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LOCL AND OISNISKAL
C'inorit nt Miikio IhIhikI lo
IrIiI. 'L'lm Hoard of ILfiilllt in in bob
sioii th h iiftuuioon.
J. .1. Williinns h eoiilinrd to
liia ruHirlriiuo liy illness,
Tin p.ivulry company will drill
ntMnkiki tmiioumv niht nt 7:!)0.
13 Compuiy will oloct n new
limiiutiiint uiixl TiiuHtluy evening.
J. . Curtor expects to mnk mi
oxtiiii(l"tl visit to tlieC'oiiHtHliortly.
.. Tim Kovurnnioiit will p:iy oil'
olmiiiH l tho iiinoiint of (JllU.OOO
Mrs. .1. II. Paty and Mrn. .1. J.
Kfmi worn pitssotiguis by tho
Thoro in tntk of consolidation
mining koiiio of tliolo.uliiigoxprohH
There will bo no nmil from tlm
Co.ist until tho Aiibtruliu roturnH
on November 15th.
New offices urn boing put in the
lowi r piirt of tho Custom JIoiiso
on tlio Fort strout sido.
A Chinoso drunk whs arroatod
Inst night, tho first ono ofthut
uiitioiiulity in about u yeiir.
Tho pumping plant is in oporn
tion upaln nffyr boing Hhut down
for ronnirs sovoral duys.
Dentist Derby, lntoly nrrivod,
lnis n-tib-d the cottnpo lntoly oc
cupied by Judge Dickorton.
A luuidsomo picture of "tho
winner of tho closo finish is
given by Alox. Ohisholin in this
Tho China took throo cabin
passengers from this port: M.
Soya. .Miss Harrison and S. J.
An interesting nrticlo on tho
kohi nut as a niidclnng ration for
soldiers appoars on tho second
Moms. Viy.iivonn, acting Com
missioner for Franco, paid grace
ful attentions to tho' liussmn
A now grocory store, known as
the 'K-d Kjynt," bus been open
ed on Jifnfi street, near tho
Corpiral J. A. Kennedy of
Company D has b'-ou appointed
sergeant - major of tho Second
Twenty-live- billots were reject
ed in tho liui.i.ETl.v bicyclo cou
tost yesterday, being moro than
two days old.
Tho Band of Hope, n children
teuiperanco orginiz ition, will re
sume, its mooting on Tuosdny,
Dr Emorson and Jack Mc
Veigh will captain tho Sharp
shooters' teams at tho shooting
match on Saturday noxt.
The uttoudanco at Oahu
College is increasing abnoBt daily.
Thoro uro moro boarding pupils
than at any formor torin.
Owing to tho non-arrival of
Editor Hayno of tho Hawaiian,
tho publication of that periodical
is likoly to be delayed this month.
Large nunibon of nativos nnd
others are engngod in fishing at
"Waikiki, day and night. Tho
tish are very plentiful, especially
"I may bavo wheolsin my head,
but I'm giving you a great fill,
just tho same," said tho coupon to
tho ballot-box us ho wont into the
Tho thieatening weathor of last
night kopt many aw.iy from the
band concort at tho hotel. As it
was thero was a goodly attondanco
but not much enthusiasm.
"Workmen are ongnged in orect
ing a temporary partition in Lowis
it Co.'s grocery store, preparatory
to touring down tho front for
At a mooting of tho Hawaiian
Republican club held last night,
a committeo consisting of Charles
Wilcox, J. N. K. Koola and J.
Ken, was appointed to draft a
resolution of condolonco to tho
lato J. U. Kawainni.
Medical Hull, Dr. McKibbin'b
old drugstore and at present u
branch of tho llollister Drug
Company's businoss, is to bo
closed in a day or two and tho
stock and fixtures ro moved to
Hilo, whoro tho firm will establish
a brunch undor tho maimgo nent
of E. B. Barthrop. Mr. Myers,
who has been inchargo ofModical
Hall, will join the forco in tho
lligiml of oil III JiMlVollllig l'ow
I. H IloHuiaii. of "Woncsboro,
Pa., U registored nt the Arlington
C. I). Stmdovant is about to
sell out his business and go to tho
The Bcrotanii Street
Club entertainment will
oxcollont musical troat.
J. V. Morgan sold a horso for
the Club Stables Co. yesterday, to
P'iy tho animal's boaid, and not
$50 for it.
C J Whitnoy, formorly of tho
cholera hospital, loft on the China
today to accopt a lucrative posi
tion in China.
Tho JiuLi.r.Ti.v advertisement,
inaortod by Viggo Jticobson re
cently, has found his pnukago of
papois for him.
