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uUIjM'HN, AUOUHT 7,
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LOCAL AND UKNUKAL.
"Tim Old Mmo Kiln,'
Hlnrrt vn, lU'ulitiouU ill ihllO,
Htonm linked lirorul nt tlio 0, II,
I'ntrut dish wMhor $2 at Blur
(lornnt'n, II. W. M. MM and brttlo
ariivod on tliu Kliinu,
Tlin Uoard of Honllli will pay
bills fur May on Monday,
Kalio Putnam will apnpar iu
TI. OI.1 T.i.n if n., ti,i ,.,
Tlio Kinau had a largo passou
gor list which will bo found in
At tlio Christian Church to
morrow, "Tlio Divine Standard."
Evening. "Tlio Evidence of
Dr. Burgoss will load tlio Y, M.
0. A. sorvico tomorrow evouing.
Subject: "God's Pity for man."
. Losson: Job 33:27-U0.
On account of tbo death of
Commissioner A. G. S. Hawes,
tho Cricket Club smoker for this
evening has been postponed.
H. B. M. 8. Ppnguin will
. leave on Thursday to survey a
Bhonl near this group, expecting
to return here thiB day week.
By order of Minister Cooper
tho band will not play at Emma
square this afternoon, out of res
pect to tho memory of lato British
MomberB of tho Hagey Social
Club are earnestly requested to
attend tho monthly business meet
ing at 8 o'clock this evening.
Business of vital importance.
Tho Japanese alleged to havo
been assaulted by Walker, lately
on trial in tho Circuit Court, was
Dot connected with the cruiser
Nauiwa or auy Japauebe warship.
The reception to have been
given Tuesday afternoon by U. S.
Admiral and Mrs. Beardslee has
been indefinitely postponed on
account of tho death of British
Hoforo giving your order for a
portrait, see what King Bros,
havo to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether thoy can givo you the
best value for your money or
Rev. A. J. Bell will occupy the
..pulpit of the Methodist oburch.to-
morrow morning, his subject be
ing "Tho Christian's Armor." Iu
the evening Rev. H. W. Peok will
preach his last sermon on tho
study of tho life of St. Paul.
Yesterday tho Jnpauese resi
dents of Honolulu entertained
Captain Kurooka, tho senior offi
cer of the Japanese- naval force
. hero, and tho other captains and
officers of the Japanese navy pres
ent, on tho Legation grounds.
Tom McTigho, the Irih pleni
potentiary, is having a four-masted
Bhip rigged anow by Mr. Balls,
tho boat-builder. It is not big
enough to "carry me back to
Erin," but it is a handsome orna
ment for the parlor by the samo
W. Ingate Balls has just com
pleted a shoro boat for hire to the
order of Pat Murphy. It is appro
priately named the Maid of Erin,
and will bo worked by Ohas.
Jackson. As may be supposed
from tho constructor's namo, tho
now boat is a Jim Dandy in style.
George D. Gear, brother of A.
V. Qpar of this city, arrived on
the Andrew Welch this morning
with tho intention of remaining
here. Mr. Gear has been in
' Guatemala for somo time, but of
lato months has been in the law
office of H. L. Gear of San Fran
cisco, another brother.
P. F. Ryan, the gonial manager
of tho reliable old Anchor, has so
cured an able assistant in William
Carlisle, lato of the Hawaiian
Hotel. At tho Anchor tho famous
Seattle beer is on tap, and half-and-half
compounded at "two for
a quarter." The Anchor main
tains itB reputation for suporior
brands of whiskies, as well as of
other liquors, wines, oto.
U. S. Minister aud Mrs. Sewall
on Thursday evening gave a, din
ner at the American Legation, at
which were preeont Admiral
Beardslee, U. S. N., Captains Ku
roka aud Dyemmura, H. J. I. M'b
N., Paul Neumann, TL S. Consul
General Haywood, Gorman Con
sul J. F. Hackfeld, Paul Isonhorg,
Major Potter of tho Foreign Oflico
and Mr. Sowall of Sau Francisco.
