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EVENING ItUliLlSTIN, AUGUST 2,. IH17,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Howard 1h ofTored fur lost pitpn.
J. 8. McCmitlloBB rcturucil from
Minlflter Damon is oxpoctori
homo on tho Doric.
OfRoora of tho John Ii Estate,
Ltd., nro ndvortisod ulsowlioro.
Mrs. Mary Iloldon offors for
snlo lior lmir dressing business.
The Dorio should be along to
night with four days' Inter nowa.
Medeiroa fe Docker, everybody's
tailors, lmve a ui'W card in (his
S. S. Australia moals aro Hot
before you at tho California res-
Katio Futnuiu and company's
repurtoiro for this week is given
Burmese children of both sexes
begin to smoke almost as soon b (
thuy can speak.
The government band will give
the usual conoert at Emma square i
Chamois and sponges aro the
topics discussed by tho Hollister .
Drug Co. today.
"Louu the Madcap" iB the at
traction at the Opera House to
Of tho 1,500,000 inhabitants of!
new xorx ouiy ivv,wv are or.
Seats can be secured now at the
Wall Nichols store for any of tho
Katie Putnam entertainments this
The Pacific Hardware company ,
exhibit a number of largo photo-'
graphs of tho great Jubilee pro
cession in London
Fon Sale Lady's Bicycle,
Sterling Special. Will sell it
cheap. Apply Buck fc Mauon,
217 Merchant street.
Biuycle lamps, bells, saddles,
spring scat posts, ropair kite, ota,
at the Pacific Cycle & Manufactur
ing Co., Love Building, Fort
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, F. &
A. M., the Sons of St. George and
tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association all have meetings on
The Hawaiian Cycle t Manu
facturing Co. have added a fine
line of tents and hammocks to their
.stosk. The goods are first-class
and prices aro very low.
The late Colonel Fred Crocker
had intended to come to Honolu
lu on tho Dorio. He had first in
tended to sail on July 7, bat he
changed the sailing day for July
27 in consequence of the absence
of his brother, W. H. Crocker.
The British ship Annie Maud is
in quarantine at San Francisco,
having had three cases of bubonic
plague on tho voyage from Cal
cutta. Ono of the men died aud
tho others aro now in quarantine
aboard tho vessel at Angol Island.
Tho Oliver Typowntor is pro
nounced by exports, tho best ma
chine in the world. It has many
valuable features, which have to
be seen in ordor to bo appreciated.
Tho Olivor cau bo seen at tho
office of A. Y. Gear, So. 210
Officer Charles Ohillingsworth
arrested a Ohiueso about 2 30 this
afternoon and charged him with
smuggling opium. He iB sup-,
posed to be the one who brought
the opium iuto the dountry
which was captured on Hackfold's
Tho anchor mon of tho Portu
guese tug-of war team sought tho
protection of the doputy-marshal
nbout 1 o'clock today, olaiming
thatnnumbor if excited Portu
guese who hail lost monoy on tho
event threatened to do him bodily
harm. He was allowed to remain
in the btatlon house.
Jailor Low may be expected
home soon, even if tho Call gives
him the wrong position in this
"personal:" "James A. Low, the
superintendent of the Queen's
Hospital at Honolulu, who has
been on a trip East, returned hero
yestorday, on route to his island
homo. Ho is registered at tho
Tho Bulletin is assured by a
loading mombor of tho Portuguese
colony that there is not a word of
truth in the roports that the
anchor man or any other mombor
of tho Portuguese teuin had boon
bought ofl'ia tho tug-of-war. Tho
only fault the Portuguoso havo to
find with their anchor man in that
ho allowed himself to drink more
wino on Saturday aftoruoun than'
was good for him,
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Ex-Judgo do la Vur(,o has re
turned from Maui.
W. L. llatdy, llio Lihuo sur
veyor, is in tho ell).
Manager A. Droinr of Eluelo
plantation isoverfiom Koloa.
British Commissioner Hawes is
reported as being much hotter.
Mrs. J. W. Girviu and daugh
ters havo returned from Kauai.
Harry Z. Austin, tho principal
pf tho Kealia school on Kauai, is
in the ciyt.
