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LOCL AND GENERAL.
EVENINQ BULLETIN, OCTOBEH 10. 1805
lJund concoil at ijininu
this afternoon at ! o'clock.
Dr. II. I. Mooro wns in Konn,
Hnwvuii, wlien lust hoard from.
Tho Lund Commission hold a
preliminary meeting yostorday
Ilercnftor tho band will piny at
Thomas pquaro ovory Thursday
Mr. JMorgnn sold a quantity of
furnitnio at his auction salesroom
lt.iiluay trains will commenco
running on tho regular schedule
Several oxpcrl cyclists aro in
training for tho road race on next
liov. Mr. JJirnio will occupy tho
.pulpit nf tho Central Union church
at butli Sfvicos tomorrow.
If you feol out of sorta, call at
the Ci'iloriou and try our rofri su
ing Seattlo Beor on draught.
Tho Qulututto Club will bo in
attondanco at tho Fioncli dinnor
to bo feorvod at thuilotol Hicholiou
An oxcursion train will lea
for W'aiiuiae at 11 a. m. tomorrow,
retching Honolulu on tho return
trip at 5 p. m.
J. L. Osmtr, formerly turnkey
at tho Polico Station, is serving
i'H night watchman at tho Judici
Tho Plantora' Monthly says
tl e total shipmont of sugar to
Now York this season has aggre
gated 20,004 tons.
Tho Salvation Army will make
oxtra oxortions tonight to mako
Ilis Satanic Majesty as uncom
f rtablo us poss bio.
Sea'tlo Beer is a mild and refresh
ing drink. It will creato Ilesh
and generally improve tho system.
On draught at Critorion.
A stitionor in an English vil
lage lately advertised a "I'ersoh
"Wanted." Tho number of appli
cants for tho position is not stated.
Row Mr. Garviu will hold tho
usual service-) of the Christian
Church at Harmony Hall tomor
row, tho now church not yet being
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tortus: 25
and CO cents por night1 $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
At tho Methodist Episcopal
church tomorrow morning tho Rev.
H.W. l'eck will preach on "The
Ideal Christian." At tho evening
servico the subject will bo "Tho
First Church Council. '
L. 15. Kerr has received by tho
Australia a now lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and croam
cropons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
At my big shoe salo on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of this
week, I am selling lndios' shoes
fine whito Fronoh kid opera or
dancing shoes at 2.50 tho pair.
They will cost you $3.00 at any
store intown. Tomplo of Fashion.
Several parties havo congratu
lated tho Bulletin on tho man
nor in which it is showing up tho
polico informors nnd their peculiar
methods of working up cases.
Tlioir practices aro genorally con
demned and with good roason.
A fuso burned out on the Gov
ornmont's houao lighting svstem
last night, in consequeuco of
which tho Y. M. C. A. nnd Hono
lulu Library woro left in darknoBs
fcr a while, Tho evening classos
of tho Y. Al. O. A. had just oponed
when the oclipse took placo.
Miss Violot Carey, daughter of
tho captain of tlio steamship
Monowai, entertained hor friends
of Miss West's Fchool aboard tho
steamor at San Francisco on its
last trip. Tho steamor wa
decoratod for tho occasion, and
fittoon young ladios wero prisont.
Clmrlos K. Sponcor loaves by
tho Kinau on Monday with tho
type nnd proseos for putting tho
Hilo Tribuno into circulation. Mr.
Sponcor is a thoiough and ofli
ciont printor and tho proprietors
of the now papor havo been for
tunato in socuring his services.
A nuuibor of tho young gentle
men friouds of Miss Grace Slmrpo
toudorod hor a musical, dancing
and bathing party at "Wright's
Villa last night, which was a most
enjoyablo ull'air. About twenty
iivo ladies and gontlemon were
pres'nt, all of whom had u splen
Yostordav'h rain did not extend
Tho Kilolmna Art League will
Charles Hn turner wns somowhat
boltor this morning.
Pao was arrested this morning
for cho-fa gambling.
Dr. McGrow ndvortisos a honso
on Alakea street for lent.
I'rofossor Hosmor of Oahu col
legn has an nttaok of tho grippe.
Tho Kinau leavos at f p. m. on
Monday for Hilo nnd way pnrta.
Much intorostiug Colonial news
by tho Mariposa nppenrs on an
Thero will ho a gront oxodus to
ponsido rosorts this nftornoon nnd
J. Alnpai nnd wifo wero arrest
ed yesterday for not sending tlioir
child to school.
It is said that Ruby Doxter will
tiko to the stage nftor ho wins tho
fivo-milo roud raco.
