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EVENJNG lU'LLMTIN, NOVEMBER 2, 1898.
WVIM HffH WOMh'M
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A roof is being constructed
ovor tho Punchbowl reservoir.
Leland F. Jumos, U. S. N., is a
through pnsseugor on tho 1'oru.
Sheriff L. M. Baldwin is in tho
city, having arrived on tho Mika
linln. The government baud will play
at Emma squitro this evening at
Extensive repairs are boing
made to tho old Contral House on
Tho Monowai reached Sau Fran
cisco on her last trip four hours
ahead of time.
The rogular monthly meeting
of tlio Y. Al. 0. A. takes plnea this
ovoniug at 7:!30.
Tho box plau for the initial per
formance of Trov.itor is Htill
open. Standing room at $1.
Ayor'u Ohorry Pectoral for
coughs and colds 50 cents a
bottlu at Hollistor Drug Co.'s.
Highest test 1'eiirl Oil, deliver
ed to any part of tho city, 0. O. D.
for S'2.10 n case by Castle it Cooke,
Stanford University won tho
football game against the Rolinnco
Club on Octobor 24th by a score
of 10 to 0.
Tho Gonzales family had a good
audience at their farewell benefit
at Independence park on Satur
Hon. Paul Isonberg, Mrs. Tson
borg and Misses Isouberg (2)
arrived from Germany this morn
ing by the steamship Peru.
Mrs. Dole, wife of tho Presi
dent, returned by the I'oru today
from an oxtondod visit to rela
tives in tho Eastern States.
Tho two Biudt brothers havo
run away from tho San Francisco
pesthouso to escape being sent to
tho hospital with other lepers.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany, in a change of advertising
matter today, culls attention to tho
morits of portable enameled iron
bath tubs aud nickel-pluteddoublo
One hundred and twenty dozon
of the old roliablo Ayor's Cherry
Pectoral, arrived ex bark "Edward
May" for the Hollistor Drug Co.,
and will bu sold by them at fifty
cents per bottle.
Miss Panneleo, of whoso piano
playing favorable reports wore re
ceived in papers from tho States
while she was thoro, having lately
returned homo is prepared to re
ceive a few pupils.
Tbero will be a mooting of tho
Woman's Board of Missions at tho
Central Union church, at 2:130 p.
m. tomorrow. Mrs. E. A. Jouos
will read a paper on mission work
among the Indians.
Hugo Fishor's beautiful paint
ings nro now ou exhibition at tho
Pacific Hardware Company's art
rooms. Mr. Fisher will leave for
the coast on tho next Australia on
account of his boh Hugo's poor
Tho Coptic arrived in San Fran
cisco after a quick passugo of o
days anil 20 hours fiom this port.
She was two days ahead of time,
having mado tho voyage from
Yokohunia in 15 day3 aud 21
hours including a stop of 1U hours
Dr. Pi. W. Anderson, the Hotol
street dentist, has received word
of his father's death at Plainfield,
Now Jersey, of which ho had been
many years a resident. The lato
Mr. Anderson was 70 years of ago
and was lately visited by Dr. An
derson. Major W. B. Hoopor of tho
Occidental Hotol, so well known to
many Honolulu pooplo, who has
been ill so long, despite a visit to
Southorn California, has been re
covering gradually since his re
turn to San Francisco and is ablo
to bo out for an hour or so each
Tho Salvation Army attempted
to start a meeting on tho corner
of Hotel and Fort street ou Sat
urday evening and were promptly
arrested. They wore released on
their own recognizance to appear
in Court this morning. Among
thoir number wore tio sailors
from tho U. S. S. Adams.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Knoxon Brand.
Auk Your Grocer Fur Jt.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Atjcnts,
Sugar is still !l cnuts.
A Japanese lady arrived in tho
Peru to take charge of tho Jupa -nose
Iron lloor joists for tho back
balcony of tho Judiciary building
tiro being carted to tho ground.
About 5125 names woro regis
tered at Thrum's storo at noon of
thoso who wish to voto tomorrow.
Attoruoy Case is acting as
Bhortlmud reportor in tho Circuit
Court, Mr. Jones boing otherwise
A silver koy winding watch wap
lost on Saturday uftoruoon. Ho
ward for its roturu to tho Bulle
Standard foods for infants and
invalids have been received in
great supply by the Hollistor
There was a largo attendance at
tho drill shed Saturday ovouiug to
hoar tho combined concert in aid of
Tho Gorman barks Spica and
H. Hackfold woro profusely deco
rated with flags today in honor of
Mr. Ieonberg's arrival.
Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Neumann
sailed from Sun Francisco in the
steamor Para on Saturday, Octo
bor 24, for Guatemala, whoro they
will romtiin for tho winter.
