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m t ifon More First Prizes
m tifmik Were Won
m ' t lr
"BVIlTiLlKE A WATCH
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won F"ivo iFirst and One Second Prize
Out of the Six Kn tries !
F For Strength, Ease and Durability the Sterling
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
P. O, Box 430.
8. W. LEDEKER,
Just Received at the I X L n New Stook of
American and Hawaiian Flags
All SIZBB in llO.NTINO
KT New and First-claaj SECOND HAND FURNITURE of all kinds sold cheap for
cash. 610 6m
DO YOU USE
If so, why uot have the BEST?
It is well-known that . . .
HA8 NO SUPERIOR.
t&" Should your requirements call
for a first-class, but leas expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
t&f Every bottle of any of above
.brands U guaranteed in perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Notico is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect all accounts owing
tho Honolulu Dairy, and all
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present tho same at
onco f-t tr (.' tllico of James I.
Dowsett, Queen street.
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
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Saturday on the
MAKES COMBINED !
T" Corner King and Nun-
I t anu 8ts.
ILK and UlTTOV.
Silk Scarfs, Four-in-Hands
and Band Bows
SO T)i)7M will be sold at 25c. Each.
"Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4, to 8;
$ 1.00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delraol'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
iirendt jEffress & Cn,,
King Struct, mar Alakca.
JJonrij p r Week .M
Slllgl" Meal , i5o
Tvu Collet, (.'lioi-ulutuuini Cuke.. .10ii
lee Cream and Cake 15o
T" Lirj-eft and Coolest Dining
Room in tlii' olty. Open evening".
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Glass YEeals,
New Cool, r and New Waiters,
Now Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner King ami Alultea Streets,
ITcliwIl.Ill, II. I,
Mrs. A, Scliincdcu Proprietress.
t'Hiti'- I'll 'Ho aii 1 Stiig'c, wph
liounl, from $6 50 per week, uuuoidlng
to HMjulr"nient of tin I'UentH.
J'h only Jt"of I'mmt'iihdo Garden
in tit- eliy. (Hi ). CAVENAGH,
Tek'ptione OS I : : : Muuntfur.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
"Wntorfrouters" oxpeotto havo
a busy timo on both Monday and
Up to tho prosont Bir pasaongorfl
have booked by tho Alden Rosso
for tbo Coast.
The Diamond Head will rccoivo
3243 bags of Laapnhoohoe sugar
from the Eilauea Hou.
Tho Commodore will bo tho Inst
of tho vessels for Now York to re
ceive sugar this soason.
The big ship Roonoke is in full
possossiou of tho Ocennio dock
and has began to got rid of her
Tomorrow, high tidr largo 2:22
pm,uigh tide small 1:00 am; low
tide large 6:10 a m; low tide small
9:40 p m.
The Eilauea Hou arrived in
this morning with 4123 bags of
Laupahoehne sugar for T H
DavieB & Co.
The Waialeale carried lumber
piles and a pilo driver to Waimoa
yestorday to be used in tho exten
sion of the present pier.
Tho W G Irwin is discharging
hor cargo at the "jog" at the end
of the Oceanic dock,- the S N
Castle having finished unloading
Tho ship Mary L Cashing took
in her first lot of sugar this morn
ing, 880 bags of No 2 Laupahoe
hoe sugar being put into hor
from the Eilauea Hou. She will
also receive sugar from the Queen
Tho Alden Besse has hauled
across to tho Railway warehouse
to cotnpleto her cargo and will
take Waianae sugar, also some
rice. It is not certain when she
will sail now, but the Captain
hopes to get away on Monday.
Tho Chns 13 Konnoy is unload
ing coal at tbo Rnilway for Ewa
Plantation. Tho Captain hopes
to bo chartered by tho Combina
tion, which will bo dono if the
R P Rithet is unable to get down
to Honolulu before a certain time.
Fhidat, July 9.
8tmr Jnmce Makee, Tullctt, from ports on
Satuhdat, July 10.
Slrar Mokolll, Bennett, from Molokil,
Maul and Lanal.
Stmr Kllauca Hou, Wclr, from portB on
0AIIOOE8 FROM ISLAND FORTS.
Ex Kaala 21.19 baits of paddy, 250 bus
rice, 15 pke Bundrlfd.
Ex Btrar Kllauca Hou 4123 bags sugar.
Ex brlgt W G Irwin 600 tons general mer
chandise. VKS9EI.J IN POUT.
