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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 21, 1897.
nNiitM'wt'Puwwt'iw1ilimw W'Wiwtf 'inigjffl
?. More First Prizes
Oymwli w ere w on
imL:,ncm Saturdav on the
'BV1LTLIKE A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
Won Fives First and Ono Second iPrize
Out of the Six Entries I
For Strength, Ease and Durability the Sterling
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
The undoreiuiipcl will sell Through Tickets from HONOLULU
to NEW YORK nnd INTERMEDIATE POINTS at specially
reduced rates per " AUSl'liALlA " loaving this port JULY 28TII
ONLY, and arriving nt Snn Francisco August 1th. THESE
THROUGH TICKE1S GOOD ONLY TO LEAVE SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR EASTERN POINTS ON AUGUST 5TH AND
Iteb For further information ns
Win. G. IRWIN & CO.,
General Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
8. V. LEDEHER,
ttu Sold Cheap for Casli "a
tp' Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L, corner King nnd Nuuanu streets.
fire i, i u :f p.s & Cn ,
Klu; tn-rt, til r AKikca.
Will omu mi BATUUDAY.
Jul) -I u i.ih, ihu nnuia,ji niuiit nt
JET L iccM hihI Cuoleet Dining
Room lo i li- flty. ()ihii evenlnttH.
FAMILY LIEU ROOM,
Wou'iu.'h ICxehuime Olil Stand.
First Class JVIeals, - - 25c.
Now Cooks and Now Wailoife,
New Kurmturo nnd Dishes.
A. W. SEABUHY,
Rooms To Lot.
Bullul U ( r ' ".i htnuM famHlon, In
ct'iirntt IiihMIhus oauii purtlally Inr
aluhed If icqiilrH. Iiniuiro of
N. K. J WHO USB,
017-lf MO MHlur btrcut,
to rates, etc., npply to
T Corner King nnd Nun-
First - class
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting the story
about the oxJi.oivo hattor'u
fivH-dollar hat boing better
than ours at two fifty,
because his name is inside.
If we could put old heads on young
shoulders, there'd bo but one store
in town selling clothes for little
fellows. It takes an old head to
know what's best in clothes.
Today's offerings aro a study
9 Hotel Street
AgentH for Dr. D"lmol'fl Lluen-Mpflh
Under wear. Rend for Catalogue.
Wo Mako Shirts to Order.
CJrtler King and AlalteaHlreeti),
Honolulu, H. I,
Mrs. A, SCuiiicilcii Proprietress,
IlooniH Kihu'io and Hlni., wp,
Hoard, fr .in O ',( )n wi-i k, according
to leiiulMiii ntx f Hih uiiimIh.
The (inly Jtnuf I'roineiiude Garden
111 the oily. OK ). OA VKNAGM,
Tuli;)lionu 001. : : : Manager,
.I.M:IS .M.AMMt.V 1'lt OH Till.
II. II. M. N. I'vnuiila Irniii I'lJI-
Nchooncr Leim I., lo tliinviiiitii
The brigt Percy Edwards is in
Thn steamer Waialenlo brought
Lahaina sugar laBt night.
The tug Elou is being over
hauled on the marine railway.
The schooner Aloha returns to
Honolulu from San Francisco.
The bark R P Rithot hence
Bailed from San Francisco July 12.
Tho steamer Kaona with paddy
from windward Oahu ports ar
rived in this morning.
The ship Benj F Packard ar
rived at tho .Now i.ork rennory,
102 days out from this port,
Tomorrow, high tide largo 11:38
am;high tide small 8:0 p m; low
tide largo 2:45 a m; low tide small
G:05 p m.
The schooner Lena L, captain
Trelberg, from Port Towusond
arrived in this morning and is
anohored off the Fishmarket. The
Lena L is en route to Guaymas
and seeks a Hawaiian register.
' H B M S Penguin, Captain
Arthur M Field, from Fiji arrived
this morning. Tho Penguin Imb
been surveying and sounding nil
tho way from Australia and will
remain here about three weeks.
Consignees per S S Alameda
J Alui'bden, Order, Gonsalves tfc
Uo, W U Peacock fc Co, Unatlo k
Cooke, H Hackfeld ,fc Co, Ed
Hoffsohlaeger tfc Co, H May & Co,
T H Davies & Co, Hart & Co, P
G Ciunnrinog, Aid n tyre Bros.
Pursor Fulohor of the Alameda
furnishes tho following memorau
da of tho voyage to this port:
Left Sydney, July 5 at 4:55 p m;
arrived at Auckland, July 9 at
1:52 p m; left Auckland, July 10
at 2:50 p m; arrived at Apia, July
14 at 7:00 a m; left Apia, July 14
at 1:25 p m; urrived at Honolulu,
July 21 at 9 am.
I wish that tho owners and
patrons of tho roads shall hnvo
justice done, but speaking for my
self I hope to live to see the day
when a ship can be loaded in San
Fraucisco and cross by a canal
and go to New York without go
ing around South America Ex
tract from speech of William
J Bryan at Central Park, July 7.
