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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
B.i nd concert nt Eiiimti Squnro
Com puny G hnd possession of
tho drill shod lust night.
Tlio nolico linvn linnn nnmilinrl
with bluo swoitora fur night wonr.
Tlio stcmiii'r Hawaii left lliib
nftornooii for Maui and Hawaii.
J. W. Mason, tlio Olna cnfU'o
plnntor, is in tho city on busi
ness. Cowan's cnsli grocery store was
opened blight and eaily this
The inititiry will have regi
mental drill and p.iride on Thanks
Thuro was a good atti'iulanco at
the fontbiili pnettcu at Mnkikt
Tho Burotiiiiin 'iVnnirt Club
Courts will b well altunded tins
Tho list of tho scrvidM at which
Mr. Yatiiinn will spunk tomorrow
Company C eleetod three new
members last night, and aftor
waids ei joyid drill.
Tho customs guards who wore
in quarantine on Oceanic wharf
havo all bo !! dismissed.
Art without hoart in advertising
is seldom S' eces-fnl, but an ad
in tho Uuilltin always pays.
In an int'-rviow with tho Kx-"nmnier.ConsuI-Gi'norjl
a big i tribute to the Health offi
cials of tins city.
Miss Helen I'nrkor and Samuel
Parker were among thos" who
loft on tho Kinnuyosloid.iy. Thoy
have g ine to Man t.
Thoeiioulationof tho I)i'LLhTL
li.is increased r.ip illy since the
papui- wis ouiargeii, anil it still
keeps piling up.
Tho imiiiigr.intd now on the
quarantine station will bo releas
ed on Wednesday, if there is no
trouble in the mo, ultimo.
Dotoctivo Wiignur's bicycle
climbed a tree in tho grounds ol
the Exocutivo building lately, at
least it was found in one.
The S. (J. Allen brought 1D0O
gallons of ga-"iiiiu. All tho g.is
lino stoves in town have been idlo
for bover.il diys waiting for it.
If S.iu FraneiscT securos the
noxt National Hepublican Uon
vontion tho railroads will make
a round trip rate from Chicago of
$50 to i) very body.
Merchant:) are quick to appro
cm!! tho improved appoaranco
end increased circulation of tho
Bulletin and advertise in it ac
cordingly. Thirteen cluba soom to bo com
ing quite fashionable. Thoro
wore thirteen ladies present at
tho meeting of the stranger's
.Friend Society yesterday.
Commissioner Huwes and Mons.
Vizzivouu.tho British and French
representatives in this city, made
formal calls on the new Minister
of Foreign AfTdr yesterday.
At its meeting last night the
American Luir'UKilpnifliwI In nil.. n-
dfliuquont members until tho lSth
t mi v up, alter which they will
bo dropped from tho roll.
Tho very largo voto cast yester
day in tho Bulletin's bicyclo
contest shows renewed intorest in
it Biuco lady candidates havo su
perseded tho crack wheelmen.
An oxchango says that putting
tho sporting matches on ono side
and the uiatrim mial matches on
tho other, it appo us that during
the past soason Amorica got all
tho glory and England got all tho
At llm Mnv Tllsli-inl riw.l- in
Sau Francbco, Lolokalani ridjlen
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bv BurliiiL'amo finiHhnd Kuvnnfli
in a six-furlong raco with nino
entries. The winner's timo was
Good soldiors don't cease firing
as soon as an advantage is g'linod.
Good advertisers keep everlasting
at it, so long as ttn-ro are custom
ers to procure and now goods or
special values to announce. The
Hui.i.KTI.n is tho best advertising
medium in Hawaii.
There will bo no availing service
nl the Methodist Kpincopal Church
tomorrow evening, as the congre
gation will attend the Yatinau
mutitiug at tho V. M. C. A. At
the morning horviuu Huv. Mr, J'uck
will (llsciiui'Mo mi "It iiuiitauuu
Highest of nil in Leiivoning Pow
The Hulletih is cssonti l!y the
local paper of the cly.
Two drunks and three Chinese
vagrants comprised last night's
The list of chuivli services for
tonii-rrow appoars on another
The Woodward seduct'on cao
will go before the jury this after
noon. Tho Makoo brought two lepprs
from Kauai for the Kilihi rocoiv
W Johnson paid tho usual fine
this morning for his l..st night's
Dr. Myoi-H is atlonding to Dr.
Cooper's patient- during tlio hit
tor's absonce in IIilo.
Thoro will bo a celebration of
tho Holy Communion at St. An
drew's Cathedral at (li.'JO a.m. to
morrow. Tho lato Or. Urodio's sanitari
um at Waikiki is to bo given up
Dr. Murray will continnn llm in..
