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local And general.
The bund plays atErama square
thiB afternoon at -1:30.
Tho May Torm o the Circuit
Court opens on Monday.
The Armless Wonder is prov
ing to bo quite an attraction.
Senators Rico and "Wilcox re
turned by the Mikahaln today.
Tho Hawaiian band will assist
at tho Kamohatncha concert to
night. The Australia is duo from San
Francisco on Monday with ton
days' later news.
J ' Deputy-marshal Hitchcock aud
Chester Doylo returned from
Kauai this morning.
The concert attlioKamehamoha
school comes off this evening
without fail, rain or shine.
Tho Pioneor33uilding and Loan
Association will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday.
Mr. It. 13. Andorson will lead
the Y. M. C. A. praise service to
morrow evening at G:30 o'clock.
Soo niy fino lino of sweaters for
S1.00. Just tho thing for athlotos,
light weight and just suited to tho
country. Iwakami, Hotel St.
Try that now brand of flour
called White Rose. $4.25 per
barrel at tho "Washington Feed
Co., Fort street, below Quoon.
Several of thoso who had on
gagod pasBago on tho Monowai
preferred to wait for tho Austra
lia, owing to tho crowded condi
tion of tho cabius.
The Bulletin's subscription
list is constantly on tho increase,
showing that its efforts to give tho
public all tho nows in readable
shape aro appreciated.
J. R. Farriugton, father of tho
editor of tho Aavortiser, returned
to his homo in Maiuo by tho Mo
nowai yesterday, after several
weeks' visit in Honolulu.
W. "W. Diniond has a change of
advertisement in this issue, in
which he calls attoutiou to a largo
consignment of goods received
from Jbnglanu by tho bark Doon.
Captain Pottor of tho Alden
33esso gave a very enjoyable littlo
breakfast to a fow friondB aboard
his ship this morning. Bruce
Cartwright, Mr. Ballantyne aud a
Bulletin representative wore
among tho number.
Ohas. Purdy, an employe of
Wilder & Co., got two of his fin
gers caught in a machine at tho
mill on Wilder's wharf and so
crushed that amputation was
found necessary. l)r. Wood per
formed tho operation.
Owing to Dr. Dillo's visit to tho
crater of Mokuaweoweo his
lecturo "A Visit to American
Shrines" will bo postponed to
Friday evening, May 8th. His
lecture on "Lovo, Courtship and
Marriage" will bo given on Thurs
day, May 7th.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Paslry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
Cnptalu l'ottcr'M Complaint.
Cait. Pottor, tho jolly master of
tho Alden Besso, Bays ho really
can't make up his mind as to
whether ho ought to commence
suit against tho Advertiser people
for roportingtho fact that thocro wd
ed condition of Brewer's wharf
caused a dolay in tho unloading of
his vessel, as a Police Court itom
or not. Ho says his ownors might
or might not tako umbrage at such
a peculiar statomont ana that, to
his knowledge, ho has been in no
wiso connected with any police
courts nor Ins ho discharged or
attempted to discharge cargo in
tho aforesaid court. Why tho
movements of his ship should bo
reported along with those of cho
fa gamblers and plain drunks, as
was done in yostorday morning's
papor, is beyond his comprehension.
Building end Loan Association
Tho Regulnr Monthly Meeting
will be hold at tho Chambor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, May -1, 189G, at 7:30
ISSrPrtyraonts aro required in
A A. V. GEAR,
liKUISt.ATlMti: Ih SESSION.
Continued from M Pane.
which tho bonds would run, what
do you consider would probably
bo tho highest additional rato of
interest that tho home bonds could
boar, above tho rato on bonds sold
Answer At no higher rate than
tho difforonco botweou tho rato of
tho foreign loan phis tho oxpenso
incidental to securing the same.
Question 5 - "What objection
would there bo, if any, to tho pas
sago of two soparato loan acts, ouo
for the issuanco of bonds to bo
sold abroad, and tho other for a
higher rato of interest for sale at
Answer Tho two markets boing
equal, tho result would prove that
investors would purchase at tho
Question G In caso the present
debt bo funded, would it not bo
unjust to tho homo holders of
bonds to deprive thorn of tho op
portunity of londing their monoy
at a lowor rato of interest if they
wished, by placing tho wholo loan
Answor It would bo unjust to
tho homo holders of bonds to de
prive thorn of tho opportunity of
lending their monoy at a lowor
rato of intorost if thoy wished to
Question 7 Would not such
a procedure work an injury to this
Answor Tho offoct of placing
tho loan abroad would naturally
compol investors to Becuro othor
invostmouts here, which would
tond to dovelop tho country.
