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JIBR- EVENIHG BULLETIN, AUGUST 5", 1896. '"A PUPPwrwwwwfckatinMBiu rV- k. I l i l6caKndge!n Er a l, . llonresontativo Robert Itycroft is in tho city. Dr. II. V. Murray has returned from his vucntion. Tr Avnrflnm of tho Pacific Fertilizing Company has gono to Maui. About 110 prisoners are em ployed on tbo llilo-Hamakua road. Twonty-six thousand mon are employed at tho Krupp gun works. Tho avorngo amount of sun sbiuo per day in England is four hours. Professor Prico mado two bal loon ascensions and parachute drops at Hilo last week. Tho regular mooting of tho Board of Health takes place this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Thoro was no quorum at tho mooting of tho Honolulu Crickot Club called for last night. If tho China iB in port tonight tho band will play at tho Hawai J ian hotel, but not otherwise. Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Company's Btook was recently quoted at 18J in San Francisco. The band will play at tho Exe cutive building this afternoon, and at Thomas squaro tomorrow oveniug. Among the returning passengers by tho Kinau yesterday woro W. It. Ccb lo, Eobort Lowors and L. C. Abies. Tho Stokes party of tourists, which returned from tho Volcano yesterday, are booked to leavo for tho Orient on the China. Chief Engineer Hunt of tho Fire Department is colobrating tho sixteonth anniversary of his arrival in tho Hawaiian Islands today. King Bros, latest consignment of picture frames has takon the town by storm. The dosigns are elegant, up-tomato and of tho haudsomost. Owing to tho unusually warm weathor and consequent increased consumption of wator, both tho -jVIukiki and Berotania street pumps are kopt going until lato at night. Henry A. James, tho Hilo car pontor who shot a Chinaman, has engaged Colonel Gilbert F. Littlo to defond him. Tho Chinaman is progressing favorably but is not yet considered out ot danger. Tho danco arranged for by members of Company A., N. G. H., Capt. Paul Smith, command ing, for tho 13th inst., a week from Thursday next, promises to bo a very pleasant affair. Its promo ters are working to that oud. Thoro aro n number of peoplo who make a practico of allowing tho oity witter on thok places to run all night, and Suporiutondont Brown proposes to make an ox nmplo of Borne of thorn if tho prac tice is not stopped. James Lawlor and Miss Ollio Tvay, of Tulare, woro married by tolopliono by tho Row R. H. Bate man of Santa Cruz. Tho minis ter propounded tho questions at 'Santa Cruz and tho contracting parties responded from Tulare. Sergeant Ferry "kept school" for tho non-coms in Co. C's room .last night. This class should be bettor attended, as it is of tho first importance that tho non-commissioned officers should bo thor oughly competent to iustruct and correct tho mon under thoir charge. Tho Japanese, in order to cele brate thoir recont victories, are Soing to erect a gigantic statue of iuddha. Tho height will bo 120 feot. Tho metal will bo supplied from tho orduauco captured in tho lato war. Tho mouumont will cost about 1,000,000 yen and is to be ,i ereoteu at luoto. "Under Two Flogs" was given a thorough rehearsal at tho drill shod last night. Everything wont smoothly and tho players caught the propor spirit of thoir parts. Thoro will bo dross rehear sal tomorrow night, when tho fin ishing touches will bo given tho performance for its public pro duction Saturday night. DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR tynkes Better Bread and rastry than Any Other Known Brand. Atk Your Grocer For It. UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents. .,. .iM,..Ji,t Jtflte i. aLtKUa..