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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST .11, 1800.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Fnllior Vtilnnliiip ia homo again
nftor n vinit to Mnui.
0. A. Spreckela cnino ovor on
tho Cliutilinc ycHtcrtlny.
it rninpil in (ononis for llvo
ho lira lit Koolau ycntordny.
l'residont Dolo rolurned on tho
Olnndino yostordny morning.
llosorvod scats for EIbIo Adair
might, on salo at Wall, Nichols
Dr. WnyHon has n card rospoct-
iib occupancy of JJr. ilorborl a
Nicely furnished rooniB at tho
l'opnlnr House, 15 i Fort street,
from SI. 00 per week up.
Sonntor W. II. Kico and family
and Dr. Wallers and wifo eamo
ovor on tho Miknlmln.
Do not fail to securo your seals
early for Elsio Adair's farowoll
Laud Commissioner J.F. Brown
roturnt'd from Muni yesterday; id
bo ?. W. Damon and family.
Tho Amateur Athlotio Associa
tion meets this ovoniug at 7:30 to
considor football propositions.
Bosidos drill tonight, Co. H
will hold a special meeting to do
cido about tho competitive drill.
Eiiin mado a failure of tho Ma
keo Island band concert yestorday
aftomoon, only two pieces boiug
Last opportunity to soo Miss
Adair tonight. Tho weirdly beau
tiful danco in all its glorious
Tho ton-man match shoot bo
tweon Companies 13 and D on
Saturday rosulted in a victory for
tho B mon bv a Bcoro of 393 to
Thoro will bo no band coucort
at Emma squaro this evening, tho
baud boys' vacation having com
Tho Diamond Head beach was
crowded with visitors to look at
the wreck of the Gainsborough
and many of them got a good
wotting before getting home.
Tho explanation of tho short
ness of tho vacation givon tho
band boys this year is that thoy
liad two months and a half last
year during tho cholora times.
During last night's rain twolvo
foot of tho stone foundation of tho
now building being erected on tho
cornor of King and Liliha streots
by Charles Achi was washed out.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Woman'sBoard of Missions
tomorrow afternoon at tho Central
Union church at 2:30 o'clock, will
bo devoted to tho momory of Mrs.
J. M. Cooko.
Tho city of Portland, Or., which
owns its water system, sprinkles
its streots through the street car
company, tho work boing dono
after 5 p. in. Tho arrangement is
Baid to bo vory satisfactory.
At u meeting of tho Hooulu and
Hoola Lahui hold on the 19th
day of August, 189G, Miss Agnos
M. Mclntyro was appointed treas
urer pro torn of tho socioty aud of
tho Kapiolani Maternity Homo in
place of Mrs. Einilio Macfar
lane. Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jas. W. Borgstrom, solo agont, cash
or installments. Warorooms nt
O. West's, MiiBouio Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tuu
ing and repairing. B Tele
Tonight will bo tho last of the
Elsio Adair company's perform
ances." Wednosday tho troupo
leaves for tho Colonies and India.
Thoy have tho best wishes of tlio
outiro community aud it is hoped
that their tour will prove in evory
Tho First Eogimont ball team
should learn to tako their me
dicine kindly. Thoro was a lot of
BonsolosB kicking after Saturday's
game, during which Lionel Hart,
tho umpire, and George WoodB,
tho pitcher, canto in for undeserv
ed couBuro. Tho soldiors wore
simply outplayed but don't scorn
to roalizo that such a thing was
possible. Thoy should count tho
errors credited to thorn on tho
DRIFTED SNOW FLOOR
Makes Pelter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Oroctr For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agent.
OllriMJ . MOt.OUAI.
I'lniMiri' of n Jnmillnic 1'iirty
Mrs. Wilcox and a parly of din
tiugulBhed fiiouds loft Honolulu
last Tuesday morning by the W.
