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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 5, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Presidont Dole is expected homo
on the Kinau tomorrow.
Tho Doric is duo tomorrow
night with seven days' Inter nows.
Tho usual band concert will bo
given at Emma squaro this even
ing. N. S. SaoliB invites tho ladioB to
call and see his fall opening of
San Francisco domes about
$150,000 annual revonuo from li
Citizens' Guards certificates
can bo framod at King Bros for
from 25 cents up.
Tho Maui Baseball Club has
clmllorged the Stars to play next
Saturday at Kahului.
There was an increased ntton
danco at tho Emma square baud
concert on Saturday afternoon.
Ei D. Touuey and Mrs. F. M.
Ili.toh were at tU Occidental
hotel, Sun Francisco, on Septom--j
Extensive improvements aro be
ing inaugurated at Emma square
Oho of them will bo an entiroly
Tho Pioneer Building audLoau
Association moots this evening at
7:30 at tho room of tho Chamber
Hygienic Refrigerators aro all
that tlio iiarno implies. Call and
oxamino Bamples at tho Pacifio
Two nntivoB wero arrested this
morning. Ono is held for inves-
rrsJJDration and the other is charged
1 with the larceny of a coat.
rjJH. A. Lindloy and L.O.Abies
ktt lmxtlttr. rlioortl ttA rn rtnnrali in f lift
' Iitndley Coffee Co. will honco-
Cv J.ui1 t-. a.Iiia1ai ! Ti T.ind
October's isBuo of tho Anglican
Chronicle is well filled with edi
torial matter of much weight and
social and ecclesiastical. nowB bud
gots reploto with interest.
There is n complaint of too
much fast riding about town. A
native hack driver camo down
Fort street yeaterday at a four
minute gaifc and it was a wonder
'someone was not hurt.
It is proposed to sond forty
thousand unmarried women from
Eastern Canada to British Colum
bia for tho purpose of supplying
tho demand for wiveB. The eaino
thing was done once by Franco
for tho bonofit of tho propondor
nut bachelors of Eastern Canada,
and tho result was entirely satis
factory. All ladies interested in tomper
ancH work, and especially young
ladies, nre requested to bo present
nt tho "Woman's Board of Missons,
on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. Gth, at
2:80 o'clock at tho Central Union
Church, to moot Miss Parrish,
seventh round the-world mission
ary of tho Woman's Christian
Mrs. JatneB Brown Potter has
sot tho craze in Melbourne, Aus
tralia, for women to part their
hair on ono sido, nnd hundreds of
society woraon iu that part of tho
world havo now discarded frizzes
iu order to adopt tho Potter coif
furo. Ab Mrs. Potter will likely
appear at tho local theater on hor
veturn from Australia thoro is
ganger of tho epidemic spreading
in this oity.
A fine road has been built from
Napoopoo to tho Central Kona
Sanatorium, .making it easy for
tourists to visit the place. Con
veyances meet all Btoamers. Dr.
Lindloy's reBort iB becoming vory
popular with tho Honolulu public,
tho charges for board being
reasonable S2.00 a day or $10.00
a woek. Medical attendance is
extra. If you want a fow quiot
days visit the pleasant resort.
Franklin H. Austin, at ono timo
Seorotary of Stato to tho lato
King Kalakaua, and who recently
essayed journalism in Vonturn,
haB torn himself away from tho
brain-racking labors of tho sanc
tum and will now court tho god
dosB of fortune from tho lecture
platform. A Santa Barbara pa
per informs us that ho will lecture
on the Hawaiian Islands. The
oxact location is not given. Tho
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Setter Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Dr. Avordam of tho Pacific
Fertilizer Works ioturncd by tho
Claudino from a trip to Maui.
"Olo Olson" is advertised to be
repeated next Thursday ovoniug.
Tiokots for sale at Hobron Diug j
There wero very fow at cricket
practice on Saturday, but they put
in work that will tell at tho .next
It is gonerally expected that tho
temporary appointment of Antouo
Rosa as Circuit Judgo for Hawaii
will bo confirmed.
W.O Sproull returned from a
trip to Kauai yesterday. Ho was
accompanied by Mrs. A. M.
Sproull nnd children.
