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EVENJ-NO BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 17, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A. U. Wood in Ifonio ngiiin.
J. A. Fnriii, tailor, lrns n curd in
The Australia brought 93 cnbin
passotigors this trip.
Hon. P. 0. Jones and wife re
turned by the Australia this
A fino horse and two perform
ing bears wore- brought in the
G. P. Denison of tho Oahu
Eailway is back from a vacation
trip'to tho States.
Wildor'fl Steamship Company
will hold its annual meetiug at 10
Chas. J. Fishpl, formerly ap
praiser in tho Custom House, is
back again from the Coast.
J. S. Muirhead, ougiueor of (ho
AVainaku plantation, is home again
after a visit to auid Scotia.
Tho Hawaiian National Band
has been engaged to play for tho
wedding of Miss Widemanu nnd
Attention of Odd Fellows is
directed to tho notice of special
meeting of Harmony Lodge to
Among tho arrivals on tho
steamer today wero a company of
Italian strolling musicians and
8omo dancing bears.
Prominent business men in tho
Australia's passenjior list woro J.
A. iloppor with Mrs. Hopper, o
W. Ledoror and S. B. Rose.
Mr. Frederick Yates, wife
tho woll known artist now so-1
iourniuir hero, and child woro .
naB8onpnrn bv tho AiiHlrnlin.
t i? t:h:.. i i ,
to tako ex Secretary Foster and
his wifo and a party of friends to
Pearl Harbor this afternoon.
Chief Steward Tlios K. Jnmes
of tho Australia is still on deck,
tho gentleman who was to rolievo
him not being ready this trip.
Mrs. W. J. Lowrio and Wnltor
A. Lowrie returned by this morn
ing's steamer. Mr. VV. J. Lowrio
is not expected until next month.
No civil judgments have been
recorded in tho District Court for
eightulays past, somotlung which
has not happoned in moro than
. ... ....
Thero was a good deal of quick
bottiug on tho result of tho elec
tion yestorday, 5 to 1 being freely
olfored and taken that McKiuley
Tho government officials who
returned on tho Australia woro
"W. G. Ashley of the Finance of
fice and Superintendent Brown of
tho Wator Works.
Don't Foiiget Ushers T. V. F.
"Ihe Very Finest" whiskey over
imported to tho Islands is now on ' About midnight ono of tho moin
salo nl tho Eoyal Annex. It's I hers of tho family biiw the woman
Scotch and it's Al.
Among returning tourists re
siding on tho other islands by
today's steamer, wero A. Dreior
and family, Jas. It. Rentoc, and
S. W. Wilcox aud wife.
O. A. Brown, who has boon
touring tho Statos for several
months past, and incidentally
picking up information ou Board
of Health matters, returned today.
Mr.Jayasuraya has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trado. Many handsome articles
a.o ou oxhibitiou at his store, 118
J. J. Williams has a couple of
enlarged photographs of Chinoso
and Japaneso laborers on exhibi
tion at tho Experiment Station to
show thoir advautago for identifi
TIub is the first tirao, in four
presidential elections, that tho
main result was not brought by a
stoamor of tho Oceanic Lino. Tho
two previous times tho" news ar
rived on Sunday in 1888 along
with tho famoiiB Chicago basoball j
team voyaging to Australia.
Tho fifty-threo Japanoso "stu
dents," who havo been ordered
returned to their own country for
not being possessed of tho neces
sary $50 each, woro marched to and
from the courthouso this morning,
guarded by policemen ob closely
as if thoy woro revolutionists.
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Oilier Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It,
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
inn is vory
nip toy notice
Tho American Leaguo
tonight at tho usual hour.
I Sugar is up to 3jthB an ad
vance of gtliB since lust report.
E. Faxon Bishop of C. lirower
it Co., Ltd., i'b homo from tho
C. W. Macfarlano advertises
Thanksgiving turkeys, prime, fat
' and juicy.
Tho Hawaiian National Baud,
) numbering 22 men, returned on
' tho Australia today.
Tho American League has its
' big ilag Hying today in honor of
I MoKinioy's election.
