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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No papor will bo issued trom
this oflko tomorrow,
Tho Coptic is duo from Sau
Tho steamuhip comnpnios will
oloso tboir offices tomorrow.
0; Walters loft for Kauai on tfi9
Wnialoolo yostorday aftornoon.
A small Boir.uro of opium was
mado on tbo Claudino yostorday.
Tbo regimontal parado takes
plaoo nt 8:30 tomorrow morning.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orobostra will
moet as usual tomorrow night for
Tlicro is a surprise party in
storo for somo ono noxt Saturday
Tho Hawaiian band will play at
tbo llawuihm hotel tomorrow
evening, commoncing at 7.30.
Most of tho let.ding stores will
oloso cnthulv tomorrow. Tlio
grocory stores will closo at 10 a.m.
Tho baud will givo its logulur
monthly moonlight concort at
Makee Island this ovoning.
Tho Choral Society held another
of its rohoarsals last ovoning,
about twenty of tbo niombors bo
Tho ndjourned annual meeting
of tbo stockholders of tho Ono
mea Sugar Company was to be
bold this nftornoon.
Jamos H. Boyd, olork of tho
Land Office will go to Hilo by
tho Kinau on Friday for a visit to
tho homesteads in that distriot.
KingBros. bnve over 20,000 feet
of picturo' mouldings from whioh
thoy aro making frames at Frisco
Commissioner Marsden is dis
tributing a largb number of trees
from tho government nurseries, as
a rosult of his rccont notices.
Tho twonty-six Ohinoso labor
ers who arrived by tho Coptic and
rtpudiatod thoir contracts hovo
been pardoned by Prosident Dolo.
Particulars on tbo eocond page.
Mr. and Mrs. Lillio aro deeply
grateful to Dr. Corson, surgeon of
tho steamer "Warrimoo, for bis
constant and skilful treatraont of
Airs. Lillie's broken ankle.
In tho embezzlemont cbnrco
against Albort Lucas tbo dofon
dant has waived examination in
tbo District Court and tho case
now goos to the upper Court for
Full dotails of the circumshncos
leading to the pardon of tho
twonty-six Chiuoso immigrants
who refusod to ongage in agricul
tural labor will bo found on an
h W. Seaborn Luco will bold bis
grand uuotion sale of plants and
ferns, previously mentioned in
this papor, at 10 a. m. Friday.
Somo of tbo ferns may now bo
soon at bis salesroom.
Provide a good Minco Pio and
somo other dainties for Thanks-
giving dinnorl Tho Elite Ico
ream Parlors will doliver all or
dors on that day free of charge.
Soud in your order right nwayl
John Vasconcollos, by his father
and noxt friond V. Vasconcollos
suod Antonio CamacUo for $26,
balanco due for labor in Judge
Perry's court yesterday. He ob
tainod judgmont for $8 and $4 20
Eddio Bosowarno was brought
lieforo .Tudcro l'errv this mnrninrr.
charged with disobedionco. Wuon
nskod if bo was guilty or not bo
refused to speak. Tho Court on
tored a plea of not guilty for him
!( and will attend to his case later
The Timo is out with somo now
features and contributors. With
a business manager to divido tho
labor, tho editor will be able to
improve tbo papor. The cartoon
and most of the editorial in this
number is in favor of liberating
the political prisoners.
Tliore will be two special
. Thanksgiving servicos at the St.
Andrew's Cathedral, the first for
tho socond congrogntion taking
filaco at 10 o'clock und the second
or the Cathedral congrogation at
11. Tbero will bo spocial musio
for tho occasion. At tbo first
service Rov. Alox. Mackintosh
will pieaoh the annual sorinon for
the Sooioty for the Piopapation of
tho gospel in Foroign Parts and
tho collection will be for its
A. J. Doiby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottgo No. 100, Alukoa
street, telephone No. GIG. Ollico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Seattle Boer on Drought at tho
H. B. Hitchcock loft on tbo
Hall this morning.
H. J. Nolto regaled bis cus
tomers on chicken today,
J. T. Brown has gono to Ha
waii on tbo Hall.
King Bros, receivod sevon tons
of Art goods by tho last steamer.
Dr. W. L. Moore and Dr. Lind
loy sailed on tho Hall this morn
ing. Kaia, for being drunk in a pub
lic placo yesterday, forf oitod tbreo
dollars this morning.
