popular Millinery House
104 Fort St.,
X. S. SACHS, Pkop., : : ; : HONOLULU, H. I.
FANCY FIGURE and SOLID COLOR SATIXJSS
In all the new shades ;
XEW FAXCY FIGURED CHAMBRYS, in light blue, pink, slate, and navy
blue, fast colors ;
FAXCY PLAID and STRIPED SCOTCH GINGHAMS in entirely new patterns
and extra tine qualitv ;
XEW ENGLISH and AMERICAN' CAMBRICS; a new assortment of
BATISTES, CRINKLES - CIIAILLES
A fine assortment of XEW STRIPED AMERICAN GINGHAMS;
Something new COLORED STRIPED and BLOCKED WHITE GOODS.
LOOK AT OUR
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
VICTORIA LAWN, INDIA LTNEN, BISHOP LAWN, WHITE P. K.,
BATISTE, PERSIAN' LAWN, CONFECTION,
XANSOOK in cream and wriite.
FLOWERED and DOTTED SWISS in white and eeru.
A fine assortment of NUNS' VHL1NGS in all colors;
ALBOTROSS in gold colors and fanev stripes;
ALL WOOL BERGE in the new shades.
Prices Guaranteed to he the Lowest in the Kingdom !
119-v
Tlie Weekly Gazette ami Daily P. C. Advertiser
Are the Best Advertising Mediums lu th ILlugdom.
: COMPANY!
i lvt i::i ;
Lager Beer
MILLER,
VGhETSTT
Hotel Street.
! lip $ 50,000!
W0KTII OF
SHOES
and Retail. -:-
Ali.TERIALS
exhibited at the
.
In quantities to suit.
Bich ."' lm-l Thrifts JNO.
. , x r TT. THE NEWS
Tl Hotel Street. a
a F. C00KE, Manager.

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