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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar Jjj no clintic
Hoo card ot tlio Hawaiian Hoila
Uird aecd 10c tho pound at
Tho Board of Health is in bcb-
sion this aftornoon.
The Officers' club will entertain
few frionds thtH ovuuing.
Poultry dinner at the Now
Market llestnurant tomorrow.
Minister Damon was in Ban
Francisco when tho Moaua left.
N. H. Sachs calls attontion to
eorao very attractivo new goods.
Two and a half inches of rain
Ml at Luakaha in ono shower
Thi Moana left San Francisco
on Friday last at 2 p. in., being
just G days on the trip.
Boat crews from tho different
clubs have alrrndy started prao
tiso for tho coming regatta.
J. Alfred Magoon, president of
tho Tax Appoal Court, aunounces
itH sitting on Monday next.
Eeokua, for non-payment of
taxes, was finid S5 50 and S2 costs
this morning by Judge Wilcox.
Miss Margaret Powers of Ko
halawaB married to Fred Waldron
of McOhesuoy ifcHous on tho 19th.
The sale of 500 barrels of Port
land cement by Jas. F. Morgan
will take place at 11 n. m. tomor
row. The Presidents cup, won in the
11th of June rucee, is on exhibi
tion at the Pacific Hardware Co.'b
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany call attontion today to a full
lino of carpentors' tools and udo
J. T. Watorhouses have now
goods suitable for the Reason to
which they invite tho attention of'
latlioR through this paper.
If you have a cut tire take it to
tho Pacific Cycle fe Manufactur
ing Co., Love building, Fort
strcot, and have itvulcauized.
Tin Hook pleaded guilty of Lav
ing chefa tickets in possession in
the polico court this morning and
Judgo Wilcox fined him $30 and
Victoria and San Franoisco
papers speak of the officers of the
Japaneso man-of-war Hiyoi as
very pleasant gontlemen and first
The Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co. are doing consider
able gun repair work. They have
a lirst-class expert guuBmitu and
aro guaranteeing all of their
The choir of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's will
meet for rehearsal Friday evening
at 7:80 o'clock at tho residenco of
Mrs. Cbas. Ii. Cooper, Hotel
If the Japanese aro curious to
knoiv what has become of their
annexation protest they ought to
interview the intelligent colored
man who cleans out Secretary
Sherman's waste basket. Chro
nicle. Charles Peterson, the Diamond
Head lookout keeper, desires to
thank Consul-General Haywood
for the new United States Signal
Code, also the Commercial News
of San Francisco for its review of
commorco and shipping.
The Oliver Typewriter is pro
nounced by experts, tho best ma
chine) in tho world. It has many
valuable features, which have to
be seen in ordor to bo appreciated.
Tho Oliver can be seen at the
office of A. V. Goar, No. 210
Auction Sales by Jijs. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
TO-MORROW, July 30th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Wharf, foot ot Nuunnn street,
I will sell ut Publlo Auction,
JuHt Iiimled in wood criler pur "(Iron
hllilft" from Liverpool.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
jr'iiici tnv .torriMM
Infmnr Tm Arl rnrt Kit in llir
The order to bIiowciuiho agaitmt
Messrs. Wakefield and WIho was
continued till tomorrow, to await
the arrival of Chief Justico Judd
from the United States.
H. Holmes, trustoo, Li Cheung,
Mrs. Emily K. Mehrten, Edward
lloro and tho Chineso Young
Men's Christian Association by
their attorneys, Kiunoy & Ual
lou, e.ntor a demurrer to tho com
plaint in ejectment of S. Ahmi.
Other defendants had previously
demurred as reported.
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock
makes return on execution for
S127.25, in tho suit of 8. M. Bal-
I lou Vbt Poi I) at, that no property
' belonging to Poi Fat cau bo
James Campbell vs. Jonathan
Shaw, Assessor First Taxation
Division. Bill for injunction. A.
S. Hartwoll and Kinney & Ballnu
for plaintiff; A. G. M. Robertson
for defendant. Judge Perry after
hearing arguraont makes a decreo
pro forma, sustaining tho
demurrer and drumming the bib.
Plaintiff thereupon appeals to the
Supremo Court. Similar procea '.
ings take place in the cognate ease
ot Honolulu Iron Woikn tjgtihiot
tho Tax Assessor, with same
counsol. The suits are to dis
credit the Income Tax Act.
TIIK JIOANA'H IMNKUltHN.
