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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 23, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jnmos F Morgan is home agnin.
Tomorrow is tho birthday of tho
Einpuror of Ohiua.
Dr. Burgess has removed his
ofHco to 502 Beretnnia street.
Mejor Jones held a successful
drill of the First Battalion last
Tho St. Louis College Football
Olub will odor the captaincy to
Over ono-half of the arable
laud in Japan is devoted to the
cultivation of rice.
School teaohers have been in
vitod'to visit the Philadelphia to
Samuel Parker arrived on the
Mauua Loa, leaving boarded the
vcBsol at Kawaihae.
Lodge le Frogres de l'Oceanie
and Hawaiian No. 21 F. and A.
M., hold meetings tonight.
Tho band of the U. S. S. Phila
delphia will play at the Hawaiian
hotel from 3 to 5 this afternoon.
It is said that in some parts of
Japan robbers are convicted on a
majority vote of the community.
Gilt-edge stocks elsewhere
specified will be sold at auction
by James F. Morgan at noon to
morrow. A combined minstrel perform
ance for charitable purposes by'
men of the Philadelphia and Ma
rion is on the cards.
A big tug-of-war contest will
come off on Saturday week be
tween teams of Portuguese and
the Honolulu Iron Works.
The regatta committee held its
first meeting last night, outlining
tho program and making an es
timate of the money required.
That residence on Green street,
now occupied by Dr. G. P An
drowB, is for sale or to let, ou ap
plication at T. H. Davies & Co.,
Tho best place iu the city to get
your bicycle repaired iu at the
Hawaiian Cycle & Manufacturing
Co., opposite Lowers it Cooke's
on Fort street.
If you are interested in the sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
be worth your while to see the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. They can't bo beat."
Mrs. Dillingham and Mrs. Jor
dan, two Commissioners of Edu
cation, are entortainiog tho
teachers attending the Summer
school at Woodlawn this after
noon. Arrangements aro being made
for a concert at Kaumakupili
church on the evening of Satur
day, July 31, tho procoeds going
toward tho erection of a chapel at
Residents of tho vicinity of
Thomas square object to that
place of resort being used for
baseball grounds by bauds of
Portuguese hoodlums on Sundays
and call on the Marshal to put a
btop to it.
The public is cordially invited
to attend a reception at the United
Chinese Society hall on Saturday,
July 24, from 2 to 4 p. m., in
houor nf tho birthday of His Im
perial Majesty, Eong Sui, Emper
or of China.
A new combination wulking
stick and umbrella has the cane
hollowed out so tho umbrella can
be placed inside when not iu use.
Thecane telescope so that it can
be carried in the pooket when the
umbrella is in use.
' Among the cargo of the bark
Iolaui which sailed for Hongkong
yodteiday was a quautity of staves
for making sugar barrels which
have bon iu storage here for
cIohr ou to twenty years. Before
that time all Hawaiian sugar wns
shipped in kogs.
Alex. Garvio was a pnpuptigor
from Liverpool to Now York on
the Btoaraship City of Koine which
caught lire 30 hours from Now
Yoik. Ho says thoro waa euough
uxuitemout crowded iu thoao 30
hours to last him n lifetime. Ho
left London three days before the
Jubilee coromonins commenced,
On Suudiiy morning Mr. Wray
Taylor, organist of St. Andrew s
(Jul luul nil, will liuvo completed
his 17th year iih organist of the
(iiitlimlntl, Tliero will he ftspooial
choral unrviuo of the Huuowl Cnn
grogitU'in, Iiiigliiiilug at !);!) a, in,
AiiKMH! (lie MiileotloiiH will bu ouo
of Mr, Tavlor'ri .IiiIiIIhIoh, All
lu urn fiiiii iiml everybody U
Judge Perry has roturned from
Baseball differences havo all
boon fixed up. I
J. J. Bice and wife of Naalehu
are in the city.
"Mra. Victoria Ward arrived on
the Mauna Loa this aftornoon.
Lodge lo Progress will meet for
work in the first degree this evening.
m ni.s i-i i
xnu vuiuuBH wtuu urresicu 10
day on a charge of running a clie
Iwakami Iibb received a now lot
of bicyclers' duds and gentlemen's
.Poultry dinner and Ulua
chowder at New Market Bestau
Thero was a big crowd at the
Hawaiian hotel last evening to
hear the band concert.
Antonio Feruandes, tho Fort
street liquor merchant, has re
turned from a business trip to Ha
waii. - The oricket match arranged for
Saturday with H. M. S. Penguin
has been postponed to next Wed
nesday. Business men are roferred to
the card of Buck & Mason, collec
ting and advertising agents, in
John Awa, a Hawaiian tram
car driver is under arrest for a
criminal assault on an 11-year-old
John Bryaut, arrested for non
payment of taxes, wns roloased by
Judge Wilcox, he being over 70
years of age.
J. H. Boyd issues a cautionary
notice against trespassers on Ai
nahau, the demesno of Hon. A. S.
Oleghorn at Waikiki.
Fresh invoices of cigarettes,
cigars and tobacco have been
opened out at the Beaver Lunch
Booms, H. J. Nolto proprietor.
The bark Bithet brought down
four passeugers, viz.: C. E. Cope
land, W. B. Long, MUs Zella E.
Leighton and Miss M. L. Shieley.
