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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Olo Olson touigbt.
Tho Australia leaves nt i p. m.
Glassware ib W. "y. Dimond's
The Kash wants to clothe
everybody, big and little.
The govornmont baud will play
at Euitna Bquare this afternoon at
OhaB. S. Desky, the real estate
man, leaves on tho Australia this
The Y. M. 0. A. praise servico
Sunday at G.80 p. in. will bo led
by E. Bonuor.
Sharpshooters will elect a cap
tain and two lioutonnuts next
IIhv. Mr. Biruio will preach at
both sorvicos at tho Central Union
Thero will bo tho usual gospol
service at tho Fnluinn chnpol to
morrow evening at 7:30.
AV. 0. "Weedon will collect for
Bi uco Waring & Co. in tho ab
sence of Chas. S. Doslfy.
' Regular band concort at Makeo
Island tomorrow afternoon at 3.
Program in another column.
Eov. Mr. Peck will speak on
"Parental Responsibility" at tho
Methodist church tomorrow even
ing. J. ,T. Day, Q. 0., a Montreal
lawyer, celebrated, his ninety-first
birthday in fairly good health on
An interesting description of
tho forts which protect the ap
proach to Constantinople appears
on the first pago.
Frank Harvey gave a big sup
per and limit at his place at Kali
lii last night. Ho lpaves for tho
Coast on tho Australia.
Consul-General Mills leaves on
a Hying trip to San Francisco to
meet Mrs. Mills, who will return
with him on tho same steamer.
Tho practice gamo of football
between tho First R"gimeut and
Athletic Association teums yester
day afternoon was won by tho
A largo consignment of tho
latest styles of Bird Ciges, at
prices to suit every purse, has jiiRt
been openod at the Pacific Hard
Tho Mibbob Rice havo returned
from San Francisco aud will
reopen their music school on
Boretania street near Alapai next
' Tho regular monthly recaption
on board tho U. S. S. Adams took
place yestorday afternoon. Min
ister AVillis and wife and other
eocioty people wore present.
Rev. James M. Mouroo will
preach at both services at tho
Christian church tomorrow.
Morning topio: "Under Shep
herds;" evening, "Conversion."
Three now members were ad
mitted to tho Scottish Thistlo
Club Inst night. Arrangements
were Bet on foot for getting maga
zines and papers for tho ensuing
The Australian crickotors wore
advertised to play a return match
with tho Philadelphia oloven on
the grounds of the Morion Cricket
Club at Havorford, Pa., October
1st, 2d and 3rd.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. havo
received by tlio Australia two con
signments of picturo moulding
and mat board, and are prepared
to executo orders at lower prices
than over known before in Hono
lulu. Tho engagement between Mr.
"William F. Lucas Stanley, son of
the late Charles Stanley, Commis
sary General in H. B. M. Ord
nance Department, Dublin, and
Miss Juanita F. ODanford, sec
ond daughter of Lady Horron of
thtB city, is announced.
Captain Johnson will take down
a Bhark-hunting expedition in his
eloop, tho Itesouo, to Pearl City
lochB thiB afternoon. Tho names
of tho crow are given as H. M.
Dow, assistant navigator; J. F.
Scott, scientist; Ohoster Doyle,
chemist and mixologist; G. 0.
Allen, chief steward; whilo Mr.
Borgorseu gooB along aB ballast.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
S. AV. "Wilcox, px-shoritr of
Kauai, goes abroad by the Aus
tralia. Thero is a big luau on hand for
this afternoon at Long'a place,
Ah Ngeo was fined 50 by
Judge do la Vargno for having
opium in possession.
A judicial sale of real estate
olpowhoro described will bo hold
by W. S. Luco next Saturday.
Among tho departing passen
gers by tho Australia today aro
S. Roth and Mrs. G. K. Wilder.
During intermissions at tho
"Olo Olson" porformanco tonight
Professor Horgor's orchestra will
play delightful music
Jim Dodd says that although
ho has nouo of tho catoblos which
graco other bar counters, ho still
i carries a Btook of Enterprise beor
No wonder tho City FeedStoro
is going ahead, whon its junior
partner goes to tho Coast to per
sonally select stocks. Harry Juon
leaves by tho Australia.
co.m'Miir, i.M.crib.s iiirruitivs..
IlcKiiltt of tho ArknimiiM anil .llnlno
I'Jcctlnii. In I'ull.
There boing some difference of
opinion among somo of tho poli
ticians about town aB to the exact
results of the recent elections in
Arkansas and Maino, tho Bulle
tin is asked to furnish tho figures:
Little Rock (Ark.), Septombor
17 All of tho seventy-fivo coun
ties in Arkansas havo beon heard
from aud the election returns aro
in. Tho total voto polled on Gov
ernor was 141,120. Two years
ago the total voto on Govornor
was 120,986. In 1891 Clark's
plurality was -18,72-1 and his
majority 22,732. In 1896 Jones'
plurality is 55,553 and his major
Portland (Me.), September 17.
