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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 7, 18J0.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Court Lunalilo meets tonight.
Ministor Cooper is spending
the day at Pearl City.
Mr. Gear adds somo valuablo
proporhos to his list for sale.
Tho Australia is duo on Mon
day with five days' later news.
Free rofroshmonts tvill bo sorv
od botwoon acts Saturday evening.
First Regiments vs. Stars nt tho
ball grounds tomorrow aftornoou.
Dr. McLennan has a span of
horses, sovoral carringos, otc, for
Tho Ministor o the Interior
solicits tenders for several Bchool
Tho J. T. Waterhousn hardware
store calls attention to a superior
lino of garden implements.
Two handsome residences aro
to bo eroded on tho Foster pro
mises on Nuuauu Btreot.
Tho great credit salo by J. F.
Morgan will continuo tomorrow.
See list of goods elsewhere.
Tho barbers of India nro so doft
and light of touch that thoy can
Bh'avo a man without awakening
Two native and two Ohinoso
gamblers woro fined $10 each and
costs by (Juugo uo la vorgno mis
It is proposed to organize a do
bating society and discuss tho
merits ot tho gold and silver quos
tions in public.
Tho dobris remaining from tho
fire in 33. F. Ehlors &, Co.'s storo
was being swept out and carted
away this nioruing.
San Francisco has been having
an epidemic of suicides .lately,
but the record was broken on Ju
ly 24th with five cases.
Gus James pleaded guilty this
morning in Judge do la Yorgno's
court to a chargo of gambliug.
Sentonco was suspended.
Collector McStocker is collect
ing itemized monthly statistics of
tho quantities and classes of wine
imported to these islands.
Tho China was docked and
generally overhauled on her last
visit to San Francisco, so moro
rocord-broaking by tho craok
liner may bo expected.
H. R. Hitchcock, doputy mar
shal, has receipted to tho Judi
ciary Department for $125, being
ono-half of tho fino to go to the
informers in tho case of M. S.
Porry, opium in possession.
Seven natives and throo Portu
guese woro arroBted this morning
for violating tho rules of tho
Board of Health in fishing in tho
harbor. A white drunk was alBO
put in the cooler to sober up.
Owing to tho fact that tho
Elsie Adair Company havo Se
cured tho stage at the drill shod
for two weeks, thoro will bo but
ono porformanco of "Under Two
Flags" by the Compaiiy B drama
About 140 teachers attended
tho summer school classes yestor
day. Complaint is made that'tho
hours in which attendance is ne
cessary aro altogether too long,
and that if they aro kept up inter
est will soon dio out.
The trial of Henry Dolo in tho
District Court this morning on
tho chargo of aiding and abetting
a prisoner to escape from an offi
cer resulted in tho dismissal of
tho caso aftor hearing the testi
mony of the prosocution.
Tomorrow's ball camo will bo a
"rodhot" ono from nil accounts.
It iB said tho Stars will spring n
now pitcher on thoir opponents,
but the First Rogimont boys say
thoy will do him up. Tho grand
stand "tootors" will be out in full
force nnd an exciting gnmo is
,, Tho package of 140 shoots of 18
cent unsurolmrged postage Btamps
whioh Postmaster-Gonoral Oat
unearthed somo timo Binco has
nil beon sold in small lots. Tho
stamps wore all gnmmod togothor
when found but tho post office
people soaked them in water until
thoy separated and then hung
them on a lino to dry. Tho
stamps nro .said to bo worth 30
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
y Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
f l Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It,
UNION FEED GO.t Sole Agents.
No return of tho Good court
martial findings has yet beon
m udo by tho Executive.
Co. F, regulars, Capt. Zionlor,
marched out to tho Bummitof
Tantalus, for oxorciso nnd drill, i
early this morning, and will re
turn this afternoon.
Two elderly natives rofusod a
job of digging through a roof of
coral on liorotania, street at $1.50
a day. Portugueso woro soon
found to tako their places at n
Nchcino nn I'oot for Nupplyliis tho
It will bo learned with universal
approbation that enterprising
local pooplo havo formed a pro
joct of numboring all tho houses
in Honolulu. Tho schema has
boon Biibmittod to tho Govern
ment and boon approved thereby.
Nuuanu stroot nnd tho wator
front will bo the base lines from
which tho. numbering will pro
ceed tho length nnd breadth
of tho city plot. Odd
numbors will run on tho raa
kai and tho Waikiki sides of
streets running from theso base
lines, and oven numbors on tho
raauka and Ewn Bides, respective
ly. Every twenty-fivo foot of
vacant ground Will bo allotted n
number, so that subsequent build
ing operations will not dornngo
tho system. Blocks will bo num
bered in consecutive hundreds,
which will torm n perfect gnido
to localities. Thus any number
in tho COO block will iudicato that
tho house is in tho fifth block
from the baso lino. ;, Houses all
numbered will bean improvement
of incalculable value not only to
tho business community but to
tho social circles of tho city. It
will moreovor pave tho way for a
street postal delivery, which, aftor
tho intended improvement of the
post office building, will bo the
copestono of our always progres
sive, postal department.
