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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 25, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho flower cirlu hnd a luau at
Tho Lolitn club will gavo a
danco nt Ariou hall tomorrow
Join Gnnzol will likoly join a
Michigan ball toara at tho oloso of
tho Ilawuiian Benson.
Madame Soldeno, a woll-known
oporutio artist, is a through pas
songer on tho Mariposa.
Tho Senate Financo Oommittoo
hold an extended aossion after ad
journment this morning.
Lndy Horron gave an nftornoon
toa yostorday at tho family rosi
donco on King street.
Mrs. Thomas Smith, wife of
tho Mariposa's purser, loaves for
her San Francisco homo today.
Arrangemonts are boing made
for a subscription danco at
Romond grovo on Friday ovoning.
Anothor excursion over tho
Oahu railroad to Wnianae will
tako place on Saturday and Sun
Principal Richards of tho Ka
raohamoha schools loft on tho
Mariposa today for a short trip to
Frank Clifford Rhodes, foroman
of tho Press Publishing Company,
was married to Mrs. M. 13. Lath
Tho old officers of the firm of
Wm, G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.. woro
re-electod at yesterday's meeting
Wr ' iiMIlS SPECIAUUV FOR DRAMDj JS f
I V ieTVial will pjjgjhejrBe'"- Zz?r.
No arrrsts to-day
Chns. HnramiT is very lw to
day. A fino upright piano is f r sale.
Inquiro at the Arlington.
JLaasi Week! Ei&st Weekt
A. V. Gear has a two;8tory
building to let o Nuuanu street.
Knonamau ploadod guilty of
apsiult this morning and was finod
$1 and costs $3 by Judgo Perry.
Anollopios was ontored this
morning in tho caBe of J. H.
Barennua, tho attorney,acoused of
i 9 mm r'iffiiiTTrii
Sam'l Ladd was found guilty
of assault and battery on his wife,
Judge Porry suBponded sontonce
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary Voolon XJudor
Wear for Mon and Womon at very
low prices at Tracy's.
John Emmoluth & Co. have ro
covered judgment by default
against P. Moldenhauor for SG.80
and coats, in nil $10 90, for goods
sold and dolivored.
"Work on the new tabernacle
for tho Christian church com
menced this morning. Rov. T.D.
Garvin is hia own architect.
Yesterday wus lad os' day at
tho Pacific Tennis Club and tea
was served during tho afternoon,
Mrs. Frear prosiding at thotablo.
Tho Mariposa on her Inst south-
boand trip arrived at Auckland in
lOdayS'ihoursfrom San Franoisco
and landed her mails a day ahead
Tho band cavo a conoort at tho
hotel last night for tho benefit of
tho MaripoBa's through paBong-
.ors. Tho boys also played the
'stoamor off this morning.
Tho Bulletin congratulates
that popular gontloman,!AssiBtant
Steward Hiumegan of the Austra
lia, upon his promotion to the
chief stewardship of tho Mariposa.
Chang Ping, a prominent mora
bor of the Ohinoso colony, was
buried yesterday nftornoon. Ho
was Secretary of the Ohinoso and
English Debating Society and
diod of consumption.
In tho case of Ohas. Crano vs.
Ben. Zublan, a suit over tho $25
purse for tho Fourth of July ten
oared boat race, judgment was
rmdored for the defendant by
Judge Perry yesterday nftornoon.
Tho advent of tho typesetting
machine in newsptper offices is
revolutionizing things. The man
who views the change with coin
placonoy is tho roport r. No
machine can ever supplant him.
Congressman A. S. Hilborn,
-wife and daughter, left on this
morning's steamer for California.
Mr. liilborn expresses himsolf
delighted with his stay in Hono
lulu, but keeps his opinions on
matters here strictly to himself.
The storo in the Campbell block,
formerly occupied by W. S. Luce,
has been rented by a Japaueso
firm. Ono report says it will be
used for tho display of silk goods
exclusively, and anothor that it is
to bo used as a restaurant with
barber shop in the roar.
Capt. Bird of the Warrimoo,
that Bftilod from YancouTor, Juno
16 and Honolulu tho 23rd, said
at Auckland, whero tho steamer
oallod on July G to land Mr.
