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BVHNINO UULMGT1N, AUOUHT 21, 1BU7.
LOCAL AND QBNKKAL.
U. Uelllim linn n coltnyu lo lot,
A. V, Tiivntoa U n now notary
H. Klclil, imlntor, do., lms n cnnl
Hummocks to suit your fnuoy
A man is aonornlly at his honvi-
est in his fortieth year.
Spooinl dinner and dnnco nt tho
Hawaiian hotol this evening.
Tho Australia sails for Snn
Francisco tomorrow at tho usual
Tho tolephono pooplo aro ox
tamling thoir cable system along
"W. E. Kowoll was olectod sec
ond . lioutenaut of Company II.
Last performance of Corbett
and FitzsimmonB at the Opora
The wedding of E. II. Stackablo
and Miss Eastman is announced
for this OToning.
Daniel, a native, died at tho
Queen's hospital yesterday of
cancer in tho throat.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular House, 154 Fort strcot,
from 81.00 per week up.
More cars to take business peo
ple home are announced by the
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Tho Healani crews have gono
into training at their boat house,
eating and sleeping there.
Mrs. "W. P. Boyd, wife of tho
Aineiicau vico consul, returned
from Maui on tho Maunu Loa
Tho Aorangi was 33 days on
the voyage from Victoria to Syd
ney including calls at Honolulu
Captain Cotton of the Philadel
phia gavo a dinner last evening in
honor of Admiral and Mrs.
Instead of an engagement ring,
the Japanese lover gives his
sweetheart a pioco of beautiful
silk for her sash.
Nice four-year old riding
horso, with saddle and bridle, for
sale. Inquire at Hotel Stables
or of Q. H. Berrey, 210 King:
Tho work o tearing down the
old buildiugs on tho site of tho
new Inter-Island Steamship Com
pany's premises is about com
pleted. A Japaneso with the Hawaiian
name of Kuapala was arrested
this morning for obtaining $12
from a Chinaman under false pro
tonces. Those desiring to enter tho
Kindergarten Training School in
Boptombor Bhould apply at onco
to Mrs. Harriot Cautle Colemau,
0C0 King street.
Sterling riders never change
their mounts. Why? Beoauso
thoy aro never troubled with re
pair bills and know that there is
not a bettor wheel made.
If you want decoy duck, plover
decoys, duck calls, plover calls
aud any suoh supplies call at the
Pacific Cyclo & Manufacturing
Co., Love building, Fort stroet.
Don't overlook tho fact that
whon your bioyclo breaks down or
hss an accident of any kind, tho
.. Hawaiian Cycle & Manufacturing
'Co. can make it as good aa now
'and at most reasonable figures.
The next mooting of Hawaiian
Tribe, No. 1, I. 0. R. M., will
take place ou Thursday evening at
Harmony hall, King street. After
this weok, the meetings of the
Tribo will be held regularly Fri
Milton Porkins, a son of Sena
tor Perkins of California, is in
tho oity. Ho came on tho Aus
tralia expecting to moot his
mother and sister before thoy left
on the Mariposa. He passed
them 100 milos out at sea.
Tho Call of the 12th says that
Ex-Queen Liliuokalani, who has
been in BbBton and Washington
for ubout a year past, is oxpecieu
to arrive in San Francisco in
about a week. She w.ill spend
Bomo titno in that City and San
Tho Oliver Typowntor is pro
nounced by oxports, tho host inn
chino in tho world. It has many
vnluablo fontures, whioh have to
' bo soon in ordor to bo appreciated.
Tho Oliver can bo scon nt tho
olllco of A. V. Oonr, No. 210
King atroot. "
Tint LNnimlnWtHlur linn it notice
III (III IfHtlU.
About nix initliM uf rntu full on
Maui in rnctiil hIudua.
Judgij Kopoikai and wife loiivn
for homo on tint Ulatuliun,
W. C. Cornwell is booked
loavo for tho Const tomorrow.
Election day ooincs on Wednes
day, September 2'.). It is a legal
Carl Buohholtz, a coffeo planter
nt Papa, Hawaii, enmo up ou tho
Principal Ilospcraus of tho La
haiualuua school leaves for home
ou the Claudino.
Tho Corbott-Fitzsimmons prizo
fight 1ms boon fought over again
many times today,
Mrs. V. H. Kitcat, Miss May
lialdwin aud F. F. Baldwin came
over on tho Mauua Loa.
Mr. aud Mrs. Qarteuborg re
turned ou the Mauua Loa. I Mrs.
Gartunberg is still quite ill.
Kov. S. H. Davis uotted $350 at
hisquarterceutouuary luau for the
benefit of Christ Church, Kona.
Ah Sing vun sout to jail for
three months by Judgo jVilcox
this morning for opium in posses
sion. Senator Baldwin, ono of the
greatest travelers on the islands,
is off to Maui on the Claudino to
night. Residents of Makiki complain
that they aro sadly neglected in
the matter of electric lights and
The big steam roller is working
on tho new bioycle track, which
is expected to be completed by
Knhokili will work on the
streets for tho next thirty days,
andall forthe fun ho had in assault
ing another native.
When on your way to lunch
drop in at the "Favorite" for a
bottle of the famous Seattle Beer.
All epicures uso it.
Representative Kaoo is a can
didate for re-olection from Kauai
and has filed the necessary pa
pers in tho Interior Office.