Two Greek Bailors, who desert
ed from tho Iolaui before her de
parture, came from hiding today
and were immediately arrested by
Many Chinose banana planters
are pulling up their trees and
planting rice. They claim to be
unable to compete with Mexican
and Central American competi
tion iu bananas ami that rice will
Beceived, with compliments of
tho Supremo Court, Vol. X. of
Hawaiiau Beports, comprising de
cisions rendered from April 2,
1895, to March 17, 1897. The
book bears tho imprint of tho
Hawaiian Gazette Company.
C. Bosse, administrator of the
estate of D. H. Nahinu, has filed
his spcond account, with receipts
of S12G7.G0, payments of 8225.30
and balance of $1042.24. He peti
tions for leave to deliver remaind
er of property and for his dis
charge. Don't be persuaded to accept
what is not roally good in en
larged portraits, just because yon
havo given an order for one.
King Bros, will give you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can got anywhero olso
A Small Furnished Cottage, central
ly located. Address "A.," Bulletin
Orfloo, stating terms. 660 It
Residence For Sale or
Fine IludUIuucu ou Grtuu street, now
occupied by Dr. Q. V. Andrews.
Grounds acres, beautifully laid
nut, commands fine view. Vacant
& Co,, Ltd.
Apply , T. H. Duvles
HATUKDAY NEXT, tilt 2III In
ktuut, being the Ahiilvermtry of tliu
Hip Imperial Majesty oqg j3ui,
Eivporor or China,
There will nun reception ul the I'nlUd
Cliliiwe HorMy'M Hall, KhiKHtrenl,
from - lo o'clock p, m,. to wlilcli Hut
publlu uru corillully luvlied.
' (JOO KIM Kill,
Clilntku (.'niiiimmiliil Auuiit,
AUlinit fliliittufiiiiiiiiuiiilul Annul.
Honolulu, July iU, 1 6l7, WISH
Celcbrntcd for Its Rrc.it leavening fttrcnQtii
and licalllifulncia, Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. ItoTAL Marino Vow
der Co , New Yokk.
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment.
Special Agency of the
Office Specially Mn't'g Co.,
Manufacturers of the
Shannon Filing Cabinets
Office Filing Devices.
Also, Safety Document Files.
Our Patent Fiat Opening
Best in the Market.
E" Remember welare the
money savers for you.
Wall, Jjichols Co
We Can Handle
some more collections; we are
meetliiK with treat success
which menus success to onr
patrons. Drop us a card and
we will cull. It will he to
BUCK & MASON,
Coll'ting & AdvTsing Ag'cy,
317 Merchant Street.
Lodge Le Progres de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. & A. S. Rite.
There will lie a Bneclal Meeting of
Lodge Lb Proves de l'Ouennle, No.
121, A. & A. 8. Rite, ut their Hall,
Fort street, nnnr Hotel, THIS (Frl
day) EVKNING, July 23, at 7:30
WOIlIC IN THE 1'lltST DlXUtKE.
Members of llttwuiinii mid 'nulflu
lodges uud all Mijoiiriilug brethren
are fraternally Invited to attend.
Hy order of tbo W. M
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
An examination (or Teuuliero'
Primary OrtlllwUoi will lie held at
the Hlu.li Holiool, Honolulu, Wednes
day and Thumduy, July 2S ami l!fi,
ami one (or Uraiiiiiinrtlriulu CurtllU
oaten will lie held at the duiim plane
Weduemlay, Thursday mi i 1'riduy,
July 28,20 uud 110. IM)7, Hxnmliia.
lion will Ih'kIo "t lio'iilot'li it, in, each
'ltty' IIKNHV H TOWNHKND,
Inhp.uior (leueral o( Muliool,
No more shrugging of the shoulders
when rt quested to take a doe of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all dis
agreeable expressions connected with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor OU have ben put on the
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfectly disguise the taste of
Oil It has won back vat numbers of
people to Us use, who would aud child
not be Induced to abandon Its use
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
Tne'flneit quality of Castor Oil that
oan be obtained is used In the manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose Is exactly the same as
Castor OU and Children will take It
Every dose effective and no serious
X3T Price 25 cents a bottle.
Sclicol Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists at reduced prices; they
aro without exception tho finest over brought to Honolulu.
Ladies' "White Sailor Hats, 25c.
Trimmed with Ribbons, regular price 75c. and $1.00.
Hadies' White Vests, 15c.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' H"ine Black Hoso, 25c.
Or $2,50 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan and White Hose,
in Plain, Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. : : Honolulu.'
80TH1N BUT-- ,
-YOUNG UNDER CU
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orncxi 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Cartel's offloel. P. O.
2 c'iHiBHIBRKC9ld3v '
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massago, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. 8. KELLOQQ, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Notice of Removal.
Humphreys & Maclonnl I, Attor
neys and Counsellors, liavn reraored
tbelr law chambers from 113 Kaah
mnnu street to thn Damon fiulldlag,
corner Ktiig and Bethel streets.
Evening Bulletin 7Se per month.
SPECIAL SALE OF
'All Latest Styles from Europe. Also,
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
Corded and Figured Piques,
Fancy Tartan Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
I- Rumomlior thoao QooiIh aro nil Now and Up-to-tlnto,
tES. "W. JOit.3DA.UW!j3