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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 23, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Architect Itiploy lma returned
from 11 Hying trip to Maui.
The I'ruwloy Company'H Bccotid
weolc's bill will bo found iu this
t Specifications for the constrtic
tion of tlio pali road aro nearly
Thoro was a laryo alloudanco of
ladies and children at tho Frawley
matinee on Satuiday.
Senator H. 1. Baldwin iB in tho
city, having come over on tho
Mra. J. W. Prntt is seriously ill.
She is boing attonded by Dra.
Hqrbort and Waveon.
Koala is under arrest on a
charge of assault and battery pre
ferred by Maria Perry.
Two Ohiuoso chefa fiends woie
run in this morning, but bailed
out by their friends shortly after
wards. Judgo do la Vorgno is on tho
Biek list, consequently thero wiis
no session of the police couit
The loser of a laprobo Saturday
ovening can havo it on proof of
property aud paying for this
Seats for all tho performances
of tho Frawley Company this
week are now on sale at the Ilob
rou drug store.
The usual band concert will bo
given at Emma square this even
ing by tho Hawaiian baud, com
mencing at 7:oU.
Plans for tho new fire station
are being pushed to completion,
and a call for bids for its erection
will shortly bo issued.
It was not Bob Scott, tho popu
lar aclor, who loft by tho Austra
lia. Mr. Scott is goiug to play
iu "ThoEnsigu" nest Saturday
Miuibter King i at hoadquarters
again, and tho Interior Dopait
ment is again on a good footing,
as the chief is not lame after his
Don't Fohgkt UshorB T. V. Ii
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey over
importod to tho Islands is now ou
salo at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
Mr. and Mrs. Freuch, parents
of Dr. Fiench who manied Miss
Phonio King, haw taken tho Bow
ler roriidenco on King street for a
home in Honolulu.
Special attention is called by
N. S. Sachs to a big bargain in
silltB for ouo week, also to tho
giving away of solid silver hat
pins tho samo period.
Dr. B. F. Burgess, physician
and surgeon, can bo found at 446
Punchbowl or 143 Miller. Ho
has a card in this issue. Tho
doctor is a son of N. F. Burgess,
an old resident.
Stephen Smith of tho Honolulu
Iron Works, who is rocovoring
from a long aud serious attack of
fever, is about again. Ho leaves
on tho Warrimoo for Vancouver
to recuperate in a colder climate.
Tho Hawaiian baik Rosalie
is chartered to go to Victoria for
orders to load lumber for Gerald
ton, a mining town in "Westorn
Australia. CJaptain Nissen in
totals to sail tho luttor part of this
Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
and exclusive agents for Finney's
Hawaiian Diroctory. A Bupply
was delivered to them today.
Tooplo on ,tho other ielands who
wish a copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho above
Tho Methodist ladieB' fair will
bo contiuued at Rev. H. W.
Pock's residence, Borotania atroot,
ou Friday afternoon noxt. Ad
mission will bo free. If any
articles remain from the after
noon, tho fair will extond iuto tho
A Chiuaman was found dead iu
a house at tho corner of Fauahi
and Maunakea Btreets yesterday
nftornoon. Tho romairis wore
taken in chargo and buried un
der polico supervision, an iuqucst
boing deemed unnecessary. Tho
man had formerly boen in tho em
ploy of tho department as an in
former. DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
,h Your (hocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Bishop Roport returned from
Maui by yesterday's Bteamer.
The fato of many a Tuvkey is
trembling in the balauco this
"The Charity Ball" is tho at
traction at tho opera houso tomor
! Tho thonnometor registered G3
degrees at Kapiolaui park at doy
liglit this morning.
Thoro is no truth in tho rumor
that Professor Berger will resign
the leadership of tho Hawaiian
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davie, lately
of Koua, Hawaii, will leavo for
tho Coast by tho bark S. C.
I There will bo a special Thanks
giving sorvico at St. Audrow's
Cathedral for tho second Congre
gation. Tho beautiful weather of yester
day, combined with tho baud con
cert.drow a largt-r attendance than
over to the park.
