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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 11, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The band will piny at Emma
Sqnnro this ovoning.
Tho Waialealowas telophoncd
off port ns this pnpor wont to
Senator Cecil Brown did not
mnko his appearance in theSonato
chamber this morning.
Goo. Harrison, tho piano tuner
has moved his office to Fort street
opposite tho Catholic mission.
Dr. Coonor is attondine "Willio
Chamberlain. The young man ,
says lie feels all right ngiun.
TTonrv 8. Nnvlor lost his liltlo
girl, aged throe months, on the
Gth iust. The funeral took ploco ;
on tho 7th, at 3 p. m. '
Lost A Healani handkerchief. ;
Tinder will receive a reward by I
rolurning to the bulletin ohico
on King streot.
J. B. Andorton notifies all thoso
indebted to Dr. McLounan to sot
tie before tho 25th inst. or tako
A communication from "Vor
bu m Sap" is unavoidably hold
over untd tomorrow, together with
some other matters of interest.
After painting the town rod on
Saturday ovoning, boys from both
tho boat clubs wont to tho Hoala
ni boat house and indulged in a
M. Phillips says ho will soon
write a book on "How to Lose
Boat Races." Ho has studied
tho subject deeply.
W.W. Dimond calls attention to
tho morits of a now pot and kottle
olonnor that is usoful and costs
little. Also to tho new Crown
Fryer for doughnuts, potatoes and
John Toms, Bpocial administra
tor of the estate of 0. R. McVeigh,
deceased, publishes n notico to all
concerned in tho said estate, and
especially to thoso who have un
finished contracts with tho late
Mclnerny's Shoo Store comes
to tho front today with an
announcement concerning shoos.
Fivo dollars worth oE comfort is
given away free with each pair of
shoes purchased from that firm.
Geo. Boss is tho boss with tho
oar, and his roar when ho jumped
from tho boat when sho bumped
against tho pior was a cheer,
showing well that ho still had
some wind loft behind, though ho
had rowed two hard races.
Tho big nlgorobn tree in tho
Catholic mission grounds bears a
nont sign notifying people that
tlmt tiuo as tho first of its species
planted in tho Islands, tho seed
having beon put in the ground by
Father Bachelot in 1837.
Tho Bulletin is informed
that the direct cause of
death of tho late 0. E. McVeigh
was duo to an original infection
from poisonous pent-up fluids.
Tho operation porformed some
time beforo had nothing to do
with his death.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
IN TUB IIIGIIKIl COUUTS.
John To in Appointed Administrator
ore. It. McVeigh' Kstntc.
J. D. Holt, in the case of Win.
Larsen vs. Graham and Holt, has
moved for a continuance and tho
issuance of a commission to take
Tho caso of Naaihuolnma vs.
Moke" Pualolo, assumpsit, is dis
continued with tho plaintiff's con
sent. "Tho defendant in tho suit of
Dong Duck, ot nl., against Fook
Sing, for dobt, pleads that
that ho is a bankrupt and asks
for a stay of proceedings whioh
haB beon granted.
John Toms has-been appointed
temporary administrator of tho
estato of C. R. McVeigh, decoased,
with Edward Tonuy as his surety.
A bond in tho sum of
S1000 was filed. Mr. Toms
is father of tho widow.
Dorcas F. Richardson, on aunt
of Edward, Thomas and Lucy
Richardson, minor hoirs of Geo.
E. Richardson, of Wailuku, Maui,
docoosod, petitions tho court to
appoint W. O. Smith as guardian
of tho persons of said heirs, ho
Doing now guardian or tnoir pro
perty. Tins potition is filed on
account ot tho death of Thomas
"W. Everett, former guardian.
I'welth Annual jYEeeting
Jockey - Club
Jxme Uth, 1896.
linccH to Commcnco nt 10 a. in. Shnrp.
1 BICYCLE RACE. Price:
Gold Medal, valued at S20.
2-BICOYLE RACE. Price:
Gold Medal, valued at S30.
3 HONOLULU PURSE, 8200.
Running race; $ milo dash.
Free for all.
4 MERCHANTS' PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness. Best 2 in 3, 2:45 class.
5-OOEANIC S. S. CO'S CUP,
S150 ADDED. RunningRaco;
2 milo dash. Hawaiian Brod.
G ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 milo dash.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 2 in 3, 2:35 class.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, g milo dash for
Hawaiian breds, S1C0.
