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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 30, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
This is pay tiny for Government
Architect lliploy has gone to
Kahnlui for a few days.
W. 0. Achi has just got his now
and commodious real estato ofllces
Tho Boards of Health and Edu
cation will both bo in Bussion this
E. 0. Macfarlauo
homo on tho Doric,
due hero on
Maria da Mello, n Portuguoso
lady, waB nrrosted this morning
Thoro Was very little business
transacted in tho District Court
' thiH morning.
Spocial attontion is called to
tho uotiuo that tho Hawaiian hotol
has in this issuo.
Tho American Leuimo took in a
ouplo of now members at its
meeting last nignt.
Complaints are made of n dau-
'genius holo in Nuimnu street op
posite- tho Wnito Mouse.
Captain Baylo and staff of tho
Erenoh frigate paid a numbor of
official visits this moruiug.
Bijj lot of fine, frosh, frothy,
fonmiug Seattle Beorajt tho Lonvro
saloon, 808 Nuuanu street.
A native was arrested this
morning and held for investiga
tion. He ib an old jail bird.
Two sailors from tho bark Ladas
aro in jail, one for retiming duty
and tho other for battering tho
Tho Bishop of Panopolia paid
a visit to tho French war vussol
yesterday and was accorded a
Tho Bulletin was the only
paper which correctly named tho
new Sheriff of Kauai,- L. M.
A mooting of tho Pacific Ten
nis Club will bo hold at tho ofiico
of tho Bafo Deposit Company nt
All tho soats and paraphernalia
needed to finish up tholrwiu opera
house arrived on the Australia.
Somo of tho chairs were delivered
at tile opora house yestorday after
noon. Charles MoCandleBs, tho young
Hawaiian artist, carao from Ha
waii on tho last trip of tho Kiuau.
Ho iB now located in tho photo-
Sraphio studio of T. P. Sevorin on
The Houghtailiug trial will
come up again in tho District
Court next Tuesday, tho lawyers
having until that time to file
briefs on tho legal questions in
volved in the case.
A. P. AVaugh, tho American
theatrical manager who was sent
from New York to tho Orient to
manage Elsie Adair's company,
died very suddenly at Shanghai
in tho early part of August.
Tho Oiiineeo boy who was shot
yesterday morning died in tho
hospital at G o'clock this morning.
A cimreo of manslaughter will
probably bo entered ngainst tho
boy who fired tho fatal shot.
Tho native who was arrested
for refusing to answer quostious
put to him by a census official
pleaded not guilty this morning
boforj Judge do la Vorgno, and
hia case wont over until Satur
day. Tho annual business meetingof
tho Freo Kindergarten Associa
tion will bo held at tho Y. M. 0.
A. hall, at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning. Tho supervisors aro
requested to moot at the eamo
placo at 9:30 o'clock.
Tho Society of the Soub of tho
American Devolution will cele
brate tho anniversary of tho sur
render of Cornwallis with appro
Eriato exerciscB on October 19th.
tons. Vossion, tho French Com
missioner, and Captain Apploton
of Boston will deliver addresses.
Quito a display of pyrotechnics
was witnessed from tho beach
at Waikiki last night. Capt.
Brown of tho Hawaiian
steamer Aztoo sot off a number of
firoworks as a compliment to
Messrs. LowiB and Dimond for
their many kindnesses extended
him during his stay hero.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and raslry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents.
Tho tuR lma pulled tlio Lnkn,
olaowhoro roported ashore, off the
ThoUuiversalStoves and Haugos
aro eoiuc off liko hot cakes at the
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S.,
office CottAgo No. '100,
stroet, tulephono No. 615.
hours 9 A.M. to 4 p.m.
The Government band will nivo
a concert at tho hotel tomorrow
ovening in honor of tho French
man of-war now in port.
Hon. Paul Isonborg will arrive
hero on tho stoamor Poru on
Friday, Oct. 2, accompanied by
Mrs. isonborg and two daughters.
M. A. IMxoto. proprietor of tho
Union harbor shop, noxt to tho
Art Gallery, guarantees to givoa
shavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
Tho contract for ouo hundred
hydrants for tho Honolulu Water
Works has been awarded to the
Chapman Valve Co. of Indian
Orchard, Mass., at 25 oach. Bids
for boilers, etc., aro still under
Bids for tho orectiou of a story
and a half eotfago for Dr. II. W.