Complete returns from Mon
day's election aro at hand. Tho
total voto is: Powers 83,573,
Frank 31,851. Republican plural
what Tnr.v noru clai;tz.
Continued from 1st Page.
Based upon the present outlook
tho following estimate of Bryan's
majorities in Novomber ib made:
Alabama 60,000, Arkansas 75,000,
California 50,000, Colorado 100,
000, Delaware 10,000, Florida
15,000, Georgia 75,000, Idaho 10,
000, Illinois 45,000, Indiana 50,
000, Iowa 30,000, Kansas 40,000,
Kentucky 35,000, Louisiana 40,
000, Maryland 15,000, Michigan
30,000, Minnesota 35,000, Missis
sippi 50,000, Missouri 60,000,
Montana 15,000, Nebraska 30,000,
Nevada 4000, North Carolina 20,
000, Ohio 25,000, Oregon 10,000,
South Carolina 60,000, South
Dakota 10,000, Tonuosseo. 40,000,
Texas 175,000, Utah 10,000, Vir
ginia 25,000, Washington 15,000,
West Virginia 10,000, Wisconsin
30,000, Wyoming 5000.
These estimates give Mr. Bryan
3G out of 45 States, with 321
Tho above figuros will bo of in
terest whon compared with tho
official returns after tho election,
and Bliould be prosorved for that
Sale of Real Estate I
In pursuauco of un order of the Circuit
Court, of tlio First Circuit Hawailau IhI
nuds, tbo undorsignod will sell nt Public
Auction nt the auction room of W S Luce.
On SATURDAY, October 10, '96,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All of tho following Itonl Estato situate
nt Wnlnnxe, Ouhu, nnd discribod in Royal
Patent 471. Kalenna 2009 to Nakoa as
Apnnn 1 House Lot nnd Agricultural
Land. Commencing nt tbo N W coriior,
nnd running E 1 ill ohas along the bound
nry of Knwninmano, from thence H W,' E
3.41 elms, from thence N 71.J4 W 4 17
elms, nlong tho stro&in, from thence N 33
2 25 chas nlong the boundary of Paupau
to placo of commencement. Containing
nn area of 7.02 sq chas,
Apann 21 Patches nnd Knla Land.
Commouciug at the V corner nnd runmng
N 10- E 2 10 chas alonp the boundary of
Mahi, 8 85- E 00 links: N i4- E 2.42 chas
N 80- ECO links along Konohlki, S yt
El.GOchas, 8 88- W 2.75 chas. to pluco
of commencement containing nn area of
5.55 sq chas. Total nroa 1 317-1000 aoros.
ETiTTonns cash in United States gold
JSTConvoyance nt exponso of puroluiber,
F. W. AIcOIIIShNKY,
AdminiRtrator of tho Estato of M, do la
Siva, deceased. ' 412-(H.
Evening Bullcti" 76eper month.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Where to get it.
Thero are sewrnl remedies for
thirst. Water is nil right, but
how much plca-nntcr is n glass of
our sparkling soda to tho thirsty
palate Ours is un agreeable
romedy. Wo guiiranteo a cure,
not u permanent cure, however
for a dime.
Wo don't leave anything to
chance in preparing our pleasant
thirst remedies. Wo take the ut
most pains with overy detail.
Wo wont skimp on material cither.
Wo uso fresh, ripo strawberries
for our "crushed strawberry."
Tho same with pineapple. De
cayed fruit is never Ubcd for our
fruit flavors. That's one leason
our flavors don't tasto like tho com
mon sort you got nt other places.
Get your thir&t remedies of
Hobron Drug Co.
"Merit talks" tho
intrinsic vnluo of
Merit in medlcino r.icnns the power to
euro. Hood's Sarsapnrilla ponitcsscs actual
nnd unequalled curative power nud tlicro
foro It has truo merit. When you buy
Hood's 8arsaparllla,aud take it according
to direction!), to purify your blood, or
cure any of tho many blood diseases, you
are morally certain to rccolvo benefit.
Tho power to euro Is there. You nro not
trying an experiment. It will mako your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, nnd thus
drlro out tbo germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up tbo whole system.
Sovoro Cnso of Dyspepsia
"I suffered from dyspepsia 20 years. I
had a feeling as though thero was a lump
in my stomach. I did not dare to cat
meat or warm bread, very few vegetables,
for fear of tho great distress food caused
me. I experienced relict right after com
mencing to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. My
appetlto Increased, I gained in general
health and strength. I can cat almost any
thing now without discomfort. Although
I had been an invalid for twenty years, I
can truthfully say that I am better than
for a long tlmo. I never weighed so much
In my life." Mas. Emily F. Bump, 45
Portland Street, Middlcboro, Mass.
