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EVENING BULLETIN, AUAU8T J, 1897.
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LOCAL AND OBNBKAL.
Dr. MoKlhbln Iiuh gono to
Tho IJonril of Ilonllh in in boh
ston this nftornoon,
John M. G. Sheldon is llawai
ian intorprctor for tho August
Tho People's Express Co. soli
cit your patrouuyo in a card elao
whore. Tho Cricket Club nmokor will
be ono of the attractions for Sit
Eobort Pnrkor Jr. and J. Losllo
have boon given positions on the
"Fniio'ion" will bo prodncod
by Miss Putnam tomorrow night
Booure Hunts early.
Tho governmo.it hand will givo
a moonlight concert nt Thomas
square tins evening.
Judgo Wilcox gave Ah Chong
30 days in jail thin imrning for
opium in possession.
There will be no drill of the
Second Battalion, First Ilegimont,
next Friday evening. Postponed.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort stroot,
from $1.00 per week up.
Tho return cricket mutch be
tween the Penguin and local
elevens cornea oil' this afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Humphreys & Mucdonald's law
partnership is dissolved, nud Mr.
Humphreys goes it alone at King
and Bethel streets.
Mr. and Mis. G. AV.K King
have gonoral sympathy in the
rather sudden death "of their
Fon Sale Lady's Bicyole,
Sterling Special. Will soil it
cheap. Apply Buck & Mtisou,
217 Merchant streot.
John E. Bush bus accepted the
position of Hawaiian clerk and
interpreter in the law oflioe of
Col. G. F. Little at Hilo.
Among tho arrests made today
was that of E. D. Tracy, non-jny-mont
of taxos, and Ah Song for
chofa tiokots in possession.
George Hons reports heavy
rains on Maui, denying at the
same time recent tales of fabulous
prices for a eup of water on that
Manager Dreier and J. S. Mo
Candloss went to Eletdu yestorday
to arrange for starting an experi
mental well for Mr. Droier'a plan
tation. .Howards of S10 oach are offered
for tho arrest of Francis Lee and
a Japanese named Kashyakara,
deserters from tho U. S. S. Phila
delphia. In tho polico court this morn
ing F. J. Testa, charged with as
sault and battery by G. Carson
Konyon, was reprimanded and
"Lena tho Madoup'' will be
played at tho Matinee on Satur
day by Katie Putnam. Fifty and
25 cunU will bo tho prices. Seats
aro now on sale.
Au officer of tho Philadelphia
?aid yestorday that tho Oregou
would certainly come to Honolulu.
Preparations huvo alrondy boon
made to supply her with ooal.
The largest and best assortment
of bicycle lamps ever shown in
Honolulu can bo soon at the Ha
waiian Oyclo & Manufacturing
Co.'s, opposite Lewers & Cooke's,
on Fort street.
Mrs. 0. W, Ashford gave a
party yosterday afternoon to in
troduce Miss Eastmun, the afli
ancod of Mr. Staokuble. About
lfnO ladies woro present, greatly
Admiral Boardsloo entertained
President and Mrs. Dolo, U. S.
Ministorand Mrs. Sowall, Chief
Justice und Mrs. Judd, Mrs.S. M.
Dumou and a fow othors at din
ner last evening on the flagship.
President Dolo, Minister King
and Surveyor Dodgo rodo up into
the Makiki forest yesterday to see
tho guvorumont proparty und got
out of tho baking in town. To
morrow tho Banio party will take
saddlo for the Pali.
Hoopii, a Hawaiian girl, was
arrostod at 1 o'clock today on
complaint of tho South Soa Isl
ander who acts as valet of tho
captain of II. M. S. Penguin, who
Bays hIio robbed him of a valuablo
ring and !f8 in money this morn-lug.
BY WAY W HEW ORLEANS
Nt'..r Y F. A It's M'dAlt CltOl' 4JOI
to new Turk.
Leeal nr Mca In Cnnforsueii Willi a
Ncprtitnlallvf. of Wllllami,
tlllnmid A Co.
Frcquont conferences aro taking
placo bolwcen Mr. O. T. Sowall,
representing tho San Francisco
firm of Williams, Dimond t Co.,
and the local sugar men. Whilo
Mr. Sewall ostensibly came down
to confer with the local firms of
H. Haokfeld fc Co., Thoo. H. Da
vies & Co. and Schaofer ifc Co., for
whom they have been acting as
San Francisco agents, it is said
that his real object is to consum
mate arrangements with the local
combination by which the great
bulk of the island sugar
goos to Now York from now on
by way of New Orleans. It was
said today that thoso -arrangements
have so far progressod that
a call for n general meeting of
planters to ratify as an association
the agreements ontored into with
tho individual membors has boon
This agreemont calls for tho
shipment of sugar from Honolulu
to Oakland wharf from wlienoo it
will be transferred to Southern
1'ueitio railway curs and hauled
to.Nuw Oilcans, some 2000 miles.
Fr 'in Now Orleans it will again
be shipped on the atoauiois of the
Morgan line, which is controlled
by the couthoin Pacific, and
landed on the Morgan dock in
Now York, from whenco it goos
to the Now York roiinory.
