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"BVILT.LIKE A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER MAKES COMBINED!
Three Different Riders on Three Different
"Won ITivo ITfrst and Ono Second l?rize
Out of the Six Kntvies !
3T For Strength, Ease
Las no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Lm
r. OiBox ISO.
K&- Sold Cheap for Cash "8
Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the IXL, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
DO YOU USE
If eo, why not have the BEST?
It Is well-known that . . .
HA3 NO SUPERIOR.
QrShni.li! your requirements call
for a (list-clues, hut lesa expensive
wine, we huve u lull supply o(
r5T Every bottle of any of above
bramU U guaranteed In perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PBACOCIC & CO.
Notice is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect nil accounts owing
the Honolulu Dairy, and alt
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present tin same at
onco at tho oilice of James T.
Dowsett, Queen street.
JAMES I. UOWSETT.
More First Prizes
Were "W on
Saturday on the
and Durability the Sterling
Corner KiUR nod Kuu
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting tho story
about the exclusive- hatter's
five-dollar hat being better
than ours at two fifty,
bucauBO his name is inside.
If we could put old heads on young
Hhouldurs, tbero'd bo but ono Btoro
in town selliua clothes for little
fellows. It takes an old head to
know whatV bent in clothes.
Today's offorings aro a study
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel's LIuen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Arendt Jeffress & Cd,,
King Street, near Alakea.
Board per Week $1.60
Slujjlo .Meal .)
Tea. Cnllee, Choi olnte and Cake. . .1()
Ice Creum and Cake 15e
KW Largest and Coolest Dining
It'Miin In the elty. Open evenings.
FAMILY LUNCI1 ROOM,
Womuu's Exchange Old Staud.
First Glass WcaIs, - - 5c.
Nw C"fl's and Now Wnito-s,
New Furnituro and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner King and Alaltea Rtreetfl,
Honolulu, II. I,
Mrs. A, Schmcflcn Proprietress.
Rooms Eii'iilte ami Single, with
Hoard, from fo SO per week, according
to mj.ilrnii ntf f rii.. uohsi.
.The only Hoof IVoniNif.de Garden
In the city. GE ). CA VEXAGH,
Telenhono 051. : : : Manager.
EVENING BULLETIK, JOLY 19, 1897.
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MAHK MAUNA A I. A JOICS
PKINCO IN II 4 1,1, AST.
Ilrlgmtliift W. II. Irwin nnil llarkrn-
lino S. N. Castle lo Hie Itellnerr-
Tlm Sunday Flrel-Ilcnm Today.
Australia at 9 a m tomorrow.
Tho bark Santiago is due at
Tho bark Katie Fliskingor is in
Tho steamor Kanla loft out for
windward Oahu ports this morn
Tho bark Mauna Ala loft yes
torday for San Francisco in bal
last. Tho steamers W G Hall and
Keauhou leave for Kauai tomor
row. Tho steamor Keauhou with 952
bans of Ilauamaulu sugar arrived
Tho brigantino W G Irwin took
530 tons of BUgar to San Francis
The stoamer Waialeale is due
from Lthninri with sugar tomor
Tho steamor J A Cummins and
schoonor Ka Moi aro on tho
Tho steamor Nooau goes to La
baina, Kukuihaolo and Honokaa
Tho Bteamor Ileleuo with
freight for Pnauhau way ports
left out this afternoon.
The steamer Claudino with
sugar, coffee, potatoes and livo
stock is in from Mam ports.
Tlio schoonor John G North
arrived in Mahukona from San
Francisco, 12 days out, July 11.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 7:05
p m;high tide small 9:35 a m; low
tide large 1:48 a m; low tide small
3:10 p m.
Tho steamor Nooau with 4050
bngB of Hamakua sugar camo in
yesterday afternoon. She reports
The barkontino S N Castle
sailed for tho Spreckols' Refinery
with 8S7 tooB sugar and 8 passen
Tha steamor James Makeo
brought sugar from Kapaa yestor
day morning and leaves for Ka
paa this ovening.
The steamor W G Hall with
sugar and passengers from Kauai
came in yestorday reporting rough
weather at Waimoa.
Tho missionary steamer Morn
ing Star-is anchored off Brewers'.
Sho has been completely over
hauled in Sun Francisco.
