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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Tho Jilt'' nl 8.
Lust appearance oE IhoFituvloy
company this evening.
Tho Emma Bquaro band con
cert drew out a very largo croud
Taxes aro coining in unci em
ployeH of tho Tax OHieo uro kept
A Paia Ohiunmnn named Ohnng
Kui committed auicido by hung- '
ing lust Wednesday.
ltomombor thoro is plenty of
good local rending on tho iusido
pnges of tho Bulletin. i
Five island steamers leuvo to- ,
duy, uud merchants Imvo been
vory busy in consequence. '
F. 13. McSloclcor, Deputy Ool-1
lector Gonornl, gives uu iinportnnt '
notice to impoiters in this pupcr.
Tho chunk holes iu the "Wnikiki
road uro nt lust l)eiug filled up. '
Work wits commenced this morn
ing. There was a big birthday cele- j
brntioii nt tho Dwight residence nt
Kaalawai Suduy in honor of Miss
Elsio Dwight. I
Press of ndvortising compels tho i
Buxi.r.TiN to udd two extiu pnges !
to its forms for u time, which tho
rending public will probably tip- j
Enst Mnui was visited by n
heavy wind uud rnin storm' bint
Friday uud Saturday. Somo six
inches of ruin foil during its cou
tinunuce. Ono facetious individual in town
suggests that ex-Queen Liliuuka
lani bus gone ou to Now York to
ondorso those bonds P. 0. Joiipb
tried to soil.
It is not generally kuown thut
Mr. T. Daniel Frawley is of Irish
birth. Ho will bo scon at his best
tonight in tho character of MyleB
O'Hara, n young Irishman.
Tho Mariposa is duo on Thurs
day and will bring much later
tolegrams by way of New Zealand,
unless somo vessel should put in
from tho Coast iu the meantime
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Weedon
gnvo a children's birthday party
at their Punahou rceidenco yester
day aftornoou in honor of tho
eighth birthday of their duughter
The children of St. And Jew's
Priory will have tho usual Christ
mas tree and ontortainniont in tho
schoolroom, a preliminary meet
ing to that offect having takon placo
Invitations are out for the mar-riago-of
Solomon David Koki to
Miss Esther U. K. Kuaen, daugh
ter of tho Into Itov. M. Kuaea, at
Knumakapili church next Thurs
day oveniug, tho 10th inst.
Careless plumbois loft tho water
running over tho oll'ico of Bruco
AVaring & Co. last evening. It
was discovered by Mr. Bowers of
tho merchant's patrol before any
extensive damage was clone.
Tho Young Hawaiums Institute
will gtvo another or their popular
musical, social and literary enter
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tainments on New Year's Eve,
and tho members uro working
hard to mako it more than usually
Wall, Nichols Co. nro tho solo
aud exclusive agontB for Finuoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was dolivored to them today.
People on tho other islands who
wish a copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho nbovo
Originality should not bo too
groat a consideration with adver
tisement writers. Tho ad that is
not original but Bolls goods is a
bettor ad than ono that is intouso
ly original nnd does not sell
goods, and tho Bulletin is the
beBt medium in Hawaii to placo
it, for it thus roaches all the peo
ple. It is claimed thnt tho only rea
son why tho now fire department
building is not proceeded with is
becstiBQ tho Superintendent of
Publio Work is unnblo, by reason
of too much other work, to give it
bis nttontion long enough to ad
vortise for bidB. Is thero no wny
to provide nn assistant for Mr.
Rowoll nnd hurry tho now build
ing along ?
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Jktlcr Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ah Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Tho biig Lurlins is on tho Ma
Captain llilo of tho Mokolii is
under tho weather.
L. D. TimmouB is ofliciating as
clerk for W. S. Luco.
Peter, a native, was arrested this
morning for buttoiiug a Ohina-
Tho American Loaguo inootB
, tonight at tho usual hour and
Tho Olaudiue. from Maui and
Hawaii ports, was telephoned ut
1:15, 20 miles oil;.
Tho now udvertisomont of tho
Hawaiian llardwnro Company
will appear tomorrow.
Tho rough plastering is being
put on tho uew Woltor building
on Alukeu and King streets.
The 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s now steam
er in Benrcely duo hero vet accord
ing to latest shipping ndvicos.
llov. Alex. Mackintosh is suffer
ing with a sovoro attack of tho
gup. He is still confined to his
' John Eua has contracted n Blight
caso of grip and did not conio
down to the Inter Island ofiice to
day. H. Stroll!?, postmaster of Kolon,
Kauai, and an old resident of tho
islnnds, ib in tho city for a short
Harry Evans arretted two white
deporting sailors this morning.
They aro held at tho station house
The cusesof Otto Graof and Ed.
Hopkins, charged with maintain
ing a gambling resort, have beon
set for trial toiuorrow.
L. A. Thurston is still suffering
from tho effects of n bicycle acci
dent, consequently tho Morris
opium trial lias gone over until
Judge do la Vergno is trying
the casus of Kcouini and Tom
Onokea this afternoon. They aro
charged with battoring Eli Bath
burno on December (Jth.
