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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 10 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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LAWSUIT FOR $107,848
ciiim:sk hick im.as
Tho Sharpshooters hnvoa moot
Bed Men are called together
Tho latest Delineator at Mrs.
Hanna's, Fort street.
Jas. F. Morgan left for Hawaii
on the Mauua Loa this morn
ing. Tho Y. M. 0. A. juniors aro
having an outing and picnic at
Captain Aloxandor, a passenger ,
in tuo warrimoo, is uoru unuiur
Regular bi-monthly meeting of
Polynesian Encampment, I. O. O.
F., this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Laird are
welcomed home today from their
Captain Cotton of tho U. S. flag
ship gave a pleasant boating party
Dr. J. 0. Band arrived in the
Warrimoo to take charge of the
Battlo Creek Sanitarium.
Bev. D. P. Birnie and family
aro occupying the Dole premises
at Waikiki for a short time.
Dr. F. L. Minor and family will
leave for Waialun tomorrow morn
ing and bo absent until Mondoy.
Tho choir of tho Second Con
gregation ot St. Andrew's cathe
dral will have rehearsal this even
About ICO couples attended
Company A's ball last night. Tho
affair was a grand success, finan
cially and otherwise.
Captain Wall of the Sharp
shooters expects to recoivo a
challenge shortly from the Denver
team, for 200 and 500 yards.
Humphreys & Macdonald have
removed their law office from Ka
ahumanu street to the Damon
building at King and Bothol
New Cane fur Angiint Trra Vnrloiu
Nailers on the Clerk'
Summons for the August term
of tlio First Circuit Court haB
been roturned in a Buit by Tuck
Chow against tho Makoo Sugar
Company. It is a caso founded
on a complaint of trespass upon
certain lauds leased by tho defend
ant to tho plaintiff at Eapaa,
Kauai. Sorvico has been mado
upon G. H. Fairohild, manager of
the Makee Sugar Co., Kealia. Tho
damages claimed by tho plaintiff
amount to S107.848.CO. Charles
Creighton is attorney for the
Kealohakane Aki by her attor
ney, Enoch Johnson, has brought
a suit in ejectment against Napa
huokolu, George M. Baupp and J.
Nieper, claiming $500 damagos
for certain lands at Kapalama.
Manuel G. Silva by his attor
ney, A. G. Correa, brings suit for
the August term against Antonio
.Fernandez for a debt ot viifou,
Celebrated for IU prest lcivcnlnu strength
ami licaltlilillnets. Assures tho food gainst
alum and all forms ot nilulkrutlon toiumon
to the (.hop brnmts. Kotal Da kino l'ow
Dtn Co , New Yoiik.
W. O. Smith has had his ac
counts approved and his discharge Staple tilld Fancy Novelties
oraoreu, as guaruiuu ui iuu
Bridges miuors now como of age,
upon bearing uy o uugo oanor.
The same gentletnun, as guardian
of the Bray minors, has bad his
accounts approved. He reported
tho death of tho girl minor, leav
ing her brother surviving her.
Mr. Smith's accounts as guardian
of the Hall and thePahau minors,
respectively, have also been op
proved. J. Alfred Magoon, attorney for
Mrs. Louisa M. Todd, has filed a
satisfaction of all claims for ali
mony and counsel fees against
Alfred A. Todd in connection
with the divorce suit brought by
The Board of Underwriters have
elected F. A. Schaefer, president;
F. W. Macfarlane, vice president,
and J. A. Oilman, secretary, for
the ensuing year.
Lord Banfurly, Lady Banfurly,
"Tjady Constance Knox and Lady
E. Knox comprise the Governor
of New Zealand and his family en
route to Auckland by the War
rimoo. The choir of Central Union
chuich will please meet for prac
tise at 7 p. iu. on Saturday, thus
affording tho members who tako
part in the concert at Y. M. O. A.
nail an opportunity to do so.
On account of departure, the
furniture for threo rooms for
light houBe-keeping, aud u good
paying business will bo sold
cheap. Apply to Madame Yule,
at No. 513 Nuuanu street, Bocond
houeo bolow the Eagle House.
The principal matter to bo
brought before the Sharpshooters
meeting tonight is a proposition
to fix up a 500 yard range. There
is also a proposition to make
Friday the practise day, as so
many of the members prefer base
ball to shooting.
, Tho San Francisco Board of
Education has passeda resolution
favoring tho adoption of the
metric system in tho public
schools and Superintendent Web
ster has been instructed to incor
porate it in tho course of study ho
has in preparation.
Kaki, a native coachman in tho
employ of Dowager Queen Kapio
lani, attempted suicide last even
ing by cutting his throat. Failing
in this he procured a ropo with
tho intontion of trying hanging
but was gathored in by tho police.
Ho will bo examined for insanity.
Messrs. A. B. Mackintosh and
A. H. May returned from Oxford
and Cambridge uuiversitieB res
pectively by the Warrimoo. Bev.