The two cases of toads men
tioned in tho shipping columns
woro finully taken from tho wharf
at 1 o'clock and will bo liboruted
In tho police court this morniug
tho case of Liout. Zimmers, Cadet
Monroo and six othor Salvation
Army people, arrested for ob
structing tho street ou Saturday
night, was continued till tomorrow.
l Kimun Square.
Tho band will render tho fol
lowing selections at Emma Square
this ovoning, commencing at 7:30:
Selection- II Trovatorc Verdi
Toll l'ntnchnnn Mki no a like. Maluakc Ao.
A Hunt In the Til.irk Forest Vnelkcr
Wnltz N'ew Lire (nc ) Koniek
l'olU-Squec;co (by request) Cutov
llfpr Is Food.
Good boor builds up both bone
and brawn. It's strengthening
nourishing. Tho Gormaus aro
tho greatest beer drinkers. Whoro
is thoro a hardior or more stal
wart race of men? Pure beer is
beneficial to invalids, bra-jing to
tho weary, r.-freshing to all.
"Iiainior" a class by itself. Kept
freshly tapped or in bottles at tho
Word was received bv mail to-
day by Captain Dodge that tho '
ijeuver team Had lost thoir match
with tho Sharpshooters. Their
scorn was 857 against Su'5 by tho
Silver Watch (ItotliHrum's lover), winds
with key. Finder pluaso iitturu to Rul
L1.TI.V OUlco. Howard. 1 18 lit
MISS CHARLOTTE H. PARMELEE
Is now prepared to tufco n liaiitoil num
Residence: 220 Beretania street.
opposito Hotel gates. 418 Im
Attention, Company B.
AiiMOiir Comi'anv Ii, N. O. n 1
Honolulu, November 2, 1890. j
B EVERY MEMBER OF THIS COM
maud ii hereby ordered to report at
tho Drill Shed, THIS (Monday)
KVE.MNli, No ember :.', lv., at 7.:;u
o'cloek sharp, to elect Flnt Lieu
tenant. Uniform and Side Arms.
E. A. JACOUSON.
4 13-1 1 Lieutenant Commanding.
Attention, Company H.
Armoky Company II, N. O. II.,
Honolulu, November 2, 1800.
H EVERY MEXIRER OF THIS COM
niand is hereby ordored to report
nt the Drill Shed, THIS ( Monday)
EVENING, November 2, 1890, nt
7:30 o'clock sharp, to elect First
Lioutciiunt. Uniform aud Hide Avms.
T. Ii. MURRAY,
418 It Captain Commanding.
Persons desirous of making nn invest
ment oau purcliaio a piyhig block of pro
perty fronting on King nnd Mannnkea
etreetw by oiling ou
IK) tf JOIINF. COLDUHN.
Highest of all in Livening Power. -Latest U. S. Qov't Report.
H mRmr& SnJ
Ooioiafa ffflpl 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.
This is tho complaint of
thousands nt thM season.
They havo no appetite; Jood
docs not relish and ottcn (alls to digest.
causing Bcvero suffering. Such pcoplo
need tho toiling up of tho stomach and
digestive orgaus, which n course of Hood's
Barsaparllla will jjlvo them. It also puri
nes and enriches tho blood, cures that dis
tress after eating and
Only a dyspeptic can know, creates an
appetite, overcomes that tired feeling and
builds up and sustains the wholo physical
system. It so promptly and effectively
relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures
nervous headaches, that it seems to havo
almost " a magic touch."
Distress Aftor Eating.
"I havo been troubled with indigestion
for eomo time. After eating anything
that was sweet I was suro to experience
great dlfllculty aud distress. Last fall I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla and am
glad to say that my stomach troubla has
entirely disappeared. I can now eat a
hearty meal of almost any kind of food
and have no trouhlo afterwards. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has also cured mo of nervous
spellB." .!oir:; II. Homriqiiausek,
Wbcatlmd, Iowa. Such cures provo that
Is the licit In fact the One Truo Wood Purifier.
Prepared by ft I. Hood tt Co., Lett ell, Mast.
u ii r--ii euro nautea, lnilli;estluu,
nOOU S PlIlS biliousness. 25 cents.
Hobron Drug Co.. Agents.
Building and Loan Aociafcion
Tlio Regular Monthly Mooting
will bo hold at tlio Chatnbor of
Commercoon MONDAY EVEN
ING. November 2, 1890, ut 7:;0
SCPaymonts are required in
A. V. GEAR,
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. near Thomas Square
KSSSorved Fresh every Dny
Cakes : anil : Pies : to : Order
II. F. SINGEIi,
Tolophoiio 872. Solo I'rop'r.
