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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 21, 1896. 5 V.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Thoo. II. Envies & Co., have a
now card in this issuo.
Baseball tomorrow at 3:30.
Stars vs. Kmnehtunolms.
Cos. D., G. find II. aro each
ordered to drill this evening.
Dr. Iluddy's dental ollico will
be closed August and September.
Dr. G. T. Smith nud Dr. Avor
dam woro among tho arrivals on
Elsewhere appears a judicial
notice in tho mattor of tho estato
of James 0. Lauo.
An order of court in tho mattor
of tho Ena minors appoars offi
cially iu this paper.
Adjutant Siraonson, wife and
child, of the Salvutiou Army, ro
turned from Ililo today.
Captain S. L. Christio, well
known iu this city, was a through
pnssongur on the 13olgic.
Goneial nnrtwoll and daughters
loft on tho Monowai last night for
n short visit to California.
If you want an oystor cocktail
seasoned to exactly suit your tasto
call at tho Union Saloon.
Hon. W. O. Smith and Dr. C.
13. Wood returned from their trip
to China and Japan last night.
Thoro was an attendance of
fourteen nt tho rehearsal of tho
I Y. M. 0. A. orchestra last night.
I Suporintondont of Public In
struction H. S. Townsond and
family arrived on tho Kinau this
Tliero woro four ensos of plnguo
at Hongkong on tho 20th ult.,
four on tho 2dth, and only ouo
on tho 2Gth.
A. V. Gear routed tho Monsar
rat cottage yesterday to Mrs.
Johnson, who will romovo thoroto
from Adams lane.
1. II. "Whiting, for a long timo
employed in tho Star and Adver
tiser composing rooms, left for
Mrs. ?. Bnttorfiold, Miss M.
Nichols and Messrs. J. AV. Brown
and M. Murioka woro pasbongers
for this port by tho Bolgic.
For tho noxt two weeks Mrs.
Hanna will soil her largo and
linudbouio btock of hats at cost.
Now is your opportunity, la
dies. Tho PaciGo Hardwaro Compa
ny devote thoir advertising space
to an illustration of tho Secietnry
Disc Plow, of which thoy aro tho
Sterling, tho paintor, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a com position of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation iu Ho
nolulu. Thoro was a largo crowd at tho
whaif yesterday to seo tho Mono
wai oil". Tho Pacific Tennis club
members turned out in force to
bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Thoro was a largo but undo-
. monstrntivo audienco at tho band
' concert last night. Tho now
piece "Squoego Polka" was tho
only ouo which received much np-
On Saturday morning noxt at
10 o'clock in ono of tho Bothel
stroot stores of tho now Wavorley
block,Auctiouoor Morgan will soil
at auction tho ontiro stock of dry
goods damaged by lire and water
in tho fire nt B. F. Ehlors & Co.'s
store yesterday morning.
Tho committee men and moni
bors of tho Y. M. C. A. and all
frionds of tho organization aro iu
vited by tho Board of Directors to
bo present at an informal gather
ing at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms on
Monday evening at 7:30 to meet
Mr. Jas. Stokes nnd to hear from
him concortiiug tho work of tho
Association around tho world.
Officer Cordos returned from n
trip to Hawaii today, bringing
with him three prisoners. Two
of them aro natives from Kawai
hao hold to answer to tho noxt
term of tho Kolmla Circuit Court
for forgory. Tho third is Bundt
who had somo troublo with E. II.
F. Woltors and is out on S250
bonds. It is bupposeil his bonds
men hnvo had him brought down
preparatory to going oil' his bond.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Bolter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your (Iroctr 'or It.
UNION FEED CO., Solo Agents.
A young Swedish woman wants ,
)V. It. Castle left on tho Hall j
this morning. j
Dr and Mrs. Rowat left on tho '
Hall this morning. I
Eov. A. "W. Clark rolurns to tho
Coast by tho Bolgic.
Jas. W. Girvin and son return
ed on tho Kinau this afternoon.
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, veterina
ry surgeon, has a card of offico
and hours olsowhoro.
t Dr. Day has gono to Hawaii to
visit tho volcano and incidontally
look up tho coffee industry.
