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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST Ul, IBM.
LOCAL AND QEN12RAL.
To-night nn onliro chniigo of
Iroginin nt tlio J-rill Shod.
Tlio Union Feed Company will
mot nt 10 o'clock tomorrow.
Tlio bund plnyod nt tlio Execu
tive building yesterday afternoon.
Suvornl prominent young bud
iicsH mon hnvo purchased Kalihi
lotB from A. V. Gear.
Marshal Brown has n notico of
stilo of renl cetato under execution
to'bo held ou September 12.
Toudors nro asked by Chiof
Engineer Hunt, H. F. D., for
1500 foot ho80, described in tho
Oormnuy hns ono doctor to 1500
of population; Franco ono to 3107;
tho United Kingdom ono to 1231,
but tho United States ono to 600.
Tho Iionrd of Health did not
hold its customnry meeting yes
tordny on account of tho funeral
of Mrs. Cooke.
Tho preserved bnnanas sold by
E.Vandoom & Co. nro hereby cer
tified nftor testing to be a doli
cious and wholesome article of
Henry 'Watorhouso hns been
elected member of tho Board of
Trustees of the Queon's Hospital,
iu place of his late brothor, J. T.
Morten & Co.'s piano polish is
a new thing just introduced by
tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany. Largo bottles 25 conts. A
child can uso it.
T. A. Hailoy, Into general secre
tary of the Y. M. U. A. in Cork,
Ireland, on his wny to missionary
work in ludin, will give a tnlk nt
tho Y. M. O. A., Sunday evening at
Maungcr Lucas of the Ilnwniinn
hotel will havo a birthday tomor
row and will colobrato it with an
extra dinner and danco to guests
of tho hotel, dopurting passengers
by tho. Austrnlia and friends.
Soventeon of tho Nuunnu lots
-wore sold at nuction by Jnnios F.
Morgun yestordny at prices rang
ing from $140 to $225 each. Tho
buyors wore "W. H. Thoeno, John
S. Walker, Wong Choo and Chock
Tho preliminary committee for
tho coming Queen Victoria cele
bration mot Inst night and ngreed
on a program, which will bo sub
mitted to tho Sous of St. George
for approval at their next lodge
Busses will convoy tho merry
dancers to and from Independence
Park for tho farewell danco to
Mr. aud Mrs. Moro tomorrow
ovoningt August 1-1, leaving tho
corner of King and Fort streets
nt 7:30 for tho paviliou.
Tho employes of tho Mutual
Telephone Company havo pre
sented their former superintend
ent, John Cnssidy, with a hand
some picture of himself nnd wife,
as a token of thoir osteom after
yenrs of sorvico together.
Miss Elsie Adair hns tho repu
tation of enjoying tho longest run
iu Now York of nuy dancer in
vaudeville performnnces, in '02
and '93 plnymg steadily eighteen
months, and last winter thirty-two
'weeks, in Proctor's Pleasure Pa
lace. The delay in tho meeting of the
Regatta Committee oi the Ha
waiian Rowing Association has
boon caused by tho non-attond-anc'H
of tho representative) of tho
Loilani club. The committee will
meet this afternoon without fnil
nnd dotormino on a program.
H. J. Rhodes hns been dismiss
ed from tho position of superin
tendent of the Government nur
sery ou King street, nnd is suc
ceeded by David Hnughs, who hns
been liend forester on Mount Tan
talus. Tho services of Mr. Rhodes
wore not satisfactory to Commis
Tho Call of August 3 lias tho
following persoual: "Alfred T.
Hartwell, who is ongnged in tho
manufacture of supplies in Bos
ton, Mass., arrived at tho Occi
dental Inst night in tho course of
n pleasure trip that may include a
visit to Honolulu with his uncle,
who carao up from the islands to
moot him horo."
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Jictlcr Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Iirand.
Ak Your (Irncer For 11.
UNION FEED CO., Solo 'Agents.
Xo arriwl lliirt morning.
Elftio Adair Company tonight
Knmohnmehn vs. lloiiolulus ou
Baud concert at tho Hawaiian
hotel tomorrow evening.
II. Laws has bought a Makiki
property from A. V. Gear for
Snvnrnl tfAnAflma f anln ltnrn
been added to A. V. Gear's real
On him is vorv nlnnfiful in to.t
i - s -- -- j t-.-. .- IT lk
It is now quoted nt from S(5 10 $8
j per pound, tho lowest figuro rench-
eu in many yenrs.
Lioutonnnt Coyne is going to
succeed Cnptnin Good ns commnn
der of Co. E, but mny hnvo to wnit
for his commission until tho Pres
ident's return from Mnui.
