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EVENINO BULLETIN, AUGUST 20. 1805.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlioto wits no ruin nt "Waikiki
on Sunday morning.
Mnnngor Folk of tho Hawaiian
IUihond is ovor from Mabukona,
Itnthors of both soxcs wero vory
plentiful nt Waikiki bonch ycator
dny. Treaauror Sp.ilding of tho Ma
kco Sugar Company is in tho
Most of tho const mail was hold
ovor for tho Miowora duo next
Donblo orrora oh" ouo hit woro
notiood in Saturday's gamo at
All island mails olosod throo
hourB boforo tho sailing of stcani
ors this nftornoon.
600 Dozon Sooks, just received
nt Traoy's. $1.50 to 2.40 por
William Wright nud family nro
tomporarily occupying Jns. Stoin
or's Waikiki rcsidonco for a fow
It is said that some of tho regu
lars aro ns bndly scared over
cholera as they woro by the lato
J. F. CIny, olork of tho Senato,
oxpocts to get away by tho S. N.
Oastlo, whioh sails at noon to
morrow. Several porsons have boon near
ly drowned by venturing out to
tuo broakors at tho Waikiki rcof
during tho last fow days.
Both tho S. C. Allen and tho S.
.N. Oastlo will try hard to roaoh
San Franoisco ahoad of the othor,
tho formor having 2d hours start.
A Japanoso named .Naknjima
has boon committed to tho iusano
nsylum on tho tostimony of Dr. N.
JB. Emorson and Chester A, Doyle.
Although tho sailors woro not
allowod shoro loavo on tho Ben
nington tho oflioers wero gadding
around yesterday just tho snmo
A largo iron safo was hauled
down from tho govornmont build
ing and placed in tho Marshal's
oflico this morning. Hustace &
XjO. did the job.
A large and varied stock of
gonts' underwear will bo sold at
a big reduction at tho Tomplo
of Fashion. Clearuuco sale to bo
gin on Sopt. 2d.
Watoh tho Tomplo of Fashion
window, tho goods that aro to bo
sold at tbo big roduotion Bale will
bo displayed marked with plain
figures Salo begins on Sept. 2d.
Tho now office of the O. A. S.
S. Company on tho Mail wharf is
now finiBhod and fittod out and
has a big agency sign painted on
its front. Archie GilfUlan of tho
Paciflo Mail S. S. Company is
"290" is tho number most fro
quontly called ovor tho telephono
wires. It rings up the United
Carriage Company's stand, whore
Suporior Hacks, with safo and
courteous drivers, nro always to
bo found. A complete livory
outfit, including buggios and wncr-
gonettos, furnished at tho short
Andrew Brown, Suporintendont
of Wator Works, and W.O.Smith,
President of tho Board of Hoalth,
were at tho new flshmnrkot at six
o'olock this morning, sizing up
nfluirH, nnd soon had a force .of
men carrying off tho wator pipo,
old lumbor, carts and jnnk that
have accumulated thero during
tho past four yoars. Tho dobris
that ncoupied tho placo was mov
ed to tho lot adjoining.
Bort I'otorson and a party of
goutlemon wero nrrostou on tho
Waikiki road for driving without
sido lights about nino o'olook last
night, by a oouplo of ovor-zoalous
poficomon who would not listun
to roaeon. One of tho lamp ohlui
noys broke during tho drivo and
tho party had no moana of procur
ing another, owing to tho string
ont Bunday Jaw. Mr, Poteraon
was at onoo roluusod upon inaklng
this explanation at tho Htution
BOARD OF EDDOATION.
Itl.'PAIIlN TO MR niAUr. TO POItT
Hitch School Preparation to Proceed
Porllnvllli Apoliitiiionl ntul
Trniialcr of Teacher.
Thoro was a mooting of tho
Board of Education on Saturday,
at which Prof. W. D. Alexander,
succeeding "W. B. Castlo as pre
sident, was in tho chair. A va
cancy still oxists in tho momber
ship. A petition wbh presented from
many prominent rosidonts, asking
that somo position bo givon to
Prof. A. B. Lyons, latoly toacher
of soionoes in Oahu Collogo, so ns
to retain him in tho country. Tho
Board had proviously expressed
itsolf favorablo to tho same desiro,
but now had no available position
opon for Prof. Lyons.
