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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 12, 189G.
f LOCAL AND
Co. G. will drill this oveniug.
Hoar Hugh J.Emmott tomorrow
night. Something now.
Two Chinese woro arrested this
morning for assaulting a native
The Dolgio ib duo from the
Coast on Saturday with four days
Attention is called to two guard
ians' sales of real estate advertised
in this paper.
Tho doors and windows of tho
now opora house are being placed
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Peacock
nnd family will leavo for tho Coast
on tho Australia.
N. S. Sachs has an elegant lino
of dress goods which ho offors at
rock bottom prices.
Tho rogular weekly sessions of
tho Board of Health and Educa
tion take place this afternoon.
Lioutonant W. H. Allderdico
line boon detached from duty on
tho Bennington and orderod East.
Commissioner Marsdon has re
turned from his walking tour
through tho coffee rogions of Ha
waii. Mrs. Paul Neumann will leave
for San Francisco by tho Austra
lia, on account of tho illness of
Tho brick work on tho first
Btory of tho new Love building
on Port strout is rapidly going
Tho effort to obtain a quorum
f membors of tho Honolulu
rickot Club last night waB an-
Tho Call recently published a
largo picture of Captain Carey of
tho Monowai and labeled it Pur
In an interview in another
column Commissioner Marsdon
tolls of his trip through tho coffee
regions on Hawaii.
Hon. Cecil Brown was married
at Moaualua yestorday to Mrs.
Mary K. Dickson, Bov. H. H.
E. O. Hall & Son received a
fino lot of Rambler bioyclos ou
tho Australia which they aro soil
ing rapidly on very easy terms.
0 The Elsio Adair company is
assured of another packed house
tomorrow night. Seats aro selling
like hot cakeB, but a few good
ones aro loft.. ,
Somo Japanese magicians aro
bo clovor that whilo smoking thoy
aro ablo to form letters and
Bhort words with the Bmoko that
issues from their lips.
Six thousand oight hundred bi
cycles aro on tho assessment rolls
of San Francisco and tho assessor
estimates that $5,000,000 has gouo
out of tho Stato of California in
tho past eighteen months to pur
A largo numbor of people woro
at tho wilder wharf last ovoning
to soo Prosidont Dolo off for Maui.
As tho steamer loft tho wharf tho
ehoro battery fired a saluto and
tho crow of the Adams manned
tho sido of that vessol.
Mr. Vandorlip, proprietor of tho
Elsio Adair company, ridoB an
Imperial bicycle, tho first over
brought horo. It has what is
known as a puncturoless tire.
Vandorlip says ho can rido oyor
tacks and nails without injuring
the tires in tho least.
Dr. and Mrs. Day returned by
tho Hall yostorday afternoon.
Tho doctor has visitod Hawaii and
tramped through tho coffeo dis
tricts, winding up his trip by go
ing to Molokai and spending a
fow days at J. F. Brown's ranch,
where Mrs. Day has boon stopping
for throo months past.
Dr. Lindloy, who is in charge
of tho Central Kona Sanatorium
on the Island of Hawaii, is a
walking encyclopedia as far as
coffeo and lands in that district
aro concerned. Ho can also fur
nish you with horses to visit tho
available lands. His hotel is a
favorite resort for tho tourist, in
tending settlor and invalid.
A San Franoisco saloon-keeper
committed suicide by boring a
holo in his ice ohest and inserting
tho end of a. rubber tubo whioh ho
had counectod with a gas jet. Ho
then turned on the gas and crawl
ed insido, the door closing on him
with a spring look. It is refresh
ing to know that ho mado a good
job of it.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Wukea Better Bread and rastry than
f Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
WALICKIl- COICVWHM. MAltltlAUi:,
Lnrgo nml 'nhloiinllu Anirnibly nt
St. Andrew's Cathedral, with its
interior suporbly decorated, was
crowded with a fashionable as i
sombly yesterday evening on the
occasion of the marriage of John
S. Walker to Blanche Adelo
Cornwall. Many prominent peo
plo in public and privato life woro
present. Bight Bov. Bishop
Willis united tho couplo in tho
holy bonds of wedlock according
to tho Anglican vitual.
J. O. Carter Jr. was host man,
aided by W. H. Cornwoll Jr.,
brothor of the bride. Miss Kate
Cornwoll, Bister of tho bride, was
maid of honor, and Mies Cordelia
Walkor, sister of tho groom,
bridosmaid. Tho brido looked
j beautiful in a dross of whito satin
with train, and was givon away
by hor father, Hon. W. H. Corn
well. Wray Taylor, organist,
rendered standard wedding music.
