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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. G will drill this evening.
Dr. Dny 1ms gone to Hawaii for
a short visit.
The Boards of Hoalth nnd Edu-
cation hold their weekly BCBsions
H. F. Siuger in buck from tho
Const mid will go into tho bakery
Counterfeit OnnndinuhnU dol
lars, mndo in China, aro in circu
lation nt Vancouvor.
People who Boll nowspapors in
tho streots of Moscow aro com
pelled to appear in uniform.
Tho Cnll says that every inch
np ainnn rm nvanr unilinrr vacant
v - W U 1UVV V. J.J.J J1 ...Uf lUUUIi
- iiioauiug iur xjouuiuiu is uugnguu.
J -r7 flin Pnxifin M"n41 Sfnntnnliir
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a- ibiu i uuu uuui iiiu uimai uii
Monday with live clays' later
A mooting of tho Honolulu
Teachors' Association lias boon
culled for this uftornoou at tho
Y. M. 0. A. hall.
Tho band will play at tho Ha
waiian hotel thiB ovoning, com
mencing at 8 o'clock. Program
in another column.
Major G. 0. Pottor of tho For
eign Oifico delivered the official
pardon to ox-Queen Liliuokalani
The Australia brought down 200
bales of sugar bags from San
Quentiu puuitontiary, California,
whoro thoy aro manufactured by
Dr. James T. Wayson will re
sumo practico tomorrow at his
office, King and Bichards streots.
His hours aro given in a card
Notico is given by J. F. Brown,
Agent of Public Lauds, of an op
portunity to obtain homesteads
and right of purchaso leases and
cash freeholds in North and South
An estoomod follow - citizen
hopes to celebrate his GGth anni
versary on United States eloction
day. Congratulations are reserv
ed for that dute.
Queen Victoria is tho heroine
of an exciting drama, now being
acted in tho leading Siamese the
ater, in which she finally marries
tho King of Siam.
Captain Ernest Beuken has 3iis
pouded two members of tho
Mounted Patrol for sleeping while
on duty. Thoro will likely bo as
many vacancies to fill.
Tho Pacific Hardwaro Company
offer a first class luwu sprinkler
at a dollar and a half. Threo
dollars was asked for these
sprinklors a month ago by other
After the election thoro will bo
a postmortem, and then wo can
learn whether the Democrat
swallowed tho Populist or tho
Populist swallowed tho Democrat.
Tho funeral of Edith Augusta
Hewitt, eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hewitt, took place from
tho family residonco at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Tho interment
was at Nuuanu cemetery.
The morning paper says it will
bo a surpriso to tho peoplo of
Honolulu to know that tho U. S.
S. Adams is to go homo. It
would have been if tho Bulletin
had not made known tho fact four
John Cushingham, of tho Ho
nolulu Iron "Works, is to bo con
gratulated on attaining tho half
century mark in ago today. His
many friends wish him nothing
less than a duplication of his
years all filled with happiness.
Tho Examiner claims that tho
great bulk of tho German voto in
tho coming elecHon will go for
Bryan and freo silvoi in Bpito of
tho fact that out o 593 papers pub
lished in tho Gorman language in
the United States only oloveu ad
vocate Bryan and 1G to 1.
Charles Moltono tho barber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at tho Co'n
tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono is
an excellent wiolder of tho razor
aud bhears and carries his trade
with him. Peixoto has refurnish
ed his shop in handsomo stylo so
that it is now one of tho most at
tractive in town.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pantry than
Any Other Known Brand.
.Uk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Nothing was htxml ftom John
T. Brown by tho Australia, cither
directly or indirectly.
No decision hns been reached
on the potitiou for a licouBO to tho
proposed Waikiki hotol.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular Houso, 151 Fort Btreet,
from $1.00 per week up.
Varnishors aro putting tho fin
ishing touches on tho now store
of B. F. Elders & Co. on Bethel I
Ono of tho Hawaiian Tramways
Company's bus drivers was ar
rested this afternoon for. cruelty
Tho police discovered another
opium smoking den thiB after
noon aud arrested ono Chinaman
for smoking tho drug.
Fred Harrison was tho lowest
! bidder ou tho now Fisher build
ing on Fort street to bo occupied
by Popploton's bukory.
Tho quurtcrly meeting of tho
Y. W. O.T.U. will bo held at
Central Union church parlors at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
A very general desiro is ex
pressed for tho holding of a mock
election on Novoraber3d, tho same
as haB herotoforo been tho cus- '
Arrests mado today iucludo four
Chinese gamblers, a mothor and
sou for violating tho school laws I
and a Chinese for
opium in poB-
Tho grand concert by nativo
glee clubs for tho benefit of the
Knmoiliili church takes place t
tho drill shed on Saturday ovon-
inn. llnriitrvful wont a nf tlin Hnl.
i:r?- c; ;;
ii&tor xrug uo.