A. J. Hadloy, who was appoint
ed to tho charge of Waianao
school, rosigned. Mr. Abernothy,
who has had charge of tho Reform
atory sohool in tho absenooof Mr.
Noodhum, was givon tho Waianao
Mr. Brightlaw was transferred
irom boing nssistant at Hanapope
to be principal at Koolau, Kauai.
W. B. Starkoy was transferred
from Kaupo to Wainiha, Kauai.
Tonohers woro furthor appoint
ed and transferred as follows:
Miss Maggio McCorriston, as
sistant at Hunuloi.
Miss Throuas, toaohor at Ana
Miss Emma Smith, second ns
sistant nt Waimea, Kauai.
Miss Pullar, to bo principal at
Popookoo, Hawaii, in pluoo of
Mrs. O.J. Stevens, resignod.
Miss Christiana Liloi, toacher
at Honomu, Hawaii.
M. Malakaua, assistant at Hi
Miss Nollio Smith, third assist
ant at Hamakuapoko, Maui.
A. C. McCartney, prinoipil of
waipio souooi, vico d. J. nice,
resigned. F. Greenfield takos tho
Kaauhuhu school in placo of Mr.
Miss Alico Wintor, third assist
ant in Houokaa school.
Miss Fleming, third assistunt
at Paia, Maui.
Fort streot school is to be re
paired by raising the sunken corn
er, strengthening it and putting
The Bishop premises on Emma
stroet, juBt acquired through le
gislative authority, aro to bo
fitted up immediately for tho pur
poses of a high school. It is in
tended to omploy for the now
school a teachor of classics and a
normal school toachor, in addition
to the preaent toaohors of the
highor grades in Fort stroet
Tho Honolulu Lnorosso club
will meot tonight at Y. M. C. A.
hall, that is if there is any lifo
left in the organization.
Clearance Sale !
Monday, Sept. 2nd, 1895.
Clerks are now busy marking goods down to bedrock; watch
this column and note from time to time tho prices that
I intend to sell goods for during the month
Don't Forget the Date,
Monday, Sept, 2, 1895.
Goods Marked in
A Paper rnrllllo.
Arrnngonii'iits havn boon tnudo
by which a newspaper plant will
bo shippod from this city as soon
ai pnssonger tcifllo to tiio-othor
islands isrosuraod. It will go in
charge of Olms. K. Spencor, for
merly foroman pi the old livt.hr.-
ti.v, who will take a similar posi
tion in Hilo. Tbo plant and pa
per is owned by a Hilo corpora
tion and its editor will bo a now
A Urn ml Pent lire
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that whilo it puri
nes tho Mood nnd sonds it coursing through
tho veins full of richness nnd health, it
also imparls now lifo nnd vigor to every
function of tho body. llcuco tho expression
bo often heard: "Hood's Snrwparilla nindo
n now person of ni." It overcomes Hint
tired feeling so common now.
Hood's 1'ilm nro purely vegetable pcr
feotly hnrmlcss, nlwnys lolirtblo nnd bono
LYCtfRGUS LODGING HOUSE
TOURISTS AND OTHERS VISITING
Hilo can find suitable board and loilirlm: by
calling on JOHN LYCUROUS.
In connection with tho above he can supply
you with ' '
Foreign nnd Domestic Fruits,
Clears nnd Tobacco,
Cool Drinks, etc.
DURING MY ABSnNCK ON KAUAI
durlne; the next two months all orders
lor milk or wood from Waianao Ranch will
havo tho careful nttentlon of Mr. Schlelsscr
who will beat the much otllco to rccclvo
telephone messages from 0.0 to 8 i. m. All
orders for cither milk or wood will bo
D. P. B. ISENBEBG.
IP YOU WANT GOOD
Ilnmoss, cithor slujlo or donblo. mado iu
tho latest Rtvlo nnil nf tlm lw mr.lmlnt Tf
you want n new nrrinRO top. If yon want
n nrev omss oaiiuio aiauo or any otltor Ar
ticle ill tlm llnraomi nr UuMW. ll., It tll
pay you to cnll on '
C. II. COLLINS,
.1.17 Kmr St.
