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, LOCAL AND GENERAL.
W. Sumuor Ellis loft on tho
Tuo Bulletin's subscribers nro
Btill incroasing in numbor.
Tho Hilo paper will not mnko
its appearance until noxt wcok.
The volcano is roportod to bo
showing signs of notivity.
, Ohnn. Wilder returned by tho
D.Hownrd Hitchcock tho artist
is back nguin from Hilo.
J. Ronton of tho Kolmlu plant
iition is in the oil'.
Captain D. Taylor of Luluuun
canio over on tho Kinnu.
Tlio V. G. Hull took a lnrgo
sliipmont of lutnbor to Kuu yes
terday. Major Jones drilled his but
ttiliou on Union Sqiuro lust
Tho twenty-two lopors now at
Kulihi will go to Alolokni on tho
Tho engigoment of Miss Mario
Afong to A. H. Humphreys is an
nounced. A Government night school is
under consideration and is among
tho early possibilities.
Mikuwcli Plantnti'in will com
monco grinding nbout Docembor
O. E. Thrum, bookkeeper at
l' l'npnikou plantation, is in the
Only a, fow Ohinoso hnva an
plied for return pormitstoloavoby
There is a prospect of a circus
stopping hero in tho near futuro
on Us way from tho Colonies.
Robert Carlisle has sovorod his
connection with tho Firo Donnrt
luent and resumed hnokdriving.
Miss Kolly of Hilo has boon ap
pointed principal of tho now
Bchool to bo started at Poarl city.
A meeting of the Sons of Votor
nns will tako plnco on Tuesday
ovoning at the American Loague
Ilawaiinn Lodgo No. 21 of Freo
and accepted Masons mooti to
night for Bpecial work in tho
Tho Kawaihau otub goes to
Ewa tonight to attend the recop
tion to bo given to Mr. and
A numbor of tho Bonnincton's
sailors wore given liborty yestor
day and enjoyod thomselvcs to
thoir hoart's content.
Ogur..t Co. havo chartorod a
steamor in Yokohama for this port,
nud it is oxpocted to arrive about
Kawaiahno cliurch will bo
crowded at its ro-oponinc tomor
row. Pastor Parkor will doliver
A good advertisoment sorvos two
masters tho advorti6er and tho
customer, and tho Bulletin is
tho medium to placo it in.
Miss Bollo Walker will net as
substitute toachor for her sister at
tho Port stroet school during Miss
iuaggio niuors ausonco.
Tho Board of Health haB grant
ed two months loavo of absonco to
Dr. Capron of Knu. Dr. Moore
of Hilo will look aftor his district
during his absonco.
Sranrt expressions aro not cs
sontial for tho making of a good
ndvertisomont; you can build one
out of tho homeliest words, and if
you insort it in tho Bulletin it
will surely pay yon well.
Rumor fiends havo boon com
paratively quiot for a time, but
they started up again yostorday
with the report that opium had
boon landed on this island by a
tramp vossol on Thursday night.
A surpriso party was givon to
Miss Ethel Smith, daughtor of
Attorney-Goneral Smith, at hor
homo last evoning by n numbor
of hor friends, tho occasion boing
Tho American League held a
short business meoting last night
and received tho loport of tho
treasurer, who anuouncod that
$05 in delinquent dues had boon
collootod and more promisod.
Fred. 0. Smith, tho gonial and
popular gonoral passenger agont
of tho Oahu railway, returnod
from his trip to Hawaii yostor
day, Yory much improved in
health, having almost gotton rid
of his long-standing rhoumatism.
Iligliost of all in Leavoning Powrr.-Latest tS. Gov'tEoj.ort.
W. fl. Hoogs is homo ngain.
J. A. Hopper and wifo and tho
Misses Hopper nro homo again
Tho Timo is not on time this
week. It will bo out on Monday.
W. H. Cornuell is over from
Mauai, having arrived on tho
Tho Kinnu brought over four
t"rn crates f Thanksgiving tur
keys. Tho band will givo the usiml
concert at Emma squaro this
Port Survoyor J. M. Jones of
Hilo is in tho city ou businon
and will rotum on the noxt trip of
Kona oranges aro plentiful.
V, hat is tho mattor with shipping
a fow to tho Coast before tho
Southorn California crop ripens?
Manager Fmnoy of the Bul
letin is homo again after a suc
cessful business trip to the big
island in tho intorost of his paper.
Brother Bonvonlura, who is
known from ono ond of the island
of Hawaii to tho other, is in tho
city; also FathcrsOlivorand Paul.
J. Alox. Lylo, former captain of
the Myrtlo Boat Club, returnod
home by tho Australia from a
long visit to tho East.
