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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar has dropped to 8 cents.
Tou drunks woro givou the
usual Ouo this morning.
Tho Hawaii Ilerald is shortly
to bo enlarged to eight pngoB.
Ah Ivoon was fined S10 in tho
police court this morning for
Tho Australian crickoters will
pass through horo next month on
their way home.
An intelligent Portuguese boy
that speaks English and Ha
waiian is wanted.
Mrs. Lucicn Young, wife o tho
naval lioutonant, is a through
passenger on tho City of Poking.
The wedding of Dr. John Wed-
dick and Miss Winifred M. Bald
win lukus place nt Haiku on tho
Company 1) won tho match
shoot with tho police on Saturday
by two poiuts, the score being 391
Tame blackberries oro selling
at Eugene, Oregon, for 5 cents a
gallon on the vines.
Colonel McLean and William
Eussio woro among tho pas
sengers by tho Mikaliala from
The City of ' Poking had eight
passengers in her cabins for this
port and between thirty-live and
forty for tho Orient.
The mounted patrol and mount
ed reserve woro drilled by Mar
shal Brown on Saturday afternoon
at tho old ball grounds.
The contract for erecting tho
now Foreign church in Hilo lias
been given to t7. S. Pratt of Hono
lulu, for the sum of $9,-175.
It is said to have been definite
ly settled that Claus Sprockols
will erect his sugar factory on tho
Sponco ranch, threo miles from
George AV. Sea, tho efficient
clerk of the polica station, has
returned from Kauai and is ngain
on duty to the great joy of re
porters who have to call ou him
Band concert at Emma square
tonight. Today being the birth
day of both tho King aud Queen
of Portugal tho Portuguese an
them is added to tho program.
Professor Price's balloon as
cension did not come off on Satur
day owing to a rent in tho
balloon. It will occur at 4:30 to
day if the weather is favorable.
Sterling, the painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. He uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Seattle is fast becoming a groat
oity. Ouo thing which makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is one of tho best things ou
Officer AVolau was promptly
dismissed from tho police force
yestorday morning for brutally
treating a drunken man who was
under arrest and wns being car
ried to the polico station by threo
Johu McGinley, a boatman, was
hold to answer by United States
Commissioner Heacook in San
Francisco recently on a charge of
of attempting smuggle ashore two
Backs of dutiable seed from the
steamship Australia. His bonds
wore fixed at S500.
Mr. J. W. Mason, manager of
tho Capital Coffee Co. of Olaa, re
turned from a business trip to tho
Eastorn States by tho Santiago on
Thursday laBt. He was accompa
nied by his wife and family. Dur
ing hiB absonco, Mr. Mason pur
chased a largo amount of improv
ed machinery for his plantation.
A now commander for tho Lur
lino has already boon Bolectod by
tho Hawaiian Commercial Com
pany. Ho is James E. Denny, a
much younger man than tho form
er commander. Denny is well
known on tho Coast, having serv
ed as captain of tho stoaraor Hom
er, Santa Maria and Coos Bay.
Lately ho has been running a tow
boat out of San Pedro.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Uahes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Aek Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
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Lotters for "C. G." at Bulletin
A consus nofieo appears in the
xy .aiuiiorny coiuinn.
A. V. Gear inado the salo of a
3-aoro lot at Kalihi today.
Furnished rooms aro advertised
to lot at 69 Punchbowl street.
H. AV. Schmidt & Sons make a
specialty of mourning goods this
Tho Fronch war vessel and
shoro battory exchanged national
salutes this morniug.
A tin shanty on Bethel street,
opposite tho "Wavorley block, is
being torn down today.
This is tlin rnrmlnr mnntinir
night of Lodge leProgres do l'Ocea-
nio or Scottish Masons.
Consular flags aro flying today
in honor of tho Portuguese holi
day and French war vessol.
Anyone desiring a uicoly fur
nished room, or rooms, can securo
same at No. 50 Punchbowl streot,
A Japanese was arrested this
morning on suspicion of desert
ing contract service. His caso is
Tho Gonzales family leave for
Kohalaby tho Kinan tomorrow.
On their return they will give a
Two or threo dozen bottles of
beer, gin, whisky, etc., form an
exhibit in tho trial of George
Houghtailiog in tho District
Thomas Ballantyne, father of
Robert Ballantyne of this city,
died in Nova Scotia on August 27,
aged 8G years. A wife and nine
childron survive him.
a In addition to being summarily
dismissed from tho force a charge
of assault and battery has been
raado against Policeman "Welau,
who brutally kicked a drunken
man on Saturday night.
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jns.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. 8S Tele
John Makaula, an old petty
larcony thief, is iu choky again.
