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EVENING UCLLBTIN, OCTOBER 2G. 1806.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. II. will drill this ovouing.
Papers for Mrs. R. at Bulletin
L. M. Baldwin roturued from
Baseball nt 3:30 todny. Every
body will bo there.
Band concert at Emma Square
this nvening at 7:30. Program in
, W. II. Rico and Mrs. 0. M.
Cooke wore ainonq tho Mikohala'a
passengers from Kauai.
Eight oxporionced divers aro
carriod on ovory English ilngship,
and four on every cruiser.
A Sun Francisco compositor is
to blnmo for turning "gonial"
Paul Neumann into "Qonoral."
Freeh frozen oysters on ion
will be served in any stylo at the
I3eavor Baloon aftor tho arrival of
Cnpt. Fitzgerald, commander of
tho Wilder stoamor Hawaii, is still
confined to tho hospital, 'although
Among roturniug pssongers
expected on tho Australia today
are It. I. Lillio and wife and Mrs.
Fred Harrison and family.
Tho Mariposa left several hun
dred tons of, canned goods for
Australia on the wharf at San
Francisco for want of room.
W. G. Irwin it Co. Ltd. issueB
tickets to all points in the United
States for the steamer Australia
sailing at 4 p. in. Woduosday.
The only piissengors for this
port by tho Bolgic on Saturday
wore Mr. and Mrs. Win. McMil
lan, who aro visiting Professor
and Mrs. Maxwell.
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j JJfhlrt talk last evening nearly
,, ,Csdbiibled his usual congregation.
- xneso taiics win uo given every
other Sunday ovomng.
Defective brakes nearly caused
a sniashup botweeu two street-cars
at tho corner of Beretania and
Fort streets on Saturday after
noon after the ball gnmp.
"Tom" James, tho popular
steward of tho Australia, may not
go out on tho Btoamer next trip.
He has boon offorod an important
position in New Orleans and tho
chances are ho will nccopt it. Tho
The Foreign Offico barge, built
by Mr. Balls, was launched on
Saturday, when Minister Cooper
and party went in her for a trial
trip. Sho is a gay addition to
tho harbor flotilla and is easy to
Enterprise always deserves com
rnomlation. Tho Merchants' Ex
change saloon doserves commoud
ntion for its enterprise in keeping
a fresh supply of Enterprise 15eer
on hand. "Best beer in tho Uni
verse." A well-known marine onginoer,
who knows tho capabilities of both
vessels, says that if the Olaudino's
engines wero placed in the Kinau
theie would not be a vessel ou tho
Pacific Ocean to equal tho Kinau
An excited young lady on a
street car returning from the ball
gamo gave veut to her feelings in
thoso words: "Tho Stars ought to
go hide thoir heads in tho ceme
tery until dark and thou go homo
and learn to spell their names
Hon. Paul Neumann and wifo
woro at tho Palaco when the Bol
gio loft. Thoy had just roturned
from San Rafael whoro Mr. Neu
mann had been reouporatiug from
his recont severe illness. Mr.
Neumaun expected to lcavo for
Guatemala the day tho Belgio
Among tho through passengers
on tho Bolgio was Barbour T.
Lathrop who is on his way to
join his brothor in Java. When
united thoy will truvol togethor
loisnrely around tho world, aim
ing to roach Now York next sum
mer. Mr. Lathrop waB nn active
journalist and Bpocial writer on
tho staff of Tho Call during most
of tho time from 1875 until 1880.
Since that time ho has traveled
oxtensively in England, Franco,
Germany, Russia, South America
and South Africa.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and raslry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Next Saturday will bo Hal
loween. Elsowhoro seo program of Gou-
s.umn U1DIUIO MUIIUlll.
Tlio dressmaking parlors of V. '
S. Sachs have been reopened by '
Mrs. IS. il. Zioavo.
W. 0. Peacock has for salo ono
uuuuicauiuuvi lulling uiiiwitgu iiuu
a large, sound and gentlo black
Tho Australia camo up to her
dock tins afternoon in an hour
and twenty minutes aftor boing
sighted off Koko Head.