William Larson's littlo son, who
was tun over by a dray on Friday
oveuiug, has bo far r 'covered as to
bo considered out of dauger.
Advices recoived by Theo. II.
Davies fe Co. aro to tho effect that
I tho Warrimoo will bo in from tho
j Colonics tonight,as she left ahead
I Tho Iloughtailiug liquor cases,
which aro before tho Circuit Court
on appeal, havo been mado tho
' special ordor for tomorrow morn
ing at 9:30.
! There is altogether too much
fiibt diiving on Borotania and
King streets and tho Waikikiroad,
not only on Suuday nftoruooiiB
j but ovory flay in tho week.
Three physiciaiiB from tho U.
S. S. Albatross and the French
Commissioner, Mons. Vossion,
woro among thoso who wont to
Molokai with tho Board of Health
J. P. P. Collaco, formerly with
tho Ilawaiiau hotel and lately
employed iu tho Custom House,
has opened up business as a com
mission agent, custom houso
broker, collector, etc. His office
is in the Woman's Exchango
building on Merchant street.
A Portuguese had his horso
killed and marrowly escaped tho
samo fate himself by running in
to Mis. W. II. Hoogs' carringo on
Saturday aftoruoou on Berotania
street. The mau was racing with
another horso ridden by a native.
Ho is in tho hospital suffering
fiom serious injuries. When ho
recovors ho will probably bo pro
secuted. Dr. Sloggott attended
him when ho was thrown.
Co. H. is called out for tho bat-
j talion drill.
j A parado of tho forces is to bo
hold on Thanksgiving morning.
Thero will b j drill of tho bpcoucI
battalion. N. G. H., this evening.
Co. B. will assemble for busi-
neso without uniform at 7:30
Co. D is summoned to battalion
j drill, ull exouses to bo mado to
JLlioro will bo a drill ot tlio
second battalion at tho armory
square this ovening at 7 o'clock.
Tho Hag signal corps of tho re
gular troops has gained such pro
iicioucy in drilling in tho Execu
tive grounds that it has begun
long distanco signaling. It has
practice now botweon the roof of
tho Exocutivo building and tho
summit of Punchbowl.
Al i:nimn Sqiiuro.
Tho following selections will bo
rendered ot Emma squaro this
ovoning by tho Hawaiiau band
under tho directiou ot Professor
Overture La Dame, Blanche Hollillvu
Duet 11 Trovntoro Vcrdl
llooliena, 1'ua Alanl, Nun 1 ka l'alitl.
MeJIoj On llro.idway llcrgtr
Wnltz-lUOI Nhrtit's by re dtrausa
Vntsia Tlio Cat's Konclczous by rcq.
Polka Nuuanu Valley berger
Mince and cranberry pies
mado by F. II. Singer, who has
for a nunibor of years beou tho
Eio maker for Swain, tho cele
rated San Francisco bakor. Send
in your ordors. Tolephono 872.
A delivery will bo mado Thursday
morning. Orders placed in ad
vanco will bo carofully attonded
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
llore is a nursing
boltlo tlint will
prove n comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
1. It has a valve
or air inlet in the
end of tho bottle
which admits air,
back of food, as fast
as food is drawn out,
ensy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. Tho r-K vnlvo does
is easily ad
pulled out by
o. JN o becre
tion is possible,
as thore nro no
angles or cor
ners in the
4. This nu
having an ope
ouch ond, can bo cafcily uud
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
the greatest impoitanoc.
Price, 2j cents, comploto.
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
DR. BERT. P. BURGESS,
.Physici an and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to Ida. m., 1:30 to
4 p. in., anrt 7 to 8 n. m, . . .
440 Punchbowl Mrntor 141! Miller Mr-el,
Honolulu, Oaliu. 4C0 If
Attention, Company B.
Aumohv Company- II, N. 0. H.,
Ho.nolui.u. XovuiuUr 2.1, 1SU0. J
Bkvkuy mi:mui:u of this com
manJ t tieicby oidered torciioitnt
tho I)i 111 flu-d, '1 HIS (Monday)
EVENING. Noxcmlier i I, IM, at 7:.
o'clock, for lliiilne.g .Mvelliic. No
K. A. JALOHSON.
400-lt Lluutuiiaut Coiiiiimiulliip.