Tho potition for tho' probate
of the will of the late Prinuoss
I' mi' kn lani conios up for heal ing
on tin- loth.
Twenty-fivo conios of Tom
-Spencei's book not-eod olsewhoio
luivo been taken by high oilioinls
of the (ioverullliuit."
A Chines-o child was run over
VO-terdaV iiftiirimmi iw,.,- tl.. 1.'
street bridge by .-. hack driven lif
a native, but ChiMped unhurt.
James Olds .f the limpire
siloon has a card in this issuo.
Ho makes a specialty of old Mc
Bmyer whiskey and othor fino
wines and liquors.
Officer J. M. tVrrer.i found two
si.k handkerchiefs and a piece of
ribbon at noon today, which tho
owner can havo by api.lyii,g nt tho
Tho poijury charge- against
Chun Soe Cliong will como up in
Judge Perry's c mrt on tho Mth.
niiun mo preliminary examina
tion will take place.
Bev. Mr. Birnio will proach at
both service of tho Central Union
church tomorrow. At the c nulu
sion of the evening service thoro
will bo an after mooting in the in
The Timo is spicy today, dospito
uiu oimors (louoio duty frwn
temporary service with tho Ad
vertiser. Bella Weight and Molly
Atkinson are tho two loadors in
tho dictionary voting contest.
Yamamoto was convict?d of d s
orderly conduct, in connection
with the Japanoso disturbance,
and soiitencod to three months'
imprisonment at hard labor. On
appealing .ludgo I'orry fixed his
bail at SMC). Tho report of trial
is crowded out of this issuo.
A native lady named Piilani
forgot to call for tho six dollars
she left with tho clerk of tho
nolico court last night as security
for uppearanco beforo Judge I'orry
this morning on u charge of
Tho nanio of the girl who victi
mized Bov. Mr. Mackintosh last
Saturday was incorrectly report
ed as Eliz-ibotli Wuikulani or Ku
paa. It should havo boon Eliza
beth Kapahi, an inmate of the
.same house, and the correction is
mado in justice to the former.
San Francisco has raised $.11.
'200 for tho National Bopnblican
Convention if it will meet in that
city and more money is yet to
como. Tho Examiner and Chronicle-
oach subscribed $7,100 and
the Call went U500 hotter, mak
ing $-5000 from tlneo nowspapors.
An attempt to haul the bark
City ol Aldelaidu on tlio marine
railway this morning failed owing
to the high wind prevailing.
While in the cradle in deep water
the bark careened over, breaking
two haweors. Shu was hauled
hick to tho wharf and will be
taken on Uiu iiuhvav when the
wind subsides. While the hark
imih leaning over, two of tho
workniiiii on the oraillo loin
into tip twilcr and swam uuli
EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER n 18
- r Lutist U.S. Gov't Koj.ort.
Hi: tVOIIKMt SI'l.Atlll.V.
In tho repoit of tho drowning
of Hurry Welch uhiui appealed
in yesterday's Evi:.vi.(i Bullltin,
it is stated that Welch took a lay
oll'a fow days ago, since when he
had been drinking hoaviiy.
would stato that Welch had been
at work for over one month past
Althnug'i not fo- ling well for; he
I it two or thioe da,).-,, he stuck to
his work until w thin thiee hours
of his death. Yo-tord y morning
ho took his car out of the yard as
hmiiii in o:.iu a. in., but about 7
o clock ho teqnuoied Mr. Pain to1
s Mid a man 1 1 relicv him. ..she
"'" nun, nii:i:n ivi
done. Ho shoitly afterwaids
wont to Waikiki, where thus id ac
cident occurred. Evan Ukn.Mi:.
Honolulu, Nov. U, 18!)o.
Till AIIriiiioiiV Ciinrril.
The Hawaiian band under Pro
fessor Bergor's leadership will
givo the ihiiuI concert this after
noon nt Emma Square with the
1. Oti'rtlir.. ul'Ul,,. 1 it, ,..
ivum i.iMuiiut'i (new;
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1. (intuitu "(ilililj lilrln" Ilur-'i-r
1. bUi-ctlon "Wur ncciilli-ctloii-.,(iiotv) "
.'. Wall. "UniKUl llmcli" Ikr'i-r
ti. Miiri'h '.rii.li.p it... 1 1. ... 1. 1 . L . .i . . n
S. Ittllit "Mini! he rnwH... v,.uZ
ti, .Mnrcli "L'mlur the Huiibl'J Kal'le
i'i:ii: -iiai.s i,:ti:M:Nri:i.