U S S Marlon, Book, San Diego, March IS.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San U!c;o, April
11 1 J M 3 Nanlwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not included In this list.)
Am tik C DHrjant, Colly, Layson Island,
Am tik Albert, UrllUths, S F, Juno 17.
lluw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, Nencastle,
IIuw bk Diamond Head, Waid, I'liel
Sound, June VI.
Am bk I'almjra, Keller, Puget Sound,
Am clir C A Thayer, l.lljqnlnl, Pu;et
Am bk Cliaa li Kenny, Audcrsou, Ncn-
Am bk Colorado. Moltnc, Newcntle,Jiiiic --,
lla bk lolanl, Mel 'lure. New Vork. Juue'Ji'
Ital bk (iliiBippc, Ftlucenlnor. -I F, June'.':!.
Am bk Allien Bese, I'otter, 8 V. Juiiu.lU.
Am bk lii'iiper, foderirieu, WeBtport, N '.,
Am bktu 8 N C.istle, Hubbard, Sun Fran-
Am bk 8 C Allen. Jnlmxon, San Francisco,
Am bk Matilda, l'uit Tonusend.
Am bktn Irmi;onl, Schmidt, 8 P
Am hrlst W O Irwin, Williams, Pan Fran,
FoitKioN vf9si:i,s ExrEcTEn. ;
Vessels Where lrom Duo
Ilk Nuuuiiu Iew York
(lrclili II FOIadc Uremen July SI
Am bk F.duard May, New York
Am bhlp Mary LCushlni;,.... Japan
Am .'..lj Corau.oUure 3F...
Am fchlp Itoanoke Japan Duo
bchrXoclly Neweasllu Due
BY 1'OLICE A.T CALLAO.
Inquiry here eonflrms the sory com
hig from Lima to the effect that the
State DepaiMncut li.it. lodged u de
mo ml with the United States charge
of legation nt Lima for the relcioe of
the n.ato of the American harlt "Uncle
John." He v-is ashore on Dcecmher
19 Inst at Cnlluo, and ntob arrested bo
cniise of his conBtant demand for "Itai
nler Jlcer." On tan or in bottles at the
77c Evening Bulletin, 75 ccnti
BULLETIN, JULY 10, 1897.
Wlicro Honolulu I'coplo M.iy AVor
CENTitAii Union Cnunoii. Cor
ner Hcrotania and lllohitrds street,
Douglns P. Birnio, minister. Servi
ces Sunday, July 11: At 9:55, u.
m., Sunday Bchool and Biblo
olussos; 11 a. m., public worship
and Bermon; G:B0 p. in., Christian
Endoavor prayer mooting; 7:30
p. m., public worship, and Bermon,
Pulnmn, Chnpel Itcv. J. M. Lewis
in charge. At 9:45 a. m., Sunday
school; 7:15 p. m., gospol service.
Sunday sohools Japanese in
Lyceum nt 10 a. m., Portu
guese on Punchbowl strout und
Hotel street mission nt 2:30 p.
m. Pruyor meetings: Wea
1 csdity, 7:30 p. in., at the chinch,
und Friday, 7:15' p. in., at Pnluina
Chapol. A cordial welcome for
all at every service.
First Methodist Episcopal
Church. Corner of Berotaniu und
Millor Etrootn. Rnv. II. W Peck,
pastor. Sundiiy, July 11th:
At 10 a. in.. Siindiy School und
pnstor's Biblo cImsh; 11 a. m..
address t-i children; 11:10 a.m.,
sermon by pastor; 6:30 p. at.,
Young Poop o'f Epworth League;
7:30 p. in,, horimm by pastor.
Pearl City: 2:45 p. m., Sunday
School; 3.30 p. ni. sormou by pas
tor Ewh Plnntntion: 3:15 p. in.,
Sunday Bchool; 3:45 p. m sor
mon and song eurvice. Wed
nesday, 2:30 p. tn Junior
Epworth Leiiguo; Wodtioduy,
3 p. m., pastor's probutionors
class; Wednetiday, 7 p. in , class
meeting; Wtduosdny, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer service; Friday, 7 i. m.,
"Pontocostal Meting." A cordial
wolcomo to nil cervices.
