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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
' Slurs vs. HouoluluB tit 3:30
"Under Two Flags" on Tuesday
night at 8.
Tho baud plays at Emma squnro
this afternoon at 4:30.
Tho oxaminatfons for school
teachers commenco on Tuesday.
President Dolo is expected
homo on tho Chtudino tomorrow.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from 1.00 per week up.
Tho membors of the Elsie Adair
company woro ontortained on tho
"U. S. S. Adams last evening.
Sugar cano in Austialin has"
suffered heavily from float. In
some cases it realized only 20c a
"Wall, Nichols Co. havo some
thing of special interest to law
yers in thoir apace in tho Bulle
tin. Superintendent 0. L. Wight of
tho Wilder Steamship Company
returned fiom Maui on tho W. G.
The Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Society will moot at tho homo
of C. II. Kluegol, Punahou, at7:30
o'clock this evening.
Tho usual concert will bo given
at Makoo Island tomorrow after
noon, commoncing at 3 o'clock.
Program in another column.
In thoir English tour up to
July 31 tho Australians played 23
matches, winning 11 and losing
throe, whilst six woro drawn.
AVray Taylor announces an
organ recital at Kaumakapili
church on Monday evening as n
compliment to visiting teachers.
W. W. Dimond calls attention
Christy bread knives, Prido of
io Kitchon, oyster shells and
olf pulling coikscrewa in this
At tho ovoninc services at tho
Methodist church tomorrow Rev.
Mr. Pock will preach a sermon to
teacWis of l!i iimnii r hc)um1,
entitled "Tho Greatest Teacher."
Rev. G. P. Sylton of St. Louis
will officiato nt both Borvicos of
tho Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow, in
tho absence of Rov. Alox. Mack
intosh. On tho 19th wit., at Hangchow,
n female pirato suffored capital
punishment for various acts of
piracy committed between Tsiug
tang and the Taiohow IslandB to
which she belongs.
Mr. ITarry "Wirth, tho proprie
tor of "Wirth's Circus, died from
tho result of sun-stroke, on board
tho stoamor Kwangloo on Sunday,
10th wit., on tho way down from
Shanghai to Hongkong.
"W. S. Luce will sell at auction
on Monday at 10 o'olock at tho
residence next to tho Opera House,
the entiro furnituro and house
hold effects of Dr. McLennan, in
cluding piauo and span of horses.
A number of musicians and
singers of tho Young Hawaiians
Institute left on tho afternoon
traiu today on thoir way to Wai
ulua, whoro thoy will assist in a
concort in aid of tho church at
Eov. T, D. Garvin has chosen
for his subject at UioOhristinn
church tomorrow morning, "Tho
Sure Path to Success." In tho
evening ho will leoturo on "Re
mission of Sin Before and After
Rev. S. S. Palmar, who is offi
ciating at Contral Union church
during tho regular pastor's vaca
tion, will preach at both services
tomorrow. Morning subject:
Hoavon." Evening: "Agnos
ticism and Religion."
TUero was an old maid ns slel; as elck could
Doctor eald the trouble was drlnUlnj; com
KccomiuLuded "Su.vvrios Amir Hkvnd,"
When, Ou. what Joy to tell,
It quickly railed ter from licr bed,
Doth atrouu aud sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Solo Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popwlar Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Young Hyson
and Japan, 25 contB, wunvalod for
cheapness and excellence of
DRIFTED SHOW FLOUR
Males Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Aih Your Grocer For It.
UiVIQN FEED CO., Solo Agents.
Thoro will bo an eclipse of tho
moon tonight, pirtially visible
Thoro havo been no arrests to
day wp to tho hour of going to
Thoro will bo a bicycle run up
Manoa valloy tomorrow morning.
Tho boys will leave Kiug's cyclory
at 9 o'clock.
Tho report that a well-known
character about town had been
arrested in connection with tho
tramways robbery unfortunately
provo to be incorrect.
Tho petition for a liquor license
for tho proposed Waikiki hotol is
being vory nltmerously signed.
In fact nearly ovorybody seems in
favor of tho proposition.
