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ISVKNINO UUIiliKTIN, AMOI'HT 1, 187.
LOCAL AND OISNKKAL,
Dnltnlloii drill tills evoiiiii.
Tim l'oiiKuin U not coining
back, sorry to Bay.
Huoklluy pig nt Now Market
Honomu plantation wilt pay n
dividend noxt Mo nil ay.
I3a8obnll this afternoon, naval
men ngniuat town boys.
Tboro will be a dance at
Iletnond groTO this evening.
Gapt. Paul Smith wnnte a full
turnout of Co. A for drill this
Throe dollar straws for two, to
pat on your bead, are offered by
Solomon Mabiki, a baukdriror,
wbh tiued $5 for being drunk wbile
Found, a pair of brown kid
gloves. Apply for return to
editor of this paper.
Tbo trial of J. K. Nakookoo for
gross cbeat was Bet by Judge Wil
cox tbis morning for tbe 18th.
Pacific Itobocca Lodge, I. O. 0.
F., gives an entertainment at
Harmony hall tbis evening.
8ea Breezes, published on
board tbe D. S. S. Philadelphia,
is out again a big and spicy
Manager Hoogs, with his usual
thougbttulness for tbo newsboys,
passed them all in to the theater
Rev. A. Mackintosh will resume
his interesting notes of a trip to
Victoria in tbo next Anglican
John Joseph was tried in the
polioe court this morning on a
charge of cruelty to a cow and
found not guilty.
Tbe Bailing of tbo steamship
China, pending the settlement of
legal complications, haB been in
Admission to the ball game tbis
afternoon will be 25 cents. The
entire procoeds will be donated
to tbe Strangers' Friend Society.
A Chinaman for cruelty to ani
mals and a white man for assault
and battery on a native woman
comprise the arrests made today.
When you are in need of a fine
job of repair work don't forget
that the Hawaiian Cycle and Man
ufacturing Company do only the
The choir of the Second Con
gregation of St. Androw'a cathe
dral aro requested to meet for re
hearsal this evening at 7:30 at the
Great Britain may have Pal
myra Island if she wishes. It is
fit only for a cable station, and wo
can hnvo a better ono at Hawaii.
Foil Sale At a bargain a Yoso
& Sons' Upright Grand Piano
which has been in use six months,
must bo sold on account of de
parture of owner. Apply to A. V.
When you get a touch of that
tired feeling so prevalent in this
climate call urouud at the
"Favorite" for a glass of the
famouBSoattleBeer. It will relieve
you at once.
Senator H. W. Schmidt drove
Hon. 0. Gude to the Pali and
other points of interest yesterday.
Mr. Gudo is on a special mission
from Donmark to Japau and other
In writing of the eyole show in
New York, tbo leading scientific
paper of tbo country said, "The
Stuiling is tbo lightest appearing
maobine in the show and reveals
caroful work and high finish."
Messrs. Arendt and Joffrios,
former proprietors of tho Califor
nia Restaurant, give notice that
they will redeem all meal tickets
outstanding if presented on Satur
day, Aug, 14, at 502 Boretania
At n meeting of tbe Bowing
Association yesterday, C. B. Wil
son of tho Myrtles, H. M. Whit
ney Jr., of tho Healanis, W. Mc
Inerny of tho Leilania wero ap
pointed jadgos for tho coming
The old established California
Fruit Market, P. G. Camiiriuos,
cornor King and Alakoa streets,
aro buyers of Alligator Poars,Tur
keys, Chickens, Eggs and ovory
description of home products. All
parties wishing to disposo of any
thing in tho above lino plcaBo ad
drfrBB P. 0. Box 470, or ring up
PROFITABLE ART WORK,
llrmrNtlnil nf Minrlly Clmiilt tlratgltlng
ClrnUr mill llimltlit.
Tim student mixlmix In ullll? Iter
hmiwleilKi- of piilntltiK will II ml u koiM
llrlil In tho drrorntlon nf wlmt nro lecli
nlrally culled "novelty flood. " Thin
Irrtn include dinner find in rim cards,
"favors" for tho gorman, tho until)
boxes nnd ting used by conf ret loner,
wnll pockets and thousand nt similar
article of a dainty nnd fanciful rlmr
nctrr. Skill in thin direction it sure to
find n Rood market, according to Tho
Art Amateur, authority for tho follow.
Ono tnkliiR up thin kind of work in n
regular employment cnu select ono nf
two cjHtemH, cither (lesiHiiliiK nt homo
nnd colling to tho shops or denier or
by applying for n position In ono nf tho
workrooms of a "novelty" eetnlillili
mout. Whether tho artist iu nou'lty
Rood I working by tho pieco or by tho
hour, the pay is smnll enough. Tho best
dcignew tho-io who originate tho pat
terns that aro to bo copied by tho others
sometime aro paid as much us CO
cent nu hour. Tho under workers nro
paid from 33 to SO cents. Working by
tho pieco, thoy may bo paid n dollar for
an elaborately pain tod box that has
perhaps taken them many hours to
For tho higher grado of workor
those who can furnish original ideas
thero are two department of designing.