From tho Colonies, per S S
Alameda, July 21 For Honolulu:
W Fairbank,H Collifion. Through
ob lu saloou and 48 in stearago.
For Kauai, perbtmr V G Hall,
July 20 Mrs O 15 Makee, Miss B
Hundley, b XS Hundley, U von
Hhiiiiu, Miss A Blaekstadt, W H
Johnson, Miss SleUu Love, J 'V
Girviu, Miss Emma Alot-tnuiui,
Alius Smith, A Tiblis, George
Wessels and wife, and A H Smith.
For Oahu poits, per stmr Ka
ala, July 29- Dr tvuj Mrs Carter
and family, Mrs J Eua and Mrs J
For Humakua, per simr Noeau,
July 2 'Mrs L de L Waul, Miss
Rickard, Charles Notley Jr and
VST U . lx
Aunt Maria CniTie, don't you think
yon lire a littloforw.iulwitli H i. Kuitw V
C.irne Whj, aunt I Y,"a. Ii.ino I
.unit Maria You took off your
eliweii in his pnwnce, Cm no, lit
u oiling, nnd you huu kimwn lain
hardly a mouth. Iloston Trmicript
If you aro interested in tho nub
jeet of oularod porlrnitH, it wmilil
Im worth your whilo to hoo the
Hiimpk'H nt Kiii(; Hi oh. lit prieen
ranuinii from Sfi.Of) lo 1000
fruiucs uud nil, Thoy cun't bu beut, I
' shipping intelligence.
TtiKiur, Jiilj 90.
Htuir Wiilnlialc. (Irrnory, Irom I.nlilnit.
Wkdiesiiat, July 21.
0 8 8 AUmcdii, Van Olcrenilorp, from the
BUnr Kacim, rnrkcr, from Oahu portt.
II 11 M 8 l'etiKiiln, Flelil, from FIJI.
Sclir Lena I,, Trclbcru, from l'nrt Tonir
tenil, bounil fur dun mat, Mcilco.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOUIIOW.
0 8 8 AUned, Vu Otcrcndorp, for
Per tmr Walalale-32S)(I bans tugar.
Kx 8 8 Alameda SI pkes machinery, 15
ensce i!rnj;. S caics plaule, 01 cases liquor,
.15 cans wine, 3 saddle, !M cusea milk,
CO lixs onions, 5? cases mullet, '22 bxs coral,
45 bxs limes, 250 cocoanuts, (1) pU'ns mdsc.
McNICHOU-In this city, to the wife of D
W McNIcholl, Jul) al, ISU7, a son.
icinii r irim.
Miss Summit Mr. Castlctou U im
awfully frood fricml of yonra, iRn't ho?
Hov.is telling mo jtitnd.iylli.it jou
wtro just determined to join Ills club.
Tntter (itiscrly) Yes, I tun. And
what eliso did ho bay?
MisH Suininit Why, ho said if you
did von could take his place. Truth.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rntes, are. hereby notl
ded that tho hours for Irrigation pur
pose are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. anil
from 4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
IT. Holder of water privileges on
the slopes of Putichhowl aliovo Green
street, and In Nuuanu Valley uhove
School street, are hereby notified that
they will not ho restricted to the lrrl
nation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to 6
p. m., hut will he allowed to irrigate
whenever sufficient water 1m available,
provided that they do not ue the wa
ter for irrigation purposes for more
than four hour' In every twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., June 17, 1897.
OYST1DI18 ! '
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
t. J. Sllrj.lTAN,
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent and Curo
Gentle Saddle Horses for Ladles aid Gentlemen
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Comer of Fort and Hotel Streets
IYlki'IIONk: Uiiw'ii Hotel 8 tables 32.
Faulheou Stables 'i.
Eleotion of Officers.
3l a ft kWl) 1 lA-a
At the Annual MchIIiiu of the Ma
kuliu Collie Co., Ltd., hold Stlunfuy,
.Inly 17, the following Olllcerd were
elei-tf il fur tho uimiiIiii; year:
W. H. Hoiikh President
F. H. MeHlocker Vh-o President
Jas A. Low Treasurer
J H Willter .... ....Seori'tary
W, (1. Ashley Auditor
'Hid uliovo Olllei t iiih-iIiiiIij tho
Hounl of l)lrtcior
Honolulu, July 10, lb!)7. mt-'M
DO YOU USE
If so, why not have the BK3T?
It Is well-known that . . .
HAS NO SUPERIOR.
8T Should your requirements call
for a llrst-clnt-s, hut less expensive
wine, we have a full supply of
Gold Lack "
I" Every bottle of any of above
brands is guaranteed lit perfect order
at time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
The underslgued name I as execu
trix in the will of Samuel J. Bailey,
late of Honolulu, cieceaeed, having
been duly authorized to perforin the
duties of Executrix of said will by
the Circuit Court of the First Clicult,
hereby notifies nil persons IiuvIuk
claim-, against the estate of the said
Samuel J Bailey, deceus-d, topreaent
the same with vouchers duly authen
ticated, even thouuh the Mime, he se
cured by mortgage upon re il estate, to
her at the otllce of J Alfred Muouu,
Merchant street, Honolulu, within
i-ix (0) raontliB fioin the date hereof,
or such claims will be forever barred.