G. Hall for a ploasuro trip to tho
beautiful island of Molokni, The
trip was vory smooth and much
enjoyed by nil. A numbor of
ladies formed a olub aboard of tho
steamer and called it tho Sinco
AVlion Club. It consisted entire
ly of ladies with tho exception of
one goutlomau who was admitted
as au honorary membor.
Tho parly arrived at Pukoo at
5p.tn.nnd was escorted to tho beau
tiful country residonco of Mrs.
Wilcox. Thoro a luau fit for tho
gods, gotten up in genuine nlii
style, was awaiting tho guests.
Aflor tho luau. singing, dancing,
and morry-mnking wero kopt up
till tho Binall hours of morning.
Tho Hteamor Mokolii called for
tho paity at 5 p. in. Weducsday
afternoon, and landed them in tho
beautiful valley of Wailau. Tho
party wore tho guests of Eov. Goo.
Kolopappla. A luau was Bat down
to at 8 o'clock in tho ovoning.
Early in tho morning tho party
went down to tho Wailau stream
and enjoyed a beautiful fresh
At 10 n. m. Thursday tho ontiro
party embarked in a whaloboat
for Pelekunu. Tho trip was
rather rough, but much enjoyed
by all. On nrrival ntPoloknnu,
tho party was mot by tho ontiro
neighborhood and takon to a fino
luau which was much onjoyed by
tho guests. At -1:30 p. in. tho
whaloboat was manned and tho
party returned to Wailau towed
by the Mokolii.
About 4 a. m. Thursday tho
party boarded tho Mokolii and
wont to Halawa. At tho landing
Mr. Kapaohaolo mot tho party
and escorted thorn to his beauti
ful residonco. Thoro anothor luau
was awaiting us, nftor which the
party wont up to Moaula Falls.
At Halawa tho gonial Jim Keola
was mot. Ho was busy compiling
tho IIouso records, but has not
yet lost that happy aud sorono
smile that gladdened tho hearts of
On Friday evening tho party
roturnod back to Pukoo rather
tired from tho long rido on horse
back. Tho party will return
Tuesday afternoon on tho W. G.
lr'iilnur In Jiipmi.
Tho browing of boor in Japan
has already attained such a stago
of devolopmont that tho importa
tion of foreign beor has becomo
vory insignificant. In tho year
1880 thero did not exist a single
browery in Japan, and now Jap
anese boer is boiug exported to
China and America. Germany
used to send largo quantities of
beer in bottles to Japan, which in
1890 nmouuted Btill to 10,900
quintals, of the value of 350,000
m. ; but in 1895 tho quantity was
only 4,000 quintals, worth 120,000
in. It is proof of tho progicss of
Jnpanoso beor browing that thoro
has boon a great increase in tho
exportation of browing material
to Japan from Germany withiu
tho Inst Bix years, totalling for
that period 1,000,000 marks.
I'abtl In II Nuniu.
Cliraato of ovory varioty exorts
a different influonco on tho do
sires of mankind for n Btimulant.
In colder zones bovorogos of groat
alcoholic strength nro used ton
vory much larger degree than in
tho tropics. Boor iB best suited
to our climato aud nono found in
tho market is bettor than that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It is browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
a great thirst quencher and invi
gorator aud stimulates tho norves
and muscles. At tho Eoynl, Cos
mopolitan and PaciCc saloons it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable chockB aro issued
which may bo used at any of tho
Thtiu was im old limld u elcK as tick coulil
Doctor ealil the trouble wns drinking com
llucnimninik-u "Salvation Aumv UiuM,"
WUeu, Oil, tt bat Joy to tell,
It rulckly rulsed her from licr bed,
Both ntroni; and sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Polo Agont in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cont Alb. packages. His Mo-
morial inixturo, Young Hyson
I and Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and cmooIIouco ol
Highest of nil in Loavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't lloport.
il ir jfimjmi
What is the use of having
Those who practice it
Aloha Tooth Wash is a
reason for having clean,
white teeth, as well as
Aloha Tooth Wash is a
perfect liquid dentifrice.
