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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 18, 1896
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Amer'cnn Lenguo will meet
A.V. Gear lins a houso on Nuu
nnu street to lot.
ObfiB. S. Desky loft for Hilo on
this morning's Btoamor.
Emmott tho great in a new net
tonight at tho drill 8 lied.
Tho band will play at tho High
School this aftornoon from 3 to 5.
Knights of Pythias anniversary
celebration at Sans Souci this
Emma square was filled laBt
night with those who wont to hear
tho band concert.
Ed. Thomas has commenced
work on the foundations of tho
now central firo Htatiou.
Tho Rio Janeiro is duo from
tho Orient tomorrow and tho Ala
meda from tho Colonies on Thurs
Sovoral now members woro
olected at tho mooting of tho
Xoung Hawaiians Institute last
ProtVssor Koebolo left for Ha
waii this morning to seo if any
now kinds of blight have inado
their appearance lately.
Eev. Alex. Mackintosh baptized
tho infant son of EnBign and Mrs.
F. H. Brown yesterday aftornoon
at St. Andrew's cathedral.
Tho talk about town this morn
ing is that the Irish got turned
down by tho Germans last night
in tho Company H election.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has taken tho
town by Btortn. Tho dosigns are
elogant, up-to-date and of tho
Tho Hawaiian Rowing Associa
tion has decided that it cannot in
torforo with tho decision of tho
judges in tho Fourth of July
About 200 Japaueso aro ex
pected on tho llio Janeiro tomor
row together with tho balance of
tho shipment of Amoy Ohineso
Bout hero by Thomus Evans.
Saturday's ball game will bo
botweon tho Stars and Honolulus
y- ana tlio bturs won t do a thing to
mu poor xaouoiuius bo may say.
A shut-out may bo looked for.
John It. Gentry, tho pacing
stallion, established a now world's
rocord at Columbus on August 7.
Faced by a running horso in a
sulky, ho did a niilo against timo
Tonight Miss Elsio Adair will
introduce some now features in
hor wonderful Borpoutino dance.
Don't fail to see her, nothing so
artistic has boon soon in Honolulu
Tho ornamental iron coiling
of tho Opora Houso has boon
placed in position and is now be
ing painted. "Workmen aro now
engaged in fitting up tho proscon
iura boxes and other interior ar
rangements. Charles McCarthy has just got
something now for serving boor,
which ho has had placed in tho
Criterion saloon. It iB very con
venient and saves the space of a
,. bulky refrigerator, all tho pur-
v poses of which it fulfils.
A speoial mooting of tho Hoou
lu and Hoola Lahui Soci oty will
tako placo tomorrow morning at
ton o'clock at tho Kapiolani Mu
tornity Homo. All tho members
and board of management aro ro
quostod to attend, also tho board
H. F. Houbb and E. H. F. Wol
tors woro elected lioutonants of
Company H last night. Thoro
was a full turnout of members
and tho election waB quito excit
ing, four ballots being required to
elect Mr. Houss. Tho otnor can
didates wore Tom Matthews aud
A San Francisco lawyer, who is
ngent of a big ostato, is taking
timo by the forelock and dpos not
propose to be bothered with any
possible fluctuations of American,
coin. Ho is making all his loaBOs
out at so much per month in Am
erican gold, with tho proviso that
ho may at any time requiropay
mont in English sovereigns in an
amount specified in tho lcasos.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Dread and Pastry than
, Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Yonr Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Father Loonor loft on tho Ki
nau this morning.
Itobert More and his brido
left on tho Kinau this morning.
Sons of Veterans hold their
monthly meeting this ovoning.
Representative Ryoroft return
ed to Hawaii by this morning's
Note tho specialties for this
week at H. "W. Schmidt & Sons'
retail sail of Btock at wholesale
R. 0. Porkius, tho naturalist,
accompanies Professor Koebolo to
Hawaii. Thoy will mako a bix
Notico is given by Minister
Cooper of tho resumption of
functions by Hon Albert Willis,
United States Ministor.
