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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 18, 1806.
cutouiT counr Non:s.
TI1K TENUIS TOUKNAMENT.
CroV?Jeii flul'of Yrntprusy'.i lamie fur
Walter DltlliiKhnin Wins tlie Flnnl
Set In Single
Tho final gamoin tho single sots
of tho prosont tennis tournament
nlaved Monday afternoon
oh tho grounds of the Pacific
club, "Walter Dillingham and Dr.
Smith of tho U. S. S. Adams be
ing tho contestants. Tho thrco
straight sots wero won by Dilling
ham by scores of 64, 6-2 aud 8-6.
On tho Borotauia courts two
preliminary sots in men's doubles
wore played, bb follows: II. M.
W. Mist and James won over 0.
"W. Dickey and Dr. Howard.
Scoro, 6-3, 64, and Harry Wilder
and Singlehurst won over 0.
Carter aud H. Sponcor. Scoro
4-0, 7-5, 6-3.
On tho Pacific courts tho fol-
lowinc contests will bo decided
this afternoon :
Four O'Clock Flavors W. F,
Dillingham and "NV. H. Coney
naniust 'Sam P. French nnd
Eukouo Hornor. A. E. Nichols
and A. E. Jones against A. St. M.
iUackintosn and JS. Iv. Aumna.
Five O'Clock Playors B. F.
Beardmoro and D. W. Corbott
ajjainst 0. H. "W. Norton and 0.
L.. Hydo. Sam Woods and
Ernest Wodohouso against Goo.
Carter and G. P. Wilder.
Othor games will be played oh
the Berotania courts, viz:
Four O'Clock Playors Dr.
Smith and V. Godfrey, Jr., against
E. Mott-Smith and Unas. Atnor
ton. Five O'Clock Playors II. M.
W. Mist and James against Har
ry Wilder and binglelmrst.
ought to bo sorao enactment
which would tend to stop
tho banana skin fiond from getting
in his doadly work. Yostorday
afternoon thoro woro twelve pieces
of banana peel on tho Bide walk
botweon Jlobron s corner and tho
Gazette olBco ontranco. Within
ton minutes almost ovary one of
them was tho causo of a mishap.
So prolific a causo of accident is
tho stepping unon a section of
peeling that thoro. are stringent
lawB, quite well carried out, in
nearly all largo uities against
throwing them on siclojjwalks.
There ought to bo hero. If a
number of our legislators would
walk along King street, between
Fort and Nuuanu, thoy would bo
nearly certain to "tako a tumble"
to tho ovil lurking in tho demure
6craps of yollow, which break legs
and necks and sprain backs, by
tho wholesale and never crack a
smile. H. A.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
offico Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
street, tolephono No. 615. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
See my fino lino of sweaters for
81.00. Just tho thing for athlotos,
light weight and just suited to tho
country. Iwakami, Hotol St.
Try that now brand of flour
called White Boso. $4.25 per
barrel at tho Washington Food
Co.,'Fort street, bolow Queen.
On Any occasion when a present
is in order, thoro is nothing to
equal a picture for the purpose.
King Bros, havo them in all sorts
of stylos and prices.
Sterling, tlio painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses n composition of
coal tar and comont. Uhoapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Prove your good taste by hav
ing your walls well covered with
pictures. Thoy need not bo ex
pensive. Well chosen subjects
Bimply framod will answer every
purpose. Seo King Bros, about
In oldon timos barloy was used
as a most porfoct strength giver.
Tho vory best barloy made into
tho vory best malt is used by tho
Seattle Browing Co. in their
famous Seattle boor, on tap at tho
G. B. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and timer, can
furnish best factory roforonces.
Orders loft at Hawaiian News Co.
and tho Wall, Niohols Co. will
recoivo prompt attention. Tolo
phonoNos:234, 190 and 442.
