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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 7, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A liwly wants ti situation.
Antouo Sonbury 1ms started a
E. lkuwa wiiB arrested yester
day for battoring his wife.
Honorau plantation has finish
ed grinding for this season.
Miss Thrum will open the Bero
tania Btrcot Ohild Qardon on
Samuel Parker and family ro-
turned from Mana yesterday by
The event of tho weok will bo
tho OriokotOlub smoker on Satur
Regular monthly mooting of tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Asso
S. Mchoula was arrested this
morning for assault uud battery
on W. Ilarbottlo.
Attorney-General Smith has re
turned from Kuimi and Matshal
Brown from Maui.
Tho regular monthly business
mooting of tho Y. M. 0. A. takes
place this evening.
Itov. Alex. Mackintosh and Mrs.
Mackintosh returned from Kauai
Judno do la Vorgno fined J.
Ilalverson 85 and costs this morn
ing for furious driving.
Mrs. H. S. Tregloan will con
tinue tho bnsinoss of her lato hus
band under tho samo firm namo.
Tho finest of clam chowder aud
fresh mullet at tho Anchor to
morrow. Fresh supplies by tho
In tho match shoot between
Companies D and G at Makiki on
- Saturday, the former won by a
" score ot 413 to 1387.
-.V KrcAh fnnmlnir nnd filllm?
V JJvcryone should be w illlng
,, To sample glass
;v . As the Author they puM
Of Scattlo served out by Willie.
Viggo Jacobsou, pen artist, is
now connected by telephono No.
817. CJut this out and pasto it in
to your list of subscribers.
Mr. Q. If. Borry, manacor of
tho stroot numbering, is quite ill
aud confined to his residence. He
hopes to be out again in a fow
Captain Harry Evans of tho
harbor police brought two Gor
man boys to tho station house
this morning. Thoy are hold for
Frank Harthorne, who is ora
ployed with Ed. Ingham, is noted
as one of the best artists in town.
Ho painted A. W. Seabury's sign
and is noted as a first class
In tho Polico Court this morn
ing five Ohineso gamblors were
fined SIO each, one Chinese 325
for assisting at a chofa game, an
other $10 for assaulting a fellow
countryman, and nino drunks tho
usual sura of $2.
Two Japanese aro under arroBt
until thoy can satisfactorily ex
plain to the Marshal how it is
they purchase valuablo gold
watches from woll-known thieves
for tho 6mall Bums of $5 aud $10
- Captain d'Albortis, tho Italian
explorer, since his return from
tho Volcano, has been visiting tho
principal points of interest m anil
about Honolulu, under the guid
ance of Robert W. "Wilcox. Yes
terday a visit was paid to Senator
Schmidt at his villa on Mount
. Billy Cunningham served a re
gular course dinner .at tho Anchor
saloon today. Soup, fish, roast
beef, vegetables, dessert. There
were lots of tables and a quiet and
enjoyable raoal, cooked in good
style, was served to tho two
hundred and oighty patrous who
dropped in for a glasa of fresh
Seattle boor and a lunch.
The umiBually heavy surf, noted
in Saturday's Bulletin as spring
ing up suddenly at Waikiki, con
tinued through tho nfternoon,
giving good Bport to bathorB.
Some of tho rollers camo right up
to Jim Sherwood's iloors at Loug
Branch. On Sunday tho surf was
still higher. It washed clean over
tho Btoep bank at Wright's Villa,
one hugo roller breaking undor
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Band and Pastry than
" Any Other Known Brand.
, ,lJfc 1'imr Urorer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Tim paxeoo nomniun.
Coiitlmintlnit of the Inqiimt Now
J. Q. Paxeco, tho man who wan I
Bhot by polico officer Kaapuni on j
Saturday morning, died tho samo
afternoon, and his funeral took
placo yosterday morning from the
Tho funeral was vory largely
attondod.tho Portuguese band and
delegations from tho Lusitana and
Uniao societies nearly sovon
hundred in numbor, being pres
ent. Fathor Loonoro was tho
officiating clergyman and tho in
terment took placo in tho Catholic
Deputy - Marshal Hitchcock
summoned tho following jury to
inquiro into the causo ot Ueatli:
Manuel Rois, Captain Shophord,
F. 0. Rhodes, L. Marx, F. J.
Scott and J. Radin. After view
ing tho body an adjournment was
takon to 1:30 yesterday aftor
noon, at which timo Kaa
puni gave bis version of tho affair
which was substantially ub set
forth in Saturday's Bulletin.
