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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBElt 17, 18M.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
llov. T. D. Garvin niul wifo loft
on tlio Mnripoati today.
Tho MnripoHii brought four ims
sonyora from tho Colonics for this
Tho Hawaiian Hnnlwn.ro Com
pany has n ohaugo of adv. in thiu
Tho Mariposa haB noarly X3O0,
000 on board for Son Francisco
banks. . .
Dr. Frances AVettnoro of Ililo
left for tho Coast by today's
This is Yum Eippur, a Jewish
holiday. Many stores aro closed
today in consequence.
Electric lights aro to bo put in
tho Insnno Asylum and Super
intendont Cutter is hnppy.
f j Tlio baud will play at liiomnH
& . 'square touight. Tho program
Sr Mvae printed in yesterday's lbbite.
First sergoaiit Henry Giles is
ono ot tho cnululates lor tlio va
cant socoud liouloiinnuy in Com
Owoyo and Jlittstuin, two Japs
charged with receiving stolen
goods, were discharged Horn cus
Attention is called to tho new
card of L. H. Deo & Co., tho en
terprising proprietors ot tho City
Iu all tho Japanoso ompiro,with
its population of 37,000,000, it is
estimated that there are fowor than
A. F. Hartwoll, who has been
visiting his relative, General A. S.
Hurtwell for a few weeks past,
loft on the Mariposa.
13oth tho Myrtle and Healani
clubs will keep opon house all
day Saturday. Music will be fur
nished for dancing.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Deninl
oifioe Cottngo No. 300, Aluiccn
stroet, tnlephouo . o. 015. Otlice
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
Among tho departing passen
gers by tho Mariposa were E. F.
Bishop, E. C. Watorhouso and
Mrs. A. F. Cooko aud child.
Tho Diocesan Magazine for
September has been received. It
is tilled with vigorous writiug on
church and stato atfairs by Bishop
The ontertaiumont and installa
tion of oflicors of tho Young il:i
waiiaus Institute tomorrow night
is free, aud tho public generally
In the Police Court this morn
ing Chung Hook was lined $25
for chofa operations and Thow
Choy $50 for having opium iu
Antono Maohado and M. J.
Silva have formed a copartner
ship for tho purpose of carrying
on the stock and dairying busi
ness at North Koua, Hawaii.
Two Chineso wore brought up
from AVaialua thiB morning undor
seutenco of $20 aud $10 fines res
pectively for gaming. Thoy were
sent over to tho reef to work out
A nativo boy was brought up
from Waialun this morning, who
wa3 booked for tho Reform school
" for ono ypar for truancy, nndor
snntenco by tho "Wniahm district
Lato arrivals at tho Arlington
hotel aro R. C. L. Porkins, II. C.
Austin, Hugh Howell, Win. Tro
lease Veale, J. Garrity, J- F. Mo
Dormott, E. H. Boyor and Mrs. J.
It seems about settled that all
tho stores will cIojo up on Satur
day. Tho prominent hardware
stores have already announced
that they will not opon thoir
doors on that day.
Miss Young, a descendant of
ono of tho Bounty mutineers of
tho same namo, was a passenger
in the Mariposa. She is from
Pitcairn Island, where tho mutin
eers landed about a century ago.
Deteotivo Cordes arrested a na
tivo this morniug and charged
him with cruelty to animasl. Tlio
nativo was broakinc a young colt
to harness or at least trying to uo
. , . , . - f i .1
so. Alter Dealing mo iuhhhu wf
ribly tho nativo tried biting its ear
and then Cordes thought it was
about time to interfere.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
f..t.... nii., Uroiitl mil! Pimlrii Ih (in
UiUKCB JJfcllw i""'" """ i
Any Other Known lirand.
Ash Ytur (1 rarer For It.
UNION FEUD CO., Sole Ayents.
IN TIIK lllflllKII 4'OI'IIIN.
