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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 17, 1807.
LOCAL AND GENEUAL.
Orickot at 2.
Einiim nqunro coucort nt -1:H0.
lionufit concert at Y. M. C. A.
ball at 8.
Q. B. Gorman Bakery guaron
toos good quality.
The Planters' Monthly for July
Imb been received.
A partner is wanted in tho
boarding houBO business.
Keproseutntivo Itobort Rycroft
arrived on tho Kinau this morn
ing. Manager Hannoborg of the Olo
walu Sugar Company is in the
Admiral and Mrs. Buaidslee
returned from tho Volcano thia
Miss Helen K. Wildor roturned
from tho Orient on. this morning's
Souator Henry WaterhouBO and
bis son arrived on tho China this
Tho Kinau brought up a party
of twenty returning tourists from
Stow pans and preserving ket
tles from 10 cents to 25 cents at
Deputy-Marshal H. R. Hitch
cock and wife roturned from Molo
kai this morning.
Tho Stars and the Regiments
cross bats today aud it is hoped
protests aud kicks will be tabu.
C. 0. Kennedy, managor of the
Waiakea mill, was one of tho ar
rivals on tho Kinau this morning.
Among tho arrivals from Maui
today woro Messrs. H. A., A. D.
aud S. Baldwin and Miss M. Alox
All kinds of bioyolo repairing
douo at the Pacific Cycle i. Manu
facturing Co., Love Building, Fort
Tho Drocram of music to bo
rendered at Makee Island tomor
row afternoon will be found in
Manager C. B. Wells of the
Wailuka Sugar Company is enjoy
ing the pleasures of metropolitan
life.for a few days.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will offi
ciate at the Second Congregation
of St. Andrew's cathedral tomor
row and Aeneas Mackintosh will
read the lessons.
"The Teacher and the Children,"
will be Rev. D. P. Birnie's subject,
in the series of sermons on tho
schools, at Central Union church
Tuero will bo no band concert
at Emma square ou Mouday, the
oana ueing engageu lor me wen
ding reception at the Attorney
Rev. H. W. Peck will spoak at
the Methodist church tomorrow
morning on "How Should a
Christian Live." Tho evening
subject will be, "Studies in the
Life of Paul."
The most popular oyolery in tho
city is that of the Hawaiian Cycle
& Manufacturing Co., ut 312 Fort
street, opposite Lewera & Cooko'a.
They will not let out a wheel un
less it is in first-class shape.
Baron E. you dor Bruggon is
one 'of the China's passengers
who will stop over in Honolulu.
Among her through passengers
aro Baron von dor Galetz, Gon
eral Del Kemper and Baron Hen
At the Christian church tomor
row morning, Rov. J. M. Mouroo
will take for topic, "The Monroe
Doctrino as Applied to Religious
Affairs," and in tho evening,
"What the Bible Has Done for
Count Festotics has his yacht
Tolna resting iu Yokohama har
bor. The Countess is the master,
being American the same as the
yaoht. It would not bo surprising
if Honolulu had soon another
visit from the Tolua.
On account of departure, tho
furniture for three rooms for
light house-keeping, aud a good
paying business will bo Bold
cheap. Apply to Madame Yule,
at No. 513 Nuuanu stroet, Bocond
houso below tho Englo Houso.
The question will soon have to
bo settled whether bicycles shall
bo allowed in street cars or not.
Perhaps they have as much right
- to be there as Chineso baskets,
bundles of washing, striugs of
fish aud onions and othor odorous
things which mako up tho usual
Bancball at t):30.
A postal bank receipt is lost.
The China hiuIb for San Fran
cinco at 10:!!U tonight.
Poultry for diuuor at tho Now i
Market Rostauraut tomorrow. I
N. S. Sachs, the Fort street
merchant, is bookod to leavo on
tho China tonight.
The Morning Stsr brought down
live passnugors who are destined .
for tho South Seas. .
Juugo Wilcox uas boon occu
pied most of tho morning with
tho examination of Chan Ou for
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Glade of
i Kekolm, Kauai, aud 0. 0. Konno-
dy of Hilo luavo on tho Clima to
night. Six gay young sports about
town wero fiuod S25 each and
costs by Judgo Wilcox this morn
ing for gambling.
At the Sharpshooters meeting
I last night it was arranged that tho
Water nouso medal snould be snot
for iu a handicap match.
Dr. Day is expected homo on
tho Belgic. When tho China
left he had gone to Kusat springs,
a great health resort in Japan.
Prof. George H. Mead of the
University of Chicago will speak
to the teachers at the Summer
School on "Play and Education"
at the High School, Monday
afternoon at ono o'clock.
An officer of tho China
mr . nnnnnon flmr WfiR nun
a short distance from Yokohama i
when the China left. It was gen
erally supposed the licet had been
formed to coerce Hawaii.
Where Honolulu l'cople in)' Wor
Central Union Ommaii. Cor
ner Beiotania and Richards street,
Douglas P.Birnie, miuister. Servi
ces Sunday, July 18: At 9:55, u.
in., Sunday school and Bible
classos; 11 a. m., public worship
and sermon; 6:30 p. in., Christian
bndeuvor prayer mooting; :dU
p.m., public worship, niul amnion, i
Pulama Chupel ltev. J. M. Lewis
in charge. At 9:45 a. m., Sunday
school; 7:15 p. m., gospel sorvico.