'Umlcr Two I'lnsi."
The dross rehearsal by Co. B
dramatio club, of tho play "Under
Two Flags," passod off with per
fect smoothness. It convinced
tho few spectators present that a
fino performance will be given
Saturday evening. Tho cast has
been printed twico in theso col
umns. Since then two of tho
performers havo dropped out, but
their places havo been satisfacto
rily filled. Ono of tho substitutes
is littlo Florrie Donnelly, who,
with only a day or two to raastor
her lines, is as well up in hor
part as anyone. Bob Scott tho
manager is n veteran actor nnd is
sure to bring tho play through
with flying colors.
A WELL MATCHED SPAN OF
horses (Ouliforniti stock), works singlo or
double, also colt four wontlm old of fust
stock, double hitrnesi, carriages, etc. For
side ot'a bargain Apply to DR. McLEX
NAN, Klug Btreet. 375-tf
, MONDAY, Aug. 10,
Hex Own Company
VST lVo hours of "EJ
Farce, Comedy and
Tricest 51,00, "5o, nuil fiOo.
S8r"Fcats now on sale nt Wnll, Nichols
Co. ' :i73-tf
Highest of all in Lenvouiug Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Wo perspire n pint a day with
out knowing.it; ought to. If
not, there's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes fallow or
breaks out in pimples. Tho
trouble goes deeper, but this is
If you uso Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, the skin i.s
clean and .soft and open and clear.
' Don't uso any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishes
which torment tho little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
tho best and purest medicinal s-oap.,
Hokon Dmg Co.
Removes Bursal Enlargements,
and any Thickened Tissue,
Pn or Infiltrated Parts,
Swelling, without laying tho horso up.
Docs not blister, stain, or remove tho
hair. $2.00 a bottle. Of progressiva
dealers, or.y voflNO. P. I. P..
' ..? Amherst St., Sprlngucld, Mas
Hobron Drug Co.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Tho Credit Trade Sale by
order of Messrs. H. Hackfeld &
Co. will bo enntiued at my
On SATURDAY, August 8,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M .
When Will Bo Sold
White and Brown Cottons,
Denims, Tailors' Goods,
Tin ware, Agate ware,
Paints and Oils,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
374 It Auctioneor,
lit WO FUGS!
TjlE , rANTlB . MILITY
e drams, p
Will bo given mulor tho auspices of
CO. B., N. B.. H,
Saturday, Aug. 8, '96.
Solected from tho I3est Local
The Gonzalos Family will appear
in tho cast, tho whole to bo
under tho personal direction
of Bob Scott.
Seats on Hide at E. A. .Tnnnluiniii
jowclry store,-Fort street, on Thursdny,
AuguHt 0th. 370-71
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell nt
Situated on tho Ewa side of
j Nuunnu Valley and above tho
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location of theso lots is
i tho most desirable in tho
suburbs of tho city.
The sito commands an ex
tended view of the city and
the surrounding country.
As a residenco location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial ntmosphero of tho low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of theso lots cannot bo equaled.
As a safe and paying in
vestment, parties will bear in
mfnd the 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 the reach of all, wo offer the
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 pur month.
t-DEEDS FREE. .3
IJSFor further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Saturday,, August 8, 1896
Game Galled at 3:30 r. m.
A.dmission, - 25c.
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MB. C. HENRY WHITE
Prepare Teachers for tho Next
W Apply nt Englo House. 333-1 m
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
nvricn:! 203 Merchant street. Cnmnbell
Block rear of J.' O. Carter's office. V. O.
Box 330. 340tf
Novelties' in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 lorfc' Street.
. Dimities, FVlusiins 0 Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of ColorsJ
est PRIOES W.A.Y DOWN &
JSTew "Veiling, !N"ew Laces,
Dresden Ribbons, Kid Gloves.
IT IS TRUE!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Grand Clearance Sale I
. . . A.t Unheard oi IPrices.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost
I nm overstocked nnd tmut reduco in all dopartmonts.
Note the following goods and prices:
fiillr "NTpnktifiH. 10c. un. f
Very best grade Silk, 50c. per yard.
A good gnule Silk, 15c. por yard. , ,
Stfir Bosom Cropo Shirts, colored or whito, 95o. v ,;
Negligee Uropo blurts, colored, ooc.
Whito Dress Shirts, 60c.
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, $1.50 up. u
Men's Uudorshirts, 15c
Somo bettor grades for a little moro moiiey.
.Pajamas, best Cropo, $1 aud up, according to cut.
Kimonos, ooo. and up. ' J "'"
6T Theso Prices lloprosont 13olow Cost Figures and " ,., '
aro Unheard of Bargains for tho Buyer. . . . " "tBSl
Hotel Street, IRobinson IBlock
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