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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 20, 1805.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Timo i8 out.
Stars vs. Unknowns at 3:30.
Band concert at Emma square
Foroy Lisbman plays third baso
for tho Stars today.
Major J. H. Wodohouso and
wifo loavo for England today.
James Aultl, the well-known
printer, has a touch of paralysis.
Manager Colvillo of tho Paia
plantation loaveH on tho Australia.
A fino two-room cottngo with
bath for ront cheap at 29 Berota
Tho last term of tho Cirouit
Court at Vniluku cost tho govern
Excursions over tho railroad to
Waianae today and tomorrow at
Company 7 of tho Citizens'
Guard goes to Maunaluu tomorrow
for target practice.
Teams from Companios ). and
P. have u shooting match at Ma
kiki this aftornoon.
any $2 mado up shirt in town on
ly $1 at Mclnorny's.
Tho famouij E. & W. (Earl &
"Wilson) Collars and Cuffs in lat
est shapes at Tracy's.
Ect. L.E. Schneider will preach
his farewell sermon in German
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock in
Y. M. C. A. hall.
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary vVoolon Under
Wear for Men and Womon at vory
low prices at Tracy's.
Representative Kamauoha had
tho floor in tho House most of
this morning's session, with the
Attorney-Gonerul a poor second.
Cash is everything in business
now-a-days. By purchasing with
it and soiling for it I am enabled
to place clothing, hats, shirts,
'underwear, hosiery, neckwear,
trunks, oto., oto., on this market
at Eastorn prices. L. D. Tim-
"mons, Waring Block.
Having used Chamberlain's
(Cough Remedy in my family and
found it to be a first-claBa nrticlo, 1
tako pleasure in recommending
it to my friends. J. T. Foster,
"Westport. Cal. For sale by all
dealers. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Agents Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Time of today basxsovcral
oartoonB on local subjeots, be
sides a fino two-page sendoiT to
the steamer Australia, with por
traits of the popular commander,
steward and assistant steward,
Captain Houdletto, Mr. James
and Mr. Hanpigan respectively.
Take a copy home with you this
aftornoon to help your appotite.
HE IS HIGHLY HONORED.
BY THE EniFEROIl OK JAPAN'.
lie Hocolvea tho Tlilrd Claaa Order
oftlie ITIelJl Decoration Tltriigh
By tho City of Peking Jap.ineso
Consul Shimizu received a com
munication from tho Japanese
Minister of Foreign Affairs, stat
ing that His Majety the Emper
or had been ploasod to raise Al
bert Goorge Hawes from tho
Fourth Class Order of the Rising
Sun to tho Third Class Order of
the Moiji docoratioa. Consul Shi
mizu, in accordance with his in
structions, duly dolivored to Mr,
Hawos tho diploma and jowel of
the order yosUrday aftornoon,
Following in a corroot transla
tion of a doonmont which must be
' highly Yulued by Coinmluilouor
UawfB, uoolng thai it hours the
sign nmnuul of tho Eraporor him
self and mukoH him tlio roolplout
of ono of the highest honors con.
html on forolgnorui
X3fcl-IC..Tti. I ,,!- ,i..i?iMiV..trlOVa' fat DllTy I fl""fcjL i
nil tioaeTVial will proe their ncnr vL
Mutsuhlto, by tho Grace of Heaven, Em
poror of Japan, and seated on tho Tlirono by
the tamo dynasty from time to time lmtuorr
Wo bavo bcenplcasod to raise Albert George
Hawct, Fourth Class Order of the Rising Sun,
Her Drltannlc Majesty's Commissioner and
Consul-Gciicrat at Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands, to the Third Class Order of the Mctjl
Decoration, and confer upon him the Sacred
Treasure, In token of Our esteem.
Done at Military Head-Quarters at Hiro
shima, the eighteenth day of the third month
ot the twenty-ilghth year of Meljl (March
lCUi, 1895 ) and In tho two thousand five hun
dred and fifty-fifth Tear from the corporation
of the Emperor of Jlmmu.
Viscount Oglu Tsnne,
First Class Order of tho Kiting Sun,
Vleo-I'rcsldcntof tho Bureau of Decoration,
(Seal of the Decoration Bureau.)