Rev. S. L. Dosha of Hawaii
camo ovor on tho Kinuu and will
participate in thooponing sorvicos
at Kawaiahao church tomorrow
Monse'gnour (iulstan Roport
was tho most distinguished arrival
on today's steamer. Ho was ac
companied by a numbor of Catho
lic priests and nuns.
Among tho Catholic clorgy vho
camo on tho Australia whs ttov.
Father Hamphia Do Vouster, who
is n brother of tho Inmented Father
Professor Bergor and his band
gnvo tho promised concert at tho
lintel last night but the attend
unco was limilod owing, perhaps,
to tho non-nrrival of tho Austra
lia. It is learned that tho lato Jamos
I. Donsott, Jr., loft an ostato for
tho bonefit of his two littlo child
ren in thoshapoof two policies
ol insuranco nmonntincr in' tlm
nggrogato to $15,000.
Lowis it Co.. tho well and favor
rably known Fort street grocors,
havo an artistic double column
card in this issuo. Thoy nro food
specialists and their storo is a
Dr. Tucker has taken tho house
on corner of Nuuanu and School
stroot recently occupied by Mr.
Honrv Watorliouso as his tmnnor.
ary ollico, and until a suitable of
fioo can be found centrally located
will bo tit his rosidouco.
Tho snbiect ot discomsn w
Rev. H. W. 1'ook, at the Metho
dist church tomorrow at 11 o'clock
will bo, "Conditions of Salva
tion." Tho 7:39-servico will bo
withdrawn to enable pastor nnd
pooplo to attend tho Y. M. O. A.
sorvico led by Mr. Yatman.
Judgo Kahaulolio, District Ma
gistrate of Lahaina, Maui, U in
town having conio down to testify
as a witness in tho mortgago fore
closure cuso botweon Bishop it
Company nnd tho Gibson Estuto.
Judgo Knlmulelio accompanied
tho Chief Justice on an oxcureion
trip to Waiunao this morniug.
A handsomo silvor oup, pro
sonted by Queon Dowagor Kapio
lnni to tho winner of the miniu
turo yacht race, is on exhibition
in a window of tho HawniianNows
Company. Tho raco took placo
this forenoon in honor of tho Into
King Kalnkaun's birthday.
Ed. Mossmnn nnl A a. xr -n
bertson will act as Judges in the
Athlotio Association's road raco
this aftornoon, P. F. Pfoiflbr and
i ranis ivueger will keop tho correct
timo and Tom Wright nud Louis
bmgor will act as startors. Davo
Oiozior is clork of tho course.
Iho handicapping has boon
finally arranged so that A. Gilos
starts even with Harry Wilder
with 53 seconds.
EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 10, 1895.
C. Buchollz left for home on the
Sonntor Henry Watorliouso is
Adjutant Kgner of the Salvation
Army roturncd from Hilo yestor
day. Honolulu streets were crowded
with ladies this morning who woro
engaged in shopping.
Mr. E. T. Word, mother of Dr.
0.13. Vood, arrival on h visit to
her son today.
ei-J,' ViEbt,wifo and daughter,
of Ivohnla, wero among the re
turning passengers today.
ir,ifJil n,.n,, i i , ,
juar.Slllll llrnivn lino vniiitil..nl.n.1
in ir i,,-o i. .i . V, , . 'v1 1 J.otierspiaceuon niiiiicrctsnrouna
em n ,. V B'V0 thob,cycItho galleries spelled tho Hishop's
cent slants a froo course. Ul0 nhnlH0 Tll,0 Wll ormmclus
Dr. Cooper nnd Chan. Wilder j i papelrio, in hunting, in
vjsited tho Volcano, Kapapa'n and' grecnory and in ilowers. A carpet
Xaalehu whilo on tho big island. I was laid from tho gito into tho
The Australia has about sovonty
cabin passecgers and thirty in tho
J. W. Bcrgstrom, tho organ
man, camo homo on this morn
ing s steamer.
S. E. Laidloy, a Sydney banker,
cam down on tho Australia and
will romain for tho Mariposa.
Tho pinto glass fronts nnd doora
in Hollistor .t Co.'s storo front
were ftnishod this morning.
Mrs. E. S. Cunha, son nnd
daughtor, wero among tho Aus
H. Lollisson. a brot.linr of Sum
Louisson rocontly deceased, c.itno
uown on tlio Australia.
Julian D. Hnyno. of tho Ha
waiian, nnd Mrs, Hayne arrived
on tho Australia.
Honinl Goorge Stratomoyor is
moro gonial than ever today on
account of tho airival of his wifo
A. D. McEvoy, ex-dotectivo in
tho servico of tho Hawniian Gov
ornmont, returned on tho Austra
lia. ManngorJ. W. Colvillo of tho
Pam pjantation has returned from
his visit to the Coast, accompanied
by Mrs. Colvillo.