Tho only genuine Dr. Williams
Pink Pilte for Palo People have
tho uamo in full on tho wrapper
nnd also on tho glaes bottle. Do
not accept any othor, but insist
on the genuine. Hollistor Drug
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' I have been stopped from offering proraiuuas, but as a reward
for your patronage, and to tho person holding tho greatest
number of Tickets, July 1st, I will raako a present of Two
Silk Dress Patterns, 15 yards each, or One Fino Silk Shirt
and One Dozen Silk Handkerchiefs. These Tickets will bo
handed you with every ono dollar cash purchase. There will
bo no gambling or guessing of any numbers; all that you havo
to do is to keop tho tickots and present them at my store July
1st, and if you had tho largest number the present is yours.
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Tho assumpsit case of M. Puahi'
against Quoon Dowagor Kapio-
lani occupied Judgo Porry'B at
tention all day yesterday. Puahi
is suing to recover a largo amount
for alleged services performed.
Tho will of the lalo Mrs. Corn-
vvoll was filed for probate yester
day by hor executors, Wm. II.
Uomwoll and I red W. Macfarlano.
Tho real estate, consisting of
land in Oahu nnd Maui is valued
$24,400, and tho personal effects
at 552,535.92. Tho proporty is
left as follows: ono-fourth
each to hor children, Mrs. Kato
Vida, Win. H. Cornwall and Mrs.
Mary 0. "Widdifield, and ono-
fonrtli to I red. W. Macfarlano in
trust to manage and invest and
pay tho net inconio to hor daugh
ter, xMrs. Dollo D. lfriel,'o Wai
kapu, Maui. Minor bequests aro
several diamond pins, rings, braco
lots, earrings, valuablo pictures
and china to hor children. Grand
children and nieces, besides sums
of S3000, S500 and 500 and S1000
respectively, to grandchildren
Yeiterdny's Police Now.
JFivo drunks paid tho usual $2
and costs; ono forfeited his bail
and tho troasury is in $6 on that
Haalo Opio, who is now doing
time for a like offenso, received a
sontonco of ono year additional
for stealing a horse from Molo
Peter Fornandez, Joaquin
Suaroz and Frank Barret woro
fined S25 each for resisting an
Su Tim thumped Lau Pui on
tho nose tho day boforo yesterday
and squared tho matter by paying
a nno or S$u and bd.41) coats.
D. Koa will not bo likoly to
distill liquor for a tirno. Ho was
caught at it tho othor day and it
has cost him S128.90 as far as ho
Tamaka Tsuneki deserted tho
contract service of Honokaa, Ha
waii, plantation some timo ago.
He was caught and brought down
to tho Oity liotel yesterday.
Antono Manuel loaned Domin
go Forreira a horse. Domingo
endeavored to mako a cirous ani
mal out of tho equine, using clubs
and othor things to toaoh him.
He is now receiving training him
self from Marshal Browns
18 That So.
Liko everything elso beer can
bo mado in various ways. Some
brewers aro constantly figuring
on how oheap thoy can brow. Of
course thoy sell thoir product at a
vory low figure, but is it pure?
Is it healthy? Seattle beer is
browed from tho very best hops
that aro grown. A visit to tho
Criterion Saloon whoro this
beverage is on tap will convince
Ilood'a la Tho Heat
Medicine all tho rear around, because It purl
Acs, vitalizes and enriches the blood, and
tllcreforo elves strength to resist bad effects
iron all blood diseases, Malaria, Pneumonia,
Golds, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc. Serious
illness has often been prevented when Hood's
Sarsaparllla has been taken In time.
Hood's Pills aro tho best after-dinner pills
assist digestion, prevent constipation. 25c.
The most popular beer in Ho
nolulu, such is the verdict on all
sides whon it to como 1o Seattlo
Beor on tap aud in bottles at tho
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, agent,
King and Bothol stroots.
Honolulu's warm climate is
conducive of thirst to a greater
degree than that of a colder zone.
Tho average businoss man losos
also, to a degree, tho amount of
onorgy and nervous forco common
onough in tho bracing air of
American cities. These two phases
of our climate mako it more
necessary than elsewhere to stim
ulate the system with an invigor
ant. No more healthful or purer
stimulus, or ono moro delightful
to tho palatp, can bo found, than
Pabst Milwaukee boor. It is a
delicious drink and is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Paoifio and tho Eoyal.