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EVENING BULLETIN, AUCtUHT 80, 1807.
33 y A.11 Iho Unto Arrivala.
Acknowledged the 33osfc on Earlh.
A full assortment of Great Am. Cross Cut from 2 foot to
Carpenters' Saws, Cheap, Medium ami High in price, any
length and size of tooth.
"DO YOU WANT A HAMMOCK?
Call in and see the latest thing in this lino if you do. The
one we handle is built to use, and you will find it
"A Thing of Beauty and a Joy For Ever."
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
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 BEANS
For Dampening, Mellowing and Enriching the Soil.
Jgg' For sale in quantities to suit by
The California Feed Co.,
Tel eiohone 121.
Removal Notice I
The City Furniture Store
Have removed from the Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tania Street, to the
Hjova Building, Fort Street.
EST, The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all the Latest Facilities in its lino.
II II. Vr.X-.JL.IA.TVIS, IHniiagroi,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
JRhaiDKMji:: Kliif? htreot, iii-nr UIcli
aril-. Twit-phono No. 849.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand mi iuvoico of tho Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
SOLID OAST STEEL Extra Htrong, Eyo aud Blade forgod from
I'LOWS --Ureakore, Double Furrow, Subnoil, Rico.
HOWE'S BCALES-TJio bust in tho world.
DUUSHKS-rniiitH, Oils mid VimiMiPB.
Wl HE DOOH MATH-Windmill hihI OiHtorn Pinups.
VISES, J.'U'E (JUTTEItS-Nojton'H Jiiek HorowH, 8 mid 10 tons,
"VACUUM OILS-Anothor invoicp just rocolvod,
I Officii: Lovo HulMlug. Tolojilioue
RMM AOMANtll AHMIVBIt VRO,tI
channrra RobVrt fc.w.r. a ad Jr.l.
.niaor Laanatr ! fa-Bark
Waallahra ( flambaldl.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL
STA1ION, August 30, 1 p. m.
Tho weather clear; wind N L.
The steamer Miknhnla includes
Niibau in her trip tomorrow.
Tho bark 0 D Bryant sailod for
Humboldt in ballnst this morn-
Tho collier Woollahra cleared
for Humboldt in ballast this
The American aolioonor II 0
Wright arrived at Eahului Mon
day, Aug 23, with a general cargo
for Paia and Hamakuapoko plan
The Amerioan schooner Jessie
Minor, Whiting master, twenty
days from Eureka with a lumber
cargo for Allen & Robinson ar
rived last night reporting fine
weather tho ontiro trip.
The "mysterious schooner"
turns out to be the Eauikeaouli
which went out from the harbor
Inst Saturday to try and secure an
anchor which .was left off Dia
mond Head at tho time the bark
Gainsborough was wrecked there.
In coaling tbo stoamskip St.
Paul of the American Hue forty
eight men are employed inside
the ship. The avorapo amount of
coal bunkered is 3000 tons; the
time required to unload and stow
is about forty hours, and the total
average cost of tho work is S1000.
Those figures, varying only with
the coal consumption of the ship,
will apply to the vessels of other
The O & A R M S S Aorangi,
Campbell Hop worth R Nil com
mnuder, docked at tho Mail wharf
this morning at half pbat live
o'clock with the following memo
randa of voyage: Left Sydney
Aug 7, and experienced strong
head winds to Wellington which
was reaobed on Aug 13; loft on
Aug 15, meeting with strong gales
which dolayed the vessel 24 hours;
arrived Suva Aug 20; sailed Aug
21 and to Honolulu squally
woathor. There are four pas
sengers and sixty tons of freight
for Honolulu. Tho Aorangi'
leaves at 6 o'clock this evening
The American schooner Robert
Lowers, Goodman master, arrived
29 days from Cape Flattery, con
signed to Messrs Lowers & Cooke,
with a cargo of 881,517ft lumber,
2835 pickets, 3000 laths, 127,500
cedar shingles, 14 pkgs personal
effects. First throe days fiuo
westerly and northwest winds;
then followed 25 days of very
light winds and calms; last 24
hours moderate easterly winds
aud showery. On August 5, in
lat 40 40 No, Ion 135 45 W,
passed through a fleet of six
vessels, all apparently bound to
California, consisting of two ships
one four and ono three-masted
two of Spreckols' brigs and tho
schooner Anna aud ono three
, PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From Eureka, per schr Jessio
Minor, Aug i'J MrlngorsolJ.
From Kauai, per stmr Keau
hou, Aug 29 T H Gibson, wife,
three childien nnd J2 on dock.
