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HONOLULU CAHMAGE 00,
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 'Xiu.
TI1UHSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1888.
Schr Leahl from Huuulel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr 0 n Bishop for Walnnne, Walahm
and Koolhiu lit f) n lit
From ii circuit of Onliu per stinr O It
Iilshop, Sept 12 Mrs Lane, Miss laa
SUsi Theresa, L If Niione, Mrs J It
Holt, Jliss Aluuui ami live deck.
. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Bishop 1100 bugs rice.
thl city Sept 12th, to the
wife of Charles Luea. u daughter.
U.l'JJ '.I'll J JL
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The town was decidedly quiet to
day. St. Louis College will open on
Monday next. lit
Tub health of Minister Austin is
A koai) wagon anil billiard table
are offered for sale.
Tmini: marriages will take place
before this month expires.
SoMEiiODY has walked oil with
"Harper's Weekly" from the Beaver
Messrs. G. K. Wilder and W. F.
Frcar are studying law with Mr. A.
Nothing of special interest took
placcat the meeting of the Myrtle
Boat Club last evening.
One of the "leap year engagement
boom" betrothals will be consum
mated on Wednesday evening.
Rev. E. C. Oggel, formerly of Ho
nolulu, is now supplying the pulpit
at the Presbyterian Church, Pullman,
Notices appear with regard to
chums against estate of Ah Sung of
Honolulu, and John Garcia of Ka
lihi. .- ... ., .
An aged native, as deaf as a post,
fell with his horse at the embank
ment, at Leleo, this morning, and
was pretty badly hurt.
While the steam drill was at work
at Leleo this morning the steam hose
burst with a loud report, frightening
a Chinaman out of his wits.
A new sidewalk has been built in
front of the residence of Dr. Day,
corner of Fort and Boretania streets,
which is a decided improvement.
A party- of ladies and gentlemen
returned from Waimanalo to-day,
after enjoying the well-known hospi
tality of the Hon. J. A. Cummins.
Tun sidewalk on Fort street from
below Mr. Levey's auction room to
the Oceanic Co.'s wharf is in a most
disgraceful condition. Cannot it bo
Marshal Sopcr'u expedition around
this island has been deferred until
to-morrow. The Attorney-General
and Postmaster-General will probably
join the party, who expect to be gono
"What's more ridiculous than a
man chasing his hat?" said a learned
professor, this morning, after a sharp
run. "If he does not run fast enough
ho will not catch it, and if he runs
too fast ho'll step on it."
This evening the ladies of the Cen
tral Union Church will hold their
regular monthly sociable in the ves
try, at 7 :!JO o'clock. All members of
the church and congregation are in
vited to attend, and bring friends
At the regular meeting of the De
bating Club this evening a paper will
be read on "The Iteform party of
1890." Discission will follow, A
full attendance is requested, as the
officers for the ensuing bix months
will bo elected.
The U. S. Standard weight and U.
S. Standard measures, formerly used
by the Governor, have boon handed
over to tho Marshal, to whoso lot the
regulating of scales anil measures
has fallen. Tho weights graduate
from ono grain to 2o pounds.
Thk Kuimiloa has been about to
make i trial trip for tho past week or
two, but has not yet sailed. Her ma
chinery, small pieces of which are
now, has been worked nearly ovoiy
day for tho abovo timo, running
smoothly on ono occasion and with
excessive frictions on the next. Steam
was up this afternoon and tho ma
chine! y worked better than usual,
but the now pieces havo not yet been
worn down sulliciently.
. .. .
On King bliout, justboyond Alapai
street, tho other night, n drunken
man lying in the middlo of the road,
escaped from being run over by a
skittish horse. While a policeman
was being looked for and not ono
was seen until tho Station House whb
reached a hack came along, and the
driver recognizing tho drunken man
bundled him ipto his carriage and
dodged tho police, who wuro then on
(ho way out,
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Tltc Hawaiian hand will pltiy a I
the ijuoou's hospital tu-nituiowuftw
noon, fioiu three to five u'olook.
