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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 11, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Louis Murks' family is ill.
J. A. Kennedy is home again.
PftBturngo near Niu i8 advertised.
Normau Halsteud is back from
Sugar, 3 3 8, an advanco of 1-10
Binco last report.
Quarterly mooting of tbo Union
Feed Co. on Friday at 10 o'clock.
W. S. Terry, principal of tbo
Ililo boarding school, has return
ed from the Coast.
Deputy PostmaBtor-Gonoral W.
O. Atwator, wifo aud child return
ed by the Australia.
Fresh frozen oyetors by tbo
Australia aro served in any stylo
at the Beaver lunch roomB.
Miss Bella "Weight aud tbo
Misses 0. and M. J. "Walker
arrived by the Australia.
Jas. F. Morgan will bold a
mortgagee's sale tomorrow, parti
culars of which appear elsewhere.
Tomorrow is the day for the
great salo of building lots in Nuu-
anu valley by James F. Morgan.
On her laBt trip to Victoria tho
"Warrimoo reduced tho rocord from
Sydnoy to that port two hours.
Tickets now on Bale at Wall
Nichols Co. for Elsio Adair's
company at tho drill shod Thurs
Champion Corbott has gone to
Cripple Greok, Colorado, to box
with Billy Woods for GO per cent
Col. V. V. Ashford was steadily
improving in health at latest ac
counts. Ho had been visited by
C. E. Hawkos and "W. B. Bonoist
bavo been elected president and
secretary of tho San Francisco
Bov. and Mrs. C. R. Callonder,
missionaries for tho Orient, will
be passengers on tho steamer
Belgic duo hero Saturday.
Through tickots for all points
in tho United States aro issued by
"W. G. Irwin & Co. for tho Aus
tralia sailing on Saturday.
Oysters for cocktails and many
barrols of fresh Enterprise beer
at tho MorohautB Exchange. Just
came in on tho Australia.
A paper was received at this
office from Berlin to-day address
ed: "Mr. Lyoan & Co., Honolulu,
SandwichB Island, Australien."
Glaus Spreokels haB been enter
tained and banqueted by tho
citizens of Salinas, tho site of lm
proposed mammoth boot sugar
In San Francisco one is liable to
arrest for maintaining a nuisance
in keeping a dog that uowls. Tho
law might profitably be oxtouded
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has taken the
town by storm. The designs are
elegant, up-to-date and of tho
Claus Sprockols has boon nomi
nated for ono of tho presidential
electors on tho Bopublican ticket
from tho Fifth Congressional dis
trict of California.
Li Hung Chang is going home,
after his visit to tho United
States, by way of Vancouver. Ho
will therefore not gratify tho
Bight of tho curious in Honolulu.
Tho adjourned semi - annual
mooting of tho Honolulu Cricket
Club is to bo held this evening at
the Arlington at 7:30. As this is
tho Beconcl attempt to hold a moot
in", all mombors ore requested
, to bo present.
"Birofootod Bill" waB brought
up from Waiauao on tho morning
train, and now occupies his old
quarters in tho police station.
Dntnotivo Knunii thinks ho has a
clear caso against him for both
Somo people who attonded the
performance, "Under Two Flags,"
on Saturday evening, thought
there shoula lmvo boon rnoro
government aud military officials
present than there were. Com
pany B. is ono of tho first and
strongest supports of tho govern
ment, and tho patronnge of those
referred to was expected.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mahca Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEUD 00., Sole AijcnU. I
CAPT. GOOD CONVICTED.
THi: SfSIKNCK ItlSIIONOKAItLK I
iiiNoiiAuur: riioni the '
Guilty on Somo Niteclflcntlonn-1'nrlly
on Otlierft-Unlltr of llio
This afternoon tho findings of
tho Court Martial that tried Cap
tain John Good wore made public
at headquarters. They aro to tho
Of tho first, second and fifth
specifications, guilty, without
Of tho third specification, not
Of tho fourth specification,
Of tho sixth and Boventh, guilty
in part, tho Court amending tho
Of the chargo, guilty.
Tho first specification reforred
to Capt. Good's talk to tho mon
about the reduotion of pay. The
second, to his using similar lan
guage to Lieut. Coyno. The third,
to his using similar language to
several porsonB within a week of
Tho fourth was of Capt. Good's
disrospoctful talk to tho soldiers
about Col. McLean, commanding
The fifth was of swearing at his
mon in tho 4th of July parade.
Tho sixth was of tho charge of
carelessness against tho mombers
of the 1st Regiment, made by
Capt. Good, instancing tho loss of
a gun sight.
Tho Bevonth roforred to tho
anonymous letter sout to Presi
dent Dole about tho missing sight.
The chargo was "conduct unbo
coming an officer and a gentlo-
Tho Court thereupon sentenc
ed the accused, Captain Good, to
bo dishonorably dismissed from
Henry E. Coopor, tho Ministor
of Foreign Affairs, in returning the
proceedings, findings and sontonco,
states that haviug been approved
by him, they were submitted to
tho President of tho llopublic
of Hawaii for review, ond
returned to tho Ministor with tho
"Capt. John Good, Company
E., First Begimont, N. G. H., is
accordingly dishonorably dis
missed from tho sorvico, and tho
"The sentence of tho Court
will take effect from this date."
