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LOCAL AND GENERAL
JoHupli Murxdi'ii ia -17 yonrrt old
llcgislnir Own-fin Attliltiy is u1l
to hi- nl his olliuu iigiiin.
Liich soils cfirritiffUH at miction
lOIUnl'lilU' III IK'Oll.
.Itiilgo Kulfo mid wifo rotiirii
by t ho Cliiiiiluiu tli Ih ufloi noon.
Tim Novi'tnbur 1'nriulHo of llio
Pnoillc can bu ublaiiiud at tho
JhiIo Cooper tnko-4 cliaro of
tlio oilieo of MniiHtor of Furaiijn
Uov. O. P. Einantoti mill MiH3
Miunii Mutator left by thu Hall
today for Hawaii.
A. Moiloiros and fa i ily left by
tlio Warntnoo lust infant ; utao 10.
Jos liilniun and .1 W. David
son uro outgoing pifsoiigora by
tho Cl.iudino today.
Humor lias it that Judg" Mi
g.iOii'H iippoiuttiiont is on I' tom
poriiry. Two teuins from tlio Allilotiu
Assnciition will lino up for foot
ball on Thanksgiving day.
Lato cars woro filloil with .Inpa
licht! on thou wiiy homo from
Captain O'Hiioii's squad of tho
(Jiiuen'ri Ciuaid a Wiiulud at tho
Station llouso at 7:110 tonight.
Tlio Women's Board of Mis
sions is in sossiou this afternoon
at tin.' Central Union church.
Mrs. Charles Tumor was re
cently the recipient of a compli
mentary benefit in Sidney.
Mrs. Birnio delivored an ad
dress to thirty five members of
the Loyal Legion yosterd y af
tornoon. Miss Nowmmi, who was in
ch.irgu of Dr. Urodio's jaiiitarium
at Waikiki left forjfiuieouver on
V. S. Martlott, formorly of Ila
niwui. is on duty at tho Mor
olntiit's Exchange during Seoley
The ladies of tlio Honolulu
Hospital Flo wor Mission will meet
at -1 o'clock this nl'tornoon at the
1. .1. C. A. rooms.
Kveryono should rend what
Mis. Hturtevniit-Peot says of the
bicyc o for Indies. It is in the
Hawaiian lLirdwaro Co.'s col
umn. Tho Canadian I'nciflo Railroad
has declared a dividend on the
proforrrtd stock of 4 p"r cent por
milium for tho half your ending
Tho Honolulu Choral Socioty
will not meet this evening. On
ill-count of the short notice many
members havo asked to havo it
J. Alox. Lylo. formor captain of
the Myrtlo boat club, with his
wife and daughter, is on the way
back from an nxteiided visit to his
old home in the Cast.
E. P. D.ivis, tho attorney of the
Canadian- Australian Stoatuship
Cmipany, with his wife, left on
tho Warrimoo for Vancouver last
Company A. will have another
election on the 14th, this tiino to
fill the vacancy for second lion
tcu, mt caused by the intended do
p.irturo of Lieutenant Carter.
What is this? Well, it looks
like ii surgeon's saw horse, but
O. K. Willi tins &. Son tell you
that it is a rack for movng pianos.
That firm is up to dato in every
line of its business.
Viggo Jacobson, tlio pen nitist,
has removed to the White Hoiice
on Nuuanu avoniio, his former
homo having boon broken up. If
you ring up Tol. 132, you will
find him very much in your or
vico. Tho o.inl of A. S. Humphreys,
fittoruoy at law, appo.irs in an
other column. Mr. Humphreys
lnts been associated with J. Alin-ti
Mngoon for the past two month
and will cont'iine to givo Inn at
tention to the piMctieo onjoyed by
Harold Sharp, who was injured
yesterday afternoon in front of
Lowis A, Co.'s by tho breaking nf
n plank on which ho was tttid
ing, is resting easy tod .y in npite
of having ono rib fraetuied. In
falling be struck agiiust a pro
jecting plank, which did the mischief.
ll-K.,sl . f t livening Pow.r
Shoriir Illtcliroi'k returned to
Hiiwnii today liv the W G. Hub.
Kaiiuitna was arrested this
morning us a common nuix.inco.
Maria Burito was arrested this
morning for deserting contract
The Y. M. C. A. orchestra meets
on Thursday evening, nnd evory
member is requested tube prcPont.
A large number of Japmpsn nrn
making prepiirntious to loavo for
lmtno on the Asloun about the
The rogular monthly mooting
of t'-o lloiird of Directors of the
Healani JJoat Club Inis boon post
pined until tomorrow ovening.