Tho liner China got away sharp
on time, (thanks to rustling on the
part of the boys on the mail dock)
at 10:30 Saturday night for Sin
Tho Philadelphia correspondent
of tho Marine Journal writes:
What appear to be partu of the
cargo of tho American ship
Frauds, which caught firo and
was aftorward run ashore near
Beach Havou, New Jerboy, while
bound from San Francisco for
New "York, have been brought
hero by tho tugs Pioneer and
James McCaulloy. Tho lattor
bout picked up near tho sceno of
tho wreck of tho ship a number
of barrols of sperm oil, while thu
Pioneer secured 200 barrols of
From Mimic per stmr. Claudino.
July 18 E P Dole, Miss M (J
Alexander, Misfl Dickey, Bishop
of Punopolis, James Lloyd, Miss
E Daniels, Miss It Panui, Jno
Kaluna, J S Borba, F F Baldwin,
F O Baldwin, D Conway, O A
Doyle and valot, O Unnn, A
Jaoksou, AV H Halstead, Young
Toug, Y Atnny, Jno Haipo, Mrs
V Ji.. uu, W .1 Sheldon, D II
Kahaulelio, and 50 deck.
From ICnuni, per stmr V G
Hall, July 18 II P Baldwin, W
Bnlrlwm. V Li Gndfroy ,lr, Dr
Eier, .1 K Farley, F Lohr, A
Tibbs, A H Smith and eon, A S
Colston, J D Trogloan, On Fay,
Min- J Smith, Miss Axidl, Minn
Greonwell, Mrs .1 11 Godfrey, Mrs
E Lindeinann, Mrs Haslaukor, V
Borhmi;;, H Kelluor, It Nagao
and 57 on deck.
From Kapaa, per stmr James
MhI'pp, July 18 Win I'khip, S
Hundley, Master K Iteidol nnd i
Fiom Ilatnakna, per stmr Noo
au, .fnly 18 W L Stanley and
fnnr mi ilnnk.
ntiitwiii -- ''' r!
For San Francisco, per bkln S
N Castle, July 19 Minn M Sul
livati, Mrs J Farnsworth and
child, Mrs Brazio, E Bullinglon,
O F Austin, Mr Craig, Mr Ed
wards. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Sumiat, July 18.
Stmr Claudlnc, Camvion, from port on
Stmr N'oeau, Petcnon, from Hawaii.
Stmr W IIH, llngluml, from port- on
Btmr Jnnu's Makte, Tullctt, from potts
Stmr Kcautiou, Tliompon, from ports on
SuNiiir, July 18.
Am bktn 8 N Caitlc, Hubbard, for Ban
llnr iL- Malum ,1a, Smltli, for San
Moniiat. July 10.
Stmr Kncii i. l'nrkir. for Walalua, I'uulkl
Stmr J A Oiimmtn. Scarle, for Oubu
Stmr Mokulll, llciinctt, forMolokal, Maul
Schr 1-ttvlnU, for windward Oabu,
Stmr Ilolcno, Pneinnn, for Mntiukona,
Knknliu, I'niuli.m, Ooknln.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOItROW.
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, atSp in.
Stmr Kinnu, CKuf.u, for Maul and Ha
waii, Stmr Kaata, Mother, for Knbuku and
8tmr Nocnu, Petcrfoti, for Lnlinlna, Ho
nokaa, ami Kukullini'lc, at 12 noon,
Stmr KimuIiou, Thompson, for Nawlll
wlli mid Ilauamaulu.
Stmr W (1 Hall. Hnchuid, f.ir Naw 111 will,
Koloa, Elcrle, Hnnapvpe, MaKawell, Wnl
mca, Kikaba and Nlllian, nt 5 p in.
Per V 0 Irwin 8111 bags suirar, 1,073,175
lb bj liwln it Co and Hackfvld i; Co.
Pit S N Castle 14,100 bags of sucar.
l,77t,Xr.' lxiutiil. value iWfl'i liy Irwin A:
Co, Huiklcld A- Co and 11 M von Holt.
Ex stmr Cloudlne-lSOO bags sugar, IS!
Imgs rotli'v, 201 bni;j potatoes, -lubiujstaro
Hour, Ml licail cattle, 4 horses, 41 hos. So
Ex stmr W O Hall !!58 bacs su(;ar, 31
head cattle, U lulls gr hides.
Ex s tmr James Makeo i.'050 bags suj-ar for
C Brew cr .V: Co.
En stmr Keauhou U.V ba(! sugar.
Ev stmr .N'oiau 1050 bags sugar.
VV1SKI.J IN POUT.
HSS Marlon. Hook, San Diego, March 13.
V AS Philadelphia, Cotton, tian Dlcgo, April
11 1 J M 3 N.uiltva Kan, Kurookn, Japan,
(Coasters not Included in this list.)
Am schr Louts, Hatch, Newcastle.