Mr. Luce will hold bis groat
initial Christmas night sale on
John T. Wdlorlimiso anuouuees
that his placos of business will
bo closed on Thanksgiving day.
Another big consignment of
Soattlo Buor on tup ut that popu
lar resort, thoCriterion.
Knoa will bo tried on tho 30th
in Judgo Porry's Court for, as
saulting and battering ono II.
A Japaneso was arrostod this
morning and charged with assault
and battory on complaint of a na
tive woman. I
Tho program for tbo Young
Hawaiian's Institute ontertain-
ment on Saturday ovoning is in
courso oi preparation, jls win uo
an excollont ono.
Sond enmothing Hawaiian to
your friends abroad this year.
Thoso wator and oil color cards
that King Bros, bavo aro just tbo
The Patterson-Cowan case still
takos up tho spare timo of tho
District Curt. More testimony
was taken this morning, and mnro
is to follow.
Joo do Costa and Manool do
Costa, two truants, wero brought
up in tho police court this morn
ing, and their cases takon undor
Ah Wo and Ah Kwai against
whom an opium chargo has been
pending for somo weeks past, wero
released today, tho governmont
declining to prosooute them.
A law was passed in England
in 1750 to tlio oilcct that nt parties
"lndios must not got drunk on any
protext whatever, and gontlomon
not beforo 9 o'clock."
Tbo Chinese who was recently
convicted of rupo in tho Circuit
Court was sontenced by Judgo
Mugoon this morning to impri
sonment at hard labor for tho rest
of his lifetime.
Tboro will be a meeting of Mys
tic Lodgo No. 2, Knights of Pythi
as, this oveuing, when tbo Ampli
fied Third Degroe rank will be
conferrod. All qualified knights
aro invited to attend.
When a man thinks ho can tun
his businoss without advertising
tho pooplo think ho can do it
without their custom. Tho
Bulletin is tho best advertising,
modium in llunaii.
Tho Healani Ynoht nnd Boat
Club's dance takes placo at tho
boathouse this evening. Tho Ka
waihuu Club will furnish tho
music No written invitations
havo boon issued for this danco
and mombors and their friends
aro expootod to attond without
Tho danco at Indepondonco
irarK, tins ovoning, by tbo mom
bors of tho Lei Ilima Club is an
informal affair nnd no cards havo
boon sont out, but mombors and
frionds of olub aro requested to
attond. Bussos will leavo at 7:30
p.m., from corner of Fort and
King streets, for tho Park. Mu
sio by the Kawaihuu Quintette
An extraordinarily heavy blast
was put off in tbo oxcavations for
tho new building on tbo cornor
of Hotel and Bethol stroots this
morning. For a few moments
times wero lively, and ovorytbing
in tho shape of shelter was oagor
ly sought for by laborers, passers
by and morobanta in the neigh
borhood. Pioces of rock as largo
as ouo's head wero thrown cloar
ovor tho adjacont buildings, somo
of them alighting on tho roofs on
tho Ewa Hido of Nuuanu street. If
this keops on bomeono will bo
EVENING BULLETIN. NOVEMBER
li-MtirYrniifllTrt'W im -mufinrf it-ifirmTj u iki im ifiir
Highest of all in Lnuvouing Powr. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
Louis Singer has named bis
football toam tbo "Koliable."
Fathors Colostino nnd Victor
loft for Hawaii today by tho
Miss Mitnholl, Mien Hay and
Miss Bolton loft on tho Hall this
morning; also O. Moinecke.
Another iron shanty is going
up on Merchant sheet above Ala
kea. Tho steamship Asloun from
Portland is coming into tho har
bor ns tho liuniuiN goes to press.
Fifty tons of that Foaming
Poorngo, Soattb boor, to bo bad
in quantities to suit at the Crite
rion. Tho annual Thanksgiving on
tortainment of tho Ivauaiahao
Sominary takes place on Friday
Kea wo will bo tried on tbo 29th
for selling liquor without a license
nnd Kuilohi for tho samo oftonso
on December 2d.
