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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Several of the Kinau's ymssou
gors wero for tho Volcano.
Bishop Willis wont off in tho
Kinnu for another visitation.
Tho S. S. Kauai leaves for Ma
kaweli, Kauai, at 4 p. in. tomor
Dr. Wight of Kohala has gone
homo after a short stay in tlio .
Mrs. H. L. Dana of San Fran
cisco is visiting MiBS Harriot
All tho boyB aro furbishing up
thoir dress suits today in readiness
for tonight's ball.
Officer Toma captured a Japa
nese deserter from Paia planta
tion this morning.
The First Bcgimenl bull is tho
great attraction this evening, and
everybody will bo there.
Gus Schuman rocoived a con
signment of 75 pigs and 7 horses
by tho bark Aichor yestoidny.
Judgo E. G Hitchcock of Ha
waii left in tho Kiuau, with his
judicial commission in his pocket.
Steward James was loaded
down with flowers an hour bo-
foto tho Australia loft yesterday.
Ensign Charles Preston of tho
V. H. S. Adams left for his homo
in Baltimoro by yesterday's
Tho trial of two Chinese accused
of stealing taro took place in tho
police court today and resulted in
Frames f r Citizons' Guard Cer
tificates mtido to oulor for from
10c. ouch up at King Bros., 110
Among tho Australia's passon
gorB yesterday was MIbs Austin
of Hilo, daughter of tho lato
Judgo Austin, who goes to join
Tln Hollister Drug Co. rocoiv
ed b, tho Australia nnotheilot
of those beautiful "Bulls ejo"
oameias. Tlio price is within tho
reach of all.
Tlio hminnd guest who m.iKe? a call
Miu'ilil welcome II nil i-lnccrc.
And likewise If ho drinks at nil
A flnss of 'Kalnlt.r" Ilur.
On tap or in bottles at tho Cri
The Duchess of Westminster
is known among her fnonds as
an anient cricketer and she is
said to be iu particular a bowler
of some considerable skill.
A special meeting of tho Board
of Trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pital will bo hold at the rooms of
tho Chamber of Commerce to
morrow, October 3lst, at 10
o'clock a. ru.
Tho joint concert givou by a
numbor of Hawaiian gloo clubs
for tho boneiit of the Moiliili
church will bo sure to draw a
laigo andionco to tho drill shed
City Oitrriago Co..J.S. And.
rado, miin.iger. It you want n
hack with good horse and care
ful driver ring up .lVlophono 113,
oorimr of Fort and Merchant
stro'ita- Hank nt nil ho ira.
An order has been promulgated
from tho head ollico requiring all
Paoifio Mail steamers sailing from
San Francisco to tho Orient to
leavo tho wharf at 1 p. m. sharp,
so us to make a good oiling bot'oro
The best way to ascertain
whether coffee has been adulter
ated is to pour cold water on it.
If pure it will color tho water
very slightly; if mixed with chi
cory tho water will tako a brown
Charles Moltono tho barber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at tho Con
tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono iB
an excellent wioldor of tho razor
and shears and carries hia trade
with him. Peixoto has refurnish
ed his shop in handsome Btylo bo
that it iB now ono of tho most at
tractive in town.
There is fiuoh a thing as too
much kindness. Mrs. T. T. French,
noo Miss Phonio King, was so
loaded down with flowora at tho
Btoaraer yesterday that sho nearly
fainted. It is no easy thing to
stand for an hour or so with twon
ty or thirty pounds of ilowora
hanging round ono's shoulders.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your (3 tour For It.
UNION FEED CO., 'Sole Ayents.
Tomorrow is pny day for gov
Gardner Wilder entertained n
few of his friondB at a supper lust
As is usually tlio case nt tlio end
of the week, mnttors tiro very dull
about tlio polico station.
"Dr. 0. B. Hicli, doutist. trra-
"Tifl 71 "t " "
leB 1892. Masonic Templo.
duato Philadelphia Dontnl Col-
uo Asnwortu ( liquor caso
camo up in tbo polico court today '
ngaiu postponed to I
Tho regular monthly meoting I
ul uiu x luuuur xuumiug nuu jjoau
AsBooiatipn takes place on Mon
day ovening next.
H. Hackfeld & Co. are having
ono of their corrugated iron
buildings moved back to tho lino
of Ilnlokauwila street.
Tom Wright and George An
gus aro tho handicappers for to
morrow's fivo milo rond raco un
der the auspices of tho H. A. A.C.
One Chinese gambler $10 and a
chofa fiend $25 aro tho sum total
of flues imposed today by Judgo
do la Vorgne. Tho caso of Hole
lani, truancy, was nolle pros'd.
