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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1890.
tX LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Basoball at 3:30.
Baud concert at Euima square
Tlnllrirm ncnniiRinn fit TlltlonQnd-
x onco park at 4:30.
The pohco and Company V will
havo a ton man shoot this after
noon. Hon. Paul Neumann and wife
nro expoctod homo on Tuesday
It iB supposed that the chairs
for tho Opera Houso are on board
the steamer Australia duo on Mon
day. Rev. J. M. Monroe, tho now
pastor of tho Christian church,
will preach at both sorvico's to
morrow. Miss Nora Richard, daughter of
Win. H. Uickard of Houokaa, was j
married to J. Muir on Wednesday (
by liisliop v mis. Art Gallery, guarantees to Bivo a
Company A will go into camp.shavo that will raako your hair j
) at Makee Island tonight. They .
win imiruu id uiu ituikim luiin
.11 . ... -. u I. i. lit n V .ulrtlf 1 Knnfl I
nud then take the cars.
Rev. Mr. Peck's subject nt tho '
evening service ot tno iuetnoaiBt
church tomorrow will bo "lho
Wives of tho Patriarchs."
Census enumerators are making
their presence known today by
distributing blanks for the consus
to bo taken tomorrow night.
No chargo will bo mado for ad
mission to tho balloon nscension
at Independence park, but the hat
will bo passed around for contri
butions. Seats for the "Olo Olson" nor-
formanco at tho drill Bhed next '
Ki.imvlnv .ii.li(. will hn nn Huln fit
tho Hobron Drug Co.'s storo on
t, ,r Ti m i it
Rev. Mr. Biruio will preach tho
first of a series of sormonB on tho
Lord's Prayer nt the morning
service of tho Central Union
Sterling, the painter, is pre -
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. He uses acomposition of
coal tar and comont. Chonpost
and best roof preparation in Ho
Uoautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views at Kiug
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho best of our
Marshal Brown has tendered
an official apology to Senhor A.
do S. Ganavarro for his arrest the
night uetore last and tne patrol-
man who mado tuo arrest has
Tho executive committee of tho
Aloha Aina League hold a meet
ing yesterday to make arrange
ments for the reception ot tho re
raauiBot tho late Joseph iawaui,
expected to arrive on tho Austra-
Tho Hawaiian Mission Ohil
dren'B Society will hold its regu
lar monthly mooting nt the homo
of Judge and Mrs. W. F. Frear at
U,UUIUU1 "l1"'""'" ' "" I""""
Soattlo is fast becoming a groat
oity. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Critorjom A good
thing alwayB makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
Tho now bridge from tho Wai
kiki road to Makoo island is a
groat convenience. It is a solid
structure and there will bo no dan
ger of any of tho boys of company
A falling through it whon they
march ovor it tonight.
Tho "Now Ideal" Sowing Ma
ohino sold by the Pacific Hard
ware Co. is warranted for fivo
years. It takes tho sanio shuttle,
neodlo take up,bob'oin winder and
has tho samo fopd as tho "Now
Homo." Tho Pacifio Hardware
In consequence of tho increased
volumo of business with Hong
kong tho Yokohama Specie Bank,
who havo hitherto boon doing
their Hongkong business through
their correspondents, tho Banque
do 1' Indo-Chene, have opened
their own branch there on tho 1st
inBt., tha manager being Mr. N.
Nabokuro, lato of San Fran
cisco, ,)" DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For II.
UNION FEED OO.t Sold Agents.
"W. W. Dimotul advertises
things handy to have in tho house.
Four Chinese gamblers were
fined $10 each in tho Police Court
Nicelv furnished roomB at tho
'Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from Sl.UU per week up. w
Valuable as well as interesting,
may bo said of the contents of the
Planters' Monthly for September.
Maloihi wbb fined 50 by Judge
do la Verguo Uiis morning for
having opium in his possession.
