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KVKN1NU ilUliliUTIN, AU0U8T 2(1, 1BH7.
LOCAL AND QUN1SUAL,
Tlmro wpro no rmoMB innilo lo
ilny up lo IS o'clock.
Kntiiolintnnlin teniae of pctfoo
tlon incolo tills oyi'iiIiir.
Hatmnorn nnd hntcheln 80 conts
to 00 cents at BturdovaulV.
Hawaiian trllie of lted.Muu
holds a powwow thlHovuiu(.
Join our Unit Chili nt onco,
Mudoiros it Docker. 81 por
Q.1I. Borroy linn boon ompowor
td to recoipt for Dr. Clifford D.
Tho Minister of Interior invites
tonilorfl for making a road from
Mnliukoiia to the "Wnimen rond,
A. V. Uonr & Co. offer Waikiki
bench lots for lutiso for fifty yonrB.
A prent chauce for seaside ra
treats. It is understood Hint the friends
of W. P. Allon are urging hiB
claims forthq position vacated by
James B. Castle.
Bicyclo shoes, stockings, sweat
ers, carriers, etc., at the Pacific
Cycle & Manufacturing Co., Lovo
building, Port street.
Two natives wero convicted in
the Police Court this morning of
adultery. Tho man was fined $50,
while the woman had her sen
President Dole convenes the
Senate on Septembor 8 by procla
mation, to consider the ratifica
tion of tho annexation treaty and
for other business.
For tho Hagoy Club Smoker
tonight the best program yet is
promised. Seats placed on the
lawn in rear of the house will en
hance the comfort of those pre
sent. The Sterling which has just
arrived iB tho first of its kind that
has ever boon brought to thoso
Islands. It can be ridden by a
lady and gentleman or two gen
tlemen. In view of the number of suspi
cious characters about town, it
behooves people not to leave any
money lying about and to be more
careful of their valuables than
they have been.
There are a number of sufferers
from reoent robberies who hope
that Detectives Chillingworth and
Vida will soon be able to devote a
little of their timo to getting on
tho trail of tho burglars.
John D. Spreokels has become
the sole owner of the San Fran
cisco Cnll and has notified its
Honolulu correspondent that W.
S. Lenke will reprosent him in all'
departments of 'the paper.
Miss Clara Thurston is visiting
her cousin Mrs. Captain Campbell
on lieretnniu street. Miss Thars
ton arrived on the Alameda this
morning from California and will
stay for soino months on tho isl
ands. Undor tho law tho last day in
which nominations for the Legis
lature can bo filed falls ou Sunday.
Minister King has decided to re
ceive them until i o'clock on
Monday, as tho office is not open
The Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co. have turned out
some very neat jobs of gunwork
and our marksmen are congratu
lating themselves that they can
now have any work of this nature
done on short notice.
"W. Berlowitz, the genial travel
er for Castle & Cooke Ltd., leaves
for Banff Springs by the Aorangi
to seek relief from rheumatic
tioubles. His many friends wish
him complete restoration with en
joyment of his journeys.
A nnmbor of othor burglaries
thnt have been kept quiet during
tho last month or two are coming
to light. Notably tho caso of a
Pantheon backman who was
touched for $4G and another who
lost a gold watch and chain.
Theo. Hoffmann the electrician
received a letter from his father
by the Alameda, in which tho
, opinion is given that the Trinity
county gold fields had bettor bo
left to prospectors with some
capital, and that these have a good
chanco to make big strikoB.
A. M. Mollis anticipated Mr.
Cockburn's advocaoy of a Hawai
ian coffee palace at Omaha so far
as to havo forwarded an applica
tion to the mnnngomeut of tho
exhibition, by tho steamar Auj
tralia, for a franchise for n Ha
wniiau cafe, whoro our coffee will
bo the prima bevorngo solved.
THE ALAMEDA ARRIVES
MM lit ItOI'I'lltHIIM.M I II 1101 III!
I'AMI'.NOkH)! UN ItnAHIIi
Mcinluln HttUtHli MclNrn llnmt-
Th HI '! Ii0il4 Atmntt
In Itm Mmlt.
Tho Oconuin Steamship Com
pniiy's Alnmcdn arrived from San
Francisco bright and early this
morning. Prominent among hor
A. do S. Cnnnvarro, Charge d'
Affaires and Consul Qonoral for
Portugal at this port, who has
been anny ou a two mouths vaca
tion. Professor F. A. Hosmer of Oahu
college, who has beon away ou a
short business trip in the interests
of that institution.
Miss Adeline E.Knapp,tho well
known writer and correspondent
on the staff of the San Francisco
Call, who comes in the interests
of that paper. Miss Enapp was
here in 181)3 for several months
and is a writer of more than ordi
Robert Halatead, owner of Wai
alua plantation, returning with
Mrs. and Miss Haletead from a
trip to California.
C. D. Chase, the real estate man
and broker, who brings a brido
Frank Dillingham, the now
United States Consul-General to
Auckland, Now Zealand, en route
to hiB post of duty. Mr. Dilling
ham is accompanied by his wife
and two children and hails from
the State of Vermont.
Hon. J. S. Udal, Attorney-Qonoral
at Fiji, who stops off at Apia
on bis way to Suva.
Hon. A. Brassey, M. P., brother
of Lord Brassey, the present Gov
ernor General of New South
Wales, accompanied by the Misses
Hon. J. P. Bray, tho new Unit
ed States Consul-Genoral to Mel
bourne, who goos to assume the
duties of his office.
