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L.OCAL, AND GENERAL.
Wui. Enssio is ovor fromluumi.
The rumor fiend was at his best
L. Adlcr lins ft cottage to lot
Judgo Perry is cngigod with
civil onsos tliis nftornoon.
0. Bolto and H. Louisson r
turned on the Clnudino yostordoy.
It was a tirod and happy crowd
thnt got homolato on thoKcauhuu
Ti A. Tlmrstnn, wifo and ohild,
rotnrnod from Kauai yosterdny by
Mrs. E. It. Hendry was ono of
tho returning passongers from
AVirth's circus which arrived
tins moruiiig has u list of twenty
tv" parf jrai'-ra.
Dr. and Mrs. Oupron anil Miss
Jessio do Lion loavo by tho Mio
wcrn this afternoon.
Artlmr Hnrrtfl, irr?stod for dis
turbing public woiship, will havo
his trial on tho 6th.
'Hrufo C-irt'vright wan ono of
tl.o UT-r-iiug p.is&ongtrs by tho
HiiHiiicfls is improving in Judgo
Perry's court. There woro thirty-thi'-u
ulTonJcrs up this morning.
Prosident Dole was tho first at
tho wharf to inquire what Wfs tho
exuso nf tho Kcauhou boing Into
Mrs. Isabella Sinclair and
Messrs Weir and Stoddart woro
passongors by tho Miowera for
The list of nowly-clocted officers
of tho Portuguese Socioty of San
Antouio appears in unother
Tho yacht Spray has boon sold
to Hilo parties and Cuptuin J. W.
Cooke will pilot her to Hilo to
morrow. Cuptuin Thompson of tho Koau
hou had n narrow escupo from'
drowning at tho Kalaupapa land
ing on Saturday.
Beautifully colored photos, of
Hawuiinn Fcnnory, just tho things
to send u broad for Xmua greetings,
King Bros., Hotol st.
Autone Rosa and J. L. Kaulu
lcou havo returned from Kauai,
whither they wont to attend a
term of tho Circuit Court.
Chief Justice Judd and Asso
ciate Jubl.cO Freur of the Su
promo Court returnod from Maui
by tho Claudino yo&terday.
Kong Soi ploaded guilty of hav
ing opium in possession in Judgo
Perry's court this morning and
was fined $75 and 3 costs.
The chargo of furious driving
which has been hanging ovor J.
Lukela, driver for ono of Smith's
bussos, for a week past has boon
Alei and Mrs. Kalei Fo Sang
wero convicted of adultory in
Judgo Perry's court this morning.
The fonnor was fined 30 and tho
latter half that amount.
Robert W. Wilcox, escorted by
an oilicor, was allowed to visit hi
homo in a ourriiigo yestorduy, on
account of Bicknoss in his family.
IJo was dressed in a wliito flnnnol
suit and looked remarkably woll.
Mrs. A. F. Franca was found
guilty by Judge Perry this morn
ing lor violating tho rules of tho
Board of Health in regard tocoss
pools and filled $10 and costs, fiom
vliicli judgment and sontenco she
T ' 1 e ii
i jjiugu uiuivua oi puupie niivo
boon congregating about tho now
1 storo of the Wall-Nichols com
pany today, boing attracted by
tho numorous novelties in hooks,
albums, stationery, pictures and
musical instruments displayed.
Monthly meotingof tho Woman's
Board of Missions tomorrow
(TuoBday) at the Central Union
church at 2:30 p. m. Theme of
paper prepared by Mrs. J. M.
Whitney, "College Sottlomonts."
Beport of Japanese work in those
islands, by Mrs. 0. H. Gulick.
W. S Luce will offor a lot of
fine Christnms goods at auction
on Saturday evening next at 7
o'olock. Japanoso ivorioa, car
pots rugs, loco ourtains, Chinoso
silks ami China, porcelains and
curios, and a big lot of toys. For
tho first time in Honolulu, the
auction room will bo lighted by
electricity, which indicates pio
groBgiveucss on tho part of Mr.
