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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10, 18UG.
urn inn mi hi
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Elsio Adair find troupe fit tlio
drill shed nt 8.
Band concert nt Emma square
thisovoning at 7:30.
The next ball gamo will bo be
tween tlio Kams and IIouolulus.
George II Fairchild of Kealia,
Kauai, has a son and heir, born
Charles Kailua waB nrrested
this morning for the larcony o
$10 from Sam. Kalalau.
Mrs. W. O. Smith and Miss
Ethel Smith roturnod from thoir
trip to Maui yesterday.
J. T. Crawley, tho chemist of
tlio Planters'Experimental Station,
is back from a trip to Maui.
Tho "Walkor-Oormvell wedding
takes place at St. Andrew's
cathedral tomorrow evening.
Superintendent "W. E. Eowoll
is back trom an inspection of
wharf improvements on Maui.
Tho heavy shower of rain at tho
park yesterday sont most peoplo
homo boforo tho concert was ended.
Tho telegraph lines of tho world
nggregnto 1,009,123 miles. Ame
rica has moro than half 5'18,832
Col. George W. Macfarlane and
Dr. Averdam were among return
ing passengers from Maui yester
day. Charles J. Phillips was quietly
married to Mrs. Minnio Vogol on
Saturday aftornoou, Rev. H. H.
Tho next performance pt Elsie
Adair's company will bo on
Thursday evening. Scats on sale
at "Wall, Nichols Co. at 9 a. m.
President Dole loaves for a trip
to Maui tomorrow afternoon. Tho
citizous of Wniluku are arranging
for au appropriate reception on
t Mr. Van Doom is experiment
ing with the preservation of pine
apples and bananriB by a process
known only to himself. If suc
cessful a now cannery may bo put
Wilfred Burns has a card of
thauks in this issuo, wherein,
while announcing his retirement
into nnother occupation, ho
honorably promises if successful
to pay his Bharo of tho debts of
the Hawaiian circus.
Seattle is fast becoming a great
oity. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattle boor, which you
find at tho Critorion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
Thoro will bo a special mooting
of tho Board of Trustees of tho
Queen's hospital on "Wednesday
t 10 a. m. at tho rooms of tho
Chamber of Commerce to consider
proposed amendments to the
charter aud by-laws of tho hos
pital. Tho work of numbering stores
and residences of tho city ami su
burbs is progressing rapidly un
der tho ofliciont management of
Mr. O. H. Berry. Tho project is
being received with much enthu
siasm by residents and tho mer
Co. H is to have an oleotion
next week. There iB no talk of
opposition to tho re-election of
Capt. T. B. Murray, and 1st Lieut.
T. V. Matthews bids fair also to
havo a walkover. Being a gradu-.
nto of tho Beuicia military school,
Matthews is rogarded as a valuable
Tho bioyole run to Pearl City
yostorday was a failuro in moro
ways than ono. Only four whool
mon turned out. Thoy roaohod
Pearl City in tiraoto gotthorough
' ly wot and coming back they had
hard work to push thoir machines
through tho mud, let alone riding
Tho reserved seat Bale for Elsio
Adair's Company proves that tho
residents of Honolulu know a
good thing when they can got it.
Up to noon today about 450 seats
havo been sold. Boar in mind
that Miss Adair is by no means
the only, although tho loading,
attraction of tho company. Road
ors aro assured that every foaturo
rendered will bo most excellent.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
W. C. Achi invites tenders for
a twostory house.
I Two sowing machines and a set
of furniture are advertised fur sale, i
Tho adjourned annual meeting
of tho Honolulu Cricket Club
takes place at the Arlingtou to
"Four bicycle "cracks" took a spin
to PoariOity yesterday aud covered
thomsolves with mud and glory
mostly tho former.
Chester Doylo was notifiocl nt 2
p. in. to hold himsolf in readiness
to proceed to Kauai at 4 p. m. on
Tho Pacific Hardwaro Company
displays Howard Hitchcock's
painting of tho recent eruption of
Mokuaweoweo, mado from a sketch
taken on tho deok,of tho Kinau, a
cut of which was printed in tho
Bulletin at tho timo.
Arthur Harrison commenced
work this morning on a contract
to build a largo two-story brick
warohouso for Messrs. H. Hack
fold & Co. on thoir Fort stroot
promisos. Ono ond of tho build
ding joins tho old warohouso. Tho
structuro will bo 50 by 75 feet
NIMNTCn WILMS ItK(J.MF.S.
ltccotvod Iijr tlio I'.xccutlvo AVI Hi mi
ExclimiKo of Oourtciloi.
Hon. Albert S. Willis, United
States Envoy Extraordinary and
Miuistor Plenipotentiary, this
morning resumed his official func
tions nftor nbsenco on vacation of
some months. Consul General
Ellis Mills, ns acting Charge d'
Affaires, introduced tho roturnod
diplomat to Minister Cooper at
tho Foreign Office, and tho Min
istor of Foreign Affairs in turn
presented Minister Willis to Pres
ident Dole and tho othor Ministers
in tho Chief Executive's office.
Ministor Willis took occasion to
express, on behalf of tho United
States Government, his great
pleasure at returning to find Ha
waii enjoying continued prosperi
ty. Ho assured tho Hawaiian
Government of tho desiro of his
own Government for a perpetua
tion of the friondly relations that
had always subsisted between tho
President Dolo responded, fully
reciprocating tho friondly sonti
monts of tho American Minister.
