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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. Frtinops "Wotmoro of Ililo
is in the city.
Itobort Lowors and wife lmvo
gono to Maui.
Nnturnlist II . C. L. Perkins linn
roturncd from bis tour of Hawaii.
Commissioner Marsdon loft on
the Olaudino yesterday for Maui.
H. 0. Biekorton is the latest ad
dition to tho custom houso guards.
Sam Oliatnpnin, tho wolMcuown
barber, left for San Francisco
Tho Boards of Health and Edu
cation hold regular meotiugs this
A Chineso was nrrested this
morning with chefa tickets in his
A. V. GiMir bus added an elo
guilt residence nt Ptiwtliou to his
TlipUiiivorBnlfUovps nnd Utilises
are going oil' liko hot cakes at the
Pacific Hardware Co.
1 0. J. Fislipl, until lately aj)-
.praisor at th" Custom House, ht
i'or San Fraucibco on the Doric.
Billy Cunningham of tho An
chor is serving a regular courso
dinner daily at that justly popular
Geo. It. Carter and wife and
artists Fisher and Hitchcock were
among returning Volcano passon
W. II. ltico, George Wator
bouse, W. C. Sproull and C. H.
Bishop wero among tho Mikahala
passeiigors last niglit.
A gentleman who returned
from tho Volcano yesterday says
it rained all tho time lie was
thoro sovon days and a half.
A Star reporter was given the
"sugar bag waltz" out of tho police
station this morniug for refusing
to stop smoking when rpquoited.
Bread as a daily artielp of food
is used by only about oiip third of
tho 1,500,000,000 that constitute
tho present population of tho
Messrs. Tenney and Porter, ex
ecutors of tho estate of tho late M.
Siroldberg, give notice of revoca
tion of authority to make collec
tions. The band will play at Thomas
square tonight unless the Maripo
sa ir- in port, in which enco the
conceit will bo given tomorrow
The award for tho lf00 feot of
hose advortised for by tho Ilono
lulu Fire Department was given
to E. O. Hall A Sou, the price be
ing 80c per foot.
Much time was occupied in tho
trial of Kaae, a wahiue, on the
charge of assault and battery, in
tho Police Court today. She was
fined S3 aud costs.
"W. "V. Needham is being urged
to bo a candidate for tho position
of second lieutenant of Company
B, made vacant by tho resigna
tion of Lientonant Johnson.
Tho S. S. Monmouthshire of
tho Oregon-Asiatic Steamship
Lino, is advortised for Honolulu,
China and Japan in Victoria pa
pivV, aud as duo there Septonibor
Kapa, the Japanoso who cut
Kaamanui with a knil'o while
resisting arrest tho night before
last, was given four months on tho
reof by Judge do la Vorguo this
Itovoro Garden IIoso has estab
lished a lasting reputation for
superiority. Tho 'A ply granite
brand will lastlongor than heavier
4 ply hoso mado of inferior
materials. Tho Pacific Hardware
The entertainment to bo givon
in connection with tho installa
tion of officers of tho Young Ha
waiiaus' Instituto has boon post
poned until Friday, so as not to
interfere with .the Trilby per
formance. Tho "Now Ideal" Sewing Ma
chine sold by the Paoifio Hard
ware Co. is warranted for five
years. It takes tho same shuttle,
needle tako up.bob'oin winder and
has the same feed as tho "Now
Homo." Tho Pacific Hardware
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
AIu)$ Better Brtad and Pastry titan
( ) , ' Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FKliD CO., Sole Ayents.
MKSS FIELD'S WILL FOUND
IIItlCK'N NKC'lir.rAKY Till'. I'ltlNCI
Explicit Direction Ulvcn lor tliu I'rc
iintlon or Her Itc
Washington, Sept. !. Tho will '
of Miss Kato Fiold, ftliich was
found yostorday aftornoou in a tin
box which sho had deposited for
safo-keoping in tho safe of tho
Hotel Shoroham,was filed today for
probata iu tho office of tho Regis
tor of Wills. Tho will was acci
dentally found. Miss Ella S
Leonard, who was formorly asso
ciated iu tho management of Mibb
Field's newspaper hero, but who
is now connected with the Chica-goTimoij-Horald,infoimed
Riddle, the cousin of Miss Field,
who petitioned the Probate Court
hero for lottors of administration,
that Mies Fiold always kept hor
valuable papers in a certain tin
Riddlo was talking about tho
matter iu front of tho desk of tho
hotel yesterday afternoon, when
ono of tho clerks, overhearing tno
conversation, remarked, " Why,
that box is hero in tho Bafe," and
in tho box the will was found.
Tho services of tho Register of
Wills were obtained to assist in
making an examination of tho
contents of tho box. Tho will was
found to have been witnessed by
JeU'orson Chandler, the well
known lawyer, and his wifo and
Francis E. Louppo, correspondent
of tho New York Evening Post.