Tho Now Zealand Parliament is
about to pass n bill granting dom
estic servants n wookly half holi
day. Tho solo arrest this morning is
that of n Portuguese charged with
assaulting and battering a coun
trymnn. British Commissioner Ilawos
nnd Colonel Burton Brown of tho
English nrmy left on tho Hall this
Tho American Livory nnd
Boarding Stables contniu somo of
tho best horses and handsomest
carriages in the city. Thoir card
nppearB in another column.
Purser Beckley of tho Kinau re
ports tho volcano as being very
active yot, without much change.
All the volcano passengors who
wont up last trip remained.
Thoio is n handsome piece of
property, 70x100 feot, on tho cor
nor Prospect and Hackfold streots.
It is all fenced ready for building
and wator pipes aro laid on. En
quiro of II. M. Dow.
H. F. Heuss has boon nwnrded
tho contract for building tho four
roomed schoolhouso near tho High
School, which was mentioned in
an interview with Minister King
a few days ago. Tho prico is
Plans for tho Myrtle Boat Club's
house oxtonsion have been sub
mitted to tho Suporintondont of
Public Works for approval. It
will bo 20x58 ft. The lowor iloor
will bo enclosed for additional
boat space, and tho uppor part
will bo a handsome opon lunai.
Miss Marguerito Green, a teach
er of Kamehnmeha Preparatory
School, was a passonger in tho
S.S. Wnrrimoo today. Sho will go
to Castile, Now York, by tho Ca
nadian Pacific route, on a visit,
and from there will go to Gor
muny to complete a musical
Tho fire alarm a little before 3
o'clock this morning was sent in
from No. 3 Engine houso for a
blaze in a houso occupied by Japs
on the cornor of Maunakoa nnd Pa
uahi streets, supposed to havo
originated from tho overturning
of n lamp. It was extinguished
Dr. N. Russol has issued a
pamphlet outitled, "How to livo
on tho Hawaiian Islands." Tho
work contains many valuable
ideas relativo to tho propor mode
of life hero, brief chapters re
lative to climate and its oflfects on
tho human system, soil and water,
solectionof place of residence,
tho building of a houso, food, etc.,
oto. Tho book will provo of
value to all classes of people.
IN Tnn CIRCUIT COUltT, FIItST 'Gilt.
I cuit Hawaiian Inlands. In tho nmttnr
of tlio Estato of Mabel, Mary, Clara, Daley,
Tlios F., Anna and John Ena Jr., mlnois. On
nailing and fillnj tho petition of John Ena,
tho (,'iiuraiHii 01 uiu saw Mauil, Mary, CUrn
u.ufj, iuuo. i ., ilium mm JUUU r.un Jr.,
minors, praying fur an order of sale of certain
till tbtato belonging to tlics said -wards situ
ate at Mukso ana Kapaka, Koolauloa, Oaliu,
and setting fortli certain legal icasons why
such real estate should bo sold.
It Is hereby ordered, that tbo noxt of kin of
the said wards and all persons Interested In
tho tatd estate, appear before this Court ou
KUIDAY, the ?th day of Augiiit, A. I), lSDt),
at 10 o'clock ii, m , ut tho court room ol this
Court, Iu Honolulu, then and there to show
cauo why an order should not be grunted
lur tho salo of Biich estate.
Dated Honolulu, 11. 1., July 24, 18U0.
lly the Court:
A. 8. IIUMi-iniEitf, Attornoy. K03-4t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
I Circuit, of tho Ilnuailau Inlands. Iu
tho matter of tho Estato of James U i.ano.
On reading ami nliug the petition of John
0. Laue, tho Gnardiau of said Jamos 0.
Lime, a non compos mentis, praying for an
ordor of salo of cortaiu real estate belong
ing to said ward situate at Mulcao nnd
Kupaka, Koolauloa, Onhu, nnd rietting
forth certaiu legal toahous why biich leul
osttite Hliould bo sold.
It in hereby ordered, that tho noxt of kin.
of tho said ward, nud nil porsous interested
iu tho Hiiid estato, nppearbeforo this Court
on FRIDAY, tho 7tli day of August, A. I).
1800, nt 10 o'elook. n in., nt tho Court
room of this Court; in Honolulu, thuu nud
thcio to show caiibo why an ordoi nuould
not bu Runted for tho talo of Hitch t stilts ,
Dated Honolulu, II. I., July 21, lS'JU.
Ily tho Court:
A. S. IluMriiuins, Utomey, 3Q3.lt
Highest of all in Loavoniug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Koport.