I Tho meeting of tho Amorican
, League advertised for touight is
1 postponed until Thursday even
ing at 7:30, when everybody is in
f Complaint is heard from Pain
ma, and not by "missionaries"
either, of boys playing near tho
Jones chapel while worship is bo- I
I ing conducted therein. Not only
' playing, but using foul language.
xt is asKed tunt tho polico tako
It has been decided by tho
Cii.'.i. ri'i.:..ii.. ni..i. i h..j
uuuuiaii j iiibuu umu 10 cuiuunuu
St. Andrew's Day, November 30,
, ny n social, xno club has ust
I raised enough by subscription to
keen ils rondinc room mmnliod
with clioice magazines and pnpers
for the oriBiiiug year. ,
In tho polico court today three !
natives wno pieaaoa guilty ot soil-
!" swipes had their sentences
suspended, three Chinese gam
biers wero lined B10 each and two
,1-.,.,1. '!. ... 1 l tT l
'drunks tho usual amounts. Kane
for assault and batturv xvas ihiml
15 and Kahalenohoami S12 for a
IIACK1IUIVI.U IMI!M IIi;aI.
I'lTiillxr 'lrf-itiii(niice Which I.oil lu
llio 1 illi l Duiilul Am'hmwu.
Last ovening about 8 o'clock
Daniel Awaawa, age"d about 28, a
native hackdriver in tho employ I
ot Gus Schumann, drove out to his J
fathor's residence on Punchbowl, '
"Pr io lantaius road, un on- i
toring tho yard he jumped out of !
ii ni .i i
I tho hack and with a bottle of :
! whisky in his hand eutorod the
house, asking his father to tako
a driuk, which was declined. His
father asked him if ho was not co-
. ing to Blay und ho answored no, I
I that ho had a white girl in tho '
j hack with him. Ho wont to his i
room and gathered up somo bod- '
ding and carried it out under a
! big kiawo troo in tho yard. I
, Hero he was joined by tho
1 white girl and thoy spent tho
evening together under tho treo
lying several loot away from tho
! man, and asked what was the mat
! tor. Tho reply was that Daniol
' was drunk and had rolled off.
1 Together thoy put him back, ou
j tho bed.
At 5:30 this inoruiug, tho wo
' man woke tho family up, Btating
I that Awaawa was dead. This
was found to bo -o, but tho po
lice wore not notified till 7:30.
Cuptain Parker at onco wont out
with the polico wagon and had
tho dead man removed to tho
polico station. He found that
tho woman had loft about C
o'clock. In searching tho place
tho bottle was found, but only a
little whisky romained in it. Tho
captain thou made a search for
tho woman. Ho visited every
placo frequented by women of her
class and about 10 o'clock found
tho ono ho was looking for in bed
in a cortain houso. Ho woko her
up, told her she was undor arrest
and what for. Tho woman ad
mitted that sho was tho ono want
ed hut made no stalemont con
cerning tho affair. Sho wan taken
to tho polico station and is booked
under tho head of "Held for In
Tho woman is quito good-looking,
with short blondo hair and is
about 26 years old. Her true namo
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock em
paneled a coroner's jury at 10:30,
which viewed tho body, and tho
inquest was then postponed until
10:30 tomorrow to allow of a
medical examination being made
of tho body.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S.,
office Cottngo No. 100,
atroet, telephone No. G15.
hours U A.m. tod p.m.
A judicial ban
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
m m wk M fcd &
wMl sl KlfTOP
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove a comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
1. Ithnsn valve
or air inlot
end of the
which admits nir,
back of food, m fast
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nin-
plo to cdlnpse, thus pruvontinir
I . . 1 . i O
is easily ad
uui, iuuk, -
justed, but v
pulled out by
,l0n is possible,
ns thero aro no
nnS!cs .or co''
having an oneninir at
each end, can bo easilv
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
tho greatest importance
Price, 2.") cents, complete.
HOBIION DRUG CO., Agents.
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
J. A. FABIA,
200 Klin; Stri-ct.
Manila; anil Itcunlrlni'.
S CJITS TO ORDE R
to Kit mid
Pef Olvo mo a call.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3,
I. O. O. P.
There will bo a Spocinl McolhiRof Ilnriuouy
LoiIkc, No. 3, I O. O F . nt tbolr Hull, on
KiiiB street, WEDNESDAY EVENING.
Nov. 18, 1800, at 7:30 o'clock. Imnprtaut
buslneBS. Membora ol Excelsior Lodge,
No. 1, 1. O. O. F. nnd all viRltinc brethren
nro fraternally invited, Por order.
