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EVENING BOLLETIN, AUGUST 1,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.,'
Senator CVril Hi own returned
on tho IIn.ll.
For garden koso boo what Ctistlo
A; Cooko havo to offer.
Tho now Hilo papor whb to
have beon issued today.
Dr. It. 13. AVillinms and wifo of
Hilo,camo up on tho Hall yestor
day. Tho "Waiakea and "Wainaku
millB havo finished grinding for
tho season. ,
Official notico is given of tho
appointmeut of "V. O. Smith os
president of tho 13oard of Iloalth.
Captain Kanao of tho polico
gavo a big lutm last night in
honor of tho first birthday of his
Co. D. tinned out '12 men for
drill last night. Cnpt. McCarthy
is much encouraged at tho good
Mrs. E. T. Wood, motbor of Dr.
C. 33. Wood, who bus beon paying
an extended visit to her son,
.leaves on tho Peru.
Quarantine of tho contract
laborers at tho station is up, and
thoy aro being sent off to tho
A lady morabor of Honolulu's
four hundred writes to Tho Call
for information how to address a
lottor to another lady.
Noxt Tuesday evening tho
Christian Church congrogation
will hold a social in colouration of
its second -anniversary.
Hilo business men aro agitating
tho closing up of all stores in that
city from 12 to 5 p. in., bo that
everybody can play ball.
Tho mechanical department of
tho new Hilo papor is undor tho
charge of Mr. Thomas Howard,
a now arrival by tho Annie John
son. According to the Tribune the
Hilo saloon has to closo at 9 p. m.
by order of the Minister of tho
Interior, andHilo people object to
George Bromley, an engineer
in the b'an Francisco firo depart
ment, arrived on tho Mariposa on
a visit to his brother, who is en
gineer of No. 2 engine.
In Now Jersey they havo re
cently imported a big beotlo that
drivoB away mosquitoes, and now
they find to their horror that ho
driveB tho girls away too.
John Muirkead, tho popular en
gineer of. tho "Wainaku mill, is
duo in Honolulu on tho next Ki
nau. "Jock" has a three months'
vacation, during which ho will
Tho officers composing the
Good court martial will meet at
tho government building this
ovoning at 7:30 to consider tho
ovidonco introduced. Tho pro
ceedings will be private.
t S. 0. Allen is having n comont
Bidowalk laid down in front of his
fine residence properties ou King
street, between Alakea and
Richards. It will bo a groat im
provement that tho public cannot
Tho report in tho morning
f taper somo days ago that Koo
au,the leper outlaw,of Kalalau had
died was false. A native woman
named Kawanui, of Waimoa,
visited him a few day's ago, ana
shook handB with him.
A Bombay newspaper declares
that the castor-oil plant affords a
moans of protection against mos
quitoes. In Egypt it is planted
about houses to drive the insects
away. In towns a better plan is
to have tho young plants in pots,
and bring them into tho house for
a day or two at a time, but tho
Palma Ohristi is a sun-loving
plant and, thorofore, must not bo
kept too long iu tho shade.
The following people who havo
boon staying at. tho Central Eona
Sanatorium speak favorably of
tho courtoous attention and excel
lent accommodations provided by
Dr. Lindloy, viz. : Senator Hock
ing, M. Poguo, Maui; Ohas. Grant,
Waimanalo; 13. Austin and son,
Hilo; L. 0. Aunget, Kona; L. 0.
Abies, S. I. Shaw, A. R. Rowat,
wifo and 3 children, Florence
Kelsoy, Alfred Castle, Dr. Day,
Rov. D. P. Birnie, W. R. Castlo
and S. P. French, Honolulu.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Ikttcr Iiread and Paalry than
Any Other Known Drand.
A$k Your Grout For It.
UNION FJiJW GO., Sole Agents.
at Emma square at
Louis Singer will conduct tho
well-known Singer's bakery from
nnd aftor this date.
Tho raco between Antidote and
Billy 0. comes off at Kapiolani
park this afternoon.
Tho great closing-out sale of
tho Temple of Fashion will bo in
augurated on Monday.
Domingos Forroira nnd John
Anderson aro hold for investiga
tion at tho polico station.
Judgo "Wilcox ordered judg
ment for tho plaintiffs iu five civil
suits yesterday afternoon.
The band will play eight now
selections for tho Makeo Island
concert tomorrow aftomoon.
Bon Zublan, tho deputy mar
shal's clerk, has rocovored suffi
ciently to resumo his duties on
W.'W. Dimond calls attention
to garden hoes, lawn mower sharp
oners and othor useful articles in
a change of his adv. today.
Tho Misses Lampmuu and
Sharpo, who aro "in charge of tho
government school at Kekaha,
caino over on tho Kauai today.
Tho auction salo of ladies' jor
seys, trimmod hats, shirts, drosses,
etc., will bo continued on Monday
at 10 a. m. at Morgan's auction
Walter Bromloy will leave tho
sorvico of tho Honolulu firo depart
ment next month to tako a posi
tion as ongineor on tho now Inter-island
Dick AYostoby has tho scenery
nearly finished for the drama to
bo produced noxt Saturday night
at tho drill shod. Thoso who havo
Beon tho work pronounce it first
claes. This afternoon's game botweon
tho Honolulu and First Regi
ments bids fair to bo a closo ono
and thero is much interest over
the result. Both clubs havo won
two games this season.
