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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBEE 9, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Two furnished rooms
Henry Holmes lms
attornoy lor Jii. U. Winston.
The Board of Health will bo in
woekly session this afternoon.
Co. Q will moot without .uni
form for business this evening.
Six Japanese havo boon arrested
this morning for running a chofa
A. V. Qoar has a notice ns ad
ministrator of the ostato of La-
The Board of Dirootors of the
Myrtlo Boat Club will havo a
mooting this evening.
"NV. D. Aloxander,.Jr., lias ro
signnd tho position of book-koepor
for tho Bishop Estate.
Tho rpgnlar meeting of tho
Board of Education takes placo
this aftornoon at 2:30.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort street,
from S1.00 per week up.
Tho old subject of government
appointments was discuesed at
tho American Leaguo meeting last
A block of 100 shares of Hawai
ian Electric Light Company's
stock changed hands in tho last
fow days at $122.50.
XA Japanese desortor from Ewa
plantation, undor sontcnco by the
District Judgo of that place, was
sont to tho roef today.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons call at
tention to fresh importations of
Paris tmd New York dress goods,
for which they invito inspection.
Senator G. N. Wilcox loft for
Kauai last night. Owing to tho
quantity of lato freight offoring
tho Mikahala did not get away
until nearly 0 o'clock.
A dance is to be given in honor
of Miss Dulanoy by tho Amoiioan
Ministor and Mrs. WilliB, this
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Busses will call for such persons
as will notify Mr. Pain, returning
nt 12:30 a. m.
Creole, tho celobratod stallion,
which is still at Honolulu, has
added to his laurels recently
through tho surprising time mado
"by cno of his fino colts, Javoliu,
four years of ago. At tho recent
racing .tournamont at Willows,
California, Javelin paced and won
ihree straight heats in 2:14, 2:14 J
and 2rl3J, tho fastest milo evor
paced on that maguiGcent race
There was an old maid as sick as sick could
'Docjpr said the troublo was drinking com
Recommended "Salvation Aniir Bkand,"
When, Oh, what Joy to toll,
" It quickly raised her from her bed,
'Both strong and sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocory,
is appointed Polo Agent in the
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
'30 cent $lb. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Young. Hysqn
and Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
ohoapucss and oxcollonco of
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
' UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Last ovouing's Star soos lit to ou
logiso tho sooallod Hustcd Direc
tory, saying: "In appearance and
every detail tho book is a typogra
phical beauty." Poge 0 Iwiloiis
spelled "Iwiler." Page 13, tho
schooner Haleakala was lost nearly
two years ago. How about tho folio
pages jumping from 92 to 98 ?
How about tho word lf Lubrica
ting " on tho back covor pngo ?
A. fino map is attached to oaoh
book, but tho Star neglected
to Btato that it was printed in
1892. "Tho local advertising is
quito liberal and tho cards aro
well displayed and well printed.
In regard to this, tho abovo errors
aro pointed to, and they aro only
a few out of many.
Tho riiiiuieiul Crlklit.
That'tho effects of tho financial
crisis in tho Unitod States aro be
ginning to bo felt hero is shown
in the caro with which locul law
yers aro drawing all documents to
Boouro the navmeut of mouev.
Ono prominent lawyer inserts tho
. ,i , 11 . .
following oliMBQ in all notes in
Wlliell Ills Clients aro Ultoresteil:
'Triucipiil ,(i interest payaoio
only in gold com ol tho United
states ot Amoriua ot uio present
.standard of woight and fineness."
AROUND TIIK IIOAT HOIWKN.
Continued from 1st Page.
Each entry shall includo tho
namo of tho boat, or if it has
none, tho name of tho porson who
enters it in. tho race.
" For further information apply
to tho chairman, Mr. Walter E.
Wall, or secretary.
In addition to tho abovo pro
gram it is understood tho Myrtlo
club will celobrato tho opening
of tho addition to their olubhouso
with a danco in tho oveniug, and
thoro will probably bo a social
gathering at tho Healaui quarters
ICnclilPt llndrr 3uiirt)lniiftlili Kie
lilolnnl'x Null Mnliitnlnnl.
