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BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENFJRAL.
Tho Jloutngue-Faust cotiiiuiuy
Lawyer W. A. Kiuney returned
on tho Doric Inst evening.
The Board of Education will
hold its usual weekly session this
B.F.Dillingham issues a notico
to intending applicants for Oahu
Sugar Co.'s Btock.
Tho Doric cuino down in G dayB
and G hours. She lind sixteen
passongor's for this port.
Tho Christian church Sunday
school will have its Christmas
next Wednesday evening.
The Montague Faust Company
again tonight at the opera house,
with an outiroly now program.
Mr. Nichols of Wall, Nichols
Co. has tho Bulletin's thanks for
rare latest dates by the Doric.
A judicial notice, in the matlor
of tho estate of Anna M. Arm
strong, is published in this paper.
Enlarge your own portrait with
a Pomtograph. King Bros, have
them for sale at 50c. and 81.50.
W. S. LiiceV) sale of art works
and household articles of utility
and decoration begins at 7 o'clock.
The Alameda was delayed at
San Francisco 12 hours by tho
non-arrival of tho English mails.
There will be a sale of fancy
articles at Knwainhno Seminary
tomorrow aftornoou, beginning at
2 . in.
W. Bittenfeld, who has bepn
engaged in the monufneturo of
nnnitod waters, left on tho Aus
Justico C H. Gnrnuttn of tho
California Supremo Court, with
his family, arrived on tho Doric
The bond will play at tho ITa
waiian hotel this evening at 7:30,
tho occasion being theanival of
Hon. Viildomnr Kuudson of
Kauai and Miss M. Knudscn aro
welcomed homo in the Doric by
their many friends.
A meeting of mombers of tho
Pacific Tennis club is called for
tomorrow noon at tho Safe Do
posit Company's ofilce.
Tho Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany - Sturdevaut case will ho
beforo tho Supremo Court next
week on a wiit of error.
Tho fall term of Mrs. Gunn's
dancing school will oud on Friday
night with a danco in Arion hall
to music by tho Hawaiian Quin
Lucas Bros, commeucod work
yostorday on the now mansion ou
Kiugstroot for John S. Walker.
A force of Bix carpenters is ot
Commissioner Marsden is dis
tributing about 2000 trees per
month from the government uur
sory, and thoro aro plenty left for
anyone wishing any.
Twenty-nine rcsoB of diphtheria
with soveu deutha are reported in
San Francisco for the first nine
days of December, and tho health
authorities wore becoming alarm
A. V. On a", local agent of Ihe
Germania Life Iusurance Com
pany, is distributing handsome
and convenient desk calendars
and pocket momoraudum books
with tho compliments of the com
Thoro will be a special meeting
of tho Kilohana Art League in
the League rooms at 7:30 o'clock
this evoning. Evory member is
requested to bo present, as mat
ters of groat importance will bo
A colored lithograph in tho
show windows of Mr. Rodriguos,
tho Fort atreot tailor, has been at
tracting attention. It represents
ongagemonts of last year's cam
paign in Portuguese East Africa,
which resulted in tho capture ot
Tho now hoadquarters of tho
Annexation Club on Merchant
street aro receiving a fresh coat
of paint today by order of Chief
Justico Judd, tho owner of the
building. Thero is a very goueral
kiok from members, however,
about tho color selected.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Dread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Suitable presents for Christmas
can be found at N. S. Sachs.
Mrs. r. D. Alexander is a re
turned voynger from tho Coast.
Tho Mounted Reserve had
monthly drill atMakiki last night.
Tho Alameda loaves for tho
Colonies at 10 o'clock this even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. MoOhosney
and family arrived homo in tho
G. H. Umbsen. a prominent
Sap Francisco real estate oxport,
is in tho city.
Dr. J. M. Peebles is booked to
leave for tho colonics ou tho Ala
Among the arrivals by tho Ala
meda woro C. D. Ohaso and
Honry Bolster, an omployo of
tho File department, is laid up
with cold and fever.
Tho catch made by tho police
drug not this morning was eight
dogs and one drunk.
Tho Btoro of N. S. Sachs will
bo open every night until Christ
mas beginning tonight.
