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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 1, 1890. 7. S
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tomorrow night.
Battalion drill this evening. '
This is May Day in tho old
Go and see tho Armless Won
der at 420 Nuuanu Btreot.
Kamchamgha concort takes placo
tomorrow night without fail.
Ewa stock is quoted at S1G0,
but S1G5 is askod. Kahuku is
92J. . .,,
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra in
dulged in the usual practice last
Tho circus will probably uso
tho lot opposite tho railroad do
pot in future.
Purser 13. B. Bondall of tho
Monowni has our thanks for Co
lonial and Samoa papers.
Fred Bickorton returned to tho
Islnuds from Sonttlo in tho bark
ontino Klikitat this morning.
Ilawniian Lodgo No. 21, F. and
A. M. will hold a special mooting
this evening for work in tho third
Captain Murray gives notico
for his company to assemble at
the drill shod tonight at 7 o'clock
for battalion drill.
Next to a singing bird thoro is
no littlo thing in animate nature
so companionable to human beings
as a growing plant.
Jack Lucas has boon vaccinated.
Don't touch his soro arm, which
happons to bo tho loft one, al
though ho winks tho other oyo.
Lieut. Jeffries of tho Salvation
Army is about again after a tiro
somo illness of sovon weeks dura
tion. Tho young lady was a suf
ferer from fever.
An oxtra edition of yesterday's
Bulletin waB printed in order to
supply tho demand for tho Mo
nowai's mail. Send a copy of it
to your friends abroad.
The oflico of Medical Director
of tho Board of Health, created
after tho cholera scare and hereto
fore hold by Dr. J. T. Waysou,
has boon discontinued.
Tho fire department was paid
off yesterday morning and the
soldiers received ' their Btipoud
during tho afternoon, and nil aro
feeling correspondingly happy.
Representative Rycroft has
boon slightly ill for a few days
and consequently unablo to attend
tho House. Ho was in his chair
bright and early this morning,
Professor A. B. Lyons, former
ly of tho Oahu College faculty,
has accepted tho position of Cus
tom Houso gaugor, made vacant
by tho promotion of Georgo
A roll of memorandum papers
has been lost. Finder will bo
suitably rewarded upon their re
turn id 'the Bulletin office, GOD
King street. Tho papers are of a
President Dolo has signed tho
bill appropriating money for sala
ries andipayrolls until December
31,1897. Offico-holdors will bo
sure of, their money whether any
body dl'so gots paid or not.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, can
furnish best factory roforencos.
Orders loft at Hawaiian Nows Co.
and tho Wall, Nichols Co. will
receive" prompt attontion. Tele
phono Nos: 234, 190 and 442.
0. S. Bradford has resigned his
position with tho Gazotto Com
pany in ordor to embark in busi
ness for himself. Mr. Bradford
proposes taking a much needed
rest, first going to tho volcauo be
foro starting in business again.
Tho Fashion Stables Company
elected tho following officers at
tho annual mooting hold yostor
day: J. J. Sullivan, prosidout;
D. P. R. Isonborg, vice-president;
J. Buckley, treasurer; J. A. Has
singor, secretary and F. W. Mac
Many people aro attendiug tho
daily exhibitions givon by littlo
Marian Moreirea, tho girl bom
without arms. To seo hor pick up
a spool of thread, break olf a
pioco, thread a needle with it and
sow a seam, entirely with her toes
is woll worth" a quarter. Besides
this sho performs many feats just
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Yuur Grocer For It,
the KianKROAimn PioMo. Highost of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report. Now Advertisements. -m
, ' -i ' hem.
A J.nrge Number or intormtodsiioctx- MVfe A SB
tori lrocnt Tlil Morning. HTHk flk. A Hi HJp jflbt Mr w tHife bA TThIbP BB O Hi IJIllllt t Tf? 'B
Tho grounds of Queon Emma
hall woro tho scene of a lively
and uniquo colebration this
morning. Beforo 10 o'clock
tho yurd was iillrtd with oagor
happy children in holiday attire
of fivo different nationalities, aud
tho streets neari woro thronged
with a crowd of intoreniod specta
tors, tho verandas and bonches of
tho hall being filled with tho hap
py mothers and friends of tho
It had been decided by tho Froo
Kindergarten directors to make
tho 1st of May their annual festi
val. First it will bo called a
commomorativo Frobol Day (as
his birthday is tho 21st of April)
and then it takes the placo oE auy
public oxorcises lator in tho hot
crowded season oE annivorsarios.
