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anwliima in i
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won Five First and One Second
Out of tho Six Entries !
f3? For Strength,
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
T. Ok Box 480.
B. W. LEDEBElt,
Bu Sold Cheap for Cash "a
Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at, tho 1X1 corner King and Nuuanu streets.
DO YOTJ USE
If bo, why not have the BEST?
It is well-known that . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
j fr Should jour requirements call
for a llrst-clase, but less expensive
, wine, we have a full supply of
li '.&. 10 Every hottlo of nny of above
-;,? . brands Is guaranteed In perfect order
at time of
,,: W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
640 4 Limited. it
5f Notice is hereby given that
'Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collpob all accounts owing
tho Honolulu Dairy, and all
porsous having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present the same at
' once at tbo otlico ot .James l.
. .vDowsntt, Qucon street,
'jj' JAMES I. DOWSETT.
Tu , 648-lra
More First Prizes
Saturday on the
and Durability tho Sterling
Comer King and Nun
Silk Scarfs, Four-in-Hands
and Band Bows
CO Dozen will b sold at 25c. Each.
Washable Shirts for Boys'
Ages, from 4 to 3;
$i 00 PER SUIT.
:- Wayerley Block
9 Hotel Street
ApHtitB for Dr. Dt-lmel'e Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
KESTA UR AJM T.
iirendt jBffr-Ess & Cn.j
King Strcit, tuarAlaUa.
Boiril per Week S4.P0
Single Meal "'io
Tea. Coll'ee, Chix-nliite and Cake.. .lOd
Ice C'roaiu and Cake i5o
W Liruent and Cooled Dining
Room In the city. Open evenings.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Womun'a ExcIiiuiro Old Stand.
First Class VteaIs, - - 25c.
New Cool. 3 and Now Waiters,
New Furniture nnd Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner King ami Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, U. I.
Mrs. A, ScMcilcn, Proprietress,
Rooms Kn-uitt) and Rlnglo, with
Hoard, from $" 60 per week, according
to rtquireinentN uf the iMlealB.
The only Ruof Promenhde Gardou
in the pity. GK ). OAVI3NAGH,
Teleplioue 031. : : : Manager,
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY IB, 1807.
"marine" news "items
HI.HJIITAtUllllNr TO llll! rVTt.Am.ll
Mleaiiwra Koran ami Walnlrale Onl-
Ncir diatom Ritlr-Nhlp Rimnnke
Tho ship Ioloui loavos for
Hongkong next Monday.
Tho steamor Noeau is to bo
hauled out for clcnuing shortly.
It is likely tho tug Elcu will go
on tho marine railway in a few
The steamers Noeau for Hono
kaa and Waialoalo for Labniua
Tho steamor Kaala came in
empty from windward Oahu last
uiuht and left this afternoon for
Tomorrow, high tide large 3:47
pm;high tide small 3:00 a m; low
tide large 7:55 a m; low tida small
11:00 p m.
Tho steamer Cummins from
Waimanalo arrived in yesterday
aftornoon and loft this.morning
Tho ateamer Hawaii with 5700
bags of Honomu sugar got in last
night and is discharging into the
barkeutine W H Dimond and
baik Diamond Hoad.
The bark Albert loft yesterday
aftornoon with 19,141 packages of
sugar and coffoo on board vulued
at $71,700 and throo passengers
for the Golden Gate.
Tho big ship Boanoko com
menced loading sugar for New
York at Oceania wharf this after
noon. Next Monday evoning she
will anchor out in the stream to
iiinko room for the Australia. It
is not probablo that sho will be
loaded this month.
It is conccdod by all that tho
liner Gaelic is now equal to the
other transpacific steamships in
speed and comfort. Her machin
ery is completo with all tho
modern appliances and horeaftor
she may be looked to nrrivo as
prompt as the China, Doric or
A strict rule is now being en
forced by the Customs bureau
against local steamers running
alongside of foreign vessels with
out previously notifying the Port
Surveyor so that guards may bo
appointed to oversoe tho same if
the customs surveyor deoms it
The ship Shenandoah recently
arrived at -Baltimore from Liver
pool, loaded with 1500 tons of
salt. She wub but 24 days on the
passage, her speed averaging 12
knots during the entire passage,
which is better time than some of
the steamers engaged on tho same
route are capablo of accomplish
ing. Sho is now loading coal for
this port. Marino News.