Tho H. A. A. O. football team
will havo a mooting this ovening
nt tho Y. M. O. A. at 7;.30, for tho
purposo of electing a captain.
Iu the match shoot between tho i
Solice and Company D teams on j
aturday laBt, tho military proved
the victors by a scoro or 410 to dUO.
Tho Central Houso is now va-1
cant after eight years' occupancy ,
oy ivrcn. oinciair, who uas taicen
tho Gibson premises on Union
Tho Hobron Drug Company
display a handsomo frame contain
ing pbotographs of tho Frawloy
Company, who are to appear
shortly at tho Opera Houso.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. There is some talk of organiz
ing n baseball club for next season
to bo known as tho "Hoalani" and
to bo formed from tho mombor
ahip of tho Hoalani Yacht and
Judgo do la Vorgno is engaged
this afternoon in inquiring into
the sanity of two whito men who
woro arrested this morning. Ono
of thorn was only recently released
from tho Asylum.
Tho Minister of tho Intorior haB
notified tho Mutual Telephone
Company to take down tho tele
phone tower on tho old Honolulu
Hale, as the biuiio is loaning over
at a dangerous angle.
Tho old staircase to Honolulu
Halo on Merchant street is being
torn down this afternoon, prepara
tory to tho erection of a now ono.
It is said tho upper floor will
shortly bo renovated for tho now
law oflico9 of Thurston & Stanley.
Thoro was a largo attendance at
the Makoo Island baud coucoit
yostorday afternoon and tho pio
gram seemed to givo goneral satis
faction. Tho now bandstand was
used, although the carpenters and
painters uro not yot through
Captain Conradt told a roporter
today that arrangements wero
about completed for tho Stars to
accopt tho challenge of tho Maui
Baseball Club for n gamo next
Saturday. The boyB will leave
on tho Kinau on Friday morning,
and roturn on tho Claudino on
Sunday in timo for church.
Since1 Mr. Bums' illness nnd
the consequent disbanding of tho
circus, tho two boys, Tako and
Kaohies, havo been attending
school, and aro now making ns
rapid progress in tho lino of
education, as they formerly did in
tho sawdust ring. Ono has boon
taken by Mrs. S. Turner, nnd tho
other by Edw. Doyles,so that both
havo good and comfortable homes.
Mr. Levingston, propriolor of
tho " Kash " furnishing goods
storo on Hotel street, lias had
Homo vory handsomo braBS and
enamel signs put up in front of
his storo. On Saturday nightor
Sunday, a dirty miscreant malici
ously scraped off a portion of tho
onamel. It was an outrageous
and oxtromoly annoying pieco of
hoodlumism. As the offender is
known ho will bo arrested cm
sight, and will doubtless receive
tho full penalty of tho law.
At lEiuma Nquare.
Following is tho program ar
ranged for this evening's concort
at Emma squaro: '
Overture Tlie Flutlstc Kllng
Fantasia My Old Kentucky Uome,.Dalberc
Selectlon-11 Travlatak Verdi
UooUcdo, 1'ua Alanl, Nu'a o ka I'alal.
Variation Maul no o ka 01 (new)...,
Clarionet Solo by Mr Bantanna.
Fantasia-Dance In tho Orecn Kllenbcrg
March El Caption Sous
AValu Morning I'apcrB Strauss
Highest of all in Loavoniug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
SL T IBBBBB
t'rtie ad written by Honolulu laJ)
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fact.
For docs not Antony ndvico
her to mount it nnd seek
Cnjsnr when he suys:
"Of Cicsnr Pcok your honor,
with your safoty."
Tho bicycle is not a fad of
tho hour. It will live as
long in tho future ns wo
dato from Cleopatra's timo
in tho past.
It is too usoful an articlo
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not ride simply
becauso you do not havo
to ,go to an office down
town every day, you
should know that you
aro missing half tho
pleasure of life, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or evening, out
under tho opon sky.
Try it on n
T. W. HOHKON,
over John Xotl's.
j Tired Feeling is exceedingly common and
dangerously significant. It is a warning
( which must bo heeded, or, as with tho
cxpross whloh falls to regard tho danger
signal, disaster must follow. It is a suro
indication of thin, weak, impuro blood.
