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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 17, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Yesterday's storm played havoc
with tolephono wires generally.
Elsio Adair Company in entiro
ohnugo of program Tuesday night
at the dtill shed.
V$s Applications for the position of
$ engineer aro solicited by the Firo
Syf The band will givo a concert
V this evening at Emma Square if
it does not rain.
lingo Fisher has just finished
an oil painting showing tho AVai
kiki boach from tho Boa.
Yesterday's storm sadly inter
fered with tho ttttondauco at tho
various places of worship.
Tho Hawaiian Rowing Associa
tion will hold a meeting at 5 p. m.
at tho ofiico of A. G. M. Robort
eon. Mrs. Majjoon is caring for tho
Ohiuoso girl who recently at
tempted suicide in tho police sta
tion. Owing to tho throatoning ap
poarance of the weather yesterday
afternoon thoro was no concert at
Tho contract for laying the
foundation of tho now Firo De
partment building has beon
awarded to E. 13. Thomas.
Iwakami, tho Hotel street mer
chant, advertises special bargains
this week in silk crepes, curtains
and Btraw hats.
John F. Bowler is preparing to
orect a two-story brick building
on the corner of Richards and
Tho Paty-Mott Smith wedding
takes place at tho residence of tho
bride's parents this ovening. Rev.
H. II. Parker will officiate.
Jumos Quiuu, tho well-known
hackman, returned on tho W. H.
Dimond yesterday from his trip
to California aud Guatemala.
Specimens of canaigro root
grown wild on E. ILilBtencl's plnce,
waiulua, have beon shown in tho
Pacific Hardwaio Company's win
dow. Tho funeral of tho late P. S. St.
" John-Gilbert took place at Nun
anu Cometory on Sunday after
noon, tho Rev. II. II. Parker offi
ciating. Harmony Lodge No. 3, 1.O.OF.,
I meetB this evening at 7:30. "Work
in the Initiatory degree. All
members of tho ordor aro invited
Hugo Fisher has established a
now and commodious studio in
tho upper floor of tho promises in
the Mutch block occupied by tho
Rev. Mr. Byrdo camo up from
Eohala to see a friend who passed
through on tho AVarrimoo yester
day. Ho preached at St. Andrew's
There will bo no mail from tho
Coa-at until tho Mouowai arrives
on Thursday week. Thoro will
bo a mail to tho Coast by tho Rio
Jauoiro, duo from tho Orient on
P. H. Brooks Divisiou, Uniform
Rank, K. of P., will attend tho
quarter centenary celebration to-
"''morrow evening in full uniform.
An order from Captain McCarthy
Dr. Beverly Colo, in company
with Mr. Lightfoot, a member of
the Honolulu Board of Education,
inspoctod the Agricultural Collogo
yesterday afternoon. San Fran
J. Ay. Borgstrom is agent for
tho celebrated Kroegor pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand pianos takon as part
payment. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. 7Tolo.347.
Ah Chow, who sworo that the
Ohinose girl who attempted to
commit suioido in jail was his
wife, was arrested early this morn
ing for perjury. His case was
not reached at tho morning ses
sion of the Police Court.
About ono hundred and fifty
toaohors and others took part in
tho excursion to Waianao on Sat
urday afternoon. Ico cream and
othor refreshments wore served in
Judge Widomann's cocoanut grovo
and a very onjoyablo tirao was
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
l Mates Bdler Dread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Yuur Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Aijcnts.
Henry Holmes, socrotary to tho
Bishop estate, has been licensed
to practise as a luwynr in all the
courts of tho Republic. He was
admitted as a solicitor of tho Sit-
iromo Court of Judicature in
England in Fobruary, 1879, and
practised in the city of Newcastle-on-Tyno
until August, 1885, and
since September, 1885, has resid
od in this country.
Fraulc H. Conaut, P. A. Engin
eer of tho U. S. Navy, who was at
Honolulu last year in tho Phila
delphia, was married at Borkoloy,
Col., August 5, to Mrs. Van Vleet,
who was a guest of Dr. and Mrs.
McGrow horo for somo months
aud appeared as a vocalist in sev
eral amateur concorts. Mr. Con
ant has been appointed to toach
engineering at tho Annapolis
Thcro was no old mntd as sick as tick could
Doctor mid the troublo was drinking com
Recommended "Salvation Ansiv Biiand,"
When, Oh, whixt Jojr to tell,
It quickly rnlsid her from her bed,
Doth strong and sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Solo Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Me
morial mixturo, Young Hyson
and Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and excellonco of
l'ollco Let Cu llcfuro AVrlt Arrlt An
other Court Note.
J. M. Camara has been appoint
ed guardian of tho Fornandos
minors under $50 bond. Ho hos
also been appointed administrator
of tho estate of their late father,
Qnorino Fornandes, under $100
Joseph Luahiwa was granted a
divorco against his wifo on tho
ground of adultory. Robertson
for potitionor; no appoarauco of
or for respondent.
