Newspaper Page Text
ftyw; Mwy 'i JBff fffjipy V. JjEVT' ''
'.' "" f "-
; 'ppwmqp vpt ,jsyR7i
EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugnr 3 7 lGtbs. No change
since last report.
The Btcawslrip Australia is due
Tho Board of Education will
meet this afternoon.
Tho ladioa.bavo possession of
the Boretania tonnis courts today.
Attorney Thurston was nblo to
bo about again yestorday after
noon. Dr. Emily B. Ryder is lectur
ing at Y. M. 0. A. hall this aftor
nouu. Tho first shipmontof California
oranges wus made from Colton on
Tho trouble over tho recent mil
itary shoot, liko Bauquo's ghost,
will not down.
Tho Olympic football team beat
tho Relianco on tho 21st by a
score of G to 0.
All the bills acainst Co. B for
tho drnmatic shows have boon lie
copied by the company.
Only tho Bulletin gave any
latest fou'ign nows brought by tho
U. S. S3. Alcit yesterday.
Several members of the Fraw
ley company wore entertained by
Miss Helen Wilder yestorday.
Tho drodgor is hard at work
filling up tho vacant lot on tho
Waikiki Bido of tho now fish mar
ket. An effort is being raado to sup
ply pupils in tho San Francisco
public schools with a hot luuch at
W. W. Dimond hns ongnged tho
Quiutotto Club of tho National
Band to play in hi& store on Sat
Samuel Miller, tourist agent of
tho Southern Pacific Railroad and
Yoeemito routes for the past
twenty years, is dead.
The meeting of tho Board of
Health did not materialize yester
day afternoon, President Smith
being otherwise enguged.
Joseph Seoley, formerly stewaid
of tho steamer Pomona, takes tho
place of T. K. James as steward
of tho Australia this trip.
Mississippi was admitted into
tho Union 79 years ago today.
Tho State of Indiana will be ouo
year older, lacking a day, tomor
row. Tho farewell concert at tho Ha
waiian hotel last ovoniug in honor
of tho Frawley company drew a
largo crowd to that popular hos
telry. Maxino Elliott, tho actross who
was hero with Nat Goodwin, has
obtained her divorce in Sau Fran
cisco. Sho shed tears on the oo-
BidB for tho construction of the
central iiro station have finally
been advertised for, and moBt of
tho contractors iu town will figure
on the job.
Captain Haglund will succeed
to tho commaud of tho V. G.
Hall, so it iB said, on tho going
into commission of tho new Intor
Tho Mariposa has on board
$1,750,000 worth of gold, shipped
by tho Bnuk of Australasia, tho
London Bank of Australia, and
tho Union Bank of Australia.
Wnltor Bromley, chief eugineor
of tho Mauna Loa, who brought
tho vessel down in such quick
time, has been kept busy shaking
hands with his many fiiends to
day. Edison, tho groat electrician
and inventor, in experimouliug
with the cathode tny for tho cure
of blindness. Ho has so far suo
coeded us to make a blind hoy
able to point out a white spot.
Attomoy Thurston can syni
pnthise with tho prima donna
l.ili m lliif-si'll. who is laitl up
from tin- t llVut f n full from her
whi'i'l. An euiliungo iB unkind
onough to say that tin fair Lilian
is too old to go "biking."
FirHt lieutenant Wilcox of Com
pany G will not bo a caudidato
tor ro oleotion. A mooting will bo
hold for tho oloction of ollicors of
this company noxt Wednesday,
111 health is tho ciihho of Liouto
nant Wilcox's retirement.
DIUFTKD SNOW FLOUll
Makes lleltrr Bread mul Pastry than
Any Other Known Hraml,
Atk Your (frQV(t I'or ft,
UNION FIWD 00n Sole Aijents,
John Manuka will stay at tho
Reform school for tho next 25
days for truancy.
Mrs. C. D. Wilson and Mr. and
Mrs. Luning woro among depart
ing passengors on tho Mariposa.
Captain Phil Johnson, tho old
est pilot on tho Columbia river,
has been declared insane by tho
County Court and sent to an asy
Four Hawaiian born Chinese, I
who havo been at tho quarantine
siauon waning proper laonunca
tion, wero taken to tho police sta
In tho polico court this morn
ing, tho caso of Nakami, accused
of importing opium, was set for
trial on tho Pith. Tho dofondant
reserved his plea.
