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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 3, 1890;
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlic National hand has practice
l mornings at Arioti hall.
Mr. Thurston is attorney and
not bondsman for Mr. Loudon.
A Chinamau suod for tuxes ju
tho police court this week was discharged.
Taxo of all kinds aro payable
on tlid 15th uudor penalty of add
"William Larson damaged his
bicycle yesterday in collision with
a Chinaman's oart.
II. W. Schmidt & Sons will
light up with electricity during
tho holiday season.
Tho China will Rail at 10 o'clock
tomorrow for San Francisco, mail
closing au hour earlier.
Tho Tenshiu-Maru in to sail
from Yokohama for Senttlo via
Honolulu on December 15.
Passeugero in the China camo
.up town to see tho sights and en
joy hotel comforts for u day.
Ah Puck, who had "yumped"
his bond for opium in possession,
surrendered today to Detective Ah
Tho lathing is complotod on
Wolter'B new hotel at Alnkoa aud
King streets and tho plaster is bo
iug prepared for covering the ex
terior. Mrs. W. G. Pearno, widow of
tho lamented captain of tho
steamship Gaelic, is returning
home in the China, with her
Tho very funny comedy, "The
Great Unknown," will bo played
tonight by tho Frawloy Company.
Tho sale of Boats indicates a largo
An entertainment for sailors
will bo given at tho Sailors' Homo
on Saturday ovoning. Several
ladies will aBsist Managor and
J. II. Fisher, chairman of com
mittee, calls a public mooting
under tho auspices of tho Annexa
tion Club for Friday oveuing at
tho Drill Shod.
Two hundred-aud sixty six Chi
neso and niuo Japanese wore
landed from tho P. M. S. S. China
this morning, 153 of the Ohineso
being contract labors.,
Messrs. Auhogon, Kawauaunkoa
nnd James Holt are a committee
of tho Leilaui Boat Club to sco
tho Minister of tho Interior about
a site for a club house.
Pat Silva'8 bicycle was upjet
by a baby carriogo yesterday. It
is a wonder tho police do not nr
rest infauts who obstruct tho
meteoric path of scorfthers.
Tho Sharpshootors will dine in
a body at tho Hawaiian hotel on
Fridny evening. If Capt. Dodgo
fires anything, puus or buns, ho
will havo to get behind a Wall to
dodgo return shots.
Besides tho 153 Chinese con
tract laborers brought by tho
China, there are 03 Chinese who
como on six mouths residence
bonds, 21 on roti.ru pormits and
12 women and children.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Board of Supervisors of
tho Free Kindergarten and
Children's Aid Association will
bo held in Queen Em ran Hall on
Friday, Deo. 4, at 9:30 a. m.
Spontaneous combustion ro
voaled itself this morning in tho
coal lately shifted on the osplan
ndo for tho same cnuso. It is bo
ing reshifted whilo a Btream of
water ib being played on tho pile.
"Robort "W. "Wilcox has acquired
John E. Bush's press, from which
ho has begun tho issuo of a paper
named Ko Aloha Aiua Oiaio. It
is tho orgnu of a bolt from tho
Aloha Aina Society led by Mr.
Tho Chinese Y. M. C. A. 1ms
elected Goo Kim ns president,
"Win Kui Fong vico president,
Lin Sin Ohong secretary and Ho
Fon troasuror. It has decided to
build a two Btory cottage on tho
For n lesson in shoo scionco
look in tho Manufacturers' Shoo
Company's big corner of this
paper. It will improve your un
derstandings if heeded. Tho anti
quity of this pun is a guarantoo of
its good philosophy.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Rcttcr Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Your G nicer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Hole Agents.
untie niAtioNii iii:ai.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
(JoiiiI M'orU Dniio on the I.ntvly
Tho Diamond Head, formerly
tho Gainsborough, will probably
Bail on Saturday for San Francis- (
j co whero sho will receive tho final
touchos to comploto tho repairs
necessary to mako her rating
A few weeks ago tho vossel, lay
upon tho dangerous coral rocks,
just oh" tho point of land aftor
which sho is now named, at the
mercy of wind and wave, her
decks being swopt cloau by
every swell that struck her.
However, tho iron hull was ns
good as now savo for tho small
nolo whoro a couplo of plates had
been loosoned. After a careful
suryoy of tho wrecked bark, her
position, condition and tho Btir
rouudings seaward and port and
starboard of her, Capt. Ward camo
to tho conclusion that sho could
bo safely taken off and towed into
port. A thorough kuowlodgo of
tho work in hand was a necessary
olomont for tho success of the uu
dertakiug, and it required a very
delicato manipulation of tho lines
and a strdug pull at exactly tho
right instant to work tho bark
It was accomplished, howovor,
with comparative easo by Capt.