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance.
Houso Bill No. 28, imposing a
ponalty on prizefighting, etc.,
Minister Smith submitted a bill
relating to tlio establishment of
Public Parks and Ploasuro
Grounds. Referred to Printing
Adjourned to 10 a. m. Monday.
in Tin: iiiftiu:it couiitn.
Lawyer I!uy lor tlio Term of tho
Circuit Court Next Week.
In tho caso of Rudolph Spreckels
vs. Tho Paauhau Plantation Com
pany, Judge Perry has granted on
order extending tho timo to an
swor until 48 hours after tho tem
porary injunction shall have been
In tho suit of L. K. Puahi to
recover ovor $2000 from Queen
Dowager Kapiolani, tho latter, by
her attorney "W. It. Castlo, hos
filed an answor denying each and
every allegation in plaintiff's com
In tho caso of J. A. Low, ad
ministrator, vs. J. M. Horner,
plaintiff has ronowed his motion
for judgment in tho causo in ac
cordance with tho prayer of his
complaint and Judge Perry has
set tho hearing for Monday, May
4th,at 10 a. in. Paul Neumann for
plaintiff; W. A. Kinnoy for de
fendant. In tho bankruptcy proceedings
against Chun Wah Suing, Judge
Perry has signed an order allow
ing certain creditors to prove their
In tho suit of J. A. Low, admin
istrator, vs. J. M. Hornor, tho an
swor of defendant has been filed.
Denial is mado of each and ovory
allegation mado in tho complaint
and tho Statuto of Limitations is
set up aB an especial defense,
In tho actions of E. O. Macfar
lano vs. W. T. Allon and E. C.
Macfarlano vs. S. M. Damon et al.
a stipulation has been filed agree
ing that tho cases may bo sot for
trial any afternoon next wook.
In tho caso of Geo. W. Macfar
lano vs. John A. Cummins, a bill
in equity for specific performance,
servico of summons has been
mado and roturned.
Tho sum of 20,000, dividends
from Paauhau stock, ie now in
tho hands of Henry Smith, clork
of tho Court, subject to tho do
torminotion of tho Court in tho
suit of Rudolph Sprookols vs. Pa
auhau Plantation Company.
Chiof Clerk of tho Judiciary,
Henry Smith, has received a
statement of tho expenses of tho
April term of tho Third Circuit
Court recently hold at Kailua,
North Koua, Tho amount foots
There will bo an ordinary prac
tico game of crickot at tho H.O.C.
grounds, Kinau and King stroots
this ovoning. It is hoped that
members of tho N. G. II. who aro
players will attend.
EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 2, 1890.
Iligiioat of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov'tRoport.
Ailinlnlotrntor'n S lo.
On Monday next May, 4th, at
noon Honry Smith, administrator
of the estate of G. B. Honuakaha,
deceased, will soil at auction at
tho Judiciary building a number
of pieces of land belonging to tho
estate, described moro fully in
another column. The sale will
bo for cash and subject to con
firmation by tho Court.
simply used as bait, won't bring
permanent business. Wo want
permanent business. Wo aro get
ma it too. Tho reaular overv
day dealings, whore wo savo our
patrons monoy on ovory purchase,
is tolling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to ndvertiso
E rices and after a whilo put them
ack whoro thoy wore orieiuallv.
When wo cut prices, we uovor put
tlio pneo back. Uur business
methods aro fair, square and above
board. Wodo just as wo say wo
will.' Wo live up to everything
Barry's TriconheMS 25c, old price
Fig Syrnp 35,, old price 50c,
CamclliDe 25c-, old price 50c
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 75c-, old
Those are a fow of tho liberal
prices wo accord our friends. Wo
have not enough room to enumer
ate them all here. You will get
HOBip DlflJfl 00.,
Here is a. partial list of
goods we received from Eng
land by the bark Doon:
Rockingham tea pots and
stands, fish-globes, tea trays
all sizes, engraved decanters,
glass jngs assorted colore,
moulded tumblers, sugar bowls
and butter dishes, assorted
corks, cork bath mats, garden
shears, hedge shears, sand
paper, emery cloth, knife pol
ish, knife boards, dog chains,
dog collars.blow bellows, spurs,
curry combs, horse brushes,
riding and driving bits,, win
dow glass, glass fruit jars,
liubbuck's genuine white lead
and white zinc, Hubbuck's
boiled linseed oil, galvanized
yiro netting, plain sheet iron,
tinned iron fry pans, sheet
zinc, sheet lead, lead pipes,
whale spades (o-os), galvanized
iron buckets, galvanized iron
tubs, washing soda, red ochre,
yellow ochre, lamp black, red
oxide, large assortment of
white enamel ware, Day &
Martin's shoo polish (in bot
tles), scrub brushes, hair
brooms, stove brushes, hair
brushes, hair sieves, cocoa
mats, Howor pots, fern pots,
galvanized chamber pails,
bright iron wire, brass mos
quito screen wire, galvanized
iron ditto, plumbers' solder,
pig tin, pig lead, galvanized
iron wash basins, iron scrows,
brass screws, terra cotta,
porous water bottles, sauce
pans, (iron) tea kettles, (iron)
wire flowor baskets, bath
bricks, lead S & P traps, bas
kets, cheap spoons.
