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EVENING BULLETIN, AUCIUHT M, 1807.
California Feed Company
.... OFFER FOR SALE ....
Port Costa, Olympic, Golden
Lily and Big "A" Flours.
Choice Hay, Grain & Chicken Feed
Always on hand. Also,
WHITE LUPINE BEAM
For Dampening, Mellowing and Enriching the Soil.
g5 For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Telephone 121. Queen Street,
Removal Notice !
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from the Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tatua Street, to the
Xjove Building, Fort Street.
E3? The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all tho Latest Facilities in its line.
II II- WILLIAMS, Manager,
Undertaker and Eiubalmer.
Residence: King street, near Rich-1 Officii: Love Building. Telephone
arN. Telephone No. 849. No. 840.
From New York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc.,
iHinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady domand
for, and which we oiler to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
B. W. LEDEJtER, I
JL .-C X
BO. Bold Clioap lor Cash -fea
ffir II. ghost Cash Prico paid for Second-hand Furnituro
at tho I X L, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
I Corner King and Nuu-
i i anu Din.
SOME BRINY WHISPERS
YA4'lirMEfl UETTINU HEADY FOR
Mokolii Iii-Nocmii tnm llamftktiK
-A Blc Bock-KBitl SlghU
tli lioi .ho.r.
Tho bark Mohican is loading
sugar at Kinau wharf.
Tho schooner Lizzie Vnnco sail
od for l'uget Sound at 11 o'clock
The barks Goo F Mauson and
0 1) Bryant are discharging at
tho railway wharf.
Tomorrow, high titlo largo 4:27
p tn;high tide small '1:30 a in; low
tido large 10:50 p m; low tidu small,
10:15 a m.
The steamers Kaala for Kahu
ku and Puualuu and Waialeale
for Lahaina leave Monday morn
ina at 10 o'clock.
The steamer Mokolii in from
Molokai with live stock and pro
duce this morning leaves thence
next Monday evening.
A mysterious schooner anchored
off Diamond Head is reported by
the steamer Kaala which arrived
from Eahuku last night.
The stoamera Helene and Einau
are on tho borth for next Tuesday,
tbo Holouo for Honomu way
landings at 4 o'clock in tbo after
noon and tho steamer Kinnu at
10 o'clock in tho morning for Hilo
Yachtmou aro now getting
ready for the regatta day in Sep
tember. The yaohts Hawaii, com
mander W L Wilcox, Rgbcuo,
commander O Johnson, Bonnie
Dundee, commander S B Dole,
Spray, commander H M Dow, and
Helene, commander Fred Whit
ney, will all enter in the first
class races. There is also chances
of very exciting second-class racos
for the twenty footers. L W
Hobron's now yacht is expected
on the bark Albert next weelc and
tho Bonnie Dundee will then huvo
to look out for her laurels.
Tho largest floating dock of its
kind in the world is now being
nnnntrnnted in England for the
port of Olongapo, in the Philip
pine islands, at the order of the
Spanish Government. It will be
450 feet long, 117 feet wide and
38 feet deep, and when in posi
tion, will rest on six pontoons,
each about 14 feet deep, these be
ing of iron, while the sides of the
dock will bo of stool. Tho ar
rangement of tho pontoons will
also be such that, should one of
them be damaged, it can easily be
removed and floated on to tho
dock for repairs. Powerful pump
ing engines will be luted so that a
vessel weighing 12,000 tons can
be lifted in about two hours. The
maximum length of vessel which
tho dock will accommodate will bo
From Maui, Lanai and Molokai,
per Btmr Mokolii, Aug 28 J F
Brown, Mrs J Gilraan, Mrs. Gil
bert, F Foster and 7 deck.
From Kaui, per stmr James
Makeo, Aug 28 A Wilder, L Mc
GandlesB and 1 deck.
From Hawaii, per stmr Noeau,
Aug 28 E A Mott-Smith, Mrs
Paty, Miss Paty, Miss J B Mas
sey, Miss E Ilickurd and 18 deck.
Fm n vr, Aim. "7,
Stmr KaaU, iloslier, from port on Oaliu.
81p Kuwallanl, from Oahu ports.
Btmr Kaena, Parker, from Walalua.
Stmr N'oeau, Peterson, from Hawaii.
Btmr J A Cummins, Bcarlc, from Oaliu
Btmr Jiuucs MubkC, Tullctt, Irom Kapaa,
Btmr Mokolii, Bennett, from Molokai,
Sclir l.uka, fur Hawaii.
Stmr Wulalt-nlu, (Irejrory, for Miml, Mon
day, Aui; :;o, ttlll, u m.
Htrnr Mokolii, Dennett, fur Molokai, Maul
ami l.uiml, Monday, AukS", lit ID a in.
