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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 27, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. B drills this evening.
Woman wanted to tako caro of a
J. E. Bush Las gone to tbo other
Dr. McWnyno loft for Kona in
Tbo Australia sails on Thurs
day at 4 o'clock.
Tlio Miowern is duo from tbo
The band will play at tbo Ha
waiian liotol tomorrow evening.
J. F. Morgan loft in today's
Btoamor for tbo Kona coffeo re
gion. Bruco Waring & Co. bavo a
uotico to purchasers of Kewnlo
lots in this issue.
Dr. Capron and wifo and J. D.
Paris took passage for their res
pective homes in the W. G. Hull.
B. L. Marx, stenographer of tbo
Foreign Ottieo, will accompany
Minister Cooper abroad as secre
tary. Coronor Hawkins of Snn Fran
cisco recently broke tbo record of
that city by holding nitio inquests
in ono day.
A wonderful meteoric shower is
predicted for the night of Novem
ber 13th. It occurs every thirty
Tbo ontertainmout to bo given
by Pacific Rebecca Lodge, I. O. O.
F., has boen postponed from Oct.
30 to Nov. G.
Miss Ada M. Willinms is visit
ing her brotbor, H. H. Williams.
Tbo young lady qnmo down on
Tbo election ballots for the city
of San Francisco will cost S0150.
There will bo 100,000 samplo and
300,000 onicial ballots.
Tho annual meeting of tho Ko
loa Sugar Company takes place
on Friday, October 30tb, at 11 a.
m. at the office of H. Hackfold
There was quite a number of
police at the bull game yesterday
but they woro too much interest
ed in tbo gamo to keep the
W. W. Bruner, the Hilo sur
veyor, io iu tho city. It is said
that he has been sent for by tho
fYnvnrnmniif fn tnlrrt nlimvrn rf f!ln
K" : , " irana woro uoiivereu to tueir con-
Nuuauu stream work. fli?ue0H in ft wiHlored condition
The football gamo between tho j this morning. Cause Too much
Univorsity of California and ' red tapo in the circumlocution
tho Olympio toams on Saturday, ' offico prosided over by Commis
the 17th, was cuptuied by tbo sionor Marsdon.
collegians by a scoro of 24 to 8. ,
Tho Cbineso Consul and Vico- (
Consul and four presidents of
San Francisco highbinder so- '
cioties aro now under tho bail of
death of tho Seo Yup Company of
that city. '
This day week will bo election
day in tho United States. It is i
to be presumed that a mock eloc- '
Hon will bo bold in Honolulu as
usual. Cleveland was elected hero
four years ago.
Land Agent J. F. Brown advor- i
tise tho sale of government land
at Waiahole. Oahu: Kanpo. Maui, I
and Olaa, Hawaii, at auctim; on
November tilt? t ami 23d, in front
nf thn .TiniiVinrv hnilflinrr
OI 1110 O UlllCiarj ouiuuug.
No word was recoived from tho
T l- I.JI. 1.. -I 1.
xenver learn winuu wus iu kuooi
against the Sharpshootois on ,
buuuay, tho lotu. llioro was
plenty of timo to have telegraph
ed but for some reason they did
Mr. Ash ford received word from
his sons, Voluey V. and Clarence
W. Anhford by tho Austialia
?'ostorday. Volnoy has recovered
lis health sufficiently to tako a
carriage rido of several milos
Tho San Francisco newsboys
aro still on a strike against tho
Bulletin, PoBt and Repoit. Tho
boys aro now selling tho Oakland
Tribuno and an evening edition of
tbo Journal of Commerce, juBt
Among returning passengers
by tho Austialia was Thomas
Lindsay, tho wollknown jev."oler.
Mr. Lindsay comes back with re
newed health and says ho had a
splendid timo visiting relatives
and friends in Scotland. Ho has
beou away soven months.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Rctier Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Tbo American Leaguo moots to
night. Sboiiff L. A. Andrews of Maui
is in tho city.
Tbo volcano continues in its in
Late Volcano House visitors I
report Kilauea fairly active. !
Samuel Parker and Mibb E. ,
Purker returned by tho Kinnu.
Gardnor K. Wilder, editor of i
tho Hilo Tribune, is in tho city. (
Mrs. E. S.kGunha and daughter
bavo returned from a trip to tho
Tho frame of Wolter's new
hotel at King and Alukea streets
Tho trial of John Ah Su, ac
cused of smuggling opium, is on
this nftornoon in tho police court.
