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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mrs. Dr. WnlfwB o Liliuo is iu
Bittul conceit nt Em in a Squnro
litis ovoning at 7:30.
Tho Deputy Attorney Gonorul
returned from Muni yewtorday.
Tho Wnll, Niehols Compnuy's
Btoro will bo open every evening
Thoro wns big nudionco nt tlio
nmtiueo on Sntimlny in Bpito o
the bad weather.
0. A. Brown onlerhuncd tho
mombors of tho Frawley Cotnpauy
nt Ewa yoatorday.
Bishop Willis has returned
from Luliaiim where ho went to
oflloiato nta woddiny.
Tho arrival of tho Mount Lo-
'bnnou will ond tho snueity of sec-
A i i i! i.:i. i I.
, ,w omi ginni' iiiuii, wiiiuu una no
'v tftincd for some time past.
There will lo a uieetiui' of tho
S Woman's Mould of MiBrtiomt, nt
tho Continl Union Church to
morrow, Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m.
Tho new Iutor-Ibland steamship
may bo looked for at any minute;
also the U. S. S. Aim t. Both ves
Bols will probably biiug n mail.
Tho following scores woro mndo
in tho legimental shoot on Satur
day for tho Marlin rifle: Company
P. '105, B. '10'2, E. UOS, G. 381), D.
Dress Bilks, novelties in worsted
dress goods, silk waist patterns,
now jots, collarettes and bolts, aro
now displayed at N. S. Sachs'
A ninu ond two women weie
initiated into the Chustinu church
by immersion last night. Puslor
Monroe preached a sermon on
baptitin for tho occasion.
Superintendent Brown visited
tho Nuunnu reservoirs this morn
ing nnd found eleven foot of
water. When ho returned from
1he Coast there was barely six
Consul Geuoial Mills has sot
tied the trouble with tho unruly
snilor on tho burk C. D. Bryant
by shipping him oil on tho S. 0.
Allen, Captain Lee is very glad to
get him oil his hands.
Mrs. George E. Boitidmau calls
tho attention of tho puhlio to her
nnnnal display of articles suitablo
for holiday gifts, which is now
ready for inspection at hor resi
dence, Luiinlilo sticul.
Tho condition of tho Palama
rond is simply fiightf ill. From
the Chinese theutor to tho hill it
is a sea of mud, in placos neatly
two foot deop. Who is responsi
ble for this stato of affairs?
Nearly 8250 was collected for
tho now diocesan fund at the joint
sorviceheld at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral Inst evening. Tho lloral
decorations were beautiful and the
singing inoio than usually good.
Tho celebration of Restoration
day by tho Young Ilawniians In
stitute on Satuiday afternoon was
a most successful affair. The
rooms wero crowded all tho after
noon. J. M. Poopou's address is
highly spoken of.
Tho mules on tho ttamcar lino
nro stitl'or nud lazier than usual
today. Upon boing asked for tho
reason one of tho drivers said it
was because thoy had to carry
ubout a ton of Palama mud"in ad
dition to tho usual loads.
Mnny peoplo run nway with tho
idea that tho Frnwley season will
ho tho cause of a poor holiday
trndo. Retail merchants who
havo beon interviewed on tho
matter say that tho holiday trade
opens up bettor than ever before.
Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
nnd exclusive ngonts for Finney's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was delivered to them today.
Peoplo on tho other islands who
wish a copy can Becuro one
promptly by addressing tho above
It is reported that tho bark
Gainsborough had S30.000 in
surance covering tho vessel
from "truck to keelson," as ono
puts it besides having had full
insurance on her cargo. Rumor
nlso has it that Captain McPhail
haB collected 815,000 or 618,000 of
tho iuBuuuice from ono of the uu
doi writing coucornB abioad.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Hales Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask 1'otir Grocer Vor It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.-
William Milieu udvortises for n
Tho hist week of tho Frnwloys
is elsewhere advertised.
A. J. Watt enmo up from Hono
kna on tho Keauhou yestoiday.
tT 1..1.. t -ion
I uuuuiuiu una u Huiimu J.-U
yeaiB old, ns olsewhoro loporled.
G. E. Boaidman has taken on
office tit Queen nnd Nuuauu
I James S. Kalakioln has been
liconsed to tho practico of law in
tho lower courts.
"Tho Wifo's Father" will bo
produced by tho Frawloy company
St. Andrew's Day will bo colo
brated with n social by the Scot
tish Thistle club this oveuiug.
S. S. Sakura Marti will sail for
Soattlo on the second of Decem
ber at noon. W. G. Irwin & Co.,
1 Ltd., aro the agonls.
1 August Droior, a Noblo of '92,
is down from Kauni, casting as
' largo a shadow nnd wenring ns
I jolly n smilo for his friends ns
' Jnynsnrnyn, No. G Hotel street,
will open his holiday stock of
Coylouoso novelties, jowolory and
laces, on December 1st. Don't
forgot No. G Hotol street, opposito
Retnetnbor that tho art exhibi
tion entrance Hotel near Fort
stioet will bo open this ovoning
from 7 to 9 o'clock. Tho Bulle
tin has not yot touched half of
tho oxcollont works.
