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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 21, 1896. 5 J9
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Captain Koa cnlls Co. G out for
drill this evening.
Moonlight concert at Thomas
squaro this ovoning.
J. F. Collier, the lifo iimiranco
man, has gono to Maui.
W. L. Stanley and brido loft for
Kauni on tho Mikahala last night.
J. J. Egan's new houeo on
Prosppct street will be two stories
Minister Cooper hold a qunrfor
ly inspection of the garrison and
band this morning.
It is astonishing what a number
of now housos ar,o going up in
various parts of the city.
The Board of Health will meet
at 3 o'clock this aftornoon with
threo weeks' business to attend to.
P. W. Glade and Drs. Goodhue
and Hutchinson wore among de
parting passengers for Kauai last
This is Ladies' day at tho Paci
fic tennis courts, but there will bo
no baud concord at tho Exocutivo
Tho fence at Boyd's place on
tho "NVaikiki road lias been sot
back four feet, which will widen
tho road that much.
Hollister & Co. were ahead of
tho two Spanish colonial wars in
laying iu their stocks of oigars.
Therefore they have both Hava
nas and Manilas at tho old prices.
Tlic honored guest who mnkei n call
Should welcome find itlnecri;.
And likewise If ho drinks nt ull
A glass of ''Halnler" llccr.
On tap or in bottles at tho Cri
Mrs. T. J. Higgius sustniued a
dislocation of tho shouldor yester
day afternoon by being thrown
from hor horse. Sho is being at
tended by Drs. Cooper and Way
son. A regular convention of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will bo
hold this availing at 7:30 o'clock
at their Castlo Hall, Fort street.
There will bo work iu tho Third
Mr. Torbort at the Pacific
Hardware's Art Rqom is framing
Citizens' Guard certificates at 15o.
each, two for a quarter. If yon
want special frames thoy will be
mado proportionately cheap.
Tho barkontino ,T. M. Griffith,
which arrived from Port Town
send on Monday, brought a ling
fole 110 feet long for Jim Dodd.
t was hauled out to Kapiolani
Park by Hustaco & Co, draymon,
When tho name of Molly Bush
was called in the District Court
this morning there was no answer
and a bench warrant for hor ar
rest was ordered to issue. Molly
is wanted to answer to a charge of
Tho thousand tumblors, arrang
ed in tho form of a pyramid, iu
W. W. Dimond's winJow, attrnct
considerable attention. Mr. Di
mond and Messrs. H. W. Schmidt
fc Sons aro acquiring a reputation
as window decorators. Good
Charles Molteno tho barber is
now with Mr. Poixolo at tho Cen
tral barber shop. Mr. Molteno is
an oxeelleut wielder of the rnzor
aud shears and carries his tnulo
with him. Peixoto hns refurnish
ed his shop in handsome stylo so
that it is now ono of tho most at
tractive in town.
H. Sittontield aud G. L.Sam
son have dissolved partnership in
tho soda water businoss. Mr.
Sitteiifiold will coutinuo to con
duct tho Arctic Soda Works on
Millor, near Beretauia street, fill
ing all orders promptly. Evory
variety of light beverages deliver
ed free to all parts of the city.
Detective Cordes got another
setback in tho District Court to
day when Judgo do la Vorgne
discharged a Japaneso named Ta
naga, whom Cordes had arrosted
for selling foreign goods without
a license. Louis Rich and Doug
las K. Brown, two of Cordes' in
formers, wore sent by him to buy
a ton cent cako of Bhaving soap
from tho barber and given tho
money for tho purpo60. Aftor
hearing the testimony of the threo
sleuths tho Judgo discharged tho
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes IiciUr Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Five-hundred tons of ballast for
salo. Apply to A. V. Gear.
Hoard of Education mooting at
the usual hour this aftornoon.
A kanaka boy was arrosh'd this
morning aud charged with selling
N. F. Burgess offers unfurnish
ed rooms for rout cheap at -138
Kaikainahaole, accused of sell
ing awa without a license, will bo
David Dayton advortifies houses,
lots and furnished rooms for salo
or rent in difforont parts of tho
Tho Bulletin's business man
ager, Mr. B. L. Finney, has re
covered from his rocont illness,
and is about today.
A Chinaman who was arrested
last night and hold for investiga
tion turned out to bo an escaped
lunatic. Ho was sent back to tho
At some of tho recent swell
weddings, it was noticed that tho
host dfosBed men wore wearing
collars aud neckties got from "Tho
Kash," Hotel streot.
Ah Tai paid a S25 fine this
morning for haying chefa tickets
in his possession. During the
morning another celestial was ar
rested for the Bamo offense.
Bishop & Co. publish John H.
Paty's resignation and notice of
their assumption of tho ngoucy of
the Fireman's Fund Insurance
Company of San Francisco.