Lilia Koawcamahi was granted
a divorco against D. Koawcamahi
on tho ground that defendant was
a lopor. Castlo for potitionor;
Kano for respondent.
C. D. Chaso has boon appointed
exocutor without bonds of the
will of his lato wifo.
Houry Smith has submitted a i
master s report on tho account of
AV. O. Smith, guardian of the Gay
minors who number Beveu., Ho
indicates different thingB for cor
rection, and Judgo Carter L.hB tho
report under consideration
Sasao Tern, "a fomalo subjoct
of His Imperial Majesty ,the Em
peror of Japan, temporarily resid
ing in Honolulu," BWore out a
writ of habeas corpus Against tho
Marshal of tho Ropublio, alleging
that ho had her in prison and
threatened to doport )Aor. Justico
Frear issued tho writ on Saturday,
making it roturfcablo today.
Doputy Marshal HiAchcock made
return that tho petitioner was not
restrained of her (liberty nor in
his custody at tho Jimo of tho re
ceipt of tho writ. A?S. Humphreys
was attorney for petitioner.
Chas. A. Mann has been appoint
ed guardian off Halemano, a
minor. Knhoolamo for potitionor.
A motion fori a now trial has
beon filed by , defendant in tho
suit of Mary ftose against S. M.
Eaaukai for inalicious prosecu
tion. Daraagds $500 woro award
ed tho plaintiff by a nativo jury.
Sho had claimed $1000.
AV. P. Morf-ow has filed an an
swer to thjo complaint against
himself audFrank Underwood by
Patrick Curtis in connection with
d ownorship of tho
known as "(Barefooted Bill," was
indicted hv Attorney General
Smith, bef joro Judgo Carter in tho
Circuit G)urt this morning, for
burglary ijn tho first degree. Ho
pleaded guilty and was romanded
until tomorrow for sontonco.
In tho (base of H. Ii, claiming
$1000 da-fcaagos for falso arreBt
against Tax Collector Shaw, tho
mixed jwry was given a receBs this
aftornoofu whilo tho lawyers argu
ed a raotUon for non suit. Wood
for plaiiatiff, Balloufor defendant.
Tli o Uiilinppy Armenian.
Loni ion, Aug. 6. A lady, whoso
name iU not given, just returned
from Armenia assorts that tho for
eign .'consuls and missionaries
there 'estimate that fully 1,000,000
deaths havo occurred in that coun
try aip a result of the massnoies,
and Wroin starvation. Tho political
condition of Armouia, sho do
clarJaB, is worsothan it was during
tlw'massacreB. Thousands of tho
lniianitants aro starvintr to ueatn
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
vohicr. cotmr siattkhn.
TV'unibor oi Minor G'nM'i nlnponcd
or Tills Morning.
There woro fifty-nino minor of
fenders on tho police court calen
dar this morning, but Judgo do la
Vergno succeeded in disposing of
most of them before tho noon ro
cess. Curtis Kanini and Mary Buck
wore charged with being disorder
ly and disroputablo porsons. They
pleaded not guilty and succeeded
in getting a postponomontof their
trial until Wednesday.
Ton or twolvo porsons charged
with drunkenness woro fined tho
Thirty Chineso gamblers were
arraigned for gambling. Ten
pleaded guilty and were lined $10
each and costs and tho rest woro
Six porsons charged with adul
tery had their trials postponed
until tho Court had moro time at
Koon Chat aud Ah Hoy were
given thirty days each on the roof
on pleas of guilty of having opium
Three Chinese vagrants woro
found guilty, but thoir sontences
postponed until tho 17th of Spp
temlier, on condition tliat they
leavo tho country in thox lican
time. . '
The charge of dififurbing tho
peace and quietyof tho night, op
posite tho namo of B. Kuluua, was
Li Oho-fig and two others woro
tried fo"r assault and battery on
Iokena Kalnnalii and acquitted.
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Tho high wind of , yostorday
morning blew off a portion of tho
porch in f rout of Gertz' shoo Btoro
on Fort street.
Sale is Over!
But I am cclllns nil of my
stock of irooda very cheap.
My specialties for this
week are ....
Silk Crepes --
Guardian's Sale of Real
BY VIRTUE OE A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me cranU'd by tho Hon. A. W. Carter,
First Judge of tho Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Island of Oaliu, on tho 8th day of
August, A. D. 1890, I will proceed to sell
at pnhllc. outcry to the highest bidder for
cash In U. 8 Hold Coin on the 27th day of
August, A. D. lb'JIi, at thu auction room of
Jus. F. Morgan, in Honolulu, the undivided
one-eleventh (1-11) Interest of Mabel, Mary,
Clara, Daisy, Thomas F. Anna, and J. Ena,
Jr., Minors, lu aud to certain rice lauds,
situated at Makao, Koolauloa, and at Kapaku,
Ouliu, containing a superficial area of one
hundred and titty-five (155) acre), mora or
less. Upset prlco blxtcui Hundred (IU0O)
Dated Honolulu. Aug. II. IStfl.