Chester Doyle has prsontod
ono of M D. Monsurrat's fiuu new
iimps of tho city-to tho Doputy
Our Niw Suiting aud
Linen CrHsh cnunot be
excelled any whti in tho
city either for Pricen,
Quality or Style.
e Grantee Satisfaction. $
1DM0S& DECKER I
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Wavrrlry iliilldlntf. J3
TVIeitlioue fltl i, o. Hox
.... AND ....
Her Comedy Company
Repertoire For THIS WEEK:
" LENA, THE MADCAP."
" THE OLD LIME KILN."
Matinee bill will be announced on
tivulst for the week cau be seeureil
at Wall, NIuIiiiIh Compuny.
A Saddle Pony, very gentle and ac
customed to uhlliiriiti. Apply to 8. P.
Woods at T. U. Davles.
Lo3t on 28th July Two Bull Terrier
Pups, male aud female about 2 months
old. AddrebS "Bam," Bulletin
Notlco la hereby given that, com
mencing with July 31-t, we will Issue
all personal bills monthly instead of
quarterly as heretofore.
U73-3t M. MelNERNY.
Owing to sudden departure for San
Francisco, Mrs. Mary Holden offers
for Bale her Hair Dressing Business on
the corner of Adams La no aud Hotel
Street. This lnoludes lease of build
ing, containing 5 furnished rooms and
kitchen. Inquire at 218 Hotel street.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
the John 11 Estate, Limited, held July
22, 1807, tho following ofllcers wore
elected to serve until the next annual
President Henry Hoi mes
First Vice-President. ...J. A. Magoou
Second Vice President. . IroutH Brown
Treasurer and Muuager..O. A. Brown
Secretary 8 M. Ballou
6. M. BALLOU.
671 3t Secretary.
A "p v v
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
nrt licaltliCuIners. Assures the food ifpnnst
slum and til forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. Royal IUkino I'ow
eh Co , New York.
tho place to buy your
which go to complete a
largo stock . . . .
We' hnve saved '
money in tho past.
g- Wo will save you mo
noy in tho future. Try us I
S. S. Australia
As you well know
has always been noted
for its excellent tables.
If you wish a meal like
vou got on the Australia
call at the California
Boyd, long Chief Cook
in the Australia, bosses
the kitchen. One meal
and you will become a
King Nt.,' near Alakca.
Building aijd Loan Jociafcion
The Regular Monthly Mooting
will be held at the Chamber of
Cnmmerco on MONDAY EVEN
ING, August 2, 1897, at 7:30
K2T Payments aro roquirod in
A. V. GEAR,
G73-2t . Socrotary.
Notloe Is heroby given that state
meuts of all person ul aeuoiiuts will bo
lBSueJ monthly iusteail of quarterly,
as heretofore. J. H. MARTIN.
Houolulu, July 30, 1807. 173 it
We have Just received a large con
elgnment.of Chamois of all sizes, mcli
an assortment has never before bt-en
offered to consumers in this country.
Special care being given to the mU-o-tton
of Chamois that are suitable for
We have at all times enjoyed the
reputation of oarrylng In Mock the
very best quality of Sponges that are
grown, ana we aim to coutinue to
bear the reputation in the future
Our last consignment of Mediterra
nean Sponges are on exhibition In
our window and we court comparison
with those carried by the Arms deal
ing In that line.
There Is as much difference in
Sponge h there is in clotb and when
you purchase a Sporjgo from us you
can rest assured that you are getting
full value for your money aud no de
ception; catch prices in Sponges are
dangerous, because good Sponges are
like gold coin the world over.
Heforo InvoHing in goods in this
line como mid Inspect oursiooks, wo
feel confident that we can Interest and
save you money by so doiug.
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY POBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Officii 203 Merchant street, Campbell
isiock rear or. J. u. uarterg officej.
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!
sS- Remember theso Goods arc all Now and Up-to-dato.
6'20 Fort Street.
Black Figured Silk Grenndino.
Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins.
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 ITort Street.
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The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Names, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Eleotricity and Physical Training
P. S. KELLOGQ. M. D..
Telephone 639. Superintendent,
SPECIAL SALE OF'
Latest Styles from Europe.
: : Honolulu:1
ir &am rauuio
Residence For Sale
Fine Residence ou Green street, mv
occupied liy Dr. G. P. AnJrewm.
Groumls ,i acres, lienutlfully laM
out, cooitiiutiils fluo vluw. Vaeaftt
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LTLLIE,
600 tf atT. H. Davie & On., LtL
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