Tho enso of Luck Ohonpr, tho
Chinese who ran ovor n Portu
guese with his wagon yesterday,
has beon postponed to the 28th,
when the injured man will bo able
Thoro will bo a regimental
parade tomorrow evening in honor
of Minister Cooper of Foreign
Affairs, in anticipation of his
oarly departure for a vacation in
tho United States.
Viggo Jacobson has just com
pleted a hnndsomo box plan of the
protty littlo theutro at St. Louis
collego for use in soiling reserved
seats at entertainments It can
bo seen at tho Golden Rule Ba
zaar. Francis Dunn, tho Now York
architect, has opened an office at
room No. 5 in tho Spreckels
building, Fort street. Ho is
already engaged on somo fine
plans for buildings soon to be
0. G. Parsons, uccused of tamp
ering with a 13-year-old Portu
guese girl, was found guilty by
Judgo do la Vergno and sentenc
ed to nine months' imprisonment.
Tho case has been appealed and
Parsons is out ou S100 bail.
Wall, Nichols Co. are "cleaniug
house." In other words thoy aro
ro-urranging all their pholt goods
to mako room for what will bo tho
j largest and iinost stock of holiday
I goods over brought to Honolulu.
Toys, holiday gifts, books, novel
: ties, musical instruments, etc., in
inunuo variety will nrrivo during
tho next two months to graco tho
counters and decorate the show
cases of this up-to-date house.
Co. B. had no drill Inst night,
but a short business meeting wrB
hold. Tho resignation of Sei
geaut Atherton as treasurer of
tho company was read and accept
ed. Private Ewing was elected in
liis stead. An order for an elec
tion of a first lioutonant to bo
held next month was read. Lieut.
Jacobsen's commission has ex
pired, but he will probably bo
ro-olocted. Second Lioutonant
Giles, recently elected, has passed
Unfurnished Rooms, consisting of largo
sitting room, 2 bedrooms, dining room,
small kitoheu aud bath. Also 0 feet ve
randa on three sides. Rent cheap to suit
ablo party. Apply to
N. F. DOROESS,
438-tf 438 Punchbowl street.
Mystic Lodge, Wo. S, K.
A RoRular Convention of the Mystic
Lodgo, No. 2. K. of P., will be hold nt
their Castlo Hall, Fort streot, THIS (Wed
nesday) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock.
Woiik ik thk Third Rank.
Brothers of Oaliu Lodgo, No. 1, and all
visiting brelhvou nro cordially invited to
Per ordor of the C. 0.
0. B. GRAY,
438-lt K. of R. & S.
Highest of nil in Loavoniug Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. -fS
S"fc tfiaka. THIS WEEK! J
I yfcy Powder
Where to get it.
Thoro nro soveral lomcdius for
thirst. Water is all right, but
how much plen-unter is u glnss of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate Ours is an ngrecablo
remedy. Wo gimrnntco a euro,
not it permanent cute, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leave anything to
chnnco in proparing our plensimt
thirst remedies. Wo take the ut
most pains with every detail.
We wont skimp on material either.
Wo uso fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
Tho same with mneannle. l)c-
' cayed fruit is never used for our
fruit flavors. That's ono icason
our flavors don't tasto like tho com
mon sort you got at other places.
Got your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co
Blood puro? Do not pass by this question
with an cvnslvo answer. It means much
to your health, your happiness, your use
fulness. If your blood is pure you will
bo strong;, vigorous, full of lifo and ambi
tion; your nerves wilt bo steady. You
will havo littlo need to fear di.sc.iso if your
Is puro and you keep It so. Now is tho
time to seo that your blood Is pure, and to
give It richness and vitality and tho lifo
and strength-giving properties which aro
required, nothing can equal Hood's Sar-Baparllla.-
Rich, Red Blood. It will overcomo that
tired feeling, crcato an appetite, glvo
sweet, refreshing sleep and make you
strong. It will build you up and cnablo
you to resist tho enervating effects of
warm or changeable, weather. Is not this
exactly what you want? Then tako
The Ono True Wood Pnrltler. All driiKRlsts. $!.
l'reparcil only by 0. 1. Hood & Co., I.o ell, Mass.
u it rn act cully, promptly and
nOOCl S FillS ellectlvcly. us cents.
Hobron Drag Co.. Agents.
Surveyor's -:- IastnmcDfs
FOR SALE !
A number of Second-hand Sur
veyor's Instruments, as Dumpy
Level, Theodolites, Planimetor,
Compass, Altimeter, Rule BraBS,
etc., all in good ordor, aro ofTored
for Balo at reasonable prices.
8- Apply to
H. HACKPELD & CO.
Attention, Company G-.
Ahmouv Company G, N. G. II.,
Honolulu, October 21, 1800. j"
G EVERY MEMBER OF THIS COM
jmiiy is horeby ordorod to report
at the Drill Shed, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, Octobtr 21, 1890. at
7:30 o'cloek, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
433-lt Cnptnin Commanding.
