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51 Ever?ii?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
I'HIDAY, NOV. (5, 139G.
A npnftiriii. mnn warmly en
dorsed tho position tnkou by this
pnpar ou tho proposal to intro
duoo Armenians for contract ln
bor n u l subsequent sottlomont.
Ho Iwul raado six voyages to tlio
Armouinn country and saw enough
of tlio peoplo to miiko him consid
er their absence good company.
Thoir lowor cla9803 aro very bad.
It is as much hb one's life is
worth to speak contrary to
somo of them, so nady aio thoy
with the kuifo Peddling is a
favorite occupation with them, and
peripatetic traders are fiequontly
met with thoir pookots full of
jowolry for sale. Armenians form
a In i go proportion of tho tough
papulation along tho Danube.
Much more did this infotmaut re
lato of tho habits of that ppople,
which would mako tho most stub
born faddist paufo before urging
their introduction into Hawaii,
with its already too mixed a po
pulation. RoHpi'd ought to be compelled
foi tho sleeping grounds of tho
dead. Tho unexaggorated nc
couut olspwhoio of tho habitual
trospnssiug in Mulciki cemetory
reveals to the public a disgraceful
statu of affairs.
It is with great satisfaction that
tho Bulletin is enabled to report
that a sewerage system for llono
lulu is practically in hand with "
prospect of early realization.
Armenian letugoos aro allowed
to land in the United States,
where thoy can bo looked after
butter than in tliepo islands.
! ii.Bys msoitu'riox.
IIch iril ol Illl) Unllnin illorril lor
Tho following description of
Patrick Culleu with tho offer of a
$50 reward for his capturo has
been posted up by Doputy-Mar-shnl
IWAI'KI) FIIOM OAIIU P1US0N,
November 3, 1890, About 5 l. M.
PATitirK Oullhn, born at Wai
nhole, Oahu, a hair caste, but skin
very white, liko a foreigner, black
hair, guy eyes, 5 feot 9J iuchesin
height, married, 28 yeais of ago;
convicted of Manslaughter, Thud
Decree, befoio Circuit Court, First
Distiicr, 13th day of May, 1895.
Pull "build, rawbotio, weighs 150
pounds, stands orect, thin, squaro
lace; high forehead, sunken
cheeks,prominent cheek bones.mo
dium sharp nose, largo mouth,
good, sound tenth; medium-sized
eiis, large, broad chin; thick
nuvk, low, coaiso voice; speaks
rapidly, jovial temperament, boy
ish ways, small lump on right
arm, small scar on right instep;
also, one on left instop; walks
with swingiug gait and takes long
Btridos; left arm and hand crip
pled, being shot t and shrivolled;
carries crippled hand concealed in
pants pockot and sometimes con-
coals humo by loklnig Jus urms
when augured, very dospornto.
Beared shaved oft? at time of
oso.ipo; piobably mustaoho, too.
Pifty Dollars Howard for his
II. R. IIitoiicook,
ArcMcut at IMnknwrll
On Wcdnosday morning early
at Mokaweli plantation ono of tho
small dugines jumped tho tiack at
what is known as tho Horseshoe
Curve and turned completoly
ovor. Of thoso riding ou tho eu
gino 11. Nuun, tlio engineer, os
capod with a few bruises; V. Hor
innnaou, tho fireman, was out
about tho head and J. Ogilvic, as
sistant head luna, was severely
Hoatchod. A brakeman alBO re
ceived a out ou tho wrist. Alto
gether tho' mon had a vory narrow
Tho ongino was soon righted
nud tho track ropaired. Tho aooi
dent was caused by tho recent
heavy rains which caused tho
traok to settle.
noiitD or i.diioaiiox.
Tun WM'liH' lllMlilPt" llnliliod 1
At tho postponed meeting of
tho Board of Education yester
day afternoon thoso in attondaiico
woro W. O. Smith, president ad
interim, Mcsdiimcs Dillingham
and Jordan, Professor Alexandor
and Deputy Inspector Scott.
Professor Alexander reported
having mado arrangomonts to se
cure about au aero and a half of
land nt Poarl City for school pur
poses, but owing to the doath of
tho owner they could not bo con
summated. Referred to a com
mittee. Mr. Scott reported that Mrs.
Dumas of tho High School still
refused to accopt tho salary voted
her and Misa Alice Smith was
thereupon appointed to the posi
tion for the remainder of tho term.
R. Law was appointed to fill Miss
Smith's present position.
Deputy Inspector Scott also 10
ported that tlio Wainiha school on
Kauai had been offered to Mr.
Shanks but ho had declined to
tnko it, whoieupou tho Board fjivo
tho place to Miss McCord.
Applications for positions as
teachers wero read from Miss
Adeline M. Loohr of California,
Vivian Smith of "Waiawa, Joseph
Kealalio ot Pahoehoo and Misa
Stainson of California. Refened
to the Committee ou Teachois.