- -.,!..!. ,.u..Zk .iA.j.u. An Irish setter pup has been found. Tho police mado lio arrests to day up to 2:30 p. m. Tho CJiina was tolophoned off "Wairaaualo at 2:10 p. in. Miss Louieo Brown came by yostorday's Kinau to attend tho Bummor school. Tho stoamer Kinau comploted hor GOOth cousecutivo trip to and from Hawaii yesterday. F. Horn, tho well-known pioneer candy manufacturer, is not expect ed to live through the day. Sang Yuen Kootfc Co., tinsmiths, of 309 Nuuanu Btroet, havo a business card in this issue. H. S. Tregloan, tho Fort street merchant, is seriously ill, but was very slightly better this morning. A. V. Gear, Bocrotary of tho Pioneer Building and Loan Asso ciation, htiB a card in this issuo. Superintendent "Wight of tho Wildor Steamship Company re turned on tho Kinau yesterday. Any outstanding bills against Court Mutsu will bo paid on presentation at tho Japanese Con sulate. Mr. Borgstrom, thopiano dealer, sold a handsomo upright Kroogor to Mrs. Annio Hornor of Kukaiau yesterday. E. B. Bartlett, an old resident of Hilo district, died last Monday week from tho effects of a para lytic Btroko. Commissioner Marsdon was at Kailua when last hoard from. Ho is expected homo on the Hall next Tuesday. Superintendent of Census Ala tau T. AtkinBon has his headquar ters in tho old Legislative cham ber at tho Judiciary building. M. S. Perry the hackman has withdrawn his appeal from con viction for opium in possession and will servo out his sentence. Thos. AV. Rawlins having se cured laud on tho Waiakea river, Hilo, for his soap foctory, is pushing the buildings thereon to completion. Mrs. "Willis ond Miss "Willis returned from a trip to the vol cano on tho Kinau yesterday. At Maalaea bay thoy woro joined by tho bishop. Co. B had less than throo sots of four out last night to drill. Lieut. Jacobson proposes to uso stringent measures with tho ab sentees in tho future A littlo daughter of Gilbort Hall, of Kainaliu, North Kona, was burned to death last Sunday week. Playing with matches was tho cause of tho affair. Invitations aro out for tho wed ding of John R. AValker and Miss Corn well, which will tako place at St. Andrew's cathedral on tho evening of August 11th. Thoro will bo a meeting of tho Young Hawaiianslnstituto tomor row evening for tho nomination of ollkors for tho ensuing yeax The oloction will tako placo on Septem ber 3d. Tho marrittao of Miss Jano Lishnmn to Robert Moro will tako placo nt tho residouco of tho bride's parents this ovoning. There will be a recoption after wards. Tho San Francisco lepers who have boon taking tho Goto reme dies aro improviug undor tho treatment, according to tho testi mony of Dr. O'Brien, tho city physician. Tho finishinc touches on the now Btool vault for tho rOgistra- UUIl 1CUUI1I9 HUIU uumg (Jill on today, and Socrotary "Wrayl'aylor was boing instructed how to got in and out of tho big box. Harry "Wildor ond Tom King returned from Hawaii yestorday. Thoy mado tho trip to tho volcano and back on a Tribune tandem. Tho down trip wob mode in 1 hour oud 53 minutes, the distance being 30J miles. Tho Minister of Interior adver tises for bids for tho construction of tho foundations for tho now central firostation on tho cornor of Berotania and Fort streots. Bids must bo in boforo noon of Thursday, August 13th. Colonel Iaukea of the Land Office says tho Olaa coffee plan tors ore proving up on their lands aud payiug for tho somo as fast as tho terms of thoir Ioobos allow. The company represented by J. AY. Mason is ono of those who havo paid up and now owns its lands in fee simple. Highest of all in Loavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. m mw mssE & ip mSQhVtEVf MZ&& Tho summer school for teachers opened in tho High School build ing this morning at 9 o'clock. Addresses woro dolivorcd by In spector Gonoral TownBond and Professor M. M. Scott. Curative . i Skin Soap AVo pcrspiro a pint a day with out knowing it; ought to. If not, there's trouble ahead. Tho obstructed bkin becomes fallow Or breaks out in pimples. Ths troublo goes deeper, but this is trouble enough. If you use Curative Skin Soap, no matter how often, tho skin is clean and boft and open and clear. Don't use any other but Curative Skin Soap on the baby if you want its skin kept free from blemishes which torment the little ones. There's u dc-nbl ubjut its h' ' tho best .d purest mcdn'iiiiil 'wk Try it. Hobron Druo Co ABSORBINE . . Removes the Inflammation and Bunch. Restores tho Cir culation in any Bruise or Thick ened Tissue. Does not remove tho Hair. Pleasant to use. $2.00 per bottle. TVbtlmoulftli Tree. . w.p.YoutJO.r. n.p I Amlii-m 81., bprluuUcliI. Mum. No. 3 Hobron Drug Co. SOLE AGENTS. Auction Sules by Jas. F. Morgan. dif