Sterling, tho paintor, is pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar nnd com on t. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
uolulu. B. F. Ehlera & Co. quoto prices
in a half page olsowhoro for a
varied lot of fabrics. Their store
tho Wavorloy block, Bothel
streot, ib among
tho chief Bights
of tho town.
LowiB & Co., grocers, address
you today on tho subject of
ChristmnB delicacies, for which
their store has always been fa
mous. That is oIbo tiio placo for
Tho old Mission houso nt Kn
wainhao, now being renovated by
the ownor, A. Frank Cooke, is to
be occupied by H. J. Rhonda, who
will start a nursery of imported
plants on tho premises.
Among the curiosities in Wray
Taylor's ollico is a photograph of
! n red-hoaded short-haired China
.... -.!.. IaI. -.. ..,
man who looks just lilco n son ot
the Emerald Isle. Ho is known
as No. '104 in tho employ of tho
Pacific Sugar Mill. His real namo,
however, is Leong Ho.
Tho Young Hawaiians Institute
will hold n special mooting this
evening to conBidor tho proposi
tion of starting a savings nnd in
vestment nssocintion composed en
tirely of memborB of the Instituto.
Tho question is an important ono
and it is hoped thero will bo a full
Judge Carter committed Akoni
for trial at tho February term of
tho First Circuity Court, on tho
charge of distilling spirituous
liquors without licoiiBe. Tho de
fendant was arrested nt Molokni
ou n wnrrnnt issued by tho snmo
judge, who tried him ns commit
The Pacific Hardware Company
has vory attractively ro decorated
ono of its show windows with
choice works of art. Among thorn
is a fino picture of an Indian pa
poose and nn elegantly framed pho
togrnph of tho town football tenm,
which recently gained tho cham
pionship of the yonr.
In tho District Court a judgment
hns been ontorod in tho suit of J.
B. Atherton vs. J.F. Morgau in
favor of tho dofoudant with costs.
Tho Biiit involved tho right of
possession of a lot of tools form
erly in tho socond-hnnd storo
kept by 0. H. Ilnwkius. Tho enso
has boon under adviBemont by
Judge do la Vergno for somo
"Highest of all In Leavening Strength. Latest V. S. Gov't Report.
tm a n i&a ht jr n vi
bL jjssEFa j5v
y tn for
in Training, and in nil Important
Games nnd Races, tho Athletes of
Yalo, Cornell, tho University of
Pennsylvania, etc., depend upon tho
great African tonic-stimulant
In cases of Tardy Convalescence,
Debility, Muscular Weakness, Men
tal Depression, Antcmia, Nervous
Dyspepsia, functional Heart Affec
tions, Melancholia, Asthma, nnd tho
coldness and feebleness of Age, this
preparation has proved itself to bo a
tonic, invlgorant, vitalizer nnd
Etrcngthcncr of tho highest efficacy,
and adapted for tho uso of
Its action Is pervading nrnl Mir.talnlnir, nn i
followed by no twd (.licet. Gllnfcstrciurth
to tho Btrnnj: it Klve greater proportion
ate strength to tiio weak.
Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
JoliMiON A Joiinmin, Gelling AgouU.
nOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
nut. Kh.MiciiG in m:ii,Y.
Continued from 1st Panic.
that they lenrn to work steadily
nud are improved bodily and men
tally. Of course, tho system has
its drawbacks, but does Mr. Castle
know of nny system that has no
And if Mr. Castlo asserts "it is
not possible to keep pood govern
ment in this country" I ask:
"Why not ? " It may bo diilicult,
but have governments of other
countries no .difficulties ? Aro
thero no strikes, riote nud other
troubles again and again, oven in
countries blessed with tho best
Would annexation end all our
difficulties ? I think it would bring
on moro nnd probably eudnngor
tho vory existence of our indus
tries. Whereas, if wo will bo
satisfied with tho cloi-rst commer
cial union with tho United States
obtainable, mo shall have uothing
to fenv from outside, neither from
Japan nor from Chinn, aud tho
maintenance of ponce aud order
will bo mtido easier too. if tho
United States having entered into
closo commercial union show
thoir good wilf to tho Hawaiian
Government. It may rcquiro a
groat deal of lirmnesB, courage
nnd tnct for our Government to
keep up tho independence of theso
IbIiuhIb, but if n good denl of con
ciliatory Bpirit is b1iowu,I boliove,
it cau be douo with beneficial ro-
BiiltB to all citizons and residents
of these Islands.
Honolulu, Doc. 8th, 189(5.
Iiilorimitlnu Tor ToitrlNtx.
