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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 12, 1897.
BBW i ujiiiiii imnn iiifTrmt-iTTT
'BVUXfLIKE A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
cimT7iiT3T Tnvrr-2 a w
"Won iivo First and Ono Second IPrize
Out of the Six Entries !
For Strength, Ease and Durability the Sterling
has no equal. .
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
P.O. Box 430.
8. Y. LEDEHEB,
Jost Received at the I X L a Now Stook of
American and Hawaiian Flags
All Sizes in Bc.ntixo
CiT New and First-class SECOND HAND
DO YOU USE
It so, why not have the BEST?
It Is well-kuown that . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
"Should your requirements call
(or a flrst-olnss, but less expensive
wine, we have n, full supply of
iffir Every bottle of any of above
brands 1 guaranteed in perfect order
at Umo of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Notice is hereby given thnt
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect all accounts owing
the Hrr"!u'u Dairy, fnd all
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to prtson.t the same at
once at tho oflice of James I.
Dowsi-lt, Qucon street.
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
More First Prizes
Saturday on the
T Corner King and Hun-
Silk and Cottox.
FURNITURE of all kinds sold cheap for
Silk Scarfs, Four in
Hands and Band Bows
K) Dozen will be sold at 25o. Each.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 8;
$1.00 PER SUIT.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGrlBV BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Delniel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
ilrendt jEffress & Cnw
King Street, near Alakca.
H.inl per Week $4.fi0
Single Meal 25o
Ta, Collee, ChixMilHtu and t ake.. .10.)
Ico Ureum and Cuke 16o
i.& Ltrgest and Coolest Dining
Room lu the oity. Open evening.
FAMILY LUNCH I100H,
Woman's Exchange Old Stand.
First Glass JVEeals, - - 25c.
New Cooks and -lo- Waltots,
New Furniture and Dishes.
A. W. SEABUJIY,
Cornel Klug and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, SctoeuCii Proprietress.
Rooms Euuite and Klngle, with
Hoard, from $5 60 per week, aucoidlng
to lequlr'ementst of the t-uuata.
Thu only Roof Promenade Qanlon
In tho city. GE ). OAVENAGH.
I Telephone 051. : ; : Manager.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
l'ino weather on tho Garden
Tho steamer Mokolii goes to
Molokni ports tonight.
No entries or oloaranoes of vca
eols at tho customs today.
Tho bark O O Funk ia discharg
ing Nowcastlo coals at tho mnil
The sohooner Anna arrived at
Mahukona 12 days from San
Tho Kilnuoa Hou left for Olo-
walu, Laupnboehoe and Honomu
The steamer Keauhou loads
machinery tomorrow for Hana
Tomorrow, hich tidn large 3:47
n m:hii2h tide small 3:00 a m; low
tide large 7:55 a m; low tido small
11:00 p m.
The bark Iolani completes die
charging at Brewor's tomorrow
and will leave about next Friday
A anantitr of uipe for Eahuku
plantation was shinned on the
steamer Kaala today by tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works.
George Strateraeyer, port sur-
Toyor,is now acting customs gaugor
in addition to uib duties as sur
veyor. Prof Lyons who ha& filled
this position is about to depart for
Lucas' clock on the Esplanade
haB been groggy for some time
lately but repairs are being made.
It's a godneud to tho waterfront
people and the government should
keep it in repair.
Tho steamers James Makeo and
W G Hall go to Kauai ports to
morrow. The former to Kapaa
and tho latter to her usual land
ings including Niihau.
Tho steamer Iwalani is under
going a general overhauling at
tho Fisbmarket. Captain Grego
ry has taken command temporari
ly of tho steamer Waialeale.
The steamer Olaudine arrived
yesterday with tho usual list of
passengers and freight from Maui
ports. Hosides taking in her
usual landings on this week's trip
the Olaudine goes to Eukaiau.
From Kauai, per stmr Keau
hou, July 10 H F Glade, Mrs H
F Glade, two children, two maids
and two on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Makee, July 21 Lai Feart and 17
From Kauai ports, per stmr
W G Hall, July 11 G N Wilcox.
W MeGowau. W R Camnbell. W
I Wells, J H Godfrey and 124 on
From Maui, per stmr Olaudine,
July 11 R Spreckels, Mr Hof
facker, H P Baldwin, Sam Parker,
W H Gornwell, Miss l'ua, Miss
Laui, Lucy Kahiona, H E Lem
on, Miss Eva Haia, H Pflugor,
W A Yoats, M Kauluinuhu, fiev
E M Hanuna, S Kolimoe, 8 W
Meheula, Rov Maiyamoto, Mrs
Hose and two childron, H Sharpe
and 88 on deck.
Teacher I'm a-standin hero to show
yon how to waltz. I don't purfesa tor
porpaio ycr fur a ballet. Life.
Got Till-Ill All. f
It was shortly after they hill moved.
" Why aro you to huto that "hero aro
no lonsu tacks lying around on tho
floor?" hIio asked.
