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KVENINO IJULTiKTIN, A DOUBT 27, 18U7,
Dr. MnxwHll linn luUtrtictl from
n trip to tlio Volcano,
Hoys' fltar wntatH form (odny'a
leader nt "The KmIi."
The Maunn Loa took away thro
touriats for the Volcano.
A strange opium schooner ia
reported off the island of Lanai.
Join our Suit Olub at onto.
Modeirps fc Duckor. SI per
Tom May loft on tho Maunn
Lou this morning for a visit to
Harry Itycroft, tho coffco
Elantor and rancher of Hamatli,
awaii,is in the city.
A number of school toachora,
nHsigned to duty ou Hawaii, loft
on tho Mauna Loa today.
Mm. 13. F. Dillingham, Miss
M. Dillingham and Mrs. H. Qunn
are back from tho Volcano.
Kanihpmauole was fined $5 in
the police court today for a viola
tion of carriage regulations.
In tho police court this morn
ing E. Raney was fined $10 and
costs for cruelty to animals.
L. M. Yetlesen of the Hawaiian
Hardware Company left on the
Mauna Loa today on a business
Various brands of flour are ad
vertised by the Oalifornia Feed
Co., also white lupine beans for
W. H. Corn well wont to Maui
today, and rumor has it that a
grand luau for tho natives of that
island is in prospect.
Rudolph Auerbach, F.M. Wake
field, T. R. Keyworth and Dr. E
Armitago were among the arrivals
on the Kinnu today.
Tho Hilo Herald sayB B. S.
lticjcard has invented a cofToo
pulper which will clean 400
pounds of cherries an hour.
Nicholas was sent to jail for GO
days by Judge Wilcox this morn
ing for assault and battery on
Manager Lowrie ia up from
Ewa today. Ho says the new
pumping machinery is working
well and is being gradually run
up to its fall oapaoity.
The Healani dance heretofore
announced for tonight has been
postponed, the boathouBe having
been tumod into training quarters
for the coming regattas.
W. F. Allen wishes it generally
known that ho is not a caudidate
for tho oflico of Collector-General
of Customs and could not accept
the position if offered to him.
Tomorrow positively the last
day at Sturdevant's. A scrub
bruBU given away with every dol
lar's worth of sales. House broom
givon when more thau one dollar's
worth is purchased.
A glance at the specifications
in the catalogue will show that tho
Sterling bicycle is equipped with
only tho most expensive tires and
saddles. The options are more
liberal than wit hany other wheel.
At the meeting of tho Board of
Education yesterday; tho resigna
tions of C. D. Pringle and Mrs. E.
It. Hendry were reoeived and ac
cepted. Miss Joehneko was ap
pointed assistant in the Hanama
The Earl of Ranfurly, who re
cently passed through bore on his
way to assume the governorship
of Now Zealand, carried with him
no less than sixty tons of baggage,
including four carriagos and 650
cases of wine.
The Hawaiian Cycle & Manu
facturing Co. have turned out
some very neat jobs of gunwork
and our marksmen are congratu
lating thouiselves that thoy can
now have any work of this nature
done on short notice.
"When you nave a portrait on
larged boo that Tyou got your
money's worth. ,King Bros, have
reduced prices to 85.00, S0.50,
S7.B0 and 810.00 for work that
they guarantee to be firstclasa.
They invite comparison. .
Commissioner Ttfarsden receiv
ed from ProfossBor Koobele six
cases of Mexican beotlos yostor
day, most of which will bo taken
to tho othor side of tho ialund to
day and liberated by W. M.
Giffard. These are large black
beetles with powerful pincers
with which thoy seize and toar to
pieces their prey. Eaoh ono will
dofitroy from fifteen to twenty Jap
anese beetles in tho course of a
t Itolmrt HnUtenil linn a nugget of I
Thurston nvoinio is rccolvinu
tlio road tnaktirs' boat attention,
It is calculated that ill) per cent
of tho cigars sold in Loudon are
noi maua oi louacco ai an.
Fred. J. Lowroy's houso ia on
rollers today, being removod to
raako way for a grand new man
sion. Cards of George D. Goar of Ho
nolulu and Gear it Gear, San
Francisco and Honolulu, lawyers,
appoar in this paper.
Thero are 20,400 postofiices iu
the United Kingdom and 28,
000 letter-boxes. Savings bank
business is transacted at 11,000
Mrs. Maria Froomau Gray, a
California journalist of experi
ence, is staying at Haalelea Lawn.
