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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Soo notico regarding S. S. Aztec.
Saturday will be a legal holi
day. Tlio program for Regatta Day
ia printed in this paper.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. evoning school
commences on Monday uext.
Tho S. N. Castle takes away six
pnssongers for San Francisco.
Rov. T. D. Garvin and wife will
leave on tho Alameda on Thurs
day. Both tcamB for Saturday's ball
gamo aro practicing hard this
Miss S. P. Bimio returned
from tho Orient on tho Doric laut
TboU. S. S. Adams will not
snil for Lahnina until Sunday
Col. Norris, F. Buohhnlt. and
E. Kopko left on tho Hull this
Tho charge of ouibezzlomont
against Robort Kunmku lmo been
Tho annual consumption of
sako in Japan amounts to HO,
A notico appears olsewhero oE
tho Roman Catholic Sunday
schools for girls.
Tho American League and Sous
of Veterans have regular business
Emma square was tilled to over
flowing last night with peoplo
listening to tho music.
Mrs. R. F. Bickoriou and son
wore among returning paspotigors
by tho Doric last night.
The assault and battery charge
against Antonio Gingding has
been set for trial on Friday.
Tho yacht Coronet has sailed
from Yokohama for San Francis
co and may touch at this port.
Fred Whitney and wifo wore
among the departing passengers
by tho W. G. Hall this morning.
Tho ladies of the W. O. T. U.aro
holding a meeting in tho Central
Union church parlors this after
noon. Rov. T. D. and Mrs. Gnrvin will
bo given a farewell reception at
tho Christian church tomorrow
Have yon secured your reserved
seats for tho Trilby potformanco
which comes off eithor tomorrow
or Thursday night.
Tho assignoo's salo of bankrupt
Btock belonging to tho estato of
M. S. Levy has boon postponed
until further notico.
Look Kim, arrested yesterday
for non-paymoutof personal taxes,
lias been discharged, ho having
settled up with tho Tax Collector.
Most of tho shoos worn in
Japan are mado of straw or wood.
In tho entire country thoro is but
ono factory where leather shoes
No. 8 of the papers of tho Ha
waiian Historical Society has boon
received. It is "Honolulu in 1817
and 1818," by James Huuuowoll
In London thoro aro forty
restaurants in which only vege
table food is served. Thoro aro
several peoplo in Honolulu who
live almost entirely on vegetable
Among tho imports by tho
Doric from China woro several
cases of duck oggs. Tho eggs aro
packod iu black mud, and soma
which wero brokon on tho wharf
woro as fresh as if nowly laid.
Not an island has risen or Bunk
from sight in tho Pacific Ocean in
thirty-four years, and geologists
Bay that naturo is resting for a
future mighty effort. A geologist
prodicts that within fifty years a
convulsion of naturo will sink tho
whole of Now Zealand fifty feet
bolow tho suvfaco of tho sea.
Japanese officer Toma has been
doing a laud officer business to
day. Early this morniug ho cap
tured two JapanoBodosertorsfrom
Ewa aud took thorn back to tho
plantation, thereby gaining a re
ward of $10 each. Lator on ho
arrostod four Japanese outside
tho police Blation for having chofa
tickets in their possession.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Ann Other Known Brand.
Auk Yirnr (irorer Vor It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Soap was not mado in England
Next Saturday's ball gamo will
bo tho gamo of tho season.
A nativo and a Chiuaraan were
arrested this morning for running
a chofa gamo.
Messrs. Bliss and Frederick
and three other passongers loavo
on tho Albert today for the
W. TT. Babbitt linn bonn nlnn.ind
captaiu nud J. L. Howard busi-'
uoss managor of tho Itinahou
Jas. F. Morgan will sell under
distraint of rout, on October 1, at
10 a. in., tho ontiro Btock of sec
ond hand goods from tho store of
Tho work of fitting up tho new
store of B. F. Elders & Co. on
Bethel street will take somo
two weoka loucor. It will bo tho
handsomest store room in town
: when complotecl.
Tho Doric brought 180 contract
Chinese On tho 25th tho China
will bring 400 more. About tho
middlo of October a Japanese
Bteamer will bring 700 contract
Japanese recruited by G. E.Doard
mnn. Count MutBU, who recently visit
ed Honolulu in search of health,
will likely tako a trip to Sinca
poro for tho samo purpose. His
son has recoutly boon appointed
secretary of legation at Washing
son, and has already left Japan
for hiB now post.