Soon after 10 o'clock, tho exer
cises bogan. First camo tho pro
cession Jioaded by a large Hawai
ian flag and the littlo tots of that
school followed. Then tho Jap
auoBO banner with its whito field
and red round ball camo on and
brought in view the cunning littlo
Japanese in thoir flowing kimonas
and shaved heads. Then two
littlo follows struggled under a
Portuguese baunor, blue and
whito, with its castlo liko contro
and tho bright - faced sturdy
boys and girls showed well.
Aftor tho Portuguoso school
camo tho gay yellow bannor
with its dragon centre, followed
by the gay costumes of tho littlo
Celestials. Last tho banner of the
United States, followed by its
school of twonty-oight fair faces,
brought up the rear, and all these
schools wore guided by thoir
faithful toachors and holpors.
Aftor oucircling tho largo contro
grass plot all halted and to tho
music of a small organ placed in
tho contro of tho plot and played
by a Hawaiian Kindorgartuor tho
combined school wont through
some of thoir over-charming songs
and gamos. "Tho Morning Pray
er," "Tho Mynas' Nest in tho
Mango Tree." otc. All nationali
ties mingled in tho romping part
of tho games. They all stoined
so intenBoly in earnest iii
doing tho uction part and
bo purely childlike in their
romps. Thoro were 120 children
in all. After each gamo tho child
ronof each nationality Bought thoir
own school and their graco and
politeness was beautifnfto notico
especially in tho Portuguoso
"Oh bo true to our beautiful
Hawaii noi" was a delightful song
of union words composod by
Miss Mary Alexander, the head of
tho Foreign Kindergarten.
All of a sudden tho Hawaiian
band struck up a lively strain and
it was amusing to seo tho charm of
music in ovory nationality,
every down-cast face brightoued
and thoy marched and counter
marched to tho music with zest.
Then camo tho concluding address.
President Dolo commenced his ad
dress with our national word, alo
ha, told them a delightful littlo
story slightly allegorical, all about
a Sun Flower Seed, givon as o
gift. Mr. F. W. Damon at tho
close of tho speech proposed throo
cheers for the kind ladies which
was given with a will. Then the
children were all soatod on tho
outside of tho circle and served
with refreshments of cake and
Seo my fino lino of sweaters for
S1.00. Just tho thing for athletes,
light weight and just suited to tho
country. Iwakami, Hotel St.
Attention, Company H.
Ansiony Company n., N. G. II.,
Honolulu, April 30, 18!)0.
HALL MEMBERS OF COMPANY
II,, N. O. II., nro hcroby ordurud
to ussemblo nt tho Drill Shed THIS
(Friday) EVENING1, May 1st,
1S90, nt 7 o'clock, for llattuliou
Drill, White trousers and longings.
T. II. MUKItAY,
293 It Contain Comranuiling.
Eleotion of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Fashion Stubles Company hold iu this city
the 30th day of April, 1800, tho following
oQlcorH woro olectod to sorvo for tho ensu
Mr. J. J. Sullivan. , . . . .President
Mr. J, Buckley Treasurer
Mr. J. A. Hassiuger Secretary
Mr. J?. V. Macfarlnuo Auditor
Tho abovo ofllcers also coustltuto thu Board
V. W. MAOFARLANE,
203-31 Secretory pro tern.
WW01I poiuiis i nc if. u. bun d i & f
H kf " Po)tfSdl ! TAKE THE LEAD -) :jf
simply used (as bait, won't bring
pormanont business. AVo waut
permanent business. Wo aro get
mg it too. Tho regular ovory
day dealings, whero wo savo our
patrons money on ovory purchase,
is telling in our favor.
It inn t our policy to advertise
prices and after a while put them
back whero thoy were originally.
When wo cut prices, wo novor put
tho prico back. Our business
mothods aro fair, square and abovo
board. AVo do just as wo say wo
will. Wo live up to everything
Barry's Tricoptatis 25c, old price
Fig Syrap 35,, oil price 50c,
Camelline 25c, old price 50c
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 75c-, old
These aro a fow of tho liberal
prices wo accord our friends. Wo
have not enough room to enumer
ate them all horo. You will get
HOBp DI (30,
The threatened enso of small
pox nt Quarantine Island was
enough to stir people up to the
point where tho necessity for
proper sanitary arrangement
and disinfectants is realized.
