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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bftsoball at 3:130 tomorrow.
Tlio bnuks will not bo open to
morow. Dr. Cooper received a fino horso
on the "W. G. Irwiu.
The Kinau took ton passongors
for tlio Volcano today.
Thore will bo no band coucert
ot Emma equaro tomorrow.
Notice of cloning tomorrow is
given by t,lio lending grocers.
The store o W. "W. Dimond
will bo closed nil dny tomorrow.
Tlio Supremo Court for the
Septombur term opens on Monday.
Tlio bnnd concert at Thomas
square last night drew out a large
The Mnkeo Island bnnd con
certs will bo rodumeil on Sunday
at 3 p. in.
The band will play nt the Paci
fic Mail wharf tomorrow during
Young school children refer to
the lady nn-dical inspector as
Superintendent C. L. "Wight of
tlio Wilder Oompauy left on to-
y s steamer.
heUnivorsabStoves and Mangos
nro uoiiiu oil Iikn not cakes at tlie
I'acilio Haidvvnro Co.
-Stnrs vs. First Begiments to
o morrow nfternoon in the grentost
gnmo of the season.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort street,
from 1.00 per week up.
The steamer Aztec will Miil for
San Francisco on tho 25th. Sho
will probably take rt mail.
St. Augustine's church, Puelm
elm, North Koliala, is to hold a
Harvest Thanksgiving service this
Tho J. T. Wiitorhouso storo
cnlls attention to crockery, glass
nnd other goodB at prices never
Tho Salvation Army wore stop
ped by tho polico fiotn holding a
meeting on tlio corner of Fort and
Hotol rtreets last night.
"W. C. Peacock and wifo and
Mrs. E. S. Cunlin and daughter,
left on tho Kinau this morning
for a visit to tho volcano.
Tho Stars intend to celobrnto
their victory with a big dinuor to
morrow. P. S. Tho dinuor will
not bo ordered till after the gnmo.
Tho Gormnnia Lifo Insuranco
Company of Now York, by its at
torney, J. Alfred Mngoon, gives a
uotico regarding tho local agoncy.
Tho entertainment nt tho Young
Hawniiiins' Institute this ovoning
commoncos at 8 o'clock, but tho
ball will bo open nn hour sooner.
Dr. Grossrunn loft on tho Kinnu
today for a visit to his coflo plan
tation at Olaa. Ho will nlso visit
tho Konn district beforo returning.
A toiuist created somo amuse
ment on n Wnikiki car last night
by asking why tho Tramways
Company did not run sleeping
Captain Harry Evans arrested
a Jap this morning for peddling
foreign merchandise along tho
waterfront without tho necessary
Four Japanese vags woro tried
beforo Judge do la Yorgno today,
but aftor hearing tho testimony in
tho enso tho Judge ordered thorn
Nnin, tho nnlivo who trains
horses by chowing thoir oars, was
Sdven iivo days on tho roof by
Tudgo do In Yorgne this morning.
A Ohineso wns given tho snmo
sontonco for n similar offense.
Tho "Now Ideal" Sowing Ma
cliino sold by tho Pacific Hard
wnro Co. is wnrrantod for five
years. It takes tho samo shuttle,
needle tnko up,bobbin winder and
has tho samo feed as tho "Now
," Tho Pacific
In the polico court this morning
Ah Sing pleaded guilty of soiling
foreign goods without n license.
Sentonco was suspended long
enough to allow him to square
mattora with Chief Clerk Has
singer of tho Interior oflico by
taking out a license.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
J Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For Tt.
UNION FliliD GO., Sole Ajenls.
Bishop Willis left on tho Ki
Two glasses of half and half for
a quarter, at tho Louvre.
Tomorrow being a legal holi
day, no papor will bo issued from
Official programs of tomorrow's
racing events aroon salo at all tho
J. Bolster ot tho Star reporto
rial forco loft for Hawaii today, in
search of bettor health.
Bev. J. M. Munroo preaches at
tho Christian church at 11 o'clock
and at 7:!10 p. in. Sunday.
