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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 20, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Amoricnn Lcaguu moots
Iuvitntions for tho Myrtlo Boat
Club danco uext Friday ovening
Oitizeua' Guards Certificates
can bo framed at King Bros, for
from 25 cents up. v
Tho band concert at Emma
Squaro last night drew oat a lnrgor
crowd than usual.
Behoarsal for tho coming theat
rical performances aro now of
Hon. W. 0. Wilder and wifo
loft on tho Coptic yesterday for a
short trip to tho States.
Anothor Chinaman and a hand
ful of cliofn tickets found their
way to tho station today.
Millitary drills coramonco again
this week and Company IS. starts :
tho ball rolling this evening.
1. IUUIVU IB II UUI tit ll.U BKUIUll
nondincr an invnstication
into his caso by Detective Knapu.
, Mr. Bofgaard, tho gonial mer
r i$r chant and importor, is down from
$o MVairaea, Kauai, greeting frionds
o "Fnr hnntn find rIiopr. ntrnw nnrl
felt hats, also ladies' dreeB goods,
tho placo to go this weok is H. W.
Schmidt & Soiib' store.
Hugo Fisher will open another
exhibition of paintings at tho
Pncifio Hardware Company's
storo on Novembor 2d.
Chief steward Rogers of tho
Coptic died October 1G. on tho
voyage hither of that stoamor and
was buried at sea tho following
Commissioner Marsden wants a
lot of Java plum seeds, but there
are a goid many people who don't
know Java plum seeds whon they
The annual meeting of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union takes place this afternoon
at tho rooms of the Woman's
Henry Now Year, a 1-1 year-old
truant from tho Royal school, was
sentenced to six months at the
Reform school by Judge do la
1'ivo JupouoBo contract laborers
out of tho lot brought by the Peru
aro at the station house, having
been rejected on account of phy
sical disability. Ono of them has
his wifo with him. Thoy aro to
bo sent back on tho next steamor.
In tho polico court this morn
ing a Portuguese woman was
reprimanded and discharged for
assaulting a child and two female
drunks wero fined tho usual
amount. William Hickey's two
cases were put oil lo the 27th.
By the steamor Toyo-inarn,
which is to leave Kobe, Japan,
for Honolulu direct on the 22nd
inst., will arrive 700 Japanese
contraot laborers. Geo. E. Board
man, who recruited them, left
Kobe on the 15th for home.
Hoshino, tho Ntmanu street
jowelor, pleaded guilty of attempt
to smuggle a lot of watches, watch
chains, diamonds, scarf pins,
lockots and other jewelry and was
fined 8375. Tho jewelry was
ordered confiscated to tho govern
ment. A Portuguese laborer working
on tho repairs on Nuuanu streot
was run over this morning by a
horso and wagon driven by a
Chinaman. Tho man was taken
to tho hospital, whoro his injuries
woro attended to. Tho Chinaman
was locked up pending investiga
tion. A fow years ago it was a favorite
speculation to insuro the life of the
Princo of Wales. On his death hun
dreds of people who have nothing
to do with him will, on this ac
count, rocoive onormous sums of
inonoy from various insurance
companies. It was a Btrango fad,
but a wise ono withal.
Dean Hole made a scono in Ro
chester Cathedral on a recent
Sunday. A canon whoso business
it was to road the first lesson omit
ted cortain passages which ho
thought improper. Tho dean was
to road tho second lesson; but be
fore beginning ho solemnly read
tho passages omittod in tho firBt
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ah Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
on tno Kinuu today.
Jim Dodd oirors fresh butter
milk to his customors now.
George Sea, olork nt tho police
station, has gone to Hawaii.
Prof. II. Schauninsland and
wifo loft for tho volcano today.
Pacific Lodge of Masons will
havo work in the first and second
dogrecs this ovoning.
A. GvM. Itobortson and E. D.
Baldwin woro among departing
passongors by tho Kiuau today.
A; V. Gear caUs .attention to
his issue five or Bit times a week
of real estato transactions in
Two shiploads of poles aro com
ing to the Mutual Tolophouo Co.
As soon as possible tho wires on
streets whoro they aro thickly
Btrung will bo enclosed in leaden
cables to obviato tho induction
that greatly impairs the efficiency
of the systoni.
:,i i ,i- 4. ...
I lift I iniMilit I n 1 n tt 1 n Itn
, roccnt.v .Uliiilinr.. tlin nninfr,
farm of Japan. Ono third of tho
cultivated land in tho islands is
said to bo devoted to potato grow
ing, tho annual production being
about 230,000 tonB.
IMtKSIDENT OLB TALKN.
Continued from M Page.
It is not that kind of disturbing of
forest land that does tho harm and
injures tho rainfall. In this case
it would be simply cutting down
one class of trees and nlantinc
others and moro procluctivo ones ;
in thoir places. I am not afraid j
of any possiblo injury to Kohala '
planters from tho openine tin of I
this largo tract and I am pleased
to Btato that tho Council has also
agreed with my recommendations
in this caso and tho land will bo
thrown oppn to settlement under
the system I Jiavo mentioned aB
soon as Commissioner Brown can
get it platted."