Alex. Mackintosh mot his sonat
Vancouvor, accompanying him
homo, and Mrs. T. May with her
family roturned from a tour in
company with her son.
Dan McKonzie, carpenter, whilo
nrkinr at tho renovation of tho
old cigar Htand on King struct, by
Mr. Cuiiha's nlley.found an opium
smoker's outfit hanging in a cotton
bug uuilor tho stairs. Tins is tho
hiuub pluco that a rovolvor was
found iu thf mirth tho oilier day.
Mao expects to find u hox of gold
buforu liu iu through.
Tbe Baneball impntr.
It ib learned that Captain
Thompson of the St. Louis Base
ball Club is prepared to. accept a
modification of the decision on tho
5th of July game. Ho only asks
that his team be allowed to play its
ninth inningB,aud,if it fail to score,
that thon tho raatcu be declared
a draw to be played off at the
close of the regular series with
other deferred matohos. Further,
ho is willing to submit the whole
raattor to a League committee, to
wmcu ue snouiu nominaio iwo
delegates from outside of the St.
Louis club, other clubs doing
J. B. Benton of Paauilo, Ha
waii, is iu the city.
C. M. Walton, wifo aud son re
turned on the Mauna Loa.
0. J. Folk and wife came over
from Mahukona on the Uclcuo.
The City Feed Store keeps Now
Zealand potatoes alwaya on hand.
Bead what tho Kash Bays about
hats and then put your thinking
A mortgage waB recently re
corded bearing interest at 5 per
J. Watt, manager of the Hono
kaa Sugar Company, arrived on
tho Helono, with his wifo.
Judco Wilcox fined Hoo Leo
$20 and costs this morning for
transactions in connection with
A young man named Sniffen
was brought down 'from Hawaii
on tho Helena in chargo of an
officer. Ho was wanted on an as
sault and battery chargo but skip
ped over to Hawaii to avoid
It is expected that Lorrin A.
Thurston and W. A. Kinney are
in St. Lake attending the Traus
mississippi Convention. Ono of
tho subjects for discussion wus
Hawaiian annexation and they
had boon invited to bo present.
Tho whito cook of ono of the
merchant vcsboIs, with his hoad
stroaming with blood, rushed into
tho polico statiou this morning
askiuu' for a wnuaut for tho arrest
of soma shipinntos with whom ho
had had a row in ono of tho
saloons, When ho found that ho
had to nwoiir to a complaint find
liu allured IiIh iiiiml mid wuut olT,
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment,
Special Agency of the
Office Specialty Mn'j't'g Co.,
Manufacturers of the
Shannon Filing Cabinets
Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Files.
Our Patent Flat Opening "
Best in the Market.
K" Remember welare the
money savers for you.
No more shrugging of tbo Bhbulders
when requested to take a dose of
Castor Oil. 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
ful preparations to take the place ot
Castor Oil have ben put on the
market, but'sluce the discovery of a
way to perfeotly dlsitulse tho 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 finest quality of Castor Oil that
can be obtained is used in tbe manu
facture ot Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Tbe dose Is exactly the same as
Castor Oil and Children will take it
Every dose effective and no serious
EtT Price 25 cents a bottle.
School Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
uur scock ot elegant blurt Waists ut reduced prices; they
aro without exception the finest ever brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' "Whito Sailor Mats, 2oc.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regular price 75c. and 1.00.
Ladies' "White Vests, 15c.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' Fine Black EEoso, 25c.
Or $2.50 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan and "White Hose,
in Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. : : Honolulu:
VOUMG TENDER conn
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PDBLIC and ITPKf R1TEB
Onioii 206 Meroh&nt street, Campbell
Block raw ot J. O. Oartor'a ofiet). P. O.
trow can "" LVMPjsSir
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qnlet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Electricity and Physical Training
mar be obtained.
P. B. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 039. Superintendent.
The Cows belonging to Eatarprto
Dairy have been examined, by Gov
ernment Order, and not one was
Buy your milk there. 651-lw
Evening Bulletin- 75c per montk.
SPECIAL SALE OF
"Wall, Nichols Co
J M WEBB'S
Noi' 316 Fort Street.
All Latest Styles from Europe. Also,
Fine Dress Goods.
Taro-patch Guitars, Uku
leles. Hawaiian Sheet Music.
Island Photographic Views.
Books and Stationery.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Prices .Always Igltf
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July in, t U Bullor'H
Hume, tlio llwdiuirunt will reopen
with u Kico Dinner trvml In llrnt
olds aty lo. Mi-nU, niikI, '.Wo; tlekutn,
$l.li0. Open fruin fi a. in. I" 7 in.
1 oiiiJNo Jim:,
Sho.t and Figured Mohairs, ' '
Orepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
Corded and Figured Piques,
Fancy Tartan Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES-!
tGr Roincnibor those Goods aro nil Now and Up-to-date.
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