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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBER 10, 1890. 5 J
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
in tiii: imimci: couitr. Highest of all iu Leftvouing Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Eoport. A .'.. - . . 1
Tlie Troiihln on the hlilp rri I'ln- fiFEfe. A . rfT Vlft "H A 1 ' ! V JL JL JL l JL IN Vjl i3f
Crickot prnctieo nt i o'clock.
Nicely famished rooms nt tho
Popular House. 154 Fort Btroot,
from S1.00 per wool, up.
AV. "V. Dimond m tikes spacinl
montiou o several articles very
'audy to 'nro about tho 'ouso.
Alterations in Molnorny's bIioo
dopartment aro approaching com
plotion. but business is not in
terrupted. Mrs. Trogloan, as executrix of
the late Henry S. Trogloan, has a
notice to all concorneu in tho os
Four Japaneso poddlors wore
liauled in by tho polico this morn
ing for Belling foreign merchan
dise without a license.
llov. Mr. Birnio preaches at tho
Coutnil Union church tomorrow
morning. In tho qvouing there
will bo a praise service.
Asfnmsortlouliitimi cun decide,
tho totnporaturo of comets ia be
lieved to ho 2000 times fiercer
than tluifc of red hot iron.
Ilov. Mr. Peck's subject for tho
morning discourso at the Method
ist church tomorrow will bo
Tho littlo Ohineso fivo-ytar-old
crirl who nestors pooplo to buy a
i xiiowor or give her uuickol is still
an unBupprcsseu uuiuuuuu.
Bees Wanted. Two hundred
ives Italian noes, otaie uumuer
of f ramos of brood to hive, and
AddrcsB "X," Bur.-'
M. A. Pnixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barber shop, uoxt to the
Art Gallery, guarantees to givo a
shavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
lleV. jamOH iU. XUOIirOO Will
speak at tho
niiriKtinn clinrcli 'o
on "ooui m-
Tho band will piny at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4:30 and
nt Mnkoo Island tomorrow after
noon at 3. Both programs ap
J. A. Cummins issues a warn
ing against giving credit in his
name, as ho has appoiuted
Joseph O. Carter as trustee of
all his property.
Tho match shoot between a teu
mnn team from tho Sharpshooters
tind a liko number of Denver
riflemen comes off this afternoon
at tho Knkaako butts.
Richard Vincent, tho youthful
globe trotter, bettor known as
"Louis MomiugHtar," who was in
this city about threo years ago, is
now in Fresno, California.
There was more than a quorum
at tho Thistle Club last night,
Chief William White presiding.
Constitutional changes will bo
considered at next meeting.
Professor Webb, principal of
tho grammar school in Lompoc,
will introduce into tho several de
partments of tho school tho sys
tem of tho juvenile savings banks.
At tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
evening Mr. Ripley will Ipad a
very interesting mooting. Every
body is warmly invitod. Tlie sub
ject will be "Practical Ropout
unco." Tho nuclion sale of bicycles by
W. S. Luco camo off as advertised.
Tho first ono was knocked down
for $48, which seemed to set tho
figure for tho others, as they
brought from S48 to $50.
The funeral of tho late Alex.
McGregor takes placo tomorrow
nftornoon nt 3 o'clock. Hawaiian
Lodgo No. 21, F. and A. M., will
nssomblo at Masouio Temple itt
that hour for tho purpose of at
tending in a body.
Carpenters put tho finishing
touches on the Makeo Island band
Bland yesterday attornoou and
now Carter the painter is wrestling
with it. Ho painted tho Hotel
band Btand over five years ago
and it looks well yet.
W. S. Luco sold at auction, at
noon today, two pieces of land at
Waianao, containing respectively
7.G2 squaro chains and 1 317-1000
ncros. It was Bold by order of F.
W. MoOhosnoy, administrator of
tho ostato of M. do la Silva, do
ceaBod. Henry Holmes bought
tho land for tho Waianao Sugar
Co. for S350.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better -Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Ayents.
In Jiulgo do la Yergue's court
this morning the trouble on the
ship Troop was tho only matter of
importance inquired into. Har-
voy and Mahl, tho Becond mate !
and cook of tho vessol, wore
charged with assault and battery ,
on H. Svouson, ono of tho Bail- .
ota, who tostifiod
cook hit him ovor tho
head with a
potato masher. He had no trouble
with tho second raato. He was
corroborated by Allen Fast, an
othor sailor who saw tho cook
strike tho inau. This witness ex
hibited a wound in tho head which
ho got during tho melee. Ho knew
that the Becond mate struck him
but did not know with what.
Eight othor sailors testified they
knew nothing about tho row.