Tho bocond trial of E. Wood
ward for smiliiutioii is proc-iding
bforo .Judge Mngoon. Ilartwell
nod ltosa n ro projociiting, nnd
Noiiiminn doi'ondiiig. At tho pie
vious trial tho jury disagreed.
W. S. Luco will hold anothor
of his popular cash sales tomor
row at Levoy's former stniid. Uo
sides general in. rchandico ho will
sell an iron safe and other niticlos
by order ot tho Itritish Vicc-Con-sul.
Silo at 10 o'clock. I
Curtis J. Lyons, in charge of j
the W outlier lbireau, says tlmt
a lniikfd change in atmospheric!
conditions Imstikon placo within
the List week. Tlio air has be
come very much drier, and con
sequently pooplo fool the heat
Akitu, a Japnie-p, is undor ar
rest on a chaige of criminal libel
preferred by one of his country
women, of whom lie is accused of
publishing a scurrilous bhol m a
ptiblic.ttitiii known us the Atuisi
gashi, or in English, "Smart
Home attention is boing paid to
iho driveways in tho Judiciarv
builibng yurd. A quantity of
stono is piled to bo used in 10
pairs on the King street side. Tho
steam roller is working on tho
(juotm street sulo. Caretaker II.
J. Greeno is beginning to feel
bettor after his long importunity
regarding tho grounds.
iiuiti.ti. ov mi. inionii:
I.uro Atleiiiluiiee, lit tlio Iloimn l!l
liup Willi 'lnli.lScrvli'.
Thoro was a large and lvpreseu
titivo attendance at the funeral of
tho leto Dr. .Inhn Jlrodio at 'JL
o'clock yesteidiy. Uishop Willis
conducted services at the Hrodie
Sanitarium, Waikiki. Dr. Mur
ra), partner of the lamented gen
tleman, was chiof mourner,
and around tho colIin sat
tho nursos and othors connocted
with tlio sauitiirium. Composi
tions of flowus, ferns mid vines
woro tustofully disposod in the
purlors, by tho hands of Mrs. J
11. Hoyd, Mrs. Goo. Ueckloy, Mrs.
J. W. Hobeitson, Mrs. Lily
Auld, Misses Bliincho Coruwoil,
Melon Parker and Lucy Waul.
The pall beiuors were: V. M.
Siviinzy, F. A. Schaefor, Frank
IS. McStockor, (ieorge W. Smith,
Jamos II. liowl, Abraham Fernan
dez, Drs. Hibortand Myers.
A long procession of oai-ring-s
followed tho hoiiiho through town
io Nuuiinu coinotory. Most of the
local physicians joined in paying
tho last respects to thoir woll
In the civil department of
Judge Perry's eouit tho following
jndginonts woro rendered yester
day afternoon: T. E. Krouso
against MissOlgi Groonwald lor
.15137 51); in favor ol'.I.K. Kaul.a
and against W. II. Thornton for
i27.02; and in tho oaso of the
Hawaiian Hurdwaro Company vb.
Sin Moy Kee the latter confesses
j dgiiiont for TlOo'JO.
i'liril ul 'lliiinkn.
The uiidoisigiiod desires heart
ily to thank all those who partiol
pati-d-iii tho funoral of tho Into
Dr. 13ri.dii) yesterday afternoon,
and especially tho Indies who
kindly assisted in the floral deco
rations. Oil. T. V. MumiAV.
KVENLNCI MTM.ETIX, X0VJ3MJJKH fi. 1806.
- Ul.il t K 0't Jloiort
THE LADIES WILL CONTEST.
a ciMMir in tmi: n i,m:hns
Two New Nnmrx Aiiciir on Ilic Mat
TiKlnj- Wllliilrnunl or All ?lnlc
Tlio nninuucoinont of with
draw of nil tho gentlemen
whose names havo hithotto ap
peared in tho lit of those voted
for in the IJiillotin's bieyclo ci.
tost conios somowliat intlio iiatuio
of u surprise to many w ho were
not as well posted as the few in
tho d-al. As to Iho reasons which
led the contestants to withdraw
their names from tho contest tho
Iluiuvrix has nothing to say,
oxcept that their withdrawal
will mako no dillerenco what
ever in tho terms i.nd condi
tions of the eonb-st. In accord
ance with their request tho votes
hitherto cist in favor of the young
men havo been added to the ag
gregate ofthoso chi'-sed as "scat
tering" and that wi.l bo tin-oud '
Lnder the now phas" of tho
contest Mis F'hi'iiio King takes
tho lead with 040 votes ill her
fivor nearly liOnioio than sho
had ycbteid .y. S unoono lias been
doing sonio goud work f.r Mr-.
