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LOCL AND GENERAL.
C. II. Bishop of Lihuo lius ro
tnrned from tlio Const.
Frod llurninor is tbo happy fa
thor if a son, born on Sunday lust.
Prof. R. N. Krasnow left for tbe
S. lloth, tlio woll-known tailor,
rbtnrhud by ycstoulay'H btoamur.
"'IV all who paint," an import
ant notice is nddrosscd elsewhere.
Tlio Kiwaiiau National Hand
was In Toxuh wbou hist ho.ird
Tim ISunnington will loavo for
another ti ip to llilo about Mon
Tlio Board of Health nuditod
claims to tho am unit of $M-lo2
Tho ivst mail from tho Coast
will ari'ivo on tho 'Aiuuudu uu
Mrs. Dr. Valtors returns lo
Kauai this ovoning by the Mika
hiilu. The windows of tho library ad
dition have been fittod with who
Among tho Australia's p.tRSon
gors v.oro (Jhas. P. Wall and 0.
Everybody reads tho Bulletin
because they know by expenonco
it contains the news.
Jainus Steinor will more into
bis now rcsidoaco about tho first
of tho month.
Dr. L. F. Alvaroz of Walnlua is
in the city uud can bo found at
J. Tinkor was arrested last
night on tlio charge of heodloss
and furious driving.
Mrs. Thomas Smith, who has
been visiting rolativos in Scotland,
is expected by tho Alainoda.
O. Smith makes his head
quarters) at tho now rooms of tho
lio.ird of Health in the morning.
Tho arrests last night comprised
two drunks, oiu ot which was
Hawaiian and tho othor Japanese.
D. 13. Smith, of tho Manuf.ic
turers' Shoo Company, is ono of
the arrivals by tho Austiulia.
W. A. "Wall left today on a sur
veying trip which will iucludo
Kanooho, Uooia and Kahuku.
William Keough, ono of tho
band boys, yesterday roooived
nows of tlie douth of hi father.
Tiioso interested in getting up
n raeu ineoting at Wuianao on
Christmas day are getting a move
Tho Kinau wharf was jammed
with teams waiting thoir turn to
unload Iroigut yesterday aftor
noon. Bandmastor Berger is homo
again and repoits having had a
giorious timo and plenty ot sight
seeing. Noxt Siturday rifle toams from
tho various companies will com
pete ut Makiki for tho Winchester
C. Kempsteo, of Portland, Ore
gon, is registered at tho Arling
ton, also John II. Sopor of this
Poastniaster-Genoral Oat loft
for Muni and Hawaii yestorday to
look after postal urrangomonts
J. T. Watorhouso will bo pre
sident nf the Board of Uo.ilth
during the absence of Attorney
Tho Into S.unuol Louisson held
a life insurance policy in his own
favor in ono of Bruco O.rlwnght's
Mombors of tho Young Ilawai
inns Institute are practicing hard
for thoir entortainmeut on Thurs
Excursion trains will bo run to
Wnianao and roturn ovory Satur
day and Sunday until further
Jack. Atkinson pass'd a succoss
ful examination preliminary to
ontoring tho law olass of tho Ann
Seattle Beor is a mild and refresh
ing drink, it will crouto Uosh
and generally improve tho system.
On draught at Criterion.
The parents of tho Into Samuol
Louisson wuro passongors on tho
Australia. Their sou, Abo Louis
son, wont out on tho pilot boat to
make known to thorn tho sad nows
of tho do.ith of thoir sou.
JV.. VT lf .-II
Suporintcndont Brown of the
Wntor Works is t-ikiug iidvuntauc
EVENIxVQ BUIiLETftf, OCTOBEH 22. 181)5.
jiiii4 v f djfmrftrir' .
Ono of tho hind whot'ls was tak
en off tlaincs Campboll's phuotou
vstorday aftomo m by a milk
wagon running into it.
Miss Lampinan und MissQraco
Sharpo loavo on tho Mikahala this
afternoon to tako chargo of tho
Govejumont school at Kokaha,
The Y. M. C. A. orchestra hold
itsfirst meeting last night, liftoon
being prosont. It was decided to
coinmonco practicing ovcry Tucs-
of tho running of the pumping
raacuinery to cloan out tho Nnu
Tho loiter box in tho lnwor
hallway of tho .Judiciary building
is a great convonienco to the oc
cupants, hottors aro rmnvrd
tw.co daily, at 9:55 a.m. and y:3o
Tho band will probably play at
tho hotel on Thursday or Friday
evening as a complimont to Arriv
ing and doparting passengers.
