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Daily Bulletin Supplement, Octouev 27, 1894.
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Presents for Everybody
Cttk A'wiyt Tvki Tkre(ort
Calk Prlcti ara Miie.
HANDSOME GIFT BOORS
At Publishers Prices;
BlblM and Prayer Books,
fine Boclety Koto 1'apers in Uteit
lwn Tennis Supplies.
Xiuas Cards, Calendars and Booklets,
NOVELTIES of ill Dtscrip'.lons 1
Pa'ntsand Painting IlooV.
Qenulno I X L Kulvo Mid llazors,
Hair Uruhs and Combs,
Velocipedes and Wacom,
Domestic Sewing Machines
Honl Selnc MablncS60 Up,
Boating Mug and llruslics,
3D0llS and TOVS
In Great Variety;
Leather Goods In Purse, Diaries,
Pocket Duok. Ktc, Kto., htc,
Drawing Matt rials.
And Don't Forget no have added a
And all 8abicrlptlons will hare
Ortcri far Huio ky Etry Staar.
Grocery v Store
322 NUUANU STUKKT, i
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
)tel and King 81:
Has opened a Flrst-claa Grocery Bio'n
as above. Ho will ktep always on hand
th. Best and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
jsa. Parcbases delivered to all parts
ol the Ciiy.
Xufvitvinl Tolopliosxo SS7.
T All Loteri o! 8ea Bathing!
will oc xarr in
' N. B Sneclal Accommodation for
LAdies and uniirirm. nao-uu
NOTICE IS HKB.KBY GIVES THAT
all claims against tlio Criterion H.i
loon will bit settled by Mr Jus. F. Mor
gan, and all outstanding accounts due tlit
Criterion Ualuou and thu Jobbing Iiihish of
L. H. Dee up to the above ilatn nre iiiyahlu
to Mr. L. H. Dee. All bills ag'lnst I,. H.
Dee please present immediately fur my.
tnen; L. IJ. DKK
Honolulu, OcU I, U9L liM-3ui
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, Oct. 18.
Per 8. S. Monowal.)
District Judgo Scott of Nebraska
defied tbo other fivo Judges of the
District sitting as a Court. They
had granted tlio desiro of Editor
Ilosowalor of the Omaha Bee to bo
tried on n chargo of libel by some
other Judge than Scott, but the lot
ter made au order nullifying their
action, and notifying Mr. Itosotvator
to appear before hi in at a giveu
A woman giving her name as Miss
0. II. Slsko is locked up iu Chicago,
the police alleging that she stolo
more than auy two thieves who
operated at the World's Fair. Let
ters under several names were found
in her possession.
Mgr. Satolli, the Papal Delegate
to the Untied States, is to be made
Mr, liliza Carson, ngod 7 years,
is cited in Chicago to show cause
why a conservator should not be
appointing for hor properly. Sho
ha a mania for traveling. The old
lady has spent $70,000 in the pmt
eight years in transatlantic voyage,
having oroMd the oeau about 120
times, Ponding the hearing Pro
prietor Kiltiedgn of the Lelaud
iiotel is restrained from delivering
to Mrs. Carson papers of Iters in his
keeping estimated to be worth $JW,
000. Hermann Freoso of Devota City,
Nebraska, has been arrested for
swindling lite Homer Statu Iisuk.
He was found tiod up, when he said
ho had boeu overpowered by rob
bers, who took several thousand
dollars. Lately detectives found
the money iu n well on his premise.
About 200,000 volumes huve been
bought for the Xowlwry Litirarv
in Chicago. From 23,000 to JT.0,000
a year will be spent iu buying now
books and tnauuseripts.
llaviug given the city authorities
of Chicago some valuable assistance
in thu work of supuressing gamb
ling iu Chicago, Dr. William O.
Clarke and some of his friends havo
organized au association for the pur
pose of suppressiui uambliwr else
where. Articles of incorporation
were issued by the Secretary of
Stato to-day for au International
Anti-Gambling Association. Ivlward
F. Onir, otto of thu incorporators,
will be traveling anti-gambling evan
gelist. During the production of the play
of "Uncle Josh Sprueebv" at the
opera-house at Marengo, Illinois, the
other niuht, Huso X. Morgan, one of
the leading actors, iu arranging thu
saw iu thu sawmill scene accident
ally lot his hand fall between thu
saw and thu log, and thu member
was literally torn to pieces, li was
amputated at thu wrist later. Uy
his self-possession a panic was nar
rowly averted. Nearly a dozeu ladies
in thu audience faiuted.
