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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sco Jordan's offor for tins
Tho American League meetB to
night. S. S. Alnmcdn tomorrow night
or Thursday morning.
Co. 13 will moot this evening to
elect a second lieutenant.
Bruco "Waring it Co. havo a
notice about Kowalo lots.
The U. S. S. Adnms may bo
back from Lahaiua tomorrow.
About 10,000 artificial limbs aro
turned out in England ovory year.
Thoro has beon a change of
partnership in tho Bay Ilorso
Tho government band will play
at the Hawaiian hotol on Thurs
day e ening.
Annual camp fire of Georgo W.
Do Long post, O. A. It., tonight
at Little Britain.
V. W, Uimond calls attention
to culinary utensils that offer joy
j to the house wife.
y Tho govornmcnt band will play
at the Queou's hospital this after-
noou from !3 to 5.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, 1. O. O.
F., will shortly colobrato its fif
Notice to creditors of Walter
A. AViight, baukiupt, "Waimea,
Knuai, is given elsewhere.
Tho now street numbors aro
coming into very geuoral use and
will prove a groat convenience.
It is rumored that H. Uaokfold
it Co. aro about to erect another
largo building on their promisee.
Tho second steamer of tho Nip
pon Yusou Kaisha lino is now duo
from Japan on hor way to Seattle.
Court Camoes, No. 8110, An
cient Ordor of Foresters, meets
this ovoning at tho usual hour aud
QiUM-n's hospital trustees have
a meeting toiuoirnw nioruing at
10 o'cloi-k in the Chamber of Com
Tho last game of the baseball
soason comes off novt Saturday.
' Tho opposing tennis will bo tho
Honolulus and KaniB.
Among tho Turks tho bodies of
tho dead aro held in extremo rev
crones, although tho cemeteries
ore used as picnic grounds.
Thoro was tho usual largo at
tendance ut Emma squat e bund
cmicort last night, aud tho band
boys were accorded two encoies.
W. W. Noedlmm, who was pro
minently mentioned as tho next
second lieutenant of Company B,
has withdrawn from the race for
Tho next social event will bo tho
Queen Victoria celebration under
the auspices of tho Sons of St.
Georgo on Friday ovoning at In
Tho shelving in tho now storo
of B. F. Elilora it Co. on Bethel
street is about completed. "Work
men aro now engaged on a num
ber of handsome countors.
Tho Doric's contract laborers
j havo boen forwarded to thoir re-
fipectivo plantations as follows:
Ewa 01; "Waionao 21; Hakalau 27;
Hilo Sugar Co. 2S; Olowalu 11.
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views ut King
Bros. Every prominont point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho host of our
A ten men match between Co.
D and tho Police Department will
be shot Saturday at 2:JiO p. m., nt
the Iviloi butts. Tho match will
bo for glory and a return shoot
will take place later.
Seattle is fast becoming a great
city. Ono thing which makes it
' famous is Seattle beor, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
Tho "Now Ideal" Sowing Ma
chino sold by the Pacific Hard
ware Co. is warranted tor live
yoars. It takos tho satno shuttle,
noodlo tako up.bobbin winder and
has tho same feed as tho "Now
Homo." Tho Pacific Hardware
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Jletter Braid and Pttsiry than
Any Other Known Iirand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Aijonts.
Officer Tout a is saving up his
monoy to buy a wheel.
Dr Atcherley and alct aro
stopping at Saus Souci.
Tho mounted polico will have
drill at tho ball grounds tomorrow
Guh Sprockols and D. Center
aro bookod to leave on the Clau
Tho appointment of tho now
Sheriff of Kauai will bo mado
public boforo tho 1st of October.
Ono of tho mounted polico shot
a horso in Sylvana's pasturo yes
torday which was affected with
The meeting of tho Borotania
Tennis Club, called for this ovon
ing, has beon postponed to Friday
ovening, the 25th.
The two Salvation Army lassies,
who wero arrested for obstructing
Fort street with thoir meetings,
will bo tried tomonow.
J. F. Brown, agent of Public
Lands, gives uotico of tho sale by
auction of extensive fish pondsat
Moanalua on October 17th.
Gus Rpreckels and Manager
David Center of tho Spreckolsvillo
plantation are making their head
quarters at Sans Souci during
their stay in tho city.