Editor Kohlsaat of tho Chicago
Timos-Horald and T. Sanford
Beatty, privato secretary to Sena
tor Brico, aro named as execu
tors. Among tho bequost aro two
shares iu John Brown's farm at
North Elba, which aro givon to
thd Stato of New York, the testa
trix expressing tho hope that oth
er stockholders would follow her
example and tho farm might bo
mado a public park. Tho oft
mooted question as to tho disposi
tion of hor body is settled by tho
willjwhich directs that tho remains
bo cremated and that her ashes,
together with tho plain gold ring
worn by hor, bo placed in an urn,
aud tho urn bo deposited above
tho coffins of her father nnd moth
er, half way between. Beatty is
tho principal beuoficiary of tho
will. It is expected that the will
will bo contested.
.It is not known why Miss E.
Field decided to mako Beatty tho
beneficiary of her will. They
wero warm friends, and Beatty
was actively instrumental in or
ganizing several lecturing events
out of which Miss Fiold reaped
pecuniary advantage. Beatty is
supposed to bo in Europe, and
does not yet know that ho is tho
object of Miss Field's good will.
It is suspected fiom bequests
mado on account of money loaned
and investments mado in tho pa
per known as Kate Field's Wash
ington, that opposition to tho
will, if there is any, will come
from those who have similar
Volcano .Mo ro Actltu.
Reports about the Volcano of
Kihiuea havo been sumowbat mis
leading to tho jvoplo of this and
other islands. At uo time has tho
fire disappeared, which fact can
bo veiifiod by tho largo number of
recent visitors. Frequontly the
crater was not ns active ono day
as anothor, but tho view has boen
splendid sinco tho last outbreak.
Last Monday morning tho hike
began to show n greator dogioe of
activity tuan for.somo time, nncl is
now prosonting a grand sight.
Thoro will bo an election for a
second lieutenant of Co. B., N. G.
H., next Tuesduy night. Thoro
aro sovoral candidates for tho
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, mannger. It' you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Tolopbono 113,
oornor of Fort and Merohnnt
streets. Hack at all hours.
Colonel Poter Leo camo over
from tho Volcano by yesterday's
steamer for tho purpose of placing
Ins throe children in school. Ho
says tho oarthquako was not felt
at tho Volcano to tho same oxtont
as in Hilo.
Highest of all in Leavouing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Not long hence it will ho tho
exception to find n person who
dosn't ride u bicycle This
machine is both a source of
ploamuo as well up affording
people in various husinovsU' n
menus of riding
you take strides of fifteen feet
instead of two. ' Walking is
slow, fatiguing; riding is fust,
exhilarating on n Waverley.
You have one of tho best wheels
made. They cost as much to
make as any other; will give
you as much pleasure; la-t as
long, prove as satisfactory as
any wheel you can buy.
Come and see one. Five
minutes inspection of a Waveiloy
will show vou what they are.
The inti'cci - guuuuitce every
part oi toe wheel Vou take no
klli ' allvci, u . . Joilil .uit :
to in: in: i.n in
May, SepL IS), 1896,
Commencing at 9 a. m.
1 YACHT RACE. First class.
First prize, $50; second, $25.
2-FOUR - OARED SHELL
RACE. Prize, 50.
3 TUB RACE. Prize, 85.
1-SWIMMING RACE. Prize,
5-STEAMER BOATS RACE.'
First prize, Q2o; second, 815;
(5-S1X - PADDLE CANOE
RA.OE. First prize, $10; sec
7 FOUR -OARED SLIDING
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prize,
S TUG OF-WAR FOP. SHORE
BOATS. Prize, S5.
9 YACHT RACE. Second
Class. First prize, 810; secoud,
10-SIX- OARED SLIDING
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prize,'
11 DIVING CONTEST. Prize,
12-CANOE SAILING RACE.
First prize, 810; second, 85.
13 FIVE -OARED WHALE
BOAT RACE. First prize, $-10;
11 TWO - OARED SHORE
BOATS. Prize, 810.
Races open to all; no entry
fees. Swimming, diving, tug ot
war and tub races, entries open
till tho start of races. All rowing
races aro to bo governed by tho
racing rules of tho Hawaiian
Rowing Association. For tho
other races, outries must bo mado
to tho Secretary of tho Regatta
Committee, Mr. W. O. Parko, at
13 Kaahumanu streot, on or bo
foro 2 p. m. AVeduesday, Sept. 10,
189G. Each estry shall includo
tho name of tho boat, or if it has
none, tho name of thu pui'aon who
enters it in tho race.
For further information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. Walter E.
Wall, or tho Secretary. -108 Id
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Gkoikjb aud British Sub
jects and friends generally, in
honor of the fact that Queen Vic
toria has bot-n so privileged, that,
sho has reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Independence Hall, King
Septonibor '2i5, 189(5.
Grand March promptly
at S p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, Sl.00; to bo had at tho
News Stores and tho Golden Rulo
K3T All cars will run on quar
ter hour sorvico after 7 p. m. and
Busses will remain to the lust.
Efficient Committees havo
chargo of all arrangements in
By order of Committee.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
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SWELL SPECIALS ARE HONEST.