Out of charity ho was given om-
filoyment a few days ago by a
oadipg grocery firm, from whom
ho stole a keg of butter tliis morn
ing and surreptitiously sold it to
The "Now Ideal" Sowing Ma
chine sold by the Pacific Hard
ware Co. is warranted for live
yoars. It takes tho same shuttle,
noodle take up.bobbin winder and
bos tho samo food as tho "Now
Homo," Tho Pacifio Hardwaro
Ho Sure Xou Are night
And then go. right ahead. If your Mood Is
Impure, your appetite railing, 'your nerves
weak, you may bo sure that Hood's Sarsapar
Ilia Is what you need. Then take no substi
tute. Insist upon Hood's and only Hood's.
This Is the medicine which has tho largest
sales Iu the world. Hood's Sarsaparllla is
l lie One True. lilood Purlllcr.
Hood's Pills are prompt, cillelcnt, always
reliable, easy to take, easy to operate.
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned from his vacation on Ha
waii and haB reopened his classes
in Drawing and Painting. Privato
fmpils given instruction in special
ines. Ohss Days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Studio, 115 Hotel
Au Intelligent l'ortuguoso Boy tlint
xpenks English ami Hawaiian, Apply
BULLKTiK OFFICE, 7 a. m. 418-U
Rooms To Let.
Nicely Furnished and pleasantly located.
Terms reasonable. Apply at No. 69 Punch
bowl street, abovo Hotel. 418-3t
A Postal Savings Bank Deposit Book
(No. 1355) in favor of Mis. Lucy Slovens.
Finder pleaso return to Bulletin Ofllco.
Lodge Le Progres de l'Oceanie, No.
124, A. & A. S. Rite.
A Regular Meeting of Lodgo Lo Progres
do 1' Uconuio, No. 124, A. fc A. 8. Itito, will
bo held THIS (Monday) EVENING, Sopt.
28th, nt 7 :30 o'clook", ut tho Pythian H&ll,
an Foit street. Members ot Hawaiian and
Pacific Lodges and sojourning brethren nro
cordially invited to bo -present.
0. M. WHITE,
418.lt Acting Secretary.
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Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fact.
For docs not Antony ndvico
her to mount it and seek
Ctcsar when ho says:
"Of Ciusiir seek your honor,
with your safety."
Tho bicyclo is not a fad of
tho hour. It will live us
long in tho future as wo
date from Cloopatra's timo
in tho past.
It is too useful an article
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not ride simply
because you do not have
to go to an, office down
town every day, you
should know that you
aro missing half tho
plcasuro of life, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or evening, out
undor the opon sky.
Try it on a
over John Kott't.
rno.ii I'cir.n c. jo.vi.n.
Knit T Ilmrnlinn Ilonds IICicnt
nut on MoKliilc' election.
Hon. P. 0. Jones writes from
Now York that capitalists of that
city agree to take tho entire issue
of tho new Hawaiian bonds on
November 15th provided that
McKinley is elected. If Bryan
should bo elected the Now York
bankers will havo enough to do
to look after their own securities
without iuvesting in outside
ones, according to Mr. Jones,
who mentions among othor things
that every dollar of tho S20.000,-
000 in gold received from Eng
land in tho last few weeks is bo
ing carefully hoarded by Now
York bankers in anticipation of
the general panic which is feared
will follow the election of Bryan.
Tho objection to granting Mr.
Jones further timo iu tho matter
appoars to bo that the delay will
cause a loss iu intorost to tho
Hawaiian government, as tho old
bonds may havo to run unt'l tho
1st of July next year, owiug to
the shortness of time allowod for
notifying the English bond
holders that interest will cooso
on January 1st. According to
Minister Damou official notice
must bo given in London by
November 20th at tho very latest
that tho bonds will bo culled iu
and iuterost cease on Janua
ry 1st. This only allows Gvo
days between the timo tho Now
York bankers tako tho bonds aud
tho time publication must be
made in London. And the whole
naattor is depondout on tho elec
tion of McKinley. Minister Da
mon will probably refer the solu
tion of tho difficulty to tho Cabi
net after ho has wrestled with it
foi a timo.
At Flllina Sqitnro.
Tho government band will give
tho usual concort at Emma Square
tonight, with tho following pro
gram: PART I.
1 Overture Festival Bach
3 Finale "Carim-n" Hlwt
3 Selection "Nabucco" Verdi
4 Llpolipo. Malanal. Mahlua MalamaU.
5 Fantasia "Portue;ue5oTaUoo"...Meyrellc8
fl Waltz "Catnoes" Waldteufel
7 Ballad-"La I'aloma" Yradler
8 Polka "Squeijee" Casey
Boautifnl, artistic, accurate,
oharming island viows at King
Bros. Lvory promiuont poiut on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho host of our
SEPTEMBER 2$, 1890.
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Tho foreign budget by tho
Inst mail is of a character that
should set politicians to gues
sing on tho result of tho
November election. Maine
comes to tho front with a big
plurality fur tho Republican
candidates. Tlun comes
Arkansas with a big Demo
cratic majority and a jubilee.
Maine hns six votes in the
electoral college and Arkansas
eight, so thut the stand off is
in favor of tho Democrats.
