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.EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 15. 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
0. H. Atliorton loft for tho
Tho Monowni brought fivo pas
Bongors for this port.
Tho polico arrested another
Chinoso opium fiend today. ,
Tho old Mouowai surprised peo
plo by coming in early thie morn
11. F. Laugo roturnod from tho j
othor sido of tho island on tho
W. 0. Peacock nud wifo left on
tho Mouowai for an extended
visit to tho States.
Tho Mutual Telephone Com
pany is disbursing a dividend to
Moonlight concert at Thomas
square thin evening at 7:30. Pro
gram in anothor column.
Goo. J. Campboll will manago
tho Metropolitan Meat Compauy
in Mr. Wuller'a absence.
C. W. Maofarlauo culls atten
tion to tho morits of tho Gramo
phone in a now ad. in this issue.
Tho Board of Health hold no
mooting yesterday on account of
the absence of Attorney Goneral
Tho meeting called for tho pur
pose of organizing a University
Association is to ho hold this
afternoon at 3:30.
Lan Iliug was sent to tho reef
for thirty days by Judge do la
Vorguo tills morning for having
chefa tickets in his possession.
The Hawaiian Society, Sons of
tho American Revolution, are pre
paring an elaborate program for
their celebration next Monday.
The rainfall at Mason's place,
Olaa district, last mouth was 18.67
inches. For this island tho great
est fall was l.'M inches at Nuuanu
Laic arrivals at tho Iluvniian
hotel are S. M. Dodgo and wiTo of
San Francisco, Dr. C. W. Mooro
and wife, San Francisco, and W.
K. Flint, Kahului.
G.J. Waller was given a re
ception last night at Arion hall
by the members of his church,
tho occuRinu being bis departure
for a throe mouths' visit to the
Ngoo Sung, an old opium
oirendor who pleaded guilty tlin
morning, was given six weeks to
get out of tho country, his sen
tence being suspouded for that
A penal summons was issued
out of tho District Court this
morning against W.E.Itowoll,Sup
orintendont of Public Works, up
on complaint of a Chinaman who
charges him with commou
' nuisanco for obstructing tho high
way near his premises on tho
Tho result of tho Presidential
election in tho Unilod Statos will
be brought hore by auy ouo of
three steamers. Tho City of Po
king from Japan, tho Miowera
from Vancouver and tho Australia
from San Francisco are all duo
here on Novombor 1G.
One Julius Palmer of Boston,
whoso name sounds familiar, has
written to Henry Poor to tho effect
that there is groat onthusiasm for
Bryan throughout tho Now Eng
laud Statos. Mr. l'almor evident
ly was oil on a apeoial detnil (lur
ing the lato olections in Vermont
Gus Schumann, proprietor of
tho Club Stables, who has
just returned from tho States,
brought back a big lot of buggies,
phaotons, surroya and road
wagons, which ho is Belling at
"way down on tho ground" prices.
This is an opportunity long look
ed for by citizens who havo de
sired getting a good vohiclo at a
low figure. Now is tho time.
Fred Gates has just completed
a very striking potrait of Mrs.
Judge Widemanu. Tho work
illustratos tho genius of Mr.Gates
especially in tho facial expression
and gonoral tone. Tho drapery is
a tritlo unsatisfactory and has an
unfinished appearance, which
might oaBily have been bettered,
but tho contour of tho head itself
is lifoliko and perfectly true. Mr.
Gatos has several like commis
sions to execute hero.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Waken Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Tho Myrtle Boat Club will give
a'danco on tho evening of the ittld.
Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Porcoy of
Sydney aro domiciled at tho Ar
Peter Lucas, manager of tho
Hawaiian hotol, is under tho
woathor and confined to his room.
W. O. Achi it Co., brokers and
dealers in real ostato, 10 west
King street, havo a card in this
Mrs. W. H. Ricoj wife of tho
Senator from Kauai, left for the
States today for a visit of several
T. J. King of tho California
Feed Company left for San Fran
cisco today ou one of his perio
dical flying trips.
Tho Young Hawoiiana Institute
havo a mooting this evening to
practice singing. There are twon
ty two of them in tho choir now.
Beyond fining a couple of Chi
nese gamblers S10 each and letting
a lot of others looso, there was
little business dono in tho Polico
Court this morning.