Wirlh's circus is in town.
General Booth is holding ser
vices in Sydnoy.
Manager Kay of tho Kohala
plantation ia in tho city.
Tho recent term of tho Circuit
Court oudtd on Saturday.
Tho Walls, Nichols Company
are opon for business todiy.
Extonsive additions havo been
mado to tho Wailuku dopot.
Glorious woather is rfportod
by the Miowera on her trip hither.
A big ulua was caught on tho
Keauhou last night ofTtho Molo
kai light house.
Arthur Dacro, a coraodian, kill
ed his wife and himsolf at Sydney
on Novombor 17.
Bov. Dr. Beckwith preaolicd
his annual Thanksgiving saraion
at Paia yestorday.
1'ursor Young of the Miowora
is cordially thanked for report of
voyago and Sydnoy files.
Officers of tho Kohala Sugar
Co. for the ensuing year nro ud
vortisod in this papor.
Leo Ho was found $3 and' costs
this morning for koeping his
butcher shop opon yestorday.
Tho Paia plantation will short
ly opon up a wholesale and rotail
storo noar tho plantation office
wuoat nas nearly doubled in
prico at Sydnoy sinco the closo of
last yoar. It is now about 95c. a
Tho Miowera camo in from tho
Colonios this morning and loaves
for Vancouver at i o'olock this
W. F. Beynolds is suilbring
from a(bad attack of rhoumatism,
in which ho has tho sympathy
ot his irionds.
Yostorday was tho 225th anni
versary of tho independence of
X'ortugnl, tut tho evont is being
Bov. Mr. Garvin preached an
intorsting sermon lust night on
"What is tho Church and Who
aro Mombors of It?"
Only ono arrest was mado this
morning, that of a hackdriver who
is accused of obtaining somo
liquor undor fulso pretences.
The American Legion of Honor
has puid to Mrs. Thomas Soron-
son $5000, the amount of the bon
ofit policy on hor late husband's
A number of femalos of bad
character wero sontoncod to va
rious terms of imurisonmont uv
Judgo Perry this morning for not
registering as tuo law provides.
It was by tho Mariposa and not
tho Australia that nows of Mrs.
Tregloan's illness was first receiv
ed, and heforo anystoamor left for
the Coast news of hor doath was
Tho Amorioan Minister find
Mrs. Willis will hold a reception
in honor of Consul-Gonoral Mills
and Mrs. Mills on Thursday, Do
comber 5th, at '1 o'clock, to which
tho public is cordially invited.
W. W. Dimoud'a tomporary
store on Foit street whs thrown
upun io mo puoiio tins morning
and a tempting display of china,
glass, Majolica, Dresden and
Sevres ware greets tho oyo of tho
Harry and Edward, proprietors
oi ino JiOiivro oaloon. recoived hv
tho l3t steamer a hydraulic pump
that will bo workod hv wr.tur
power, and will bo used in draw
ing tho celubratod Soattlo draft
Thoro was a spooial native scr
vico held at St. Androw's cathe
dral on Saturday evoninc.it boinL
St. Andrew's day. Tho Bishop
proachod an earnest sermon in
nativo to tho large congregation
Honry Smith, Clerk of tho Ju
diciary, shippod tbo testimony in
tho Johnson and Mullor cases to
tho Supreme Court of HrltiaH
Columbia by tho stoamor Miowera
today. J. W.Jonos, stenographer,
had made tho typewritten pages
up into neat volumes.
Competition relative to a do
sign for tho great seal closed to
day at noon. Twolvo dosigns
wero offered. Tho committoo
havo not as yot dooided wlion to
hold thoir mooting to pass upon
tho merits of tho work of tho vari
ous competitors. Considerable in
terest is felt in tho mattnr, both
uy uuiuuawuus unu pooplo in gon-oral.
EVENING BULLETIN', DEOEMBElt 2, 1805.
