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LfOCAL AND GENERAL.
James V M-UH'in, Iho nuc
llonier, in Iioiiio ngnin.
Tlio bikoliko lintl only n very
low paHHOiiKi'rH ycHlculay.
IMillip lVek Imh 1 tut nod to
Ililo from a trip to tlm ConHt.
Mrs. J) II Ilitclicouk diet! in
llilo on thu liinruiiig of Outobui
Mission Children's SocioU
moots t tho homo of C. II. Atlior
S. Norris Ims -100 hum! of hcof
'cuttle fur silo ut Kiihuku nincli,
Ah Ping doiils in Chinese ton,
uigurs, ote., t Niumuu mid I'au
ahistveots. Tho Honolulu Typ graphicnl
Un o i will hold u important
meeting this ovuniiu;.
Dr Krystofovich has ictiiriiod
from a trip to tho Kjiui oolioo
Cu.itiiin Lcolnir and wifo and
A W Kooch n-tiunud by tho
G Uull yostorday afternoon.
Tho California Winn Company
has rosumod opor.itions todny, its
financial nihil rs liuving Demi au
, M. Phillips & Co. aro .igoiits
for tho ' Richmond Goin" cigar
lotto, noted for purity, strength
No reception will bo held at tho
Jnpnneso Consulato on Monday
noxt oviiiK to tho illness of Mr.
JI Zorho has boon appointod
'customs inspector and U
! cSJn, J Hakor and
Mr Uwtn, cus-
Tho Honolulu Athletic Associ
ation will hold a meeting on Mon
day uight to discuss foot-ball and
Eosidonts of Hilo ought to bo
happy. Tim bark Annio Johnson
brought thotn thirty cases of
Tho Hicholiuu will sorvo tho
I usual French dinner from 5:30 to
7:30 p. in. Tho Kawailian club
will bo in attendance.
Charles llammov lias rocovorcd
from his leceiit illness, aud was
about tiwn tod.iy v i-ivinc tho
grootings of numerous friends.
L. Alilo's store on Nuuanu
street is w oil-known for first-class
dry goods and gonortil merchan
dise It is tho agoncy for the best
rice plantations on this island.
Judge Whiting is confined to
hishouso by illuoss, and in viow
of Judgo Cooper's anticipated
resignation tho term of Court
vJiioh was to opon on Monday
will probably be postnonod.
Horatio Barber camo down town
yestorday after being laid up four
months "in the Queen's Hospital.
His friends wore glad to see him
Bioyclo collisions scorn to bo
nuito fashionable Henry Gilos
and a native indulgod in one yes
terday afternoon and tho former
hurt his arm slightly.
Tho trial of Ah Kai and Ah
Tuck for tho larcony of a horso,
, which has ocoupiod Judgo I'orry
for a couple of days, ended this
morning with a vordict of not
Mr. and Mrs. John Nott cele
brated tho fortieth anniversary of
their marrngo yosterdny. Thero
was a family reunion in tho ovon-
' iig. The couple is ouo. of tho
most esteemed among nil tho old
rosidonts of Honolulu. Mr. Nott'a
father iB still living in Now York.
The directors of tho Kalakaua
Monumont Association havo ac
cepted tho complotod bust for
which a contract wns givon to
Allan Hutchinson. It will prob
ably be exhibited ut tho Art
League before being placed in tho
Tho yacht Hawaii, roportod in
yesterday's paper as going to
l,ibbit Island today with Messrs.
miliurston, O.sctir AVhito, Hebron,
Luthor Wilcox and others, was
signaled at 10 o'clock this morning
of? Diamoud Iload with her jib
' Carried away. The purty must
havo beon getting it rough.
Prof. Cook roports his singing
class at tho Y. M. 0. A. as vnry
satisfactory ulthougli not so largo
as it ought to bo. Tho personnel is
uiioxecptionablo mid many of tho
mombors possess unusually line
voices. Some aro lotting this op
portunity puss who will regret it
in the future.
Ilgi-Ktif ll in Lcnxoiiing I'owir
Micrroofitl Oponliii; of llm Wouinn'a
i:rliiinun I.iintli Sen lie.