I In response to a question by
the reporter as to tho policy tho
government intended to pursue in
view of tho outside demand for
coffee lands, tho President ro
pVd: "It is not our intontion or
policy to throw open largo arens
of land at prcsont but rather to
open up those for which there is
already a demand from settlers
who are now resident of tho couc
try. Thoro aro enough demands
i coming in now to keep the whole
lorco or tno Land Department
busy for sorao time to come. My i
vinik iu iiiu iwu piucos uescnueci ,
beforo was on account of applica
tions for the land made to Mr.
Brown by peoplo who know what
thoy want to do with it and are,
you may say, already on tho
ground. Anothor instance may
bo mentioned in tho case of somo
Government land north of T-Tiinn '
Mnni, which I havo examined. As j
long as wo havo moro applications
than wo can attend to from peo-
pin whom wo know will prove
bonalido settlors wo shall attend
to thorn in preference to trying to
., , ! , . , ' b , ,
open up new lands which would ;
Thoro will Do time for thjit here
after. 1'nolilon ililtt IHitrrlicc.
Mr. W. L. Btaulej, barrister,
and Miss Lillian Danford, step
daughter of Sir Robert Horron,
woro married at St. Andrew's
Cathedral at noon today. Right
Rev. Alfred Willis, Bishop of
Honolulu, officiated. Thoro was
I a fashionable concourso of invited
guosts in attendance.
Tho demand for Universal
Stoves and Ranges is daily in
creasing. Tho second invoice has
nearly all been disposed of and a
third is on tho way. Tho suporior
quality of tho castings of this fac
tory and tho fino finish of thoir
goods haB given them tho reputa
tion thoy enjoy in tho United
States. Thoy aro sold by tho
Pacific Hardware Co.
Real Estate Transactions
Subscribers are furnished with from five
to six lists per weok, giving an accurate
record of all deeds, mortgages, leases, re
leases, powors of attorney, etc, eta, which
are placod on record. Also a list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $2.00 nor Mouth.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honolulu.
Tho Bishop of l'anopolis
.Highest of all in Loavouing Power.- Lalost U. S. Gov't Report.
(l'rlie ad wrllten by Honolulu lady)
fill (He wolfs Meel
and all tho men and women
merely cyclers is a truer adapt-
ation of an old familiar quota -
tion than would appear at first
glance. "Wo aro a triflo behind
tho times in Honolulu as far as
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. 0., two
thousand men and women
formed in procession a fow
wcoks ago. If thoy rode six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; throo
abreast would mean a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; bo in tho swim.
You want to bo an up-to-date
girl. Then buy a
T. W. JIOBItON, Agent.
Tired Feeling Is exceedingly common and
dangerously significant. It is a warning
which must bo heeded, or, cs with tho
express which fails to regard tho danger
signal, disaster must follow. It is a suro I
Indication of thin, weak, impure blood.
It Is certain admonition that tho blood is
not properly feeding tho nerves, tissues
nnd organs of tho body. Weak, nervous,
men nnd women nro found everywhere.
"- invo 100 nam 10 Keep ineir Dusl-
ness up," women work too much " on their
nerves," all havo too littlo sleep, thoro
is excessive drain on strength and nervous
energy, and all complain of that tired
nfmriWnr. nmi vUniuino. m mm
Hood's Sarsaparilla furnishes abundant
supply of nourishment for overy nerve,
orGan and tissue of tho body. This fresh
supply of nervo strength overcomes nor-
vousnwis; the now vigor In the blood soon
Lni8h? thfat U'ed '"" "" tho T
given tho stomach creates an appetlto,
curca lnd,ecst!on nnd dyspepsia. Tako
The beat In fact tho Ono True Wood Purifier.
Mwi,r. r:n aro tho l,c,t after-dinner
rlOOU S HlllS pills, aid Ulgcitlon. 25c.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Surveyor's -:- Instruments
inOH SALE !
A number of Second-hand Sur
veyor's Instruments, as Dumpy
Level, Theodolites, Planimetor,
Compass, Altimotor, Rulo Brass,
etc., all in good order, aro offered
for Bale at reasonable prices.
$3- Apply to
H. HACKPELD & CO.
Attention, Company B.
Ausionv Company B, N. Q. n 1
HONOLULU, Uctobor 20, 1800; f
EVEHY MEMUKtt OF THIS COM
matid U hereby ordered to report at
tho Drill Shed. THIS iTuesdnv)
'ENINO. October 2U. 181M. nr n-iil)
, , i e i in ' ' --
K. A. JACOHSON,
137-1 1 Lieutenant Commanding.
B 1 1(53 is
Lewis $( 0
Groceries when properly
bought may bo sold cheap and
yet oe a sourco of profit to tho
dealer. If you can get fresh
money ihm ' for .,.,.
rior go0 j8f tl,o profit to you is
; in buying from tho man who
sells tho fresh goods. Our
' methods of buying arc such
consumer gets ovcrv
i advantage in price and quality.
j Wo buy from the manufac
I turer thus saving the profit of
mo miuuio man.