For tho dofeuso tho cook said
tho men woro all ashoro during i
tho evonin and got drunk, j
About midnight tho wholo gang j
camo after him iu tho galley. ,
Svouson was at tho head of them I
and he struck him.The second mate I
said ho was ashore on tho night j
in question and when ho got on i
board found tlie crew had the
cook at the bridge. Told thorn if
they camo aft ho would shoot.
They did bo and ho fired four
shots at rundom. Tho captain
then camo on dock and tho row
stopped. Another seaman testi
fied that tho mate fired iu tho air.
mate discharged and tho cook fin-
XUU VUUIl WIUUIOU tUU Ol'UUUU
i ed $5 and costo. The men will bo
put aboard their ship this after
noon and will have to sail in it
whether they like it or not.
Koenan, another of tho crow,
was afterwards tried for an assault
Chief Officer Murphy with an
: , ,nnvinrT nin
and was found
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guilty and sentenced to two
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tiii: swAiii'.snoo runs' .iij:i:iinj. i
cv Ollicnrn i:ioclMl mid tfouoral I.imo
l'o.ixl IimIiiIkpiI In.
Captain Dodge presided at tho
sharpshooters' meeting laBt even
ing for tho purposo of electing
oflicorB. Captain Pratt of tho gon
orul staff conducted tho olection.
Captain Dodgo declined a ro
nominntion and Walter E. Wall
was then unanimously elected to
tho position, as was James L. Mc
Lean for tho first lieutenancy.
For Becond lieutonant, Messrs.
Oassidy, Emerson, Corbott and
Scott were uominatod. Tho first
ballot resulted in no choice, when
Dr. Emerson moved that tho sec
retary bo instructed to cast tho
ballot of tho company for John
Cassidy. Tho motion being sec
onded by both tho other nomi
nees, Mr. CaBsidy'B olection was
A geueral love feast then on
Bued in which remarks commend
atory of Captain Dodge's services
to tho company weio made and
ICpiiiitllul Mull It ul the Anclinr.
Anyono entering tho Anchor
saloon during business hour?, or
in tho ovouing, is immediately
charmed by tho handsome array
of gamo birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates tho bar. They aro all Btuffed
as you will bo, with rich, nourish
ing beor, cold aud clear, and with
tho palatablo viands of tho lunch
counter. Tho .Seattle beor, fino
wines and liquors nro of the best
quality and always fresh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham uses
ovory idea which his massive brain
suggests, to pleaso his patrons.
Tho Anohor is now tho moBt popu
lar saloon in town. 1 and 3 King
Murder will out and bo with
good toa, there's no keeping it a
soorct, for just as soon as Mrs.
So-and-So discovers good tea sho
tolls all othor Madamos So-and-So,
nnd they all mako a heo lino
for tho Palama Grocery, whoro tho
Colobrated Salvation Army Brand
of Toa is sold. H. Cannon, solo
agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Kroogor Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, sole agont, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. EST Tolo
m m m
Evenimj Bulletin 7Seper month.
HLtraraFBfcH JP&fircfS I
IvCrS Rafivwr Fine
Where to get it.
There aro several romedies for
thirst. Wntor is nil right, but
how much plca-nntor is a glass of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate Ours is nu agreeable
romedy. Wo guarantee n euro,
not it permanent cure, howevor
for a dime.
Wo don't loavo anything to
chance in preparing our pleasant
thirst romedies. We take tho ut
most pains with every detail.
Wo wont skimp on material cithor.
Wo uso fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strnwborry."
Tho same with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is nevor used for our
fruit flavors. That's ono reason
our llavors don't tnsto like tho com
mon sort you get nt other places.
Got your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drue; Co
Blood Is essential to hcilth. Every nook
and corner of tho system Is reached
by tho blood, and ou lis quality tho
condition of every organ depend. Good
blood means strong nerves, good diges
tion, robust health. Impure, blood means
rcrofnla, dyspcpila, rheumatism, catarrh
or other diseases. Tho surest way to
horo good blood is to toko Hood's
Barsnparllla. This medlolno purines, vi
talizes, and enriches tho blood, and sends
tho dements ot health and strength to
every nervo, organ and tissue. It creates
a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep
and cures that tired feeling. It is because
ot its great power to purify tho blood that
Hood's Barsaparllla has accomplished so
many wonderful cures. It makos tho
blood puro, drives out tho germs of dis
ease. Thousand) today enjoy good health
as tho natural result of taking
Tho Ono True lllooj Turlner. All druggists. $1.
t-i.ij rsu l'" not purgi. iviln or
HOOU S FlllS gripe. All ilnifglsW. 2B.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
'I ho nndeislguud hawng been appointed
Executrix of tho will of Henry 8. Trcclouu,
deceased, by order of the Hon. A. l'erry,
Circuit Judge of tho First Circuit, on Oct.