Somo people do not caro for
breakfost mush but thoso whoso
faces bear the blush of health aro
tho onos who eat it. Wo havo
just added to our stock a largo as
sortment from tlio Del Moulo mills.
It includes "Morning Meal"
(wheat), Cream Flako voats), and
breakfast oats. Wo have also
whole wheat Hour in 10 lb. bogs.
G )od broakfoBt dishes these and
so is a bit of smoked Halibut or
Silnion of tho tort wo sell.
Fresh Cranberries go well as a
sauce for turkey. We sell them.
For lunch dainties wo have a
thousand and one articles but
thero is nothing bottor than
lt'iyans a la Uordelaise, a littlo
s irdino packed with tomato sauco
and chopped mushrooms. For
luncheon these aro excellent. Lo
in irchand's genuine Sardines are
tlio best obtainable in France, wo
have lesB oxponsivo ones that aro
lSrilliantshiiie is tho host metal
polisher known. Wo havo tho
paste in small tins and tho liquid
in half pints and largor. You
oinnot make a mistake in buying
In ordor to got rid of tho stock,
as wo do not intoud carrying it
longer, wo oll'or our large stock of
Kirk's toilot soaps atcost prico. A
Lewis & Co.,
F"ort Street, - - Honolulu
In the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
Hawaiian Islands. In Bankruptcy In tho
matter of tlio liaukruptoy of Henry F. Poor
of Honolulu. Creditors of the mud Dunk
rupt uro hereby notified to come in and
provo their debts beforo tho Clerk of the
Circuit Court of tho First Circuit, nt Hono
lulu, on Wednesday, tho -Itli day of
Novenibor, 1800, betweou tlio iiouro of 10
o'clock in tho forenoon nnd noon of tho
Biiiil diiy, nnd eloct an AHHignco, or AsHiyneea,
of tho mild Iiankrupt's Estate.
lly tho Court:
445-5t J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
On nnd nftor Thursday, October 2!),
Dr. Jniuos T. Wnybou will lusuine pmctico
nt his oilico, corner of King and lUchurds
streeth. Hours 0 to 11 a. lii.j 2 to I, nnd
7 to 8 ii. ui. Telonhono 3 10, -1 U. lv
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THIS WEEK !
WASH L AGES -:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
Wo havo received an iuimcnso stock of Infants and
Invalids Foods, consisting in part of ...
Mellins', Nestle's, Horlicks',
Lactated, Imperial Granum,
And last, but not loisfc, tlio only
flSS Wo haven't any particular hobby to force on you,
but if you want food for Infants or Invalids, the placo to
get it is at the
H0LLISTER DRUG CO.,
hold this week a
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
(iOS Nuuanu Stiieet.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
The Best in
the World - - -
Best of Liquors $ Wines.
E$V. Our Siloon la thoroughly renovated
and refurnished and wo trust thnt our
stock will please every tasto.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Houses near Puuahou ColItRe,
containing from cevon to niuo rooms, bath,
room, halls, elobots, etc. New, modern
and convenient. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTEKFIEIiD,
J. A. BUTTEKFIELD,
Contractor & Builder
Estimates plon, ltepaira nnd altera
tions mndo. Work ivcu prompt nttention.
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The Undkiihioned bog to nn
noiuico that from aud nftor
Tliursday Night,0ct. J, 1896
ST. LOUIS BEER
Will ho Borvod ON DRAUGHT
To moot tho timoB nnd competi
tion, it will bo furnished nt
I2kts. Per Glass
"Wo quoto from lottor of tho
Auliuusor-BuBoh 13 rowing Asso
ciation tinted August 8th:
"Your hounrahlo firm having represents!
us for so many years we bcllee It uselens to
call your attention to the merits of our arti
cle, hut we should like to repent ni;aln and
call your attention to the fact that ours Is
THE ONLY 1UUE BAItt.EY MAI.T 11EER
MANUKACTCKED, and cum lereallue and
other adulterants as well as acids, for the
iireenatlon of beer, arc unknown In ourcj
tablUhuient. With the alioo jou may go
before tho public In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
tlio high reputation of Auhousor
Roer. Its introduction in any
aud every market mnkes it tin
immedinto fnvorito. It Brands
without a poor, without a rival,
without ovon a competitor. It
ri-coived tho highest nwnrds at tho
Colunibiau Exposition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho provniling prico of
12 Cents Per Glass,
places U within tho reach of all,
and ho is n wiso mnu who gets
tho best quality for the loast
MACFflRLONE & CO.,
(123J Fort Strodf, Yeo Sing Tni Uuili ing,
Ladies Dress Maker,
131" Pino woik a specialty. Also, vciy
Htm underwoir n.ft.lu to order. All woik
tw . iT
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