She is a member of tho Women's
Press Association of California
and brings lotters of introduction
to many promiuont people here.
A leading Senator said today
that the coming special session of
tho Hawaiian Senate would not bo
likely to last over a day. Beyond
confirming the President's ap
pointments and ratifying the an
nexation treaty nothing will be
A Portuguese ohild two years of
age fell into a pit of burning rub
bish near the Beretania pumping
station the othor day and when
discovered was horribly burned.
The poor little sufferer was borne
on a pillow to a doctor's office, but
died m a few hours.
IIAUt.Y NUI'IAL CLUB,
UiTta n Dellghtfal EMlerlnlnmciit at
Again last night the managers
of the Hagoy Social Club proved
their rare talent as entertainers.
Many guests were present at the
monthly smoking concert, with a
goodly attendance of members.
Professor J. W. Yarndley presid
ed with accomplished grace, and
the assembly was iu a highly
cheerful mood. , J. A. Mohrten
presided over the refeotion tables
set in the lanai. I'ruit punch
suggesting the name of nectar was
supplied in bounteous measure.
It was not insipidly flavored
water, such as "Rebecca at the
well" ladles out at a church or
charity fair, but pure fruit juice
with the body properly reduced.
The art of its making would be a
valuable possession to any enter
tainer wauting to produce a deli
cious and refreshing temperauce
beverage. Responsos to the cull
ing of the program wero as fol
Piano overture,Vincent Hughes;
song, W Thompson; violin solo,
Professor Yarndley, aocompanied
on tho piano by Professor Berger;
mandolin solo, W H Coney; reci
tation, S J Macdouald; song, A
St M Mackintosh; recitation, J
Fenn; violin and piano selection,
Messrs Hollander add Berger;
song, Yiggo Jacobson; soug.Kev V
H luteal; excuses, Dauiel Logan;
musical selection, Professor
Berger; songs, E B Tlionms, H L
Herbert and J Lightfoot. Several
of the foregoing wore called up
more than once. Prof. Berger by
requoet played his latest march
the Myrtle. At the conclusion
Prof. Yarndley cordially thanked
the guests who had contributed to
That Blojrcte Accident.
In reporting a bicycle accident
the other day, the Bulletin kept'
out the name of the lieutenant of
the U. S. S. Marion, who
came into collision with
a lady walking aoioss tho
street. This was beoause ho
showed sincere regret and was ex
pected to do what was right. The
confidence was well placed, not
withstanding remarks in a con
temporary. W. A. HenshaU, at
torney, under instructions of the
lieutenant, is awaiting the just
olaims of the lady and tho doctor
who attended her with a view to
BY l'OLICE AT CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms tlio s'cry com.
inff from Lima to the effect that the
Statu Department hiifl lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for the releise of
tho mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." Ife fis ashore on December
19 Inst ut Cnlliio, and wns arrested le
cu tine of his constunt demand for "Hal
nler lloer." On tup or In bottles at tho
Celebrated for Its grct leavening ntrengtli
and hciilthfulncts. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
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Kor a term of ttlty years u fuw Wal
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HI King street.
, Tho hundreda of milTorora from
constipation iu this country com
pels ono to bollovo that nuttiro
needs aBsistanca to ovorcomo tho
torpidity of tho liver, whieh in
most cuhgs is tho sole caimo of
When a porson is sufiering from
hoadache or a fooling of fntiguo,
tho chances are ton to one that tho
liver is inactivo. A fow doses of
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APENTA WATER is a true
spring wator obtained from a
spring at Buda Post, and has not
boeu artificially treatod. Tho
tnsto is not unploasant, tho doso
small and the eft'eot positive
The price of APENTA WATER
is very reasonable. Tho large
bottles at 25 conts aro the exaot
size of most mineral Waters that
sell at 50 conts. Trial bottlos aro
sold at 15 conts. You should
givo it a trial.
Hollister Drug Go.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriORt 203 Maroliant street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Carter's office. V. O,
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Fancy Figured Organdy MuhHus.
Black and Colored Silks.
Spangled and Stylish Dress Trimmings.
Tan, Black and White Openwork Sox.
Lot of Taft'ota and Moire Ribbons.
Millinery an ologant assortment.
Ladies' Sailor Hats, Etc., Etc.
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