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M'Iiii $11110 of crlokot bi'kihh to ho
rovlv'nj; nl San FiiiiiaiHco.
Hnby Doxtor iH down willi
innliirlnl fi'Vi r.
Th bo "i-IrIiI In il" in wlml tlm
Crllunon iill'urH with Smtllo lioi-r.
Minister Villin mid fmnily hiivo
(niio to I llio with thuIi'MiiiiiiRlon.
Tim lndiotf of llio Kiuvniiiliii)
chureli mo mooting thin iiflor-
Tho Wonmn's KxclmnRU ro
oponod ltd lunch dopiirtini'iit to
diiy. Oonsidoniblo rain full in tho
vulloys mid ut Dimnoiul Head last
Thuio wns n good allondiuico ut
tho drill of tho mounted runorvu
Tho olioir of thi Fvuwrimliiio
church hua conimoiicfil rliuars .1
It. L. Wurnoii, who was pro
minoiit during tho cindoinic, loft
on tho Bryant yestorduy for good.
Tho dium corps ia boing in
structed lh Hinging tindur the
tutorship of JL'rofossur Yiirndloy.
Morgan sold dry goods and
pmvimona at auction tins morn
ing for N'ishiinuni in tho Foster
"William Cowan will opon a
grocery storo on tho Hotel stroot
premises formerly usod by Atrs.
Patterson for tho buiuo purpose
Two hundred and six members
niHwrod to their iiami'.s at tho
roll c.dl of tho Central Union
church on Wednesday uvouing.
The Board of Diroctors of tho
Kalakaun Monument Association
wero to moot at z ociook mis
afternoon at Mark Robinson's
A local pnpor advertises n lot of
lmd for hilo a little ovor 5x0 feet
in si.o. to which thoro ar throe
foot-path entrances on oach of
Sunday will bo tho birthday of
tho Empeior of Japan, and his
subjects in this city aro making
gnat preparations to properly
celebrate the event.
The ad. of Krannsebwo'gor &
Co., wholesale liqu r iiieichunts of
Sun Fnuicifcco, calls attention to a
nuuibor of brands of Bourbon
whiskies and other liquors.
A runaway team took n whool
off a Chinaman's cart last night
on King stroet, and tho horso
then went in to tho Arlington for
something to oat, but a patrolman
took hi in a way.
Tho trial of Li Shai in tho Dis
trict Court yestorday on a
charge nf footbindingendod in his
boing found guilt)' and sentenced
to a lino of $25 and costs. The
judgment wns appealed.
The Pacific Sugar Mill Com
pany 1ms elected tho following
officers: F A Schaofer, President;
Ernest Mott-Sraith, Vice-President;
Henri Bonjes, Socrotnry;
J Hotiug Treasurer; J H Paty,
Tho Minsion Children's Society
will meet tomorrow evening at
the homo of C. H. Athorton, un
der tho presidency of Professor
Richards. The subject to be dis
ensbod is "Early Education of
Hack drivors report a dangerous
holo nn Beictauia street, opposite
Judgo WhitiiiK'h residence), whore
.thoiu is a culvoit and iron grating.
Tiio unison work iH brokou away
from tho iron grating, loaving a
holo big eno.igh for a horse to
get both foot into. An accident
from this causo camo near hap
pening last night.
A Chineso who said ho camo
from Kauai with a wife and two
children, nil of whom woro vory
hungry, told his littlo talo of woe
in tho Bulletin oflico lust night.
Ho claimed ho could not obtain
any oniploymout bocauso the othor
Chinoso woro all doivn on him.
Ho wis reforred to tho Chinoso
Yesterday afternoon a littlo
n f to r 5 o'clock Mr. Larson's bi
cyolo collided with A. Seabury on
Hotel street. Boforo tho collision
Seabury shouted out, "Oh Lar
son 1" but ho did not ptop. They
wero both thrown to tho ground.
