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EVENING BULLETIN', AUGUST 01. 1805.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
vs. Unknowns today at
Soorotary Oorbett of the Y. M.
C A. and wife 'are homo again.
GOO Dozon Soaks, just received,
at Tracy's. $1.50 to 2.40 por
Tho Warrithbo' loaves this after
noon but will, tako' no mail, pas
sengers or froight.
Among tho "Warrimoo's pas
songers wore Armstrong Smith
and Mrs. William Eaesie.
Ilov. Mr. $irnio' resumes his
duties as pastor of tho Central
Union Ohuroh tomorrow.
A tolophono post and reckless
driving 'caused tho wreck of a
Chinaman's- hack Inst night.
Captain Robert Parker has ro
coivod an ofliciul appointment as
ngout of tho Board of Honlth.
William Praser will aot as
Unitod States Consul at Alahu
kona until Charles J. Falk can
Citizons of Luhuina have re
solved themsolves into nnnctivo
and enorgetic local Bourd of
Tho rogular monthly mooting
of the Pionoer Building and Loan
Association takes place on Mon
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary Voolon Undor
Wear for Men and Women at very
low prices at Tracy's.
Finoly furnished rooms with
hatb and olhor modern improve
ments for rent at rotisonublo
prices at 29 Horetnnia street.
Speaking of window curtains,
wo will sell boaaties (at J5 cents
a pair, during the clearance sale
at the 'Tomplo "of Fashion Sep
B. T.vMcOallough, a passonger
on the Wilder, mourns the loan nt
$140 in gold, abstracted from tho
hiding piaoo in which he kept his
money on tho trip.
L. B.Kerr will roueivo by the
Australia a new lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and cream
oropons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
City Oarriago Co., J. S. And
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horse and oaro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Hook at ull hours.
1 huve just opened at my storo,
Waring Block, what is probably
tho most completo lino of light
flannel ovorshirts ovor offered in
Honolulu. Pricos range from CO
conts to $2.00. L. D. Timmons,
"290" is. tho number most fro
quontly called ovor tho tolephono
wiroH, It rings up the Unitki)
C'AintiAOK Company's stand, wboro
Suporior Hacks, with snfo and
cotirtoous drlvorsi aro always to
bo found. A oownloto livery
outfit, including bougies and wag
goiiottoM, furnished at tho short
9 Cut thin Coupon out nml voto It it tlio g
i ltui.urm office, OOP KIiik aired.
m rr W
2 1 1
I m I lo
-n (q Q
Joint J. Sullivan, tho popular
linok nwnor, linn suiTorcd a rolapso
and is very 111 again.
Tliero is mtioh disappointment
oxprossod ovor tho inability of
Mark Twain to locturo tonight.
Tho cloaranco salo at tho Tem
ple of Fashion begins Monday
morning, A fact to bo romom
borod. Two nativos wero arrested this
morning for vending swipos, and
a Chinaman for violating hoalth
It now requires a pormit from
the Board of Health to leave town,
but a good many wont off this
afternoon without consulting that
Somo fine specimens of coffuo
on branohos woro on exhibition
at F.ort stroot wharf this morning,
which camo down on the steamor
W. Q, Hall from tho Hawaiian
Ooffoo and Tea Company's plan
tation. In these times whon tho dread
ed microbo is liable to make its
appearanoe in any of the homo
mado drinks, Entorpriso boor is
tho boat drink, for overybody. It is
IlUrn. Hnnrlt1inf. nVinnlnfnlv nnfn
and noods no boiling beforo drink
ing. Jim uoaa lias ordered a
large supply to arrive on the Aus
tralia on Monday.
Tho atmosnhoro in tho neigh
borhood of the editorial room of
this paper has been decidedly
bluo today and that in tho com
posing room has boon Bulplmrous
as well. This stato of ffairs.has
been caused by the burning of tho
refuse and garbage on the govern
ment lots across tho street. Tho
smell of sulphur in tho composing
rooms is causod by tho ouergetio
manner in whioh the boys have
been expressing opinions on tho
A Vicious Anwanlt.