Wurd, and after a fow weeks in
the hands of shipwrights, carpen
ters and painters, tho Diamond
Head now lying at Allou &
Robinson's dock, is as staunch
and trim a craft as can bo soon in
Wheu Capt. Ward finally suc
ceeded in hauling her off tho reef
and getting hor ou tho Murine
Railway her bulwarks woro
smashed, forecastlo battered in.
tho cabin and staterooms filled
with water and mud nnd deck re
fuse, and hor appearance in ovory
way tunt ot n wreck. To tho
sho seemed hardly
trouble of bonding on
of worn-out women and over
worked men. It is a wonderful
tonic and n non-intoxicating
stimulant, from which thcro
is no depression or reaction.
The strengthening and ncrvc
sustaining properties of Vino
Kolafra have been shown by
such tests as those of the
French Army, the Loomis and
Flower hospitals, New York,
the athletes of Yale, Cornell,
Pennsylvania and other uni
versities, the Superintendent
of the New York Postofiicc,
various government depart
ments in Washington, and
thousands of physicians.
Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
J0IIN30N & JOHNSON, Selling Agents,
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
a bettor boat today," j
Ward, "than many of
built iron vessels. !
is exactly as good as '
hor heavier timbers in
tho same condition." She will
ply between Honolulu and tho
coast in Alton fc Robinson's
Mrs. Giles givesareeoption this
aftornoon, nt tier homo in School
street, to ladies of tho Christian
Tho Friend for December ad-
Vf!l friU tllA 1 tl f lwl .rtl ir... F A nitin
uians for labor aud settlement,
, deprecates tho con'.iuuanco of
J apaneso immigration, and regrets
the defeat of freo silver in tho
United States. It is a rather in
teresting uumbjr all through.
Jnyrisuraya has received a
largo invoice of Ceyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trade. Many handsomo articles
aro on exhibition nfr Ih'h ntnrn
j No. G Hotel Btreot.
Color your own photos with
oriental liquid photo colore. No
j skill is required, they aro trans
parent colors which show all tho
details of tho photo through thorn.
King tiros, aro tho only ouos that
have them for Bale.
The Committee appointed by
tho Annexation Club to draft a
Constitution for tho Club nnd ap
point a meeting to act upon the
same, hereby give notice that a
mooting of tho Club for this pur
poso is called for 7:30 o'clock p.m.
next Friday at the Drill Shed, on
which occasion it is hoped that
all parties in favor of annexation
will bo present.
Per Order of tho Committeo.
J. H. FISHER, '
Deo. 3, 189G. -17-l-2t
Warning Against Paying Monoy to
Henry Olds, alias Kahapo.
Kotico in heroby given that Henry Olds,
alias Kabapo, 1ms no right to collect money
(or Dr. Grew, Or. Miner, Dr. llowat, Mr.
Jncobtou, or any other accounts plncoil in
uiy liuiuls for culltoliou, unci linn not lmd
any suoh authority hinco December lOlli,
I SUA. All porfious who way lmvo paid hitu
moneys on nuy of tho aboyo named ao
counts are rcqnoiitcfl to inform mo thereof.
WM. U. I'UTUKHUN.
j Dated December 1, 1800. 47331
Lewis & Co
There are few gounuet3 in
Honolulu who do not know
our Maltose Cross Hams.
They are cured expressly for
us and aro infinitely better
than any other ham on tho
market for boiling or roasting.
This brand of bam is from
selected stock and is in tho
picklo a uniform number of
hours. They cost a' trifle more
than ordinary hams but tlioy
nro fifty per coi.t. butter in
If you want to mast one of
these hams hero's a good
recipe; Put it in cold water
and let it soak over night, then
pour eff the water, wipe the
ham dry and put it into the
kettle again, covoi with fresh
water and boil for threo hours.
Then take it out, scrapo tho
rind when cool, put it into
another kettle and pour four
pints of cider over it and then
enough water to cover. Put
in a bay leaf, cloves, allspice
and cinnamon and allow it to
boil slowly for two hours moro,
novor lotting tho water boil
over. Then take it out, wipe
it thoroughly and dust it with
powdered tugar and cloves,
sticking whole spices here and
there in the fat. Put into tho
oven and bake for an hour and
a half. Tho Maltese Cross
Hams aro tho only ones
suitable for cooking in this
way nnd wo nro tho exclusive
dealers in them.
Lewis & Co.,
Prof. Ilonshaw's platinotypos
e going oil' evory day. Call
White & Colored Dress Goods
nt 5c, Gc, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c,
lie, 12c. 13c, 14c, 15c, lGc,
18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc.
According to Quality.
All Woolen Dress Goods
at 18c, 19c, 20c, 21c, 22c,
23c, 24c, 25c, 27c, Oc, 35c,
40c, 50c, GOc, 70c, 75c, 80c,
etc. According to Quality.
Of her Goods in Proportion Too
Numerous lo Specify.
