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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY flO, 1807.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A drills this ovoning.
Sco wlint Tlio Knoll BayB toiluy,
Butler is (load but Durrant still
Tho will of R. W. Meyor is pro
bated. Tho will of Jos. Lnznrua is con
tested, Tho Wakefield and Wiso caso is
Fix your oyo on tbe fork crown
Ohicf Justice Judd was on tbo
bencb this morning.
Wm Q Irwin was much better
but still weak at last accounts.
Tbe Income Tax Act comes be
fore tbo Suprome Court on Thurs
day. E. G. Maofarlano was not strong
enough to return homo in tho
The next mail from tbe Coast
will come on tho Doric, duo on
Win. Auld issues a notice as
agent for Queen Dowagor Eapio
Tho Aorangi from Sydney will
bo due on the 18th instead of the
11th of August.
Honolulu's big store that's
Wall, Nichols Co.'s shows the
buying public bow to save 'money.
An interview on tbo quarantino
station suspensions is held over
for want of spauo when it was
The President and Mrs. Dole
entortaiued n lurge number of
society peoplo at a musicalo last
British Vico-consul T. R.
Walker has gone to Hilo to look
after the British Commissioner,
who is ill.
Katio Putnam will open iu Lit
tle Maverick. It is an interesting
piny. Seats for tomorrow night
are now on sale.
J.' W. Smith of tho Pearl City
Fruit Co. has our thanks for a
copy of the St. Louis Republic
sent from tbat city.
If you have a cut tire take it to
the Pacific Cycle & Manufactur
ing Co., Love building, Fort
street, and have it vulcanized.
Thoso who were fortunate
enough to bo cntortained by the
OffioGitj' club last evening say
they bad a very enjoyable lime.
The reserved seat salo of Ratio
Putunm opened well this morning.
The company is a good one and
tbo season promises to bo a big
Chester Doylo entertained a
number of personal friends at
dinner yesterday at tho Hawaiian
hotel, the occasion being his 25th
The Hawaiian Cycle it Manu
facturing Co. are doing consider
able gun repair work. They hnvo
a hrst-class expert gunsmith and
aro guaranteeing all of their
Rev. Henry N. Hoyt, D. D.,
Pustor of tho First Congregational
chinch of Sacrainouto will supply
tbo Central Union church pulpit
during tho vncation of pastor Bir
nio. Dr. Hyde will arrive on tbe
Doric due here Aug. 8.
Tho whole front page of tbo
New York Dramatio Mirror of
July 10 is taken up with pioturps
of Hurry Corson Clarko in dif
ferent characters. Mr. Clarke
writes to the Bulletin tbat he
will bo horo in Novombor with
Creoio, 2:15, sire of Javelin,
2:09J, was rallied off at Honolulu,
lust month, and the happy winner
is going to Bell this horse iu Aus
tralia. Creole was a game iitilu
pacer when campaigned by Tuos.
Snider, on the California circuit.
Breeder and Sportsman.
Q. H. Borroy received a tele
gram on yesterday's etoamor
stating that his mother was
daugerously ill at Graves' Mill,
Yirgiuia. If ho does uot reooivo
definite news of hor condition by
tho mail on Tuesday ho will leave
for Virginia on tho Aorangi which
loaves August 0.
Those Very Donlrublu VtumUw on
Niiimiui ktrtul at prBmit ocuuplwl liy
McNMrn, Kminuliilli & Co. uro (or runt,
Vacant Auinmt '"
(I7D at j", A, HUH A HI'BIl A CO
Jircnl JIulleliH 76o per month,
PCM. MSA It at nkattm:.
KihI n liiirtnr Ulin Mn Hi-M'nlly III j
Readers of this paper will ro
mombor tho rocent arrival on one
of tho China steamers of Dr. H.
C. Hinkle and wifo from San
Francisco and little difficulty
they got into with the authorities
over the discovery of some opium
in one of their trunks.
A Seattle dispatch of July 13
gives tho following account of tbo
doctor's sudden death: '
"Dr. Henry C. Hinkle, a promi
nent physician of Oakland, Out.,
dropped dead of heart disease in
his apartments in tho Russell
House tonight. He was walking
about tbe room talking toMrs.
Hinklo and suddenly swooned,
sinking to the floor. Physicians
wore immodiately summoned, but
I before their arrival lifo was ex
tinct. Coroner Yandell, who was
called in later, said death resulted
from heart failure. Dr. Hinklo,
accompanied by bis wifo, came to
Seattle about five weeks ago from
Honolulu, whithor ho went in
quest of health."
Till- Walltlkl Itnnd.
