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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 10, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stars vs. St. Louis at 3:30 this
A horeo for a shotgun is of
fored at tlio Bulletin office.
Chiof Justice Judd will return
home by the Australia of the 29th
Prof. A. B. Lyons has.roaigned
the offico of ganger in the custom
Tbo executrix of ostato of Sam
uol J. Bailey has the ububI notice
Qucon Victoria has opened
twenty-fivo sessions of Parliament
during her reign.
llomcmbor the mortgagee's salo
of Kttlihi lots bv James F. Mor-
Agan at noon Monday.
The government band will play
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m -Ocommencing at 4:du.
fLfN' E. W. Jordan has a fine display
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of baskets in Ins snow window, tuo
pricos aro reasonable.
Family ammonia 15 cents a
bottle, expressly for family use,
for sale at Sturdovant's.
It is not unusual for the Duke
of Westminster's charity bill to
$ amount to 100,00U a year.
Mayor Haughton of North
Adams, Mass., Has given his $1000
salary to the local hospital.
The time whistle has been out
of ordor for a few days. It will
bo in running order Monday.
Tho concert in aid of the Hawai
ian National Bind comes off at
Kaumnkauili church this evening
Dairy products are advertised
by the Dairymen's Association as
procurable at thoir depot in Lin
Thieves broko into the house of
a Portuguese gardener on the
Pauoo road last night t and got
away with $60.
The usual concert at Makoe
Island will be given by tho gov
ernment band tomorrow, com
mencing at 3 o'clock.
The Oliver Typewriter is simple,
light, durable, compact and is un
equalled for manifolding and
The regular monthly meeting of
the Hawaiian Mission Children's
Socioty comes off this evening at
tho residence of Mrs. 0. B. Damon.
Tho Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co. make a specialty of
fine bicycle repair work. Give
them a trial if you want a satis
factory job in that line.
If you want Docoy Duck, Plov
er Decoys, Duck Calls, Plover
Calls aud any such supplies call at
tho Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing
Co., Love building, Fort Btreet.
The Y. M. O. A. will join in the
union meeting to be held at the
Central Union church Sunday
evening at 6:30 o'clock and will
not have its own meeting at that
Among tho many features which
makes tho Oliver Typewriter sup
erior to nil others is in filling in
dates, writing on ruled documents,
filling blanks of any kind, or do
ing tabulated work.
Holo, a gross oheat, was sen
tenced to four months at hard
labor by Judge do la Vergne this
morning. Holo stole a horse from
one Chinaman and sold it to an
other for $11.
Kev. J. M. Monroe of the Chris
tian church will preach tomorrow
tnorniug on "Tho Children; Tho
Pattern of Discipleahlp." In the
evening a graduation Bermon on
tho subject, "What Constitutes
The monthly business meeting
of the Y. M. C. A. postponed from
last wook, will be hold Monday
evening at the Association parlor
at 7.:30 o'clock. There are several
important matters of business to
The Joint Committees of the
Fourth of July celebration met
thiB morning and audited all the
bills incurred. These amounted
to a total of $3825.11. A small
balance in the hands of the
treasurer is transferred to tho next
Tho govorumont will gather in
a largo increase in liconso taxes
on account of tho graduated sys
tem adoptod by tho late Legisla
ture. Some firms which horoto
foro paid only S500 this year pay
close on to S1000, whilo many
buBincbsos will pay over $1000.
THE JAPANESE BEETLE'
COnNINSIONlUt itIAKNIIK.V AYS
THEY ARK ON TUB UECIIEASK.
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The Good Work Belli Done In Hone
lalm Br Imported Tod ldjr-
klrda Now Ilattblu.
seen by a Bulletin man this
morning, and sb usual had some
thing of interest to give out. It
was brought out by an inquiry
from the soribo as to the ravages
of tho Japanese beetle.
"I have been looking into that
very matter since my return," said
the genial Commissioner, "and 1
find that although it is unfortu
nately too true that the beetlo has
made its appearance on the other
islands, still 1 am happy to
say we are getting the better
of the little pest here in Hono
lulu. I have visited a great many
places sinco my return and ques
tioned the owners. They all
agree there are not nearly bo
many beetles this year as last.
This year's orop, I may add, does
not seem to possess the destruc
tive energies of last year'B beetles
"To what do you attribute tho
decrease?" asked the reporter.
"Well, partly to the inoculating
process introduced by Professor
Koebele. That was a success as
far as it went but it did not
go far enougn. i'eopie did
not take interest enough in
the matter for their own good.
Somo of them expect mo to catch
tho beetles and inoculate
them and distribute them
around afterwards. Then Pro
fessor Koebele went away and I
could not devoto my whole timo
to the inoculation of beetles, and
it gradually stopped. But it will
be resumed next month after Pro
fessor Koebelo's return.