A formal marine protest was
made by tho steamor J A Cum
mins to the Bnaid of Marine
Underwriters this morning owing
I to tho fact that sho sustained a
uugui accident wuuo crosBiug tno
bar at Waimanalo yesterday. A
portion of the false keel was torn
away which will necessitate tho
steamer going on tho railway for
survey and repairs upon her re
turn from Koolau, tomorrow.
By way of showing the doolino
of tho sidling ship tho following
statement has been issued in
England, which shows at some of
tho ports in (Jreat Britain: 'Thir
ty yeais ago theie woro 102 sail
mg ships registered as' owned ut
West Hartlepool and its sister
town. The steamships there own
ed were only 8740 tons in tho total,
Nojv tho sailiug vessels at tho
pojt havo fallen to six, and tho
steam tonnage has risen yoar by
year until it is now 304,045 tons
in tho aggregate. Marino Nows.
From Hawaii, per Htmr Hawaii,
July 14 U P Walton and 2 deck.
For Yokohama and Hongkong,
per O & O 8 S Gaelic, July 14
Mr Higoroshi, wifo and child, and
a number of Asiatics in steerage
lor Han I'rancisco, per blr
Albort, July 11 EJ.-,iud Adauu,
Edward LofquiBt, MisB Lofquist.
For Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
Jnly 15 Mrs Thou Smith, .Mrs
WINTElt-At Walnaku, JnlyO, W17. to the
wifo of Krank Winter, a eon. '
VBtmiiAV, Juljr It.
tiuminlna, 8cllc, from Oaliu
Blmr Hawaii. Wclr, from Hawaii.
SImr Kaala. Mother, from Oaliu porta.
Tiiuihiuy, July IS.
Blmr Noeau, I'tlertou, for llonokaa, and
StmrWalalcale, (Ircgory, for Ulialna.
Stmr J A Cummins, Bcarlc, for Oahu
Stmr Kaala, Mother, for Kahuku and
Sip Knwalhnl, for Oahu porta.
Bchr Knulkcnoull, for I.aliatna.
Sclir Luka, for 1'iiaiillo.
VESSELS MAVINO TOMOItllOW.
Stmr Mauna Lou, Slmcreou, for Maul and
Ex bk Alhcrt I3.CU baca encar by Hack-
fplil .t L'o. AMI liair t'lirar by V A Scliaefer
Total 1U.UJ pkga valued at 71,70U.-
PamiIIo, July 0, 18U7, Harry
NKH tOSMIl, AT APIA.
NomlnatlniM and Uontlrmatlnna AflTec
Unit the I'acllic acran GoiintrUa.
Washington, D. O., Juno 29
The following nominations were
sent to tho Senate today: Church
Howe of Nebraska, Consul Gen
eral at Apia and Nukualofa,
Tonga; John P. Bray of North
Dakota, Consul-Goueral at Mel
bourne, Austtalia. Consuls
Hugo Donzelraanu of Wyoming,
at Prague, Bohemia; Louis A.
Dent of Washington, D. C, at
Kingston, Jamaica; Samuel S.
Lyon of Now Jersey, at Osaka
and tuogo, Japan; itnunsevollo
Wild inn 11 of California, at Hong
kong, China; Charles V. Herdhs
ka of Washington, D. 0., secrota
ry of legation at Vienna; John K.
Bichards of Ohio, Solicitor Gen
eral. Richards was formerly Attorney
General of Ohio. This appoint
ment has been foreshadowed for
Church Howe served several
terras as Republican National
Committeo man from Nebraska.
Louis A. Dent was the private
secretary of Blaine. Blaine dic
tated to him his book, "Twonty
Years in Congress." He bad been
associated with the family of the
late Emmons Blaino in a confi
Washington, D. 0., Juno 23
Among the nominations confirmed
today were: Irving B. Dudley of
California, Minister to Peru;
Frank Dillingham of California,
Consul at Auckland; Lieutenant
Herbert Deakyne, Corps of En
gineers, member of tho California
XrW NIKAITIKR I.IE.
Conut-clluic Honolulu Willi ffluutorey
itud llio Narrow Uhhk Railway.
