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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 13, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
W. II. Cormvoll is in Iho city.
Ilcnr Roinig tonight ou "Tho
Baud concort ntEmum Bnuaro
No dnto 1ms boon settled yet for
tho next minstrol performance.
A. "W. Hobson, assigneo o Ha
innmurn, hus n notico olsowhoro.
Dont forget tho fresh Enterprise
boor at tho Merchants Exchange
Sorgeant Elvin mado a -19 cm
Friday aftoruoon in a practico
J. "V. Borgstrom, tho piano and
organ man, is homo from a tour
All of tho boat crows of tho dif
ferent clubs woro out yesterday
llov. L. Byrdo and Brother Ber
tram wore among tho Clnudine's
Captain John Loo is going to
Bet command of tho bark 0. D.
Tho Temperature Record for
1895 is for sale at tho Bulletin
Rudolph Sprockols and wife
and Miss JolilJfo returned on tho
Frosh frozen oystors ox tho
. Australia are to bo had, served in
any stylo, at tho Boavor lunch
0. A. Brown has been appointed
a mombor of tho Board of Health
in pluco of tho lato John T.
The MerchautsExchango has re
ceived a big consignment of Bock
Beer by the Australia and prime
oystors for cocktails.
"Wo Frukawa, father of Geo. K.
Frukawa of tho Yokohama Specio
Bank, died in Tokio, Japan, on
March 23d, of pneumonia.
The Olaudiuo brought 28 cabin
and d3 steorago passengers, and
nearly 7000 bags of sugar besides
tho usual miscellaneous freight.
At tho Emma Square concort to
night tho popular "Reminiscences
of the Midwinter Fair," contain
ing Ohinoso and Turkish solos,
will bo played agnin.
Tickets for all points in tho
United States can bo had for tho
etcamer Australia, to sail on
Thursday next, at tho office of "W.
G. Irwin it Co., agonts.
Thoro Mill probably bo auothor
minstrel entertainment in about a
month for tho beuofit of the min
strels themselves. Thoro will bo
an ontiro change of program.
According to tho report of tho
Attorney-General, just published,
there aro 915 mon in tho Citizens'
Guard, disposod as follows: Oa
hu (505, Hawaii 100, Maui 90,
Tho reports of tho president of
the Board of Health and Attor
ney General, which should bo
printed before tho Legislature
meets, have only just boon com
pleted nnd distributed.
'J hero is abundanco of work at
tho Honolulu Iron Works, and
all departments aro busy. Two
extra moulders came down on the
Alameda, aud started to work in
tho moulding shop today.
Tho next NatioualW. O. T. U.
convention, which was to have
Jboon held in San Francisco, will
go olsowhore, as Bati'factory rates
cannot be obtained from tho rail
A fow loads of loose rook aro
boing deposited on tho Waikiki
ond of tho now bench road and
loft in heaps without any lights
at night, which comprises tho ex
tent of tho socallod improvement
on that boulevard.
Tho sticky clayey soil of Piikoi
street is being Hcrapod from tho
edges and thrown up in a ridge
in the middlo, consequently after
n good rain a sea of mud will bo
dovoloped, to the groat disgust of
residents on that thoroughfare.
Tho contract for tho steol girders
and beams for the now building
now being erected by Glaus
Sprookols tor Tho Call has boon
lot to tho Pacific Rolling Mills of
San Francisco. Two thousand
two hundred tons of stool work in
nil will bo requirod in tho big
nineteen story Btructuro.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Make lhltcr llread and Pitslnj than
Any Other Known lirand.
Auk Yuur Gruttr For U.
Sovon drunks woro finod this
Mrs. Bruce Cartwright returned
by today's steamer.
Lewis & Co. lfavo nico fresh ar
ticles on ice by tho Australia.
Dr. F. L. Alvarez of the bacter
iological station is among tho
Rep. Rycroft loaves for Hawaii
tomorrow, to bo gono eight or ton
days on necessary trouble
Two Ohinoso sports woro fined
S10 nnd costs each for gambling by
Judge do la Vorgno this morning.
Louis Adlor was arrested for
assault and battery this morning
on complaint of a nntivo woman.
Seoly Shaw will receive his
usual consignment of Entorpriso
Beer at tho Merchants Exchange
Tho Sonato Judiciary Commit
tee hold a long session this morn
ing at which Minister Damon Was
An extra guard of nrmod polico
has boon sont to tho quarantine
station to prevent any possible
Rov. Dr.E.R. Dillo, the load
ing Methodist divino of San
Francisco, is one of tho arrivals
on today's steamer.