Hlghost of all in Leavening Powfr. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
Tho Australia iB duo next Sat
Tho Athlotic Association 18 to
hold a moeting this aftornoon.
If you feol oat of sorts, call at
tho Criterion and try our refresh
ing Soattlo Beor on draught.
Soveral Porlugueso airs will
bo rondered by tho Hawaiian band
at Emma Squaro this evening.
Hawaiian lodge of Froo and
Accopted Masons will elect officer
for tho onsulng term this evening.
The r.'gular monthly mooting of
tho Pioneer building and Loan
Association will tuko place this
Hawaiian and Foroigu Christ
mas cards also; scenes in oil colors
suitablo for mailing, at King
Bros., Hotol tt.
Tho wodding ceromnny of Po
tor MoKinnon and Mrs. Nott
took took placo on Saturday ovon
ing in the parlors of tho Catholic
A horso belonging to M. E.
Silvn and valued at $150 droppod
dead suddenly in front of tho Ho
bron dnigstoro, while its ownor
was insido making purchaso.
TUe Now Uookitoro.
Mossrs. Wall and Nichols open
ed their big now bookstore- this
morning. A largo nurabor of peo
ple called to seo what they could
seo and becamo purchasers boforo
they left. Probably no suoh lino
of toys und statiouory was ovor
shown in Honolulu before. Ono
now and novel feature is tho Ite
gina ninsio box. Standing ono
hundred foet distant tho notes oi
tho airs played by this littlo in
strument ring nut ns clearly and
distinctly as thoso of a piano.
No tinny or flat sound, but a
rich, inollow harmony which do
monstratos the fact that mochan
icul ingenuity can approach so
closely to fine art as to make one
indistinguishable from tho othor.
Then the dolls of ovory descrip
tion; Trilby dolls boinc tho latest
now thing. Holiday books, cards,
pictures, Japanese crepe tissuo
Otf SATURDAY EVENIN'O. DFX'. 7, 1895.
At 7 o'clock p.m.,
I will sell at my auction room, a vciy lino
Toisorall descriptions. Cm''
Ijefs, ltii(,'t, ,iicu Curtains,
lupuiH'so horlcs, Tonelaln
anil t'iirlu, tli- ilf.
A FINE MM: OK CHINESE SII.K8, I'O.V
(JL'& AND CHINA WAlii:.
,KT Tlio placo will l lii'otitlfullj ikrurnt
ed iiml ll-lilcl w ItU electric llgliU. cm-nil
cats for ladles.
W. S. Luce,
COTTAGE TO LET.
NEWI.Y PAINTED. COTTAOECON.
talus parlor, two lied rooms, dlnlnjr
v i i '.....". I""'"J nu uniurooiii.
Enquire L. ADI.EU, 18 Nuuanu street.
1 07-3 w
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I ortueuese Benevolent Society of San An
tonio, tlio following ofllecra were elected for
the year 1890:
JTFIguoredo . . President
jyemandei! . Vice l'resldeit
u n1tm1' ' " Secretary
. MBPerelra - - - Treaanrer
. ,, Board or DntKOTonr:
i M Gomes, J A Nunei, A O iSlIra, M R
Blsuoand A G CunbaV
Election of Officers.
iTfTi" K A,)JOURNED ANNUAL MEET
Injf of lliohouu.A8l(IAKCOMPANr held on
t be ailU Inst, at ,,o olllce of Ca.,io .t CooU
tlio following eniiera were re-elected to er
for the ensuing jear:
SI T ItutiiiMoii VIco President
?," tAJ!lertul Treasurer
0 M Cooko Auditor
The abmo nam. d ollliir also constitute
the llimrd ol Directum.
... ., W. A.I10WEN.
lr" " Sec. Uoliala 8ui;(ir Co.
King Brns. recoivod sovon tons
of Art Roods by tho last etoamor.
Another big consignment, of
Soattlo Beor on tap at that popu
lar resort, tho Criterion.