A white man who would only
givo tho namg of Tom was arrest
ed this afternoon for battering a
native woman. A Chinese was
also taken in for vagrancy.
The arrests today include ono
native and three wahines for soil
ing liquor without a license, ono
Chinnmau for larceny and ono
Jap for perjury.
W. W. Ahaua nnd wifo nnd tho
Minister of tho lutorior have ox
changed deeds on proporty needed
by tho government for Boretanin
and Kuktii street extensions.
Tho forthcoming dramatic por
forinnnco of the Literary Society
of St. Louis college has boon
postponed to Saturday, Septembor
14th, so as not to conflict with
William Crowes was fined S12
and SI costs this morning for
drunkonnoss. Crowes is nn old
offender and tho Court is com
mencing to double up on him.
Threo others escaped with tho
Goorgo Harrison nnd Frank
Gertz lost ono of thoir rowlocks
and an oar yostorday whilo out j
boating. They drifted iu tho
breakers near tho quarantine sta- j
tion, but woro rescued by a boat !
from tho U. S. S. Adams. J
King street, from tho bridgo to j
beyond tho depot, was in a fearful j
condition last Saturday aud Sun
day. Somo of tho mud was being
sci aped off today at ono point .
whilo at another n lot of soft j
rock and dirt was boing put down, i
against H. F. Poor and tho Ha
waiian Govern mout is being
heard by Judge Carter today.
A. S. Hartwell appears for plain
tiff; Deputy Attorney General
E. P. Dole aud Lylo A. Dickey
for the Government, and A. Rosa
for Mr. Poor.
Tho Gonzales family will givo
a benefit performance for Stella,
the eldest daughter, on Saturday I
evouing next. A considerable '
uumber of local artists have been
secured to assist at tho entertain- i
mont, which promises to bo a
first-rate ono. Indopondouoe hall
has boon secured.
Vong Fat, mIioso planing mill i
at tho corner of King and Bethel
streets has long been a menace to
tho surrounding proporty, is
building a two-story frame mill
just beyond the Kingstreot bridgo
on the railroad side. Ho will es- j
tablish a largo lumber ynrd in
connection with it. I
In tho match shoot between tho
police and Company D'b "short- '
ies" ou Saturday afternoon tho
former won by a scoro of 391 to
378. In nuother match between .
lin rnllirt nliil fAnma Fmi.t C.nir- I
panios F. and G. tho police again
won with a scoro of -102 against
31)1 for F. and 375 for G.
Thoro was littlo doing in tho
police court this morning. Ah
Fai was fined $25 for having cho
fa tickets about his clothes: Lai
Sui Moy $50 for opium in posses
sion, and Kistakawn $10 for as
sault and battery on Esther
Baker. Kaula aud Alox Pahuu
woro found guilty of battory, and
Tho engagement of Miss Jonnio
E. Karamer, instructress in tho
Fort Btreot school, to Mr. Q. H.
Borrey of this city, is announced.
Miss Knmraor, a most 03timable
young lady, has boon for two
years past a teaoher iu various
Island schools. Mr. Borroy, form
erly a government employe, is now
connected with ono of tho promi
nent morcantilo institutions of
If you think it's only good tea
and coffeo that wo aro Boiling, a
call will convince you that tho
Palamn Grocery is a well appoint
ed storo, stocked with tho most
approved brands of goodB; and if
tho gratuitous testimonies of its
patrons aro true, thoy havo saved
considerable, since thoy commenc
ed to deal with us. Tho proof of
the pudding, oto. Palamn Gro
cery, opposito Railway Dopot.
Tel. 755 ovory time.
Highest of all in Leavoning Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Trite ad written by Honolulu lad)
Cleopatra rodo a wheel.
This is a fact.
For does not Antony ndvico
her to mount it nnd seek
Ciesar when ho says:
"Of Ctcsnr seek your honor,
with your safety."