This Diploma was duly examined and en
tered, under number 445, Into tho Decoration
(Countersigned.) Shogol Yokota Kanaye,
Fourth Class Order of the Rising Sun,
Secretary of tho Bureau of Decoration.
(Countersigned.) Shogol Full! Zenklchl,
Secretary of the Bureau of Decoration.
The former doooration hold by
Commissioner Hawos, that of tho
Fourth Class of tho Order of tho
Rising Sun, woh given him ton
yoars ago in recognition of dis
tinguished services rondored as an
instructor of the Jupanoso nuvy.
This last honor is evidently given
to him in recognition of tho faot,
shown in tho recent war. tht
Mr., Hawos' instructions havo borno
good fruit, and tho Emperor agiin
proves that ho is not unmindful
of faithful servico.
Program or tlio Concert to lio GlTon
lu Their Aid.
On the evening of Tuosday,
July 30th, a concort will bo given
at Kaumakapili church in aid of
tho futmlios f political prisoners.
It is to be hoped tho church will
be crowdod, the object boing such
u worthy one. Following is the
program to bo rondored:
2. Chorus Y. H. 1.
8. Violin Solo A. Marques
4. Song...., , Miss May Cummins
5. String quartet.... A. Marques and others
6. Chorus Y. H. I.
7. Duct Piano and Organ
Mr. Falcon and Mrs. Tltson
8. Bong Miss K.Ward
9. String quartet A. Marques and others
J?- 8?nB W.J. Cuclbo
11. Chorus Y. H.I.
12. Orchestra ;
Injured by a Dlut.
O. Carlson was seriously in
jurod on tho face and body yos
torday afternoon by the promatnro
explosion of a blust in tho Mo
analim tunnol. Ho was takon to
the Queen's hospitul as quickly
as possible, where his injuries
wore attended to. Inquiry at tho
hospitul this nii'ming shows that
the unfortunate man while suffer
ing intensely may possibly re
cover. Overheard On The Mreot Car.
Ono of the Buri'tani.i stroet
Tenuis Ciub dirootors suggostod
P. C. Jo. .os, our local llnuuoior,
to "sit upon'' tho Club's new
oourt roller in ordor to inorcaso
its rolling qualities. In answor
it was suggested that the now
purtnor in isisuop & Co. would
bo a more "weighty'' porson for
"No," paid tho old farmor, in
reply to tho quory of a summer
boarder as to how his son .from
collego whs getting on, "I don't
ouloulate ho's getting on so woll.
Ho wuh home t'othor day and had
on a colorod shirt and a whito
collar. I ruyther suspoot ho's
bohind with his washerwoman I"
A Grand feature
Of food's SaraAparllU is that wlillo It nurl
lien tho Mood and sends it coursing through
thu veins full of richness anil health, It
also Impart new llfo ami vluor to urerv
function of tho body, Hence the expression
so often heard i "Hood'u Hnrsnparllla mado
a new itonou of ius," It overcome that
tired fueling to common now.
Ifoou'ii Vnu ru purely ymiM$, r
Molly Imrmli, always rtlibl nml lm.
lleUfi 61 If.
City Carriago Co., J. S And
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and onro
ful drivor ring up Telophono 113,
corner ot Fort and Mcrohnnt
streets. Bnok at nil hours.
Shaw, the gold wite artist, will
remain one wook longer in Hono
lulu at and will havo his headquar
ters H. Biart's store on Fort street.
A full stock of cats 030 wire
jowoliy, nnmo and motto pins in
solid and plated wiro will bo kopt
by Mr. Biart. ,
VAlsiBBBm 't-r' JsBS A&K
removes wrinkles and all traces of ago. I
foods through the pores and builds up tho
fatty membranes and wasted tissues,
nourishoH tho shrivelled and shrunken
skin, tones and invigorates the nerves and
muscles, enriches the tapnverished blood
vessels, und supplies youth and elasticity to
the action of tho skin. It's pcrfoct.
Yale's 8kin JFood, price $1.50 and $3,
at nil drug stores. MME. 11. YALE,
Health and Beauty Specialist, 140 BtatoSt.,
Chicago. Boauty Guide, muiled free.
HOBKON DP.ua CO.,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY,
, JULY 20th AND 21st.