Li wis & 0
Groceries when properly
bought may bo sold cheap and
yet bo a sourco of profit to tho
dealer. If you can get fresh
goods for the same, or less
money than you pay for infe
rior goods, tho profit to you is
in Duymg trom tho man who
sells tho fresh goods. Our
, methods of buying nro such
, that tho consumer gets every
advantage in prico and quality.
We buy from tho manufac
turer thus saving tho profit of
tho middle man.
Our agent in San Francisco
watches tho market and takes
advantage of evory uiovo fav
oring us; the advantage is to
you as well. What wo save
in the cost is deducted from
tho soiling price. You, as tho
buyer, save tho difference.
An impression exists in tho
minds of people who aro not
our customers that because
our store 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 of this statement.
Wo havo fancy groceries but
no fancy prices; tho condition
of trade in Honolulu will not
No ono hero equals us in the
stock we keep.
Lewis & Co.,
Operalicjlramatic i& Musical
To bo given in Compliment to ond for tho
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upou tho Opcuiug Evoning,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo presented tho Grand Opera of
I By Anmtours, undor tho direction of Hn-
wuus rnmn Uouua,
rI$ p$ iplTlfllJE.
On the following TIIURSDW EVENING
will be presented the Delightful
Undor tho directorship of the Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENING, November 7tb,
A Grand Concert
Will bo given by tho Best Amateur
Talent of this City.
JSy Tho Orchestra will be under the direc
tion of 1'rofeBsor llerger.
K" The receipts ot these performances
havo been generously donated by tho ladles
and gentlemen taking part In the perform
ances for tho purposo of assisting In famish
ing the stage.
1ST" Box Plaus will bo open at Wall,
Nichols & Co.'b 8torc, King street, on Thurs
day, tho JSth Inst., at 10 o'clock a in., when
scats can bo secured for any or all of tho per
A few Plcnsnut Rooms to lot nt this favo
rito Seaside Resort; with or without boaid.
Apply on the promises to
431-tf MRS. TllOMAS WRIGHT.
WASH LACES -:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street. ' '' '
S3- FIVE -mt
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES :
COME AND SEE THEM.
WHAT IS THIS ?
Doubtless you know that ItED WAR is in progross in both Cuba
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo purohmied a LARGE STOUK
DIRECT jiiBt boforo tho fighting bognn. Thoroforo we linvo not, ne
yot, been obligod to rniso prices. WE HOPE WE WONT IIAVJE
TO. Meanwhile, in ordor to avoid such u stato of affairs, come in
and purclmso now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. Wholesale and RotaiL
p. tf. Schmidt oi;!
Closing Out This Week
A LINE OF
Ladies' and Gents'
pine Boots hoes
STRAW and PELT
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies1 Dress Goods
Of tho Latest Styles aud at
tho Lowest Prices
Ry vlrtuo of a Writ of Execution issued
out of tho District Court, on tho 25th day of
Suptouibcr, A.D.18D0, npniiiHt O.T.Gulfok,
udmiuibtrntor, cstulo of J.GomoH, decerned,
defondant, in favor of Mnnncl Fruncisco,
plaintilT, for the sum of $203.25 1 have levied
upon and nhall expose for sale at tho Station
Houboiutha District ot Honolulu. Island
ofOahn, at 12 o'clock of Friday, the 30th
day of October, A. D 1890, to tho higheHt
bidder, all tho right, title and interest of
tho said O, T. Gulick, administrator, es
tate ot J. Gomes, deceased, defendant, iu
and to tho following property, unless bbUI
judgment, interest, costs and my oxpenses
bo previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Alt ol tho piemibes ruvcrod by dood of
Kaoo and Mai to Kaipuni and Joseph
Gomes, rocorded in Liber 30, page 240, and
of Kaoo to Joseph Goniex and Kaipuui le
corded iu Liber 2, page 21; tho said pro
mises now constituting ono houbo-lot and
being a part of the premises set out in
Itoyal Patent 1709 on L. O. Award MO to
Mukalnwclawo, also tho Iioukcu thereon.
Tho nliulo constituting ono of the best pay
ing properties ou Emma streot in Hono
lulu. 11. It. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshal Ilepuhlio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, September 2i), A. I).
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
per month. "
G08 Nuuanu STiir.KT.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop
The Best in
the "World -
Best of Liquors cf Wines
E$W Our Saloon is thoroughly renovated
and refurnished and wo trust, that oar
stock will ploaso ovcry taste.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CT Wo will Buy or Soil Real Estate in
all parts of tho group.
VtT Wo will Boll r-ropertiosou IU aeon
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
i I" i '
For Sale or To Let.
Three nouses near Puu&hou Colkge,
containing from seven to nino rooms, bath
room, halls, closets, etc. New, modera
and convonlent. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. IIUTTEUFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates Riven. Itepaira and altera
lions mado. Work given prompt attention.
1ST Telephono 851. 434-3ui
Plants for Sale1.'
Choice Varioty of Croton Plants os well
as other pUntu for Balo at the j-eslilenco ot
J. II. 110YD, Waikiki road, opposlto Huni.y
l" IK . .