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EVENING llULIilfiTIN, AUGUST II, 18117,
LOCAL AND OKNKRAL,
Old Ctirlotilty Hliop lonllil.
ltln up 077 for tlio bunt bread,
ltettjinontB va. Ht. Louis at 3:30.
S. B. Coptlo 20 tullos west at '2
Lodgo le Progroi will meat this
"Fanchou" is boinu played at
tho mntiuco this nftornoou.
Latest assortmonts of glnsswaro
from tlio Enst at Sturduvaut's.
No band coucert today or to
morrow, as tho baud has a vaca
tion. Boatswain Bon was arrested
this morning on a charge of
Minister Sowall and Minister
Coopor wcro in conference after
Jas. F. Morgan will sell iron
sheds for removal on Queen street
at noon Tuesday.
Eapeliola was fined $100 and S3
costs by Judge Wilcox this morn
ing for selling swipes.
First-class bicycles in first-class
order are ronted by the Hawaiian
Cycle fe Manufacturing Co.
Wanted A position as houeo
. keeper by a Spanish lady. Ad
dress or call at tho Bulletin Office.
Georgo H. Fairchild, treasurer
and manager of tho Makee Sugar
Company of Kapaa, is in the city.
Will E. Fisher of San Franois
co, brother of Colonel Fishor, is
among those who are going to the
K lonely ko.
J.. Emmeluth Si Co. take some
space to tell of their business in
their sploudid new quarters on
Thero is a report on tho street
that the Coptic is likely to be de
tained in this port until tho
China's caso is settled.
The charge of cruelty to ani
mals against Young Shin, arrest
ed yesterday, was dismissed this
morning by Judge Wilcox.
. Eatio Putnam will appear in
"Tho Old Curiosity Shop" tonight.
The advance salo is good and a
largo audience is expeoted.
Twenty-one hundredths of an
inch of rain have fallen in the
city in the past two days, accord
ing to Frank Brown's gauge.
Alex. Harris was sentenced to
four months at hard labor by
Judge Wilcox this morning for
assault with a deadly weapon.
It is said that if a Hawaiian
register is grauted tho China, tho
O. fc O. steamers will make
similar applications for registry.
Georgo Nakapuahi, a well
known resident of Hilo, died in
this city yesterday. Tho remains
will bo sent to Hilo for interment.
McOrea or McCrondy was fined
Slo iu tho police court this morn
ing for being found at night on
the premises of another witfiout
Admiral Beardslee lowered his
flag at 10 o'clock this morn
ing and Admiral Miller raised his.
Salutes were fired by all tho war
ships in tho harbor.
Dr. H. H. Lowry, presiden t of
Peking University, will proaoh a
missionary eorraon in the M. E.
Japanese Church in Honolulu,
Sunday, at 7:30 p. m.
The regular monthly meoting
of tho Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Society will be held at the
home of Mrs. S. M. Castle, on
King streot, at 7:30 o'clock this
Rev. W. P. Bontloy of Shanghai,
China, will preach at both services
at the Christian Church tomorrow.
Morning subjeot: "Life and Work
in Chiua." Evening subject:
"China us a Mission Field."
Thoro was a heavy fall of rain
down the railroad betwoon 10 and
12 o'clook last night. Thero were
- freshets in the Waiawa and
Waikele streams and at
one time the water was level with
At Central Union church to
morrow Dr. Hoyt of Sacramento,
California, will proaoh at 11 a. m.
and 7.:30 p. in. Subject iu tho
morning, "Tho Eagle's Nest."
Evening thome, "Old Weapons
for New Battles,"
Dr. S. L. Baldwin of New York,
missionary secretary of tho Meth
odist Episcopal Church, will
preach in the First M. E. Church
Sunday evening. Aftor tho sor
inon tlio pnstor, II. W. Peck, will
givo a Hliorl farewell uddrcss,
MlfltHTIIV III' lilt: CIII.MA.
f liniuiy nl fiil, MiirtarlMir ami
'mil, Nenliury llrlnit Tftki-lli
In tho imtttur uf the petition for
a writ of mandamus, to compel
the Collector Gouoral to grant
Hawaiian registry to the steam
ship China, Judge Perry this
morning granted a motion of G.
W. Macfarlauo for taking tho tes
timony of himself and Captain
Soabury, who woro about to go
out of tho Bopublio and not re
turn in time for tho trial. Nino
o'clock on Monday was otdered
as the timo for taking the deposi
tions of these witnesses. It was
agrned, howevor, between Alfred
S. Harlwoll, attorney for tho peti
tioner, and Henry E. Cooper, for
Collector General Castle, to waivo
time and that tho depositions
might be taken now. According
ly Judge Porry began hearing the
taking of Buch testimony this
morning. Ar tho testimony is to
bo produced at tho public trial on
Mouday it is not availablo for
publication at this time.
