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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 17, 1897, Image 5

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EVENING DUliTiETIN, AUCUWT 17, 1807.
LOCAL AND QKNKRAL,
0. K, Wilder nnd wifo nro In
tlio city.
The Klunu bronchi tnok olovou
Volcntin tourlHlH.
The l'rldoot ludla.Uria Tooth
powdor at Bturdevaut'u.
"Ermt the Elf," nt 8 p. m. Lut
chnnco to boo Katio Putnam.
BhorllT AiulrowB of Hawnll wbb
atnouR tho Kiunu's pmst'imors.
Lawyers Littlo and Wnknflold
nro in town from tlio rainy city.
Honator Baldwin and W. II.
Cornwoll canto over on tlio Kinnu.
Tho Australia may bo looked
for any timo after daylight to
morrow. Thoro will bo a special mooting
of Pacific Lorigo of Musons this
(jvcninij.
Manager A. llaueberg of Olo
walu plantation wont homo tbia
morning.
Ex-UoprcBPtitativo Rev. E. M.
Hanuna of Maui wants to suc
cood himself.
Dr. Mouril, Qovornmeut phy
sician at Mapulehu, Molokai, left
for home on the Mauna Loa.
Wanted A position as Louro
keopor by a (Spanish lady. Ad
dress or call at the Bulletin Office.
Ah Fook, a Ohinoso prisoner in
Oahu jail, committed suicide by.
strangling himself with a piecnTof
rope.
Seouro soats at tho Wail,Nichols
store for tho concert on Saturday
evening by the Philadelphia and
Mat ion boys.
E. II. F. Wolter"nnd AV. E.
llowoll have been nominated aB
candidates for second lieutenant
of Company H.
The bubonio plague has disap
peared from Formosa and the Me
dical Inspection Office of the
JapauoBG government closed.
It is claimed that more and
neater work can bo done on the
Peerless Typewriter than on any
other make of machino, in the
same length of timo.
A private lettor to a member of
the Bulletin's staff states that
Olaa district is boini favored with
an abundance of rain and that
coffee trees are growing finely
everywhere.
Parties wishing to inspect the
Cornwoll premises on Judd street,
advertised for sale at auction on
Friday, October 15, should uiako
application to James F. Morgan
the auctioneer.
Katio Putnam and her company
will leave for San Francisco ou
the Mariposa. Tho bright little
lady makes her farewell appear
ance this evening in "Erma the
Elf." All her popular songs will
be sung.
Claus Spreckels paid into tho
San Francisco Custom House
$3'.),(M0.20 as duty on oue con
signment of Qormau machinery
for tho beet sugar works at Salinas
valued at 880,7GG, tho duty boing
43 per cent.
Thore'll be one advantago at
least gained by the annexation of
Hawaii it will put a few vessels,
small though they be, under tho
American flag. Even this addi
tion to our morchant marine will
be a gratifying increase. St.Louis
Star.
A faraiuo is imminent through
out the kingdom of Corea in con
sequence of a long drought. Oho
lora is also very much prevalent,
adding to the sufferings of the
peoplo. It is said tho disease has
spread to Chomulpo and othor
ports.
A leading teacher of oycling in
Chicago used a gentleman's and a
lady's Storliug duriug tho entiro
season of 1890. Ho gave 700
lesoons on tho gentleman's and
2002 on tho lady's wheel with a
cost of less thau $2.50 for each
maohino for repairs. '
In response to an advortiemont
for 100 men to work on tho
Canadian Pacific Railway between
Fort William and Winnipeg, there
wuh a crowd of over n thousand
men at the Windsor street station,
Montreal, and the scramble for
position was so fierco thut tho po
lice had to bo called in.
Olaa coffee plantors will urge
upon the next Legislature tho
necessity of opening up sido roads
from tho Volcano road to tho
various plantations. When tho
Olaa lots wore first opened up it
was understood those sido roads
wero to bo oponed up by tho gov
ernment, but as yot nothing has
been dono.
Two nrri'alit worn Hindu lolty
for nRnnitlt nnd bnltnry, '
J. H. McUniidlnsn leave (or Ln
Imltmoii tho Cliuiillim this own
ing, also Captain Abloom.
Katio Putnam spoilt nil day
Jos tern ay in the cool shades oi
lalihi valloy, the guest of Mrs.
Walter Hill.
There war no rprhIoii of the
polioo court this morning ou ac
count of tho wedding. Judgo
Wilcox oponed court at 1:30 this
afternoon.
