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KviwuNci uuiiM&TiN, aooubt ui, mm,
LOCAL AUD QILNlHAL.
ShorM' AmlroWB was nltiok for
Tlio Planters' .Monthly mr Aug.
' tint linn mndo lln apponranco.
, John Kim and family lmvo re
turned from Ihoir trip to Hawaii.
A lmlivo namod Kaiinuu wns
nrroHtotl tills morning for va
grancy. A OiiincHO was arrested for ns
snuli and battory on a native this
N Jimmy Thompson oommonond
work in IiIb now position this
Thoro wiis no qunruin nt tlio
mootum of tho Hawaiian Repub
No freight will bo received for
the Btoamor W. G. Hall after 8 a.
m. on Bailing day.
Tho pinoapplo oannory is not
running today, suporintondont
Gallaghor boing in town.
A big lot of Konn oranges,
brought down by tho W. G. Hall,
was sold at auotion this morning
at tho wharf.
This is Ladies' day on tho
grounds of tho Pacifio Tonnis
Club. Toa will be sorvod from 4
to G:30 p.m.
Banana trains, both on tho
streots and on tho Oahu Railway,
aro ooming into town with fruit
for tho Monowai.
Mosdames Fowler and Fooko
Avill hold a reception tomorrow
nftdrnoon at tho homo of Hon.
I5-rThoma8" had eighteen
days o put the now front in N. S.
Sachs' storo, but ho is going to
have it dono in nine days.
Tho Warrimoo is duo horo Fri
day night or oarly Saturday morn
ing. Sho will loavo immediately
aftor Murk Twain's lecture.
Do not forgot that Merinos
and Cashmeres, all wool, will bo
sold at 25 oonts n yard at tho
Temple of Fashion's clearance sale
Many passengers wore disap
pointed in not boing ablo to loave
on the island steamers yesterday
on account of Board of Health
Rumor caused tho sudden death
of four porsons from cholera this
morning, but it is satisfactory to
know that at 3 p. m. all of thom
wore alivo and well.
Tiokets for Mark Twain's recital
aro going fast at Levey's. Tho
prospects aro for a jam, notwith
standing tho large area of Indo
pendenco Park hall.
Manager Barthrop of tho Kona
Coffee Oompany, whoso plantation
was desoribod in theso columns a
fow days since, is in the city ou
business for his company.
A guard has been placed over
one of tho oholora suspoots who
attended tho luau on Monday
night, and who is now in a cottage
in the lane off Nuuanu street
above tho Eagle House.
On Soptembor 2, will bogin tho
groat cloaranco sale at tho Templo
of Fashion. In order to obtain
room for tho now goods to arrive
tho prosont stook will ho sold at a
It is roportod that tho Benning
ton us soou as she has finished
coaling and taking on wutor to
morrow will weigh anchor and
etoam outsido the harbor, whoro
sho will remain until tho oholora
scare is over.
Officer David Kaapa and nthors
raided a Chineso den back of No.
5 Engine house last night and
captured a woman in tho act of
soiling opium. It was discovered
afterwards that a ohofa gamo was
in progress at the timo.
A parade and drill ground is to
bo mado of tho vacant lots in
front of tho old Armory and drill
shed. It is to bo lighted at niebt
by aro lights, whioh will show off
tno unuorms oi mo omcers w
tho best ndvnntago.
.In tine I'rrri'k Jullre .Mill Krrpiiii
Oholora nr no cholrn, matters
wont on in Judgo 1'orry'H justice
mill llili morning about as usunl,
lint whether the particular mill of
tho goddcsH, who is usually por
trayed as blind folded and with a
sword in oaoh hand and pcnlos in
tho other, ground exceeding fine
or not it is corhin that tho uIicoIb
rovolvtd lowly. In a great inoas
uro Kiihiwakua was to blame for
this slalo of nfl'tiim in persisting
that ho wuh not drunk lust night
hutwi'oii 12 and 1 o'clock. Tho
lostimouy of two officers who dis
turbed his gontlo slumbers while
ho was lying in tho arms of wo
woro going to say what Editor
Towflo did at tho Btnoking concert
last night, but will say Murphy
instead, it will look bottor in
print in tho Btroot and who
carried him down to tho station
house, rather predisposod His
Honor against his vorsion of tho
o flair, whioh was somewhat mixed
as to whether ho was taking a
walk or foil down stairs. At any
rato tho paymont of $'1.20 into the
hands of tho handsomo young
gentloman who has succoodod to
Jimmy Thompson's position will
squaro things and securo to Mr.