A numbor of distinguished pro
plo wore down nt tho Pacific mail
wharf to seo tho China oil" this
morning. The band was not
J P TCodrigurs, tho tailor,
slipped on tho sidowalk a fow
days ago nnd hurt himself
severely. Ho has boon confined
to his room since.
Captain Horekson of tho Gorman
ship II. F Glade reached England
in 107 days from San Francisco
and will return from Liverpool to
una port in uecomuor next.
Tho number of votos oast for
tho Uullbtin bicyclo contest keeps
on inoro .sing day by day. Three
hundred and sixty two wore cast
in tho 21 hours ending noon to
day. A nativo named Kooki, for
whom a warrant for dealing in
clio-fu tickets has been out for
seveial days, was arrostod thi3
morning and upon boing search
ed at tlio Police Station four tick
ets woro found on him.
"Whilo tho blasting was going on
at tho now Mutch building, corner
Hotel and Bethel stroots today, a
fr.ig nont of rock about a foot
squaro was thrown through one of
Ordway fc Porter's plate glass win
dows by tho forco of tho explosion.
The dainago will amount to 57G.
A Chinoso who was arrested
last night foi having opium in pos
session offered his captor six dol
lars to let him go. Tho ollicor
took tho money and placed an
additional cliargo of uttempted
bribory against aim.
Out of complimont to a party of
Russians at the hotel, tho band
plnyed tho Russian Evoning Hymn
last night. It thon played Watch
on tho luiino, God Snvo the
Queon, Star Spangled Banner aud
Captain Gates of tho ship S P
Hitohcook, Fred "Whinoy. Fred
Wnldron and others will mako
up a party who will go round tho
island on a hunting and fishing
excursion. Thoy leavo on tho
James A Cummins tomorrow
Tho Hawaiian bind under tho
leadership of Ilorr Borgor.wlll give
a moonlight concert nt Makeo Isl
and tonight, commencing at 7:30
o'clock with tho following program:
1. Mnreh "Professor Henrcr" I.nntnnna
uvcriure "Until Canlrj " giimio
S. Ilulluil "Diin'i lio Cru.ii'
J. Selection "1 lie ltiuU".,
5. Medley "On Hroailwuj".
0. Kautaslii "On thu
7. Waltz ".Mnkce Island"...
8. March "Liberty Hell". . . .
Productive Cariboo Mine.
A cleanup at tho Cariboo, Biit
ish Columbia, liydraulic mino
give $-11,877 gold for twonty-nino
and one-half days' work and $20,
125 at tlm Horselly hydraulic
mine. As a largo quantity of
bowlders woro removed in opening
tho pits tho actual rosults por day
will bo oven botlor when the
mines aro fairly opened. Tho
company is woll satisfied with tho
KVENINCI IIUIjLISTIN. OOl'Oimil- 00. 1805
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ok m siiia.
1'iitirlreii llritilipr Tiirni'il Onl
I'nrilro liiot vialie.
Tho members of the Y. M.C. A.
Oichi'Htm assembled to tho num
bor of fouition at tho music room
of that institution last night and
indulged in an hour's prnctlco
under tho instruction of "Winy
Taylor, who officiated in tho ab
senco of Mr. Ileitnmn, who was
engaged with tho band. The new
band made an exceedingly good
showing for tho first time play
ing. Tho intruinonts roprosonted
woro four 1st violins, throe 2d do,
two lltitos, two cellos, a cornet,
trombone and piano, nnd thot-o
playing them were: W A Love,
J Hollander, B L Marx, "Walter
Dillingham, Wray Taylor, 0 Ilede
man, E Ivopke, J A Thompson, AV
I Warrinor, J Marsdon, II Da
mon, J Lightfoot, "W B Fletcher
and J F Urown.
in rui: i'oi.ici: couiit.
Itreoril olllilo .lloriiliie'xCoiitlcllon
Tho trial of a horso stealing
case took up tho larger poition of
Judge Perry's titno this morning,
but the following other proceed
ings wore had:
Solomon pleaded guilty of as
saulting a Cninose and was lined
f20 .ml costs.
Lcong Sang pleaded guilty of
having opium in possesion and
and git tho usual fine of S50 and
JNiipuhu ploaded not guilty of
tho laiceny of ono pig ami his
trial was sot for November 4th.
Solotuona and liuluitkal.., tun
nativos who woro found in the
yard of Dr. Brodio's residonco
without lawful excuse, will bo
tried on the snuiu day.