9 KALAKAUA CUP. 1 mile
dash for Hawaiian bred, 150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting niid pacing to
harness. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or undor. Purso $100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S PURSE. 4 milo
dash; free for all. $150 added.
All entries are- to bo made with
tho Secretary beforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1896. En
trance fees to bo 10 per cent, of
purse, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to be run or trotted
undor the ru'cs of tho Hawaiian
All horses aro expected to stait,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on Juno 10th, 189G.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (oxtra)
50 cents and $1
Carriages (iusido .of course)
Quartor stretch badges $5
Per order Committee,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Administrator's . Notice.
Having been appointed temporary Ad
ministrator of tbeEatateoIO.R. MoVKIQH,
Into of Honolulu, deceased, notice is hereby
given to all personshnvlup moneys or
otbor property belonging to tbe suid Es
tato to py and deliver tho same to tho un
dersigned immediately, and to all persons
having unfinished contracts with the said
0, 11. MoVeigh in his lifetime, to confer with
the undersigned as soon as possible, at tho
deceased's late place of business, corner of
Queou and Nuuanu streets.
Honolulu, May 11th, 1800. 301-3t
The nndersignod, having beon duly ap
pointed administrator of the Emitto of
JAMES DONNELLY, lato of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu , deccasod. Notico is hereby
givon to (ill creditors of tho deceased to
present their claims, whether seemed by
mortgages or othorwiuo, duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers, if nuy exist, to
tho undersigned within sis mouths from
the date hereof, or thoy will bo forover
bnrrod, and all pcisons indebted to tho
said dcceahcd aro requested to mako unmo
diato payment to the underigiiod at his
ofllco, No 42 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Administrator of tho Estato of James
Honolulu, April 23, 1800. 2S5-St
Notice to Settle.
Parties owing accounts to Dr. MoLen.
nan or notified to pay the sumo beforo the
23th Inst., otherwiso they will bo handed
over to an attorney for collection.
for l)r McLcunau.
Honolulu, May 0th, 1800. 301-31
I !-:?3&ijgJ4li WMWiliir i-ysggyLi
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Iligliost of ill) in Ltuvoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Eoport.
simply used as bait, won't bring
permanent business. "Wo want
permanent business. Wo aio gat
ing it too. Tho regular nvory
day dealings, where wo savo our
patrons money on evory purchase,
is tolling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to advortiso
prices and after a while put them
back whoro thoy wero originally.
"When wo cut prices, wo novor put
tho prico back. Our business
methods aro fair, squaro and abovo
board. "Wo do just as wo say wo
will. Wo live up to everything
Barry's Tricophsrcus 25c, old price
Fig Syrap 35,, oM price 50c,
Camelliue 25c-, old price 50c
Aycr's Clierry Pectoral 75c, old
These aro a fow of tho liberal
iricos wo accord our friends. Wo
mvo not enough room to enumer
ate them all horo. You will got
HOBp di Co.,
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twenty-Two Pounds.
When You Buy
'Buy ouo with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you're ten
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. -Tho
Sterling, has beon on tho
market fivb years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Cataloguo, mailed free to
any address, and you will
'BVILT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: S10.00 down, balanco
S2.50 a wcok or a liboral discount
Lots For Sale !
LOT AND HOUSE AT KAPALAMA,
right on tho Tramways Lino. Itontod ut
$ 10.00 per mouth. House-Lots at tho
10 Lots at Kamanuwai, on the raauka
corner o( tho extension of Kukui street ami
proposed Itivor street. Tho Lots aro lovel
ud; it is ouo of tho best house niton in tho
city. Thero is a yood road leading now
from Derctaiila street to tbeso Lots. Prices
aro reasonable. Titles perfect.
For further particulars, apply to
W. O. ACHI.
Houolulu, April 10, 189G. 270-lm
Telephone Gil. P. O. Box 298.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Do you want us to keep
your clothing nnd dresses
clennod and pressed for you 1
Wo will tako nil tho responsi
bility. All that is required of
you is to telophono us to' cnll
at your house nnd get tho
goods. We will clean, press
and repair them and return
them to you in first-clan's con
dition. How much does it
cost? Only ono Dollar per
;tll;iKI!tO.S & UGCKKIt,
The Hotel Streot Tailors.
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwuPJuutution... 1 00 75
Wniuimo 1 50 1 25
The Arm ess Wonder,
Born Without Arms.