"But" resumed Mr. Marsden,
tho beetles have another and I
think in tho end a more powerful
foe than inoculation and that is
the toad. We can catch beetles
and make them sick unto death by
inoculation but we can t catch
all of them. We have the
satisfaction of knowing now that
what we don't get the toads will,
sooner or later, and that the beetle
is finally doomed. It is four
years since Pintroduced the first
lot of toads from Japan, and I
have at difforont timos since liber
ated other lots, several hundreds
in all. They have increased and
multiplied to such (in extent that
thoro iB scarcely a garden in Hono
lulu that docs not receive a night
ly visit from them. Why there
was a man hero a little while ago
who told mo his children caught
dozens of them every ovening to
play with. Tbo swnmps aud the
rice ponds are full of little toads
and there is no occasion to import
more. Tho toad, as you know, is
the cardener's friend. He lives
on any kind of bug or beetlo nud
should bo treated kindly and en
couraged iustead of haviuc stoueH
thrown al him us is too often the
case. I wish the public generally
would bear in mind that if they
don't want Japanese beetles
around their premises they should
see that the toads are not killod or
"As to the condition of affairs
on the other islands," said the
Commissioner in reply to another
question, "I cannot say much,
except as to Eauai. That island
has been sent a supply of toads
and I am preparing to soud more
whenever the beetle appears. Pro
fessor Koebelo will be back on
the Australia, I think, and will
tako the beetle in band at
onco. Inoculation will ho start
ed again and kept up, and
I hope the public will co-operate
with us. Without that wo can't
do much, for it is no use to kill
beetles in ouo yaul if they are
allowed to thrive in tho next."
"Don't forget to toll your read
ors to let my frogs alone," BaiJ
the Commissioner as the roporter
On Sunday morning Prof.
Swing of Oberlin University will
speak at Central Union church.
In the evening Mr. Birnie will
deliver tho first of a course of
three sormons on the general
theme, "Tho Kingdom of God and
the Public Schools." July 11,
"The Teacher and Self Culture;"
July 18, "Tho Teacher and tho
Children;" July 25, "Tho Teacher
aud tho Community."
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Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere. '
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment.
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Manufacturers of the
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Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Files.
Our Patent Flat Opening
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Remember weare the
money savers for you.
The underpinned named as execu
trix in ilit. will of Samuel J. Bailey,
Into of Honolulu, deceased, having
lieen duly authorize') to perform tho
duties of Kxecutrix of fuid will by
the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,
hereby not I ties all pertons having
claim aguhiBt tht estate of the said
Samuel J Bailey, debased, to present
the "tame with vouchers duly authen
ticated, even thoUKh the same be se
cured by mortgage upon real esta'e, to
her at the office of J. Alfred Magoon,
Merchant street, Honolulu, within
six (6) months from the date hereof,
or such claims will be forever barred.
All persous Indelted to said estate
aro also not I fled and directed to pay
such debts to the Executrix only.
Executrix under the will of Samuel
J. Bailey, deceased. 655 -it
Monday evening on Keeauraoku,
near Boteluuiu, a New tilde Curtain
for Carriage. Owner rati have sums
by calling at this olllco and paying
Mosquito Proof Furnished Hooms
at No. (157 Berttunla utreet, old Trei
loau place. Telephone 920. 649-lw
Rooms To Let.
Suitable for two email families, In
separate buildings; each partially fur
nished if required. Inquire of
N. F.. BURGESS,
047-tf 139 Miller street.
A Good Reliable Sadillo Pony and
Buddie, suitable for youug lady or
children, can be had at a most reason
able llcure. Inquire at this Ofllce.
No more shrugging of the shoulders
when rrquested to take a dose of
Castor OH. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all dis
agreeable expressions connected with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
fnl preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil have been- put on the
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfectly disguise the taste of
Oil it has won back vast numbers of
people to Its use, who would and could
not be Induced to abandon Its use
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The flne.t quality of Castor OH that
can bo obtained is used in the manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose Is exactly the same as
Castor Oil and Children will take It
Every dose effective and no serious
K5T Price 25 cents a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB
Crricit 208 Merchant street, Oompbell
Block rear of J. O. darter's office, P. O.
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
IfjyiTZY and LABOR SAVED
BY BUYING YOUR
3OT1MM TOME WEAR
all ready made from us. Wo havo it specially manufactured
in San Francisco for our trade, and can guarantee every
Ladies' Night Gowns for 50c.
This is a plun gown, well mudo and full size.
Ladies' ZSTiffhfc Gowns for 31.00.
This gown is extra good vuluo, embroidery yuko, and doublo back
yoke and woll tnnda,
Ladies' Chemises 35c. or 3 for Sl.OO. '
This gnrmont is trimmed with linon laco, and can't bo duplicated
for thut price.
Ladies' Skirts for 50c.
With rufllo and tucks, all sizeB.
Ladies' Drawers, for 50c.''a pair. ..v,
Thoso are a spooial bargain, trimmed with ombroidery and tuoks,
well mudo and good cotton.
Ladies' Corset Covers
All sizes, porfeot fitting at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Port Street.
7WS BRAND IS SIMPLY 0WlN(?$
TO TH OATS BEINS ROASTEt
WHILE ALL ma BRAHDTASE,
STEAMED. THE ROASTING;
GIVES A PECULIAR
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
F. S. KELLOOO, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
AT REASONABLE PRICES!
Goods aro all New and Up-to-date.
tftk. OTHER BRANDS
The Cows belonging to Enterprise
Dairy have been examined, by Gov
ernment Order, and not one was
Buy your milk them. 654 w
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