Tho inquest wusthon adjourned
until this afternoon at 1:30. Con
sul General Cauavarro personally
attends the inquest, whilo Mossrs.
Vivas and sCorrea represent tho
family of the dead man. It is
tho intention of the authorities to
probo tho affair to tho bottom aud
the inquest will likely tako consi
derable timo. Tho whole pro
ceedings aro boing takon down in
shorthand by MiBH Kato Kolly.
In Saturday's issuo of this paper
an unintentional iujustico waB
dono tho deceased. It was stated
that Paxoco had served a sentence
of five years on tho roef for stab
bing a luua on a Hilo plantation.
This was not correct. Tho man
who waB with Paxeco at tho timo
of tho shootiufj and who is accus
ed by Kaapuni of taking part in
tho affray which led up to it,
Frank Olivoira by name, is the
man who wont on tho roef for tho
Hilo offonso and not Paxoco. Tho
latter had been in the dairy busi
ness for a number of years and
was never in trouble but once.
THE KILLINO UNJUSTIFIABLE.
Latter At 2:30 this afternoon
tho inquest was concluded, the
jury returning a unanimous ver
dict that tho deceased camo to his
doath on September 5th, 1896, by
being shot and killed by ono Kaa
puni, said killing beiug consider
ed by tho jury un justifiable.
Death of Col. Kitchen.
By tho last Australia tho sad
tidings of tho sudden death of
Col. Marcns L. Ward Kitchen at
tho ago of 01 at Gilmanton, N. H.,
rosulting from a stroke of para
lysis, were received. Tho deceased
was highly osteemed for his many
oxcolleut qualities. Ho sorvod
during tho Civil War with dis
tinction and gallantry. Mrs.
Kitchon has just returned to the
islands on the vossol bringing tho
mournful nows and to hor tho
shock is of a peculiarly bittor
naturo, as she had loft him in an
apparently improved condition.
Sho came to tho islands at his
earnest solicitation to roturn with
hor dauphtor. Tho boreaved
family will have tho hoarty sym
pathy of thoir numorous friends
in this thoir sudden uud unexpect
A rough and tumble fight oc
curred at tho now restaurant, on
Bethel, near King street, in which
Charlie Hoi was struok in tho
face with a glass which containod
toothpicks and stood upon tho
restaurant counter, tho ofFondor
boing a Portnguoso .
Tho Ohineso vory nearly lost
an eyo in tho mcloe and whon
seon by a Bulletin man was
bleeding profusely. Tho, row oc
currodover a disputo arising about
a bill of soino sort.
Tho Misses lttce, musicians and
music teachers, who recently loft
tho Isluuds for America, will
probably roturn on tho .next Aus
tralia. Thoy desire to announce
that they shall bo pleased to do
voto an ovoning for tho bonefit of
any local charity.
When you aro down on your
luck and feel ns if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary," just stop
into the Criterion saloon and put a
roso-colored tint on everything by
imbibing a glass of Seattle
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Uorgstroui, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, JIasonio Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repaiiing. HfiT" Tolo
Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Exhilaration, enjoy mcntnnd
effervescence of spirits arc
the laughter of the constitu
tion. The liver, which sets
the whole mechanism of man
at woik at times becomes
toipid; it is then that Pabst
Malt Extract, tho "Best"
Tonic, produces that healthful
activity which rcactsupon tho
whole system and gives n
lifting, strengthening sensa
tion, by seeking tho place
which needs it most. With
its invigorating influence, the
"Best" Tonic will give
courage for any undui taking,
and obstacles will seom but a
joyous test of energy.
Hobron Drug Co
Sell tho "Best" Tonic.
IHiM tl'llini'.S IM.AY.
Tin- Iriimutli miccom of tlir Two
Continents Coming: tu Honolulu.
Arraugomouts have been com
pleted whereby tho greatest suc
cess of tho age, Du Manner's
famous play, "Trilby," will bo
presouted in this city by A. M.
Palmei's great dramatic company,
which mado it so popular in Now
York and Boston. The compauy
is now en route to Honolulu and
will arrive by tho Mariposa, duo
here on tho 17th inst. Thoro will
bo but ono performance; seats
will bo on sale next Thursday
morning at the llouron Drug Lo.