H. A. Jnme?, tho carpenter who
shot a Chinaman in Hilo somo
days ago, is confined in tho Hilo
jail, awaiting tho result of tho
amputation of thoOhiuaman's log.
Bail is refused at present.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of thoPionoor Building and Loan
Association takes place on Mon
day ovoning. Secretary Gear at
tends nt the rooms of tho associa
tion daily from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Largo bathing parties havo beon
out at Long Branch nightly dur
ing the recent high tides. Somo
family parties woro thero last night.
Gonial Jim Sherwood is in good
spirits over the rushing business
Georgo McCarthy started in
bright and early to cultivnto his
Saturday jag and in consequonce
was bohind tho bars before 11
o'clock. Ho protested against
being sent below without a per
sonal interview with tho Marshal.
Stories of groat destitution
nmong tho Portuguese on Punch
bowl aro being circulated among
tho natives, who are being -told
that many of the Portugueso fam
ilies aro on tho vorgo of starva
tion. On being interviewed on
tho subject this morning Mr.
Vivas said thoro was no founda
tion whatever for tho yarnB.
Rov. T. D. Garvin, founder of
tho Christian Church socioty in
Honolulu, has resigned tho past
oral) aftor two yoars' labor, in,
which ho has built up a goodly
congrogation. A call goes for
ward by tho Peru to Rov. Mr.
Muuro of California to bo pastor,
ho having already signified his
willingness to tako tho charge
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On MONDAY, - August 3,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, Queon street, I will sell
at publio auction for account of whom it
A QUANTITY OF-
JAS. F. MORGAN,
!I70 It Auctioneer.
nighest of all in Leavening Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
'Il Z I&kssb
"Wo pcrapiro a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, there's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes 'allow or
breaks out in implc. Tin
troub'u goes duoper, but this is
If you u-o Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, tho "kin is
clean and soft and open and u
Don't use any othor but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you w.mt
its skin kept free From blemishes
which torment tho little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
the best and pin est medicinal -oiip.
Hobron Drug Co
2 poll QUID
n . . Removes tho Inflammation
J ana uunch. Restores tno Cir
culation In any Drubo or Thick
ened Tissue. Does not remove
tho Hair. Pleasant to use.
$2.00 per bottle. Testimonials Free.
.. . W.P.TOCMO,P.D.F..
Kqj.31 Amherst Bt.( BtrlniflelJ, Mas.
Hobron Drug Co.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Under instructions from Mcssr-i.
H. ILtokfold fc Co., I will hold
nn Imnortant Trndo Side of NEW
GOODS nt ray Salesroom. Hono
August 5th and Gtb,
Commencing at 10 o'clock a.m.
Tho Assortment comprises
Buckets. Tubs. Sauce Pans
and Tea Kettles, Crockery and
vjriassware, .Faints and Oils,
Hubbucks' White Lead and
ZincWrapping Paper in Bales.
Market Baskets, Demijohns,
Complete Jines of tho above
articles will be sold at any
Liberal Terms at Sale !
JAS. F. MORGAN, t
360 Ot Auctioneer.
Building and Loan iiftfooiafsion
ThoEogulnr Monthly Mooting
will bo hold'nt the Chambor of
Commorco on MONDAY EVEN.
1NG, August 3, 18i)G, at 7:30
K-CPayments are required In
A. V. GEAR,
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT JWCTMN !
August 12, 1896,
At 12 .O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell at
Situated on tho Ewa Bide of
Nuuanu Vallev and abovo tho
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location of these lots is
tho nmst desirablo in tho
suburbs of tho city.
The site commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
tho surrounding country.
As a residenco location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial atmosphere of the low
lands of the city, tho situation
of these luts cannot bo equaled.
As a safo and navinor 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 the lots.
That these 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.
r DEEDS FREE.ai
For further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Take an Outing
Truins will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 v. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROIIMn TRIP TIP.IPTQ-
wwi iiiii iiwiftiw
Pearl Oity $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
1st Class 2d Class
Waiunno 1 50 1 25
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Merchant utroot, Campbell
Blook frenr of J. O. Curter'a office!. I1. O.
lioi y:;o. mo-tt
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N'. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Sfcreot.
. Dimities, Muslins Lawns
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
& PRTOJES WAY DOWIST
JN"ov "Veilinrr, TSTew Ijacey,
I )rcsclen Ribbons, lvicl G-lovos.
(Ek- Inspection solicited.
IT IS TRUE!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OF FASH1M
Grand Clearance Sale I
WUIpoillhcly commence on
Closing oat our
. - . AtUnheardofPrices.
2NTOWS TTOTJIt OPPORTUNITY.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU
The Secretary Disc Plow
B"WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS. a
SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE!
....LASTING UNTIL ....
SATURDAY, August 8.
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L.vci y mi uuic in me nuiux; must
Go Regardless of Cost, .
I am oTorntocked and ruuit reduce in all dej artuoat).
Note the following goods and prioea:
Silk Neoktioa, iOc. up.
Very best grado Silk, 50c. por yard.
A good grado Silk, 15c. por ynrd.
Stiff Bosom Cropo Shirts, colored or white, 95c.
Negligoo Cropo Shirts, colorod, 85o.
White Dross Shirts, 50c.
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, $1.50 up.
Men's Undershirts, 15o.
Somo bettor grades for u little nioro money.
Pajamas, best Cropo, SI and up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 85o. and up.
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