Htrnr Kaala, Moxlirr, for Kaliuku and l'u
naluu, Monday, AiitfUU, lit lu a m,
Btmr Kluaii, Clm'.c, for Maui und Ha
waii, Tuesday, Aug ill, at III a m
Btmr IlUunr, Kimnnn, for .MiilmkiiiuJ.aii
ii.i1iih.Iiou. lionulilna, llultiiluu, lion. mm, Oo
kala, I'oliukiiiuiiuii Kuknlaii uud I'iiIkiIU,
Tuesday, Auj; ill, ut 1 it lu,
I nit: cni:.
(Hy Anno M. 1'rncoU.)
That's an editor (protein.), sitting
In his sanctum mean and bare,
Dost and litter avery where, every
where. On the floor and in the air
Underneath tho great man's chair,
He's the wise man of this town,
And can writo you up, or down,
In that sanctum of renown, of re
nown; He cau write you up or down,
That one wise man of our town,
And you'll never earn a crown,
Not one crown, from that groat
man of the town.
You may writo a good thing
every day, every day;
But, he'll stop it on its way
And hido it in his musty lair,
In that dusty eauctura bare;
For he runs his paper cheap,
And not a tyno would dare
"peop," dnn to "peep,"
Author dear, author dear.
Oh, this big omti of the town
With his erven-storied frown,
He can write you up, or down,
up or down;
So, go slow, author dear, author
When he's near, whon he's near,
This sage critic of our town, of
renown, of renown.
Pray take heed, author dear,
Of that wise mini's awful sneer;
Ho can write you up, or down,
up or down,
In that sanctum of icnown,
Aud you'll fail to eiim your crown,
win a crown,
Fium that wibu man of our
Mtikapala-by-tho-Sea, July 27,
A riillnnciplier Corrected,
Wlii'ii Benjamin Franklin went to
Purls as tho rcnrct-t'iitntivo of tho ro
voltcit American colonies, ho hnd to bo
presented to Hie king, ami It was a mut
ter of sonic KiHcltudo with lilm liow he
should array liimsolf for that ceremony.
Ho was mixiouH not to bo coneidorml
lacking in respect for tho French court,
wherotukth formality rcganling dregs
wbh observed, but iio know it would be
an affectation forco simple, a repub
lican as lio was to imitato tho court
dress. Ho decided, tlioreforo, and wise
ly, to appc.ir in u plain huit of black
velvet, witli whito silk stockings and
Nevertheless, ho deomed it best to
snnko ouo concession to tho French fash
ion of tho timo by wearing a wig
something which ho had not been ao
cuttoimd to do, Ho ordered of a wig
maker tho largest ono the man had,
and in hfuoii for tho pteseutation tho
man himself brought the wig uud set
about trying it on.
But do all ho could tho mau could
not squcczo tho wig on tho philoso
pher's head. Ho tried and tried and al
so essayed to convince Franklin against
tho evidence of his senses that tho wig
was a fit. Finally Franklin said:
"I toll you, man, your wig is uot
Upon this tlio Frenchman throw tho
wig down in a rage.
"Monsieur," ho said, "that is impos
sible. It is uot the wig which is too
small. It is tho head which is too largo. "
Accepting tho rebuko as deserved,
Franklin went to tho presentation with
out any wig nnd found thoro that tho
simplicity of his dress nnd the honesty
and candor of his manners wou him
moro esteem ut the court than any con
cession to fiihhion could possibly huvu
done. Youth'rt Companion.
1'nre Milk Miakn.
The frequent call for cool drink
at tho Palama Grocery haB induced
us to sot apart a window for the
sale of cold drinks. Our milk
shakes are delicious, nothing but
pure fresh milk, Bhaved ice and
the purest of flavoring syrup be
ing uspd, whioh wo sell at Coles
tial prico, Co. per glass. H.
Cannon, Palama Grocery, oppo
site Railway Depot, King
If you aro interested in the sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
bo worth your while to see the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from 5.00 to 810.00
frames and all. They can't bobcat.-
Kroogor Pianos,8weotost in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrora, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
ilco at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. WST Tolo
Kx Mokolll-21 head Mnlokul live slock.
Kx tmr Jniui's Maker 'in liagu peanut.
Kx atmr Noeuu i,Wi Honokuunml Kit
Uillui-lu miL'ur for K A Hclmeli-r A. Co.
M'lKW(l-Anir. M7, lo Ihu h lie of Mini,
II, l.udcwlg, a on, .
ZItction of DikgatM.
BY PRECINCT CLUBS, AND
FOlt THK ISLAND NOMI
NATING CONVENTION OF
THE AMERICAN UNION
HONOLULU, H. I., Aug. 1G, 1807.
