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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
AiiHtrnllii nt -1 i. in.
Hand concert nt timmn
nt 7:30 tonight.
Hum I'urkcr is homo ngnin from
The HiiBon of nnnuul tnostings
is nt iniiHi.
Times wore lively along tlio
Many filiinpinc items :iro crowd
ed out of this issuo.
Kx Ministor Thurston hits taken
to tho bicycle.
Somo wooden cnlvorts on tho
1'uloln road uro rotton.
K'Uiluiioku is undor nrro.st for
beating his ngcd mother.
Tho Uonnington should return
'from Kiumi this afternoon.
Fred. Harrison is expected homo
by the Aiwtrii'ia today
Tho guards nt tho Puli wero re
moved this morning.
It rninod linrd in Pnlolo vnlloy
for'nu hour yostorday afternoon.
Screon doors nro boing put up
nt tho eutrnuce to tho Land office.
Kxtromo sulfrinoss of wonthor
prevails and houvy rains uniy bo
Mnuun and Nnkai, two native
cho fufaports, worouriestcd ut 9:30
Sevon drunks wore nrrestcd bo
tnuon Saturday noon and Inst
Edward and Harry call for 5000
men to gotnway with Soattlo beer
at tho Louvro.
Hilo pooplo say n first-clnss
shoe htoro in that thriving burg
would puy well.
Tho Advortisor bus a grontly
improved appearance in a now
dross of typo.
Dr. N'.cholls and fumily will
occupy tho llobrou jnoraisos at
"Waikiki for a tirao.
G. B. Tildou, formor manager
of tho Star, isno.v in business in
Ooo. N. AVilcox, tho Kauai
sugur planter, uamo in yosterdny
on tho MikahaLi.
Tlio Iusano Asylum is boing
furnished witli taio paid out of
the oxtra choloru appropriation.
Mrs. K. Spencer was arrosted
by Ollicor Aupuoi this morning
for piofanity on tho public strootti.
Much local news of intorost loft
over mi Saturday from want of
space appears on tho insido pngos.
Tho Australia will brine about
t three weeks' mail, u Inch will ninko
timos lively about tho post otlico
Regular excursion trains on
Saturdnj's und Sundnys to Wai
nuae mid return nro scheduled
Candidates for tho vncant lieu
tonancy in Company D. , onusod
by tho resignation of J. W. Jones
Tho two funorals yostorday
nftoruoon causod quito n falling
oifin tho aftomoon attoudanco ut
the Waikiki resorts.
E.l). Baldwin, tho Ililo survoyor
and cofl'oo pluntor, is in tho city
and will romain over until tho
next Kinnu sails.
Tho heavy timbers which form
tho raftors of tho roof of tho new
Cold Storage Works aro being
placed in position today.
Mi?n Outhhortson, ouo of tho
nurses at the Quoun's llospitil, is
enfoyiug a wook's vacation nt
"Wright's Villa, Waikiki.
Mrs. Oharlos Turner, tho Ha
waiian singer, is oxpoctod back
from Australia shortly to porma
nontly reside in this city.
S.'uUlo Beer is n mild and refresh
ing drink. It will oreato ilesh
nnd genorally improve tho system.
Ou diaught ut Oiitorion.
Captain Good and ndotnehment
of Co. E, filling a bus, wont down
to the butts this afternoon to
practice for tho piizo nile coutost.
Tho eloctrio lighting urrungo
inonts of Kuwaiahao church woro
tried ou Saturday evening and
provod to be perfect in cvory ro
spoct. N. S. Sachs rosorves his spaco
in this paper for important things
to sny lator. Ills woll-fillod stoio
will, bo found in its old plnco just
Thoro is quito a rovivnl of in
terest in boating matters. A
EVENLNQ BULLETIN, O0TOIH3K 21, 18!)o.
nntnbor of Hoalnni B0.1t Olub
onrmon woro out practicing yes
Tlio contract for clothing for
tin troop9 has not yot boon
awarded. Quartormaster Ashley
hopes to got n mooting of tlio
board shortly to consider the
The Bishop of Panopolis is ex
pected by tho Australia this after
noon, togothcr with Fnthor J'nin
philires, a priest who hns beon
assigned to this diocese.
L. H.Ivtrr has roceived by tho
Austrnlia a now lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and cro.un
oropons and whito cottou duck
for ladies' nnd children's dresses.
E. A. Mclnorny, W. M. Giffiml
and (J. A. Brown went down tlio
railroad yestorday on n shooting
expedition nnd got thoroughly
wot for thoir pains.
