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KVKNINQ HUUiKTlN, AUMJBT 12, 18U7,
LOCAL ANIJ QBNKKAL..
(Jlitippin IiovvIh ntnl knlvca 10c.
onch nt HlimloviuilV.
Hnwnllnn Tribe of M Men
holds n nu'otlr.u, tonla,ht.
An ikblo nnd wllllnc German
womnn wants liousowork.
II. M. 8. Penguin taili for
Fntininus Inland tomorrow.
MliiUtor Haloli wat in Oakland,
California, when the Chin left.
OflloorB of tho Honolulu Dairy
Co. nro olllcinlly nuuouueod in
Shotgun ammunition of all
kinda at tho Pacific GycU Co.,
A number of the China's paa
Bcugorti woro takuu to Ewa today
by Hpocial train.
The Hod Men will havo their
firHt regular mooting in Harmony
hall this evouiug.
. Tun Hawaiian edition of tho
Sun Francisco Bulletin is for sale
at tho Wall, Nichols store.
, Wanted A position as houso
kKper by a Spanish lady. Ad
dress orcall at the Bulletin Office.
Tho steamer Aorangi's arrival
from the Colonics is again put
buck a notcu, this tiuiu to the 25th
There was a good attendance
and Tory enjoyable time at the
Cricket Club smoker last oven-
i Secretary F. E. Vida calls the
quarterly meeting of tho Union
Feed Co. for Saturday at 10
' tV o'clock.
w Eiuht Japanese arrested for dia
.: turning the reace by too much
hilarity lust nigut were discharged
from custody this morning.
The Arlington hotel has chang
ed managers. Mrs. Erouse baa
assumed tho management, her
husband retiring in hor favor.
When you are in need of a fine
job of repair woik don't forget
tbat the Hawaiian Cycle and Man
ufucturiug Company do only tbe
Katie Putnam will play "Dad's
Girl" to night. It is said to be a
delightful comedy drama. Miss
Putnam will introduce some
Tho Friend for August, reach
ing the Bulletin only now, has
tho usual comprehensive summary
of Congregational missionary
news and record of local events.
Foil Sale At a bargain a Vose
& Soub' Upright Grand Piano
which has beeu m use six months,
must be sold on account of de
parture of owner. Apply to A. V.
There will be no reserved seats
for the matinee on Saturday.
Children will be ndmitod to all
jmts of tho house for So cents.
Katie Putnam will play Fan
ebon. The Sterling Corrugated Hub
has boon extensively copied. This
hub permits of tho introduction of
the spokes without any bend.
Every spoke has a tensile strongth
of 850 pounds.
J. E. Nakookoo was arrested
this morning on complaint of de
puty tax collector Wright on a
cluago of gross client. Tho charge
emanates from some irregulari-
tics in porsonal tux receipta.
Messrs. Ainndt and JolTrios,
former proprietors of the Califor
nia ltestauraut, give notioo that
they will redeem all meal tickets
outstanding if presented on Satur
day, Aug. 11, at 502 Beretania
Dr. S. L. Baldwin of Now York,
one of the missionary secretaries
of the Methodist church, gave an
interesting address on mission
work in China last evening at tbe
Methodist ohuroh. Dr. H. H.
Lowrey of Peking also addressed
Loo Poyt a prominnut Ohinoso
contractor, is a through passenger
on-the China. After a bond of
$1000 had been filed by Chinese
mcrohauts hore that ho would
coutinuo his journoy he was al
lowed to land and take in the
sights of the city.
Tho oldfontabliahod California
Fruit Market, P. G. CamariuoB,
corner King and Alakea streets,
are buyers of Alligator Pears.Tur-
koys, Chiokens, Eggs and overy
description of home produots. All
parties wishing to dispose of any
thing in the above line pleaBO ad
dress P. O. Box 479, or riug up
Mr. Holiinptlcii linn rnlitcd from
tho mniinueiuuutnf thn Occidental
Mr. mid Mm. .lullns Hotlnrt
give n dinner thin veiling in
honor of Minister Suwtll.
About 4000 lelUri and 8000
newspapers comprised tbe mall
brought by the China yesterday.
Eleakala and Kar-a were fined
110 each, Apa 15 and four onlook
ers f 1 each and costs for gam
bling. Thoo. F. Lansing has bought
on private terms tho Waiaholo
rico plantation formerly belong
ing to M. Phillips & Co.
J. A. Mehrten has boon acting
as manager of tho Hawaiian
Hagey Instituto sinco August 5,
having been appointed as such by
the Board of Directors.
Tho mooting of the Central
Committee of the American Union
party has been postponed from
Friday night to next Monday nipht
on account of thn battalion drill.
CRICKET CLUB HMOKKR.
Celebrated for lt Rrct ItnTcnltiR strength
unit licattlifutneti. Amiins the food Klnt
alum nml nil form of adulteration common
to tho cheap brninl. HoTAI. IUKINO I'OW
iiehCo, New Yoiik.
Excellent Program Beuilered fcjr
There was a larg'o attendance at
the Cricket Club smoker last
night. Owing to tho unavoidable
absence of Dr. Murray, who was
to have aoted as chairman, Alex.
St. M. Mackintosh and Wm.
Thompson alternately presided.
First on tho program was an
overture on tho piano by Mr.
Hughes, after which Ernest Iloss
sang "Waitod for Asthore," Eurl
Nott accompanying him upon the
Lawyor Macuoualu tbon recited
a poem by Eugono Field, entitled
tho "Clink of tho ice in tho
pitcher at 5 a. rn." and as an en
coro recitpcl ouo of Irving Rus
sell's negro poems.