Judge Perry has appointed
Sidney Turner as guardian of tho
person oL ivacmol Maun, tuo
famous little citcuB rider, under
bond of S250. Kachiol's ngo is
given as twelvo years or there
abouts. Tho bill for nccouut of Queen
Dowager Kapiolani against L. K.
Puahi, w., was demurred to on tho
ground that thoro waB an adequato
remedy at law. Judgo Cartor has
rendered a decision over-ruling
tho demurrer holding that equity
has jurisdiction in a caso of this
kind. Dofoudant was agent of tho
Queon Dowager and was dis
charged, the cause being that
sho did not mako a truo return of
her collections. Sho filed an ac
tion at law for pay for collect
ing 841,48-1.73, whilo tho books
produced showod that she only
charged horsolf with $34,153.18.
Castle for plaintiff; Mogoon &
I Edings for defendant.
Xlieo. li. Davies & Co. by their
attorneys, Thurston & Stanley
havo perfected thoir appeal to a.
jury agaiuBt Judgo Carter's deci
sion allowing the claim of II. W.
Schmidt & Sons against M. S.
Levy, a bankrupt.
i'omck court items.
Jncli Tliniiipunii ilrtH Nix IUnntliv oil
In the District Court this morn
ing Judge do la Vergno found
Jack Thompson guilty of being
found unlawfully on tho promises
of another at night and sentenced
him to six months at hard labor
and to pay costs amounting to
S3.30, which was tho full extent of
the law. Attornoy Bobortson for
the defendant gave notico of ap
peal to tho Circuit Court, but as
no bond was filed theroon Thomp
son was Bont over to tho roef be
Tho charge of soiling liquor
without a license against G. S.
Houghtailing wns postponed to
tho 11th and tho embezzlomeut
case against 11. Kamaka until tho
Yong Tai and Piilani were fined
S3 and costs each for fighting in
Fujinaka was found guilty of
boing a common nuisance in
throwing dirty water into tho
street ami was allowed to go with
Ah Sing, charged with forcibly
cutting certain hair from tho head
of another Chinese, pleaded not
guilty and will bo tried on tho
I'ort Surveyor lor llilo.
Arthur Johnstono has received
his commission as Port Sur
veyor for tho port of Hilo, but
has not yet decided whon ho will
leavo for his now post.
Daily Bulletin, 75o. per month.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED HOOMS
(or rent, singly or en suite. Kent mode
rnto. Apply at No. 4 Emma street, near
The undersigned Inning been nppoint? d
Administrator of the Estate of Lahaina,
lato of Honolulu, OnUu, d:consod, by order
of tho Honorable A. I'erry, second Judge
of tho Circnit Court, First Cirouit, horeby
notifies all persons having claims against
said estate to present the samo with
vouchers duly authenticated if any exists,
ovon thongh the samo bo secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to mm nt ins oiiice,
' Np-," King afreet, Honolulu, Onhn.
I within six months from tho date hereof, or
, gnoU ollmi(wm ta forcer birred, All
powons iudobted to wiid oatuto are notified
, to jviy suouacms io me uncuiwqno.
, A(lmlnistrator cum
A. V. OKAH,
f the Huto of Ulwum
. Dated Honolulu, 8i-t iitli, l8'.u. 4o:i.nt,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Aasouitcnr w sbs.
Exhilaration, enjoy mcntnnd
oflbrvcsccnco of spirits arc
tho laughter of tho constitu
tion. The liver, which sots
tho whole mechanism of man
at work, at times becomes
torpid; it is then that Pabst
Malt Extract, tho "Best"
Tonic, produces that healthful
activity which roactsupon tho
whole system and gives a
lifting, strengthening sensa
tion, by seeking tho place
which needs it most. With
its invigorating influence, tho
"Best" Tonic will give
courage for any undertaking,
and obstacles will seem but a
joyous test of enorgy.
Hobron Drug Co
Sell the "Best" Tonic.
What with canaigre, coft'ee
and sugar plantations and rico
as on issuo the demand for
plantation tools is growing
apace. The clearing of coffee
land requires more, tools, or as
many, at least as preparing
land for cane. Every first
class store should carry a
stock of theui but not all of
them do. Ours is as complete
in these iines as others, and
there is nothing in the lino of
Plantation Tools as everything
else you know what that
Then there's tho price. Our
method of buying means low
price in selling. Wo havo a
small profit that satisfies us
and you. For Hoes, of every
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho place. Wo aro
prepared to fill any order from
a single article to a hundred
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Attention, Company G-.