JO UN ENA,
Guardian of Mabel, Mary, Clara. Daisy
Thomas F., Anna, nnd J. Ena, Jr., Minors.
Guardian's Sale of
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN LICENSE
to rae granted by the Hon. A. W. Carter,
First Judge of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, Island of Oaliu, on thu 8th day of
August, A! D. 1890,1 will proceed to sell at
nubile outcry, to thu highest bidder for lash
In U. 8. Gold Coin, on tuo37tu day of August,
A. D. IMW, at the miction room of Jus. F.
Morgan. In Honolulu, the undivided one
eleventh (I II) Interest of James C. Lane, a
non compos mentis, In nnd to certain rice
lands, situated at Mukao, Koolauloa. nnd at
Kapaku, Oiilin, containing u superficial area,
ol one hundred and lllt-llo (155) acies.
mom or less. I pact prli'o Slxtcin Hundred
Dated Honolulu, Auguet II, 1890,
JOHN O. LANE,
Guardian of Jame L. I.aue, a non compos
lueutlo. 370-1 1
yield to tho prosuasivo powers
of Pabst Malt Extract (tho
"Best" Tonic.) Strength comes
with the first bottle. You
can sleop soundly after
taking it, and lift tho
system into n condition to
resist the enervating heat
Bo suro to get tho genuino
Pabst Malt Extract.
For sale wholesale and retail by
Hobron Drug Co.
removes Capped Hock, fl
and nil Soft
the hair or throning tho horse out
of work. (2 00 per bottle. DruRglsU,
Harness Dealers, or sent direct.
W. V. YOUNG, P. n. P.,
Me. 34 Amherst Be., Sprlogfltld, Olaaa.
Hobron Drug Co.
, AT TIIK
DRILL S BCED I
Elsio Adair Company,
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
Prices: $1 00, 75o nnd fiOo.
X3T Seats at Wall, Nichols Oo. 3S3-21
DRAFI NO. 185, ON KIPAHULU
Su(;nr Company, lu fnvor of Mrs. It.
Strauch, lHsuu'l Juno 21th, (or S50, has
been lost. I'.iymunt lias been stojiueel ou
DIUFT FOR WO PAYABLE TO OEO.
K. Grant. Ounerean liac same by calllm;
ou Ordway .t l'orter and palui; for ad,
During my nbsenco from the Hawaiian
IslauiU, my brother, N. I'oruauilez, will
not for mo uudor Power of Attorney.
Honolulu, Angust 15, I8!)0. 3S3-lw
DUHINO MY ABSENCE FltOMTUE I8L
anils Mr. C. H Itclllna will act forme under
full power of attorney.
The stoiinor Klnuu will lenvo Ililo. Snt
orclny, Aug. i2th,ot 8 o'clock p. ni.; arriv
ing ut Honoluln Monday morning, Aug.
24th, iusteuel of the regular advertised
WILDERM 8.8. CO., LTD.
Honolnlu. Auh. 14. 1890. 381-0t
GOOD PASTURAGE FOIt A LIMITED
number of horses at Kullouou, near Niu.
For tonus apply to
i. M. MON8ARRAT.
378-lw Cartwright's Block, Merchant st.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 208 Merohant Htreet, Campbell
Hlook roar of J. O. Carter's offlco, P. O.
N. S. SACHS''
520 JTorfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for ovouing
drossos, only 20 cents a yord
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur,
Pure Linen Lawn for $3.50
a pioco, containing 1G yards and guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Victoria and Porsian lawn, diraitios
in Btripos and plaids, nnnsookp, mulls, Swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and strippd whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OE EASHIOF
Fiuo Whito Muslin in ojieuwork. Bo.iutiful Patterns,
A groat stock of .
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
Bis?" Wo expect within ton days a groat and now stock o
D t &
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
We Are Now.
Selling a Special
Mado to Remedy tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of tho Favorite
Beyere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Featho Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Varioty, Shelf Hardware
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd.
A now Importation of . . .
. Fine Woolens .
. . AT . . .
U S TDFmilAM Xi X am
j. P. i.ru r-i-r
FORT AND KOTEL STREETS.
pink, bluok and yollow.
of Tho30 Formerly Used Horo.
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . .
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. si., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d CUm
Pftnrl flirv $ 75 S 50
iSwariantutiou... 1 UU 7o
Waianao 1 50
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
I Circuit, of tho llawoiiiiu IslnnJa in
bankruptcy. Iu tho mutter of tho Bank
ruptoy of M B. Lovy, of Honolulu. Credit
ore ol the Haid Bankrupt aro hereby notified
to com in and prove tiieir dobts before the
Clicuit Couit of the Finst Circuit at
CUuiubew, at Honolulu, on WEDNES
DAY, tho 10th day of Auguat, 1890, be
tween tho houw of ten o'clock in tho fore
noon aud noou of tho Raid day, and elect
an Aasiunfo of tho said imukruiu d i-Jtntc.
By tho Courti OEO. LUCAS,
1QO 1. (!lpr1r
;s2"tate' ' '"'-war,
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