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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
B. C. A. Potorsou'a oflico is 312
Saturday's official basoball
Mr. Ewing has Dr. Herbert's
powor of attorney.
Toraplur, has a stated mooting to
night. Fothor L. D. Conrardy, former
ly of Molokai; is visiting friends
in San Francisco.
Tarn McOrew, who loft on tho
Australia yesterday, will study
medicine in Now York.
Tho next mail from tho Coast is
due hoio by tho Miowera from
Vancouver on tho lulu.
Captain McPhail and family, of
tho wrecked Gainsborough, left
for tho Coabt yesterday.
Hoy Oliiu was fined SCO by
Judgo do la Vorguo this morning
for having opium iti possesion.
Col. Georgo W. Macfarlutio and
j. wifo woro among thoso who
f loft on tho Australia yestorday.
A full account of tho oleetion
returns from tho Sdito of Ver
mont will be fonud on tho second
Tho ontiro police force ib order
ed to turn out on Sunday morn
ing at 9 o'clock for inspection and
Great Britain pays tho Contin
ent upward of 1-1,000,000 for
sugar annually, and grows not an
A largo number of tho frieudB
of Dr. Herbert and wifo wore
present at tho departure of tho
At a meeting of tho Bonid of
., Dirootors last night, several now
! membors were elected to the Myr
1 tlo Boat Club.
Eov. Dr. Dillo is giving an il
lustrated lecture on "An Islaud
Parudiso," moaning Hawnii-uoi,
in San Fiaucisco, as a. lesult of
hiB recent visit to tho islands.
Ah Sing, who was arrested yes
torday for forcibly cutting off
sonio hair from tho head of au
' other Colostial, was fined SI and
costs this morning in tho polico
A great many of tho friends of
ox-dotectivo Gub Hammer have
been inquiring for him at tho po
lico station this morning, but
Hammer is well on his way to
A mathematician has computed
tho movements of a rider's feet
while working a bioyclo, and has
demonstrated that it requires less
exertion to travel fifteen miles on
n bicyolo than to walk three mileB.
San Francisco is having a visit
from a grand circus aggregation,
being no loss than Foropaugh's
and Sells' shows combined. Its
menagorio is tho greatest feature,
thero being fifty cages of animals.
Throe Japancso were sent over
from Kahuku plantation this
morning to tho hotel on tho reof.
(Thoy woro awarded throe months
imprisonmonteaoh by tho Kahuku
magistrate for assault aud battery.
" Tho solo arrest m'ado this fore
noon was that of a Chinaman who
is charged by his wifo with bat
tery. The husband says his wifo
battered horsolf by running
against an opon door in a hurry
and striking her forehead.
Tho steamer Miiko Maru, pion
eor of the N. Y. K. lino, had a
grand popular reception on her
arrival ut Soattlo from Yokohama
via Honolulu on August 31.
Twonty thousand people turned
out to eeo tho vessel como in. Tho
Japanoso Consul gavo a banquet
in tho evening.
Tho Chronicle of tho 30th ult.
has tho followiug, barring its
wrong spelling of names: " A.
Marques of Honolulu, who was
formerly a member of tho Hawai
ian Cabinot undor the Royalist
rulo, is a guost at tho Grand. Mr.
Marques, who is president of tho
Aloha branch of thoThoosophical
Society at Houolulu, will speak
beforo Golden Gato Lodge of
tho Thoosophical Society in Native
SonB' Hall this ovoning." Mr.
Marques was a leading member o
tho Legislature, but novor in tho
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
flakes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Gtortr For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Geo. H. Holt is Hiu now luna
to take up estrays in this district.
Tondors for cattlo for tho Lopor
Settlement are invited by tho
Board of Health.
Just arrived 1 Star waists, 75
conts and one dollar at "Tho
Kash," AVaverly Block.
J. F. Brown gives notico of
avaihiblo lands in Puna for pur
chase loasoB and cash freeholds.
A d. "M "Rnlmrfanr. lina f1nrf
Clunoy's power of attorney, and '
Louis Marks will collect rents for
Manager Dillingham of tho
Oahu Railway will escort a party
of visitors to the Waianao coffoo
plantations on Saturday.
0. Ilaeslop, who makes a speci
alty of grinding and sharpening
all kinds of tools, has a card in
this issuo. Ho may bo found at
tho corner of Merchant and
Tho first information of tho
death of R. J. Greene, custodian
of tho Executivo Building and
groundB,wa8 convoyed by Husted's
Direotoiy of 189(3-7. Of course
it is only a mistake, but a peculiar
The Queen Victoria colobration
will take placo on September 23 un
der tho auspices of tho Sons of St.