Messrs. Hollander and Leon de
lighted tho audieuce by their
rendition of "La Czariue" upon
tho piano and violin, receiving
such hearty applause that they
wore obliged to give an encore,
playing this time "The Yacht
Tho noxt on tho program was a
song by W. A. llonsliall, who
very pathetically rendered, "It
takes a girl to do it every time."
He sang with suoh a realistic
effect that he was encored, in res
ponse to which lio delighted all
with a parody on "He nover cares
to wander from his own fireside,"
every ouo piesunt joining iu tho
" Mr. 'Mi'Intosh "next ably sang
tho song outitlod "Tho Happy
Way he says it" and after another
visit to tho pitoher gave as an
oucoro "Private Tommy Atkins,"
those presout again joining in tho
Tho curd tricks by Dr. Sinclair
were well doue. The doctor is
certainly an expert with cards and
uot only amused but also mysti
fied nil present by tbo way he
changed ouo card into unother
boforo their very eyes.
An intermission was then taken
for fivo minutes after which Prof.
Betger rendered tho "Myrtle
March" upon tho piano.
Another dialect poem was here
recited by Mr. McDonald, who
gavo one of Longfellow's humor
ous poems for an oncoro.
Paymaster Murray of H. M. S.
Peuguiu told all about O. Flaunu
gan McCarthy in one of his
humorous songs which literally
brought down tho houno, and res
ponded to the oucoro by siugiug
Eillagoo, iu tho chorus of which
The "Irish Consul," Tom Mc
Tigbo, was next called on, and
sang nn Irish song, entitled "It's a
Way Wo Havo."
"English, Quito Enrlish, You
Know," wns tho titlo of tho song
with which Dr. Laugford of H. B.
S.Penguiu delighted those present.
The Doctor was applauded loud
and long but rofnsed to respond
to the encore.
Mr. Henshall was recalled rend
ering a song entitled "Suoh a Nico
Girl, Too," after whom followed
Mr. O'Donnell in a humorouo se
lection entitled "Heal Old Moun
One of the beat things of the
evening was tho singing by Mr.
Geo. Allen, who has a mellow
voico and ably rendorod a selec
tion ftom "Said Pasha," receiving
Mr. Mackintosh was again call
ed to sing and gave a selection
entitled "Tho Widow." With
"Auld Lang Syne" and "God Save
tho Queen" tho gathering dis
persed after one of tho most enter
taining and interesting "smokers"
tho plnce to buy your
which go to complete a
lnrgo Btock . . . .
Like Ours !
We have lut received a large con
Dlgnnient.nl (JIihuioIs of nil sizes, such
hii assortment lias never before been
oOVreil to consumer Iu Mil country.
BiK-clal care lioinn given to the selto
tlon of Chamois that are suitable for
We havo at all times enjoyed the
reputation of carrying Iu stock the
very best quality of Sponges that are
erown, and we aim to continue to
bear the reputation In tho future.
N. S. Sachs,
J- We have saved you
money in tho past.
Bffi- Wo will save you nio
noy in tho future. Try us 1
Last Week I
Katie ' htmm
THURSDAY, AUG. 12:
Swsrtz's Bswitifnl Idyllio Play,
SATURDAY, AUG. 11:
Glinrloi Dickons' Immortal Story,
The Old Curiosity Shop.
KATIE PUTNAM as Littlo Noll and
GRAND FAMILY MATINKE,
SATURDAY, AT i! I'. M.,
Fanclion, The Cricket.
PRICES: Adults, 50;!.; Children, 25o.
A position In a family to do general
housework by a German woman,
able aud wllllug. References If de
Hired. Inquire at this Ofllco. 6S3 Gt
Hawaiian Tribe, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
The Regular Meeting of Hawaiian
Tribe, No. 1, 1. O. R. M., will be held
In Harmony Hall THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, Aug. 12, at 7:30 o'clock.
By order of
SACHEM J. F. ECKARDT.
Our last contlKutueut of Medlterra
uean sponge are on exhibition In
our window and we court comparison
with those carried by the Arms deal
lug iu that Hue.
There Is as much difference In
8poue aa there Is In cloth aud when
you purchase a Spouge from us you
i an rest assured ttiat you aregettlug
full value for your money aud no de
ception; catch prices In Sponges are
uangerous, because goou sponges are
like gold cola tbe world over.
Before Investing In goods iu this
line come and iusiwct our stocks, we
feel confident tbat we can interest and
ave you money by so doing.
520 Fort Street'."
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Orgnntly Muslins.
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of Tnfl'eta and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc., Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
5QO Fort Street. : : Honolulu.'
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orricit 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J, O. Garter's offloe, P. O.
sssaswws s MMBm7.ii .in, n w as sismsmsj
("DfeLlC.ATL. I PftLllOta i f DAItTX I fl
MsrteTVial will pro?e their trerir. 'j"""!--!
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qntet, Homelike Plaee, where Trained
Names, Massage, "Swedish MoTement,"
Baths. Electricity and Physical Training
msy be obtained.
DB. O. L. GABVIN,
Telephone 639. In Charge.
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, now
occupied by Dr. G. P. Andrews.
Grounds V,i aoreB, beautifully laid
our, commands fine view. Vacant
1st ugUBt. Apply to
It. I. IiTLME,
666 tf at T. U. Davie & Co., Ltd.
Large .A-Ssortment of
Handsome Rugs !
Velvet- Pile, Dagestan,
Tapestry, Body Brussels.
From tho Largest to tho Smallest. '
Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Oocoanut Mats, '
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ox Blood Hose
OStTo Match tho Latest Shado in Shoes.
E3- "W a,O0FlX-A-3NrJ'fi
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