Tho Asbworth liquor case was
called in tbo District Court this
morning and again postponod to
D. H. Hitchcock has another
now volcano picture on exhibition
in ono of the Pacific Hardware
Tho last number of the Scienti
fic Amorican recoived horo con
tains a lino fulbpago portiait of
Tho two basoball teams hired a
couplo of big busses last night
and enjoyed a drivo about town,
taking in tbo band concert, etc.
Among those who came down
from the volcano by tho Kinau
wore Postmaster General Oat,
Colonel Fiahor, Sheiiff E. G.
Hitchcock and II. M. Dow.
Mr. Farrington, editor of the
Advertiser, is congratulated upon
an auspicious event in bis life
elsowhoro recorded. Lone life
1 ftml bappineas to his bride and
Tho dramatic performance at
St. Louis college comes off on
November 1-Uh and not on
September 14th, as ono of the
compositors niado it road yester
day. Notices are ported calling on
all parties inteiested iu tbo pro
posed widening of Fort street,
from Wichmau's store to King
htrt'ot, to oppcur before Judgo do
la Vergno on Novembor 10th.
A quantity of cut flowers
brought down on ice by the Aus-
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Charles Moltono the barber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at the Cen
tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono is
an excellent wioldor of tho razor
and shears and carries his trade
with him. Poixoto has refurnish
ed his shop iu baudsomo stylo so
that it is now ono of the most at
tractive in tovn.
A unninn tn tal.c caro of
Apply nt tills OJUce.
,i tMiinll child.
The Entertainment to be dviu UyTaclfic
LoiIkc No. I. IXumlitt-M ontebece-, U post-
, pon(.(l from optoberSilth. 18M, to Novimucr
' ""'' b'M- m'u
Perhons desirous of making an invest
ment cm puroba-o n p ij ing block of pro
perty fronting on Kiuj; and Mauimbea
streets by culling on
M3 tf JOHN P. COLBURN
The Annual Mixtlng of tho Knloa Sugar
Company will bo held at the Ufllcc of II.
IlackfelJ & Co., on Friday, Oct. riotb, at II
a. ra. 01IAB. M. COOKE,
St-cretary of tho K. 8 Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27th, 1890. 443-3t
Attention, Company B.
AitMonv Company B, N. G. H., 1
HONOLULU, UctObor 27, 1BUU. J
EVEIIY MEMBER OF THIS COM
inand Is hereby ordered to report at
the Drill Blicil, 1IIIS (Tuesday)
VENING. October 27. IBM. at 7.J0
o'clock, for Drill.
E. A. JACODSON.
It Lieutenant Coinmandlng.
All persons who liavo bousht Kowalo Lots
on tho Instalment plan aro hereby uotiuid
that their agic( mcnU mo riady, and tlmt the
second mj mtnt fulU duo on tbo hrst day of
Xovunbur. For the convenlenco of those
ileslihiK to pnj, our olllto will bo optnccl un
til 5 p. m. on Saturday.
1 HUUCE WARING & CO..
413 3t per WiilUr O. Wccdou.
Highest of all in Leavening Powor. Latest D. S. Gov't Boport.
S k. d&gjjff
(Prltead written by Honolulu lad))
111 te weif s Weel
and nil tbo men and women
merely cyclers is a truer adapt
ation of an old familiar quota
tion than would appear at first
glunco. We me n trifle behind
the times in Honolulu us far as
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. C, two
thousand men and women
formed in procession u few
veoks ago. If they rode six
abreast, a column ten miles
long would bo tho result; thrco
abreast would mean a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why dolay; bo in tho swim.
You want to bo an up-to-date
girl. Then buy a
T. W. JIOBRON, Agent.
Without exertion, weak, weary nnd n
pressed. This la tho pitiable condition n'
thousands at this Bcaaon. It Ii duo tu
impoverished blood. Tho vital fluid has
becomo loaded with impurities or.d de
pleted in quality. It leaves tbo system
Becnuso tho blood is tho means nature pro
vides for supplying nerves, organs and
tissues with nourishment, and health and
vigor cannot bo expected w hen tho blood
is thin and impure Hood's Sarsaparllla
Is tho remedy for this weakness, hecaueo
it enriches tho blood. It cures
Troubles by feeding tho nerves upon
puro, rich blood. It overcomes that tirod
feeling, creates an appctlto and gives re
freshing sleep. If you want to feel woll
you must havo puro blood. Yon may
have pure blood and good health by taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by Its un
equalled record of cures has won the first
placo among medicines. Get only
Tho One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. St.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood ftCo., Lowell, Mass.
Hnnrl'c Dillc e!"yt buy. easy to take,
llOOU S rlllS cosy to operate, sse.
Hobron Drug Co.. Acents.
MRS. N. H. ZE4YE,
8ucicssor to Mis A. M. MellU, 5'JO Fort
HAS ItEOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of- W. S. Sachs.
c Wedding Outfits and
Riding Habits a specialty.
