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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Local innttor on tho oiyhth pngo.
Mrs. W. M. Giffard returned ou
J. S. MoCandless is homo again,
having arrived tljis morning.
Interesting telegraphic nnd
locnl nowfl ou tho iusido pnges.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Joucs aro
Bnondiui? a fnw dnvn nt Wfiiknnn.
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Minister nnd Mrs. Coopor enter
tained a number of friends last
Secretary Wilcox of tho 13onrd
of Health is ngain under tho
Saturday's baseball gome be
tween tho Stars and Wailukus is
The baud will play at tho baso
ball gatno on Saturday, instead of
J. Hotiug, wife nnd son, woro
among tho returning pnBsengors
on ttio Australia.
Regimental parado and review
this evening at 7:30, in honor of
Among tho through passengers
for Auckland on tho Mariposa is
Hon. J. M. Dargavillo, M. 1
Consul-Goneral and Mrs. Ellio
Mills did not r.nmn on llir Afuri-
pftsa. Tliey waited for tho Aus
. Y Tip Mariposa brought thirteon
-VSv rmsaoncers for this nort. ouo for
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T eC$V Companion B.. 1).. O.
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aro hovorally notified in this paper
to report at tuo drill shed at 7:30
this evening for parade.
In tho first gamo of tho Califor
nia football soason botweon Stan
ford University and tho Olympic
club, neither sido scoioil.
A young San Francisco boy
named Asch while "scorching" ou
Iii'b wheel ran into a lamp-post
and split his skull open, djing
The Ocoanic St' amship Co. has
adopted a now style of pnssonger
list iu tho shape of a foldor, which
contains ou its iusido pages maps
of Australia nnd Hawaii and n
picture of tho volcano.
Tho following ladies will ro
ciove at the Myrtle Boat Club
danco tomorrow evening: Mrs.
M. 0. Monsarrat, Mrs. F. A.
Schaefor, Mrs. It. D. Walbridga
and Mrs. E. P. Bishop.
It. P. Rithet of Victoria, mem
ber of tho British Columbia Par
liament, and nu old and wealthy
resident of Vancouver Island, was
nt tho Palnco hotel, San Francisco,
tho second week of Octobor.
Among tho Mnriposa's through
passengers is Mrs. Nettie Coke, a
lady lawyer of Fresno, California,
who is ou hor way to Johannes
burg, South Africa, with tho in
tention of opening a law ollico
The managers of tho Baldwin
aud California theaters of San
Frnncisco havo started in on a
crusnde against theater lints. Thoy
. aro forbidden in both places. It
would bo ns well to inaugurate
tho local, thoater with a similar
i LowiB & Co. received, por S. S.
Mariposa this morning, tho fol
lowing dolicaoies from tho coast:
Eastern frozen Oysters, in cans,
Fresh California Solo aud Striped
Bass, Frankfurters; Celery, Cauli
flower, Turnips, Itod Cabbage.
Horso Radish, ' Grapos, Poaches,
Apples, Lemons, Limes and
Toraales; Smoked Salmon, etc.,
etc. Only a small consignment
came down, bo it is bost to call
If you think it's only good tea
and coffee that wo aro selling, n
call will convinco you that tho
Pnlnma Grocery is a woll appoint
ed store, stocked with tho most
approved brands of goods; and if
tho gratuitous testimonies of its
patrons are true, thoy havo saved
considerable, since thoy commenc
ed to deal with us. Tho proof of
tho pudding, etc. Palama Gro
cory, opposito Railway Depot.
Tol. 755 every time.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO.; Sole Agents.
Sugar ) cents no change since
Y. M. C. A. reception tonight
at 8 o'clock.
Ex-Judgo Coopor is oue of tho
active counsel in tho Hamnkna
Citizens' Guards Certificates
can bo framed ot King .Bros, for
from 25 cents up.
A native man and his boy wore
iStafe ' " i
Ah Ohoong was fined $25 in tho
police court this morning for hav
ing chefa tickets in his possession.
Tho charges of houso-broaking
and embezzlement against Hawa
ne nnd Kapola havo been nolle
This morning Chun Hook plead
ed guilty of opium in possession
and was sent across tho reef for
I Wm, Wale, owner of tho Con
tral House, is in town. Mrs.
Walewill lease or sell the above
promises to desirnble parlies.
Eolikoli, who was convicted on
September 21st of selliug liquor
! without a license, was brought up
i for sontenco today and fined 8100.
i. ii tt I - , d-t ill.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Judgo do la Vorguo decided
tho Houghtailiug liquor case by
finding tho defendant not guilty
and ordoring his discharge.
Tho Mariposa's through pas
sengers havo boon putting in tho
day visiting tho Bishop Museum,
uovernment mniumgs, i'unahou
college and other places of in
terest. One of tho Mariposa's passen
gers Mas taken with a fainting
lit at E. O. Hall's corner this
morning. Ho was put in a hack
and taken to tho steamor by his
It is likely that tho Foreign
Office bargo will bo lauuchcd
about two o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Thoro will be some official
display on tho occasion and a
trial trip of tho bargo.