Andorson worto opened at noon
today as follows: Wagner S7153;
Oudcrkirk 87338; Bed ward S75175;
Bertolmann 874'17 and Lucas
88251. Tho contract will most
likely go to tho lowest bidder.
COI'II.VS WOltTII nio FORTUNEN.
r.xiuuplcn of r.xtrnvnirnncn On Iloth
HI don r the Ncn.
"Fools and their money," re
marks Sparo Momonts, "has no
bettor illustration than tho case
of Mrs. Hillier of Now York, who
rocontly buried her late lamented
husband in a coffin that cost $20,-000-
Tho coffin wbb of Bolid
mahogany, highly polished and
elaborately carved, with hinges,
plates and handles of solid gold,
richly chased. Each of the
handles, of which there wore six,
weighed seven pounds, and tho
silk with which tho interior was
lined was specially manufactured
at a cost of 810 a yard.
Mrs. Hillior has had prepared
for herself a Bimilar coffin, costing
slightly more than her huBbund'B,
and a magnificent pall, valued at
817,500. Wherever bIio goes, and
Mrs. Hillior is a groat traveler,
tho cotlin and pall go with her,
and aro rarely allowed out of her
A fashionable New Yorkphy-'
rician has prepared for himself a
coffin of rosewood, highly polish
ed, and incased in a Tacowork of
gold, which, on account of its
iinoness, has taken two men four
years to carve. Tho cost of this
elaborate coffin is said to bo $30,
000, tho jewels with which tho
nails aro Btuddod accounting for a
great portion of this hugo Bum.
A high class firm of funeral
furnishers has just supplied a
massive oak coffin to a prominent
Liverpool merchant, who has had
it mado to ordor, aud it lsdostiued
to somo day hold his own person.
The coffin iB quite modest in ex
ternal appearance, being merely
polished oak with hoavy brass
mountings, but it is lined with
real "point" Inco, edged with pearl
beads, and cost tho fubulous sum
Misconduct of n Car Ilrlvor.
The driver of tram car No. 10
needs a good talking to rolativo to
tho proper amount of respect duo
to funerals. While tho funeral
procession in honor of Joseph
Nawahi was passing down Fort
street, car 1G drovo across King,
tho driver forcing tho horses
directly against somo cf tho ladieB
in tno uno or marou ami iairiy
driving them out of tho way.
Thoso ahead were warned and the
entiro procession moved asido
while tho tram proceeded on its
way down to Queon street. Tho
driver of car 13, immediately bo
hind No. 10, had tho courtesy to
stop at tho King street corner un
til after tho carriages as well as
thoso on foot had passed.
A notico is posted in the polico
station stating that the following
appointments will tako offect at
midnight: L. M. Baldwin as
sheriff of Kauai; Captain Scott as
doputy-8horiff of Wailuku; Jack
Fornandes, captain of tho 2d
watoh of polico; Abraham Kokai,
lieutenant of tho second watch,
James Chamberlain, lieutenant of
tho first watch.
Highest of all in Loavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Itoport.
S2I1 . Rr Mfjm umm
Where to get it.
T hero aro sovcral remedies for
thirst. Water is nil right, but
how much plcwuitor is n glass of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate. Ours is an agreeable
remedy. Wo guarantee a cure,
not a permanent cure, however
for a dime.
Wo don't lcavo anything to
clinnce in preparing our pleasant
thirst remedies. Wo take tho ut
most pains with every detail.
Wo wont skimp on material cither.
Wo use fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawborry."
Tho sanio with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is novor used for our
fruit flavors. That's one reason
our flavors don't tasto like tho com
mon sort you get at other places.
Got your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co.
The Undimisionki) beg to an
nounce that from and aftor
ST. LOUIS BEER
To meettho timos and competi
tion, it will bo .furnished at
I2kts. Per Glass
Wo quoto from lottor of tho
Anheuser-BuBch Browing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable Arm having represented
us (or so many years wo bcllevu It tiscle-s to
call your attention to the merits of our arti
cle, out we should like to repeat again and
call your attention to the fuct that ours Is
THE ONLY 1'UltE BARLEY MALT UEER
MANUr'ACTUHED, und corn cen-allne and
other adulterants as well as acids, for the
preservation of Leer, are unknown In our es
tablishment. With the above you may go
before the public lu n'ur naiuv."