One Portuguese woman who is j
hold lot mvcBtication was the ou-
j ly poraon arreBted up to 2 p.m. to-
I "What is that about tho Araori-
can eagle crushing tho Hawaiian
I rooster ? Woll for Undo Sam
the cruiser Adams is in port 1
M A p, kot0t propri0tor of the
rjnjon bnrbor shop, next to the
ourl with joy. i
aJ O '
Mechanics' Jlmo, corner Hotel '
nndNunitui ntrppts. lodcinc bv
tiay Wook or month. Tonus: 26
aad go conts pr night. ?1, and
SI 25 nor wwk.
Superintendent Brown told a
reporter today that h expected to
havo tho now Punchbowl reser
voir filled on Wednesday or
Thursday ut tho latest.
Sam Kawahi was given two
months on the reef by Judgode
la Vergne this morning for being
found on tho promises of another
without lawful excuse
There will bo a rehearsal meet-
iiic of the members of II Trova-
, tore corapanyt at Anon Hall, at
7:30 this ovoning. Members are
requested to bo present.
W. H. Rico Jr. of Kauai, son of
tho Senator, is engaged to Miss
. Mary Girvin, daughter of J. W.
j Girvin of tho Foroign office He
' b " thirfl William Rico in
, direc succession to marry a Mary,
TCrnPrrnr Pianos, sweetest in tono.
. tm.v. RnrfBlrom. solo ncent. cash
or installments. warerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Hook Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. SSaT Tolo
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
plensant plnco to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
. -r i
there. It makes one's mustache
j curly and puts now lifo into tho
fnilmg consumptive. "
In tho Police Court this morn
ing George W. Clark pleaded
guilty of being found unlawfully
on tho promises of Bishop Willis
in tho night time, and was boh
tonced to thirty days, imprison-
,,uont n npp0)1l WftB takon to
j tu0 higher court for mitigation of
A team belonging to a Chine30
..,... n f. k u.
' fat wme in co tact
with? muring gun. One horse
inmneil Homi over tho mm. whilo
a tront wheol was smasuert
was smashed ana
othor damage done. There was a
load of hogs on tho dray. After
transferring the gruntors to anoth
er dray, tho wrecked vehicle was
hauled away to a repair shop.
Suro In Win.
The people recocnlze anil appreciate real
merit. Tbat U wtiy Hood's Sftrxnparllln lm
tue largest sales In the world. Merit In me
dicine means tho power to cure. Hood's Sar
saparllla cures absolutely, permanently
cures. II Is tho Ono Truo Blood Purltler, Its
superior merit Is an established (net, aud me
Hoon's Pili.8 are easy to tako, easy to
operate. Cure Indigestion, headacho.
A l'hyslclan who Is duly qualified to prac
tice medicine In Honolulu, to tako charge of
Branch Oulcoat Honolulu, of a San Francis
co Institute. Must bo of good moral
character, and a graduate of four year
colleKO. Address "O. (t.." care of Evening
A Postal Savings Hank Deposit Book
(No. 1355) in favor of Mrs. Lncy Btovenu.
Finder plcnBo return to Bulletin Offlco.
Mr, 0, Bosso and Mr. II. A. Isonberg
have been authorized by us to sign our
firm name- jointly by procuration.
Honolulu, Sept. 124, 1800. 410-lw
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Where to get it.
There nro scvral remedies for
thirst. Water is all right, but
how much plea-antor is u glass of
our sarkW soda to tho thirsty
,inintlt i....a ; ., ncrrP.-ili1
.-,,., Wft .mumnk-o euro.
not u permanent cure, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leave anything to
chance in picparing our pleasant
thirst romedies. Wo tnko the ut
most pains with every detail.
We wont skimp on material either.
We use fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
Tho same with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is never used for our
fruit flavors. That's one icason
our flavors don't tasto like tho com
mon boit you get nt other places.
Get your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co.
1'itio ad written by Honolulu hdj
Undaunted by tho Dnfflklo Doe.
