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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Coffeo plnntor T. J. IligginB
camo up on tho Hall.
Tho Olaudino hiul a small pas
scngor list last night.
Harry Ovoroml is tho now deputy-sheriff
Ooorco F. Fnirchild
Keulia Inst night by
Dr. 11. P. Myers 1ms returned
from a two weeks' vacation on
Tho Board of Health meots in
weekly Besaion ut 8 o'clock this
Tho steamer Azteo has beou
permanently rogistorcd under tho
John Hamilton and Miss Mary
"Wulbpr wore married at Laupa
lioehoo last week.
Tho Board of Educatiou holds
$ ' i(s regular weekly
$,' 'lalternoon at i2:30:
Tho band will play at tho gov-eriirm-nt
building this aftornoon
nnd at tho hotol tomorrow night.
J?ivG hundred barrels,. of Port
land cement will be Bold at auc
tion by W. S. Luco at noon of
Expressman L. Helbus of Hilo
broko his right log in two places
on 'the 17th. Ho is doing as woll
as can bo expoctod.
"Work was commenced on the
new bandstand at Makeo Island
ycstoiday. It will bo far enough
along for use uoxt Sunday.
British Commissioner Hawes is
expected homo on tho Kiuau to
morrow, that vcsboI being duo one
day ahead of her umial tunc.
Thero was a bie luau at tho Ka-
liui residence of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ij. Wilcox last night, tho occasion
being tho birthday of Mrs. Wil
cox. Proposals for erecting an ico
nnd cold storage building aro in
vited, until noon of next Saturday,
by tho Hilo Electric Light Com
pany. The funeral of Charles Williams
will take place tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock from tho family rosi-
3f deuce. Eev. H. H. Parker will
conduct tho services.
At the next meeting of Co. B,
N. G. H., d committee will bo ap
pointed to arraugo for tho recep
tion of Captain White on his re
turn from u tour abroad.
W. S. Luco will hold an auction
extraordinary of very Ono houso
hold goods at 9 a. ra., Friday, at
tho residence of Mr. McMillan,
School street. Don't forgot the
hour, nine o'clock.
In the case of tho stranger
named Hoff renter who lost SHOO
out of a vest pocket in tho room
in which he was sleoping, tho po
lico have some grounds to hope
thoy aro on tho track of tho guilty
Tho Critorion Saloon is a
pleasant place to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho puro,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
there. It makes ono's mustache
curly and nuts new lifo into tho
Tho "New Ideal" Sewing Ma
"chhio sold by the Paoiiio Hard
ware Co. is warranted for fivo
yours. It takes tho same shuttle,
noodlo take up,bobbin winder and
lias tho same feed as tho "Now
Ilomo." Tho Pacific Hardwaro
Tho Princess of Wales, who
was brought up in tho most domo
oratio fashion by tho sensible
Danish King, has found that act
ually milking cows at Sandring
hara aud superintending tho dairy
gives her bottor health than all tho
uiodioines of tho court physiciun.
A lato San Francisco exchange
says: CharleB Dole of Pasadena,
nophow of tho President of the
Bopublio of Hawaii, coast champ
ion polo-vaulter, champion all
round Y. M. C. A. of tho West,
captain of tho Stanford track ath
letio team, and halfback on the
Stanford football tenm, returned
horo yesterday from tho mountains
in tho northern part of tho State,
where ho haB boon for nearly throe
months "roughing jt" and train
ing for tho coming football sea
son ut Palo Alto.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Ikttcr Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents.
Tho S. S. Yamoguchi-maruwill
lcavo for Seattle direct at 5 o'clock
I), m. tomorrow.
Throe Chinese, rejected immi
grants from tho lot brought over
on tho Doric, aro at tho polico
Expectation runs high regard
ing tho Victorian celebration at
Independence Park tomorrow
Tho Healani Yacht and Boat
Club have received a number of
applications for membership sinco
Tho case against C. H. W. Nor
ton of riding a wheol without a
light was dismissed by Judgo do
la Vorgno today.
All of tho sovonty-ninn Japa
nese who arrived by tho Yamagu-chi-maru
aro " Btudeuts," that is,
thoy had 850 onch about thoir
A Chinaman was brought over
from Koolau this morning aud
sent ovor to tho roef to servo out
hio S75 fino and costs for smoking
Ono nativo pleaded guilty of
selling swipes before tho District
Court this morning. Sentence
susponded. Another whoso sen
tence for tho same offense was
suspended some time ago was
brought up and fined $100.
In consequence of tlio increased
volumo of nusiness with Hong
kong tho Yokohama Specio Bank,
who havo hitherto been doing
thoir Hongkong business through
their correspondents, tho Banque
do 1' Indo Cheno, havo opened
thoir own branch thoro on tho 1st
iust., tho managor being Mr. N.
Nabokura lato of San Fran
cisco. Veteran James Dodd after tho
camp firo kindly drovo to thoir
homes two comrades and tho Bul
letin representative with tho
ladies under their escort six in
all and not only that, but treated
Ins passenger guests at the iiilito
ico cream parlors ou route. Tho
moonlight rido in tho easiest
kind of a wagon was greatly ap
preciated. Election of I.lcutiMiiuil.
