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V1SNINQ BULLETIN, JULY G, 1897. . 5 (
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Door bells 82.00 at Stuidovnnt's.
Evpryouo seems to liavo that
tired feoling today.
Managor A. Droior is over from
Eloolo plantation, Eauni.
Bee E. W. Jordan's change of
ad. in this issue a most attractive
lino of goods.
The Misses Kato and Olive
Homer of Hamakun ore visiting
friends in the city.
All tho Government schools are
now enjoying their summer voca
tion of two mouths.
Tho pump was started at C p. m.
yestorday, and people on tho hills
aro getting water today.
On evory hand nothing but
praise is heard for the decorations
at Independence park last evening.
Tomorrow is tho day sot for
hearing the Camariuos guardian
ship matter at Circuit Court
The dredge was moved back to
Nuuanu creek today and will now
finish the filling along tho new
Prof. Berger started in with
tho Government band yesterday,
by serenading Minister Sewall at
the Legation at 7 a. m.
The true condition of tho Kila
uea volcano appoars in an extract
of a letter from Peter Lee pub
lished in another column.
The Woman's Board is in session
this afternoon at Central Union
Church, and interesting papers
aro on the ordor of exercises.
Among tho Hall's passengers
t from Kauai on Sunday were the
Misses J. and B. Hartwoll, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Isenberg and J. S.
Tho Hooulu Hoola Lahui So'
ciety will hold their regular month
ly meeting tomorrow at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the Kapiolani Maternity
Home. All the members aro re
quested to attend.
Tho adjourned annual meeting
of the Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will bo held tomorrow
evening, whou, as three now direc
tors are to be elected, a full atten
dance of members is requosted.
Captain Paul Smith, beforetho
A parade, was presented by tho boys
r of Co. A with a costly sword, the
finest that could be got in the
States. So happily surprised was
the devoted commander that all he
Baw in the parade was the gorge
By tho Einau comes tho sad
news of tho death of Charles J.
Trowbridge, on estimable and en
terprising coffoo pioneor of Olaa.
Consumption claimed him as o
victim. Mr. Trowbridge wos
lately in Honolulu with his wife,
leaving hero very weak steamer
boforo last. Ho leaves a sorrow
ing widow and six young childron.
Supreme Court HenrliiK Probata aud
S. 0. Dwight, administrator of
tho estate of tho Into J. II. Love
joy, hns presonted his final account
with a petition for approval and
discharge. Itecoipts $160, pay
ments $1005.23, balance dno ad--rministrator
Judge Terry has found on the
facts for defendant, in the snit of
G. H. Kawaiki vs. J. K. Pronder
gast. De Bolt for plaintiff; Ka
hookano for defendant.
In tho suit of J. D. Sprockets
et nl. vs. A. G. Howes et ul., eject
mont for proporty at Wuikiki,
George Lycurgus, ouo of the de
fendants, makes answer of general
The Supreme Court Justices
Prour and Whiting and Judgo
Goiter, substitute, present is
heuring Harbottlo vs. Rawlins.
Magoon & E dings for plaintiff;
Robertson for defendant.
From Ilia Volcano,
Following ia an extract from a
lettor writton by Petor Leo, mana
ger of tho Volcauo house, to a
local firm under data ot July 2:
"There is fire in tho crater, but
it can't bo said to bo very active.
So far thoro is no lako formed, tho
firo is confiued to a doep nolo or
cave and tho molten lata is not
yet visible but wo hopo for in
crooacd activity pretty soon."
awa aaaaa aai m
Nicoly furnished rooms at tho
Popular Ilomio, 1(3-1 Fort strcot,
f from 81.00 per weol; up.
An apparently well informed j
correspondent at Washington
says, regarding tho Hawaiian
difficulty with Japan: "The Ad
ministration expects to bo inform
ed by Japan of any now move she
may tako in the controversy. If
coercion wero attompted the Ad
ministration would take steps to
prevont its being successful until
a careful investigation of the Jopa
noso claim had beon mode and hor
right to indemnity shown. Then
tho authorities would probably
direct Hawaii to pay a reason
ble sum nud thus closo the inci
dent." This is the view that has
been taken by thinking people in
Honolulu, who have all along de
nounced the sensation mougors.