KingBros hnvo over 20,000 feet
of picturo mouldings from which
thoy aro making frames at Frisco
Sond something Hawaiian to
your friends abroad this year.
Those water nnd oil color cards
thnt King Brop. havo aro just tho
A. J. Uoiliy, D.D.S., Dontul
ofiico Cottngo No. 100, Ahtkoa
street, telephone No. G15. Oflice
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Kaia, n nativo, plead guilty of
assault and battory in Judgo 1'or
ry's court this morning and was
fined $25 and costs. Kaia and
his frionds had a small-sized pili
kia over drinks which resulted in
tho usual row, during the progress
of which he manngod to battor up
tho fa cos of ono or two of his
(formorly) boon companions.
FRESH PHASER RIVER
For Sale at the
lEW FISH fI.tET
X3 Inquire at
O. II. MAIXE-S .Salmon Stall.
DDWT HtTE MOipiT
About tbo best placo to buy
PIRST-CLA6S -:- FEED
inn muoor heef cattle.
blllo ill lotH tO Blllt.
Kiihuku, Knu, lliuvnli.
CINE LACK HOUSE, rEltFEOTLY
I aouud. Apply to
A large flock, enough for everybody.
Vlaco orders early to luauro largett blrda.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
vnvKaw y. 'V
520, Fort Street,
And got your cjnpuus.
"AToistsd. XDress 3-ooc3.s I
Silk Wnist Pntr"n Fr-i-'i Chailles
and Organdies, Jt J rnnt, Jut Trim
Exclusive and Attractive.
Froo Koda and
GET OFF THE TRAM
FOR 30 DAYS
Ilnviug a largo stock on Laud 1 will hold ft
:. CLEARANCE SALE :.
For .TO Days at uiy store, No. 301, Nuuanu street, ono door miiukn of King street, wher
I will offer my cntiro stook at Rrctitly reduced prices. Holow I mention Boveri
articles at marrclously low figures. I'lcaso call nnd seo for younelYP .
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for . j qq
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for . . j'qq
Farwell 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 'ard
Blankets, white with fancy borders, - 90 cents a pair
French Merino, doublo width, all wool, - - 37J cents a yard
y-tona.Lawn, lino white, - . . 70 cents a picco
Lad QJu;"lscs.. embroidered, - . , 40 cents each
Mosquito M.wt,n& I? ynrd pieces, - . J'S per picco
Men's UudorsWrtS, n,.'-" balbr'ggnn, 3 for $1.00, Woith fiO els ca
White Uni'auiulei'ed 8hlrt, linon l.)0sm, good nmko, 45 cts oa
Silk Haudkerchiofs, 15 cents rach, 2 for - - "ri mnta'
Jiin. juuuivuiuiuuia, lliuu wuito, noiuscitciiou, iarjo sy.a .TD
Just the thing- for Christmas
ALMA COTTAOn, AT WAIKIKI, 18 TO
Lot, furnlahcd, togetUer with a beach lot.
STORE TO LET, KING STIIEET NEAll
Fort. Apply to
AN I'?"-.WESTMAVKK" UEKLIN UI'
. ."r5"1 "lann '" "cellenl condition will lie
sold cheap. Address, x,
'"l' IIuu.etin Olllce.
A LADY'S llltACr.Un'. OWNKIt CAN
Imvu sumo ly calling at tliolltu.t.i-ris olll,
.-U.......K nmn, nun puy.ng ior tliU nihtr-
2o Giiinld nio mur o biiciI.
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
w , w
:tO Nuuanu Streeet. ono door mnnka of Kin Bt.
DH.SIN9.?,Y ABSENCE FUOM THE UB
pnbllc of Hawaii, Chang Jack Kun will hate
charge under l'owcr ol Attorney of all the
bnilncu and aflalrs of tho firm of Wine Mow
n.. in . . WINO MOW CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1893. 157-3w
TIj&nkggiving r, Xga
C. W. Macfarlane