Four Chinese wore placed bo
hind tho bars this morning, ono
for cliofa transactions and tho
other threo for investigation.
A native wus also run in for bell
Tho polico nro going aftor
wheelmon who neglect to carry a
light at night. C. S. Weight was
tho first victim last night but ho
escaped with a reprimand from
Judge do la Vorgno.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany havo introduced a novelty in
tho shapo of the ordinary stablo
or barn lamp with glass oil re
ceptacle instead of tin. They aro
sold at tho satno price.
The two now liquor soiling
cases against Georgo Ilough tail
ing will corao up in tho polico
court tomorrow morning. Messrs.
Grcightou and Corrca have beon
engaged for tho defense.
D. Howard Hitchcock tho ar
tist, has returned from his vaca
tion trip to Hawaii, and will im
mediately re open his drawing
ond painting classes. Mr. Hitch
cock's health is much improved
and ho proposes to got down to
hard work with renewed vigor.
"At homes" on Friday afternoons,
from 1 to 5 o'clock.
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All tlioo parties limln:; reciUecl mimbrrs
for loin nic reiuii.U'il lit cull ut our olllce,
wlieru lots cun now be ncltcttd ami the lint
11KUUK WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, ISM. 412-tf
IN THE CIUCUIT COUNT OF THE
First Ciicult, Hawaiian Itlunrls. In tho
Mutter of tlio Dimkrnptey of Walter A.
Wright of Vuimen, Kuuui. Creditors of
tho saiil Bankrupt nro hereby notified to
come in and prove thoir debts before the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, nt tho Court Homo in Honolulu, on
MONDAY, tbe 28tli Any of Heptombor,
HOG, between tbo hour of ton o'clock in
tho forenoon mid noon of tho suid day, aud
I elect nu AHsifjnee, or ABsifintos, of tho said
Uy the Court.
The underaignsd liuwngbcoa appointed
Adiniuibtrator of tlio Dilate of Laliiiinu,
Into of Honolulu, Ouhu, deceased, by order
of tbo Ilonornblo A. l'erry, Socnud Judgo
of tho Circuit Court, Fiist Circuit, boieby
noliiioa nil persons lnuing claims against
Baid estate to present tho Biimo with
oucliers duly nuthenticntod, if any oiists,
oon though the mimo bo secured by niort
gngo upon rent estate, to him nt his ollice,
No. 210 King street, Honolulu, Ouhu,
within six months from tho date hereof, or
such claims will bo forovor barred, All
persons iudobted to said estate, aro notified
to pny such debts to tho undfrsigno'l,
A V. UIlIt,
Administrator cum testumeutu uuncxo
of the Kstute of Laliatuu
Dated Uonoluln, Sept, 0th, lSOi). 403-5t
210 King stroet.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector 6 Real Estate Agent,
Xoi to the Woiunu's Exchnnge.
llring iu your bills, thov will bo piomptly
attended to. TdeiiLono 039; L'. O. Box 430.
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
(PrIc nil written ly Honolulu lad,)
fill t8 Worm's Weel
and all tlio men and women
merely cyclers is a truer adapt
ation of an old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glance. We are a trifle behind
the times in Honolulu as far as
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. C, two
thousand men and women
formed in procession a few
weeks ago. If they rode six
abreast, a column leu miles
long would ho tho result; threo
abreast would moan a lino
twenty miles in length.
"Why delay; bo in the swim.
You want to bo an up-to-date
girl. Then buy n
Waver! ey Belle,
T. W. HOmiON, Agent.
No. 10, Fort Street.
FOR THIS WEEK THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Etageres, Inlaid Desks,
Hand Carved Ivory,
Tortoise Shell Combs
KNI0K KNACKS !
In Infinite Variety!
A now large consignment of
Saturday, Sept. 26, 1896
Game Oallkd at 3:30 v. m.
