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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 25, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
llavo removed from tho Old Stand, corner Fort nnd Bcrc
taiiin Street, to the
Lovo Huilding, ITort Street.
V0- The UNDERTAKING DEPAKTMENT is
fully equipped with all tho Latest Facilities in its line.
XX II. WILLIiVMSj ManoRor,
Undertaker and Einbnltner.
Besidenck: KIdr street, near Rich-1 Office: Love Building. Telephone
arils. Telephone No. 640. No. 846.
From New York
Feed Cutters, r.
Shovels, .Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
t Benzine, Axles,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
' Wheelbarrows, Oars,
' "r" Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that we have a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
When planted for soiling purposes cause tho
ground to absorb and hold moisture and act as
a most efficient .....
No Better Fertilizer is known for CANE LANDS.
t3F For sale in quantities to suit by '
The California Eeed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street.
P, Oi Box 480.
8. W. LEDEltKIl, I V
rrop. jl X
V-k-T rl i--virl U'liHTnlimA -'1 -A.il
R. Sold Ohoap
3? Ifighcst Cush Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the 1 X L, comer King and Nuuanu streets.
I Corner Kinp: and Nuu
Firs t-cl ass
for Cawh i&u
At'MMAMA AMI MAHTllA DAMN
Ka1n on Oahu clrftill-l N N Weie
nlnclnn an Hurlli' 'onrrnlnc
Tho Bclioonor Hawaiian! wont
on tbo Oahu circuit today.
Tho steamer Knnln takes fifty
tons of coal to Kahuku this aftor
noon. The stoamor Kilauea Hon goes
to ilonomu way ports tomorrow
The U 8 8 Bennington will Hail
tomorrow for San Francisco if all
sea stores are in.
Tomorrow, high tido largo 3:00
p m'high tide Binnll 2:45 a m;low
tido large 7 :S5 a in; low tide small
9:50 p m.
The bark Martha Davis with
1207 tons of sugar and two pas
sengers sailed for 8an Francisco
The liner Australia caBt off her
lines this afternoon on schedule
time with a big-lot of passengers
and a small .cargo for San Fran
cisco. The solection of Doputy Col
lector McSlooker for Collector in
place of J 13 Castle resigned will
be gladly hailed by tho business
community who have had any
thing to do with the gonial
The Clyde built clipper Loch
Torridon recently mado the record
for fast voyages of loaded vessels
betweou Nuwcasllu, N S W, and
San Franoisco. She mado it in
40 days. Several years ago a ship
made the passage in 45 days, but
she was in ballast.
Complaints are sometimes made
that tho customs bureau iB derelict
in permitting persons to leave
these islands without a proper
passport. The fact of the matter,
as Doputy McStocker explained it
today, ii, that tho sustjajs au
thorities havo nothing further to
do with the departure of a person
from these shores except demand
ing that no tickets be issued ex
cepting to thoao holding passports.
The police department has in its
power tue surveillance of the de
parture of all people from these
shores not holding suoh passports.
The instructions from the cus
toms bureau to the steamship
companies is that all persons pro
curing tickets must have pass
ports but there are stowaways for
all that can be helped.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala,
August 24 L L McCandless, Mrs
0 F Newman n, A Gar vie, Mrs K
Ilanapi, 0 M Cooke Jr, Mrs
Askew and son, Chuck Uoy, J 13
Hanaiko, Mrs G 11 Ewart, Miss
Davis, Dr Campbell, Mrs H H
Wilcox, Mrs Hardwick, Miss
Mary Bice, Mrs M S ltice, H H
Brodie, Mnthew Hoouani, Levi
Kauai, L Akana, Akau and GO on
For San Francisco, por bk
Martha Davis, August 25 George
Shutt, O B Wichman.