The big steamer has over 2000
tons of freight on board, princi
pally for the Colonies, her dck
load alone consisting of over 400
tons of apples and onious, while
the remainder is made up of ma
chinery, leather, canned goods,
dried fruits, bales of overalls (a
large shipment ), doors, sugar pine
lumber,-paper, coffee, barley aud
a hundred and one other articles,
not forgetting bicycles, which. are
sold cheaper in Sydnoy .and Mel
bourne than they nro in Cali
fornia. JWtXt'TITIOXKK CKNNUIIKD.
Decision l Siiiroinn Court Hcjrnrdliic
Wnkclleld and W Up.
A decision of the Supremo
Court has been handed down on
tho "information for misconduct"
agaiust F. M. Wakefield and W.
S. Wise, members of the bar.
Though required to show cause
why they should not be disbarred,
and were not ablo to justify their
conduot upon homing, the Court
is content with passing censure
upon the respondents and con
demning them to pay costs
amounting to about $250.
The syllabus of decision runs
thus: "It is censurable conduct
for an attorney while acting for
a client in one matter to bring an
action closely connected with it
against him, having as its ulterior
object actucd nud prospectivo gain
Attorney General W. O. Smith
for tho information; Paul Nou
mann and A. S. Hartwnll for res
pondents. Hotel Arrival.
Hawaiian Wm Eassio, Eealia;
Robert P. Greer, Miss H. E
Aukony, B. M. Newoomb, San
Francisco; R. G. Van Ness, Clove
land, Ohio; John P. Bray, U. S.
A.; Henry W. Howard, Honolu
lu; Dr. G. Tvilonins, Gormany; E.
Halatead and wifo, R. Halatead
and wifo, Misses Halatead 2, Wai
alua; Dr. McMillan and wifo, Miss
McMillan, Glasgow, Scotland.
Arlington M. F. Lucas, Hono
lulu; W. Fishor, Hooia; P. B.
Aiken, Paia; Earl Buchholtz, Ha
waii. m m m
About ouo-tonth of an inch ol
rain hus fallen in tho showots of
tho past two days.
Celebrated for tit (treat leavening lrcnirth
nl lu-altliliiltiois. AMiircn llio food nMtit
shim ami all form of adulteration common
to tliu cheap brand. ItorAl. IIakinu row
lint Co , New Voiik.
the place to buy your
which go to complete a
large stock . 4. . .
Like Ours !
, WiF Wo havo saved you
money in the past.
jj We will save you mo
ney in the future. Try us I
Nollcu is liett'by given Hint Hie fol
lowing i"lriiy Iiih been lninumled
iu inr (KwuriinitHit l'ouud itl Mukiki,
Honolulu vl. :
1 Ha, or-u brill ltd on the left
hind qii'ut. r, four (illicit leg, shod
on all lour l g.
And if huuli fhtnty i-t not claimed
aud all pound iMirne" xiitlflled ou or
before BAI'UIIDAY, S-pt. 4, lb97, at
12 o'clock noou, Hit- ciiinu will he sold
on that date utld hour to the highest
bidder. K. KEKUENK,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 24, 1897.
PEOPLE'S EXPRSS CO.
OtncEi 207 MmciiAhT Siiiht',
Furniture and Pianos care
Baggage Checked at Your Home.
CUBING TJS UP.
Kumehameha Lodge of Perfection,
No. 1, A. & A. B. U., will holil u Rg
ular Meeting at 7:30 o'clock THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, at Masonlo
Temple. O. L. ORABBE,
695 U Srtoretary.
Hawaiian Tribe, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
The Regular Meeting of Hawaiian
Tribe, No. 1, 1. O. R. M., will bo held
in Harmony Hall THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, Auk. 20, at 7.30 o'olook.
By order of Hucliem,
695 It J. P. ECKARDT.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Tho hundreds of miilcrors from
constipation in this country com
puis ono to bollcvo that niiluro
needs nsniBtnnco to ovoreomo tho
torpidity of tho liver, which in
most cnsoH is the nolo causo of
When n porson is suflcring from
hoadaoho or a fooling of fntlguo,
tho ohanoes are tun to ono that the
liver is inactlvo. A fow dosos of
APENTA WATER will invari
ably bring about a most satisfac
APENTA WATER is a true
spring wator obtained from a
spring at Buda Post, and has not
boeu artificially treated. Tho
tnsto is not unploasant, the doso
small and tho ofl'oot positive.
The price of APENTA WATER
is very reasonable. Tho large
bottles at 25 cents are the exact
sizo of most mineral waters that
sell at GO conts. Trial bottles aro
sold at 16 conts. You, should
givo it a trial.
ister Drug Go,
MARY POBLIC and TYPEWRITES
Offices 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Garter's office. P. O.
Crash and Homespun,
v t i
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Jjinen jjimDroiaerea ana irawnworji ..-j.
Black Figured Silk Grenadine.
Fancy Figured Organdy MuhHiis.
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dross Trimmings.
Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of Tail'ota and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an elegant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc , Etc.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Streofi. : : Honolulu.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qnlet, Homelike Plaoo, where Trained
Nurses, MnsBase, "Swedish MoTomont,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may be obtaiuod.
DR. O. L. GARVIN,
Telephone 639. In Charge.
NEW' . .
For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits.
New Lino of the Latest Designs.
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!No. 10, Fort Sivoot.
YOUNG TEN0CR CORN
PETERSON & CO.
Residence For Sale or
Fine Residence on Green street, nw
occupied by Dr. G. P. Andrews.
Grounds 1?; acreB, beautifully laid
nut, commands flue view. Vacant
1st August. Apply to
It. I. LIIiLIE,
660 tt at T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
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