Glaus Spreckels. president of
tho San Joaquin Valley aud Sau j
Frauoisco Railroad, was accorded j
n tremendous ovntion during tho
celebration of tho entry of tho
rontt into l resuo.
Rev. J. M. Monroo nunounccd
to the Christinn church on Sun
day that two missionaries of that
body would bo on board tho
steamer Tacoma which wns to
leave Tacoma ou tho lGth for Jap
an via Honolulu.
Tho birth of a daughter to Mrs. F. i
K. O. Gibbons was a portion of tho I
, nows Drought by tho Mariposa.
, A. T. Atkinson received a tolegram :
I from Southsea, Enoland. annouu-!
cing the event, which took place
on tno ntu ot Uctobor.
I Tho Gonzales Sistors, who havo
been touring, tho islands for some
! months, will give a farewell bouc
i lit at Independence park Satur
day, Oct 31. Aftor this last por
formanco tho family will leave
immediately for Australia.
M. Brnsch received a letter this
morning from Lieutenant Gib
bous who was hero on H. M. S.
Champion somo timo ago and is
wellknown in Honolulu society.
Tho Lieutenant is now on the H.
M.S. Fox on tho Capo of Good
R. 0. Jayosuriya has just open
ed his storo at 87 King street,
near Fort, where ho displays n
fine Jino of procious stones, silver
and gold ornaments, ladies' bolt
bucklos, and tho ouly genuine
hand made Coylon lacos over
offered in Honolulu.
Among the arrests mado today
woro thoso of a Portuguese boy
named Antono Louis for truancy,
Tai On for opium in possession,
and Ah Kin for investigation.
Tho latter whon searched was
found to havo an ugly looking
knifo about a yard long concealed
on his person.
llrlNlmne Meit Export mid Aifeucy Co
This company is located in
Brisbano, Queensland, Australia.
Geo. B. Hoppor and.Edw. Tumor
formerly with Nelson Morris &
Co. of Chicago, are on their way
to Brisbano to manage tho pro
sorving departments of tho Bris
bane Meat Export and Agenoy
Co., who have works at Brisbano
and Townsvillo, Queensland.
These gentlemen aro oxports in
their special lino and during their
stay in Honolulu aro boiug bIiowii
tho city by some mombors of tho
EVENING 13CLLETIS, OCTOBER
'!' rwnirt mmuw
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lntest U. S. Gov't Koport.
Prlie ad written liy Honolulu lady
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fuct.
For does not Antony ndvico
her to mount, it and seek
Crostir whon ho says:
"Of Ciesar seok your honor,
with your safety."
Tho bicyclo is not a fad of
the hour. It will live ns
long in tho future ns wo
date from Cleopatra's time
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in tho past
- - 10 ,luu usuim
I -m r w " n
you do not rido simply
because you do not havo
to go to an ofiico down
town every day, you
should know that you
are missing half the
pleasure of life, which
is in a spin, in tho curly
morning or evening, out
under the open sky.
Try it on n
over John Nolt'i.
Last and all tho timo Hood's Sarsaparilla
has been advertised as a blood purifier.
j Tho great cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla
hnvo been accomplished through purified
I blood. Scrofula, salt rheum, eczema,
' rheumatism, neuralgia, yield to Hood's
Sarsaparilla, because- it eradicates tho
Vestige of thoso Impurities which havo
Dcen developing, poruaps for years, In
tbo hloa' Uood'B Sarsaparilla cures
"to by loedtaff tho nerves upon
E5 cureh" "a rKESJE
manently cures when all other tncdlcinos
fall, because- Hood's Sarsaparilla
Strikes at tho root ot tho disease, which
Is In tho blood. Thousands testify that
they have been absolutely cured of blood
diseases by Hood's Sarsaparilla, although
thoy had bocomo discouraged by tho fail
uro ot other medicines to givo any relief.
No other medlcino has such a record ot
cures as Hood's Sarsaparilla, becauso
It t!i bit In fact the One True Mood Purifier,
u.-.i). r;n- am tho only Pills to take
tlOOaS I-MIIS with Hood's Barsanarllta
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Surveyor's '-:- ktaiciils
WOJEt BALE !
A number of Second-hand Sur
veyor's Instruments,. as Dumpy
Level, Theodolites, Planimotor,
Compass, Altimeter, Eulo Brass,
etc., all in good order, aro offered
for sale at roasonablo prioos.
B Apply to
H. HACKFELD& CO.
43 1-1 w
Unfurnished Hoouib, consisting of larro
sitting room, 2 bedrooms, dining room,
small kitchen nnd bath. Also 0 foot vo
raiula on threo sides, lteut cheap to suit
nblo party. Apply to
N. P. BURGESS,
38. 438 1'uuchbowl street.
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T1IK AUNrilAI.IAN CKICKETKKN.
l'nt In the Out TMiirr In the .Nlehti
of the City.
Among tho through passengers
on tho Mariposa today aro the
celobrated Australian cricket
team, composed of tho following
great wioldors of bat and ball:
G H S Trott (captain), H
Trumblo, G Giffon, S E Grogory,
0 J Eady, 0 Hill, A E Johns, H
Graham, J J Kelly, E Jones, It.