For San Francisco, per 8 8
Australia, August 25 Judge Car
ter, Mr Pnfrnth. Mrs E A
Williams, Mrs L 0 Warner, P B
Aiken, W A Jones, E M Boyd,
Mrs Goodncro and daughter, Miss
T Treadwoll, W , J Morse, O L
Wight, Mrs H E Cooko, Mrs P P
Shepherd, Miss G Cooke, Misa
Allen, Miss Hundley, Miss Howe,
LB Kwr.D- E W V n ,nkev, C
M Cooke, V O Cooke, Mins Hop
per, Miss Mary Aluxnudur, Mr
aud Mrs Alex Young, llev F
Pamphilo Devoustor, Miss F
Giunert, Miss I II Itobiusou, MrB
Thurston, P'London,G H Robert
son, O T Sowall, Mrs Avery, M G
Beckwith, S Castle, Mrs E S
Meade, Miss Cowles, Mr and Mrs
A T Swing, Mrs Dr Gardner,
Mrs Silver, Mr and Mrs R Ziebolz
and two ohilcii.on, W L Howard,
(Mrs Leak, Miss Henloy, Miss
Donovon, Lieutenant Stoney and
family, F Hardy and wife, Miss
Drosbach, Mrs J II Brown, T M
Caruogio, G L Cnruogio, A L
Willard, M Phillips, F F Bald
win, E A Gardnor, T H Beuton,
Admiral IWrdsleo and wife.
ni---J n- r.nUhmi iimii .iiimiii.hi.i
Don't bo porsuaded to accopt
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just because you
huvo givon an ordor for ono.
King Bros, will givo you liorno
thing infitiiloly hotter and cheap
er than you can got utiywhnro else
Ti'MntT, Aug '.M.
fltmr Kli, Mother, Initn Kafcuku.
WrtiNr.MiAT. Ant; 3A.
O 8 8 Autrll, llointlclle, for Hun Fran
rlfo. Am lik Mnrtlin l)itl, Krllf.forSiiti KranrU.
co, Wfdin'nilny, AukV.'i, nt noon.
Httnr KiU, Monlier, for Kihuku.
Sclir Kw1IaiiI, for 0tau.
U 8S llrnnlnKlon, Nlchnlt, forSftnFran
clicn, Thursday, Aiik Srt, at noon.
Hlmr Ktlmtca Hon, Wclr, for Olnwatti. Kn
Knlnu, l.nupaliodinu, l'oluKninni, llono
lilna, llukftlmi, Uonomu, Tliuariln)', Au;; V!il,
1'it MbMIm Davin -31,115 b.RS of silsnr
(i,6'Ji,()ll iioiituU) Viiluc 0,:t0S, rlilnpcil by
b llruttcr V U'o Ltd, Cnallu & CooUu'I.til, T
II UjsIci .V: C'O'l.til. I' A civliacfcr Co.
VKH.xKl.., IN POUT.
U S S Dcimhinton, Nichols, San Dlcco, Auk,
U 8 8 Mnrloo. Dook, an UI'(.'o, March 11.
U8S l'hlladclplila, Cotton, dan UIcko; April
II 1 J M S NunUaKnn, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters notlBchnlcil In this list.)
Oer ship II F Glade, llncsloop, Bremen,
Ilrbk woollahra, llarncson, Newcastle.
Am lik C D'Urynnt, Colley, Lnjsun Uland.
Am bk l.l.zle vnucel'lliinlwlfk, Nnwciistle.
Am bk Ueorite K Mnanoii, Cluck, XeHcaetle.
Am bk Mulilcau, fcauiHliT, S K.
FOHEION VFSSEI.8 EXTECTE1).
Vessels Ulieiolrow Duo
Ilrbk Koocllitkn Newcastle. ...Sopt
Am sh Tlllle E Starbuck.. Newcastle. .Sept
U S 8 Ualtlmore 8 F Oct
U ) H ()ri-8(in 8F 8ept
Am ship W F Babcock....I)kltImorc..NoT
Am bktn Echo.... l'UKct Sound Due
Am schr Esther ll'ihnc. . . . Eureka Due
Am bktn Kllkltat l't (iambic ....Due
Am schr Louisiana.. ,.l'uf;ct Sound. ..Due
Am schr Kobcrt 8carlcs.l'ui;ct Sound. .Duo
Am bk Archer 8 F . ..Due
Am ecu Hobort Lowers .... l't Sound. .Due
Am schr Aloha S F Due
Am bk Colusa. ...Newcastle Due
Am schr J O North. ..8 F(IIouolou)...Due
Ilaw bk Fooling Suey....New York. .Feb
Am schr Transit 8F Sept 3
Ambrlet VG lrwln....8 F Sept 3
Am bktn S N Castle... .8 F Sept 4
Am bark Albert 8 F Sept 10
Amiuir lieitlc .tuuor..e F..(Kullua)'cpt 15
Am bk Kosciusko Newcastle ....8ept 15
Miss stmr Muruiuc Star.. Micronesia .Apr 15
ALVE8-BETTENCOUlvr-Mrs F AWe to
J llettcucourt at Catholic Cathedral by
Father Clement, August 1, lH'JT.