3 riltSTS, 2 SECONDS, 1 TIIIHD.
Wore the wins for tho
Cleveland at tho
Park, on tho 12th.
More than any other
$75 nnd 100 uro tho priced.
Thu Cluvolandu Bpill to win.
The v Cleveland v Agency
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:1C A. w.
and 1:45 v. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Clus -M Clnss
Pearl Oity $ 75 CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wuianuo 1 50 1 25
N. S. SACHS'
Lace Striped Dress Mulls -
In dolicnto sbndcs, silk lustre, just tho thing for evening
drosses, only 20 cents n yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, atilphur, pink, black and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioco, coutaimng 10 yards and guar.witiol to bo puio
Our White Goods Department
is most coinplote, Victor! i and Pt'rmn I iwn, dimit'ot
in stripe and nluicld, nan-ook, mulls, s.viss muslins,
fancy plaid and stripud whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito Mimliu in openwork. Bo.iutKul Patlciiw,
A great block of
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
Ry VVo expect within ton days a great and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset made. . .
LUND & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and ESeclro-PSati
JT. T. X.UXB,
Macir.nist, Nickel anil Silver Plating..
G17 AND 019
I'ulillc notice Is hereby irlu-n tliat tlio im
derslj,'iitil KnpUilanl lia fletrnlucil ami tevU-il
upon the follouln uuuiN and tha'tels, thu
property of G. Haw Klin, for rent due by the
said C. Hawkins to thu said Kaplolani, and
In a i rear lo thu amount of lour hundred aud
seeuty-llu dollar (ffl75.lW, for lent of cer
tain premise ltii.ilu on Kliic strtet, Hono
lulu, Oahu, to wtt:
llouselioiu ;-""'' eou-itunK oi rvirigirn
toiu, Misellne oil and wood Mous, eook
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, walnut
and ko.i bedstead", tables, writing deks.
olllccdesUi, roeklui; chahs, Japanese cabi
net, water colors, koa sideboard, uash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bowls,
cushions straw mattresses, lamps, spriui;
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
luilr matt I esse, portiers, hat racks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
consisting of siiinres, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, chisels, saws, angers, ades. Also,
blacksmiths, cooper and farriers tools.
Also, lot of Jeweliy cou-lsllug ol clocks,
watches, scarf pins, chains, earrings, etill
buttons, coins, silver crcejis, Also, a
lot of musical Instruments, consisting
of banjo, drums, lollns, bows, tte; also lot
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; alio n lot of
miscellaneous aitlelea consisting of pol
pounders, wlro diess frames.earrhige springs,
Ico saws, bhu els, books, piano stools, iua-
uraut, parlor riuu, revoiuis, canes, saiuncn,
charts, bows aud arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouchis and powder ll.isls,
brackets, curios, curtain poles,baby carriage,
cot ill, hull, dumbbells, Indian clubs, bllngs,
tbdii.i, glai-'Win1, s'li'' nuiliim, tin1
wholuleonstltutlng the ciilne slock of sec
ond hand toods lute! In the store of tin ald
Hawkins at the corner of King aud Alukc.i
streets And notice is further gieu tli.it said
goods and chattels will be lold at public
auction at the auction room of Jus V Mor
gan. on (Jiicen street, Honolulu, 11 I, on
TIll'HSDAV. October 1st, Is'.ltl, at HI o'clock
n in, to satisfy the rent due and Inairear us
afousald on thu above described.
11 lurattoruus, J Alfred Mugoon .V W S
A. W. SEABUUY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Net to tho Woronu'a Kxehango.
HriiiK iu yonr lillls, tho. will lo promptly
nttuuiloil to. Tuloidiono U5U; I . U. llo ISO.
Signs of Every Description !
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Sunday Schools for Girls
.... AT THE ....
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
All Catholic, Parents aro kindly requested
to hcml their Children every Sunday for
Itellgioux Instruction nt tho following
1 For Foreign Children only nt 0 o'clock
2 For Portuguese) nnd Natives nt 11:30
o'clock A m. -103 hv
Mu. Thank Wii.iiuuto.v will lmvo full
charge of tho Hui.utin Circulation De
partment from this (Into. '
H. L. FINNEY,
Honolulu. Sept. 1, 1811(1. -100-tf
During my nbsunco from tho Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. Kwiug will havo clmrgo of
my nfl'iiirrt, nnd can ho found nt my office.
101-lw Alakea Blreet.
During Mr. llonrdman'g nbboncp, Mr.
Kwing will lmvo chargo of my books and
attend to nil collections. Ho can bo found
either nt Mr. Uoartlmnn's oflico nt Ugnrn Ac
Co.'s or nt my olllco.
:OT-tf Dlt. nEIlllEUT.
I Notice- is hoieby gjven that I, thu under-
, signed, has this day cjlvtn a full ponrtrot
nttorney to Mr. An Cou Ulieo.of Knpna,
Island ot juiuiu, wuo win uci tor mo
dining my nliscuio from thu Islands,
Dated at llniiulel, Kauai, Aug .'list, 1500.
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