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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 30, 1899.
TOjionnowB yacht nvs.
' The yacht ran to Ford's Island
and return tomorrow will be a
great success. Tlid Htwaii, Ho
lene aud Bonnie Dundee have
entered so that there will be really
two olnseea. The full list of yachts
that will b in tho run tomorrow
is as follow: Bonnie Dundee, Ho
lene, Healnui, Volante, Pokii,
Abbio M, E lith L, nnd Dewoy.
Tlioro will bo pirties on each
yaobt and a jolly ti mo is antici
From Em Way.
Deputy Sheriff Faneuf was in
' town today. He reports the fining
of a Japnueso of Ewn plantation
8100 and coat for assault with a
deadly weapon to wit, a bottlo, on
A lopnr from Puuloa was
brought to town the other dtty.
The fellow admitted that ho was
afflicted with the disease before ho
wbb married and that now he ha'
four childrn. He mado bis living
In connection with the Sewing Society of
St. Andrew's Cathedral, l
Saturday, Sept. 30th,
In the Cathedral Grounds.
Flower, Fancy, Hawaiian, Fijian, Sewing,
Gmdy, Lemonade, Ice Cream.
Coftee Tables, i
And Grab Bag '
Emerald Glee Club In Attendance, j
Doors optn ii a.m. to j p. tn.;7too jop.m,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVET THAT .
the stock books of the Walmanalo Sugar
Company will be closed to transfers from J
the 27th to the 30th Insts., Inclusive. f
A dividend will be due and payable at
the office of VM. G. IRWIN & Co., Ltd., '
baturday, bept. 30. ,
H. At. WHITNEY, Jr.,
Honolulu, Sept. 26, 1899. 1336
Rule 2i of the Regulations for Hack and
Passenger Vehicles, publlshod under the
provisions of Section 102, of Act 64, of the
Session Laws of 1890, Is hereby revoked.
J. A. KING,
Minister, of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 27, 1899.
Aloha Collection -
PUBLISHED BY CHARLES A. K. HOPKINS.
Price $3.00, 7 cents a Song!
Contains tho Following Choice Selections:
1. Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee).
2. Ua Like no a Like.
3. Ke Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
5. "Maul (Two Step).
6. Kalakaua's Serenade (Duet).
7. Makalapua, Lllluokalanl's Ser
9. Lei PonI Mol (Wreath of Car
11. He Lei No Kalulanl (Wreath for
12. Alnahau (Kalulanl's Home).
ij.' Nu'a o ka Palal.
14. Nuuanu Walpuna.
15. Wal oPunalau (Waters of Puna'-
16. Sweet Violet.
17. Malkal Walplo (Beautiful Wal-
iS. Poll Pumehana.
19. Ka Inu Wal.
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20. Sweet Lei Lehua.
21. Na'l Aupunl.
23. Remember, He Sure and Be
24. Pua 0 ka He-1 (Sweet Rose Bud).
25. Pua Sadlnla (Gardlnlas).
26. Akahl Hoi (For Once Again).
27. OI Hoi Ha.
28. Adlos Ke Aloha (Adieu, My
29. Walplo. (
30. Paahana, "Hula."
31. Na Atolokama. -
32. Haiti Po I ka Lehua.
33. Sunny Manoa.
34. MaunawllI, "Hula."
36. Moanl Ke Ala (Two Step).
37. Tom!, Toml, "Hula."
38. Lei Ohaoha.
39. Willwlll Wal.
40. Sweet Lei Mamo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
II. E Bootbby cull at Bulletin
E. Wodebouso bus rilurucd
Tribune wheel nearly ntw. Soe
For Sle columu.
Rawei will speak in tbrt Y. M.
0. A nt Sunday oftornoon's meet
ing. For eobool children's clothing
tbo Hash id the store tbat can
A large number of the soldiers
were op on tbo Executivo build
ing grounds today.
Tbe Metropolitan Meat Compa
ny received by tbe Warrimoo
Fraser river salmon.
Qo to thn fair nnd luau on tbo
grounds of St. Andrew's Cathedral
this afternoon nnd evoning.
Hamilton Hill, tbo young Am
trnlian baritone, will sing at tbe
St. Andrew's fair nnd luau tbia
Miss May Daraob leaves in tho
City of Pekin for tho States. Sho
will spend' tbo winter in Now
This is tbo day that tbo Ha
waiian Rifle Aesociation and four
military companies will shoot At
the Eakaako butts.
A dividend id duo nnd payable
to the stockholders of tbo Inter
Island S. N. Co , on Tuesday, 13rd
inst. See New Today.
Mrs. Qunn's cauciug school
opens at 3:30 o'clock Monday nf
tprnoon. All those children who
intend to join should bi present
at that time.
Tho nrmy pooplo claim the
honor of hiving brought the first
horseless carriages to Honolulu.
They object to giving tin palm. to
H. P. Baldwin.
A concort will bo given tonight
at the Bungalow by tho Twenty
seventh Iufnntry bind in honor
of the ollicera of tho National
Guard of Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. It Liahman, Miss
0. A. Carter, Mrs. J. .N. 8. V:1
liama nnd Mrs. W. L. Green were
among tho passengers in tbe War
rimoo this morning.
A lneotino of tbe committee on
entertainment of tbe Boys' Brigade
is cauea ror xuonuny at o:io p. m.
at the Y. M. 0. A. hall by Chair
man Armstrong Smith.
Next Friday afternoon tlfere
will boagatreof football between
the day scholars and boarders at
Oabu College. This will bo the
first game of tho season.
The 27th Regiment bnud has
kindly ofTorcd its serviced to those
in charge of the St. Andrew's fair
aud luau and will play on tbe
grounds from 3 to 5 this nftcrnoou.
The "R. A G." corsets are ac
knowledged by tsocioty ladies to
be tho bist in, tbo market. Mado
in eiiiht different btyleu to suit
any figure Soe N. S. Snol)9 &
Co.'s ad on pngo !.
On Monday ovening Ra wei will
deliver nnuther interesting nnd
iuslt uutive lecture ou New Zju
laud and tbo Maoris. Splendid
lantern illustrations of ecouory
and native customs.
Nativo Ilawaiians should attend
the musical and pictorial enter
tainment, dr soriplive of Maori life
and customs at Y. M( 0. A. ball
ou Monday, October 2nd. Admit
sion, '25c. and 50c. Doors open
Tbe 27th Regiment band gave a
very good ooLoert of sereral num
bers on tbe grounds of tbe Ha
waiian hotel last evening, playing
for tho most part, popular songs
or. mo clay, mere was quite a
Tbo Star Dairy Oj. Ltd , an
nounce that owing to tho ravages
of tbe homily among tho milking
slock advance in freight on bulky
feed and tbo present dry season
the company is obliged to advanoo
tbo price of milk to twelve conts a
quart coramenoiug October lit.
T. McCants Stewart denies em
phatically having either written
or iuspirod the article that nppoar
ed over his Bi'gnnturo in yester
day morning's paper. Ho etatos
tbat ovidonlly the piece of work
done to injure him nud that
who eiguod, foiged bis
Ttiero wits a largo atlcmlnnco at
tbo Y. M. 0. A. reception Inst
ovening. Tbo following program
was given: Two selections for
mandolin and guitar by Ames and
Kauai, parallel bar exbibition by
A. J. Coats and W. II. Barlb, and
tniioy Indian club-swinging by A.
J. Coats and Fronk Atberton.
Tbe enrollment at tbe various
bootbs was very larg
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