Returning passengers on tho
Australia aro Mrs. O. C Swain,
Mrs. "V. O. Woedon . and child,
Dr. A. O. Wall, S. W. Wilcox,
Albert Lucas and William Water
houso. Mrs. Howland died at her homo
in Union street this afternoon.
Sho was somewhat ovor 50 years
of ago, and diod of general debili
ty. Tho funoral will bo at 2
Charles Webb Howard, tho
well-known San Francisco capi
talist, who is tho prosidont and
moving spirit of tho Spring Val
ley Waterworks Company, arriv
ed on tho Australia.
Captain Ernest Ronken has
gono to Waiuuao after half a dozen
horses ho hns recently purchased.
Tho captain is a good judge -of
horseflesh and does considerable
trading in that commodity.
The Call of April 3d contains n
good picturo of Thomas Lindsay,
together with a column descrip
tion of his connection with tho
Ancient Order of Forostors on tho
Pacific Coast and in Hawaii.
Yamaguchi, a Japanese, was
found guilty by Judgo do la
Vorgno of soliciting for a house of
prostitution and sent up lor ten
1 days. His couiibel, Gcorgo A.
Davis, has appealed tho oaso to
tho higher Court.
Placo your money in the com
ing boat race on tho crow that
boards with Krouse. Tho Arling
ton chof, with tho assistance of
Dr. Rodgors, is feeding tho boys
on musclo making, wind sustain
ing food specially prepared for
Wm. I. Kline, publisher of tho
Amsipruam, ss. x., uaiiy juorao
crat, is printing long articles on
Hawaii in his papor, tho material
of which ho gathered on his re
cent visit to tho islands. They
aro very interesting and contain a
groat deal of accurato informa
tion about tho country.
There is bodk beer at tho Pan
theon, whore Jim Dodd's alert as
sistants will aorvo it quickly off
tho ice. No mistake about this
boing tho real old Entorpriso bock
boor, than which thoro is no raoro
agreeable palate tickler. Pantheon
fthond of nil rivnln wlinn if nnmnn
to boing up to tho timos.
FRESH RED CABBAGE,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS & CO.,
Highest of nil in Loavouing Power.LateBt U.S. Gov't Roport.
I X& SS Powder
Jtlurrlnuo of Mr. Otbntirno nml illls-
Itiirlinm nt .lluniitntti Vi.
On account of Mrs. Robort
Louis Stevenson's borcavomont,
only intimato frionds of tho fami
ly wero invited to nttond tho nup
tials of her sou, Mr. Lloyd Os
bourno, aud Miss Katharine Dur
ham, who arrived by tho Alamoda.
Tho wedding took at place Moun
tain Viow nnd was a good opening
of tho beautiful cottago on tho hill.
Tho rooms woro decorated beauti
fully with floral offerings, but the
Bweetest flower thoro was tho
bride, who dispito hor long
journey looked a verita
ble Hebe. Sho was n typical
brido with cheeks liko roses,
iand her modest white bridal dress
trimmed with clustors of real
ornngo blossoms. Mrs. Stovouson
was beaming with joy, but in hor
sad eyes one read her regrets
that he was not there to welcome
the now ilower to tho Snmoan
Among tho guests woro Mr. Al
len Herbert, who gave away tho
brido, Mrs. Paul Neumann, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Eflingor, Mr. Catton, Mrs.
Bush, Mr. H. Poor, Dr. and Mrs.
Russol, Dr. J. J. Armstrong, Rov.
A. and Mrs. Mackintosh, Dr. and
Mrs. McLonnan and Miss Nollio
McLennan. Mr. Gilbert's family
through illness woro unablo to at
tond. Mrs. Strong as hostess mado all
welcome and was in hor element.
Rev. A. Mackintosh performed the
marriage ceremony in a very im
pressive manner. Tho Bulletin
would extend its heartiest congra-
! tulntipM to the young couplo, hop-
ipg tnoy may ovor nave nu aloha
m their hearts for Honolulu, as
tho beginning of tho happiost days
of their lives.
to savi: UISrANCK.
