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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 7, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar 3 1-10.
MyBtic Lodge, No. 2, K. o P.,
moots this evening.
The infant child of Rev. A. V.
Soares died enrly this morning.
The Amoricnn League tookiu a
couple o now momborslast night.
The eenson of annual meetings
of sugar corporntionB i8 at hand.
W. "V. Goodale of Onomea
plantation returned on the Doric.
Pointed toes and russet shoes
are going out of fashion in foot
wear. Tho Doric will take nine pas
8ongors from this port to Yoko
hama. Tho Call of Sopt. 25th has n
picturo and interview with Otto
Tho URual baud concert at the
Euuutive building comets oir this
Otto Iseuberg, with hia wife and
two children, returned from tho
Coast by tho Doric.
Tho Pacific Tennis Club will
keep open house at their quarters
on Union square this afternoon.
Goorgo P. Denison of the Oahu
Railroad was in Los Angolos
when the Doric loft Sau Irau
cisco. Postmaster-General Oat and
Chester Doylo wero among tho
Iwolaui's passengers for Hawaii
State Senator Denison of Cali
fornia has sent Major McKinley
n live nnglo as a mascot for tho
Dr. M. E. Grossman, "W. M., of
Honolulu, conducted the masonic
rites at the funeral of Jiulgo
Austin at Hilo.
Larry Deo promises to import
the finest potatoes that ever went
into a pot as a specialty of tho
City Feed Store.
In the match game of football
between Stanford University and
tho Reliance club of Oakland
neither sido scored.
Tho Hawaiian National band
was playing an engagement at tho
Orpheum thoatre, San Francisco,
whoa the Doric left.
fl The Hilo Hotel was to remain
closed from tho departuro of tho
Kinnu until Mrs. L. T. Grant took
charge on the loth iust.
J. R. "Wilson of Hilo has en
larged his Riverside blacksmith
and carriage works, and opened a
carriage repository in Hilo town.
Bees "Wanted. Two hundred
hives Italian bees. State number
of frames of brood to hive, and
all particulars. Address "X," Bul
George L. Faulkner, a pioneer
San Francisco printer, died in tho
City of Mexico on Septomber 13th.
"With his father ho founded the
Pacific News, one of tho first
papers established on the coast.
A San Francisco exchange says
James Campbell will loturn to
San Francisco as Boon as ho
straightons out necessary business
matters hero and fight any attempt
on the part of "Winthrop's attorneys
to get a now trial for their client.
More changes in tho customs
force wore made yesterday. In-
epqotor Scott was transferred to
.' the Collector's office and InBpec--1
tor Dowsott has returned to the
Appraiser's department. Guards
Storoy and Morton were promot
ed to tho inspectors' rank.
Murdor will out and so with
good tea, thore'B no kooping it a
secret, for just as soon as Mrs.
So-and-So discovers good tea she
tolls all other Madames So-and-So,
and thoy all make a boo lino
for tho Palaraa Grocery, whore tho
Celebrated Salvation Army Brand
of Tea is sold. H. Cannon, solo
agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Police Commissioner GunBt of
San Francisco, who reoontly re
turned from Now York, says ho
lias been commissioned by an
Eastorn syndicate to put $50,000
at 2 to 1 that McKinloy is elected;
even money that ho carries New
York by 50,000; at $800 to $1000
that he carries Now York by 75,
000, and $1000 to $5000 that he
carries Now Yorky 125.0P0 votes.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and raslry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
James Finney has a squaro
Benson piano for sale.
Miss Cahill announces a grand
fall oponing of millinery for three
A Chinaman was arrested this
morning for stealing a rooster
from a native
Furnished roonis and unfur
nished kitchen are to let by O.
Tho Boards of Hoalth and Edu-'
cation hold regular weekly meet- '
lugs tuis at tor noon.
Tho Btoamship Monowai, duo
hoi eon the 15th, carrios $2,375,
000 in gold for tho United States.
Tho P. M. S. S. China made
her last trip from Honolulu to
Sau Francisco in five days oight
hours, boating tho record by three
A largo consignment of tho
latost styles of Bird OigeB, at
prices to Buit overy purse, has just
I been opened at the Pacific Hard
I ware Co.
Tho annual meeting of the Lei-
lnui Boat Club will bo hold at tho
I Hawaiian Hotel at 7:30 this even
ing. A full attendance is re
quested. According to the Star tho Star
baseball club has already selected
an umpire for tho gamo on Maui.
Has the Maui club no choice in
Tho Bwell hats at Sachs' aro tho
fnlk of tho town. If you havon't
soon them wo would advise you to
go thoro at otico; tho opening con
Two hundred hives of Italian
baes aro wanted by "X," Bulle
tin office. Letters may be loft at
tho managing office, 210 King
streot, or mailed to Unit address.
An engagement is rumored in
Ran Francisco between Tyrone
Power, who comes to Honolulu
. with tho Frawloy company, aud
1 Edith Crane, who played "Trilby"
I hero on tho way from Australia.
