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EVENING BCfLLETIN, JULY 23, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Kama vs. Stars on Saturday a
Judgo Porry is booked to loavo
ou tlio Mouowai.
Tlio Monowai sails for San
Francisco at 5 o'clock.
Somo charming hats at Mrs.
Hanna's; also tlio August Dolino
ntor. A steamer built at Savaii, Sa
moa, has appoared in Apia har
bor. Miss Grnco Eobortsou will
leave cm the Warrimoo for Van
couver. Professor Kennedy, a mesmer
ist, was a through passongor on
Tlio German ship Falko was
tlio only war vessel nt Apia when
the Monowai called.
Between four and live hundred
contract Chinese aro expected on
the Bolgic ou Friday.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tlio
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from $1.00 per weok up.
Percy Marks, representing the
Loudon Commercial News, passod
through on the Monowai.
Tlio band will play at the Ha
waiian hotel this evening at 7:30.
Program in nuothor column.
Among tho through passongers
on tho Monowai aro Archbishop
ltedwood and Bishop Dr. Proyer.
Bev. Alex. Mackintosh attended
tho social of tho Daughters of
Bobckah. Ho. is an active Odd
Colonel G. W. Boll, United
States Consul General at Sydney,
is a through passenger on tho
E. W. Holdsworth, Mrs. Fred.
"Watorhouso and Mrs. E. M. Car
tor are booked to leave on tho
Tv U IU few members of the Y. M. C. A.
v)- orchestra nro requested to bo on
Jitfjiil nt tne usual time and place
VV'b or rehearsal this evening.
r& Major General Hoggo and Col.
.V liurtou Brown of tho British
Army aro visitors to tho islands
who arrived by tho Monowai.
Professor Koebolo 1ms nonn to
Kauai to look after a now insect
' which is reported to bo ravaging
tho cnno-fields in iho vicinity of
Many people who heard tho
fire alarm this morning thought
(he Monowai was signaled, tinn
ed over on the other side and con
tinued their slumbers.
Chief Engineer Hunt has a
lame foot. During tho firo last
night ho stopped ou a wiro nail,
which wont through the heavy
Bole of a rubber boot and pene
trated his foot.
A Tokio paper says that the
cruiser Olympia recently made a
speed trial under natural draft
and logged oighty-Gvo knots in
four hours and ton minutes, an
average of 20.4 knots per hour.
MisB Alice Bice, tho accom
plished pianist, played for tho
last timo iu Honolulu, at loast for
tlio present, at tho Daughters of
Bebokah's social last night. She
r leaves much rogrottod for Oak
land, Cnl , with her fatuor aud
sister, by tho Monowai.
Tho marriage of James B. Mil
born of Honolulu and Miss Ida
E. Clark of San Francisco took
place in San Diego, July 3d. Mr.
and Mrs. Milboru will romain
sovoral weeks in Southern Cali
fornia before Boiling for Honolu
lu, their f uturo homo. S. F.
Sister Albortiua of St. Audrow's
Priory leaves on tho "Warrimoo.
This will be tho first time sho has
been away from tho islands in
thirty yoars. Sho will spond three
weeks with tho Bev. and Mrs. H.
H. Gowen at Now AVestminBtor
and thonco go to San Francisco
for a fow woeks.
There was a good attendance at
tho Thomas Square band concert
but tho musio was not of a char
acter to provoke applause or olso
the band had an exceptionally uu
approciativo audience. Owing to
tho absonco of Inspoctor bam
Macy and his whip the little hood
lum boys had a merry time.
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
s Malc3 lkUcr Bread and Pastry than
. Any Other Known Jirand,
Auk Your Gtoctr For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Ayente.
Paul Iseuborg. Jr., roturned
from Kauai by tlio Keauhou to
day. Dr. B. W. Anderson, tho don
tist, has roturned from his trip to
F.M. Httstcd, tho San Francis
codireclory man, leaves for homo
G. B. AgasBiz, a tourist who
Iiob beon visiting the islands for
sovoral weeks past, loaves by this
S. G. "Wilder and brido will
leayo for tho Coast by tho Mono
wai this afternoon. Thoy expect
to bo away Boveral months.
Tho Ministor of Interior calls
for tenders until noon of August
13, for tho construction of a road
along tho beach at Kailua, North
Hugo Fisher, Jr., expects to
leave lor tho coast today. Mr.
Fishor is a pen aud ink artist of
much promise and Iiob made many
friends here. Ho will probably
return in Docombor. Mr. Fisher,
Sr., tho celebrated painter, will
remain until fall.
Charles Peterson, tho Diamond
Hoad lookout, says ho had no tele
phonic communication with town
siuco yesterday afternoon. He
saw tho Monowai at 9 this morn
ing, but was unable to get connec
tion with tho central offico for
Bomo timo aftorwards.
HOUE LATE TKLMJltAUI.N.
Ill-ought by tho MoiiimviiI by Way
London, July 8. Tho British
South Africa Chartered Company
issued one million and a quarter
pounds worth of fivo per cont. de
bentures, which wore fully sub
scribed within 48 hours.
It is reported that a secret com
mittee of German jurists aro dis
cussing the question whether
thoy should prosecuto Mr. Beit,
lato diroctor of tho British South
Africa Company, for disturbing n
condition of alfairs favorablo to
Tlra House of Lords has passed
tho Diseased Animals Bills.
P.utis, July 8. Tho Chambor
of Deputies, by a majority of 29,
rejected tho Radical Income Tax
BuDA-PrjSTH, July 8. Tho Ta
riff Committeo of tho Telegraph
Convention recommend that fif
teen letters or firo figures should
form a word for cablo messages.