J. K. Raulia was the successful
candidate nt tho cloction on Sat
uiday for tho presidency of tho
Aloha Aiiin Society. An election
for Vico-prcsidout nnd Secretary
was hold this morning.
iv Tin: roi.ior counr.
A I.oiijj i'lilciiilnr Unlokly Dlxponcil
oT liy .Tiidno ilu Iu Vcri;nc.
A calendar of four dozen cubes
was gone through in short ordor
by Judgo do la Vorguo this morn
ing. Nine drunks got tho usual fine
and two others forfeited SO bail
each lather than show their faces
Ah Piug, Lin York and Ah
Hoy all pleaded guilty of ped
dliug chofa tickets. Tho first was
fined $25 and soutonco was sus
pended on tho other two until
Moses Puhi pleaded guilty of
selling swipos nnd had his sen
tence suspended uutil moved on
by tho prosecution.
Kumi, for assaulting and bat
tering a wnliine, will stoy on tho
reef for tho next three weeks.
A number of Chinese basket
poddlors woro fiued 2 each for
obstructing Mauuakea strcot oido
walks. Tho ombezzlomont charges
against Lui Rich and John Cristo
were nolle pros'd.
G. E. Iionrdmnn h temporarily located at
cornor of Queon utitl Nuuanu Htroc U, ready
to attend to any bnninoss eutru ted to him,
By a Steady Youug Married Mau, a situ
ation iu a wholesale or rutail houso, or as a
lima or storekeeper on a plantation. Has
had twenty-oight yoars' experience. Best
of references furnished. Am ready for
work. Who wants uiy services? Addiess
471 lw Bulletin Offlto.
F0r gEiTTLE, tf HINTON
Tho Nippon Yubon Kaisha steamer
Will sail at 12 o'clock noon,
WEDNESDAY, Doo. 2, for Seat
tlo. For froight or passage, apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co , Ld.
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Litest U. S. Gov't Report.
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Here is a nursing
bottlo that will
provo u eonifoit to
infants. It 1ms 4
points in its fnvor.
1. Ithns u valve
nr nir itilnt. in flin
Js. BfCS ond of tho bottlo
V- ' which admits nir,
back of food, us fast
as food is drawn out,
easy nnd making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. Tho ,
not leak, -Zy
justed, but Lr
is easily nd
pulled out by
3. Nq secre
tion is possible,
ns thoro arc no
angles or cor
nors in tho
4. This nurser
having an opening
ouch ond, can bo easily and
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
tho gieatest importance.
1'iico, 25 cents, complete.
HOBRQN DRUG CO., Agents.
1 Offer this week a fine line of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
as useful Christmas Pio
souts aud other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
A 7 j-
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HSPuuanu Street, Ono D or Ma-ika of Kinp; Stl'cot.
SALE FOR 30 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In ortlor to n.iy out uno of IIy I'nrtnoif,
I am obligc'l to foico tho sale of
Look at tho following quotations and bo
Brown Cotton, 22 yards, ?1.00
" " 1 yard wido, 15yird, U 00
White " fan niaik, 1 ynrd wido, ()c.
20 yards, i?1.00
' 10-4 Blankots por pair, 80o.
Colored 10 4 " " " 80o.
Men's Fust Black Socks, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 25o.
" " " " extra quality, -tl.85 down
Ladies Blnok IIoso, 10c. pair, 3 puns, 2oo.
" Oxford Slippois, 75o. a pair
Men's good winking Shoos, $1.25 por pair
Children's Shoos, from 7Co. a pair
Men's working Shiits, from 23c.
Undershirts 20o , 3 for COo.
" Joan Drawers 35o. n pair
" Bluo StutH, comploto only tl.00
" " Soigo Suits, guaranteed fust color, if7. 50
" Wmking Pants, host kind, SI 75
" Tuoed Coats, largo variety, .12.00 S2.00
" Whito Unlaundortd Shiits, -10c.
All Silk Noddies, 20o., 3 for COc.
Alarm Clocks, SI 00
Nickol Stem Windor Watoh, .2.00
Mon's Wool IlatH, from -10o.
Best kind heavy Polioomon's Shoos, -i2.C0
Boy's Suits, .U. 50-42.00, a largo vuriuty 409 3v
Somo of tho Hulplmr batlis iu Hun
gary nnd liosuia nro sights wortli going
far to Bcc.
At ono place, Ilitl7e, near Scrajovo,
those who thirst for imlphur nro hIiowii
into Munll cells jnst lileo tho colls of n
prison. Light streams iu faintly fioui a
Binull skylight, hut tho bath in not to 1)0
discovered until tho bsitlier's ej cs nro
nccustoiued to tho gemidnrkness nud ho
lias been in tho placo somo uiinutcs.
Then ho becomes nwnro that thoro is
in one corner of his cell u Finitll Might
of steps lending ton rough hewn b.iin in
thoery bowels of tho earth, so to speak.
Tho sulphurous wnter gnhts up in
tho Immii, nnd tho odor of it is not to bo
described. Yot peoplo travel hundreds
of miles to enjoy it, and thodoctow ravo
nbout its medicinal qualities. London
The Flight nr Grrsc
Willi geeo conduct their migration
in mi extremely methodical fashion.