John Doo and Mary Roe aro
under arrest for larceny. Thoir
real nnmco will bo given to tho
public when detectivo Koapa gets
through his investigations.
Pong Chee and three others,
Chin 080 chefa bankers arrested
yestorday, pleaded not guilty to
day. Judge do la Vorgno has Bet
their trial for Saturday morning.
Tho Montaguo Faust Company
will open Monday evening for a
short Beason at tho Opera HniiBe".
This company has a world wido
reputation and will undoubtedly
draw crowded housos.
Judge do la Vergne tried the
caso of Ah Yan for assaulting
Ealei and discharged him. Tho
trial of D. Kamakauahoa for
liquor selling was then taken up,
and is not yet concluded.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. will
soon receive a splendid lot of holi
day goods in tho lino of etchings,
carbon prints and Prang's studies
for art and china painting. Hold
your Christmas ordors for them.
Yong Chang, tho young Chi
nese boy who stolo half a dozen
oranges off tho Intor-lBland
wharf yesterday and tried to
bribe his captor with GO cents, was
given a month in tho Reform
school by Judge de la Vorgno.
Sadio McDonald, an American
actress who passed through Ho
nolulu in tho Monowai last June,
died at Sydney on November 29.
A Chicago dispatch gives tho
sensational story that if Sadio
had lived sho would havo been
married to the Earl of Shaftes
bury. James F. Morgan will hold tho
real estate Bale of tho year on
Monday, December 21. There
will bo sold 220 residence sites at
Kupuhulu on the boundary of Iva
piolani Park. This will bo tho
opportunity of tho lost docado of
this century for obtaining subur
LATEST FOIll!IN NUWN.
Continued from 1st Page.
may occur the isolated action of
Russia is a practical reality."
Tho sum of tho present position
is that tho Porto, backed by Rus
sia, will continuo to play its old
game of deluBivo reforms with
On November 29 General Wey
lor was-reported from Havana to
bo still looking for the Cuban
In auswor to representations
from tho British Columbia author
ities, regarding rolativos of n resi
dent of victoria imprisoned in
Cuba, tho British Foreign Oflico
replied that tho desired stops had
boon token and th Foioign OHico
would assmo tho sufoty of tho men
iu question and nil Bntieh aubjeots
Woylor has declared his inten
tion of devastating tho province
of Piuar del Rio with swoul and
Tho captiuo of tho town of Gu
ayniaio by tho rebolaiii cnufirmod.
A goo 1 dijiil of tri isnuo uud mil
nitions wus Honored.
Spiiiu is fitting out t,ix ironclads
and throo cruisers ut Cartaguun.
Tho public has paid in 91 per
cout. of tho rocont loan in advanco
of duo dates,
Tho World's Loudon cable,
dutod Novombor 28th, at d n.m,,
sayH: A Times diupntch from
Montevideo, Uruguay, Hays it ia
Httitcd ut Blanco that it revolution
has broken out iu tho northern
uwl oiiblorii (lopiirlinouts of the
lepublic, nnnocl lunula having
urosaml f i inn Jhw.ll and out Ilia
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Pushes Him Along
Through its stimulating action
on Nerves, Lungs and Muscles,
it sends this cyclist up n hill ns
another might glide over a level.
It regulates and sustains the
Heart, deepens and retards tho
Hreathing, prevents Fatigue,
quiets Lxcitability, and trans
forms Labor into Pleasure. Ath
letes and loveis of outdoor sports
commend Vino-Kolafra as tho
Essence of Elasticity. Lightness,
Endurance and Strength.
To the multitudo of
Invalids at Home
tho famous African tonic-stimulant
is a greater blessing still
hastening convalescence, abating
pain, ami inducing the warmth
and glow of Returning Health. It
is absolutely non-intoxicating and
creates no habit the antithesis of
alcoholic preparations. Aged and
feeble persons may employ it free
ly. Palatablo, refreshing, sustain
ing. Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
Johnson & Johnson, Selling Acentr,
HOBItON DRUG CO., Agents.