A CmsEsn gambling den on King
street was raided by Ollleer Alapai
litis morning and live gurnbluis
Tttr. St. Andrew's Sewing Society
will resuino its weekly meetings in
the schoolroom at 2 o'clock on Fri
Tun Ariun Society's mooting last
night was moderately well attended.
The time was pleasantly passed in a
highly satisfactory rehearsal.
Mil. B. F. Dillingham and family,
and a party of friends will start for
Pearl River liaibor to-morrow morn
ing, returning on Saturday.
Thu sale of cattle by Mr. J. F.
Morgan at 10 o'clock, on Saturday,
will tako place at the Pnwaa paddock,
King strict opposite residence of
The case of A. II. Loo Ngawk ct
al. vs. A. J. Cartwright et al., Trus
tees of His Majesty's estate, is still
being hoard in Supremo Court
Chainbers,before Mr. Justice Preston.
The disorderly house case was
further continued to tho 17th, in tho
Police Court, this morning. Wini,
tho Chinese woman who received
stolon goods was nol pros'd. All
other cases, excepting two of drunk
enness, were continued.
A dispute as to tho exact time that
tho Hicks-Sawyer minstrel perform
ance began at tho Opera House,when
they passed through hero several
weeks ago, has created a bet of $20,
and there is a prospect of- the affair
winding up with n tongue fight.
Ox Boretania street, near the Kau
makapili Church, is a poi shop run
by Chinamen. There would be no
objection to tho shop were it not for
tho fact that at all hours of the day the
proprietors may bo seen standing at
the door or on tho side-walk in a
semi-nude condition. Tho attention
of the police is called to this, as a
great many people pass along that
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Debating Society at 7:30.
Band concert at Thomas Square,
Socinble at vestry of Central
Union Church, at 7:30.
Drill of Co. A. Honolulu Hides at
Honolulu Cominandeiy, No. 1,
Knights Templar, at 7:30.
Special meeting of Honolulu So
cial Club at 7:10 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
iiy i.. j. ixvr.v.
Credit sale of general merchan
dise at 10 a. m. Beers, wines and
liquors at noon.
AN IMPORTANT SALE.
The Kahuku ranch in Kau, Ha
waii, the property of Mr. G. AV. U.
Jones, is to bo sold at auction, as
will be seen from an advertisement
in another column. It contains
181, C28 acres, is well stocked with
cattle of the finest breed in the king
dom, some seventy horses including
four well bred stallions, besides
woiking oxen, mules, hogs, etc.
The sale will take place on Satur
day next, at noon, at Mr. J. F.
Morgan's auction rooms. Mr.
Jones or Mr. J. O. Carter at Brewer
& Co.'s will furnish further particu
lars. IT IS RUMORED
That lots of young people will
listen to the music at Thomas Square
this morning ; that the milk shake
business is thriving; that Kalaukoa
is guarded every evening by white
men with muskets ; that the Cham
berlain will havo some important
news by and by ; that Ivauhi says
he will bo returned again for Ewa
and Waianao if there is a new elec
tion ; that the Oahu Steam Railroad
will bo one of the biggest successes
of the present age ; tuut tho native
newspapers are going after Kawai
nui and Kalaukoa; that the Austra
lia will bring important news; that
the Marshal is exceedingly active
just now ; that the mouth of Kawai
nui's newspaper is not so large as
has been reported ; that none of the
present Nobles and Representatives
will be in the House in 1890; that
Noble Widemann was only joking
when he resigned his scat.
On Saturday evening the fourth
organ recital will bo given at Kau
makapili Church. The admission
will only bo twenty-five cents. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
Sonata hi I) No. 1 GiiPinimt
Ave Murlu d' Aicadell LU.t
Mr. Wruy Taylor.
Solo My Queen Hliinieu thai
Mr. Lel Lyman.