The present franchise of tho
Monterey-Fresno Railroad Com
pany for right of way, waterfront
and depot grounds at Monterey
will expire on the 1st of July next,
says tho Salinas Index, and it is
said that thero will be an entirely
now dpal in tho management of
tho enterprise after that date. A
llow company is to bo organized,
which will include several liawai
ian capitalists. Application will
be made for a new frauchise and,
as soon bh it is granted work will
be commenced on the road and
connection bo made with tho Pa
jaro Valloy narrow-gauge as soon
as possible A wharf will be con
structed ut Monterey and, if busi
ness should warrant, a lino of
steamers will be placed on tho
route between there and tho Ha
At tllfi llolol,
The government band will ron
dor the following selections at tho
Hawaiiun hotel this evouing, com
mencing at 7:30:
March Greeting to Rancor Hull
Overture Victor Einmanutl Kline
Ballad -The Last Watch l'inautl
ltcmlnlccenrtu of Offenbach Conradl
Cornet Solo Old Folks at Home. ...Bernard
Mr. Charles Krcutcr.
Waltz-Wanderim; Minatril..'. Keller
(imotle Abiclilid ...Ktippuy
Mnrili -The Gladiators Soua
Evening Bulletin, 75c. per month,
Why peoploeoinolong distances
to buy at tho Palama liiouory.
Reason No. 1- Because 0110 cub
tomor (ells another how much
they saved by dealing at this livo
autf lot livo establishment. Boa
son No. 2 Because the saving
from thoir grocery bill holps thorn
to pay thoir houso ront. If you
don't bolieve what our customers
say, just give us a call and bo con
vince. Hahiiy Cannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Bail
Tel. 75,5, ovory time. Goodo do-
DY POLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tho Bory com
ing from Lima to tho effect that tho
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the rcte ie of
the mate of the American bark "Uncle
John." He na ashore on December
19 last at Callto, and was arrestvd be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or In bottles at the
tlna-Kl and Phactona,
Gus Schnman begs to inform
tho public that bo has on hand a
fino now line of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Doublo and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trade.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
Phaelona aad BukrIc.
If you are in need of a vehicle
of any description, inspect the
stock of G. Schuman at tho Club
Stables. He keeps on band a full
lino of phaetons, surreys, buggies,
road wagons, and Frazier road
Nicely furnished looms at the
Popular Honso, 154 Fort stroot,
from $1.00 per weok npi
The finest of breakfast Bausages
aro to bo had at tho Central Meat
Market on Nnuanu avenue. Tele
Mtonanics' Homo, corner Hotd
and Nunanu streets, lodging b
day, week or month Terms: 26
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
$1 1R tier ww..
Sharkey will defeat Maher if
he drinks the new O. P. S. Whis
key that is just put on tho market
at the Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-and-Half and Seattlo Beor.
City Ournage U0..J.8. And
rade, manager. It, you want
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
itrppfp Haok at all hours
If you aro interested in the sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your while to see the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from 85.00 to $1000
frames and all. They can't be beat.
Before giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros.
have to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can give you tho
best value for your monoy or
Kroegor Pianos,swootestin tone,
Jas. W. Bergstrom, solo agent, cash
6r installments. Warerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. IS" Tele
If yon contoraploto ordering a
portrait enlargement wo invito
your attoution to tho superior
work wo offor and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship before placing your
order. King Bros., Hotel street.
Don't bo porsuaded to accopt
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just becauso you
havo givou an ordor for one.
Kiug Bros, will givo you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can get anywhero olso
H'b ono thing to toko on ordor
for a portrait and quite anothor
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
poi traits havo always been known
to givo satisfaction and now that
they havo reduced their prices so
low, an extra indncomont is offor
od. rSeo what tioy have boforo
Singers lead tho world. Over
18,000,000 made and Bold. High
est awards at tho World's.olum
bian Exposition for excellence of
fionBtructiofyoregularity of motion,
case of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, (oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorson, agont,
101 Bethol streets.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
Oliver "Bros Plow -Works.
These, through good sorvico
and effrctivo work on STTOA.R
and RICE PLANTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have made for
themselves a good reputotion.
Reports from our customers
show perfect, natiafnction given
in scouring light draft nnd in
Wo now prosont to the pub
lic a full line, as follows:
The C&C.Eice Plow
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use and by a
systematic system 01 Dracin
these plows are both light an
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
1 1 tfffliliVJ nKl"tV iTJft '-. j"'fl
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tzn&aimMetu iWii'&foVft .rym
Money to L.end.
Upon real estate security, only a
limited amount, on reasonable In
terest. Borrowers whose time is up
with' other mortgagees, will do well
to cqufer with
' f HENRY SMITH,
Trustee, at Judiciary Uulldlng.
Subtoribo for the Evening Buir
LXTUt 75 cents par month.
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