Busts of Hon. C. B. Dishop by
Allen Hutchinson aro to bo placed
in Oahu collcgo and Kamohnmohu
Notico is given that the ver
andas of tho Executive building
will bo open to thoso who dosire
to se tho reviow of tho National
Manager Lucas of tho Hawaiian
hotel promises patrons an oxtra
fino dinner tomorrow which tho
band concort aftorwards will help
Gcorgo E. Carter will act as
umpiro in tomorrow's football
gnmo and J. Q. Wood and Frank
Kruogor as referoo nnd time
keeper. The annual meeting of tbo Ha
waiian Historical Society will be
held on Friday, tho 29th inRt., in
tho Y. M. O. A. linll lit 7X0 n.m.
After tho regular business papers
will bo rond, written by Miss
Henry and M. M. Gowor.
Thoro will bo an oxoursion to
Wuinnao and roturn tomorrow.
The train will leavo at 9:15 a. in.
and return fiom Wniauao at 3:11.
Manager Dillingham guarantoos
that overyono going on this ex
cursion will como back with a
good appetite for dinner.
Japaneso workmon aro putting
np a theater, covering John F.
Bowler's lot on Merchant and
Biobards streets, opposite tho Pa
cific Tennis Club's court. Tho
posts, about ten foot high, nre
planted in tho ground. It is said
to bo intended to stand only n
A PL. A OK l'OK CAKLIILE.
Ho OTii)' no HI il do n Juatlre ol tlio
Washington, Novembor 12.
Tho Post will say to-morrow that
Soorotary Cnrlislo may bo ap
pointed to tho Supromo Court
bunch to succeed tho late Justice
Jackson. Tho Post says that somo
tinie ago the Prosidont had prao
tic illy fixed upon Judgo Pookham
of Now York for tho place. It
' 'All thoso plans, however, ar
Baid to havo boon changed by tho
recent olections. Had Rontucky
elootod a Democratic Legislature
it was confidently oxpooted that
Mr. Carlislo would on tho 4th of
March, 1897, stop from tbo Cabi
not into tbo Sonata. Thin nnilm.
pation cannot now bo realized.
'rim nn1iMrnl wnmli.tSn.. : tr
tucky has also materially affooted
Mr. Carlisle's chances for tho
Presidential nomination, as well
ns greatly reducod tho advisability
of beinc a candidate with flm nAAa
so largely against tho Democrats.
upuor ineso ououmstanoes, tho
political futuro has iittlo attrac
tion for Mr. Cnrlislo, besides
whioh bis tastos and desires load
him naturally to a judicial posi
tion. Tho wealth of Wisconsin of all
kinds including tho
including tho pine forosts,
its to HOG.303,185.
ir if mt nrrr nt twrii MiimWMii nimiiii'i'WiWWi
ANOTHER LIFE SENTENCE.
Al.nr.IIT LUCAS FLr'ADS nUlXTT
TO TIIltEE INDICTMENTS.
lortui;uro Nclnicr HI on on Trial
l'or I,II)cl-niQttcr at Circuit
Judgo Magonn is hearing the
libel ciso against J. M. Vivas and
J. M. Teixera, being tried by tho
followiug jury: G W Fnrr, Thos
Wright, W L llortnrd. J M Tracy,
J C Clunoy. E II Wodolmuso, O J
Campbell, E V Jordan, J E West
brook, F S Lyman, Jr, J W Rob
ertson nnd M N Kennedy. Neu
mann for prosecution; Kinney and
Davis for defendants.
At tho opening of Court this
nfternoou Deputy Attornoy-Gon-eral
Carter presontcd three in
dictmonts for embezzlement
against Albort Lucas, charging
him with embezzling amounts ag
gregating ab.mt $0000 from tho
Government of the Republic. De
fendant pleaded guilty to each in
dictment, and Judgo Magqou
Busponded sontonco until Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Ah Wong, convicted of rape n
few days ago, was sontenced by
Judgo Magoon this morning to
imprisonment for life.
Dofondant's appeal in tho case
of Hawaiian Gazotte Company vs.
Frank Godfroy, and J. F. Clay,
Clerk of Sonato, girnishee, was
urgued and submitted bofc-re
Judgo Whitmg at chambers.
Humphreys for plaintiff, Robert
son for defendant.
J. M. Homer has taken oscop
tions to tho docision of Judgo
Whiting, oveiruling his demurror
to the complaint of J. A. Low.
Judgo Whiting has sustained
tho decision of the District Court,
that it has no jurisdiction in tho
cuso of Yo Hop Wai vs. Yon
Hing, as tho parties aie tenants
in common and their dispute in
volves tho titlo to real estate.