Popular prior nt I lie Matlnco
Bitten Waling Itan left (Junto
mala and gnno to Hon ail or.
President and Mm. Dole w 111
occupy thnlr Walklkl rcaldeuco
F. M. Hwanry entertained
number of friend at hit residence
The band will bo given a vaca
tion from next Monday to tho end
of tho month.
Tho combined baud concert nt
tho hotel last night attracted a
A largo number of Ewa peoplo
will tako ndvautago of tho special
theater train this ovoning.
Miss Kittio Hornor aud Miss
Olivo Horner left for Lahaina on
the eteamor Mauua Loa yesterday.
Samuel J. McDonald, counsel
lor at law, has a card in this is
sue. HU oflico is at 201 Morchant
street, formerly occupied by F. W.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotol
aud Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Tonus: 'in
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
81.25 nor wk.
It's one thing to tako an ordor
for a portrait und quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always beeu known
to givo satisfaction and now that
they nave reduced tuoir prices bo
low, an extra inducement is offer
ed. Seo what they have beforo
Tlio Id-rent Murnl Krvlew.
Iu the recent naval reviews at
Spitbead the British vessels num
bered 1G5, composed of the follow
ing classes: Battlo-shipB, 21, of
2-18,070 tons; cruisers, 44, of 225,
005 tons; torpedo gunboats, 25, of
19,020 tons; torpedo-boat destroy
ers and torpedo-boats, 50, of 9810
tons; 11 training-ships of 47,320
tons, and 14 smaller vessels not
classified. Tho aggregate tonnage
was 549,885 horsepower 918,902
and tho total first cost of the fleet,
8173,897,305. The armament in
cluded 257 breech - loaders, 68
muzzle-loaders, 827 quick-firing
guns, ranging from 0-inch (100
pounders) to 12 -pounders, and
1476 smaller rapid-firers from 6
pounders to the Braallest machine
gun. The officers and crews num
Mukle at 1'entrM 1'ulnn,
The following musical selec
tions will be sung by the choir of
Central Union Church tomorrow,
Suuday, August 8, with Miss
Zella E. Leightou of St. Louis,
Mo., as solo soprano and H. F.
Wichmau, solo teuor:
Anthem Cantate (in G)
Response How Swoet thoNamo
Offertory (tenor solo) I heard
the Voice of Jesus Say
Mr. H. F. Wiohraan.
Anthem Rock of Ages . . W. Reed
Rutponse -- Como Gracious
Uuertory Urgau (selected)
MrB. A. F. Judd.
Why peoplo come loug distances
to buy at tho Pnlaraa Grocery.
Reason No. 1 Bocauso ono cus
tomer tells another how much
they saved by doaling at this live
aud let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 JJecnuao, tho saving
from their grocery bill helps thorn
to pay their house rout. If you
don't believe whut our customers
say, just givo us a call and be con
vince. HAHItV CAI'XOX,
Falama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tol. 755, every timo. Goods de
livered. SAHDEL J. MACDONALD,
Counsellor at Law.
201 Merchant Street (one door from
Fort stroet), Honolulu.
Notice to Contractors.
Tendera for the erection of the Pro
jrreBs Block, comer Boretwila aud
Fort streets, will ho opeued at tbo
Olllce of Ripley & Dickey, architects,
at 12 noon on THURSDAY, Aug. 1".
Tlie owner, Mr. O. 8. Deoky, re
serves tlio tleht to rt-Joet uuy or all
Cclclirntpd for IU Krrnt leavening lreni;tli
dti'l hcnltliriilat'iK. AMuri-n Ilia food nKlnt
luin nnd all form of Rilultcnitliin common
In tlic clicnp liinmlii, ltuTAI. Hakinu t'uw
tiRi Co , Nr.w Yohk.
tho plnce to buy your
which go to complcto a
largo stock . . . .