Whon Larson stond up ho bogan
bcratohing his arm and Seabury
his leg itndboth wont off laughing.
Othorwise nobody was hurt, and
ovou tho whcols woro unscathed.
llit ..( in L.-uui.n.. iWr
BifdC lu-i-rt nl Tin m sHn a-e
Paul Iso iberg and wife rnliirn
id on tho Iwaiini t iia im ruing.
2. B. Brakonridgo, n Ilniinlci
BchooVaclicr, is stopping at tho
About fifty ppoplo naitouk of
lunoh at tho Woman's Kschimgu
M. Rrnsch and A. V. Pctors
wore among tho p.issoi.gors
brought over by tho Iwalani.
Genial John A. HnssincT of tho
Interior Office was unable to como
down today from illness.
li.,0. Hall it Son c.ill attontiou
in a striking advertisement to
their "Cottage" and ".Navy Floor
and Dock" paints.
The Tax Assess ir's books for the
fijcil your are now open for in
spection botweon the hours of 0
and -1 daily until tho loth.
That tho Kona collet' crop of
thid yo.ir was not a complete f.iil
uro may bo sot down to tho credit
of Commissioner Marsdon and the
post dostroyers he has introduced.
Tommy Krouso, tho popular
proprietor of the Arlington hotel,
is thinking of taking a trip to tho
Co.ist for his health. Ho will
probably louvo on tho S. N. Castlo
next weok and return n tho snno
vessel. Ho will tako his little
daughter with him. Mr. Kroiibo
bus been hero for a number of
years and wants a chango bai'.ly.
Kopali, n native, hiied a hoiso
from Smith, the In s mau, last
night to go to Mauualuii, but in
stead of doing so g -t drunk and
ran into a Chinofo hack. He
paid tho Chinaman for tho (Tam
il go li.no this morning and Judge
Perry let him off with t io usi.ul
fine if two dollars.
SA1.ADN AND TIlKIlt DUKSSI.tfi.
Sumo ol tin. Secret nl Tills Im
portant Cutliinr' Art.
Tho woman who numbors
among hor accomplishments that
of good salad making is apt to bo
a superior sort of person. Sho is
now in hor glory, for vegetables
nud soa food aro in their prime,
and sho has amplo opportunity f. r
a display of hor powors in this ro
spoct. Tho secret of goi.d salad
lies largely in the dressing, and
an othorwiso delicious dish may
bo spoiled by inattention to this
A French silnd dressing, which
is nind'j of ono tablospoonful of
vinegar, throo tablospooufuls best
olivo oil, ono quarter spoon of
pepper, and ono-half spoon of
salt, is simplo aud good for
chicory, romaino, watercress,
dandelion, cucumbor and string
Celery, cabbngo nud hoets aro
tho ingrcdionts of a salad whioii
fs highly rocoinmended. To pro
paro it tako equal quantities of
colcry and cold slaw, and one-half
tho bulk of colory in pickled
boots; out fino, mix thoroughly,
and sot away in the ice-box. Add
remoulado s.iuce, made i.ltor tho
following recipe: Three hard
boiled eggs, ono raw yolk of egg,
ono tablospoonful of tarragon
vinegar, one-half teaspoon of
made mustard, salt aud cayounu
popper to tasto, threo tablospoi in
of mivo oil; put tho hard boilod
yolks of tho eggs in a mortar or a
bowl and mash thorn perfect y
smooth; add to thorn mustard,
seasoning, one-half of the vinegar,
and mix thoroughly; now add,
drop by drop, tho oil, turning all
tho time; then tho yolk of tho
raw egg Whon this is thorough
ly worked in add tho rost of tho
vinegar. Mix thosauco vory care
fully to prevent curdling, aud
alwiys stir in ono direction.
