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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No arrest this morning.
Co. II drills this evening.
Baud concert nt Emma squaro
P. C. Jonea cot nwny on tho
Tho Claudino had fifty-five
passengers in her cabins yestor
day. A roward of $50 is offorod for
tho return of a diamond shirt
Among tho "for sales" in this
issuo are a Holstoiu cow and a
The Peru brought only ouo
passenger for this port: Mrs.
The steamship China is duo
from tho Coast on Thursday with
another week's later nows.
Among tho arrivals on tho
Claudino yesterday wore G. P.
"Wilder and II. Waterhouso.
Tho nest ball game will bo bo
tweon tho Stars and First Regi
monts, tho two leading clubs.
Tho Hawaiian Mercantile
Agency, GOO King street, makes a
specialty of dillicult collections.
Mrs. Wood, mother of Dr. C.B.
Wood, and Dr. J. B. Pratt loft for
tho Coast on yesterday's steamer.
T Mrs. S. B. Dolo loft on tho Pom
yestorday for a visit of two or
three months to relatives in Maino
and Now Jersey.
A Japanese boy fell off a hand
car on tho railroad near tho bal
last siding this morning, but es
caped with a bruised leg only.
Customs inspector Elvin has
rosigned to take tho position of
assistant inspector of target
Bhooting, with tho rank and pay
H. Hackfold & Co.'s big ilag
polo was moved to tho Queen
street cornor of their promises to
day, nii it was in tho way of pro
Tho P. M. S. S. Co. has charter
ed tho steamer Zealaudia from tho
Oceanic S. S. Co., to fill tho blank
on tho Panama route caused by
tho wreck of tho Colombia.
Tho court-martial did not meet
on Saturday as tho stenographer
, had not finished his trauscript of
, tho testimony. It will probably
- v bo resumed tomorrow evening.
A "man in black" has boon
grinding tho organ on the morry
go round for tho past two or threo
years. Ho is probably tho long
lost relative of tho "woman-ii.-black."
Tho now music rendered by tho
band at Maken Island was much
appreciated by those- in atten
dance Four of tho pieces aro to
bo repeated at Emma Bquarn this
Tho results of advertising wore
recently illustrated. A London
man advertised for the return of
a lo-it cat. In less than a week
;i32 of them wore brought to his
houao and thoy were still coming.
At'iong tho cargo of tho Mari
posa, which loft this port on Fri
day for tho Colonies, was over tiOO
tons of paper from tho Willamette
Pulp and Paper Company for tho
Auckland Star, Lyttloton Times
and Sydney Morning Horald.
Tho match shoot between
twenty-men teams of Company
B. and tho Sharpshootors on
Saturday wna won by tho lattor
by 822 points to 71)7. Tho aver
age of tho Sharpshooters beats
any previous record in a twenty
Ouo of tho big railways center
ing in Chiccgo is trying the ex
periment of :i fivo-cent faro to any
point within twenty miles of tho
depot in that oity. This is tho
system which has provou so suc
cessful on tho Austrian railways,
oven when applied on a largor
Captain Potter of tho bark Al
deii Besso geJs absent-minded
onco in a white. Sunday last ho
was out at tho park, and ho got so
interested in tho musio that when
it was timo to leave ho walked off
and loft his overcoat bohind him.
Ho never noticed his loss until ho
roaohod his ship and wout to hang
tho coat up. -S.F. Cnll.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Iktter JJrcud and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ah Your (hoctr ''or (.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents,
Tl. ni.s ...i. :..! 1
j. iiu viuiiuu Mill) luinuu uii
tho Peru yesterday aro from tho
Amoy river. They aro big,
powerful follows, wear turbans
and look like regular pirates.
Tho laco bctweon Billy C and
ond Antidoto, five-eighths milo
dash, at Kapiolani park on Satur
day was won by Antidoto in 1:01.
Thoro was quito a largo atten
dance. Thore woio 18 doaths in Hono
lulu last month, of which 7 were
from consumption, 5 each from old
ago and cholera infantum and -1
from convulsions. In cloven cases
there was no medical attendance
Thoro will bo a drill of tho 2nd
Battalion recruits at tho drill hed
tonight. Sorgeant Ferry holds
recruit drill on Mondays and
Wednesdays and school for non
commissioned officers on Tuesday
Philip Braun, for a long timo
connected with the Iloynl Saloon,
and latoly with Jim Sherwood's
Long Branch establishment, died
yestorday from paralysis. His
funeral will tako tomorrow after
noon at 3:30, under tho direction
of E. A. Williams.
Tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions will hold their monthly
meeting tomorrow ("Tuesday) at
2:30 p. in., at Central Union
Church. Mrs. Bray will givo
some account of thoir recent visit
to Hicrouesia, in tho Bobort
Logan. A cordial invitation jb
given to any ladies visiting tho
city who aro interested in mission
Tho Peru brought only forty
four Chinese and thirty-four
Japanese pasoncers for this port.
Thero was no sickness of nuy
kind on board. Owing to tho j
now quarantiuo regulations j
adopted at Amoy, as tho result of
Attorney-Gonoral Smith's visit,
tho 275 Chinese expected by tho '
Pom could not bo got ready in
THE UCQOLAIt MONTHLY MTXTINO
of tho Y. M. O. A. will tako place nt the Y.
SI. 0. A. building thin cveuiug at 7:110
The lUKcry on King street former! run by
Mis Singer u 111, from Hits il.itc, be controlled
by inc. J.OUls SINT.Klt.