The bicycle is not a fad of
tho hour. It -will live us
long in tho future as wo
date from Cleopatra's timo
in the past.
It is too useful an articlo
to bo thrown asido. If
you do not ride simply
because you do not have
to go to an of lice down
town every day, you
should know that you
are missing half tho
pleasure of life, which
is in a spin, in tho early
morning or evening, out
under the open sky.
Try it on n
1. W. HOIIRON,
ntr John N'ott'.
Blood ig essential to licnlth. Every nool:
nnd corner of tho fystcm Is rrnvhvd
by the blood, nnd on its quality tho
condition of every organ dopends. Good
blood means strong nerves, good diges
tion, robust health. Impure blood means
scrofula, dyspop3la, rheumatism, catarrh
or other diseases. The surest way to
havo good blood is to take Hood's
Barsaparllla. This mcdlciuo purities, vi
talizes, and enriches tho blood, and sends
tho elements of health and strength to
every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates
a good appetlto, gives refreshing sleep
and cures that tired feeling. It is because
of its great power to purify tho blood that
Hood's Barsaparllla has accomplished bo
many wonderful euros. It makus tho
blood pure, drives out tho germs of dls
cobo. Thousands today enjoy good health
as tho natural result of taking
Tlio One Truo lllnod Purifier. All druggists. SI.
u,i rt:n I ot jHirpe, juln or
HOOd S PlllS tripe. All druggists. 25&
Hotron Drug Co., Agents.
MRS. N. H. ZEAVE,
Successor to Mrs. A. M. Mellls, 520 Tort
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N. S. Saohs.
&8 Wedding Outfits and
Riding Habits a specialty.
At Ifiiimn Niiniru.
Following is tho program for
tho concort at Emma square this
Orcrlurc- Fr DUtoIo Aubcr
Intermezzo Cavallerla Kustlcana
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Aiakol Wvlpio. Llko Lehua. Mau o ka
Echoes ol tlio Night Retloiu
March The Tliutider (by request).... Sousu
Mill In tho Forest (by ri'fuet).)..r.llfiiuirr
Walts-(J) iwy Baron (by recUei')....8traue
Han all l'onol.
Roast bcof, mashod potatoes,
Julionno soup, vegetables, poi, pie,
and poanuts at tho Anchor lunch
tomorrow. That's tho way that
Swcot William Cunningham has
of Bhowing his appreciation of
his largely increased patronago
siuco tho Anchor has been fixed
up with paint, gilding, polish,
enamel, otc. But tho crowning
glory of tho Anchor is tho foamy,
creamy, life saving Seattlo Beer
which has just arrived by tho
Australia and continues to arrivo
by ovory steamor that comes from
tho Coast. Finest beer on earth
is tho general remark, not men
tioning tho cigars and cheese,
which aro suporb.
Mciitciniiit on the Clinllciifcr
Apropos of tho rocont donation
by tho British govornmont of tho
valuable sot of volumes on tho
voyago of H. M. S. Challenger,
which was mado through tho
British Minister, Major Hawes,
to tho Bishop Museum Inst week,
it is not generally known that Dr.
Sloggott, now a residont of this
city, was a member of that expe
dition, ho being a lieutenant in
tho Challengor in 1873, and in
charge of tho observations on
terrestrial magnetism. Ho loft tho
sorvice to study mediciuo in Lou
don and Edinburgh.
It is said that Chairman
Jones is thinking of offering Tom
Watson a big bonus to discuss the
issues of tho campaign in Hawaii
or any other country with which
wo have no tolegraphio communi
cation. Chicago News.
Lewiis cf Co.
Hnwnit is a
try but tho soil and climato are
against raising certain kinds of
fruits, so that except in certain
short seasons the public must
cat tinned goods. There aro
tnany kinds of tinned goods to
suit many kinds of peoplo.
Wo pluaso all
The "Hickmott's Signature
Brand" of tinned fruits in three
pound cans aro unquestionably
tho best put up in tho States.
