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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 2,
" LOCAL. AND GENERAL.
Sugar 3gths no chnngo.
Co. G will drill this ovoning.
This is ex-Quoon Liliuokalani's
Tho Elsio Adair Company loft
on tho Coptic today.
David Dayton and MIbbcs Ella
and Eva Dayton returned on the
Tho Hilo baseball team recent
ly dofoatod the Olaa nine by a
scoro of 25 to 12.
Auctioneer Morgan and family
returned from Hawaii on tho W.
G. Hall yesterday.
G. N. Wilcox, A. S. Wilcox and
Dr. Walters returned to Kauai on
the Mikahala last night.
Tho Boards of Health and Edu
cation hold their rogular weekly
meetings this afternoon.
S. G. Hilborn, who visited theso
islands last year, has been renom
inated for Congress iu California.
' Tho Coptic brought five pas
sengers for this port, viz: Dr. J.
S. B. Pratt and four young ladies.
Both tho Claudino and Mika
J Tibia took large consignments of
gpuboi toaouors to luaui ami ivauai
Auru. viuuu uuu vju 1'iuuuoo
ore married lost eveuing at tho
V-ninU linfnl 1?ov H V. Uialinn
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
oflioe Cotbgo No. 100, Alu&on
street, telephono 1 o. G15. Odico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A double leafed fern of valuo
has been stolen from the Royal
Annex Baloou aud a reward is
offered for its return.
Tho Loilani Boat Club will hold
its regular monthly meeting in
tho basement of tho Hawaiian
hotel this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Manhattan Life Insurance
Company is currying its resist
ance to tho suit of Mrs. Chas. L.
Carter and others to the Supremo
O. Konako has joined tho Elsio
Adair troupe and tnkes his de
parture on the Coptic this after
noon. His position is that of
Official notice is givon that
Monsieur Itouis VoBsoin has been
received by the Hawaiian Govern
ment as Consul and Commission
er for France.
' Oliver "W. Winthrop wns to be
tried yesterday in San Francisco,
on tho indictment charging him
with tho robbery of James Camp
boll of Honolulu.
Cunningham sets out tho finest
of lunches at the Anchor saloon,
nndiho adds to tho zest of tho
viautls by performing acrobatic
foatewhilo you eat.
Fyou want to framo anything
in,ftho vory best manuor; if you
want your frame to harmonize
with your pioturo; if you want tho
i best and most tasteful framo in
the market, go to King Bros.
1 Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quota prices on roof
,' -fainting. Ho uses a com position of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho-
1 "Bob" Laing, manager of tho
Kohala saloon, recoutly met with
I a painful accident. He was
I thrown from his brake and sus
' taiued a fracture of throe ribs by
tho horso kicking him. Hawaii
Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas. W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. B Tele
Mr. Bermiston, lately employed
in tho business office of the Star,
has succeeded to the position of
bookkeeper of the Hawaiian Hard
ware Company, made vacant by
tho promotion of L. M. Votleson
to the management.
In tho Police Court this morn
ing, tho ombezzlomont case of
Robert Katnaka went over until
tomorrow, and tho cases of M.
Berotania and Hon Yan, both
charged with larceny in tho sec
ond degroo, to Saturday.
" DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Yuur Grocer For It.
UNION FEED. CO., Solo Aijents.
Minister Damon wns able to
drive about today and attend to
Information respecting tho Y.
M. O. A. ovoning school is adver
tised in this paper.
Ed. Towbo has bought three
Sea Viow lots iu Manoa valley
from Thomas Wright.
Members of tho Motoor Bicycle
Club aro reminded to attend tho
club run this evening.
Ah Hoon was arrested this
morning for assaulting and bat
tering a haolo named Prestidge.
Second Lieutenant Johnstone
of Co. B will resign, intending to
go to tho Coast iu tho near fu
ture 'Pl,n flU,.ll nlnnnro nt H,rv TT
A. A. 0. aro requested to bo pre
Bont at tho meeting this evening
at the Y. M. G. A. hall at 7:lf
Jack Thompson was arrosted
this morning on tho charge of
being found on tho promises of
J. L. Carter without lawful ex
cuse. M. A. Poixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barber shop, next to tho
Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
shave that will make your hair
curl with joy.
At its meeting last night the
American League finally voted
down tho proposition to change
tho constitution, in regard to
qualifications of membership.
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho bost of our
Seattle is fast becoming a groat
city. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
E. A. Jones Bays that ho re
ceived a letter from his father in
Now York, in which he states that
ho was to meet a number of Now
York financiers, concerning the
now bonds, on tho day following.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rade, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Raok at all hours.
