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KVENtNU JtfCJjLETlSj OCTOBER 1G, 1808.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. H has n business mooting
MrB. Qouzftloa nnd dnxighter re
turned in tho Kinau.
Rov. S. H. Dnvis loft for his
homo in Kona by tho Ilnll.
II. Knelt f eld & Co. havo survey
ing instruments in good order for
Machinery for tho Hilo Electric
Light "Works arrived in tho War
rimoo. Mr. and Mrs. "Vm. IlarriB went
for a visit to tho volcano by tho
Kwai Lung got fined $50 by
tiuuga uo la vorguo iuib mummy.
AW .saMift Mounted llosorvo will drill
rx J1f thn rM Itnll irrnnndu Inmnrrnw
y SN afWrnoon.
' vy" Wally Davis treated n number
v S yt his friondH to a luau hiBt night
v -cVvat Sumner's Island.
A prominent physician rocoived
a medical journal today addressed
to West Central Africa.
J. II. Boyd advertises a choice
varioty of Oroton aud other plants
for sale at his Waikiki promises.
Tho Manufacturers' Shoo Com
pany are receiving their holiday
goods by evory incoming Btonmor.
H. M. Dow loft on tho Hnll this
morning for a trip to Kau. From
thoro ho will go to Hilo over
land. Mrs. H. Kelley has hnd on view
at the Pacific HardwaroCo.'Hbtoro
a splondid picture of a nativo llo wer
Purser Beckloy ropo'rfs plouty
of firo in tho bottom of the Volca
no and the lava in tho pit gradual
Tho Kinau arrived before two
o'clock this afternoon. Sho
brought no sugar. The volcano
is still active.
Mrs. Thomas Wright advertises
a few pleasant rooms to rent at
Wright's villa, Waikiki, with or
Tho Central Union church
members held another pleasant
social last ovoning with a musical
and literary program.
Harry Klommo got a big lot o
fresh Seattlo draught aud ltaiuier
bottled beer by the Wnrnraoo this
morning. Now's tho time to take
J. A. Buttorfield, contractor and
builder, has a notice in this issuo.
He also advertises forsaleorleaso
three modorn houses noar Puna
In tho Poiico Court this morn
ing tho cases of seven Japanese,
charged with noddling foreign
goods without a license, woro con
tinued to tho 2let.
Among the passengers arrived
by the Kinau this afternoon were
Attorney General W. O. Smith,
Deputy Collector General F li
McStocker, Bishop Willis, Judgo
Antouo Rosa aud W. H. Corn
well. The old Chinese woman arrested
yesterday for failure to pond her
children to school pleaded guilty
this morning: Judgo de la Vorguo
suspoudod tho old lady's sentence
in order to givo her another chauco
to comply with tho lnw.
ThoMonowai carries 475,000 in
English gold to the Sun Francis
co mint, where it will bo recoined
into 20 gold pieces and paid out
to American creditors. Owing to
tho difference in tho fineness of
gold thoro is quite a profit in the
Tho first stoamor of tho British
India Steam Navigation Co.'s lino
from Now Zealand to Vaucouvor
ought to bo out ono weok today
from Now Zealand. Her name is
tho Aronoa. Whether or not bIio
will call at Honolulu is not stated
in the accounts thus far received.
Gus Schumann haB sold a uum
bor of his newly imported rigs
buggies, phaetons, surreys, otc,
but tho stock still on hand is as
fine in quality and as low in price
as tho first lot purchased. Mr.
Schumann has also a fine lot of
double and single harness, which
is unexcelled in quality and finish.
Roally, this is a rare chanco for
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Mk Your Grocer For It,
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
President Dolo was in Kohala
when tho Kinau loft Hawaii.
Thoro was not a very large at
tendance at the Thomns fqunro ,
conceit last night.
Among tho arrivals on tho War
rimoo today wero Mrs. E. Walor- i
house, Miss Parmoleo and Miss '
Arrivals at tho Arlington hotol t
today wore: William Millor of Yar-'
mouth, Noyn Scotia, and William I
Hay of Paia.
Dr. McLennan is expected on I
tho next Bteumer from the colonies, i
Ho comes for tho purpose of
fighting tho suit for damages in
stituted against him Homo timo
Tho Warrimoo brought a largo '
conBigumont ot the eolebrated
"Seattlo" aud "Riinior" beer
for tho Criterion saloon. This
beor is the very finest draught and j
bottled beor in Honolulu.