This Littlo Portugnoso Lady EATS,
WMTKS, SEWS, and performs many
othor feats entirely with hor toes.
Exhibitions daily commencing on TUES
DAY AFTERNOON, April 23th. Opon
from 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. in., and 7 to
420 lunnti Street, nliovo Hotel.
Admission, 25c, Children, lOo.
Henry Davis & Go.
Has received tho usual consign
Standard . .
Ai well as some Delicacies by tho
Has just roturncd by tho Australia and do
sires to stato to all tho former patrons of
her lato husband that sho will contiuuo tho
Express business for tho support of herself
nnd childreu,aud wishou a liberal patronage
from tho public 29!)-6t
HUSTAOE. & CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest mnrkot
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
Consoliaatefl. Sola later Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
03? TAICB THE .LEAD -sg
The R, & &. Summer Corset I
The R. & G. Nursing Corset!
A Pull Lino o Sizes now on hand.
The I3, isf. Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortable Hiding Corset.
IFerris' Groocl Sense Corset Waists!
Try thorn, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull off; cord ctlgo button holes will not wear,
out; ring buckle on hip to securo hose supporters.
psT" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 ".Fort Street.
Bevolution : in : Prices!
GREAT BARGAIN AND SPECIAL SALE.
Copimenclng MONDAY MORNING We Offer Goods at a Slaughter
Jn Prices I
ALL DEPARTMENTS HAVE BEEN DRAWN UPON TOR THIS SPECIAL SALE.
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS and VELVETEENS.
BROOADE SILKS aro tho rago in tho States. Wo can boat their
RIBBONS, LAOES, GLOVES and SUNSHADESt;j(novor offered
at such prices. '
IN HATS, wo can suit you: for tho Beach or Pearl City; for town
or for travel, at tho smallest outlay. JOc. to '25c.
JFEATHERS- In Plumes and Tips a large nsHortmont.
FLOWERS and FRUITS-a great varioty.
HOSIERY, in all colors and sizes; for email children or large men.
Ladies and girls will also find a supply.
LADIES' COSTUMES-Somothing special.
QUILTS and SHEETINGS. TOWELS, 50c. half dozou. A splen
EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS and INSERTIONS, all widths.
FLANNELETTES, now patterns, 15 yards S1.00.
And a very largo varioty of Goods in othor lines.
J535- All goods in tho Salo marked in plain figures.. j&
J. T. WATEnHOUSE, QUEEN STREET.
It Isn't Your
If it cries out to your nerves from a prison
houso of leather. Ill-fitting shoes would
spoil the temper of n Saint. But when you
buy tho MoINERNY Shoo, you got $5.00
worth of comfort with every $3.50 pair of
shoes. They are mado to fit feet -made
from best calf-skin. '-
EIGHT SHAPES. MANY WIDTHS.
MclNERNY S3.60, S4.GO, 85-50
Mclnerny's Shoe Store.
405 FORT STREET, .... Honolulu.
TO THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk. : Plow.
AamcuLTuitAL College, Miss., Jan. 29, 1896.
Dn. O. W. Daijney, Washington, D. O.
Dear Sih: Yours of recontdatoin regard totho"Sooretary" plow has
boon on my desk some days, but I delayed Bending a reply in ordor
that I might sond nomo photos which go with this.
Deoro x Company sent ono of tho plows, tho first ono which was com
pleted, to this station, nnd wo gavo it a vory thorough tost in Dooom
borlast. Tho ground on whioh it was used was a field which had
novor boon plowod moro than six inohos dcop, nnd whioh had boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throo good mules wo wore nblo to
plow ten inchos deop without making tho work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly a part of tho ground was plowed to a depth of
fuurtoou inchos. Tho plow cortainly does boltor work thnn I have
ovor seon dono with any other implomont. S. M. Tiiaoy, Director,
Mr. Trary, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
I havo novor soeu ground loft in us good condition after tho plowing,
tho furrows boing thrown so ns to pulvorizo tho soil moro thoroughly
thim can bo dono by nn ordinury plow, and all trash nnd weeds woro
oomplotely turned undor.
K" "On exhibition at the Office of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Telephone 53. BST P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, nenr Oulm llnilwny '& Land Co. 'a Depot,
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMrOUTEHS AND DEALE118 IK
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Points, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
STAMPED ON SOLE.
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