An individual wlio gavo tho
numo of "Dummy" and who was
held on a charge of drunkoniiess
was discharged for want of pro
secution. The balanco of tho morning
session was tukon un witli the
trial of Ah Kai and Ah Tuck for
tho larcony of a horso, which is
not yet concludod.
L. m. joiiash.v com:.
To Ilrlll Soldier lor llio Clilucac llovo
Although his name does not
appear on tho passenger list, one
of the China's outgoingpassongors
was L. M. Johnson, who was form
orly armorer at tho barracks and
has since been connected with
various businoss euteiprisos,
among which may bo montioncd
the running of an Hawaiian Mes
senger servico and the leasiug oj
tho Eagle ilouso. In tho latter
transaction ho became involved in
financial transactions with Mr.
Krouso, tho owner of tho property,
which led to his making sevoral
attempts to loayo tho country, in
which l,o was prevented by Mr.
Krousu it is understood that
Mr. Johnson's creditors made no
objoction to his dopurturo today.
Mr. Johnson leaves Honolulu
under engagement by the local
branch of tho Chinoso Revolution
ary Society to take a high posi
tion in their ranks, mid part of
his duties will ho to tako ohargo
of their arms and ammunition and
assist in tho drilling of now re
el uits. It is said he is to recoivo
MOO por month for his services.
Sam Levoy also loft under engage
ment to the same sooioty, and C.
J. Whitnoy is promised a position
on his arrival in China.
E. C. Crick bus boon in China
for somo mouthy in the omploy of
the samo sooioty at lugn wages
ins imrucuiar inismess is tho
manufacture of bombs nnd ex
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Jsuunnu streets, lodging by
uay, wool; or month. Tonus: 20
and GO conts por night1 $1, and
$1 25 por week.
iii.i:v ins niiui ot'i'.
Ilioniii .miIi'-iii .lliilir. n MiithIiiI
Alli'Hiil HI Milt hip.
TIioiiiiih Andorsmi for a numbor I
of years cufhinan f.r Mrs. Cotn
woll, eominitleil sinuldo about -1
o'clock yestetdny nftenioon by
blowing oil' the o.tiiM buck par
boil "f hix lund with a shot-gun
li'inl l with bucii-shiil.
'!in the police a in v d on tho
coiio, Anderson was found on a
chair on the front vurmdi of his
cottage with a double shotgun
boiWenn his knees and a string
fastened to the tngg- r of tho gun
and his right foot thioiigh a loop.
What was left of Ins head hung
backward and his faeo wns tinned
toward tho celling. Ho had
placed the iini.zlo of tho gun in
his mouth and pulled the trigger
with his toe by means of tho
siring attiichtnont. Previous to
killing hi niso If ho had oliiiuged
his clothes nnd mpdo other pre
parations for ending his lifo.
Deceased had made three
previous attempts on his
life, and for sovoral days
past had been threatening to
make another. This was report
ed to tho pohco and on Monday
ho was placed under surveillance,
only boing roleastd yesterday
morning. An inquest was held
during tho evening and a verdict
in ncc'rdauco with tho facts re
turned. The suicide emtio to this city in
18S1 on tho ship Quintah, which
ho desorted. lio worked in the
Pantheon Stables for a time, en
tering the omploy of Mrs. Corn-
woll six years ago. Anderson was
naturally of a despondent turn of
mind and occasionally drank too
Anderson was born in Donmnrk
on Jan. M. la-M. About a venr
ago Dr. McLennan pulled him
through after ho had takon 13
grains of strychniuo with suicidal
intHiit. I'ho day boforo Andorson
killed himself Dr. Mol.onuan ex
amined him for admission to Court
Lunahlo of Foresteis and" found
bun to ho physically sound. Ho
was sober at tho time, but soon
afterward began drinking. It was
always after sprees that ho devel
oped suioidnl mania.
Lulies on tho other Islands can
do thoir shopping by post by
applying to L. 15. Kerr for
samples. Thoy should embraco
this opportunity, and got a singlo
yard at wholosalo prices. '-' S
In Tin: cine ir iniiiir. I'ntsr
Circuit uftlie II.i.iIi.iii IslamU, In Hie mat
leroltliulHnkriiiitey ol M. It. COMIUltN
Order on petition of llinkrupt fordlscliarce.
Upon reading null lillni; the petition of M
II. CUI.IIL'KN of Honolulu, Ouliu, nllvslni;
Unit more lliau xlv montliH hare clapid
itince lie. was adjudicated a bankrupt, and
praying for u discharge from all Ids delitu.
