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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 24, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Highost of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
Company D drills this ovoning.
Sheriff Hitchcock hns gone
Rev. Dr. Dillo 1ms gono to tho
Odd Follows' picnic nt Sans
Senator Ilornor loft on tho Ki
nau this morning.
Thoro was a big attendatico at tho
Thomas square baud coucort last
For threo days running the
Sonato has been in session oxactly
Commissioner Ilawes paid a
friendly visit to tho Foreign Ollico
Tho Hawaii will probably cotno
in tomorrow from Hilo bringing
later volcano nows.
Somo interesting lotters on tho
taxation problem f rom Kauai cor
respondents appear in another
Dr. 0. 13. Cooper, Mrs. Freeman
and Kaaimalani were passcngors
arriving on tho Likehko this
Frank S. Dodgo of tho Survey
Department and 1). H. Hitchcock
loft for tho now Volcano by to-
A notice appoars in another
column concerning tho chango of
narao in tho partnership of Quong
"Wall ou Chong Kee.
A notico to tho officers and
members of tho various Odd Fel
lows' lodges cf this city and othors
appears in this issue.
A. V. Gear adds an ologant
building lot on Prospect street
and a houso and lot on Young
strcot; to Uio list of properties for
sale in his column.
A largo numbor of citizens call
ed ou President Dole yestorday
and tondonHl thoir congratula
tions on his birthday. Tho Ha
waiian band played on the lawn
during the aftornoon.
Daniel Logan, editor of tho
Evening Bulletin, loft on tho
Kinau this morning to visit tho
f Yolcauo in tho interests of tho
.J papor. It is tho first time in six
years that Mr. Logan has boon out
of editorial harness.
Ouc of tho interesting features
of tho Kamohamoha concert noxt
Tuesday will be a song entitled
"Old King ColOj" in which thore
will bo vocal imitations of nu
merous instruments, including
bagpipe, violin und horn.
W. S. Luco will sell at auction
on Monday, April 27th at 10 a. ra.
at the residenco of G. T. McLean
od Vineyard street, the entire
household goods consisting, of
Steinway piano, parlor furniture,
bedroom sots, kitchen furniture,
Postmaster General Oat gives
' notico that all foreign mails dur
ing tho month of May will close
two hours boforo tho departuro of
the steamers. This is necessary
to comply with Postal Union reg
ulations concerning tho weighing,
counting, and tabulating of mail
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Knoion Brand.
Ash Your Grocer For II.
DlNtrlct Court Item.
Threo Japanese pleaded guilty to
a charge of drunkenness in Judgo
do la Vorgno's court this morning
and paid a fine of 2 and SI costs
each. Ah JCing, of Shanghai,
who carried around a oho fa tickot
and was caught in.tho act, admit
ted tho fact and handed over $25
and costs. Henry Kokaula, alias
Mnliliini, charged with larceny of
$5.50 from a Japanoso pleaded not
guilty; caso was continuod to
April 27th. This is Honry's
second offonso. Cusos of eovon
Ohiuoso, violation of Section 5,
Aot 21, P. G. laws. .T. Kuuna,
illicit distilliug, and Alami, assault
with deadly wuupon'continuod.It is
alleged that N. J. Brosliu com
mitted a larcony, and on tho 27th
iiiHt, tho Judgo will duuldo
whether ho did or not. Tho
lmlauuo of tho morning hohhIoii
of tint con it was lulcon up with (lie
aim of tho l'nrtumiiiHi) ohitrgml
With )'0lil, (MOHIIIU lll'HUIIIOIltH
wmti niudu byrmuli nulu and u iiio
Hon IoiIIhidimh IIiimiuhu vhh put
IT IN A III OUTIIUltST.
nintinn Inu'd Nitiiiuilt 1'lro i'rento n
Nows rolativo to tho volcano of
AT nlr nnwnritvnn no mnnivnA lit. H.n
Likehko this morning is meagre, i
Iho lino being down botweon
Hilo and tho Volcano Houso tele
phonic communication with Mr.
Leo wos impossible. Howovor an
immonso column of black smoko
was scon from Kawniahao and '
Mahukona, ascending from tho
groat summitcrater, whilo at night
a brilliant glaro was visible.