Robi'itson for plaintiff, Hum
phreys for defendant.
Jos-ph G. Henriquo has
brought a bill for specific per
formance against Jamos Robort
Paris, a minor, Mary C. Paris,
and J. I). Paris, Jr., administra
tor of the estate of J. D.Paris,
Sr., decoasod, to compel defend
ants to soil a pioco of land, in
torms of a cortain lcaso, to the
plaintiff, who doposits $450 in
court as tho prico.
Judgo Whiting yosterday heurd
tho damage caso of Andrew
McCaho vs. Ah Loong,
which was tried by tho
following mtxod jury: M Ivplii
aa, G W Farr, C P Kanakauui, J
E Westbrook, A Recard, A Har
rison, C L Hopkins, Jas Mclnor
ny, Jas L Holt, Jr, E W Jordan,
E A Jones, F S Lymnn. Plain
tiff claims -flOOO from defendant
as daimgos for unlawful prosecu
tion on h chargo of mnlicious in
jury iu de&tro-, ing a few bunchos
of binnniiB. McCaho and two
othors wero sanitary inspoctors in
tho Into Aniflnmin. mirl if. wna nn
,ono of their visits to tho Chinn-
'inan's houso that tho bananas
wero dostroyed. Kinnoy for
plaintiff; Robortson for dofondant.
Vordict for plaintiff with dnm
ages of $50.
Tho Call says tho true explana
tion of tho collapse is that as tbo
Domoorats had to carry Cleveland
thoy could not possibly carry any
Knights of Pythias.
AT THE CABTLE HALL Or 5IYBTIO
LODGE NO. 2. K. of 1'., the Atnpliliod
Third ltniik will bo conferred tills (Woluen
Any) oveuing. All Knights quulllied nro
cordiall; iuvitcd to bo prtseut.
l'er order of the O. O.
27. 1895. 5 ,V
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S Tlio a
r .... Big Doll 1
WILL HE v JBJ
GIVEN AWAY !
MAKE YOUR PURCHASES AT J9
N. S. SACHS, -l
520, Fort Stroot, ------ Honolulu, 'M
Aiul get your cutiKin. Our New Goortit nro How oi'eiioil. .sB
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ifnvmiunmin!iiii.ivm aiu mw
Exclusive and Attractive. FlUG U'lslliUS
Froo Rods nnd Bait Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
DD1UT HITiTE M0fiEWT
About the btst placo to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
yinn head or beei cattle, row
sale in lota to suit.
Kahuku. Kiiii, Hnwaii.
CINE BLACK HORSE, TEnFECTLY
r sound. Apply lo
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
A largo flock, enough for everybody.
VUco orders early to Insure largeat.blrdi.
HENRY DAVIS &" CO.
New Advertisements. , lEm
THE GRASS HOUSE
OTHER POTTED PLANTS.
On Friday, Nov. 20. at 10 a.m., at my
snleuroom, I shall offer for sale the finest
assortment of tho abovo ever displaced in
the city. They are from private green
houses and tho leading nurseries and aro
well worthy tho inspection of tho public.
tST Ladies will find it advantageous to
attend this sale.
W. S. LUCE,
THE STORES Ol' THE UNDERSIGNED
will bo open until 10 o'clock a.m. only mi
I liBiikHjjiviiiB Dny. One deliver by w agon t
LEWIS A: CO.,
H. DAVIS .t CO.,
H. I JIcINTYUE ic BItO.
A LADY'S BRACELET. OWNER CAN
.nniBnl"0 ly Cal""K "' "WHOMFTIN-Offlco,
.01 King street, and paying for this ndver-"(,c"""'-
ON THANKS(!IV1N(S DAY, NOV. S3,
y plaics of builuisswlll be cloned.
J. T. WATF.RHOU8K. J
?nlin,N?i?,Y AnSKNCE FROM THE RE
nnbllc of Hawaii. Chan,- Jack Kun will havo
chargo uniltr Power of Attorney of all tho
liuilucM and affair, of the firm of Wine Mow
Dated Honolulu, NS?,SW TO
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 13 TO
Let, furnlshid, togttlitr with a beach lot.
OTORE TO LKT, KING STREET NEAR
O Iort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
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