DWIOI1T In tho city of Hamburg, Ger
many, July '-ii, lS'JT, James Gilbert
Dwight, of consumption, aged 10 years
and U rannths.
The deseaced was the only son of the
late James Dulglit, and a uephew of
Samuel aud Clus Dwlglit, and a step son
of J 11 ltlack, ofllunolulu.
Xiilie ut All.
Tlio Poet Yon boo, I don't want it
known that I nm a poet.
biio 13ut llint is no ruatun why you
shouldn't fcipn your immu to it. Life.
Pribollla I want to (jot a gown to
Pcrdita Why don't you get a hand
paiutod ono? Brooklyn Lifo.
P. F. Ityan, tho gonial managor
of tho rnliablo old Anchor, haa so
cured an ubiu usniotuuliu William
Carlisle, late of tho ITawaijau
notol. At tho Anchor tho fainljus
Seattle boor is on tap, and half-and-half
compounded nt "two for
a quarter." The Anchor main
taiim itH reputation for superior
brauds of whiskies, as well iib of
other liquors, wines, otc.
. v -x-",.;
-FOIl Til 12-
Sliciion of Diligttw.
BY FJ1E0IMGT OLUMS, AND
l-'Olt TIIK ISLAND NOMI
THK AMKIUOAN CNION
HONOLULU, H. 1., Aug. 10, 1897.
A Con vent ion of tho Amorican
Union Party of tho Island of Oahu
will bo held in tlioAraoricanLoiguo
Hall, Honolulu, Wednesday,
September 15, at 7:.10 p. in , for
tho pnipOMi of niiminnting f r tho
oleotion of Ssjitoinbur 12'J, 18'J7.
tliroo candidatiu for the House of
Uonrt'Hontativos for tho Fourth
District and threo for the Fifth
District, and for thojidoption of
a ilatform of principles.
Dolrgates to tho Nnminnting
Convention will bo cliosou at Pre
cinct Club mcotings on tho even
ing of August 30, in Honolulu,
and August 28 In the outaido pre
cincts. Only regiBtorod doctors will bo
ont'tli'd to voto for dolegiitos.
The upportioniiient of tho various
products is ns follows:
First Precinct Govcrntnout
Nnrsory; two d'elpgntos.
Second Precinct Beretauia
Street School: six dolegatcs.
Third Procinut Nuuuuu Water
Gate; ono delegato.
Fourth Precinct Royal School;
Fifth I'recinct Kapuaiwa
Building; threo dolegites.
Sixth Precinct Bell Tower;
First Preoinot Kaneohe; two
Second Proeinct Koolauloa
Court Houso: one dolegate.
Third Proeinct Waialua; ono
fourth Precinct Waianaojono
Fifth Proeinct Ewa Mill; one
Sixth Preoinot Mannna Court
Houso, one delegato.
Seventh Preoinot Roform
School; two delegates.
Eighth Precinct Tram Stables;
Ninth Precinct Kauluwela
School; two delegates.
Tenth Proeinct Chineso En
giuo Houso; two dolegates.
NOTE: Polling places are given
jnoioly to dolinito preoincts, and
are not necessarily irooting placet).
The latter will bo mado known by
Contr.il Committee representatives.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
Chairman, Contral Committoo.