Every ono in tho Hawaiian
Islands is interested in tlu re
sult it means cither tho riso
or fall of tho Hawaiian Re
public according as tho Tariff
may be tinkered.
To counteract any evil ro
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 bo a
guarantee of low prices to
Price3 will never bo lower
than wo sell goods for today,
but they may be higher, par
ticularly in tho grocery lino
Buying direct from tho 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.
We offer you today another
lot of Oak Brand Asparagus,
Sugar Peas, Sugar Corn. A
fresh supply f Salt Salmon in
bflrrols and half barrels,
Mackerel in kits, Evaporated
Fruit in boxes, Acme Smoked
Beef, Salmon Steaks, Roast
Turkey and Chicken in tins,
Onions and Propers always on
SCHMIDT & SONS'
or KVEItY UESCKIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trinis, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Y.M.CA, Evening School
Sopt. 21st, and will contiuuo
for Two Terms of
13 Wooks Each.
ClasBen will lie orcanlml In Jlook-kceplne;,
Klcmentary and Advanced Slwrtlinnd, 'lyjw
wrlllii(r, Vocal and Instrumental Musle, the
Hawaiian Laiicuo(;e, Heading, Wrlthm, otc.
All Classf uro Ireu to members; to others a
tea of S'J will bo charged.
I 11' 'or further Information, read our
jmiupuiel or ring up f. wi-iin
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N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, silk lustro, just tho thing for ovoning
drossos, only 20 oonts a ynrd
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bliok and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $3.50
a piece, containing 1G yards and guumntcod to bo puio
Our White Goods Department
is most comp'otn, Viotorin and Persian ltwu, dimities
in striio- and tibiids, niimookH, mulls, swim muslins,
fancy plaid and striped whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino While Muslin In open
A great stock of
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
JKa?" Wo expect within ton doys a great and now stock of
B & CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
LUND & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
J. T. MLI,
Machinist, Nickel anil Silver Plating
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
G17 AND G19 FORT STREET.
Public notice Is hereby clvcn tlmtttio un
derii;ned Kanlolant ha distrained and levied
upon tho following goods mid chaHcls, the
property of O. Ilawklni, for runt due by the
Mild C. Hawkins to the said Kaiilolanl, and
In arrcar to the amount of four hundred and
scvcnty-tlve dollars fl75.ini). for rent of cer
tain premises sltuatu on King street, Hono
lulu, Oaliu, to wit:
Household goods, consisting of refrigera
tors, gasoline oil and wood stoves, book
casos. stained bedsteads, pine, Iron, wulnut
and koa bedsteads, tables, writing desks,
nlllco deski, rocklug chairs, Japanese cabi
net, water coolers, koa sideboard, wash
stands, carpets, wire springs, wash bowls,
cushions, etraw mattresses, lamps, soring
mattresses, straw, wool and feather pillows,
linlr mattresses, porttcrs, hat racks, chairs,
mirrors, bureaus. Also, carpenters' tools
consisting ot squares, wrenches, hammer,
nipper, chisels, saws, augers, adzes. Also,
blacksmiths, coopers and farriers' tools.
Also, lot 01 Jewelry coni-lstlng 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 clotulug, shoes, blankets, etc; also a lot of
mlnpt-llftticnus articles consisting of nol
pounders, wire dress frames.carrluge springs,
Ice saws, shovels, books, piano stools, qua
drant, parlor rifle, revolvers, canes, saddles,
charts, bows and arrows, tin tubs, photo
irrnnln. shot nouchcs and powder Masks.
brackets, curios, curtain poles, baby carriage,
coral, hair, dumbbells, Indian clubs, bllngs,
bird cages, glassware, sewing machine, the
whole constituting the entire stock of sec
ond band goods lately lu the store of t lie said
Hawkins at the earner of King aud Alakca
streets. And notice Is further given that said
goods and chattels will be sold at p"hllc
miction at the auction room of Ju V Mir
gan. on Queen street, Honolulu, II I, on
TIIUH8DAY, October 1st, 18U8, ut 10 o'clock
a in, to satisfy the rent due and In arrear as
uforesuld ou tho above described.
lly her attorneys, J Alfred Magoon te W S
I lieroby Rive notico that I have re
signed the General Agency of the Ger
Htauin Life Insurance Co. of New York for
the Hftwniiim IslamlH, nnd Hhall not bo
rcsponslblo for any ropresontiitions In re
gard to ita buninons hore niado by othors.
0. D. CHASE.
Honolnlu, Sopt 15, 1800. 412-91.
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work. Ho.mtlful l'uttrrns,
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
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. , . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leuvo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waiunoo 1 50 1 25
Punnui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Flan and 10 Percent
Discount for Cash.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. C. AOIII, Ileal Estate Uroker.
September 21, lSOC. 412-tf
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All those parties having received numbers
for lots are requested to call nt our olllre,
where lots can now be selected and the first
11IIUCE WAKING A CO.
Honolulu, Bcpt. W, ISM. 412-tl
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