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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Don't forget the now illustrated
Delineator nt Mrs. Hanna's.
Jordan's store has just received
carpets, mats and rugs in largo
The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has Bomotlring now to ro
mark in this issue.
Mons. VoBsion, French Commis
sioner, is not going to lecture to
tho'Sons of the .Revolution.
Tho Young Hawaiiaus Institute
' will hold a mooting this evening
at tho usual hour and place.
Rosorved seats f$r tho Olo
Olson performance on Saturday
aro going off like hot cakes.
The Regatta Committee hnvo
887 on hand towards nest year's
celebration, after paying all ex
penpes. All members of Oalm Lodgo,
K. of P., are ospooially requested
to attend tho regular meeting this
Daniel II. Caso, a native of
Kansas, has been admitted to tho
practice of law in "all tho courts of
The band concert at tho Hawai
ian hotel tonight in honor of the
French naval officers is euro to
draw out a big crowd.
Oh, Yo Women of Fashion !
The October Delineator, full of
'tho latest in regard to coBtumes
feminine, is now on sale at Mrs.
Tho government band played at
Jueou Emma Hall this morning
om 11 to 12, for tho benefit of
io children who attend tho Freo
Mrs. Seave, a first class dross
makor, will reopen tho dress mak
ing parlors of N. S. Sachs, form
erly occupied by Mrs. Mollis, on
There will bo a practice gamo of
'football tomorrow aftornoon at
tho Mukiki grounds between the
Athletic Association and First
The steamer Peru, on which
Hou. Paul Isenberg and family
are expected, will bo duo Novem
ber 2, not Octobor -2 as a tele
phoned item said yesterday.
Mrs. Geo. Ottorson, who takes
tho part of Bridget O'Flannigan
in Olo Oloson Saturday night,
has imported n hat from Ireland
hiado specially for this part. It
is understood that it is a master
piece iu its way.
Kaea was arrested this morning
for running a gamo of Russian
war. Ho is an old offonder. An
other native was arrested for aid
ing and abetting in the gamo but
was allowed to go after being
questioned by tho Marshal.
Tho Honolulu Road Club, an
association of wheelmen having
for its objoct tho promotion of
good roads, perfected its organiza
tion last ovoning and decided on a
handicap road race on tho third
Saturday of this month, freo to
If you want to hear good musio
enjoy a gjass of tho uew beer, and
have a nice lunch for 12J cents go
to tho Hawaiian hotel this ovon
ing. Waggoner and Lucas will
both be there and havo promised
that everything will bo just as
, About twenty - five wheelmen
met at tho Hawaiian hotel to con
sider a proposition from 0. S.
Desky for tho building of a bioy
olo track at Kowalo. Tho matter
avob referred to a committee con
sisting of W. Harris, 0. L. Ole
mont, T. V. King, J. S. Martin
and S. Crano.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Malccs Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your QroctrfFor It.
VNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Annual Stcetlug of tlio Free Kludor
The annual mooting of tho Freo
Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association will bo hold tomorrow
morning, at 10 o'clock in tho Y.
M. 0. A. Hall. Reports will be
road, giving account of tho work
done during tho past year, and
officers chosen for the coming
year. Members of tho Associa
tion, thoao who wish to join, and
all who aro interested in Kindor
, garten work, are cordially invited
to bo present. Tho Board of Sup
erviBors.will meet for special busi
ness at 9:30 a. m.
:nsiou imu;m: niAMas.
Llt riiii)c'trmil OunrtN-liOt of
Inspector Hitchcock and guard
Enos having resigned, some nee-
cssary changes havo been made
on tho customs force. After to
day, tho discharging inspectors
will bo Scott, Schmedon, Bick
noll, Dowsett andJGroves.
Groves was promoted from tho
guards today. Tho day guards
will bo Clark, Houghtailinp,
Nunes and Wallace. W. W.
Needham will be district inspec
tor, having chargo of tho night
watch. Tho night inspectors will
bo Kanuha and Manoha, assisted
by eight native guards.
