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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 25, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
T. Murntu tho lmttor is holding
a cleanuico bhIg.
Startling' ussortionB nro mndo
by The Knsk in this issuo.
0. A. Spreckols loft for Snu
Francisco on the China luBt night.
Quoen Victoria celebration at
Independence park tonight.
Tho "Warrimoo had nino pas
sengers from this port for Van
couver. W. 0. Peacock and wife- havo
returned from a flying trip to tho
Moro frogs for Commissioner
Morsdon arrived on tho China
H. Riomonachneider, formerly
of this city, died in Hamburg on
August I52d lust.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Ronton and
the Missos Stubbs left on tho
China last night.
L. 0. Ablea and G. T. McCand
less returned from Hawaii on
Tho now Iuter-Islaud steamer
may bo expected here ubout tho
middle of November.
Balloon asconsion at Independ
ence park tomorrow afternoon.
No charge for admission.
Tho Alameda took two passeng
or8 trom this port for tho ColonieB:
M. J. Flood and Miss E. Lamar.
Baseball at 3:30 tomorrow.
Honolulus vs. Kamehamohas,
lust game of tho Leuguo schedule.
J. T. Watorhouso calls attoution
to clioico articles for the table in
tho grocery department of that
The band concert at tho hotel
last niglit did not attract a very
large audience and tho program
tendered was a poor one.
Among tho China's passengers
for this port were 119 Amoy
ChiuodO contract laborers ship
ped out by Thomas Evans.
Captain F. G. Miller, master of
tho brig Lurliue, who was well
known in this port, died in San
Francisco on September 7th.
The funeral of tho lato Charles
"Williams took placo yesterday af
ternoon and was largely attended.
The floral tributes woro many
The Union Iron Works of San
Fraucisco havo been awarded a
contract to build another big
battle-ship for tho United States.
Contract prico is $2,075,000.
Tho officers of tho Hawaiian
Athletic Association gavo a lunch
at tho Hawaiian hotol to Ruby
Dexter and Davo Crozior, former
prominent membersof the associa
tion. H. H. Roujes left on tho China
laBt night on his way to Germany.
Mrs. Ronjos is in Sau Francisco
and will accompany her husband.
Thoy expect to bo absent about six
Tho "New Ideal" Sowing Ma
chine sold by tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. is warranted for five
yoars. It takes the same shuttlo,
noedlo tako up.bobbin wiudor and
has tho samo feed ns the "Now
Homo." Tho Pacific Hardware
At a mooting of tho Board of
Directors of the Myrtle Boat Club
last night, thirty-fivo new mem
bers wero elected. A number of
applications will be acted upon at
tho next meeting. Taking every
thing into consideration, tho club
was never in a better condition
than at prosout.
Tho ladies of tho Coutral Union
church gavo another of their
ploasant monthly socials at tho
church parlorB last night. Aftor
listening to songs by tho Missos
Axtoll and Agnos Judd and a
reading by Dr. A. E. Niohols, re
freshments woro served and an
hour spent in social converse.
In consequence of tho increased
volume of business with Hong
kong tho Yokohama Specie Bauk,
who havo hitherto boon 'doing
thoir Hongkong business through
their correspondents, tho Banquo
do 1' Indo-Ohone, havo opened
thoir own branch thoro on tho 1st
inBt., the manager being Mr. N.
Nabekura, lato of San Fiau-
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Iktter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Orocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Attomoy-Genorol Smith and
daughter left on tho Hull this
Two drunks woro tho only now
arrivals at tho police station this
Dowagor Quoen Kapiolani has
deeded a lot of land' at Waimoo,
Kauai, to tho Bishop of Pauo
polis. Mrs. L. T. Grant is in town to
got furnituro for tho Hilo Hotol,
of which alio is going to take
A duly qualified physician is
wanted to tako chargo of a Hono
lulu branch of a San Francisco
Captain John Rico, formorly
master of tho tug Elou, is now
night watchman attho Beretania
street pumping station.