Mr. Scott reported that niFniis
nt tho Reform School woro pro
gressing satisfactorily and tho
present toachors doing good work.
oiKit iioiisi: i'i;mmi.
Continued from Jtt I'utje.
that she never sang better. That
is saying a groat deal to those who
have oftou beon charmed by her
vocalism. Mrs.Dimond also sang
and acted at her very best. Her
makeup will bo a revelation in ar
tistic character costuming. Mr.
Mouteaglo, tho leading gen
tloman soloist, is going to mako
his mark high again on this occa
sion. Pi of. Bergor's orchestra is go
ing to givo an account of itself
which will add to the lonown of
that veteran director. It may be
added that the ncouBtio properties
of tho theater are excellent in a
high dogree. Even in the empty
liousn last night tho words of solos
and duets woro distinctly heard
both ou tho main floor and in tho
Aftor the rehearsal Mr. Irwin
treated tho compauy nnd orches
tra to refreshments. Mr. Irwin,
Mrs. Turner and tho now opera
houso woro toasted and loudly
At tho opening performance the
proprietor's box will bo occupied
by Presidout and Mrs. Dole,
Sonhor Cauavarro, Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Irwin aud Major Pottor,
aidpcamp to the Presidout. Tha
opposite box has beon taken by
Mrs. Samuel G. Wilder.
i.tiiNi:.i' mm i a it v i:scim:iic.
Cumin;; tn Honolulu in Ir(iri IMiiiin
for i NcitcrHKO Mitoni.
P. S. Dodge, of tho Government
Survey, recoived a lottor by a late
mail from Rudolph Hering, the
ominent Banitary ongiceer of Now
York, Baying that ho would arrivo
at Honolulu early in November.
Mr. Hering is coming hero, not
to roport on a feasible seweiage
system merely, but to prepare tho
plnns of such upon which tin 0w
erumont will bo enabled to let the
contract for the work. Ho is au
export in sanitary engineering,
whose writings on that subject
have boon familiar to tho public
for many years.
Dr. C. B. High, dontist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
lege, 1892. Masonic Temple.
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral for
coughs and coUIb 50 cents a
bottle at Uollistor Di ug Co.'s.
Tho Platinotypo Pictures by
Mr. Hons'haw at the Pacific Hard
ware Co. aro tho finest oxampleb
of photographic art ovor seen in
I Honolulu. Just tho thing to oend
J away to your fiionds.
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I Tho bark Dimond brought
down two fine Polled Angus bulls
and two hoifors for Win. G.
Irwin. Thoy aro to bo sent to tho
i Lauai lanch toinonow. In tho
meantime- thoy can bo aeon at Mr.
Irwin's Btables in town.
ijfcfcuWftTufM'KiXt ! 'Mr
I imeiy opie
ENAiWELED IRON PORTA
BLE BATH TUBS
There is a certain highly
respected citizen of Honolulu
who has a fondness for rice
pudding. He has indulged
this fondness to such an in
ordinate degree that he has for
years indulged in a cold rice
pudding upon his return home
from his .lodge. When he was
going to be out more than
usually late he would tell his
good wife and the cold pud
ding was always left on the
sideboard for him. The other
night he was kept out later
than usual at a Ahsonic ban
quet, but on returning home,
in the dim light left burning
low, he spied his favorite dish
and ate the contents. The
next morning his wife missed
seven lace collars she had left
in the starch over night, and
she is now threatening to sue
for limited divorce, not be
cause ot the loss of her collars
but because her husband says
that they tasted juSt like her
best puddings. However, the
husband has made his peace
with his better half and there
will be no divorce, unlesss it
The way he did it was to
go to the Hawaiian Hardware
Company's store and order
one of their recently imported
Enameled Iron Portable
Bath Tubs sent home. His
good wife was so pleased that
she forgave him on the spot.
These bath tubs must be seen
to be appreciated. They are
the handsomest yet put on the
market and they are not very
expensive. Being raised from
the floor on legs like a stove
no moisture can accumulate
underneath to attract cock
roaches and beetles. These
tubs are provided with hand
some nickel-plated fittings.
To go with them we have
imported specially some nickel
plated double bath cocks for
hot and cold water with com
bination soap trays. The
beauty of this novelty is that
the hot and cold water runs
out of the same faucet, either
separately or together, and
there is no danger of scalding
your toes as so often happens
in turning on the hot water
Call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO 307 "FORT STREET.
NOVEMBER 0, 1890.
that we are prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
j on Cauls, Wedding and Society
g Stationery; Announcements,
Also. Fine Monorrrom Em-
1 bossing, AddrosB Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind we soil.
We are selling Walthntns
in a dust proof case for
nnd fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as high as 200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feol the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
I H. P. Wichman
To bo given in Complimont to nnd for tho
Bonelit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
. . Opera House
Upon the Opening Evening,
Saturday, Nov. 7th,
Will 1)0 piesonted tho Grant! Oporn of
15y Atnitoui, unilor tho direction of lift
wuli'u l'tunii Donnn,
AI$ JM$ RJOllTUE.