Owing to tho increasing ton
nago calling at this port, tho cus
toms forco has more work than
formerly. Port Surveyor Strata
moyor has his hands full. In ad
dition to his regular duties, ho
has to look after all tho Asiatic
immigrants, which former survey
ors wore not required to do, the
duty being performed by a Cus
tom Houso clork employed for
Ohinoso contract laborors arriv
ing from tho Orient give tho Port
Surveyor and his men much
trouble Their friends from up
town go down to the wharf, and jab
ber away to them before they aro
removed to Quarantine Station.
This is whore tho trouble comes
in, as it is thought the frionds
give them bad advico about differ
ent matters. Whou asked to sign
before going to a plantation, some
of them rofuso, and thou thoro is a
rumpus. To prevent this as far as
possiblo, no Ohiuo.se, oxcopt those
having government passes, aro al
lowed on tho dock, but still it is
hard work watching thorn.
Trouble nt liuir.iitlno Stntlou,
Tho 114: Amoy Chinese who
aro in quarantine on the island
aro giving the authorities lots of
trouble. Throo duyB ago six of
them escaped and agont McVeigh
was compelled to ask for six oxtra
guards, who were sent over. One
of those who escaped surrendered
today and is now in the police
station. Tho other five aro still
This morning thoso at tho qua
rantine station refusod to sign
thoir contracts. Ministers Cooper
and Kiug, with Major Potior,
mado two trips to tho island today
to try and Btraighton out matters.
The World' liveliest Woninli.
One huudrodand thirty million
dollars is tho colossal fortune
which Lucienno Premelio Hirsch,
granddaughter of tho late Baron
Hirsch, will eventually inherit,
and it will make her tho richest
woman in tho world. Sho is 14
yours old, and lives in Brussols,
whoro sho is boiug educated. In
hor foaturos bIio resembles her
mother, who was a Frenchwoman.
In hor expression and the genoral
coutour of her face tho likeness
to hor fathor, who died some years
ago, is striking.
For a simple cologne, such as is
useful iu a largo family whore tho
children aro fond of holping
themselves to "mother's belong
ings," an excellent formula di
rects that sixty drops each of oil
of lavender, oil of borgamot, oil
of lomon and orange flower water
bo added to a pint of alcohol.
This should bo corked and well
shaken. It is moro fragrant but
more oxponsivo if five drops of
altar of roses and five of oil of
sandalwood bo added.
Company A will have a busi
ness meeting at tho drill shed
Notice is hereby given that I wilt not bo
responsible for any debts contracted by my
wife. V. E. PAUGELINAN.
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
A. W. SEABURY,
Collectors Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange
Bring in your bills, they will be promptly
nttonded to. Telephone 059; 1'. 0. Box 430.
Highest of all in Lcavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
I'rlie ad written by Honolulu lady
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
I his is a fact.
For does not Antony ndvico
her to mount it und seek
Cojsur when ho says:
"Of Ctosur seek your honor,
with your safety."
Tho bicycle is not a fad of
the hour. It will live as
long in tho future as we
date from Cleopatra's time
in the past.
It is too usoful an article
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not ride simply
because you do not havo
to go to an ollico down
town ovory da', you
should know that you
aro missing half tho
plcasuvo of lifo, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or ovontng, out
untlor tho open sky.
Try it on a
over J oli n Noll's.
Induced by tho use of coco, opiate or nar
cotic compounds la bad, decidedly bad.
It undermines tho health and shatters the
constitution and tho patient Is steadily
growing Into n worse condition often
resulting in the terrible slavery and
misery of tho cocaine and opium habit.
Sleep induced by tho uso of Hood's Sarsa
saparllla may not come m quickly, but It
comes moro Burcly, permanently and Is
And refreshing bcciuso it Is realized
through nature's great restoring and re
juvenating channel purified, vitalized
and enriched blood. This feeds tho nerves
with llfo-glving energy and builds up tho
system and constitution from tho very
foundation of all health and lifo tho
blood pure, rich, red blood.
" I was generally run down last spring,
appetlto was poor and I could not sleep.
Hood's Sarsaparllla built tno right up,
gave good appetlto and I, was soon ablo to
got a good night's rest." 0. P. Whitney,
Merchant, Ycomans St., Ionia, Michigan.
Is the One True Wood Turlfler. All druggists. Si.
w,wl ran,, curellverllls.easytotake,
nOOUS FHlS easy to operate. S5cunU.