D.E.Davios, pursor of tho Like
like, says that there is n i doubt
that tho firo itself is visible,
that is, that tho flames aro stream
ing out of tho orator in a mass a
quarter of a railo in diamotor,
whilo tho volumo of smoko during
tho day ascends in a straight col
umn, hundreds of foot high. Tho
Likoliko lay at Paauhau, over
one hundred miles from Moku
aweoweo, and at that distance tho
fire at night was very brilliant in
On "Wednesday last tho steamer
sailed round to Kawaihao and
during Thursday the smoko and
Btoam blackened a good por'uo
tho sky. Tho outburst must bo
vory large, in fact, probably em
bracing tho wholo of tho great
Tho Singer received 54 first
awards for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at tho "Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., boing tho
largest numbor of awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and more than
doublo tho numbor given to all
other Sowing Machines. B. Ber
GEitHON, Agent. Bethel streot,
Notico is hereby given that the
firm of Quong Wnh On fc Co. will
hereafter do nusinoss undor Iho
firm name of Quong Wall on Chong
Koo, tho only chango being tho nd
mUsimi of a uuw piirtuer. Mr. Obin
Mon Gar, who will assumo tho
mxnugemont in about time weeks.
Tho individual memborsof tho firm
will be Chin Mon Gar, inunagor;
Ng GVng Ho Chock and
Loong Chong. 287-lw
AT INDEPENDENCE PABK,
Saturday Evening, April 25th.
Annis Montague Turner
March Doublo Eagle. ...Wognor
Chorus Tho Lord is My Shop
a Sing Us a Song Birdio
b Meadow Talk Fisher
c Tho Wasp Facer
d What tho Little Things Said
Semi-Chorus Twilight Bells. . . .
Solo The Flower Song. . . .Faust
Annis Montaguo (Mrs. Chas.
a Crystal Huntors Voazio
b Boat Upon tho Waters (Nea
Piano Duet Tnncredi. . .Rossini
Violet Lima and Lucy Loloo.
a Maikai Waipio..Liliuokalani
b Maui no ka Oi S. Kapu
Somi-Ohorus Peggy . . Noidlingor
Chorus Sleopors, Wako, a Voice
is Calling Moudolssohn
Somi-Chorus Wolcomo, Pretty
Hixtoon Girls. I
Motion Songs j
n Tho Littlo FiHhors .... Cooko
b Statue Song Schartan ,
ooio . Duiiiiunr !igm
A. G. Thomas
ClioniH Fairy Song . , , , . .Sudds
Piano Diiot Notlliuru Jloulo
1 1tittfo Avtm and Flnm Smith.
OlinriiM Cfooi.NIlil to tlio hy
i t i t t t i t t i i 1 1
1 1 II Willi J'oiuil.
llMr'wl DNffifiAit J
The purest and must period face
powdor that scieuco and skill can
produce. MuktSthoskiusoft and
boautiful, romoving all shiny ap
ponranco. It is invisible on closest inspec
tion. Absolutely harmless. It
will bo tho fnco powdor used by
ladies of refinement for tho next
TnKo no substitute Insist on
getting tho genuine. Bamona
Powdor, as no othor will prove
half as good.
HOBp DlflJfl (30,
PROGRAM OF THE
First Annual Regatta
.... OF TIIK ....
Hawaiian Rawing Assactattoa
.... to nr. iir.U) at ... .
Saturday, May 9, 1896,
Commencing at 2:30 o'clock p. m, sharp.
Free For All:
1 SINGLE SCULL RACE.
Course: 1 milo straightaway.
Entrance foo S5. Prize:
Trophy valued at S5.
2 SIX-OARED STATIONARY
Courso: 3 miles with turn.
Entrance fee 812. Cash prizo :
For Members of tho Asso
3-SIX - OARED SLIDING
For membora who havo noVCf
rowed in a race. Courso
miles with .turn. Entrauco
fee $10. Cash prizo $25
4 FOUR-OARED PRACTICE
SHELLS FOR JUNIORS.
Course: 1 miles straight
away. Entrance feo $10.
Prizo ; Trophy valued at 825.
SHELLS FOR SENIORS.
Course: 1 miles straight
away. Entrance feo $15.
Prizo: Cup, valued at $50, to
become tho property of the
Club winning tho samo threo
Entrios must bo made to tho
Secretary of tho Regatta Commit
too, Mr. W. O. Parke, ut 13 Kaa
humanu streot, on or boforo Thurs
day, May 7, 18'JG.
Each entry shall include tho
name of tho boat, (if it has ono),
Club colors, tho names of tho
crow and substitutes.
Substitutes shall bo allowed as
follows: For crows of G oars or
more, threo. For crows of less
than G oars, two.
For furthor information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. O. W. Mac
farlano, or tho Secretary.