McKibbin, H Dounan, F A
Iredalo, J Darlinc and H Mus-
; grovo (manager).
j Owing to tho uncertainty of
, their arrival and other good and
Biilliciont reasons tho local crick
eters mado no eiToit at a recop
tion, although somo of tho local
men wero in favor of it.
Tho visiting cricketers put in
tho day in sight seeing and seem
ed to enjoy tho day's run ashore.
In Snn Francisco thoy woro
ontortained by tho St. George's
club aud tho Cricket Association
and had a fiuo timo. A two days'
match was arranged at tho Presi
dio grounds betweou tho Austra
lian eleven and an eighteen from
the California clubs. In tho first
day's play the Australians wero
disposed of for 193 runs, while tho
CaliforuiauB mado twonty with
the loss of six wickets.
Gns Schumann has on display
a number of very handsomo vehi
cles. Ono which attracts special
attention is a stvlish business and
pleasure vehicle combined, for
sale at a figuro within ovoryono's
reach. These conveyances aro all
' on exhibition at tho Club Stables,
, 51b Fort street. Thoro is also a
I quantity of fine, durable harness
of tho best makes, lap robes and
For Lease or Sale.
The Central House ou Alakea street,
noar Hotel. Apply ut promises.
" tf Wm. WALE.
To bo givon In Compliment to and for tho
Buuefit of tho
New Hawaiian , ,
. . Opera House
Upon tho Oponlng Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo presented tho Grand Opera of
Uy AmnteiiM, under tho direction of Ha
wuii's l'riuia Donna,
np$ pi$ i(o (tap:.
On tho followitio THUltSDW EVENING
will bo presented the Delightful
of the Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will be pivon by tho Dost Amateur
Talent of this City.
JST The Orchestra will he under the direc
tion of Professor Herder.
tgyThi! receipts ot these performances
have been generously donated by the ladies
and gentlemen taking part in the perform
anecs for the purpose of instating in furnish.
Ing tho stage.
13" Hon Plans will ho opeu at Wall,
Nichols & Co.'s atore, King street, on Thurs
day, the jSth Inst., at 10 o'clock u in,, when
scats can be secured fur any or all of the per
A few Fleasnnt Rooms to let nt this favo
rite Seaside llcsortj with or without board.
Apply on tho promisoH to
431 tf MRS. THOMAS WRIGHT.
22, 1896. .' C ' I '
WASH LACES -.-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Street.
IF" I "V E3
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
. WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fino Whito Muslin In open
A great stock of
EDGING AND INSERTION TO HATCH
fifST" Wo oxpect within ton days a groat and now stock of
D G GOISETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
Closing Out This Week
A LINE OF
Ladies' and Gents'
pine Boots ghoes
STRAW and FELT
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Ladies Dress Goods
Of tho Latest StyloB and at
tho Lowest Prices
Ry virtuo of n Writ of Execution issued
out of tho District Court, on the 25th day of
September, A.D.lSiK), against O.T.Guliok,
administrator, cntito ot J.GoineB, doceasod,
dofeudant, in favor of Mannel Francisco,
plaintiff, for tho sum of $293,251 have lovied
upon and Bhall oxpose for sale at tho Station
Housointho District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clook of Friday, tho 30th
day of October, A. D 1800, to tho highest
bidder, all tho richt, titlo and interest of
the said O, T. Gnliok, administrator, es
tate ot J. Gomes, doceasod, defendant, in
and to tho following property, unless said
judgment, intercut, costs and
bo previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Alt of tho preinlsos covcrod by deed of
K.ioo and Mai to Kainuni and Josenh
Gomes, recorded in Liler 3(1, page 210, and
of ICnoo to Joseph Gomes and Kaipuni re
corded in Libor 72, page 21; the said pro
mises now constituting ono house-lot nnd
being a part of tho premises set out in
Royal Patent 1709 on L O. Award 656 to
MakaUwelawe, also the houses thereon.
Tho whole- oonstitnting ono ot the best pay
ing properties on Emma street in Hono
lulu. II. R. HITCHCOCK,
Deputy Marshnl Republic of Hawaii.
Uiiuu, September 2V, A. U. i K
Choico Vurioty of Croton Plants as well W ,1
mi r 7) ;t . nr i nH other plnnts for Halo at tho resiilcnco ot A M
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents j h. isovd, Waik.kl roaO, opposite ! Bunny J
per month. South. IW-lw -A 31
G08 NUUANU SXIIEET.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.'
The Bost in
the "World -
Best of Liquors $ Wines,
EJV Our Siloon is thoroughly renovated
nnd refurnished nnd wo trust that our
Btook will pleaso ovcry tasto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
1ST Wo will Huy or Hell Real Estute in
nil parts of tho group.
VZT Wo will Koll l'ropojtics on Hcoson
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses near Pnnahon Collfge,
containing from soven to nine rooms, Latlc
room, halls, closets, etc. Now, modern
nnd convenient. Good vW li.mliliv in...
I lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTERFIELB,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates tfivon. Repairs and altera
tions mado. Work given prompt attention,
5T Telephone 851. 434-3w
Plants for Sale. "AWi J
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