It is deliciously flavored,
and very efficient in
cleaning the teeth and
hardening the gums.
25 cents a bottle.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
miii: in 'ii:ki:jju.i: imiixii,
KhxIimkI'h . mill Powerful CrnWor.
A London spooml Hnyt: Tho
enormous unnmored rrirsor,
Tornblo, n-contly built on tho
Clyde fur tho British Navy, main
tained n spoed of twi'iity knots an
hour tin hor rocout maiden trip
from Glasgow to Portsmouth, and
it iB assorted that her m.iiden
speed was twenty-four knots,
winch is certainly romarknblo in
view of tier hizo mid length,
14 200 tons nnd 500 hot res
pectively. Not less romarkablo is
tho Torrible's carrying capacity,
enabling hor to stoam 25,000
mi las without recnaling Hor
sister ship, tho Powerful, is soon
to ho in commission, and then
tho British Admirilty may clnim
to hold tho world's l-ton-d in this
class of vessels. The naval exports
aro not satisGed, however. Thoy
aro Btill crying loud for moro
mon, moro quick firing guns, and
Buoh like things, which, of omrso,
moans moro monoy. Tho leador
of tho miilcontonts, dipt. Lord
Charles Boretford.loscs no oppor
tunity of warning Englishman
that thoy uro living in a fool's
puradise and being docoived by
tho vory pooplo who ought to tell
them tho whole truth. No doubt,
hosjys, wo mo gnulually romody
ing tho gravo dofout of too smnll
ships, but what is the good of
building ships if you do not, at
tho samo time, increase tho num
ber of mon. This distinguished
critio pledges his veruoity ns a
man, that if war woro doenrod to--morrow
a scoro of powerful war
ships would liuvo to remain in
port for luck of sailors and stokers
to man thorn, and this for tho
solo reason thut the governments
of tho day, Tory and Liberial
alike, fear to face tho necessary
oxpondituro, and ho koop the
strength of tho navy's personnel
bolow what should bo tho
standard ovon in a timo of poaoe.
IXcciiind nt Homo.
Tho following is from tho so
cioty notos of tho San Francisco
l)r. Eobort B. Williams nnd
Miss Colin Fraucisca Plunkott
woro married on July 23 at tho
boautitul residonco of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy in Wniakeo,
Hilo, Hawaiian Islands. Tho
brido is tho daughtor of tho Into
Supervisor James O. Plunkott of
Oakland. She left her old homo
just a year ago, intending to do
voto hor life as a missionary
among tho islanders, consequent
ly hor engagement was a gonuino
Burpriso to hor Oakland frionds.
Tho groom is a sou of Captain E.
A. Williams, Unitpd States Navy.
IIo is a graduate of tho University
of California. IIo litis becomo one
of tho most popular physicians on
tho Island of Hawaii, and enjoys
a largo practice.
CiiiitliiiiKtloii iir Irij'n ItunKruplcr
Jlntlrr lti'clirn'll.V C'oiiiiitiiy
Judgo Carter sontonced W. P.
Morrow to six months' imprison
ment at hard labor, for aspault
with a pistol on Pat Curtis.
Ninmnnn, who shot Jack Fryo
with a rifle, appealed to tho Cir
cuit Com t for niitigatiou of sen
tonco. Judgo Perry took throo
months oil the sontpiico of tho
DiHtrict Court, making it nine
months at hard labor. Attorney
Goneinl Smith for prosecution;
Eobertsou for defendant.
Tho appeal of Frank Lopez
from seutonco by Ewa District
Magistrate to two months at hard
labor for refusing contract duty
was ordered dismissed by Judgo
Carter for irregularity. Uickoy
for prosocution, Croighton for de
fendant. In tho mnttor of tho bank
ruptcy of M. S. Levy. Boforo
Judgo Carter. EobortBou for
petitioners; Thurston & Stanley
for respondent. Tho motion to
vacate tho ordor is takon under
advisement, aud proof of claims
is continued until Friday.