Romomber tho groat Christmas
sale of sculpture, painting, etc.,
by W. S. Luco this evening.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. dis
plays two windows full of water
color paintings by local artists.
Superintendent Brown gives tho
usual notice of duo day tor water
rates. Save the extra 10 per cent.
It is expected that tho next
steamer from Hawaii will bring
tho uow.i ot Jimmy Bolster's
Mrs. John Lucas has returned
from her excursion to tho East
where sho enjoyed a
tuste of reul winter,
Busses will leuvo town, seo
notico elsowhoro, for free convey
ance of peisons wishing to view
tho Kapabulu lots on buuday.
Urn. Isbister Jr., tho obliging
mail agent of tho New Zealand
Government on tho Alameda, has
tho Isulletin's cordial thanks for
tho vory latest Sau Francisco
Kainailo, a nativo boy, pleaded
guilty ot hubitiiul disobedience to
His guardian in tho polico court
this morning. Judge Wilcox sus
pended sentence ponding good
Oliver O. Swain, of tho Ha
waiian News Co.'s stair, is thank
ed for a paper by the Doric, fiom
which tbo oiunmary of the Presi-
dent's message, elsowhore, has
A letter from D. Howard
Hitchcock with comment tuereon,
also a leading article, havo had to
bo litted out of today's pages to
mako room for foroign mail mat
ter, it will appear tomorrow.
The thrco Chinese charged with
assaulting a nativo hack driver
with a vory long name woro tried
by Judge Wilcox this morning
und dibuburged. JL'hoy were de
fended by A. G. M. Robeitson.
J. Alfred Magoon and A. V.
Gear havo joiutly taken the
agency of tho Germania Life In
surance Co. Mr. Magoon will
collect tho premiums, whilo Mr.
Gear will husllo for business.
The boys about town who are
interested in the coming field day
of tho Athletic Association are
wouderiug whether the govern
ment will declare the Saturday
procediug or Mouduy following
January 17th a legal holiday.
An Altcrmioii lllnze.
Tho nliii'in of fire this aftornoou
nt l:io wna caused by a blu.o in
tho furnituio factory of Ah ilte.
situated on Nuuanu und Pauahi
streots, with un entrance on ouch.
In tho rear of tho workshop there
is n largo bin in which is stored a
quantity of dried salt grass, used
fur stuffing mattresses. Children
playing with matches sot this
crass on lire and tho place waa
ubltzo in a moment.
Fortunately a two-inch stroain
of water and abundance of liO30
woro handy and tho eight or ten
workmen employed in tho placo
did not loso their presence of
mind. Tho arrival of tho chomi
cal engine soon completed the
drowning out of tho fire, before
the other engines arrived.
Tho du ma go was only nominal.
Six months ago tho department
was called to tho samo place for a
similar fire. Ah Heo has hud a
furnituro factory on tho game
piomiGi'S for thirty-ono years.
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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HoDTOft i)f L'A CoyattVi.
Mr. mill Mrs. Samuel G. Wilder
' nro homo from tho grand tour
taken for thoir honoymoon.
In tho polico court this morn
ing three drunks woro fined tho
usual amount; ono chofa ticket
peddler S20 and an opium smoker
S50 with costs.
Father Clemontino Deymann,
tho head of tho Order of b't. Frau
cib on tho Pacific Coast, died at
Pliceuix, Arizona, on December
4th. Ho was buried iu tho old
Mission chmch at Sauta Barbara.
Notico of foreclosure and Bale
is givou regarding a mortgage to
Ellen G. Ljman of Hilo. Jos. F.
Moi'tiim will Bell tho property,
situ.ite at Lahaiua, on January IS.