Am lk Albert, (irllMllia, 8 F,
Am bk Chas B Kenny, Anderson, New
castle. Am Ok t'almjra, Keller, Port Gamble.
Haw tik Diamond Head, Ward, Port Hlakely.
Am bk Colorado. Moimv, Newcui-tlu.
Haw bk lolaiil, MeClure, New York.
Am tik Hesper, Sodergren, Wotport, N Z.
Am bktn C C Funk, Challestou Newcastle.
Am ship Mary I, Cuslilug, Pendleton, Hong
Am bk 8 O Allen, Johnson, Han Francisco,
Am bk Matilda, McKuuzle, Port Hlakely.
Am ship Itoauokc, Hamilton, Yokohama.
Am bktn Irmgard, Schmidt, 8 K
Ilr ship lliunhlldu, llaxtcr, I.Uerp.iol.
Am lirlgt W (J Irwin, Williams, "an Fran
cisco, FOIti:t(!N VFSSEI.S EXrEUTED.
Vessels here iron.
Am bk Ccilon Seattle
Am bktn Ech)....Piiget Sound
Am schr Esther ll'iline... .Eureka...
Am bktn Kllkltat Pt (iumblu ..
Am schr Louisiana.... Pimet Sound.
Am schr Hohcrt Searles Pugi'l Sound
Am bk Annie Johnson (llllo).. a F..
Am bktn 8 (I Wilder S F ,
Am sehr Alohi SF
Am bktn W II Diniond ....S F
Huw bk It P Kliliu' S F
Haw b:. Vi.diew Welih ..SF . ..
! t'f - -"nil-1
HV POLICE T CALLAO.
Inqulryvhere conlii'uis the sory oom
lnp fiom Lima to the elTect that the
Statu Department hns lodged a de
mnnd with the United Stnteo charge
of legntlon nt. Limn for the relense of
the mute of the American bark "Uncle
John." Ho vib nfOiore on Deeemlier
l'J last at Calli.o, and was arrested he
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Ileer." Oa tnji or In bottles nt the
Not leu is hereby given Uml the fol
lowing eatruj'8 has heeu. Impounded
In the noveriimeut Pound tit Mukikl,
I Honel Mitio biJinilt-il on the left
bind iimrters "I S," white spot on
1 Buy Colt no brand, white spot on
itir. loieheud, white upot oil tho none,
four blank legs.
Ami If riich entniys ar not elnlmeil
and all pound ohnrgcf ttatixlled on or
before HA 1'UHD AY, Julyl, 1507, at
12 o'elo' l noon, tin vsum v 111 bo sold
on thatditte iuul hour to ili blithest
bidder. K. JCKKUKNK,
Honolulu, II. I., July Hi, lb'.iT.
The undeMglied liiimol hh eXKMI
tilx In the will of Hiimuell llaliey,
lute of Honolulu, deoeiiseil, hiivlug
been duly authorized to perform tho
iltllle of Kxectllrlx of -iihl will by
the (Jin till Court of the First Circuit,
hereby notifies nil peraoim having
oIhIuii Ngalust the estate of the Bftld
HmiiticlJ Bailey, cleceumd, toprenent
the hh mo with vouchers duly authen
ticated, oven thounh the ame be se
cured by mortgage upon real estate, to
her ut tho ofllce of J Alfred Mugooii,
Merchant street, Honolulu, within
lx (0) mouths from the dute hertof,
or such clitlnirt will oe forevt r burred.
All persons Indel'teil to siild estate
are hIho notified hip! dlreateil lo pay
such debts lo the Executrix ntilv.
Kxtcutrlx uinlei the will iJ ymiiiiel
J. JJulley, dec-used. 055 41
By virtno of n Writ of Execution issued
oat of tho District Oonrt of Honolulu, 1st
nod of Oahu, on tut '25th day ol June,
A. D. 1807, ngaiusl Yun Cook filling (Ch),
dbfeiiilaut. in favor of Yong Seoug Ch),
lulntiff, for the sum of Fottyoiu in It 0
ollats, I have levied upon uiul shnb ex
ikiho for solo nt tho tntl'n llouso, KnU
kntia ttuilrlinc, in the District of Honolulu,
Island of Onliu, nt 12 o'clock noou of
Monday, tho 20th day f July, . D. 1897,
to tho highest bidder, nil tho right, title
and interest of the said Yun Fook Shlng
(Ch), defendant, hi nnd to the folloving
property, unless said judgiucir, interest,
costs, and my expenses bo previously paid.
Li-it of property for sale:
1 Carriage known ni Hit 'k No. 411.
ii. ii. mi" corn,
Deputy Marshal ltcpubhc of Hawaii.
