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EVENING J3CLLET1K, OCTOBER 29, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Co. II will have drill this even
ing. A judicial notice of bankruptcy
Steward James has discovered
that the Miowera has a cold stor
The arrests todav unto 2 o'clock
wore threo Chinese gamblers and
The band played at the wharf
this morning at tho doporturo of
David Dayton has a house on
Young street added to his adv. in ,
Charles Wilcox, secretary of tho
Board of Health, is still detained
from duty by illness.
Dr. 0. B. IIigh, dentist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
logo, 1892. Masonic Templo.
Tho shoro battory fired n salute
of uiuoteeu guns at 'J:.15 this
morning in honor of Ministor
John Ena has deeded to the
Minister of the Interior a strip of
land at Kamauuwai for street
Tho dedicatory exercises of tho
now Portuguese church on Miller
street will take place next Sunday
Andrado, tho hackman, had a
runaway yesterday, his hack being
badly UBed in a collision with a
Hugo Fisher tho artist receiv
ed word by tho Australia that his
son, Hugo, is Boriously ill at tho
San Francisco hospital. ,i
In future there will bo no
trouble about bringing cut flowors
ashoro from steamships, as they
will not require inspection.
The Australia has an unusually
small outgoing passongor list, but
tho band will bo at the wharf to
play the vessel off as usual.
Attorney 'General Smith will
assume tho duties of tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs during tho
absence of Ministor Cooper.
Tho amusements for Saturday
evening are tho Kamoiliili benefit
at the drill shed nud tho Gonzales
family bouefit at Independence
Owing to tho necessary Cabinet
conferences iucidont to Minister
Cooper's departure, and tho ab
sence of Dr. Day, thero was no
meeting of either tho Bourd of
Hoalh or the Board of Edu
A number of Hugo Fisher's
island viewB aro now on exhibi
tion at tho Pacific Hardware
Company's art rooms. They are
from sketches taken during his
recent tour of tho islands, and aro
Several candidates for appoint
ment on tho New York polieo
forco wero asked to name four of
tho Now England States. One
bright follow, in a bold hand,
wrote this answer: "Englau, Ire
Ian, Scotliug and Wales."
Tho Ilickey case which was on
trial in the District Court most of
yesterday onded in a judgment of
auiltv. Tho defendant learned
that two months on tho reef is tho
rranishment for beating one's
mother in law ovor tho head with
n piok handle
Miss Phenlo King was married
to Dr. T. T. French of Boston at
the residenco of her mother yes
torday afternoou. Tho coromony
wao performed by Rov. D. P.
Birnio. Tho young couple leave
on tho Australia today, on their
way to Scotland.
Parisian restaurant-keoporB mix
a little honoy with thoir butter.
This gives it an agrooablo tasto
and flavor, and makes tho inferior
butter more palatable. It would
tako an awful lot of honoy to
flavor some of tho stuff sold in
Honolulu as buttor.
Football enthusiasts held an
other meeting last night at tho Y.
M. 0. A. hall iu relation to tho
proposed Coast tour. Arrange
ments wore completed at this ond
and it now remains for Mr. Bo
bineon to seo what ho can do with
tho San Francisco clubs. Ho
leaves on tho Australia today for
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Aik.Yow Grocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Fred Hnrriaon litis
soil to sell.
Francis Dunn, architect, has n
enrd in this issue.
Thero will ho ft Marslml's snlo
of real estate tomorrow nt noon.
George Bonrtlmnn returned from
Japan on thoKiushiu ninru today.
(Jo. 11 will meet without tun-
form this ovoniuc for business of
'jjwo teamB of townios are prac-
ticing football every evening and
rapidly gaining proficioncy.
'Pwo Chincso gamblorB were
fined S10 each in tho police court
today; also one drunk in tho usual
Thero was general rejoicing at
polieo headquarters when Sheriff t
I Hitchcock's promotion to tho va-
cant judgeship was made known.
I Tho two cast iron pillars, with
(stamped iron capitals, to Hitpport
tho outside balcony of tho Opora ,
House have been placed in posi- ',
M.D. Woil& Co., Now York,
have a card elsewhere, giving a
list of articles they oxport. Thoy
also advertise for a good agoucy
It is reported by tho Miowera
that Dr. McLennan is at Apia,
Samoa, waiting for passago to lo
1 nolulu for coming into court when
i tho case against him is called.
Officers of tho Pacific Sugar
Mill have been elected as follows:
F. A. Sohaefor, president; Ernest
! Mott-Stnith, vice president; II.
Eenjos, secretary; J. Hotiug,
treasurer; J . 11. laty, auditor. !
I Kamaka Palikapu was charged '
today with stealing, taking and
carrying away S3, tho property of
oho W. E. Howell. This is tho
native who has boon hold for iu
vestication in connection with tho
mysterious disappearance of $28-1 '
from W. E. RowolPs office. Tho '
case wont over to November 3d on '
a plea of not guilty.
