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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 12, 1895, Page 5, Image 5',
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LOCAL AMD QllNURAL.
Tito Oily of Poking onlls (or Iho
Orient nt (1 p. m.
Pnoifio Lodgo will moot nt Ma
flouio Tomplo tills evening.
A quantity of opium wna cipl
uroil at LUiuo on Friday Inst.
A fino two-room cottiigo with
bath for ront ohcnp at 20 Berota
Wniknlu i8 gotting to bo quito a
town ii nd alroudy supports n Ohi
Tho famous B. & W. (Earl &
"Wilson) Collnrsund Cutis in Int
OBt shapes at Tracy's.
Port Capt. Campbell is baok at
his old post on Fort street whnrf
hustling tho boys to thoir duty.
A PortugucBO string band
soronnded P. G. Oamarinos at
Sans Souoi on Saturday evoning.
Tho Sonato took a rccosB this
morning from fivo to Bix bells ac
cording to Oolonol McLean's
Tho Ohineso from the Bolgio
now in quarantine numbor 3G3.
Thoir time of reloaso will come on
Tho annual mootiug of the Hu--tfaiiun
takes plnco at tho Hawaiian hotel
at 7:30 this ovening.
Largo quantities of nlgoroba
-nmnri nvo hoinc cut on the lands of
iho Onhu railroad near Barber's
Point for shipment to this city.
Chrenco Crabbe. wharf super
intendent of tho Canadian Aus
tralian line, now has an offico all
to himself on the Paoifio mail
-ffbout twcnty-fivo members of
Company 7 of tho Oitisssns Guard
and some friends put in tho day
target shooting in tho hot Bun at
Moan alu a yesterday.
Harry Smith, luto prosidont, of
tho Honolulu Typographical
"Union, leaves for his English
homo by way of Japan and Aus
tralia on tho Asloun today.
George Ashlej' has got a now
hat. It is about tho bizo of a oir
cus tout and requires a box car all
to itself whon it takos its owner
for a ride on the Oahu railway.
Mechanics' Homo, covnsr Hotel
nnd Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torms: 25
and 50 cents por night' $1, and
$1.25 por week.
It is reported that Mr. Gallaspo
-of Pearl Oity is about to erect a
bathing establishment and res
taurant at Waianae. Such an in
stitution would pay woll on Sun
days. Oity Oarriago Co., J. S. And
rado, mnnager. If you want a
hack with good horso and caro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merohnnt
streets. Haok at all hours.
Cash is everything in business
now-a-days. By purchasing with
it and soiling for it I am enabled
to placo olothing, hats, shirts,
underwear, hosiory, neckwear,
-trunks, oto., etc., on this markot
at Eastern prices. L. D. Tim
mons, Waring Block.
Having usod Chamberlain's
Cough liemedy in my family uud
found it to be a first-class articlo, I
take ploasure in rocommonding
it to my friends. J. T. Foster,
"Westport. Cnl. For solo by all
doners. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agontu Hawaiian Islands.
The work of fencing in the Wai
anao extension of tho Oahu rail
Toad is progressing rapidly and
soon tho festive hoifor will no
longer kiok up its heels in front
of an approaohing engine. Tho
fencing is ofa substantial charac
ter, fivo strands of wire boing usod.
A Portuguese house at Wamnao
wan raided on Saturday nightby
Deputy Sheriff Sholdon and assist
ants and a largo quantity of boer
and wino confiscated and locked
up in jail whero tho printors
conld 6oo it through the bars. The
proprietor was arrosted on a
charge of soiling liquor without a
lioonso, but roleasod on bail.
Hhi'wlnmtii maul tonight.
Tim new two n7oTy dupol nt
Waiutiuu in upprouuliinn; couiplo
tiun, Mocsrs. Clou. Falrohild nnd
"William KhhsIo, of Kealla, aro in
GOO Dozen Hooks, just rcccivod
at Tracy's. tl.GO to $2.-10 por
Tho Wuiklki road in tho yici
nity of tho pnrk has boon put in
down to Wuiunao on yostorday's
Consul Wilder is oxpooted from
San Francisco on tho 20th by tho
Miss Abbott hud another good
audionoo at hor Saturday ovening
Best unlaundried shirts oqunl to
any $2 mado up shirt in town on
ly $1 at Mclnorny's.