Chilo Gonzales and family
leavo for Kauai today, intonding
to play for a few weeks upon tuat
islaud. Tho talont and versatili
ty shown by them hero ought to
bring crowded housos throughout
tho garden isle.
Ralph Turner, who has boon
com polled to lay off for somo
weeks on accounts of injuring his
hand with a bnnd saw, is again at
work in his accustomed placo in
Lucas' mill. Ho is turning somo
handsome balustrades for Arthur
Harrison's now mansion.
W. W. Hall was out of luck
today. Ho had on a nico clean
whito suit of clothes and was
riding a brand now bicyclo when
a horso and buggy driven by a
Chinaman ran into him and
spilled him in tho mud. Tho
whcol was also badly knocked out
OIIItlNTIANlTV IX JAPAN.
Editor Bulletin: I am glad
that my romarks which you pub
lished have called forth a rejoin
der in this morning's Advertiser
from ono of my follow-country-mon
which is very interesting as
well as instructive. But I would
point out that I did not at all
iiTguo tho merit or demorit of
Christianity, but simply wished
to correct tho Bomowhat oxoeeer-
ated information regarding Chris
tianity in Japan, by stating the
facts, tho baro facts as recognized
by all except thoso engaged in tho
mission work thomsolvos. Did I
ever say Christianity did not help
Japanese civilization? I think
my friend has misconstrued my
remarks altogether. It would bo
absurd to pay anything against
Christianity, which iq recognized
by all tho world to bo tho boBt ex
isting religion on the earth. An
other word boforo I am.dono. I
thought that Christianity taught
love, kindness and humanity, in
face of which it is to bo regretted
that tho "Japanese who believes in
Christianity" should resort to
sarcasm at tho end of his opistlo.
One of Them.
Confirmed lu Crlmo.
Marshal Brown furnished tho
Attornoy General with tho fol
lowing record of William Hoopii
alias "Barefooted Bill": Convict
ed October 14, 1891; burglary;
sontonced 4 years and $18.50
costs. Convicted, September 6,
1893; larceny; pleaded guilty;
sentence G months. Samo dato,
another chargo of larcony, plea of
guilty, same sentence. Pardoned,
Decombor, 1895. To which is
now to bo added: Burglary, two
charges, sentences aggregating
four years and $7 costs, August
To a Ulster In Hcotlaml.
Beneath the liquid blue .of tropic skies,
Dreaming through hours of ceaseless sum
I Idly eit, whilst wandering thoughts arise
Half Indistinct as bill seen through a haze,
And as the whispering palm swajs In tho
And Insects' hum with song of bird is blent,
My memory dies to other scene thin these;
To scenes whero childhood's careless hours
To where, though summer's sky'a not al
And winter wraps tho earth in mantle
The kindly rugged hearts beat warm and
And prayers for absent ones are breathed
My lot Is cast on thee, sweet summer land,
I'll lovo your azure skies aud sun Ms;cd
Yet let mo waft far from yoursllvery strand
Kind thoughts to Scotia on the southern
breezo. M. D. Black.
Application will bo rocehed by tho Board
ol Fin. Commissioners up to tho 'JMIi ot August
to fill the posltluu of Euglnier for No. :.'
Station foi ik term of two munths from bent
1st. The applicant must be a fully quallllul
HOAUD Or FIRE COMMISSIONERS.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Tho Clilt-Ilnnk Hjstom oftUo Orleulnl
Tho writer has as yot had no
chanco of ascertaining tho reason
why so many; lottors paeB locally
between residont merchants in
China and Japan, while compara
tively few aro passing botweon
merchants hero. It may probably
bo duo to tho cheap labor of tho
China andJapan ports that errands
or moasages are so frooly ox
changed. Owing to this frequent
intorchango of lottors a uook
which is termed tho "Chit book"
is employed. In this book aro
ontorou the dato, numbor of let
tors or newspapers, or ovon par
cols containing purchases, as well
as tho names of the recipionts,
leaving at tho right hand corner a
margin for signature. Besides
signing receipt in this book a
short answor such as "Yes," "No,"
"Will do so," "Sorry can't attend,"
"Many thauks,"all written against
tho name. Accustomed to this
kind of thing it gives tho writer a
somowhat uneasy feeling whenho
sonds out a lottor and for which
no immediate acknowledgment is
forthcoming. I don't see why tho
book cannot advantageously bo
introducod hero. .