President McEinley, accoiding
to a late Washington dispatch,
has dotormiued to revivo the
abandoned treaty of general arbi
tration between the United States
and Great Britain. It is stated
that the now document has even
already been drafted. "In the
draft which is to be used for the
basis of negotiations," tho corres
pondent says, "there are none of
the objectionable points which
caused the failure of the Olney
treaty. Just how this can be ar
ranged without socrificiug the vital
principles ot arbitration has not
been disolospd, but parties to tho
work feel confident that they have
sucoeeded in doing so."
The Paoifio Cyclo & Manu
facturing Co. have on hand a stock
of shotgun ammunition for the
opening of tho dove season.
June 29, iSg-j.
Among the many novelties
introduced to the Hawaiian
Islands in late months there is
none which will give better sat
isfaction than a new Porta
ble Lawn Tent.
This handy contrivance is
really an adjustable circular
table with large umbrella at
tachment. The pedestal and
rods are of iron, the table of
ted cedar and the umbrella of
the best tent material. The
whole may be taken to pieces
and carried by one man and as
the two leaves of the table fold
together occupies very little
Spread out on the lawn there
is a handy and convenient
table covered with an immense
umbrella which effectually
shades six or eight people from
the heat of the sun or the rays
of the moon.
This Lawn Tent furnishes
something long needed for
lawn parties and will be ap
preciated on sight. Its price is
reasonable, being only $60. It
can be placed anywhere on
level ground and to raise the
umbrella it is only necessary to
turn a crank under the table.
We have also imported a
very handy portable lounging
chair. The parts are of iron
and the seats of wicker and as
it runs on castors it is easily
moved about rooms or veran
dahs. Stretched out it makes
a very comfortable bed.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreokols' Bonk
Building arid Loan iociafcion
Tliu AlouriiO'l Annual .Mt-otliiK will
tin lielil ut tliu Chuiulier of Coninittrco
on WKDNKSDAY ICVHNINO, July
7, lht7, ot 7:110 o'clock. A full uttou
(luni'o of inoinlicM l wiueatril, uh on
flection (or Knur Xow Ulrt-utnrH will
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Staple and Fancy Novelties
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Absolutely Lowest Trices
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Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Fila.
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8 Remember welare the
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Silk Scarfs, Four-in-Hands
and Band Bows
60 Dozen will bu bjIcI ut 23c. Each.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 8;
$1.00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel Street
ARonts for Dr. Deimel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bend (or Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Will Stand tho Season
Whether it pays to ralso your own
chickens or not uhh been an open ques
tion among all who have attempted
to keep poultry at a profit.
Many people keep a few chickens In
order to have fresh eggs, fearing the
consequences of purchasing from the
Tho large percentage that die before
the brolllug age is reached diacourages-
many and causes them to abandon
the practise eutiioly.
But like every trade or occupation
sorno are suocoxsful, and make money
out of it. There is a reason for this,
the remedy very simple, by investing
60 cents In a bottle of DETROIT
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All suocessful poultry raisers use It.
It makes the heua lay and produces
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Nothing on tho market like it.
The Investment will repay you ten
The DETROIT IRON TONIC and
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NOTARY PDBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Orricii 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. P. O,
. . Fancy Ribbons
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Short and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
Corded and Figured Piques,
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-ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
B Koincnibor theso Goods nro all New and Up-to-dnto.
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Ladies' Night Gowns for 50c.
This is a pi un gown, well mado and full size.
Ladies' Night Gowns for 81.00.
This gown is extra good vuluo, embroidery yoko, and doublobaek
yoko and woll inado,
Ladies' Chemises 3oc. or 3 for Sl.OO.
This garmont is trimmed with linon laco, and can't bo duplicated
for that prico.
Ladies' Skirts for 50c.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizes.
Ladies' Drawers for 50c. a pq,ir.
Thoso are a spoci.il bargain, trimmod with ombroidery anl tuoks,
woll mado and good cotton.
Ladies' Corset Covers only GOc.
All sizes, porfeot fitting at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
TCT cm l
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Marasco, "Swedish Movoinont,"
Biths, Electricity and Physical Training
P. 8. KELLOGQ. M. O.,
Telophomo 639. Superintendent.
Evening Bulletin 76e per month.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
Lnd LABOR SAVED
VOUNG TENOCR CORN
Our work is better and oar
prices are lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyone else's.
Wo are not making much at it,
but don't let that worry you. If
you havo anything in this line to
bo dono soo onr samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotel street.
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