! prepared only br C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Hood's Pills ?WoK?yak0'
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
The nmloralgned having boon appointed
Administrator of the Estato of Lahaiun,
Into of Honolulu, Onlni, d;coimed, by order
of the Honorable A. l'erry, Beoonci Judge
of tho Ciroult Court, Fiwt Circuit, horoby
uoliflvs all persons having claims against
Bald estate to presont the satno with
vouchors duly authenticated, if auy oxists,
even though the sumo be socurcd by mort
gngo upon real estate, to him nt his ollice,
No. 210 King street, Honolulu, Oahu,
within six months from tho date hereof, or
such claims will be forover barred, All
persons indebted to said estate are notified
to pay snoh debts to tho undersigned,
A. V. UEAIt,
Administrator enm testameuto aunoxo
of the Estate of Luhatua
Dated Honolulu, Sept 0th, 1890. 403-rit
During the absenco of Chas. S. Desky
from tho Huwaiiaii Inland Mr. Walter 0.
Wcedou is authorized to collect all muuios
due to the firm of lliueo Waring & Co. aud
Chas. B. Deiky and to recoipt for the samo.
BKUOE WAHINQ it CO.,
CHAS. B. DESKY.
OCTOBER 3, 1896.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
WHAT IS HAVTLAND?
A half dozen years ago that
question was frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this make of china has been
sold in the tnenutitno that
evoryono knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just open comprises some of
the nen tost, and at tho same
timo richest patterns ever seen
in Honolulu. Tho selection
was made only after a great
deal of study of Honolulu
SINGLE PIECES SOLD
at tho same rate that wo
sell a dozen and you havo your
choice of patterns. Tho lot
comprises all tho pieces neces
sary to make a complete break-
tust, dinner or tea set. Where
it is preferred wo will make
up a set with tho pattorns
different for each course. This
means Oyster, Soup, Pish,
Roast, Fowl and Dessert
Plates. If you want a set for
ONE COURSE ONLY
wo can fill tho order and
you in ly add to it as your
purse or convenience suits.
We liavn nisi) added to
our lines a lurge invoice of
! WHITE HAVIL AND
f r decorative purposes. In
' this lot wo have pieces for
, tho tablo. Whereby anyone
may decorate in a design suit
ed to their tastes and some
thing that will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thero is a
large assortment ot vases.
fl" Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold the
day it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
has a big corner, in
our hearts. Wo clothed
pnpn whon he. was a kid;
and tho practice of coming
hero with his dnd helped to
mako tho pages of history
that is ropoating itsolf.
Tho littlo follows liko us,
we send thorn homo clothed
as they Bliould bo. Tho big
follow likes us, 'causo
wo do it nt so small
cost. Tho youngsters
feudy for school
have been in our minds
must bo iu our clothes.
I, LEVIN&STON, - - Manager,
Wavcrloy Block, 9 Hotel street
r5 Shirts Made to Order.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange
Bring in your bills, thoy will bo promptly
I attended to, Telephone 059; 1'. O. Box 430.
N. S. SACHS'
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shndes, silk lustre, just tho thing for evening
drossos, only 20 cents n yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, bluck and yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 10 yards nnd gimruntpod to bo purfl
Our White Goods Department
is most complotp, Victoria nnd Persian lnvn, dimities
iu 8tri04 mid i1;u1b, nmiFookp, lnulla, Swiss jmiHliiia,
fancy pltud and Btriped wlnto
At Rock Bottom Prices-!
Fine White Muslin in open work. Hoautlful Patterns,
A groat stock of--- ....
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
DST" Wo expect within ion dayB a great and now stock of
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This iB known to bo tho
iiuest Corset niiido. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. I.UND,
Machinist, HicM and Silver Plating.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
017 AND 019 FORT STREET.
IDT i SONS'
OF EVJOIY DESCRIPTION
In Silk, Satin,
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dissolution, of Copartner
ship The partnership heretofore misting lo
tweou Pang Chun, Chung Leo, Chang Moo
IIow and Loona Nam, under the firm name
of Bay Ilotse ltostanrnut, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, Tlio under
signed huvo bought out the business of the
l.Uo firm and will continue It nt the old
stand on Hotel street under the samo name,
collect all outstanding accounts and pay
all bills duo by tho lato linn. They will
also issuo now meal tickets iu exchaugo for
tho old ones from dato until Saturday next,
CHANG MEE IIOW,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1800. 413-2w
FASHION ' $
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will lenvoat 9:15 a. m,'
nnd 1:45 p. it., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st ClafS 2d Class
Peurl City $ 75 $' 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wnianao 1 50 1 25
French Claret !
Has received a largo' consignment ot
French v Claret v Wine
COT T.x "Miowem." Host Wine in the
To Purchasers of Kewalo
All thono parties havlnj received numbt rs
for lots aro requested to call at our ollice,
where lots can now be selected ind the first
MllUCE WAKING & CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 11), I81W. 412-tl
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