As Minister Cooper is going
away on official business as Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, ho will
bo accorded un official saluto of
nineteen guiiB by tho shoro bat
tery on his departure.
Thoro is much interest being
taken in the appointment of tho !
now judge for Hawaii. Some who !
claim to have insido kuowledgo
say it will bo Gardner K. Wilder,
l wiiiiu uuiuis iiiu uquuiiy uuriuiu ji
will be someone else. I
Cabin passengers in tho Aus-'
tralia on her down trip contri-
. buted a purso of several hundred
j dollars as a farewell tokon of es
teem for T. K. James, who loaves
' tho stoumcr on tho completion of
the rouuu trip at bun l'runcisco.
A most remarkable feat was re
cently performed by an athlete
named Tommy Burns of Loudon.
On a wagor he was to divo from
tho top of London bridge, and
I then run to Yarmouth, a distanco
of 128 miles, inside of twenty-four
hours. Ho mado tho dive, but was ,
immediately arrostod by tho po-
Hop. He was released ou bail, '
and started on his run. Ho won
tho wager by doing tho journey
in twenty three hours and forty i
miuutes. Bums has saved forty
threo lives. ' i
I'UArlo fur School Children.
A country store keeper sot out
for town to buy some coal oil, tak
ing with him a throo-gullou tin
and a five gallon tin. Ou tho way
ho met a coal oil peddler who had
an eight gallon tin full of coal oil.
Tho stoio keeper bought four gal
lons of coal oil from tho peddlor.
How did thoy measure?
Attention, Company G-.
Aiimoiiy Company G, N. (I. II.,
Honolulu, Octobor 2d, 1800. J
GEVEHY MEMBEK OP THIS COM
paiiy is hereby ordered to report
ut the Drill Shed, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, October 128, 1890. at
7:30 o'clook, for Prill.
JOHN M. KEA,
H4-lt Captain Commanding.
AT DRILL SHED
Saturday. Oct. 31st,
AT 7ao 1. BI.
BENEFIT FOR THE
Iamoiliili -:- Ghuuch
Tho Y. H. I. Gleo Club, Kara.
Alumni, Kawnihau Olub, itawnia
lino Sominary GirlB, and others
will take part.
Prof. Borgor, Conductor.
Admission, 50 cents. Reserved
Bos plan nt Hollistor Drug Co.
Highest o.' all n Ltrrinng Power. Latest U. S. Gov't lleport.
teas .a SJ
Where to get it.
Thoro are sovcral remedies for
thirst. "Water is nil right, but
how much plca--nntor is a glass of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate Ours is un agreeable
romedy. Wo guurnntvo a euro,
not u permanent cure, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leavo anything to
chance in proparing our pleasant
thirst romodios. Wo take the ut
lnost pains with every detail.
Wo wont skimp on material either.
We use fresh, ripe strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
Tho sumo with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is never used for our
fruit flavors. That's one reason
our flavors don't taste like tho com
mon sort you get ut other places.
Oct your thirst remedies of
Hobron Drug Co
"Cures talk" In favor tBCCB
of Hood's Sarsaparilla, Kj '
os for no other modi- tl '
cine. Its great cures recorded In truthful,
convincing language of grateful men and
womon, constitute) its moot effective ad
vertising. Many of thtBo cures aro mar
velous. Thoy have won tho conlldcnco of
tho people; havo given Hood's Sarsapa
rllla tho largest sales in tho world, nnd
havo mado necessary for its manufneturo
tho greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's
BarsaparlUals known by tho cures It has
mado cures of scrofula, salt rheum and
eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia
and weak nerves, cures of dyspepsia, liver
and kidney troubles, catarrh and malaria.
Such euros as This Provo Morlt.
" My little nephew was a plump and
healthy baby until a year and a half old,
then sores broko out behind his cars and
spread rapidly over his head, hands and
body. A physician said tho trouble was
scrofula humor in tho blood. Tho child
becamo ono comploto sore. Wo had to
restrain his hands to keep him from
scratching tho sores. Wo wcro induced
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and in a short
time he had moro llfo. Ho Improved rap
idly, his ckiu becamo entirely clear of
sores and ho is now a healthy child." MR3.
Fi.OEr.NCB Andrews, Clearfield, Iowa.
Is tho beit In fact the One True Blood I'uriflrr.
m,u r!ii curo liver Ills; c-uy to
rlOOU S FlllS UU;, easy to operate, ac.
