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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bund coucort at Thoinns squaro
A. B. Lindsoy left for Hawaii
on tho Iwalani.
A. MoBrydo and A. S. "Wilcox
haro returnod to Kauai.
Mrs. W. W. Dimond and child
came over on tho Coptic.
Gato roooiplsattho ball grounds
ostcrday wore .172.
The Hawaiian band will play
at Thomas squaro this evening at
F. W. Olado returned to Kauai
by thn Mikahala ou Wednesday
Tho Y. M. O. A. orchestra had
another very successful ruheursal
. Tho annual mooting of Ewa
pliintntion stockholders takes plnco
Eov. II. Isonberg and Dr. AVod-
dick canio ovit from Kauai yes
lorday by tho Koauhou.
Consul-Qenpral Ellis Mills and
his brido arrived by the Coptic on
W. H. Conoy of tho Advortisor
loft on tho Kinau this morning
for a few wooks' vacation.
1 Yeo Chan offers somo good bar
' gains in dry goods, quoting prioos
in a large advortisomont today.
Pursor Hewott of tho Keauhou
has tho sympathy of his many
frionds in tho loss of his littlo
'Jdaughtor yestorday by sickness.
Julian D. Hayno entertained a
numbor of tho students of tho
St. Louis Oollogo and others at a
dinner at the llicheliou yestorday.
F. K. Lynn and A. L. Pattor
,' son havo formed a copartnership
' under tho nnmn ot tho Interna
tional Iron "Works.
"W. W. Dimond will open his
temporary store on Fort street on
Monday with a tompting array of
china, glassware and crockery of
"W. T. Dorrance, of tho Time,
acted the part of the camora Cond
to perfection, at the football
i gumo. Ho snap shot tho playors
M in all imnginnblo positions.
Tho hearts of tho Bulletin's
compositors were gladdonod by a
donation from tho managers of
turkeys and somo pies for each,
on Thanksgiving day.
Captain Davis, a retired Ameri
can shipmaster, left by the Coptic
pursuing his journey round the
world, havincr had n nloasant time
in Honolulu sinco tho arrival of
Bishop McKim and two of tho
clorgy of his diocoso in Japan,
1 who are through passengers on
tho Coptic, attonded tho sorvices
at St. Andrew's cathedral yestor
Chief Justico Jndd and Asso
ciate Justico Froar of thoSuprorao
Court loft by tho Kinau today
for Lnhainn, whore they will look
over tho property in dispute in tho
,K Pioneer Mill water right contro-
j Tho annual meeting of tho nn
T waiian Historical Association will
tako place this ovoning in lloom
3 of the Y. M. 0. A. building.
Papers by Miss Homy and 31. M.
Gowor will bo read, in addition
to tho usual routino business.
Captain Rindor, late chief offi
cer of tho Gnolic, will bo tho now
commander of tho Belgio, to suc
ceed Captain "W. I. Walker. Mrs.
Hinder waa a passengor by tho
i Coptic to join her husband at
The Ponookeo Sucar Company
has olectod tho following officers:
Alex. Young, president; "W. F.
Allen, vice-president; F. M.
Swanzy, troasurer; W. H. Baird,
secretary, and T. It. Keyworth,
The members of tho committeo,
which has done Buoh arduous ser
vice for the Bulletin in the mat
ter of counting ballots for tho
bicyolo contest, have each boon
prosentod with a fino turkoy in re
Tho dunce givon by the Loi
Ilium club at Independence hall
on Wednesday ovoning was a
very ploaBaut one, but tho attend
ance was not large, llofreshmonts
wero sorved and dancing was kept
up to a lato hour. Tho club will
probably givo another d.uico at
tho wiiiio placo ou Now 1'ear'a
The U.S. S. Philadelphia is at
Horn's bakory has a new ad. in
J. Tinkor advertises frosh Co
lumbia river slmon.
H. W. Schmidt advortiHos a
country store for sale.
Six Thanksgiving drunks paid
tho usual fine this morning.
The Coptic took away 241 Jap
anese mon and 31 women and
146 malo Chinese, 8 women and
Don't forgot tho ontortainment
of tho Young Hawaiian's Institute
which takeB placo at Foster Hall
Kove. Horsfall of Lahaina aud
Brydo of Kohala left for their
rospectivo homos by tho Kinau
Wray Taylor led tho Y. M. C.A.
band last night, Mr. Keough be
ing otiiorwiso engaged. Sixtoon
members wiro present.
Tho proceedings of tho meoting
of tho Board of Henlth on Wed
nesday afternoon appear in an
Miss Kate Fiold has beou grant
od permission to visit Molokai
when tho somi-annual inspection
of tho Board of Health takes place.
Mohammed Omor Ali Khan,
Nuwab of Casoda, India, is trav
elling in tho States and will go to
Australia via San Francisco.
Mai, who got drunk Inst night
and used bad langungo iu the
middle of the stroet, was fined S3
and costs this morning.
Mies Kate McGrow rendered a
bo lutiful solo at tho services of
tho Socond Congregation of St.
