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EVENING J3CLLETIN, OCTOBER 2, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
AV. F. Storoy lins boun appoint
ed a customs guard.
Thrco "UtiBsinn AVar" fiendB
were arroBted this afternoon.
MrB. "Wray Taylor and child
will leave on tho Australia to
morrow. Buy au Octobor Doliueatqr and
accompanying patterns of; Mrs.
Customs Inspector Sch'inedon
La9 been granted a hard-earned
vacation o two weeks.
-" Accordiuc to Frank Brown's
4 rain gauge 15-lOOtlis of an inch
''of rain fell last night.
' , 0. T. Watorbouso has a superb
,-jjne of Haviland ware, tho quali-
ties of. which aro olsowhoro Bet
llvtrienio Eefrittorators aro all
that tho name iniplios. Call and
examine samples at' tho Pacific
Haul ware Co.
Tho Pioneer T3uildingaud Loan
Association will hold its next ro
gulur meeting on Monday, Oct.
Cth, at 7:30 p. m.
All who desiro to outer tho Y.
M. 0. A. classes muat do so be
fore next week, as tho rolls will
bo closod thereafter.
A. J. Derby. D.D.S., Dental
olHoe Cottngo No. 100, Alntceu
street, telephono No. 015. Oilico
hours 9 A.M. to 4 p.m.
Frank S. Dodge of tho Survey
Dopavtmont ha3 been appointed
Commissioner of Boundaries for
tho First Judicial Circuit.
J)r. Sloggott informs the Box
LEi.;that the man who swallow
ed muriatio acid yesterday by
mistake is now out of danger.
A. V. Gsar has rented tho store
next to tho Club Stables, also a
partly furnished house at Waikiki,
out of his advertised list olso
whoro. A largo number of people were
present on tho lanai and ver
andahs of tho Hawaiian hotel
during tho band concert last
A largo consignment of tho
latest stylos of Bird Oges, at
prices to 6iiit evory purse, has just
P r Meen opened at me JL'ucinc ilaru
The return match between the
polico and Company D teams will
bo shot off at tho Sharpshooter's
range, unless the Kakaako range
is gotten ready in tho meantime.
Among tho Hall's passengers
this morning was a crazy China
man frbm Hawaii, consigned to
tho Insane Asylum, aud five lop
ers for the Receiving Station at
Captain Harry Evans made a
thorough search of the bark Cey
lon before she loft this afternoon,
but found no stowaways. During
the morning ho captured a desor
tor from tho U. S. S. Adams.
A Pasadena wheelman, who ran
ovor a stone in tho streot a row
dayB ago 'and took a heuder, has
presented a bill to tho city for
damages, which aggregates tho
aura of 850 CO.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. have
received by tho Australia two con
sign mouts of pictnro moulding
ana mat board, and are prepared
to execute orders at lowor prices
tuan ,ever known before in Hono
Superintendent Brown had tho
leak in tho Punchbowl reservoir
fixed up yesterday and at 5 o'clock
Btarted to fill it again. Tho opera
tion took just five hours. It was
all right at 2 o'olook today and no
further trouble is anticipated.
Tho insano Chinaman who was
sent ovor from Hawaii was hand
cuffed on ono wrist coming over
When ho was ready to bo taken
to tho asylum it was found there
was no key on bund to fit the lock,
and Superintendent Cutter had
to get Captain Murray to cut tho
A late San Franoisco paper
sayB: Tho engagement of tho
Frawloy company has yet to run
four wooks, which will make tho
run a phenomenal ono of eighteen
weeks. From hero tho company
goes to Lob Angeles, opening for
four weeks in tho Los Angeles
Theater on October Gth. Thon
tho company goes to Honolulu.
j DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
-Jjiftifafcea Belter Bread and raslry tjian
VJ Any Other Known Brand.
Aik Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Hntlftfiirlnrr Annual Mrnllntf of thr An
The aunual meeting of the Freo
Kindergarten Society was largely
attended this morning and much
enthusiasm .expressed at tho pro
gress nmdo during tho past year
and tho prospects for tho future.
A great doal of good work has
been accomplished as tho attend
ance and teachers' reports show.
There is also a considerable sur
plus in tho treasury to Btart tho
coming year. Tho Freo Kinder
garton is endowed in tho gross
sum of $1300 per annum, $700
from 0. R. BiBhop and $G00 from
Mrs. , . S. N. Castle. All oxpenBO
outsido ofthis sum has to bo mot
It is, however, tho desiro of the
promoterB to put the Kindergar
tou upon an endowment basis so
that there will bo no necessity of
tho appoals to tho gonoral public
for aid. All members are request
ed to uso every possible effort to
securo this end.
