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EVENING BULLETIN, MAT 19, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
E. D. Tennoy, of Castlo &
Cooke, has gono to Hawaii.
The Board of Health meets in
weekly session this afternoon
The reception on board the Na
niwa eomoB off this evening from
8 to 11.
Rot. L. Byrdo has gono home
after enjoying a couple of weeks
of oity life.
Testorday was tho day agreed
on for the commencement of tho
discussion on the tariff bill.
The Begimontal shoot for the
Marl in trophy has bcon post
poned to Saturday, June 5.
Ladies should buy "crepe" roll
tissuo paper at Wall, Nichols Co.,
only 25 cents, during clearanco
Warm woathcr;is hero try a case
of our soda water it will please
you. Hawaiian Soda Works,
The Portuguese mill at Hilo
will ceaso grinding this week,
having finished up the crop of
cane in sight.
Minister Cooper held tho
monthly inspection of the troops
and quarters at the barracks this
Hermann Kubey broke his arm
yesterday in throwing a baseball
while practising with the Regi
Remenyi, the famous violinist,
and Sauvlet the pianist, both well
known in Honolulu, aro on a tour
south through Mexico.
Mystic Lodge,K. of P.,moets to
night for work in tho third rank.
Oahu Lodge will confer the same
rank tomorrow night.
There will bo a mooting of tho
general committee of the Fourth
of July celebration at tho drill
shed tomorrow night at 7:30.
Tho next mail from the Coast is
due on the Australia next Tues
day. Tho next mail to the, Coast
will be Bent on the Peru on Sun
day. There aro a good many people
who would like to catch the ex-
. proBBion .on Minister Damon's
face when he hears what haslJeen
dono to Schedule E.
John W. Greaton, the well
known chemist and metallurgist
who invented tho alloy used in tho
nickel 5 cent pieces, died two
weeks ago at his home in Brook
lyn. Tho bonnet which Yiotoria
wears on state occasions is a
pondorous affair of blaok velvet,
with huge white plumes, and it is
said that tho shape has not been
changed in twenty-five years.
Commander W. H. Whiting, of
tho United States navy, arrived in
San Francisco recently, accom
panied by Mrs. Whiting, child
and nurse. They were to remaiu
at the Occodental for two weeks.
The Call maintains that it was a
wise move to take the Hawaiian
treaty feature out of tho tariff bill
and argues that a measure of that
importance ought to stand on its
own merits and not be mixed up'
with other things.
The Oity Counoil of Stockton,
California, a city of about the
same size as Honolulu, has passed
an ordinance prohibiting anyone
rora expoctorating on the side
walks or in tho inclosuro about
the publio fountain.
W. B. Godfrey captured the
championship in singles at the
tennis tournament yesterday,
winning from Wilder Wight.
The tournament in doubles com
mences this afternoon at & o'clock
on all threo courts.
A consignment of Ladies and
Gents' Cresoent Wheels are on
exhibition at the Paoifio Bioyole &
Manufacturing Co.'s Store on
Fort street. The prices range
from $7fi to 85. Eqbv terms.
I. Those wheels are up-to-aato.
nro The repair department of the
Hawaiian Cycle & Manufacturing
J (Jo. opposite .Lowers te Uooko a is
one of the busiest places in'Hono-
lulu. Sick Bioyoles aro euro of
; attention irom tuo most skuiui
; of bike doctors if taken there.
Our work is bettor and our
prices are lower tor enlarged
portrait work than anyone olso's.
We aro not making muoh at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
you have anythiug in this line to
bo dono boo our samples hrst,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel Btreot.
Lionel V. Redpath is again a '
frco man. I
Threo chofa playors woro hauled
in this afternoon. i
There is a fine string band on
tho flagship Philadelphia.
Breaking horses' is a specialty
at the ' Club Stables. See new
It is'a number of years since
there wero fivo warships in port
at the saino time.
Road Supervisor Cummings has
vory closo to 100 milos streets in
this district to look after.
Tho program of sports agreed
on for the Fourth of July will bo
found in another column.
A Frankfurter Bausage sooial at
tho Hilo hotel was a recent socie
ty ovent in that rainy city.
Frank Butler was arraigned bo
foro a mugistrato at Sydney on
April 27 and committed for trial.