Continued from hi Pitge.
lifo tnnnuwhilc, that sho had re
formed. Wo do not go so far as
to hold that under no circumstan
ces may reformation bo presumed
from moro lapso of time. If but
ono act of uuchastity woro shown
and that fifteen or twontv yoars
previous-), it may bo that the juiy
would, in tho absence ot any ovi
donee ono way or tho othor as to
tho mode of lifo meanwhile bo
justified in inferring reformation.
But wo think that the instruction
was erroneous as applied to tho
facts of this case. Upon
i a review of tho wholo case wo
j think tho instruction givon was
material and did tho defendant iu
i jury aud was erroneous and n now
I trial Bhould bo ordt-rod which is
! done accordingly.
Tho opinion is by Chief Justico
I Judd aud is unanimous. Hart-
i well, Thurston fc Stanley and A.
Ivosa lor tho prosecution and A.
S. Humphreys for tho dofendaut.
In tho Supromo Court in tho
caso of C. Boese, assignee in
bankruptcy of J. A. AfTonso and
Mauool Branco, tho following do
cree has been filed: "In occord
auco with the decision of tho
Supromo Court filed heroin on tho
7th day of July, 189G, tho defend
ant's appeal from tho Circuit
Court ot the First Circuit is sus
tained, tho decreo of tho said
Circuit Court is reversed and tho
plaintiff's bill dismissed with
Tho ojoetruont caso of Maria K.
and F. Harbottlo vs. T. W. Raw
lins, which has occupied Judge
Perry's attention1 for three days,is
still on trial.
In the caso of tho Ropublic of
Hawaii vs. Hoshino, tho defend
ant's motion for a now trial was
overruled by Judgo Porry yestor
day and will como up on appeal
to tho Supreme Court.
In the Monsarrat Jmlipns corpus
case respondent's bill of costs was
allowed by Judgo Porry to tho
extent of $32.
Thora aro two probate and three
equity cases sot for tomorrow, but
it is doubtful if thoy will bo
On Monday petition for npprov-
i al of accounts and final dischargo
j of administrators iu the estates of
I J. Mott-Smith, Ouo luku and L.
A. Armstrong will bo hoard.
Tho Supreme Court meets in
banco on Monday.
M. A. Pnixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barbor shop, next to the
l Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
sliavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
.For Sale !
The Schooner "ADA,"
(Formerly tlio Henrietta.)
Tenders wilt bo received by Thomas W.
Ilnwllnn. nt Eeleo. nonr the Palama Gro
I nnw lin f nrwm nil
THURSDAY, tho 17th inst.,
for tho purobnse of tho bcliooner Ada. Sho
lins been chaucod from n conlro-bourd to a
keel boat nud la fully equipped for sea. Ity
Hawaiian register about 23 tons. She. will
be Hold for auk or on installments.
Nouo but responsible parties need apply.
Tlio vessel may bo iuspoctod at tUo Old
1'ish Market wharf.
TH0S. W. RAWLINS,
Tlio undersigned having boon nppointcd
Administrator of tho Estato of Lahaiua,
lato of Honolulu, Ouhu. deceased, by order
of the Honorable. A. l'erry, Second Judgo
of tho Circuit Court, First Circuit, horoby
notifies all persona haUug claims against
said estate to present tho samo with
ouchors duly authenticated, if uny exists,
even though the samo be Becured by mort
gage upon real estate, to him nt his olllco.
No. 210 King street,. Honolulu, Oahu,
within six months from tho data hoioof, or
such claims will bo forever burrod, All
persons indebted to said estate aro notified
to pay suuh debts to tho undersigned,
A. V. GEAR,
Administrator cum testameuto auuoxo
of the Kstitto of Lahatnn
Duted Honolulu, Sept. Dili, 1833. 403-nt
! Y. M. f A . RvFNINPt SrHnDT.
I '" " -..-iiv..wvy.
Sopt. 21st, and will continue
for Two lorms o
13 Woeks Each.
Clause will bo oriraulrd In Ilook-Wplii!;,
KKmeiiMi uml Advanced s-liorttiuml, 'type
writing, Vocal and lnjtnnnentiil Miihle, the
Hawaiian Language, Heading, Wrlllrnr, etc.
