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"JVlflNlNO UUMjKTJN, AUGUST KJ, 1BU7,
LOCAL AND OUNKUAL,
Dr. McKtt-iilii lino rnliirnod
Additional local ntntlor on
Bong night at tbe tlieator to ,
Cubs. M. Cooke is baok again
from n trip to Kauni. ,
Itudolph Bprookola went to Bnn
Francisco iu tho Coptic.
Tho U. 8, 8. Yorktown wits nt
Nagasaki whon tbo Coptio left.
Ilonomu plantation is paying
off an 8 por cont dividend today.
Mrs. E. Wolter has assumed tbo '
proprietary of tbe Occidental
Kun Wan was fined 810 by
Judge Wilcox today for furious
George W. Davis, tbo well
known attorney, returned iu tbe
Two 'Shanghai Chinamen won
tbe big prize of $00,000 in tho last
G. W. R. King has accepted a
position in tbo office of tho Evkx
"Erma the Elf" was written by
O. T. Dazey, the author of "Tbo
Old Lime Kiln."
Company D minstrels will have
a roboarsal at Professor Merger's
residence this evening.
The Australia will be either one
or two days late in arriving from
San Francisco this trip. -
Kauhane, the whistler, was fined
$2 and costs by Judge Wilcox this
morning for boing drunk.
The Nagasaki Daily News is
tbo name of a new paper at that
place printed in English.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil 1000
barrels of cement at tbe Nuuanu
wharf at 11 o'clock tomorrow.
Arrest mado this forenoon were
one native for non-payment of
taxes and another for gross cheat.
Tbe sale of tickets for tho Philadelphia-Marion
will be opened at Wall, Nichols
Iron sheds on Queen street will
be knocked down by Jas. F. Mor
gan's hammer at 12 o'clock to
morrow. In ancient times bones wore
collected from tbe battle fields,
ground to powder and used to
fertilize the land.
Apenta water never fails to do
what is promised of it, and suffer
ers are referred to the Holhster
Drug Co.'s column.
Ed. Subr left in tbo Coptic yes
terday en route to German,
where he will meet bis wife and
remain some months.
O. Ilrdemaun of tbo Honolulu
Iron Works left in tho Coptio
yesterday on u business trip, lie
was accompanied by Mrs. Hede
mann. Katie Putnam will make her
last appearance tomorrow night in
"Erma the Elf." Six popular
songs will be sung during the
Tho Bale of seats for the Philadelphia-Marion
' mance at tho Opera House on
Saturday night commenced at
Wall, Nichols' store this morning.
At tbe corner of Hotel and
Bethel streets last Saturday night
there was a great excitement caus
ed by the rush for that Ice Cold
Seattle Beer dispensed by the
'If I didn't lovo my husband,
I'd stab him to death 1" exclaimed
tho warm-blooded lady from New
Orleans. "I wouldn't," said the
Chicago woman; "I'd got a divorce
and ctick him for alimony."
Every shop in High street and
Castle street, Windsor, has an oo
count with the Queen. Her
Majesty is most lavish with her
orders, but at tbe same time most
particular about thoir oxecution.
Rt. Hons. G. H. Reid and O. C.
Kingston, Premiers respectively
of New South Wales and South
Australia, and Mr. Matthews, Q.
C, of Sydney, are in the Miowera
on the way home from tho
It takes fivo hundred oxpert
machinists nnd workmen and
three hundred machines to moke
oue Sterling bicycle. In this way
is tho liioyclo built whoso name
stands today for all that is best
nnd bigbost in bioyolo construction.
"oi.ii mttnmrv Mini1."
KkII Iii I II lit I'll!. Ik Ol'Mrt
lluiitft mi Nuliirilnir t'.tMilhR.
A crowded bouse witnesned
Katin Putnam's rendition of lior
famous dual rolos of Littlo Noll
and tho Marchioness iu tbo play
of tbo "Old Curiosity Shop" on
Saturday evening. In her Tor
sion of tbe story Miss Putnam
follows the lines laid down in tho
novel very closoly end to thoso
familiar with tho book her rendi
tion was a duliuhtful one. Bbo
wa9 well supported by H. U.
Einnry as Dick Swivoller aud J.
D. O'Haraas Quilp. Miss Put
nam's songs wero oncored as a
matter of course.
Tomorrow ovening tho last per
formance of tbo season will be
given, tbo play boing "Erm, the
Elf," iu which Miss Futuain as
sumes three different characters
and siugs five or six songs.
vi:i;uit in M run Kit casi:.
One llpfruditnt Oct Scot Frer-dllntr
The Hawaiinn jury trying tbo
Molokai murder caso retired nt
4:20 p. m. Situiduy to consider
their verdiot. At 10:C5 they re
turned tho following verdict;
"Js'oab, guilty of murder first de
gree, J three jurors dissenting;
Sum Ku, not guilty, two (lis
sunting; Puahao, guilty of ns
Bitult, tvo dissenting. Mr.
Rosa for defendants noted an
exception to tho verdict and gavo
notice or motion for a new trial.
Boforo Judge Curter this morn
ing, the trial was resumed of
Walker, n U. S. N . sailor, for as
sault and battery on a Japanese.
Judge Perry granted a decree
of divorce to Norab K. Nnpoleon
against John K. Napoleon. De
Bolt for libellant; Kaulia for
mm i i
Co ram I Niloner'ft Snip.