Secretary. GH -5t
By virtue ot u writ of Execution
lflsued out of the Circuit Court of the
PI rut Circuit on Um4thda.y of AugUBt,
A. O. )o'j7, i.gainat ruou k;, ileiuud
aut, in favorot Thomas Gy, plulntlli;
for tho Hum of One Hundred and Eigh
teen 10-100 Dollars, ($118.10), I bnve
levied upon aud shall ex post, for sale
at the Polio Station, KuMktiia Hle,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hupuhllo
of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of MON
DAY, the 20lh day of September, A.
D. 1807, to tho hl-rheht biildnr, all the
illit, title uiui iuteriHt o! huhl i'uou
(I;), ilefemlant, In and to tho lollowiug
property, uultifi.auM Jinlcnient, Inter
et, coats Hiid my ixpcuBes be pre
1 lt of property for salo: Piece of
Land of Polkuruaunu, 11. P. 1116,
(Grant), at Kamauanui, District of
Waialua,- Oahu, leased to Edgar and
Frank Halatead, fur 10 years at Twen
ty 20 Dollars a year, commencing
from the Otli day ot June, A. D. 1806.
Ara 1.80 acres, shunted at Puaapli
3, Kttmauauul, Waluluu, Oalm.
riece oi jjuiii oi i-en, u r. in::,
Griinl., at KHiimunnul, Waialua,
)uliu, leased to Edgaraud Frank Hal-
stead, for 10 years at Slxteeu 10 Dot
lars a year, commencing from October
20, A. D. lfaOO, situated at Kurauuiu 2,
Kamauanui, Waialua, Oahu.- Area
H. II. HITCHCOCK,
002-5t Deputy aiarobal.
Cottage For Rent.
Five Hoom Unfiirulshotf Cottugn on
South Urt'tit, i'ossehslon gtvull Hup
tember 1st. Apply to
3 lw Club HlableB,
Kvcning Jlullctin, 7Sc. jnr month.
Auction fftilt by Jot, ". Mnruttn, ?
.EXECUTORS SALE,;: ,V
Hy oidor of tho Executors of iho
Estato of ADELIA COIINWHLL,
docoascd, I will sell at Public
Auotion, on the promises, Judd
On FRIDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
That Vnlunblo Property, known
And nt prosont occupied by Mrs.
The real estate comprises about
4.7-100 ncroB of tho finest reaidonco
jirnporty in Honolulu,
Tho grounds nro planted with a
vast variety of fruit, shade, palm
and other tre,s, and nro laid out
with fine carriugo drives and walks
through tropical foliage. Ono of
the valley streams runs through
the eastern boundary of tho pro
perty. The mnin dwelling is a commo
dious two-story building, contain
ing largo drawing room, spacious
dining-room, billiard room, bed
rooms, etc., und has all modorn
improvements. Tho house is sub
stantially built and tho rooms are
all wollvonlilated. Sanitary plum
Cottages, Stables, Carriage
Houses and Out-housos on tho
The situation commands an un
surpassed viow of the Harbor, the
main portion of the City and tho
adjacont mountain scenory. This
is ono of tho largest and finest
residences that has beon offered
at public sale in Honolulu, and
must be sold to oloso the abovo
Immediately following the sale of
the rcsidonce, 1 will sell tho
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
particulars of which can be ob
tained at my office.
Parties contemplating purchas
ing tho Residence nnd wishing to
inspeot the samo, should make ap
plication at my office, No. 83
JAS. F. MORGAN,
If the maker hadn't
fooled himself, tho
price ticket would
call for a dollar fifty.
If our bundle wrapper
has an idle moment
today, it's because
less than half price
has no influence.
9 Hotol Street
Agnnta for Dr. Dulmel's Linen-Mesh
Under. vear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Ordor.
Sign Painter & Paper Hanger
133 Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu,
No person or persons are authorized
to contract auy debts In behalf of tli
Hawaiian Hiificy Institute from this
A. V. GEAR,
Honolulu, A u . !i3, 1607. OwMw
One of the Flnetand Largest Hotels
in tho ally, at a very ruitsoimblo li-r-laln,
For particulars, apnlv to
A. V. UKAK&CO,,
000-Jw 'Jiu Klnir trt?tt.