After tho ceremony a brilliant
reception was held at tho resi
dence of tho groom's mother,
Nuuanu avenuo. Tho domesno
and house woro grandly illumin
ated and decorated. Mr. Walkor
is the successor in a largo insur
ance and financial business to his
lato estoomed father, Hon. John
S. Walker, who was twice Presi
dent of tho Hawaiian Legislature,
and who served in sovoral Minis
tries, besides having been a mem
ber of tko Privy Council and
Auditor Genoral. Ho is one of
our most popular young follow
citizons. Tho bride is ono of tho
most popular belles of Honolulu,
whose debut a fow years ago wbb
signalized by a grand ball given by
her fathor at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Tho happy and well mated couplo
have tho boBt wishes of tho Bul
letin for long lifo iu unbroken
3iorm:it cooki: ii:,vi.
Tlio AtA MUnlonnry Lady Nuccitiulii
After Short Illtirm.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Ju
lietto Montague Cooke died after
an illness of two weeks, aged 81
years and 5 months. Tho follow
ing particulars of the long and
useful career of tho doparted, who
was affectionately known as
"Mother" Cooke, aro from tho Ad
vertiser: Mrs. Cooko wbb born March 12,
1812, in Sunderland, MaBS., where
Bhe spent tho early part of hor
lifo. On November 21, 1836, sho
married Amos Starr Cooko at
Danbury, Conu., and on tho 14th
of December following tho brido
and groom Bet out on tho bark
"Mary Frazior" for tho Hawaiian
Islands. Thoy came to this coun
try undor tho auspico8 of tho
American Board, and in their
company wero thirty-two mission
aries who came out to roinforco
tho Christian workers in this
country. Tho "Mary Frazior"
arrived in Honolulu April 10,
1837. On tho 8th of Juno of tho
Bamo year Mr. and Mrs. Cooko
began teaching in a school organ
ized for tho instruction of tho
childron of tho royal families.
Thoy continued in this work for
twolvo years. In 1850 they moved
to thohouBo on King street near
Kawaiahao Church, which lias
sinco been known as the Cooko
During her active days in tho
Islands "Mothor" Cooko waB con
stantly at work among tho nativo
population, striving to uplift and
enlighten. Sho attended the na
tive families in timo of sickness,
and did much to assist thom in
their homes. "With increasing
years sho was obliged to withdraw
from thouold of activity, but her
intorost in tho gonoral Christian
work was never failing.
Tho children now living aro
Charles M. Cooko, A. Frank Cooke,
Mrs. M. A. Tumor and Mrs. J. B.
Athorton of Honolulu and Mrs. S.
T. Alexander of Oakland. There
aro twenty-two grand-children and
To the pubttc:-IUTlnHutt returned from
a fle weeks tour to tlie island) will) the Ha
waiian Circus which proved a financial failure,
I beg to luform Interested parties that I bvo
turned the entire circuit over to the mortK
gee, Mr. Keren, and that In (uturu I shall de
vote my timo to the balloon business, it Is
my intention to mako a series of ascents In the
near future. 8bould they be a financial success
1 shall pay ray share of the debts ot the Hawa
(Signed) JAMES W. l'MCE.
Honolulu, Aug. 11, li'JO. 370-tf
TWO LETTERS ADDRESSED TO RICH
nrd Glllllaud, WaUuae, and Central MarKit,
Honolulu, rtspecthth, wurcloat somewhere
between llethel and King Streets and Oahu
Railway depot. A sultuble reward I to bo
given If returned to the Metropolitan .Meat
Company, Klin; street. 370-lt
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
Wo perspire a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, thcro's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes hallow or
breaks out in pimples. Ths
trouble goes deeper, but this is
If you use Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, the skin is
clean and soft and open and clear.
Don't use any other but Curative
Skin Soap on the baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishes
which torment the little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
the bust and purest medicinal s-oap.
Hobron Drug Co.
An Inflamed Tendon
tlon. No blister; no hair Rono; and
you cin uo tho horse. $2.00 per bottle.
Regular dealers, or
31 AmhsrttSl., ttprlmdeld, Mim.
Hobron Drug Co.
Guardian's Sale of Real
RY VIRTUE OE A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me granted by the Hon. A. W. Carter,
First Judge of the Clrcnlt Court of the First
Circuit, Island of Oahu, on the 8th day of
Augutt. A. D. 189(1, I will proceed to sell
at Dnbllc outorv to the highest bidder for
cash in U. S Gold Coin on the '.'7th day of
August, A. l. lew, at mo auction room oi
Jas. F. .Morgan, in Honolulu, the undivided
one-eleventh (1-11) Interest of Mabel, .Marj,
Clara, Daisy, Tuomits V. Anna, and J. Ena,
Jr., .Minors, In and to certain rice lands,
situated at Makao, Koolauloa, and at Kniiaku,
Oahu, containing a superficial area of one
huudred and tiny-five (155) acre, more or
less. Upset price Sixteen Huudred (1000)
Dated Honolulu, Aug. II, 1890.