All Classes arc tree to niuinliers; to others a
fcoot fl will Uncharged.
fg" For further Information, tend our
pamphlet or ring up -1-7. !iJ7-lm
Highest of nil in Loavoniug Powor. Latost U. 8. Gov't Roport.
AWOW1CW & J
Thcte are two kinds of Roap
clean soap, and i,o.ip that looks
clean This is probably news to
most people, who may naturally
buppose that nil f-oap is as clean
as am citing can be. The facts,
howevi-r, tire against them. There
s a clean soap and "look clean"
If a soap makes your skin
rough, your hair dry or irritates
your face, it is look-clean soap,
and is not good .soap.
CURATIVE-SKIN SOAP ot
is a soap made especially for us
by ono of the laigest soap makers
in the world. It is one of tho
best medicinal and toilet soaps
For cleansing the scalp nnd
keeping it entirely free from
dnndruil'. Curative-Skin Soap is
par exwlleneo Iking absolutely
neutral it doe-j not injure lie hair
by extracting the natural oil, but
leave-, it soft, 1 lossy and uatuinl.
Hobron Drug Co
....TO BE HELD IN ....
II I KJVIIVt J.UI
Commencing at 9 a. m.
1 YACHT EACE. First class.
First prize, 850; second, $25.
2 FOUR - OAEED SHELL
EACE. Prize, $50.
3-TUB EACE. Prize, $5.
4 SWIMMING EACE. Prize,
5-STEAMEE BOATS EACE.
First prizo, $25; socond, $15;
EACE. First prize, $10; sec
7 FOUE - OARED SLIDING
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prize,
8 TUG OF-AVAR FOR SHORE
BOATS. Prizo, $5.
9 YACHT RACE. Second
Class. First prize, $10; second,
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prize,
11 DIVING CONTEST. Prize,
12-OANOE SAILING RACE.
First prize, $10; second, $5.
13 FIVE - OARED WHALE
BOAT RACE. First prize, $-10;
11 TWO - OARED SHORE
BOATS. Prizo, $10.
Races open to all; no entry
fees. Swimming, diving, tui-of-
war and tub races, ontrios opon
till tho start of races. All rowing
races aro to bo governed by tho
racing rules of tho Hawaiian
Rowing Association. For tho
othor racos, ontrios must bo mado
to tho Secretary of tho Regatta
Committee, Mr. W. 0. Parko, at
13 Kaahumanu street, on or be
fore 2 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 10,
1890. Each entry shall include
tho nnmo, of tho boat, or if it has
nono, tho name of tho person who
outers it in tho roeo.
For further information apply
to tho Chairmnii, Mr. Walter E.
Wall, or the Secretary. '108 td
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Ge'Wuk and British Sub
jects and friends generally, in
honor of tho fact that Queen Vic
toria has bo- u so privileged, that,
she has reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Indopendonco Hall, King
Soptembor 25, 189G.
Grand March promptly
at 8 p. in.
Ticket1' to admit Gontlenian and
Ladies, $1.00; to bo had at tho
News Stores and the Goldon Eulo
IKS' All cars will run on quar
ter hour servico after 7 p. iu. and
Busses will remain to the last.
Efficient Committees have
chargo of all arrangomonts in
BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE,
SWELL SPECIALS ARE HONEST.
.1 FIItSTS, 2 SECONDS, 1 TIIIHD.
Wcro the wins for the
Cleveland nt tho
Park on tho 12th.
More than any other
$75 and $100 aro U19 prices.
Tho Clovolandn spin to win.
flic v Maud v Agency
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . .
Trains will leavo ut 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Claw
Pearl City $ 75 $ 0
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiunao 1 50 1 25
rn & ess p
0 a CO -2
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Op " -s
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1 L w vzj te,
Z--f XjjjL .;. W-'MK.Vft Km.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Frt Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto ehndps, silk hiHtro, just tho thing for ovoning
drossos, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, contaiumg 1G yards and guuranttol to bo puro
linon. . ,
Our Wliite Goods Department
is most comp'otn, Victoria and Per-nan liwn, dimities
in stripo and tila ds, iinnooks, mulls, sviss lunslins,
fancy pluid and stiipd white goods. ....