All persons Indetted to suid extate
are ulfo notified and directed to pay
such debts lo Hie Executilx only.
Executrix under the will of Samuel
J Hulli.v, ie.iiHefl 6J5 4t
IN THE CIUCUIT COUKT FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian Ihlniid-. In
Probate. In the m .Iter of the Estate
ol Joseph LazaruH, lute of Honolulu.
Oaliu, deceared. The last Will and
Testament of said deeeasnl, having
bieii pret-enteii lo suld C'iuii, atida
petition for the Probate thereof, and
tor the 1m-uuiko of Let lei b Tt-slaiueu-tiiry
lo John S. Walker liuvnu; hepn
filed, notice is bereiiy uiveu that Fri
day, July 30, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clock
a. in., in Aiiiniaui Hide, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time ami place for prov
ing hulil Will ami heariug s.dd appli
cation, when and where an pereou
interest"! may appear ami show ciiiisc
If any they have why the prayer
or mi ill petition Htiould not lie granted.
By the Court:
HEOltOE LUCAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, Ju bSO, 1S97. 019 St
IN THE CillCUIT COUItT OF THE FIRST
Circuit, Hawaiian Inlands. In proliatu. In
tliu matter of llm Kutate of Jos pli II. Lnc
jiiy, lato ol lloiiiiliilu, Ouliu. ileceiimd, The
petltlun null accounts ol Hie Executor unci
l:ucutilv of tlio will of bald ilcceascil,
wlicrtlu Ihi-yiiKk tliat tliulr nccoiinlB bu cx
uinlncd nnd upirimil, nnd tliut n HuhI order
bu inadu of distribution of tlie propeitv ie
inululntr In lliulr nimdn to tliu cim)ii llii-ieto
entltlid, anil dl chnrultu tlicm from all
further nspoiiblbllllj a bucIi hxttutor aud
Kxtcutrlx It r ordered, that Monday, tlio
Utli daj of AiiKiiut, A. I) lts',17, at ten iclock
u. in., at Cluuubcrs, hi Ibe (Jourt lloimu, lit
Honolulu, bu and the mime hereby Is ap
pointed as tho time and placo for lieailng
suld pctillnn mill nccuuiiU, and Hint all per
son iuttreelul uiiy tlit.ii uud tliuieuppcni
and Bhnn cau-e. If any they have, why tho
Bainu nhould not bu ciunUd.
Honolulu, July II, I BUT.
lly tliu Court
C5l-!lt I' 1). KFLLETr.JK., Clerk.
IN THE CIKCUIT tOL'UT OF THE FIltdT
Circuit ol lliu'hiHnlluiihlaiid lul'robite. In
tliu innlkri f tin Kolnu il riuiulsipeiit'cr,
Ulo uf WuIiiilii.I limuil.ili i cit d. The last will
and tettamelit ol uld d ttused, having bleu
preraiileil to mid imirt tcujether with n peti
tion for tliu 1'rulutu Iheitof, and for thu U
Biiautu of I Iti-i m lifetniiituitary to Martha N
Siienccr haxluu Ihlii tiled, not lee l hereby
ciyen that Friday, tho Bill day of Aui;ut, A.
11 lb'J7, at IU o'clnek , m. of laid day, at
thu Court ltoom of ald Court, at Allliilanl
Mule, In Honolulu, OMm. U unpointed the
lime und pluce lor pintliig tni t'i) jind
heiiillU ld "IM 'I ''"ii. wb'ii und l,uro
nut pi i -nil lull . ii t mi,) uppvjr nml r!n,
cuiitt, if mi) iln i Imvi, nh) the pu)i of
mild pillllmi 'Ii aid n .lb. punkd.
IIoiioIiiIii, .1 illy 7, IM'JT.
cu-m I'.u. Ki:i.i.i,rr, Jitciuk.
MANUFAOTUIIEI) HY THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Work
Tlicse, through goud sorvice
nnd oflbctivp work on STTf A.R
and RICE P LA NTATIONS,
and elsewhere, have nindo for
themselves a good reputation.
Reports from our customers
show perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft and in
We now present to tho pub
lic a full line, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Theo. C. Porter and K. D. Tommy,
Executors of the will of M Goldberg,
deceased, Imvluir filed their llmil ac
count In the I'robato Court and re
ceived their discharge, imvo argued
nil I he accnuulH, note", ucctptutices
and propetty of the suld M. Goldberg,
ijeppiiHi'd, to Mr. Ida Lanilsbertr, of
Cleveland, Ohio, sole devlxco under
the will of tho said M Goldberg, de
ceased, and liie eald Ida Laudsberg
has teiven the undersigned a full
power of attorney to collect all dobta
due said est'ite, therefore payment Is
hereby demanded fioin rail persons
owing aid estate,
My her Attonn'v In-fuul,
liiwj Mureliaul street.
July lii, 1607. WMf