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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 1G, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
oysters in any stylo at
Mrs! Sing Ohong ha8 suod hor
husband Yap Ayin for divorce.
Tho usual concert was pivon at
Hho ExeoutiTO building this morn
ing. Tho Irmgard brought a largo
shipment of muloa for1 William
GOO Dozen Socks, just recoivod
at Tracy's. .$1.50 to $2.-10 por
Chief Hunt of tho Firo Depart
ment celebrated his 38th birthday
Lowis & Co have rocoivod thoir
usual consignment of icohouso
.goods by tho Australia.
A Raymond & "iVhitcomb excur
sion party to Japan will leavo
horo on Soptombor 20th.
Goorgo H. Paris and "Willard
E. Brown of tho Gazette- Company
xoturnod by the Australia.
Miss Josephine McCandloss and
Miss Julia Androws loft yesterday
ovoning for Molokai on tho steam
Every inoh of passenger ac
commodation on tho Kinau was
occupied whon sho sailed this,
Harry Juen, one of tho exiles,
returned by yosterday's steamer,
having been granted tho requisite
A numbor of society people left
on tho Kina'u this afternoon to
attend tho Cooko-Baldwin wed
ding at Maui.
Purser McOombo und Steward
James of tho S. S. Australia havo
tho cordial thanks of tho .Bul
letin for favors rendered.
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeeer's Sanitary Woolon Undor
"Wear for Mon and Women at vory'
low priceB at Tracy's.
Porcy LiBhman, who roturned
from tho coast yesterday, will
play third base with tho Stars for
tho remainder of the season.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tno W. O. T. U. is boing held
in tho "parlors of tho Central
Union church this aftornoon.
Toe band concert at tho hotel
was well attended and favorable
commonts wore frequent on tho
high class of music rendered.
Among the arrivals by tho Aus
tralia wall A. Louisson. of Now
York and San- Franoisco, who
comes on a visit to his brother.
Lun Niu sued Young Lin Tai
for $100 damages for assult and
battery yesterday. Judge Perry
awarded him $10 and costs.
By the Australia, tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Co. received two dozen
of the famous Monarch bicycles.
Four of thom are sold already.
J. J. Williams is around today
shaking hands with tho numerous
friends who are 'congratulating
him on his improved health.
Captain Thom is of the Benning
ton leaves for tho Coast tomorrow,
his successor, Oapt. Pigman hav
ing arrived and taken command.
Harry Shaw, tho gonial assist
ant of tho Hollistor Drug Com
pany should bo a happy man, his
wife having arrived from . tho
Frod. Goldsworthy, formerly
with Lewis & Co., is now keeping
books for Lano&Oo, importers
of marblo, statuary, oto., San
T, V. King has arrived from
San Franoisoo to take charge of
tho mechanical part of the bioy
clo business of the Hawaiian Hard
Antonio GonsalvaB suod Anto
nio de Aguilar for $17 for pioking
ooffee in Kailua, "Hawaii, but re
covered judgment only for $14
and oosts, in all $18.70.
British Commissioner Hawfs,
Bishop and Mrs. Willmandotbors
attended th closing exeroises o!
the OhineBO Sunday school of St.
Poter's yaotorday afternoon.
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VianrfTVial will prov'e their nerir. "M VaLjt
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has roceived ex Australia
tho largnatoonsigniuent of bicycles
over brought to tho islands, to
gether with extra fittings of all
Judgo Whitting is engagod to
day hearing Ohooug Hoy vs. Chin
Wo Co. et al.. bill to dissolve
Sartnership. Knhookano and
ohnnon for plaintiff; Oastlo for
Mr. Jaovjon, tho artistic, blaok
emitb, made wrought iron railings
for balconios overlooking tho Y.
M. 0. A. gymnasium. They are
of a beautiful pattorn and finished
in perfoot stylo.
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Murphy,
mother of E. A. Murphy, Balos
man at Watorhouso's No. 10 store,
died at Brooklyn, N. Y., June 25
Mr. Murphy received tho sorrow
ful news by tho Australia.
Tho usual consignment of fresh
oystors for Cooktails and Fred
rioksburg Boer arrivod per Austra
lia for the Anchor Saloon, JCing
and Nuuauu streots, Oomo early
and avoid tho rush.
Sun Hop Sirg has recovered
judgment in tho District Court
for $221.36 against Wright and
Willard, and J. F. Clay, dork of
the Senato, as garnishee, upon a
promissory noto given In payment
Mrs. Boonoy will disposo of
hor household furnituro tomor
row at 10 a. m. at her residonce
on Wilder Ave.; among other
things to bo sold is a square piano
and a horso and brake. Lewis
J. Levey will conduct tho salo.
Soo ud on page 4.
Notice Brown & Kuboy, whole
sale and retail doalers m Watohos,
Clocks, Jowelry and Plated Goods,
I formerly of Tho Masonio Block,
uave lauen tno store latoiy occu
pied by Soharf 's Nows Stand in tho
Arlington Block on Hotol streets.
Having used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family and
found it tobea first-class artiolo, I
tako pleasure in rocommonding
it to my friends. J. T. Foster,
Westport. Cal. For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents Hawaiian Islands.
Cash is everything 'in business
now-a-days. By purchasing with,
it and selling for it 1 am onabled
to place olothing, hats, shirts,
underwear, hosiery, neckwear,
trunks, oto., etc., on this markot
at Eastern prices. L.B. Tim
inous, Waring Block.