Ono 1b tho designing of now shapes nnd
articles, tho other of tho paintings that
aro to decornto them. When finished,
these patterns aro lraudod to tho under
workers to bo oopicd. Thero is a cer
tain lightness of touch that is required
for success iu painting thoso novelty
goods. Tho color should bo usod trans
parently and tho effect obtained nt
onco. Whero opaquo colors nro neces
sary thoy should bo used very crisply.
The most constantly calablo designs
nro flowers with sentiment, "pansies
for thought," roses or violets. Land
scapes nro now rarely used unless ex
qulsltoly dono. Figures nro popular for
dinner cards and mouus and uro most
liked when cut out
For colors to bo painted upon, piuk
is tho most salable. Dark blues and reds
aro much used for tho western trade.
For this tort of work there is room
for great skill in taking advantage of
tho popular fads of tho day. Of courm
nt tho times of tho intercollegiate foot
ball games everything iu college colors
is especially taking.
Designing calendars nud booklets is
another lino of work which, while en
tirely distinct from the painting of nov
elty goods, is of tin undertaken by thu
samo students. Original designs for cal
endars aro in constant demand, Mhilo
the call for booklets fluctuates.
FUK THE SUMMIT.
Good Chance to Aitini Ulaunt I.oa
by the Rntlmt Koiitf.
Mr. Gospar, who took Dr. Gup-
py ur to tbe summit of Mauua
Loa on August G, is going up to
him with supplies aftor the ar
rival of the steamship Mauna Loa
at Napoopoo on August 28. Mr.
Caspar will take with him any
tout ists who may wish to accom
pany him. The cost per head
will be thirty dollars, which will
include everything connectod with
the nscent and descout, such as,
horses, blankots, food, etc., but
each persou will bnvo to provide
himself with plenty of warm
clothing for the two nights on tbe
mountuin. Tbe trip will occupy
about three days, and tboso so
desirous will be able to catch tbo
return steamer to Honolulu on
l'riii;rc of Mulokm Murder 'I rial
Appeal or C'uelllo.
In tbo Molokai murder trial the
prosecution rested its c.iso just
before recess at noon.
W. J. Cuolho by his attorney,
Charlos Crelghton, has filed ex
ceptions to Judge Cartor's de
cision over-ruling motion for a
Emma Mulieloim, guardian of
tho minor cbildron of Samuel
Mabelona, decoased, petitions for
confirmation of sale of real estate.
It wus n quarter intorost in two
apunas aggregating noarly an acre,
and was sold at auction by J as. F,
Morgan to J. A. Magoon for $100,
Cbas. S. Dosky lot tho contract
for his new building tbis morning
to Patzio & Mutch, who wero tho
lowest bidders. The stone for the
building will bo taken from a now
quarry just opened up back of tbo
In the District Court this morn
ing tbo case of tbe four mounted
patrolmen, charged with boating
n couplo of natives a few nights
since, was disposed of. Judge
Wilcox found Couley and Howott
guilty and souteuccd them to tbroo
months each nt hard labor. Gillis
uud Cora well wore discharged.
Celebrated for It uruat lmvcnlnz utrcnztli
ml licnlthfulneis. ArMirv tlio food against
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. IIotaL Hakino Tow
rtnu Co , Nr.w Yoiik.
the plnce to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . . . .
Like Ours I
Js5- Wo have saved you
money in the past.
J5 Wo will save you mo
ney in tho future. Try us 1
Two Dollars here.
where the loss
The maker and
care for that.
Measure your profit
by what you
Two Dollars here.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrlDy BlOClC
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bund for Catalogue.
Wc Make Shirts to Order.
Evening Jiullelin 75e per month.
We bavo lut received a large con
signment Chamois of all sizes, ucb
an assortment has never before been
offered to consumers Iu this country.
Special care bolus given to the sUo
tlon of Chamois that are suitable for
We have at all times on Joyed1 the
reputation of carrying In stock tbo
very best quality of Bponges that are
grown, ana we aim to continue to
hVar the reputation in tho future.
Our last consignment of Mediterra
nean Sponges are on exhibition In
our window and we court comparison
with those carried by tbe firms deal
ing In that line.
There Is as much difference In
Sponge as there is In cloth and when
you purchase a Sponge from us you
can reat assured that youaregettlng
full value for vour monev and no de
ception; catch prioes in Sponges are
dangerous, because good SKnges are
like gold coin tbe world over.
Before Investing In goods In this
line come and Inspect our stocks, we
feel confident that we can interest and
save you money by so doing.
Hollister Drug Go.
HOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCBi SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block reur of J, O. Carter's office, P. O.
J. ' '
Handsome Rugs !
Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Cocoanut Mats,
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ox Blood Hose
OS- To Match tho Latest Shade in Shoes.
N. S. Sachs,
oO Fort Street.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
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.
Al A -- - Millinery an. elegant
RUT? Ladies' Sailor Hats,
N. S. StCHS'
520 Fort Street.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
arses. Massage, "Swedish Movement."
Oaths, Electricity and Physical Training
DR. C. L. GARVIN.
Telephone 639. In Charge.
Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
Tapestry, Body Brussels.
From tho Largest to the Smallest.
15ZS7" - J"C23EZ.lDJ&JSrt!S!
Etc , Etc.
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Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, bow
occupied by Dr. Q. P. Andrews.
Grounds ',i acres, beautifully laid
out, commands tine view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LIIiLIE,
606 tf at T. U. Davles it, Co., Ltd.
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