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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Olo Olson" tonight.
H. Hnckfold & Co.'h now build
ing is being stuccood.
Two Chinese trunnts wore lock
ed up yeatordny nftornoou.
Otto Isonborg and family loft
for Kauni yesterday afternoon.
W. 0. Peacock advortises driv
ing voliioles and a good horso for
Notico is given that L. K. Mc
Grow is authorized to ndministor
custom houso oaths.
Tho band will play at Thomas
square this afternoon at '1:30, if
tho weather is clear.
It is not too lato to spouro a re
served seat for this ovoniug's per
formance of Olo Olson.
Honolulu Com tmiulory,Knighlri
Templar, ineeU this oveuing at
tho uaual hour and placo.
Ex Soorotary Whitney's bride
was tho widow of a British army
oDicer and has two little sons.
About 100,000 tons of fish aro
yearly sold by tho salesmen at
Uillingsgato market, London.
Tho Nou-PartiNau party of San
Francisco have ronotmuated Judge
Hebbard for tho Superior Court.
J. 0. Davis, Bohool toaohor at
Haualei, is seriously ill. Doctors
Brown and Woltors havo beon at
Tho Now York Sun advises all
good Democrats to shout for
Palmer and Buckuer but to voto
Mrs. William B. Cobb, sister of
O. H. Eldrodgo of W. G. Irwin &
Co., died in Alameda, California,
Tim f-ntitjiiinnlion of horseflesh
is increasing in Vienna. Last '
year the residents of that city ate
nearly 20,000 horaos.
Proofs of tho new issue of For
eign Office Stamps, of which tho
Bulletin gavo notico some timo
ago, have beon received at tho
Ex detective Wagner vrna ar-
N rested this morning for an alleged
ii -i ? .1.-
. nsBauu on a umneae, wuu huuubus
.the ex-sleuth of striking him over
4 A,m: uuau wiiii uiuu
llirt linn1 tlilt n tttlll
Owine to tho absonco of Attor
ney General Smith aud other good
and sufiioiont reasons, there was
no meeting of the Board of
Health or Education yesterday.
There will bo no mail steamer
from San Francisco until the ar-
rival of tho Mariposa on tho 22d.
Tho Miowora will bo
Vancouver on tho lGth,
dayB' later dispatches.
Tho very latest as regards sad
dlery is couBtantly on hand at
Ohas. Hammer's new establish
ment, 229 King street, also tho
vory bo-t repairing done. Tele
phone C82. P. O. Box 393.
Tho Young Hawaiiaus Insti
tute havo rehearsal of ualivo
songs three aftornoons a weok at
4 o'clock. This iB ono of tho
aftornoons and anyone who en
joys native music may attend.
A majority of tho stock of tho
Star Newspnpor Association was
present at the meeting yesterday
nftomoon but no busrinoss
done, a motion to ndjourn tho
meeting to December prevailing.
Mr, Eowo is painting tho inter
ior projections of tho Opera
' House. It-is hoped to havo tho
place ready for opening early in
November. An order for tho
draperies will go forward by tho
6teamor Peru duo from Yokohama
Tho ladies turnod out in full
fdico at tho opening of tho tennis
season at tho grounds of tho Pa
cific Tounis Club yesterday after
noon. Miss Bollo Cartor, Mrs.
H. Gunn, Miss Pauahi Judd and
Miss Mao Atkinson did tho hon
ors. A numbor of prominent so
ciety pooplo were present.
Murdor will out and so with
good toa, there's no keeping it a
socret, for just as Boon as MrB.
So-and-So discovors good tea she
tolls nil other Madamea So-and-So,
and thoy all mako a bee lino
for tho Palama Grocery, whore the
Celebrated Salvation Army Brand
of Toa is sold. n. uannon, soio
agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
DRIFTED SNOW, FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Secure a season ticket for tho
Tho Pacific Hard waro Company
displays a lmmlsomo Model of the
yacht meteor in ouo of its show
Tho caso of Gotanda Jinzu. tho
Japancso accused of smuggling
about 8G00 worth of silk coods
into thiBcountry, was called in tho I
police court and went over to tho
13th. Tho man was released on
, bail last ovoning.
' Arrests made today other than
thoso mentioned elsowhero aro J.
0.' Gall for jissault and battery on
Antono Gomes, F. Moyors for
adultery, Quong Lain Sang for
tho larceny of a lot of towole, and
i a nativo who is held for investiga
tion until Detective Knapa gets
through with him.