Offortoholn U Ilatlsto
Mr. .My ion Jones.
Chorus Protect thorn (Itebckah)..
Rev. I. Goodell.
Solo There Is a Green Hill. ...Gounod
Miss Roo Ma Wee.
Adagio from Sonata Piithetiipic....
Introduction to third net Lohengrin
Mr. J ones.
Two meditations hi K Hat and 1..
March of the Israelites (I'll) Costa
1 i uggy. Not Un
dercut, i'. O. Box J00,
THE BAN!) OfiNOEftT.
The llnutl plnys tin evening nt
Thomas ytiiire,ooiiiiiieiicliHj at f :8()
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AUT t.
Overture Son ami Strnugor (new).
Mnzurkn Clcinatl (new) IC -ppey
I' liuilo Tntmh:uicr Wagner
ItoinhiUci'iiueu ol Weber Goiilrey
Piilamn. Komi, Main 1 ke Ao (newt.
Selection Marltana Wallace
Patrol liih (new) Puerner
Q.ivotte Sldonlo (new) Aiulllon
Waltz Bridal Soul's (new)....Gung'l
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
During the past month extensive
alterations have been made at the
store of the Pacific Hardware Com
pany, which now makes it one of tho
most attractive in town. Tho entire
stock has been rc-arranged and
room made for now goods just re
ceived direct from England, This
morning, a representative of the
Bulletin visited the store and
"climbed do golden stairs" leading
to the show rooms, in company with
Mr. E. R. Hendry, the genial sales
man, for an inspection of the im
provements as well as the stock.
Arriving at tho top of the spiral
staircase the eye icslod on a fine as
sortment of Angora goat rugs in dif
ferent colors, Royal rugs ' which
change color, Wicker tea tables,
traveling valise? with every requi
site article inside, umbrellas, line
bath towels, hat racks in shape of
riding whip, carriage wraps for
rainy weather, ladies bath robes all
ready made, tea sets of tho Royal
Worcester waro, soaps of all kinds,
clothes baskets, brass ornaments
for tables to hold papers, cards or
photo3, oil paintings, salad seta.
salt cellers, opera glasses, audi
colored glass ware.
At this point Mr. J. L. Torbcrt,
whose taste in arranging goods is so
well known, made his appearance,
and the reporter was initiated into
the mysteries of various articles
which have never before been seen
in this country. It would simply be
impossble to desciibo everything
seen, but particular mention must
be made of the white French China
ware, in breakfast, dinner and tea
sets. If a plate or cup of a set gets
broken you can always renew it as
the compaii' will keep a full supply
on hand. Supposing you want to
fancy yourself in Boston onjo3'ing
a bean feast, ou can here find
earthen bean pots for which there
appears to be a groat demand.
There is also Cameo ware in scent
bottles, finger bowls and fairy lights,
which waro is very rare.
Our readers should not fail to
visit tho store and inspect this
beautiful stock for wc arc unable to
mention everything seen. Leaving
the main show room the heavier
stock was examined and everything
found in the neatest order. Over
the back entrance to the store is a
wire woven roof which should not
fail to be examined.
WOULD like engagements to go out
ly llio day to new. Inquire 182
King street. 41 1 w
' PWO Furnished
JL Annlv to
:J M. N. KENNEDY,
Corner Fait & Ilcrctiinia sts.
AGENTI.KMAN of over SO years'
liiHine-s exp"rii'nce with large
11 r ins In England mill litis Kingdom is
open for a r-M-ncageinent us Hook
keeper, Ciiihiur a'id CSorrcpoii'lvnt. He.
fcreiices and leMiinouials of the highest
oider. AddieMiP. U. Bux47o 421m
Boftil Wagon, nearly
new. Price, S70; cost,
S30J, Also. 1
second-hand Curom Bil.