Tho concort nt tho Kamoiliili
church under the auspices of tho
Kamohamoha Glee Club comes off
this evening. Purchasers of tickols
will got free tram faro both ways.
Lumber was boing taken into
tho now store room of B. F.
Elders it Co., in tho Waverloy
block today, preparatory to com
mencing tho fitting up on Mon
day. AVillio Lucas will pitch for tho
Honolulus at tho ball game this
aftoruoou and Clarke will play
Bocond base. The Star boys say
thoy wont do a thing to "Willio
when thoy got him in tho box.
Captain Harry Evans has cap
tured tho deBorting sailor who got
away from tho Iolani just before
hIio loftfor Now York and ship
pod him on tho Robort Sudden.
Thoro are no deserters at largo
Tho following centipede yarn is
from n Japanoso paper: A centi
pede 2 feet 8 inches long is said
to havo been recently captured in
Gifu Prefecture. Tho monstrous
Fpeeimon has been preserved in
alcohol for scientific purposes.
During tho heavy rainstorm, in
which tho lightning split seven
teen tolophone poles in tho Kau
dihtrict, four liorues on tho Kapn
pala ranch v,oro killed by tho
electric fluid. Tho storm,' which
did much damage, occurred on
Somebody has invented a fly
catcher for tho relief of cattle.
Tho animal is driven through it
and at a certain point a sot of
brushes drives tho flies, which
riso into a dome, whoro they are
killed. The machino is sot in tho
pasture and tho cattle Boon learn
A San Francisco paper states
that Dr. Winslow Anderson has
returned from his suramor vaca
tion to the Hawaiian islands. Ho
reports n largo sugar crop this
year and a prosperous condition
of affairs gonerally. The govern
ment is rapidly exterminating
leprosy, ho says, by scientific
treatment and rigid isolation.
Leo Kok, an opium dealor whose
sontonoo was suspended on July
22d on condition that ho would
leave tho couutry, was arrested
again this morning. Four steamers
have left for China in the mean
time but Leo Kok has made no
move to go himself. Tho police
Bay ho is making too much money
out of tho opium den horunB.
IIbh nl'ct Shark.
Perhaps tho oddost pot a man
ever had is a Bhark, seven feet
long and weighing probably 250
pounds, which is owtiod, in a
sense, by G. AV. Fife of Tacoma,
Wash. The shark was harpooned
in tho bay off Tacoma by Mr. Fife
and towed to his boathouso. It was
not badly injured, so Mr. Fifo
passed n chain cablo around its
tail and tied it up to the pior. It
was still tied at last accounts, wab
feeding hoartily and was appar
ently becoming accustomed, if not
reconciled, to captivity.
Harry Klemmo has recently
been renovating nnd decorating
tho Louvre saloon so that it is
now ono of tho prettiest little
bijou resorts in tho city. Hand
some linoleum has boon laid on
tho iloorB, tho walls hung with a
fino quality and neat patterned
paper, and tho bar trimmed in
white and gold. Mr. Klemmo
proposes to expend a Btill further
Bum in beautifying tho promises.
Tho Lnuvro is now a strictly first
class saloon, quiet and orderly,
nono but tho host brauds of
liquors and winos nro Bold there
and tho boor is of tho celobiated
Seattlo brand aud always fieah.
A cheque is advaitised lot and
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
Hi wi F Jp Utr 4 vti7
Saturday, Aug. 22d
AT 7:30 P. M.,
Under the auspices of tho
Wanek Giro OliiM
& '1 iolcols ou halo in the Tramcars
nnd at tho Cliutcli.
Free Tram Rido for tho Round Trip !
Fine Singing !
Elsie Adair CompiiDj,
rarue, oumuuy unu vauutvwe i
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Prices: $1, 75c. and 50c.
jBSrSeaU nt Wall. Nichols Co. 3S7 2t
Under Two Haas
Another Performance !
The - Romantic - Military - Drama
Will bo given under the auspices of
Company B., IT. G. H.,
Tuesday, Aug. 25th,
AT THE DRILL SHED
3" Oast: Selected from tho
Best Local Amateur Talent, tho
wholo to bo under tho personal
direction of Bon Scott.