0 A. Bosse and II. A. Isonborg
havo been authorized to sigu the
firm ntiino of H. Haokfold & Co.
jointly by procuration.
F. J. Testa pleaded guilty of as
saulting ono of his workmon ami
Judgo do la Vt-rgno assessed him
$5 and costs this morning.
Thoro woro twelvo mombors
prosont at tho noon meeting of
tho debating society whioh has its
headquarters in Martin's tailor
Miss Hake, an experienced and
stylish trimmer from Sau Fran
cisco, arrived ou tho Alameda, for
tho millinery department of N. S.
Ah Cheong was given three
months on the reef in tho Police
Court this morning for assisting
in the maintenauco of a chefa
Bob Scott's company will pro
duce "Olo Olson" a week from to
morrow night. Very thorough
rehearsing is conducted by tho
manager, ensuring a smooth and
Cut stono for a curbing about
tho Exccutivo building is being
brought in from tho quarries on
tho tramways lino. Curotakor R.
J. Greono will plant flowers in
tho spaces to bo enclosed.
Tho case of Goorgo W. Clark,
who is accused of being unlaw
fully on tho promisos of Bishop
"Willis at night, wont over until
tomorrow. In the moantimo tho
young man is out ou bail.
Thoro is a proposition on foot
looking to tho enlargement of the
Hawaiian hotel by tho addition
of a third story, and tho estab
lishment of a branch hotel and
bathing resort at the Spreckels
premises on tho beach.
Purser Bockloy informs tho
Bulletin that tho earthquake
shook things up pretty lively in
tho Kilauoa crater and that a largo
amount of debris fell into the big
pit, which for a time threatened to
extinguish tho fires. "Wlu-n tho Ki
nau left Hilo tho molten lava was
showing brightly again with pros
pects for an increased flow.
m w - -
Another Decision l'llcd Vnrloun l'ro
'Kahukuakoi alias Kahakuhaa
koi vs. Hawaiian Government has
boon decided by tho Supremo
Court, declaring it similar to tho
previously decided case of T. R.
Mossmau against tho Government.
It is remanded to tho Circuit
Court. J. K. Kahookano for
plaintiff; Attornoy-Gouoral W. 0.
Smith and A. S. Hartwoll for de
fendant. J. A. Magoon's account as trus
tee of estate of J. F. O. Banning
shows receipts $15,155.13, pay
ments $13,900, balance $1255.13.
J. A. Magoon's account as guard
ian of Kalua Kapukini shows re
ceipts $11-12.90, paymontB $344.52,
H. P. Baldwin's account as trus
tee of tho Blaisdoll estate shows
rocoipts of $8309.73, payments
$3225.71, balauoo $5084.02.
A bond of $200 has boon filed
by tho Hawaiiun Tramways Co.
on its potition for a writ of error
in tho cause of O. V. Sturdovant
vs. tho Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Judgo Carter has appointed
Mrs. Lilia N. Kanaia administra
tor of tho estate of her lato hus
band, S. N. P. Kanaia. Kane for
Sumnor vs. Crandoll was boforo
Judgo Perry this morning on
plaintiff's motion to sot tho caso
for hoaring. Kinney fe Ballou
ond Magoon & Edings for plain
till'; "W. R. Castle for dofondant.
Hearing was sot for Monday.
Highest of all in Leavening Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
K4 ik. U MEeaazzm
(I'ritead written by Honolulu lady)
and nil tho men and women
merely cyclers is n truer adapt
ation of nn old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glnnco. "Wo are a triflo behind
tho times in Honolulu as fur ns
cycling is concerned.
In "Washington, D. C, two
thousand men and women
formed in procession a few
weeks ago. If thoy rode six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; threo
abreast would mean n lino
twenty miles in length.
"Why dolay; bo in tho swim.
You wnnt to bo nn up-to-date
girl. Then buy a
T. "W. IIOBUON, Agent.
In tho matter of tho ostato of J.