Tho advantages of this arrange
ment over the Capo Horn route
aro many. In the first placo the
island fleet is given full employ
ment, by which both San Francis
co and Honolulu nre largely bene
fited in many ways which need
not be specified. The Southern
Paoifio Company makes a good
thing in hauling to Now Orleans
and iu employing a large fleet of
steamers, partly idle from the
falling off in Cuban business.
But most important of all is the
saving to the Hawaiian planters
in time and insurance. Under
the new arrangement sugar
can now bo laid down iu New
York in about six weeks instead
of from four to six months over
tho Horn route, and tho planters
receive their money just that
much soouer. In addition tho
money saved in insurance in tho
differouco betweon weeks and
mouths will bo a considerable
item, whilo the saving from loss
on polarization on the trip will bo
It is reported that the first nows
of tho defection of Theo. H. Da
vies & Co. from tho local combine
came to Williams, Dimond & Co.
who, it is said, in answer to a letter
to T.H.Davies concerning these ar
rangements, received a very curt
roply l-ptorring thorn to J. D.
Spreckols & Co. as his future
agents in fuoh matters.
Tho defection of this firm seems
to huvo had the only cflont of
rendering the balance of the com
bination more determined to hang
together and it is intimated that
as a result of their efforts at least
two of the plantations for which
they have beon acting will sook
Notice of Dissolution.
Tho copartnership heretofore exist
ing between A. B. Humphreys and
S. J. Mncdonalri for the practice ot
law under the llrm uume of Humph
reys & Macdonald has been dissolved.
Mr. Humphreys will occupy the otU
ces at corner of King aud Bethel
stroets, aud will attend to all civil
matters now In the hands of the llrm.
HUMPHREYS & MACDONALD.
A. S. HUMPHREYS,
8. J. MAODONALD.
Honolulu, August 4, 1697. 007-0t
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
Office: 207 Merchant Htkm.t,
Furniture nnd Pianos care
Baggage Checked at Your Home.
EivHlNd us UI- 070 :m
lictninn llullctin, 76c. jier month.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
nrt ticultlirulnets. Assures tlio fond ugalnst
slum and oil forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. ltoTAL llAKINO l'ow
deu Co , New Yoiik.
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . . . .
Like Ours 1
B& Wo havo naved you
money in the past.
BSF Wo will save you mo
noy in tho future. Try us 1
S. S. Australia
As you well know
has always been noted
for ils excellent tables.
If you wish a meal like
you 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 Alukcii.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned has been appointed
by the Honorable Alfrrd V. Carter,
Circuit Judge of the Eirt Circuit, Re
public of Hawaii, to be Administrator
lor the Estate of John Kennedy, de
ceased, Intestate, at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on the lOlh day of July, A.
D. 1807. Therefore notice is hereby,
glveu to those who have any claims
against the estate of the said John
Kennedy, to present tho same at tho
Ofllceof Paul Neumann, 211 Merchant
Street, Honolulu, within six months
from this date or they will forever be
00 i 4t GEORGE ANDREWS.
A Saddle Pony, very guntlo and ao
customed to children. Apply to 8, P.
Woods at T. II. Davies. 07 t-lw
We have lint received a large eon
slgniiH'iit.ot Chamois of all alzvs, nuoh
mi ft'sortnuml has never before bueu
otlVred lo conatimers In this country.
Heclal care being given to the elec
tion of Chamois that are suitable for
We havo at all times enjoyed tho
reputation of carrying In stock the
very bent quality of Sponges that are
grown, and we aim to continue to
uear me reputation in tnn future.
Our last consignment ot Mediterra
nean Spougei aro on exhibition in
our window and wo court comparison
with those carried by the firms deal
ing in luaiuuo.
Thoro is as much difference in
Spongo as there Is in cloth and when
you purchase a Spouge from us you
cau rest asured that you are getting
full value for your money and uo de
ception; catch prices in Sponges are
dangerous, because good Sponges are
like gold coin the world over.
Beforo Investing In goods In this
lino come and Inspect our stocks, we
feel confident that we etui Interest and
save you money by eo doing.
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY PDBLIC ani TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant stroot, Campbell
Block rear ot J. O. Oartor's office. V. O.
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!
IS- Romomber theso Goods aro nil Now and Up-to-dato.
N. S. Sachs, 1
oO Fort Street. JH
I Black Figured Silk Grenadine, i ':fflm&
llUff Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins. Vl JPh
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of TafFota and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc , Etc.
HuW Lot of Taffeta and Moire Ribbons. '' ilB
N. S. SACHS'
5QO Fort Street. :
WIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWmPZ
TO THE OATS BEINSPOASTEDs.
WHILE AIL OTHER BSMDSWEI
STEAMED. THE ROASTING
GIVES ft PE.CUUAH
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homolike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movouieut,"
Baths, Electrioitv and Physloal Traiulng
may bo obtainod.
I'. . KKI.IJIHH, M. It.,
t- Z4 ii-.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Latest Styles from Europe.
vtv ivrura Rpands
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SZ (CAUFORNIAST.A tual
SAN FRANC1SC0.CAL ASiiOOD
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, bow
occupied by Dr. O. P. Andrews.
Grounds 1? acres, beautifully UI4
out, commands flue view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
it. i. iiiiiUiiii,
GGrt tt at T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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