Mr. James, tho retiring steward
of tho Australia, goes to take
charge of a winter hotel in Louis- '
iaini. It contains 500 rooms and,
although tho building iB not com
pleted, 350 of theso nro already
engaged. Tho prospectivo Boni
faco says ho won't do a thing to
auy of his friends in Honolulu if
they visit the place, nnd if tho
editor of the Bulletin goesstrav-
aiging round tuero lie 11 leeu lmu
on alligator chops.
M. D.Weil & Co.,
725 727 Uroadwar,
Now York, U. S. A..
Machinery, Acrloullurnl Implements Cash
Ilt-gUter. UngsicH, Wnuonn, Typowrit-
trn Jowolry, Toys, Stationary,
Shoes, IJry nnd Kftiioy Uoi ds,
Eto. Klo. Etc
American Bicycles . . .
.... Ate ....
THE STANDARD OF THE WOR'.D
We fill orders on nil moKcs of
BICYCLES FROM $25 UP.
Cable Address, Ccrvljjiulo, NewYork.
A li C Code Used.
Election of Officers.
At tho annual meeting of tho
Stockholders of tho Paoifio Sugar
Mill hold October 29, 189G, tho
following Olficors woro duly oloct
F. A. SoiiAEFEit President
E. Mott-Smith,. . . Vice-President
H. Br.NJES, Secrotary
J. Hotinq, Treasurer
J. H. Paty, Auditor
4-15-3t Secrotary pro torn.
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. near ThomoB Squaro
Home-Made BREAD I
B"Sorved Fresh ovory Day
Cakes : and : Pies : to : Order
n. F. SINGER,
Tolephono 872. Solo Prop'r.
Highest of all in Lr nvnning Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
HW WF WMMW mm. MX HI. jN'VCI. jI.AiMH
1 A popular wheel
In a voting contest in tho
States for tho most popular
bicyclo, tho Wuverley wan found
to luivo won tho hearts of tho
Waver ley, -
Tho Wuverley is n high grade
wheel, fully covored by guaran
tee. No risk in buying them,
'f hoy nro easy to buy, only S85
for 1S90 Wheols. A full stock
constantly on hand. Call and
,, -r-r-r tt
A W . tlODrOn, Agent.
U inrv St rwrw mhn Aift'e f rn
King St.. over John Nott's store.
With Hood's Sarsapa-
l:s5a.-. HI J
I. 13 &aHE&
show that this medi
cine has enjoyed pulillo confldenco and
patronage to a greater extent than any
other proprietary iticdlclno. ThU h be
cauao it posscssci greater medicinal merit
and produces greater cures then any other.
It Is not what wo say, but what Hood's
Sansaparllla docs, that
Tolls tho Story.
All advertisements of Hood's Sarsaparlllfl,
like Hood's Sarsaparilla itself, nro honest.
Wo have never deceived tho public, and
this with Us superlative medicinal merit,
is why the peoplo haveabldlngconfldenco
in it, and buy Hood's Sarsaparllla almost
to the exclusion of all others.
Customers Want Hood's.
" We order Hood's Sarsaparllla in largo
quantities and it is tho only blood purifier
which a druggist can buy in largo quanti
ties without risk. It Is selling very rapidly
and customers who buy it once aro uuro
to call for Hood's tho next time. Wo bo
liavo Hood's Sarsaparllla must possess
true merit In order to retain its popular
ity. Its sales exceed all similar prepara
tions and its praises aro often heard."
L. Sommcr & Son, Springfield, Illinois.
Thousands of druggists say tho samo.
Istliohcst In fact tlicOne True Wood I'urlflcr.
Prepared only tiy C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
w.i t:ii- uro tho only ollls to take
tlOOCl S PHIS wnulioou'siiraar-aruia.
Ho"bron Drug Co.. Agents.
iFine Rich Garden Soil
For h.Uo in quuutitieu to uuit,
Attention, Company H.
Akmoky Comi-anv II. N. G. II. ,
Honolulu, Octoher 20, 1890. J
EVEHY MEMHEIt OP TOI8COM.
mind jh hereby ordeied to ropoit
nt tho Diill Bhed, Tllln (Thtmday)
EVENINO, October 29, 1890, nt
7:30 o'clock. lluHlness of import
anco; no uniform,
T. 11. MURI7AY,
145-1 1 Captain Ooimnnudiiig.
In the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,
Hawaiian Inlands. In Daukruptcy. In tho
matter of tho Uaukruptoy of lleiuy K. Poor
of Honolulu. Creditors of tho afd liauk
mpt are horeby notified to oome iu nud
prove their debts before tho Clork of tho
Circuit Court of tho Firnt Circuit, at Houo
lulu, on Wednesday, the 4th day of
November, 18(10, botweon tho hours of 10
6'clook in tho forouoou and noon of the
Fftld day, nnd elect nil Assignee, or Assignees,
of tho s.tid ll.mlti upt's Ebtute.