JCW Seats on snlo nt E. A. Jacobsen's
Jewelry Storo, Tort gtrcot. 337-td
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
On MONDAY, Aug. 24th.
On account of tliu Intended departure of
DR. .McI.r.XNA.V, I shall Bell at Ills Itesl
duice,Kiii(; stixet, mljolnliijj the Opera House,
On MONDAY, Aug. 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Tho Entire Household Furniture, consist
In; In part us follows:
B Piano, Music Stand, -a
1). W. Uook Cae and Dtbk. combined; Cane
Sofas, Itockcrs and Chairs, Upholstered Par
lor Furniture, Japanese Tallies, Carpets,
Oak Extension (Dining Table,
Oak Chairs, Koa Hreakfast Table, former)
the property of tho lute Qikui Kmma;
o.ye "jrAitr.utD" suhokovs aunt
WITH OCULIST ATTACHMKXTS.
1 Oak Air tight Iiistrumcut Cupboard, Re
volving Sliehei and lleveled French Plate
Mirror Front, Olllce Desks, Cupboard,
Lounges, etc., Ivoa, Oak and Iron bedsteads,
lied Lliieu, Oil btovo, Glassware, Crockery,
etc., and Immediately after
3 Fine Bred Imported Marcs,
broken to both Slnglo and Double Harness,
1 Four Months Old "Creole" Colt,
a Carriages, Toln and Shafts, Poultry. (Jur
den Tools, etc., clc.
AV. S. LUCE,
AUGUST 22, 189G.
will brace, build and give
you vim and bounce. Get
it and thus take your own
jt ot fc
August 22, 1895.
Pit. IIui'i: says:
Ever sinco your excellent
"Best" Tonic has boon placed upon
tho market, my family has boon a
big consumer of this preparation,
and I havo found it a grateful
stimulant, nppotizer, tissue builder
nnd tonic. J consider it one of the
very few pioparations that really
do all that is claimed for it, and un
hesitatingly recommond it to my
patients. DR. CHAS. IIUPE.
J tfi fcj O
Pafest "Best" Tonic for sale by
Kobron Drug Co.
tub TURN ho lost a boot) battered bU
kneo; swollen and lame next mornlntr.
AROPRIfMpw111 ko ot tho
absorb the bunch; ready for next race.
Should liavouwl Itaoonastlone; would
have prevented bunch and soreness.
(2 00 a bottle. Of regular dealers, or
W. V. YOUNG. i- n. v..
Kp.31 JlmhenrtSt., Springfield, Man,
Hobron Drug Co.
HAWAIUN BASEBML ASSOCUTIOH
Saturday, Aug. 22, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 p. si.
A HOUSE OF EIGHT (8) KOOSIS,
next to tho Wliito House, Nuuauu stroot.
S25 per month. The Furnltnro in tho
houao is for Halo. Apply to
3C8-tf A. V. GEAK.
A LIFE SIZE
Ons Dozen Rktos of tho Sitter
EF"Ib tho LATEST OFFEIl we hnya
Portrait and Landscape
J araes L. Holt,
General Business Aoent, Ac
countant AND COLLKOIOU.
OrvicKi No. 11 Kaahumaun Btreet. Tolo
phono So. O.'ll). I'rouipt attention
guaranteed. 217 tf
Miwi..1ifii.ipiii n..ri. .. T 'i - Tn - ' -
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato Bhndes, silk lustro, just tho thing for ovoning
dresses, only 20 cents n yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioco, containing 1G yards and gunrnntcod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria aud Persian luwn, dimitios
in stripes and plaids, nansookn, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and strippd white goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito MiihIIu In open work, liomtiful P.ittoras,
A great stock of ......
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BS3"" "Wo expect withiu ton days a groat aud now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
We Are Nowmm
Selling a Special
Mado to Eomedy tho Dofects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of the Favorite
Bevere : Garden : ,Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Featho Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A new importation of . . , .
. Fine Woolens
.... AT . .
p. $ TIEIIMN
FOKT ANJ) HOTEL STKEETS.
of Thoso Formorly Used Here.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. h.
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 P. U.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 3d CUm
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS!
MR C HENRY WHITE
Proparo Teachers for tho Nort
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