Rov. W. M. Massoy, who arriv
od on tho Australia today, comos
to tako charco of tho nhnmli nt
Manngor Lowrio of tho Ewa
plantation, with his wifo and
child, roturnod by tho Australia
and will go down to Ewa tonight.
Amorican Republicans are all
smiling ovor tho nows from the
States, whothor thoy havo lost
thoir citizenship or not.
T. N. Birnio and Miss S. P.
Birnio woro passengers by the
Australia. Thov urn hmtlior ,..!
sister of tho pastor of tho Central
Mrs. W. Mnxwoll, wifo of Pro
fossor Maxwoli of tho Hawaiian
Experimental Station on Nuuanu
street, nud two children and
nurso arrived today.
Captain Duniol Haskell, well
known as mastorof tho Spreckels'
big tug Fearless, is in Honolulu,
having come down for rest and
Twonty-six Chinese, arrested nt
tho quarantine station yestorday
for failuro to complv with tho
Immigration Lnws, woro brought
up in tho District Court this
morning and fined S100 oach and
Godfrey Rhodoa and wifo, ac
companied by Miss Chapman,
camo down on tho Australia on a
visit. Mr. Rhodos was formerly
a rosidont of tho islands and ws
president of tho House of Nobloa
Tho District Court was occu
pied with tho examination of J.
Lukola, driver of ono of Smith's
bussos, nnd Goorge Fern, driver
of one of tho TramwayH Com
pany's busses, both of whom woro
ohargod with furious driving nud
racing. Tho Court found them
both guilty ou tho testimony of
tho Deputy Marshnl nnd Dotootivo
Hammer and fined thorn $25 oaoh
At llmiiin Square.
The usual Hiaturd.iy eoneort will
bo given at Emmn square this
afternoon by tho Hawaiian band,
with tho following piogram:
1. OTcrturc "Fcflhal" Kcla
'J. Ornnd March "I.a Hnimu o k.i Mol Kn-
a. Silictloii "Hie Hiisui'notV,.,JIeTcrl)vrr
4. March "Our Hlnnmrr (ilrl" Cunlia
.V Wallz "Sniithfrnllrct7LV Mtlsler
(I. To Ilnwnlhin Marches:
a. "Ah Olclo"
b. "Aloha oc."
'nil', itisiioirs itKcirs" rioN.
Oro.it DrinnnMrntlnii liy dm Ciitlinllc
Comiiiuiilty (u Wolconio Hint.
Mous-imu-ur Gulstnn Roncit.
Bishop of Panopolis, roturncd by
tho Australia from a visit toRomo
and his European nnd American
tour. Ho was nccniii) anitd by
several clergymen and Christian
Brothurs and S'sters, recruits for
tlio varieU work ot tlio C.itholio
Mission in thei-.o islands.
Undor tho direction of Father
Valontino tho interior- ot' tho
Uiittnur.il wasproiusoly ilecoratett.
... . . ' J
Fort sheet was packed with
people as tho Bishop and his
party drove up from tho stoamor.
Father Leonor and clergy from
all ovor tho islards had
welcomed tho bishop on tho
sloamer's deck. Tlio capacious
cliurch was packed to the doors,
nnd lnrgo numbers failed to obtain
Tho hour was too late, in vinw
of tho nrrival of foroign news, to
obtain a roport of tho coremonio3
in tho cathedral.
Tho od "Beo Hive" saloon,
which occupied No. 92, Nuuanu
street, acquired tho reputation, at
ono time, of boing a poor grado of
resort. Sinco Messrs VolterifcKlom
.no have tnkon tho premises, how
uvor, they have convertod it to ono
of tho finest and neatest saloons in
Honolulu. Keoping as thoy do, a
high clnss of goods, they aio rapid
ly gaiuing a lino trade from al
parts of town.
l.inil'H AVll flrvTi i-m'v M nfr..H.i
limit iiluwirotorall the iitkntloii of thi) mil),
lie to my 'V lir' Ilulr Tunic, which N tlio first
ami only remedy knortli to chemistry which
pneltlwly turns ijray Inlr hack to Its original
color w Itlmiit ilyc. I pcnmnallv Imlcirsu Its
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Those aro entirely now and niakou rieh wiisl trimming.
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Dace orders early to liisme larj;et birds.
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For a Hack,
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Aro of tlio finest ntul como to ns
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OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Impoileil straight from Louis
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FOR TUB AI10VE I'OUT ON
Wednesday, November 20
AT -1 O'CLOCK i-. M.
Tho tiudcrsiLMie.1 nro now prepared to
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