An adjourned meeting of British
residents is to be hold at tho
Arlington Hotel tomorrow evon
Theo. H. Davios fc Co. an
nounce tho S. S. Amarapoora to
sail for Seattle, etc., on tho 26th
Captain Fernandes and posse
raided a Chinese gambling den
this morning and captured seven
0. Trowbridge, the well-known
coffee plantor of Olaa, who has
been sick for some weeks, is im
proving in health.
A crazy Japanese has been
committed to tho insane asylum;
also a nativo who was brought' up
from Wainuae yesterday.
J. M. Dowsett has gouo to Maui
for a week, and Charles Hustaco
Jr. is holding down hisoffico chair
for him in the meantime.
A correspondent of the Tribune
says South Kohala hns fifty-eight
miles of road to keop in repair
with less than $300 per annum.
H. Hackfold & Co. havo pur
chased another pieco of land on
the south bank of tho Waiakea
river at Hilo for warohouso pur
poses. It is rumored in Hilo that
Theo. H. Davios & Co. have a lot
50x225 on Waianuonue street and
intend to erect a two-story buBi
nesB block thereon. , '
'Tho band will not play for tne
tennis tournament this afternoon,!
on account of the engagement oh
tho Japanese cruiser Naniwa. It
will play for tennis tomorrow.
If you contemplate ordering a
portrait enlargement we invite
your attention to tho superior
work wo offer and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
Complnint was made to Captain
Ronken of the Mountod Patrol at
1:30 today that a horse tied out
side the postoflice had boon left
standing there sinco 8 o'clock this
morning. The officer took charge
of the animal and gave it a drink.
It was claimed soon afterward by
C. W. Booth.
News of the death of two young
children of Manager Watt of Ho
uokaa Plantation wns brought by
the steamer Iwalani. One child
was three weeks of age, and the
other nineteen months. Tho
burial was at Hilo, the Iwalani
making a special trip from Hono
kaa. The cause of death was not
There will be a meeting of all
tho members of tho Hawaiian
Sooiety of the Sons of tho Ameri
can Revolution at the Safe Depo
sit Building tomorrow (Thurs
day) at noon. Every compatriot
is urgently requested to bo pres
ent, as a question of vital interest
to the welfare of all patriotic
Americans in Hawaii will bo dis
cussed. The bids for tho construction of
the new piece of road through tho
Kaawalii gulch, North Hilo, havo
been oponod and they aro as fol
lows: J. R. Wilson, $13,800;
Ookala Sugar Co., $12,500; A.
Swanston, $12,500; A. B. Loobon
stein, $11,750; Glaus Johnson,
$11,000. The contract was award
ed to tho last named. Hilo
Meeting of British Resi
dents. An adjourned meeting of British
residents, to hear reports of commit
tees nnd for any other required busi
ness, relotlvo to the Diamond Juhlleo.
will be held at tho Arllnt6u Hotel
on THURSDAY EVENING, 20th
lust., at 8 o'clock.
T. RAIN WALKER,
W F. Wilson, Secretary.
Honolulu, Miy 10, 1807.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and licalthfulncts. Assure tho food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho.chcap brands, ltorxt, IUkino Pow
deh Co , New Yoiik. v
In the Clroult Court.of J.
the First Circuit, Hawnll. STAMl's )
an Mauds. Jamca J. Dyrite v. John
Allen, H. Allen and other, at Cham
hers. Tho Republic of Hawaii: To
the Marxhal of the Hawaiian Inlands,
or his Deputy, Greeting: You are
hereby commanded to xumtnon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry Rhodes,
W. H. Lambert. A. Feek, B. F. Dil
lingham and Oahu Railroad & Land
Co. to appear ten days alter tervlce
hereof, If they reside on the Island of
Oahu, otherwise twenty days after
servioe, before such Juge of tho Cir
cuit Court of tbo First Circuit as shall
be sitting at Chambers In the Court
Room, at Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Building, lo answer the annexed bill
ot James J. Byrne. And you are fur
ther commanded, by order of the Hon.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that process
be served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feek and that
a temporary Injunction issue a prayed
for against the 0hu Railroad & Ltud
Company, A. Feek, his Attorney,
Agents and Factors, and have you
then there this Writ, with your re
J upat Witness the First Judge
1 8bAIiof the Circuit Cou.tof the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27lh
day of July, 180(1.
