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EVENING BULLETIN, At'Ot'ST 0, 1837,
LOCAL AND OENKKAL
Coinpnuy D 1iih drill tonight.
Tho ICiirIi tnlkn of Imtlor clotlits
ntul unaktioa nt low pricoa.
Ulua chowder nml giimo nt Now
Market llestaurant tomorrow.
Company A will go into camp
at Makes Island tomorrow morn
ing. Folynosian Encampment, I. O.
O. F., Las regular mooting to
night. One inoli of rain full at Luakn
ha in tho 24 hours preccditig Inst
Tho Catholic Ladies' Benevo
lent Socioty is in session this
John F. Colburn is seriously ill
with stomnch trouble nt his home
on tho Funinsuln.
Elevon knnukns woro nrroptod
thiB morning for playing Russian
wur on tho waterfront.
Japnneso officer Tomn Abo nr
rested a Chinese this afternoon
for cruelly beating his horse.
Kawailmu was reprimanded by
Judgo Wilcox this morniug for
disobodienco to his pnrents.
Rudolph Duncan wad married
to Miss Sarah Peterson yesterday,
liov. H. H. Parker officiating.
Judgo Wilcox this morning post
poned the trial of Wong Lum, no
cusod of smuggling, until tho
Family matinee nt tho theatre
tomorrow afternoon. Katie Put
nam will appear as "Lena tho
Tho concert at tho hotel this
evening by the combined flagship
and government bands will draw
ont a big crowd.
The choir of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's cnthwtral
will have practise this evening at
7:30 at the cathedral.
Pound master Eekuene has a
notice in another column of stock
impounded by him, consisting ot
a bay mare and groy colt.
Tribune bicycles in particular
and other makes in general form
the theme of the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s new mattor in this
The wedding of Miss May
Atkinson and Marshal Brown is
set for August 17th at 10 a. m.
The honeymoon will bo spent on
Tho theatre train Saturday next
will leave Ewa Mill at 6:30 p. m.
arriving iu Honolulu at 7:30. The
return train will loavo for Wai
auao 30 minutes after the close of
the theatre. The regular 5:10
train on Saturday will run to
Ewa Mill only.
A Circuit Court notico in the
matter of the guardianship of
Thomas Metcnlf, a minor, requir
ing the nest of kin and others
interested to show crubc why a
cortuin order of salo of real estate
should not be made, appenrs in
The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has elected the following
officers: John Ena, president;
Cecil Brown, vice president; L.
M. Vetleson, treasurer; Godfrey
Brown, auditor; H. M. von Holt,
secretary; and the above with T.
F. Lausing to form a board of
P. F. Ryan, the genial minnger
of the reliable old Anchor, tins so
cured an able assistant in William
Carlisle, late of the Hawaiian
Hotel. At the Anchor the famous
Seattle beer is on tap, and half-and-half
compounded at "two for
a quartor." The Anchor main
tains its reputatiou for superior
brands of whiskies, as well as of
other liquors, wines, etc.
"r.tNCIION" LtftT NIGHT.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
ni.tii:jA'Kr.r ca.iipiii.m, on iuiai,
I'OK AHIVUI.r. I
I.tMna by J4m Carter en the Valui
of Time Luiirai Will Pro
A verdiot of "guilty of attempt"
was found in tho cbbo of Houry
J Lunning, who will bo brought up
for souteuco tomorrow morniug.
Tho trial of Walker, a U. S. N.
bluejacket, for assault upon a Jap
anese, began this afternoon. Paul
Neumann nosists Deputy Attor
ney General E. P. Dolo in tho
prosecution, whilo .Maudonald ap
pears for tho defense. Judge Car
ter overruled a motion for contin
uance till Monday, made by tho
prosecution to await n witness who
is a sailor on tho steamer Kinau.
Ho hold that tho prosecution
should havo given notico of the
motion, so that uuother cnao might
have boon set for trial. It would
not be right that the Court and
jury should have their time thus
wasted, especially iu view of tho
long calendar to be disposed of.
The following jury is empaneled:
A F Gilfillan, M A Gonsalves, F
S Lyman, T S Douglas, C L
Brown, 0 F Murray, J E Tracy,
KBG Wallace, O B Gray, W H
Smith, 0 Hustaco Jr, and J D
The lucome Tax cases aro on
their second day's hearing boforo
the Supremo Court.
A. S. Humphreys, attorney for
plaintiff, files exceptions to the
reinstatement on tho calendar of
J. W. Leialoba vs. J. Paakaula,
which was dismissed on the 2nd
inst. on account of want of prose
cution of dofendaut's appeal.
J Gandall, defondaut, by his
attorneys, Kinney & Billon nnd
Cecil Brown, gives notice of mo
tion to require Chnrlntto Boyd,
plnintiff in breach of promise
ciiso, to givo security for costs.
A bill of exceptions bus boeu
filed by plaintiff to Judgo Perry's
deoioo for defendant iu tho eject
ment oase of Nukuuili and others
vs. the Hilo Sugar Co.
David Daytou, gnnrdian of
Thomas Metculf, u minor, putitious
for leave to sell rel ostute of tho
Judge Perry this morniug ord
orod the will of Josoph Liz.ims
admitted to probute. W A. Hfii
shall, of couusid for contestants,
notud an appeal from this, as the
Probite Court, to tho Circuit
Court. U. Browu and J. T. Do
Dolt appealed for tho petitiom-r.