From Kauui, per stmr Mika
bala, Aug 29 Anton Cropp, S
Kaeoj O Ah Wai, Mr and Mrs W
II Rice and family, M Hoouaui,
Ah Nam, Miss J Kino, W K Nai-
po, C5 King, Mrs Wolfenser, Miss
May ilart, Mr and Mrs Max
Schlemmnr and children, Mr and
Mrs Turner, H Ilodemanu, S W
Mehnula, Miss F Smith, Miss E
T Fook, Mian Bompke, Miss
Jones, Chuck Hoy nnd 1G on
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr 01audine,vAug 29 Mrs Sor-
enson, Miss M Soreusou, Miss A
oorouBon, miss ij boronson, Miss
Dins, Mis 1 K Woh, A L Mori is,
D R Murdock, Mm Sturgeon,
Miou itutuoui), P A Dirt?, A
Waturhmuiu, Mins Luwrencu, Miss
Boojjli, Mifis Lisle, Mixs Tucker,
MisH A Stratoinyur, Mis E IJ
Curloy and child, M J Hnares, J
Vincnt,( Mrs Wnnd, Mntur llnl
nloud, Mid E ALuiki. Mih Tuuknr,
MiiHtnr Olmrlct Gun, Kirby Tuck
er, MUs 11 Soroiisoii, Mr E Nor-
I lu ntitl.l mill iinrvnlll. AII.K Iw
lUchnrdsoii, Ml Alloo Gay, MIah
Ethel Gay, tho Misses Gay, Mas
tors Oay, Vivian Richardson,
Master- Uodomnnn, Master liolto,
O E King, J K Iosopa, Ah Tax,
Awann, H Giles, wife and son, A
L Ahlo, C Purdy, Miss J Neil,
Mrs Dumas, Miss Lloyd, Look
Monk Wah and child, H Strou
beok, wife and daughter, W Vida,
J S McCandless, Mrs Hose and
child, Master J Hose, Miss L Ka
uai, Mis" L Kaukau, Mrs John
Amasiu, D H Kahaulelio, A F
Judd, Jr, J R Judd, Mr Brook,
Mr Brewster, A W Judd, H P
Judd, Kaanaana, Miss Duncan
and 41 qo deck.
From tho Colonips, R M Z S
Aorangi, Aug 30 Lady Tich
borne, Mrs Merlin, Miss Tidmarsh,
Edge Partington and 08 pas
sengers in trausit for Canada and
St!MAT, Aug 29-
Am sclir Jessie Minor, WMtlng, from En
rck. Stmr MUalm'A, Thompson, from Kauai
Stmt Clftudlnc, Cameron, from ports an
Stmr Kcaobou, Thompson, from Nawlll
Am sell Robert Letters, Goodman, from
Monday, Aug 80.
KMS S Aornnj-I, Hepwonh, from Colonics.
Momuy, Auk SO.
Stmr Wiilaleale. GrvKory, for Maul.
Stmr Km.au, Parker, for Oabu ports
Br bk Woollahra, IWneson, fur Humboldt.
Stmr James Mskcc, Tullelt, for Kapaa,
Stmr Kaala, Moshcr. for Kahuku and Pu-
K M 8 S Aorangf, Ilcpworth, for Van
Stmr Mokolll. Bennett. forMolokal. Maul
8tmr Kcaulion. Thompson, for Nawlllw 111
Btmr Mlkahala, HnRlund, f6r ports on
Stmr Kliiau, Clailcc, for Maul and n
wall, lui-sdnj, Auj; SI, at Iu a in.
Stmr Ulaudlne, Cameron, for ports on
Maul, Tuesday, Auk 31, at S p m.
Btmr Nocan, Peterson, for Lahalna, Ho
nokaa, and Kukulhacle, Tuesday, Auk Si,
at 10 a m.
Btmr tlclcnc, Freeman, for Ma'iukona.Lau
pahoehoe, Ilonohlna, Ilakalau, llonomu, Od
kala, Pohakumanu Kukalau and Pobolkl,
Tuesday, Aug 81, at 4 p m.
Exsclir Jessio Minor 272,158 feet lumber
for Allen & Robinson, and 90S hogs,
V.x stmr Keauhou 100 ba?s rlre, 8 tons
scrap Iron, C horses, 4 c-ous, 1 doj; cart.
Ex stmr Mlkahala 2210 bags paddy for
II Ton Holt, H'J sheep from Niibau, 120
sacks rice, tl bales hides.
Ex stmr Clnudlne M5fi5 baps susar, 282
lines corn, 102 bags potatoct, 19 bags bones,
01 hogs, 75 packn'LS sundries.
