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EVENJNU iJCLLETlN, OCTOBER 23, 18.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Planters' Monthly for Octo
ber is out.
Waiaimo BtookholdorB will moot
on October 28th.
Tho Mariposa got away about
8:110 Inst evening.
Tho National liaud is expected
horao.ou Monday'8 steniner.
Fort street 1ms boon receiving a
much needed scraping today.
Thoro was quito a turn-out to
witness the regimental roviow Inst
Lieutenant Giles donned his
now uniform for the first timo Inst
At V. Qenr has added several
valuablo properties to his real es
tate list in this paper.
Tho Sharpshooters' annual
shooting match aud dmnor coinos
off ou Noyembor Mth.
The Royal Annex
Hof liran beer on tap. Try it nnd
you will have Ho other.
Tho postage on tho invoices of
the Christmas goods ordered by
tho Wall, Nichols Co. nmounted
to 815.27. ' j
The Belgic is duo from San
Francisco boiuo timo during the
night. She will bring two days, ,
Tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters'
Association will meot in its hall
on Nuuanu street on Monday,
Deputy Mnrshal Hitchcock
gives notico of a Marshal's sale
on Novembor 21st in tho suit of
S. IIolfnuMg it Co. vs. Brown &
Tho Central Market's offors
fino picklod pig's feet, lamb
tonguo3, Ik a I cheese, liver
wuinl, etc. Tel. 101, 214 Nuuauu
One week from tomorrow night
tho benpfit tor Stella Gonzales j
comes off at Indepoudonco Park.
A large number of tickots havo
already beou sold. !
Throo hundred moro American
bicycles wont through ou tho Ma
riposa yosterday iogothor with :
several people to start now agon-.
cies in tho Colonies. .
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. give notico
of tho expected arrival of tho '
Kinshin Mam of tho Nippon
Yusou Kaisha lino on AVednos- ,
day, October 28th. Tho vessel
will sail for Seattle on tho follow- I
News has been received of the '
death of Captaiu K. Martin, tho
well known commander of tho (
bark Velocity) which has been iu
tho China trndo for so many years, j
The captaiu is reputed to have
loft a very large fortune.
Tho Bryaut aud Ilall party,
who have boon stopping at tho
Hawaiian hotel, lmvo movwl out
to AViight's Villa. They will stay
over tor tho next colonial steamor,
having been unablo toBecuro suit
able cnbius on the Mariposa
11. C. Jayasuriya hns just open
ed his storo at 87 King street,
near. Fort, whoro ho displays a
fino lino of precious stones, silver
and gold ornaments, ladies' belt
buckles, aud the only genuine
hand made Coylou laces over
offered iu Honolulu.
The vitality of tho snail is re
markable. Ono that was glued to
a card in the British Museum for
four years enmo to life after boing
immorsod in warm water. Some
specimens in tho collection of a
naturalist revived after thoy had
apparently beou dead for fifteen
In the District Court this morn
ing tho caso of Kahoohuli, dis
turbing tho poaco and quiet of tho
night, was nolle pros'd; John Nui,
Jr., was found guilty of truancy;
aud Sam, using profane and ob
scene language, waB also found
guilty. In both cases sentence
Commencing next Sunday even
ing Rev. H. W. Peck will com
monco a sorios of Biblo talks, il
lustrated by Bteroopticon views,
beginning with Genesis and con
tinuing through to Revelations.
Theso talks will bo given twice a
month in place or tho usual
Sunday ovoning discourse.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Urocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Five-hundred toim of ballast for
salo. Apply to A. V. Gear.
Tomorrow's ball gamo will bo
tho event of the ball season.
Everybody is going. j
Tho Foreign Ollico baigoAvill'
bo launched at 10:30 tomorrow i
morning at the Kinau wharf. I
I Tho finest of - refrigerated
meats aro advertised by tho Con
tral Moat Markot, 214 Nuuanu '
stroot. Tel. 101. I
I It is now said that tho news of '
thoresult of tho election in tho
United States is liablo to roach
horo first on tho now Intor-islaud
j Tho trial of John Ah Sa for
smuggling has beon pot for
tho 27th nnd tho opium cases of
Tai ODg and Ah Ong for tho
1 29th. Kinney & Ballou will do
fond the last named.
It has beou suggested that the
band bo stationed on tho base
ball grounds and not in the
grand stand during ball games.
It is impossiblo to hear the um
pire's voice whon tho band is
Kroogor Pinno3, swootost in tone,
, Jas.W. Bergstrom, solo agent, cash
I or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. PST" Tolo
' phono 347.
) Tho Council of Stato has been
called together for 3 o'clock this
afternoon. It is oxpectcd that ex
Queen Liliuokalani'8 pardon and
tho proposed Waikiki hotel liquor
license will be among tho matters
submitted to the Council.