Tho Austrian bud cot for 189.")
shows a surplus of 2.iri7,707 florins,
which, added to tho 18'JJ surplus of
'-"J.f.OO.COO florins, and deducting for
gold turned into coin, will make thu
, actual surplus $23,0(10,000.
Gladstone, denies a report in the
Londou World that ho retired from
Parliament to take holy orders.
1 It is olllcially annouueed at Urns
sols that tl)H result of thu recent
elections iu Belgium under the new
system of universal sulTrago voting
HliotVH that sevcuty-soveu Catholics
have been elected to thu Chamber
of Deputies against seven Liberals
and Radicals aud twelve Socialists
elected to thu same body. Of the
fifty-six reba'llotH which am necessary
it is believed to be probable that tho
majority of those relumed will be
lis Chancellor Leist, formerly
German Administrator of the Came
rootis district, West Africa, who wa
recalled fur brutality, liasou convic
tion only been condemned to bo
traut-forrcd to a minor post and have
i his salary reduced one-fifth. Thu
charges against him wcr 'f the
most startling character, itielu'iing
ono of flogging nativo women, and
another of subjecting enptivesto
torturing treatment, thou having
them shot down like wild bwuts n
a repono to their piteous com-
Elaints. Tito public proeeutor, who
ad been to the Cameroon to in
vestigate tho matter, in nddressiug
thu Court said that I.eit had set all
moral principles at defiance.
President Hippolyto of Hayli, in
a hand to hand fight, gave his Min
ister of War so 1ml a whipping a,
to confine him to bed.
A despatch received in Paris from
Tangier reports that Morocco City
has been iu n stnlu of rebellion fur
the pist wek. The ult:tti' C.iHph,
Prince Muley Abba, i hemmed iu
by the insurgents owing to his at
tompt to execute thu Sultan's order
to arret Said Behama. Tie Said
rvsistt il desperately and finally com
milted suicide to evade being taken
ARRIVAL OF HIE ALBERT.
Captain Griffiths Brings n Ooodly
Nuuibor of IV oplo this 'Xrip
Tho bark Alb-rl, Capt. GrilHths,
arrived this morning after n rather
lengthy jaago of 'ighteen da)s.
Coplniu Urilllthn enid to a IU'Lt.trrtN
reporter that the passage was "line.
at leat too lime eighteen uayi.
The Albert had sixty mules mid two
horses on deck, thu properly of Mr.
Winter, who was n pantcngcr. In
addition to the general cargo Cap
tain Griffiths brought n big cic,
containing drums for thu Salvation
Army. The Albert had uiuepaseu
gets. Captain Grilliths is accom
panied this trip by his wife, daugh
ter and son, who are just paying a
visit to tlio Paradise of the I'ncifle.
If the Albert be iu port, Grilliths,
son of tho captain, will take part in
tho bicyclo races on Nov. "JU, The
Albert Is at Brewer's wharf.
"I would rather truit that medi
cine than any doctor 1 know of,"
says Mrs. llaitio Mason ol Chilton,
i Carter Co., Mo.t iu speaking of
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera aud
' Diarrh(ia Homcdy. For sale by
all dealers, lleusou, Mitilli K Co.,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands. '
Vulf. for 11. Kltmmr, thr V;i(V'
CBBIIFId&TC OF RC;IiTftAT10M
OKUTIFI ATi:iF IlKulsritATIOS
has limi ttritiit-il Tli C li I1ini
Co. b. hi) D.'i'U'tnent n( tlm Ii.ti-rlur
lurthe'r limit llrr. Th icilllii'ite ilo-o
grant un'o the rul.t Th- C K. Illri-n Co.
th i xo u-lvn it-e ol 'lie Mini Trmle Marc
(ltifl llrer) ihrililid it'll tti llu-i . In
lamN lur tb leritiof 1M yi-rs ilolui; from
tint I'Jih !) u( Of. bur. If'l, unit ihey mi
ler-by warn no"'1" unli.i 11 f ruii
Uxiii tbclr rUli'H, clt'i- r in muniilto tiring
or li oil llei;x-ui Iih l.'iiiit I It r.