Marshal Brown left for Mnui
this morning on business con
nected with his department.
The Daughtors of Bobokah will
givo another of thoir ovor-welcouio
snrinls tho fifth Friday evening
President Dolo loft on tho Ki
nau this morning for a visit of
two or threo weeks to Ebon Low's
placo on Hawaii.
Yosidi nnd Kurikawn, two Jap
anese cliefa fiends, were given 00
days each on the reef in tho polico
court this morning.
Sunday hours will bo tho rule
nt thogoiiornl postofiico tomorrow,
which mentis Hint tho oflico will
bo open only from 7 to 8 in tho
Christian Church, Alnkoastreot.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in, servi
ces at 11 by Bev. J. M. Munroo.
Young Peoplo's prayer meeting at
G:30. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
VOUMi HAWAIIAN'S INSriTUTI.
l'murniu fur tlm Fnlcrtnliitiirut to lio
(llvrn TIiIn livening.
Tho boyB of tlio Young Hn
wniinns' Iustituto will keep open
houso this ovoning, tho ocension
being tho installation of officers
for tho ensuing year. The public
generally is invited. Lovers of
good Biuging will find much to
appreciate in tho following pro
gram propnred for tho ocension:
Opouing Chorus Y. H. I.
Address By tho President
Installation and Initiation....
Song Sweot Loi Lehua. . .Y.U.I.
1, Malanai; 2, Mahina Maloma
lnmn; 3, Oh,Lovoly Night; 4, Like
no a Like; 5, Puu o Hulu; 0,
Olinoho; 7, Ko Hono no Nei; 8,
Slumber; 9, Nua o ka Palai; 10,
Hopoo; 11, Akahi Hoi; 12, Moaui
ko Aln;13, Yioleta; 1-1, Yod ling
Soug; 15, Wiliwili Wai; 10, Loi
Mnmo; 17, Pili Aono; 18, Ko Hiki
Mai; 19, Hoi raai o Pili; 20, Loi
Poni Moi; 21, E O o ka Wahino;
22, Ko Loo; 23, E Nihi o ka Hole;
24, Liko Ahihi. Adios ko Aloha
and Aloha Oe.
By' request, "Down on tho
Farm," Jno. H. Stelling.
Singers lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mndo and sold. High
est nwnrds at tho AVorld's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollenco of
construction, regularity of motion,
easo of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, enso of
lrtnrninfr ntifl cnnrnnlnrpn nt nr.
i rangomont. B. Borgorsen, ngout,
King and liotuol streets.
A Good Smiirt I5oy who speaks Portu
guese, Hawaiian nnd EnRlhh.
Apply nt 7 n. n-, Muiulny, lloi.i.in'iv
Offlco, Kinc Street. 411-It
Tim following Stored will close nt noon
ou "lJegattii Dny," Saturday, September
LEWIS & CO..
MAY & CO..
It. E. MoINTYUE k BIIO.,
!411.1t C. HUSTAOE.
HAWAIIaN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION
Saturday, Sept. 19, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 r. .m.
.Admission, - f-25e.
The Evenimj Bulletin, 7.1 cents
Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Boport.
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Q You have promised youi
self n bicycle sino dn.
$ Vou have convinced your- Q
pelf that thoro is nothing ,
alVonling better pleasure
Auml in. ic lit-:iltlif ill ox-,v
X eereisethan bicycle nding. X
Y V-ou are right so far, but X
JT why not get ono now? jt
Y Vou need healthful, out
'? door oxcercisc. L'erhup's. V
v? if you defer buying a 2
Q bicycle, your health will $
Q break down ju&t for the O
4 lack of this exercise. Then T
0 your doctor's bills and
pecuniary lo-s incident to
A sickness will put the wheel
further out of your reach. X
Make up your mind to-day. X
X Go to tho Wnverly Hicyclo Y
Agency and look at tho jj
& handsome wheels. You can v
v there learn of the easy
Y terms on which you may
purcba.se aWaveriy, which
tfy are the choice of ox- i
t hdViiiuu diurjiS iLj.iifi
N. ll . .lOllil 'l!t -. , .'
....TO UK HELD IN ....
