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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar 3J, no change.
Tho band will play at the Ha
waiian hotel tonight.
One Ohiuainan was arrested for
-vagrnncy and another for opium
A. J. Ludwigsen, of the Elito,
and his young son returned homo
by tho Alameda.
An offer to bet $1000 that Bry
an will not carry a single county
in New York State finds no takers.
Tho Examiner's transcontinent
al relay bicyclo raco was made in
13 duyBf 2!) minutes and -1 1-5 sec
onds. James Stoiuor recoivcd a cata
logue this morning addressed
"liurt & Co., Honolulu, Ouhu,
James Campbell and faiuily
and Cecil Brown aro expected
homo by the Australia, duo noxt
United Stales Consul Qonoril
Boll is returning by tho Alameda
to his post at Sydney, whoro
he is highly popular.
Arrangements aro being mndo
to send a man East in th') inter
est of holders of noted signed by
MrB. Julion D. Hayne.
Tho French man-of-war Duguay
Trouin is on her way from Tahiti
to this port, aud may bo oxpocted
about tho end of tho month.
Four firemen on tho Warrimoo,
who wore prostrated by tho heat
on tho trip up, wore replaced by
four now men from this port.
Ex-Governor Cleghorn's card,
enclosed with newspaper cuttings,
comes from Dreghorn Castlo,
Colinlon, Midlothian, Scotland.
Chairman Hackott of the Re
publican State Committee of Now
York estimates that McKinloy's
majority in that State will bo
There woro five big ocean
steamers in tho hurbor this morn
ing, but in a year or two more it
will bo nothing out of tho way to
bgo doublo that number.
"Tho morning paper is badly off
y in assorting that Deputy-Marshal
Hitchcock will be tho new Sheriff
of Kauai. Tho now appointeo
will be L. M. Baldwin of Maui.
John It. Gentry paced the fast
est mile over made on any track
on September 10th at Glous Falls,
N. Y. Ho beat Star Poiutor only
a fow inches for a. S5000 purse in
F. J. Testa was arrested this
morning for aBBault and battery
on complaiut of one of his com
positors. He was allowed to go
on his own recognizance to appear
for trial when wanted.
It. D. Walbridge, formerly
manager of Wailuku Plantation
and a member of tho House of
Nobles for Maui, arrived by tho
Alameda with Mrs. Walbridgo
and her Bister, Miss Parke.
There waB little business done
in the police court this morning.
Two uativos woro fined S10 each
for gambliug, auother SG for au
assault, and a wahino named Maka
ViSlO for using vulgar language.
Dr. Kim Eca da Silva, tho only
Chinese woman graduate of au
American medical college, Ice
turod in San Francisco lately bo
foro a Christian Endeavor Society.
She was in Honolulu soma time
ago with her husband, who is a
Spaniard, but did not like this
In conBequenceof tho iuoreaBod
volumo of business with Hong
kong tho Yokohama Specie Bank,
who have hitherto boon doing
their Hongkong business through
their correspondents, tho Banque
do 1' Indo-Oheno, havo opened
their own branch thoro on tho 1st
inst., tho manager being Mr. N.
Nabekura, late of San Fran
cisco. Sonhor A. do Souza Canavarro,
tho PortugueBO Commissioner,
was arrested by Patrolman Frank
Howitt for riding a bicyole with
out a light. Tho patrolman had
orders to arrest every wheelman
without a light and did not know
that foreign representatives woro
exempt. Mr. Canavarro was re
leased by a telephone ordor from
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Aih Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
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x acme luiu biouk ih tjuuieu in
275 on tho stroet.
E. A. Mott Smith and wife woro
otnong tho passengers by tho
AV. S. Luce will sell Portland '
cement at Nuuanu stroot wharf at
Curator "NV. T. Brigham has re
turned from his tour of tho globo
in tho interests of tho Bishop
Museum and Aquarium.
Nothing dofinito has boon hoard
from P. (3. Jones about his finan
cial mission to Now York, furthor
than that tho political excitement
at presout forbids tho attention of
capitalists to Hawaii's conversion
James McCandloss, who has
been in San Francisco as a wit
ness in tho "Winthrop case, has
gono to Pennsylvania. In 1893
ho invested $2000 in soino oil nro-
I porty in that state Bccont do-
I vn nnmnnfj nm cnifl in linvn rrtnrln
tho property worth in tho neigh
borhood of S35.000.
Fred Harrison was mado happy
by tho arrival of the Alameda,
convoying to him tho nows of tho
arrival of auother daughtor. Fred
is somewhat worried as to the na
tionality of tho child. A guessing
contest might bo started to find
out whothor tho girl is an Amer
ican or a Hawaiian.
An extra of tho Daily Report,
issued tho day tho Alameda sailed,
sayB a dispatch from Washington
has been recoivcd in London,
stating that tho United States
would co-oporato with Groat
Britain in forcing tho DardanolleB.
British ships would forco tho
passago and do the fighting, while
tho American Bhips would follow
in their wake and preserve ordor.