0. T HODQKHS, N. G.
Gko. A. Tuiinmi, P. G., Secretary.
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Annual Sleeting of Wilder' Stoaru
shin Coiniuuiy, Limited, called for Mon
day, Nov. lOtti, at 10 o'clock a. m., Is
postponed until Wedntsdiiy, Nov. 18th, at
10 o clock a. m,
WM. G. BRASH,
Secretary pro. torn.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1890. 457-51
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Shareholders
of the Kwa Plantation Company will be
hold ou the 10th int , nt 10 o clock a. m.,
at the office of Castle .t Cooke, L'd.
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Ewa Plantation Co.
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. 11, 1890. 457-Gt
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
riir flit- oir ai iiuirai.i."
Tho title of this wollknown
Bong as well as tho song itself
omanated from tho brain of an
employo of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That ohterprising linn,
believing that a man who could
composo so catchy au air must
have a largo and woll balanced
brain, straightway raised his sala
ry. This has proven to be a good
move on their nart as is testified
I "V t"? excellent cptalities of th.'ir
l)Gt3r wn,cn ls uisponsod over tho
bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and lloyal saloons at tho rate of
two glasses for 2oa. It is always
fresh nml cold and lifo-Bustaitiing.
Or you can get one glass ot Buf
falo nnd ono of Pabst boor, tho
fino product of tho Milwaukeo
brewery. Exchangeable chocks
good at all tho above-mentioned
resorts arc given in change if you
only want ono drink. "Best beer
evor in Honolulu," is tho verdict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. Jndi; "iitl Jury.
Tho jury in tho caso of L. II.
Deo vs. J. F. Morgan rondored a
verdict for tho plaintiff, aud on
motion of defendant's counsel tho
Court ordered judgmout outored
for defendant non obstanto voro
dicto. llopublic vs. Arthur Fitzgorald,
assault with intent to kill. Tho
jury finds tho defendant guilty as
charged, recommouding him to
the mercy of tho Court, throo
Republic vs. Parsons, felonious
assault upon a fomalo undor ago.
On trial by a foreign jury.
Thp Japanese habeas corpus caso
was still on at noon.
Charles Molteno tho harbor is
now with Mr. Peixolo at tho Cen
tral bather shop. Mr. Moltono in
an excellent wieldor of tho razor
and shears and carries his trado
with him. Peixoto has refurnish
ed his shop in handsomo style bo
that it is now oilo of tho most at
tractive in town.
Election of Officers.
Atamoetfngof tho Chinese Hos
pital hold this day at tho United
Chinese Society's Hull, tho fol
lowing porBons were oleoted to
serve for tho oneuiug year:
President Chu Gem.
Vice do. . . . Wong AVa Foy.
Secretary Lam T. Chin.
Asst. do Heo Jackson.
Treasuror Houg Quon.
Asst. do LoDonKwai.
Trustees Goo Kim, AVong
Kwai, L. Ahlo, C. Wninam, Chang
Din Sing, Lum Mun Tai, Li
Cheung, Ho Pon, Woo Siting,
Lum Kara Chin, Chang Tai,
T. Kat Poo, Chang Kim, Wong
Chow, Lam Tai, L. Akau, Wong
Leoug, Won Yam Nam, Yan Ki
Ngim, Young Kwong Hung,
Chong Jack Quon, Ng Chan,
Young In, Leo Fook Clio.
LAM T. CHIN,
Secretary O. H.
Honolulu; Nov. 11, 1S0G.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is hereby given that I
havo revoked and annulled all
powerB of whatsoever nature,
heretofore conferred upon A. Rosa
by me, and undor which ho has
assumed tho management of my
property and tho collection of
monoys duo me. Parties paying
mouoy to said Rosa for my account
will do so nt thoir peril.
WILLIAM M. MAHUKA.
Election of Officers
At tho Annual Meeting of the Union
reod Co., IA1, held on 1'ndny, tho 13!h
inst., tho following Officers who ilucti-ri
for tho ensuing year:
E. C. Macfarlano President,
V. F. Mleu Vice-President,
F. W. Macfarlano
Manager and Treamiror,
F. Klanip. . . Auditor,
F. It. Vidii Secretary.
F. II. VIDA.
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Block rear of J. O. Cf.rto' office, V. O.
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