Lively Billy (Cunningham) had
over a hundred and twontyfivo
customers during tho noon hour
today, llis dainty lunches aro
tho talk of tho town. William
says they all asked for Seattle
beer, the best brew on earth.
There was an old maid as sick as elck could
Doctor said the trouble- was drinking com
Recommended "Salvation Ansiv Bkanij,"
When, Oh, what Joy to tell.
It quickly raised hr from her bed,
Both strong mid sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palauia Grocery,
is appointor Polo Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Young Hyson
uud Japan, 25 conts, unrivaled for
cheapness and otcollonco of
Now l'ort Survoyor.
Mr. Arthur Johnstono lias been appointed
l'ort Surveyor for IIIlo. He served lor some
time In the Custom House at Honolulu and
comes well recommended. Mr. Johnstone
arrived by tho Hawaii yesterday. Hllo Trib
une. Arthur Johnstono is now Tort Survoyor
nt Hilo. He arrived in that place on the
Ilswnll last Friday. Advertiser.
Arthur Johnstono was inter
viewed in tho Hawaiian News Co.'s
storo today regarding tho above.
Ho says that ho has not been ap
pointed Port Survoyor for Hilo,
aid not go to Hawaii by tho steam
er of that namo and did not arrive
in Hilo last Friday and is not tho
Port Survoyor of Hilo now. He
further says that our esteemed
contemporaries' statements raako
him very tired.
"YV. L. Bowors inaugurated tho
Morchants' Patrol system in this
city yesterday, having socured a
largo numbor of the local mer
chants and insuranco men for
patrons. Mr. Bowors is particu
larly woll fitted for tho work, hav
ing been captain on tho Seattle
police forco for many years, and
having served as a volunteer fire
man iu several places in tho States.
A system of this sort is consider
ed by American merchants to bo
as uecensary as iiro insuranco.
Tho best lunch in
Highest of nil in Loavoning Powor.
Exhilaration, enjoy incntnnd
oHcrvcsceneo of spirits are
tho laughter of tho constitu
tion. The liver, which sots
tho whole mechanism of man
ut work, ut times becomes
torpid; it is then that Pubst
Malt Extract, the "Best"
Tonic, produces that healthful
activity which reacts upon tho
whole system and gives a
lifting, strengthening sensa
tion, by seeking the place
which needs it most. With
its invigorating influence, the
"Best" Tonic will givo
courago for any undertaking,
and obstacles will seem but a
joyous test of energy.
Hobron Drug Co
Sell the "Best" Tonic.
Tltu.11 AN LIMINAY.
Itcprfju-nlM llio Honolulu rorvwtni-t ill
llio Illicit Court.
A copy of tho Dundee Adver
tiser, Foresters' special edition, of
August 8 has been received. It
contains verbatim roports, filling
sevornl pages, of tho sixty-second
High Court of tho Ancient Order
of Forestors in that famous Scot
tish town. In noticing tho arriv
al of delegates tho Advertiser has
this to say about the Honolulu
"Tho colonies nro represented
by delegates from Port Elizabeth,
South Africa; Wostern Australia,
Belize, British Honduras, New
Zealand, aud Honolulu, tho capi
tal of the Sandwich Islands. The
gentleman from this roinoto quar
ter of tho globe, Brother T. Lind
say, nn Edinburgh man, possesses
tho uniquo distinction of being
the only momber who has over
initiated a king into tho Order.
How this camo about it may in
terest Foresters to know. A quar
ter of a century ago Brother Lind
say, who was then a member of
Court Duncdin, Edinburgh, left
this country for America, and
after a year or two spent in New
York ho found his way to San
Francisco, whore ho planted the
principles of Forestry and estab
lished a Court. Durinc his stay
there Knlakaua, tho lute King of
tho Sandwich Islands, had occa
sion to pass through tho city on
his way to "Washington, and whon
ho returned to 'Frisco on the
homeward journey, His Majes
ty, who was a most intelli
gent, well - educated man, and a
lluont speaker of English, was in
vited and consontod to becomo a
member of tho Coart. Somo years
aftorwards Brothor Lindsay set
tled in Honolulu. Ho had not
boon long thero when, with tho
hoarty co-operation of tho King,
ho founded n Court of tho Order,
and himself installed Kalakaua in
the office of Chief Banger. A
second Court was by and by
founded in the islands, and now
thoro is a membership of 150,com
posed of both bluoks and whites.