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Eeal Estate Sale
On Monday, December 21,
AT 12 o'clock noov,
At My Salesroom, Queen Street, I
Will Sell ut Aublio Auction
HITOATED AT KAPAIIULU. ON THE
BOUNDAltY. OP KAPI LlNIPAIlK
ADJOINING THE RESIDEN-
0S OF MESdRS. OE01L
DROWN AND II.
Tho Lots a ro situittod in tho
Block bounded by Kuuniua und
Ciirupball Avt'inios and the Kup.i
. The majority of tho LotB are
100x150 foot, and ouch huve a
frontage nn ono of thoabovo-inou-tiouod
Avenues or ou tho new
Streets openod throughout tho
Tho bituution of tliobo Lots,
adjacent to tho olonant Residen
ces at tho Bench and Park, should
' command tho nttdition of nil
, llomo-Sotkcid uud linefctoiH.
RoW label th..t tho Mimbcr of
I Lots is hunted mid this will bo
tho Rrandfht oppoitnuity yot
oil rd in Heal Estate.
Mips of tho Lots cm bo seen til
i my salesroom.
; JAS. F. MORGAN,
, -ISO Id Auctioneer.
Kiiiuuwiii pit tub d yuiity iu
Judgo do la V erg mi's court thin
inouiiiifj of buttering uuothrr
native. Sentence buspumlud.
Oity Oiirrmgo (Jo,, J, S, And.
rado, nmniigiT. It you want a
hack with good horso and ouro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
oorner of Fort and Merchnnt
Btrnntt-. llnok at all hourn,
"Vnll, Niuhols Oo, tiro tho nolo
and oxnliiHivii ngonlH for Finnoy'fl
lluwiiiian Directory, A nupply
whh do I Ivor ml to them today.
Pooplo ou the other UIiuuIh who
wish it enpv '-nn HDonro ouo
promptly by H(litiunint tho abnvo
I'UO.U IMIl AlVIl HAWAII.
Officlaln or New Republic In llonlnii
Driven About (he City.
Boston's Hawaiian visitors,
Minister Cooper of tho foreign
office, Hon. F. M. Hatch, Hawai
ian rainistor at Washington; Hon.
J. B. OaBtle, Hawaiian collector
general of customs, and Mr. B. L.
Marx, private secretary to Minis
ter Coopor, woro tho guests of the
At 1:30 o'clock, escorted by
Consul General Gilinan. Captain
Nathan Appleton, E. J. Carpenter
and Mr. Sillnway of tho city meB
setigor's office, the distinguished
party took carriages and werodriven
through the Hack Bay district, tho
fens, tho parkway and Franklin
Tho drive consumed two hours
and the Hawaiian visitors wore
much impressed the extent nnd
beauty of Boston's park Bystom.
At tho public library a brief stop
was made, where tno visitors wero
shown tho new do Chavannos
panolB and tho Bacchante who was
disporting herself in tho court
At the conclusion of tlm drivo
tho visitors werodriven to city hall
where thoy wero recoived by May
or Quincy and ongnged in a brief
conversation with his honor. The
Mayor extended nu invitation to
tho party to lunch with him in
formally ut tho Parker houso to
day at 1:30.
At 11 today Minister Cooper,
Minister Hatch and others of the
party will pay thoir respects to
Gov. "Wolcott at tho Btato houso.
The reception will bo wholly in
formal, aud tho introductions will
bo made by Consul General Gil-
man, minister Hatch will return
to Washington this evening, but
Minister Coopor will remain in
Hoston about a week or 10 days.
At tho expiration of his visit here
he will visit Now York and Wash
ington, wlioro ho will pay his io
spects to President Cleveland.
Boston Globe, Nov. 17.
Rogarding the lunch tho Boston
Journal of the 18th says:
At 1:30 o'clock the party, un
der tho escort of Secretaries
Mullen and Robinson of
tho Mayor's office, lepaired
to Young's Hotel, wlioro they
woro entertained at luncheon by
Mayor Quincy. Tho Mayor riv
alled tho Govornor in his in
quiries concerning Hawaii, asking
many questions concerning the
commerco and exports of tho isl
ands, their population and espe
cially their mouotary affairs. His
inquiries woro met in tho most
coulial manner by Minister
Cooper, who sat nt the Mayor's
right hand. Mayor Quincy was
obliged to excuso himself to his
gueBts almost immediately after
the conclusion of tho luncheon,
and his place at the table was
supplied by Private Secretary
Million, who was toasted and
congratulated upon tho recent
addition of n son ii his family.
