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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 22, 1897, Page 5, Image 5',
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Flour sieves 15o. ntStunlovnnt'a.
Co; A is called out for drill this
A Gatling gun fires G00O, shots
Enmobntnolm Lodge of Perfec
tion meets this evoning.
Dr. Bursess has removed his
office to 502 Boretauia street.
There was no meeting of the
Board of Education this after
noon. The government band will givo
a concert at tho Hawaiian hotel
It is expected the Alameda will
reach San Francisco next Wed
Mrs. S. B. Sharpe left on tho
Alameda for a six months' visit
to relatives in England.
Fred 0. Smith of the Oahu rail
way was a passenger for the Coast
by this morning's steamer.
Eaua was fined $10 apd costs
this morning by Judge Wilcox
for battering another native.
A host of the friends of Captain
Soule and wife were at the wharf
this morning to say good bye.
Judge Wilcox assessed Ngo Lin
tGO and costs in the police court
this morning for opium in posses
sion. C. D. Chase, the real estate
man, left on the Alameda for San
Francisco where he is to bo mar
ried in August.
Gold, silver, nickel and copper
plating done at the Pacifio Cycle
A Manufacturing Co., Love. Build
ing, Fort street.
Charles Mu occupies quarters
in the police etntiou today, being
charged with assaulting and bat
tering his wife.
Fred L. Waldron of the grocery
department of T. H. Davies & Co.
left on the Alameda this morning
on business for tho firm.
The wedding of Alfred S. Hart
well and Miss Mabel Hartwell
was celebrated at the residence of
the bride's father last night.'
0. M. V. Forsterleft in the Ala
meda for the round trip on health
and pleasure bent, with a slight
flavor of business oatho side.
A warrant is out for the arrest
jof Kolomona on the charge of
'stealing a hen and eight young
chickens from David Eahoana.
The Duchess d'Uzes has some
14,000,000 bottles of champagne
in the cellar in Paris and as many
more in her wine vaults at
D. L. Naone will pivo au ad
dress in native on Sunday on
what he saw at the Christian En
deavor Convention at San Fran
Captain Cei of tho Italian army
, nhas invented a rifle which will firo
eighty shots a minute without re
moving tho weapon from the
The best place iu the city to pot
your bioycle repaired is at the
Hawaiian Cycle fc Mnnnfacturing
Co., opposite Lowers fc Cooke's
on Fort street.
California Restaurant closed
for repairs, will reopen July 24,
under management of Sidney
Boyd, formerly ohiof conic of tho
S. S. Australia. .
W. H. Pain, manager of tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company,
left on the Alameda this morning.
It is hoped he will bring an elec
tric road back with him.
A Brussels firm has contracted
to equip Abyssinia with a tele
graph system. The more import
ant stations are to be connected
with the imperial residence.
Tho Japanese begin building
their houses at the top. The roof
is first built and elevated on a
skeleton frame. Then it affords
shelter to tho workmon from
When you have a portrait en
largcd boo that you get your
money's worth. King Bros, havo
roduced prices to $5.00, SG!50,
$7.50 and $10.00 for work that
they guarantee to be firstolnss.
They invite comparison.
Glaus Spreckols has received
from tho former stockholders of
the Western Beet Sugar Company
the gift of a beautiful oil painting
from tho studio of William Eoith.
The picture is callod "Sunshino
and Shadows" and portrays the
oaks of Berkeley. These are tho
stockholders whom the Examiner
accused him of "freezing out."
RT WAV (IP PARr.WKM,.
Mr. niid Nr. r. Knln Malker llrllutil.
rniir rnttrtniu r.rB 'nmitnr.
Oh Tuesday ovouiug Mr. and
Mrs. T. Haiti Walkor entertained
more than two' hundred of their
friends at their beautiful sylvan
home iu King street. The wol
come first appeared in a profuse
oongories of colored lantorns dis
'posed amongst tho oxtensivo
shrubbery in front. After being
received by tho hospitable couplo
in the parlor, the guests were di
rected to a capacious lanai, oreoted
for the occasion, at the south end
of the house. This fabric
was lighted and decorated in
a manner to make it a dream
of (blight. Flags of all nations,
yacht and signal bunting, etc,
wore tastefully draped around tho
walls. Arches of colored lanterns,
lighted with electricity, appeared
beneath the series of roof trusses,
diffusing the radiance of day up
on the perfect dancing floor. Up
on white fabric, in antique letter
ing of colors, ran along one oiid
and one Bide the quaint verse,
adapted from old English balla
dry: Now "FreweH" It come.
Let us beat up the drum, ,
And call all our nelghbori together:
And when they appear
Let us make them such cheer
Aa will keep out the wind and the weather.
There was a Btring band of ex
pert native musioians in atten
dance, who could sing as well as
Elay, and to their musio dancing
egan early, continuing until,
midnight with the happiest zest
and congeniality of the large as
sembly. Tables for four each
were set in great number in "a
large tent,whoro a delicious supper
was enjoyed in leisurely relay b of
people. Male wall flowers addict
! ed to tho soothing weed had a
cozy marquee at tueir disposal,
with all the materials for their in
dulgence in goodly store provided.
Between dances the devotees of
that amusement had the liberty of
the pnths among the trees and
shrubbery for pleasant strolls.