370.1 Honolulu, Aim 1. lutM.
During Mr. Bourdmnu's ftbsonce, Mr.
lowing wll have chargo of my books and
nttend to nil collections. Hu can bu found
either nt Mr. Donrdmau's oflico at Ogura A:
Co.'s or at my office.
333-tf DIJ. HEUnnilT.
(t'Jiysician -:- and -.- Surgeon
ltobidonco next toll. W. Schmidt,
ils'i., Berctiiuiu street
Specialty. Diseases of Eye, Ear, Hose and TliroaL
HAWAII A A'
C09 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, August 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
ut tho resldenco of A. M. MELL18, Ku .
Cinma Btrcet, opposite Kmma Hiiunro will
nell ut Public Auction, the entire Household
Large Center Rug, Size 16x15,
Wicker Claim and Koekerd,
Wicker 8ol, l'lusu Scat,
1 Antique Oak Secretary & Book Case,
A Choice Collection of Hooks,
Portieres, Lace Curtains nnd Poles,
1 Fine Muutel Clock, Marble;
B. W. YI. i. Bedroom pet,
Hair Mut treses, Improu'd Moeiulto Nets,
Upholstered J.ouiisres, harpi Hook Case,
II. W. Sideboard, W. W. Ej.U-u.Iou Table,
1 Fiqe DBCoHBted Diqqei1 j&li,
Crocker), Olass and Plated Ware,
Doublu Iron Iledstiad, Blnlo llcilsleail,
Sowing Machines, Sowing Tables,
Urpo BhIiirIhk Mlrioi.
1 Flora StoM) and t'tensll,
Ice Ho, 1 enij unil I'luiits, I'.tc,, I'.te.
3g l'remUet open to lnpwtlun on Mon
day, Auguil Sid, from U a. m. to ii . in.
JAS. V. rOHGAN,
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 3, 1890.
Highest of all in Leavening I'owor. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
Wc perspire a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, there's trouble ahead. The
obstructed bkin becomes -allow or
breaks out in implos. Tli
troiib'y goes deepur, but this is
If you ue Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, the skin i
clean and soft and open and clear.
Don't vise any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishes
which torment this little oncv
There's no doubt about its being
the best and purest medicinal soap.
Hobron Drug Co.
VI . . Removes tho Inflammation
J and Bunch. Restores the Cir
culation In any Bruise or Thick
ened Tissue. Docs not rcmovo
the Hair. Pleasant to use. -$2.00
per bottle. Testimonials Free.
W. F. YOUNG, P. D. P.,
Hoj.3 l Amherst St., eprlnjfleld, Man.
Hobron Drug Co.
Auction S'llrs by Jus. F. Marytin.
Umlur liiHtriictiiiiiH from Mcsmv.
II. Huokfoltl fc Co., 1 will hold
uu Important Trndo Sili of UKW
GOODS at my S.tlosrooin. Llono
August 5th and Gth,
Commencing at 10 o'clock a.m.
Tho Assortment comprises
Buckets, Tubs, Sauce Pans
and Tea Kettles, Crockery and
Glassware, Paints and Oils,
Hubbucks' Whito Lead and
ZincWrapping Paper in Bales.
Market Baskets, Demijohns,
Complete lines of the above
articles will be sold at any
Liberal Terms at Sale !
JAS. P. MOllGAN,
UG!) Gt Auctioneer,
Building and Loan Aociaiiion
Tho RoRular Monthly Mooting
will bo hold at tho Chnmbor of
Cninmoioo on MON'DAY EVEN
1N(. Auust .'I, 181)0, at TiDiJ
lCl'itynionts aro toquirod in
A. Y. CIEAK,
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
August IS, 1896,
At 12 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 Wyllie
Tho location of these lots is
tho most desirable in tho
suburbs of tho city.
Tho4 site commands an ex
tended view of the city and
tho surrounding country.
As a residence location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial atmosphere of the low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of these lots cannot be 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 few years.
The Government water main
is laid to tho lots.
That these lots may be with
in tho reach of all, wo 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 por month.
JSrFor further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Take an Outing
Trains will leuvo ut 9:15 A. m.
aud 1:45 V. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 aud 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Cluss !il Clusa
Pearl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiaimo 1 50 1'J5
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKi COS Merchant wtrcet, Campbell
llloclt Tiunr of J. O. Curtir'H olUce. I. O,
llox 33U. 340-tl
JSFoyelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods I Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Streot.
i .... m
. Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Color? J
V3T PRICKS WAY DO"W2ST
.New "Voilinrr, jNTow Laces,
TDrosdeu Hibbons, Ivicl Olovos.
IT IS TRUE!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
Grand Clearance Sale!
. . . At Unheard of Prices.
WOW'S YOTJIfc OPPORTUNITY.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
The Secretary Disc Plow
STWE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS. jfl
DIAL REDUCTION SALE!
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost
I ftiu overstocked nnd mutt reduce in all department.
No to tho following goods and prioctt;
Silk Neckties, 10c. up. (
Very bout grndo Silk, 50c. per yard.
A aood gnulo Silk, 15c. por ynrd.
Stiff Bosom Cropo Shirts, colored or whito, D5c.
Negligoo Cropo Shirts, colored, 85o.
"Whito Dress Shirts, 50c.
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, SI. 50 up.
Men's Undorshirts, 15o. '
Somo bettor grades Tor n little moro moiioy.
l'lijniijns, host Cropo, SI nnd up, nccording to cut.
Kimonos, 85c. nnd up.
TIioho l'ricos lioprohuiit Jiulow Cost Figures nnd
nro Uuhenul of JJiirgiiius for tho liuyor. . . .
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