Commissioner Marsdon and
Entomologist Kocbolo of tho Agri
cultural Bureau wore tarrying at
Heeia at noon. They aro report
ed ovor the wire to bo fully onjoy
ing the soa breeze.
A benefit concert is to bo given
in aid of tho Moiliili church on
Saturday ovoning, Octobor 31at.
The Young Hawaiians Institute
will furnish tho musical part of
tho program, which is an assur
ance of good singing.
A Cuiuefro woman aud two
children wero hauled in by tho
truaut ollicer today. Tho woman
is charged with not enforcing tho
attendance of tho children at
school, aud tho two kids aro sepa
rately charged with truaucy.
Ab nit half tho best soats for
tho opera of "11 Trovatoro" wero
disposed of this morning at tho
Wall, Nichols store. The salo of
seats for "Jano" aro about. half
that for tho opera. Only a few
seats in tho front row of tho dress
circle wero sold for the concert.
i:oaui or KiiUG.tu -n.
Highest of nil in Loavoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
a mjlr ttE&B W
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v is a tj "o
Prize ad written by Honolulu lad)
Cleopatra rode a wheel.
This is a fnct.
For does not Antony advico
her to mount it nnd seek
Ciesar when ho says:
"Of CteHur scok your honor,
with your safety."
Tho bicyt lo is not a fnd of
tho hour. It will live us
long in tho future us we
date from Clonimtra's timo
in the past.
It is too useful an article
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not ride simply
because you do not havo
to go to an ofiico down
town every day, you
should know that you
are missing half the
pleasure of life, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or evening, out
under tho opon sky.
Try it on a
T. W. HOltKON,
over John Nott'i.
OperatifDraraatic & Musical
To bo given in Compliment to nnd for tho
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , ' .
. . Opera House
Upon tho Oponing Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo presented tho Grand Opera of
By A'imteuiH, under tho direction of Un
wnil's Prima Donna,
fl$ pi$ BJOIJTDE.
On tho following THURSO Y EVENING
will bo presented tho Delightful
Under tho dlicclorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENINO, Novombor 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will bo given by tho Best Amatour
Talent of this City.
" There nro fnd? In medicine fis well rj
in other things," said a busy druggist,
" but tho most romarknblo thing about
Hood's Sarsaparilla is that custom era who '
try other remedies all couio back to
Hood's, nnd this is why tho cnormouo
sales of this medicine keep upwhlloothc s
lt"lort of OIHclxW mill Vnrloiu
i'mitmtiii It-nitons Coii'ltlrrcil.
At tho regular meeting of the
Board of Education yoaterday
afternoon the following business
Deputy Inspector Scott 10
ported the Alaemao sclioolhouso
comploted and that tho buildings
and foncofl for tho practico school
would bo finished today. 11a also
roportod on other minor matters
at various schools and his notion
Minister Cooper, who presided,
read a letter from Mr. Gibson,
who was appointed principal of
Waimoa school, Kauai, explain
ing how it was ho failed to reach
his school ou tho opening day.
Tho question involved was the
payment of Mr. Gibson's Balary
for Soptembor, which Mr. Cooper
thought would bo establishing a
bad precedent. After some dis
cussion tho payment of tho salary
in dispute was loft to tho discre
tion of tho Ministor.
G. W. MuDougnll applied for
tho position of school agent at
Kona, but tho positiou had already
beon given away.
0. tlenry "Whito again applied
for any position under tho Hoard
that might be vacant aud tho
secretary was instructed to notify
him that thoro was nothing for
Georgo M. Shaw was made an
agent to grant marriage licenses.
Deputy Inspector Scott roport
od tho list of delinquent soholars
for tuition fees at tho High school,
and that parents had boon no
tified to pay up before next month
or tho children would bo re
moved. Tho salaries of Mr. and Mrs.
Bosccrans of tho Lahaina school
A petition from A, S. "Wilcox
and others asking thatMr. I'ringlo
bo reinstated iu his former school
nnd in a short timo go out of sight en
tirely, to bo heard from no more."
"Why is it?" "O, simply because
Hood's Sarsaparilla has mororcal curatlvo
merit than any mcdlclno I ever sold."
