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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 20, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Stars vs. llouolulus on Satur
day. Elsio Adair in now Bongs to
night at tho drill shed.
Muster Rusaoll will buir illus-
tratod songs tonight tit tho drill
An Australian weather prophet
named 0. L. Wraggo arrivod by
"Wm. Koogh, tho well-known
clariouot playor, is again with tho
Tho largest Krupp guns havo a
rango of seventeen miles and firo
two shots a minuto.
P. Molnorny has started a can
dy manufactory, with fine molas
ses "boss" a specialty.
Tho informal dance of tho Hoa
lani Yacht and Boat Olub takos
place tomorrow evening.
Captain D'Allortia of tho Ita
lian urmy is a visitor to tho isl
ands who arrivod by tho Alamo
da. Professor F. P. Dresslar, who
Nhas boon locturiug at tho summer
scuooi, leic on tno Aiameua io-gj&ay.
AC llio j.uiiK0-j.uaru sans tomorrow
' at 5 i). m. for Seattle. Wash. Wm.
G. Irwin & Co. aro agents of tho
An aero of good-fishing ground
will yield more food in a wook
than an aero of land in a twelve
month. A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Doutal
office Cottiigo No. 100, Alukoa
stroet, telephone N o. 615. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
Tho steamship Alameda having
come and gone, tho band will
play at Thomas square this even
ing at tho usual hour.
Tho engagement of Miss Nellie
C. Stoward and Herbert E. Garos
is announced. The wedding will
tako place tho latter part of next
M. A. Peixoto, proprietor of the
Union barber shop, next to th(S
Art Gallery, guarantees to give a
shavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has takon tho
town by ptorm. Tho designs aro
elegant, up-to-date and of tho
There was a big lot of people
scattered among tho trees of
Thomas Squaro at tho band con
cort last night. Officers Hammer
and Cordos kept order among tho
J. W. Bergstrom is agent for
the celebrated Kroeger pianos, of
New York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand pianos taken as part
payment. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. Tele. 347.
Thoro is a gang of Portuguese
toughs who infest Thomas Squaro
every Sunday afternoon, tearing
the shrubbery and annoying resi
dents of tho vicinity by their
shouting and vile language. The
nttontion of tho police is called to
Among tho passengers by tho
steamer Alameda is Mr. Clement
L. Wraggo, chief of tho Queens
land Weather Bureau, who is on
his way to Pari to attend tho sit
tings of tho Intercolonial Meteo
rological Conference shortly to bo
held in tho French capital. Mr.
AVraggo has stopped over in Ho
nolulu for another steamer.
Tiro Depirtmout drivers aro no
longer allowed to run their teams to
n firo within the oity limits. They
must trot their horses within tho
boundaries of tho King Btroot
bridge, School and Punchbowl
streets. Outside thoso limits thoy
may go at a full gallop. This is
tho rosult of tho rocont accident
in whioh n valuablo horse was
A guard of one of the wheels
on tho inside of one of tho cars on
tho Nuuanu lino was missing yos
torday. A Japaneso nearly caught
Lib foot in tho naked revolving
wheel, and other passongors wero
in danger of an ucoidont in the
crowded tram. In tho evening tho
driver waB asked to attend to tho
matter, when a board was substi
tuted for tho missing guard.
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
fylakea Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer Fur It.
UNION FEUD CO., Sole Agents.
Emmctt tho great in a now vio
lin speciatly at tho drill shed to
night. Tho Alameda had only throo
passengers aud a nativo Samoau
tor this port. i
F. W. Macfarlano and Miss
Irmgard Macfarlano loft on tho
Alameda this afternoon.
Oharlna K. Snnncor. formerly
manager of tho Hilo Tribune, '
arrivod by tho steamer Hawaii
this afternoon. j
Bon Holladay of Portland, who
has boon visiting Mr and Mrs W.
G. Irwin for somo weeks past, loft
on today's steamer.
Two windows of tho Pacific
Hardwaro Comyany'a storo aro
filled with trophies and picturos
of tho winning crows of tho Myr
tlo Boat Club in its various con
tests. Lewis J. Lovoyis very ill with
pnoumonia at his rosidonco on
Bcrotania near Alapai street, but
his physician, 3)r. Murray, does
not consider him in oxtremo
A nativo prisonor was brought
over from Koolauloa this morn
ing undor sontenco of six months
at hard labor for tho larceny of a
watch. Ho has boon conficlod to
tho tondor mercies of Jailor Low.
Harry Byug of tho Alameda
steward's BtafE has tho Bulletin's
thanks for files of Auckland and
Sydney daily and woekly papers.