Tho trial of Ah Kim on two
charges, ono of carrying a con
coaled weapon and tho other of
having opium in possession, took
place in Judge do la Vorgne's
court this morning. Ho was found
guilty of tho first nnd fined 30.
In tho opium caso tho decision
Charles Moltono tho barber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at tho Cen
tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono is
an excellent wieldor of tho razor
aud shears and carries his trade
with him. lYixoto has refurnish
ed his shop in handsome stylo bo
that it is now one of tho most at
tractive in town.
Kaikainahaola plead guilty this
niornins in Judge do la Vergno's
court of selling awa without a
license. Judgo Mngoon, who
appeared for tho licensee, ro
quosted that sentence bo not
passed until ho could confer with
tho Attorney. General about it.
Tho Court accordingly postpoued
scntouco until tomorrow.
By virtno of n Writ of Execution issuod
I out of the District Court, on thu 21t day
' of October, A. I). 1890, against Ilriwn k
Kuboy, dofondaut, in favor of S. Iloffhung
, & Company, p nintitT, fur tho hum of
SI Ct 01). I havo luviod upon mid hhull ox
pout) for salo ut the Polico Station, in the
District of Honolulu, I-lnnil of Oahu, nt 12
o'clock of Saturday, tho 21st day of Novem
ber, A I). 1800, to tho hifihOHt bidder, nil
1 tliH tight, titlo aud Intf-rott u the said
Brown & Kuboy, defendant, in and to tho
folio v.iug propsrty unless said judgment,
! iutcruit. costs uud uiy expenses bo provions
I List of property for snloi
I 23 Cloolts (Muutcl, Office, Alarm k
Lover Clocks), 9 pieces Clock Ornaments;
Silver Vaiesj Crookorles; Cntlorii'HjStution
ory; Eyo Glassos; Itubber Stiuups, Store
! Fixtures, cto , etc., otu.
For further particulars apply ut thu Office
of tho Deputy Murshal.
Deputy Mnrshrtl Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Ouhu, Octobtr 23, A. D. 1SU0.
WPPON YUSEN KA1SDA
jftiTTLE, : tf HINtTON.
The Nippon Yason Kaisha Stenmer
"Will bo duo at this port on or
about WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
and will sail the following day for
For freight or passage, apply to
Wm. G.Irwin & Co., Ld.
Highest of nil in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
fl'rhe J written liy Honolulu lady)
and till tho men and women
merely cyclers is u truer adapt-
.. - 11f ... .l
ntion of uu old familiar quota- I
tion than would appear at first '
glance. Wo are a triflo behind '
tho times in Honolulu as far as
cycling is concerned. !
In Washington, D. C, two i
thousand men and
formed in procession a few
weeks ngo. If thoy rode six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo the result; throo
abreast would mean a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; be iu the swim.
You want to bo an up-to-date
girl. Then buy a
T. W. HOBIION,
Blood is essential to perfect health. This
is a scientific fact. Every organ, ncrvo
and mueclo must bo fed and nourished.
It is tho function of tho blood to furnish ;
this nourishment, and tho quality of '
nourishment theso orsans recelvo depends
on the quality of the blood.
1. If tho blood la
Puro nnd full of vitality It will properly
feed and support tho wholo mechanism
of tho body. If it is poor and thin
dlscaso and suffering will bo inevitable.
Tho great success ot Hood's Sarsaparlila
in curing stubborn cases ot scrofula,
eczema, rheumatism, neuralgia and
many other similar troubles, is based
upon its power to enrich and purify tho
This Is also tho reason for tho great popu
larity ot Hood's Sarsaparlila as a building
up medicine. By making puro, rich blood,
It gives vigor and vitnllty oven in try
ing seasons, when, owing to impover
ished blood, thousands nro complaining of
weakness aud weariness, lack of energy
and ambition, and that tired feeling.
Is tlie beat In fait tho One True llloort lurlflr.
1 rv.11 villi
euro Mver Ills; easy to
1100(1 S PUIS talvc, easy to operate. Mc,
Hobron Drug Co.. Agents.
RING UP SOU
The Central Meat Market
2M Nuuanu Stiieet.
Voi Your Choice
RMgetoietl ,-. Meaty
Always on Hand Orders
promptly imd oaref ully attend
Hi tk 4F& $Vi ? I
HbI 4J kM iS ny
LiWES $ 0.
Groceries whon properly
bought may bo sold cheap and
yet be a source of profit to tho
dealer. If you can get fresh
for the same, or less
"J0110 tbaa J0n for int?
nor goods, tho profit to you n
'r l.. . r ., .
tho man who
in uuyuiL! irum
sells tho fresh coods. Our
methods of buying are such
that the consumer gets overy
advantage in price and quality.