Kalawakua that liberty of whioh
ho is at present restrained.
Kauwauwa must havo had an
easy time of it for tho last four
months, for ho is accused of
hnvinc no visibloj lawful or in
sufficient lawful means of support
miring tno wnoio oi mat neriou.
Ho will probably toll tho rest of
tho world whon ho has his trial
to-morrow how to livo without
working for his daily broad, and
thereby provo himself to bo a pub
lio bonofactor like Colonol Spal
ding and others who could bo
Sovou cho-fa suspects of Chineso
nationality wero duly arraigned
and each arid every ono pleaded
not guilty in an injured tone of
voice, whoreupon they woro dis
charged on tho spot.
Chun Cook will rest casior than
ho has for nino nights past, for
he knows his fate and doubtless
realizes that the pleasures of re
alization are groater than thoso of
anticipation. He has had an
opium churgo hanging over his
head like tho sword of Damocles
during all of this period, until
tbis morning whon tho susponso
beoamo unbearable und ho de
termined to end it by pleading
guilty. His Honor wrolo some
thing in his judgmont book which
being interpreted moans SCO and
costs. His two partners wouldn't
havo it that way, however, and
still persisting in their ploa of
not guilty, were discharged.
Eminent legal talont was neces
sary in tho case of Wong Hop,
accused of foloniously stealing a
lot of boards und sholving from
A. Fernandez on tho 31st ot July
last, L. A. Thurston appearing
for tho prosooution and J. A.
Magoon for tho dofenso. At tho
conclusion of the tostimony of
tho witnessos for tho proseoution,
a motion to disohargo tho de
fendant waB grantod, and tho
TWO SUNl'ICIOUH CASK.
Ixvllol Ilealdeiit Taken Sick
Hatvnluliao and Kent to
Thoro is no doarth of sonsational
and falso reports today about
sioknoBS and doaths at the Quar
antine Station. At tho Board of
Health office it is donied that
there is anything wrong at the
This morning a man from Iwi
loi, who was at tho wake tho other
night, was at Kawaialmo cemo
tery tonding tho gravo of his
wife, whon ho was tnkon
with diarrhoea. Ho waB drivon to
a house in a lano off Nuuanu ,noar
Kukui stroot, whoro Dr. Murray
was called to attend him. Tho
doctor is roported as finding his
ailmont tho stmo as that from
whioh a woman diod at Iwiloi, in
I tho house whoro tho vrako was
hold. Tho house whoro tho man
1 oi lias been quarantined.
AnnlliHr hIiiiIIhi' oaw Ih report
ol , hut tlio waiHiniy i-f 'ho Hoard
did lint know Hh loo.illty.
Tim Jliwrtl if Health HtrntN nt
1 o'clock thin afternoon In regular
At Its m-oting yesterday tho
Hoard dcoidid to prevent the do
nartitro of ptesongeis for tho other
Tho Bulletin's rcportorlal
forcu has been kept busy l'iin
morning running down unfounded
J. J. Williams sent over a lot of
clean clothes and toilet noccs
sarios to J. M. Wouthenvax at tho
quartintino station this morning
Lato arrivals at the Arlington
aro Mrs. nnil Miss Lindsay, Ki
lauoa, Kauai; Captain Beveridgo
and wifo, Kahului; L. A. An
drews, Maui; Wm. Henry, city;
Aug. AhrouB, Wuianao and 0.
Mint 'tain's Lecture
Saturday Evening, August 24, 1895.
1 -My First Theft.
2 Tho Jumping Frog.
3 Character of tho Blue Joy.
4 A Fancy Drosi Iucidont.
G Bit off tnoro than ho could Chaw.
0 Tom Hnwyor's Crusade.
7 (Not yet selected.)
During tho evening. tho Kawaihnu Quin
totto Club will piny choice selections of
Doors open nt 7 o'clock. Performance
commoncoa nt 8. Tickets $1.00 now on
snle at L. J. Levey's. No oxtrn chargo for
Extra cars will run on King and Bercta
nio streets before and after the lecture
Lewis J Levey,
70-6t Local Mnnngor.