This is of daily occurrence in almost
cvory drug storo. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the standard remedy which has cured
moro sickness, rollovcd inoro distress nnd
mado moro happiness by bringing people
health than any other medicine. Its
wonderful cures of tho worst cases of
scrofula, running sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
etc.; of dyspepsia and othor troubles
whoro a first class tonic and aid to diges
tion was needed; of catarrh, rheumatism,
malaria and other troubles arising from
or promoted by impure blood, havo made
; T Tlic Orchestra 111 lio under the direc
tion of I'rofccsur Horner.
tSTThv nielpts ot these performance
lmo ben goicroiltly donated by the Indies
and ccntluucii tiikfii pirt iu the perform
auees tor thu pmpiiau of UKsUtlnj: in furnish
luii tilt rtiiife.
I-- Hot I'lntis will bo open nt Wall,
Nil hold iV Co 't store, Kin.; Direct, on Thurs
day, tho Slh lust , at It o'clocl. a in., when
mt oini be secured fur nil) or all of the per
forimii't vi, -M'J-td
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
X3F Wo will Buy or Sell Ileal Estato in
all parts of tho group.
J37Z Wo will Sell Piopoities on Reason
ablo Commissions. f
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Thu standard tho Ono True Wood Puilfler.
wj ,, r-fff ore tho only pills to taka
nOOU S FlHS with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hobron Drug Co., Ae ents.
Tho nndoi signed having been appointed
Executrix of tho will of Henry 8. Trugloan,
ill ceased, by order of the Hon. A Perry,
Cirruit Judgo of the Kirst Circuit, on Oct,
5, 1890, hereby gives notico to all portions
having claims agjliiHt said ontuto to present
tho Bame with the vouchorn duly authenti
cated to her at the old reliable tailoring
establishment of said Henry 8. Treglouu,
ou tho west corner of Hotol nud Fort
streets, in Honolulu, within six montlm
from the (Into hereof, or they will be for
ever barred. As it is necessary to settle
said oBtato promptly, nil persons Indebted
to tho saute will pleiibo uiako imtnediato
Dated Honolulu, Oct. Oth, 1800.
A Good Harness Maker
Steady Work nnd Oood l'ny to a Fiist.
class Jinn, Apply to
432-.1t 220 Klug Btrcot.
arc frequently wanted for
temporary uso and at times
when expensive ones aro not
needed. Wo 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.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relieve tho monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Checso Plates that aro of
greater service than ono would
suppose at first thought. Thoy
keep crackers nnd cheese fresh
when other means' aro dismal
failures. These articles aro
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while we havo
light showers nearly every
day thoro aro times when tho
soil needs irrigating. And
when you havo a hose look
to the life of it and add to
it by the purchase of a
It's tho dragging of tho hoso
over tho walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hoso
won t hold water.
THIS WEEK !
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N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
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TEMPLE OE EASHION
Fino White Muslin in opon work, lio.iutiful patterns,
A great Btoek of--"---.
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
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Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot tnndo. . .
Better than a Phonograph
One-Twentieth of the Price!
A Great Invention. Evorybody enn afford ono.
Flays thousands of tunos. A child can manago
Call and. Seo Ono at;
21 Kaahunmnu Street.
LUND & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
.T. T. X,Utf,
Machinist, Nickel and Silver Plating.
Signs of Every .Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
ALL WORK GUARANTEE!)
G17 AND 619 PORT STREET.
During my absence from tho islands Mr.
John G. Kotliwcll will act for mo under
Power of Attorney.
43l-3t W. O. PEACOCK.
Daring my olisonco from tho islands Mr.
John G . Rothwoll will act for mo under
Tower of Attorney.
431-3t MARY ALICE PEACOCK.
G08 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
' Tho Best in
the "VVoria - i- - '
Best of Liquors cf Wines,
Anv norRon having claims against the
nudorolgueil arc requested to prudent thoro
at tho otlico of W. 0. Poacook li t'o Ltd.,
E3,v Our Sdoon is thoroughly renovated
and refurnished and wo trust that our
stock will ik.ibo every tasto.
J. T. WATERHOU
George J. Campboll will not n Malinger
of tho Metropolitan Meat Company during
tho tumporary absonco from Honolulu of
G. J. Wullor. 433-3t
w.c peacock. COME AND SAMPLE IT,
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