J. Tinker has put another lot of
his colobrated Cambridgo pork
sauflago on draught. This is not
sausage mndo out of hogs import
ed from Cambridge ou tho cam
but a fino quality of sausage man
ufactured from the justly famed
North Kohala pig, in tho mannor
whioh is in voguo in Cambridge,
Health Agent RoynoldB and a
posso of pilico arrostcd a lot of
Japanoso on Nuuanu stroot, oppo
sito Queen Emma hall, at 2
o'clock this afternoon for running
opposition to tho odorlcs3 excava
tors. Thoso outorprising Japs
have boon removing tho contents
of cesspools in common barrols
and flumping tho stuff on vacant
lots at night.
W. O. Peacock, who was a pas
songer for tho Coast in the S. S.
Mouowa yesterday, is fond of
playing jokes on tho young fol
lows. Tho boys secured a paper
bottle, four or iivo feet high, which
thoy sont to tho steamer It was
taken in chargo by tho second
6toward, who was to bring it on a
tray when Mr. Peacock should
order a drink.
roitri: oka i'huask.
Turning I'olnt of Tronsscnii I.totMilt
l'rub.tte itntl Othor MuKom.
Plaintiffs in E. K. Nahaolelna
and others vs. Kaahu and others,
bill for partition, havo appealed
to tho Supremo Court from tho
docifaion of Judgo Coopor. Thurs
ton & Stanley for appellants.
Stipulations to wuivo jury and
havo hearings in vacation havo
been filed in Honry Smith, trustee,
v. Hutchinson Plantation Co.,
and Koknula vs. Hawaiian Agri
cultural Co., both ejectment cases.
Judge Carter has ordered tho
will oE tho hit". Juliotto M. Cooko
admitted to probato and lottora
testamontary issued to 0. M.
Cooko without bonds. Oastlo for
potitionor, who was also presont
Edma M. Troussonu vs. Ex
ecutors of Estate of Dr. Goo.
Troushoau is being hoard by
Judgo Carter, tho case having
beou romitted to tho Circuit Court
by tho Supreme Court for trial ou
tho question as to whether thcie
was a breach, on tho part of tho
testator, of agreement of separa
tion ho had made with his wife
in Paris. Tho caso seoius to turn
upon tho meauing of a phraso in
the Fronoh text of tho agrooment.
Hartwoll and Heushall for plain
tiff; Brown and Diokoy for do
fondants. Wright's Villa.
A few rieasaut llooms to let nt tlilti favo
rite Seaside ltcsort; with or without board.
Apply on tho premises to
43itt MRS. TBOMAS WRIGHT.
Plants for Sale.
Choico Voricty of Oroton riant ns well
as otlior plants for Bnlo at the residence of
J H . HOvD.-Waiktkl road, opposite Bunny
For Sale onTo Let.
Threo ITouses near Punahou College,
coutainiuR from seven to nine rooms, bath
room, halls, olosetsp eto. New, modern
and convenient. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates civon. Repairs and altera
tions made. Woik given prompt atteution.
3T Telephone 851. 434-3ui
Highest of all in Lnovoning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
(Prize ad written by Honolulu lady)
1 die world's nwne-ei
rmd all tho men and women
merely cj'clors is u truer adapt
ation of un old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glance. Wo nro a triilo behind
tho times in Honolulu as far us
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. C., two
thousand men and women
formed in procession u few
wcoks ago. If thoy rodo six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; threo
abreast would moan a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; bo in tho swim.
You want to bo an up-to-dato
girl. Then buy a
T. W. UOBItON, Agonl.
Induced by tho uso of coca, opiate or nar
cotic compounds h bad, decidedly bad.
It undermines the health and Bhattcrs tho
constitution and tho patient ia steadily
growing into a worse condition often
resulting in tho tcrrlblo slavery and
misery ot tho cocnlno and opium habit.
Bleep induced by tho uso of Hood's Sarsa
eaparllla may not como as quickly, but it
comes moro surely, permanently and Is
And refreshing becauso it is realized
through naturo's great restoring and re
juvenating channel purified, vitalized
and enriched blood. This feeds tho nerves
with life-giving energy and builds up tho
system and constitution from the very
foundation of all health and life tho
blood pure, rich, red blood.
"I was gonerally run down last spring,
appctito was poor and I could not sleep.
Hood's Barsapaillla built mo right up,
gave good appetite and I was soon able to
get a good night's rest." Q. F. Whitney,
Merchant, Yeoman a St., Ionia, Michigan.