Shortly beforo midnight last
night Mrs. "Willis, wife of tho
Bishop, was awakened by some
one touching her. Sho saw a man
in the room and Bcreamed. The
man niadn for tho door, jumped
on his wheel and rodo off down
tho lauo. Her calls for help woro
hoard by somo gentlemen who
had boon visiting at tho house of
A. T. Atkinson. Thoy stopped
tho man and pulled him off his
wheel, but ho escaped aud made
for tho brush along tho Nuuanu
stroom, in which ho disappeared,
leaving his wheel behind. Tho
wheel was a Model "D" Tribune
No. 6980. Marshal Brown has
boen investigating the case this
morning. It is considered certain
tho wheel will load to tho burglar's
Since tho above was in typo tho
polico havo arrested George Clark,
tho owuor of tho bicyclo, and ho is
now behind the bars charged with
being found unlawfully on tho
promises of another. Clark is
woll-known as tho pitchor of tho
Honolulu baseball team, and is
employed by Hoffschlaegor & Co.
Tlio I'roo KtiKlorBHrteii.
All tho Kindergarten, are busily
engaged in work and play, oven
tho Japanese Kindergarten, tho
director of which has not yet
come, so Miss Lawrence is obliged
to conduct it in addition to nor
other work. Miss Kollogg of Ber
keley, California, is ongagod to
tako charge of it. Sho was ex
pected ou tho Alameda but did
Tho many members of Miss
Lawrence's training class report
delightful sessions and visible
progress. Any desiring to join
tho clasB this year should apply
Subscribers to tho Froo Kindor-
f;arten Association aro invited to
ook ovor their accounts, and give
oven more generously this now
year that is juBt opening. Tho
Bmallost sums are welcome, and
largo onos bIbo aro oxpocted now
that dividonds are all declared.
A Million Hold DollnrH
Would not bring happiness to tlio person
sullcrlnt; with dyspepatn, but Hood's tiaisn
parllla lifts cured ninny thousands of cases of
this disease. It tones the stomach, regulates
tliu bowels vnd puts all tlio machinery of the
sj stein In food working order. It creates a
good appotltu and glvio health, strength und
Hoods Pills act harmoniously with
Hood's Snrsapnrllla. Cure all liver ills, i!5
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned from liis vacation on Ha
waii and has reopened his classes
in Drawing and Painting. Private
pupils given instruction in special
linos. ChssDays: Tuesdays und
Thursdays. Studio, 115 Hotel
Highest of all in Loavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
Si mTlr jftassa
t'rtte nd written by Honolulu lady
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fuot.
For does not Antony ndvico
her to mount it and seek
Ctusnr when ho says:
"Of Ctesur scok your honor,
with your safety."
The bicyclo is not a fad of
tho hour. It will livo as
long in tho future as wo
date from Cleopatra's timo
in tho past.
It is too useful an article
to bo thrown aside. If
you do not rido simply
because you do not havo
to go to an ollico down
town ovory day, you
should know that you
aro missing half tho
pleasure of life, which
is in a spin, in tlio early
morning or evening, out
under tho open sky.
Try it on a
T. W. IIOIIRON.
over J (mil Null's,
IICIMI JYXAtIlli: 1'I.OT.
Mirny ArrculN Dim Ciiilriw-y to IIlow
P. J. P. Tynan ia un.dor
arrest at Boulogne, Franco, for
being a ringleader in a dynamite
conspiracy to blow up tho resi
dence of Queen Victoria at Bal
moral whilo tho Czar was hor guest.
Kearney and Haines, accom
plices in tho plot, aro imprisoned
in Rotterdam, Holland.
Edward Bell, au American, was
arrested at Glasgow. It is said
his real namo is Ivory.
Tynan posod as the "No. 1" of
tho Phconix park murders in Dub
lin about fourteen years ago. It
is discussed whether he cannot be
extradited for that crimo if not
for tho dynamite conspiracy.
Tho Chronicle's Paris corres
pondent says: "The fact that
Tynan fought against Germauy in
1870 is likely to weigh in his fav
or with tho Fronch authorities."
Other arrests have been mado
aud a Brussels dispatch declares
that onough material has been
seized at tho resort of tho suspects
arroBted at Antworp to manufac
ture half a ton of dynamite.
Tho Now York Jourual'B Lon
don cable says: I am informed
by nn intelligent English journal
ist, who has been studying tho
news nt first hand among tho de
tectives, that Tynan had no plot
at all, but ho and his accomplices
woro sont ovor by tho "physical
forco party" in Now York to do
something in repayment for tho
monoy it ib collecting.