Plants for Sale.
Ohoico Vanoty of Cioton Plants as well
as other plants for Malo nt tho residence of
J II. 150YD, Wnilukl roarl, onposito Sunny
The Evininy Bulletin, 75 cents
eS mm ww
Hawaii is a glorious coun
try but tho soil and cliunato aro
against raising certain kinds of
fruits, so that except in certain
short seasons tho public must
cat tinned goods. There aro
many kinds of tinned goods to
suit many kinds of people.
We plcnso all
Tho "Hickmott's Signature
Brand" of tinned fruits in three
pound cans are unquestionably
tho best put up in the States.
Wo have Sliced Lemon Cling
Peaches. Yellow Crawford's
Apricots and Bartlett Pears
put up in an elegant thick
syrup. They are the most
delicious fruits imaginable.
Then wo have cheaper grodos,
Everyone who eats enjoys
the small French Peas but
they cost money, some people
have a French Pea Pallet
and Marrowfat Purse. But
recently tho farmers of Cali
fornia havo been growing
small peas equol to tho French
which wo toll for a groat deal
less money. You would imagine
they came from the suburbs
of Paree. Another elegant
dish, and vory cheap, is tho
French Red Kidney Beans,
may bo cten hot or cold and
enjoyed either way. These
t.re new here.
In syrup3 wo have Forest
Grove Brand of Maple, some
thing entirely new, elegaiit
and the genuine article. Wo
have Green Mountain, known
to every yunkce, and Fowler's
Log Cabin Brand in pint and
quurt bottles. Hot cakes or
wailles are not good without
syrup. Those who do not
like maple can get "Crystal
Rock" drips from us.
Lewis & Co.,
Closing Out This Week
a line or
Ladies' and Gents'
pine Boots Sc hoes
STRAW and FELT
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
Ladies1 Dress Goods
Of tho Latest Styles find nt
tho Lowest Prices
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
X3T Wo will Bny or Soil Heal tstato iu
nil parts of tho group.
VT Wo will Boll rropejtiesonlScason.
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
WASH LACES - :
N. S. SACHS'
S3T FIVE ""El
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !.
COME AND SEE THEM.
Fino White Mullu in opan
A great stock of
Valenciennes Laces .
. . edging and insertion to match . . .
C Wo expect within ton daya a great and now stock o
B dl iS- ORSISTS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mndo. . .
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.
Complimentary Bcnellt tontlered to tl o
Gonzales histeru prior to thoir tlopartu.ro
NINA, tho Little Woudor.
BTbLLA, Contortionist Kstraordlnary.
NOIU MARTIN, Doscriptivo Vocalist.
MASTER KAUL, Otclaimer
MILLIE KING 'LUV, tho Spanish Dan.
LIZZIE BRANDON, tho Skip-ropo Dan
cor. BIG. LEONARDO, Trapezlau nnd Gym
nast. JVME3 KULOLIA, tho Hawaiian Dion
WILFRED BURNS (retired circusmun)
has kindly volunteered for this occasion
only, informing his foals of streugih anil
brtnk nway laddur act.
l'ROF. UB1K1BH has gonorously offoretl
his Viluahlo sen ices nnd will discourso
nil tho popular airs of tho day.
CHILE GONZ.VLE- wi 1 illustrato Japa
nese, I hiucso and Arabian Tumbling.
A host of other VolnutcerB.
Carriages may bo ordorod at 10:15.
fJSff" Tho sisters will isit joaalland
oflur their tickets for sale. 4 12-td
G08 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Elemme, - - Prop.
Tlio Best in
the "World - - -
Best of Liquors df Wines.
52. Our Saloon is thoroughly renovated
nnd refnrnishod nnd wo trust that our
stock will ploase every taste.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
Eor Sale or To Let.
Throo Houses near Pnnaliou ColUge,
containing from noven to uino rooms, bath
room, halls, clotietB, eto. New, modem
nnd convenient. Good view, healthy loca
lity, Apply to
J. A. BUTTEHFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates ghou. Itcpairs and altera,
tloiw mado. Work gien prompt uttontion.
I3T Telophono 851. 434-3m
WEEK ! m
- WASH LAGES
work. Bountiful Patterns,
F01 gErTTLE, WHINTOM,
Tho Nippon Yiuon Knishn Steamer
AVill bo duo nt this port on or
about WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
nud will Bail tho following tiny for
For freight or passage, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ld.
PER S. S. "AXJSTItALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
1 Double Seated Family
1 Large Black Horse,
sound and gentle, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
W. C. .PEACOCK.
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