Sunday sohools Japanese in
Lyoeum at 10 a. m., Portu
guese on Punchbowl street and
Hotel street mission at 2:30 p.
m. Prnyor meetings: Wod-nt-sdny,
7:30 p. m., at the church,
nnd Friduy, 7:15 p. m,, at Palama
Chapel. A cordial welcome for
all ut evory service.
FntsT Methodist Episcopal
Ciiuncii. Corcor of Borotnnia and
Miller streets. Rov. 11. W. Pock,
Sunday, July 18th:
At 10 a. m., Sunday School and
pastor's Biblo class; 11 n. m.,
address to children; 11:10 a.m.,
sermon by pastor; G:30 p. m.,
Young People's Epworth League;
7:30 p. m., sormon by pnstor.
Pearl City: 2:45 p. m., Sunday
School; 3:30 p. in., sermon by pas
tor. Ewa Plantation: 3:15 p. m.,
Sunday School; 3:45 p. in., Bor
mou and boiic service. Wed
nesday, 2:30 p. m Junior
Ep worth Lo-igno; WodnOMlay,
3 p. m., pastor's probationeis
class; WedneBduy, 7 p. in., olusa
meetiug; Wtdnesduy, 7.30 p. in.,
prayer semen; Fiiday, 7 p. m.,
"Pentecostal Meeting." A cordial
welcome to all services.
Christian Church. Malum
strcot near King. J. M. Monroo,
pastor. Services for Lord's Day,
July 18th: Preaching at 11a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
nt 0:45 a. m.; communion ser
vice ut 12 m. ; young pooplo's
meeting, 6:30 p.m.; prayer moot
ing, Wednosday evoniug; ladies'
pruyor mooting, Friday at 2:30
p. m. A cordial invitation to
all to nttond the sorvicos.
Roman Catholic Cathedral
Services will bo as follows: 6 and
7 am, Low Mass with Holy Com
munion; 9am, Mass with English
instruction; 10:30 a m, High Mass
with nativo sormon; 2 pm, Rosary
and nativo instruction; 4:30 p m,
nativo instruction and Bonedio
tion: Weokdays, Low Mass. at 0
unci 7 a m.
Latter - Day Saints Reorga
nized Church of Jesus Christ of
Lnttor-Day Saints; Mililani Hall,
roar of Onora House. Services
will bo held on Sunday as follows;
1Q n. m., Biblo class; 11:15 n. m.
uud 6:30 p. m., proaohing.
Y. M. O. A. Sunday, 11 a. m.,
service at Oahu jail;3 p. m., boys'
mooting in Association Hall;
praise sorvico in Y. M. C A. Hall
at 0:30 p. in.
Celebrated for Its (front leavening fttrcngtli
and licnlthrutnerg. Assures the food against
alum nnd all forms of adultcrntlon common
to tho cheap brands. KorL 1UK1NO Pow
der Co , New Yoiik.
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment.
Special Agency, of the
Office Specially 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 wclare the
money savers for you.
Temporary Receipt Postal Savings
Bank, dated November 18th, 1890, for
$60 00. Account. Pas Book No. 6047.
To HIake n Addreni.
Dr. Elmer E. Brown will do
liver an address ot the Young
Men's Christian Association on
Sunday ovening at tho time of tho
evening gospel sorvico at 6:30
o'clock. l)r. Brown of Berkoloy
University was for threo years as
sistant State Secretary of the
Young Men's Christian Associa
tion in the State of Illinois. He
will give a gospel address that
will bo a treat to all mombors and
frionds of the association and
overyono is invited to hear him.
Maurice Beokwith will also sing,
and all who know him will waut
to hoar him.
BY POLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tho Bory com.
ing from Lima to the effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with tho United States charge
of legation at Lima for the release of
the mate of tho American hark "Uncle
John." lie -vis ashore on Decemher
19 last at Calloo, and was arrested be
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
The finest of breakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Centrnl Moat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tola
No more shrugging of tho shoulders
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 naw and apparently success
ful 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 book vast numbers of
people to its use, who would and could
not be induced to abandon Its use
j TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality of Castor Oil that
can be obtained Is used In tbe manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose Is exaotly tbe same as
Castor Oil and Children will take it
Every doso effective and no serious
XST Price 25 cents a bottle.
ister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ornoii '208 Merohant street, Oampbell
Block rear ot 3. O. Carter's offioe. P. O.
Fine Dress Goods.
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
School Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists ut reduced prices; they
are without exception tho finest over brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' White Sailor Hats, 25c.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regular price 75c. nnd $1.00.
Ladies' "White Vests, 3 5c.
' ' Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' H'ine "Black I-Iose, iioe.
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:
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7HIS BRAND IS SIMPLY 0WINIF-
TO THE OATS BEIN6 ROASTED
WHILE ALL OTHER BRUH
GIVES A PECULIAR
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Mansaco, "Swedish MoTement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained. . ,.
P. S. KELLOaO, 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 Now and Up-to-date.
The Oowi belonRlni? to GnterprtM
Dairy have been examined, by Oov
ernment Order, and' not .one waa
Buy your milk there. 654-lw
Evening Bulletin- 75c per month.