A Portuguese named A. Andrndo
pleaded guilty in tho polico court
this morning of n violntion of tho
regulations of tho Board of
Health. Sontonce susponded.
Tho residents on Prospect
street nnd the uppor Blopes of
Punchbowl hill havo beon with
out water for ton days past, but
their water rates go on just tho
Judgment has beon entered in
tho District Court in favor of O.
V. Shirdovant and against tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company for
$100 damngos and $3.45 costs. An
appeal will bo taken to tho Circuit
Tho time of tho polico court this
morning wns tnkon up with tho ti ial
of Pankaula and Emalo, tho latter
being moro generally known as
Sweet Emily, on tho charge of
selling liquor without a liconso
Pnakauln wns convicted nnd fined
$125 and costs.
J. II. Schnnck. the wnll 1,-nriu-n
collector, hns brought n roplovin
suit against Marshal A.M. Brown,
' to obtain possession of tho houso-
hold furniture of M. Levy, for
which ho has a bill of salo, and
I which he claims has beon wroug
i fully attached by the Marshal.
Tho German crew of tho H.
I TI l.t.l.l 1l . -I n. . 1
j-luu&iuiu woru an paia on touay
and will leave for Germany on
Saturday. A Japaneso crow lias
beon shipped in thoir place. Tho
bnrk will mako ono moro trip to
Laysan island for phosphntos nnd
then go to Japan for a cargo of
sulphur for tho Pacific Fertilizing
Mr. Davis, bookkeeper for H.
E. Molntyro, has blossomed out
as a full fledged punster. Ho came
into the Bulletin oflico this
morning and nsked, "Sny do you
know why it is that tho military
officers of tho Into court-martini
huvo assumed control of tho road
department ? " "Why no! How's
that ? " "Well, I jnst heard that
they had decided agninst Good
Rhodes! " Mr. Davis will bo out
again in a few days, although tho
punishment ho received nt tho
hands of tho rausculnr member of
the force wns severe.
DoluicN at Jury Term-Sentence Nin
ponded on Pirn or (In 11 1)-.
Tho mixed jury is having its
third duy of an ejectment caso
H. G. Froobor withdrew his plea
of not guilty, to the chargo of vio
lating (Act 3G, P. G. Laws, regu-
) latiug the salo of liquor. Deputy
, Attorney-General Dolo asked that
sontenco bo susponded. Judge
Carter ordered that sontenco bo
suspended, nnd defendnnt dis
ohnrged. Davis for defendant.
Win. W. McGowan, administra
tor of tho estate of Martha J.
McGowan, has rendered a final
account, asking for dischargo.
Receipts aro $1771.80 and expen
ditures tho snmo, a distribution to
the hoirs having beon mado.
Saturday, Aug. 15, 1896
Gami: Oalliid at 3:30 i. m.
.A-dmission, - 20o.
Highest of nil in Leavening I'owcr. LntiHl U. H. Gov't Report.
Wo perspire a pint a day with
out knowing it; ought to. If
not, thero's trouble ahead. Tho
obstructed skin becomes hallow or
bleaks out in pimples. Tha
troub'e goes deeper, but this is
If you use Curative Skin Soap,
no matter how often, tho skin is
clean and soft and open and clear.
Don't use any other but Curative
Skin Soap on tho baby if you want
its skin kept free from blemishes
which torment the little ones.
There's no doubt about its being
tho bi-st and purest medicinal s-oap.
Hobron Drug: Co,
will happen. The coIU will get
hurt. Any sott. Inflamed bunch
can bo remoTcd In a pleating
Druggists, Harness Dealers or
W. P. YOUNG. P. n. P..
Amherst Ht., Springfield, Mas.
Hobron Drug Co.
BY VI11TUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU
Hon iumioii out of tho First Cironit Court,
on the 14th day of July, A.D. 1800, against
ChnH. T.UulIck, Administrator Estate of
Jos. Gomes, deceased, defendant, in favor
of Manuel I'nncinco, pluImifT. for the sum
of $287.25, I have levied npon nud shall ex-
ose f or sale at tho Station House, in the
listrict of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, nt 12
o'clock of Saturday, the 12th day of Hep
temhor, A. I). 1800, to tho highest biddor,
all the right, title nnd intorett of tho said
Chas. T. Gulick, Administrator Estate Jos.
Gomes, deceased, defendant, in and to the
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, casts and iny expenses be previ
List of property for sale:
Consisting of an undividod half interest
in Real Property as Ret forth iu L. O. A
550, R. P 1709 to Makahwelawo, situated
in Honolulu, Island of Ouhu.