Hard Table, complete and
in good re.
pair, inquire ol
45 3t J. P. BOWEN,
AH SUNG, doing business under the
linn name of Yeu Hop, in Hono
lulu, made' an assignment to Ilymuu
Uros. this 12th day of September. All
creditor." of the canto aie requested to
present their claims within DO days, and
ill indebted must nuke immediate set.
dement. IIY MAN BROS.,
Assignees of the Kstutn of Ah tiling.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1S3S. V, lw
V. C. FACERROOS,
I'rue.llrnl WalclmiuUer & Jeweler,
II iii removed to
Late Ym. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
fiSrS.uUtiictlon giuiuiitcud or money
ruiiiii'icil 21 !m
Practical Watchmaker & Repairer
Goo 1 work fMiiir.uiiLM.-d. At prerent
local (1 .it S. ltoih's tall jr shop,
Portland Cement !
While Bros" Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate,
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
INVENTORY SALE !
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs fiOc per doz
81 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk clockco and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffs $1
220 doz dents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes -loo each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts...
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.00.
200 Men's Working Pants only 81.25.
200 Men's Working Pants only SI. 50.
200 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from 83.00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only 85.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only 85.00 worth $10.00
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only SG.00 worth 812.50.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only 87.50 worth 815.00.
A. liirge lino of Gout's Fine Dress Suits ut Cost ! A lurgo lino of Gent's Odd Suits nt one-half the regulitr price 1
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half tho regular price I Men's White Jjiiicn Ccats, 81.25; Pants, !$1.25 I
"VTTjrriTTQ PT (TYTT-TTXTO ? SrWc have
JL v JL JLJLtw v JLJV
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Look at tlie Great JE5arg-in isi Bft'en's c Boys' "Wliifco Colored Sliirtra,
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc, Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's &, Boys' Shoes !
Xolhti muitr Viit html are charged 10 cenli
per lineor IheflrtC imtrtion, and S cents per lint
every atitllthnul insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcur of Lucas' Mill.
IT 1ms been discovered by the doctor
tliut Cootud Tiuo Flour in excellent
food for weak ami delicate iufunts, pre.
pared ns follows-, Onu tuuh-spoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed wlik 1 pint
of bolllue; mi. If. When cold feed tlio
child willi u uureo bottle. It will jjivu
a child new Ufa in a few weeks. 35 '.(w
fPARO MUSH Feed the siek anil
JL delini e persons on Cooked 'la o
Flour Miuli, mmle tlilu ami prepare. I
like, (orn meal hi tolling water, aid
sorvcil witli mi kaud sugar. TliU iimkcn
au elegant miisli. U5 3w
TARO BUISCU IT MIxTaro Flour
X very iluck lu lioiliug water, then
roll in wheat Hour ami loriu into htii.
euit, use u little butler at bottom of pan,
smeiir u little milter over tbe top ol Taro
Jlltcull this mnkes a cbeup nnd excel,
lent 'faro Cukes. ."5 Sw
G RIDDLE CAKE-Tko Half rye
T Hour, liulf Turo Flour, one or two
i'KKS, little salt, onu teiispoonful of Itnyul
Bilking Powder to n cupful of cneli,
bake or fry on griddle. U5 !lw
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons.
JL fill of the Taro Flour to each per
son and mix lldn, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, serve warm or
cold with milk unit sugar Taro Much
can stand a day or two If desired. 35 'My
J" "6'b'prTnTING of allklmU tie.
cuted at the IUilt Buixktiv Office.
A very largo8tock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing
A full lind oi all wool Ovcifhirts
and nil wool Undcrshiits fiom.
Gonts' fine Pajama Suits fiom
17(5 dor. Children's colored Hobo.. .
10c pr pair
Fino Turkish Bath Towels
: for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripo Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size 4 to 8, at. . . .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Hpincmbcr this is our last week
GMT IP1T0RY 'SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
DB3-.IST Sc OOIVJUPrY
JL Jl I LX' VA
Suits Knee Pants only 82.00.