Tho mixing of vinaigrotto
sauco, parsley sauco, and mayon
naise drossing is a fino art. Those
additions convert plain food into
such palatablo dishes in tho way
of salads that ovory Voman owes
it to hersolf to mastor tho princi
ples of good salad making, aud of
preparing tho best dressing for
oach particular kind of salad.
kvisninci mjM.Bm, novum msit i. isiw
- Liilml t H (lev I Jh.iirl.
llllDM.IIilll ( DM i:iit
ilir Iliiunllnii lliiml Ullll'lii) lualu
it ilioiinia Siiuiri'.
Notwithstanding (In- band gavo
a delightful eoncerl at Thomas
I Square last night, another ono is
t,o bo given at tho snno phioo this
uvouing with nn on tiro chango of
program. If a vote was takon on
tho most popular location fur band
concerts it would very likely bo
found that Thomas squaro would
bo as far ahead of other placos as
U. E. Walkor ia ahead of Ins com
petitors in the Bulletin's bicycle
Following is the piogrmn for
this ovoning's concert.
1. Overture "1 lit; Klnc's Lieutenant"
a. .iinrrii--"uur llliioiner IllrlV',
11 Palilalia "Outlcntloii"
4. Selection "'llie Itlials"
.1. Selection "llolicmUn Clri"....
II. ll.illnd "Don't be Cross"
7. Waltz "l'arnille of tlie l'nclllc"
S. March "1 liu Hand Plnjcd On".
i:rurialon Io Wnlunao.
Ciencral Manager Dillinghmu
tondertd Mr. and Mrs. E. 1'.
D.ivis of Vancouver an excursion
to "Waianao aud return over tho
lino of the Oiiliu Hallway j'estor-
day afternoon Tho patty was
composed of Mr. mid Mrs. Davis,
Mis. B. F Dillingham, Mr. and
Mrs. Kiuogel, Mrs. C. B. Smith,
Colonel AV. F. Allen, II. M. Whit
ney, Sr., and "W. J. Gallagher.
Bids for tho oxcivating and
stonework nocossary in tho con
struction of tho new Cistlo tfc
Cooke block on tho corner of
Hotel and Bolhel str.ots w.-w
oponed thismoruing, Arthur Har
rison being the lowest biddor,
Tho bids wore Lucas Bros. .'1850
E. H. Thomas $3327; Patzi
$29-10; A. Harrison '27'J8.
Car lloracft lor Kucluml.
Two hundred and sevonty-five
thousand horses thrown out of
use iti tho United States has an
indirect inlluunce on tho price of
hoibollesh all i.Vor the world. Tho
chommess of tho trauspoitation
across the Atlantic permits their
shipment to England at rt vory
low cost, und American horses aro
ah oady finding their way toEuglish
s.ilo stables. In this way tho in
direct ii.iliiences of oloctrical in
vention aro being folt by tho Eng
lish agriculturists, alrondy groan
ing over tho many burdens thrown
on thoir shoulders.
Little Carrie lmd beon instruct
ed to loam n scripture verso with
tho word good in it. Accordingly
her p.ironts taught hor. "It is
to do good on tho Sabbath day."
Tho littlo maid roponted her text
many times softly to horsolf be
fore tho boginning of the general
oxercises in which all tho Sunday
school classes wero to join. Then,
when her turn came, sho sont a
ripple ovor tho audience by ro
citing in o'carbut lishing accontt:
"It is nwfu' to bo good on tho
A lnrgo flock, enough for ovoryboily.
riuctt orders early to Innuic largest birds.
IIBNRYZDAVIS '.& CO.
in nil: I'oi.k i in in.
Mrllf) Vim llelu lid 'lit
Tho principal case tried in tho
District Court this inuming was
that of Henry von Jluig, wlio is
one of those mysterious Individii
als who iiiiiniigu to live without
woiknig.uif) uliiillrnlrii-tii) under
the II tlOe of the police for his pro
pensity iii ncci.lng Irfdius of
ihu Central Union Church.