A. M. DROWN,
Marshal Hepulilie of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Ouhu, Aug. 12, lS'Jti. USO-ot
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Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
Prices: 91.00, 7flo and 50c
XST Seats at Wall, Nichols Co. 378-3t
THEREGOLAR QUARTERLY MEET
ing of tho Union Iced Company, Ld., will
be held at tholJompuny'oolIicoon FJtlDAY
tho 14th inst. at 10 o'clock a. m.
F. 11 V1DA,
378-3t Secretary Uuion Feed Co.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Curter's office. I'. O.
llox 330. 340-tf
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Propnro Tcnuhcrrt for tho Next
&' Al'l'ly nt Englo Iloufio. !!5;i-lm
Guardian's Sale of Real
HV VIRTUE OE A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me granted by the Hon. A. W, Carter,
Klrt .luilije of tho Circuit Court of the Klrst
Circuit, Island of Oahu, ou tho 8th day of
August, A. I). 18U0, I vlll proceed to cell
at pnhllc outcry to the highest Milder for
cash In U. S. Gold Coin on the 27th day of
Anguft, A P. 1890, ot tho auction room of
Jni. K. Morgan, in Honolulu, tho undivided
one-clcvcnlh (1-11) Interest of Mabel, Mary,
Clarn, Daisy, Thomas V. Anna, aud J. Enn,
Jr., Minora. In and to certain rice lands,
situated at Makao, Koolnulna, and at Katiaku,
Oahu, containing a superficial area of one
hundred and lilty-fivc (155) ncrct. more or
less. Upset prlco Sixteen Hundred (1000)
Dated Honolulu. Aug. II. 1890.
Guardian of Mabel, Mary, Clara, Daisy
Thomas F., Anna, 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 of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Island of Oahu. on the 8th day of
Auguiit, A. D. 1890, I will proceed to tell at
public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash
In U.S Gold Coin, on the 27th day of August,
A. D. 1890, at the nuction room of Jas. F.
Morgan. In Honolulu, the undivided one
eleventh (III) Interest or James C. Lane, a
nnn compos mentis, In and to certain rice
landt, situated at Makao, Koolauloa. and at
Kapaku, Oahu, containing a suoerticlal area,
or ono hundred and fifty-five (155) acres,
more or less, t'pset price Sixteen Hundred
Dated Honolulu, August II, 1890.
JOHN C. LANE,
Guardian of James C. Lane, a non compos
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Saturday, Aug, 15,
AT 4 O'CLOCK, e. h.
Tho undorsigneil nre now prepared to
issuo Through Tickets from this City to all
poiuts iu the United Statos.
j7"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Go., L'd,
37S Gt General Agents.
Take an Outing
Trains will letive at 9:15 A. M.
nnd 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 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
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1890.
In Quantities to Suit.
fJO Orders sjlicilud for a futuro do
tlverj. A. F. COOKE, Manager.
For Family Use I
Just Received, ex "0. O. Funk," a cargo of
Hlfellington.DBpaiituiiB Bafl, Coal
Which is offered iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
zram tT ra
N. S. SACHS'
520 IPovfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto similes, silk lnstro, just tho thing for ovoning
urossos, only zu cents n ynru.
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bluck und yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioco, containing 1G yards and guarantee to bo puro
linon. . .
Our White Goods Department
is most complotc, Victoria nnd Porsian 1 twn, dimities
in stripos nnd plaids, nansookp, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plnid nnd stripud whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
IT IS TRUK!
THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT!
TEMPLE OE EASHION
Grand Clearance Sale!
W1U poiltlvcly commence on
Closing out our
. - . A.t TJnheard of Prices.
. .RESERVED k.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
GSAL REDUCTION SALE!
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost,
I am overstocked and mutt reduce iu all department.
'oto tho following goods and prices:
Silk Nooktios, 10c. up.
Very best grade Silk, 50c. por ynrd.
A good grade Silk, 15c. por yard.
Still Bosom Oropo Shirts, colored or whito, 95c.
Ncgligeo Oropo Shirts, colored, 85c.
Whito Dress Shirts, 50c.
Silk Shirts, colored or white, $1.50 up.
Mon's Undershirts, 15c.
Somo bettor grndos for a little moro monoy. '
PajamiiB, best Oropo, SI nnd up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 85o. nnd up.
rtejy- Thofio PricoH Represent Uulow Cost Figures aud
aro Unlionrd of linrgaiiiH for tho Buyer. . . , tt
I-lotel Street, Kobinson .Blook
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