"Ward, that if doaired the steamer
could liavo landed her mails at
Sydney on July 9. This, however,
would have disarranged tho sor
vico aa regards the other ports of
call, and consequently tho steam
er proceeded at her UBual rato of
Auctioneer Morgan will soil at
auction on Wednesday, July 31,
at tho storo C. E. Williams & Son
a largo quantity of furniture, bed
room sots, piano, wickerwaro, otc.
Thoro will be n special meeting
of Pacific Lodgo U. D., A. F. &
A. M. this (Thursday) evoning at
7:30. Thoro will bo work iu tho
first dogreo, and members of othor
lodges are invitod.
Tho trial of Tang Yuck and Loo
Yick on tho charge of having
opium in possession occupied
much time in the District Court
this morning. Tho case was con
cluded at 1:30 p. m. and Judgo
Perry reserved hiu decision till
the moraine;. E. P. Dole appear
ed for tho defense and inado some
points that will causo the Court to
put on his thinking cap boforo
rendering his decision.
Trnln will leave Tfonolulu At 0:15 a. m , nnil
1:45 p.m. Hcturnlng will arrive lu Honolulu
at 3:1 1 p.m. and 5:55 p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class $1 75
2nd OlaBs, 1 25
F. C. Smith,
5S-3t Gen'l Fass. and Ticket Agont.
N. S. SACHS,
G20 Tort Slicet, Honolulu, II. I.
Last Week of Bargains
I?J KVKHY DEPAltTMENT.
WOOL DRESS GOODS,
CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR,
, TABLE LINEN,
TOWELS AND NAPKINS,
SHEETING AND BED SPREADS-
ALL, .AT DR.ErTJ013I PRICES.
ON SATURDAY, JULY 27th.
AT 3:30 P. M.
STAR vs. HAMEHAMEHA,
AT THE ANNUAL
n tho Stockholders of
Win. G. Irwiti&
Co., L'd, bold at its ofhee on Wednesday,
July 21th, 1895, tho following gentlemen
ware ro-eloctcd to s rvo as Offloors during
tho ensuing year, vizi
Tresidont and Manager W. G. Irwiu
Vice-President lliuis 8proekcls
Secretary and Treasurer. . . . W. M. Giffurd
Auditor T. O. Tortor.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Pacific Lodge TJ. D.,
A. F. & A. M.
T11EHE will be a special meeting of I'aclllc
Lodgo U D., A. F. A. M., at their hall,
Masonic Tcmplo, corner of .Hotel and Alakca
streets, THIS (Thursday) EVENING, July
25, at 7:30 o'clock.
woitK in tiimt nr.oitEE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodgo lo
Progres and all sojourning llrclhrcn are frat
ernally Invited to no present.
By order of tho R. W. M.
being $569 over
Puna and Illlo Lota Sold at Auction
at Noon To-day.
Chiof Clerk Hussinger held a
very successful suie or govorn-
inont lands ut noon
the upot price.
Twolve lots in Puna district ro
alized tho following amounts:
Lot 1, W Kaimui 291; lot 2, Liz
zio Kapuaaloha $21(1; lot 3, to
Kiinili'liiib $50 50; lot i, to Kunno
(iv) $150; lot 5 to Kulcaima $G0;
lot G to Arthur "Wilder $311; lot
7 to Miss L Wildor$45(); lot 8
to H Rycroft $300; lot 9 to J K
Kpelo $191; lot 10 to Mrs. J K
KmPo1o$205; lot ll, Mrs. H E
Wilson $250 and lot 11 to H E
Eight lots in North Hilo Bold as
L .t 1 to J. Cooke, $232; lot 2
to J. S. Low, S31G; lot 3 to A.
Cookburn, $251; lot 4. t F M
Swnnzy, ?387; lot 5 to Laupahoe
hoa Sugar Company, $384; lot G
to Mr Singlehurst, $158.80; lot 7
to R. I. Lillie, $1; lot 8 to D.
K. Makuakane, 272.
The total amount realized on
Puna lots was $28,753.50 und on
Hilo, $2251.80. Tho upset prico
was S2310.00, und $2,240.30 ro-spootivoly,
A Grand I'eatura
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that whilo it puri
fies tho blood and sends Itcourhing through
the veins full of richness and health, it
also imparts now lifo and vigor to overy
function of the body. Henco the-expression
so often beard: "Hood's Sanapirilla inado
anew person of in." It ooreomoi that
tired fooling to common now.