Gomes, tho petition of A. G. Cor
rea, nttornoy in fact, to remove C.
T. Gulick as administrator was
donied. Creighton & Corroa for
petitioner; Castlo for respondent.
Exceptions noted by plaintiff.
Geo. H. Robertson, ancillary
administrator with will annexod
of estato of Julius Alexauder
Anthon, deceased, had his final
account approved by Judgo Carter.
It balances at $1429.13 on either
side, with real estato inventoried.
The tostator was Danish Consul
here, and tho will was probatod in
Denmark. Dickey for petitioner.
Mary Dickson sues for divorce
from Thomas Dickson.
Charles Wllllntiia Hurled.
Tho funeral of CharlesAVilliams,
son of Ed. A. Williams, was
largely- attended yesterday by
friends of tho lamented youth
and his boreaved parents. Tho
body was interred in Mr.
"Williams' privato lot, Nuuanu
cemetery, tho following gontlo
men acting as pall-boarors: J. J.
Williams, David Dayton, Thco.
Hoffman, Thomas R. Lucas, A.
V. Gear and Thomas Krouso. A.
O. Wood, formerly in tho employ
of O. E Williams, conducted tho
funeral, which took placo at 4:30
p. m. Tho floral offerings wore
many and elaborate.
Arc You Tired
AH tho time? Tills condition U a suro In
dication lliat y.ur blood Is not rich Mid
nourishing as It ought to bo and as It may
bu if Mm will take a few bottles of tliu ureal
blood purlUcr, Hood's 8arsaparllla. Thou
sands write that Hood's darsaparllla has
cured them ot that tired feeling by giving
them rich, red blood.
Hoou'sPilm act easily and promptly on
the liver and bowels. Cure nick headache.
A Physician who is duly Qualified to
practice medicine in Honolulu, to tako
charge of Branch Office at Honolulu, of n
San Francisco Institute. Must bo of good
moral character, and n graduate of a four
year college. Address "O.Q.," care of Even
ing Ilnlletm. 410-lt
Y.M.CA. Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will continuo
for Two lerras ot
13 WeokB Each.
Classes will be organlml In Hook-kceplng,
Elementary und Advanced Shorthand, 'type
writing, Vocal and Instrumental Music, tho
Hawaiian Language, Heading, Writing, etc.
All Classes are tree to mumbers; to others a
fee of f'i nil) bu charged.
PW For further Inlormatlon, read our
pamphlet or ring up 427. . o'J7-lm
J. T. WATEHHOUSE
Tho foreign budget by tho
Inst tniil is of n character that
should set politicians to gues
sing on tho result of tho
November " election. Maine
conies to tho front with a big
plurality for tho Republican
candidates. Tin u comes
Aikansas with a big Demo
cratic tniijnrit and a jubilee.
Maine has six votes in the
electoral collogoand Arkansas
eight, so that tho stand off is
in favor of tho Democrats.
Every one in tho Hawaiian
Islands is interested in tin re
sult it means eithor tho riso
or fall of tho Hawaiian Re
public according as tho Tariff
tuny be tinkered.
To counteract any evil re
sults of the election whichever
way it may go the duty of tho
merchants of Honolulu is to
prpvido themselves with a
stock of goods that will be a
guaranteo of low prices to
Prices will never bo lower
than we sell goods for today,
but thoy may bo higher, par
ticularly in tho grocery line.
Buying direct from the manu
facturers and saving middle
men's prices enable us to sell
at low rates, our customers
get the advantage of what wo
save in our purchases.
Wo offer you today another
lot of Oak Brand Asparagus,
Sugar Peas, Sugar Corn. A
fresh supply of Salt Salmon in
barrels and half"' barrels.
