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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 20, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. H drills this evoning.
Goo. H. Paris lias a daughter,
Tho bathing resorts at the beach
were all crowded yestordny.
F. A.'Schaefor returned on tho
Iwalani yesterday morning.
Thoro Avoro no arrests raado bo
tweon 0:30 Sunday morning and
Dr. McKibbin and Professor
Maxwell returned yostorday from
a trip to Maui.
A. Ouuha will play ball
throughout tho season, as ho will
remain hero about a year.
Tho Miowora brought a fresh
supply of tho popular Soattle
beer for tho Criterion Saloon.
T. P. Morgan will hold a mort
gngeo's sulo of laud situatod at
Wnikiki at noon on Wednesday.
Souator Rico and Attorney Ro
bertson woro among tho arrivals
from the Gardon Isle yostorday.
Thomas Nott calls for claims
against him on account of work
for Mrs. Win. H. Smith by tho
Tho band will play at Emma
squaro tomorrow night, boin on
gaged for tho AtkiiiBou-Wildor
According to tho London Min
ing Journal Nova Scotia produces
about $-100,000 worth of gold an
nually from hor rainos.
Chester Doylo can't go to tho
wedding tonight, as ho had to
leave on tho aftornoon train for
Woianao on govornmont business.
Tho Ilawaiian hotol was throng
ed all of Saturday evening with
thoso attracted by tho special din
ner and dance, with music by the
Captain Robert Parker and
family wont to their fishing resort
boyond KokoHead in tho steamer
Kaona this morning for a week's
Tho wedding of Sam. G. Wilder
and Miss Atkinson is tho solo
happening in society circles this
evening. It will bo tho event of
Thanks aro duo to Mr. Ueta, of
tho Yokohama Specio Rank, for
copies of tho London Mining
Journal, Capital of Calcutta and
tho Mining World of Loudon.
W. W. Dimond in this issue
gives somo predictions on tho out
come of tho presidential contest,
and offers alluminum and ngato
wares at prices nover boforo ima
gined. Ycstorday's band concert at
Makeo Island drew out tho usual
big attendance, and more com
fortable benches placed in tho
Bhade would have been appre
ciated. Thoro is somo talk of Castlo it
Copke teariug down their pres
ent storo building on tho corner
of King and Rothol streets and
replacing it by a handsorao
As tho Bulletin goes to press
thoro aro signs of a big firo on tho
Manoa summit, tho wholo of
which is enveloped in smoko.
Tho nearest telephone is at John
Kid well's houso, but efforts to
roach him by telephone failed.
Tho roadB in tho vicinity of tho
residences of James Lylo and
Johu P. Scott on tho Punchbowl
slope need immediate attention.
'At Mr. Lylo's placo tho road has
boon cut up so that it is covered
with about six inches of fino dust.
A party of ladies and gentle
men from tho passengers on tho
City of Poking visited Long
Branch baths Saturday aftornoon.
They woro much interested in
Colonel Sherwood's monagerio or
"happy family." By the way
somo of tho ' funny-looking gold
AbIi of Japan have died, but two
survivo and appoar to bo healthy.
Tho Montreal Witness of Juno
27 publishes, from its Honolulu
correspondent, tho account of tho
expedition to the summit of Mau
na Loa, on tho occasion of tho re
cent eruption of Mokuaweowoo,
which was originally written by
tho Bulletin representative for
the Volcano House Records. It
occupies four and a half columns
of small typo with two illustrations.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Ikltcr Dread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Solo Agents.
NATintnAY'S ini.ii Urn;
Continued from 1st Page.
second Mehoula was put out at
Eighth Ghmson knocked the
ball into tho pitcher's hands and
went out at first, Carlylo made a
base hit and stole second by
about a quarter of a second.
Luahiwa got his base, Bakor got
second. Luahiwa third and Car
lylo came homo on a wild throw
by Mohoula to tho homo plate.