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Adiuiuistmtilx ol thu est.itu of Nuuuy S
Ellis, l.'tu of Honolulu, Oiihu, d censed, by
older of tho Ilouornblo A. 1'erry, Cucuit
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, litrehv
noiities nil jieisons hsving clsiius ngninst
said cstnto to picseut tho sau e with vou
chers duly authenticated, even though t o
hnuio bo secured by niorig.igo upon real
estn o, to her nt the office of J, Allied Mn
gooti, Honolulu. Onhu, wiiliia six (G)
mouths from tho dto hereof, or such
claims will bo forover burred Al po suns
indebted to said ostate no nlso notiticd and
directed to pay such deb's to tln mlniitiis
VIOl'OHIA S ELLIS,
A'Uninistiiitrlx of die Estate of Nanoy 8.
Dated Honolulu, June 20, 1807. Gli 4t
Theo. C. Porter mid E. D. Tenney,
Executors ot the will of M Goldberg,
dccuxHeil, having llh-il their lliml ho
count In tlie Potnte Court xiil re
ceived their ill-elmig", huve nsslgueil
all the accouiiis, notes, aco-pttuces
und property of thesuhl M. Onldbeig,
deceased, to Mrs. Ida Lunili-berg, of
CieVrUud, Ohio, w.ile di-vee uuiter
the will of the said M Goldberg, de
ceased, nuil the raid Mu L-tudsbrrg
bus given the uudrr-lgu-d a full
power of attorney in coll. etull debts
duo said eUt-, tbere'ore payment Is
breby demanded fiom all persons
owlug said estate.
By her Attnruev lu-fact,
209 Merchaut street.
July 12, 1897. 057 tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT KIR8T
Circuit of the llawulimi IhIuikIh. Iu
Probate. In the milter of tho Estate
ol Joseph Liizuni", late of Honolulu,
Oahu, decen-ed l'ne lust Will and
Testamnnt of said depensed, having
been presenteo to said Court, und a
petition for the Probate thereof, uud
lor the if-uuneo of Letters TestntiHiu
tury to John 8. Wulkei hnvlug hi-en
tiled, notice is lu-retiy given that Fri
day, July 30, A. D. 1897, nt 10 o'elock
u. m., in Alliolunl Hale, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time and place for prov
ing said Will and hearing suldapplU
cation, when and where any person
hiteresttil tuny appear and show cause
If any they huve why the prayer
of Hiild petition should not be grunted.
GEORGE LUCAH, Clerk.
Honolulu, Jti e30, lh97. 640 .'It
IN THE CIUCUIT COUKT OF THE F1KST
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, In probato. In
the matter of tlm Estate of Joseph II. Love
joy, lulu til Honolulu, Oahu. duccusi d, The
iietltlou and accounts of the Executor uud
Executrix of thu will of said deceased,
whcicin theyusk that their accounts be ex
amined and approval, and that a llnal order
bo made fit distribution of the property rc
lnulnliu' lu tbtlr luhida to tin, purcoiiB thereto
eutitud, and dl-eliurging them from nil
lurther responsibility tu bucIi Executor and
Executrix. It Is ordered, that Monday, the
Hth day nf August, A. 1). 1S1I7, at ten o'clock
a. m., nt Chambers, In Hie Court House, ut
Honolulu, bo and the tunc heruby Is ap
pointed as the tlmu and place lor hearing
said petition und accounts, and that all per
sons Interested may then und there appear
and show eaue. If any they have, why the
same should not bo granted.
Honolulu, July ii, lbJ7.
Ily the Court:
CiJ-Jt P. D. KELLE1T, J1I Clerk.
IN THE CUKTITCOUIIT OF THE FIH3T
Circuit of tin MuwalidiiMuiula. nl'iohate In
thu matter of the Entalu ol Francis Spencer,
Uto ofWalmcu.IIawull, deceased. Tha last will
and testament of said deceased, having been
presented to'said court together with a peti
tion for the Vi abate thereof, and for the Is
suance of Idlers testamentary to .Martha N.
Spencer having been tiled, notice is hereby
flven that Friday, the 0th day of August, A.
1S97, nt IU o'clock a, m of said day, nt
tho Court lloom of said Court, at AllioUul
Hale, In Honolulu, Oahu, la appointed the
tlino and plucu for proving said Will ni
litaihiL' said aniillcitloii. when uud whcie
any person Interested may appsar and show'
cause, ii any muy nave, way iuu piujeroi
said petltlnn -liould n it be grantrd.
Honolulu, July 7, 1W7.
Ily thu Court:
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