Editor Bulletin: Ithasbeon
suggested that to obvinto tho ob
jections of some of tho boat clubs,
to rowing over a Bheot of water
of any length, a series of in
dicators bo placed nt ono of tho
wharves, something on theplau of
tho nickel in tho slot devices. Each
boat to bo firmly fixed with its
nose against the indicator. Tho
crows cau then pull for say half
an hour and tho crow showing tho
greatest indicated pressuro to take
ANYTHINQ-TOWAltD - AYOIDNO-A-RAOE.
Bo on to yourself and ask for
Soattlo boor on draft and in bottles
at the Criterion Snloon.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE liOA'OLULU
FOlt THE ABOVE POUT ON
Thursday, April lGth,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r.M.
Tha undonilgned nra now prepared to
issue Through Tiokets from thin City ttf" all
points in tho Unitod States.
EETFor futtlier pnrtioulnra ream-ding
rroipht or lxisngo, npply to
Wm. G.IItWINctCo., Id,
277-It General Agguta.
7 Is going to caiiBOflorious trou
ble You can not afford to
lot a cough linger. Perhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no relief. You bo
gin to ivondor if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of tho
most suro and certain remo
dies for coughs and colds.. Tho
first doso will afford roliof.
It will cortainly euro your
cough if it's possible to euro
it. This remedy is pleasant
nnd safe to take. Children
tako it readily. Got a bottlo
HOBp Dl CO.,
Who? Why, that feed
man down on "Fort street
jiist below Queen street.
His name is
Ho is now on tho Coast
buying a fresh stock of
Feed that will arrive for
tho new firm on tho
Warrimoo, April 7-
Call nnd get acquainted
with him and at the same
time place your orders
for best quality of Hay
and Feed in the market.
51 Fort Street.
Brown & Kubey
. . "Watches,
Jewelry, . .
Aud all kinds of
Lots For Sale!
i. r. .-
LOT AND HOUSE AT KAPAL'AIIA,
ritful uu tliu Tiutiiutyj Lino. IlonU.il ut
310,00 pci mouth. lllouBO-Lota ut tho
10 Lots at Kam&nnwni, on the uaukn
comer oi tlin extension of Kukui Htreet and
proposeil ltlver struct. Tho Lots nro lovel
nil it ta ouo of tho bent house sites in tho
city. Thore is a good road loading now
from Beretaiiin street to tlicso Lots. Prices
nro reasonnblo. Titles perfeot.
For farther particulars, npply to
w. o. aoiii.
Honolulu, Apiil 10, IS'JG. 'JTU-Jm
THE B. & G. CORSETS
E3P TAKE TUB LEAD iB
The R. & G. Summer Corset !
The R. & G. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on Imnd.
The 1?. N, Short Corset! -
Tho Only Comfortnhlo Hiding Corset.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset "Waists !
Try thorn, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists I
Perfect fit for nil ngea lpst for health and comfort; tnpo fastened
buttonB that will not pull oil; cord oilgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to Bouuro hoso supporters.
fi5F A full lino cau bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Prizes ! Prizes ! Prizes !
WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASE
You are Entitled (without extra charge) to
Any Straw Hat in My Store !
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
(&, N. B. Our Now Stock of Dry Goods is ready for
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a singlo big silver dollar for tho privilege of guossing how
IBlgr -:- Oxxcllo
Will burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call and oxamino tho Piano. Every lover of musio
will recognize tho superior qualities of tho "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchaser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. AVo havo adopted this moans of more lnrgoly advertising the
igh merits of tho Fischer Piano.
Tho contest will tnko place on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held undor tho personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
1 oo COUPON $22
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Height of Candle 4 Foot. Contost Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
VllllMMl lit 8330.
HT Tlio nearest
correct ciicbs will
take tho rlano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU, H. I.
iV. li. In case ifa ttCjiMM, the Viano Kill
Telephone 53. ..a
King Street, ticur Oahu Hallway & Laud Co.'h Depot.
Lumber Ifecha&ts, Contractors and Builders. v vVl
Doors, Sash., Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Fill III till (Jcapon aud present tamo to us per
sonally or bv mall, accompanied by one dollar, and In
return worIvu jou tliu cbolco of one dollar's worth of
Koodj Irom our large and varied stock, and at the
same time wo will record jour guess ns follows:
How Long Will It Burn ?
Days Hour..., Minutes
U ammlnl to tif rxiifu icfuue hum .m.
BST P. O. Box 222.
$ Building Go., '
Builders' Hardware, 3tc., Etc.
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