First and only appoaranco of
Miss Helen Uauvruy tomorrow
ovening at 8 o'clock.
Tho now 'Soioutifio Suspend
ors,'' towoarthom is to liko them.
Got a pair from Mclnerny.
The San Francisco Call says a
cable to Hawaii would bo a bono-
fioont form of nnnoxation.
Tho pineapplo cannory was not
running ycBterday, the work and
fruit having boen oaught up with.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaofor
ontortained Captain "Ward and a
party from tho City of Poking at
dinner last ovening.
Tho officors of tho Bennington
will givo a dinner on Thursday
evening to Mrs. Fowler, who ro
turns to tho Const shortly.
Goorgo Q. Cannon, for many
years dologato in Congress from
Utah territory, has translated tho
book of Mormon into tbe Hawaii
A picture of tho steamship As
loun, now in port, the pioneer of
tno now transpaciuc line, sur
mounts tho shipping news in this
issuo. She ia a fine looking craft
and a heavy carrier.
Tho new ojlicora of thn Hawai
ian Gazotto Company aro W. B.
Farrington, president; W. M.
l'oniroy, vice-prosidont; Geo. H.
Paris, treasurer; "W. E. Brown,
secrotary; J. B. Castle, auditor.
The British Govornmont has
conceded tho olaim of tho Hawai
ian Govornmont.that W. H. Eiok
ard and T. B. Walkor, boing na
turalized citizens of Hawaii, aro
not oniitled to British protection.
Imdies on the' othor Islands can
do their shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. They should ombraco
this opportunity, and got a single
yard at wholosalo prices.
It is reported that local Japan
ese capitalists havooffored to fur
nish thenocossary capital to grado
tho Oahu railway from Wuiunae
to Kahuku and take bonds in re
turn. Japanese labor to bo UBod,
Steward P. M. Lucas put up a
splondid French dinnor at tho
Hotel on Saturday ovening. Tho
menu included grilled pigeon,
venison and roast turkey. Thero
was music by tho Kawaihau club,
und a dance in tho lunai aftor din
nor. The Pilot Chart of tho North
Pacific Ocean for August hns on
tho 'revorso sido a great cirolo
sailing ohurt of the Worth Atlan
tic Ocean on Horrlo's method.
These charts aro kept on filo in
the Bulletin editorial office,
whero shipmasters are wolcomo
to peruse thorn.
Home and Abroad.
It is the duty of everyone, whether at
home or traveling for pleasure or business,
to equip himself with the remedy whloh
will keep up .trcngth and prevent illness,
mid cure sm.h Ilia na are liable to como upon
nil in overy day life. Hood's Sarssparilla
keeps the blood pure and less liable to
ubsorb tho gonus of dUoabo.
Hood's I'ii.l'h mo hand made, aud per
fect in pjopottiou, nnd nppjarauco. 23o. por
EViftNlfto Mui.LiyriS, APOUST 1U.
Y. I (1 A.
Direction nl I'rnnU I.. Ilnna.
Noxt :- Tuesday :- Night,
-( WILT. GIVE A )-
assisted by local talent.
Full program will bo nnnounccd in
Reserved Boats will bo on salo nt
Hobron's DrugBtoto on Saturday morn
PER S. S. "ATJSTBALIA."
H. J. TTolte, Proprietor.
Glow Night Lamp I
It is nn established fact that there hns
novor been n night lamp on tho markot that
wnf. odorless, and most of tliH night lamps
that are sold to-day absolutely poison tho
air in a olosu room. In placing tho Glow
IiAMl' upon the market wo claim to havo
tho night lnmp that positively omits Jio
odor whon in operation, uud is tno only
night lamp that should evor bo usod when
It is nocosxnry to burn a light all night, as
for Instance in tho nursery or sick-room.