We have Sliced Lemon Cling
Peaches. Yellow Crawford's
Apricots and Bartlett Pears
put up in an elegant thick
syrup. They aro the most
dt'licious fruits imaginable.
Then wo have chenper grades,
Everyone who eats enjoys
tho small French Peas but
thoy cost money, some peoplo
havo a French Pea Pallet
and Marrowfat Purse. But
recently tho faruiers of Cali
fornia havo been growing
small peas equal to tho French
which wo tell for a great deal
less money. You would imagine
they came from the suburbs
of Puree. Another elegant
dish, and very cheap, is the
French Red Kidnoy Beans,
may bo eaten hot or cold and
enjoyed either way. 'These
aro new here.
In syrups wo havo Forest
Grove Brand of Maplo, some
thing entiroly now, elegant
and tlio genuine article. Wo
havo Green Mountain, known
to ovory yankeo, and Fowler's
Log Cabin Brand in pint and
quart bottles. Hot cakes or
waflles aro not good without
syrup. Those who do not
like maplo can get "Crystal
Rock" drips from us.
Lewis & Co.,
THIS WEEK !
WASH LACES -:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
& :f i -r E! -s
SPECIAL BARGAIN? IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
Fiuo White Muslin In openwork. L'luntUul Pattern.
A great Block of-.- ....
Valenciennes Laees .
. EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BF Wo expect within ion dnyB a great nnd now stock of
D '& G- CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
ThiB is kuown to ho tho
fin os t Corsot made. . .
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.
Complimentary lionolit tondorod to tho
Gonzales Sisters prior to thoir departure
NINA, the Little Wonder.
STELLA, Contortionist Extraordinary.
NORA MARTIN, Doscriptive Vocalist.
MASTER KARL, Doclaimor.
MILLIE KING .-LEV, tho Spanish Dan
eer. LIZZIE BRANDON, tho Skip-ropo Dim.
SIG. LEONARDO, Trapezian nnd Gym
nast. JAMES KULOLIA, tho Hawaiian Blon
WILFRED BURNS (retired circusman)
has kindly volunteered for tills occasion ,
ouly, poiforuiiug His leawoi sxrougiu uuu
brtnk away ladder net.
PROF. BEUGER has generously offered
his Ytduablo Borviccs aud will discount
all tho popular airs of tho day.
CHILE GONZVLE'. will illustrato Japa
nese, Chluoso and Arabian Tumbling.
A host of other Volantoors.
Carriages may bo ordered at 10:15.
gJW Tho hifetcrs will visit you all and
ofler their tickets for sale. 4HMd
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses near Punohou CoIIro,
coutaiuiug from sevon to nine rooms, bath,
room, halls, closets, oto. New, inodoni
and convenient. Good view, hoaltby loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BDTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERPIELD,
Contractor So Builder
Estimates given. Repairs and altera
tions mado. Work given prompt attention.
3T Tolephono 851. -IM-3m
Attention, Company H.
AitMour Company II, N. G. II.,
Honolulu, October 20, 1800.
H EVERY MEMBER OP THIS COM
maud is hereby ordered to report
lit the Drill Shed. TUItf (Monday)
EVENING, Ootober 20,- 1800, at
7:30 o'clock, for Drfll, .
3v. Nominations for Lieutenant will bo
T. 11. MURRAY,
442 It Captuin Cohiniauding.
Plants for Sale.
Choico Variety of Croton Plants as well
as other plants for Halo at the rosideueo of
J. H . BOYD, Wulkikl road, opposito Sunny
F01 EiTTLE, WHIMTOW.
Tho Nippon Yufen Kuishn Steamor
Will ho duo at this port on or
nhout WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
uud will sail tho following dny for
( For freight or pnssngo, npply to
Wm. G.Irwin & Co., Ld.
PEIt S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
IT. J. XTolte, Proprietor.
1 Double Seated Family
1 Large Blaok Horse,
sound and gentlo, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
w. c. .peacock:.
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