There wnnii old mnld as sick as sick could
Doctor said the troublo was drinking com
Recommended "Svmation Aumi Diivmi,"
When, Oh, what jo; 10 till,
it (pilcklj mind lit r from her bed,
Both Btrong and sound aud well.
Harry Cannon, Polama Grocery,
is appointed Solo Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for (his justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Mo-
morial mixture, Young Hyson
and Jap:in, '25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness uud excellence) of
A UOIHU OF EIGHT (8) IIOOMS,
noxt to the Whito Houso, Nuuauu Htroct.
$25 per mouth. Apply to
334 tf A. Y. GEAR.
Sons of "Veterans.
Tho Regular Monthly Meeting of tho
Goorgo O. Wiltzo Camp, Sons of Yoternns,
will be bold in tho Ilall over Wiohmnn's
store, Fort street, at 7:30 o'clock THIS
LOUIS F. HrQREW, Captain.
O. D. WILSON, First Sorgeaut.
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There aro 6 Lots nt Waiki
ki, lying on tho Waikiki side
of Kalia Road for sale, nbout
116 feet makai of Waikiki
.Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
EE2? For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
DUK1NO MV ABSENCE PROW Til K I9L
ands Mr. O. II. Ilulllna will act forme under
full power of attorney.
K83 3t 0.8CHUMAN.
The stoamer Kinau will leavo Hilo, Sat
urday, Aug. :.2tu, at 8 o'clock p, m ; arriv
ing at Honolulu Monduy morning, Aug.
24th, instead of the regular advertised
WILDEllMS.S CO, I TO.
Honolulu, Aug. 14, 1890. 331-0t
To Let or Lease.
THE MESIDENCE OF MRS. A LONG,
ono niilo from postofllco. Largo houso with
fnrniture. Four bed roonia, parlor, large
dining room, pautry, kltchon. bath roomu,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant housos, stables, horse paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant at., noxt 1'ontofllcoj
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Office: SOS Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cuitor's office. I'. O.
will brace, build and give
you vim and bounce. Get
it and thus take your own
jj t2r W w
August 22, 1895.
Dn. llui'i: says:
Ever since your excellent
"Best" Tonic lias beon placed upon
the market, my family lias been n
big consumer of this preparation,
and I liavo found it a grateful
stimulant, appetizer, tissue builder
and tonic. I consider it one of tho
very few preparations that really
do nil that is claimed for it, and un
hesitatingly recommend it to my
patients. Dll. CHAS. HUPE.
Pabst "Best" Tonic for sale by
Hobron Drug Co.
Iff SELDOM SEE
a big- knee like this, but yourliorta
may rmo a bunch or brulso on tils
Ankle, Hoc V, Stllle, Knco or Throat.
ins tho horo up. Circulars II jou
want thorn. Of regular dealers or sent
direct, J2 00 per bottle.
W. F. YOU.NG. 1. I). V..
Jo. 3 1 Amboret He, HprlnjUrld, ITCnmi.
Hobron Drug Co.
PBILL SI-I35D !
Elsie Adair Company, '
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
Trices: SI 00, 7"o and SOc.
XST Swats nt Wall, Nichols Co. 383-2t
DRAFT N0. 185. (X KU'.UIULU
Stiniir Company, lu fovor of Mrs. It.
btrnuch, issued Juno 2ltli, for $60, Las
been lost. P.iyinont has been stopwid on
During my ubsonco from tlio Hawaiian
Inland, niy brother, N. Fernandez, will
oot for mo under Power of Attorney.