No encomium of ours can add to
tho high reputation of Auhcuser
Boer. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it an
immodiato favorite. It Btands
without a peer, without a rival,
withoul ovon a competitor. It
recoivvt!u'es highest awards at tho
Columbia Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho provailing prico of
12 Cents Per Glass,
places it within tho reaoh of all,
and ho is a wiso man who gets
the best quality for tho least
MACFARLRNE & CO.,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA.."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
ZZC y&, tm A 3B
"Thoro aro fada in medicino os well as
In other things," said a busy druggist,
"but tho most remarkable thing about
Hood's Barunpsrllln Is that customers who
try other remedies all come back to
Hood's, and this is why tho enormous
sales of this mediolnokcop up whllo others
and In a short tlmo go out of sight en
tirely, to bo heard from no more."
"Why Is It?" "O, simply because
Hood's Sarsaparllla has more real curatlvo
merit than any mcdlclno I over sold."
This Is of dally occurrcnco In almost
ovory drug storo. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is
tho standard remedy which has cured
more sickness, rcllovcd moro distress and
mado moro happiness by bringing pooplo
health than any othor modlclno. Its
wonderful cures of tho worst cases of
scrofula, running sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
etc.; of dyspepsia and other troubles
where a first class tonic and aid to diges
tion was needed; of catarrh, rheumatism,
malaria and other troubles arising from
or promoted by impuro blood, havo mado
Tltn standard the Ono True Blood Purifier.
w ,, i-.,, aro tho only pills to tako
nOOaS HlIlS wlthllood'suarsaparllla.
Hobron "Drag: Co.. Agents.
October 3, 1800.
BENEFIT TENDERED TO
13y Co. "B," N. O. H.
Pine Cast !
Tickets, - $1.00
A Postal SaviugH Dank Dcponit Book
(No. lflfio) lu favor of Mis. Lucy Htovens.
Finder pleaso return to Bulletin Ofllco.
Rooms To Let.
Nicely Furnliilied and pleiantly located.
Tonus reauonablo. Apply at No. 50 runch
bowl street, above Ilotol. 4l8-.1t
Mr. O. Bobro and Mr. fl. A, Ibonberg
havo "boon authorized by us to sign bur
firm namo jointly by procuration.
U. HCtfFELD & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1890. 410-lw
Notico is hereby eiven that I, tho under
signed, has this duy given a full power of
attorney to Mr. Au Cou Cheo, of Kapaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for me
during ray absenre from the Ia'amln.
Dated at Hnnalol, KiwoI.Aur 31st, 1800,
390-lm TAM BEE 8EE WO.
I iioroby filve notico that I havo re
signed tho General Agonoy of the Ger
mania Life Iusurauco Co. of Niv York for
tho Hawaiian Islands, and shall not bo
responsible for any representations in re
gard to its businoss hero mado by othors.
O. D. 0IIA8E.
Honolulu, Sopt 15, 1890. 412-0t.
N. S. SACHS'--
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicato shndfS, silk lustro, JLsttho tl ing for evening
drossos, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioce, containing 10 yards and gunr.iut(ol to bo puio
Our White Goods Department
is most comp'otp, Viotoria and Pir-ian liwn, dimities
in Btripo and tluds, naifookn, mulls, swias muslitiB,
fancy plaid and striped whito goods
At Hock Bottom Prices!
Fino Whito Muslin in openwork.
A great stock of
. Valenciennes Laees .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
&$r "Wo expect within ion days n groat and now stock o
Ordered Specialy toy Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
LUND & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
J. T. IUX1,
Machinist, Nickel aM Silyer Plating,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
017 AND C19 FOItT STREET.
IDT i SONS
OF EVEHY DESCniPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Eta, Etc., Etc.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. Tho partnership heretofore existing bo
twecn l'ang Chun, Chang Leo, Chong Meo
IIow and Leono Nam, under tho firm name
of Boy Horse Restaurant, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho under,
signed havo bouuhl out tho businoss of the
lato firm and will continue it at tho old
stand on Hotel street undor tho same name,
collect all outstanding accounts and psy
nil bills duo bv the lato firm. They will
also isfroo now meal tickets in exchangs for
tno out ones irom iiaia uuui Diiiuranj utn,
1 CHANG MEE HOW,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1800.
of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. m., 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
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Hns received a large consignment oi .
Frenoh v Claret v Wine
Best Wino in the
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All tliOfo parties having received numbers
for lots are requested to call at our olllce,
where lots can now be sclecUd ind tlie first
11KUCK WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1800. 412-tl
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