C'linoiil-liriirriil Milln iiiiur.i ami .llln.
IxliT 'iuirr i:i-liniii.,- ( iMirli-nUn.
The now Japanese Diplomatic
Agent and Consul-Gi nor.il, Mr.
Slumamura, jiresonted ins credent
ials to tno Minister of Forogn
Afl'.niH this inormiig, when tue
following speeohes wore mudo :
Mlt. SiiisiAMUKA said: It has
pleased his Imperial Miijosty to
appoint mo his Diplomatic Agont
and Consui-General to reside ut
Honolulu. Hawaii, and wo shall
bo pleased to continue tho friend
ship and good correspondence
wnicli lias so Happily existed bo
tweou vour tiovorninoot mul tl,..
people of His Impenul Majesty;
and 1 congratulate you upon your
assumption of the duties of the
ollice of Minister of Eoreign Af
fairs. Mlmstli: Cooit.k replied as fol
lows: Mr. Shiinninura, on re
ceiving your credentials as His
ImporialJaDinese Mai-stv'sDinh -
uialio Agent and Uonstil-tioueral
permit me to say that 1 appre
ciate tho sentiments ymi
ollor; and wo are pleased
to learn that His M-jesty in (.end
ing a representative ol the rank
you now hold recognizes tho im
portance of this stition in its re
lation to Ins Government. We
accept it as an nsmratico on his
part that tho friendly relations
which have heretofore existed be
tween the two countriosiiro to bo
cnntinuid. We tondor you a
heaity wolcoino to Hawaii and!
nope that your stay with us may
bo a pleasant ono and ussuro you
that everything in our power will
bo done to perpetuate the exihting
friendship between thcttm nations.
i niKo pleasure in presenting to
you your exequatur.
VI iih It Iiiliinllt-lilriT
A report reached dotoctivo
T-uii'v that a Japanese woman liv
ing on King sheet, noar Kawuia
hao church, hud strangled a new
born infant and buried it, ami he
was ordoied by the Marshal to
investigito it. Ho did so nnd
found that the child had died
when about two d iys old and the
mother had buried it under ii
mango tree tun fcutaway from the
house. Khu denied that the child
had been injured by her but said
that it had died from injuries re
ceived at its birth. Tho woman
was brought to the Marshal and
upon a through oxauiiiiatiou of
the ciicuinstiwici-s that nlliuinl
concluded that her story was eor
reul, and after giving hor a good
leetme fur not reporting tho death
of the child let tier go.
If you feel out of sorts, call at
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i inn viut wifc m nwi id win ii
Hie Criterion and try our lofrt-eh
tug Seattle Ikor on draught,
m "-"! I' IWI MM .
Tho siibjoimd ballot, renewed
in voiv ihs.,0. will bo received
at tlio llrr i ii.t.. i :.
,.,; ,, ' """ lo'Mincss ollice,
00J King Ht1(..-t, ..t.til 12 o'c.ock
o-m- V,,,,l,"",,nv- voiiilioi
,WJo. Each No. of ballot will
only beaceeptaM,. nn to the time
lOtuilnn it, ,! nlh wi l)U
counted i. nd tho i. sul Is announced
'! ediately th i, , f tor. More
than one voto f..r . bicyclist or
one bicycle on a single ballot will
louder it void.
'Most I'minl.iv lt;n..r.i;n
accoiding to tho ballots cast will
bo awaided tho prizu of the "B-st
Bicycle" sold in 'lonolulu accoid
ing to tho same vote. The follow
ing named 'cntlemmi Imvn uinilK-
COOSOllt.d In ill!!, nn !i.I,,ii-c ....il
judgis nf the contest :
C. M. WniTi:,
.1 T. St.cki:k,
E. A. Williams.
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piiiieiiu Dicycic ijiiiioi
V'i91'b for TvI.ijsj Only.
MOST, POPULAR .BICYCLIST.
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m .V ,, ; -"nn juur i iinice
M "r l,ll'."'lli. unit lilrti le, nm iIi-ihkIi
"'' lall..I nl (lie Uiiiitis lmln.
El "VimiiIiit li, lyji.
:-"sr Mil In Maul,, will, j,ir , l,i(.
BiBE jflsiaa'ssiara assiaEas'aa'aEi'aiisa
L llll--4 li rirvrirutv. 1 ...r....,
un at ilras.in. tot-ill Ihi-iitli-ntloiiof tlu- imli-Hi-
to ln nt.- r Tonli-, ttliid, u Hit- first
..ii, ""'""' Kn.otntiicliiinl-.tr itlildi
Pimilili- t lnrn ..r,..- i..,i. i i ... i. ..'...