James Dodd, proprietor of tho
Pantheon Saloon, 'was "last night
the viotim of a savago and unpro
voked assault that should land its
perpetrator bohind the barB for
somo time to como. Tom Fox,
driver for Jttnies Campbell, entored
tho saloon with a bulldog about
11 o'clook, and was requested to
loave, as the animal might bita
some one. Fox ref usod and ho
was ojocted. Dodd returned into
tho saloon, supposing tho mattor
was ended, when Fox suddenly
oarao in and. springing at him,
bit him in the lower lin. nnnrlv
severing it from his faco. Several
stitches woro necessary bofore
Dr. Surmann finished sowing him
up. " ' ,
USED AN ANCIENT CHART.'
The Warrimoo Accident Tfot Wholly
Duo to 1'osr.
Victoria (B. O.), Aug. 15. At
tho inquiry beforo tho agent of
tho Marine and Fisherios Depart
ment as to tho grounding of tho
steamship Warrimoo, it was de
veloped that Captain Arundel was
using an iuoorroot ohart, sovoral
years out of datq, which, it is
bolievod.was as much tho cause of
tlio accident as the fog. It was also
shown that at the timo Mm vnnnnl
struck she was on her proper
course according to tho worthless
chart in use.
Medicinal Whisky &
We liavo in stock
AMERICAN BOURDON WHIBKY,
(17 your old)
FRENCH BRANDY , v
(10 yearn old) N
Can produco Custom House oetllficate in
No fsmlly should U witjioul ft In rto of
nVuui. ' -
"Mixot'avluno Ac Q,
(iiiidiirr cot jut not.
itciniutriil Curdle)' In ExtrmlllliHi
Uuac Heliiaiided for nUablllty,
J. O. Carter, administrator of
tho cstalo of H. G. McGrew, do-
coasud, by his attornoys, Carter
tfc Kinnoy, files a motion that tho
Court filo its docirfion and ontor
iudgmont for tho nmount olaimod
iguinst tho Mutual Lifo Insur-
uuco Co. with costs.
Jllilrro Wliitinrr linn nlrrnnd nn
ordor for a' commission to tnko
ovidonco of T. V. Uarvov in.tli.i
casoof A. M. Boattio vs. J.' F.
In Nahaololuaot nl. vn. Tfnnnlm
etnl.,the dofondant Kanahu by
horattornoy, A. G. M. Robert
son, has filed a motion for nn ni-
dor to direiit Honry Smith, mas-
ler, io maico a lurmer appralse
mont of tho property involved and
sold at auction on July 5.
In Kaaahu vs. Giovanni Long,
the plaintiff filon n rnnlinnfinn in
Captain Woisbarth bv hia nt-
tornoy, J. ,L. Kaulukou, with
draws his anneal from nflvnmn
judgment in his suit against J.
rrugnor on account oi cuoin lost
lu LOO 1 OIO Wrpnlrlllrr onlarnniia
TnArrn TVUiH-L. - ..' -
uuuHu nuiwujj, gU mouoa oi
Cocil Brown? uttorney for H.
Focko. OXnOlltnr nt thn n-itl nt
Jamos Gay, ordered tho oxeoutor's
uuui utuuuui rotorroa io xiomy
In tho matter of the petition
for the extradition of E. S. Oart
tley, late of San JPrancisoo, A. M.
Brown, Marshal, "signs" aortifi
cate in court that tho respondent
is in a semi-insane condition.
Judge Whiting orders that re
spondent be dotainodiu custody
undor tho wqrrant, until such
timo as ha may bo physically
nblo to appbar boforo Court.
Hartwell, for .complainant; C.
Brown for respondent.
Aswan vs. Pang Lnm and olhors
was on its third .day's heandg
yoetorday bofore Judge Cooper.
hi J. P. Mendonoa vs. Kol'o
mana and Luahine, assumpsit,
Judgo Whiting has givon a de
cision for plaintiff. O. Brown
for plaintiff; Baren-ba for do
What better investment lhan a
light offico coat, -thoso sweltoring
hot days. Cool, comfortable and
Building and Loan AffociBfiion
The rogular monthly meeting
will be hold at tho Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
1NG, Soptomber 2, 1895, at 7:30
3Pavmanta am rnnmVn.i ;n
Gold. ' ' """ "
A. V. GEAR,
w-2t ' Secretary,
Tho nlenRiintnat. niiatno
shadiest and most perfectly up-
DOlnted Hansidn rnani-t nn M.r.