W. 11. Johnson, formerly of tho
Palace Candy Store, has boen
sentenced to fiflcon months im
prisonment for embezzlemont".
Tho Loilaui Boat Club meets at
tho Hawaiian Hotel at 7 o'clock
this ovouing for tho olection of
ollicorsaud other routino business.
Clork Wilcox of tho Hoard of
Health has been busy this morn
ing, making out warrants for tho
payment of damages ousuing from
tho enforced destruction of taro.
John T. Brown, tho enter
prising stnmp dealer, left for a
hurried trip to Kauai yostorday.
Ho will return in timo to leave on
Spocial Commissioner Henry
Smith will commonco taking tes
timony in tho Cranstoun and
M tiller caso at ten o'clock on
Chas. Creighton and Fiod.
Harrison wore not on tho Aus
tralia yostorday, and many of
their friends who woro at tho
wharf to welcome them were dis
appointed. V. P. O'Brien is tho now cap
tain of Company G of tho Citiz-im'
Guard, nnd O. S. Williams and
James Copeland first and socond
L. H. Kerr has received by tbo
Australia a now lino of Scotch
ginghams, white and cro.ira
cropons and white cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
Inquiry at tho ofiieo of Wm. G.
Irwin it Co. results in tho state
ment that no cbango has boon
mado in tho timo of tbo Australia's
dopartuio. She will loavo on
Saturday nt 4 p. m.
Tondors nro invited by tho
Minister of Pinaneo for Hawaiian
treasury notes, to tbo amount of
$50,000 in denominations of
iflOOO or multiples thereof, up till
12 o'clook tomorrow.
At tho regular Wednesday
prayor mooting of tho Central
Union Church tomorrow evening
graduates of a number of Amer
ican colleges have been askod to
speak on "Tho Eoligious Work in
J S Doddridgo, D W Tood, J N
Frcoman, J B FW.ior, II A Tear
son, 15 P Eckhardt, If D La.ollo
and W H Standby, oflicors of tho
Olynjpm, registered at tho Arling
Dotectivo Toma says thoro is
nothing now in Japanese criminal
circles, except that a Japanese
lotlgor in ono of tho hotels broke
into tho room of tho proprietor
during his absonco and attempted
to assault his wife.
Jim Dodd rocoivod by tho Aus
tralia his usual large supply ot
Entoipriso beor, which ho is now
dispousing to his numerous thirsty
customers. The recent hot spell
has greatly increased tho demand
for this excelleut brand, for Jim
has enough of it to supply all
Tho Honolulu crack baseball
clubs ought to go to Hilo to learn
tho game. Tho last bout report
ed from that burg, which took
placo last Tuesday botwoon tho
Alahoahmis and a picked nine
from Honolulu, resulted in a
victory for tho wet town boys,
with u score of Ai to 7.
All intending to join tho adult
singing class to bo organized at
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, on Friday
evening should secure tickets bo
foro that time. Ladies aro ad
mitted. No knowloilgo of mi'sio
roquirou lor membership. w imam
W. S. Luco will hold a big auc
tion silo nt 10 o'clock tomorrow.
So" the list ch'ewhon.
James Carly lost a fine borso
on Sunday, which is supposed to
liavo becoino overheated while be
A bndgn is to bo built ncrops
mo WMioiiinu gulch at nana,
Muni, mi the Iindsof the Reci
procity Sugar Company.
"i must have tho news," said a
now lady subscriber at the Bm.
T.trns ollico yostorday, and sho
evidently know wliorcto got it.
It soemed liko old times to
watch tho number of ponplo who
congregated nt tho Oceanic dock
yestoidny afternoon to wait for
tbo Australia's arrival.
Captain Head and a number of
tho Olynipia's officers have made
their headquarters nttho Hawaiin
hotel during much of tho past fow
Thoro was a good nttondanco at
tho band concert lust night nt
Emma squaio. Prof. Borgor put
in uu nppoarnnco during the con
cort and was heartily greeted by
tho members of tho band.
Tho Minister of tho Interior
has authorized tho construction
of a now road, forty-two foot wide
extending from a point on Nuniinu
street betwoen the residonens of
Ur. O Smith andT. W. Hobron,
extending to Lilihn etreot and
terminating at tho lot owned by
D.tvid Dayton. fig
A lady had n narrow escapo
from drowning at Sans Suuoi last
Sunday. Swimming out to a con
siderable distance sho found it
impossible to overcomo the force
of tho undertow. Ono of tho of
ficers of too ship S. P. Hitchcock,
noticing her dangor, swam quick
ly to horaidaiidaftora hard strug
gle brought hor safely into shallow
A dispatch was rccoivod by the
Australia, announcing that Ogura
a C. , Japanese immigration
agents, had boon nllowrd by tbo
Jupaneso Government to resunio
business as such. They wero pro
hibited from procuring immi
grants from Japan sovoral months
ago, on account of thoir omission
of tho 14th article from tho labor
Now Advo tibema-ts.