After tho mou reached Europe
thoy took a house in tho suburbs
of Antwerp and manufactured
bombs, but without any definito
idea what thoy wore to do with
them. Tho plot was to bo matured
after other men had boon em
ployed. Iunding theniBolvos shadowed
from tho instant they loft Now
York, Tynan and his allies bo
camo afraid and exposed tho
wholo business to tho English
polico. After Tynan had decided
to "poach" ho took to drinking
heavily, aud boasted at various
times that ho was going to blow
up tho Czar and Queen or Marl
borough House, just as the humor
The "Now Ideal" Sewing Ma
chino Bold by the Pacific Hard
ware Co. is warranted for fivo
yoars. It takes tho samo shuttle,
needlo tako up,bob'oin winder and
has tho samo feed as tho "Now
Homo." Tho Pacific Hardwaro
SEPTEMBER 24, 1896.
MUST UK 1'AIU IH UULD.
Action to Ito Tulirn Iv ilia Cuiinillan
Chioaoo, September 15. A
spocinl to tho Tiraoa-Horald from
Ottawa, Ontario, says: In tho
Senato last night Sir Oliver
Mowatt promtsod on bohnlf of the
Government, in ovout of tho
Silver party being dominant in
tho next Presidential elootion in
tho United Stotos, Gunu.lian
policy hnhh-rs in American com
panies will bo protected by com
pelling tho pnymont of such
policies in gold, and to tlmt
ofi'ect legislation would at onco bo
onnotod if npcossary.
Tho amount of lifo policios
held in Atnorican companies in
Canada is $96,000 000; in firo
companies, 5100,000,000, and iu
inlnnd raariuo companies, 91.250,
000. As a security of payment
iu gold by Amorican compnnios
tlm Government has a lien ou
17,000,000 of assets belonging to
such companies, hold and in
vested by them in Canada, Sev
eral American companies havo
oousonttd to indorso thoir policies
paynblo in gold, while othor com
panies havo refuaod and will
light tlio question.
Auction Sales by IP. S. Lxtcc.
By W. S. LUCE, Auctioneer.
TO-MORROW, Sept. 25th,
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I slinll hcII at the reunion ce of Mrs, MoMil
lnn, School Ktreet,west of Nunnuu ave
tho entire handsome household furni
ture, consisting of
HANDSOME OAK PARLOR
B.W. M.T. Centor Trthle, Pictures, Irish
Lnco Curtnius, Rues, Portiers, Chan
di'liern, Extension Dining Tablo, Eng
lish U.W. Book Caso with Tilo faciuus,
a fine Library, cry handsome-
CARVED OAK BEDROOM SET
and Wardrobe, Sofas, Glassware, Crockery,
Stove (nearly now), Kitchen utensils,
oto , etc.
fjfiT- Please tako sot ice that tho snlo
will bo at 0 n. m. and that sama should be
well nttouded owing to tho excellence of tho
W. S. LUCE,
I shall soil nt Public- Auction, at Nuunnu
TO-MORROW, Sopt, 25th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
500 Barrels White Bros.'
In porfect condition and juRt to Land ox
British hark "Lados."
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
W. S. LUCE,
Saturday, Sept. 26, 1896
Gash: Called at 3:80 v. m.
.Admission, - 25c.
N. S. SACHS'
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dblicato suncles, silk lustro, just tho thing (or ovoning
drossos, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, blaok and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n pioce, containing 1G yards und guaranteed to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comp'oto, Victoria nnd Per-omi liwn, di initios
iu stripe nnd plaids, utiuookH, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and striped white goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
Fine White Muslin iu openwork. DoiutKul Patterns,
A great tock of ....
. Valenciennes Laces .
: . "edging and insertion to hatch . .
8 Wo expect within ion days a great and now stock o
D & CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. I.UM.
Machinist. Nickel and Silycr Plating.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
017 AND 019 FOKT STREET.
CELEBRATION BY SONS
o St. GEOitaE and British Sub
jects and friends generally, in
honor of tho fact that Quoon Vic
toria has been so privileged, that,
sho has reigned over the British
Enipiro longer than any of Her
BALL - and - SOCIAL
Indopondonco Hall, King
Soptombor 25, 189G.
Grand March promptly
at 8 p. m.
Tickets to admit Gentleman and
Ladies, $1.00; to be had at tho
News Stores and tho Golden Rule
B" All cars will run on quar
ter hour sorvico after: 7 p. m. and
Busses will re tun in to the lust.
Eiliciont Committees havo
chargo of all arrangomonts in
BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
I linreliy give notice that I have re
signoil the Genornl Agency of the Ger
mania Life Iinturauco Co. of Now York for
tlio llawniian Manila, and hIiuII not bo
renpoiiHiblo for nny representations iu re
uard to its bun'net3 lioio mado by others.
O. D. OIIASK.
nonolulu, Sept 15, 1800. 412-Ot.
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. m,
and 1:45 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M. .
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:.
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao 1 50 1 25
Puimui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Flan and 10 Percent
Discount for Cmli.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or W. O. ACM, Heal Estate Uroker.
September 21, 1600. 412-U
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All tliofic pnrtlcs having received numbers
for lots are rcqia'dted to call at our olliie,
where lots can now be sck-cttil tml tlie tirot
1IHUCK WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, Iti'JO. 412-tf
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