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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 27, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
lOo. to 25c. at
Lowis & Co. nro nccnta for tho
5V& xricos unKing now-
f ii -
a. John Ash worth has closed up
$y Iris Saratoga resort to tho gonoral
J. 13. Alexander and wifo are
booked to leave on the Olaiulino
Tho great tug-of-war will como
off at the drill shed on Saturday
Theie was a big attendance at
the Emma square baud concert
J. Alfred Magoon has a very
dp"iiahle rcsidouoe on Boretnuiii
street to lot.
President and Mrs. Dole will
give a mutticalo on the evening of
J. F. iSilva has a card of thonks
to the medical and lay superinten
dents of the insano nsylum.
Hon. Edwin Dun, the retired
United Slates Minister to Japan,
is going home in the Bolgic.
Judgo Carter, Professor Max
well uud Lund Agent J. F. Brown
left on the jtfauua Loa this morn
ing. Tho engagement of E. R. Stack
able of this city to Miss Jennio
E'ifltinau of San Frnnciaco is an
nounced. The Queen Begeut ofSpain, who
will hoou have n motor carriage,
will be known a3 an "electiio
All kinds of pistol and rifle
auiinuuitiou at the Pacific Cycle
& Manufacturing Co., Love Build
ing, Fort stroet.
Tho U. S. flagship Olympia
and the French flagship Bayard
and cruiser Eclarieur wero at
Yokohama July 12.
tive says tho Queen has beon a
total abstainer from alcoholio
liquors for the past three years.
A V Howe hlmw cuts of fine
biliituu tables oE the Bruuswiuk-Balke-Collendor
Co., for which he
has the agency, in S. Both'siwiu
dow. Tho Queen of Greeco is nn ac
complished yachtswoman, holds a
master's certifioatOj and is an
hnt'ornrv admiral in the Russian
Capt. Paul Smith's daudy gift
sword and colored photographs
by the iridium process are Attract
ing many eyes in the Pacitio
Hardware Co.'s window.
Saratoga is closed as a public
resort aud now offers a pleasant
and wholesome summer retreat
to families with board or light
housekeeping as desired.
Judge Perry has approved the
accounts and ordered the (lis
charge of Mrs. Mary Aun Hill,
guardian of her minor daughter
Floss, the ward having come of
The Waialae road is receiving a
coat of macadam, a steam roller
being in operation. When the
woik is done the drive to the
farther beach will again be a
The Hawaii Bioycle is noted for
its excellence as a roadster. It is
not sold as a racer but for an all
around road wheel that will stand
hard usage if necessary and can
always bo relied upon.
Rev. H. W. Peok introduced
Rev. A. J. Boll, his succossor at
least temporarily in tho Methodist
ohuroh, nnd Rov. Mr. Forbes, a
Presbyterian minister, to Presi
dent Dole this morning.
Tho family of tho lato Mrs.
Harry Harrison wish to express
their giatitude to tho many friends
who administered to her during
her illnoss and to those who sent
floral tributes at tho funeral yes
terday. On accouut of dcrparluro, tho
furnituro for throo rooms for
light Iiouho keeping, aud a good
paying business will bo sold
choap. Apply to Madame Yulo,
nt No. Hit Nuuiinu stroet, souuud
house below tho Eaglo Houso,
Captain Field and officers of
II. It. M. K. Penguin oallod on
President Dole lit tliu capital this
morning. Minister Cooper,
. King, Lansing aud Smith wore
prosuut, and the viwltors wont
jiritHiuileil by Viuo Consul T, Ilttlu
Walker, A guaid of lioimr wan
imrtnlwl mid tho bund wiih In id
card in tins papor.
Tho Board of Health will meot
Thursday instead of tomorrow.
Tin Fook, tho alleged proprietor
of n chefa bank, is in duranco
The Government received no
word from Washington by way of
Yesterday was tho 89th birthday
of John Nott's father, who is now
in Now York.
Alfred Hartwell and brido left
for San Francisco on tho Bolgic
Pine Ohong was fined $50 in
tho police court this morning for
opium in possession.
Ah Koon and Wong Tu wore
arrested this morning and aro
held for investigation.
The other liquor cases against
John Ashworth were this morning
postponed till the 30th.
Lioool Hart gavo a luau at
Nolte's restaurant at noon today
to a few personal frionds.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wodehouse
and Professor Riohards left for
tho Volcano on the Mauna Loa to
day. Moke Maikulu is confined in
the police station awaiting an in
vestigation as to his mental condi
tion. Kaka pleaded guilty before
Judge Wilcox this morning of
soiling liquor without a license.
Sontence was suttponded.
Judge Carter goes to Molokai td
spend tho rest of the week recruit
ing his strength for hold inc. the
August term that is to open Mon
day. A special dinner and dance will
be given at the Hawaiian hotel
this evening in honor of guests
departing by the Australia tomor
row. Mitumaga, a Japanese hackman
arrested for driving without a
light, forfeited S10 bail money
rather than face the music this
Samuel Parker, his son, Mrs. C.
Fairchild aud the Misses Eva and
Helen Parker left on the itolgio
today for an extended trip to tho
Col. W. F. Allen, who went to
Jnpau for tho benefit of his health,
Iihb returned iu a rather weak
condition. Mrs. Allen is in good
health from the trip.