Androw's Cathedral yostordny
Eov. Mr. Horsfall of Lahaina
proached tho Thanksgiving ser
mon at tho St. Androw's Catho
dral sorvico yesterday. The sing
ing of tho choir was moro than
Jns. F. Morgan will soil at auc
tion tomorrow, commoucing at 10
n. m , Oregon potatoes, misses and
childron's shoes, clothing, furni
ture, phaeton, top buggy, otc.
Frionds of Lioutenant Lucien
Young, who havo road tho manu
script of his forthcoming book on
Hawaii, say thoro is nothing in it
which could bo construed as ofien
sivo to tho Administration,
Hoopii, an old offondor and jail
bird, wns convicted of tho larcony
of a watch this morning and sen
tenced by Judgo Perry to two
years at hard labor, a fifty-dollar
fine and $1.40 costs.
Tho trial of Mrs. A. F. Franca,
arrested on complaint of Inspec
tor G. W. E. King for violating
the sanitary regulations of the
Board of Hoalth, was partly had
beforo Judgo Perry this morning
and continued until tomorrow.
Tho Wall - Nichols company
will throw opon their doors on
Monday morning, and the public
aro invited to viow tho largo and:
vuriod assortment of btationory
and fancy goods suitable for
Christmas presents they huvo on
Mrs. McCully-IIiggins gavo an
interesting talk to tho ladies of
tho Missionary Gloanors' Society
at their mooting at tho Central
Union church pjrlore ou Wednes
day aftoruoon in which sho spoko
on tho noed of missionary work in
Jupan. Tho society is in it ilour-isliing-oondltion
aud supports four
girls in the Kuwaiuhnn school be
sides other charitablo work.
The mission schoonor Eobort
W. Logan, doscribed in this
papor tho othor day, sailed foi
the Caroline Islands on the 15th.
Captain Bray is in command for
tho voyage clown, and Mate G. I.
Foster will tako chargo at Uio
Carolinos. Mrs. Foster, who is a
daughter of Dr. Price, a mission
ary at Euk, is aboard, besides
Mrs. and Miss Bray. Hugo Fish
er and Harry Gilman aro coming
as passengers for Honolulu.
Rev. Dr. Bovard ot Oakland has
attacked an entortainraont to Miss
Kato Field in most abusive terms
because claret punch was sorvod.
Tho ontortainmept was given by
a few women who aro actual news
paper writors. One of them has
onlmly replied to Dr. Bovard,
denying that cignrs or oigarottos
wero used, that tho women drank
of the punch, and that any of tho
mon woro "hilarious," us tho
doctor had insinuated in extravag
ant langungo. Tho women only
drunk Russian tea.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest T.S. Gov't lloport.
Honry and Allen Judd havo
gone to Maui.
Seattle Boer on Draught at tho
C. 0. Kennedy and wifo re
turned to thoir homo by today's
Auctionoor Luco held a success
ful salo of plants und ferns this
A halfwbito was arrestod this
morning for assault and bittory
on his sister.
Tho schooner Aloha was tele
phoned nt 1 p.m. nr.d will be in
ilunug tho alt tu Don.
Manager J. A. Scott of tho
Wninoku plantation, leftforhomo
i on the Kinau.
Fathors Bonuvontnra, Andrew,
Libert, Paul nnd Olivor left on the
Kinau this morning.
Consul S. Shimizu left for
Japan on tho Coptic. Many
friends woro nt tho wharf to bid
Fresh Fraser river salmon,
frozen, for salo at C. B. Mnilo's
stall in tho now fishmarket. His
ad will appear tomorrow.
W. W. Gondale, JrHind. Dr. J.
Wight and family and a numbor
of other residents of tho big isl
and roturned by tho Kinau today.
Mrs. FolliB, molhor of young
Mr. Follis who was in Honolulu
two years ago, died lutely in San
Francisco. Sho wns a sistor of J.
C. Flood tho capitalist
Universal sympathy will bo folt
for James D. Tregloan iu tho loss
of his young wifo far from homo.
Mrs. Tregloan was vory low whon
she roochod San Francisco in tho
bark Albert, nows of her condi
tion reaching husband by her tho
stoamer Australia. Her death is
recorded in another column. Mrs.
Tregloan was an amiablo aud
ItOAKU OV HKALTII.
Proceeding at llio ITIeotlnc on Wed
Tho Board of Health held its
regular weekly mooting at 3
o'clock on Wednesday aftornoou.
Present: President Watorhouse,
Mombers Wood, Lansing and
Koliipio, Dr. Capron, Agont Eey
nolds and Soorotary Wilcox.
Minutes of last rneoting read and
Dr. Monsarrat's veterinary re
port was read and approved.
Tho matter of the resumption of
bathing in tho harbor was brought
up and referred to Marshal Brown.
Complniut is made that tho re
strictions aro not enfoiced.
Canoes will bo permitted to
pass in and out of tho harbor from
Puukolo but not to bring fish.
Superintendent II. W. Moyor's
weekly lottor was road and filed.
Denny Feary was refused per
mission to opon another cofib
shop at Kalawao.