Ex schr Robert Lowers 801.517 feet lum
ber, 2iH5 pickets, 3W) laths, 117,500 cedar
shingles anil 14 packages of personal effects.
a, m u. in,
O.UU 11. Ill
0.25 a. m.
nn'4 . A
8 60 1,00
The Standard time whistle sounds
at lSh. 0m. Qi. (tnidnli!hl), Greunwloli
tluif, whiuli in Hi. iiOm. p. ill. of Ha
waiian Btiuitltird time.
'K88i:L3 IN TOUT.
II 1 J M S Nan I mi Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
May 5. i 'I
UBS I'Ulladolplila, Cotton, San DIcro, April
USB UennliiKton, Nichols, iBau Dlcgo, Auk
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am hrlKt fiencMi, Paulson, Pt Orate, Waih.,
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, 8 V.
(lor ship II K (llaile, lliiesloop, Ilrcmcn.
Am bk O 1) Urjuiit, Colley, Lajnan Inland. .
Am bk (luorKO F Mansou, Crack, Newcastle
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, 8 F.
Am schr Jessio Minor, WhltltiK, Eureka.
Am schr Robert J.oijem, (loodman, I'oH
IUWKINd-In tins city, August !9, I&V7.
Alviu K., sun of S. li. llawkliiH ot
(latesvlllo, Texas, aud nephew of (loy
vrnor AltlDof TLiineskie. .
I)s AiiReles, Gal., Nuhllle, Tenn,,
and Texas papers pltasu copy,
Boforo giving your order for n
norti'uit, iio what King Bros,
Imva to hIiow In crayon finlatgo
iiionta and jndgn for ynurmdf
whothor ilioy can giro you the
bnnt valuu tor your money or
-FOU Til !-
lltoUon Of DlllgttH.
BY PRECINCT CLUBS, AND
FOR THE ISLAND NOMI
NATING CONVENTION OP
THE AMERIOAN UNION
HONOLULU, H. I., Aug. 16, 1897
A CoiiTcntion of the Amorioan
Union Party of tho Island of O ihu
will bo held in thoAmorioanLongue
Hall, Honolulu, Wednesday,
Soptrmber 15, at 7:30 p. m , for
tho purpose ot uoniinntitiK for tho
olootion of S'jptombor 20, 1897.
tbroo candidates for the House of
RonreBentntivoB for tho Fourth
Di8triot and three for tho Fifth
District, and for tho adoption of'
a platform ot principles.
Dole-gates to tho Nominating.
Convention will be chosou at Pre
cinct Club meetings on the evon-
mg ot August 3U, in Honolulu,
and Aucuat 28 in the outside nro-
Onlv rocistorod eiootnrs will be
entitled to vote for delegates.
Xuo apportionment ot the various
precincts is ns follows:
First Precinct Government
Nursory; two delegates.
oecond Jfreoinct iteretania
Struct School : six delegates.
Third Preoinot Nuuanu Water
Gate; ono delegate.
fourth Precinct Royal School;
Fifth Preoinot Kapuaiwa
Building; three delegates.
Sixth Precinct Bell Tower;
three delegates. ,
First Preciiict Kunqohe; two
Second Preoinot Koolauloa
Court Houbo: ono delogate.
' Third Preoinot Waialun; one
lourth Precinct Wninnaojono
Fifth Preoinot Ewa Mill; one
Sixth Preoinot Mananit Court
Houao, one delegate.
Sovonth Precinct Reform
School; two delegates.
Eighth Preoinot Tram Stables;
Ninth , Preoinot Kauluwela
School; two delegates.
Tenth Prooinct Chinese En
gine House; two delegates.
NOTE: -Polling places are givon
morely to definite preoincts, and
are not noccss.irily mooting places.
Tho latter will bo made kuowu by
Central Committeo representatives.
JAMES A. KENNEDY,
Chairman, Contral Committeo.
Secrotary. 094 -Ct
INSURE IN THE
JW All losses settled hero
A. V, GEAE,
No, 110 King II
WE KEEP DIFFERENT STYLE: ,
AND SIZES OF -
But if you want your family i
to drmk water that is
ABSOLUTELY PUKE '
Plensc notice that
Is an Aqnarium:
Is a Graveyard:
Is PUKITY ONLY. '
This you can have by using our
For use also in .
All you have to do is to put
the apparatus over a Kero
sene or Kitchen stovo
and catch tho
We can also furnish you with"
best quality of
IceC ream Freezers
Call at the
Household Supply Dept
Iu prepared to furnish
Nitrate of Soda
In Quantities to Suit!
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