Martha N.Spencer was appoint
ed executrix of tho will of her late
husband, FranciB Spoucer, with
out bonds according to the tonus
of the will, by Judge Perry this
morning. Henry Smith for tho
In the matter of tho guardian
ship of tho property of Bertha
Hagsten, a minor, Judgo Perry
appoiuted J. W. Luniug guardiuu
uuder 8250 bond. Thero aro five
other minors in the family, they
being orphans. Their mother left
tho ward iu this case 82U0, to be
divided with the other childrou
on herself coming to ago. Tho
children aro being sent to an
ophanago at Oakland, Cal. Attor
ney General W. O. Smith ap
peared for tho petitioner.
A new stock of Remington shot
guns, Colts, Smith and Wesson
revolvers will shortly arrive for
tho Paoifio Cycle and Manufactur
ing Co., Fort street.
Hlu Untie Putnam ".cores Another
Mucce.s lu an Old Uonieily.
Thoso who stayed away from
the Opera House, last night missed
a treat in Miss Katio Putuam's
rendition of "Fanchon tho Crick
et," which pleased many bettor
than her two previous characters
assumed here. Tho Maypolo
dance in tho socond act was woll
exeontod and tho support givon
the loading lady shone to bottor ad
vantage than in previous plays.
Miss Putnam's ono song wus of
On Suturdayovoning tho attrac
tion will bo "Tho Lime Kiln,"
ono of tho host plays in Miss Put
nam's roportoire, and tho domnnd
for seats is nlroiidy quito largo.
At tho mntinoo "Jjoiui tho Mud
cap" will bo producud.
I Celebrated for lis ;ront leavening ntrcnctli
and licaltlifulners. Atturua tliu fond against
! alum and all forms of adulteration common
1 .!. -1 .. 1 1. 11 . 11 . a.
iv lira i-ui:a! urauu. IIUTAI. J1AK1NO row-
DEIl Co , New Yoiik.
IN THE CmCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Mandn. In
the matter ot tbe Uuardtautinlp of
Thomas Metcalf, a Minor. On reading
and filing ttie petition of David Day
ton, the guardian of ThomuB Metcalf,
miuor, praying for an order of sale of
certain real estate belonging to his
said ward, being tbe r!ght,t!t!e nnd In
terest of said wurd In Graut 882, also
In Grant 118, also In R. P. 4M0, also In
Grant 1304 and In It. P. 16-10 or such
part thereof wliloli tho Court at tho
hearing may order to be sold ; anil set
ting forth certain legal reasons why
sticli real estat should be sold, to-wit:
To provide for the maintenance of
said minor. It Is hereby ordered, that
the next of kin of thn said wurd and
all persona Interested in the eald es
tate, appear before this Court on FRI
DAY, the 27th day of August, A. D.
1897, at 10 o'clock a m., at tho Court
Room of this Court, In Honolulu,
Ouliu, then and there to show cause
why an order should not bo granted
for the Hi.lo of hiiuIi estate.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., AugUHtO,18'J7.
lly tho Court:
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . . . .
JBS5"- We have saved you
money in tho past.
flr Wo will save you mo
ney in tho future Try us 1
S. S. Australia
As you well know
has always been noted
for its 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 Alukca.
Notice of Dissolution.
The copartnership heretofore exist
ing between A. H. Humphreys and
B. J. Macdonald for tho practice ot
law uuder tho llrm name of Humph
roys & Macdonald has been dlwtolved.
Mr. Humphreys will occupy the om
ces at corner of King and Bethel
streets, and will attend to all civil
matters now in the hands of thn Arm.
HUMPHREYS & MACDONALD.
A. 8. HUMPHREYS,
8. J. MACDONALD.
Honolulu, August 4, 1897. 070-0 1
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A Baddln Pony, very giintlo and ao
customed to tilillitrmi. Apply to H. P,
Woods at T. II. Duvlox. 074-lw
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Wo have lint received a largo con
Hlgnment.of Chnmnls of all sizes, such
mi assortment has never before been
oHVrod to consumers lu this country.
Special care being given to the spIco
tlon of Chamois that are suitable for
We have at all times enjoyed the
reputation of carrying In stock tbe
very beat quality of Bnonces that are
grown, aud we aim to coutluue to
bear tho reputation In, the .future.
uur last consignment of Mediterra
nean Snouiret are ou exhibition in
our window and we court comparison
with those carried by tbe Arms deal
ing lu that line.
There Is as much difference iu
Sponge as thero is in cloth and when
you purcbaio a Sponge from us you
can rest assured tnat you are getting
full value for your money and no de
ception; catch prices in Sponges are
dangerous, because good Sponges are
like gold coin tbe world over.
Before investing in goods Iu this
line come aud Inspect our stooks, wo
feel confident that we can Interest and
cave you money by ao doing.
520 Fort Street.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins.
Black nnd 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 Streot. : : Honolulu."
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Orricsi 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Carter's office. P. O.
II ' mli
The Honolulu Sanitarium
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
P. B. KELLOQO, M. D.,
Telephone 639. Superintendent.
Residence For Sale
Fine Residence on Green street, bw
occupied hy Dr. G. P. Andrews.
Grounds ,i acres, beautifully laid
out, commands flue view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LTLLIE,
660 tf at T. U. Davies &Oo., Ltd.
Large .Assortment of
Handsome Rugs !
Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
Tapestry, Body Brussels.
From tho ' Largest to tho Smallest.
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Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Oocoanut Mats,
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ox Blood Hose
2,fTo Match tho Latest Shatlo in Shoos.
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