Harry is still bent on coming back
to Honolulu for a permanent
Tho Ohinoso girl who ib confin
ed in tho city prison pending tho
hearing of haboaB corpuB pro
ceedings on Saturday, has recov
ed her spirits and spends tho
time chatting with the prison
A large number of tho friends
of Senator and Mrs. Hocking
wero at tho wharf to bid them
farowoll. Tho bride was loaded
down with lois and bouquets, bo
sides boiug tho recipient of sever
al handBomo baskets of flowers.
Thoro was a largo crowd of peo
ple at tho wkaif to seo tho Ala
meda off. A number of tho teach
er's in attendan'co at tho summer
school sang "Aloha Oe" and othor
nativo airs as a farewell to Pro
f -csr Dresslar, and the band made
things generally lively.
Excavations for the now bod of
Nuuanu stream, on St. Louis Col
logo grounds, wore begun yester
day. With a rare instinct for in
commoding people as much as
possible, tho chief digger started
work on the road at the main gate
of tho institution, tho very last
place whore tho ground should
havo been broken.
Mr. Vandorlip having secured
the right of way through tho Ex
ecutive building for a railroad
will tell the audionco how to build
a railroad to the pali. Neither
steam nor olectrio power will bo
used as a moans of locomotion.
Tho wind that whistles through
tho gap will bo used. Misa Van
dorlip intends to locate tho new
stock yards at Thomas or Emma
IN THE POLICE COTJItT.
Arthur I'lizjrernlil IMeml Guilty of
MtealluK' Jllurrnj 'n Cnrrlngra Wheel.
In the Polico Court this morn
ing ArthurFitzgeraldpleaded guil
ty of tho larceny of two carriage
wheels from T. B. Murray's shop,
valued at $20. Sontonco was sus
pended for two weeks.
Ching Tai, tho stockholder of
tho Ohinoso Times who assaulted
the editor of that shoot with a
hammer yesterday, was in the
dock but his caso wont ovor to the
25th, or until tho outcome of the
editor's wound is ascertained.
Sam Kanio and Ane Ah Hut
wore out of luck today.
Thoy wero found guilty
of adultery. Sam was fined $75
and liiB Annie $25.
Two othor natives who wero up
for a similar offense pleaded not
guilty thereof and their cases
Antonio Martins entered a plea
of not guilty to tho ohargo of las
civious conduct and speech and
his trial was sot for tomorrow.
Three opium cases wero set for
trial on tho 22d, tho defendants
being out on $100 bail each in tho
Thirty Ohineso fantan players,
arrosted by Lioutouant Fornaudos
and others at Kamoiliililast night
ploaded not guilty and will bo
tried at this aftornoon's session.
Thoy aro all out on $12 bail each.
Highest of all in Leavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't lloport.
M. m MSSEB
IIOAim OP KIUICATIO.N.
I'rexli AK4!eiiiurn( of Toucher Ho
cnmiiieiideil and Approved.
At tho mooting of tho Board of
Education yestorday afternoon
tho following assignment of
teachers, recommended by tho
committee, was approved by tho
Mrs E W Estop, Miss Nollio
Riokard, Misa May Wrinht, W H
Beers, Honokaa; S Keliinoo,
Thomas Bartow, Charles F Truo,
Waiauao; St ChadPiianaia,Paho
ohoo; Alex Ilihia, Waiawa; Miss
Isabel Kelly, Fort Streot; Miss A
H Crook, Miss Ella Crook, Ulu
palakua; Miss L Kaliooio, Laupa
hoohoo; Miss Belle Walker, Miss
Lizzie Graco, Maomao; Miss Ai-ku-o,
Waiahole; Miss Byor, Hilo
Select School; Miss Bella Woight,
Hilo Union School; Lilinoo Ha
pai, Louisa Brown, Wuiakea; Jas
M Taggard, Mrs Taggard, flaa-
hco; JN i Lemon, Oprockolsvillo;
Wm Isaacs, Hauula; Miss Mary
Smith, Fort Stroet School; Miss
Mabel Lampman, High School;
Wm Kaluakini, Lahaiua; Augus
tus Brico, Kekaba.
reported tho nppointment of Ed
gar Wood as professor of natural
sciences ot tho Higli School, which
was approved. Mr. Townsond
was also authoiizud to havo ono of
the rooms of that school furnish
ed with chairs and tables.
A temporary committeo on ex
amination consisting of Piofessor
Alexander, H. S. TownBond, J. F.
Scott and M. M. Scott was ap
pointed to suporviso tho examina
tions of next week.
Tho offer of tho Lalmina plan
tation people to furnish wator to
Lahaiua Union School at S800
per year was rejected, after Min
ister Cooper had explained that tho
Cabinet was unfavorable towards
Deputy-Inspector Scott was
authorized to havo tho room
formorly used as a kitchen in tho
High School building fitted up as
a chemical laboratory.