Looner as sho has polled 117 vets
today, making hot- second on
tho list. Miss .Joiuuo Gifi'.ird
is a now contestant, but her
first day's voto of 5 shows sho
will bo no mean competitor in the
long run. Miss Dora Mossman
is also a new competitor who may
develop considerable strength.
In tho vote for b cycles tho
Cleveland still heads the list with
111".'! votes asiigiinst !)US for the
ll.mblor. The Tribnno is third
and the Mouaroli fouith in the
Following is tho result of to
day's count, as furnished by tho
Previously counted 2S07
Now votes today :i!Jl
MU I'licnlo Klnu CIO
Mm lteiiiicr lill
Jl'lllllr (illl.iril .Mi
Mli II OIn !!'J
Dura MiKMiimi Ill
bralU'i ln "Jli'i
rumoMiH wriukU-M nuil all IniciHiif nu. I
luciU tliroiiKli tlio jiouw ami liuililn up the
futty nieiulii aiiiK anil wustuil tihunen,
nourislicH tlio Hlnivolleil mid Hlirniikou
Hkiti, tones mill iiivlKornten tlio ncrvoii mill
miihclim, unnulit'K thu i-jipovorUhed lilimd-Vi!hM.-lhtlnilMllll)llCH
yontli uml iliwticity to
thu iiction of tiiu Kl.in. It'll purfoct.
ViiIo'h Kkin rood,iirico S1.B0 nnd$:i,
at all drug nUm-n. Jl.MU. M. YAI.i:,
Ileiillhmnl lleiiuly Sn'i-iulihl, 141) tjlitlo Ht.,
C'lncu). livuuty liitidi-. luiiilcd (no.
m:is iuiiiii:i I'lio.n iiii.o.
(('outinucit from flit juujc.)
t tin in llilo us uoll us people on
tho other Inlands. The ulliiir
will take plnco on tho jotiirn of
tho Minister from tlio Volume,
which ui'l prolmbly bo tho latter
part of tho week.
llilo is slowly foiging alioml
and since my lust vis t Hero (7
months ago) they have erected a
lnrg. U o-story bloe on their
priucipil stioot. The hwor part
is mid as goneiul niorcliamliso
stoics by L. Turner and Tlieo.
Uavies it Company branch store.
Tho tipper part is a luri'o hall
suitablo for lodge purposts. Tlio
reception and banquet to Minister
Willis will bo civon in this hall.
A commodious two-story tiro
ongino llouso has aNo been erect
ed. The lire ongino and hosoout
are Housed theio and the voluu
toor lire department fool ablo to
eopo with any oonilugration that
may be foolish enough to put in
no appearance. Tho llollistor
Drag Co. mo going to put inn
branch store mid a building is
now being fittod out for that pur
no?e. Too E tctrio Light Co. uro
punning thoir building to comple
tion, and ililo will enjoy tho
novolty of their stroets and resi
dences lighted by electricity before
Jan. 1st. Mr. Grant the super
intendent informs mo that tho
poles havo arrived and ho intends
to begin wiring the city at oneo.
llilo has long felt the need of a
nowspupor, and the Hilo Tnbuno
is mi assured fact. Tho plant is
here and being placed in position
by that old-tune Honolulu
printer, Ch.is. K. Spoucor.
A new hotel is ao-o one of tho
possibilities of the no.ir future.
A huge sugar crop is oxpootod
this year, and all coll'eo is report
ed as doing nicely llobt. llyoroft
expects to tako .'10 0 0 lbs. from
30 acros on his Puna placo this
Tho llilo people have tnkon
kindly to the Christmas Edition
! of the Uuli.ktin and the district
will be represented in the 23 page
I Christmas number.
i Mi. Uradt'ord, the city editor
of tho Advertiser, is rust. eating at
1 the Volcauo llouso. A tele
phone message informs mo
ihat his health is much itnpnvod,
and that ho has about out Mmi-
agor Leo out of houso and homo.
Ho also has an insuno desire to
uso up all the sulphur Petor has
m hand, takiug sulphur baths.
He. how over, has not succfcodud.
Fred Smith, the genial passeng-
or a gut of tiio 0. 11 it L. Co., is
I still in Hilo routing. Ho will
I spend a few days at tho Volcano
j before he roturns to Honolulu.
His health is much improved.
i)v. hooper cmno over on tho
Bennington and is visiting Irionds.
