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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. Cooper is nt Jli'.oJ, the
guest of Dr. Williams.
Luilmii Bmit Cluli hns its
monthly meeting tonight.
JapiincRo rintciH ftro all out on
bonds of $100 each.
Tho Ho ud of lloalth meots to
day at 3 p.m.
Tho blind playod tho Coptic oh"
J.mies Stoinor has inovod into
his new lfsidonco an Ail una
A fat ndvnrt soinent in tho Bul
Ll'.TIN makes a ioan stock (.f
Cluing Lcong hns boon ongngud
by tho, CIimicso Timus as muiiii
Dir&WJrs f Uealani Unit Club
iiiuut ffyuglit at the iikuh! hour
Tliodopirtureof Minialor llntoli
todiy C'Hisoil two Cabinet stssions
to lii' held yi sti'rd iy.
11. Sliult.p, of Hiickfokl t Co.,
is on u vacation to Hawaii, having
luft by tho Hall yost-rday.
Tho Chinoso I'rottctivo As.oc:
ntion mot hst night and transact
ed routino business.
Hilo people n ro doing tlioir ut
most to t'utertiin tho visiting
guosts on tho iionnmgton.
LTonry Di'iicon. managor of tho
1'ope.ckco plantiitioii, has return
ed from his trip to tho Const.
Thorp is conciduriible sickuoss
in Iho city according to Medical
Mirny peoplo will bo mado hup
py by tho S35.000 which is to ho
disbursed by the govonimont to
il.y. Fr.ink Lillis hns his hnck htnnd
at the corner of licrutania and
Nuuaiiu streets. Hing up tele
There was string of fourteen
loaded wagons waiting their turn
to get to tin- Claudint's wimrf yes
terday at 2:15 p. in.
Tho Doard of Directors of tho
Y. M. C. A. will incut tomorrow
evoning to admit new members
and transact oilier nocossary busi
ness Fred. Smith, the popular pus
scngor agont of the Oahu railway,
is stopping nt Hilo, whoro ho is
the guost of Mr. and Mrs. E D.
Tho Japanese Consnlato is in
vestigating tho cases of tho oigli
teon Jiip.iiieso arrested in connec
tion with tho rioting on Monday
Tho regular Wednesday o oil
ing )niyor auivion of tho Metho
dist Episcopal church mil bo
disponsed with tonight in defer
enco to tho Yatman meeting.
At tho noxt regular nioeting of
tho Women's Board of Foreign
Missions Mrs. A. F. Cooko will
road an obituary on tho late Mrs.
A. V. Soiiros,
Tho Woraon's Board of Foreign
Missions at its meoting yesterday
aftornoon adopted resolutions of
sympathy with the f.imily of tho
late Mrs. A. V. Sonres.
An advortisoment, unlike a per
Fo.ial solicitor, novor bores a man.
It is generally read during leisuro
hours. The Dui Lr.TlN is tho host
advertising medium iu Hawaii.
Pohnno, tho old nativo tried in
the polico court yesterday after
noon lor appropriating monoy
which did not belong to him, was
found guilty and sontoncod to six
months at hard labor.
Tho two tooms of tho Honolulu
Athletic Association who aro
mutchod to play football on
Thanksgiving day" indulged in a
practice game yesterday after
noon. Anothor game will tako
Tho Chinese-English Dohating
Society ban leasod the lowor lloor
of its building for five yoars to
Tong Fat. Tho society will dis
cuss tho question of whethor mis
sionaries aro bonofioial to China
or not at its Friday evoning meot
ing. Advertising has long boon con
Bidered tho business magnet to
draw trade. Hut it seams not
always to bo understood that it is
liko tho oloctro-mngnot: it draW3
proportionately us the cuiront is
strong and continuous. Tho Bul
letin is tho best papor in Hawaii
to aclvortito in.
I ' I !
Higost of ..11 in Leavening Pow.r
J.N.K. Koola is nss st n ol.tor
of tho Kuoinn.
