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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 21, 18U7.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
CUOMI.N I.N Till: hU,MI
Try u lout of milk brand
Nh Jnps or ChinoBo employed
nt Now Jltirkot llestiiurnut.
Dr. BurtroBB Las removed hia .
oQico to 502 Bore tnu in stroot.
Tho Alnmciln arrived at Sydney I
two days ahead of contract timo.
Kid gloves, with liaud-painted
ilowers on the back, are tho latest
fad in Paris.
Tho Alameda was just 1C days
and 15 hours coming from Syd
ney to Honolulu.
Sea Breezes, published on board
U.S. S. Philadelphia, ia for anient
Golden Iiulo Bazaar. I
Tho Minister of Interior and J. '
A. Mngoon Imvo exchanged deeds
on raualn anu Hiver stroot pro
perty. TouohnrH examinations will bo
hold at tho High School on Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of
Georgo Andrews, administrator
of tho ostato of John Kennedy,
deceased, has a notice to creditors
of tho ostato in this issuo.
Tho largest supply of bicycle
sundries in the city is at the Paci
fic Cycle & Manufacturing Go.,
Love building, Fort street.
Company D. minstrels com
pleted their new organization last
evoning and outlined a program
tor their coming performance. I
Judge Wilcox fined a Chinaman :
25 for dealing in chefa tickets
this morning and dismissed '
several minor cases with repri- '
California 11 stauraut closed
for repairs, will reopen July 24, '
under management of Sidney
Boyd, formerly chief cook of tho
S. S. Australia.
Statistics prove that nearly two
thirds of all tho letters carried by
tho postal services of tho world
are written, sent to and road by
This evening at Central Union
church a Morning Star meoting I
win uu ueiu, anu suort uuurussos
will be given by those who came
down from San Francisco on the
The Bulletin is requested to
state that the reports of Mr. W.
G. Irwin's illness in San Francis
co as published were exaggerated.
Mr. Irwin was improving at latost
Purser Smith, formorly of the
steamer Mariposa, who left San
Francisco several months ago
with Mrs. Smith on a visit to
Ireland, has returned and will
shortly resume his duties.
John SuilTnu, who waB brought
ovor from Hawaii rocently on a
charge of assnulting and battering
a Japanese, was fined S10 and costs
by Judge Wilcox this morning.
Alex. Craig for battering a native
recoived tho same penalty.
On account of doparturo, tho
furnituro for throe rooms for
light house keeping, and a good
paying business will bo sold
cheap. Apply to Madame Yule,
at No. 513 Nuuauu street, second
house below the Eagle Houso.
After the naval review at Bpit
head the Prince of Wales
signalled that he was satisfied
with the display, and concluded
bis message, "I ordor tho main
brace to bo spliced," meaning that
extra grog should be served to the
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. advertise
special through first-class tickets
for Chicago, New York, St. Louis,
Kauens City and St. Paul for pas
sengers leaving on the Australia
of July 28. These rates are for
this trip only and passengers will
leave San Francisco for the East
either on August 5 or I).
The full bench of the Supremo
Court at Sydney having passed
upon roBerved questions in
Butler's case, the Government Imb
notified tho eondeinnod nmu of
tho date of his execution. He
wants to write a porsonal history
but the authorities do not givo
him the facilities for so doing.
The Board of Directors of the
Mechanic's Institute of San Fran
cisco have agreed that at their In
dustrial Exposition to ho hold in
tho Pavilion next month no dip
loma or award of merit should bo
grautod upon tho goods of auy
exhibiting niauufactuior ougaged
in tho manufacture of janiH and
jiillitiH composed of other ingiedi
mitH than puro fruit, fmit juice
In the i:inl n( AiiiiKXitiliiu All the
('Illume, Under linn iltuti I,iu.,
Would llu Jinit Ilium-.
This article is
double column in
of July 13:
Among those who oppose au
noxation the story hn linen cir
culated industriously that with
tho acquisition of the islands
thousands of Ohiueso laborer wi 1
be able to laud iu the Uuited
States from tho Hawaiian inlands,
tho treaty of annexation placing
them practically on tho same
footing as tho Hawaiians. t'he
labor unions have been misled
upon this subject and Senator
George 0. Perkins has been forti
fied with alleged data on the sub
ject which aro incorrect, as his
letter to tho Alameda Beet Sugar
Company showed. In answer to
this letter C. A. Sprockets has
Bent a telegram to Senator Per
kins which clears up the "coolio
labor" questions effectively.
Following is a copy of the dis
Senator Georgo 0 Perkins,
Washington, D. C: Tho Evening '
Bulletin of this city, dated July 9
last, published your lottor to tho I
Alameda Beet Sugar Company. ,
Your reference to Asiatic labor
employed in Hawaii is misleading
and groundless, and to correct I
samo and assist you in making a '
resolve in the premises, tho Ha
waiian Commercial Company, a
California corporation, challenges
a comparative investigation
through any lelimblo expert ac
countant of the workings of the
Alameda Beet Sugar Company, or
any other California beet sugar
compnny, to ascertain actual facts
and data upon the following
points: First Gross and net in
come during the pnst two years,
1&93, 189b"; second Porcentago
of gross income paid to labor both
in fields and factory, and data to
designate tho nationality, especial
ly Asiatic labor employed.
