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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 18, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Minstrels fit 8.
Baseball nt 3:30.
T. Muratn has a big lint bonan
za, for tho public.
Tho baud will play at the ball
gamo this afternoon.
Tho Benuiugtoii has been
ordorcd to China via Honolulu.
Kamohartchas vs. First Ropi-
ments nt the ball grounds at 3:30.
Tho Atkinson-Wilder wedding
will bo tho groat ovont on Mon
day See new card of 0. B. Dwight,
contrautor for stouo and cement
fcaptnin E. O. Whitoand family
y. vill loavo for a visit to tho Coast
!;-' '" ?'4" Tuesday.
Concert at Mnkco Island at 3
p. in. tomorrow.
l'ro'Tain in au-
0. Klommo it Co. have received
mnny delicacies by the Australia
. mentioned elsewhere.
E. "D. Tenney, of tho firm of
Cnstlo, & Cooko, leaves by tho
Australia on Tuesday.
The coins of Siam are mado of
porcoluin; those of Japan nro
made principally of iron.
Dr. Anderson and wife and J.
S. and L. L. McCaudloss will
leave for tho Coast on Tuesday's
Captain Day, U.S.N., and Mr.
Ermolor aro booked to leave in
tho Poking for tho Orient this
A name for the now steamer
of tho Wilder S. S. Co. has not
been chosen, but it will not be
nnmed after tho President of tho
D. Knahanui pleaded guilty in
tho Distriot Court this morning
of Jbattoriiig his wife. Sentence
Tho Bulletin extra with tho
Domocrutic nomination was cir
culated by hundreds at an early
hour last night.
Mrs. Shortridge, wifo of tho
, -f proprietor of tho San Francisco
Call, and Miss Shortridgo leave
on tho Australia.
Tho Kinau got away nbout 7
o'clock Inst evening, taking all tho
mail for Maui und Hawaii brought
by tho Australia.
A. J. Dorhy, D.D.S., Doutal
officn Cottngo No. 100, Alnkoa
stroet, telephone o. G15. Oflice
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
J. B. Daniels has succeeded C.
S. Bradford as Honolulu corres
pondent for tho New York World
nud San Francisco Examiner.
Passengers for this port by tho
City of Peking wore C. A. Spreck
los, T. H. Pnluche, Goo. Molen
dez, W. W. Dimond nud Rev. A.
Cook, nlias Palailo, ploadod
guilty to a chargo of nssault and
battery boforo Judo Wilcox this
morning and wns given n fino of
$20 and costs. '
Storling, tho painter, iB pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Houses n composition of
conl tar and comont. Chonpost
nnd best roof proparntion in Ho
The subject of the Y. M. C. A.
prniso service nt 0:30 tomorrow
evening will be: "God's Book
keeping," lod by Mr. W. H.
Covoll of Louisville, Ky. All nro
Superintendent Ecknrdt of tho
Queen'8 Hospital returned from
his vncatiou yestordny. Ho
brought with him two nurses for
tho institution, MisseB Edward
James L. Torbert of this city
wnB mnrried to Mrs. Lulu Hoy
wood at Snu Rafael, California,
on July 10th. Tho happy couple
came down on tho Australia last
night and will reside nt Pearl
J. W. Borgstrom iB njont for
tho celobrnted Kroogor pinnos, of
Now York. Ho builds orgaiiB.
Second-hand pianos taken as part
paymout. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning nnd repairing.
P. O. Box 387. Tolo. 317
.DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
All: l'uur Gvocer For It. V
UNION FEED 00., Sole Aijtnh
Two tontnB of short men from ,
Companies B. nud D. will try and
mako tall scores today.
Chester Doylo would hnvo
boon in Ewn this morning if ho
hadn't missed tho train.
P.C.Jones nnd O. L. Wight
wore nmong those who roturned
on tho AuBtrnlin last night.
Tho Pantheon saloon received
ono hundrod barrels of fresh cold
Enterpriso beer by tho Australia.