A Convention of tho American
Union Party of tho Island of O ihu
will ho held in UioA.uioricanLu.iuuo
Hnll, Honolulu, Wednesday,
Soptember 15, at 7:30 p. ni , for
tho purpose of nominating for tho
election of September 25), 1897.
throo candidates for the House of
ItopresontativoB for tho Fourth
District and three for the Fifth
District, and for the adoption of
a platform of principles.
Dolrgntes to tho Nominating
Convention will be chosen at Pro
cinot Club meetings on the even
ing of August 30, in Honolulu,
and August 28 in the outsido uro
cincts. Only rigi'stored eloctors will bo
entitled to vote lor delegates.
Tho apportionment of the vuriotiB
precincts is ns follows:
First Preoinot Govern mont
Nursory; two delegates.
Second Precinct Beretanin
Street School; six delegates.
Third Preoinot Nuuanu Wator
Gato; ono delegate
Fourth Precinct Royal School;
Fifth Precinct Kapuaiwa
Building; throe delegates.
Sixth Precinct Bell Tower;
First ProoLnot Kauoohe; two
Second Precinct Kooluuloa
Court Hoitso: ono dolegato.
Third Prooinct Wuialua; ono
I ourth Precinct Waianaojono
Fifth Prooinct Ewa Mill; ono
Sixth Precinct Monanti Court
Houao, ono dologato.
Seventh Precinct Reform
School; two delegates.
Eighth Precinct Tram Stables;
Ninth Prooinct Kuuluwela
School; two dologutos.
Tenth Precinct Chinese En
gine House; two delegates.
NOTE: Polling places are given
meioly to dofiinto precincts, and
are not nocessanly mooting places.
Tho latter will bo made known by
Contral Committee representatives.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
Chairman, Central Committee.
JiD. TOW SIS,
Secretary. 091 -5t
Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
"With Can'ful Drivers always on
Hacks at All Hours.
CX. TELEPHONE 310. "a
Ktanij: Fort ami Merchant Streets,
613 tA-021 Fort Btruct.
BlacksmitUng in All Sis Branches.
W. W. Wltliln'?, Proprietor,
(HuuouHwr to U, WW.)
Auction Sales hj Jan, ', Morijun.
By ordor of tbo Exocutors of tho
decoded, I will soil at Public
Auction, on tho premises, Judd
On FEIDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
That Vnluablo Property, known
Corn we 1 Residence
And at presont occupied by Mrs.
Tho l'eal ostato comprisos about
4.7 100 acres of tho finest rcsidonco
jimporty in Honolulu.
Tho gioundfl aro planted with a
vast variety of fruit, shade, palm
and other tr"S, and aro laid out
with fine ciiriiugo drives and walks
through tropical foliage. Ono of
the valley stroams runs through
the eastern boundary of tho pro
perty. The main dwolliug is a commo
dious two-story building, contain
ing large drawing room, spacious
dining-room, billiard room, bod
rootus, otc, and hiiH all modern
improvements. Tho house is sub
stantially built and tho rooms are
all woll vontilated. Sanitary plum
Cottages, Stables, Carriago
Houses and Out-housos on the
The situation commands an un
surpassed view of tho Harbor, tho
main portion of tho City and tho
adjacent mountain soenory. TIub
is ono of tho largest and finest
residoncoa that has been offered
at public salo in Honolulu, and
must bo sold to close tho abovo
Immediately following tho salo of
tho residence , I will soil tho
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
particulars of which can be ob
tained at my office.
Parties contemplating purobus
ing tho Residence und wishing to
inspect the same, should mako ap
plication at my office, No. 33
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Just Like Gold Coin.
For more than fifty years
has PERRY DAVIS' PAIN
KILLER stood tho test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicate pain, and today
stands at the head' of the list
among the medicines that aro
so essential to keep at hand in
It is not a new fanglo remedy
nor do the proprietors lay
claim to any wonderful revela
tion of the ingredients that en
ter into tho manufacture of
this ever popular remedy.
It is perfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
habitually inclined to its use.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
toryt Colds, nnd all painful
affections, a few doses will cer
tainly give relief. You cannot
afford to bo without a bottle
in the house.
Your forefathers used it
and found it boneficial.
Why experiment with some
remedy that is new and its effect
on tho system unknown?
It has many rivals but no
jj Tho new 35c. size con
tains over double tho quantity
of tho 25c. sizo.
Hollister -:- Drug
rleA'r-.t f-ir llio toimdd
Uvory and Coanliny Stables
Ojrnir JWruJmiil mid JfklianU Hti,
LIVBMY Alio BOAilDINQ STAULES.
WCunUiw, Butiuy nJ INiU t (I)
to" m.V.l'HUNK M.
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