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N llino. YuVh iufallililu mii of Fn kl.
lnnnn.1 Sanlmtn It i, (lie !, rp,,,,,,),'
vprconiiuiiiiilt(l tint ill r.iuo UwMZy
coninletely nud Hiirely,
rfiof.iircr mill ml.io .K-liciilo tho nl;li
tlio uioro liVclyit w to (riclilo nml ib'
orso it will l.c.k nftr it 1 frc-WH.
ThoiiKnu is of wouu n, ctlh twiim Wautlfnl
nre ilMicuroil liy tlicie nni.ijlill, l.rnwi
blotolios. Nothing will liiilo tht-iii. TIipa
nronsourct of misery, tint thevcati be mreif
Iiii I'rechln Ik tlio il.ntli-wiiroit to fivnUlfN
iaoirconr.itlonot I.n I-'rccklA l onu
MmOs. 'ialo'H greatest m liievonioaU
riicio nre maiiv imitatinnu i.ni,i,. ,.f i,,.
very ihmgeiotis nnd hurtful to tho nielli,
lioiio of them really eflVctiU'. IW Hiidt
llllll CCrtflllltV. iimut nllVfivun. ...Wilt... tl..
geuuiiio nnd original I,n 1'rVckln.
,,.. "iccsiiut anit;store, or bv mn
bpecinllst, U St.to M , Clih-agn. V,vm
Guide, uiniled fr'e.
IIOIUIOX DI1LIG CO.,
W h iliNak A uK
rrhis Spueo is Reforvod
1ST. S. SAOHS,
Por the anuotiiicomont of Nt w Cloods to rtio per "Australia. "
ASMATJ CO r I'.VfJ V. OI'' T .VO ltOOMS,
Until, e c., ceutri y Hittmted, suitable
for two geiilleiiiun. Aimlv to
Dlt, .10 l.V '. Mi-GltRW,
'-"'- Hi tl Street.
at tho louvre
1 Villt.fui ftr-i't.
WOO men il.iilv toilnnk (lie '.OtK)
.FAMOUS 'SAOTLB 3E23, .
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
ro'ttolllvo llj I7" .... Honolulu.
Rooms to Let.
IKATIiY FUltNISiIKO P.OOMs TO I.UT
When If Comes
To Disinfectants wo still have
plenty, our stock has not
arnvnls'aro on hand.
W. S. LTJOE, Auctioneer.
At his salesroom, at 10 a. m.,
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1895,
i:ic., i:ic, i;ic.
Ilng'tNo. 1 llawaiiuultlce, bags No.
1 Island potntoeii, one veryliund.
homo Kosvwooil nnd linii-iyo
wilh Trench plate glass front,
ll.iby's Carriugu, DeskH, Tables,
Meat Safe, etc., 1 l'inno, Sowing
Machine, Ladies nnd Childicim
ready Hindu Suits, IVatherH, Dol
mans, Hats, Cups, I'iclures, I,ard,
Miieaioni, nnd n new hit of
I'arlou. nKrvRnrm amh
DrNNING BOOM FURNI-'
And nt 12 noon, .
Forns, Palms and othor Plants.
RPRififftRR tffcraiaaBiPfiH ra
KfrKaBaei rm m fii
(1 nt No. 4 (iiinlen l..nu , nt m iv iibou- Pt9 ta H t.y V'-iF n i Sj3il?flCl 1 fin VY? 1111
'nblorateH. lo'l-tl I
it's Best to
Buy a rescemt 3)
W. S. Luce,
Till'. IIOI'SK LATELY OCCUI'IP.II 11V
luiltfi' lllikviloii, iiii Alakeii street. Id I cell
lintel mill lleieliiiiki treetn, on tlie lintel
grouuiU, maih oppoMte l'aeilic Club build
lug. Appl lo
joiin s. Mioiir.w,
l:il-tf Hotel fclrcil.
A largo lloelc, enough for overybody.
1'l.uo uiilem eaily to Iihuiu lurgenl blriln.
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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 arc proud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
8. Crescents are .built by skilled work
9. Crescents are made by a responsible
io. Crescents arc high-grade and up-to-date
ii. Crescents are handsome i design
13. Crescent prices are right and suit the
Illustrated Catalogue rjlEK on Application.
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