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filler til null ill.. I .n. 1...1. '.?"..
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!" .", !",'.'1,t-'il; ,he l,",'II' i"'l'inn i;uarnii
ti. Ili.it It ha licni t,M.-,l Inut.-rv i-,.iii-.-t.
nl.li- tuij, mul Iikh prim-.l It -If llii'milr Ilnlr
S.ii-ilii- It t,i,,ri lulr-fnllliiu lniiiK-i1l.ili-ly
mill i n.ilM a limirlim-eroittl, Cunl.iliih m,
liijiirloimln-ri-illiiil. It Unut elli-ky iircrnif
nil Hi- i-oiil.nrj, n ul,, Ull. hnir-iiii, ,,,,,11,:
nil. Ilniry, ki-i-p It in ,.ur nn,i ri-,iinti-Viliiiiil-ru
r. I ur ;--iitli-iii.t nn, I ladles lll, halru
llllli'Krn.t, ntriaki-,1 L'r.iv, c-lilln-lv iriav n,l
"lll.BAI.il HCA1M, Iff ll-mn!
All ilriiL'irUtH Price 1; n.n Ynlo'g Skin
."'," '". "'"'"Cmii-iexliiii Cnniii, 1
lulmriivcl'-iuder, 50c; Yuli-' lli-autt
'Sir. Miuu. Yale. Ili-nltli ami (".,... ,i..vi....
SlH-UalM.lun.ili-df Ili-.iuty, lIUMnte nt,
I liliimr.. f'nt.l.. i.. tl .. . .. '
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iuiuu iu iii-auu iiiuiini iri-u
TWoonTiim-r. livi: (utiT.NTi:ns,
I either wliito or imtivo wlui mo williiiK
to earn their wages, cm liml uuiiiloyiiient by
npiilyiiiK to T. II. KI'JtINO.
't I'liiiahoii Colli-Kii Tract.
ALL IIII.I.S nvi'li TiilM'i' tinv-Ttia
due Uiu uiiikrulijneil will lie pUct'il In the
liauiU or an Attorney for collection It not
paid liy the F1UST Ol' .NOVl'.MIir.K, IslO.
s-- (i. W1MT.
A liirK" llnck, i-iiniigli for (iver)Lody,
l'liu'0 onion early Ui In-uro Inrucit I4i Ji.
HSNRY DAVID ti CO.
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OiiU, I'ort Stroot, - .
THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES :
DOYLIES, SCARFS, CENTER PIECES,'
Tahla CovoM.Kuiiijow, Tmy Cloths la now-; cliolco'ttoann,
btiinipcl mul 1-nlnteil Cuihiuii JTops in Dnukotnl Ait l)umi.
DOWN PILLOWS IN AIL SIZES '
1-inlm.iilcry wash Sill; mul Linen riossin all color., rtiurnnlccit
' VIS1I t ! S ' t
Sills: zirLge 0j Ootto 3PzirLg-e
l'or fancy work.
l,nir.TiIlTnrol,tnUtif"1 go"''", nn.l must xs nvn lo l.o npi.tvciati.t. Cotre nnd
imto lirst clioice. i;ij-tf
J o fiTSX7' AxTf Cr
W$? VU'VVAW OP
S&AH r . c V
3Uy nXJ0 g$
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just oieiu-l n full mul complete, ni-inrtinciit of tho luxuries mul
(lilienciert from every civilieil nntiuii, which will bu mild lower
than tho lowest. !::::::. '
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
V3iii.y tiimh: . mi:ci vtrv.
All Ooods dclivorod promptly. Civility nd ovory nticntion Iven to nistonurs ut
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
ALMA COTTAdK, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnUhril, together with a liuaeli lot.
Stable Room. To Let.
ri.vr. staiilu noon to lkt i'hoji
f 1 to :i btalls.
STOKE TO LKT, KINO STKEET NKAlt
I'ort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
HEAD Or UEEI' CATTLE. l'Olt
milo iu lots to biilt.
Kahukn, Kau, Hawaii.
INE KLACIC HOK8E. l'EItl-T.CTLY
Hound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Tho A l
tlKX) tons, is due on or aliout
And will hati) iiiiini'iliatu ili.iiutih fur
3 Tor iiArllculnm of freluht and pn. I
" apply t I
m TI1I10. II. DAY1ES & CO. LU.
NEW ART LINENS
wm mm mmmmmt mm mmmt wt
For Sale or Trade.
itaiimi Made Phaeton
Apply to J. M. McCDESNRY.
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. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
livery Saturday eteiiiiiL-, for
a . . . .
Ring Up Telephone 705.
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