Atteniion, Company D.
Akmory CoMrASv D, N. O. IT.,
Honolulu, Novcinbcr 23, 1890 J
Deveuy n:sincn OF THIS COM
maud is hart by ordered o rcpoit
at tho Drill Hlie.l, THIS (llondny)
KVENINCJ. N.jvembor '.M, 1800, i.t
7 o'clook Hlmrp, for riutt-illon Diill.
Blouse, Lepgius and While Tninfors. Ex
cuues miiHt bo made to headquarters diicct.
4G0-U Liouteimnt Cointu Hiding.
Attention, Company H.
Anjionv Company II. N O. H
lIosoLrLU, NoxembT'A 18'Jil.J"
HEVEUY MCMUr.U OK THIS COM
lunnil U hereby ordeiud to retwit
it tlio Drill Shed, THIS ( ifonday)
EVUNIXO, November 23, 1S0II, ut
7.30 o'clock, for ltatulion Drill.
T. 1). ilURHAY,
4G0 It Cnptain Commaudiug.
For Sale !
For the neit 30 davH I will offer for Halo
' my Ourkt) lVtii'U iu Ulan, Iluwnii. Tins
1'nuierty coimuw of 200 AcreH, all Hiuiublo
to tlio rulKiug of Coffee.
107 Acres nro dental and planted.
105 Act os to coffee containing SQ.OOO trees-
f2 Acros of which beiug jilantod noarly a
S3 Acres of which is more recently planted.
2 Acros is planted to lawn, garden nud
Tho DuildingH, 1 Dwelling Houbo, Japa
neEO Houso, Lihickou (loubo, Coru Iloase,
Cow Stable aud Pig I'eus.
S3 Tho Troporty is hilnatod at 18
miles on Yolotuo toad. A uod road lead
ing to tho i lace, title good and terms to suit.
4C0-lm Olaa, Hawaii.
Of Every Description
At T. B. Murray's Carriage
I have just opened my Now fibop nnd
nm prtpnied to suit my old and new
ning ut Va
Till: CH.M'.ITV III 1,1,
S) nopal of Hip IMny lo be I'roililccit
Tlio first act of the "Charity
Ball" presents Ann Cruder in
lovo with tho rector of a fashion
ablo Now Yoik church, John Van
Burou. Tho lattor loves Phyllis
Loe, who loves John's brother,
Dick yau Buren. Dick aspired to
financial supremacy, and although
ho loves riiyllis his worhlly
intorests lead him to cabt
her off am endeavor to win Ann.
Thoro is ovory moral reason why
ho should marry Phyllis. Tho
latter rovenls tho situation to
Ann, and, followed by her, rushes
to tho rectory. In a powerful
scono tho rector learns from tho
two that the woman of his heart is
being wrougod by his brother, aud
in a still moro powerful scono, in
which his mother and Bister aro
unconscious agents, ho brings his
brother to marry the girl. In the
last act tho rector discovers that
ho loves his frioud Ann, who has
been his confidant and good angel
Ninety-Two ArrolN ninilo on Sntnr
lny and Humliif.
In the 3G hours ending at mid
night tho polico arrested in all 92
persons. Of those 88 havo beon
charged with specific offenses and
5 aro hold for investigation. In
cluded in tho list aro about thirty
mon arrested Saturday night at
tho billiurd saloon carried ou by
A. Howe on Hotol strcot, near
Nuuanu. Thoy aio charged with
being present whilo a gam
bling garuo known ns Monto
Carlo pool was boing carried on.
They woro released on S5 bail
each, Mr. Howe having to'put up
8:250 as the proprietor of tho
Of tho others gathered in by
tho police diagnot thore was ono
curio of distilling okolohao, ono
deserter from tho Aldeii Bopso,
oight drunks, about thirty
Ohiucso domino gamblers, six
others for opium in possession,
sovon moro for violatiug tho Sun
day law, ono for selling liquor
and ono for bribery.
