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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Curry Combs, 10c. to '20c. at
T. 1 Lnnpinfz linn boon appoint
od MiniHtar of I'lnnnco.
Arrests todny woro two Olilneso
for chofn mid ono drunk.
Dr. 13urcoBB litis romoved his
offlco to 602 Boretania street.
Judgo do In Vprguo is off to
Maui ou tliiH cvouiu'H Btoniner.
It is reported that the Concord
will nccompany the Oregon to
Sugar has qono up to 3jj cents,
an nuvnnco ol J ot n cent since
The S. 0. Alien vgot away for
the Coast this afternoon with six
William G. Irwin has had a
relapse and is duugorously ill in
Manacor Wells of the Wniluku
Sugar Company leaves for home
on the Claudine.
0. B. Dwight has received the
contract for the Makawno home
Btend road at $3995.
Fresh f rozon oysters on ico by
tho Australia, sorved in any style
at the Beaver lunch rooms.
The Kinau got away shortly
after 10 o'clock with a big passen
ger list and the Coast mails.
J. F. Giesta was fiaod $5 today
by Judgo Wilcox under the law
relating to common nuisances.
Dan llcnear, champion 100 yds.
runner of the United States, ar
rived on the Australia this morn
ing. Oduar Unua, manager of the
Kipahulu Sugar Company, is
booked to leave on the Claudine
Heihei, the native bus driver
arrested for failuro to comply with
hack regulations, had his case
nolle pros.'d today.
The largest supply of bicycle
sundries in the city is at the Paci
fic Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Love building, Fort street. '
Nelson, Dan and Martha are
the names of three drunks who
were fined the usual amount by
Judge Wilcox this morning.
Tho battleship Oregon should
bring the next news from tho
United Statoa. The Moana on
tho 29th is the next mail steamer.
The Kinau took away seven
volcano tourists, including Lars
Andersen and wife, who havo en
gaged Captain Clarke's cabin for
Justice Frear and Messrs. Ro
berts, Smith and Wood comprise
a party who will bo landed at
Molokui this evening from the
L. A. Thurston, writing from
St. Lou'ib ou May 9, says ho is
staying over there a day on his
way to the TrauB - Mississippi
A fresh consignment of the
celebrated Enterprise Beer and
fresh oysters for cocktails receiv
ed por Australia by tho Merchants'
John Ouderkirk has been award
ed tho contracts for laying the
foundations of tho now warehouses
for Brewer & Co. and T. H.
Davies & Co.
Senator H. F. Baldwin and
family and Harry Baldwin and
brido and a party of friends all
leave for Maui this ovoning by
Chew l'in, arrested on a charge
of assault and battery on April 8,
whose case has been hanging fire
since, was discharged today by
Typewriters for salo and ront
and expert repair work done by
tho Hawaiiau Cyolo & Manufact
uring Co., 312 Fort stroet, oppo
site Lowers & Cooke's.
E. O. Maofarlano had been suf
fering from a sevoro cold in San
Francisco, and though improved
was unable to take the Australia
for homo. He is expected in the
Tho case of C. Walker and W.
"Wood, the Philadelphia sailors
accused of nearly killing a Japa
nese somo weeks ago, was brought
up in the police court today but
again postponed until the 29th.
Glaus Sprockols hns bought an
other piece of proporty on Market
street, San Francisco, botweon
Third aud Fourth stroots. It has
n frontngo of 25 and a depth of
100 feet, and it is understood the
price iB about $3500 a frout foot,
THE AUSTRALIA'S PEOPLE
I'ltCUIINLNr HA U All A.N S Ho
iiai i: iti;TiiiiM:i irno-i ahihm.
I'r-'ldeut Wight l'lfP Order
lor New Meaner nit J a me
It was just about 7 o'clock this
morning whon tho Australia
' rounded Diamond Hoad aud by
I tho time Waikiki residents got
1 down town she was at tho wharf.
Among her possengors wero:
Dr. Herbert, who has returned
from a hurried trip to San Fran
cisco whither he went to attend a
patient on the trip up.
Alnx. Gnrvio, tho popular young
J Scotchman aud former leading
spirit in the local Thistle Club.