PIANO FOR SALE.
A fino upright piano in excellent tone
and good ord'r. l'rioo reasounbla . Inquiro
For Rent or Lease.
A two story building on Nmianu street
opposite Loto s Bakery.
A. V. GEAR.
A fine hrako almost new. Only In uso two
months. Original cokt 125.00. Will sell fur
less than half cost.
A. V. GEAR.
The adjourned quarterly meeting of the
Union Feed Co., ltd., will be held at the
company's olllce on Friday, July 20, 18U5, at
11 a, m.
F. R. VIDA,
55-5t . Secretary.
And so can you in
side, ontsido and
all tho way through
This groat homo-mado drink is ns healthful as it is pleas
ant. It is good nil tho time; good for tho qhildron; good for
tho grown-up folks; good for overybody harmful to none.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of tho heat. It is absolutely frco from
a singlo intoxicating property and is ovorywhoro recognized ns
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hiro's Rootbeor extract will mnko iivo gal
lons. The directions nro so simple that anyono enn mnko tho
most dolicious, sparkling, offorvescont bovorago without
trouble or expense. Ask your storekeeper for it, mado only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo have used your Rootbeer for tho last threo yenrs and think thcro Ib
nothing equals it. Miw.N. Bickkl, 3!)S Nurtlinmpton streot, Boston, Mass."
" I havo been using your Rootboer for three years, and havo recommended
it to many of my friends. 1 luvo also liiou much p!eaod with it. It is re
freshing, nourishing, in fact words aro inadequate to o press its worth. Mrs.
H. JIkaun, Stato street, between uouci.ince, e
sew OrloaiM, L. A., U. S. A.
HonnoN Dnua Company, "Wholesalo Druggist
Benbon, Smith fc Company, " "
IIollibteii Dituo Company, " "
Lkwib & Company, Grocors.
IIood'sPiils aro pmolv
ffctly hurml(BS, always roll
THE Biennial Mooting of the members of
tho Queens Hospital Corporation will
be hold at theOhamler of Commerco Friday
July 20th at 10 o'clock a. m. Biennial re
ports and annual election of officers to bo
immediately followed by a meeting of tho
Board of Trustees,
JOHN H. PATY,
Secretary ad Interim.
Honolulu, July 10, 1895. 55-td.
Tho undersigned having purchased tho
business known as tho California Wine Co.
beg to annouueo to their friends and tho
publio that they havo formed a copartner
ship to carry on the business at tho old
stand and have assumod all aocounts
owing to and by said firm.
(eg.) G. D. FREETH
No lottery, rafllc or game of chance, but a straight UukIiicsr proportion Entry trum who
jmrchoMt one of our New Process Btnves between Tnuiisiur Mouniko, JunbU7, and One
o'clock Wkunesiuy, AunusT 7, will bo entitled to ono gutss as to how many of these stoves
will be sold up to thattlmo.lt being then Just lire mouths since the first stove was purchased.
Tho person guessing corrcctly.or coining nearest to tho correct number, will receive at once
a present In caahof tliu full amount puldfbrhls stoc; In cane of two ormnre persons guessing
me winning numuer, eacn biiuii ihuro mruier uuc un mo suicb ui me loiiowing vecK, one
person thus finally receiving the prize.
As the stoves will bo sow ai regular price, no ono ruhs anything, only ir you guess nearest
to the right number your stovu costs you nothing. The prize being simply an ad. tor New Pro-
Seal your guess in an envelope and place your namo and address on the Inside, and some
private mark on tho outside. The envelopes will be carefully kept and no ono butthogucsscra
will know what U Inside each until tho dte ot opening. A correct list of stoves soUl'wlll
bo hung up before the opening of envelopes, which will bo done at our storo lu the Waring
uiocK, tori ami uorciauiu, at i p.m. uu iukui i, hi hiu presence oi nioro purciuscrs and tne
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Wrrng Bi' o'.-; Tol. 991, P. O. Rox, 402. Cor Tort and Bor. Sta.l