Dr. Petorsou has a baby daught
er, bom yesterday.
The American Leaguo meets
to night at tho usual hour and
Dr. Day is making improve
ments on his newly-purchased lot
on tho corner of Victoria and Ki
H.O. Adams, teacher at Kano
ohe, iB in town for treatmont of
his right hand by Dr. Alvarez for
A. V. Gear has secured ihn
cottago on Emma street formerly
occupied by A. M. Mollis, and is
nxing it up preparatory to resi
Some rain has I allon at Luakalm
in tho laBt few days and thoro is
water enough to run tho oleotrio
light. Prospects for moro rain
are very favorable at this writing.
.... 4T THIS ....
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
Trices: $1.00, 7Go and 50a
13T Seats at Wall, Nichols Co. 378-3t
buy King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Highest of nil in Leavoning Power. palest U. S. Gov't Boport.
Wo pcrspiro a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, there's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes tallow or
breaks out in pimples. Tin
troublo goes deeper, but this is
If you use Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, tho skin is
clean and boft and open and clear.
Don't live any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishos
which torment tho little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
the bo.st aud purest medicinal oap.
Hobron Drug Co
for tho bone. TtOT
such bunches can bo
without removing the
hair. Moro Informa
tion It you write. Of
Doaleri. or sent direct.
No.31AmlionstSt., HprlnaOelJ. Bin.
Hobron Drug Co.
T?0 SECOND HAND SEWINS
Machines iu perfect order aud one set it
upholstered furuitureof 7 pieces. Iuquirof
A. MhLLIS on N. B. 8A0US
THE ADJOURNED SMl-AWlAL
meeting of the Honolulu Criokot Clalwill
bo held at tho Arlington Hotel, Kiug stect,
Tuosday evening tho 11th inst. at7:."i0h. m.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY' MEET
ingof the Union Feed Company, Ld., will
be held at tho Company's oflica on FRIDAY
tho 14th inst. at 10 o'clock a. in,
F. R VIDA,
378-3t SocreUry Union Fcod Co.
GOOD PASTURAGE FOR A LIMITED
number of horses at Kuliouou, near Niu.
For torms opply to
J. M. MONSARRAT.
378-lr Cartwright's Illock, Morchaut st.
A WELL MATCHED BPAN OF
horse (California stock), works single or
doublo, also colt four mouths old of fast
Btook, double harueg), carriages, etc. For
sale at a bargain. Apply to DR. McLEN
NAN, King street. 375-tf
PER S. S. "AUSTBALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Opfick: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Hlook rear of J. 0. Cartor'u offlco, I'. O.
Box 330. 340'tf
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Action Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
IT AUCTION !
August 12, 1896,
A 12 O'clock Noon,
A my Salesrooms, Queon
jstreet, I will soil at
JJuated on tho Ewa side of
Juuanu Valley and above tho
jnctlon of Liliha and Wyllie
Tho location of these lots Is
ho most desirable in tho
Suburbs of the city.
The sito commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
tho surrounding country.
As a resitlenco location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial atmosphere of tho low
lands of tho city, the situation
of these lots cannot be equaled.
As a safe and paying in
vestment, paities 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
h laid to tho lots.
That these lots may bo with-
lttho reach of all, wo offer tho
following unparalleled terms:
First Cash, with a discount
of 10 percent.
Second $25 cash, balanco
at 5 per month.
ird 10 cash, balance at
7.f0 per month.
K?For further particulars,
'IAS. F. MORGAN,
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WLL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE TOUT ON
luturduy, Aug. 15,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r. M.
Th undersigned nro now prepared to
issue through Tickets from this City to all
point in tho Unitod Btates.
tFor further particulars regarding
Froi(ht or I'asBnge, apply to
Mm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
37SM Goncrnl Agents.
EACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
C. HENRY WHITE
Projlro Teachers for tho Next
W Apply at Eaglo House.
Novelties in Wash. Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 1-Port Street.
. Dimities, PtIuslins $ Lawns .
mi., tt i ii . . ,
aiiu junnusoracsc -a.ssortm.ent ot Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colorsjl
J&- PRICES WAY DO-W3ST i
JNew Veiling, New Laces,
Dresden. Kibbons, Kid Gloves.
C"- Ttlflpootion olti4-s)
IT IS TRUE!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Grand Clearance Sale I
AR3M, A11S lm
. . ; A.t TJnlieaxd. o Prices.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO,, L'd.
FECIAL REDUCTION SALE!
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost
I am overstocked nnd mutt rednco in all departments.
Note tho following goods and prices:
Silk Nooktios, 10c. up.
Very best grade Silk, 50c. por ynnl. .
A good grauo cmk, ioc. por yara.
Stiff Bosom Oropo Shirts, colored or white, 95o.
Nogligoo Oropo Shirts, colored, 85c.
AVhito Dross Shirts, 50c.
Silk Shirts, colored or white, $1.50 up.
Men's Undershirts, 15c.
Somo bettor grades for a little rnoro monoy.
Pnjanitis, best Crepo, SI aud up, according to cut.
Kimonos, ouc. anil up.
B" These Prices Koprosout Bolow Cost Figures and
aro Unheard of Bargains for tho Buyer. . . . tt
Hotel Street, Robinson IBlock