Thurston !u Stanley aro tho attor
t JIain Ofllco Tclephono No. 0.1
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Oahu Lumber and Building Co., I'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Oils, Builders' Ilirdwaro, "Wall Papors and
Malting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
Mnin Offlco. Lrlco, King street. Branch Olllco mid Pltiuing Hill, corner King and
Bethel Htreets. Lninbor Yunlx, Lelco nntl Lot ueur B. B. Duiot. l'rivnto tmck conuoct
ini with O. B i-1. Co. U. It. runs through our yiinls to B. It. wlmrf and nny jmrt of
Ewa aud S umu-jo BUtlcin. -lh.'l-tl
Hints ForYburChrl8tmas Shopping
Court Plaster Cobos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkors,
Pocket Cork Scrows,
Collar Button Boxes,
Neck Tio Rings,
Nook Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver some as Low as 50 Cents.
JH. 3?. "WK3HMAN.
Auction Sales hy W. S. Luce.
EtfEM X WlJLE
Grand Art Goods
Deo. 17, at 7 o'clock,
1 nhfill Midi at my Sales Rooms
corner Fort and Queen sis., a
m ignificont nssorlmout of
comprising copies of some colo
brated niccos now in the Vatican,
2?nintiiis from tho brush
of celebrated Foroigu and Local
N'ickol and Gilt TABLKS
C.irvcrs Ivory Handle Knives
Forks, Spoons, Entree Dishos
Hon- bou Dishes, TolopcopeB
Watch Aneroids, Tuormometers
Combination Liquor Stands
Algerian Lamps und Shados
Japanese Inlaid O.ibinets fc Dosks
Rugs, Silk Handkerchiefs
Foautifully embroidered, and
other Fancy ARTICLES too
numerous to mention.
Do not loso this fine chanco of
obtaining iniv, novol and unique
presents for Weddings or Cbrist
mas. Goods on view nil duy Thursday
nt my sals rooms. For further
particulars of this grand sale,
plO'itw refer to a "write up" urti
clo iu tin.-, papbr.
Tho Single FnrnWIicd ItoornR In n nice
locality hMiIii a lew minutes walk of tho
curs. Itnimie nt UiU olllco. -ISI-ot
No. 222 lirnuch OOlce Telcphoco No. 833
Shoo HoruB and Hooka,
Nail and Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bou Boxos,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dental FIosb Cases.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
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A- Xino .AsMortmont of
Useful and Ornamental Goods,
at exceedingly low prices
Hand Bags, Cliatelo-ins and Fmyos,
in alligator ami seal and fancy leathor. .
I-Iand Run Lace, Scarfs and Collarettes,
in tho vory latest designs
Battenborg JLace Scarfs and Fancy Tidies'
with squares to match
G-uipu re Scarfs and PCrnb. Toilet Sols.
A few choico pairs of
Chenille and Two toned Satinetto .Portieres,
these aro now and vory elegant. . . ,
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Damask Tow els.
a most elaborato assortmout of
Dadies Fmbroidorod 1-Iandkorchiefs.
These aro absolutory and beyond any question
of doubt, tho best values in tho 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., etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
Giyen Away !
3?. C3r. B3?3bLDT-U.330.!'S Boofe.
Store, jF'ouc-t SJi;.
Presents its usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
rf" Early buyers securo tlie cliolco of Beluct loin from the finest lines of 1SU7 calcmlan
and Christmas cards.
Itnropp'H louthor Roods, holiday looks nml booklet, gnmes for
parlor and fluid, dolls of nil sizes and kiuds.doll carringon, vclo
cipodes, wokouh, bnrrowH, baby nwing chnirn, shoo fly rockem,
nlphttbut nud bulldinR blocks, rnbbor toys, iron toys, tin toys,
wood toys, moohnnlcal toys, motiil nml chiim teu hetH, rolls
crone tissuo, flower thsno, white china for painting, manicure
and toilet sets, traveling otiscs liniBb nets, M-ork boxes nnd hw
lcots. photo and nntogrnph nlbnnw, holiday papoterios and sta
tionery, silvor mounted inkstiiuds, desk pads, folders, sponge
cups, photo frames, etc , office nml pookot diaries for 1897, with
many other articles that must bo seen to be appreciated,
"A Word to the Wise is Sufficient."
AUCTION - SALE - OF - PAINTINGS
By P. nOWAUD IIITOHCOCK,
Monday, Dec. lst, at lO a. m.
Cu At tho Art lvooins of tho '"
PA.CIFIC HA.KJDWA.nJd CO.'
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