At today's meeting tho roports
of tho fiuancial secretary, Mrs.
Dr. Day, and the treasurer, read
by Mrs. A. Francis Judd, also
tho auditor's statement and the
gonoral report of tho year woro
rendered, the latter by Mis. H. N.
Castle. Mrs. "YV. R. Castle, chair
man of tho nominating committee,
also filed her report.
Mrs. Hydo spoke at somo length
of Mrs. Coleman's absence and
the arduous duties connected with
Kindergarten work. Tho election
of ollicere for tho year resulted in
tho unanimous re-election of all
excoptiug Mrs. AithurB. Wood,
who had resigned and whoso place
as treasurer was filled by MrB.
There is a probability of tho
organization of a Kindergarten
on ono of tho plantations Boon.
Rev. D. P. Birnio favored peti
tioning tho government, asking
that tho ground now boing re
claimed at tho intersection of
King streot and Nuuauu stream,
be devoted to public use, one-half
ns a park and ouo-half as a
children's playground. MiuiBtor
Damon favors the idea strongly.
The value of tho Kindergarten
work in America and Europe is
incalculable. It is safo to say
that hundreds of thousands of
children have beon rescued from
surroundings which, past oxpori
onco has taught, would havo led
to lives of crime. The moral tono
of all Kindorgarton work is al
ways high. Tho beneficiaries
include evory man, woman
and child in tho comrauui
ties whore tho experiment has
been tried. Children aro taught,
in a plain nud simple manner, the
value and utility of material thinge,
the object of life. In short, tho
whole plan of Froebol's work in
culcates an enduring lovo of tho
good, the truo and tho beautiful.
In no hotter way can money bo
invested. In tho oud tho returns
ore large. The primary efforts of
the intelligent paront in moulding
tho mind of tho ohild are carried
on heto, and where tho child has
not had tho good fortune to have
wholesome homo surroundings
the Kindorgarton supplios them
in. a inaiked degree.
The 0. L. S. 0. is a four years,
course of reading for adults. In
every community, thore aro many
who ar'o anxious to do mora
mental work, and aro dissatisfied
with their present attainments.
The 0. L. S. 0. meots this need.
The books five each year and
itho "Required Readings in the
Ohantauqua" may bo finished in
nine months by reading 'forty
minutes each week day. A now
olass will be formed in tho parlor
of tho Central Union church on
Monday, Oct. 5th, at 2:15 p. m.
All aro welcome.
J. F. Eokardt, purvoyor at tho
Quoon's Hospital, has added to
the decorations of his office many
souvenirs of lm attondanco at tho
High Court of ForosterB in Cali
fornia. Ho has made a framed
collection of illuminated personal
cards, with photographs symme
trically iutorsporsed, which is a
thing" of beauty.
Singors lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and Bold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition forexcollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agont,
1GJ Bothol streets.
iffltn, ir5iifelMiitirWx - - yt'3
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
m Ql v ug&sb Sk W
(I'rlie ad written by Honolulu lady)
fill te li's 0wHei
nnd nil tho men and women
merely cyclers is n truer adapt
ation of an old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glance. AVe are a trifle behind
tho tiluos in Honolulu ns far ns
cycling .is concerned.
In "Washington, D. C, two
thousand men and women
formed in procession a few
weeks ago. If thoy rode six
ubraibt, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; three
abreast would moan n lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; bo in the swim.
You want to bo an up-to-dato
girl. . Thon buy a '
T. W. 1IOBRON, Agent.
This 2s tho complaint of
thousands at this season.
They have no rmpetlto: food
rlnna tint vnlluli nnd W.. fH. .ji i
causing severe Buffering. Such peoplo
need tho toning up of tho stomach and
digestive organs, which n course of Hood's
Sarsaparllla will give them. It also puri
fies and enriches tho blood, cures that dis
tress otter eating and
Only a dyspeptio can know, creates an
appetite, overcomes that tired feeling and
builds up end sustains the wholo physical
system. It so promptly and effectively
relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures
nervous headaches, that it seems to have
almost " a magic touch."
Distress After Eating.
"I have been troubled with Indigestion
for somo time. After eating anything
that was sweet I was euro to experience
great difficulty and distress. Last fall I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and am
glad to say that my stomach troublo has
entirely disappeared. I can now eat a
hearty meal of almost any kind of food
and havo no trouble afterwards. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has also cured mo of nervous
spells." JOIIN II. IIOMIUOIIACSEN,
Wheatland, Iowa. Such cures provo that
Is tho best In fact the One Truo Blood Purifier.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
. ,, rtft euro nausea, Indigestion,
nOOCI S FlllS biliousness. 25 cents.