The Coptic took six cabin p.is
sengors from this port.
Prof. Krasnow left on tho Cop
tie this morning.
Tho Mikahnla with the Kauai
mails leivos at 5 p.m. today.
Mrs. H. Isoubirg i.nd ua Van
Camp leave on tho MiknlmLi tni
evening. Stockholders of E. O. Hall it
Son, Ltd., weio to inoH this altor
noou. The Coptic took nway 4120 lot
tery and '201S nowspaporH for the
C.indidales for the second liou
toiiiitiey of Company A. aro
Mrs. Otiorson has been appoint
ed assistant teacher in tho Ka
The steamer Kinau mado tho
trip from Lihaina yesterdiy in .3
hoims, '20 minutes.
An interesting description of a
Japanoso hotel and dinner will
ho found on another pug".
Tho tdal cash iu tho Hiwaiiuu
treasury on current account on
October ttlot was !f50,207.:0
It is said that a native hni will
work on tho wreck of tho G N.
Wilcox, n w lying. II Molokai.
yover.il persons h.ivo announced
their intention f leaving by tho
S. N. Cnstlo, :f sno gots away on
lvualii and lbko voiu lined 2
and costs each by Judge Perry
this morning for drivi g ut night
without' a light.
The pioposed constitution and
bylaws of tho Tounis Association
havo boon submitted to tin; diffor
ont clubs for approval.
Seoly Shaw, proprietor of tho
Merchants' Exchango, who has
boen seriously ill, is considerably
lra proved today.
Tho Monowni.duo hore fiom the
colonics on tho 14th, is tho noxt
steamor to bring nows from the
Now that tho Lulus bicycle
contest in the Bum.ktin is fairly
on, renewed intorost m tho voting
may bo looked for.
H. H. Gr.iham, a dooortiiij
sailor from tho It. P. Itithot, has
boon captured by the polico and
returned to that vessol.
Several arrests woro m ulo yos
toiday of pooplo who had let their
merchandise licenses run out, but
tho cases have all been settled.
The Pacific Hardwaro Company
displays an elogautly framed pho
tograph of tho sovon charter mem
bers of tho Myrtle Boat Club in
ono of its show windows.
Tho trial of Okita, tho Japanese
editor who is reported to havo
said some vory bad things iu his
papor about a virtuous Japaneto
fomalo, is set for Friday.
Suporintondont Cassidy of tho
Telephone Company is putting in
heavier wiro on thooutsida lines of
tho company Ho hasa foice of nun
working in tho neighborhood of
Mazuda Ei?o pleadod guilty in
the Police Court, this morning of
running a hotel without a liconso.
Sentence was suspended to allow
him to rustle up money enough to
Tho funeral of tho lato Mis
D 11. Hitchcook took pluco at
Hilo on Tuesday of last week,
Rev. 0. W. Hill conducting tho
services. Tho ftmoral was tho
lnrgoat ever known in Hilo.
II. Shimimurii, tho now Japa
neso Cousul-Gonen.1. arrivod on
the Coptio. He is about forty
yoars of ago and has had previous
diplomatic oxporience at L union,
Now York, and lately at the City
Tho actual departure of Minis
ter natch sturts fresh rumors to
the efloct that ho will only act as
tho Hawaiian ropresentativo at
Wnshinglo i during tho kms'oii of
EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBEIl G. 1895.
IIIIIIW.IJHWiliUHWMii L frmf mmmtmm ,,!,!,,
Ltitmt V S Gov't Uoj.ort.
Consul General SMniiinurn of
Japan favored tho uptown office
of the Bru.iTlN- wth a fill today.
Cutout tliH bicycle ballot in
lira is-ue and vol- it for f-omo
adv friond. H may secure hor a
whoel worth $125.
Dr Russoll resigns f he position
of Government physician for Wai-
mm district at the mooting of tiio
Board of Health this aftornoon.