The wedding of Mips Eliza
Hugo and J. F. O. Hugens took
place at St. Andrews Cathedral
lust night, Bishop Willis officiat
ing. A largo numbor of tho frionds
of the contracting parties wore
present and attondod tho recep
tion given afterwards at the Pauoa
residonco of Mrs. Mana.
Mons. A. Vizzavona, formerly
Chancollor of the Fronoh Lega
tion and for somo time beforo his
departure acting Commissioner,
nloasantlv sumrisod his manv
frisnds by roturning to Honolulu'
on the Australia, ilo cornea to
aot as Fronoh Commissioner in
tho place of tho lamontod Mons.
Verloye. While absent Mons.
Vizzavona rosided at Corsica.
Bev. Mr. Birnio of the Central
Union ohurch is a tireless worker
and evidently believes in aotiv
Christianity. Sinco his arrival in
this oity lie has made nearly 400
pastoral visits to tho homes of his
congregation, aaoh member of
whom be proposos to booome in
dividually acquainted with. There
is a gratifying increase in the
membership of' tho church since
THE CANS ARE
Tenders I'or Ilulldlui;.
Below aro tho tondors rooeived
by tho Hawaiian Eloctric Co. for
the coaitruotion of a cold storago
building, GO ft. x 100 ft. Tho
contract has been awardod to
Poter High, proprietor of tho
Entorpriso Planinc Mill:
A. Harrison $ 10,500
Arch. Sinclair 10,300
It. LiBhman , , 10,288
Tho foregoing aro for stone and
brick work only. For completing
tho entiro building tho tondors
woro as follows:
E. B. Thomas $ 25,174
Q. W.Lincoln 24,740
Lucas Bros 2.1.08.1
is Mme. Yala'a infallible cure of Freckles,
Tan and Sunburn. It is tho only rouiedy
evcr.compoundod that will romovo frooklcs
camnlotely and snroly,
Tho fairer and more delicate the skin,
the more likely it is to frecklo and the
worse it will look after it is frcoklod.
Thousands of women, otherwise beautiful,
are disfigured by these unsightly, brown
blotches. Nothing will hide- them. They
are a source of misery, but they can bo cured .
La Freckla is the death-warrant to freckles.
The preparation of La Frookla Is ono of
Mmo. Yolo's groatfist aohiovements.
There are many imitations, somo of thom
very dangerous and hurtful to the skin;
nonootthem really effective. For safety
and cortainty, insist always on getting the
genuine and original Xa Frockla.
Price $1 at drugstores, or by mail.
MME. M. YALE. Health and Beauty
Specialist, 140 Stite St., Chicago. Beauty
Quid, mailed freo.
PORTLAND TO JAPAN.
On 'or about
" A.S3LOUJST "
Will leave Honolulu for Yokohama,
passage und freight rates apply to
Theo. H. Davies, & Co. Ltd.
PER S. S. "AUSTRAI IA.1
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor. ,
00 bPIm (L 3
G20 Fort Stteet,
, POSITIVELY FOR
Two -:- Weeks ' -:- Only.
On account of extonsivo building nlttrations.
THE ENTIRE STOCK
Will bo oflefod at a groat sacrifice. All goods will bo marked in plain
figuros and sold for cash only.
This great borao-mado drink is as hoaltbful as it is pleas
ant. It is good all tho time; good for tho children; good for
tho grown-up fplks; good for ovorybody harmful to none.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strongthous tho systom and
counteracts tho effects of tho heat. It is absolutely freed! rom
a Binglo 'intoxicating property and is ovory whoro recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hire's Rootboor extract will mako Hyo gal
lons. The directions aro so simple that nnyouo can mako tho
most delicious, sparkling, effervescent bovorago without
trouble or expense Ask your storekeeper for it, mado only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co,, Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo havo nsed your Itootbeer for tho last throe years and think, there is
nothing equals it. Mas. N. Sickel, 393 Northampton street, Boston, Mass,"
" I havo been using your Itootbeer for threo years, and havo recommended
it lo many of my friends. 1 ho?o alho boon much pleaded with it. It is re
freshing, nourishing, in fact words aro inadequate to oppress its worth. Mrs;
S. Bkaon, Btate streot, betwooa Oonstanco, New Orloons, L. A., U. S. A."
Hobron Dnua Company, "Wholosalo Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company, " "
Hollisteb Ditua Company, "
Lewis & Company,
No lottery, raffle or game of chance, but a straight business proposition Every txrton who
jmrchatei ono of our New Process Stoves between Thuhsday Moknino, Junk U7, and One
o'clock Wednesday, Auodbt 7, will bo entitled to one guess as to how many of these stovca
will bo sold up to thattlme,it being then Just lire- months sluco the first stove, was purchased.
Tho person guessing correctly ,or coming nearest to tho correct number, will receive at once
a present in cash of the full amount paid for his stove; In case of two or mure persons guessing
the winning number, each shall make a further guens on tho sales of the following week, oo
As the stoves will be sold at recular prlcV, no one risks anything, only If you guess nearest
to the right number your stove costs you nothing. Tho prize being simply an ad. for New Pro
Seal your guess in an envelopo and place your name and address on the Inelda, and some
private mark on the outside. Tho envelopes will bo carefully kept and no ono but the guessero
will know what Is Inside each until the date of onuntne. A correct lilt of stoves soldwlH
be hung up before the opening of envelopes, which will bo done at our store- In the Waring
Block, Fort and Berctanu, at 1 p.m. on August 7, In the presence of stove purchasers and the
O. V . STURDE VANT,
Waring Block, Tol. 994, P. O. Brc, 462. Cor Fort and Bor. Sts. J
Honolulu, H. I.
And so can you in
;,sido, outside and
all tho" way througb