"Because," lie replied, "I thought
lessly went through tho mora in my
baro feet lust night, and when I pulled
tho tacks out of my feet I very carefully
put them away. " Chicago Post.
UiiKlaud's Younger Souf.
English Lord (to a younger son) It's
time, Clarence, that you weto thinking
about a cuecr.
Dutiful fcioii I will bo guided by
yon, father. Shall I tako orders, stndy
for tho bar, enter tho army or marry un
American? Now York Weekly.
Where It la Don.
"I'roplowho can't express thcmaalvos
properly uiaku mo tired. Why, we're
actually making lunguago evory day."
"Urn well you cau i;encrally got
a few new pnmplcH at tho baseball
grounds." Chicago Post
BATUIIDAT, July 10,
Bltnr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oahu
Btmr Mokolll, Bennett, from Molokal,
Maul and Lanal.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, from ports on
Stmr Kaena, Parker, from Oahu ports,
SuNiur, June 11,
Btmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from ports on
Btmr Wti Hall, llaulund. from ports on
stmr james aukcc, luueit, rrom porta r
Monday, July 13.
Btmr Mokolll, Bennett, for Molokal, Maul
Btmr J A Cummlus, Searlc, for Culm
Stmr Kaena, Parker, for Walalut.
Stmr Kaala, Mosher, for Kahuku and
Btmr Kllauca Hon, Weir, for Olowalu,
Laupahoehou and liouomu.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Clnudlne, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, at 5 p m.
Stmr James Mnkfc. Tullett, for Kapaa, at
Stmr W (1 Hall. Maslund, for Nawlllwlll,
Koloa, Eleele, llannpepc, MaKawcll, Wl
nica, Kckaba and Nllliau, at 5 p m.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, farllanamanlu,
at 4 p ra.
0AUQ0E3 FItOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr Keauhou 3403 bags sugar, 50
Er stmr James Makee 2W bags sugar, 290
Ex stmr Claudlne-SO head cattle, 101 hogs,
1AI bagr potatoes, 2 horses, HI pm hides, 80
Ex stmr WG Hall 1910 ba;B sugar, li'O
baus rice, 2l head cattle, 22 bnls gr hides, IS
balseost skins, l6 pkits eundrle.
VKHSKI IN PHUT.
QSS Marlon. Book, San Dlcgo, March 13.
UD8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dlcgo, April
II 1 J M S Nanltva Kan, Kuruoka, Japan,
Cousti;ri not IncluiU'd In tins list.)
Am bk O D Bryant, Colly, Laytoii Island,
Am bk Albert, (irlflllln, S F, Juno 17,
Iluw bk Mauna Alt, Smith, Newcastle,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Fuget
Sound, June H
Am bk I'aliujra, Keller, Puget Sound,
Am scbr O A Thayer, Lllyqutst, Puget
Sound, June '21.
Am bk elm B Kenny, Audcison, New
castle. June -tl.
Am bk Colorado. Moime, Newcatle,June 23,
Haw bk Iolani, Met Shire, New York, June 23
Ital bk liiueeine, Felucc-aluzor. - F, June 23.
Am bk Alden Uca-e, Potter, tt K. June U.
Am bk llespcr, dodergrcn, Westpurt, N Z,
Am bktn 8 N Castle, Hubbard, 8an Fran-
Am bk 8 C Allen, Johnson, Sun Francisco,
Am bk Matilda, Port Townsend.
Am bktn Irrugard, Schmidt, 8 F
Am brlgt W G Irwin, Williams, Han Fran.
roitKION VKSSKI.S EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Due
Bk Nuuanu 'New York
Urshlp II F Glade Bremen July 31
Am bk Edward May, .New York
Am ship Mary LCushlni;,.... Japan
Am ship Commodore 8 F
Am ship Roanoke, Japan Due
Scbr Novelty Newcastle Due
Briggs Do you think Miss Yardly
is very bright? She talks only in mono
syllables. Griggs Sho known enough to bay
"No. "Detroit Freo Pres.
Not Even Angry.
Mrs. It And bo yon went to that
horrid, vulgar burlefequo lirbt?
Mr. h. Yes, dear, but I
Mrs. U Tlfat's all right. I only
want to know if yon Haw any good ideas
for my new bathing cortumos. Life.
27te Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
J per wonth.
sjiaitu, 'VRimtju tia.it M-t.m
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Oliver Braf Plow Work
These, through got id service
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 and in
W now prosent to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
The C&CEice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and all ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light ana
Sizes: G, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Money to Lend.
TJnnn real nutate Ri'ourltv, only a
limited amount, on reasonable "In
terest. Borrowers whoso time la up
with other mortgagees, will do well
to confer with
Trustee, at Judiciary Building.
Subnoribo for tho Kve.vinci Bul
letin 7G cents per month.
J. M. Weiih received per
"Australia" nud hnB now dis- ,
playod an elegant lino of
Amorican Flaga in Silk, "Wool
and Cotton, Bunting, Muslin,
Large Shields, Now Hawaiian
Flogs mado to ordor from tho
oflloial copy, Bod, White nnd
Bluo Tieue Taper for
festooning, Fancy Poles for
Bilk flags, Largo Lithographs
of Washington, Lincoln,
Grant, Garfield and President
Win. McKiuloy, Jr.