A complete and elegant as
sortment of crockery, includ
ing "stock" pattern Liuiogo
decorated ware, white china,
semi-porcelain, white granite
common C O ware and toilet
W. W. DIMOND.
Von Holt Building.
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, Twonty-Two Pounds,
When You Buy a
Buy ouo with a Roputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling: has beon on tho
market fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs S110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed free to
any address, and you will
"DVILT LIKE A WATCH
Torms: S10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a week or a liboral discount
Watt, Nichols Co
WARlSfl IlLOCK, .... DKRETAKIA ,T.
IPlumbinpj and Gras
fittins Sanitary Work a Speoialty
tJF Jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone 711.1. 285-tf
The Armless Wonder,
Born Without Arms.
Thin Little Portufiuoco Lady EM'S,
WHITES, SKWS, and performs many
otlior fonts ontiroly with Lor toes.
Exhibitions daily .commenting on TUES
DAY AFTERNOON, April 23lh. Opon
from 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 p.m., and. 7 to
120 Ntiimnu Street, above, Hotel.
Admission, 25c. Children, 10c.
THE R. & G. CORSETS
Sgs-TAKE THE LEAD-)
The R. & G. Summer Corset !
THe R, & G. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
Tlie F N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Corafortablo Riding Corsot.
IFerris' G-oocl Sense Corset Waists !
Try them, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull off; cord edgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to secure hose supporters.
BaF A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 IT-orfc Street.
:- STRilW HUTS!
WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASED.
BT Wo want monoy and in order to got it offor tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS ovor brought
to Honolulu at unhoard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summer Goods in endless va
riety. Dosirablo Btylos in exclusive patterns.
Come in and look at our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TO THE AGEIOULTUKAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
Agiucultuhal Colleoe, Miss. , Jan. 29, 189G.
Da. O. W. DAnNEY, Washington, D. O.
Dear Sin: Yours of recent dato in regard totho"Socrctary"plowhas
boon on my desk some days, bu, I delayed sending a reply in ordor
that I might sond bo mo photos which go with this.
Deoro v Company sent ono of tho plows, tho first ono which was com
ploted, to this station, and wo gavo it a vory thorough test in Docom
borlast. Tho ground on which it was used was a field which had
novor boon plowod moro than six inches deop, and which had boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throe good mulea wo woro able to
plow ten inchos deop without making the work too hard for the team,
and by working slowly a part of tho ground was, plowed to a dopth of
fourteen iuohoB. Tho plow cortaiuly does bolter work than I have
ovor seon dono with any othor implomont. S. M. Thacy, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
I havo novor soon ground loft in as good oondition nftor tho plowing,
tho furrows boing thrown so as to pulvorizo tho soil moro thoroughly
than can bo dono by an ordinary plow, and all trash and weeds woro
completely turned untlor.
KC On oxhibition nt the Office of the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
Telephone 53. jga B P. O. Box 222.
Oaliu Lumber & Building Co.,
King Street, near Onlm Railway & Land Cqs Depot,
Lumbe? Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
UirOItTERB AND DEALE11S IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 i M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
519 FORT STREET.
The UtiwaiianNcws Co.,L'd
Morohant Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
RT Corry tlio Largest Assortment in
tlieso lines of nuy Louse ou tlio Inlands. No
Just Heceivcd a consignment of
Vosc & Sons, Schiller & Smith ant Barnes
ITtf' Special attontion called to tho last
named to thoso who want n pood Piano at
a moderate prico. Wo soil Pianos on the
Vi Itliiiiururtiirc It libber Stump.
. Islaud orders solicited. Gifo us a
trial and wo gcarantee satisfaction.