To-moriw, Sept. 19, M,
Commencing at 9 a. m.
1 YACHT BAOEV First class.
Pirst prize, S50; socoud, $25.
2 FOUR - OARED SHELL
RACE. Prize, i?50.
3-TDB RACE. Prizo, S3.
-1 SWIMMING RACE. Prize,
5-STEAMER BOATS RACE.
First prizo, $25; second, $15;
(5-SIX - PADDLE CANOE
RACE. First prize, $10; sec
7 FOUR - OARED SLIDING
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prizo,
8 TUG-OF-WAR FOR SHORE
BOATS. Prizo, $5.
9 YACHT RACE. Second
Class. First prize, $10; second,
SEAT BARGE RACE. Prizo,
11 DIVING CONTEST. Prize,
12-CANOE SAILING RACE.
First prize, $10; second, $5.
BOAT RACE. First prize, $10;
11 TWO - OARED SHORE
BOATS. Prizo, $10.
Races open to all; no entry
fees. Swimming, diving, tug of
war and tub raceB, entries opon
till tho start of races. All rowing
races aro to be governed by tho
racing rules of tho Hawaiian
Rowing Association. For tho
other rncos, entries must bo mndo
to tho Secretary of tho Regatta
Committee, Mr. W. O. Parko, at
13 Knnhumnnu streot, on or be
foro 2 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 10,
J.800. Each entry shall include
tho nnmo of tho boat, or if it has
nouo, tho name of tho porson who
outers it in tho race.
For further information npply
to tho Chairman, Mr. Waltor E.
Wall, or tho Secretary. -108 td
SEPTEMBER 18, 1800.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Crockery is something which
must constantly be replaced
nnd there is no insurance on it.
Alnnufiictuivrs find so many
objections from persons who
do nut wish to pay high prices
for such ware that they Imvo
been forced to ptoduco deli
cntely decorated crockery nt
about half what they have
been getting. We have some
of these goods.
England comes in for this
sort of business revolutions;
goods aro cheap there at any
time, but ovmi there the
demand for a reduction was
felt to an extent which enables
us to sell first clnss Toilet Sets
nt such prices as will open
Wire Door Mats, excellent
won ring quality and our goods
equal in any respect to those
sold in Honolulu and in many
instances better. Ours are
Wo aro having a run on
Cocoanut Fiber Mats which
wo sell at one half of what
tho' sold at before. Come
and sot f r yourself.
Glass Tumblers, the best
ever shown in Honolulu at
double the money, aro sold
today at prices that were
nover dreamed of. Water
Jugs either white or colored.
Decorated Sets of Pitchers,
genuine Persian st'les, each
set having threo different
size p tellers, are sold at tho
same margin of profit.
. T. WATERHOUSE
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Gr.oiuiK and British Sub
jects and friends gouoralby, in
honor of tho fact that Queon Vic
toria has bo n so privileged, that,
she has reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Indopondonco Hall, King
Soptombor 25, 189G.
Grand March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Goutloman and
Ladies, $1.00; to bo had at tho
Nows Stores and tho Golden Rule
8 All cars will run on quar
ter hour Borvico aftor 7 p. m. and
Busses will romain to tho last.
Elliciont Committees lmvo
chargo of all arrangomonts in
BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
Y.M.CA. Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will contiuuo
for Two Terms of
13 Wooks Each.
Classes will be orsanlril In Hook-Uui'jiii(.
Kli'meiilnij uml Advanced iMiortlmiul, 'lypv
wrllliiK, Vucul nnd Intrumviitl Mutlv, thu
lliiuiillnii I.ungiu'e, Heading, Wrltlnc, etc.
All CluMtMuru treu to mvmburit; to otlim u
fee (it fi Mill liu charged.
J" For further Information, rend our
luiuplilul or ring up 4J7. tl'JT-liu
KOy rtgi ownnniwtffin t
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Streot.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnte Biindes, silk bistro, just tho thing for ovoning
ttressos, only W cants a jvrd.