Eobron Drag Go. Agents.
MRS. H. H. ZSAYE,
Successor to Mrs. A. St. McIH, 51J I' rt
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N". S. Sachs.
eaF Wedding Outfits and
Riding Habits a specialt'.
Plants for Sale.
Ohoico Variety of Crotoa Wants no well
an other nlHiits (or tinlo at tho residence of
J II. UOYD, Waikiki roaJ, opposite Sunny
South. 431. lw
A woman to tal.c care of n small child.
Apply at this Olllce. 441-41
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
OCTOBER 28, 189G.
BFfci . Ha
Hawaii is a glorious coun
try but tho soil nntl climate aro
against raising certain kinds of
fruits, so that except in certain
short seasons tho public must
eat tinned goods. Thoro are
many kinds of tinned goods to
suit many kinds of peoplo.
We pknse all
The "Hickmott's Signature
Brand" of tinned fruits in threo
pound cans aro 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. Thoy aro the most
delicious fruits imaginable.
Then we have cheaper grades,
Evorj'ono who oats enjoys
the small French Peas but
thoy cost money, somo people
havo a French Pea Pallet
and Marrowfat Purso. But
recently tho farmers of Cali
fornia have been growing
small peas equal to tho French
which we tell for a great deal
less money. You would imagine
they enmc from the suburbs
of Puree. Another elegant
I dish, and very cheap, is the
I French lied Kidney Beans,
iiijiy be c'sten hot or cold and
enjoyed either way. These
ure now here.
In syrups wo have Forest
Grove Brand of Maple, some
thing entirely now, elegant
and tho geiiuiuo article. We
have Green Mountain, known
to every yunkeo, and Fowler's
Log Cubm Brand in pint and
quurt bottles. Hot cakes or
wattles aro not good without
syrup. Tlioso 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 hoes
STRAW and PELT
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies1 Dress Goods
Of .tho LnteBt Stylos nnd nt
the Lowest Prices
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
13T Wo will lluy or Soli Heal Estate in
all parts of tho group.
tZV Wo will Soli Propottics ou Iteason
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
WASH LACES - :
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
set ,Fm I "V 3ES -m
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE TEfel
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TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fine Whito MubIIii in op )n
A great stock of
Valenciennes Laces .
EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
B" "Wo oxpect within ion tlnys
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is kuown to bo tfio
finest Corsot mado. . .
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.
Complimentary Bcnotit tondorod to tho
Gonzilcs Sisturs prior to thoir departure
NINA, tho Littlo Wonder.
BTLLLA, Contortionist Extraordinary.
NORA. MAIITIN, Doscriptivo Vocalist.
MASTER KARL, Disclaimer.
MILLIE KINGcIjEY, tho Spanish Dan
cer. LIZZIE HRANDON, the Skip-ropo Dan.
SIG. LEONARDO, Trapozian nnd Gym
nnt. JU1ES KULOLIA, the Hawaiian Won
don. WILFRED BURNS (retired circusmun)
has kindly volunteorud for this occasion
only, performing his TeatD of Btrongih and
brf ak away ladder net.
PROP. UERGER has generously ofTored
his Vdlttnulo berWccs nnd will discourse
all tho popular airs of tho day.
CHILE GONALE- will illustrate Japa
ucht, Chinese and Arabian Tumbling.
A host of other Volnntflora.
Cirringes may bo ordorod nt 10:15.
nJT" Tho bisters will visit you nil and
oiler their tickets for sale.
(508 Nuuanu Street.
Harry Klemnie, - - Prop.
The Bosb in
tlie "World - - -
Best of Liquors cif Wines.
EJw Our Sdoon is thoroughly renovated
nnifrefnrnlshed nnd wo trust that our
stock will ploaso every ttute.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
Tor Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses aenr Puunhott Collp;e,
containing from seven to nlno rooms, bath
room, halls, closoU, eto. New, modern
nnd convenient. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
' J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Entiuiutes t'ixen. Repairs aud nltcrn
tions mado. Work tfven pron pt attention.
1ST Telophoue 8M. 431-3n
WEEK ! .
- WASH LACES
work. Dotntiful Patterns,
n groat nnd now stool; o
F0i ETTLE, tf HINpOB.
The Nippon Yoscn Knislia Steamer
Will bo ilno nt this port on or
nbout WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
nnd will Bail tho following dny for
For freight or passage, npply to
Wm. G.Irwin & Co., Ld.
PEK S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
1 Double Seated Family
1 Large Black Horse,
sound and gontlo, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
Vr. O. PEACOCK.
Lu Nggy 'CUT
' .V $
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