Tolophono lines nbout Knhuku
ii ro out of order from tho effects
of yesterday's storm.
Tho stockholders of tho "Wni-
nnne Sugnr Company will moot
next Saturday, tho 2Gth.
E. B. Hondry wns unable to
join tho fishing party owiug to
tho indisposition of his wife.
Finely furnished rooms with
bath imd olhor modern improve
ments for rent at rousonahlo
prices at 29 Reretania streot.
Tho tfahului. which arrived nt
Maui on tho 12th, brought San
1' rnncisco dittos to October 1st.
Minister Batch will nssumo tho
responsibilities of presidont of tho
Board of Hoalth during "W. O.
Rev. H. W. Beck will lend tho
evening services nt tho Y. M. C.
a. tomorrow nna win discourses
on tho subject of "Sin Doscribed.'
1). V. Roach, proprietor of tho
Pantheon Shaving Parlors, is
giving an ay very mat little boxes
of matchoB to his many patron-.
All bills against tho Board of
Hoalth for expenses connected
with tho cholera epidemic must
bo filed not later than Monday
John Don alias David Bichnrd
is in durnneo vilo, having been
arrested by Oflicor David Kaapa
for nssiult and battery on a
A. G. M. Robortson, ex-Doputy
Attornoy Gonornl. may accom
pany Attorney General V. 0.
Smith on his mission to Now
A Portuguoso who wis strickon
with paralysis was picked no lust
night on tho streot and taken ts
tho polico station whoro Dr. Km
erson attended him.
Hawaiian Lndg, No. 21, A. F.
nnd A. !., will attend the funeral'
of tho late Sam. Louisson tomor
row afternoon, togothor with
Mystic Lodge, K. of P.
Hnwaii Lodge, No. 21, F. .,n,i
A. M. Members and tho Frator
nity will moot nt tho Masonic
Templo nt 2 o'clock sharp tomor
row. Funoral 3 o'clock p.m.
Notwithstanding his temporary
omploymont as reporter for the
Advortisor, Mr. Stacker has got
out an ontortnining numbor of
Tho Time today. Tho printers
havo mndo a mess of proof cor
rections, but tho sonso of the
mangled matter can bo oasily
guossed. Tho rhymesters who
contribute regularly aro at their
beat this timo.
A. Barnes ndvortisos for n lost
nlphabetically nrriinguil collection
For tho correct mode of nddrcss
ing tho ('resident nnd Cnbinot
oflicors road the "By Authority"
Van Doom tv O., nixt to T.iicus'
Planing Mill, advertise fresh
mnchinu made poi from tho Kuli
hi iot fictory daily.
Thoio was an incipient hi zo in
an old Chinrso shanty o School
strn!', near Liliha, this afternoon,
but it was put out without calling
on tin- Firo Depaitainnt.
E. 0. Hall it Son havo, besides
tho nowcomer, ' Steams," tho old
reliables, "Columbia" and "Uuin
blor," in the bicycle lino. Any
body wanting a wheol ought to
road what they siy.
Chaa. Brcster, an employe of
tho Wilder Stonmship Company,
is under arrest for forging the
initials of tho compnny nnd tho
wouls ' per Brash" to an Hawai
ian money order for $08.50.
Pacific Lodge, U. D. A.. F. and
A. M., nnd Lodge do Progres
do rOceanic, No. 12-1, A. F. and
A. M. aro fraternally invited to
attend tho funeral of Sainuol
T.ntiinn... ..1 11 "T . . T1 I
.ljuuioiuu 111 tno jtiabouio lOUlple.
F. M. Hatch, Minister of For
eign All'.iirs, is g ling to exchange
his position n the Cabinet for tho
post of Hnwalian Ministor at
"Washington. Judgo Cooper is
mentioned as Mr. Hatch's succes
sor in tho Cabinet.
Thero will be a grand opening
of the now "Louvro" on Nuunnu
street, commencing at 7:110 this
evening. A band will bo in nt
tondanco and tho colebruted Seat
tlo beor will be on draught. Tho
now proprietor iuvito their old
friends to call and seo them.
