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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 2G. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Soattlo Boer on Draught at tho
Tho roport that tho Canadian
Australian stonmoro will call at
Auckland is ngiin resuaoitated.
The tclophono company has is
sued a revised list of snbsoribors.
It will be circulated today.
Tho band will play at tho Hos
pital Flower MUaion'a ontertain
mont at Indopondenoo hall this
KingBros hnvo over 20,000" feet
of picturo mouldings from which
1hoy aro making fnunes at FriBco
Mrs. Robert Louis Stovenson
ontortainod Miss Kate Fiold and
others at dinnor at Sans Souci
E. Furuior, formorly teacher of
tho school at Hauula. ha9 boon
promoted to tho Kalihi valloy
There was one of tho old time
audiences t tho band concert at
tho hotel last night and many
ladies wero unablo toobt.iin seats.
Rev. Mr. Mansey, tho now Pres
byterian clergyman at Wuimea,
lLauai, hold (services at that place
last Sunday to a largo congrega
tion. Tho usuil Thanksgiving outer
tiunment will bo given by tho
girls of Kawaiahao Sominnry on
tho 29th, commencing at 7:30
Tho Hawaiian band will play at
tho ontertainmont to bo given for
tho benefit of tho Hospital Flower
Mission at Indopcndonco hall this
A recopt'on was given to Mr.
Fred Watorhouso last evoning at
the homo of J. T. Watorhouso in
Nuuanu valloy. at which a num
bor of society pooplo woro
Dr. Bodgors read an interesting
paper on "Earnings" at tho meet
ing of tho Social Scionco Club
held at tho rosidenco of J. B.
Athorton last night. Mrs. Mc-Oully-IIiggius
was tho hostess
for tho occasion.
Pooplo atKohala, Hawaii, seem
to bo suffering from a plnguo of
toothaeho. Dr. Mooro, tho popu
lar dentist, hns received fifteen
lottors from thoro, during tho past
ten days, asking for his sorvioos
on account of tooth troubles.
Thore will bo a Thanksgiving
service at tho Central Union
church on Thursday at 11 a. m.
Itov. Mr. Birnio will speak on tho
subject of "Christian Citizou
ship," but promises thero will be
no allusion to party politics in
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Lillio re
turned by tho Wurriraoo. Mrs.
Lillio was unfortunate enough to
slip on tho deck of the steamer
shortly after loaving Vancnuvor,
broaking her nnkio. She rocoiv
cd every posnible attention on
Tomorrow ovoning tho baud will
givo its muni monthly enncort at
Makeo Island. On Thursday tho
band will play at the Hawaiian
hotel, on Friday at Thoms
square, Saturday afternoon ut
Emma squaro and Saturday night
at tho Young Hawaiian's Instituto
Antonio Patrico, a Portuguese
laborer, was killod nt Lulualoi,
near Waianao, yesterday morning.
Tho docoasod with a number of
others was diggiug for railroad
ballast from the bank on tho side
of tho track, when a pilo of oarth
and rook fell on him, crushing
him against a car and injuring
him bo severely that he died in a
Tho Hawaiian Ilardwaro Com
pany has changed its advertise
ment. Tho present one advocates
the superiority of the Tribune
whoel ovor tho Stoarns and inci
dentally givos somo faota in tho
matter. The Tribuno Tandem
irheoli aro claimed to bo tho host
ever made, and intonding pur
chasers nro asked to wait until
they nrrivo direct from tho fac
tory. Tho jury which sat on tho ro
oent Chinese murder caso, aftor
getting tired of arguing whether
tho dofendant was guilty of mur
der in tho firBt or second degroe or
not guilty of murdor at all, in
cidentally disouBsod the merits of
tho different newspapers in town
nnd dooidod that tho Bdi.letw
wast a long way ahead of its com
petitors in tho matter of news.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephono No. 615. Oflico
hours 9 A.M. to i p.m.
Public schools will close on
Company G. had its iiBual drill
The Woman's Exchango will
bo closed on Thanksgiving day.
Dr. W. L. Moore of Hilo starts
for home by tho Hall tomorrow.
King Bros, receivod sevon tons
of Art goods by tho last steamer.