Meohnnics' Ilomo. corner Ilntnl
nnd Xununu streets, lodging bv
day, wook or month. Torms: 25
nnd 50 conts por night $1, and
$1.25 por weok.
James Cownn of Eloelo plnntn
tion has putentod an nutomntic
liquid nionsnro, n full account of
which is printed in tho Scientific
Americau of Sept 21st.
Tho Hawniinn Athlotio Associna
tion moots this ovoning ut 7:30 nt
tho Y. M. C. A. rooms to tnko
notion relative to n footbnll gamo
for Thanksgiving day.
Whooping cough is decidedly
opidomic and Boems to bo ou the
increase. Thoro havo boon a num
ber of doaths in tho vicinity of
rnlumti lately lrom tins com
plaint. It is expoctod the Australia will
loavo noxt Saturday at -1 p.m., but
tho now time card for tho ensuing
year, which sho is expected to bring
with her, may mnko a change in
the timoof sailing.
Last night's alarm of firo was
turned in on nccount of a small
blaze in tho houso occupied by
Karl Podeyn nnd family, but it
wns extinguished b foro tlio de
partment ranched tho scono.
A. K. Weir, who bus boon in
tho Quoon's Hospital for somo
wpoks past, has boon temporarily
sont to the Insnno Asylum until
ho fully rocovors from tho ofl'oots
of his Into acoidont.
Captain John Cnlwny of the
stoamor Wnimnnalo wus'nrroated
nt 2 o'clock this morning for vio
lating the rnlos of tho Board of
Health in entering the hnrbor of
Honolulu without a pormit.
In this issuo Abies & Walton
warn tlio public against n spurious
articlo sold in placo of tho Poor
less Preserving Paint. Thoy also
show that tho gonuinu nrtiolo cm
only sold by thorn in those isl
ands. Thoro seems to bo somo doubt
as to which is Thanksgiving day.
Tho President of the United States
always designates tho last Thurs
day in Novorabor for thnt pur
poso. This yoar it falls ou tho
Tho four-months-old child of
Benjamin Zablan, tho Deputy
Marshal's olork, died yostorday
nftornoon of pnoumouia, suporin
duced by whooping cough. The
funornl took pluco at 3 o'clock
At my big shoo sale on Thurs
day, Fridny nnd Saturdny of this
wook, I nm soiling ladios' shoos,
fino whito Fronoh kid opera or
dancing shoes nt $2.50 tho pair.
They will cost you $3.00 at any
store in town. Tomplo of Fashion.'
Fred. Smith, tho gonial pns
senger agont of the Oahu railway,
loaves on tho Kiunu this ovoning
for the Volcnno, whoro ho will
try to eradicnto tho rheumatism
from which ho hns boon suffering
n long whilo by moans of sulphur
All accounts from tho Olaa dis
trict ngroo in tho faot that tho
coffoo industry is succeeding be
yond oxpootation. E. 1J. Bald
win took -100 pounds off his place
this season whon he had not ex
pected his trees to boar nt all. A
Japanose at tho fiftoon mile post
also got a largo crop.
Oapluln Cnltvny'i, ArrcM.
Captain Calway doos not know
in what manner ho has violated
tho regulations of tho Board of
lloalth, as ho has boon unablo to
find the piosidont of tho board to
day. Tho captain Hays that when
ho applied to W. O. Smith last
Thursday for a pormit to leave
thnt gontloman told him it was
unnecessary, ns all quaranlino le
gnlntions perl linivg to steamers
hnd boon declniod ill'. Ho nlso
infoiinod him Unit ho could come
into tho li'iifoor nt nny timoon his
return. Ho did so this morning
at 2 o'clock nnd was promptly ar
rested. Luckily ho had -150 with
him, otherwise ho would havo hnd
to spend tho balanco of the night
in a ceil.
WrsAr X. YiWA
.ii-...i. i '. to AJ
A collection hook alphaheti.
cnlly nrriitigeil. l'imlcr 111 bo rewarded
nnd reecho tlmuks by lottiriiinu lo
Masonic Temple Building or nt Ofiiirn
A Co. Mirfhnnt. St. I:il-3t
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED BY
Ititluu UliKirtun, on Alaki-a Mruct, lntnci'ii
Motel nml Hurctniili Mud, on tlio Hotel
(.'rounds, nearly opposite l'nelfu Club build
1K. Applj to
JOHN S. MrOltEW,
iat-tf Ilotil Strcit
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon.
tit Niitiiinii strri't.
oOOO rnon daily to drink tlio 5000
.FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,.