Tint I'roulilc mi 11k, I rixip.
nn. .. e ii. i.:.. rn
XUU UIBW UL II1U HIIHJ JL1UUII, I
who aro confined in tho station ,
house awaiting tho nction of tho j
British Yico consul, still insist on
having tho second mate pro3e- I
eutod tor shooting one ot tuoir
numbor. Tlie captain of tho ves
sel paid them a visit this morning
nnd thoy told him they had no
complaint to mako against their
treatmont by him or his chief
officer. They stated their wil
linaness to return to duty and
mako tho voyago to Now York
provided tho second mato was
mndo an oxamplo of. It is more
than likely that an arrangemeut
will bo mndo this nftomoon by
which both tho second mato aud
cook will be loft behind, thus per
mitting tho vessel to sail tomor
row. Since tho above was in type it
has boeu docidod to discharge tho
Bocond mate. Tho old crow will
bo sent aboard tho ship in tho
morning and the vessel will then
be towed out to sea. Sho will Ho
oil Waikiki until Saturday, when
she will sail for New York. In
tho meantimo a now second mato
aud three oxtra hands will be
A C'ma for IiivcMIiUIoii.
A Ohineso who claims to be tho
guardian of a littlo sovou or eight
years old girl wns arrested this
morning for failuro to send the
girl to school, but ttfterwnrds re
leased on bail. At tho timo of his
release ho claimed tho girl was
fifteen years of ago, which was a
palpablo he, as tho child cannot bo
much over half that aco. Tho
. child's bauds were hard and hor
J ny from hard work. Tho police
say that the old mau who claims
to ho tho guardian or the girl
bought her outright nnd uses
her as a slavo until sho gots old
enough for something worso.
IUMiiilirtil Mclilt ut llio Anchor.
Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during business hour?, or
in the ovoning, is immediately
charmed by tho handsome array
of gamo birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which docor
utes the bar. Thoy aro all stuffed
as you will bo, with rich, nourish
ing boer, cold and clear, nud with
tho palatable viands of tho lunch
fnnntnr. 'Plin Kont.Hn linnr finn
, winea aml ijquora nro Qf the best
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quality and always freBh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign-'
mont and Mr. Cunningham uses
evory idea winch his massive brain
suggests, to ploaso his patrons.
Tho Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon in town. 1 and 3 King
King Bros, latest consignment
of picturo frames has taken the
town by storm. The designs are
ologant, up-to-dato and of tho
1 Double Seated Fami
1 Large Black Horse,
sound and gentle, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
Notice is hereby given that I, tho under
signed, biw this duy glvon a full power of
attorney to Mr. Au Con Ohoo, of Kapao,
Ihlaud of Kauai, who will act for mo
during my absence from tho Islands.
Dated at llanalei, Kauai, Aur. 31st, 180C.
Highest of nil in Leavouing Power. Lnlest U. S. Gov't Eoport.
(I'rIe ad urilten by Honolulu Istly
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is n fact.
For does not Antony udvico
hur to mount it and sswk
Cie&ur when ho says:
"Of Ciusur seek your honor,
with your safety."
Tho bicycle is not a fad of
the hour. It will live us
long in tho future as wo
date from Cleopatra's time
in the past.
It is too useful an article
to bo thrown nsido. If
you do not ride biniply
because you do not hnvo
to go to an oflico down
town every day, you
should know that you
are mis&ing half tho
pleasure of lifo, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or evening, out
under the open sky.
Try it on a
r. w. noiiKo.v.
mrr John Noll's.
Blood is essential to perfect health. This
is a scientific (act. Every organ, nervo
and muscle must bo fed and nourished.
It is tho (unction o( tho blood to furnish
this nourishment, aud the quality of
nourishment these organs reccivo depends
on tho quality of tho blood. I f tho blood is
Puro and full ot vitality it will properly
toed and support tho whole mechanism
of tho body. If it is poor and thin
j dlscaso and Buffering will bo inevitable.
I Tho great success of IIood'H Barsaparilla
I in curing stubborn cases ot scrofula,
j cczoma, rheumatism, neuralgia and
1 many other similar troubles, Is based
upon its power to enrich and purify tho
This is also tho reason for tho great popu
larity of Hood's Barsaparilla as a building
up medicine By making pure, rich blood,
it gives vigor and vitality even in try
ing seasons, when, owing to impover
ished blood, thousands aro complaining of
weakness aud weariness, lack of energy
and ambition, and that tired feeling.
Ii the belt In fact tho One True Mood rurlfler.
u ,, r-,... euro J.lvcr Ills; easy to
nOOU S HlllS hike, easy to operate. V5c.
