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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Wedding report on eighth page.
Bruul concert nt TIioiimh sminre
night nt 7:30.
Thp $1000 dnningo suit is , Btill
on trial from yesterday. '
Tlio Mariposa had over 1000
bicycles for tlio Colonics on hor
Mooting of Young Ilawaiians
Institute this ovoning for nouriun
tion of officers.
The concert at tho Ilnwniinn
hotol last ovoning drow out a
Throe keys nttiichrd to a string
havo boen lost. Finder will
ple,BO lonvo ut tho Bulletin ofiioe.
Eats aro found of snnllower
seeds. A trap baited with theao
seeds seldom fails to catch tho
L. 0. Ablos has beou miscrablo
with throat and ear trouble sinco
his roturn from tho other is
lands. Members of Court Lunalilo, A.
O. P., aro requested to bo on hand
at tho regular mootiu'g tomorrow
H. Hackfold it Co .'b great credit
Balo nt Morgan's auction room
will bo continued at 10 o'clock
Considerable) interest is being
manifested ovor Saturday's ball
game botwoon tho Stars" and First
Tho steamor Kiuau for Hawaii
leavos tomorroy morning at tho
usual hour. Sho will have a large
passongor list ,
Tho regular monthly roception
on board tlio U. S. S. Adams
takes placo tomorrow aftornoon
from 3 to G p. in.
Captain Evans reports mutters
very quiet on the wo tor front, und
no dosortors nt hirgo, not oven
one from tho Adams.
Sovoral wagonolto partios of
pnssongers on tho China wero
driven to tho pali aud other sights
of tho city today.
Officer Nicholas arrested threo
opium smokers last night. Thoro
wero no arrests today up to the
hour of going to press.
Rosorvod ycata for tho repre
sent ilion of "Under Two Fl.igs '
on Saturday night aro on salo nt
E. A. Jucobson's jewelry store.
Ensign Charles England of tho
United States Navy arrived on
tho China to relievo Ensign
Hough of tho Adams, whoso timo
Christina Gilliland, guardian of
tho Gilliland minors, accounts for
receipts of ? iGS and payments of
S3G7.G4, making a balance, duo
tho guardian, of 99.61.
Judgo Georgo H. do la Vorgno
of tho Honolulu .District Court
returned on tho China, nnd ro
poitors who havo to decipher his
Avriting aio correspondingly sor-
IIou. Edwin M. Dun, United
States Ministor to Japan, accom
panied by his daughter Miss
Helen, is on board tho China,
returning to his post from a vaca
tion. Mrs. F. Horn will continuo tho
Pioneor bakory business of hor
lato husband, with hor oldest son
Hormanu as manager, ho having
conducted tho concern over sinco
i his fathor was laid aside.
v nauveomcor Drought ono oitno
drivers of the Honolulu dairy and
liis toam to tho police station to
day for driving a horso .with a
soro shouldor. Tho man was lot
go on his promiso to subBtituto
anothor animal at once.
Mr. Ball tho boat builder is
busy laying down tho boat for tho
Foreign Offico. From tho build
er's record in tho States and sam
ples he brought hero, tho little
diplomatic barge is likoly to bo
handsomo as well as Btroug. It
will have inlaid work of Hawaiian
Mrs. W. G. Walker of Ookala,
Hawaii, who has boon visiting
the Gonova Exposition, returned
from abroad on Saturday last.
Sho is visiting friends and rela
tives at San Joso and will leavo
for tho islnnds on tho steamer
Monowai, which sails about
August 20th. Chronicle.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Muhca Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
,Atk Your Grocer For ll.
UNION FE'ED 00., Sole Agents.
no till) or iii:m,iii.
Siniiiiinr)' or I'roroeillnjn til Vrw
At tho ineoling of tho Board of
Health yesterday afternoon thero
wero piesont besides president
Smith, Drs. Wood and Emerson
and members Lansing and Kolii
pio, besides tho regular officials.
Dr. Monsarrat's report showed
that ho had inspected 125 head of
bcof cattlo sinco tho last mooting.
Inspector Keliipio's report on
tho fish market showed tho re
ceipt of 42,251 fish, of which 7500
from Maui and Molokai wero con
demned, having been too long
A communication was read from
tho Ministor of Foreign Affairs
relativo to tho request of two
lepers now nt tho settlement who
desire to go to Japan for treat
ment. A report from the Board of
Medical Examiners showed that
Drs. Brown and Burgess had
passed tho requisite examination
and it was ordored that tho nec
essary certificates bo issued to
Dr. Eleanor Beattio of Hilo
asked for a license to practice
upon a certificate granted by threo
reputablo physicians of Hilo in
stead of going boforo tho regu
larly constituted board in Hono
An application was received
from certain Chinese represented
by J. A. Magoon for a licouso to
open a lodging house in tho
Oliiueso theater and was reforrcd to
Health officer Boynolds.