E. V. Potorson is confined to
his homo with an attack of tho
Dr. Raymond and L.von Tomp
sky loavo for homo on tho Clau
dino. A. W. Carter and F. Brown
caino over on tho Iwalani this
Tho Warrimoo took fivo passen
gers from this port for tho colo
nies. Mrs, J. H. Paty will leave for
Maui this ovening by the Clau
dino. 0. Bolto aro
II. Louisson and
bookod to loavo on
The Bulling of both tho Mil; a-
hnla and V. G. Hall is postponed
until tomorrow. I
The Board of Health will hold
its usual wcokly meetinc tomor-
row afternoon. ,
Another big consignment of
Seattle Beor on tap at that popu
lar roanrr tlinf!rifrinn.
lar resort, thoCriterion.
Wricht's villa at Wnikiki is
acquiring quite a
reputation as a
J. J. Hair arrivod on tho War-
riraoo yostorduy and loft on tho
Claudino this afiornoon.
Lovo's Bakery is on tho front
lino with fine pies for Thanksgiv
ing day. Pricos aro quoted olso
whoro. Tho Hoaluni Yacht and Boat
Club's iraformal hop takes placo
tomorrow ovening at tho boat
house. Tho Commercial Journal will
appear tomorrow. Its publica
tion oflico has been moved to 303
Tho fitherof Thomas Smith, Wednesday evoning. No invita
ono of tho foromon of tho Hono-1 tions have beon issued, but all of
lulu Iron Works, arrived on tho' the mombors of the club aro invit
Warrimoo from England. J od to ho present and to bring thoir
Send something Hawaiian to!frienda' This notioe luny bo token
your frionds abroad this year.. "8 an official invitation to all the
Those water and oil color oardsi momo. ns ,tl10 da,1C0 will bo
that King Bros, have nro just tho K'von by tho club.
Tho Bennington's surgeon wont
or to tho bark Coloma this
ovor to tho bark Uoloma this
morning to attend to tho injuries
of ono of tho mon who fell from
the rigging to tho dock.
Thoro will bo a danco given nt
Indopondonco park tomorrow
ovening by tho Lei Ilima Club.
Tho Kawaihau quintetto club was
engaged sovoral days ago to fur
nish music for tho occasion.
Tho Hawaiian Planters' Associ
ation is tho now name which was
this morning adopted for tho
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany. The Association will likoly
oontinuo in eossiou during to
Mr. Morrison of tho Makawoli
plantation read on oyhaustivo es
say on tho effects of fertilizers on
the soil us appliod to sugar culti
vation at tho mooting of tho Plan
tors' Association this morning. Jt
was listoned to with marked at
tention by the planters present
anci oruerou printed.
Dotectivo Toma was in luck
yostord.ty. He wont down to Poarl
City on tho 5 o'olock train and
captured three Japanoso laborers
who had deserted thoir planta
tions. Two of them belonged to
Sprockolsvillo and the other to
Koloa, Kauai. In addition to tho
standing reward of $10 per head
offered by tho plantations, Mr.
Hackfel'd paid tho dotoctive's ex
penses amounting to $5 50, as an
encouragement for futuro efforts
in tho same direction.
Wray Taylor is preparing for
tho annual entertainment to ho
given on December 10th next to
raiso funds for tho Lepers' Morry
ChrifltmftB. Tho program will bo
an unusually nttraotivo ono and
Miss Kato Field has promised to
lend hor valuable assistance, Tho
ontertainmont will be givon most
likqly in Kauinakanili church,
but duo notico will bo given,
Tliroo hundred dollars was raised
for tho lopors last year.
Highest of all in Ltavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
A lady's brncolet has been found.
Apply at tho Bulletin office
Thoro wero ton minor casoa on
Judgo Perry's calendar this morn
ing. Tho Tux Appeal Board is in
Bossion this afternoon in tho Dis
trict Court room.
Fifty tons of that Foaming
Bovorago, Seattle boor, to bo had
in quantities to suit at tho Crito
rion. Miss Ribertfou leids in t'i
biojelo cintost today with 775
voteK., Miss Clnrko is a close
Focond with 723 votes.
Tho Criterion Saloon call at
tention to tho morits of Soattlo
beor, a largo quantity of which
arrived on yesterday' stoamer.
Dr. W. L. Mooro of Hilo has n
card in this issue. Tho doctor
pays ospocialattontion todisoasos
of tho eyo and ear.