Hobroa Drug Co.. Agents.
Grand Fall Opening !
FOR 3 DAYS
Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
October S.h, 0th aud 10th.
I will Exhibit no
Large Iteceut Iiupor-
Hats, Bonnets, Toques
Aud all the
Intest Novelties I
Also, a Fine Lino ot
Persian and Dresden
OitaANDiE SmitT Waists
Tho Lntest Novelty is tho
10 to 1 Sailor I-Iat !
426 3t iiCO Hotkl Btiieet
Evening Bullet iv 75c per month.
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J. T. WATERHOUSE
WHAT IS HAVILAND?
'A half dozen years ago that
question was frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this make of china has been
sold in tho meantime that
everyone knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just open comprises some of
tho neatest, and nt tho same
time richest patterns over seen
in Honolulu. Tho selection
was mado only after a great
deal of study of Honolulu
SINGLE PIECES SOLD
at the samo rate that wo
sell a dozen and you have your
choice of patterns. Tho lot
comprises all tho pieces neces
sary to make a complete break
fast, dinner or tea set. Where
it is preferred wo will make
up a sot with tho patterns
different for each course. This
means Oyster, Soup, Pish,
Roast, Powl and Dessert
Plates. If you want a set for
ONE COURSE ONLY
wo can fill tho ordor and
you ni'iy add to it as your
purse or convenience suits.
We hnvA also added to
our linos a lurgo invoico of
for decorativo purposes. In
this lot wo havo pieces for
the table. Whereby anyone
may decorate in a design suit
ed to their tastes and some
thing thot will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thero is a
largo assortment of vases.
jJnT Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold tho
day it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Sale of Real Estate I
In imrsimnco of on ordor of the. Circuit
Court, of the First Cirouit Hawaiian Isl
nu 1h, the undcr&ignoil will hell at Fublio
Auction at tho miction room of V S Luce.
Ou SATURDAY, October 10, '96,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
All of tho following Ileal Estate situato
nt Wnianxe, Onhu, and discrilied in Iloyal
Patent 471. Kulcana 2099 to Nakoa as
Apana 1 Houso Lot and Agricultural
Land. Commencing at the N W cornor,
and running E 1.91 ohas along the bound,
ary of Kawaiamano, from tbenco S IS1,- E
3.41 ohas, from thonco N 71.- W 4 17
ohas, along tho stream, from theuoo N 33
E 2 25 chas nloug tho boundary of Pnupau
to placo ot commencement. Containing
an area of 7.C2 bci chas.
Apana 2 1 Patches and Kuia Land.
Commencing at the W corner and runnin
N 10- E 2 1G elms along the
Mahi, 8 8fi' E 00 links: N 5:4- E 2.12 ohas
N 89- EGO links aloog Konohiki. HUM'
E 1.G0 chas, S 83- W 2.75 chas. to place
of cotnmoncemcut containing au area of
5.65 sq chas. Total area 1 317-1000 acres.
E3TTenns cash in United States gold
3TConvoyance at expense of purchaser.
F. W. McOHEbNEY,
Administrator of tho Estate of II. do la
SWa, deceased. 412-Gt.
Hotel Street- Shaving Parlor,
Three Chairs. First-class Work.
nair Cutting 15 o.
Shaving 15 o.
Hotel street opposite liotliol.
ak XF $Y &$lwrm
520 Fort Stawt.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
October Gfch, 7lh nnd
FINE SELECTION OF IMPORTED
Millinery Novelties !
ft3F Ladies ore cordially invited t,n pnll
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Fine Whito Muslin in rpmvrnrk.
A groat stock of
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BS3T Wo expect within ion dnys a great nnd now stock o
D A CJOKSESTS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mndo. . .
Brass Signs and
J. T. I,UX,
Machinist, Nickel and Silver Plating,
017 AND C19
OK KVEKY DESCnirXION'
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Typewriter, Copyist, Transla
tor (English nnd Hnwniinn)
P- Office with W. R. OA8TLE. 425-tf
Notico is horoby given that I will not le
responsible for any debts contracted by my
wife. V. E. PANGELINAN.
Pciiutlful P Uterus,
Kd. I XG II A HI,
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty.
It" Will bo Ropentod "a
Tickets, Si, 75c. and 50c.
BSk. Snlo o
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Noxt to tho Woman's Exchange.
Bring in your billn, thoy will bo promptly
attended to. Telephone C.'O; P. O. Bos 430.
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