Second Lieutenant M. John
stone of Company B having re
signed and gone to tho Coast, an
election to fill tho vacant offico
was hold last night. Thoro woro
three candidates in tho field, of
whom Sergeant H. Giles was
elected by a largo majority. When
tho result was announced, Private
Foster moved that tho vote bo
mado unanimous, which carried.
Boing called upon for a speoch,
tho now lieutenant thanked the
boys for tho honor thoy had given
him, concluding with an invita
tion to accompany him uptown for
Miss Lizzo Adlor and Ward
AdaniB Rowell woro married last
evening by Rev. H. II. Peck at
tho residence of tho bride's father.
Tho groom is chief engineer at
Kahuku plantation. Tho brido is
tho youngest daughter of Louis
Adlor, tho well-known shoo mer
chant and G. A. It. veteran. She
has been an active and valued
membor of tho Daughters of Ro
bekah, I. O. O. F. Miss Roso
Adler was bridesmaid and James
Mew Illcyclo Club.
A now cycling club was organ
ized last night by about twenty
enthusiastic admirers of tho wheol,
with tho object of promoting
good roads and other accessories
of successful cycling. Tho officers
elected wero W. W. Harris, presi
dent; 0. L. Clement, secretary;
Frank Grace, treasurer; Tom
King, captain, and Sam Johnson,
lieutenant. A narao for tho club
will bo selected at tho next meet
ing. Celeb ruled Tlielr Victory.
Tho Star Basoball Club and a
few invited guests enjoyed au
elaborate dinner at tho Hawaiian
hotol last evening. Tho Kawai
hau club furnished tho music for
tho occasion. Twonty-oight woro
present at tho festive board.
Ntovoi nnd House.
Tho Hawaiian Hardworo Com
pany call attention to Model St.
Clair wood Btovos and Golden
Anvil ranges iu thoir advertising
column today. Thoy aro beautieB
and need to bo soon to bo appreciated.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Www Wi PH93SP
Where to get it.
There aro sovcral remedies for
thirst. Water is all right, but
how muchplca-anicris a glass of
j our sparkling soda to the thirsty
: palate Ours is an agreeable
J remedy. We guarantee a euro,
not ti permanent cure, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leave anything to
chance in preparing our pleasant
thirst remedies. Wo take tho ut
most pains with every detail.
We wont skimp on material either.
Wo use fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
Tho same with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is never used for our
fruit flavors. That's olio reason
our flavors don't tasto like tho com
mon sort you got at other places.
Get your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Geohgk aud British Sub
jects and friends gonerally, in
honor of tho fact that Queen Vic
toria has bo-n so privileged, that,
Bho has reigned over tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Independence Hall, King
September 25, 1890.
Grand March promptly
at S p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, 81.00; to bo hod at tho
News Stores and tho Golden Rule
&3T All carB will run on quar
ter hour sorvico after 7 p. m. and
BusseB will remain to tho last.
Efficient Committees havo
chargo of all arrangomonts in
BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
Saturday, Sept 26, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 p. m.
.Axtmission, - 25c.
Proposals for Erecting Ice and
OnicE or thk Hnx) Elkctiuo Lkiiit
Hilo, Hawaii, September 15, 1890
Soalod Proposals will be rocohed by the
Hilo Electrio Li.ht Co. at their Office on
Pitman stroot.llllo, Hawaii, until 12 o'clock
noon, of September 2tith, 1800, for tho
Erection of an Ico aud Cold Storogo Ilulld
ing for tho said Company, and nccording to
plaus and spooificatious, now on filo iu the
yvli Proposals must bo addressed to Louis
T. Grant, Mauugor, aud must bo ondorsod
"Proposals for Erectiou of Ico aud Cold
The dilo Eiectno Light Co., L'd, reserves
tho right to atount or leject uuy or nil bids.
HILO ELEUT1U0 LIGHT CO., L'd.
Loch T. Gbant, General Mauager.
- t$&p8$ t -
NEW NKT OF KTAMl'8.
Itelnir Prepared lor tlio nxclntlto Uc
affile Forelc" Olllee.
Another instance of tho secrecy
with which matters in which tho
public aro interested is being con
ducted by tho Finauco Depart
ment was brought to tho attention
of tho Bulletin today. Tho peo
ple of Honolulu, and especially
stamp dealers and collectors, will
be siirprifod to learn that a now
issue of Hawaiian postage stamps
has been determined on and is
now in tho courso of preparation.
In the September, 1890, number
of tho American Journal of Phi
lately, published by tho Scott
Stamp and Coin Company of Now
xork, appears tlio following:
" Mr. W. G. Ashloy, Registrar
of tho Troasury of tho Hawaiian
Islands, who is on a trip to Amer
ica at presout, informs us that a
now sot of stamps is being pro
parod for tho uso of tho foroign
oflico pxolusivoly. Wo expect in
our next number to present a list
of tho values of this series, as woll
as, porhaps, illustrations of tho
Now Humous Minp.