'Mr. Garvie will be remembered as
at one time in Bishop & Co. 's bank
and later as bookkeeper at Malta
weli plantation. Mr .Garvie iB now
established in business in London
as a commission merchant aud his
business here ia to securo con
signments of island coffee aud
D. L. Naono, speaker of the
lower house of the Hawaiian Leg
islature, who ia returning from the
great .Christian Endeavor Con
vention in San Francisco, to
which he was one of tho dologutes
0. F. Peterson, a brother
of the only Bert, and Arthur
Wilder, two law students from
Yule College home for a vaca
tion. Mr. wilder has just dis
tinguished himself by toking a
850 cash prize for all round excel
lence in his studies.
Mrs. Theodore Hoffmau, wife
of the manager of the Hawaiian
Electric Light Works.
Mrs. L. F. Alvarez, wife of the
physician who will shortly leave
to represent Hawaii at the Berlin
It. D. Walbridge, who returns
from a visit to the Stated in the
interest of a uew sugar plantation
on tho island of Lauui.
The Misses M. and B. Hundley,
daughters of S. H.Hundley of the
Mukeo Sugar Company at Kealia,
W. 0. Peacock, head of the well
known firm of wholesale liquor
merchants of this oity, who is on
one of his periodical business
J. D. Mclnerny, who has been
to tho Coast to attend the wedding
of his frioud James Campbell and
iiioideutally purchase a fowuovol
ties in gents furnishing goods for
the firm of which he is a member.
Mr. Mclueruy says the excite
incut over Hawaii in the East
was becoming intense. In New
York, Boston and other cities
crowds stood about the bulletin
boards of newspaper offices eager
ly devouring the latest soraps of
intelligence from Hawaii and
Japan. The interference of Japan
in the annexation matter was the
one thing needed to make it go, is
Mr. Mclnerny's opinion from
what he hoard on his travels.
C. L. Wicht, prcsidout of tho
Wilder Steamship Company, who
returns from a visit to San Fran
oisco whero he went to order a
now steamer to replace the Like
like. Mr. Wight was delayed
sometime by the uncertainty of
the reciprocity treaty and the
tariff on BUgar. As soon as that
was sottlcd be lost no time iu
placing an order for a new steamer
with the Union Iron Works. Tho
new vessel will be built on the
same Hucb as tho Heleno, with
such improvements bb have sug
gested themselves since the He
lone was put in commission.
The U. S. S. Boston arrived at
Kobe on July 9.
Company D minstrels will havo
a mooting this evening.
There is no dance at tho Hawai
ian hotol this evouing.
Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Walker will
entertain a number of frionds this
Tho battalion drill nnder com
mand of Major McCarthy was a
success last evening.
Thero will bo an important
mooting of Excelsior Lodge No. 1,
I. O. O. F., this evening.
Wruy Taylor, Registrar of Elec
tions, is making preparations for
thogenoral election in September.
.The Hawaiian Hardwnro Com
pany callB attoution to a number
of useful littlo artiolos for the
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 20, 1897.
1'IVi: JDOK'IM, itM'INIONM.
Pour Supreme mid One Circuit Court
Another III Torre Salt Propped,
James A. Thompson, second
deputy clork, has filed a bond in
$1500 as commissioner to sell land
under foreclosure in Clans Spreck
els & Co. et al. vs. Kia Nahaolelua
and wife. T. B. Murray and Gio
vanni A. Long are his sureties.
Lizzie Quhm Froboeso by her
attorney, William A. Hcnshall.
has filed a discontinuance of her
divorce suit against O. Froboese.
J. Q. Wood and Lyle A.Dickoy,
attorneys for plaintiff, havo filed a
brief in Kelii Kokua vs. Hutch
inson Sugar Plantation Co., a for
Tho Supremo Court today filed
four decisions na follows:
Maria K. Harbottle and Wil
liam Harbottlo hnr husband vs.
T. W. Rawlins. Before Justices
Froar and Whiting aad Circuit
Judgo Carter. Unanimously
decided in favor of the
defendant: "Decree dismissing a
bill iu equity to sot aside a deed,
ou tho grounds of undue influence
aud misrepresentation, affirmed."