Liiuao, an Hawaiian dams-el, is
occupying quarters at the Police
Station. She was arrested by
officer Rap n yestordayand is held
Haiilani, llenrv Kuilukou,
Nunu and .1. W. Ko.khu'i. Ha
waiian, and Emil Gador, Gorman,
have takon the oath.
C.iptain O'Brien's Company of
Citizen's Guard hold a business
Citizen's Guard hold a business
mooting last night at tho District
At the meeting of tho Woodlnwn
F.iim Co. hold this forenoon, A.
V. Gear was olocttd President in
place of J. V. Morgan, n signed.
Acisting undor tho boiler in
tho Honolulu Iron Works blow
out yestoulay. It took several
hours to repair th dam ig. but
ttio eiigino was started ngiin in
Tho Boird of Directors of the
lloalani Yacht it Bunt Club will
hold tlioir regular monthly moot
ing this owning at tho Chamber
of Commerce Rooms.
Auctioneer Luco has boon the
busiest man in town tmliv and
will need to buy somo tr. cies bo
foro night. He has been soiling
an sorts oi things, uic uduig a line
line of carriages and buggies.
Tho Komi and Kau tolophoue
line will bo completed to the vol
cano Irom the Ivnu side today,
thus giving connection between
Hilo and Naalehu. Tho Komi
sido will be completed in about
On Saturday last at tho resi-
donco of Georgo Chalmers at
Waiakoa, Hawaii, lb v. W. Hill
united two couples in marriage.
Thoy were Miss Nollio Gray and
George Low, of Ilonohinu, and
Miss Mary Alexander and James
Webster, of Onomea. The young
ladies arrived from Scotland iu
company with Mr. and Mrs. Chal
mers on tho bark Anni Johnson
about ton days ago.
Mnlil of llavwnl, cro wo p.irt
(ilvu me hack, mi! nut my heart
Hut Hint olilnliic diamond rlue;,
llrai'i'lrt, i-anlrup, everjlliln
That I hnui;htaiicl pnt to you.
When our eummer line wan new.
(ihu them hack, mid I "III lilt,
Kind another whom the Ml lit,
While in llrown it Kuln'j'ii hture
You tan buy n fei dozen more.
Japanese morchants are fooling
bad today, as their long oxpected
consignments of goods from
Japan did not como by tho Coptic.
Many of them will sustain much
pecuniary loss on this ace unit and
tlioir foelingsflwill probably find
vont in a public mooting in tho1
noar futuro and may lo-mlt iu
booming tho projoot ifor an ex
clusive Japanoso um.
And wnnttho proper
thing both in cut and
stylo nnd desiro to
hnvo tho latest Pat
tern you must call on
IVIedeiros $ Co,
S, DBckBr, Mgr.
Ami Won't You Forget It?
l.uiii-. im, OtiNTirMiN It nih.rdi me
he to no ,,,.- llalrToiile. nhhh I the l)it
nml jiiiI leniiilj Kiionn loeh.nil.tr nlikli
eo .rltlioiitle. I iktmiiiMIv Indorse In.
netl.m and tlM. the publlr my nolemn (iimran.
tee that It ha been tented In every eono. Iv
t. ... ' ,. ' r'"'ii ..- ii uie imiiv nair
bpiellle U kIoix lnlr-fallhi' limiiedl.itetv
mill ereale, a lliiirliiim,-rouib 'nnt.iliiH no
Injiulomliiirri-illeiu. ItUnot Mlekj orareiiM:
on tlieeoiilrar, II innkeitbe li.ilr.ill, oulii
lul, 111! h, keep. It hi earl and reinoxe-'di.nd-ru
r. riirKi'iitli'inrii nml ladlei llli linira
i.i '."'f!?.'0'1 Kr'li- ''illrelv t'rn nu.l
lll. IIAMI III:aI)S, It U Kpeclally rJeom-
All lriii.ltWi. l'rlee Si; nl-o Vale's Skin
;,"!"p M.- l ale's Compevlon Cream, $1
lnleiraee Powder, 5Uc; Vale' Ileauly
Me. Mine. Vale, Health nml Complexion
.Speelaliit.leniple of Ilea.itv, HI! Mute M,
Uilc.U'o (iuiile to llinuh mailed fno
HOllltON DIIUO CO.,
ALMA COTT.KiK, AT WAIKIKI. IS TO
l.el, fiiriilKlicd, toclher villi a heath lot.