Thus tho first official recognition
of tho ropublio of Hawaii in Boston
passed off in tho most delightful
in it n nor.
Washington, Nov. 80. Tho
Hawaiian Miniittr of Stnto,
Mt. Cooper, who nrtived in this
countiy several weeks ago, reach
ed hero lust night. lie has boon
Bponding tho past week in Bos
ton and will loimiin hero about
ton days, when ho loine.i for Sun
Francisco. He states that his vis
it to this country iupuiely person
'd and that ho hiw nothing to say
for publit utit'ii It m ih'tiii'd tiint
hit) present i' !.t:n any onnoctiun
with the Hawaiian nuiu'Xtition
Suit' til l.ltjimr IliikliirH.
It is reported that an agreement
has boon readied by which tho An
chor saloon aud tho wholosalo li
quor business of tho Lovejoy estate
will bo sold to Giut Manor, tho
woll known harbor of tho Hawai
ian hotel, I), II.LdwIb, tho pres
old bookkeeper of tho ostato, aud
John It, Holt, ThocoiiHidorntion
named is $12,000, Tho Hido of
cmiiHO is mibjnct to tho approval
of tho Court,
Kvonlng Hullcll" 7So por month,
N. S. SACHS'
I i i i
A. Pino Assortment of
Useful and Ornamental Grooclfc?,
at exceedingly low prices. . . .
Hand Bags, Ohatplainsj and l-'uraes,
m alligator and seal and fancy leather. .
Hand Run Lace Scarfa and Collarettes,
in tho vory latest designs. ',
!Battenberg Lace Scarfs and Fancy Tidies,
with squares to match
Gruipure Scarfs and Emb. Toilet Sets.
A few choice pairs of
Chenille and Two toned Satinette JL-ortieres,
these aro now and vory olegant.
Embroidered Doylies, U"ine Damask Tow els.
a most elaborate assortment of
Ladies Kmbroidered Handkerchiefs.
These aro absolutely nnd boyond any question
of doubt, tho best values in the market.
Lace Bed Sets, Drawn "Work Squares,
At Prices that
Don't . Forget . the . Little . Folks !
Cashmere -and Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid
ery Hats, fine Infant Dresses,Bibs,
etc., otc, etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
"d?. Gr. D3733.x-OLia.!,,si Book
iStoiro, :F"o:r-fc St.
Preaenta ita usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
ZZT Karly Imjcrri secure tlie cliolco o( nokciloiis frum lltu llueit Uiica of 1SUT calendar
nml UlirWtmixB curds.
Hiiiui'h 1i itliior pnuds, lioliilu) l.ool: . ninl lmuUluU, giuutm fur
purl'Ji uii'l i 1 1, wAU (f nil hii .nut kimli.it dl mirmyoit, elo
llicil(H, iikh1', I iirii x, l.al m i 1. inn, kIuhi lly lorkdm,
idphaliut uwl biiildiuu liloi'ti ., i.il.lu-r ' ;., ir in toy, tin toy,
om toyrt int'nliiililc.il Uijm, toil it Hiili'liiiiit lit eels, rullg
cnio ticMiii), llower tiHiio, wliitf lima io duiuii;, miiuimiro
mid tuilut h lh, tr tvulnif; lannx. Iiruih Ui, woik biauii uud tmi.
lietH, jttioln mid niitogmih iiIIiiiiih, luillilny i'.iVtetii'H uud tu.
tiouury . xllvur mouutuil inkutundri, ilcsk indrf. (nldum, ipoiiKc
cupH, photo frmiH'H, elo.,cffloo muljioukot iliiuIcH for 1807, with
uiuiiy other intlcliH that uuut bo won to lie iiipavliitc(l,
UA Word to tho
GRAND EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS
I I OWA1 "v I ) I
t. Nw on Hulo nt tho Ait
will Please All.
. . . Headquarters
Wiso is BuffloiGnt."
- l I r.l 'C 1 :1 C( )C I v,
Ihoins of tho
.- MtkJ' rr'4k. u.