Guardian of Mabel, Mary, Clara, Daisy
Thomas 1'., Auna, and J Ena, Jr , Minors.
Guardian's Sale of Real
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me granted by the Hon. A. W. Carter,
First Judge or tho Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Island of Oahu. ou the 8th day ot
August, A. D. 1800,1 will proceed to sell nt
public outcry, to the highest bidder for tash
Iu U. S. Gold Coin, on tho U7th day of August,
A. D. 1890, at the auction room of Jas. F,
Morgan, in Honolulu, the undivided ono
eleventh (l-II) Interest of James C. Lane, a
non compos mentis, in and to certain rice
lands, situated at Mnkao, Koolauloa, and at
Kapaku, Oahu, containing a suuerhcial area,
of one hundred and fifty-five (155) acres,
more or less. Vvml price Sixteen Hundred
Dated Honolulu, August II, 1800.
JOHN O. LANE,
Guardian of James C. Lane, a non compos
Attention, Company G.
Ahmouy Company a, N. (I. II., 1
Honolulu, Vug. 12, 1800.
EVEUY MEMBER OP TI118 COM
pany is hereby orderod to report
at the Drill Shed, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, Aug. 12, 1800. ut7:!IO
o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
TWO SECOND HAND SEWING
Machines in perfect order and ono Bet of
upholstered furniture of 7 pieces. Iuqmroof
A. MELLIS ok N. S. SAUHS.
377-41 Fort ot.
THEHEGULAU QUARTERLY MEET
ing ot the Union Feed Comnnuy, Ld., will
bo held at the tJompuny'ooflicoon FRIDAY
the 14th tout, at lOo'cloolt a. m.
F. R. VIDA,
378-3C Secretary Union Feed Co.
GOOD FASTUHAQE FOR A LIMITED
number of lior&eH nt Kullouon, near Niu,
For terms apply to
J. M, MONSARRAT.
378'lw Cartwright'B Illock, Merchant at.
A WELL MATCHED SPAN OF
horses (Oftlifornln stock), works single or
double, also colt four months old of fast
stock, doublo harness, carriages, etc For
gnle nt n bargain Apply to DR. McLEN
KAN, Klug Btreet. 370-tf
In returning thnnksto tho general I'nblio
of Honolulu for their kindness to mo during
my professional enreor on tuoso Islands, 1
beg to state that I have retired from tho
Circus profession and intend in tho near
suture to enter into other business, ana
making Honolulu my future home. I may
stato that should my business prosper I in
tend to pay my sharo of tho debts contract
ed by the late Hawaiian Circns.
Honolulu. August 0, 1800. 377-tf
AT THE ,
iMIV ilUlUl lUlUIJULMl
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
Prices: $1.00, 7Go nnd 50c
RT Seats at Wall, Nichols Co. 378-3t
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE f OUT 6N
Suturduy, Aug. 15,
AT 4 O'CLOCK v. m.
The nndersigued are now prepared to
isvia Through Tickets from this City to all
points in tho United Stutos.
RTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Pnasngo, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . . . .
. , . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 8:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
HOTAKY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OnriCK: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. l O.
Box 330. 340-tf
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MR. O. HENRY WHITE'
Elsio. Mail1 flnmnnnv
filn r rn r7r?& rvrr ,?7
Propnro Teachers for the Next
RT Apply nt Eau.t Iloube. 333-lw
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shndes, silk lustro, just tho thing for ovoning
drosses, only 20 conts a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bluck und yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 10 yards
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria and Porsinn lawn, dimities
in stripos und plaids, naneookn, mulls, swiss muslins,
fanoy plaid and striped whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
IT IS TROB!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OE EASHION
Grand Clearance Sale!
A1EB)A, A$ J, m
. . . A.t Unheard of 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 anil mait redaco in kit departments.
Koto tho following gootU and prices:
Silk NecktieB, 10c. up.
Very boBt grade Silk, 50c. per yard.
A good grade Silk, 15o. per yard.
Stiff Bosom (Jropo Shirts, colored or whito, 95c.
Negligee Crepe Shirts, colored, 85c.
"White Dress Shirts, 50c.
Silk ShirtB, colored or whito, $1.50 up.
Men's "Undershirts, 15c.
Some- bettor grades for a little more monoy.
Pajamas, best Cropo, $1 and up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 85o. and up.
B5 Thcao Pricos Itopresont 13olow Cost Figures and
aro Unheard o Bargains for tho Buyor. . . . "ti&K
Hotel Street, H,o"binsori Block
nnd guaranteed to bo puro
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.Att. .MAJU lift? w..