President Cooper repeated that
of tho 83000 appropriation for tho
Eoform School $900 had been ex
pended for repairs and that not
enough remained for curront ex
There was an old maid as sick ns sick could
Doctor said tlie troublo was drinking com
Recommended "Salvation Aiuir Bkani,"
When, Oh. what Joy to tell,
It quickly raised her from her bed,
Both Btronuaud sound aud well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Sole Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent $lb. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Youug Hyson
and Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and excellence of
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
Prices: $1.00, 7"o aud GOc.
X5T Seats ot Wall, Nloliok Go. 335.2t
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, Aug.. 22, 1896
Game Gallkd at 3:30 i. ai.
A.clmission, - 25c.
will brace, build and give
you vim and bounce. Get
it and thus take your own
O J o &
August 22, 1895.
Dn. Hun: says:
Evor since your excellent
"Best" Tonic has been placed upon
the market, my family has been n
big consumer of this preparation,
aud I havo found it a grateful
stimulant, appetizer, tissue builder
and tonic. I consider it ono of the
very few piopurutions that really
do all thntis claimed for it, and un
hesitatingly recommend it to my
patients. Dlt. CHAS. IIUPE.
? O 5 J
Pabst "Best" Tonic for sale by
Hobron Drug Co.
But It may lose you the race. Ilorto
won't bring as much at the sale.
Tt Looks Had And Indicates weakness.
the Joint without removing tho natror
laying the horso up. (2 00 a bottle. Ot
progressive dealers or sent direct.
W. F. YOUNG. P. O. V.,
o. 3 1 Amherst 8t. Bprlngfleld, Mass.
Hobron Drug Co.
Tie Nippon Ymen Msba Tnis-FaciHc Line.
For Seattle, Wash.
Tlie Nippon Yuscn KalaWp Steamer
Will sail for Seattle, Wanli., on
Friday, Aug. 21 at 5 p. m.
3J For Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. U. 1UWIN & CO., L'n,
Election of Officers.
HONOLULU CHAMBER OF
The (ullowlni; OUlcen ere elected at the
Annuul Meeting ul tho Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce held August lVth, KM:
VUo President T It Walker,
bicrclary& Treasure.... Jas (I .-peucer,
T It WalUcr, Win F Allen, O M Cooko, C
Ilolle, J F llaekfeld.
JAd O SPF.NCER,
Honolulu, AuKt Wth, 1800, S35-3t.
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
Office: 20S Morchnnt street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's offlco. V. O.
DU1UNH MY ABsbNOE FKOM THE
Island, Mr W. U. Peacock will act for mo
under full Power of A.toruey.
385-3t O. A. PEACOCK.
Duriugmy nWimo from tho Ilnwniinn
iBlfiudrt, ruy brother, N. Fernandez, will
aot for me undor Power of Attorney.
Honolulu, August 15, 18U0. 333-lw
During Mr. IJonrdmun's nbsonco, Mr.
Ewiiitf will have churgo of my books and
attend to nil collioi'nn. Ilo can bo found
either ut Mr. Uourdmuu's oflico ut Ogura &
Co. s or at my oOlce,
335-tf DH. IIE1U1EUT.
Tho Htoimor Kinuu will leavo Hilo, Pnt
nrdny, Aug. Stli, at 8 o'clock i, in j arriv
ing lit Honolulu Monday moruiiicr, Aug.
21th, instoud of tho rogulur udortisod
wiLnniv- fl. s. co., ltd.
Honolulu, Aug. It, 18U0. 381-Ot
N. S. SACHS' .
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustro, just tho thing for evoning
drossos, only 20 oents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 1G yards and guaranteed to bo puio
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Viotoria and Porsian luwn, dimitiea
in stripes and plaids, nancookn, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and stript'd whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Fine Whito Muslin in openwork. Bountiful Patterns.
A great stock of - -
Valenciennes Laees .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B Wo expect within ton days a groat unci now stock o
D 5c G
Ordered Speeialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finost Corset made . .
We Are Now
Selling a Special
Mado to Romedy tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of tho Favorite
Eeyere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Fcatho Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware
PACIFIC HARDWARE C0.,L'd,
. . . A new importation of ....
. Fine Woolens .
p, TrELOAM $$$
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. ANl) ma
General Business Agent ' 4im
of Thoso Formorly Used Here.
Take an Outing
TrainB will leave at 9:15 A. M.
and 1:45 p. St., nrrivinR in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Clata 2d C1m
Pearl City $ 75 $ 60
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Cuslom House BroXer anil Statistician
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