All Goods Warranted al Lowest
Prices Accord ing to Qiiality
H.W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Von Holt Block, King Stret-t
No. 10 Store
Rugs I Rugs I Rugs I
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tnpoatry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
CS" All Just ltocoivcd at
ALL THE BANKRUPT STOOIC OF
Uoldstouo Rro. of Portland, Oro
(jon. him lieon 1'urcUiihed by
Tho Stock consists of Men's Light-Weight
Coats ntiil Vebts, in Sizes from 33 to
50; Former i rico, $2 CO to $10. I Will
Sell Them irom $125 to $5, in
Mohnir, UhiuoI'h ilair nnd Flannel.
Also n Limited Number of Boy's Co its one!
Vosts nt SI.50, mid t,hiIdren'B Buiu
from 4 to 15 Years of Ago, from S2 to
Good Will bo Placed on Snlo Saturday,
Nov. 21t, und Will Continuo Until
They Havo Ueon Sold Out.
I, LEYINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
Y. M. O. A.. Hall,
Monday, Nov. 7, at 3 p.m.
early nnd niulco your selections.
rncilio llardwaro (Jo.
To bo followed by a courso of lec
tures on tho nftornoons of Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday, Monday,
nnd Wodnesday followlntj.
Silks and Dress Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES 1
Dress Silks and Waist Silks
A lino assortment; only ouo of a pattern, in Persian
doaigus and shot .eiTects
New "Worsted Dress Goods,
Diagonal?, Lulro Mohair in black and colors;
Nigger llead, Serges, Orepons, etc
SHOT SILK ALPACAS!
Very now; only a small solectiou; ono of a kind.
Jot and Pearl Fronts and Jet Trimmings.
eW Collarettes jfew Collarettes
And Latest Novelties in Belts
N. S. SACHS'
52Q lovr Rrvn-r.
Coiumencinu SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,
18'.)(, I will havo on exhibition a largo and va
ried assortment of Holiday GoodB received
from Japan by tho S. S. Sakura Maru, on Nov
ember 80, consistiug,of
Ladies' and Gents' Silk Kimonos,
Ladies' Morning Gowns and Jackets,
Gentlemen's Smoking Jackets,
Japanese Toys and Novelties
Porcelain and Lacquer Ware,
Curios of Every Description.
This consignment is nnd will bo tho largest
brought to Honolulu this soasou. Tho goods
and prices aro too various to enumorato, but wo
havo thorn for tho rich as well as tho poor.
Nuuanu Street, Ono Door Mnukn of King Street.
SALE FOR 30 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In order to pay out ono of My Partners,
I am obliged to forco tho salo of
styocEkatre Prices Below Cost
Look at tho following quotations and bo
Brown Cotton, 22 yards, S1.00
" " 1 yard wido, 15 yards, $1.00
Whito " fun mark, 1 yard wido, 9c.
" " 20 yards, $1.00
" 10-d Blankots por pnir, 8Qo.
Colored 10-1 ' " " 80o.
Men's Fust Black Socks, 10c pair, 3 pairs, 25o.
" " "' " extra quality, $1. 85 dozen
Ladioa Black Hoso, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 25o.
" Oxford Slinporg, 7Go. n pair
Men's good working Shoes, $1.25 por pair
Children's Shoos, from 75o. n pair
Men's working blurts, Irom iiOe. -'
" Undorshirts 20o , 3 for 50o.
" Joan Drawors 35o. a pair
' Blue Suits, comploto only -H.00
" " Sorgo Suits, guaranteed fast color, $7.50
" Working Bants, best kind, SI 75 :"'
" Tweed Couts, largo variety, $2.00 2.50 ':i
" Whito Unlunndurcd Shirts, 40c.
All Silk NooktioB, 20c, 3 for GOc.
Alarm Clocks. SI 00
Niokol Stem Winder Watch, ?2.00
Men's Wool Hats, from 40o.
Best kind heavy Policomcn's Shoos, $2.50
Boy's Suits, $1.50 $2.00, a lurgo variety 469 3v
lly a Sternly Vouug Slnrrlod linn, a situ
ntiou in a wholosnlo or retnil house, or ns u
hum or storokocnor on n plantation. Him
hm! twrnity-oiglit ycftw' experience Kent
of roforowes furnished Am ready for
work. Who wants uiy bervicost Artdrciw
" WM. MILLKN,"
471 lw Uullutiu Offlco.
A Rpecinl Mectlnjj of tho llonrd of TrtiB
tpeH nf tho Queen's Hospital will lo held
on Friday, Dccernler 4th, 1800. nt 10 a. in.,
nt the room of tho Chamber of Comniorce.
lliihineKU of ininortmiii!. A full ntteud
ntii'o is t inieHteu.
l'tr order. F. A. SCIIAF.FKR,
1"3 2t Secretary.
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