I Tho time of Judgo do la Vorgno
and throe lawyers was occupied
I this morning with tho trial of
j J. F. Carreira, accused of using
threatening language to G. J.
' Rosio. It resulted in his being
reprimanded and discharged.
Riloy, one of tho crow of tho
Ladas who is detained in tho
police station for refusing duty,
is a character. He sings liko a
lark, has been seven years in tho
British Army, is a bricklayer by
trade but follows tho sea for a
John Sullivan writes to tho Bul
letin from Suu Francisco to say
that ho is really tho brother of
Mrs. Johu Lycott, referring all
interested to that lady's uncle,
Maurio Ahern, 810 Lyon
street, San Francisco. He
does not give reasons for hurrying
his sister off to tho Coast so un-
I ceremoniously as was reported at
the time, but hints that a satisfac
j tory explanation can bo given for
1 her going to San Francisco with
r.ATKSI roitMGN NEWS.
Continued from 5th Page.
IIIR CIIHAX H'AK.
SPANISH 11ILL8 AT A DISCOUNT IN
SURGENTS ARE AGGRESSIVE.
Tho bank bills issued by the
Spanish banks aro at 20 per cent
discount in Havana. A corres
pondent of the London Tiroes
predicts that within a few months
thoy will be at 50 por cent dis
count. Both tho custom house
and tho Spanish bank itself rofuso
to accept tho notes. It is therefore
ridiculous to hope that Captain
Gonoral "Woylor's deoreo will
maintain them at par.
The bitterness against tho Unit
ed Statos in Cuba is constantly on
tho increase, and it is Boon that
nothing stops tho landing of the
Tho steamer Bozan has arrived,
having on board sixty' officers and
21d0 Boldiors of tho ro-onforce-ment
for the campaign. v.
Tho insurgents have burned tho
houses on tho plantation of Car
Sunday night there was firing
upon nearly all of tho forts on the
Mariol trocha, but without effect.
Gener.1 Fitz-Hugh Lee may
retire from the Consul-Generalship
of the United States at Ha
vana, on account of strained rela
tions with tho palaco. Ho is also
said to bo jealous of Minister
Taylor at Madrid, where Oubnu
cases aro ultimately settled, thus
robbing Loo of national credit for
Highest of nil in Loavouing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Where to get it.
Thoro are soveral remedies for
thirst. Water is nil right, but
how much pleanntor is n glnss of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate. Ours is nn agreeable
romedy. Wo gunranteo n cine,
not n permanent cine, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leave anything to
chance in preparing our plcusnnt
thirst lomedies. Wo tuko the ut
most pains with overy detail.
We wont skimp on material cither.
We use fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
The same with pineapple. De
cayed fiuit is never used for our
fruit flavors. That's ono lenion
our flavors don't taste like the com
mon soit you got nt other plnces.
Got your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co.
Last and allthotlmo Hood's Sarsaparllla
has been advertised as a blood purifier.
Tho great cures by Hood's Sarsnpnrllla
have been accomplished through purified
blood. Scrofula, salt rheum, eczema,
rhcumatUm, neuralgia, yield to Hood'B
Barsaparilla, bccauBo It eradicates tho
Vcstlgo of those Impurities which have
been developing, perhaps tor years, in
tho blood. Hood's Barsaparilla cures
nervousness by feeding tho nerves upon
puro, rich blood. It absolutely and per
manently cures whon all other modlclnos
fall, becauso Hood's Barsaparilla
Strikes at tho root of tho dlseaso, which
Is in tho blood. Thousands testify that
they have been absolutely cured of blood
diseases by Hood's Barsaparilla, although
thoy had become- discouraged by tho fail
ure of other medicines to glvo any relief.
No other medicine has such a record of
cures as Hood's Barsaparilla, becauso
Ii Uw but In fact the Ono True Blood rarlfler,
u .i, - aro the only Pills to take
Hood S FlllS vlth Hood's Barsaparilla
Hobron Drag Co., Agents.
Sale of Real Estate !
In pursnaoco of on order of the Circuit
Court, of the First Ciroilit Hawaiian Isl
ands, the undersigned will sell nt I'ublia
Auction at tho auction room of W B Luce,
On SATURDAY, October 10, '90,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All of tho following Rool Estato situato
at Wnianne, Oahu, and disoribod in Royal
Patent 471. Kulcnn 2999 to Nakea as
Apaua 1 House Lot and Agricultural
Land, Commenting at tho N V tornor,
.and running K 1 01 oh as along the bound
ary of KawaiaraauQ, from thenco B 1V,' E
3.41 ohas, from thenco N l.yt- W 4 17
olioa. alone the stream, from thence N 33-
E 2 25 cbas ulong the boundary of Pan pan
to place of commencement. Containing
an area of 7.G2 sq chas.
Apana 21 Fatohes and Kula Land.