By virtue of an order issuod by
tho Hon. A. W. Carter in tho par
tition suit entitled Maria Ena and
others vs. Lot K. Lane, heirs at
law of the late Mary Lane, de
ceased, Henry Smith, commis
sioner iu said cause, sold at auc
tion this morning tbe following
1. Piece of lnndin Kealia 2,
South Kona, Hawaii, containing
4.2.") acres, mora or loss, to W. It.
Castle, trustee, for 8610.
2. Piece of land at Waiaala,
Wnikiki, Honolulu, containing
ono-quurtor of an acre, to James
H. Boyd for $195.
3. Piece of land in Kawailoa,
Waialua, containing about seven
acres, to Harry Roberts for $340.
4. Pieco of land at Kawailoa,
Waialua, containing 20-100ths of
au nore, to John Ena for $130.
No sale was mado of Mrs.
Line's iuterost iu tbe Waianao
hui, as her interest in tho same is
Mrs. Martha D. Donuolly, nee
Bolster, was married to Mr. John
Winter at tbe homo of tho bride
in Beretania street on Saturday
evening. Tho ceremony was per
formed iu an itnpressivo manner
by Dr. H. N. Hoyt of California,
who is hero filling tho pulpit of
Central Union church during Mr.
Birnie's vacation. ' Only relatives
of the contracting parties and a
fow intimate friends witnessed
the ceremony. There was a
bounteons suppor, with an elegant
wedding cako on tbo middle of
the table, and a vory pleasant so
oiablo time followed the' feaBt.
The groom is an engineer on the
Oahu plantation, and his brido an
amiublo and highly esteemed lady
of Honolulu birth. She is
a daughter of Mr. Alex. Bolster,
the veteran typographer. Tbo
Bulletin extends congratulations
to the happy couple.
Token ot Ksteem.
Colonel Macfarlane brought
somo ologant presents on bis re
cent flying visit for Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas MoTigbe. The "Irish
consul's" was a gonuino black
thorn isbillolah from Quoenstown,
which is near his birthplace Hjs
wifo rocoived a set of collaretB and
cuffs of genuiuo Limerick laco.
Tom is justly proud of biB nation
al "life preserver," and with its
possession bo is not auxious for a
protcutorato ovor the islands.
Montrmit Ims so vera 1
I rsjI I
Ccletirntutl for II unnt lcitventn-f ftrcneth
lift lirnltlidlliifCfi. AMlire thu fond OKlut
alum ami ull form of adulteration common
to the cheap hiaiiit. llurxl. llAKIMO l'ow
tiF.ll Co, New YuilK.
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . . . .
Like Ours !
W We have saved you
money in the past.
tXST Wo will save you mb
ney in the future. Try us I
L.A.ST JNUGrEIT !
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17,
Of Everybody's K.vorlte, Ctinrmlng
Grand Production of C. T. Dizey's
Greu Sriipuiiniiul Comedy-Drama,
"ERMA THE ELF."
MI8S PUTNAM Will Appear in Three
ERMA THE ELF,
THE INDIAN PRINCESS NA
NOEE. HI8 SATANIC MAJESTY.
She will also iutroduce (by fpeclal
request) ALL her successful Songe,
"Kentuoky Babe," .
"Honey, Does You Love Your Man?"
"Swim the Golueu River,"
And the Beautiful Casttnet Wnllz,
Soug and Dauce.
MIRTn, MELODY AND MUSIC.
SEE THE GREAT BENSATIONAL
Seats on salo at Wall, Nichols Co.
Positively last night.
A position in a family to do general
housework by a Geruaau Woman,
able and willing. References If de.
sired. Inquire at thin Olllco. CS3 (It
SARATOGA being uo Inncer a pub
lie resort, the proprietress will be glad
to let the whole or part (with board If
desired or light hoiiHuUeepliig). to
private fumllles wishing a healthy
summer resort. For terms, address
1. O. Rox 2 lb, or on the premises.
Thu linndnds of HiiU'crors from
constipation in this country com
pels ono to bolievo that niituro
novds assistauco to ovorcomo tho
torpidity of tho liver, wbleh in
most ensos is tho solo catiso of
When n person is suflering from
boadacho or a feeling of fatigue,
tbo chances are ton to one that the
liver is inaotivo. A fow doses of
APENTA WATER will invari
ably bring about a most satisfac
APENTA WATER is a true
spring water obtained, from a
spring at Bndm Pest, and has not
boen artificially treated. Tho
tasto is not unpleasant, the doso
small and tbe ofl'ect positive
The price of APENTA WATER
is very "reasonable. The large
bottles at 25 oents are the exaet
size of most mineral Waters that
ov... u. V, ...,. .. -..U.(
sold at 15 cents. You should
give it a trial.
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ornon 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block tear of J. O. Cartel's office, P. O.
Handsome Rugs !
, ? Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
" "i ..' .
Tapestry, Body -Brussels.
From" the Largest to the Smallest.
Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Gocoanut Mats,
Hassocks, Carpets, Stair Carpets.
N. , S.
Black Figured Silk Gronadino.
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.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor' Hats, Etc., Etc.
N, S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Street, : : .Honolulu:
DtUOAT U I , , ' OEUie.lOUf.i M DAMTy t j ,i 1
aPrieTrial will prove their eriH"'fl-,'j
The 'Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Morement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
OB. O. L. GARVIN,
Telephone 639. In Charge.
JUST A RRTVED !
- ...... .
. Large -A-Ssortment
Men's and Children's
Ox Blood lose
tho Latest Shade in Shoos.
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, bow
occupied by Dr. G. P. Andrews.
Grounds l acres, beautifully laid
out, commands flue view. vacant
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LILLIE,
666 tf at T. H. Davles &, Oa, Ltd.