Fiunoy's now directory maps
havo arrived. A sot of them has
been neatly framed and placed on
exhibition in ono of tho Pacific
Hardwaro Company's bIiow win
dous. Storling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof pioparation in Ho
nolulu. Arrests made this morning wore
throe Chiuoso for peddling cakes
without licouBo; Makole, hold for
investigation, and Ano Kahaoli
wai for violations of tho Act to
Tho Oahu Lumber and Build
ing Company havo bought out tho
business of Ving Fat on tho cor-
nor of Bethel and King stroots. .
Thoy will establish an up-town
ofiico in tho now location. j
Krocgor Pianos, sweotostin tono,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, eolongont, cash
or installments. Warorooma at '
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of-1
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun-1
and ropaiiing. B" Tole-'
If you think it's only good tea
and coffee that we are selling, a
call will convince you that the
Palama Grocery iB a well appoint
ed storo, stocked with tho most
approved brands of goods; and if
tho gratuitous testimonies of its
patrons are true, they have saved ,
considerable, since thoy commonc-
ed to deal with us. Tho proof of
tho pudding, etc. Palama Gro
cery, opposite Railway Depot.
Tel. 755 every timo.
.St'timitlomtl ltiiiiiiwii) .
A sensational runaway occuned
this afternoon. "While a tram
ways horso was being changed
fiom ono end of the car to tho
other, on Nuunnn street, it bolted
and ran down town. Taking its
route by way of Queen streot tho
hoi bo careered intoWildor'hSleam
ship Co.'s ofiico by tho entrance
at tho Foit Btreot corner, and
rushing through the place omorg
cd by the Queen Btreot door. Thou
it was stopped by a policeman.
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Koxlnieutiil It ill.
Tho long-oxpectod regimental
hop takes place this evening. Tho
drill Bhed has boon olaboratoly
docoratod and competent commit
tees selected to attond to tho com
fort of tho guests. Tho musio will
bo furnished by an orchestra di
rected by Prof. Borger.
Tho Inter-Island Steamship
KAUAI will sail at 4 p. m. to
morrow, Oct. 31st, for Makawoli,
Kuuai, carrying freight and pos
Building and Loan ilociation
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting
will bo held at tho Chambor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, Novembor 2, 1800, at 7:30
SSCPnyniontB are required in
A. V. GEAR,
Highest of nil in Leadening Powor. Latest U. S. Gov't Boport.
& mesa m. WWMB
CofOPJo mineral water.
A pure, sparkling
water. Opens with
vim and snap. This
water is fast be
coming the most
popular for medi
cinal and table use
$11.00 Case of
Hobron Drug Co.
"Thcroaro fads In mcdlclno as well as
In other things," said n busy druggist,
" but tho most remarkable thing about
Hood's Sarsaparllla is that customers who
try othor remedies all corao back to
Hood's, and this Is why tho enormous
sales of this medicinokcop up whilo others
and in a short timo go out ot sight en
tirely, to bo heard from no more."
"Why Is It?" "O, simply because
Hood's Sarsaparllla has more real curatlvo
merit than any medlcino I ever sold."
This is ot dally occurrence in almost
rftandLd .VdVwh.eTZ cured
raoro aIcknc33. roilevod moro dlBttC8B and
more sickness, relieved moro distress and
made moro happiness by bringing people
health than nnv nthrr mrrtlnlnn. Ta
imiriorffll mirna ft tlm nrMHif ..nana nf
scrotula, running sores, ulcers, salt rheum, atld Morrowfilt PlU'Se. But
etc.; of dyspepsia and othor troubles i 1 c e -1 i-
where a lint class tonic and aid to diges- I fCCOIltly tllO farmers of Call
tion as needed; of catarrh, rheumatism, fomia llhVO UCCIl growing
malaria and other troubles arising from
or promo'.od by Impure blood, havo made
Tim standard the Ono True Illood Purifier.
u .,, n, nro the only pills to take
nOOd S IJlIIS wtthUooirsHarsaiurllla.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Election of Officers.
At tho annual meeting of tho
Stockholders of tho Pacific Sugar
Mill hold October 21), 18(JG, tho
following Offlcors woro duly oloct
F. A. ScilAEFKit,.., Prcsidont
E.Mott.Smitii,. . .Vico-Presidont
H. Uenjks, Secretary
J. Hotino, Treasurer
J. H. Paty, Auditor
H5-3t Secretary pro totn.
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. noar Thomus Squoro
Home-Made BREAD I
B Served Prosh ovory Uuy
Cakes : and : Pies : to : Order
H. P. SINGER,
Tolophono 872. Solo I'rop'i.
OCTOBER 30, 1896.
Hawaii is a glorious coun
try but tho soil and climate aro
against raising certain kinds of
fruits, so that except in certain
short seasons the public must
out tinned goods. There are
many kinds of tinned goods to
suit many kinds of people.
Wo please all.