5, 1800, horeby gives notico to all persons
hnviug clainiH ugaiust baid estnto to present
the samo with tho vouchors duly authenti
cated to her at tho old roliablo tailoring
establishment of said Henry S. Treglonn,
ou tho west corner of Hotel aud Tort
streets, in Honolulu, within six months
from tho dato horcof, or they will bo for
ever barred. As it is nec-ssary to F.ettlo
said estuto promptly, all perhous indebted
to the samo will pleasu mako Immediate
settlement. Dated Honolulu, Oct. 0th, 1890.
429 Ot Exeoutrix.
The undonlnod herfby cautions the
public against truuting nuy person in liis
name nud for hi account, us lie has mado
a Trust Deed to Josopu O. Carter, as TruB
toe, of all his property for tho uses and
purposou sot forth Iu tho said deed, which
is of record in the Itogistry OtBco in this
city. .T. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, October 10, 1890. 210-lw
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IlanalUii Historical ftocietr.
Tho fourth annual report of tho
Hawaiian Historical Sooioty has
been issued from tho pross of
Robert Grievo. Bosidcs present
ing tho year's operations of tho
Booioty, it contains an artiolo on
'.'Tahiti" by Miss Touira Henry
and "Historical Notes" by E. Bai
ley. t Papers promised for tho
onsuing year aro:
"Hawaiian Fishing," by E. H.
"Ancient Hawaiian Pootry," by
Rev. S. L. Desha;
"Story of a Shark God," by
Mrs. E. M. Nakuina;
"Rominiscences of Hawaii in
tho Forties," by Dr. H. M. Ly
man. At tho ending of the yoar ro
ported ou, which waB Novomber
28, 1895, thoro was a balanco in
tho troasury of $301.30.
A Nciv KntcrprliC
Tho very latest as regards sad
dlery is constantly on hand at
Ohas. Hammor's now establish
ment, 229 King etreot, also tho
very bott repairing done. Tolo
phonoG82. P. O. Box 393.
Tho Pacifio Hardwaro Co. have
received by the Australia two con
signments of picturo moulding
and mat board, aud aro prepared
to execute orders at lowor prices
than ovor known before in Hono
lulu. . WATERH0U8E
WHAT IS H AVI LAND?
A half dozen j'cars ago that
question was frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this mako of china has been
sold in the meantime that
evcryono knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just open comprises somo of
the neatest, ana nt the same
time richest patterns ever 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 have your
choice of patterns. Tho lot
comprises all the pieces neces
sary to make a complete break
fast, dinner or tea set. Whoro
it is preferred wo will mako
up a set with tho patterns
different for each course. This
means Oyster, Soup, Fish,
llonst, Fowl and Dessert
Plates. If you want a set for
ONE COURSE ONLY
wo can fill the order and
you may add to it as your
purse or convenience suits.
Wo havn also added to
our lines a lorgo invoico of
for decorative purposes. In
this lot wo have pieces for
tho table. Whereby anyono
may decorate in a desigu suit
ed to their tastes and some
thing that will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thoro is a
largo assortment of vases.
fl" Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold tho
day it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
October Gth, 7tli and Sth.
A FINE SELECTION OF IMPORTED
Hats, Bonnets and Toques
Millinery Novelties !
S3? Ladies nro cordially invited to on II.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fine Wbtto Muslin in cp.-n work. Do lUtllul Patterns ,
A groat stock of - J
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
JJST" "Wo ospect within ion days a great unci now stock o
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset nindo. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. MJATI,
Machinist, Nickel and Silycr Plating.
G17 AND G19
fn a OAXTCi'
OF LVEHV DKSCnHTIOtf
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Han aud 10 Percent
Discount for Cmh.
gj&T Apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or W. O. A0III, Heal Estate Uroker.
September 21, 1800. H2-M
Signs of Every Description !
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Grand Fall Opening I
for 3 days
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
October 8ili, 0th and 10th.
I will Exhibit my Large llecout Impor
Hats, Bonnets, Toques
And all tho
Liatest IVovelties I
Also, a Fino Lino of
Persian and Dresden
OnaANDiK Suiut "Waists
Tho Litest Novelty is tho
1G tol Sailor 1-Iat !
, ,..ALt, AT....
420 3t 1JC 0 IIoTEi. Stiikkt
FOR SALE !
1 Double Seated Fami
1 Large Black Horse,
sound niid gentle, good rond
Bter nnd fit for a- lady to drive
Notioe U heroby gvon that I. tho under
Hignod, lias this day given a full power of
nttoruoy to Mr. Au Con Cheo, of Kapaa,
Island of Kauai, who will act for me
during my absent 0 from tho Islands.
DiitodotHanalei, Kauai, Aug 31st, 18SC.
300-lm TAM HEE SEE WO.
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