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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Baseball at 8:30 p. in.
Australia on Monday.
Ruby Dexter is again quito ill.
"Under Two Flags" at 8 p. in.
Harry Carl has bought out
ABUWorth's barber Bhop.
Eclipso of the buu tomorrow,
but not visible in Hawaii.
Tho band will play at Emma
square this aftornoou at 4:30.
W. "W. Diinond calls attention
to American and English pottory.
Miss Kato McGrow and her
brother Tarn havo gone to tho
Tho Sharpshooters will have
tho regular practice shoot this
Thoro will bo a
meeting of tho
at 7:30 Tues-
The sidowalk on tho Ewa cor
ner o Alakoa and King Btroots is
Captain Conradt says tho regu
lar uino o tho Stars will play
CurtiB J. Lyons is still conflnod
to his bed by illness, and in fact
id n. vnrv sick man.
I9 Jas' F MorGttU wJ11 run fro
'busses to the homestead lots on
"Wyllio street tomorrow.
Tho ball gamo commences at
3:30 this afternoon, and not at Si
o'clock as stated in tho morning
Another dress rohoarsal of
"Under Two Flags" was held last
night, and everything wont off
At tho Christian Church to
morrow morning Itev. Mr. Garvin
will preach on ''Tho Value and
Power of a Naino."
Kov. H. W. Peck will ptoaoh a
missionary sermon tomorrow
morning on tho subject, "l'ho
"World is my Parish."
By tho S.S.MtLobanon the City
Feed Store, old armory, will re
ceive, a lot of "Bonanza Surpriso"
oats, und other feed stuffs.
Tho seats for tho Adair Com
bination are now on sale at Wall,
Nichols Co. for tho performance
to bo given Monday evening.
Work on tho now Portuguese
church on Miller street is pro
gressing rapidly and tho stnioturo
will soon bo ready for dedication.
The regular Sunday afternoon
concert will be given at Makeo
Island tomorrow at tho usual
hour. Program in another column.
Itopresontativo Rycroft was un
able to conoludo his business in
time to got away yesterday and
will remain another ton days with
It was expectod that tho gun
boat Bennington would leave
Mare Island for Portland and
Seattle during tho first week in
0. "V. Maofarlane has a new ad.
in this issue, calling attention to
the Barnes White Flyer and Union
bicycles, of which ho is solo
J. S. Mnirhoad, engineer of tho
"Wniimku mill, who camo up from
Hawaii on tho last Kinau, leaves
for Glasgow, Scotland, on tho
Australia of the 15th.
Mrs. A. S. Willis and Mis. F:
H. Brown assisted tho officers of
tho U. S. S. Adams in recoiving
their guests at tho monthly re
ception yesterday uftornoon.
If tho press notices aro a proof
of ability, Miss Elsio Adair is cer
tainly ono of tho very best vau
deville performers. See her
Monday night at tho drill shed.
Rev. S. S. Palmer will proach
at both services at tho Central
Union church tomorrow. At tho
Palama chapel Itov. J. M. Lewis
will hold services in tho evening.
Presentments have been made
by tho San Francisco Grand Jury
against seven of the twelve Super
visors of that city accusing them
of wilful and corrupt misconduct
in reducing the assessments of
tho Spring Valley Water Works,
Market street Railway Company
and tho Sau Fraucisco Gaslight
Company, and asking for their
removal from office.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
p Jllakca Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
V Atk 1 our Grocer For It.
I UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents
jrwvwwM iwii !
Tho thiity-nix Amoy Cliincso
contract laborers who came on tho
Peru were released from quaran
tine today and Bent to Ewa plan
tation. Dr. Kellogg, of thoBattlo Creek
Sanitarium, will load tho 0:80 p.
m. praise service at tho Y. M. C.
A. tomorrow. All aro cordially
invited to attend.
Thoro will bo a bicyole run to
Pearl city and back tomorrow.
Tho boys will start from Union
square at 8:30 and everybody is
woicomo togo along.
Tho arrests this morning woro
ono wahino, on a charge oi boing
a gross choat, and Charles HoiTer
nan for larceny in tho second de
gree. Tho latter is out on bonds.
On Tuosday, August 11th, at 11
n. in. on tho promises of H.
Hackfeld & Co., auctioneer Mor
gan will sell at auction a quantity
of cement, slate, firo brick, red
brick, Stockholm tar and iron
tanks, which must bo removed to
make room for intended improve
ments. ' m
THE TIIAPIIVAY CASK.
Jlenrd nml ThUcm Under AilvUcmon I
hj JTikIko de In Vcixne.
In tho District Court yesterday
afternoon, tho case of O. V. Stur
dovant against tho Hawaiian
Tramways Company for S100
damages for an overcharge in faro
Tho plaintiff testified that ho
boarded car No. 9 on King street
on July 28th and upon paying
five conts to tho drivor roquostod
a transfer to tho Nuuauu street
lino as ho wanted to go to School
street. Tho driver had no trans
fers, know nothing about
any and refused to give
one. Aaftor riding about a quarter
of a mile tho plaintiff reached
Nuuauu street whore ho took an
othor car and was forced to pay
five conts more to rido to School
street. Tho plaintiff 's testimony
was corroborated by J. Greon.
Tho defense did not dispute
any of tho facts sot up
but attempted to prove
by tho evidence of W. H. Pain
that there was no system of trans
fers in voguo and never had beon
in the seven years ho had
beon superintendent of tho line.