There is some very loud kick
ing going on over the condition of
the Waikiki road, which is only
sprinkled somi-occasionally now.
The heavy traffic over the road is
grinding tho coral top dressing
into fine dust and it will soon
cost ten times as much for re-
1 pairs as it would for daily sprin
kling. Mr. Biown, Suporintou
' dfut of tbe Water Works, says
that additional hydrants have
been placed along the road, that
there is abundance of water for
sprinkling and be knows of no
reason why it should not bo used.
An explanation would appear to
bo in order fioni Road Supervisor
Cumnuugs, the mnu who is res
ponsible for tbo present condition
of affairs on the principal drive
way of the city.
llugcy Sin oil or.
Tho Ilngoy Institute Club fiuo
ly illustrated its ontortainiug
Oiipuoitios at a smoker last night
President A. B. Sorimgeour
was relieved nt intervals in tbe
chair by J. T. Stewart and J. A.
Mohrten. Contributions were
made in music, elocution and
speechifying, by Prof. Yarudley,
0 H. WlutH, Editor Vander
vecr of Sua Bretzes, Editor
Norrio of tho Independent,
Mossrp. Kenyon, Black, Farmer,
Hughes, Stewart, R. S. Sorim
geour, Hollander, Herbert, Thomp
son, Wright and otheis. "Church
u anions" were kept aglow and
lemonades kept whistles inno
Opening of Season.
.... AND ....
Her Comedy Company
Best Seats, - $1.00.
gST Tickets ou Sale at Wall,
Nlcnols Co. 672 6t
Building Bijd Loan jooiafcion
THE REGULAR MICETING
will bo hold nt tho Ohimibor of
tinmmorou on MONDAY EVEN
ING, Augtut a, 18!)7, ut 7:!l0
IU? Payments urn icqulrml in
A. V, OHAJl,
Celebrated for Ita great leavening ttrcngth
and hcalllifulncs. AMtiren t lie food uitalnst
alum and all form? of adulteration common
to the cheap brand. Itorxi, Hakino I'ow
DKii Co , New Yoiik.
tho place to buy your
which go to complcto a
Like Ours 1
jg" Wo have pnved you
money in the past.
BGT We will save you mo
ney in tho future. Try us I
Great Tug of War
Given under the Auspices of
COMPANY 0., N. G. H.
.. AT TUB
Drill Shed, Hotel St.,
Saturday Evening, July 31
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Admission, 50c. and 75c.
Attention, Company A.
'Comiunv A., N.O.H.,
Honoi.uii;, July :iO, b'J",i
AlWory MeiuW of thin Cuinmuinl U
liurcby onlurud to ruiurt ut tlio Drill
Hliml TIIIH (I'iMiij) l'.VJ'.Nl.Sd,
July 10. nt ItV) iMiteV, for
(J7'J.( (Ntlilulu (!oiiliiauiliim.
No more shrugging of the shoulders
when requested to take a dose of
Ca9tor Oil. Dr. Cummins Tasteless
Castor Oil has dispensed with all dls
ngreenble expression connected with
taking Castor Oil.
PLEASANT TO TAKE
Many new and apparently success
ful preparations to take the place of
Castor Oil havo hwn put ou the
market, but since the discovery of a
way to perfeotly disguise the taste of
Oil it has won back vast numbers of
people to'lts use, who would and could
not be induced to abandon Its 'use
TASTES LIKE HONEY.
The finest quality of Castor Oil that
can be obtained is used In tbe manu
facture of Dr. Cummins Tasteleta
Tbe dose Is exactly the same as
Castor Oil and Children will take It
Every dose elTectlvo and no serious
GT Price 25 cents a bottle.
Hollister Drug Co.,
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Officii 203 Merchant Btreet, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's offioe. P. O.
Fine Dress Goods.
Shot and Figured Mohairs,
Crepons, Black and Colored Brocades,
STRIPED CAMAS and BLACK SATINS,
Corded and Figured Piques,
Fancy Tartan Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
&7 llomoinbcr thoso Goods nro nil Now and Up-to-date.
520 Fort Street.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins." , . r
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of TafFeta and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc , Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. : : Honolulu.
" i - -- " rtisamrM7fWrl
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, Homellko Plnco, where Trained
Nnrses, Mansaee, "Swedish Movoment,"
Baths, Elootriolty and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. 8. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
"V0UMG TENDER COW
M VM rittUKS
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, iov
occupied by Dr. G. P. Andrews.
Grounds VI acres, haiitlfullv laid
out, commands fine view. Vacant
1st ugust. Apply to
It. I. LILME,
666 tf at T. H. Davies & Co., UU.
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