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bhick and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a piece, containing 10 yards and gunnuttoJ to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comji'otc, Victoria and Pi-r-tiiui liwn, dimittoH
in stripe and iilnids, nan-ookt, mulls, s viss mus'ins,
fancy plaid and sliip-d white goods
At Bock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OE FASHION,
Kino Wliito MiiHlin in openwork, llo.mliful I'attiTiis.
A front Htock uf ........
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
X5ST" "Wo expect within ion days a great and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot made. . .
LTOS & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Eiectro-Piaiing
Machinist, NicM and Silver Plating.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
G17 AND 019 FORT STREET.
I'ubltc notice la hereby irlvcii that the un
dcrdlcneil Kapliilanl linsifl-trnliicil and levied
upon (tie fcdlouliii; ood.-i and elia'lids, the
prnp'-rty (if C. llaHMni, fur rent due by the,
until C. llattMtu to the onld Kanlolani, nnd
In nrrcnr to the nmmint of four Imndred nnd
bevetity-llvo dollar i'JITS.iki), for rent of cer
tain premises situate on Kin;; street, Hono
lulu, Oalm, to wit:
Household K)"ds, consisting of refrigera
tors, (;nsolli)K oil and wood ftoves, book
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, walnut
nnd Koa bedteuiH, tables, writing desks,
otllcc ikskJ, rocking chairs, Japanese cabi
net, water coolers, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpet;, wire springs, wash bowls,
cushions, draw mattresses, lamps, spring
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hair inattrescs, portlcrs, hat rucks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
consisting of squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, chisels, snws, augers, ndres. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers aud farriers' tools.
Also, lot of Jewelry conlstlng of clocks,
watches, scarf pins, chains, earrings, cull
buttons, coins, silver creeps. Also, a
lot of musical Instruments, consisting
ol'hnnjos, drums, violins, bows, etc; alio lot
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; nlo a lot of
miscellaneous articles consisting of pot
pounders, wire dress framcs.earrlugo springs,
Ice saws, shovels, books, piano stools, qua
drant, parlor rlllu, revolvers, canes, saddles,
charts, bows nnd arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches and powder Masks,
brackets, curios, curtalu poles,b.iby carriage,
coral, hair, dumbbells, Indian clubs, bllngs,
birdcages, glassware, sewing machine, the
whole constituting tho entire stock of sec
ond hand goods lately In the store of the snld
Hawkins nt the corner of King and Al.ikea
streuts. And notice Is further given th.it said
goods nnd chattels will be sold nt public
auction nt the auction room of Jus F Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu, II I, on
THlUtSDAY, October 1st, 1MM, ut 111 o'clock
a in, to satisfy the rent due and In arrcur us
aforesaid ou tho ubovu described.
lly her attorneys, J Alfred Magoon .t v S
A. W. SEAUUHY",
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Nut to tlio Wonwn'H Exchange.
Uring in your Uilln, tlioy will Imj promptly
nttuiuleil to. T(.lupliuuo USD; 1'. O. Hox 430.
Kl. I ' 15 A 31,
Signs of Every Description !
Qllding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave nt 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 P. M., arrivinp; in Hono
lulu ut 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Class
Pearl City 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Sunday Schools for Girls
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
All Catholic 1'iirents nto kimlly reiincsted
to solid tlieir Clilldreii overy Sunday for
Kellgioim Iustruction nt tlio following
1 For rorolgn Children only at 0 o'clock
2 Tor l'ortugufHo ami Natives nt 11:50
o'clock A M. 40S Iw
I'ublio notice U Hereby given that tho
authority hnr.iloforn rjivim liv tho undor
Bigneil to nny pemon or persons td collect
nnd receipt for ;tuonoy ou account of tlio
Entato til M, Ooldhorg. ilocenseil, is licrehy
revoked. Ou mid nftir thin dato no receipt
will bo valid unless Rlguod by ono of tlio
Kxecutors or their Attorney.
V.. r. TENNEY,
T. O. POllTEU,
Exoontors E-trtte M, (loldberg.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, IS'JU. -U'O nt
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