Ho testified that there was no con
nection whatever between tho
King street and Nuuanu stroot
linoB and that tho time tablo used
by the company did not provide
for any. Ho showod by tho timo
table that a wait of several
minutes would bo necessary to
make connections at tho corner of
Nuuanu and King. Mr. Pain al
so maintained that if tho plaintiff
wanted to go to School stroot it
was his place to havo taken the
Boretania street lino.
At the conclusion of Mr.Pain's
tostimony tho Court took tho mat
tor under advisement.
A Noprnno l'rliua Donna.
Miss Tillio Jardyno,who is hero
with thoElsio Adair combination
a vocalist of note, and sings in
French, Gorman and Italian. In
Now York she created a furoro in
musical circles on account of tho
sweetness and pure tone of hor
voice. Sho will sing at tho drill
shed Monday night, when tho
Adair Co. will open for a short
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Cement, Tar and Bricks
On TUESDAY, August 11,
AT 10 'O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 am intruded by MF.33U3. II. HACKFELD
fc Co., to tell at their yard, corner Queen and
Fort street", on account of Intending Im
provement: Bbls. White Bros. Cement
Roofing Slates, Building Material),
Fire Bricks, Rod Bricks,
Coal Tar & Stockholm Tar in Barrels
and Drums, Iron Tanks,
JAS. tf. MORGAN,
370 lit Anutloueer,
Highest of all in Loavouiug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
i Skin Soap
"Wo peripiro a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, thero's trouble ahead. The
obstructed skin becomes allow or
breaks out in pimples. Tha
trouble goes deeper, but this is
If you use Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, the skin is
clean and boft and open and clear.
Don't use any other but Curative
Skin Soap ou tho baby if you want
its skin kept fieo from blemishes
which torment the little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
the b st and puicst medicinal oap.
Hobron Drug Co
You can't cut out
a BOO SPAVIN or TUOEOUOU
PIN.bnt ABSORBINE JM&Sffi
we norsa aamo iimo. Does not busier or
remove tho hair. Will tell you more it
tou write. Ot recrular dealers or sent
direct. $2 00. W. V. YOUNQ, P. D. P.,
34AmhcritSt., Springfield, ItlaM.
Hobron Drug Co.
UNDER WO FUGS!
TlE . QftJAWTId . HILITJftY
Will be given under the nnppicea of
CO. B,, N. 0. H.
Soleoted from the Best Local
Tho Gonzales Family -will appear
in tho cast, tho whole to be
under tho personal direction
of Bob Scott.
JKPF" Seats on Bale nt E. A. Jncobsen'u
jewelry store, Fort street, oil Thursday,
August 0th. :i70-7t
Take an Outing
, ,S M
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Class
Pearl City I 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wuianao 1 50 1 25
A HOUSE Or EIOUT (8) ROOMS,
next to' the Whito Houkp, Nuuanu Htreot.
925 per month. The l'urulturo in tho
house i for ale. Apply to
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AUGUST 8, 189G.
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
A tny Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell at
Situated on tho Ewa side of
Nuuanu Valley and above the
junction of Liliha and "Wyllio
Tho location of these lots is
tho most desirable in tho
suburbs of the city.
The sito commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
the surrounding country.
As a residence location for
those who wish to escape the
malarial atmosphere of tho low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of theso lots cannot be equaled.
As a safe and paying in
vestment, parties will bear in
mind the 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 theso lots may bo with
in tho reach of nil, wo offer tho
following unparalleled terms:
First Cash, with a discount
of 10 percent.
Second $25 cash, balance
at $5 per month.
Third $10 cn&h, balance at
$7.50 per month.
JSFor fuither particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, August 8, 1896
Game Galled at 3:30 r. 21.
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Prepare Teachers for the Next
IZjT Apply nt Eaglo IIoubo.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant xtreet, Campbell
Wock rear of J. O. Carter's office. I'. O.
Box 330. 3-10-tf
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Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs T
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS."'
520 1-Torfc Street.
. Dimities, iViusIins Lawns '
Tho Handsomest Assortment of "Wash Goods
over exhibited. yA'
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!''"
Latest Combination of CplorsJ
et P RIO JDS WAY DOWN "
JSTew "Veiling, !NTew Laces,
TDrcadon. "Ribbons, Kid Olovos.
I&k. Inspection solicited.
IT IS TKDR!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OF EASHION
Grand Clearance Sale!
SAWE&, AS l?J ?&6
. . . A.t Unheard ol Prices.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE!
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost,
I am overstocked and tnuet reduce in all tlepartuemU.
Note the following (jood and prices:
SHIc Nfioktios. 10c. UT).
Very best grndo Silk, COo. per ynrd.
A Rood grade Silk, 15c. por ynrd.
Still Bosom Gropo Shirts, colored or whito, 05c.
Ncgligoo Oropo Shirts, colored, 85c.
"White Dress Shirts, 50c.
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, $1.50 up.
Men's "Undorshirts, 15c.
Soino bettor grades for a little more money.
Pujiunns, bost Orepo, $1 and up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 0O0. nntl up.
B" These Prices Jloprosont Uolow Uost 1'igurcs and
aro Unheard o lJnrgains (or tho Buyor. . . . ?i&
Hotel Street, HolDinson Klock
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