ClIltlSTIAN ClHJltCH. Alakoa
stieot near King. J M Monroe,
piistor. Sorvices for Lord's Day,
Jul' 11th: Preaching nt lln.ni.
and 7:3(1 p. m. .Sunday school
nt 9:45 u. ra. ; communion ser
vice ut 12 in.; young people's
meeting, G:30 p.m.; prayer meet
ing, Wednosdny ovouing; Indies'
prayer mooting, Eriday at 2:30
p. m. A cordial invitation to
nil t.i atteud the services.
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Services will bo us follows: G and
7 a in, Low Muss with Mily Com
munion; 9u m, Mmhs with English
instruction; 10:30 a in, High Mass
with native sermon; 2 p m, Rosary
und native instruction; 4:30 p m,
native instruction and Benedic
tion: Weokdaya, Low Muss at G
und 7 am.
Latter -Day Saints Reorga
nized Church of Jen us Christ of
uutter Buy Saints; Mililuni Hull,
roar of Oporu House. Services
will be held on Sunday as follows;
10 u. m., Biblo diss 11:15 n. m.
und G:30 p. 111., proaching.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 11 a. m.,
service at Oahu jail; 3 p. m., boys'
mooting in Association Hall;
pruiso servico in Y. M.C. A. Hall
ut 0:30 p. m
Tapering Closet Shelves.
An expert in douithtio bcicuco Bays:
"If yon paper your closet shelves, put
on thrco thicknesses at onco. It is as
easy to cut three layers as one. They
can ho tenioMd, then, one at a timo, as
they become soiled, 11 few dishes being
removed uud replaced as the paper is
rolled away, and it requires much less
timo than to remove all tho dishes and
put on u new paper."
Draped skirts and long shoulder ef
fects aro to ho seen on tho newest gowns.
The eton jacket is a great fa orito for
cloth gowni, uud it is in all poshiMu
shapes and styles of trimming.
Draped and full bodices mo uliuost
univcisal among tho new gowns.
Tho uto of braid is an important fea
ture of drefcs trimming
Ilnuitou and chantilly laces aie cry
much in favor this teuton.
Tho very newest toggln lings aro of
vrliito canvas, cmbioidcied in drcsden
colors- and figures and flnishi d with sil
ver gilt tips.
Fancy drefcs trimmings, in galloons,
embroidery, appliquo luco und juwolcd
effects, surpass iu oleganco and variety
all tbo productions thut havo appeared
Tho advanced fashions for summer
indicate that jeweled belts and buckles
will bo more popular thun over.
Tho English tailor made coat has no
gathers at tho top of tho sleeve.
MeohauiOb' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nunnnu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
and CO cents per night. $1, nnd
$1.25 nor week.
Beforo giving your order for a
portrait, seo what King Bros,
havo to show in crayon cnlaigo
monts and judge for yourself
whether they can give you tho
best valuo for your money or
- iiiw nwrrjii! i wwjwwwiiuiiTtfnw wwtb
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Work
These, through good servico
and effective work on SUGAR
and RICE PLANTATIONS,
and elsewhere, have made for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft nnd in
Wo now present to the pub
lic a full line, as follows:
The C.&C.Eice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and all ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows aro both light ana
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Money to Lend.
Upon real estate security, only a
limited niuouut, on reuuouablo in
terest. Borrowers whose time la up
with oilier mortgagees, will do well
to confer with
Trustee, at Judiciary Building.
Subscribe for tho Evkninq Bul
letin 75 centB par month. '
li ; Vli IsiHiit. ,i aim.!, iiKH jAwistfiiWr' X
i v iM-jivmuinr a irr:v.iL'jir m rr - -fwk.z
ffV WI'IM-II !'IWM
1776 1894 1897
J. M. Webb received per
"Australia" and has now dis
played an elegant line of
Amorican Flags in Silk, "Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Munlin,
Largo Shields, New Hawaiian
Flags made to order from the
official copy, Red, Whito and
Bluo Tiesuo Paper lor
festooning, Fancy Poles for
Bilk flags, Largo Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Garfield and President
Wm. MoEinley, Jr.
All Prices Just Right !
No. 316 Fort Street.
The nndcrsif o.l having bee n rnpolnted
AdminlstrHtiix 01 the estnte of Nnncy 8.