A passenger by tho Inst Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
n Milesinu American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pnir
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at tho gato tho stranger remarkod
to his friend "Do yon 'ave much
rnin 'ero ? " IUiNiun mo boy,
gallons of it, just come up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro they keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
ust bo in time for lunch too nud
thnt's tho only plnco in town
where they sorvo it up in proper
stylo with a glnss of Rainikii
Beer to cquilibrinlizo tho solids
Thoy wont I
Teohnnics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuhnu etreeto, lodging by
day, wook or month, 'forms: 25
and 50 conts per night. $1, aud
SI. 25 nov week.
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By Special Bequest
Dec 8 Mi
THE FtWLE i
:B0ttCICAOLT'S GREAT COMEDY:
AMBA to our Honolulu, Friends.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave nt 9:15 A. m,
nnd 1:45 r. at., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clans 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
For Sale 1
For the next 30 ilnys I will offer for solo
my Cofl'eo EbU'o in Ulna, lluwiiit. 'Ibis
Proporty consist)) of 200 Acres, nil miitnblo
to die raising of Cufito.
107 Acreri nro oleuioii uutl planted.
1 05 Aci en to cofloo containing 85,000 troeB.
G2 Acres of which being pluuted nearly a
G3 Acres of which is njororecontly planted.
2 Acrea is planted to lawn, gurdan and
fruit trees. v
Tho Utiildings, 1 Dwelling IIoiiso, Jnpn
ncso limine, Chicken Uouho, Corn Houbo,
Cow Stable and Pig Pons.
BG3T Tho Troperty is Ritnatod at 18
miles on Volcimi road. A g od road load
ing to tho i lace, titlo giod and ttnns to unit.
4C0 lm Ohm, Hawaii.
Lots Hear Kapiclaiu
Tli ere ore over looo lots for sale, 5oxIoo
feet, mnuKa of Kaplolanl l'ark, adjoining the
residence of Messrs. C. Urown, 11. J, Nolle,
Tliomns Holllngcr and others.
Tlietu Lots will be sold cheaper than any
place In Honolulu slncu tburelgu of Kumelia
Water will be laid ou as Boon as bujers are
ready to build.
I'rlce aro ranging Irora tloo.oo per Lot to
This U the best opportunity to get a home.
For further particulars apply to
W. O. AOI1I it CO.,
Ileal Estate Brokers.
Honolulu, Nov. 25. 1890. 47J-lm
Three Lota with Comfortable
and Tasty Cottages thereon situ
ate on Makiki streot, near Borotn
nia, Honolulu. Tho yards nro
plnuted with Shrubs nnd Orna
mental TreoB. "Will bo sold to
gether or separately. Apply to
J. AJL1''KED MAU
1 llouso on Kinnu street.
1 Housn on Kinnu stroot.
1-2 Htory Cottngo on Port street.
2 Cott.iges on Fort stroot.
1 Furnisbod llouso, Emma
G. E. BO A It DM AN,
N. S. SACHS'
W- I I I I I
A. Xino AsMortinnnt i J
Useful and Ornameiifcitl Gooils,
at oxcoodingly low prices. . . .
Hand 33anjs, Ohatola.ins and "Purses,
iu alligtitir and seal aud fancy let t ior. .
Hand Run Lace Scarfs nnd CoDaretfccy,
in tho vory latest designs. . . .
Kattenborg Laco Scarfs and lancy Tidies',
with squnrps to mnlch
G-uipure Scarfs and Kinb. Toilet Sets.
A few choico pairs of .... .
Ohonillo and Two toned Satiiiotlo Portieres,
theso aro now and vory elegant. . . ,
Embroidered Doylies, line '.DamaslcToAols.
a most elaborate assortmont of
Ladies Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
Theso aro absolutely and beyond any question
of doubt, tho best values in tho market.
Lace 33ed Sets, Drawn "Work Squares.
At Prices that will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the . Utile . Folks !
Cashmere nnd S'lk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid-1"
ery Hats, fino Infant Dresses.Bibs,
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
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T. Grm TlX3-O.KJ3.5,S :0OCl3L
Presents its usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
1ST Erly buyers secure the cliolcp of bcIccIIoiis frum tho llncBt Ww of 1S07 calendar,
and Ctirlstinas cardd. mmmmm
ItumppM leather Roods, holiday Iioo1h ami tmoklcU, gitncu for
parlor aud Hold, dolln of all hIzuh nud kiudH,iloll ciirriinos, vclo
cijwdes, vrnfions, tarrown, lmby bwIiir cli'iitH, bIioo lly rockerH,
nlphabut nnd buildiUR blocku, rublter toyn, irou tuys, tin toys,
wood toys, incchauic.il tojH, motul nnd chinn ton hon, rolls
crepe- tisbuo, flowor tiswie, whlto chinn for pMnting, mnmcuro
nnd toilet nel, traveling chrch, IituhIi nets, work boxen nnd Ims
keta, photo anil autogntph ulbtunx, holiday pnpeturicti and utu
tiouory, silver mounted inkiUnmls, (UhI; pudi) folders, sponge
.cups, photo frames, cto.,offlco audpocUet disriea for 1S97, with
,' many other articles that must be seen to be appreciated.
"A Word to the Wise is Sufficient."
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
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