Your statement that Asiatic
labor now oxisliug iu Hawaii can
not be abolished by annexation I
positively deny, and as thought
liacl been made clear to you while
I was in Washington. The con
tracts with all Chinese labor are
made never to exceed three years,
and it is especially provided that
a deduction of monthly install
ments of $1 per month is to bo
made, the samo being deposited
with officials of the Hawaiian
Government to pay tho passages
and thus ensure tho deportation
of all Asiatic laborers at the expi
ration of their contracts. In addi
tion to this tho Hawaiian Govorn
mont oxaots a bond from each
planter that such labor will be
deported as soon as the contract
expires. Annexation will provont
further contracts being made and
American laws will apply to tho
labor conditions when annexation
C. A. Sl'HEOKELS,
Manager, Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company.
San Francisco, July 10, 18G7.
A new pound master's notico ap
pears in another column.
Sucklinc nic for dinner at New
Jiarkot aiesiuuraut tomorrow. "
Spain has a population of 17,
500,000, of which number 11,000,
000 cannot read or write.
Alex. Garvie has come back to
the islands to stay, not on any
temporary coffee or othor busi
ness. Owing to the late hour at which
the extensive interview with Min
ister Cooper was obiained, sovoral
looal reports have to bo unavoid
Typewriters for sals and rent
and expert ropair work done by
tho Hawaiian Cyole fe Manufact
uring Co., 312 Fort stroet, oppo
site Lowoib & Cooko'a.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
mid lieaUlifuhiets. Assures the food against
alum and nil forms of adulteration common
to tlia cheap brands. Koval Uakino Tow
dek Co , New Yokk.
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment.
Special Agency of the
Office Specialty Mn'ft'g Co.,
Manufacturers of the
Shannon Filing Cabinets
Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Files.
Our Patent Flat Opening
Best in the Market.
J& Remember weare the
money savers for you.
No more shrugging of tho shoulders
when requested to take a dose of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil una dispensed with all dis
agreeable expressions connected with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently ksucces
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil have been 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 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 tho manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose le exactly the same as
Castor Oil and Children will take It
Every dose effective and no serious
EIT Price 25 cents a bottle.
ister Drug Go.,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned has been appointed
b the Hoa ruMo Alfr d V. -inter,
Circuit Judge of the Ftwt Circuit, llu
public of Huwuli, to be Administrator
lor the Estate of John Kennedy, do
ccuned, Intestate, at Honolulu, Inland
of Onliii, on tho luth duy of July, A
D IS'J". Tlierefom notice is hereby,
given to thoso who have uuy cIiUiiih
a(,'ulnnt tho citato of the bald John
Kennedy, t present tho same at the
Ollk't) nf I'liul Neumann, 211 Mumimnt
Street, Honolulu, within mIx mouthy
from this date or they will forever be
(101 -it OKOROE ANDREWS.
Temporary Receipt I'oxtal Havings
IWuk, dated November lKth, IStKI, for
Jiinnii. At'i'oiiul I'.i-h Rook No. (Hi 17.
Notice Is liuiehy given that the fol
lowlni: i".litt have been Impounded
in the Government Pound at MuklLI,
Honolulu, viz :
1 Bltck Mare, branded "J A" on
the right neck, white spot on the fore
head, white on riuht aide i f tho nose,
white spot on the jaw, right leg white,
two white aiK)U on left hind hoofs.
1 White Spotted Horno, branded on
left neck In Phliie"" rtrmrptn.
1 White Horn--, branded on tho left
hind (uarter "W," sore back.
1 Buy Mare, branded ou the left
hind quarter "C," Iu triangle, brand
ed ou right hind quarter "(Fj," white
line from forehead to nose, three black
leg, left leg white, sore back.
Ami If fiicli eetiay aio not claimed
and all pound uhnrgee satisfied on or
before SATURDAY, July 31, 1807, at
12 o'clock uouu, the same will be sold
on that date and hour to tint highest
bidder. K. KKICUENK,
Honolulu, II. T. July 21, lb!)7.
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrncK: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block (rear of J. O. Curler's office, P.O.
ol Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists at reduced prices; thej
are without exception tho finest ovor brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' White bailor Mats, 2oc.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regular price 75c. and $1.00.
Hadies' White Vests, loo.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' .Kino Black I-Iosc, 2oo.
Or $2.50 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Hadies' Tan and White Hose,
iri Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : JHLonolulrg
mE DARKER COLOR OFm
yvir DDHun te ciuaiv iwut-H
STEAMED. THE ROASTINGl'A
GIVES t PECUUHR fT
'Jv OTHER BRANDS
PSSAN FRANCISCO.CAL ASGOOB
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, whore Trained
NnrBcs, Matwao, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Eloctricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Notice of Removal.
Humphreys & MuedomiH, Attor
neys and Counsellors, liavn romovMl
their law chamber from 113 Kaoho
mauu street to thp Damon Building,
corner King anil Hetliel streets.
Evening Bulletin. 75c per month.
SPECIAL SALE OF
. . . . Fancy Ribbons
All Latest Styles from Europe. Also,
An xin.i' u'iiiu loi T .chi'rn'
Primary CurtilUmtm will bo holil t
the I Hull HuIikipI, Honolulu. Woilum
day and TIitiinluy, Julv 2$ ami 2i,
aud one for Grammur Oriulo Cortitl
cutta will lit) lielii ut tho auii nlaco
Wednesday, ThurMlay ati' Friday,
July 28, i!9 and !i(), 1S!)7. Kxamina
lioiiH will begin ut I) o'clock . m. cucli
HENUY h. TOsV.N.SliXD,
Inspector Ouiiural of ricliouls.
For ouu of tliu larKtwt and beht
iayliit Origlui; and llounlliiir Hoimci
III tho oily. Till I" rum opportu
nity (or iinyoiio wUliliiir to Invent a
hiiihII cupl'iil A.UIrcn "No. tM,'
Fine Dress Goods . .
Shot 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!
Komombor theso Goods uro nil Now and Up-to-dato.
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