In September 1891 Brother Lind
say was presented by Court Lu
nalilo (No. 0G00) with a splendid
gold medal. Since ho left this
country Brothor Lindsay has
boon tho means of adding no
fowor than seven Courts to tho
strength of tho Order. This is
tho first, and may be but lot us
hopo will not bo tho last, occa
sion on which theso distant
branches havo boon represented
at tho High Court."
It is interesting to note that the
High Ohiof Bangor is a namesake
of tho Honolulu delegate his
namo boing 0. B. Lindsay. An
address of welcome was delivored
by Sir James Low, tho Lord Pro
vost of Duudco.
Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
Wliltr Lnliorcm In rirltl.il Columbia
Vancouveh, B. C, Aug. 20
Tho agitation agninst Japaneso is
growing in Hritiah Columbia un
til it litis taken preceJonco over
tho Chinopo question. Japaneso
Consul No8so, stationed in V.ui
couvpr, wns arranging lo bring
out a largo number of Japanese
f irtnliniius for Hottlomont on the
Mnitili whoiiUiinds. TIiorp Japs
live on 25 cents a day and would
savo 75 cents out of $1 por diom.
As trouble was feared during
,tho present iig'tation the Consul
wns dissuaded from importing
this form of choap Japanese
labor. Nosbi-siys thoro aro 1000
Jupaneso lab rors in tho province,
but tho Trades Council claims
thoro aro -1000 and thnt eaoh has
supplanted u whito broad-winner
and cuusod raisory and dis
couruppmont Tho Japaneso aro moro clangor
ous than tho Chinoso as skillpd
lnborors and work so choaply
thnt thoy will eventually drive
whito laborers from tho provinco.
Tho form tho agitation has taken
is to have tho Govornraent pro
hibit nil thoso not attaining to
certain wealth and education.
cornc nvys uowx a vi:nnel.
JnimiieM' Schooner Nlnhs mid
It is rop'uted that on her last
trip fmm Yokohama to Sin Fran
cisco tho Occdoul.il aud Oriontul
oto unship Coptio ran down a
Japanese schooner in tho Japan
soa, cutting hor oh an in two
and drowning threo of hor crew.
Too nee dent took pluco oaily
in t o nihrning, wiion a nuzo
covered tho water, and Mm ocean
liner found horwlf iu the midst
of n small ileot of Japanese vusstls
boforo she sighted thorn. Ono of
them received tho stunner's sharp
bow nmidnliips and sunk in two
hal vos in u vory short space of time.
Tho Coptic's crew throw lifo
preservers and lines to those of
tho Japanese schooner's sailors
who cime to tho sial'ici after thu
crash, and thty wero tiken aboard
tho pteamer, given dry clothing,
and tlion lowerod into nnothor
nf the sohooiiers of tho Japanese
fleet, which oonsistod of twolvo
vessels. It ws u miraclo that
moro of the fleet wore tint damaged,
but ull wotv foituimto iu making
thoir way nut of tho Coptic's
c niKO except tho ono which went
to the b ttnm
Singors load tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning aud convpnienco of ar
raugotueut. B. Borgorscu, agent,
King and Bethel streets.
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offlccs and Stores tlttcd up aud
Estimates ulvcn on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
J3T Ofllcc nnd Pliop:
No. Oil) Fort street.
adjoining V. W. Wrist's Carriage Shop.
Attention, Company G-.
Aiimory Company G, N. Q. H.,
Honolulu, feptotubor 2, 1890. J
KVEHY iMEMUCR OP THIS COM
pauy In hereby ordered to roport
i.t tlit- Drill Shed, HUB (Wednesday)
EVENING, Soptembtr 2, 1890. at
7:30 o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
FHOM THE KOYAL "ANNEX" SALOON,
n DonblH-leattdl'urn. A reward of $5 is
offucd to tho poihon returning wiino to
N. S. SAQHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for ovoning
drossos, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a piece, containing 10 yards and guaranteed to bo puro
1 1 non. . . i
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Victoria and Persian lawn, di initio
in stripo and plaids, nnnoookp, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and strip -d whito goods
At Rock' Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito MuBlin in open
A groat stook of
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
VST "Wo expect within ten days a groat and now stock of
B & Cr CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho '
finost Corsot mado. . .
We Are Nowsm
Selling a Special
Mado to Eemody tho Defects
Ex "Australia," aiv invoice of tho Favorite
Reyere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware,
and Another Consignment of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A 16 to 1 Shot!
Old Prices Busted 1
New Ones Prevail 1
I, LEVIESTON, - - Manager.
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
&- Shirts Mado to Order.
of Thoso Formerly Used Horo.
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo 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:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 ,75
Woianao 1 50 1 25
For Sale or Lease
House and T-.ot!
On tho corner of Victoria and Green
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