A passenger on the Bolgic, who
iB interested in the new tariff bill
to tho extent of 30,000 chests of
tea, says that no news of its pas
sago hud been received in Yoko
hama up to tho hour the Bolcic
Tho Oliver Typewriter is pro
nounced by expertB, tho best ma
chine iu the world. It ha many
valuable features, which have to
be seen iu order to be appreciated.
The Olirer can be seen at the
otlico of A. V. Gear, No. 210
Keoni Fulaa, Edwin Fernandes
aud three other small boys aro
uuder arrest for assaulting a Chi
naman with an iron bar. The
bar in question is a piece of 3
incb pipe about seven feet long,
about as much as any of the boys
Judge Wilcox has put in most
of tho morning hearing the parti
culars of the recent row between
Chinese and Japanese at tho Pali
road camp. All tho Chinese de
fendants are being tried together
and Attorney Robertson is looking
after their intoreBts.
In the case of Saito, tho Japa
nese medical student at Ewa
whose operations were detailed at
length in yesterday's issue, Judge
Wilcox ordered his bail money,
S250 deposited with tho Marshal,
forfeited for non-appearance iu
court this morning.
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent
of quarantine station, has beon
BUapondod for presumptivo negli
geuco in allowing opium to pass
without detection iu tho baggago
Exooutivo Officer C. B. Rey
nolds is given oxclusivu responsi
bility for the conduct of qimrai).
tiuo affairs for the present, lln
has been authorized by tho Prcsh
dent of the Board of Health to
iiugiigo J)r, B, l' DurgoHs hh chief
of guard at the wtntlon.
Tliuru liavt l)ooii landed nt tho
station fioin tint steamer Itolgio
27 (!iiiijho mid If) .iipuiiorti) con.
t aid lul)irn,
Dr. G. Waldo Burgess
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and hcalthfulnos. Assures tliu food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Hoval Hakino Pow
der Co , New Yoiik.
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest Trices
and Largest Assortment.
Special Agency of the
Office Specialty 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 we are the
money savers for you. .
Wall. Nichols Co
Great Tug of War
Given under the Aucplcea of
COMPANY C, N. G-. H.
.... AT TIIK ....
Drill Shed, Hotel St.,
Saturday Evening, July 31
AT S O'CLOCK.
Admission, 50o. and 75o.
J. S. WALKER,
(iRNEIUI, AllbNT ton HAWAIIAN IHNII,
Koyul Iutuniiire Company,
Alfiuiio Awiuuncti Cumuiiy,
AIIUwk) Hurl no uud (Jtiiirul AiMiintnca
Kim Life Auriioo Company nf ChiukU,
Wllliulum of Milmlmrn naurniiixi Coin.
Huolll.il Union umt Nulloiitil Inmirunca
Ituom VI Mpruil.iW lli'ik, Honolulu, II, I,
Ai' m v,fiuAt 'ii -ifiriiillf iwftlil ,1V,
No more shrugging of the ehouUlers
when requested to take a clo-e of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummlim TasteleHs
Castor Oil has (INpeneil with ull tliu
agreeable expressions cmiuecti-J with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Mauy new anil apparently bucop's
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil have beu put ou the
market, but since tho dltcovory of a
wy to perfectly dlsuulse the taste of
Oil it has won back vt numbers of
people to its use, who would am) could
not be induced to ubaudou Its utu
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality nf Castor Oil that
can he obtained is used In the manu
facture nf Dr. Cummins Tasteless
The dose is exaotly the samo as
Castor Oil and Children will take It
Every dose effective and uo serious
&T Price 25 cent a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCKt 203 Merchant street, Campbell
lllook rear of J. O. Carter'.) office. I'. O
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
; Crkepons Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CANVAS and BLaCK SATINS,
USJ- Itumomhcr Hioku
School Teachers, Attention!
Special Bargains This Week
Big Reduction in
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Our stock of elegant Shirt Waists at reduced prices; the
are without exception tho finest ever brought to Honolulu.
Hadics' Whito Sailor Maty, 25c.
Trimmed with llibbons, regular price 75c. and 81.00.
Ladies' White Vests, 15c.
Extra quality, fully worth 25c.
Ladies' Kino Black Hose, 25c.
Or 2.50 per dozen, guaranteed absolutely stainless.
Ladies' Tan mid White Hose,
in Plain; Drop Stitch and Open Work.
N. S. SACHS'
520 F-ort Strpor. : : Honolulu.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, nomelike Place, where Trained
Nursed, llasance, "Swedish Movement,"
ltntha. Electricity and Fhyslcitl Tralninc
may bo obtnloea.
P. 8. KEIXOGQ, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
AT REASONABLE PRICES! 1
CJooiIh aro ull Now nnd Up-to-dato.
Residence For Sale
Fine Resiilenco ou Oreo a street, law
occupied hy Dr. G. P. Anirevs.
Oroumis l?i nores, tienutlfullv IaM
ntit, rnmniAiiits fine view. Vacaat
t Mi cus t. Apply to
It. I. LTLLIE,
CU0 tt atT. U. Davles&Co., Lid.
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