IITD-lw 'J'liK !'. i:. IIIIIKH CO.
ajl lining i-wci'i, li. ur CTO
Alililv to tSji
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A.M. ivixjiii iur iiiikmi Kru- afrvBl
ill-man niiunirii oil iierv- ntisiii
lanla HtriM-t. 15 til n ti t--t SwifeS
walk from Post Olllce. Aditrei "C,"
this otUce. IU-'J-tf
A FEW I.AKOK AIltY
UIII'vk iu fin on
mudeiao- tenm on tho
hnimil Ho r uf thu Hn -o- '
kel' llniik Itli. k AiiuU u,
llfeMiu Wm (I. I KWI S .t CO.. In.
AT WAIKIKI ON Til R
quarters for one or two Bin
ule (ientlfiiimi: txmrd on-
tloual; battling faoilltleit good,
Will'. t Hltl.l K.TIM OKKIMK
"" TO LE-A
rpilK IMtKMIHKK ON ,e .
X. HcIiimiI unit Kiiimit c-,'4iyil
streets, lalely ill theiceu. iTjJ.jlJiSl
imtetl ol Mr. (l.o. W. Mti-ttgiSS
Hinith. and known an ' Kelieluina ' iur
lurtber natlluulkra aiply at tin- oltlrc ul
USi-ti ChUlL UUOWN.
20 lbs. W
will tell you
It la the
FOR SAI.K MY THF.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Ag'-nts for the llnrallnn Iland.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Bright. 16.2 Weight, 1,300.
Heck Chl-f, 1.1 III: bv Mocking Chief,
Jil'i; tit Clark Chief, K; by Mambrlnu
t li of. It; by Manhrlim l'ayinatr by
Mniiili i tit by Imported Men-einet; StoeL
Cliiel'nilamH Dill bv Alitar 4'.'; by Al
umni .11: by Alexanders Ab la lah, IS; by
lliimblctiiuliii, lu; tiv AUIillali, I; by
Mtiiihntmhv lniNirtil Mcirnger. "I.Ike
Kegels I.Ike." lined to tlio beu
Terms Cash. Fee $25.00.
sv- Further Information can be ob
A. IU KOWAT. D. V. H
tet'Mf.-rt tr yirt Kinir Ht'rl.
rl. I. U1IAW, l'roirleUir
and Fine Beer
II KM. TKLKMIOSR VJI.
Cor. King and Nuinvnu Street, Honolulu.
A LIMITED NUMIIRK OF BHAUK1
in iH billtb Kntlt IVidfe C(iilMliy
Thu Cumi'iuy luei aciiilred live hundred
iifrennf cullec laud III feuslmii'ent l'aiia-.',
!-iiiiiIi Kiiiii, Jlawnil, alaiut tlirro and one
half inilei (ruin lloiniloa Nudlng. The
laiel liiiuuiiig Hut liot for collue growing
Iu Kiiua, the hiII couxliitlugof very rich a-a
ami easily worked. A largo number of
khuiui b.ivu alrculy been suhdcrlhcd fur.
Car Aiiply to
J M. MOSHAUKAT,
Cartwrlght's Illock, Merchant utrret,
II IllllS. ll.'llt-lf
Episcopal Churcli Services!
BKdlNNINO OS HUNDAY. OUTOIIKK
tlth, regular mnrnlng and uvi'iilug
M-rvlce.i will lit-held by thu Meile'dliit '.i
ciiiKil hurch ol Honolulu. llf'. II. V.
I'l.i'K, I'u-tor, In thu hall, at the corner ol
1'iirt anil lloiel ftreeti iThlstle, formerly
Annexation CiiiIi IIooiih).
A formal oratiltatliiii of thU Church
will take ilai'u on tiiimlay, Novembers
All Clirli-tuiiH iintitlllllatuil with any other
Kvangellcal chinch are iuvlteJ to unite In
this orguulution. 1167-lm