Simerson struck out. W. Woods
got Becond and Baker and Luahi
wa came in. WoodB was put out
Pahau and Makairaoku were
put out at first, Lemon got first
and stole socond and third.
Bridges struck out.
Ninth For tho soldiers Ouuha
wont out at first on a grounder to
shortstop, George Woods cot his
base, Gloason got a two-baggor
and Carlylo brought both in by a
two baso hit to ceuterfield. Lua
hiwa struck out. Baker got third
on a high ball to right field and
Luahiwa camo in. Simerson flew
With olovon runs to mako to
win tho gamo Kaanoi wont out at
first, Koki got third on a drivo to
center field. Ahia got second
whilo Koki was being put out be
tween third and home. Makana
no got second and Ahia camo
homo on an interference by
Woods at the homoplato. Moho
ula wont out at first.
Following is tho official score;
TB It In r A E
Baker, lb G 1 2 11 2 0
bimorson, cf.... Oil 100
Woods,W.,2b... 5 13 5 0 1
Oummings, ss... 5 0 112 2
Cunha, c 5 0 1 -1 3 1
Woods, G.p 5 2 2 0 7 1
Gleason.P., 3b,.. 5 2 3 2 2 2
Carlylo, rf 4 3 4 2 0 1
Luahiwa, If 5 2 1 1 1 0
Total 401218 2717 8
TB B IB TO A E
Pahau, R, c.
Makaimoku, J, If
Lemon, B., p. . ..
Bridges, C, 3b...
Kaanoi, C, cf... .
Koki, S, 2b
Ahia, W, lb ... .
Makanane, ss. . .
Meheulu, rf . . .
0 0 0
0 112 0 0
0 10 7 3
5 0 0 0 0 0
Total 37 3 7 27 14 4
By Innings.. 123 4 50780
First Regt.. .00200313 312
Kams 20000 00013
Earned Runs First Regiment,
2; Kamehamohas, 1.
Two-Baso Hits First Regi
ment, W. Woods, Cunha, Gleason,
Carlylo; Kamehamohas, none.
Throo-Baso Hits First Regi
ment, Bakor, Simerson; Kameha
Double Play By Bakor and
Base on Balls First Regiment,
0; KamohumohaB, 0.
Passed Balls By Cunha, 1; by
Wild Pitchos By Mohoula, 3.
Timo of Gamo 1 hour 40
Umpires H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
and Geo. Lucas.
Scorer W. J. Forbes.
l'EBOENTAQE 01' NINES.
Wou Lost Total Cent.
Stars 3 1 4 .750
Houolulus ..2 2 4 .500
First Regt... 2 2 4 .500
Kams 1 3 4 .250
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
pleasant placo to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
thoro. It makes ono's mustache
curly and puts now life into tho
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNDER,
signed lu couuection with work done by
hlta for Mrs. Win. II. Smith nro desired to
bo presented on or before July 25, inst.
Honolulu, July 20, 1890. 350-lw
DR. L. F. ALVAREZ
HAS RKMOVfcU TO
Emma Street, near Beretania.
I3f Hours: 3 to 0 nml 7 to S e. M.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
Jlot afraltr to recomniBncr
Built or honest value
lines Every grain of
material; every stroke
of work covered by
guarantee for which
no extra charge is
T. W. 1IOURON,
Klne street, over
An Inflamed Tendon
J needs Cooling.
' ABSORBINE S<i-
lion, no Dinners no n&ir gone) ana
you can mo tho horse. (2.00 per bottle.
Ucgular dealers, or
31 AmbtntSt., Bprlngfleld, Man.
Hobron Drug Co.
Arrived per S. S. "Australia."
NOW ON SALE AT THAT
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
jtaw Qocdsl yleW Qoodsl
J57" Come early and (jet jour choice.
KWONG SING L0Y,
407-0 KlnjrSt., near Castle ,t CooUc.
