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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1800.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Pino fresh Seattle beor just re
ceived fit the Anchor.
AV. M. Qiffard of Win. G. Irwin
& Co. is back from tho Coast.
Kobort Calton nml fnmilv va.
turnod on this morning's steamer.
David Kua has been commis
sioned District Magistrate of Ka
Tho people on tiro French man-of-war
took in tho tqwn by search
light last evening,
John Graco, L. B. Kerr and J.
H. Schnack wore among the Aus
James Stoinor has leased his
Wnikilti promises to AY. M.
Graham for three years.
Ton per cent will bo added to
all personal taxos remaining un
paid on September 530th.
liijj lot of fine, fresh, frothy,
foaming Soattlo Beor at tho Louvro
saloon, 308 Nuuauu street.
Klemmo sells two for a quarter
at tho Louvre. That is, two glasses
half and half or two of Seattle
Seats for tho Olo Olson per
formance will bo on sale tomor
row morning at tho Hobron drug
Hon. Cecil Brown und wife and
James Campbell, wife and two
children roturned on tho Austra
W. H. Mclnerny is back again
from tho States with a full cargo
of boots and shoes to, fill up his
Miss Cahill, tho TTotol street
milliner, is'homo again with a big
Bupply of all the latest styles
in hats aud bonnets.
Judge H. A. "Widomaun and
wife, tho Misses Widemanu aud
Alex. Young aud wife roturned
from San FrauciBco today.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has taken the
town by storm. The designs are
elegant, up-to-dato and of tho
Lieutenant J. P. Fornandos has
eon appointed captain of tho sec
nd police watch iu place of Cap
ut! Scott who oooa to Wuiluku
as Deputy Sheriff.
There was a good crowd at tho
band concert last night but no en
cores. Tho French national an
thorn, as well as the Portuguese,
was played at tho close.
Mr.Bow3rs of the Merchants'
patrol jfound tho storo of G. Haou
nor, th'e ongraver, open last nifht.
lie left it in chargo of n police
man while ho hunted up tho
Dr. Soule, tho popular Burgeon
of the Australia, who has been
laid up at the Waldeck Sanitari
um in San Francisco for some
months past, has recovered and
resumed his position on that ship.
J. Tarn McGrow, who recently
arrived from his home iu Hono
lulu, left hero laBt night for New
York City to attend tho Collogo of
Physicians and Surgeons, aftnr
buying spont four years at Stan
ford University. Call.
Albatross, set apart
the United btates
imission, is on her
way homo from Japan and will
touch at this port. Sho has been
up in Behring's sea from whence
sho wbb ordered to make soma
cable soundings off tho coast of
Lewis & Co. received a largo
consignment of fresh Eastern
oysters, California oysters; sole,
ilounder, Balmon; Oregon cream
cheese; peaches, apricots, plums,
apples, grapes, prunes, pears;
tomales, cabbages, cauliflower,
turnips and many other table deli
oaoios from California and tho
East. All fresh per S. S. Austra
Tho Btoamer Miowora took to
Australia on her last trip 1000 tons
of Manitoba wheat and flour, 3
carloads of bicycles from Brant
ford, Ontario, machinery and oth
er Canadian products. Several
hundred tons Canadian flour are
boing shipped to Australia via
China by tlio Empress of China,
Bailing this week. Canadian ex
ports to Australia aro rapidly in
mRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
flijkes Better Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Aik Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Vr tho use of
" Olo Olson " on Saturday ovou
ing. Castle it Cooke liavo all sizes of
tho Globe lawn mower at moder
President Dole glided into port
unheralded on board tho steamer
Hawaii on Sunday.
A kanaka was arrested this
morning for refusal to comply
with census regulations.
Captain Hnrry Evans brought
a couplo of deserting sailors to
tho police station this afternoon.
Fresh frozen oystors on ico by
tho Australia can bo had in any
stylo at tho Beaver lunch rooms.
Officer Toma arrested a Japa
nese today who deserted from Pa
auliau plantation, Hawaii, (two
years and sovon months ago.
Chu Kun's trial for opium in
possession 1ms taken all Judge do
la Vergnn's tirao iu tho District
Court today, aud the end is not
Win. G. Irwin & Co. aro pro
pared to issuo through tickets to
all points in tho Unitod States for
tho steamor Australia sailing at I
p. m. Saturday.
"Wong Cbai Chu is under arrest
charged with embezzling $203.80
entrusted to his chargo by othor
Chinese. His trial has been
postponed until October Gth,
Mrs. Hanna recoivod the
October Delineator with tho vory
latost fashion plates and descrip
tive matter by tho Australia to
day. Also patterns to suit tho
When you aro down on your
luck and feel as if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloon and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibing a class of Seattle
I Rovcro Gnrdon Hobo baa ostab-
lished a lasting ropntation for
i superiority. The 3 ply granite
I brand will Inst longer than heavier
, '1 ply hose mado of inferior
j materials. Tho Pacific Haidwaro
A report in circulation this
morning that V. V. Aahford was
dead is untrue. Clarence Ash
ford was on tho steamor to say
goodbyo to Judge "Widernaun but
said nothing about his brother
being any worse.