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARREY,
Pohtoffico Ilox 47i
&- Jiff "7 " 7
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JiiassKV-Atfi. .f-j v--"" t5'
j . u .-r rr in
liAIHI Alt f.PVTi r-tf li r..l. .
nn plon-irp tinlMii.'llcnti(tu)ftln put.-
llC t(l ItlV i llll tl llf !.,. n t I.I. 1. I. I. ..!..
and only nmiilj known to eliemiMrj nldili
r"'" i. iiirn i. my imir iinek to tin original
color wllluiutd... I M.ronillj liulomO lis
action and i;ie the public tnj nolcmn ciiaran
tm tli.it it has Invii lotu iniur) umei'lx
able aj, and has prmril ltri-lf tin onH Hair
tpecllle. It Htojm liilr-faliin iinmedl.iti'ly
nnd ereiten liixurloinyrotttli t'ontilnn mi
Injurious liiKrullent. It limit Mlekt nrsnn;
on the lontrarj, It makcithe lulrmrt. Muitli
till, Hull, kiipi It iu curl and riuion tluud
ruff. r-m-Kviilliinvii and lulln lth h.ilr u
little crny, itnakid Krai, (.utitc-It grat mid
""'"" iii'Sira, n is 3.u.im rcroiii
All ilriiirlt Price ?1, aWo Yali ' Skin
I'ood, ?1 VJ, Ynlt'sCoinpevlon Creoni, 1
Yale's Kaic P-iniler, iiie, Yale's Iknnty
lie. Mine. Ynle, Healtli ami Completion
Siieclallit.'limpkiif lliaat), ItllStntc si,
Clileato (tttlito to lliautj mailsd fne
'" trr. ,
wwwif..., . IB. I
Trains will lenvo on Hitunlnys nt !):)(
n.tu., nml l:l.i p.ni., arriMug m llunolulu
at .'1:11 p m. and 5 :'.'(! p.ni.
Train will lono on aiiudnyH nt 0:1.1 ii.ui.,
arriving in Ilonululu nt ;".''(! p. tu.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class .'Ft 75
2ndClaB3 1 25
his Spnoo is 3'Jo ervod
N. S. SACHS,
For tho announcomont of New Goods to nrrivo per "Austral
iioiinox niioo co
W linlcinlo AscnlH.
ASMALI- CO IT VflK OP TWO UOOIIS,
Until, ii c, ccntm ly Kiniated, Hiiit.ihle
for to tjentl' iiieii. Appl t.
llt, JOilN S JlrOUEW,
l"H-lw Hotel Htlret.
Hors8 for Sale.
I'OU XONM AY11ENT OP
bounl. we will sell on TUESDAY.
Ottolwr 2!ltli, IWtt, at Public Auction, nt
tlio AiiLtion rooim of JmniM I' Morgan, iu
Ilonolulit, onclliyMaiu. .LUI) b I AI1I.E
Honolulu, hk'ptciiilnrT. 1 ''. I EM in
Rooms to Let.
RjEATLY I'l'IlNlSllED HiioMSlOLUT
la nt Xo. I (iniden L rv r. nsou
nblo rated. 100-tf
P. C. Smith,
l32-3m Gon'l Puss, nnd Ticket Agent.
BE SUFFICIENTLY AROUSED TO
BEND O CT8. 6TAMP8 ANY KIND
OR A COPY OF OUR ILLUSTRAT
ED CATALOQUE !- l'aKis) of
GENERAL FAMILY 8UPPLIE8. AND
BUY YOUR 000D8 AT 8AN FRAN
Smith's Cawli Store.
414 A 418 Front St.,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Pinning Mill, will linu
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to fiimiliPK in lnrgo or
Hiniill quuutiticrt. Xo Contain-
V. h. WH.C(X,
l.'ll-tf Proprietor Kalilii Poi I'nctory.
When It Conies
To Disinfectants wo still have
plenty, our stock hns not
boon oxhnustcd.rnml 'now
arnvals'ai'c on hand.
A lnifjo Hock, uiinnli f orj ovcrj liody.
Pincti orders inrlj to liisiiiu larneit birds.
HENRY DAVIS & C0.K
i 12 Reasons Why
it's Best to
Buy a rescent 3)
i. Crescents arc leaders
2. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong- and durable
4. Crescents are perfect in every detail
5. Crescents are light and easy running
6. Crescent riders are proud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
8. Crescents are built by skilled work
9. Crescents are made by a responsible
10. Crescents arc high-grade and up-to-
11. Crescents are handsome in design
13. Crescent prices are right and suit the
Illustrated Catalogue rilJii: on .ij;!faiioii.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
fl. HackfeM & Co,
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