(Slgj GEORGE LUCAS,
i HOG, Civil Code. The time with
in which an act Is to be done,
shall be computed by excluding the
Hrst day and lucludlng the last. If
the last day be Suuday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to he a true
copy ot the original summons in Haiti
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service be made u(ou said non-resident
defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of tbe same and continuance ot
said cause until the 28th day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 19. 1807.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of salo contained In a cer
tain mortgage, dated the 25th day of
June, 1891, made by Charles Lull maun
and Jolmna Lehmann, his wife, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, to Paul Lmkc of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, recorded In the Register
Otllce, Oahu, lu Liber 131, ou Pages
208 and 209, notice is hereby given that
the raoitgagee iutends to foreclose the
same for condition broken, to wit:
Nonpayment of interest when due.
Notice Is likewise given that after
the expiration of three w.cka from tbe
date of this notice, tbe property con
veyed by said mortgage will be sold at
publio auction, ut the auction rooms of
Jarups F. Morgan, in Honolulu, on
Tuesday, June 8, 1897, at 12 o'clock
uoou ot said day.
Terms : Caxb, U. S. gold coin. Deeds
at parcIniHt-r's expense.
PAUL LGMKB, Mortgagee.
Further particulars may be had of
A a HUMPHUEYH,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, April 22, 1897.
The" premises covered by said mort
gage conslxt of:
That certain piece or parcel of land
situateou Punchbowl street, Honolulu,
and known as Lt 4, by survey of M.
D. Mousarrat, dated January 8, 1891,
and more particularly described by
metes and bound In the deed of John
Ma coon to said Charles Lehmann, and
containing an area of 5,852 square feet,
being a portion of Royal Patent Grant
No. 24S3, together with all buildings
and appurtenanoes thereon. 61 1-4 1
Tennis Players should take notice of
reduction lu price of
AT CLEARANCE SALE
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
FOURTH OF JULY.
A meeting of the General Commit
tee for the projected Fourth of July
Celebration, will "bo held at the Drill
Bhed at 7:30 o'clock, THURSDAY
EVENING, May 20. Reports of the
subcommittees, will be heard and
other business transacted. A full at
tendance is desired.
GEO. W. SMITH,
For many a score of years
has Castor Oil been the pet
remedy against constipation
and all stomach and bowel
trouble with thousands of
Dr. Cummins is tho first
person who successfully dis
guised tho tasto without uffoct
mg tho medicinal virtues of
castor oil. Tho tasto resem
bles honey and docs not pro
duce nausea, can be retained
by tho most delicate stomach.
There are other preparations
on the market whose proprie
tors lay claim to. a perfect dis
fuise. We ask that you give
)E. CUMMINS' TAST&
LESS CASTOR OIL atrial
and you will agree with us
that it has no equal.
Tho dose is just tho same as
Price 25 cents a bottle.
Bo sure that you get Cum
mins' and take no other.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Full Line Linen Damask and
PROM $1.25 PER DOZEN TJP.
Ladies' and Children's English Black Hose
(Fast Colors, Sanitary Dye)
r-. , . .
S&- These Goods are in tho Plain, Ribbed, Balbriggan and Lace ':
Patterns and are "guaranteed first-class. , ,
Navy Blue Coating and Waterproof Serges,
45-INCH PILLOW LINEN (All Qualities),
Damask and Turkish Towels
Swiss Muslins, French Confection, Batiste,
Plain Black and Figured Mohair. ;-
J3T These goods are newly imported from Europo and aro guaran
teed to bo tho vory finest on tho market both in finish and quality. Tho
prices aro sure to suit you.
GOODS THAT ARE NEW
Fancv .Art Tibkings,
This is the very latest material for1
Portieres, Curtains, Pillows, etc.
Organdie Muslins, Printed Lawns,
in new designs and colorings.
GUace Linings for Organdies,
in all colors, same effect as silk
and is very cheap.
Brocaded Alpaca and Mohair.
A Now Assortment of
Ladies Swell Shirt Waists, -
The yery latest in ,
Kid Gloves and Ladies Belts
....A Baraple Line of....
Children's Reefer Jackets,
Only One of a Kind!
Latest novelties in veilijstgs
N. S. SACHS,
52Q Fort Street : : Honolulu.
Drs. Maybe and Mustbe.
Yon choose the old doctor before the young: one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the young: doctor may he experienced. But
the old doctor must be; Ton take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe is tn reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you are concerned.
The new remedy may be grood but let somebody else proye
It. The old remedy mast be good Judged on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing- AYER'S Sarsa
parilla In preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record inspires
confidence BO years of cures, if others may be grood,
Aycr's Sarsaparllla mast be. Yon take no chances when yoa
take AYER'S Sarsaparllla.
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