Ellis, lato of Honolulu, Oahu, d censod, by
order of the Houorablo A. I'erry, Circuit
Judge of the Hrnt Judicial Circuit, hereby
no inei all peso- s having claims ngalust
said cstato to p.esent tho tuu.o with vou
chers duly authenticated, even though the
snmo be secured by mortgngo upon real
estu'e, to her at the office ot J. Allred Mo
goon, Honolulu. Oahu, within six (6)
months from the dato hereof, or such
claims will be forever barred All ro suns
imkbted lo hnij unatu aie also Uuliliud and
dicted to pay such debta to the minimis
tratrix. VIOTOHIA 8 ELLIS,
Aoministratiix of the Estate of Nauoy 8.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 20, 1897. Cli-lt
By irtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of the District Court of Honolulu, Isl.
and of Oahu, ou the S5th day ot June,
A. D. 1897, against Yuu Fook Shing (Ch),
dtfeiidant in favor of Yong Soong Ch),
Blaintiff, for the sum of Forty one 15 100
ollurs, I have levied upon and shall ex
pose for sale at tho t-tatlun House, Kala
kaua Building, in the District of Honolulu,
Island of O.iliu, at 12 o'clock noon of
Monday, the 2(Hh day i f July, A. D. IS97,
to the highest ladder, all the right, title
and interest of the said Yun Fook Suing
(Ch), defendant, in aud to thu following
property, uu'es-. Miid juclgoieu , interest.
coBts, aud my expenses bo previously paid.
List of property for sale:
1 Carriage known as Hack No. 49.
u. it. mroncocK,
Deputy Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
IN THE ClRfL'ir COURT FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian siuiids. In
Probate, In the matter of tlio Kluto
ol Joseph Lnzurus, late ol Honolulu.
Oahu, drceed. The last Will ami
Testament of said deceased, having
beeu presented to said Court, aud a
petition for W- Probate thereof, and
for the in-U'im e of Letters Testamen
tary to John a. Walker having been
(lied, notice m hereby uiven that Fri
day, July 30, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clook
a. m., In AoIoIhiiI H.ile, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time and place for prov
ing said Will and hearing said appli
cation, when and where uuy person
Interested uiuy appear and show cuu&e
if any they have why the prayer
of said petition should uot ha granted.
By the Court:
GKOUGE LUCAS, CloUc.
Honolulu, June 30, 1897. Oft 3t
IN THE CIKCUIT CQURT OF THE F1HST
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In probate. In
the nutter of the Estato of Joseph II. Love
Joy, late oi Honolulu, Oahu, decuisiU. The
petition and accounts of the Executor and
Executrix of tlie will of said deceased,
wherein they ask that their accounts bo ex
amined and approved, and Hut a llnal order
bo made of UUtilhutlou of Ihc property rc
maiulni; In their bands to the persons thereto
entitled, aud dl-thargln them from all
lurther responsibility a such Kvicutor aud
Executrix. It l ordertd, that Monda, Ihu
Uth day of August, A. I) 1S'J7, at ten o'clock
a. m,, at Chambers, hi the Court liutue, at
Honolulu, be and the siiinc hereby Is ap
pointed as tho tlmu aud place lor hearing
said petition und accounts, and that all per
sons interested inn then and llieru appear
and show cau-e. It any the) lnnu, wh) the
same should not be granted.
Honolulu, July 3, 1UU7,
By the Court:
63l-at l". D. KEI.LETT, J1J., Clerk.
IN THE ClltCUI T COURT OF THE FIIIST
Circuit ot thu'lawalUnlslaiuls. Inl'robale In
tho matter ol the Estate ol Francis Spencer,
' lato ofWalmea.Hawnll.dcccnsed. Tho last will
and testament ol said diceused, having been
presented tn said court together Ith a peti
tion for the 1'iobale thereof, and for the Is
suance of letters testamentary to MsriUa N.
Spencer liavlnir been tiled, notice Is hereby
given that Friday, the 0th day of August, A.
1) 1W7, at 1(1 o'elork a. m of said day, at
the Court Koom of said Court, at Alllnlani
Hale, in Honolulu, Oahu, is appointed ibe
lime ana piuco tor proving saiu win and
hearing said application, when aud where
any person Interested may appear and show
cause, If any tbev have, why the prujerof
said petition should not bu granted.
Honolulu, July 7, 18'J7.
Ily thu Court:
C51-at V. D. KELLLTT, JR., Clerk.
The Biennial Meeting
Of tho Membera of II e Queen's Hos
pital Corporation1 will be n Ul ui tho
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce
on THURSDAY, the 29th of July.
1897, at 10 n. in.
GEORGE W. SMITH,