Boys' All-Wool Suits only 83.50.
this is our Annual Cash Clothing and
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
HPHK following gentlemen luivo been
JL duly elected to tervc us oillccrs of
tho Mutual Telephone Co. for die en
suing year, viz:
II. A. Widemann President, ,
II. Waterhoufc VUe President,
U. O. llergcr Treasunr,
O. O. Merger Secretary,
W. l Allen Auditor.
0. O. JUCUGKIl,
nouoluhl, Sept. 7, 1833. -II 2w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of tlio stock,
holders of lliu Illlo Suga1 Co lirld
in Honolulu. Ilils 10 Inlay uK-rpiciiilu r,
1883, tliu following oillccrs veic duly
elected to ervo during the tinning ear:
Win. O. Irwin President,
John I). .Sprockets. .Yico President,
( Sucre ary,
Walter M. 0 i (lard &
II. M. Wliitncv.Jr A-idlinr.
V. M. GIFFAUl),
42 lw Secretary, II. S. Co.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the anuunl meeting of tlio stock.
holders f Hie IIiiilIiIiiboii I'lanui.
lion Co held in Iloiiol.ilu this lOili day
of September, 18-JB, tlie following otll.
cer weie duly elected to bervo during
the ensuing year:
Win. a. Irwin President,
John A. liuck VicoPresulent,
Walter M. Gllfard &
II. M. Whltnry, Jr Auditor.
V7. M. ?IFFAD,
i2 lw Secretary, II. P. Co.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirty
ffgf AT VERY
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
A Lane Assortment
Wo will close
BJSF" For Gents, Ladies,
150 Men's Fine Pants only S2.50 worth SI. 00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only S3. 00 wortli Sl.50.
150 Men's Fine Pants only 81.00 worth SO. 00.
150 Men's Fine Cassimere Pants from 83.00.
Men's Fine Cassimere Suits only 12.50 wortli S20.00.
Men's Blue Flannel Suits only 12.50 worth S20.00.
Men' Blue English Serge Suits only S12.50 worth 820.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only 85.00 and up.
Boys' Fine fjuits Long Pants only 85.00 and up.
Boys' ,Fiiio Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only 88. 50
Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two
74 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - Principal.
In all lib Imuit'lici.
CSTFor pirliciilaix address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel Ht , or (Jraenhalidi'i UoA.
store, 10(5 Fort St.
Mutual, 282-ig3uTELEPH0NECQrBell, 30
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
IreHHiiuilcliiu. .Vi!., A:i.,
llns commenced tliu business of DresF.
nviking, Cutting and Kitting, nt her icsi
deuce, No. 'fl llerctnuia blrcet, opposite
the Hotel. Tho patronage of the ladles
is respectfully solicited. BalUfnction
DURING my nbsencii from Iho King
(lorn the Hon. W. V. AMcn Mill
act for mo under n full power of attor.
ney in all piivnto mnttir, und nNo In
all estates in which I am nk'nni or
agent. W. O. PA It KB.
Honolulu, August 25, 1889. -"J 2iu
LOW PBIUES jgOl
of White Dress Goofls!
out at a
Misses & Children.
(i:t & Cut Fort Stroot.
September 1st, and is
which wo will sell at prices that will
Week Onty. -3
EGAN & CO.
Mr. A. M. Hewett,
Xi ttasrinnlpv I
PurposiM leaving for the Const in
October prior to which he
oflert. the whole of his
Do nol bo alarmed that you will i at
be able to purchase In Honolul
A Handsome Christmas Present
As in Sun Fraucisco for II r. Ilevrtt is
going to select such a block us v. ill
suit tlio most lastiucous unu
mrprlsc our littlo city.
tSTAll parties now Indebted to Mm
nro respectfully nqucattd to inko
inimrdiHio settlement, Cjiloi
Tf YdUTiND ANYTHING,
X. advurUse it la tho Daily JJullutuu
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