In the pollco court this aftor
nooii Judge Wilcox fined four
Chinese 810 onoh for gambling
and a nativo 85.50 for non-payment
of taxes.
A return baseball gamo with tho
navy will tako placo on Friday
afternoon at 3:30. Admission 25
cents. Proceeds to go to tho
Strangors' Friend Socioty.
H. W. Schmidt it Sons remind
property owners of the recent in
cident of two fires and no insur
ance, with especial reforenco to
their agency for tho Atlas Insur
ance Co.
The Beretania street pumps will
close down at G o'clock tomorrow
ovening for a threo days overhaul
ing, repacking valves, etc. In the
meantime the Makiki pumps will
be kept going day and night.
If you are interested in tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
be 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 bo beat.
Kroegor Pinnos,9weotest in tone,
Jas. W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonio Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. US" Tele
phono 347.
Don't bo persuaded to accept
what is not really iood in en
larged portraits, just because you
have given an order for ono.
King Bros.' will give you some
thing infinitely better and cheap
er than you can got anywhere else
in town.
Singers lend tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
tonstruction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Bergerson, agent,
16 Beth Rtrflot
Melbourne, Aug. 5. Tho dis
cussion of tho Australian Federa
tion Bill, in tho Colonial Parlia
ment, revotls tlio existenco of an
important anti-Federal section.
The crux of tho difficulty is the
quf stiou of securing the rights of
tho smallor colonies withoutdepriv
iiig the others of the advantage
which should bo tlioira from the
fact of their large populations.
IIKTI'KX MATOII WANrKI).
roMii Hoy Haw Cluil lunged Ihe ATnvy
to Play More Hull.
Lieutenant Elliott of the Phila
delphia telephoned the Bulletin
this afternoon ho lind received a
challenge from the town baseball
team to play a return match next
Friday aftomoon and that ho has
accepted the samo ou behalf of the
naval nine.
Arrangements havo boon made,
as in the last game, for the entiro
proceeds to be donated to the
Strangers' Friond Sooiety, all the
lady members of which will be
furnished with tickets of admis
sion to sell at the low prico of 25
cents eaoh. It is hoped by this
moans to raiso a goodly sura for
this worthy charity, oue which
will put to shame tho small
amount raised last Friday.
Lieutenant Elliott further statos
that he has cabled to the United
States Hydrographic Bureau and
arranged with tho clerk of the
weather for a fino afternoon. Also
that by the courtesy of Admiral
Miller the full band of the Phila
delphia will be on hand half an
hour before the came is called
and will play concort music. It
will also play at intervals in tho
game.
In the last camo tho town boys:
rung in a lot of old professionals,
oolloge graduates and other base
ball fiends on the naval contin
gent. When they found it out
tho lattor put in tho battery of tho
regular Philadelphia niuo and
more than got oven. Tho gamo
of last Friday has led to consider
able rivalry ovor which is tho bet
tor nine, and tho same toams will
bo suloctud to play noxl Friday.
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LAST JNTIGrHT!
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17,
Of Everybody V Kuvorlte, Charming
Katie Putnam
Grand Production of C. T. Dey'n
Great K imitionid Comedy Diuum,
"ERMA THE ELF."
MISSPUTN VM Will Appear in Three
Distinct Iiiiifihonatloi)s
ERMA THE ELK,
THE INDIAN PRINCESS NA
NOEE. HIS SATANIC MAJESTY.
She will also Introduce (liy special
request) ALL her successful Song,
Includlug:
"Kentucky Babe," I
"Honey, Does You Love Your Man?"
"Swim the Golden Kivor,"
"Sweet Luclnda,"
And the Beautiful Celnet ValU,
Boug and Dunce. '
MIRTH, MELODY'ANDMUHia
SEE.THE GREAT SENSATIONAL
1 KIKE SCENE.
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co
Positively last night.
Wanted.
n A position in a family to do general
'housework 'by a German Wonan,
able and willing. itereroncoB if de
sired. luqulreatthisOnice. OS) tit
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Tlio Inimlri'dB uf mill'crors from
coiiHtirtntu)) in this country com
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torpidity of tlio liver, whioli in
most ciihcs is tlio hoIo causo of
constipation.
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tho chances nru tun to one that tlio
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DOSE
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spring at Buda Post, and has not
boen artificially treated. Tho
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small and tho eflbct positive,
EFFECTIVE.
The prico of APENTA WATER
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