Tho birds form themselves into lines
shaped liko nn old fashioned drng or
hnrrow. Sometimes thcro nro two rows,
ono behind tho other. Thcro nro nlwnys
distiuct leaders, but theso very soon
tiro, nud by caroful watching with a
glass ouo may bco tho lenders drop hack
aud others tako their places. It has been
suggested tlmt this nrrnngement is on
tho prinoiplo of n ticket ofllco window,
nud that nil of tho ganders succcssholy
tnko tho leadership. When weary, thoy
fall hack to tho rear nnd others como
up. If tho Hock is scattered by shot or
accident, they may immediately form
again. New York Ledger.
After tlie I.onc Arctlo NIrM.
Tho inhabitants of tho littlo villages
in tho nrctio circlo havo nearly thrco
months of steady night. It is tho nnnnal
custom that on tho day lion tho sun
rises nbovo tho hori7on after tho long
season of darkness tho inhabitants all
stand in lino, facing tho returning orb,
and greet it with a military s.iluto. No
other effect than tint of paleuei of com
plexion is disccrniblo in tho natives aft
er this long timo at night. Tho pallor
soon p isves away with tho sun's return.
In Bodo tho Mia can bo seen at midnight
on Juuo 'J ; in Tronio it can bo seen on
Mny 20; in IlannncrfeHt, or as far as tho
North cape, tho midnight sun may bo
seen as e.nly as May IU or 10. Now
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Rtookholdcrs
of the Wiiiiininalo Sugur Compuny will bo
hold nt the Ofllre of Wm. G. Irwin Si (Jo.,
L'd , on Wednesday, the 2d prox , nt 1 1 n. iu.
II.il. Wlll'lNI.y, JU.,
The Aununl Meeting of tho Stockholders
of the tlilo Sugar Compiuy will bo held
at tho Oflhu of Win. G Irwin A: Co . L'd.,
on Wcduoiday, tho 2d irox., at 10 a. ui.
tr m nivbAtin
,, . u., uuinuu,
Prices Below Cost
Silks and Dress Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
Dress Siiks and Waist Silks
A lino assortinont; only ono of u pattern, iu Persian
designs nnd shot oirects
35Tew "Worsted Dress Goods,
Diagonals, Luslro Mohair in black and colors;
Nigger Head, Serges, Crepons, etc
SHOT SILTv ALPACAS!
Very now; only a small soloctiou; ouo of a kind.
Jot and Petal Fronts and Jot Trimmings.
W Collarettes t ew Collarettes
And Latest Novelties in Bets
N. S. SACHS'
520 "Fort SLvoot
Lewiis & 0!
Tnko tho matter of cheese
and you will find wo have
about every brand manufac
tured. It's a common sort of
thing, is cheese, in a general
way, but if your'o giving a
dinner as much attention
should be paid to tho selection
of it as to tho joint. Ilero's a
partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parmcsian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzola, Cavombert, Mc
nanta, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, Now York Cream,
Sap Sago, Limburger, Nosegay
Club, Now York Snge, Kro
nenkase, Camenbcrt, Sierra
Nouchatol and Roraatour re
ceived on ico by each Bteamer.
Theso aro of the finest
grades made and may be re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... 1IKM0 1.1) TO ... .
No. 28 Emma Street,
OQlco llourn: S to 10 n. ui., 2 to 4 aud
7 to 8 p. ui. Telephone 752. 467-2ra
G-eo. !EL ETuddy,
D. D. B
r:)2 Tort Street. Ilonm from 0 n. in. to
I l. in. 407-tf
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
Hmiri: 8.30 to 10 n. m., 1.30 to
4 1 1. in,, mill 7 to 8 ji. m, . . .
JIQI'iiiikhboul street or US Mllltr street,
Honolulu, OuUu. 4C0-K
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A ship load of Agateware
would be a big lot fur ono
store even in the United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and more than we' receiv
ed, but what we did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho peoplo if they saw
all tho articles in ono pile.
Our stock of Agateware is
selected fiom "Firsts" not
"Seconds;" tho quality is tho
best that can be made and wo
sell it at tho pieco you used to'
pay for the second quality.
This means a saving of 33J
per cent, becauso tho lifo of a
first-class price of Agateware
is a third longer than ono of
tho second class.
When buying for the holi
day season there is moro
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housowifo loves good
China and thcro is nothing
moro beautiful than a set of
Haviland. Wo have a com
pleto 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 purchaso a dozen
plates or a courso set you can
J. T. WATERHOUSE
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses near l'mmliou Collfge,
continuing from seven to uiuu rooms, bnth
room, linll, clcnots, etc. New, modern
nnd convenient. Good iew, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. HDTTIUtriULD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & iBuilder
Estimates cison. l'.epnlrA nnd nltern
tions mndo. Work riven prompt nttontiou.
lir 'ldepuono 851. 431-3m
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Officm 203 Morcmmt street, Campbell
lllook rear of J. O. Carlo x' office. P. O,
A. V. GEAR.
I No. 210 King St.
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