Tho play of " Trilby " is a grand
BuccesB. It has become as popu
lar as the book. It was thought
that " Trilby " was ill-adapted to
stage representation, that tho
popularity of tho book was due to
its delightful dialogue, its charm
ing description of lifo in Bohe
mia its olaboratoly developed
studies of character, so elaborate
aB to bo impossible of condensa
tion into tho limits of a play, and
that it was generally lacking in
dramatio possibilities. Tho fal
lacy of this popular belief has been
mado very ovidont by tho great
Buccoss of Paul M. Potter's clever
dramatization which has alroady
astounded tho theatre-going pub
lic in all tho cities in the United
m m m
Tucro was an old maid as sick as sick could
Doctor said the trouble, was drlnklnj; com
Recommended "Salvation Aiimt Biund,"
When, Oil, u bat Joy to till.
It quickly mined her from licr bed,
Iloth stiouj; ami sound and null.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Polo Agont in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Mo
inorial mixturo, Young Hyson
and Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and etcollonco of
The Beretania Street
Will bo opened liy
WEDNESDAY, Pept 0th, 1800. t01.3t
A I.ndy recently arrhcil nould like a posi
tion in lamll) ns housekeeper or any other
kind of Keiunil work. Best of reference from
8an Krunclfco. Apply to Mrs. Jennie Uerry,
at Mra. Evans' on Klne Btrcot near Alakcn.
The following Drnftn hnve heon stolon
from J. O. Jo nen, Ktikiiihnelo, Hiiwuii, and
payment Btoiipcd: Apnl .'1'Jtli, No, '-!S.'I, in
f,wor of W. South for ?70j Ahr. 'JUli, No.
530 iu favor of T. K. l.ulukui for 5180.05;
both drawn by liciliu "Miutr Mill.
F. A.HOIlAlH'int A" (JO,
THE Al STKAMBHri
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
l'Olt TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Wc.lttesilny, Mepi. flh,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Tho HtiilcrsiKiicil nro now prewired to
issno Through Tiakctti from this City to all
point in tho United BtatoH.
ptTror further particulars regarding
Frolght or Passngo, apply to
Wm. G.IIlWIN&Co'., L'r,
399 4 1 General Agents.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
II - WlCKftl -
At Tracy's Hall,
Saturday, Sept. 12th,
At 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Ticker, - Si .50.
J0ff Obtainable from MemlwrH of tho
Club, tho Elito lie Creuin Parlors, or tho
Golden Itulo Itazaar. iOMw
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Olllccs and Stores fitted up and
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WOTCK.
rr Olllce and Shop: No. 0U Fort street,
adjoluliiK Y. W. Wrist's Carriage Shop.
Y.M.C.A, Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will uontinuo
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classen will bo nrirnnlrcd In llook-kceplnij,
Klimuilnr) and Adtanced ahnithund, 'lype
urltltiKi Vocal und Instrumental Music, tho
Ilaunllan Language. Heading, WrltliiB, otc.
AU Cltic are Inu to members; to othcra u
fee of $1 ulll bu eliared.
at' For further Information, read our
p.imphl" t or ring ili 1J7. 397-liu
Building and Loan ilociation
Tho ltuulur Monthly Mooting
will be hold nt tho Chnmbor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
JNG. Septombor 7, 1890, nt 7:30
ESCl'aymonts aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
A. W. SEABUEY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Noxt to tho Woman's ExchnriRO.
Hring in your billH, thoy will ho promptly
ntteudml to. Ttlophono 0.r)!)j 1'. O. Itox 130.
The Evcniny Bulletin, 75 cents
S fmfliuSJ 3a
N. S. SACHS'
520 lorfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustro, just tho thing for evoning
droHSOS, only 20 ocnts 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 gunrantcod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria nnd Persian lnwn, dimities
in stripos and nlaids, nnnookn, mulls, uwiss muslins,
fancy plaid and striped win to goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fino White Muslin in open work. Bointiful Pattern,
A great stock of .......
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
JKST Wo expect within ton days a groat and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
fiuost Corsot mado. . .
We Arc Now.
Selling a Special
Mado to Roraody tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of tho Favorite
Revere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dustors,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A 16 tO 1 Shot!
Old Prices Busted 1
Now Ones Prevail 1
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Wavcrloy Block, Hotel Street.
0- Shirts Mado to Order.
of Thoso Formorly Used Horo.
ke an Outing
Trains will leuyoat 9:15 A. m,
and 1M5 r. M., nrrivinp in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Claw 2d Class
Pearl City $ 76 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnno 1 50 1 25
For Sale or Lease
House and I-iOtI
On tho corner of Victoria nnd Green
r-TT Apply to
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