Yesterday, from eleven to one,
tho Indies of the Women's Ex
chnngo, 111 King street, opened
thoir now lunch room mid for two
hours served as nico a cold lunch
ns the Bulletin repiesontntivo,
who was present, over sat down
to, which is saying u good deal,
as Ins tastes aro very aristocratic.
About fifty people took advantage
of an opportunity to obtain an
appetizing repast, served on dain
ty china and at a modorato rate
The ladio aro to bo congratu
lated upqii tho successful manner
in which this new departure was
inaugurated. Under tho caroful
managomont of Miss Oliver, tho
iniiiagor, everything wont smoothly-
Lunch will bo sorvod daily,
hereafter, items on tho mnu
ranging in prico from live to ton
cents. Every urticlo is hoinomado
and excellent m quality. Nothing
is sold which is not mado and
placett on sale by some woman
who, in that way, desires to earn
Nothing is rocoivod from socie
ties of any kind or people who
havo places of businoss. Patrons,
thoreforo, not only gat a substan
tial meal for a little money, but
at the same timo assist a deserv
ing charity. The Woman's Ex
change lunch room ought to be
come famous as ouo of tho host
places in Honolulu to get a uicj
IoiiIIiIh' lintii (iliiiiirnl.
The long-oxncted concert iu
aid of a building fund for the Bt
rotania Streot Tennis Club comos
off this eveuing ut tho Y. M. U. A.
hall at b o'clock. Tho stage has
been transformed into a tennis
ground, and the conceit will be of
more than usual excellence. A
lui go audiouce is already assured.
wiieiii: IIIC WO.TIK.V VOTE.
In view of tho recont agitationa
in favor of woman's suifrago iu
tho United Stntes, it may ho of
interest to know that in nearly
all the countries on tho globe
womou havo hud some form of
suflrago for years. We of the
buited States are s imowhat slow
in oxtending to them this privi
loco. In England, Scotland, and
AValus women voto for all elective
olliuors, oxcopt members of Parlia
ment. In Franco tho women teachers
eloct women mombors on nil
boards of education.
In Sweden women voto for all
oloetivo ollioers oxcept represent
atives. In Norway thoy have sohool
Iu Ireland they voto for tho
harbor boards, poor law guar
dians, aud iu Bolfast for muni
In Russia womon householders
voto for all elective oflicors.
Iu Finland thoy voto for all
In Austria-Hungary thoy voto,
by prory, for all elective officers.
Iu Italy widows vote for mom
bors of Parliament.
In Hindostan women oxoroiso
tho richt of suflrago.
Women havo municipal suffrago
in Capo Colony, which rulos ono
million square miles.
Municipal woman suflrago rulos
in Now Zealand.
Iceland, in tho North Atlantic,
tho Isle of Man, botwoon Eng
land aud Ireland, Pitcairn Island
iu tho South Pacific, havo full
lu tho Dominion of. Canada
women have munloipal 8 ill I'm go iu
every province, and also in the
Iu tho United States twonty
oight States and Territories havo
givon womon some form of suff
rage. Hum's Horn.
m m ..
Pa Luin got a $50 fino from
Judge Perry this morning for
running agamo known as llussitui
EVEiNINO HUIiUSTr.V, NOVBMUEH 12. lSllfi
I.nliil I H Ot t Jlo ort.
SHE 13 NOW THE SECOND.
MISS liltlfi'S l'llli:l)S IIOINIi
so.ni: soi, in woitic.
Ili'siill of tho llullrtln'a I!lc)clo
Vmlug 'oiilrt l'i In Noon Tii-
ill J -An llrrur 1 : v tln In im.
Owing to ono of those unfortu
nate mistakes which the "intelli
gent compositor is prone to make, color witiimitiiyv. I pi
,, , ... ,,, . ... ni'tlon nml irlvi-tin-pulill
tho names of Miss l'honio King tu-timt it im- i(-,-n tiii
and . A. Olios wore transposed
in the table of votes printed yes
torday, with tho result that hor
name appeared fourth on the list
instead of third. However, in tho
light of today's count tho miy
tako has douo tho young lady
no harm, for she is now second
on the list, as the lkaurm pre
dicted slio soon would be.