President Smith stated that
nftor consultation with Dr. El
dredge of Yokohama ho believed
it would bo advisablo hereafter
to stop immigration from China
and Japan from May to Soptom
bor of each year, during tho
months in which tho plaguo and
cholera aro genorally epidemic
In the midst of a discussion
brought about by tho application
of the Samottu authorities to bo
allowed to send two lepers to
Molokai aud the reading of a
letter from Dr. J. A. Thompson
on tho subject, Dr. Wood was
called away to examine tho
China aud tho board adjourned.
LATEST roilKIOX NI'.WS.
Continued from 1st rage.
from Buluwayo is that tho Mata
bolo aro again massing around
that placo. Tho situation seems
no bettor than it was last April
when Buluwayo was practically
besieged for weeks.
The Loudon Chronicle pub
lishes a lottor from Buluwayo
giving a characteristic description
of Burnham, tho American scout
who has done such excellent sorv
ico against tho Matabolo by his
shooting of Mlimo, tho Matahole
god, in a cave in tho Maloppo
hills whilo ho was in tho iery
act of performing somo of tho
religious mummeries by which ho
has maintained his hold on tho
Tho Chronicle's correspondent
says of the American: ".Among
tho workmanliko and pictuioequo
figures horn scarcely ono catches
and charms tho oyo moro than
tho spry and alert form of Burn
ham. Years ago Selous, the
famous olophaut hunter suid to
bo tho original of Eider Haggurd's
'Allan Quatormain,' captivated mo
with his wondrous hunter's oye.
Now Burnham doos tho same."
a.UJDAUIt THE CHAMPION.
At Halifax, N. S., July 28, a
singlo sculling raco took placo for
tho world's championship,distanco
threo miles. Sovou started, as
follows: E. D. Eogors of Schuy
ler, N. Y.; E. D. Duruan of Tor
onto, J. J. OaBoy of Boston, Louis
Lovotto of Halifax, Georgo Bubear
of London, Edward Hanlan of
Toronto and G. G. Gaudaur of
Gaudaur took tho lead from tho
Blart, boing closely followed by
Duruan aud Eogors. Thoso posi
tions wore maintained throughout.
Gaudaur crossed tho finish Hub
in 20:25, having almost a walk
over. Eogors led Haulan ubout half a
length. Casey and Lovottdid not
liuibh. Tho ox-chnmpion was
Boraowhat haudicappod by having
to row in a borrowed shell, his
own having boon damnged in tran
sit. Tho prizes in tho ovont woro
$500 to tho first, S150 to tho sec
ond and $100 to the thud.
Rev. Lymau Abbott of Brook
lyn, U. S., addressed tho Griudo-
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST G, 1896.
Highest of all in Lew oning I'ovor. Latent U. S. Gov't Boport.
wald conforonco at Borno, Switz
erland, upon tho subject of Anglo
American arbitration. Mr. Abbott
earnestly urged the formation of
a pornmnent supromo court of
judicature to deal with all disputes,
and ho said the leaders of public
opinion in America favored this
plan. It was for tho Anglo
Saxons, ho continued, to set the
example of substituting law for
war and reason for brulo force,
aud the timo for this was ripo.
Tholrish laud bill has passed
tho third reading in tho House of
Tumult roigns in tho lutorua
tional Socialist and Trades Union
Concress in London. French mid
EuBsiau dologotes causo trouble.
I fIM.rtHrt Jr. ..'Kill.... ,,1 1 1
j-iiuiu iBu.umur suuggiu losecuro
tho admission of anarchist mem
bers. Thecongress has passed a
resolution in favor of arbitration
to proven t war.
Sir John Millais, tho colebratod
English artist, is in a dying stato.
JAMESON AND HIS COMRADES CON
VICTED. Before Lord Chief Justico Ba
ron i:u8soll of Killow, Baron
Pollock and Justice Hawkins, in
the Queen's Bunch division of tho
High Court of Justico, on July
28, tho trial of Dr. Jainesoii.Maiov
St. Jonii Willoughb, Colonel Jt.
Grey, Colonel H. F. Whilo, Major
E. Whilo and Captain Henry P.
Coventry, charged with violation
of thi' neutrality laws in invading
the teintoiy of tho South ACric.m
.Republic, was concluded. Tho
jury found all tho defendants
guilty of violating tho foioign en
Jameson was sentonced to fif
teen months' imprisonment with
out labor, Major John Willough
by to ton mouths, Major Whito
to seven months, and Captain
Honry F. Coventry, Colonel E.
Grey aud Colonel H. F. White to
five months each.
Jameson and his fellow prison
ers lmvo been made first-class
misdemeanants, which allows
them to have' their meals from
outsnlo Hollo way Jail, to dross in
their own clothes, to havo their
menial work done by tho other
prisoners, and to havo a small
allowanco of boor or wine.