P. O. Box -19G Telephono 002.
Notice to Shippers.
SHIPPERS BY THE STEAM
er "W. G. Hall" are roqnestod to
raako nil shipments for Kau, pre
vious to tho sailing day.
No freight will be rocoived after
8 o'clock a. m. on sailing day.
W. H. McLEAN,
Socrotary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Aug 21, '95. 81-lm
TO HAVE BORROWED SAY $3,000,
I from tho P. 11. & L. Association, nt
their last mooting, would huvo cost you
$37.60 per month, for say, 10 years, n total
of $4,600 3,000 when your mortgago would
bo cancelled, f4,6O0i51B00 Interest in 10
years, or $150 interest iu 1 year, $1605
porcont on $3,000.
Ofllce Hours: f30o
0.30 A. M.
I 5 1'. M.
Chamber of Commoroo Rooms.
A. V. GEAR,
aid I'onr nu:i:r,
mm of fashion,
TVOw in ProgrosH at
C20 1'ort Sheet,
Komnants of Silks, Wool . I . While nud Urown Cottons
Dress Opoods. Wash Mat- . . Shootings, Tal.lo Llnon, and
crials, Whito Goods, . . . . other odds and end. . . :
AT HALF PRICE.
All remnants marked with number of yards and prico in plain figures.
Our entire stock off.no Millinery nt greatly
'""' iiuin hi.
Tins great hoino-nmdo drink is as healthful as it is plons
ant. It is good all tho timo; good for tho children; good for
the grown-up folks; good for ovoryhody- harmful to nouo.
It kcops tho blood pure nnd cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of tho heat. It is absolutely freo from
a single intoxicating proporty nnd is everywhere recognized ns
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hire's Eootbeor oxtrnct will raako live gal
lons. The directions nro so simplo that anyono can make the
most delicious, sparkling, offorvoscont boverago without
trouble or oxponso. ABk your storekeeper for it, made onlv
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" We have nsod yonr Itootboor for tho last threoyonra and think there Is
nothing cqnids it. Mrs. N. Sickel, 398 Northampton street, Boston, Mass."
I havo boon us ng your Rootbeor for three years, nnd hnvo recommonded
H to many of my frionds. 1 luvo aho beon much plonned with it. It is re
freshing nonrishiug, in fnct wordi nro inadcouato to express its worth. Mns
S.IIuaun, Htato streot, botwocn Constanco, Now Orloaus, It, A., U. s! A."
HounoN Ditua Company Wholosnlo Druffrist.
Benson, Smith fc Company, Sb
HoLLisTEn Dnua Company, '
Lewis & Company, ." Gr
., ,Torc1lntl)'Pu.V,l,lwollv.01a,8,cwl"KMcUI"el11 wl'lcli wo place no much ronfidetica
itBoureM "two J'"U " lf "0t 'a,l"f,,('0'i, j'ou wy return U
yo inuKu i ins oner ucckubo we know our
Our Muchlno cot trifle moro wlioluule and ulU forn triflu moru retail lli.n .nv nil...
Machine Iu tho world, but It l worth It. Listen : It inakM " Z ItelS to le re?olS lo
while other make hut three and one half. In other word. you do wl at U three dlvI'worU
on ho o .1 yle .. wo days with the "Alandanl". If you are ll.v.l or buMit'u woMh
while. Psto thl Iu your bonnet, ' """ " WQr,n
The ".StuiKlaril" An both chain and lock tlileh.
The 'BtttinUr.l" ghf a written Kuaiitea for live )ear It do. every thluir Ih
bo done on ttonhiK Machlnu, what more do you want f lu
week ord?.,omh.l,"",1""C", ,lla" Bt KM,lTn
0. V. STURDEVANT,
Tol.091, Wnrlng IJlooV, !', 0, lhx, .102. Cor Fort nd Hor, 8K7
Honolulu, II. J.
Odc M Only.
icducod prices. Ladies nnd Children's trim-
n uik Bncnncc. C.tf
And bo can you in
side, outsido nnd
all tho way through
,,rlt'1"'- ",ll"u""" '"r ""' Kor rent by