The weather kindly cancelled
threats of disapproval, so that
there -was noshing whutevor to
mar the complete enjoyment of
everybody. To montion names
of - any present without the
whole list, which jpaco ...will
Hot allow would be"1 invidi
ous, for all wore on an
equality in their unfeigned esteem
of the host and hostess, and ap
preciation of their princely hos
pitality. Mr. and Mrs. Walker gave this
entertainment by way of farewell,
in anticipation of their early de
parture for a prolonged visit to
. M ... ii
Jas. F. Morgan will sell aohoioe
library and a lot of silverware at
10 o'clock Saturday.
Frank Ferreira, whoso name ap
pears quite frequently in police
records, was given a severe repri
mand this morning for using ob
H. W. Schmidt fc Sons adver
tise the arrival by the Australia
of invoices of embroidery iusor
tioiiH, laces, fine suitings, travel
ling and cycling suits. k
Most of the morning session of
the Distriot Court was taken up
with the chefa trial of Ah You and
six others, and the evidenoe for
I!) pi execution i not all iu yet.
M. N. Saudersone of the har
bor pilots, obtained leave of ab
sence until August 1, on account
of the serious illness of bis wife
on the Coast, and left in the Ala
meda. Willie Wilder, who resigned his
position in Bishop & Co.'a bank
and went to Son Fanoisco on tho
last Australia, has secured a po
sition with the Iron Works in
Andrade & Armstrong broke
ground on the Waialua extension
of tho Oiilm railway last Monday
on tho other side of. Kaena
Point. Dr. Minor and party were
privileged to see the operation.
Dr. Miner, while rusticating
down tho coost the other day, en
gaged in shark fishing at Kaena
Point. His party harpooned a
big fellow, but it r slipped the
jjinos before it could bo dis
Eauko was examined for in
Bianity today and will likely be
committed to the Asylum. Accord
ing to tho testimony of Dr. Emor
sou and Makanoo he has wild do
lusions of grandeur and when he
loses,, his tomper tears off his
clothing, pulls up pluuts, otc.
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 22, 1897.
n mr-iai u .jim.iji i am aw nwi
Celebrated for lta Rreat leavening strength
and ucaHhtulnets. Assures tho food against
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Kotal IUkino Pow
der Co , New Yokk.
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 weare the
money savers for you.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing eitruja liitvo hern impounded
Inrttie Government Pound at Maklki,
Honolulu, viz :
1 Black Mare, branded "J A" on
the right neck, while spot ou tbe fore
head, w lit to ou rluht side i f the uose,
white spot on the jaw, right leg white,
two white spots ou left hind hoofs.
1 Wliilo BfOUtu Hoitu, branded, ou
left neck Iu Chlnne u'liaiaoters.
1 White Home, branded ou the. left
hind uunrter "W," sore back.
1 Bay Mare, branded on the left
hind quarter "U," lu triangle, brand
ed ou right hind. quarter "(F)," white
line from forehead to nose, three black
lege, left leg white, sore babk.
Aud if such eotrays are uot claimed
and all pound ohurgox satisfied on or
before SATURDAY, July. 31. 1897, at
12 o'clook noon, tilt) wuuuVlll be void
ou that date aud hour to tbe highest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, H. T., July 21, 1897.
An examination for TeHphers
Primary Certificates will be held at
the High Hohool, Honolulu, Wednes
day aud Thursday, July 28 and 29,
and one for Grammar Grade Certifi
cates will be held at the sam place
Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday,
July 28, 29 aud 30, 1897. Exanilua
tlonH will begin at 9 o'clock a. m. each
' ay' HENRY S TOWNSEND,
Inspector General of Schools.
064 8. t.
For one of tho largest and best
paying Lodging and Boarding Houses
in the city. This is a faro opportu
nity for anyone wishing to Invest a
small capital. Address "No. 600,"
Evoning Bulletin. 001-3t
No more shrugging of the shoulders
when requested to take a dose of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all dis
agreeable ezpreaslons connected with
taking Castor Oil.
.PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil have been put on tbe
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfeotly disguise the taste of
Oil it has won back vast numbers of
people to lta use, who would and could
not be induced to abandon Its use
TA8TES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality of Castor OU that
ean be obtained is used In the' manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose is exaotly the same as
Castor OU and Children will take It
'Every dote effective and no serious
CF" Price 25 cent a bottle. .
Hollister Drug Go.,
NOTARY PUBLIC ani TYPEWRITER
Omen 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Blookrren of i. O. Oarter's offtoel. P.O.
u i f
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Mft!i- r t ,- ,
Kine Dress Goods. . .
JShot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
Soliaol Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in '
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists at reduced prices; they
are without exception the finest over brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' "White Sailor Hats, 2oo.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regular price 75c. nnd 31.00.
Ladies' White Vests, 15b.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
w Ladies' fc'inei Black Hose, 2oc.
Of $2.5'0 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan and "White Hose,
in Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work. .
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.0
3RrSSCS) rVrn 1 Vi AND THE CANi ARe
W ? "Massac W-SiL?I-r-7 PACKED IN vtWlAnoEANO v
Wmak fcP1f!05 Vsijy fxUnMop. C0NIAIN M01!e I
'$ Pyifl SPECIALLV FOR ( '" BDS."
VdlVt I S J I I I 1 1 FiSSCrt'-.t"
OrteTrt&l will prosk Ihei
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Qalat, Homelike Flaoa, where Trained
Horses, Messam, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained. i
P. 8. KELLOGQ, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
AT REASONABLE PRICES!
Goods aro all New and Up-to-date.
rjre n t;
Notice of Removal.
Humphreys & Maclonalrt, Attor
neys and Counsellors, have removed
their law chambers from 113 Kaah
manu street to the Damon Building,
corner King ami Bethel streets.
Evening Bulletin 75c per month.
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