Our agent in San Francisco
watches tho market and takes
advantage of every movo fav
oring us; tho advantage is to
you as well. What wo save
in the cost is deducted from
the selling price. You, as tho
buyer, savo tho dift'erenco.
An impression exists in tho
minds of peoplo who aro not
our customers that because
our storo is up-to-date, and our
goods tho newest and freshest,
our prices must bo higher
than in others. They aro
lower and an order, just a
single order, placed in our
"hands will convince you of the
correctness ot this statement.
Wo have fancy groceries but
no fancy prices; the condition
of trade in Honolulu will not
No ono hero equals us in tho
stock WO keOD
Lewis & Co.,
To bo given in Compliment to nnd for tho
Benefit ot tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upon tho Opening Evouing,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo presontod tho Grand Opera of
"IL TR0YAT011E "
By Auioteurs, nnilor tho direction of Iln
wall's Prima Donna,
f $ pil$ HQjlTJflUE.
On the following THUItSDVV EVENING.
will bo presented tho Delightful
" .T TT TEHS
Uudor tho directorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On BATUltDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will be given by tho Dent Amntour
Talent of this City.
159" Tho Orchestra will bo under the direc
tion ol'l'roffssor llcrgcr.
t-d" Tho receipts ol tlicee performances
havu been gcncroiialy donated by the ladles
and gentlemen luklng part In the perform,
auccs for the purpose of assisting In furnish
log tho Rtuge.
ISy-Dox Hans will bo open at Wall,
Nichols it Co. 'b Store, King sticvt, on Thurs
day, tho 1Mb Inst., at to o'clock a m when
seats can be secured Tor any or all of tho per
A fow l'lcafliiut ItoouiA to let tit this favo
rite Seaside ltesort; with or without board.
Apply on the premises to
431-tf LIKS. THOMAS WIUGI1T.
OpcratiCjDraiHatic S Musical
WASH LACES -.-WASH LACES
-N. S. SAGES'
520 Fort Street.
S3? DF" I TT 3E3 "a
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN i
COME AND SEE THEM".
TEMPLE OE EASHM
Fino Whlto Muslin in openwork. Bountiful Patterns,
A great stock of ....
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
C Wo expect within ten days a groat nnd now stock of
D d G CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset made. . .
Ltf. Schmidt $011$
Closing Out This Week
A LINE OF
Ladies' and Gents
pine Boots ghoes
STRAW and PELT
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies1 Dress Goods
Of tho Latest Stylos and at
tho Lowest Prices
Ity virtue of n Writ of Execution itumed
out of tho Ditttrict Court, on tho -Vith day of
.Septouber, A.D.1SD0, against U.T.GuUolc,
administrator, entito of J.OoineB, deceased,
defendant, in favor of Maunel Francieco,
plaintiff, for tho buiq of $293.25 1 have levied
upon and Hhnll expoHo for salo at tho Station
Houso In tho District of Honolulu, Island
of Oidin, nt 12 o'clook of Friday, tho 30th
day of October, A. D 1800, to tho highest
bidder, all tho right, titlo and intoroat of
tho said O. T. (Tuliok, nd'i inistrutor, es
tate of J. Gomos, deceased, defendant, in
and to tho following property, unless said
iudgmont, interest, oosts and my expenses
io previously paid.
List of property for salo:
All of the premises coverod by deed of
Kauo nnd Mat to Kaipuui ami Joseph
Gomos, recorded in Libor 3d, pau,o 2-10, and
of Kaoo to Joseph Gomes and Kaipuni re
corded in Liber 2, page 21; the said pre
mises now constituting one house-lot and
being a part of tho premises set out in
Kojal Patent 1700 on L O. Award 6S6 to
Makalawelawe, also tho houses thereon.
The wholo constituting ono of tho best pay'
iug properties on Emma streot in Hono
lulu. II. It. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal ltopublio ot Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, September 20, A. D.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
G08 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Klemme, -"'- Prop.'
Tho Best in
the "World -
Best of Liquors cf Wines.
B3V. 0,r Biloon is thoroughly ronovatcd
nnd refurnished nnd wo trust that our
stock will ploase overy taito.
COME AND SAMPLE IT.
For Sale or To Let.
Throo Houses near Fuuahon Collfge,
containing from soven to iiino rooms, bath
room, halls, closets, oto. Now modern
nnd convnnlent. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BDTTEIlFIEIiD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates Riven, llepairs nnd altera
tions niado. Work givon prompt'ottontion.
I3T Telephone 8.11. MUhn
W. C. ACHI&'CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
13T Wo will liny or Bojl Real Estate in
all purls of tho group.
VST Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Plants for Sale'
Choico Vnrioty of Crpton FJants as well
na othor plants for Bald at the resldenco of
J. II. HOYD, WalkikirdnU, onposito Sunny
Houth. . 41-lvf
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