AUlt VUAM TEItNANDEZ.
Honolnln, Augntir, Xi. SSMw
Guardian1 s Sale of Real
BY VIUTUK OK A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me grunted by tlio lion. A. W. Carter,
First .Tuilno of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Island of Oahu, on tliu 8th day of
Aiicurt, A D. l8'.H), In 111 proceed to sell
at un bile outcry to the highest bidder for
cash in U 8 Gold Coin ou tliu U7tu day of
August, A I) Ih'JO, at tho auction room of
Jus. V. Morgan, in Honolulu, the undivided
onc-clevcntu (l-ll) interest of Mabel, JIary,
Clara, Daisy, Thomas F. Anna, and J. Ena,
Jr., .Minors, In uud to ctrUlu rice lands,
situated at Makao, Koolauloa, and at Kanaku,
Oahu, containing n supcrnclal area of one
huudred and hlty-five (155) acre, more or
less. Upset price blxteen Hundred (1000)
Dated Honolulu. Aug. II. 1800.
; Ouardlan of Mabel, Mnry, Clara, Daisy
Thomas F., Anna, and 3. Ena, Jr., Minors.
Guardian's Sale of Real
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN LICENSE
to me granted by tho Hon. A. W. Carter,
Vint .Iiiilint ofllm rirciitt Hmirt of the First
CI 'cult, Islundor Oahu. ou the 8th da of
August, A.I). 1890, I will proceed to sell at
, publle outcry, to the hlghost bidder for cash
in U.S Jold Coin, onthuS7tbdaj of August,
A U. lout), ill llio uuciiou room 01 jh r
Morgan, in Honolulu, the uudlWdcd one
eleventh (I II) Interest or James C. Lane, a
noil compos mentis, in and to certain rlcu
lauds, situated at tlakao, Koolauloa, aud at
' tupaku, uahu, containing a suucruciai arm,
ol one hundred und tllty-flo (I5"i) acres,
more or less. Upset price blxtciti Huudied
, Dated Honolulu, August II, 18Ud.
JOHN C. LANE,
Ouardlan of James C. I.auc, a nou compos
( mentis. 37U-U
N. S. SACHS'
In dolicato sbndes, silk lustro,
drossos, only 20 oonts a yard.
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In Bolid colors, sulphur, pink, blnok and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 1G yards nnd guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most cotnplote, Victoria nnd Persian lnwn, dimities
in stripos und pluids, nanspokp, mulls, swias muslins,
funoy plaid nud striped whito goods
kt Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OF FASHION
1 Fino Whito MuBlin in openwork. Uoautiful Patterns,
A great stock of
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BS3 "Wo expect within ton days a great nud now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
We Are Now .
Selling a Special
Mado to Romody tho Dofocts
Ex "Australia," an invoice of tho Favorite
Severe : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Fcatho Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
.... A new importation of
Fine Woolens .
p. $ TREPAN M$
TORT AND nOTEL STKEETS.
just tho thing for ovoning
of Thoso Formerly Usod Hero.
Take an Outing
t . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo nt 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 f. M.,nrrivinf in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 50
EwaPlauinticto... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, KIRBT
I Circuit, of tbo Hawaiian Islnuds in
bnnkruptoy. In tbo mutter of tbo Rank,
ruptoy of M. S. Lovy, of ilonolulu. Credit
ors of tbo uaiil Bankrupt aro boruby notified
to como in nnd provo tbeir debts boforo tbe
Ciiouit Couit of the First Cironit at
Chambers, at Honolulu, on 'WEDNES
DAY, tho 10th day of Anqnst. 1890, bo
twoeu tlio hours of ton o'clock in tbo fore
noon nnd noon of tlio said day, nud elect
nu Assiuueo of tlio said nankrmit's Kntat;.
Ry tho Court; GEO. LUOA8,
382 :tt Clerk,
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