Death finds a convenient
lurking place in the sinks and
closets around tho house. Old
fashioned closets are continual
ly out of order and Electrozone
is tho most reliable disinfect
ant known and has the quick
est effect. Wo sell it in quart
bottles with full directions for
Tho best way to get at
troubles caused by non-sanitary
plumbing is to procure a
water closet of a make known
to be good. Tho J. L. Mott
Co. are makers of the best in
tho world and we carry a full
stock. Wo have olegant enam
el lined bath rubs, with flat or
roll tops, from 50 to $75.
Kitchen sinks, stationary wash
stands and water closets.
If you aro thinking of build
ing lot us have a chance to
figure on theso articles.
Von Holt Building.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against W. II. McLnan are hereby request
ed to present nimio within ouo wcok from
dato to tho nudcrsigned, at tho In tor-Island
Stoam Navigation Company's office, on
Queen street. , JAMES L. McLEAN.
Honolulu, April 27, 1893. 2S9-lw
ALL OUTSTANDING BILLS AGAINST
tho Sonatu must be presented by 10 a.m.,
MONDAY, May 4, 1800.
J. F. CLAY,
2G7-3t Clerk Seuato.
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, Twenty-Two Pounds,
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you're ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling hasbeonon tho
market fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed free to
any address, and you will
"BV1LT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: S10.00 down, balanco
S2.50 a wook or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
The Armless Wonder,
Born Without Arms.
This LHtlo Portuguoso Lady EATS,
WHITES, SEWS, and performs many
other fcuta entirely with hor toes.
Exhibitions daily, commencing on TUES
DAY AFTERNOON, April 28th. Open
from 10 to 12 a: m., 2 to 5 p. m., and 7 to
0 p. ni.
420 Nutinnu Street, nbovo Hotel.
Admission, 25c. Children, 10c.
THE NEW. ., .
Tho Misses Kico will open their now
nrt Btoro for tho kuIu of this beautiful and
novel decorative wurc
Tomorrow, May 1st,
013 Fort street (GerL . - -d store). 2!)2-:it
To Let or Lease.
THE TIES1DENCE OF MItS. A, LONG,
ouo inilo from postofllce. Largo houso with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stubles, horse paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFltEI) MAGOON.
tf Morohaut at., uext I'ostofflcoi
o G' II ft $k
The R, & G, Summer Corset !
The R. & Gr. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
Tlie 3?. 1ST, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Riding Corset.
ITerris' Grood Sense Corset Waists I
Try thom, you will liko them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Porfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull oil; cord edge button holes will not wei
out; ring bucklo on hip to securo hose supporters.
3" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Iorfc Street.
Ladies', Gontlemen's and Children's
"WITH EVERY $3.00 PUHOHASED.
B" Wo want money and in ordor to got it offer tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS ever brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring aud Snramor Goods in endless va
riety. Desirablo stylos in oxolusivo patterns.
Como in and look at our stock. . . . "a
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TO THE AGEIOTJLTITRAI, DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
AamcuLTURAL College, Miss., Jan. 29, 189G.
Dn. O. W. Dabney, Washington, D. 0.
Deah Sin: Yours of recont dato in regard totho"Secretary" plow has
boon on my desk some days, but I dolayed sending a roply in order
thnt I might send somo photos which go with this.
Deoro A; Company Bent ono of tho plows, tho first ono which was com
pleted, to this station, and wo gavo it a very thorough test in Decem
ber lust. The ground on whioh it was- used was a field which had
novor boon plowod moro than six inohes deop, and whioh had boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throo good mules wo woro ablo to
plow ten inchos deop without making the work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly a part of the ground was plowod to a depth of
fourtoon inohes. Tho plow eortaiuly does bolter work thnu I havo
over seon done with any other imploment. S. M. Tiiacv, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
I havo novor seen ground loft in as good condition aftor the plowing,
tho furrows being thrown so as to pulvoriao tho soil moro thoroughly
than can bo done by an ordinary plow, and all trash and woeds woro
oomplotoly tumod undor.
3T On oshibition at tho Office of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Telephone 53. " p- - Box 222-
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Hallway & Loud Co.'s Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, IPaints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . . . .
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let ClflBS !M Class
Pearl City 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 150 125
519 FORT STREET.
Tho HawaiianNews CoUd
Morohnnt Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
ErjT Carry tho Largest Assortment in
tliutio linen of any lionua on tho Islands. Ko
Just llcceircd a consignment of
Vosc & Sons, Schiller & Smith ana Barnes
E3T Special attontion called to tho last
namod to thoso who vrant a pood Piano at
n moderato lirico. Wo bell Piatios on the
installment plan, v
AVo ?liutiirncuro Iliihtter Stumri.
5 Maud orders solicited. Givo us a
trial mid wc gcarantee satisfaction.