President Dole iB booked to
leave on the Claudino tonight. He
will land at Kaunakakai, Molo
kai, for a few days' deer hunting.
The only "M.P." of tho Healani
'Boat Club will leave by the Austra
lia, anil it is uuispuiiHl ho will need
a "bicycle built for two" on his
Tho primary elections for dele
gates from Honolulu precincts to
the coming convention of the
Amerioan Union party come off
on Monday evening.
There was no mooting of the
Baseball Association today, it be
ing stated that tho St. Louis
captain either had or would with
draw his protest ovor Saturday's
Tho silver trophies for last
yoar's events under the nuspices
of the Hawaiian Rowing Associa
tion havo been recoived and will
be exhibited by the Pacific Hard
R. I. Lillie, of tho hardware de
partment of Thoo. H. Davids &
Co., expects to take the next Van
couver steamer en routo to New
York. He will return by way of
San Francisco aftor a ahort4)usi
A petition with tho requisite 25
signatures has been filed in tho
Interior Office nominating Paul
IsonbergJr. as a candidate for tho
House of Representatives in tho
next Legislature from tho island
Tho battalion oncampmonts for
next month have boon docidod on
and will take plnco at Reraond
grove. During tho oncampmenta
special trains will be run ovory
evening at a round trip fareof 25
cents or just 5 cents moro than tho
faro to Waikiki and baok,
John Andrade's horse objeoted
seriously to boing struck a smart
blow with n whip whilo going to
tho steamer Manna Lioa this after
noon and kicked off tho dashboard
of tho hack to which ho was an
nexed. A runawny was prevont
od by tho horso slipping down.
It's ono thing to take an ordor
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits havo always boon knowu
to givo satisfaction and now that
thoy havo roduccd thoir prices bo
low, nn oxtrn inducomont is offer
ed. Boo whnl thoy havo boforo
Celebrated tor Its great leavening fttrcngth
ind licfllthfulncd. AMtiret llio food against
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to the cheap brands, liurxi. Hakino Tow
iikr Co , Nkw Yoiiki
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
largo stock . . . .
Wo have saved you
money in the past.
fi- We will savo you mo
ney in the future. Try us 1
Wall, Nichols Co
AT 8 80 O'CLOCK.
The Original ami only authorized
Held atCarBOU Clty.Nevadn, March
17, under the direction ol Dan Stewart.
i The Plot ures have had a run of
100 Performances at the Chicago Ope
ra House, i
1C0 Performances at the Academy,
100 Performances at tho Boston
80 Performances at the Opera House,
The Pictures will bo presented here
In the same elaborate style, showiujr
one hundred and forty-three thousand
eeparuto and distinct Pictures.
Prices: 50c, 75c and $1.
Beats on salo at WU, Nichols Co.
this morning. (103.lt
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
OrriCKi 207 MrncuAM Btikt,
Furniture and Pianos care
Baggage Checked al Your Home,
tSwRINU UH UP. 07(J:iu
Tho hundreds uf Hufterors from
constipation in this country com
pels ono to hollcvo that nature
nuids assistance to ovorcomo tho
torpidity of tho liver, whioh in
most ensos is the solo cnuso of
"When a poraon is sufiering from
hoadnche or a fooling of fntiguo,
tho chances are ton to ono that tho
liver is inactive A fow dosos of
APENTA WATER will invari
ably bring about a most satisfac
APENTA WATER is a truo
spring wator obtained from a
spring at Buda Pest, and has not
boon artificially treatod. Tho
taste is not unpleasant, the doso
small and tho effect positive
The price of APENTA WATER
is very reasonable. Tho largo
bottles at 25 conts are the exact
size of most mineral Wuters that
sell at 50 conts. Trial bottlos aro
sold at 15 conts. You should
givo it a trial.
Hollister Drug Go,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB
OrriCKi 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office. P. O.
Handsome Rugs !
Smyrna, India, .
Velvet Pile, Dagestan,
if r '
Mats & Carpets!
Angora Mats, Oocoanut Mats,
. m.. -ril.
Im . S.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Organdy Muslins.
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dross Trimmings.
Tan, Black nnd White Opouwork Sox.
Lot of TafFota and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant atsortinent.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc., Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. : : Honolulu.
VTHE MRATIf COLOR Mf
THIS BRAND IS SIMPLY OWlN(f$
TO THE OATS BEIN6 MASTED
WHILE All OTHER BRANDS
STEAMED. THE ROASTING!,
owes A PECULIAR
xiYJtf5z mfORMsrNor tWJST
VWWfcopsySANFRANCISCO,CAL. AS GOOD
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qalet, nomelike Place, where Trained
Nurses, Massace, "Swedish Movement,"
Hatha, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtained.
DR. O. L. GARVIN,
Telephone 639. In Charge.
Tapestry, Body Brussels.
From the Largest to tho Smallest.
Carpets, Stair Carpets. ;? i
Men's and Children's
Ox Blood lose
11. I .o lmln iii Slinoa.
"W - arOI:3LXA.Tr,g3
"SOkl. tvruwa Rmmds
fHftlS SSW. ARE
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, now
occupied by Dr. G. P. Andjewa.
Grounds i acres, beautifully laid
out, commands Ann view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LILLIE,
666 tf at T. H. Davles &. Co., Ltd.
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