It is a miniature gashouse, gasometer or
gas-burner combined, automatically mak
ing and consuming its own gas which, in
the ordinary night lamp, escaped without
being consumed, filling tho room with n
poisonous vapor, which, to put It mi'dly, is
The Glow Lamp is constructed on
scientific principles, and is without question
tljo simplest, cleanest, neatest, and cheap
est night lamp in the innrhet; and combin
ed with its hygienia qualities, should com
mond itself to popular favor at once. Uno
pint of kerosone, at a cost of about one
cent, will givo a pare, healthy, cleaulight
for two hundred or nioro hours; i. e.,
twenty ton-hour nights.
It will givo tho groatost satisfaction in
tho siok-room, nursery, bod-room, dark
corners of closeta, and is ornamental as
well ns useful.
Tlio I-Ia.vaiin News
At WAIKIK1 od car lino nnd onPA-
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
1-tt (503 Fort Street, near King.
P. O. Box 321.
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on baud.
Estimates givou for house wir
ing and Eloctrical plants.
Marino Wiring a Epooialty.
IVOw in l'rofyroNM ii.
N. S. SACHS,
f20 Fort HUect,
Itomnnnli of Silks, Wool . I .
Dress Gooods, Wash Mat- . I .
crlals, Whlto Goods, . . . I .
All remnants marked with numbor of
Swecpg lotions in Millinery
Our entiro stock of fmo Millinery at greatly
mod lints at
This great homo-mado drink is as healthful as it is pleas
ant. It is good all tho timo; good for tho children; good for
the grown-up folks; good for ovory body harmful to none.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of Iho heat. It is absolutely f reo from
a single intoxicating property and is every whoro recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance Peopl
A packago of Hire's Eootboor extract will make five gal
lons. The directions aro so simple that anyouo can make tho
most delicious, sparkling, ollorvescout bovorago without
trouble or expense. Ask your storekeeper for it, mado only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo have usod your Kootboor for tho last threo years and think thero is
nothing equals it. Mns.N. Sickel, 398 Noxthampton street, Boston, Mass."
' I havo boon using your Itootboor for threo years, and havo recommondod
it to many of mrfrlonds. 1 luve also boeu much pleased with it. It is re
freshing, nourishing, in fact words aro inadenuato to oxprcsg its worth. Mrs.
B.Biuun, State streot, betwoon Constanco, Now Orloans, L. A., U. S. A."
HoBitON Dnca Company, Wholosalo Druggist.
Benson, Smitix & Company, "
Hollibteii Drug Company "
ojewih x wjju'mii
To remind you that wo have a Bowing Machine In which wo placo so much confidence
that we will send It to you on triul free for a week and If not satisfactory vou may return It
at our expense.
We make this offer became wo know our good..
Our Machine costs a trifle more wholesale and sells for a trlflo mom rvln n..n .., n,..
jiintuiuu iu mu num., uu nu,,u M, "'"
ir..l.l... I .1... ...a-LI !. I la wnti I Il.taiM T M..l.. il.. ..Ii .. .. . ..
acuine in mo world, mil u is worm u. l.isicii : it makes live stltcho to tho revolution
litle others make but three and ono half. In other worth ynu do what Is tlircu days' works
i tho old style In two days with tlio "Pt.wdaril". If jou an- Hied ur huitv that Is worth
lille. I'aitothl In your bonnet.
j he "fuaiuiam '' oom cnaxn ana iock uucn.
The "Standard" gives wrltton guarantee for the years. It docs every thing that can
be done on a Bowing Machine, v, hat moro do you want f
Sold on tho Installment plau at Eastern prices, $10 discount for cash. For rent br
week or month.
C. V. STURDBVANT,
Tol.904. War'ng Block. P. O. Box, 402. Cor Fort and Ior. Sts.l
The "Standard" hat both chain and lock tttteh.
Honolulu, II, I,
Whito nnd Drown Cottons,
8hcoliitg:i, Table Linen, nud
other odds nnd end. . . .
yards aud prlco in plain figures.
One 1M Only.
reducod pricos. Lndlos nnd Children's trim-
n big sacrifice. 02-tf
And bo can you in
side, outsido and
all tho way through? j
. i luunto iivu niucnu 10 mo revolution