Officer Haumea in attempting
to arrest a drunken JapaueBO last
night called in David Kaalunu to
his assistance. During tho meleo
Kaalunu was stabbed twice in
tho back with a pocket knifo by
tho Japanese HiB wounds woro
dressed by Dr. Emerson and found
not to bo dangerous. Tho Jap is
F. P. Konada, tho Japaneso
Immigration Inspector, loft on
tho Hall this morning for Lahai
na, whore ho goes to inquire into
certain complaints against Japa
neso contract laborers who aro
charged by plantation managors
with habitual la.iuess. It is said
that his visit will result in about
fifty laborers being returned to
SingorB lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
conduction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
I learning and convenience of ar
rangement. U. iJorgorsen, agent,
King and Bethel stroots.
Tlicro was an old maid as sick an sick could
Doctor said tlie troulilo was drinking com
Uccommumled "Sammtion- Aumv Bhand,"
Wlieo, Oh, what Joy to lull.
It quickly mfecil her from her bed,
Iloth stroiii: and 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 cont Jib. packages. His Mo-
morial mixture, Young Hyson
aud Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
choapnesB and ocollouco of
l'ubllc notice U hereby j;l en that tho un
dersigned Kaplolnnl has dUtiuluedund levied
upon the following mods and cha'tels, the
property of U. linn Mm, for rent due by the
said O. Hawkins to tho said Kaplolanl, and
In arrear to the amount of four hundred and
sevcnty-llvo dollars v J75.ini), for reut of cer
tain premises situate on Kim; street, Hono
lulu, Oahu, to .lt:
Household good's, cniHatlni; of refreglra
tors, vaseline oil aud wood stoves, cook
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Irou, walnut
and Koa bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
nlllco desk, rocking chairs, Japanese cabi
net, water colors, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bouls,
cushions straw mattresses, lamps, spring
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hnlr mattresses, portlers, hat racks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus, Also, carpenters' tools
confuting of squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, chisels, saus, augers, adzes. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and farriers tools.
Also, lot of Juwefiy contesting of clocks,
watches, scarf pliiB, chains, earrings, cutf
buttons, coins, silver creeps. Also, a
lot of musical Instruments, consisting
oflunlos, drums, violins, hows, etc; also lot
ot clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; also a lot of
miscellaneous aitleles consisting of pol
pounders, wire dress frames, carriage springs,
ice saws, bhovels, hooks, piano stools, qua
draut, parlor rllle, revolvers, canes, saddles,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
gruphs, shot pouches and powder llasks,
brackets, curios, curtain poles.biby carrlago,
corn), h'tlr, dumbbells, Indian clubs, bllugs,
birdcages, glassware, sewing machine, tho
whole (constituting the entlro stock of sec
ond hand goods lately In the store of the said
Hawkins at the corner of King and Alakea
streets. And notice Is further given that said
goods and chattels will be cold at public
auction at the auction room of Jos I' Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu, 11 I, on
THURSDAY. October 1st, 18!M, at 10 o'clock
a m, to satisfy the rent due and In arrear as
aforujld on the abo dccrlbed.
Ily her nttoinejs, .1 Alliul Mugomi fc W 8
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Highest of nil in Leavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
U a medic
to try on the
that it is a
pure, wholesome .soap.
Fcls & Co., Philadelphia,
aro ono of tho largest toilet
soap manufacturers in the
world. Wo asked them to
make us a really excellent
medicinal soap. Wo told
them that it mu.st be better
than any soap on tho market.
They guaranteed to do it.
We now oll'ur you this soap
feeling asuicd that it possesses
rare medicinal qualities want
ing in other advertised "medi
You an; a judge of soap
that is, you soon discover
whether it keeps the 'kin
smooth and .- nguir.ble to
us). Now wo want our
,' Sliln Soap.
....TO UK HEM) IN ....
Saturday, Sept. 19, 1896,
Commencing at 9 a. m.
1 YACHT EAOE. First class.
First prizo, $50; secoud, $25.
2-FOUlt - OARED SHELL
RACE. Prizo, S30.