.A-dmission, - (23c.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. Tho pnrtnorBhip heretofoio existing bo
tucon l'ang Chuu, Cluing Leo, Olmug Meo
llow and I.oong Nam, uiulor tlio firm unrao
of Day Hotso Hcstaumnt, is this cliy din
Hohed by mutual content. Tho under
signed huvo bought out the business of tho
l.ito fir ea nnd will coutinuo it nt tho old
ntand on Hotel street under the Bamonnmo,
collect all outstanding accounts nnd piy
all bills due by the Into firm. They will
also issrao now meal tieliets in ciolmngu foi
tho old ones from date until Satuulnv next,
CHANG MCE HOW,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1890. 112 2v
9 rp era
.. wriXLitiL '. ..A. JdLkM HL MmaMiim &Mtiti&
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Crockery is something which
must const mtly bo replaced
and there is no insurance on it.
Mnnuf'iictun is find so many
objections from persons who
do not wish to tiav hirli urines
for such ware that they have
been torced to ptoduco deh
catelr decorated crockery nt
about half what they have
been getting. Wo havo some
of "theso goods.
England comes in for this
sort uf business revolutions;
goods are cheap thero at any
time, but evni there the
demand for a reduction was
felt to an extent which enables
us to sell first class Toilet Sets
at such prices as will open
Wire Door Mats, excellent
wearing quality and our goods
equal in any respect to those
sold in Honolulu and in many
instances better. Ours are
We aro having a run on
Cocoanut Fiber Mats which
we sell nt ono half of what
they sold at before. Como
and ko f.ir youiself.
Glass Tumblers, tho best
ever shown in Honolulu nt
double tho money, aro sold
today at prices that were
never dreamed of. Water
Jugs either white or colored.
Decorated Sets of Pitchers,
genuine Persian styles, each
set having, throe different
size pitchers, aro sold at tho
same margin of profit.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Plan nnd 10 I'orcent
Discount for ('a ill.
gjtT Apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or W. O. ACIII, Ileal Ehtalo Droker.
September 21, 1S!)(J. H2-tf
Y.M.C.A, Evening School
Sopt. 21st, and will coutinuo
for Two Terms of,
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo nrirnnbeil In Hook-keeping,
Klimintary and Advnncnl bnitliund, Type
writ Inn. Vocal and Instrumental Music, the
llaunllnn I.nnpinu, Heading, Wrltlnp, etc.
All Olisc are Irco to members; to others n
fee of fi will be charged.
j:7 For further Information, read our
pamphlet or ring up 4J7. :i'J7-liu
Attention, Company B.
AnMonv Company U, N. G. n
Honolulu, Septembor 22, 180C. j"
BKVKItY MKMBKU OK THIS COM
liiniul Is beiiliy ouliied toroportnt
the Dilll Slieil, THIS (Tucsila))
r.VENINO, t-ept. !, I MM, at T.CO
o'clock, for the nuriiote of Klectim;
a Second Lieutenant. Uniform and tilde
Arms. i:. A. JACOHSON.
112-lt Lkutenaiit Commamllm,'.
I hereby fiivo notico that I hnvo ro
sif-Mioil the Oeiior.il Afionoy of tho Ger
111,'inin Life IiihUianco Co. of Now York for
tho Hawaiian Ihlandn, ond nhall not bo
reHponsihle for any reprtBontatlons in re
gard to its bubiucM heio mndo by othem.
0. D. CHASH.
Honolulu, Sept 15, 1S90. 412-Ot.
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Stroet.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shndps, Bilk lustre, just tho tiling for ovoning
urossos, omy zu cents a yurd,
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yollovv.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, contniuing 1G yards ntul gtiurnnteod to ho puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Victoria ami Persian liwn, dimities
iu 8tripo and phiids, nan?ook, intills, swis munlinH,
fancy plaid and striped whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito Muslin in openwork. Uoautifitl PatlcruM,
A great stock of - ....
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B "Wo expect within ton days a great and now stock of
D & GRSSSTS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is kuown to ho tho
finest Corset mado. . .
As tho Hunting Season is now open, it behooves every
Sportsman to see that his Dogs aro in proper condition. Wo
carry a full stock of all best Remedies for Diseases of Dogs,
Sergeant's Sure Shot
a$ Humphrey's Remedies
Brass Signs and
J. T. IXM,
illiSt, MiCkCl ailtl Silver Plating.,
DIOVOLE 11EPAIU1NG. '
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
(517 AND (il!) FOllT STREET.
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Signs of Every Description!
Gilding on Glas a Bpccialty.