All Prices Just Right !
No. 316 Fort Street.
Administrator's Notice. .
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Adminigtralrii of the estnte of Nanoy B.
tllig, lte of Honolulu, Oahu, d-censed, by
order of the llonorablo A. I'erry, Circuit
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, hereby
notifies all pomona having claims against
said estate to present tho suae with vou
chers duly authenticated, oven though tho
same be secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to her nt tho office ot J. Alfred Ma
goon, llouolulu. Onhn, within six (6)
months from tho duto hereof, orbucil
claims will Le forever barred. Ah i.o sous
indebted to said estate ate also notified nnd
ilitected to pay bucIi debts to tho admiuis.
VICTORIA S ELLI8,
Administratrix of tho Estate of Nunoy 8.
Dated llouolulu, Juue 20, 1897. GIMt
By virtue of a Writ of Eioontion issnod
ont of tho District Court of Honolulu, Isl.
and of Oahu, on tho 25th day of June.
A. D. 1897, ngainst Yun Fook Suing (;h),
dtfeudant. in favor of Yong Suong Ch),
Blaintiff, for tho Bum of Forty obe IS 100
ollurs, 1 have levied upon and shall ex
pose for salo t the tnticn Houso, Kida
kuua Muitdiug, iu thu District of Honolulu,
Island of Uhu, at 12 o'clock doju oi
Monday, the 26th dy t July, . D. 1897,
to the highest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of the said Yun Fook Shing
(Ch), defendant, iu and to the following
property, uuls said judgmeni, interest,
costs, and my expenses be previously paid.
1 ist of property for salui
1 Cnrriago known us Hark No. 49.
U. It. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian Island. Ia
Probate. In thn m -.iter of the Estate
ol Joseph Lazarn-, lain of Honolulu,
Oatiu, (hce ed I'oo last Will and
Testament ol bhIiI ileueas-d, having
bi-eu pr.-1-fiited ( said Couit, and a
petition fur the Probate thereof, and
tor the h-uu. e Letters reHtameu
tary in John 8. Wilter Iiuvihk b-en
filed, notice in litre .y ulven tnat Fri
day, July SO, A I). 1897, at 10 o'do.sk
a. m., In Auloiaiil Hale, Uouolultl, la
appointed the time and place fur prov
Iuk 'aid Will and hearing said appli
cation, when ami wheie any person
Interested may appear and show eause
if anv thfy have why the praer
of taid peiitioii xoiij, not he ran ted.
By tho Court:
n , GEORGE LUCAS, Clitk.
Honolulu, Ju e ao. Ih97. MO 3t
IN THE CiHCUITCOUHTOF THE FIRST
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In prnuatu. Iu
the matter of thu Eiatu of Joseph II. Love
Joy, late ol Honolulu, Ouliu. dm-usi-d. The
petition aud accouuta of the Executor and
fcxecutrlx of the will Of aald deceased,
nlicrelu thvyaik that their accouuta bu ex
amined nnd approvid, and that a llnal order
bu made of distribution of the prupcitv ic
malnint' In tlielr hands to the pewinn lliereto
cntttud, and 'dl.cliarp.liii: them from all
lurther responsibility at such Executor aud
Kxeciitrlx. It U ordered, tlint Monday, the
0th day of August, A. D 18117, nt ten o'clock
a.m., at Chambers, Iu the Court House, at
Honolulu, be and the same hereby U ap
pointed as tho time and placa lor heurlnj;
said petition and accounts, aud that all per
sons Interested may then and there appear
and show cauc. If any they have, why tho
tame should not be urnntcd.
Honolulu, July !i, 1W7.
By the Court:
65-St ' P. D. KELLETT, JU., Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEFIK3T
Circuit nf tlin'Iitwallunlat.inds. Inl'iobate. Iu
the matter of the Ettatu ol Francis tipencer,
late ofVnlmea,llnwall.deccaied Tho last will
and testament of said deceased, having beeu
presented to (aid court tnnthor vlth s p;tl
tlon for thu Probate thereof, and for tho Is
suance of letters testamentary to Martha N.
ttpenecr havlnc been tiled, notice Is hereby
Sun that Friday, the 0th day of August, A.
1837, at IU o'clock a. in of said day. at
tho Court Room of said Court, at Alllulatil
Halo, in Honolulu, Oahu, is appointed thu
time and place for proving 6ald Will and
hearing said application, when nud where
any person Inturesleil iiuy appear and show
cause, ir any they have, why the prayer of
said petitlou ihoiild not be granted.
Honolulu, July", 1S'J7.
By the Coui t;
CSl-at P. D. KELLETT, JR., Clerk.
Rooms To Let.
Suitable for two small families, In
separate building"; ouch partially fur
nished If required, (nqiilro of
N. F. HURGES8,
0l7;tf 130 Miller street.
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