Tha matter of now wards for
the Baldwin Homo will bo attend
ed to when tho Board makes its
Petition of residents of Koolau,
Oaliu, for tho nppointmont of a
resident physician, was rend and
laid ovor. Tho secretary wus in
structed to answer tho petition to
tho effect that if tho rosidonts of
Koolau will do their share towards
supporting a physician the Board
will be willing to muko the ap
pointment. A motion was mado and carriod
that Dr. McWayno bo allowed to
aot as substitute for Dr. Capron
during the litter's absenco from
The clork was authorized to
employ extra elorical help for one
month to do nocossary copying.
Tho spocial committeo recom
mended tho orootion of a fumiga
ting compartment at Pacific Mail
wharf in preference to the pur
chase of tho hulk Kauniloa and
tho roport was adopted on motion
of Dr. Wood.
Agont Reynolds was authorized
to oxchnngo one of tho Bourd's
borsoH for u mulo.
Tho Board adjourned at 4 p. m.
King Bns. received seven tons
of Art goods by tho lust steamer.
Another big consignment of
Seattlo Beor on tup nt that popu
lar rosort, the Criterion.
KingBros hnvo over 20,000 feet
of picturo mouldings from which
they are making frames at Frisco
Send somothing Hawaiian to
your frionds ubroad this year.
Those wator nnd oil color cards
thnt King Bros, havo nro just tho
Fifty tons of that Foaming
Hovorngo, Soattl? boor, to bo had
in quantities to suit at the Crite
rion. A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Don'tal
ofiico Cottago No. 100, Alnkoa
stroet, telephono No. 015. Oflico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
Meohnnics' Homo, cornor Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 50 conts por night' $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
City Carriugo Co.. J. S. And
rado, manager. It" you want a
hack with good horso and caro
fuldrivor ring up Telephono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
streets. .Hack at all hours.
Miss Cahill's millinery parlors
havo been crowded during tho
last throe days, with lndios inter
ested in head-goar. Miss Cahill
displays many lovoly and dainty
articles on her counters nnd tho
haul ton of Honolulu appreciate
l''KHi sT- ' -
DON'T H$TiTE MOMENT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
Ifjn IIKADOF liKUF CATTLE. FOI?
(tUU h1o m lots to huIU
Knhuku, Kuu, llnwuil.
CINE LACK HOUSE, PERFECTLY
I Bound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
A largo flook, enough (or everybody.
I'Uce orders early to Insure largest birds.
HENRY DAVIS &IJ CO.
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.... Big Doll
GIVEN AWAY !
MAKE YOUlt PURCHASES AT
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Street, -.... Honolulu,
And (;t;l your coupoiw. Our New floods nro imw oj oued.
"W"orBtd. IDress O-ocds I
Silk Wnist Patterns, French Cliailles
and Organdies, Jet Front, Jet Trmi-
$37" Inspection solicited.
eAvin.'nftfn m mmw
Exclusive and Attractive. FillG FislLiUfi
Freo ltoils ami Unit Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
FOR 30 DAYS
Hnvinc ft lat ntock on hand 1 will bold a
;. CLEARANCE SALE :.
For 0 Days ot mv utoro, No. 301, Nnunnn street, ono door mnnkn of King street, whrro
I will offer my sntiro stock nt greatly reduced priceH. Delow I mention nevcrnl
articles atmurveloiiBly low fignreii. I'lenso call and bee for jourtielveM :
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for - - -1.00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for - - 1.00
Farwoll White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - ' - 9 cents per yard
White Cotton, heavy, 32 inches wide, 20 yards for - 1.00
Bleached Sheeting, 10-4, ... 25 cents a yard
Blankets, white witli tancy borders,
French Merino, double width, all wool,
Victoria Lawn, fino white,
Lad Chemises, embroidered,
Mosquito Netting, 10 yard pieces,
Men's Undershirts, linebalbnggan, 3 for SI. 00, worth 50 cts ea.
Whito Unlaundercd Shirts, linen bosom, good make, 45 cts ea.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 15 cents each, 2 for - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, men's white, hemstitched, largo sizes, 30
cents each. '
Just tlie thing for Christmas
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKl, 18 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
STORE TO LET, KING 8TKEET NUAlt
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
1N"KI). WESTMAVEK" HEKMN UT
A rlk'ht l'lami In excellent condition 111 be
eold cheap. Address, X,
lUi-tf IIui.i.ktin Olllcc.
A LADY'S UltAClXW. OYVNT.U CAN
hmu wiiiio liy cnlliu ill tlie lluu.nis otllcu,
IIO'IKiiik Btriet, und lwySiiK for thin dci
THE GRASS HOUSE
ElilB & 4EYBE,
90 cents a pair
- 374 cents a yard
70 cents a piece
40 cents each
- SI. 7 5 per piece
301 Nuuunu Strccot. ono door luankn of King St.
DUHINfl MY ABSENCE FKOM THE HE
puullc of Iliiwall, Chant: Jack Kuu will have
charge under Power of Attorney of all tho
builuiea aud nhalra of the Arm of Wins Mow
Chan. YOUNG CHEK,
WING MOW CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 11, lbW. 157Jw
Thanksgiving ? tgi$.
C. "W. Maofarlane.