Is the Ono Tmo Wood 1'iirlficr. All druggists. St.
u.i- r-!ii cure liver Ills, easy to tike,
nOOCl S PllIS easy to operate. 25cents.
Hobron Drug Co.. Agents.
Surveyor's -:- klriicnis
FOR SA.TL.TS !
A number of Second-hand Sur
veyor's Instruments, as Dumpy
Lovol, Theodolites, Planimoter,
Compass, Altimotor, Eulo Brass,
etc., all in good order, aro offered
for sale at reasonable prioes.
BSST Apply to
H. HACKPELD & CO.
Attention, Company H.
Akmouy Company II, N. G. II.,
Honolulu, October 10, 1890.
ALL MEMHERS OF COMPANY
II,, N. G. II., ate hereby ordorod
to ussmnblo at tho Drill Shed, THId
(Friday) EVENING, October 10,
1800, at 7:30 o'clock, for llusi
noss Meeting, No uniform.
T. R. MURRAY,
131 It . Captain Commanding,
OncratioJ)ramatic & Musica
To bo given in Compliment to and for tho
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upon the Opening Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will be presented tho Grand Opera of
By Amateurs, under the direction of Ha
waii's Prima Donna,
qi pig ff jiTJUE.
On the following TIIURSDY EVENING
will bo presented tho Delightful
" ar a. :rcr e; "
Under tho diicctorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will bo givon by tho Rest Amateur
Talout of this City.
C The Orchestra will bo under the direc
tion ot Professor Hcrgcr.
RT" Tho receipts ot these performances
lmvo been nenerimely donated by the ladles
and gcmli'inen tnkhig part lu the perform
ances lor tliu urpu of asslttlii In furnish
Ini t lie illume.
Pt7-llo I'lans will bo open at Wall,
Nichols .t Co,' atore, Kim; street, on Thurs
day, the iftth Inst., at 10 o'clock a m., when
FtaU cm n lio hecured fur any or all of tho per
J. I. WATERHOUSE
aro frequently wanted for
temporary uso nnd at times
when oxpensivo ones aro not
needed. We have some cheap
ones in White Enamel Frames
that will answer tho purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tho richest Cut
Glass over seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relievo the monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Plates that aro of
greater service than ono would
suppose nt first thought. Thoy
keep crackers and cheese fresh
when other means aro dismal
failures. These articles aro
reasonable in prico.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while wo havo
light showers nearly every
day there aro times when tho
soil needs irrigating. And
when you havo a hose look
to tho life of it and add to
it by tho purchase of a
It's tho dragging of tho hose
over 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 LACES --.-WASH LAGES
N. S; SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
TEMPLE OE EASHION
Fine White Muslin in openwork.
A groat stock of
EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH1
BST" "Wo expect within ion days
D & G-
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mndo. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. L.UNI,
Machinist, HicM and Silver Plating.
017 AND 013
or EVERY DESCRIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Good Harness Maker
Steady Work and Good Pay to a First
class Man. Apply to
132-3t 229 King street,
Gcorce J. Campbell will act as Mauocer
of the Metropolitan Moat Company during
tomuorarv ausouco iroiu uonoiniu.oi
G. J. Waller.
I HC . "W.
SCHMIDT ft W
I This Week:
Bountiful Patterns ,'
a great ntul now stock o
Signs of Every Description t
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
G08 Nuuanu Stheet.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
The Best in
the "World -
Best of Liquors df Wines.
J3. Onr Saloon is thoroughly renovated
and refurnished anil wo trust that our
stock will please every tasta.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
Tho undersigned having beon appointed
Executrix of tho will of Henry S. Tregloan,
(licensed, by ordor of tho Uon. A. l'erry,
Circuit Judgo of tho First Cirouit, on Oct.
5, 1890, hereby gives notice to all persons
having ebims against said estate to present
tho same with the vouchers duly authenti
cated to her at tho old reliable tailoring
establishment ot said Henry 8. Tregloan,
on tho west corner of Hotel aud Fort
Btrcets, in Honolulu, within six months
from tho data hereof, or they will bo for
ever barred. As it is noa.-Bary to settlo
said estato promptly, all persons indebted
to tho Bimo will plcasa mako immediate
Dated iipnolalu, Oct. nth, 1690.
Subscribe fi r the Eveninu Buir
ledn, 75 oon'B per month,
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