A. P. Rynn's trial for tho lar
ceny of a mosquito not and nlhoi
articles from tho room which he
rented from Mr. Liming, was
linisnea yoMeruny aiteruoon. lie
was found guilty nnd sontonced
to sovon mouths imprisonment ut
Mniil of Hawaii, cro wo p.iit
Oivo mo linuk, mi 1 not my liemt,
Hut Hint shiuiug ilinuioml ring.
isriui'U't, 1'iinirop, iterytlilni;
That I bought anil j-nvc to yon,
When oar HUiimior loo wns now
(Itui them Imok, mill I will Hit,
Villi! nnotlivr wliom thry'll lit,
Wliilo in liiDwn .V Kubey's htoro
You can bay a few dozen more. "
Thursday, Friday nnd Satur
day of this week tho Temple of
Fashion will soli Gouts' Shoos
reduced to tho following prices:
Tho sftf.oO shoo at $1.50, tho .fl.50
at $3 50, tho $3 CO at .$2.50, tho
i2 50 at SI. 75, and a fiuo working
shoo has bjuu reduced to Si. 00
i ..-.;. 1I,M "
!OTTINGHAM and ANTIC
i f r-
iU. h"M, J .Sj
mcj.j. - .
removes wrinklcn niiil nil IrnceH of ngi I
leudfl through tho ikmvs nml builils up tin
fntty lucuibraiii'N ami wutoil Umium,
nourishes tho ithrivolleil anil Hhraukoii
skin, tout's and invigorates tho nerves nn.l
mtihcles, enriches tho impoverished lilooil
vessels, unil supplies youth nml elnsticity to
tho nction of ttio skin. It's perfect.
Ynlo'H Skin rooil,prico Sl.fiO nutl ?:i,
nt nil ilriiu stores. MME. M. YALU,
Ucnltiiiiuil llenuty Specialist, 110 ftnto St.,
C'hicagD. Ileauty Guide, mnilod flic.
HOlUtON DltUG CO.,
Horse for Sale.
ron xoN-iAYjinNT of
board, wo will hell on TU1SDAY,
Oitoler 2!lth, 18!l."i, nt l'ublio Auction, nt
tho Auction rooms of Jnmes I'. Morgan, m
llonoliilu, ono Hay Jtitro. CLUU STAIS1.U
Honolulu, Scpteuiber27, ISO.". ll.'I-tm
kjc y m
Can ho bought very rononablo nt
Havo you seon the piotty
and llnby FLAN-
-: N. S. Sachs'?
The ADELINE BLACK STOCKING loads
nsk for thorn ut
thorn nil. Don't fail to
A full line of SERGES at way down prices, can be fouud at
'.' Sachs' Store, v
Tho T. .t G. COltSETS nro extrt long Waisted and host COU3ET in
tho Market for tho prico. For salo by
N. S. BAOHS
Honolulu, H. I.
520 Fort Stroot.
A SMALL COTTAP.B OF TWO ltOOMS,
Until. i"c , coutmllv situntod. saitnblo
for two gcutli men. Ai
Evening Educational Classes
hen it Comes
To Disinfectants wo ptill have
plenty, our stock lias not
been exhausted, and
arrivals nro on liniul.
Subjects tmmlil by llrft cln ti'Pi'lii r.
llookl.icplni:, Tjjiewrillni;. SlicutbuuU, Me
iliniilcid Driiwlujl', SHiirim-. ISnulliu. pvlllu,
Writing, Arithmetic nml (iiuininnr
y Kor linns, i tr., npplj nt
rhi',' up tile) hone W.
Y. M. O. A..
D. W. Corbett. ULBlUSy, Wm 8 M K& UU.
;t (iiiH'inl Sfintnry.
i . j b w i iun iii .nmwMiin tr
A lnrt;e flock, enough for everybody.
Place order early to Irwin- lurcest birds.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Home Seeker .
Dili' limn li'intl ni' luml l..... : 7. .. .. ?
plat terl and is now on, the market.' These
build i ii sites aro located opposite Turn
hou College, facing pn Maaci and Puiu
lion. streets and, II i.dev .ilvnimn nv, ,.,,,
every advantage j or these lots; they are on
the car line, lieu have eity wafer, then
have line shade trees; the Jin est residence
portion oft he cit a is located around J'uia
,cuu, wvmxv, uhio mo inu.miiiccnt mew can
never he sliul out bij other buildings; the
elevation is high aid, entirelii suituTdc for
residence purposes. The lot sure 75 ft- front
ana Iii; 1l.deen.anil thetovmnnnnhn h,i
f- f -.. . vv, . wivris s (Mill
aa IrWWrtOOOttO trtw- o mm9iwnmm
BBUCE WAKING & Co.
i 12 Reasons Why
(l. Crescents ore leaders
2. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong and durable
Crescents are perfect in every detail
Crescents are light and easy running
Crescent riders are proud of their
Crescent buyers get their money's
Crescents are built by skilled work
men Crescents arc made by a responsible
Crescents are high-grade and up-to-date
Crescents are handsome ii desicn
12. Crescent prices arc right and suit the
Illustrated C.ifnJoriiir rREE on .l'jiJr.ioii.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
fl. Hackfeld & Go
Houotubi, II. 1