The "Hickmott's Signature
Brand" of tinned fruits in three
pound cans aro unquestionably
the best put up in the States.
Wo have Sliced Lemon Cling
Peaches. Yellow Crawford's
Apricots and Bartlett Pears
put up in an elegant thick
syrup. They aro the most
delicious fruits imaginable.
Then wo have cheaper grades,
Everyone who eats enjoys
the small French Peas but
thoy cost money, some people
a Jlrench lJca Pallet
small peas equnl to tllC French
.,,1 !.... n c 11
I which wo fccll tor a great deal
lessmonoy. You would iningino
theT camo from the suburbs
! of Puree. Another cleimnt
dish, and very cheap, is the
French Bod Kidney Beans,
may bo eaten hot or cold and
enjoyed either way. These
nre new hero.
In syrups wo have Forest
Grove Brand of Maple, some
thing entirely new, elegant
and tho genuine article. We
havo Green Mountain, known
to every yankeo, and Fowler's
Log Cabin Brand 111 pint and
quart bottles. Hot cakes or
waflles aro not good without
syrup. Thoso who do not
like maplo can get "Crystal
Rock" drips from us.
Lewis & Co.,
In the Circuit Court of tho Tint Circuit,
Hawaiian Ialauds. In Ilankruptry In tlio
matter of tho Bankruptcy of llonry F l'oor
of Honolulu. Croclitorx of the huul Hunk
rujit aro horcby notified to came in and
proto their dobts beforo tho Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of tho Firttt Circuit, at Ilono
luln, on Wednesday, the ttli day of
November, 1800, between tho hours of 10
o'clock iu tho forouuon ami noon of tho
said day, imd elect an Assignee, oi Assigiata,
of the Huid Uuukrupt's Ksdile.
ll tho Couit;
445-St J. A. TIIOMl'SON, Clork.
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WASH LACES-:-WASH LACES
520 Fort Street.
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SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
Fino Whlto Mublln in op ju
A great stock of
EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH
JKaT" Wo oxpect within ion dnys
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to be tho
finest Corset made. . .
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.
Complimentary Itenolit tondered to tho
Gonzuloti Sistcm prior to thoir departu.-o
NINTA, tho I ittlo Wonder.
STbLLA, Contortionist Extraordiuary.
NOltA MARTIN, Descriptive Vocalist.
MASTER KAllL, Dcclaimor
MILLIE KINO LEY, tho Spanish Dan
cer. LIZZIE URAKDON, tho Skip-ropo Dan
ccr. SIC LEONARDO, Trnptzian and Gym
nast. JAMES KULOLIA, tho Hawaiian Won
WILFRED INJUNS (retired circusinan)
has kindly oluntiercd for this occasion
otily, performing his foats of strength oud
brruk uwhv ladder net.
PROF. UEUGhR Ins gonorously offorod
his Yitlunblo sorviccs uud will (liscourso
nil tlio pninlur nirs of tho day.
ClIlLK GO.NZ vLli wi 1 illuslrato Japa
nese, I hiucbu uud Arabian Tiiinblin.
A host of othir Volanteors.
CurriiiRcu miiy bo ordored at 10:15
gjSF Tlio sinters will visit jounllnnd
ollei their tickets for s.ile. 4 12-td
G08 Nuuanu SrnEET.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
The Best in
the World - - -
Best of Liquors ty Wines.
CSv. Our Siloon is thoroufihly renovated
mul refurnlslied and mo trust that our
stock will pleaso every tusto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
For Sale or To Let.
Threo nouses near Puuahou College,
containiug from raven to niuo rooms, bath
room, halls, closets, etc. New, modern
and con anient. Qood view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. nUTTEItPIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Btiilclor
Kstiinntes civ on. ltepnirs and altera
tions made. Work rInou prompt attoutiou.
13T Telophouo S51. 13l-3m
Iteiutiful P Uterus,
a groat and now stock of
Closing Out This Week
a line or
ladies' and Gents'
pine Boots hoes
STRAW and PELT
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ladies Dress Goods
Of tho Litest Styles and nt
tho Lowest Prices
AT DRILL SHED
Saturday. Oct. 31st
,r 7:o i, ji.
BENEFIT FOR THE
i(amoiliili -:- Ghuiich
Tho Y. IT. I. Gloo Club, Kiim.
Alumni, Kmvaihau Olub, lmiola.
Club and others will tako part.
Prof. Borgor, Conductor.
Admission, 50 conts. Reserved
Box plrtn at Hollistor Drug Co.
On and nfter Thursday, October 29,
Dr. Jaines T. Whjbou will resume practice
at his oillco, corntr of King and Itichards
stnetH. Hours 0 to 11 a.m;2tot, ami
7 to 8 p. in. Ttlephouo3IO. -Ill Iw
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