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EVENING J3CLLETIN, OCTOBER 12, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Kahului is to have nil ico fac
tory. Sheriff L. M. Baldwin of Kauai
18 in town.
S. P. Ohilliugworth of Maui ia
in tlio city.
Tho Peru brought ouo cabin
pasBonyor for Honolulu.
J. D. McVeigh returned from
Maui on yesterday's steamer.
A pointer dog, answering to
tho name of "Tommy," haBueon
This woek N. S. SaoliB exploits
five special bargains in wash
Several seasonable specialties
nre advertised by J. T. Water
houso. Dr. J. K. Smith and Dr. Good
hue and family aro over from
Some distinguished names aro
on tho through passengor list of
Professor Koebolo is in tho
oity uain utter a tour of Huwaii
Tho stuamerKiushiu Maru will
leave Hongkong for Honolulu
Harry Klommo culls attention
to Seattle boor and other bever
ages at tho Louvre.
Tho Star basoball team were en
tertained by George lions of Wai
luku on Friday evoniug.
A number of tho electric lights
about town wero off duty between
9 and 10 o'clock lastuigut.
The sain of soasou tickets for
the Frawley seasou at tlio Opera
House commenced this moruiug.
Band concert at Emma squaro
this oveninK at 7:30. Tho pro
giam will be found in anothor
Deputy marshal Hitchcock told
a ropoiter this morning that ho
was going to apply for admission
to tho bar.
A quarterly meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held ou Wednes
day next, at 11 o'clook.
Dr. and Mrs. 0. W. Moore aro
now nrrivals from the Coast. Thoy
came by tho bark Mohican which
got in yesterday afternoon.
The iirst game of football comes
off on November 14th. The op
posing teamd will bo First Regi
ment and Athletic Association
G. H. Robinson has a scheme
on foot for takiug a football olevou
from hero to San Francisco, and a
meeting of football mon is called
for 7:30 thiB evening at iho Y. M.
C. A. to listen to it.
Tho annual meeting of the Ho
nolulu Flower Society will be
hold on Tuesday itternoon at four
o'clook at tho Y.M. C. A. parlors.
A full ntteudnuco is joquested.
Officers for tlK'comiug year will
In tho mitch botwoon Com
panies D ard G on Saturday tho
foiraer wo by 397 to 378. In
tho match oetween tho polico and
tho shoremen of Company D the
gnardiais of the peace camo out
ahead ly a score of 38G to 353.
Pro-. Win, T. Bugham, who has
juRt returned from a tour round
tho vorld, will dolivor a leoturo at
Paahi Hall, Punahou, tomorrow
fill 1 1 A
evening, xu i lecture will be tree
to nil and Prof. Brigham will tako
fr his subject, ''Round tho
TVorld." Everybody is cordially
A number of lepors wero sent
off to Molokai on the steamer
Hawaii on Saturday aftornoon.
There was tho usual amount of
crying, kissing and hugging go
ing on at tho wharf, which would
niako it appear that tho authori
ties do not regard tho disoaso as
There is coffee and there is cof
feo, but there is no coffoo that
gives bettor satisfactionthan what
tho Palama Grocory is soiling.
But that wo are caroful to koop tho
covor ou it, its fragranco!could be
dotectod half-way round the isl
and, moro or leBs. Just give it a
trial, and you will use no othor.
Palama Grocery, opposito Railway
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mahea Better Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
A littlo Chinoso child was
di owned in ouo of the streams near
Ewa last woek.
Tho funeral of tho late Captain
McGregor was largely attended
A native was brought over from
Koolau this morning under sen
tence of four months for vagrancy.
Tho Bulletin acknowledges
tho receipt of a sample of tho nice
wedding cake of Mr. and Mrs. H.
A nativo boy undor troatment
at tho Qucon's hospital was sent
to tho station houso thiB morning
to bo examined as to his sanity.
Dr. Emerson is investigating
tho caso of tho Japaoeso who was
locked up for drunkenness last
week and now supposod to bo
Chief Eugiuoor Hunt had No. 1
ongino at work pumping out tho
i uainsoorougu on oaiuroay aiior
uoon and night while repairs wero
being made to the pumps on tho
I A. V. Gear adds to his list of
property for sale twelve sets of
furniture and tho rontal of a lodg-
' ing house; also a pine-apple ranch
1 containing other fruit troos and
, sundry buildings.
Tho season seat sale for tho
Frawloy engagement will bo con
tinued at Hooron's until further
notice. Buyers are not required
to pay cash when selections aro
made. Tuo monoy will ue col-
I louted later.