Like Ours I
money in tho past.
jK2 VVo will sivo you mo
ney iu 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
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
KiiiK Nt., near Alultcu. I
Notice of Dissolution.
The copartnership heretofore exist
ing between A. 8. Humphreys und
S. J. Macdnuald for the practice of
luvv under Mm linn name of Humph
reys & Maudonuld bus been dlsNolved.
Mr. Humphreys will occupy the ofll
ces at corner of King and Bethel
streets, aud will attend to all civil
mailers now In the bands of the tlrm.
HUMPHREYS & MACDONALD.
A. S. HUMPHREYS,
8. J. MACDONALD.
Honolulu, August 4, 1897. 070-6t
For Sale. '' ' ' " - . ; ' M
A Saddlo Pony, vory Rontlo and ao- , , ,- . i . -rtu-p'Jd v 9H
customed to children. Apply to S. P. , ;'' TO ""CTT. , TCXELXi-iJ ?$& -iO . iffa
Woods at T. H. Davles. 074-lw ' -. " -. vw , ... . -i
Wo have ltil received a large cmi-Mgnim-Mt.of
CIiniiiiiI of all sIz-h, Mich
mm u'Mirttni'iit Iihh lievt-r before been
iilU-ied to consumers In thin country.
Hpeclul care IioIiik Riven to (he m-I lo
tion of Oluunol thai aro suitable for
We have at nil times enjoyed tho
reputation of carryluK lu ntock the
very best quality of Hponge that are
grown, anil we Mm to continue to
hear tlio reimtatlou lu til future.
Our last conelgutueut of Mediterra
nean H pon get are on exhibition In
our window ami we court comparison
with those carried by the Onus ilea).
Ingiu that line.
There Is as much difference iu
Spoufco us there U in cloth anil when
you purchase a Sponge from us jou
can rest assured that you are getting
full value tor your money aud no de
ception; catch prices In Hponges are
dntigerous, because good tipouges are
like gold coin the world over,
Before inventing In goods In this
line come and inspect our stocks, we
feel confident that we can Interest and
nave you money by so doing.
Holiister Drug Go.
NOTARY PDBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Omen SOS Merchant street, GampbeU
Rlock roar of J. O. Carter's offloe. I'. O,
Handsome Rugs !
Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Oocoanut Mats,
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ox Blood Hose
,E3l.To Match tho Latest Shado in Shoes.
. 1 'IWlrtl
Black Figured Silk Oruiimliiio.
Fanny Figured Organdy Muslins.
Black nnd Colored Silks.
Spangled nnd Stylmh Dross Trimmings.
Tan, Black aud White Openwork Sox.
Lot of TalTota ond Moire Ribbons.
Millinery nn olegaut jv-sortuiont.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc , Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Port Street. : : Honolulu.
tothe oats kins roasteDsA' SHmSk ,sUjafcAVXYl.''
diunuv. inn nwuinur;' - Krafts. ,,. ,,.-.,
Gives a pccuuah ijhfjt -sroFTFD5?t IutVVvAOVJo
OEUCHTTUL BICHBMnfSl. V- VyVVJC"" V-
M&lf'WdfcxZ CSCIFORNIASTNOT OIIS
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qnlet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Maxgage, "Swedish Morement,"
Baths. Hectricitr and Physical Trainlnfl
may bo nhtained.
r. H. KELUKJO. M. D..
Telephone 638. Superintendent.
Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
Tapestry, Body Brussels.
From tho Largest to tho Smallest.
ikhk" w.' I1T11FB HMNIK
Residence For Sale or
Flue Residence on Green street, now
occupied ly Dr. G. P. Andrews.
urouuna l;; acres, beautifully laM
out, comruauds flue view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
K. I. LITiliTE.
066 tf at T. U. Davles & Co., Ltd,
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