George. On that evening sho will
lmvo reigned ouo day longer than
any of her predecessors. There
will bo n grand ball and social
I at Independence park. Tickets
can on ooiainon ai mo uows stores
and Goldon Rulo Bazaar.
On Saturday next tho Honolulu
Cricket Club will hold their third
social "smoker" at Tracy's hall,
corner Fort and Hotol Btreets. A
very pleasant time, similar to tho
two first events, is anticipated, and
tlm management assuro us that
visitors will not bo disappointed.
A grand good time may bo lookod
forward to; sone, speeches, con
versations and, m fact, a general
all-round good time.
Tlieioungan old maid as sick ns sick could
Doctor said the troublo hub drinking com
Recommended "Sat.vatiov Aiimt Biund,"
Wheu, Oh, wliat Joy to tell,
It qulckl raised licr from her bed,
Both strong aud sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocery,
is appointed Polo Agent in tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent 41b. packages. His Me
I.. i j .I i
morial mixture, loung Hyson
and Jupan, 25 conts, unrivaled for
Advices by way of Victoria bIiow
that tho O. & O. S. S. Gaelic,
bound for San Francisco via Ho
nolulu, was actually crowded on
to what n known as Boacon rock
in Shimonoseki channel. The
channel was crowded with vessels,
principally junks, which will not
clear tho course for oven tho
largest steamers. Tho Gaelic ran
one junk down and when anothor
fouled her and was sinking tho
steamor wus stopped. As sho was
drifting dangerously inshore,
orders wore given to got uuder
way but too late. Although not
undor way sho Btruck hard enough
to fracturo several of her plates,
and an examination showed that
thero was water in all throo com
partments. Sho was floated about
throo hours after striking and
after being beached was pumped
dry and tho cargo discharged.
Tho Nagasaki drydook being in
uso, tho Gaelic was patched up
and was to havo been sent to
Hongkong for repairs.
Irnu Work Itevltcd.
John Noill, tho veteran machi
nist,has juBt bought an interest in
tho Phoenix foundry and machine
shop and, together with Robert
Catton, will manage that concern,
which from a small and insignifi
cant start has grown to propor
tions which place it in tho first
class as a manufacturing institu
tion. Mr. Noill has had a largo
number of years' exporionce as a
machinist and workor in every
kind of metal. Tho now company
are prepared to handle every va
riety of contract in their lino of
business and in tho best poBsiblo
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant ami lllohards Ftreots.
;.'7" Sharpens Tools aud Cuttlne; Knives,
Grinds Suralcol Instruments to Order, Files
8.ws, etc., etc. 101-tf
Highost of all in Leavening Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
Ilorois atrutn you should
know. A truth for tho
weary mind. If you lake
you will drop of! to restful
slumber tho minuto your
head touches tho pillow. It
quiets the nerves, lounds the
form, builds, braces and lifts
the body and brnin from
weakness to powor. It gives
youthful vigor. Insist on
having Pabst's r,Bcst" Tonic.
For salo by tho bottlo,
dozen or cask (8 dozen) by
Continued from J,lh Paijc.
tho principal news items recoived
by tho Empress of China on hor
arrival from tho Oriental ports.
Much alarm was felt at Yokoha
ma on Sept. 2 and over meagro re
ports of a disastrous earthquake
in the northeast provinces of tho
main island of Japan.
The provinces visited by tho
earthquake are the sumo as thoso
devastated by tho terrible earth
quake and tidal wavo of Juno 15th
last, when a large number of
towns wore wiped out aud tho
estimated loss of life wus 30,000.
SCOURGE OF AUBTIULIA.
The tick pest is again causing
trouble in Australia. Exports of
hides havo been almost entirely
prohibited in some colonies, aud
tho torriblo disastor which haB
overcome tho shoep trade haB
worked almost incalculable harm.
In Queensland aud other places
all meat-houues will bo closed
down and tho squartters ruined.
GOLD CRAZE IN CANADA.
Thousands of mon havo Hocked
to the British Columbia gold
mineB from all partB of Canada.