Dr Huaaol has his office in the
Masonic building whoro ho may
bo 800n fr0,n 9 to H la- n"d 3
to 5 p. in. His rosideuco will ho
nt tho Hawaiian hotel.
j Grace Kahalewai pleaded guilty
of disobedionco to her parents
l'orry thin morninc
uul 8B"" w"8 ! " "
IlklUVOt V4 VI1U piUOUMUHIWIIi
Indopondenoo hall will ho tho
o"tor of attraction this ovening.
I tho occasion boing the entertain-
iiitiui una unuce iu uo given uy
tho ladies of tho Hospital Flower
Mission. As tho objeot is suoh a
worthy one, tho attendance will
undoubtedly bo largo. A magic
lantorn show and tho Hawaiian
band will ho additional attrac
tions. Tho Advertisor of this morning
stated in n local that n largo num
ber of invitations had boon issued
for an informal dance to bo givou
at tho Healani Boat Club lion bo
TIj&nkggiving s Xg.
O. W. Macfarlane.
ON TIIANK60IVINO UAV, NOV. 'Jotii,
my places of business will be closed.
103-2t J. T. WATF.KIIOUSK.
Here's the Stuff
Criterion .-. Saloon.
Tiii u ruir,
It is not exactly Hnnsol and
Gretol.but Hans and Carl, who
havo formed a partnership in the
boot blncking line, which busi
ness they say thoy propose getting
a monopoly of. Hans camo to
Hawaii from Germany, nt tho
tender age of three, and has lived
twolvo yoars on the inlands Cnrl
was horn horo and is thirteen
years of nge. Both nro good buys,
good hotblncks and good busi
ness men, or boys. lOnch holps
support u family of brothers and
sisters. Thoir stand at Roaoh's
harbor shop is well patronised, as
it desorvos to bo.
A LADY'S MtACELET. OWNEK CAN
hnvo sumo by calling nt the Bum.ktin oflico,
GOO King street, nuil paying tor thin odter
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of
cjo nnd car.
9 to 12 am.
3 to 4 pm.
Wniannenuo Avo. near Court Hon no. 16.1-U
:- Dr. Russel -:
Offico, Masonic Building.
Hours: : 9-11 am, 3-3 pm. : Telephone 4S4.
Iteildence Hawaiian Hotel.
Fine Mince. Apple and Cran
berry P IES!
10 Cent, 16 Ci'iita anil 35 Out tuch
RSF Leavo orders early.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Per S. S. "Wnrrimoo."
Extra Fine Mince Pies, Cranberry
and othor Fruit Pies.
Cakes and fancy Pastries of groat'
DoliciouH Ico Cream nnd Shor-
t3f Send your orders earlj.
lh V-H JL ..I
illfcy Ty f
Tho '"Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
. . . . Big Doll
GIVEN AWAY I
MAKE YOUR PURCHASES AT
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Slreot, -.-... Honolulu,
And get your couvionx. Our New GooJt nro jvw oponeil.
rozstea. IDaress O-occLs I
Silk Waist Ifnlteriw, Finch Chuillos
nnd Orgiimlii's, Jet Front, Jet Trnn-
Exclusive and Attractive. FinA islliUS
Freo Rods nnd Bait Furnished.
GET OFFTHE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
DOH'T HITTE MOHJEBT
About the best placo to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
Ll 0 a ' ki.i:i'iiqn: si.
nfl "r-ADOP IinCF CATTLE. 1'Olf
H-UU Balo iu lots to bult.
li:i-tl Kaliuku, Kuu, Hnwnil.
flNE BLACK HOltSE, l'EUFECTLY
T sound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
A largo flock, enough for oTerybody.
rinw orders early to lnaifre larRtit.blrdB.
HENRY DAVIS &S1C0.
TPIE GRASS HOUSE
WM & 4EY1R,
Owing to the delay in
tho completion of the
Von Holt building, I
havo concluded to
open temporarily on
Dec. 2nd, the store
formerly occupied ly
W.E. Foster on TJoA
street, for tho sn0 0f
goods suiti'olo for tho
-WHICH WILL INCI.VllK
Onyx Tables, Fivo
O'clock Teas, Chafing
Dishes, etc., etc.
W. W. DIMOND.