We buy from tho manufac-
r.livov f.lniR finviticr f.lin nrrifif. nf
;, . VV. l
cue niiuuie man.
Our agent in San Francisco
watches tho market and takes
advantage of every move fav
oring us; the advantago is to
you ns well. What wo save
in the cost is deducted from
tho selling price. You, as tho
buyer, savo tho difference
An impression exists in the
minds of peoplo who aro not
our custoniors 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
lowir and an order, just a
single order, placed in our
I hands will convince you of the
correctness of this statement.
Wo havo fancy groceries but
no fancy prices: the condition
of trade in Honolulu will not
No ono here equals us in tho
stock we keep.
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JjQA1.S GCt VOi.
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To bo given in Coinpl'mont to and for tho
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upon tho 0H.'ning Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo prcsontod tho Grand Opera of
Amateurs, unrtor tho diiectiuu of Hn-
wiius 1'rinm JJonui,
v0 iwmig qoflTUE.
tho following THUBSDW EVENING
will bo presented tho Delightful
Undor the directorship of
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will bo given by tho Best Amateur
Talent of this Oity.
Jf Thu Orchestra will bo under thodlrcc
tlou of Professor llcigcr.
RTTlio receipts ot these performances
have been Keueroiisly donated by tliu ladles
and Rcntlemcu tuklnc; part In the perlouu
ances for tho purpose, of assisting lu furnish
Inj: the stai;e.
fiy-llox Plans will bo open at Wall,
Nichols & Co. 'a titore, Klnj; street, ou Thurs
day, thu j5lh lost., at 10 o'clock u m., wtieu
eeats can bu secured for any or all of tliu per
A few Pleasnut Itooius to lot at this fino
rito SchrUIo ltesort; i with or without boaid.
Apply on tho piomises to
431-tf MRS. THOMAS WRIGHT.
THIS WEEK !
WASH LACES-:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
S3" 3?" I "V 3U! "33
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
Fino Whito Muslin in opou
A great stock of - -
. EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
US?" Wo expect within ton dayB
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
Closing Out This Week
A LINE OF
Ladies' and Gents
pine Boots hoes
STRAW and PELT
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies' Dress Roods
Of tho Latest Stylos aud at
tho Lowest Prices
Uy vlrtuo of n Writ of Exocution issued
out of tho District Court, on the 25th day of
Soptouiber, A.D.18D0, OKainst (J.T.Guhok,
uduunistiator, ent.tu of J Gimes, duceiihoil,
defendaut, in favor of Manuel Franciuco,
plaintlfl, for tho tuui of $293.25 1 havo levied
upon and Khali oxpose for salo at tho Station
House in mo uisinci oi uonoiuiu, isiunu
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Friday, tho 30th
day of October, A. D 1800, to tho hijjhest
bidder, all tho right, titlo nnd intorost of
the said O. T. Guliclc, ad inistrator, es
tate of J. Gomes, deceased, dofondant, iu
nnd to tho following property, unless said
iudfmieut, intorest, conts and my expenses
io pievlously paid.
List of property for salo:
All of the nrerulsos covered bv deed of
Kaoo nnd Mai to Knipunl and Joseph
Gomos, recorded in Liber 30, pago 240, and
of Kaoo to Joseph Gomes and Kalpuui re
corded in Llbor 71, pape 21 j tho suid pro
mises now constituting ouu house-lot and
beiuR a part of tho premises sot ont iu
Itoynl Patent 1709 on L O. Award 656 to
Makulawolawo, also tho houses thoreon.
Tho wholo cortstitutlng ono of tho best pay
ing properties on Emma street in Hono
lulu. II. R. HITCHCOOK,
Deputy Marshal Ropublia of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, September 29, A. D.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
work, Donutiful Pattern,
a great and now Btook of
COS Nuuanu Stiieet.
Harry Klenime, - - Prop.
Tho Best in.
the "World -
Best of Liquors df Winesl
E3V. Our Siloon is thoroughly renovated
nnd refurnished nnd wo trust that our
stool; will pleaso overy taite.
COME AMD SAMPLE IT.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
toT Wo will Puy or Sell Real Estate ia
nil parts nf tho group.
tir Wo will Kell Propertios on "Reabon
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses near Punnhon Ooll'fje,
contalniuR from seven to nino rcnimj, bath
room, halls, closets, etc. Now, modern
nnd oonvmiient. Good view, hoalthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. nqTTEItPIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Conlroctoi So Builder
Estimates pivon. Repairs and Altera
tions mado, Work given prompt cttpntion.
t3T Telephono 851. 434-3m
Plants for Sale.
Choico Varioty of Croton Plants as well
ns other phnts for Halo nt the residence of
J II. 1J0YD, Waikiki rotul, opposite Snni7
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