At Sock Bottom Prices!
Fino Wljito Muslin iu open work, lieiuitlful Pattrrns,
A great stock of ........
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
CSaT" Wo expect within ton days a groat and now stock of
Ordered Specialy "by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot made. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. H.Ua'H,
Machinist, Nickel and Silyer Plating,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
G17 AND G19 FORT STREET.
Public notice Is lirrcbycltun tliat tlio mi
dcrnliieJ Kniiliilnul lias illstniliK-iJ and luviuil
ujion tlie foliolii; yoods mul clm'tclB, tlio
property of C. Haw kin j, for rent duo by the
eald C. Hawkins to the cnld Knplolanl, ftiul
In arrear to tlio amount of four liunilrtd and
neventy-llvo dollars v'$t5.ni)), for rent of cer
tain promises situate on King street, Hono
lulu, O.ilju, to wit:
llouseuold K""1''. coupHtln;of rcfrcj;lra
tors, MiHtllne oil und wood stoes, cook
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, walnut
nnd Koa bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
olllco desk), rocking clialrs, Japanese cabi
net, water eolois, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wlro spring, wash bowls,
cushions straw mattresses, lamps, sprlnc
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hair mattresses, portlers, hat racks, clialrs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, earpeuters' tools
consisting of squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, tlilsels, saws, augers, adr.es. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and farriers tools.
Also, lot of Jewelry couilstltig of clocks,
watches, scarf pins, chalin., earrings, cull
buttons, coins, silver creeps. Also, a
lot of musical Instruments, consisting
ofbanjos, drums, violins, bows, etc; also lot
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; also n lot of
miscellaneous articles consisting of pol
pounders, w Iro drusB framcs.cnrringc springs,
co saws, tbovcls, looks, piano stools, qua'
draot, parlor rllle. revolveis, canes, saddles,
charts, bows und arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches and powder Husks,
brackets, curios, curtain poles.luby carriage,
coral, hair, dumbbells, Indian clubs, blings,
bird eaucs, glassware, sewing machine, the
wliolo (constituting tlie entire muck ui tee
ond hand goods lately In the store of the mid
Hawkins at tho corner of King and Alakca
streets. And notice Is further ghen Unit said
goods and chattels will be old nt public
miction at the auction room uf Jus F Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu, H I, on
THUItSDAY. Octobor 1st, lSUi), nt 10 o'clock
a in, to satisfy the rtnt duu and In arrear in
aforesaid on tlio above described.
lly her nttorncj s, J Alfred Mugoon fi V 8
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to tho Woman's Exchnuge.
llriiig in yonr hilln, thoy will bo proniitly
attonded to. Ttlcphoue O.VJj.l . O. Rox Ki).
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Sunday Schools for Girls
.... AT TUB ....
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
AH Catholic rnrents nro kindly requested
to solid their Children oven- Sunday for
Religious Instruction nt tlio following
1 For Foroigu Children only nt 9 o'clock
2 For Portuguese and Natives nt 11:30
o'clook a m. 408 lw
lilt. I'liANK WlLIIUltTOX will LuVO full
charge of the 1!ui.i.kti.v Circulation De
partment from this dato.
R. L. FINNEY,
Ilonolnlu. Sept. I, 181)0. 400-tl
During my abenco from tho Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. Ewing will have charge of
wy afrirs, nnd can lo found nt my olDco.
101-lw Alnkca street.
During Mr. Ronrdmnn's nhsonco, Mr.
Ewing will have chargo of my books and
attend to nil collections. Ho enn bo found
either at Mr. Roardmivn's office nt Ugura tz
Co.'s or nt my ofBco.
335-tf DR. HERRERT.
Notice is liortby Riven that I, tho nnder'
signed, hns this day given n full power o'f
attorney to Mr. Au Con Chee, of Knpaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for too
during tny nliseni o fiom tho Islands.
Dated at llanulci, Kauai, Aug III at, 18SG,
30U.ini TA.M SEE SEE WO.
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