A CHOICE UTTER OF DKOPPEUS. H
Pointer and U English Setter. Dam, Pointer,
Honolulu Hello by the celebrated (Jlenboili,
Jr., who was imported from England at a
coat of $1100 and selected by Judge Murtlmer,
who judges tho principal do;: show In tho
United States. Tho Dam ol Honolulu Ilolle,
Gill, is by the Duke of Vernon, one or tho
bet pointers on tho Pacific Coast and un Im
ported dof, winner of the Dcrbt. Biro
(Jack) English Setter, imported Jnck's. Sire
is Lee It., winner of the Derby at the field
trials at Uakersftcld, Cal , In lb'JO. His dam,
Hello Gladstone, was the only (laughter on
tho Pacific Coast of the champion dam,
Gladstone, who died an undefeated champion
both on the bench mid Held. No better
blood was ever muted than tills cross, nnd as
they ore short- haired they should mako No.
1 hunting dogs for this country.
V For further particulars apply to
"W. U. C.," P. O. 4'J.I, or Anchor Saloon.
FRESH ROLL BUTTER,
SPARE UI118, and
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Corner Chaplain Lhuu nml Fort Street.
Telcphouo 801. : P. O. Box 101.
Attention, Company H.
Armouy Company H.. N. G. H
Honolulu, July 20, 1800.
HALL HUM HERS OF COMPANY
II., N. 0, H., aio hereby ordered
to assemble nt tho Drill Shed THIS
(Monday) EVENINO, July 20, 1890,
ut 7:30 o'clock, for Drill.
T. 1). MURRAY,
359 It Cuptuin Commntiding.
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Proparo Toncliors for tho JJoxt
1 V3T Apply at Eagle Houso. .'153 hn
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AT AUCTION !
August 13,' 1896,
At 12 O'clock Noon,
At my Salesrooms, Queen
street, I will sell at
Situated on tlio Ewa side of
Nuunuu Valley and above tho
junction of Liliha and Wyllio
Tho location of these lot" is
the most desirable in tho
suburbs of the city.
The site commands an ex
tended view of tho city and
the surrounding country.
As a residence location for
those who wish to escape tho
malarial atmosphere of the low
lands of tho city, tho situation
of thoso lots cannot bo equaled.
As a safe and paying in
vestment, parties will bear in
mind tho wonderful apprecia
tion in values of lands adjacent
to tho city in the past few years.
The Government water main
is laid to the lots.
That these lots may bo with
in tho reach of all, we offer tho
following unparalleled terms:
First Cash, with a discount
of 10 percent.
Second 25 cash, balance
at 5 per month.
Third $10 cash, balance at
7.50 per month.
EFor further particulars,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Take an Outing
Trains will leave tit 9:15 a. m.
unci 1:45 P. jr., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 find 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Pearl Oity $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 100
Wniunno 1 50
Stibnoribo for the Evkni.no Bul
letin, 75 cents por month.
Novelties in Wash Fabrics
Elegant Goods ! Latest Designs !
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 T?orb Street.
. Dimities, Muslins Lawns .
Tho Handsomest Assortment of Wash Goods
PERSIAN AND DRESDEN PATTERNS!
Latest Combination of Colors
sr PRICJES WAY DO-WIST m
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Telephone 240. Ill Port
Bonutitul and Stylish.
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NO. 10 FORT ST.
Street. P. O. Box 147.
Not a . . .
You enn Ret an
all-wool blub serge suit for
MEN AT $6.50
Or a light Choviot
I, LEVIMSTON, - - Manager,
Wavorley Block, Hotel Street.
3 Shirts Made to Order.
Notice of Removal.
TUB OAIiIFOUSIA WINK COMPANT
Imvo reiuuvoil ftum tlioir old ntoro on 1'ort
street to tho ltubinson Dlook, tho store
formerly occupied by Ordway & Porter,
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