3 TUB RAOE. Prize, $5.
d SWIMMING RACE. Prize,
5-STEAMER BOATS RACE.
First prize, $25; second, $15;
RACE. First prize, $10; sec
7 FOUR - OARED SLIDINO
SEAT BARGE RAOE. Prize,
8 TUG OF-WAR FOR SHORE
BOATS. Prize, $5.
9-YACHT RAOE. Second
Class. First prize, $10; secoud,
SEAT BARGE RAGE. Prize,
11 DIVING CONTEST. Prize,
12-OANOE SAILING RACE.
First prizo, $10; second, $o.
13-FIVE - OARED WHALE
BOAT RAOE. First prize, $10;
11-T WO - OARED SHORE
BOATS. Prizo, $10.
Races open to all; no entry
fees. Swimming, diviugj tugot
war and tub races, entries opon
till tho start of races. All rowing
races aro to bo govorned by tho
racing rules of tho Hawaiian
Rowing Association. For tho
other races, outrios must bo mado
to tho Secretary of tho Regatta
Committee, Mr. W. O. Parko, at
13 Kaahumanu street, on or bo
foro 2 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 10,
189(5. Each entry Bhall include
tho namo of tho boat, or if it has
none, tho namo of the person who
enters it in tho race.
For further information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. Waltor E.
Wall, or tho Secretary. -108 td
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Geouoe aud British Sub
jects and friondB generally, in
honor of tho fact that Queen Vic
toria haB bon so privileged, that,
fllto has reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Indopondonco Hall, King
Soptombor 25, 189G.
Graud March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Gontlomnn and
Ladies, $1.00; to bo had at tho
Nows Stores aud tho Golden Rulo
RiST" All cars will run on quar
ter hour sorvico after 7 p. m. and
Busseswill remain to tho last.
Elliciont Committees havo
chargo of nil arraugomonts in
By order of Committee.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
''H 5 2 S
o e s 1
CO I 32 1
SWELL SPECIALS ARE HONEST.
3 FIRSTS, 2 SECONDS, 1 THIRD.
Wero the wins for the
Cleveland at tho
Purk on tho 12th.
More than any other
?7fl nnd $100 aro the prices.
The Clevelanda spin to win.
The v Cleveland v Agency
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at' 9:15 A. m.
and 1:45 r. M., arriving in .Mono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ht Class Sd Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiantto 1 50 1 25
N. S. SACHS'
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, Bilk lustro, just tho thing for evoning
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 pioco, containing 1G yards and gunr.tntcod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria and Per-Miin liwn, dimities
in stripos and plaids, uaupookH, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and striped wbito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OE EASHION
Fino White Mnslin in open
A great btock of
.Valenciennes Laces .-
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
60" Wo expect within ton days a groat and now'stock ot
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
LTOD & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Efsctro-Plating
J. T. I.VXI,
Machinist. Nickel and Silver Plating.
G17 AND Gil)
We Are Now
Selling a Special
Mado to Remedy tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoice of the Favorito
Keyere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shenis, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardware,
and Another Consignment of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Durinu Mr. Iloardjnau'a nbseuco, Mr.
Kwiiip will bavo charge of iny books ami
uttcml to all collcctious. IIo can bo (ouiid
cither at Mr. Vourdiuau's ollico at Ogura it
Co. 'b or at my ofOco.
335-tf DK. nERREKT.
Uotico is hereby cjvon that I. tho under
slRiied, bun thia day giveu a full powercf
nttornoy to Mr. An Coa Cheo.of Knpnn,
Iblnml of Kauai, who will act for mo
during my absento from tho Mauds.
DntodatUanulei, Kauai, Aur Illht, 1890.
300-lm 'l'AM SEi: SEE WO.
work, lio.iutifitl l'littenis,
Signs of Every Description !
Gilding on Glass a Specially.
of Thoso Formerly Used Horo.
Mit. Fiusk Wiliicrtok will havo foil
chargo of tho liui.LETi.x Ciiculation Do
imitmcnt from this date.
B. L. FINNEY,
Honolulu, Bopt. 1, lb!)G. . . -100-tf
During my absento from tho Hawaiian
Islauds, Mr. Kwing will havo chargo of
my afialM, and can bo found, at mv olUco.
101-lw Alakea street,
P Reverc 5ft
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