Judgo Porry approvod tho ac
couut of J. O. Curtor, administra
tor of the estate of tho late H. G.
Judtro Cartor gave judgment
for $77,09(5.71, the amount claim
ed, in favor of C. Browor ifc Co.
acaiust tho Eociprocity Sugar Co.
Kinney it Ballon for plaintiff; no
nppearauco of or for defendants.
Koliikannkaolo vs. W.G.Walkor
aud Ha Icul mi Plantation Co. Bill
to cancel deed. II. E. Coopor nnd
Magoon it Edings for plaintiff;
Castle for defendants. Defend-
nntft' plea is sustained by Judgo
Cartor, aud pltiiutiil' allowed to
nmud hor bill.
Judgment was givou for plain
tiffs with costs, in tho action of
Jumos L. Nowton nnd others vs.
Frank C. Blair and others for
quieting titlo, by Judgo Cartor on
motion to default. HartWoll and
Henshall for petitioners.
m 9 .i
While working at tho Myrtle
Boat House this morning, a na
tivo carpenter met with a slight
accidont, but wns not seriously
hurt. It scorns that a partition
wns being moved, which was no
coBsary in tho work of extension
of tho house, when tho unlucky
man wns stunned by having it
fall upon his head aud shoulders.
Theio wero about ton workmen
lowering tho partition from its
upright positiou, when thoy
thought it was coming down too
fast, so thoy all jumped from
under excopt tho follow that was
hurt, who roceived tho weight up
on himself. Ho was thrown to
tho floor, and was found to bo un
coiihcioiiB. Dr. WayBon was cull
od, and after tho man win given
Homu brandy ho becntno nllright
again. No blnmo was attached to
A Jcriniiii-Siniilili-Aiiiorlciin Ciililv.
Tho Spanish Govornmont, ac
cording to tho Uaceta tie Madrid,
has coucoded to a Gorman firm,
which hnfi mado a contract with
tho Germau Government for tho
laying down of a submarino telo
graph cablo botweon Gormnny
and North America, the right to
tittach that cable to a point on tho
coast of Galieia, close to Vigo.
Tho oflices of this cablo will bo in
tho samo building ns thoso of tho
stato telegraph at Vigo. It ib not
yet decided whether this German
cablo will touch at tho Bormudaa
On and after Tueiday, Bcptrinber 1st,
Dr. Watson will bu at Dr. Herbert' ollku,
Alrtkea etrect, until Dr. Herbert's return.
Olllcu hour Irom U to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 aud 7
to B p.m. Telephone 431. Nltfht telephone 340.
' 395-1 w
210 King titreot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
N. S. SACHS'
G20 Fort airoot.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnlo shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for ovoning
dro.Hsos, only 20 oents a ynrd
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, blnok and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, contain. ng 1G yards and guitr.inhod to bo puro
linen. , ,
Our White Goods Department
is most comploti), Victoria and Pen inn liwn, dimities
in sttipos and plaids, uuii'-ookp, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and strip d whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prioes!
TEMPLE OF EASHIOI
Fino Whito Muslin iu opeu
A great stock of
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BQi0" Wo expect withiu ton dnyB a groat and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
We Arc Now--1aH
Selling a Special
Mado to Remedy tho Defects
Ex "Australia," nn invoice of tho Fnvorito
Eevere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dusters,
Brushes in Gmit Variety, Shelf Hardware,
and Auother Consignment of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A 16 to 1 Shot !
Old Prices Busted I
New Ones Prevail I
I, LEYINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
Sr Shirts Jflado to Order.
work, lieiiutlful I'attvrim,
of Thoso Formorly Used Hero.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave nt 9:15 A. m.
and 1:15 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class !M Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwaPlnntution... 1 00 75
Wainnno 1 50 1 25
For Sale or Lease
House and. T-iot!
On the loruer of Victoria anil Orctn
M reel 8.
ibJ-tf AUTIIUlt HA1UUSON.