H. E. Walker, Esq.
Agent "CLEVELAND BICYCLES."
Dear Sin: It isja pleasuro to be able to
add my praise to the justly renowned
morits of tho CLEVELAND BICYCLES. I
have ridden a CLEVELAND for more than
a yoar, and hnvo never had occasion to find
tho slightest fault with its Mechanism or
Stability. I heartily recommend tho CLEVE
LAND to all persons who contemplate tho
purch'nso of a good wheel. Sincerely yours,
REUBEN A. DEXTER.
H. E. Walker,
Notice to Shippers.
SHIPPERS BY THE STEAH
or "W. G. Hall" are requestod to
make all shipmonts for Kau, pre
vious to tho sailing day.
No freight will bo rocoived after
8 o'clock A. m. on sailing day.
TV. H. MoLEAN,
Secretary J. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Aug 21, '95. 81-lm
Mystic Lodge K. of P.
AT the regular convention of Mystic Lodge
No. 2, K. of 1'., to b hcld.nt their Castle
Kail this (Wednesday) evknino, the sank
of Pago and Esqulro will be conferred.
All Knights qualllled are cordially Invited
to be present.
Per order of the C. C.
P. WALDRON, P. C.
81-1 1 K. of K. & fi.
ALL TERSONS INDEBTED TO TI1E UN
dersigued nro requested to sottlo tho
samo on or before Soptembor 1, 1805.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Honolulu, Aug. 12, '03. Furnituro Dealers.
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quoen stroot, Ho k lulu, H, I,
TVOw in I'i'oi'uhhiiI
N. S. SACHS,
MO lV.it 8liel,
HemnanU of Silks, Wont
Drew (looods, Wiuh Mat
erials, Whllo (Joudi, . . .
AllnmnniitHtantkcil with number of
Sweeping Rotations in Millinery
Our entire Btock of fino Millinery nt grently
iiiwii iniw hi h
This groat homo-inado drink is as healthful as it is ploaB
ant. It is good all tho timo; good for tho childron; good for
tho grown-up folks; good for ovory body harmful to nono.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho offocts of tho heat. It is absolutely froo from
a singlo intoxicating property and is ovorywhoro recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hire's Eootboor extract will mako iivo gal
lons. Tho directions aro so simplo that anyone can mako tho
most delicious, sparkling, offorvoscont bovorago without
troublo or oxponso. Ask your storokoopor for it, mado only
by The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo have used your Itootbcer for tho last thrco years nnd think thero is
nothing equals it. Mrs. N. Sickel, 393 Northampton strcot, Boston, Mass."
" I havo boon using your Rootboer for throo years, nnd havo recommonded
it to many of my friends: 1 luvo also been muoh pleased with it. It is re
freshing, nourishing, in fact words aro lnadenuato to express its worth. Mrs.
S.Buaun, Statostreot, between Constance, New Orloans, L. A., U. S. A."
HonnoN Dnua Company, Wholesale Druggist.
Benson, Smith & Company, "
Hollibteii Dnua Company, "
Lewis & Company, Grocors.
To remind you that we havo a Sewing Machine In which wo placo so much confidence
that wo will send It to you on trial free for a week and If not satisfactory you may return It
at our expense.
Wo mako this offer because we know our goods.
Our Machine costs a tritlo more wholesale und sells for a trlflo more retail than any other
Machine In tho world, but It Is worth It. Listen: It makes Ihe stltclie to tho revolution
while others mako but thrco and one half. In other wordsyou do what Is thrco days' works
on tho eld stylo In two days with tho "Standard", If you are tired or busy that Is worth
whllo. Taito this In your bonnet.
The "Standard" lull both chain and lock ttttch.
Thu "Standard" gives a written guarnntco for flvo years. It docs every thin- that can
be done on a 8ewl5 Machine, what more do you want f "
Sold on tho Installment plan at Eastern prices, f 10'dlscount for cash. For rent br
week or month. '
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Tol.994, Waring Block, P. O. Bx, -102. Cor Fort and For, SU.
Honolulu, II, I,
Whllo mid llmwii Cotton-.,
HIipctlnKM, TaMo Linen, nnd
other odds and uml. , . .
ynrls nnd price In plain figures.
One Week Only.
Ladies nt d Children'
And so can you in
side, outsido and
all tho way through