Islands. It is onlv four milnn
from tho heart of tho city and
within oasy reach of the tramcars,
whioh run every twonty minutes
oroftonor. Elegantly furnishod
dotaohed cottages or rooms nro
obtainable on oasy terms. Tlio
tablo is suporior to that of any of
the city hotels and all tho modern
oonvoniencos are provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain oxtra accommodations by
telephoning in advanco.
Tho bathing facilities of Sans
Souoi aro suporior to thoso of any
placoon tho boacli.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Thursday, Sept. 5,
At IS Noon.
J mJiMirui-MbjiMllfQrncMiintfjf whom
Tit Wreck of the Birk o. W, WILCOX
Now lying uir Molokul.
L, J, Lovoy,
READY FOR BUSINES
NEW GOODS :: NEW GOODS
JUHT OI'UNED AT
N. S. SAOHS'
020 Fort Btioet,
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
COTTON DUCK -
In solid colors, stripes and polkn dots
Latest Patterns and Shades in fiRnred and solid
colors. New Flnnnolottcs and Boby 'lannoh. A
now sBsortmont of striped Porcales for Shirt
Waists. It you aro In search of fine new materials
look at onr strfclr before ranking your pttro.,riws.
This groat homo-made drink is ns healthful as it is pleas
ant. It is good aU the timo; good for tho children; good for
the gTown-up folks; good for everybody liarmful to none.
It koops the blood pure and cool, BtrongthonH tho system and
counteracts the offocts of the heat. It is absolutely froo from
a single intoxicating property and is ev6ry wlioro rocoguized ns
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
i A R!ckjg0 of Sfro's'ftootboor oxtroct will make live gal
lons. Ihp directions are bo simplo that anyone can make tho
most delicious, sparkling, effervescent bovorogo without
Fou10 9, exPon2?' Ask your storekeeper for it, made onlv
by The Charles '13. Hires Co,, JPhiladolphia, U. S. A.
" Wo bave usod your Hootbeer for tho last three years and think there la
nothing equals it. Mbs.N. Sicxxl, 398 Northampton street, Boston, Mass."
' I have boon ustag your Bootboor for three years, and lmvo recommended
it to many of my friends. I hve also boen muoh pleasod with it. It is re
freshing nourishing, in fact words are inadequate to express its worth. Mns.
S. Bbau, State street, between Constance, New Orloaus, It. A., U. S. A." "
iTOBBEKS: . 1
Hobron Dnoa CompaIiy, Wholesalo toru'eeist
Benbon, Smitu & Company, K&
HpLiiisTErt Dnoa Company,
LEWI8 & COMPAN-f , Ornnnra
To remind you that we have 8ewnB Srachlne In which w placo , much confiJenM
Kr'S-SSJ. l yOUOn tr,,,ftfor.B w.i,dlfot "eorV7SumtrKtuJ!!u
We muki! Hilt otn-r lifctune we know our kqocIi.
Our Maclilno conts a trltlo moni wholnsla and tulli for a trlllo moru r.-i.n n,... ... .. .
Muchliie In the world, but It Ik w.irlh It. I.l.uin I It raakw "lie 5 Hm to ? i.yiS "r
while others maku hut three and one half. In olhc wor.l, ion do Vvl at uVi.rU.S,..r?.olu,,V"
on lite old .lyle In tv.o c!BJh will, tho "AfaMbnl". If io ?o ltd or LusJ ?llWl w0tS?
while. I'uata thin In ourlmiinct, "?" re una or busy that U worth
Tlie "itlatnliini" h both thuin mid lotk tlllch.
Jliu,,maiiiJarir'L'Hrii wilticiiKiiuraiitfoforilvu veam It .i. ..... n.i.. ..... .
rd" L'lrj n wilticii k'liuraiitro fiir llv year It
lint Midline, what more do you want f
iitalliient,pla1i st Katteru prices, flu'dUcoi
lid donii mi a &e a
Hold Oil HlU III
O. V. STURDEVANT,
Tol.ODt, WarliiR lilook, . O, Uox, 102, Cor Fort nd llor, fil,
Honolulu, II, I.
: - COTTON DUCK
' " ; -)
Auu so can you in
side, outside and
rall the way through )
MJf tl 1J1IV1UU
"y iij miiiu iujii raa
omit for cash. Yor rent by