On tho following TUK8DW EVCXING,
Nov. 10th. will l) pri-Hon'ed tho De
lightful l'lny, entitled
Uudor tho diroctoi-Hh'p of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On THUltSDAY EVENING, Noeniborl2,
A Grand Concert
Will he givon by tho Rest inateur
Tulent of this City.
57" Tlio Orchestra will he under tlieUirtc
lion nl 1'rofirtHiir llerjicr.
4"'1Ik letelpls ol tlieno prrfcumiiiico-t
lia"u liccu geiienmsh donated bj tlio Indies
and gimtliuieu taking put in lliu pufbrm
uiKca for tho purpou of anslstlni; in furnish
lnj! I lie uluge.
IS?" Box I'luiiit will he open at Wall,
NIUioIb it Co 's Store, King Ktn.U, on ThurB
day, tlio l.'itli Inst , tit 10 o'clock a m., when
teats can be Beiuied for any or all of the ptr
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner.
Can Furnish tho Best
OfAoe, Tort street, opposite Cnthoho School.
Tolephono 23 J, 442 uud t!)0.
ESS" Orders promptly ntlonded to.
MISS CHARLOTTE H, PARMELEE
Is now piopaiod to tnko n limited num.
f ltosidenco: 220 Eeretnnlft htreet,
opposite Hotel gutis, US 1m
riMnxvftnrw'- t ant
That's all wo have to talk about. Wo have Sporting
Shoes made by specialists; Dress Shoos, Slippers and
Boots for Laoies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes that fit mako pretty feet, all we need care for
is to keep at tho head of the procession and this wo
aro doing most magnificently by selling us good
shoes as any body else, and selling the in for the most
part at lowor prices than tho other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Sho
P" Exclusive Shoe Dealers "3
Li you nro Uiinkiug of gotting n
Bicycle, now is tlio timo to got
ono wliilo thoy last. This offer of
It.uini.Ens at $75.00 is not a cut in
piico, ho don't wait expecting to
soo tho price como iiuy lowor. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheolB nt this J
prico nnd thoro nro but a low loft.
This wheol is fitted with tho
Groat C. Ac .T. Tive
which hns proven bo satisfactory
in this laud of tho
"Wo niso hnvo a stock of tho 1896
wheels botli Indies nud gents which
wo nro offering nt a low figure nud
on cny tonus. Como in uud hnvo
n look nt our whools nnd sntisfy
yoursolf that we nro in the Bicycle
A n Investment
Stop and think how mauy Nick
lcs nnd Dimes you might snvo
had you n wheol. A rido to Wni-
lfihi la lint nnlv n nlnnniirn linf. n.
Buro Biivingof lipnltlmndstrongth.
You will Uud now vigor by thouso
of muscles novor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT L4ST AND DON'T COST YOD
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will lenvo at 9:15 a. ji,
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in How
lulu nt 3:11 nud 5:55 r. M.
HOUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Claes 2d Class
Poail City $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Wninnao 1 50
The holidays are approach
ing at the rate of a day every
twenty-four hours; nnd this is
the month when children fix
thoir attention on literature in
which Santa Claus takes a
leading part, and wives and
daughters allow theirs to
dwell on the old gentleman's
purse. An old lady was once
asked tho ago when girls gave
up playing with doll aud the
answer came back, "When
they have children of their
own." So it is about Santa
Claus; children givo him up
as the mythical when they nro
old enough to realize a flesh
and blood Santa Claus in their
father. Tf it happens to be a
girl she will cling to tho old
gentleman until she happens
to win a Santa Claus who
will bo her individual property.
It is with the&o flesh and
blood Santa Clauses that wo
wish to whisper. On tho
Australia which arrived last
week, there wi-re several lnr'o
cases of solid silver waro for
us. Iu turn wo will dispose
of it to Santa Claus. Wo will
have no difficulty in doing this
'as tho assortment is from four
,. . , , , , ,
ot tno Ingest antl l)est factories
in tho United States.
will have an opportunity to
view tho goods later.
Von Holt Building.
Of San Francisco.
Tho iinderaignort has resigned the active
maniigenieut of tho busiuoss iu Honolnlu
of tho above named oompuuy, but will re
tain n considerable interest in its continuod
prosperity. Aud thereforo, while thanking
his fnends and customers generally for
their kind patronngu in tho past, earnestly
hopes that the biibiutbs will be bestowod
on his successors, Messrs. Bishop is Co.,
who have boen commissioned aB agents to
tako efl'eot today.
, JOHN II. PATV.
Ilonolulu, 15th Ootobor, 1890.
lloforring to the aboe, notico Ib hereby
given that wo havo this day assumod tho
agency foi the Hawaiian Islands of the
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO.,
BISHOP & CO., Aflents.
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