Justice Frear writes tho decision.
Magoon & Ediugs for plaintiffs;
Robortaon for defendant.
Ruta Paaluhi vs. Keliibalaole
et al. Ejectment. Boforo tho
came judgos as tho foregoing case.
Decision written by Justice Frear
unanimously sustaining judgment
of Circuit Court for plaintiff for
one third of tho estate and $30
damages. The case turned on the
construction of a will. Robert
son for plaintiff; O. Brown and
Magoon fc Ediugs for defendants.
rnpnlani vs. G. Houghtailing.
Before Justices Frear and Whit
ing and A. G. M.Robortson of the
Bar. Uniiuiiuous decision writ
ten by Justice Frear, over-ruling
tho exceptions of defendant to the
refusal of the Circuit Court to al
low defendant's couusol to show,
on cross-examinatiou of the plain
tiff, that the plaintiff hod received
certain benefits from the defend
ant. Two othor exceptions also
over-ruled. Magoon & Edings
for plaintiff; Oreighton for de
fondant. John F. Oolburn v. O. W.
Spifz. Btforo Justicoe Froar and
AVhiting and S. M. Bullou of tho
Bar. Unanimous decision, writ
ton by Justico Froar, over-ruling
oxcoptioiis of plitintfl' to the vor
dot ia the Circuit Court, based
on certain rulings of the trial
j idgo. Cioightou for plaintiff;
Robortaon for defendant.
Judgo Carter has rui dored a
decision in favor of tho plaintiff
ou the bill to sot aside a dood,
brought by Eliz.i Richard against
Georjjo S. Houghtailing. Kinney
& Ballon for plaintiff; Croighton
Weddluir Ceremony nd Reception
The marriage of H. A. Baldwin
of Maui to Miss Ethel Smith,
daughter of the Attorney-General,
took place at the family residence
last evening at 8 o'clock iu the
presence of members of tho family
only, Rav. D. P. Birnio oih
ciating. Miss Madeline Hartwoll was
maid of honor, aud tho brideB
mnids wore Miss Jones, Miss
Baldwin aud Miss Smith. Tho
groom had for his best man Wil
liam Baldwiu. The house was
beautifully decorated for tho oc
casion. After tho ceremony a reception
took place which was attended
only by intimato frionds of tho
family and the members of the
Cabinet and their wives. Tho
Government band was on hand to
furnish music for tho oveuiug.
Theo. F. Lansing took tho oath
of oflico as Minister of Finauco
boforo Henry Smith, Ulerk of tho
Judiciary, this morning.
No more shrugging of tho shoulders
whon requested to take a tloae of
Cantor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all (11a
attrpeable expressions oounected with
taking Castor OH.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
ful preparations to take the place of
Oitstor Oil have boon put on the
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfeotly disguise the taste of
Oil It has won back vast numbers of
people to Its uso, who would and could
not bo induced to abandon Its use
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality of Castor OU that
oan be obtained Is used In the manu
facture' of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Tho dote la exactly the same as
Castor Oil and' Children will take It
Every dose effective and no serious
1ST Price 25 cento a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC ail TYPBWR1TEB
Omoii 208 Merohant street, Oampbell
Block rear of 3, O. Cartel's office, P. O,
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
jj-Remember theso Goods aro all New and Up-to-date.
oiiDol Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladifs' Shirt Waists,
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists at reduced prices; thy
are without exception tho finest ovur brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' Whito Sailor Mats, 5c.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regulnr price 75c. and $1.00.
Ladies' "White Vests, loc.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' H'ine 131m ok JEIoso, 2oo.
Or $2.50 por dozon, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan and "Whito Hose,
in Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS''
520 Fort Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qatet, Homelike Flaoe, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Electricitv and Physical Training
mar be obtained.
P. 8. KELLOQG, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
ntp.r can EiaiViBiRS-fiMr
SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
AT REASONABLE PRICES! ; ,, .
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-YQUHO TENOCF COflM
Notice of Removal.
Humphrey Mao'lnnnl', Attor
neys and Counsellors, lmv remored
their law chambers from 113Kah
manu street to the Damon Building,
corner King; and Bethel streets.
Evening Bulletin 76c per month.
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