"Vo perspire n j)int a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, theio's tioublu nhea'l. Tho
obstructed skin bucomos fallow or
bij-nks out ,iu hnlos. TI13
troublo goes deeper, but this is
If you use Curative Skin Soap,
no mattor how often, tho ktii is
clean and soft and open and clear.
Don't ue any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept fiee from blemishes
which torment the little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
the best and purest medicinal poap.
Hobron Drug Co
ft big Inco llko this, but your homo
may have a bunch or bruise on lilo
Ankle, Hock, Stifle, Knco or Throat.
Ing the horse up. Circulars It you
want them. Of regular dealers or sent
direct, 2 00 per bottle.
IV. P. YOUNO. I. II. 17..
Ko.31 AmbontBt., GpilnirilflJ, TlniM.
Hobron Drug Co.
An inspector of food is need
ed in establishments whoro
fresh goods aro not always
found. No ono but a dealer in
inferior stuff would object to
it for tho reason that men who
niako a point of buying the
best goods at figures within
tho reach of tho average bread
winner sells them so quickly
that thoro is no danger of
We aro making a specialty
of groceries, good grocories
which wo buy and toll cheap.
Caro in the selection of them,
no job lots left on tho hands of
jobbers, but good clean clear
cut goods suitable for tho best
class of people, but which wo
sell at prices within tho reach
of ovory one. Our reputation
for selling Dry Goods cheap
extends from Niihau to Hawaii;
it will bo no greater than the
record we intend making for
selling groceries cheap. Our
stock comprises: Teas, CoiTees,
Syrups, Honey, Jellies, Cross &
Blackwell's Jams, Sago, Ta
pioca, Saloon Bread, Fish in
tins, Salt Pork in tins for
family use, and the best varie
ties of cheese.
Our stock is new and new
goods aro received by every
J. T. WATERHOUS
Quo on Street.
J. I. WATERHOUSE
Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
TO-MOKROW, July 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho "Wavorloy Building,"
I will sell nt I'nblio Auction for account of
whom it mny coiicernr
DainnRiil by firo nnd wntor nt tho Floro of
II. F. LhlcH & Co., Honolulu, on Thurs
day, July 23, 1890.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
strict, I will sell at
Situated on tho Ewa side "of
Nuuanu Valley and above tho
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location of these lots is
tho most desirablo in tho
suburbs of tho city.
The silo commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
tho surrounding country.
As u residence location for
those who wish to cscapo tho
malarial atmosphere of tho low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of these lots cannot bo equaled.
As a safo and paying in
vestment, parties will bear in
mind tho wonderful apprecia
tion in values of lands adjacent
to tho city in tho past fow years.
Tho Government water main
is laid to tho lots.
That these lots may bo with
in tho reach of all, wo ofter tho
following unparalleled terras:
First Gash, with a discount
of 10 percent.
Second 25 cash, balanco
at $5 per month.
Third $10 cash, balanco at
7.50 per month.
UtFFor further particulars,
' JAS. F. MORGAN,
Elegant Goods !
NOW OPEN AT
520 F-ort Street.
Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
The Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS !
Latest Combinntio l of Colors
E2" PRICES WAY DO"WN" te.
JN"ow Voilinrr, ZNTcw Lctcos,
Drosclon. Hibboi;ys Cid Gloves.
GREAT CLEARANCE "SALE
WILL TAKE PLACE
iCT We aro
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
X1X IS fir -Jl
1 5s8ai:s?. .Vii AtTr
him $8m JK fmmi Wti
The Secretary Disc Plow
B-WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS, affl
i iC'i wffCCy
ST My Ilnok doe not tip in this man
ner, no mattor how weighty tho loud.
Hack No. 14
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NOTARY PUBLIC ami TYPEWRITER
OFHi'h: 203 Merthitnt htrcit, Campbell
Illofck tear of J. O. Curttr'n ofllco. I'. O.
Kox HSU. 340-tf
Latest Designs ! -'
Marking Uur Goods Down to
Take an Outing
nnd 1:45 r. m.
leavn at 9:15 a. m.
nriiving in Jlono-
lulu t 3:11 nnd 5:55 l-
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut CI im Sd Class
Penrl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
ALL CLAIMS AfiAINST THK UNDHR.
Hi(nod iu connection with work iluno by
him (or Mrw. Win. II. Smith nro desired to
bo proriontod on or beforo July 25, iust.
nonoluln, July 20, lbOO. 350-lir
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