Auction S-A.X. J.JJ. Under instructions from Messrs. If. Huokfold & Co., I will hold ii n Imiiortnnt Tnulo S.ilo of 1N13W GOODS nt my Salesroom. Hono lulu, on Tomorrow ! August 5th and Gth, Commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. each day.' Tho Assortment comprises GROCERIES ! Amoskeag Denims, White Shirtings, Brown Cottons. HARDWARE ! Buckets, Tubs, Sauco Pans and Tea Kettles, Crockery and Glassware, Paints and Oils, Hubbucks' White Lead and ZincWrapping Paper in Bales. Market Baskets, Demijohns, Trunks, Furniture. Comploto lines of tho abovo articles will bo sold at any prico. Liberal Terms at Sale ! JAS. F. MORGAN, 309 Ct Auotionoor, Found. AN I1U3II SETlEIt VVV. OWNElt can have snmo by proving property oud payiug for thin advertisement, Apply to ujsu. Jt. uiuu, i 373-lt At Haokfold & Go's, j ,..).. A.m- JKMiJBiU?i,ih....i Ore m Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan. DJESERAJBILE HOMESTEADS AT AUCTION ! On Wednesday, August 12, 1896, At 12 O'clock Noon, At my Salesrooms, Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction, One Hundred Desirable Bssidence Sites! .Situated on tho Ewa sido of Nuuanu Valley and abovo tho junction of Liliha and Wyllio streets. Tho location of these lot is tho most desirable in tho suburbs of the city. Tho site commands an ex tended view of tho city and tho surrounding country. As a residence location for those who wish to escape tho malarial atmosphere of tho low lands of the city, tho situation of these lots cannot bo equaled." As a safe and paying in vestment, narties will bear in uiiiiu tiiu wuiiuunui apprecia tion in values of lands adjacent to tho city in the past fow years. Tho Government water main is laid to tho lots. That theso lots may bo with in tho reach of all, wo oiler tho following unparalleled terms: First Cash, with a discount of 10 percent. Second $25 cash, balance at 5 per month. Third $10 cash, balance at $7.50 per month. EDEEDS FREE. KFor furthor particulars, apply to JAS. F. MORGAN, 335-td Auctioneer. Take an Outing SATURDAYS AND- SUNDAYS Trains will leuvo at 9:15 a. m. and 1:45 l M., arriving in Hono lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 V. M. ROUND TRIP TICKETS: let Claes 2d C'lnss Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 50 Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75 Wninnao 1 50 1 25 N. FERNANDEZ NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER Omen: 203 Merchant street, Cninpbol Block rear of J. O. Onrtort offlco. I. O. Box 330. 310-tf ltiti. .VhW' xZj '.toUHwrkk. 1 Novelties in Wash Fabrics Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs ! NOW OPEN" AT N. S. SACHS'. 520 Forfc Street. . Dimities, Muslins td Lawns . Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods over oxhibited. PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS! Latest Combination of Colors ft PRICES WAY DOWN -i JSTbw "Veiling, ISTew Laces, Drosden. Ribbons, Kid Gloves. Inspection solicited. IT IS TRDE1 THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT! TEMPLE OE FASHION Grand Clearance Sale! Will positively commence on Closing out our ENTIBOi! STOCK . . . A.t Unheard of 3?rices. TVOW'S yotjdr, opiortunity. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ld. The Secretary Disc Plow BiS-WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS. a SPECIAL RE ....LASTING UNTIL .... SATURDAY, August 8. Every Article in the House Must Go Regardless of Cost, I urn overstocked mid must rcduco iu all departments. Koto tho following goodd aud prices: Silk Neckties, 10c. up. Very best grade Silk, 50c. per ynrd. A good griulo Silk, 15o. por ynrd. Still lJosom Cropo Shirts, colorodor white-, 95c. Nogligeo Cropo Shirts, colored, Soc. White Dress Shirts, BOo. ', Silk Shirts, colored or whito, $1.50 up. ' 5 Men's Undershirts, 15c. - Some bettor grades for a littlo moro money. Pftjniuns, best Grope, SI and up, according to cut. " . Kimonos, 85o. and up. fiSty Theso Prices ltoprosont Uolow Cost Figures and x ', aro Unheard oE Bargains for the Buyer. . . . -iH IWAKAMI, BCotel' Street, Robinson !Block . rf !.'-J a4 M.M.taJL &&. ;;&, DUCTION SALE! ..kisku 4 -at 'i i ) V JO M ft h 1 S , 'V J. tkiMh-kJeul