B. L. FlN.NUY.
SeaUlo liter is a mild and refresh
ing drink. It will create llosh
anil generally improve tho system.
On draught at Criterion.
Regular Ctisli Sale
W. S. LUCE, Auctioneer.
ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. (5,
At 10 o'clock i. m
Clothing, Furniture, Groceries, Etc.
And liy order o( Itritlnh Vico Consul
I Iron Siifr, Hodhtoml,
lliueaii, Clock, '1'alilui,
Lumps, Tool CIicnIh, Shot
(inn, Lliuim, Clothini,',
W. S. Luce,
A InrKO Hock, enouyli for uverjlody.
t'lncc unlers early to limine luriictt blrJ.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
N. S. SACHS
C'JO, Fort Street,
TUB VERY LATEST XOVE1.T1I3S:
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,
Tnlile Covoh, Itminen, Tiny Cloths la new' ,lmro l(.iimn
hliiinocl mill fainted UusliU.ii I,h In I)ck un.l Art Douiiu.
Kinlinii(lcrynfili SillcHaiiil Much
to wimli . i : : :
fi? Thesi' nrn beautiful goods, nnd
Imvo first choice.
s'KS!riffii ii ,ityfrmmmmnj vxin-affv
Tt is the only one in town nml wo aIdvk. Pianos with
it. Yo move them safer, riuirker ami C'hkm'KH tlmu
any one else. We will also move your fur liture and
baggage of whatever description. Trunks to any
part of city 25 cents, smaller pai-kages 10 cents.
011, Kinu Street,
Aloha Bath House.
NHXT TO MAUIXfi ItAIIAVAY. I'T
rons brought free from tho tii(--lxt
whnrf on telephoning Xo. fiS3. Fuinisl.ed
rooms to let on tho premise.
l.-ill-tf JIHS. .1. II. HEIST.
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STAI1LE HOO.M TO LET I'ltOSI
r 1 to :i stalls.
ED. A. AVLLLIAMS.
STOKE TO IiKT, KIXO STUEET NKAK
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
IX "ED WESTMAYEH" lll'.UI.IX Ul'
A rhht I'i.uio In exeellenl eomlltloii ulli lie
milil ilicip. Allllre, X
lavif Hll.I.KTIN- Olllre.
inn HEAD Or 11EEE CATTLE. FOK
M-UU hiilo in lotrt to HUlt.
Kidiuku, Kuu, Uiiwuii.
riXE HEACIC HOUSE, l'EUI'ECTLY
F 8ouud. Apply to
El). A. WILLIAMS.
Miss D. Lamb.
LAWYERS' CLElilv AND
Oftleii : With. I. A Jlnj-oon. I lii-lf
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
In oflU-euf.il. A. Mhkooii, old C'npilol lluild.
luu, next I'ukloilleu, ilouoiulu.
1 1,") If
NEW ART LINENS
IN ALL SIZES
Plossin all rol.ini, m nr mtpil
, . . . .
must bo hit n to lie upiirciintnl. Cnwo nnd
WILLIAMS Sc SON,
Kn. A. Wii.i.iim-., Miiu.ior.
'Uleplionu 1711. 143-tf.
Aid. lT.ltSdXri HWIXti CLAIMS
iigiiinst SinilNiru A- Co., ContruetiiM,
for fenee building on the Waiiiiae Ili Uiou
of IhoO.ihu It.ulnaj nnd L.iml Company,
lire rttpieiiti-il tu hi-ii 1 then lucountK iuiiiie.
diately to tin olll v of the Oahu Kailway
nud Lmd I'o or ihej will not !w ailimeil.
Kl-lw C. I. SAXIIOHX A- CO.
Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry ! i
Oivin to fiiilun; health, 1 wish to clnso
out my business early next voir. To tliu
end I will hell tnj, i iiliro btoolj of
Clocks, Watches and
VO'tltSA PRCio RCH.
OHEAT HAUiJAlXS WILE HE. GIVEX.
Campbell llloek, .... Merehant St
The A I
UK") tons, is due on m nbniit
" NOVEMBER 15th,
And uill lnnu ininnMliiilo ill-imtcli for
gX lVr puitiuulMK uf fieieht unl pus.
H.-iU" i'iiy to
THEO. II. DAlrIES & CO. Ltd.
For Sale or Trade.
ilawiiiiaii ilailc I'liiielon
Aim J M. AJc.HESNEY,
IIOIIUUN DltUO CO.,
-,..iiji 'iiii iii iifiin (. mi , ,ifc it mi ft