Rta J'p Telephone 705.
" Stvnii: Corner llcretania nnd
uu mm HtreelH. 4U-tf,
A lnrgo flock, enough for overyljody.
I'laee orders early to Insure lurnet bird.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Kvory Saturday oveuiiiR, for
S. I. SHAW. Proprietor.
Curlier Kins & Nuiinmi StieetM, Honolulu
Choii'O Lliiuors ami Fino Jloor.
N. S. SACHS
G20, Fort Street,
TUB VERY LATEST NOVELTIES:
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,
DOWN PILLOWS IN ALL SIZES
hdlcM."1" ,'',"tif"1 e00'1"."1"1
1 v Va vi.'lul.ULJ
W I k'j.J
v u ..n-.
It is the only ono in town nml we Movk J'innos with
it. Wo move them snfor, quicker nml Ciikai-kk than
any 0110 else. Wo will ulso move your furniture and
haggle of whatever description. Trunks to any
part of city 25 cents, smaller packages 10 cents.
C. E. WILLIAMS & SON,
fill, King Street,
MA. HILLS OVRIl TIIItKK MONTHS
due tins mnlerilj;iieil will bu iilarvil In tlic
linnilit of an Attorney for colleetlon ir not
paid by the KIKST Or" NOVKMHKH, MW.
'iW-'Jw (i. WK3T.
Stable Room To Let.
riXK STAI1LK KOOXI TO LKT FUOM
I l to :i htuiiH.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
OTOIIK TO KBT, KINO STJUUVr NEAlt
w luii, iipjny 10
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
AN "ED. WESTMAYKIl" IIKHLIN Ul'
riiillt Pinno In eveelleiit uomlltlon will I..
old cheap, Addre, X,
"-" iiui.letin lllllcc.
yinn head of hekf cattle, for
tUU balo iu lots to bult.
Knlmku, Kan, Hawaii.
riNK 1ILACK HOUSE, l'KUFKCTLY
T Bound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Miss D. Lamb.
LAWYERS' CLE11K AND
Offlco s With J. A. JIagoon. 1-15-tf
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Iu offlco of J. A. Mngoon, old Capitol Build
ing, next 1'oHtotUco, UoQoiulu.
7 J-yr-1. .
NEW ftHT LINENS
'" -""to l-o nppricint.d. Como nnd
"' .1 T.
Kit. A. Wiu.MMs, Mnunjjcr.
Telephone 17). 1 15-tf
ALL 1'KltSONS HAVINC. CLAIMS
1 npiiiiit SiiilHirn .V Co., Coiitmclom,
for fenee building on tho Wiiiamiu I)iisioa
of tlioOnlm lliulnny mid Land Coinpnny,
areieipiested to wind their aceoiuitH iuiuie.
dialely to tho oflli-o of tho Oahn Hallway
and Laud Co or they will not ho allowed.
' ' ' I w C. I. SANIIOUN .V CO.
Clocks, Watches and
OwiiiKlo fnilmjj health, 1 winli to close
out uiy linsiui-KS early noxt year. To thin
end I ill M my cutiro stock of
Clocks, "Watches and
Jewelry ! imm
VCMtSt PWCt-, TOR CWH.
OltKAT UA1U.AINS WILL UK GIVEN.
Campbell IHocK, .... JUrehaut St
1000 tons, ix due on or about
And will lmu immediate dispatch for
5 For partieularK of freight aud pas.
go apply to
, TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO, Ltd.
For Sale or Trade.
iliiwiiiiiin Jlmlc Phaeton
Apply to J. M. MclHESNEY,
W., - - 4.;i-rtBi-rJirtBi AJ