I People who indulgo in dancing
exhibitions on Suuday evenings
should bo careful to close tho blinds
first. A Bulletin roportor en
joyed an exhibition last night that,
wero it repeated, would draw bettor
than Ole Olson.
J IuvitationB aro out for the ro
1 union celebrating the surrender
of Cornwallis to bo hold on Mon-
duy next, Oct. 19th, atY. M. 0. A.
1 hall undor tho auspices of tho
Hawaiian Sooiety, Sons of tho
imiligi: coiriiT jivrrujts.
Sonic Wry Prciilliir t oMlmouy In an
Theio was tho usual long calen
dar in tho District Court this
morning,but most of tho cases woro
Kaea was lined $15 and S3 costs
for his operations in clicfa, and
three othors on tho Bamo churgo
wero lot go.
The crop of drunks was smaller
than the average, there boing only
six of them on tho stool of re
pentance. Shu Tun pleadod guilty of hav
ing opium unlawfully in his pos
session and got tho usual fine of
50 aud costs.
Two Chineso gamblers wero
fined $10 oaoh.
In tho caso of F. Meyers aud
Louisa Brown charged with
adultery, some narkablo dev
elopments we.w ado. Louisa1
promptly plead cuiltv but Movers !
wouldn't have it that way. The
prosecution put Louisa on the
stand and her testimony was re
markablo to say the least. Sho
told a straight story in her direct
testimony but went all to pieces
on cross-examination, finally ad
mitting thuther husband had told
her to testify as sho did. Tho
caso will bo continued this aftor
noon. Lylo A. Dickey and Depu
ty Marahul Hitchcock aro prose
cuting and J. L. Kaulukou de
Jtoniitlftil Slcliiit in (lie Anchor.
Anyouo ontoriug tho Anchor
saloon during business hours, or
in tho evening, is immediately
charmed by tho handsomo array
of game birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates tho bar. They aro all stuffed
as you will bo, with rich, nourish
ing beer, cold and clear, and vith
tho palatablo viands of tho lunch
countor. Tho Seattle boor, fine
wines and liquors aro of the best'
quality and always fresh. Evory
Australia brings a largo consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham uses
evory idoa which his massive brain
suggests, to ploaso his patrons.
Tho Anchor is now the most popu
lar saloon in town. 1 and 3 King
A New KntcriirUe.
The very latest as regards sad
dlery iB constantly on hand at
Chas. Hammer's new establish
ment, 229 King streot, also tho
very beet repairing dono. Tolo
phono G82. .P. O. Box 393.
Highost of all in Leavening Power. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report.
Prlie ad written by Honolulu lady)
Cloopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fact.
For does not Antony ndvico
her to mount it and seek
Cajsar when ho says:
"Of Cttjsur sook your honor,
with your safoty."
Tho bicyclo is not a fad of
the hour. It will live us
long in tho futuio us wo
dato from Cleopatra's tiino
in the past.
It is too useful an article
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not lido simply
becauso you do not have
to go to an oUico down
town ever' day, you
should know that you
aio missing half the
pleasuio of lifo, which
is in a spin, in tlio early
morning or evening, out
under the open sky.
Try it on a
I. W. IIOIIKON.
over John S'ott'i,
Without exertion, wool:, weary ond de
pressed. This ia the pltlablo condition of
thousands at this Benson. It h due to
Impoverished blood. The vital fluid has
become loaded with impurities mid cie
ploted In quality. It leaves tho syEtcia
Because tho blood la the means nnturo pro
vides for supplying nerves, organs and
tissues with nourishment, and health and
vigor cannot bo expected when tho blood
is thin and Impure. Flood's Barsaparllla
la tho remedy or this weakness, becauso
it enriches tho blood. It cures
Troubles by (ceding the norves upon
pure, rich blood. It overcomes that tired
feeling, creates an nppetlto and gives re
freshing sleop. If you want to feel well
yon mast have puro blood. You may
havo puro blood and good health by taking
Hood's Barsaparllla, which, by Its un
equalled record of cures has won tho first
placo among medicines.
The One True Blood 1'urlfler. AH druggists, f 1.
Prepared only by O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
11UUU i fills easy to oio rate. 230.
Hobron Drug Co.. Agents.
G08 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
The Best in
the "World - - -
Best of Liquors cf Wines.
E&. 0nr Saloon is thoroughly renovated
and refurnished and wo trust that our
Btook will please every taste.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
SnlvoribH fir the Eve.nj.no Boj
LErw, 75 cents per month.
m A H
IS TIIK llinilEIt COVIITS.
nocUlon rroni the Supreme Conrt
Probate nnd Other Matters.