It Is ordered that MON'IIA V, the Will day of
Nocmher, A I). lSXi, In A'ilolani Hale. Ho
nolulu, at 11) a. M. nf that day, at Chambers,
be, and the same Is heieby appointed for the
lirnriiii; of snl.l petition, at nldcli lime and
place all creditors who have proved their
claims against said bankrupt may appear and
show eaue, ll'any they have, why the prayer
of said bankrupt should not bo granted,
lly the Court :
OEO. I.UCAS, Clerk.
Dated Oct. "i), ISM. 110-ltw for 3w
In , The Circuit Court of the First
In Tub M.otmi or Tin: HtMsuurTcv
Creditor of tlio said lliinkriipt nro hereby
uotiliod to come in mid prove tliuir dobts
boforo the Circuit Court of thu 1'irst Circuit
nt Chambon nt Honolulu on l'ridny tho
8th day of Novombor, 18!)."i, Ixitwccn tho
hours of ton o'clock in tlio forenoon mid
noon of tho Knid il.iy, and elect uu Ah
signeo, or AsKifjneei, oftl'o sahl llanknipt's
Ehtnto. Ily tho Court.
A largo flock, enoiiyh for everjliody.
I'lace orders early to lnui largest birds.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
N. S. SA
C20, Foit Sticot. -
THE VERY LATESl' XOV13LTII3S:
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,
Table Cover. Itiiiincw, Tiny ciothi in uait; choice design,,
htniiiiK.nl nnd I'ninled Cimhiun I'opi in Un, aud Art Uoiiim.
DOWN PILLOWS m ALL SIZES, .
SiUs: zingre 0
EOT Theso are beautiful goodn, ami
hnvo first choice
1.VI1IKH AMI (iENTI.r.MKN 11 atHird mo
great pleanuro to call the attention of the pub
lie to my VuleV Hair Tonic, which l the first
nnd only remedv know u to chemistry which
popllely turns gray hair back to Its original
color without ily u. I personally Indorse Its
action and gle tho public mysolemn guaran
tee th.it It hat been (estid in every conceiv
able way, aud has proved itself the only Ilalr
Specllle. It slops h.ilr-falllug immediately
and creates a luxurious growth. Contains no
injurious Ingredient. It Is not sticky or greasy;
on tlic contrary, It makes the hair ofl, jouth
f ill. Ilully, keeps It In curl and removes dand
riilf. Korgenttemen and ladles ullli hair a
little grav, streaked gray, cntlrclv gray and
with HAM) HKADS, It Is spicla'lly recom.
All dmgglfts Pricq f 1; also Yale's Skin
Food, l..'i(l, Vale's Cotupexloii Cream, (I
Yale's Face Powder, 5Ue; Yale's beauty
!!5e. .Mine. Yale, Iienlth and Complexion
Speclallit.Tcmple of beauty, 111) State I,
Chicago (iuiile lo lleautv mailed freo
HOllltON DItUO CO.,
Hawaiian .'. Lime
In Bbls. or in Buckets,
Including container GO cents per bucket.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd,
(Special terms on lurgo lota for ahipmont.)
Till'. WOMKX'S i:.CHANI!K has nr..
openul for business In the new room.
Ill King street.
The bunch Department wlllopen on Friday,
November 1st. ratronngo is reuuesttd.
Aloha Bath House.
NKXT TO MAKINi: IIAIIAVAV: I'AT
roiu brought freo from tho tug-hoat
wl nrf on telephoning No. !S5. Furnished
rooms to let on tho premises.
For Sale or Trade.
Hawaiian Made Phaeton
Apply to J. M. McCHESNEY,
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon.
tit Niiimiui Mrfct.
r000 lueu dailv to drink the .r,(XK)
..FAMOUS E BATTLE BEER,.."
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
lWollico ilox IV'i .... Ilouolulii.
Kov; AdvortiMtnehtt J
. NEW ART LINENS 1
must lj soon lo bo npr.roclntcil. Coipo nud
AI.I. I1II..S oVKIt TIIIIKK MONTHS
due the ni.d! .signed will be placul In tho
paid b Ihu hrst of .Ni,emlier, lld
l"s-- c. vi:st.
AN V'-U WESTMAYKU" IIP.UI.I.V UI'-
nglil l'lano In . xeeilenl coiidlllon will bo
oldilieup. Adilrop, ,-,
1;w-" Hii.i.utix Otllcc.
As a liist-clnss bathing
resort with new bathing
suits and everything
complete pertaining to
a first-class bathing
KP This resort will
bo run under the direc
tion of the Hawaiian
Hotel and will bo run
under the management
of .Mrs. P. M. Lucas.
will bo enlarged
throughout and will
bo tho finest bathing
resort on the coast.
For Sale. m
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FIIOM S5.00 UP.