Four hundred and ten votes
woro cast in tho 21 hours onding
at noon today, of which 132 wore
for Miss King. Ono little woo tot
who had to be lifted up to tho
cotiutor was ono of thoso who
votedfor that popular young lndv
this morning. H.E.Walker gained
1!) votes on the day and he is as
far in tho load as over, but it re
mains to bo soon what Miss King's
frioinls will do about it in the m xt
few davs. The writer knows ouo
m m who is g'ing to put in a hun
dred votes for hor in a day or two
and there will be probably ma1 y
others who will do the same bo
fore tho contest is ended.
With regard to tho niOHt pnpn-
lar bicycle the Cleveland is stil
in tho loud, but tho Kamulor is
commencing to closo up tho gap
that heretofore yawned between
first aud second place Tho
Tribune still koops woll ahead for
third plnco and its frieuds aro
Following is tho result of to
day's count, as furnished by tho
Previously counted 2139
Now votes today 110
HE Walki-r ,
Miss I'lunlo Kluu
I) (I I.)curi:u
Miss II OUvn
Crescent . .
THE ri'XEHAL OF MitS. lUCHKLF.
Snares, u Ilu of l!cv A. F. Soaivs, will tako
place at the Central I'nloh Ohureh at 'J p. m.
to-morrow (Sund.i) ) Frlenils are lnlled to
attend without fiu'thir notiie.
A lnrfio flock, euoiiRli for ovcryliody.
Place order early to In.ure lari;eit birds.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
X" $? Vi)
u J-' Jm
Lwnrs imi (H:Ti.riiv It nlHiriN me
print iini-iii toiall tin-ulti ntli.ti of Hit-pub
lie to in) Yulf'M I lair Ionic, which N the Unit
mid only rcni-ilv Known to rhi'iiiltry uhldi
1hU1i-I) tiirim cmi hulr li.itk to itn iirlirlnnl
rioiially Indnrri lt
i" In) voU'inii u'unrnn-
'll III I1 ITI' f iiiim Iv .
nlili- hii.v, nml hui iinnril Itm-lf ilu- onU llnlr
sh-i-iih-. ii i-nipi nalr-fnllliii; Inmu-illjlclv
nml iTintesn liiMirlouirnwth Contnliif nil
Injurious liiBii-dli-iit. It lunol ntlrkv run-ii ;
on tho rotitrnry, It inukethi- Ii ilr nlt, voutli
lul. llully, kic It In curl ami mnou'Viliitul
ruir. lorj;i'iit1inu-ii nml hulk's ultli hulrii
llttli'i;rn), utrrnkwt urn), viitlrt-lv urn) nml
wllh 1IAI.1) UKADS, It is up. daily m-oin-luvniUil.
All druirirUtu 1'rloefl; nlso Yule's Skin
Vooil, I.,M); Vnlc'sCunipc-Klon Crrmii, ?1
i nle's Kiito l'-iwilcr, JUc-; Yiile'n lli-nuty
!i" Jluii... Ynle. Ili-nllli nml CoiupU'xhiii
SpoclnlM.Tomiilfof llimitv. ItilstMc t,
Clilrai;ii (iulilu to Iliuutv uiulkU free
IIOIIUON DKUO CO.,
Building and Loan A$ociation
The regular inoiithlv mooting
will b hold ut tho Cliiunbor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, November -1, 18!).", at 7:30
Ksrl'ayiuonts are required in
A. V. GEAK,
inn iiKADor vu:i:r cattmj.
tUU bulo in lots to KUtt.
Kiilinkii, K.in, Iliiwuli.
ricasaut (urnislu-il room witli iKmril in pri
vate family, mlilrosH II,
14l.3t lliilletin Ollicc.
A Sl'KCIAL Mr.KTIXd OP THE STOCK
holilera of Ihu Wooi'lun n I'rult Co. Ltd., will
li! held at the olllcu of .1. 3. Walker, on Wed
nesday, XuTcmuer Ii, l-'J"i, at IU o'clock a.m.