Judgo Perry has appointed S.
H. Oni guardian of tho property
of Sam Kalama nnd Kamala,
minors. Robertson for petitionor.
In tho jury waived caso of H.
E. Coopor, Minister of Foroign
Affairs, vs. Lau Sun and othors,
Doputy Attornoy General E. P.
Dole for plaintiff gives notico to
Kinuoy & Ballou, attorneys for
George Cavouauch, one of tho de
fendants, that on Wednesday ho
will movo to havo a date sot for
A unanimous decision of the
Supremo Court, written by Chief
Justice Judd, haB boen filed in tho
case of Republic of Hawaii vb.
Waipa k. and Awa Puu w., com
ing up on exceptions from tho
Second Circuit Court. Tho ex
ceptions to conviction of tho de
fendants aro not sustained, the
points of law decided boing as
"Tho record of a marriago duly
made, the Btatuto requiring such
record, introduced by tho custodi
an oE such record, is competent
evidonce to prove Buch marriago.
In such case it is not necessary to
prove that tho colobrant of the
marriago had tho requisito au
thority to solomnizo marriages, or
that a license to marry had been
granted, or that such agont had
tho authority to so grunt marriage
"Proof of identity of tho parties
alleged to bo married pioporly
left to jury.
"Evidenco of prior acts of illicit
intercom so between tho parties
oliaigod with adultory is admissi
ble as showing a continuous
Dole for prosecution; Rosa for
Hygienic Refrigerators aro all
that the name implies. Call aud
examine samples at tho Pacific
. T. WATERHOUSE
nro frequently wanted for
toniporary use and at times
when expensive ones are not
needed. Wc have some cheap
ones in White Enamel Frames
that will answer the purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tho richest Cut
Glass ever seen in tho country.
Genuino English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
rolievn the monotony.
there's Biscuit Jars und
Cheese Plates that aro of
greater service than one would
suppose at first thought. Thoy
keep crackers and ohceso fresh
when other means aro dismal
failures. These articles aro
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while wo have
light showers nearly every
day there are times when tho
soil needs irrigating. And
when you have a hoso look
to tho lifo of it and add to
it by tho purchase of a
It's the dragging of tho hose
ovor tho walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hoso
won't hold water.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
WASH LAClS - i
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
5 DF-1 "XT 3E3 "3
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Fine Whlto MuhIIii in ppsu work. Uoiuti(ulPitti'niR, "'
A great stock of - J.
. Valenciennes Laees .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BSf "Wo oxpect within ion days a groat and now stock of
D & CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest CorBot mado. . . '
LTOD & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plafing
J. T. I,UM,
Machinist, Nickel ana Silver Plating,
G17 AND G19
SCHMIDT ft WS
OK F.VKKY DBSCRIFTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trials, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Putumi Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
On the Instalment Fluu and 10 Percent
DlHcount for Ctuli.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. 0. AOIII, Real Eatato liroker.
Soptember 21, 1600. 412-tf
- WASH LACES
Signs 0 Every Description I
Gliding ou GlnsB a Specialty.
1 Double Seated Fami
1 Large Black Horse,
sound and gentle, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
W. O. PEACOCK.
Tho ntnlerBiguert lm ing beon appointed
Execntrix nl tho will of Henry 8. Trogloan,
1 conned, by order of tlio Hon. A. l'orry,
Cirenit .luiio of the 1-irxt Circuit, on Oct.
fi, 18, hereby ivts notico to all persons
having cl limn nuaiiiKt said CHtuto to prevent
tho sumo with the oachent duly authenti
cated to her at the old reliable tailoring
cutubllnhment of mild Henry B. Tregloan,
ou tho WLHt corner of llotol aud Fort
streets, in Honolnln, within six months
from tho dato hereof, or they will bo for
ever barred. An it m neciasary to settle
said estate promptly, all persona indebted
to tho Huno will plonpo uiako immediuto
Dated Honolnln. Oct. Oth, 1800.
Tho undersigned hereby cautions the
public against tnuliuf; nuy person in bis
namo and for bis account, hh he has made
a Trust DmI to -Toph 1 1 Carter, as Tnia
tee, of all his property for the uses and
purposes sot forth in the said deed, which
is of record in tho Registry Office in this
city. J. A. 0UMMIN8.
Honolulu, October 10, 1800. 420-lw
GitizoiiB' GimrdH Certificates
can bo framed at King EroB. for
from 25 cents up.