0 W. MA'.TAULANE.
Olminiuui Jtegatla Commiltoo,
W, O. Pahki:,
Honolulu, April 17,181)0, "MMt
UMTAOK WITH I'OUU lUlUMlj
uiirtiiii nun ryvjt iM'ifJi.
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, Twenty-Two Poundw.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down whon you're ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" they aro
not substantial. Tho
Steuling has boon on tho
market five years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know raoro
about it, sond for our Art
Catalogue, mailed free to
any address, and you will
BVILT LIKE A WATCH5,
Terms: $10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 n week or a liboral discount
Watt, Nichols Co
TUESDAY, APElt 28, 1806
FREE TO THE PUBLIC.
After which nt 8 p. m. a ooucert by tho
AHHiHtedby UIHSIUOIIAIIDS, tho Hnwa
linn Oichcstru und Alumni Gleo Club,
.... IlENEHT OF ... .
Athletic ;n,il Alumni Assn.
SC" AmiiHMuJi CO CKST8 (Including
(aro to nnd duiii uruuuds.) 285-tit
, 77th JnniVdBi! j, I. 0, 0. F.
OKKIOKII8 ANi IKMI1KI13 OK KX0KI.-
i iin I.u.to No I. :!.. ..oi l.oilu'u So U, 1'aol-
ll(i,lttiltKuli l.mUu S' 1 wul Fmillllwt, Vllt-
liili llrullircii, vVi.lu.v iin.l Oriliiiu of tin.
I rrii.nl inumlM'i in Hid iicr uru cunllully In
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flltll III nilVMII 1" tMHIIM'l"" 'l .it'... I.
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ium mimir, Wwlklkl. HATIIIIDAV, Apr I .
iij7'U I'UlUl.imiU CDMMnTKK.
V'H t'M'AK IH OUOJ), Uf)Ni
if .. t. . . .it ..i limit lnU iktii
THE B. &
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The R. & 6, Summer Corset I
The R. & G. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino o Sizes now on hand.
The P N, Short Oorset!
Tho Only Comfortable Ruling Corset. .
iFerris' G-oocl Sense Corset Waists !
Try them, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Perfect fit for oil ages best for health and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull oil'; cord oilgo button holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to securo hoso supporters.
fiiST" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
, WITH EVERY $3.00
BST" Wo want money and in order to got it offer tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summer Goods in endless va
riety. Desirable stylos in oxclusivo patterns.
Come in and look at our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Telephone 53. ,3 8S- P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Hallway & Laud Co.'s Depot.
Lumber Uecchaats, Contractors and Builders.
IMPOIITEHS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
The threatened caso of small
pox at Quarantine Island was
enough to stir people up to tho
point whore tho necessity for
proper sanitaty arrangement
and disinfectants is realized.
Death finds a convenient
lurking place in tho sinks und
closets around tho house. Old
fashioned closets are continual
ly out of order and Electrozone
is the most reliable disinfect
ant known and has the quick
est effect. Wo soil it in quart
bottles with full directions for
Tho best way to get at
troubles caused by non-sani-tnry
plumbing is to procure n
wntor closofc of a make known
to bo good Tho J. L. Matt
Co. ar makers of tho best in
tho world and wo carry u full
stock. Wo havo elegant onatn
ol lined bath rubs, with Hut or
roll tops, from $f0 to .7f.
Kitchen sinks, stationary wash
stands unci wutor closuts,
If you aro thinking of build
ing lot us hivvo u chuiuio to
llguru on thuHo ttrtiuloH,
Vol) Hull IhilhJIiitf.
519 FORT STREET.
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
VxF C.rry tho Largest Assortment In
those lines of any hoimo on tho Inlands. No
Just Keceived n oonBigntuont of
Vose & Sons, Schiller & SmiM and Barnes
PXAJSTOS ! .
VST Special attontion called to tho last.
namod to thosa who want a good Piano at
n moderate price. Wo sell Pianos on tho
Wo Mnuufnctare Itubbrr fitnmpi.
JZ&. Island ordeni Bolieitcd. Giro ns
trial and wo gaaranteo Kntinfftdtion.
Take an Outing
Truing will lmv nt 9:15 A. m.
in. I 1:-IC i. M., nnivi, i Hono
lulu nt Jl:ll nnd 5:55 p, m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Ului i.M CUn
Pmirl City V5 CO
tiwii riantiitton... I 00 75
WniimiijO.... 1 50 1 !5
)?iiH M., M, I'git inl ,UUn,
QDUltimutur : ftiwl i HulUlur,
10 (llUttDHIi. Milui) nJ0'VIM
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