Hobron Drag Co.. Agents.
PER S. S. "AUSTEALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
The Itfgular Sleeting of Oahu Lodge,
No. 1, K. of P., will bo hold in Pythfan
Hull, Fort street, (it 7:30 o'clook. THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, Oct. 1st. All mem
bers are especially requested to be presont.
Members of Mystic Lodgo and visiting
brothers nro fraternally invited.
421-lt l'EB OBDEB 0. 0.
The Undersigned bog to an
nounce that from and after
Thursday NlghOct 1,1896
THE UNRIVALED .
ST. LOUIS BEER
Will bo served ON DRAUGHT
To meet tho times and competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
I2kts. Per Glass
Wo quote from lotter of tho
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable firm havlwr represented
u for o many years wo believe It uscle-s to
call your attention to the moilts of our arti
cle, but vrc should like to repeat nualn and
call your attention to the fact Hint ours is
THE ONLY PUKE BAKLEY MALT 11EEK
MANUKACTUKE1), and corn eercallne and
other adulterants as well as acids, for the
preservation of beer, ore unknown In our es
tablishment. With tliu above you may go
before the public in our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
the high reputation of Anheuser
Beer. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it an
immediate favorite It stands
without a peor, without a rival,
without ovon a comnntitrir. Tt
received the highpst awards at tho
Columbiun Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho provailiug prico of
12 Cents Pkb Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is a wiso man who cots
tho best quality for tho loast
IN THE ,
October 3, 1890.
BENEFIT TENDERED TO
By Co. "B, N. a. H.
All New Scenery !
A Pine Cast !
New Music !
Tickets, - $1.00
At Hobron Drug Co.
Booms To Let.
NicelyFurnlshed and pleasantly located.
Terms reasonable. Apply at No. SO Punch
bowl street, abovo Hotel. 418-3t
A Pofltal Savings Bank Deposit Book
(No. 1353) in favor of Mm. Lucy Stevens.
Finder pleaso return to Bulletin Office.
Mr. 0. Bosso and Mr. II. A. Isonbcrg
have been authorized by us to sign our
firm namo jointly by procuration.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 24, 1890. 410-lw
Nolice is horeby Bjvon that I. the under
signed, has this day given a full power of
attorney to Mr. Au Con Chee, of Kapna,
Island of Kauai, who will net for me
during my absemo from tho Islands.
Dntod at Hnnalel, Kauai, Aug. 31st, 1890.
399-lm TAM BEE SEE WO.
N. S. SACHS'
520 H-ort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
Indolicnto abodes, silk 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 $2.50
n piece, containing 1G yards nnd guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria and Persian lmvn, dimitioH
in stripos and plaids, nini"ookp, mulls, swiS3 muslins,
fancy plaid and striped wliito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fino White Muslin in opan work. Boautiful Patterns,
1 A groat Btock of -.-
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B"" AVo expect within ton days a groat and now stock o
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset made. . .
Brass Signs and
s. t. iu:vi,
Machinist, Nickel and Silycr Plating.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
017 AND C19 FOKT STREET.
MIDT & SONS'
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dissolution o Copartner
ship. The partnership heretofore oxisting bo
tween Pang Ohun, Chang Loo, Chong Mee
IIow and Loong Nam, under the firm name
of Boy Horse ltestnnrant, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho under
signod have bought out the business of the
lato firm and will continue it at the old
stand on Hotel street under tho same name,
oolleot all outstanding aocouuts and pay
all bills duo by the lato firm. They will
also issno now meal tickets in oxchango for
tho old onos from dato uutil Saturday next,
1 CHANG MEE HOW,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1800. ' 413-2w
Signs of Every Description 1
Gilding on Gloss a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 A. m,
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class Sd Class
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
French Glaret !
Has received a largo consignment of
Frenoh v Claret v Wine
VST Ex "Miowera." Bet Wino in tho
Market. . 30S-lm
To Parohasers of KeValo
All those parties having received numbers
for lots are requested ' to call at our oIBre,
where lots can now be selected and the llrst
11HUCE WAKING Si CO. .
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1800. 412-ti
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