C. A. Spreckels, ono of tho
ownors of tho big SpreckolBvillo
plantation, enmo- down on tho
Julinn D. Hnyno's mnlndy has
beon pronounced can cor of tho
stomach. Ho will not return to
Rov. Eric Lowis, who wob for
Borne timo in tlieso islands, is
lecturing iu Soudnuesocostumo nt
Tho Mokolii brought down n
number of lopor boys who nro to
bo detained nt Ktilihi to bo ex
perimented on by Dr. Alvarez.
Yong Yeo nnd Tong Tnk are
under nrrest for burglar' in tho
first degree. They nro chnrged
with breaking into tho Iioubo of
Tong Yau in tho night timo with
intont to commit a felony.
Of tho eight native boys under
arrest for nssnulting Chinese five
plended guilty of being nccessn
ries. Tho three principals will
bo tried next Thursday. Judgo
Wilcox has suspended sentenco
on tho five.
Ohiof Engineer Hunt of tho
Firo Department had somo of his
men nt work this morning burn
ing up looso paper nnd other
garbage deposited on tho water
front near the lumber pilos. The
chief has ascertained tho names
of tho parties guilty of depositing
tho snme and proposes to havo an
example made of thorn.
C. H. Bradford roturnod on tho
Australia from a trip to San Fran
cisco whother ho wont to purchnso
an outfit for tho now Hilo paper,
to bo called tho Hilo Horold. Tho
ollicers of the Herald corporation
are: President, C. G. Campbell;
vice president, C. S. Bradford;
secretary, O.E. Cnwloy; treasurer,
W. L. Moore; auditor, J. a. Uan
ario. The Rev. H. II. Parker of Ka
waiahao church will exchange
with Rov. D. P. Birnio on Sunday
ovouing. Mr. Parker's thomo will
bo "Unconscious Influence." Tho
Borvico nt Kmvniahao, excopt the
singing, will bo in tho English
langungo, nnd tho sormon will
trent of tho "Present Opportunity
for Young Hnwaiinns." Tho cus
tomary Union Hawaiian service
will bo hold nt Kaumnkapili
Fiftoon minutes after tho ar
rival of tho Australia last ovouing,
Jim Dodd was selling fresh En
terprise boor received by that
vessel. His thanks aro duo to
Mr. LnwlesB, tho first officer of
tho steamor and to port sun'oyor
Geo. Stratomoyor for thoir kind
ness in assisting to got tho amber
fluid nshoro quickly. Mr. Law
less hns boon for many years with
that favorite steamer and a
pleasanter, moro accomodnting
officer never navignted n vessel.
At Mnlice Inland.
Following is the program for
tho concert at Makoe Island which
commouces at 3 p.m. tomorrow:
Overture King Steven Beethoven
Finale Bli lliilay Klioldt
Finale William Tell Kottlul
Selection Herald Angcli Ikycr
Selection The Rose of Castlllc Balle
Chorus Tncnhauter Waeuir
Selection Uollsurlo Donizetti
Finale Carmen Bizet
Wllder'H Xeir Steiimer.
Tho now Btoamor contracted for
by Mr. Wight for tho Wilder
Steamship Co. will bo completed
in nbout six months. She will bo
sovon foot shortor and havo two
foot loss boam than tho Olaudiue,
with n carrying capacity of about
650 tons. Tho vessel's appoint
ments nro to bo up-to-date in
ovory respect and very handsomo,
FKESH HOLL UUTTKU.
Sl'AUE ltUIS, and
! C. KLEMME & CO.,
1 Comer Chaplain Lane and Fort Street.
j TtdepuuneMU. --:- l. O. Box 101.
Highest of all in Leavoniug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Jiot afof to raipil
Built or honest value
lines Every grain of
material; every stroke
of work covered by
guarantee for which
no extra charge is
T. W. llOllKON,
King street, over
tor tho horse. HOT
NICK to look at. All
such bunches can be
without removing the
hair. Moro informa
tion if you write Of
Dealers, or sent direct.