Tke Der.ni. In tk Harder Trial
Mailers at Chamber.
The Molokai murder trial is
still on before Judge Carter, tho
case for tho defouso being in pro
gress. Judge Perry has discharged
John F. Colburu as assignee of H.
F. Poor, bankrupt. Cecil Brown
Judgo Perry has discharged J.
A. Magoon as guardian of Fred. A.
Wcuuer, a minor who has come of
G. M. Eeono of Manana peti
tions that he be appointed guard
ian of five of his minor children.
Alice 1. Ay.r. Dead.
Last Tuesday, the 10th inst., the
community of Lahaina was shock
ed to learn of the death from blood
poisoning of her whose maiden
name, until about a year ago when
she married, was Alice E. Ayers.
Alice was one of Hawaii's fair
est daughters,born in Lahaina, it
was there that most of her life
was spent and from there she has
On account of her amiable dis
position and modest and winning
ways she was beloved by all who
know hor and her death will cast a
gloom throughout the entire Dis
trict. She wrb tho pride of a fond
mother whose heart has been al
most broken by this blow.
Judge Wilcox sayBthe state
ment that Palmyra Island was
sold to H. Hackfeld & Co. is an
error. The interest of the Pacific
Navigation Company and A. F.
Cooke was sold at auction when
the company went into liquidation
and was bid in by V. A. Kinney,
who afterwards sold it to Fred
Wundenburg. That interest re
presented three-quarters of the
island, tho other fourth being
claimed by various parties.
If you are interested in tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
be worth your while to see the
samples at Eing Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. They can't be beat."
Tomorrow evening at 6:30 the
Y. M. O. A. services will take the
form of a missionary meeting.
Addresses will be delivered by
Bev. John Wherry, D. D., and
Bev. S. H. Chester, D. D., secre
tary of tho Southern Presbyterian
Admiral Miller docs not believe
in Japanese servants on American
warships. He brought his own
two whito stewards down with him,
and it is said on the flagship that
all the Japaneso wardroom and
galley stewards will be sent back
to Mare Island for discharge.
A position In a family to do.eeneral
housework by a German Woman,
able aud willing. References If de
sired. Inquire at tlilBOIUee. OS3 0t
SARATOGA being no longer n pub
ho resort, tlio proprlotrees will bo glad
to let the whole or purt (with bourd If
ilehlreil or Unlit lloi!Hokeuill)g). to
private families wishing u healthy
HinniiiHr r'-Hort. I '"or temix, uddruns
I. (). 11 ix 21H, or on tho premise.
(Mill I iu
Celebrated for Ita crcat IcaYcnlmr utreneth
end licaltlifulnen. Ansures tlio food against
alum and all farm of adulteration common
to tlio client brands. Kotal Uakino row
deh Co , New Yoiik.
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . . . .
f Wo have . saved you
money in the past.
jttaf We will save you mo
ney in the future. , Try us I
Two Dollars here.
Small matter , - K"
to you' '
where the loss
The muker and
care for that.
Measure your profit
by whut yon
Two Dollurs here.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for DrvDelmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Ordor.
We have lust received a large con
slgnment.of Chamois of all sizes, such
un assortment has never before been
offered to consumers In this country.
Special care being given to the selec
tion of Chamois that are suitable for
We have at all times enjoyed the
reputation of carrying In stock the
vcijr ucbi, uuniity ui oHJuges mat are
grown, and we aim to continue to
hpftP thfl PAnlltlttnn In Stin ...
Our last consignment of Mediterra
nean Sponges are on exhibition in
our window and we court comparison
with those carried by the firms deal
tug iu iuai iiue.
There Is as much difference In
SpouKe as there Is in elotb and when
you purchase a Sponge from us you
can rest assured tbat 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 the 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.
N. S. Sachs,
520 Fort Street.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Organdy MuhHiis.
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
Tan, Black and Whito Openwork Sox.
Lot of TalYeta and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc., Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street, : : Honolulu:
Hollister Drug Co.
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orncii SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's offioe. P. O.
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWM,
TO THE OATS BEIMSROAS,
WHILE ALL OTHU mHDSXK,
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The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nnmcs, MasMRe, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
DR. O. h. GAimtf,
Telephone 639. In Charge.
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green Btreet, now
occupied by Dr. Q. P. Andrews.
Grounds acres, beautifully laid
out, commands fine view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
R. I. LTLLIE,
6C6 tf at T. H. Davies A, Co., Ltd.
Large Assortment., of
Handsome Rugs !
u Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
Taraestrv. Body Brussels. Y'!fr-
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From tho Largest to tho Smallest.
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Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Cocoanut Mats,
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Ox Blood Hose
E5u To Match the Latest Shado in Shoon.
V. . ''-'-. & $Mfr :?"
Kvenimj llulUUv- 76c f.tr month,
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