Ho expressed tho hopo that tho
mutual relations would not only
bo continued, but that tho bonds
would bo drawn still closor in tho
A guard of honor from tho
forces was paraded, and tho gov
ernment baud was iu attendance.
.... AT THE ....
Elsie Adair & Co.
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy anil Vaudeville I
Prices: 31.00, 7Co and 80c
X3T Sents nt Wnll. Nioholg Co. 377-1 1
Attention, Company H.
AnsionY Company n, N. O. IT.,
Honolulu, August 10, 1800. J
HALL MEMBERS OP COMPANY
II., N. G. II., nto hereby ordered
to assemblo nt the Drill Shod, THIB
(Mondny):EVENING, Aug. 10,1800,
nt 7:30 o'clock, for Drill and im
portnnt business meeting. Nomination of
T. B. MUIUIAY,
377-lt Captain Commanding,
TWO SECOND HAND SEWING
Machines iu porfoct ordor and one set of
upholstered turuituroofTpieces. Inquire of
A. MELLIS on N. 8. 8A0US.
377-41 Fort St.
Will be received at my offico
till 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
August 15th, 189G, for the
building of a two-story build
ing to bo built on makai sido
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
bo seon at m' office. 1 do not
bind myself to accept tho
lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM O. ACHI.
Honolulu, Aug. 10th, 180G.
Highest of all in Lcavouing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Itoport.
i Skin Soap
Wo perspiro a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. f
not, there's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes callow or
breaks out in pimples. Tho
trouble goes deeper, but this is
If 3'ou use Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, tho skin is
clean and .soft and open anil clear.
Don't use 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 soap.
Hobron Drug Co
Pn-fTo etc., without
rUHb, lay in if the
T UjTlOrS, removing the
and weak ten
tion, allays all
BEFORE. APTUB. 'UI ingslOOW. &C..
on human family. Price, (2.00 per bottle.
Circulars with testimonials free. Manufac
tured by XV. V. YOUNIJ. P. D. V
No. 31 Amherst St., tJprluf dolil. Mass.
Cii.nlllnna hnpnla- tvfn
Hobron Drug Co.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Cement, Tar ami Bricks
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 am Instructed by MESSRS. 11. tlACKPRLD
tfc Co., to sell at tlielr yard, corner Queen and
Fort streets, on account of Intending Im
provements: Bbls. White Bros. Cement
Roofing Slates, Building Materials,
Fire nrlcks, Ited Ilrlcks, '
Coal Tar & Stockholm Tar in Barrels
and Drums, Iron Tanks.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
In returning thanks to tho general 1'iiblia
of Honolulu lor their kindnesH to mo during
my professional career on these Islands, I
beg to stato that I have rotired Irom tho
Circus profession and intend in tho near
futuro to enter into othor business, and
making Honolulu rny futuro homo. I may
Btato that should my business prosper I in
tend to pay my share of tho debts contract
ed by the lato Hawaiian Circus.
Honolulu. August 0, 18U0. 377-tf
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will bo held on WEDNESDAY, Aug. 12,
1806, at 10 o'clock a, in., at tho room of tho
Chamber of Commerce, to consider proposed
amendments to tho Charter and By-Laws
of tho Hospital.
Ter order, F. A. SCnAEFER,
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1S90. 377-2t
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCEt 203 Merchitiit street, Campbell
niock rear of J. O. Carter's office, I'. O.
Box oM. 310-tf
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will soil at
Situated on tho Ewa sido of
Nuuanu Valley and above the
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location oftheso lots is
tho most desirable in tho
suburbs of tho city.
The sito commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
the surrounding country.
As a residenco location for
those who wish to escapo tho
malarial atmosphere 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 be with
in tho reach of all, wo offer tho
following unparalleled terras:
First Cash, with a discount
of 10 per cent.
Second $25 cash, balance
at $5 per month.
Third $10 cash, balanco at
$7.50 per month.
"Eor further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Take an Outing
Trains will leuvo at 9:15 A. m,
and 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
v 1st Class 2d Class
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 60
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Prepare Tonohers for tho Next
t3T Apply at Englo Houso. 1153-lm
t'f-'. lBJ.LJ-tlliiVHf M,itr "Or
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Dimities, Muslins Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of "Wash Goods
over exhibited. . . . . .
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colorej
jsf PRICES WAY DOTVIST
JSTew Veiling, New Laces,
Dresden iRibbons, Kid Oloves.
IT IS TRUE!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OF EASHIOI
Grand Clearance Sale!
S4WEA, 4lg , g
. . . A.t TTnlieax'd oi: 3? rices.
. .RESERVED k-
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost,
I am overstocked niul must reduce in all department?.
Note the following goods and prices:
Silk Noddies, 10c. up.
Very best grade Silk, 50c. per yiml.
A good gnulo Silk, 15c. por yard.
Stiff Bosom Oropo Shirts, colored or white, l)5o.
Negligee Oropo Shirts, colored, 85c.
"White Dress Shirts, 50c. :-
Silk Shirts, colored or whitd, $1.50 up. . :
Men's Undershirts, 15c. '
Some bettor grntles for n littlo moro money. 4 '
Pajamas, host Crope, SI and up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 85c. aud up.
g These Prices Ilopresont Below Cost Figures niul
aro Unheard of Bargains for tho Buyer. . . . "138
Hotel Street, Robinson IBlock