Uy tho Court!
415-flt J. A. THOMPSON, Cleik.
mW. HI jTVV.
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AT DRILL SHED
Saturday. Oct. 31st,
AT 7(30 P. M.
BENEFIT FOR THE
kamoiliili -:- Ghurch
The Y. IT. I. Gleo Club, Kom.
nihan Club, Kawaia-
lino Seminary Girls, limola Club,
1 and others will tako part.
I Prof. lSerger, Conductor.
Admission, 50 conts. Itesorvod
Box plan at Hollister Drug Co.
MRS. N. H. ZEAYE,
Successor to Mr. A. M. Mcllls, S20 Fort
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N. S. Sachs.
t3?" Wedding Outfits and
Riding Hnbit3 a specialty.
Purchssers of Kg walo Lots
All ihtkoiih who liavo boiiKht Kewalo Lots
on tin) instalment lau are hereby untitled
tint th"Ir ucicimunU nro nady, una that tho
tuToml p.iyincnt fulls due oil tho first day or
NoM'inbur. For the convenience of those
desiring to jmy, our olllcu nlll ho opened un
til 6 p. m. on Saturday.
llltUCr. WAKING .t CO..
443-3t per Walter 0. Weoclon.
The Annual McctliiK of the Kolon Buar
Company will he held nt the Olllce of H.
liacKlem .V uo., on r ruiny, uci. sum, ui n
m. CHAS. M.COOKK,
BfeictnryofthoK. 8. Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27th, lb'JU. 4 13-3t
On and nflor Thursday, October 21),
Dr. James T. Wnysou will resuino practico
nt his oflico, comer of King and Itichards
Rtrcets. Hours 9 to 11 o. m.j2 to 4, nnd
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone .110. 444 lw
Persons desirous of making on invest
ment can purchase a psyiug block of pro
perty fronting on King and Mnunnkea
btreots by calling on
113 tf JOIINF. COIilTORN.
Plants for Sale.
Choico Variety of Cioton Plants as well
as other plants for Balo at tho residenco of
J II. 110YD, Walkikl road, opposito Sunny
South. 13 Mw
A Ionian to tnKu
Apply at this Olllce.
nt a Miinll child.
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THIS WEEK !
WASH LACES-:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
Fiuo Whito Muslin in openwork, lleiutiful Patterns,
A great stock of-- ....
Valenciennes Laces .
pnniNr. ANn iNRP.RTmM td matpii . .jZ
MWAftiM ttxw iwutt
B" AVo expect within ion days
D dfe G
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
iiuost Corsot miulo. . .
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.
Complimentary Benollt tondorod to tho
Gonzales Sistors prior to thoir doparturo
NINA, tho Littlo Wonder.
STKL.LA, Contortionist Eilraordinary.
NOItA MAHTIN, Doscriptivo Vocalist.
MASTER KAItL, Declaimor.
MILLIE KINGoLEY, tho Sianish Dan
ccr. LIZZIE BRANDON, tho Skip-ropo Dan-
BIG. LEONARDO, Trapezlan and Gym.
JAMES KULOLIA, tho Hawniian Blon
WILFRED nURNS (retlrod circuBinun)
has kindly volunteered for this occasion
ouly, performing his foats of strongih nnd
hrf ak nwny ladder act.
PKOF. BEKGUU has genorously ollerod
his valuablo herlces and will disconrso
nil tho popular airs of tlio nay.
CHILIS GONZALEi wid illustrnto Japo
nese, Chineso nnd Arabian Tumbling.
A host of other Voluuteora.
Carriages may bo ordorod at 10:15.
gjaf Tho Sisters will visit you all and
oiler their tickets for sale. 442-td
G08 Nuuanu Stbeet.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
Tho Best in
the "World - - -
Best of Liquors Wines.
&. Our Saloon is thoroughly renovated
niurrefurniBhed aud wo trust that our
stook will ploaso ovcry tasto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
For Sale or To Let.
Tlireo llonbcs near Punahou Coll(;e,
containiuR from poveu to nino rooms, bath
room, halls, closets, etc. New, modern
nnd convnniont. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BDTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Kviildor
Estimates Kien. Repairs nnd altera
tions rondo. Work uivon prompt nttention.
1ST Telephouo 831. ll-3m
a wai w kwk f --.
n groat nnd now stock of
F0l gErTTLE, tf HIMpOH.
Tho Nippon YnFon Kaishn Steamer
Will bo duo nt this port on or
nbout WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
nuil will sail tho following dny for
For froight or pn8snp;o, npply to
Wm. G.Irwin & Co., Ld.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
IT. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
1 Double Seated Family
1 Large Black Horse,
sound nnd gentle, good road
ster nnd fit for n lady to drive.
Apply to "W. C. Pencocl; & Co.
7 teT isrttf find X3
UJ 111 $ 1$ mr
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