X.VIIVK SAILOIl JIIIKT.
Fell Vrom Hid Drc-li of tho I.lkc
lllio to tlio .lli-liin llnllirny.
Late on Saturday night Patrol
man McKonguo fort ml Joo Mai, a
Bailor ou the Likolilto, which was
on tho Marino Kail way for ro
pnirs, lying unconscious by tho
sido of tho vcssol. Ho had him
removed to tho hospital, whoro it
was found that ho had a broken
arm, bosidos having broken ouo
of his legs iu two pluccs. Joo
wasdiunk and whilo wandering
about tho deck of tho vessel iu
that stato fell overboard to tho
TIiiiiiIikI1iik Sort Ice.
Thero will bo a Bpecial Thanks
giving sorvico of tho second con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Thursday morning at 10
o'clook. Tho olt'ertory will bo
dovotod to tho Society for Propa
gation of tho Gospol in Foreign
Lands. Special music will bo
rondorod by tho choir, tho solo in
tho anthem to bo sung by Miss
McGrow. Following is tho pro
gram: To Deum in E flat . . . .Woodward
Jubilate in F Taylor
Anthem Sing, O Ileavons ..Hall
Sermon.. . .Itcv. Alex. Mnckiutosh
Hymn Now Thank Wo All
Hymn Wo Plough tho Fields
Harvest Thanksgiving March.
And healthy bodios avo a fovtuuo
within themsolves. Money can't
buy them, thieves can't steal
them, but haviug them, all can
prosorvo thorn, by drinking
Bainior Beor. It's browod of
finest hops aud malt and is abso
lutely pure. m On tap or iu bottlos
at the Criterion Saloon.
SPECIAL ATTENTION . .
jg THIS WEEK qSS
N. S. SACHS'
030 Fort SU-oet.
A Big Bargain m Silks!
Pare Silks in A.11 Sliodcs and Colore, suit
able) for Dress Wear or Fanov "Work,
FOR 35 CENTS A YARD.
This special reduction is
Positively For One Week
W Solid Silver Hat ?
Will be Given Away.
No. 10 Store
Hugs! Iugs! Hugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
Cy All Just Received at
Offer this week a fino lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
as useful Christmas Pro
sents and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
ALL THE UANKItOPT STOCK 01
Goldstouo lSrux. ot Portland, Ore
gon, has beon Purchased by
Tho Stock consists of Men's Llslit-WoiRM
' CoatB uud Vests, in KIzch from .13 to
00, Former noo, $J f0 to 10. I Will
Sell Them from $1 25 to $5, in
Mohair, Camel's JInIr and Flannel.
Also a Limited Nmnhor of Boy's Coits nnd
Vesta nt 31.G0, nnd Children's Bulls
from 4 to 15 Voars of Ago, from $2 to
Goods Will bo Placed on Salo Saturday.
Nov. 21 t, and Will Continuo Until
They Have Ileon Sold Out.
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlGy BlOCt
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
Ofhck: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J, O. Curtei' office. V. O,
J. I. WATERHOUSE
A ship load of Agateware
would be a big lot for ono
store even iu tho United
States; it's a big lot for Uono
lulu and more than we receiv
ed, but what we did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho people if thoy saw
all tho articles in ono pilo.
Our stock cf Agateware is
selected from ''Firsts" not
"Seconds;" the quality is the
best that can bo made and we
sell it at tho piece you used to
pay for tho second quality.
This means a saving of 38$
per cent, becauso the life of n
first-class price of Agate to
is a third li..ig.ir than onoof
tho second class.
When buying for tho holi
day season thoro is more
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
uhina and thero is nothing
more beautiful than a sot of
Haviland. Wo have a com
plete stock of this ware and
sell it in full sets or singlo
pieces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
nlates or a course set you can
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tame Geese; Teal,
Mallard and Spring Ducks,
Chickens, Loins and
Ribs of Pork,
Pork Tenderloins and
Metropolitan' Meat Co.
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