"Nnpbthn i3 emphatically tho best
i nml clciinest method of exterminating
tho buffalo moth iiuil every other living
' Insect," says n correspondent of Good
Housekeeping. "It is allko destructive
to plant life, birds and small nnimnls
both in its gases and direct application.
For carpets and furniture naphtha can
bo applied by a small sprinkling pot
or by a good Bized oil can of tho rqnirt-
) ing variety. Tho danger from flro is
j very great, and it should bo used in tho
morning, when lircs and lamps nro out
and doors and windows wido open. All
plants and pet birds must bo removed
or thoy will certainly bo more or less
harmed by tho gas arising from tho
"Sprinklo tho unphtha in tho places
infested by tho moth or other insects,
and you may bo certain that every liv
ing insect touched by tho naphtha will
bo dead. Tho eggs, however, will not
bo dead and will como to lifo with such
regularity that will discourago tho anx
ious housekeeper. Nothing but heat,
' either dry or moist, will destroy tho
I'ijKn. xur u uuipuL iuu uusi iiuu iu uu
is to wet a towel or picco of sheeting,
Spread over infested part and pass a hot
iron over it"
It is mado in a tall glass pitcher of
' tho tankard shape. According to Juliot
recipe, given in tho New York
tho ingredients nro n quart of
champagne, a bottlo of soda, slices of
lomon, pineapplo, a low strawberries,
and tho rinds of cucumbers, which nro
cut tho full length of tho cucumbers.
This gives a delightful flavor and looks
attractive through tho pitcher. On top
n bouquot of mint, through which tho
liquid percolates as it is poured into
each glass, carries with it tho deli
cious taste. It is tho beau ideal of a
beverage Ohampagno cup goes woll
with birda at supper, or at a hot after
noon garden party.
Undo Itube Say, don't them eleo
trio cars kill pooplo pretty often round
Biopsy Nawj only oncot Up to
Singers lend tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and Bold. High
est awards a tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, enso of
loarning and couvonionco of ar
rangement. 13. Borcorsen, agent,
1 10.V Bethel streets.
Tho foreign budgol by the
lust mill is of a oharaetfr that
should set politicians to gues
sing on tho result of tho
Novembor election. Maine
comes to tho front with a big
plurality for tho Republican
candidates. Then comes
Arkansas with a big Demo
crutic majority and a jubilee.
Maine has six votes in tho
electoral college and Arkansas
eight, so that the stand off is
in favor of the Democrats.
Every ono in tho Hawaiian
Islands is interested in the re
sult it means either tho rise
or fall of the Hawaiian Re
public according as tho Tariff
may bo tinkered.
To counteract any evil re
sults of tho election whichever
way it may go tho duty of tho
merchants of Honolulu is to
provide themselves with a
stock of goods that will be a
gunranteo of low prices to
Prices will never bo lower
than wo sell goods for today,
but they may bo higher, par
ticularly in tho grocery line.
Buying direct from the manu
facturers and saving middle
men's prices enablo us to sell
at low rates, our customers
get the advantage of what wo
savo m our purchases.
Wo offer you today another
lot of Oak Brand Asparagus,
Sugar Peas, Sugar Corn. A
fresh supply of Snlt Salmon in
borrels and half barrels,
Mackerel in kits, Evaporated
Fruit in boxes, Acme Smoked
Beef, Salmon Steaks, Roast
Turkey and Chicken iu tins,
Onions and Propers always on
J. T. WATERHOUSE
startling, But po 1.
We placed an import order
for five hundred dozen pairs of
children's fast blacl: stockings,
'cause we thought them cheap.
Should have been here for July selling.
Maker pays dearly for delay.
Meant for 25 cents a pair.
Lateness squeezes two jiair into t
the price of ONE. J
startling, But o 1
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Waverley Block, 9 Hotel street
5 Shirts Made to Order.
Y.M.CA. Evening School
Sopt. 21st, and will continuo
for Two Torms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo organized In Ilook-Vceplnc,
Elimentary and AiUnnced Slinrtliaiul, 'lypc
rltlnu', Vocal uud Instrninentul .Music, tbo
Hnuallan Lauuuauo, Headline, Wiltltir, etc.