Hobron Drug Co. Agents.
Building and Loan A'ociaisjon
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting
will be hold at tho Chambor of
Commeroo on MONDAY EVEN
ING. October 5, 189G, ut 7:30
S5CPavracuts are required in
A. V. GEAR,
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to tho Woman's Exchango.
Bring in your bills, they will be promptly
attended to. Telephone 059; t. O. Rox 430.
Notice is hereby given that I will not bo
responsible 'for nny debts contracted bv my
wifo. V. E. 1'ANGELINAN.
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Jamos W. Girvin, secretary of
the Chinese bureau of the Foreign
Offico, is being treated to a varia
tion iii his multifarious duties.
All "Chinese who were in tho coun
try prior to July 1 have to pay
porsonal taxes. Those who have
arrivod siuco aro grantod certifi
cates from tho secretary to that
offect. A rush for these tox-Bav
ers has begun, tho number issued
up to noon being nine. Sovoral
attempts to get a second
certificate for ono man havo
been foiled through the never
failing system established by Mr.
Girvin. In somo cases it would
Beom that the tacticians securo in
nocent but influential proctors to
work thoir game. While a BUL
LETIN man was sitting in the
office, thoro entered a Chinese ac
quaintance of many years, reput
ed to bo very wealthy, who pre
sented n bit of papor and askod
for the certificate of ono who may
bo called Sing Low. Mr. Girvin
turned tho leaves of a stub book
and told the gentleman that Sing
Low had already received his cer
tificate. He had arrived by the
China last month. Oh, that
could 't bo, hero was his paper.
But tho socrotary referred tho
gentleman to ono of his own
clerks, suggesting that he use tho
telopbonu. This was dono and
tho npplicant, taking it nil back,
bowed himself out with a Li Hung
J. I. WATERHOUSE
WHAT IS HAVILAND?
A half dozen years ago that
question was frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this make of china hns been
sold in tlio meantime that
evcryono knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just opon comprises some of
tho neatest, and at. the same
time richest patterns over seen
in Honolulu. Tho selection
was made only after a great
deal of study of Honolulu
SINGLE PIECES SOLD
at tho same rate that wo
sell a dozen and you havo your
choice of patterns. Tho lot
comprises all the pieces neces
sary to make a complete break
fast, dinner or tea set. Where
it is preferred wo will make
up a set with tho patterns j
different for each course. This
means Oyster, Soup, Fish,
Roast, Fowl and Dessert
Plates. If you want a set for
ONE COURSE ONLY
wo can fill tho order and
you m:iy add to it as your
.purso or convemenco suits.
Wo havfl also added to
our lines a largo invoice of
for decorative purposes. In
this lot wo havo pieces for
the tabic Whereby anyone
may decorate in a design suit
ed to their tastes nnd some
thing that will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thore is a
largo assortment of vases.
B" Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold tho
day it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
N. S. SACHS'.
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustre, just tho thing for evening
drosses, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, black and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 1G yards and guarauteod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most complete, Victoria nnd Persian liwn, dimities
in stripe and plaids, nnnoolcH, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and stripul white goods
At Eock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE -OF FASHION
Fiuo White Muslin in open work, lieautiful 1'uttcrnn,
A grout Mtook of--- ....
. Valenciennes Laces ' .;
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BST" Wo expect within ion days a groat ond now stock of
D dfc CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset made. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. .UX1,
Machinist, Nickel and Silver Plating.
017 AND 019
OF EVE11V DESCRIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. ThopnrtnorHUip borotofore existing be
tween Piing Chun, Chung Loo, Chang Ueo
How and Leong Nam, nuilor tho firm name
of Day Hoiso Restaurant, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho under
signod have bought out the business of tho
hto firm and will continue it at tho old
stand ou Hotel street undor tho sauionaino,
cotloot all outstanding Accounts and py
all bills due by the lato firm. They will
also issuo now meal tickets in exchange for
tho old ones from date until Saturday next,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1800. 413-2w
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Signs of Every Description !
Gilding on Gloss a Specialty.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 r. M., arriving in llono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50'
EwaPlantution... 1 00 75
Waianao 150 125-
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Has received a large consignment of
Frenoh v Claret V Wine
tW Ex "Mioworn." Rest Wine in the
Market. 30S-1 in
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All those parties having received numbers
for lots are requested to call at our olliee,
wlitru lots cau now be selecttd tnd the fir.t
1IKUOE WARING & CO. -
Honolulu, Sept. 10, IBU0. 412-tf
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