Charles Hammer, for sixtcon
years ono of tho enterprising busi
ness men of Honolulu and who
has been residing at tho coast for
the benefit of his health for sorao
time past, will soon go into active
business again horo. Mr. Ham
mer has entirely recovered his
health and will open an oxtonsivo
h irucsa manufactory and deposit
ary storo ou Kiucr street in tho
Harmony hall building. A large
and well selected stock of tho best
goods of American manufacture
will be carried as well as an ex
tensive plant for making and re
pairing harness and saddlery. Tho
place will bo opened about Oct
Auction Saies by W. S. Luce.
By W. S. LUCE, Auctioneer.
On FRIDAY, Sopt.
AT 9 O'OLOnK A. 5I
I shall sell nt tho rcsido"ce of Mrs. MoMil
lnn,School strcet.wcst of Knunnn nvo
tlio eutiro liundHomo household furni
ture, consiHtiug of
HANDSOME OAK PARLOR
B. W. M. T. Center Tublo, Tictnrcs, Irish
Lncu CurtnliH, IJugrf, Piirtiors, Cumi
diliers, l'.xtumlou Dining Table, Eng
liBh JJ.W. Ilool: Cobo with Tlio faciugH,
u fino Library, ery bamlsomo
CARVED OAK BEDROOM SET
mm Wardrobe, Hoins, Ulnsswaro, Uroolcory,
no), jutcuon utonsiis,
oio , i to.
PSaST" Plcaso take not ico that tho sale
will bo nt 0 n. in. nnd that same should be
well iittoijded owing to the excellonco of the
W. S. LUCE,
4 11-2 1 Auctioneer,
I shall sell at Pnblio Auction, at Nuuanu
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
500 Barrels White Bros.'
In perfect condition and just to hand ex
British bark "Ladas."
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
V. S. LUCE,
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Sfcreot.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustro, juBttho thing for ovoning
drossos, only 20 cents a yard, . , v
Pin Doited Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, blaok und yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioco, containing 1G yards and guurantcod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complot", Victoria and Persian liwn, dimities
in stripos and nlnids, nnifookx, mulls, swiss muslins,
f.incy plaid and stripud whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fltio White Muslin in open
A groat stook of
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BGT" Wo expect within ion days a
Ordered Specialy by TJs !
This iB known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
LTOD & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
j. t. i.u:vi,
Machinist. Nictal and Sifter Plating,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
G17 AND G19 FORT STREET.
Public notice Is hereby given that the un
derpinned Knplolanl has uutrnlucd and levied
upon tlio following (jooil.H und clm'tcls, the
property of C. llnwkltu, for rent due by tho
ealdC. Hawkins to the eald Kanlolnnl, and
In arrear to tlio amount of Tour hundred and
Bcvcnty-Il0 dollars (f475.H0), for rent of cer
tain premises eltuatc on King street, Mono,
lulu, Oahu, to wit:
Household gJods, consisting of refrigera
tors, gasoline oil and Wood stoves, book
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, walnut
and Koa bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
nlllcu desk. rocMnir chairs. Japanese cabi
net, water coolers, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bowls,
cushions, straw mattresses, lamps, spring
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hair mattresses, portlcrs, hat racks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
consisting of squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, clilsels, saws, augers, adzes. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers ana larrlcrs' toon.
Also, lot of jewelry consisting of clocks,
watches, scarf pins, chains, earrings, cull
buttons, coins, silver creeps. Also, a
lot of musical Instruments, consisting
of banjos, drums, violins, bows, etc; also lotf
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; also a lot of
miscellaneous articles consisting of pol
pounders, wire dress fraraes.earrluge springs,
Ice saws, fcbovcls, books, piano stools, qua
drant, parlor rifle, revolvers, canes, Baddies,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches and powder flasks,
brackets, curios, curtain poJes,lub) earrluge,
coral, hair, dumbbells, Indian clubs, blinds,
birdcages, glassware, sewing machine, the
whole constituting the entire stock of sec
ond hand goods lately In the store of the said
Hawkins at the corner of King and Alakea
streets. And notice U further given tb.it said
goods and chattels will bo sold at public
auction at the auction room of Jus F Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu, II I, on
THUIISDAV, October 1st, lSOd. ut 10 o'clock
a m, to satisfy the rent duo and In arrear ns
afonsuld on tho abovu described.
lly her attorncjs. J Alfred Magoou it V 8
I hereby give notice that I have re
signed the (Teueral Agoncy of the Gor
uwniii Life Insurance Co. of Now York for
tho Hawaiian Islands, nnd shall not bo
rosponsiblo for any represent jtiona In re
uard to iti business heie nmdt) by others.
O. D. CUASK.
Honolulu, Sopt 15, 1890. 412-0t.
great and now stock of
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty,
Take an Outing
Trains will lcavo at 9:15 a. m.
nnd 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 8:11 aud 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Chu
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25,
Piranui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Plan and 10 Percent
Discount for Cash.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. C. AC1II, Heal Estato Broker,
September 21, lb'JU.
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All those parties lmUug received numbers
for lots are rctpucstid to call at our otllce,
where lots can now be selected aud the first
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 181W. 412-tf
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