Mr. Hug mis ehnrged with having
no visible lawful inemisof supjiort
in Honolulu, for two months prior
to October 'Jotli l.ist. or in other
words with being a vagrant. Ho
hud means enough, however, to
employ lawyeisM.igoon and Hum
ph leys for his dd oiiso. Detective
Hummer testified that he had
watched the dolondiinl for
some mouths pust ami
particularly for tho last
two two months during which lie
had seen him as much as hull'
n dozen times a day. Ho
appealed to bo always walking
about doing nothing. Witness
hud ofibiod him work and tolil
him to call at tho station house mid
gut a job. Tho defendant in re-
turn H. llll: "I imv-.T nal.-iwl v..i.
or anybody elso for work. You
can go to a certain warm nlnco."
Tho detective did not follow this
.'Jt'-lier "Jvicu but .lirt-Htutl him. Ham
.'.'.'licreer liar said the defendant hud work-
.I)e Wilt utl two or tlruo t,uvs wn01 tlt!0J..
civations for tho Von Holt block
woro being niado but quit be
cause ho d dn't liko hard work.
Tho detective was coiroborutod
by dottcmos VautJieson, Coidos,
Kapaa and Captain Scott. For
the defonso B. F. Dillingham
and J. F. H.ckfold turtilied that
had seen the defendant ..ml
thought ho had api. lied for work,
llio defendant was found guilty
and sentenced to two months tin-
pnsoumont and to p.iy Jf'i.'iO
costs. Notice of nppeiil was Ii id
Tho cliaigo of piufan.ty against
Mis. K.Spenetr w.is nolle pros.'d.
Chin Chin and Cluing Luiu were
fined $1!5 euch and costs for un
lawfully outoriug the Hawaiian
The trial of live natives for niu-
tilnting a cow by rnnnii g a spoar
l'"'g ' uk resulted in tho
conviction of Hikinu,
I lined ifiiO and cost-.
Sing "Wo is a popular cigar
dealor at King and Hotel strtets.
IIo Yen Koo it Co.aio plumbers
who bolievo in giving the printers
a share of their wealth
Now Advortisomcn s.
Building and Loan Aociafcion
Tho rognhir monthly meeting
will be held at the Chnmbor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING. November -1, 18Jo, at 7:30
KiCPnymonts aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
1'leiiHatit fnrnlslieil room with bonrcl in pri
vtilo fmnily, mlilioss II,
H2.31 lluletin Ollice.
A SI'KCIAI. MKETI.NT. OK THE STOCK
liolders nftliu WooeUun Krult Co. I.ld , will
bo held nl Hie ollleo of .1 S. Wnlker. cm Wed
neday, NtiTember (1, li'jS, t 10 o'elock n in.
J S WAI.KKIt,
U2-td ScerLtary Woodl.tuu I-'rull Co. Ltd.
'1 he u bore
lllcjelo wus nude an good as
H. G-. Woe-ten,
N. S. SACHS
G'JO, Foil Stroot,
Till! V15UY J.ATUST NOVKhTUSS :
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,
Tnl.le r-vcM. Uuiiiicn.. TmyClotlw in new? el.oire il..H.Rn
hluiniie.1 iiti.1 1'nliiitil Cushion irul in Duck nn.l Art Dbuii,,.
Kmbmidery.'wiish Silks nml Linen
to wash. : : :
SilDs Fringe 0
gJtT These iiro benntlfiil good, nud
havo first choice.
removes wrinkle anil nil truces of (;. I
lecils through tho Hires anil builds up tho
fatty lucinbriines anil wasted Uhhiich,
nourishes tlio Mhrivclleil anil shrunken
skiu, tones and iuvii;orates tho nerves and
muscles, onriches Hid i-nix-verished blood
eshi.ls.anilhUiiilies youthiiuil elasticity to
the action of the skin. It's perfect.
Yule's Skiu rood.iiriro $l.ti0nnil$.1,
lit all drug stores. MMK. 51. YAI.K,
Health und lluuuty Spceiahst, 141! Btnto St.,
Chicai;. lluuuty (liuilo. nmilud frio.