Trains will leavo Honolulu at 0:15 a,m , and
1:45 p.m. Returning will arrive In Honolulu
at 3:1 1 p.m. und 5:55 p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
J.st Class, $1 75
2nd Class 1 25
P. C. Smith,
Oen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
ON SATURDAY, JULY 20th.
AT 3:30 P. M.
UNKNOWN vs. STAR.
Admission 25 Ots.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
KOH THE AUOVJJ POUT ON
Saturday, July 20,
AT i O'CLOCK p, m.
The uudtmlunail art now prepared to
Umo Throuiju TlokeU from this City to all
points In tlw United HUtsi
IXTVoi furtlisr partlouUrs reesnlliiK
l'fllit or 'mni;i, ajiply to
ffl't'l (Itneral Ai(nU,
G20 Fort Slteet,
Two -:- Weeks -:- Only.
On account of oxtonsivo building alterations.
THE v ENTIRE STOCK
Will bo oflbrod at a groat sacrifice All gooila will be marked in plain
hguros and sold for caBh only.
This groat horao-mado drink is as healthful as it is pleas
ant. It is good all tho timo; good for tho children; good for
tho grown-up folks; good for everybody harmful to none.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho systoni and
counteracts the offocts of tho heat. It is absolutely free from
a singlo intoxicating property and is ovory where recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hire's Rootboor extract will mako live gal
lons. Tho directions aro soBimplo that anyone can mako tho
most delicious, sparkling, effervescent bovorago without
trouble or expense. Ask your storokoopor for it, mado only
by'Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo havo used yonr Rootbeer (or tho last throe yours nnd think there is
nothing equula It. Mns. N. Sickkl, 398 Nortlumpton Rtrcot, Boston, Mass."
" I havo boon using your Hootboor tor three years, and havo recommended
it to many ot my friends . 1 hve nlso been much plonxcd with it. It is ro
freshing nourishing, in fact words aro inadpnuiito to express its worth. iliw.
B, Bkaun, ijtato Btroot, botwooa Cnnstunco, Now Orleans, h. A,, U. S. A."
HoDnoN Dnuo Company, Wholesale Druggist.
Benson, Smith & Company, " "
HoLLisTEii Ditua Company, " "
Lewis & Company, Grocors.
No lotterr. rsillo orirameof chance, hut Aitralcht hixlncn liroiionHlnn
jtimhatti ono of our New Procci Slovt between Iiiuksdav Moiimno, Ji.nk7, ami Onu
o'clock WuiiMCHDAr, Auoust 7, will bo entitled to onu j;ueit iik to how many of tluo tove
will be sold up to tliut tlmu.lt beliitf then Jutt
ho pcron KUCHlnKCorreotly.or eomlni;
a present In tuhot the full amount wld forhU utove; In cute of two ormoru pcrtont iruiiitlnic
tho wlimlnt; number, each ihall make further uet nn thu aale of thu followlnir Meek, ouo
pcrton thin llnally reeelvlnir the prUe.
Aa the atovca will be told at rurulur price, no one illa nil) thliiK, onlj if win awt wmM
to the rlRhtnumber youratovecottayuu nothing. Thu prUe being Imply an ml, for New l'n
Heal your Kiiett In an f iivl1oio and place your name and addrett on the liuhle, and iom
prlate mark on thuouttlde, Thu envelope will he carefully kept and nomiu but tlietrmiii'rt
will know what It Imldo each uutll'tbe dutu ot'oiteiiliiL', A correct list of utovvi told'.wllt
be hiinir up More the oenliir of envelope, which vt III hudouu ut nur tluru In the Warlmr
lllock, Fort and llcrelanla, at 1 p.m. on Auuutt 7, In thu pretetice n( totu purGhuier and the
' ' O. V. STUJftDEVANT,
Wpr n Bit oi, To!, 091, V, O, hxt m, 0uv I'orl ami Ir, H,
Honolulu, II. I.
And so enn yon in
sido, oulrfiilo' nnd
all tho wny through
iW M W Bit- JWf- Wl
Every irn who
live iikiiiIIik tinea the flrtt Rtovu wiu purchaied.
neret to the cornet number, will receive at ones
sl& . m,9J V
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