BltlTISH iuiiav vv IN AmtOA.
Tho Uganda Railway bill pass
ed its second reading in the
House of Commons Uy a voto of
239 to 8G, aftor Curzon had urged
that if Great Britain did not iiiako
a railway to tho Victoria Nyanza,
Germany would do so.
Wo perspire a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, there's tiouble ahead. Tlio
obstructed skin becomes fallow or
breaks out in pimples. TI13
trouble goes deeper, but this is
If you uso Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, the hkin is
clean aud boft and open and clear.
Don't iibe uu' other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishes
which torment the little ones.
Theio's no doubt about its being
the best and puiest medicinal -,o;ip.
Try it. .
Hobron Drug Co
Shoe Boils aa't
will rcmoo them nnd leave no
blemish. Docs not rcmovo tho
hair, and plcnaant to use. Cures
any pulf or ewelllnc. 2.00 ner
bottle. W, F. YOUNQ, l'.D.f.,
34 Ainuerat St., BprlniiUulJ, Mas.
Hobron Drug Co.
Tho Uganda Railway is already
under construction. The proposed
roufo is from Mombasa on tho
Zanzibar coast of East Africa,
northeasterly, passing to tho
north of Kilmanjaro, through tho
country of tho Wakamba, passing
Lake Naivasho, coming out upon
Victoria Nyanza at Borkoley bay
at tho northeast shore of tlio lake.
Representative Hycroft oxpocts
to leavo on tho Kinau tomorrow.
A number of prisoners woro
employed this morning in pick
ing up bullets at tho lwilei butts.
Sovoral buckotsful woro taken to
tho station house to bo recast.
MEMBERS OF COOHT LUNALILO
No. C00O A. O. F. nro horoby requcmtccl to
attend tlio regular meeting on Friday
Evening, August 7th, nt 7:30. K of P. Hall,
J. K. KANEl'UD.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At i2' O'clock Noon,
I will sell at
Situated on tho Ew.a side of
Nuuanu Valley and above' tlio
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
The location of these lots is
tho most desirable in tho
suburbs of tho city.
The site commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
tno surrounding country.
As n residenco location for
those who wish to escano tho
malarial atmosphero of tho 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 these lots may bo with
in tho reach of all, wo offer tho
following unparalleled terms:
First Cash, with alliscount
of 10 percent.
Second 25 cash, balance
at 5 per month.
Third $10 cash, balance at
7.50 per month.
E35"For furthqr particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
'P 'l WlHliWHH"lIH'IIIW'H'l ?')
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S'. SACHS'
520 l-forfc Stroot.
. Dimities, Muslins $ Lawns .
llio Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of ColorsJ
ear PRICKS WAY DO"WINr -sa
JSTew Veiling, iSTow .Laces,
Dresden Kibbons, Kid Gloves.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Li.
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House fct
Go Regardless of Cost
I nm ovorslocod mul mutt reduce in nil departments.
Koto tlio following goodi and prices:
Silk Neckties, 10c. up.
Vory best grndo Silk, 50c. per yard.
A good grndo Silk, ICo. por ynrd.
Still: Bosom Oropo Shirts, colored or whito, 93c.
Nogligoo Oropo Shirts, colored, 85c.
"Whito Dress Shirts, 50c. , ,.'
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, S1.50 up.
Men's Undorshirts, 15c.
Somo better grades for i little moro money.
PiijmnaB, best Crope, SI and up, according to cut.
Kiinouos, 85o. nud up. ---,
BT" Theso Prices llopresont
nro Unhonrd ot Bnrgnins Tor the Buyer. ..." t3)X
Hotel Street, RolDinson 231ock
Just l88Kedfrom the Press:
How to Live on tlie
A Summnry of Individual
N. RUSSEL, M. D
Comknth: Introdnclory: Huwnilou Cli
mnte, Soil and watoi; The inllueuco of
ground poiKoim upon tho Hystemj Selection
of place for rebidouce; Duildiug of n houHe;
rood; natbing; Exorcise; Concluding re
mark; Hawaiian Ciimato for imalidx.
Price 50 Cents,
"ouit rn-LVLTii 'policy."
Uy the same author; Price 10 cents. For
Halu at all boiAmoics.
37 1 17t
NOTARY PUBLIC ami TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchaut street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. I. O.
Box 3!MJ. 340-tl
liolow Cost Picures nnd
TpE . DiqANTId . MILlTJftY
Will bo given under tlio auspices of
GO. B., N. G. H.
Saturday, Aug. 8, '96.
Solected fiom tho Best Locnl
Tho Oonznles Fnmily will nppoar
in thoenst, tho wholo to bo
undor tho porsounl- direction
of Bob Scott.
SJW Seats on mile nt K. A. Jacobseu'a
jowelry sloro, Fort Btreet, on ThurBday,
August 0th. 370-7t