John Makauln, who stole n keg
of butter from Lewis fe Co. yes
terday, pleaded guilty of larceny
in tho District Court this morn
ing. Being an old offender Judgo
do la Vorgno gavo him eight
months at hard labor.
Captain Arthur Coyno has
challenged the Star Basoball club
to play another gamo noxt Satur
day. Owing to the departuro of
; the Australia on that day tho
Stars will not bo ablo to play, but
a game will probably bo arranged
for Saturday week.
The Bulletin editorial office
had a pleasant call this morning
from 0. M. Heintz, owner of tho
Rural Oaliforuian, also secretary
of tho National Irrigation Asso
ciation. Ho oxpressed himself as
greatly pleased with tho country,
tho officials nnd tho people.
Tho native man, Mak aula, who
was arrested yesterday for steal
ing a keg of butter from Lewis &
Co., was not in tho employ of that
firm at all. Ho has boon, in times
past, given an occasional day'B
work thoro and wob loitering
about tho promises yesterday.
When tho opportunity offered ho
Btolo quietly into one of tho rear
entrances and, shouldering tho
keg, walked off with it.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
roll THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Sat ii relay, Oct. 3d,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The undorKieuod aro now prepared to
Issue Through i'ioketg (rum this City to all
points in tho United States.
E5For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
119 fit General Acjents.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Highest of all in Leavening Powor. Latost U. S. Gov't Roport.
(Prize tul written by Honolulu tally)
All i worm's Hwlesl
nnd all tho men and women
merely cyclers is a truer adapt
ation of an old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glance. Wo are a trifle behind
tho times in Honolulu as far as
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. C, two
thousand inoa, .and women
formed in procession a few
weeks ago. If tlioy rode six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; threo
abreast would mean a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; bo in the swim.
You want to bo an up-to-dato
girl. Then buy a
T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
JOSt.l'II XAWAIII'N zu:.:iai.s.
Armuiri'itiiMilN to Forward llicui on
tin- ICIiihii I'nll lliroiili.
The two nativo societies Aloha
Aina aud Kalaiaiua had made ar
rangements with undertaker E. A.
Williams to take churgo of tho ro
mains of Joseph Nawahi on their
arrival ou tho Australia and trans
fer thorn to the Kiuiui for ship
ment to Hawaii, aud when tho
Australia docked this marniug
Mr. Williams was on hand with a
hearse aud four fine black horses.
Tho wharf was crowded to buffo
cation with some threo or four
thousand natives who had intend
ed to follow tho hcnr.30 after the
When Mr. AVilliams -wont on
the stoamor for tho body ho was
informed that it was cousigned
toH. H.Williams instead of E.
A. Williams and as tho Boaid of
Health permit to land tho body,
was mado out in tho name of tho
consignee it could not be deli voted
to anyone else. J. K. Kaulia and
others who had tho matter in
chargo conferred with H. H. Wil
liams, who refused to acquiesce
in a proposal to let tho remains
bo convoyed fiom tho steamer in
his brother's hearse. Thore bo
ing nothing olso to do E. A.
Williams ordered his hearso
driven back to tho stable aud tho
nativo societies not knowing what
arrangements would bo mado
disporsod. Shortly afterwards
H. H. Williams' hoarse with four
bay horsoa was driven to tho
wharf aud the body delivered to
tho consignee. It was taken to
tho undertaking parlors first and
later to tho lata residence of tho
deceased at Palaina, from whence
it will bo shipped to Hawaii on
tho steamor Hawaii tomorrow.
Ilcuiilimi Mull Is attlio Anchor.
Anyono ontering tho Anchor
Baloon during business hours, or
in the ovoniug, is immediately
charmed by the handsomo array
of gamo birdB teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates the bar. They aro all stuffed
aa you will bo, with rioh, nourish
ing boor, cold and clear, and with
tho palatablo viands of tho lunch
counter. Tho Seattle beor, fino
wines and liquors aro of tho best
quality and alwayB fresh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham usob
every idea which his massivo brain
suggests, to please his patrons.
Tho Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon in town. J. End 3 King
W. II.t'rnMfortl (lot A nay ultli i:ight
Last evening Captain Parker
and a posso of polico visited tho
old Chinese theater and
nrrested twouty-oight performers,
Bupors and employes besides W.
H. Crawford, tho managor, for
performing without a license. Tho
Chiuoso protested ugainst tho ar
rest, claiming that Crawford had
taken out tho license. Thoy were
nil marched to tho polico station,
aud, with tho exception of Craw
ford, boou afterwards bailed out by
Wing WoOhan, who put up a chock
for S'itfOO as bail monoy.