AltMOKY CoMrAN'Y Q, N. G. II.,
Honolulu, riepterabor 0, 1800. j
EVEUY MEMBER OP THIS COM
puny Is hereby ovdrrod to report
nt tho Drill Sliud, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, Septi-nibrr 0, IS'JO. t
7:30 o'clock, for Rublneiss Meeting.
JOHN M. KEA,
1U3-U Captain Commanding.
tU3 .. -
m r we
FOUND DEAD IN DKD.
Jintt ve Niirciltub to tin- i:irccU ot Too
much Snnttpniirr ttln.
Muula, a nativo aged about 45
years, residing at Kikihalo
was found dead in bed
this morning by his wife.
Muula colobraled ex - queen
Liliuokalaui's birthday a week
ago today and has not boon sober
since, neither has ho eaton any
thing to speak of. Ho wound up
his celebration last night by
drinking a wholo bottlo of sand-
fiapor giu and going to bod holp
Wlien his wifo started to got up
this morning sho found howaB ly
ing doad by her side.
Tho Marshal's oflico was noti
fied, and Dr. Emerson wont out
and examined tho dead man. His
report was bucIi that an inquest
wob doomed unnecessary The
doceasod leaves soveral children.
Kroeger Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Wnrorooms nt
n wnK0 Mnsn;n Mvnin nf.
V M Lot Ot UJ.UOW1UU XUU1'IU .- I
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing nud repairing. 6 Tele
Tho Criterion Saloon iB a
pleasant place to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho puro,
cold Soattlo boor on draught
thoro. It mako3 ono's mustache
curly and puts new life into tho
a CO -S
tr. mmmm j
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposlto Lovo's Bakery on
Nuuanu -: Street,
Where lie will onter immediately Into the
work of Taking l'ioturcs. Sir. Hevorin has
hud years of experience at this branch and
has always mot with success in it.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to tho Woman's Exchange
Bring in your bills, they will bo promptly
attouded to. Telephouo 650; O. Box 430.
Tho following Droits have been stolen
from J, G. Jones, Kuknihaelo, Hawaii, and
payment stoppods Apiil HOtb, No. 283, in
hvor of W. South for $70j Aug. 2ih. No.
C30 in favor of T. K. Lalukea for $160.05;
both drawn by lVcifio Hurw Mill.
Draft No. 17i5 for $51.00 in silver.
ImuiiI ly Unimnmulu l'liintntlon, Knu
nl. Drawn liy U. llaokfelil k Co., in
favor of Yokolmma Specie Bunk, L'd.
Bulletin, 75 cents
i -per month.
N. S. SACHS
520 ITorfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustro, just tho thing for evoning
drossos, only 20 oonts a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, blnok and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioco, containing 1G yards and giiornntcod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria and Persian lawn, dimities
in stripos and plaids, nnneookH, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and striped whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fine White Muslin in opon
A great stook of
. Valenciennes Laces ..
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B" "NVo expect within ton ilnys a groat nnd now stock o
D dh G CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This ia known td bo tho
finest orsot mndo. . .
We Are Now.
Selling a Special
Mado to Eemody tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoico of thd Favorite
Beyere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feathor Dusters,
Brushes in Great Variety, Shelf Hardware,
and, Another Consignment of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A 16 to 1 Shot!
Old Prices Busted 1
Now Ones Prevail
I, LEVINCtSTOH, - - llanaeer.
Waverloy Block-, Eotol Street.
TI - ITiJ
of Thoso Formorly Ufiod Horo.'
Take an Outing
Trains will lenveat 9:15 x.w.
andl'ASv. M., nrrivinp; in llonc
lulu itt 3:11 nnd 5:C5 r. u.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Claes 2d cW
Penrl City $ 75 9 CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Witinmio 1 50 1 25
For Sale or Lease
Trlouse and Lot!
On tbo corner of Victoria mul (Irecn
Btrcctn. ' '
:r Apply to
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