All Classes nro tree to members; to others a
fee of $U will bo charged.
5f For further Information, read our
pamphlet or rlug up 437. S!)7-llu
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, sill: lustro, 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 $3.50
a pioce, containing 10 yards and gtmrantioJ to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complote, Victoria and Purniati liwn, dimities
, iu stripos and plaids, nnn'ookp, mulls, swis muslins,
fancy plaid and striped whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fitiu Whito Mtifiliu iu openwork,
A grout Htock of
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
CS Wo expect within ion dnys a groat and now stock o
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. LtJfl),
Machinist, NicM aud Silver Plating,
G17 AND G19
Public notice Is hereby given tlmt tho un
deraluncd Kanlolanl bat distrained and levied
1 Kanlolanl bat (11
i following koo'I8
upon tuo tonowiiiK (r()0"sim cna'ieia, tue
property of C. Ilawkliu, for rent due by tbo
alu O. llawKtns to tbo enld Kaplol.-inl, and
In arrcar to the amount of four hundred aud
seventy-live dollars ($175.0(1), for rent of cer
tain premises situate on Klnj; street, Hono
lulu, Oalm, to wit:
Household goods, consisting of refrigera
tors, gasoline oil and wood stoves, book
cases, stained bedsteads, pluc, Iron, walnut
aud koa bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
olllco desks, rocking chairs, Japanese cabi
net, water coolers, koa sideboard, trash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bonis,
cushions, straw mbttrcsses, lamps, spring
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
hair mattresses, portlers, hat racks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
cqqslsting of squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, chisels, saws, augers, adzes. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and farriers' tools.
Also, lot of Jewelry con!t!ug or clocks,
watches, scarf ptiiB, chains, eurriDgs, cull
buttons, coins, sliver creeps. Also, a
lot of musical instruments, consisting
of banjos, drums, vIoIIub, bons, etc; also lot
of clothing, shoes, blankets, etc; also a lot of
miscellaneous articles consisting of pol
pounders, w Ire dress fratnes.earrlagc springs,
Ice saws, khovels, bookB, piano stools, hub
draut, parlor rifle, revolvers, canes, saddles,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
graphs, shot pouches and powder llusks,
brackets, curios, curtain poles, baby carriage,
coral, lislr, dumbbells, Iudlan clubs, blings,
birdcages, glassware, sewing inachlno, tho
whole constituting tho entire stock of sic
ond hand goods lately In the store of tho said
Hawkins at tho corner of King and Alakea
streets. And notice Is fuithcr given that said
courts and chattels will bo tnlil nt public
unction at the auction room ot Jiib .Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu, tl I, on
THURSDAY. October 1st, 18'Jt), at 10 o'clock
a m, to sullsfy the rent iluo anil In arrcar as
aforesaid on the, abovu described
By her attorneys, J Alfred Mugoon & W 8
I hereby give notlco that I have ro'
m1iio,i tlm General Aeonav of tho GfT
mania Lilo Intmranco Co. of Now York for
tho Hawaiian Ibluuilw, nud shall not bo
responsible for any rcprosoiitntious iu re
card to its busiueBU hero mado bv othera.
b O. D. CHASE.
Honolulu, Sept 15, 1S9U. 412-0t.
:!. I NO HAITI,
Signs of Every Description J
Gilding on Glass a Specialty,
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. M,
and 1:45 P. ic., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Plan aud 10 Percent
Discount for Cah.
g.Wr Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. O. AOUI, Ileal Estate Ilroker.
Septumbcr 21, 1800. 412-U
To Purchasers of Kewalo
Lots: '' .
All thoso parties having reeehed numbers
for lots are requested to call at our olllee,
whiro lots can now be eclcctid and the hut
UHUCE WAUINQ & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 18110. 412-tl
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