Lator dovolopmeuts show that
tho Chinese havo boon victimized
by Crawford, who has system
atically beon plundering tho gov
ernment and deceiving his part
ners. It appears that Crawford
has been the one entrusted with
obtaining tho license for the daily
performances aud has been given
$5 daily by the treasurer of the
theater for tho purpose. Ho wont
to the Marshal daily with his ap
plication for a liconso and
got it endorsed. Instead
of going to tho Interior
ofiico and getting tho license he
tore up tho application und ap
propriated the money.
Tho theater, managers claim to
bo able to show that they have
paid Crawford 85 por day regular
ly since April 13th to pay for tho
liuonse, aud as they have not boon
notified to tho contrary believed it
waB boing regulorly issued. Tho
books of tho Interior ollico
show that tho only licenses
issued wero for tho week
during which the Eliio Adair
Tho loss to the government
niuco April loth is about $800.
Crawford has some property which
he will probably havo to disgorge.
Tho cases have not yet been sot
Ex-policeman Wolau Kumano,
who bruttally kicked a drunken
.man tho othor night and was dis
charged u om the lorco last Sun
day, pleaded guilty to a chargo of
assault aud battery iu the District
Court this morning nnd was
Boulouccd to threo mouths' hard
Captuin Johu Good received
word by today's steamor of tho
Borions illness of his mother, who
mddea in Los Angeles', Califor
nia. He will leave on tho Aus
tralia next Saturday.
With Hood's Sarsapa
rllU,"SakMTal!c,"and show that this medi
cine has enjoyed public confldoneo and
patronage to a greater extent than any
othor proprietary medicine. This Is bo
causo It possesses greater medicinal merit
and produces greater cures than any other.
It is not w hat wo say, hut what Hood's
Sarsnparllla docs, that
Tells tho Story.
All advertisements of Hood's Earsaparllla,
like Hood's Sarsaparllla itself, are honest.
Wo have never deceived tho public, and
this with Us superjatlvo medicinal merit,
is why tho poople have abiding aonddenco
In it, and buy Hood's Sarsaparllla almost
to the exclusion ot all others.
Customers Want Hood's.
' Wo order Hood's BarsoparllU In largo
quantities and it is tho only blood purifier
which a druggist can buy In largo quanti
ties without risk. It la selling very rapidly
and customers who buy It onco aro suro
to call tor Hood's tho next time. Wo bo
lievo Hood's Sarsaparllla muBt possess
true merit in order to retain Its popular
ity. Its sales exceed all similar prepara
tions and its praises aro often heard."
L. Sommer. & Son, Springfield, Illinois.
Thousands of druggists say tho samo.
Is the best In fact the One True Blood Tiiriner.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
HrkrkH'e Dill- aro tliu only 11IIN to tal;o
nOOCl S PUIS IthllooU'sBarsaiK-uola.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shades, silk bistro, jtst tho thing for evoning '
drosses, only 20 ocnts a yard. . ' . . , ,
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins v,n
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bl.iok and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a piece, contaiuing 1G yords and giiurnnUod to bo pnio
Our White Goods Department
is most complote, Victoria nnd Purinn liwn, dimities
in stripo and nlnids, nan-ook, mulls, swis muslinsj
fancy plaid and striped white goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fine Whlto Muslin in openwork. Uonutiful I'utlfriis,
A great stock of .... '
Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B Wo expect within ton dayB a great and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo the
fiuost Corset mado. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. MLJ,
Machinist, Nickel and Silyer Plating.
017 AND 010
t U llll
llllllF 1 X UU1U1
OF EVERY DESCIUrrlOJJ
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Intelligent l'ortURueso Boy that
speaks English and Hawaiian. Apply
Bollktin OmcF, 7 a. ni. 418-tt
A Postal SavlngH Hank Deposit Book
(No. 1355) iu favor of Mw. Imcy Stovens.
Fiudcr please return to Bulletin Offlco.
Rooms To Let.
Nicoly Furnished and pleasantlv If catod.
Terms reasonable. Apply at No. 59 Punch,
bowl strcot, uboo Iloto'.. 418-3t
raw gTTiiinBTrfnrTTiiTi'TTirfr"'TTTf " """"ll Q
IH. "W. jl
SCHMIDT fi SONS' 1 1
Signs of Every Description !
Qilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:1G a. m,
and 1:45 P. 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
Waianao 1 50 L25
French Claret !
Urn) received a large consignment of
Prenoh v Claret v Wine
fJW Ex "Miowera." Host Wiuo in the
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All those parties, hating reeched numbers
for lots are retiuesUd to call at our ofllce,
where lots can now he sclccttd and the lirut
11UUCE WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, Ib'JO. 412-tf
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