Laborers of little or no means
havo beep sadly disappointed in
not meeting the high wageB they
expected. Rossland has grown
from a few log shanties eighteen
months ago to bo a town of 5000
inhabitants, with water works,
electric lights, etc. A house aud
lot which a year ago sold tor
$1500 now brings iu SloOO a
M. A. Pfixoto, proprietor of tho
Union harbor shop, next to tho
Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
shavo that will make your linir
ourl with joy.
During my nbsence from Honolulu, Mr.
A. G, M. ltobortson will net for me uuder
full power of attorney. Mr Lonm Marks
is authorized to receipt for routs due me.
J. O. CLUNGY.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1800. 404 3t
During Mr. Boardraan's nbbouce, Mr.
Ewing will have charge of my books and
atlend to nil colleoliuuH. 1 Iu can bo found
eltbcrat Mr. Bourdmnn's oflico at Oguru it
Co.'b or at my office.
335-tf DR. HERIlEtlT.
For Sale or Lease
House and I-.ot!
On tbo corner of Victoria and Green
RT Apply to
3S'.-tf ARTHUR HARRISON.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
NT. LOUI rOLIitCJK.
Annoyance by Dilatory Jflat onionlN
of Itiilltlluaa ami Debrli.
St. Louis College opened
on Monday with 401
pupils and haB now about 480.
Brother Bertram tho principal
and his confreres woro subjected
to great causo of voxation by tho
subordinates and contractors of
tho Bureau of Public "Works. A
roquost had been preferred
iu advance that tho moving of
house.-?, in connection with tho
change of bod of Nuuauu stream,
should bo dono before tho open
ing of school, as might easily
Yet tho first day tho main on
trauco was blocked up with a
houso on rollers, and carriages
arriving with pupils had groat
difficulty iu reaching tho grounds.
Even the second day tho obstruc
tion was if anything worse. An
other thing Bro. Bertram askod
was that a lot of broken gla?s
should bo removed from a place
of deposit whore it ondangorcd
tho foot of tho poor boys of tho
fieo department who cannot
afford to wear shoos. TIiJb request
was also neglected, with tho result
that a lad sustained a sevoro cut
in the foot yesterday.
Tho Brothers aro well-known
for thoir amiable dispositions, but
in view of tho facts here related
they can hardly bo blamed if
angry. Among frieudB of the
school tho question is being ask
ed: Would tho Government havo
allowed such a state of affairs
oxiht with regard to any of tho
public schools, or Kamohamoha,
or Punahou, or Kawaiuhao ? If
not, then, what becomes of tho
golden rule in tho keeping of the
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. UEOitaE and British Sub
jects and frionds generally, in
honor of tho fact that Queon Vic
toria has been bo privileged, that,
bIio has reigned over tho British
Empire longor than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Indopondonco Hall, King
Soptembor 25, 189G.
Graud March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, $1.00; to bo had nt tho
News Stores and tho Goldon Rulo
EST All cars will run on quar
ter hour service aftor 7 p. m. and
Busses will remain to tho laBt. .
Efficient Committees havo
charge of all arrongomouts in
By older of Committee.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for ovoning
drossos, only 20 oonts a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bluck and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a piece, containing 16 yards and guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complote, Victoria nnd Persian liwn, dimitioH
in stripes and plaids, imnnookH, mulls, swiss muslins,
fnncy plaid and stiipad whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino White Munliu in opon work. Bountiful Patterns,
A great Block of ........
. Valenciennes Laces
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B Wo expect within ton days a great and now stock of
D & G COSSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
ThiB is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
We Are Now
Selling a Special
wuju lviNii ju
Mado to Kornody tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of the Favorite
Beyere : 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.
75c. and $1.00
I. LEYINGSTON, '- Manager,
Wavorloy Block, HoteLStreet.
gr Shirts Made to Order.
Cs Reveoe V3ft
fcl Rubber F
ra!. Co. icaf
of Thoso Formorly Ucod Horo.
lifts received a largo consignment of
Frenoh. v Claret v Wine
gW Ex "Miowern." Best Wine in the
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to tbe Woman's Exclinuge.
llring in your bills, they will bo promptly
attended to. Telephone 059; 1'. O. Uox 430.
Daring my nbsonco from the Ilnweilan-i'
IslnmlH, Mr. Hwing 'will havo chargo of
my affairs, and can 1 found at my office.
404-lw Alaltea Btrtet.
Power of Attorney,
Mr. Henry Ilolmos will art for me under,
power of lUtornov, duilng my ubseuco from
the Itenub'.io of Hawnii.
E. 0. WINSTON.
Dutttl Sept. tl, 1S0C. 403 lw