I It Is certain admonition that tho blood Is
not properly feeding tho nerves, tissues
nnd organs of the body. Weak, nervous,
men nnd women aro found everywhere.
Men strivo too hard to " keep their busi
ness up," women work too much " on their
nerves," all havo too llttlo sleep, thero
is oxccsslvo drain on strength and nervous
energy, and all complain of that tired
By purifying and vitalizing tho blood,
Flood's Barsaparllla furnishes abundant
supply of nourishment for every nerve,
organ and tissue of tho body. This fresh
supply of nervo strength overcomes ner
vousness; the now vigor In tho blood soon
banishes that tired feeling; tho tons
given the stomach creates an appctlto,
'cures indigestion and dyspepsia. Tako
The best In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
u,it rt;ii are tna be' aftcr-dluner
nOOCl S PUIS pills, aid digestion. 250.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
The undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of Lahains,
lato of Honolulu, Onhu. deceased, by order
of tho Iionorablo A. 1'erry, Socond Judge
of the Circnlt Conrt, First Circuit, hereby
nolilloa all persona haiug claims against
said estato to present tho ftaino with
vouobors duly authenticated, if any exists,
even though tho sumo be scoured by mort
gage upon real estate, to him nt his office,
No. 210 King Rtreot, Honolulu, Ouhn,
within six months from tho date horeof, or
such olalnis will be forever barred, All
porsons iudobtod'to said ostate are notified
to pay such dolus to tho undersigned,
A. V. GEAlt,
Administrator onm testamonto aunexo
of the Estate of Lahatna
Dated Honolulu, 8pt 0th, 1800. 403-St
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
fr-Td-Pnrrlnfrna Hiirira nml Ilnoks fit all
J. T. WATERHOUSE
WHAT IS HAVILAND?
A half dozen j'ears ngo that
question wns frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this make of china hns been
sold in tho meantime that
everyone knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just open comprises some of
tho neatest, and at tho 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 we will mako
up a set with tho patterns
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 tiny add to it as your
pur&o or convenience suits.
We hav also added to
our lines a largo invoico of
for decorative purposes. In
this lot wo havo pieces for
the table. Whereby anyone
may decorate in a design suit
ed to their tastes and some
thing that will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thoro is a
largo assortment of vases.
Jd" Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold tlio
day it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
No. 10- Store
Iugs! Iftigsl 3ugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry nnd Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
All Just Received at
N. S. SACHS'
C20 Fort Street.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
October 6t-.li," 7th and 8th.
A FINE SELECTION OP IMPORTED
Hats, Bonnets and Toques
Millinery Novelties !
EP Ladies arc cordially invited to call.
Fino Whito Muslin in opou work. Do vutifnl Patterns,
A great stock of--- ....
. Valenciennes Laces
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
fi" Wo expect within ton dayB a groat and now stook o
D 3fc CORSET
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to ho tho
fiuost Corset mndo. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. B.UM),
Machinist, Nickel and Sifter Plating.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
C17 AND 019 FORT STREET.
MIDT i S
OF EVERY DESCKIFTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. Tho partnership horotoforo oxisting be
tween Prtng Chun, Chang Leo, Clmug Meo
How and Loonp Nam, under tho Ann name
of Bay Ilorse Iteatanrnnt, is this day dig
solved by mutual consent. Tho under
signed havo bought out the business of tho
Uto Arm and will continue it at the old
Btand on Hotel street under the sainoname,
collect all outstanding nocounts and pay
nil bills due by tho lata firm. They will
also iwuo now meal tiokots in exchange for
tho old ones from dnto until Saturday next,
1 ClUNG MEG HOW,
Honolulu, Bopt. 21, 1800. 413-2w
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will loavo at 9:15 A. m,
and 1:45 P. 11., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d CUM
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Has received a large consignment of
French v Claret v Wine
Or Ex "Miowera." Best Wine in tho
During the abseneo of Ohas. S. Desky
from tho Hawaiian Islands Mr, Walter 0.
Woedon is authorized to collect all monies
duo to the firm of Bruco Waring & Co. and
Chas. S. Dcaky and to receipt for tho same.
BROOE WA11ING & CO.,
CUAS. 8. DESKY.
hours. TELEl'lIONE 4D0.
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