I10DUON DUUO CO.,
Hawaiian .'. Lime.
.At Tie tail
In Bbls. or in Buckets,
Including container ft) cents per bucket.
PACIFIC HARDWAKE CO., Ltd,
(Special terms on l.iro lots for shipmtnt.)
1 1( tf
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO MARIXn UAILWAY. PAT
rons hrouKhl fieo fiom tho tu-boat
w nrf on telophoninu No. 5815. Furnished
rooms to let on the premises.
l.-W-ti MltS.J. Il.ItKIST.
For Sale or Trade.
iliiwtiiii M l'Won
Apply to J. M. McCHESNEY,
Tho A I
1000 tons, is due on or about
And will lnuo immediato ilispatch for
J6? Tor particulais of freight and pas
sajo apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO, Ltd.
'Srfi. '.! 4 v 5
1 -i x. x v..r.s
NEW ART LINENS
IH iiLL SIZES,
Dos-iin nil colors, cunrnntie.l
; . . ib'iu
uiukI lx) soan to ho npi.rccintuil. Come nnd
AI.I. im.I.8 0Vi:it THKKK MONTHS
due Hie iiiid.T.Si,,,l ll be tdaced in llio
T.,:.:,l.,?"B-".,.'V!?. ("r. ''''"' If t
1:ls--' (8. WKS
AN"'1',,;;')I,1,vE8TMAVnU" IIEIIMX VV
" rlt'lit I'lan.. In nvllwit loiiilltlnii will bo
M fliejp. AJdrrim, .-
kU. l'i:US(JXS HAVING CLAIMS
n uyainst -anlH)m A Co., Contractors,
for fence buiMing on the Waianao Division
of the Oalui Hailwiiy and Liuul Coiuiaiir,
nrun.in-.ti(l I,, Mii.l ibnr ucoiuhIh iinine
thnti 1 to (h oflUti of tho Uubii ltmlwnv
nndUimlC.i or(lie. will not lw ulloweil.
1 '' I'. I. SANIJOHN .k CO.
E 13. THCILIAB,
COXTll VCTOIl AMU IIUILDI3K
jTarKsliiiMtcs i vou on all
kiii'lti of Stona, Jinok and AVikiI
work. Kiufr airoot. -17-lf
I nrner Kliij; and IloM street.,
Dealor in Cigars and Tobaccos
Al lowest price.. H..
irO YEN KEE & CO ,
and dealers In
CltOCKKKY, (JI.ASSWAUK, KTC, HTC.
Water Pipes, lal.t mid repaired,
uiiu I'liimMiiiK ill-ally evtcilted.
N'o II, Nuuanii street.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CO.VTKACTOU3 AND HUII.DEHS,
Furiiilureof all kinds made and repaired.
Ilu ldlnr Iiiiui-h and making rleo mills a spe
ilall) I . O. ll.u lie.', corner Klin; aud lletiul
?0- Nuii.mu street.
Denier ui Ladies' and Gentle
Hoots and bln.es to order. I uru the brtt
uialerlal. Onods narniutid lowiar well. Ui-
In The Circuit Court of the First
In Tub Mvmu ol Tub IIi.nkiu'iti'v
"' Ksv,nr.si;, Doimi 1Uinx as
Till I'ACIHOTIUI.IMI CoMI'AM-.
Cicilitors of tho .aid llaiiKriiptnio hereby
notiliuil to como in and jiroo (heir debts
beforo tho Ciicuit C'mut of tho l'ust Circuit
at Chambors, ut Honolulu on I'mlay (ho
8th day uf Nounibur, lhW, U'lwteu tho
hours of tou o'clock in the forenoon anil
noou of the. snia day, und tlict an As
signee, or Aslgueos, of the said Danhriipl's
Ist.ito. lly the Court.
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