Mackerel in kits. Evaporated
Fruit in boxes, Acmo Smoked
Beef, Salmon Steaks, Roast
Turkey and Chicken in tins,
Onions and Propers always on
, T. WATERHOUSE
CELEBRATION BY SONS
of St. Gkoiioe and British Sub
jectB and friends generally, in
honor of tho fact that Queon Vic
toria has bo-n so privileged, that,
she has reigned ovor tho British
Empire longer than any of Her
BALL -and -SOCIAL
Indopondonco Hall, King
This Friday Evening,
Soptombor 25, 189G.
Grand March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, $1.00; to bo had at tho
News Stores and tho Goldon Rule
B All cars will run on quar
ter hour service aftor 7 p. m. and
Busses will remain to tho last.
Eflioiont Committees havo
ohargo of all arrangements in
BY ORDER OP COMMITTEE.
A Postal Savings Ilnnk Deposit llooU
(No. 1355) lu favor of Mrs. Lncy Stovcns.
Finder pleaso roturn to Bui.lktin Ottlco.
i Jill, if
N. S. SACHS'-
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for evoning
drossos, only 20 cents a ynrd
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bluck and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a piece, containing 16 yards and guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comp'ot, Victoria and Persian liwn, dimitios
in stripos and nl.iida, natwookn, mulls, swiss musIiiiB,
fancy plaid and stripta! whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito Muslin in open work. Bo.iuttful Patterns ,
A groat stock of--- ....
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B" Wo expect within ion dayB a gicat and now Btock of
D & 6 CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset made. . .
LTOD &- INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
J. T. LIJXK,
Machinist. Nickel and Silycr Plating
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
G17 AND 619 FORT STREET.
Public notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned Kaplnlaul has distrained anil levied
upon the following goods and chaHcls, tlie
property of O. UumUiu, for rent duo by the
raid C. Hawkins to the said Kanlolunl, and
In nrrcar to the amount of four liundred and
sorcnty-llve dollars (f 475.0(1), for rent nfier.
tatu premises situate ou King street, Hono
lulu, Oabu, to wit:
Iloubcbold gjods, consisting of refrigera
tors, gasoline oil and wood stoves, book
cases, stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, walnut
and kou bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
olllce deski, rocking chairs, Japanese cabi
net, water coolers, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bowls,
cushions, ttraw 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, chisels, saws, augers, adzes. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and farriers' tools.
Also, lot of Jewelry Lonnlstlng 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 lot
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; also a lot of
miscellaneous articles consisting of pol
pounders, wire dress fraines.carrlage springs,
ice saws, sho els, books, piano stools, qua
drant, parlor rWe, reyolvers, canes, saddles,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches and powder flasks,
brackets, curios, curtain poles.baby carriage,
coral, hslr, dumbbells, Indian clubs, bllngs,
bird cages, glassware, sewing machine, tho
whole constituting the entire stock of sec
ond hand goods lately In the store of tho said
Hawkins at the corner of King and Alskca
streets. And notice Is further given that said
goods and chattels will bo (old at public
unction at the auction room ofJ.isK Mor
gun. ou Queen street, Honolulu, 11 I, on
THUHSPAY. October 1st, 1898. at 10 o'clock
a in, to satisfy the rent duo and In arrear us
aforesaid on tho abovo described.
Hy her attorneys, J Alfred Mugoon fi W S
I hereby Rivo notice, that I have re.
Hlgncrt tho General Agenoy of. the Gflr
manin Lifo Immranco Co. of. Now Yoik for
tho Hawaiian Islands, and shall not bo
responsible for nny representations in re
gurd to its business beio made by others.
O. D. CHASE.
Ilouoluht, Sopt 15, 1800. 412.01.
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glasa a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 r, m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 3d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianoo 1 50 1 25
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Plan and 10 Percent
Discount for CaOi,
0tT Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. C. ACUI, Ileal Estato Droker.
Soptombor 21, 1890. 412-tf
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All those parties having received numbers
for lots are requested to call at our olllce,
w hero lots can now be selected and tho hrst
pa) incut made,
1IIIUCK WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, IS'JO. 412-tf
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