Tho Conference is certain to en
dorse tho recommendation.
Beiilin, July 9. Tho German
presB is excited over tho report
that Britain lias purchased a strip
of territory in Dolagoa Bay giving
access to tho interior.
London, July 9. There was a
full meeting of tho Paoifio Cablo
Commission yostorday. Earl
Selborno, Undor-Secrotary of
State for tho Colonies, presided.
The secretary had arranged for
witnesses to bo present to givo
evidence on various points in or
der to facilitate an exhaustive in
quiry, but Sir Donald Smith's
prosonco was urgently required in
Canada, nnd finding they would
bo uuablo to report this session,
tho Commission adjourned till
October 26. Earl Selbome, who
said ho was extremely busy just
now, concurred in this courBO.
Editor Bulletin: A foot
note to the drafts on tho Board of
Education reads as follows: "This
draft is duo and payable only at
tho end of the mouth for which it
is drawn, and should bo present
ed for paymont as soon after tho
ond of tho mouth as possible."
Now I liavo boforo mo a draft
dated 30th of Juno, and if it is
only payable "at tho end of tho
month for which it is drawn," how
am 1, being in Hawaii, to present
it in Honolulu for paymont on
tho very day it is drawn? And if
I present it "as soon after tho ond
of the month as possible," what
guarantee is thoro that it will bo
paid, whon it is distinctly stated
that it is payable only "at tho ond
of tho month for which it is
drawn?" Tho Board of Educa
tion will ploaso explain. Yours
July 20, 189G.
A CAN.UtY MUD WHICH ELEW INTO
the ireiiili('rt occupied by tlio unilertiigued.
The owner can have by calling foi it nud
liming (or thii inset tiou,
35a.lt A. 51. MELLIS.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Boport.
$ Skin Soap
Wo perspiro a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. Tf
not, there's trouble ahead. The
obstructed skin become1 allow or
bieaks out in pimple Tin
troub'e goes deeper, but this is
Jf you use Curative Sfcin Soap,
no matter how often, tho skin is
clean and soft and open and clear.
Don't use any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept fiee from blemishes
which torment tho little one.
There's no doubt about its being
the best and purest medicinal roap.
Hobron Drug Co
iitmuita vu;bu iiuwif
ttndniisott i norough-Fin,
Bunches with- I Wind-Puffs
out Itcmovluir ' Y,,,U u,,:
tho hair or throwing tho horso out
or work. 2.00 per bottle. Druggist,
Harness Dealers, or sent direct.
No. 31 Amherst Be, UprliigUvId, Diss.
Hobron Drug Co.
J. I. WATERHOUSE
An inspector of food is need
ed in establishments wh ore
fresh goods are not always
found. No one but a dealer in
inferior stuff would object to
it for the reason that men who
make a point of buying tho
best goods at figures within
tho reach of the average bread
winner sells them so quickly
that thoro is no danger of
We aro making a specialty
of groceries, good groceries
which wo buy and tell cheap.
Care in tho selection of them,
no job lots left on the hands of
jobbers, but good clean clear
cut goods suitable for tho best
class of people, but which wo
sell at prices within the reach
of every one. Our imputation
for soiling Dry Goods cheap
extends from Niihau to Hawaii;
it will bo no greater than tho
record wo intend making for
selling groceries cheap. Our
stock comprises: Teas, Coffees,
Syrups, Honey, Jellies, Cross &
Blackwell's Jams, Sago, Ta
pioca, Saloon Bread, Fish in
tins, Salt Pork in tins for
family use, and tho best varie
ties of cheese.
Our stock is now and now
goods aro recoived by every
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Quo cm Streot.
Auction Sales hy Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At i2 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell at
Situated on tho Ewa side of
Nuuanu Valley and above the
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location of theso lots is
the most desirable in tho
suburbs of the city.
The sito commands an ex
tended view of the city and
the surrounding country.
Asa residence location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial atmosphere of tho low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of theso lots cannot be 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 iu 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 oiler 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.
23?DEEDS FREE. jg
22P For further particulars,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Take an Outing
Trains will lonve at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 i. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 ' 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wftianao 160 125
Subnoribo for tho Evening Bul
letin, 75 cents por month.
Noyelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs I
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 IHorfc Street.
. Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
szr PRICES WAY DO"WIr a
JSTew "Veiling:, jSTew Laces,
'Drosdon. Hibbotis, Jvid Cloves.
GREAT CLEAMICE SALE
WILL TAKE PLACE
TEMPLE OE FASHION,
JE" Wo aro now busy
You can get an
ALL-WOOL BLUB SERGE SUIT FOR
MEN AT $6.50
Or n light Cheviot
for G.00. - - -
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager.
Wavorloy Block, Hotel Streot.
E Shirts Made to Order.
Arrived per S. S. "AuBtrnlla."
NOW ON BALE AT THAT
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
ISf Como early and get your iliolte.
407-0 Klnc; 8t., nenr Castle & Cooke.,
IUVINO BEEN ELECTED ASSIGNEE
(or tho Estato of Neo Leo of Honolulu, n
buuknirit, nil creditor nro lioroliy icquest
ed to hand in their claiiud ngaiuat said Eh
AUporxotw owing to tald Estnto mimt
innlkO iiayuiout to tho uudoruiBued at uuce.
3C0.3t Anintieo Est ito of Noo Leo.
Marking Our Goods Down to
P. D. Corsets
and G-ray .
lJVYIEl -:- eOSEI'jS
NO, 10 STORE.
CT 3Iy Haok does not tip in this maa
uor, no mutter how t eighty the load.
Hack No. 14
B TELEPHONE 17GJ9X
Staadi llothol nnd King streets.
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