The Veel .Hade n Fine Hnu llitwn In
Following is the passenger list
of the R. M. S. Moana, which left
San Frauch-co on July 23 at 2 p.
m., discharged pilot at 3:10 p. m.
nnd arrived at tho wharf hero at
2 o'clock this aftornoon, boing
G days from wharf to wharf:
A J Campbell and wife, A C
Bulofson and wife, T V Meeorve
and wife, Chief Judtice Judd and
wife, G Haubach and wife, H B
Emery and wife, J D O'Hara and
wife, J B Castle and wife, Mrs F
W Hart, Mis M Stnckmeyer, '
L A Dickey, V C Parke, F H
Greenobaum, J H Nishwitz, O V
Coelln, O Barik, W H 'looker,
Howard Scott, Miss A Watson,
Miss N M White, Robt Jefferson,
J H Burns, J B Johnson, M
Hyman, Dr B W Anderson, C M
Cooke, C M Cooke, Jr, C J Walsh,
Mrs J Lvcett and 2 children, Mrs
K Makins, Mr, Mrs and Misb
Gannon, G A Russell, J B Ball,
J Bettencourt, J Azevodo, Jas
Muuroe, S B Ross, J T Wright,
O H Jollett, H D Peppard, F
Muller, J D McLeod, Otto Nel
son, ii Ross.
In addition to tho above tho
Moana had about 05 through
WAl.DRON'-VOWER" At Kotiala, Hawaii,
Julj III, IMI7, at the resldcucu ol Or and
Mrs It I) Bond, by the ltev AUluCMrom,
Frederick Wuldruu to Muruaret l'oen.
MOOltE-At Lalialnalnns, Maul, July at, of
iiuliiioimry (oinunipllon, l.ula L Muorv,
formerly t'rluclnal of l'uiiahou Prepara
tory School, aged :t3)eur.
For Rent Elegantly Fur
A Residence ou BereUnla, near
Peusauola street, lu Honolulu, con
taining dou hie parlors, two large bed
rooms, dining room, sewing room,
kltclitn. pantry, storeroom and bath
room. Iu the yard Is a 2-Room Cot
tage, stable for two horses and car
riage house. The yard is planted with
rare and beautiful flower, shrubs und
hade treee. Buildings and grounds
iu pel feci order. Apply lo
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
669-lw Next Post Otllce.
J. J. RICE,
.A-ttorney at Law
210 King Strcot.
S. I WASHITA,
Watchma- tffo Gold & Sil
ker, jtg versmith.
No, 417 Nuuauu street, next (o Love's
EiTCui'AriKT is Tow.v Jt
Those, Very Dual ruble Premises on
Xuuunii street ut present ovuttpied by
Messr. Ktnmeluth U Co. are for rent.
Vacant Atigti'l 1st.
(170 at F. A. HUH A KK15U A CO,
EVENING UULLET1N, iiUlA" !!), 181)7.
Celebrated or lt irnl leavening utrctiRth
anil ln-ulllifuliiKn. Axsiirea tlio food ojjaltist
alum nml nil form of adulteration common
lo tho L'lu'aji tumult. Uovai. IIakinu Tow
iiku Cii , Nr.w Yoiik.
Staple and Fancy Novelties
before purchasing elsewhere.
Absolutely Lowest 'Prices
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.
EEF" Remember we are the
money savers for you.
Great Tug of War
Given undtr the Au?plces of
COMPANY C, N. G. H.
Drill Shed, Hotel St.,
Saturday Evening, July 31
AT b O'CLOCK.
Admission, 50c. and 75c.
House and Lot For Sale.
On Youug street, town side of
Thomas Bquarc, New House of olx
rooms, Including purlor, three bed
rooms, dlnlng-mom and kitchen, bath
and servant's room, sheds ami out
houses. LotH3 feet Iront by 151 feet
deep, garden und fruit bearing trees,
amu DCI TftUt n IUU1II, niu-iin win. WMI-
houses. LotH3 feet Iront by 161 feet
Title guaranteed perfect. Apply ou
premises, or to
utM. H. minimum .fc Co. 'h.
No more shrugging of the shoulders
when requested to take a doso of
Castor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all ills
agreeable expression 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 tho
market, but since tho discovery of a
way to perfectly disguise the taste of
Oil it has won baok vast numbers of
people to its use, who would and could
not bo Induced to abandon its uso
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality df Castor Oil that
cm be obtained Is used In the manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tastelees
The dose is exactly the same as
Castor OU and Children will take It
Every dose ellectlvo and no serious
1ST Price 25 cents a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
HOTARY PDBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrricR: 203 Merchant street, Gurapbel)
Blook rear of J. O. Carter's office, P. O.
. . . Fancy Ribbons
Fine Dress Goods . . .
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored
STRIPED CANVAS and BLACK SATINS,
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
.VST Remember thoao Goods nro nil Now and Up-to-date.
lftll Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
II U If Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins.
il A Black nnd Colored Silks.
HU If Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
iA.f Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of Tnflcta nnd Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc , Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu.
WKlnl I llfTllD) 2Jy VITIMO? CONTAIN MOBC "
I 'i'Jaeiarwill proe their irenf "',' ' "- L J
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Qniet, nomelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Elootriclty and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. 8. KELLOQO, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Latest Styles from Europe.
H ' i
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, now
occupied by Dr. Q. P. Andrews.
Grounds 1? acres, lieautifully laid
nut. commatids flue view. Vacaat
i 1st Migust. Apply to
It. I. LIIAilE,
' 660 tt at T. H. Davl .2. . r.a.
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