J. S WALK Kit,
142-td Secretary Wooillawn Fruit Co. Mil.
Tho A I
IUOU toitH, i due on or about
Ami will lmo immcilluto ilihpntch for
fj& For particulars uf freight nml pas
sa;o apply to
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO. Ltd.
'I he alioTi
llii-jtlc ni luadr good a.
H. G-. Wooton,
107 Kltiu utriLt.
"N. S. SAOHS,
o'JO, Fort Street, ...... Honolulu.
TUB VERY LATEST NOVELTIES:
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,
Table Coven, l!niinern, Tiny Cloth iu i.' choice demoim
htniuiHMl mill l'ninteil Cimhion I'um in Diu-k nml Alt Uoiiim.
DOWN PILLOWS IH ALL SIZES
rmhroiilcry.wnHli SilkH nml Liucn Flogs in nil colors, cunrautceil
townsli. s : : : : : , . .
Sills: zingpe 0 Oottonrj. zirLg-e
For fanoy work.
SJBF" TlicKc nro licnutiful gooilH, niul
hnvo lirnt choice.
Mudo of the Finost and Most Dolicately Kluvoroil Tobncoo.
For sale liy all Druggists nml Cigir Dctlors.
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO MAKINE IIAITAVAY. PAT
runs lirimj.ht frco from the tug-boat
wharf on telephoning Ko. oSft. Furnished
rooms to let on the premises.
l.'HMf M1M.J.I1. HEIST.
For Sale or Trade.
Hawaiian Mado Phaeton
Apply to J. M. McCHESNEY,
III order to bo "ltiglit
in it," nhvnys insist on
jotting Seattle Brew
iny and Malting Co.'a
No, -KW, Kttunuu strett
11ns just riciivi d n new line of
I)HY COODS. MDIEH AM) GENTS'
in . .
rillOiy AND (JENEUAL MIUtOlIAN-
Aent for the following rice plantntions-
Wniplo, Wnlnwn, Wuiii.nlu, Wnialun,
Kuiu-ohe mid Kapalnum.
1F My rico from Knurolio is inarUnd
I A and is Kuumutted Al.
I-. O. llox III, .... Telephouo IU3.
W ART LIENS
niiiHt lie men to bo appicciateil. Cono nml
M. PHILLIPS &.CO.,
Agents for UnwniUu Inlnnds.
AM. HILLS ovmt TIIIIEE MONTHS
due the unik-ili;iii-i Mill be placed Iu tho
hands of an Attorney for collection If nut
paid bj the first of .Nowmbir, HB.
1;is'-'- (!. WEST.
i.V"i:i). WESTMAYKH" I1EKM.V UP
" rluht l'lano Iu cuclliut comlltlon will he
wild cheap. Address, X,
l-t' lIuil.ETlv Olllce.
AMt l'EHSONS JIAVINQ CLAIMS
r ngniiist Sanlioni A- Co., Contractors,
for fence lmildiug on tho Waianao Division
of thoOnhti Kailwny nml Land Company,
nru reipiesteil to send their accounts iuuue
diatnly to tlio ofllco of tho (Mini Kailwny
mid Laud Co. or tliey will not m iilloueil.
1 ll-lw C. I. SAXllOHN .t CO.
Hawaiian .'. Lime.
In Bbls. or in Buckets,
Including ojiituiner CO cents per bucket.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd,
(Spciial ttrms on largo lots for shipment
of the First
In Tun Mattmi oi- Tin: 11.nkiu-itcv
IIF KAMJIlUir, Dill.Ml IH-MIM.-S AS
Till: 1'At'llloTlMIII.MI COMI-4NV.
Creditors of tlio tuid ll.iiiLiuptaio hereby
notilied to c-oito m mid prote their debti
bufiire the Circuit Court of the First Circuit
ut Chnuiburs. nt lloiiolulu on Fridnv tlm
Mil day of Nocuiber, lb'JH, lictweeu the
liours of ten o'clooU in the forenoon and
noon of tho biilit diy, nml elect nn Ab
slgneo, or Asftlgmes, of ll-esnlil Ilaukrupt'
-"liUe. lly the Court.