Commencing at the V corner and running
X 1U' E 2.10 chas alonp tho boundary of
MobJ, 8 85- E 00 links: N 1.4 E 2.42 chas
N89 E 50 links along Konohikl, Sill
E 1.C0 chas, B 8S- W 2.75 chas. to place
of commencemeut containing an nro.i of
5.65 sq chas. Total area 1 317-1000 aoros.
KiTTerms cash in United States gold
ISTConvoyance at expanse of purchnnor.
V. W. McOHEbNEY,
Administrator of the Estate of M, de la
Siva, deceased. 412-Gt.
JOSEPH NAWlllI'M FUNEItAIi.
Popitlnr nenioimtratlon on Arrltalof
Hie Ilndy at Hilo.
The Hawaii dropped anchor in
tho harbor at 8 a. m. Friday, hav
ing on board tho remains of
Joseph Nawahi. His wife, two
sonB, daughter aud sevonteon
others 'same up also. Tho coffin
was brought ashore at Waiakoa
on n beautifully decorated doublo
canoo, boiug followed by three
other doublo canoes and four
shoro boats which mado an im
posing array. At tho bond of tho
river the hearse was waiting, into
which tho coffin, covered with an
Hawaiian flag and beautiful
wreaths, was placed. Sixty-five
Hawaiiaus drew tho conveyance
by a draped cord and over 500
peoplo formed into procossion.
Whon tho load reached tho Haili
church ovor 1000 pooplo wero in
lino. Tho Hawaiian committeo
mou wore decorated with a late
picturo of tho deceased on tho
breast of whoso shirt front was
seen a Bilvor badge of tho "Royal
Ordor of Kalakaua and Kapio
lani." The Haili church was crowded
to its utmost capacity. Kov.
Dodm, speaking from tho pulpit,
said that the body of tho deceasod
would lie m stato in tue cuuron
till Suuday at 2 p. m. whon tho
funeral and procession would tako
placo. Both the Hilo band and
tho Boaiding school band will
play at tho funeral and interment.
The flag of tho Hawaii was at
halfmast as was also that of tho
Court House. Wailing of Ha
waiians was heard on all sides
from tho lauding to tho present
depository of tho deceased's re
maius. Hilo Tribune.
An inmenso concourse attended
tho funeral, which was imposing
in ovory respect, as well as of im
Tho Parisian offers his arm to
his fiancoo whon walking together,
tho Londoner takes her arm.
Soveral Fnrnishod Booms also Unfur
nished Kitchen at O. GertzV, in rear of
Kawniahuo church, second gate below King
Piano For Sale.
i Square Benson Piano
For sale cheap for cash, Apply to
Foot of Vincynrd street.
Grand Fall Opening !
FOR 3 DAYS
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
October 8:h, 9th and 10th.
I will Exhibit my Large Recont Impor
hats, Bonnets, Toques
And all tho
Xatest; Novelties I
Also, a Kino Lino of
Persian and Dresden
OitaA.NDiE Shirt Waists
The Latest Novelty is tho
16 to 1 Sailor Hat !
428 St !C9 Hotki. Stkbkt
Tlio undersigned, the Anslence In Bank
ruptcy of tliu Esiato of II F. llertelmann,
gives notice tbat he has tiled In theC'licult
Court, First Circuit, Hawaii in Islands, his
accounts as such Aulgnee and hat asked for
a settlement of the same and a dliabarge and
that hearing on tlicr samo has been set for
Friday, October 0th. 1896. a 10 o'cock a. m.
Anlgnec of tho Estate of H.F. Bertelmann,
bankrupt. , 42V-Ht
Hotel Streot Staying Parlor.
Three Chalra. Flrat-claes Work.
Hoir Gutting r, 0,
SuaviiiR is o.
Ilotel streot opposlto Bothel.
N. S. SACHS'
520 F-orfc Street.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
October 6th, 7th. and 8th.
A FINE SELECTION OP IMPORTED
Hats, Bonnets and Toques
Millinery Novelties !
$-&" Lndies ore cordially invited to cnll.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fino Whlto Muslin in cpan work. Bountiful P ittems,
A great stock of . ....
. Valenciennes Laces
' . . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B2F" Wo expoct within toil dayB a groat find uow Btock o
D & Gr CORSETS
Ordered Speeialy lby Us !
This is known to bo tho
fiuost Corsot mndo. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. l.UND,
Machinist, Nickel and Silver Plating.
617 AND C19
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
' Etc.f Etc., Etc.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Typewriteb, Cofvjst, Transla
tor (English and Hawaiian)
piT OIHco with W. n. OA8TLE. 425-tf
Notice is hereby given that I will not bo
responsible for any debts contracted by my
wile. V. E. PANOELINAN.
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Gloss a Specialty.
AT TUE ,
iWsday, Oct Sth.
V&" Will bo Ropeated -)
Tickets, Si, 75c. andoc.
BQuBalo of Boats at Hobroa
Drag Co. 424Z4T
A. W. SEABTJRY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange.
Bring in yonr bills, they will be promptly
attended to. Telephone 050j P. O.lijJO.
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