No. 34 Amherst St.. (Springfield, Dtnss.
Hobron Drug Co.
July 18, IBOO.
A Show Repleto with Refined Minsdrolsy,
New Songs and Sayings by
Will tell you when It's light.
tZT THE REGIMENTAL QUARTETTE
iu cativo songs.
BURT L. FINNEY,
Will Juggle Clubs Blindfolded.
Laughable -:- Aftorpieco, -:- Entitled:
A Manager's Troubles
tZiT Seats on Sale at Benson, Smith &
Co., Fort itud Hotel streets. 335 4t
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, July 18, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 p. m.
A.clmis.sion, - 25c.
Daily Bulletin, 7uc. por mouth.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
'August 12, 1896,
At i2 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell at
Situated on tho Ewa side of
Nuunnn Valley and above tho
junction of Liliha and Wyllie
Tho location of theso lot? is
tho most desirablo in tho
suburbs of the city.
Tho site commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
the surrounding country.
As a residence location for
those who wish to escape the
malarial atmosphere of the low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of these lots cannot bo equaled.
As a safe and paying in
vestment, parties will bear in
mind tho wonderful apprecia
tion in values of lands adjacent
to tho city in tho past few years.
Tho Government water main
is laid to tho lots.
That theso lots may bo with
in tho reach of all, we offer tho
following unparalleled terms:
First Cash, with a discount
of 10 percent.
Second 25 cash, balance
at 5 per month.
Third $10 cash, balance at
$7.50 per month.
fFor further particulars,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
C. B. DWIGHT
Tirices contracts for all kinds of STONE
WOIIK, monument work, ccmont nnd
Btono Ridewnlks nnd curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian Htone, Chinoso
(jruuite, oto. Fine Rtono for monumental
work. Estimate Riven nud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
During Mr. Bonrdiunu'a ubsonce, Mr.
KwiiiR will hnvo cliargo of my books ami
attend to all collections. IIo cau bo fonnd
cithernt Mr. Duurdinnu's oflico at Uguru A
Co.'b or at my oflice.
335-tf DR. HERBERT.
Notice of Removal.
THE OALIFOltNIA WINE COMFANY
hnvo removed from their old storo ou Fort
street to tho Itobiuson Block, tho toio
formorly occupied by Onlway .t l'orter.
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
5S0 ITorfc Stroet.
. Dimities, JVIuslins $ Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS 1
Latest Combination of Colors
est PRTOJES WAY DCWISJ 3
New "Veiling, ISTew Laces,
Dresden. "Hibbons, Jvid C loves.
A Large and Varied Assortment.
Q! T T f T71 Ql
Is our Great Stock of All Sizes of
Boy's Suits !
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
At. fe. SILYA,
Telephone 240. Ill Port
CJl J .
lleanttful nnd Stylish. '
An Endless Variety.
. 10 FORT
Men, Women . .
. . . and Children
519 FORT STREET.
: : : lJrop.
Street. P. O. Box 147.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Ftin THK A1I0VK FOIIT OX
Tuesday, tVuIy 21st,
AT 4 O'CLOOK p.m.
Tho unilerniniiod nro now propnrcd to
irtstio Throuylt 'l'iuktts from thlH City to all
point in llio United Stutos.
ttTYox further imrticulftW regarding
Froight or Fiuni;0t npjily to
Wm. G. IUWIN&Oo., L'n,
M7- it (lonoral Agents.
IlEIHl PASTOll ISF.N'llEIlO WIHD AM
Sonntiit! don 11) .lull Vormittn(ii 11 Uhr
DcuUclion OottoKilifiist in der V, M. 0. A.
KaISEHLICU DCUTSCHE3 KOKSULAT.
SubHoribo fur tho Evkninu Bol
i.evin, 75 ount 8 pir mouth.
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