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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Ih it McKiulcy or Bryuu ?
American League meoting 'to
night. Thoro were uo arrests imule to
day up to 2 o'clock.
P. 0. Jones and wife are expect
ed homo on the next Auuluilin.
Monthly meeting of Honolulu
noau Uluu tins evening at 7:bU.
An interesting interview with
eorgo A. lioardman appears on
ho first page.
Tho P. M. S. S. Peru was built
by tho Union Iron Works, San
Francisco, in 1892.
. t-i w t i n t ii
juuiiuii a-. . x'uuiuuur, mo
veteran bnilijf of tl. hgher courts,
laid aside by illness.
Tho Massachusetts census shows
that tho women ontuumber tho
uiuii uy more man (u,uuu.
Everybody throughout the Uni
ted Sttitos will breathe a sigh of
relief at sundown tonight.
At tho meeting of Company B.
last night First Lieutenant E. A.
Jacobson was ro elected.
Mr. Chiozawa loft for Japan in vl.llcu !l oroI's of tho papaya
tho Bteamor'Peru, on business for imc. ,ind l)een "ddod. If the
the Kobe Immigration Company, natives, "re to be behoved tho
m. r , n , , . same effect is obtained by hanging
The Woman's Board of Mis- la tou8li fowl or tho meat of a
sums is in session at Central bullock under tho tree in such a
Union church parlors this after- i wuy t!mt tho exbulntions of pa
no011, ' pniuo pormonto tho meat. Great
Three druuks got tho usual fine surprises have beon porpotrated
this morning, while another ono on visitors by natives inclined to
is Honoring up in the pohco
In spito of threatening woathor
last night, tho bund concort
drow tho usual big crowd to Emma
James F. Morgan will sell at
auction four beautiful homestead
sites at Makiki on Suturduy tho
Consular Hugs aro ilyiug today
and tho U. S. S. Adams is dressed
out in honor of the Japanese Em
Japnnoso stores throughout tho
city are resplendent in red nnd
white decorations. There will bo
an extonsive illumination at night.
Lotto and Kokaha, two swipo-
sollinc natives, pleaded cuiltv of
soiling lirpior without a license
this morning. Sentence was bus-
Manager du Roi of B.F. Ehlers
& Co. t-ays he oxpects to open up
business on Saturday. Electric
light fixtures woro boing put in
tho now Htore today.
B.F.Ehlers&Co.'s now store on
Bethel street will be closed until !
Saturday morning next, to allow
their large and handsome new
stock to be properly placod.
In tho election hold by Cora '
pany H. hist night to fill tho va
cancy caused by tho desertion of
H. . iiou88, frivato Carly lo was
elected oynr Corporal Coon by a
vote of 2J to 7. ,
Tho performance given by tho
Gonzales troupo nt Indepondouco ' .ilU ?t oir At itninuo."
Park was very well rendered. Mr. .... . .
Burns assisted and all tho mom- ! illG tlUo o tlus wellkuown
bers of the company woro enthu- bu(' ns well as tho song itself
siastically applauded by tho largo ' emanated from tho biain of an
auclience- ' employe of the Buffalo Browing
Tho trial of Thomas Mearns, Company. That enterprising firm,
who is accused of battering Bon j bolioving that a man who could
Kaluna over tho head with a compose so catchy nn air must
shovel, is on this afternoon. Tho have a largo aud well balanced
two tiro working on tho Nuuanu I brain, straightway raised his sala
Btream improvements and had an . i"y- This has proven to be a cood
affray yesterday afternoon.
takes placo this afternoon from
. , . . . . . r .
2 to 5.
Subscribers are notified that
season tickets for the Frawloy en
gagement will bo ready for de
livery tomorrow morning. All
tickets not takon up by Saturday
night, will bo placed on sale noxfc
Monday morning. Tho Frawloy
Company will arrive on tho lGth.
Katnaka Palikapu confossed in
tho polico court today that ho was
tho one who stole $281 out of W.
E. Bowoll's dosk, but rofused to
stato what ho had dono with tho
balance of tho money. Ho was
sontoncjd to two years' imprison
ment at hard labor by Judge do la
" ' I !
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents.
K HH8lUiftlW,inrtPF JNrf VPWtf
mi: MoMiKnri':. iwrwv.
Vlrtiict In a IIhwiiIImii J'nill lti-irl)il
ly n lUltiir.
Colonel Georgo A. Nolnn of
Los Angeles, formerly Public
Administrator of Kansas Citv. a
' manufacturer nnd tunn of exten
sive travel, tells an interesting
story of tho Hawaiian papaya
plant or tree. He has just made
investigations that lead him to bo
Hovo that it embodies many of tho
( virtues heretofore supposed to
' dwoll in tho fabled fountain of
1 Speaking of tho marvelous tree
. av Mwiuvi.il jcijtijti II Ull UUIUUl'l
iiomn i6 ronorieu ov tno Hun
!?, . nii i ... ..:.i.
ffiT t'' br ngs forth a
strango-looking melon fruit, not
' unlike a mushmolon. Tho juice
of tlio fruit possesses tho quality
or dissolving mear. navini? a
strange oh"eet on muscular floors,
apparently disintoginting thorn
completely. Colonel John Bowler
of Honolulu showed me a tough
chicken whioh became as tender
as a young broilor whou boiled
for a fow minutes in wator to
oa wags y malting a tougii pioco
of meat tender in n few minutes
1 by pnsing it through water mndo
stronc with nnnaine. nrotondiim.
however, to achieve tho purpose i
by an incantation to tho Goddess
I "It is a mnrvolous fact that ono
i soon becomes accustomed to eut
. ing tho fruit, which cures
, dyspopsia and adds to one's gen
KnlviillonUI uii Trlnl.
Captain Zimtners and Cadet
Viola Monroo of tho Salvation
Army woro on trial this morning
on tho charge of committing tho
ofrouso of common nuisance in
nlmfrilflillir tlln tllrrllivnir niwl
, nnrtJnnlnri,, u,ni n;nn
0f it known as iho junction of I
Hotel and Nuuanu Btreots, on Sat'
j urday evening last. W. It. Castlo
and J. Q. Wood appeared for tho
, defenso and Marshal Brown for
! Ollicor Willis, who mado
I tho arrest, and Gas Cordes
! both testified that tho street
wns pbBtraoted by reason of the
meeting held by tho Army
mat volticles could not pass.
L. M. Simonson and tho two
defendants gavo testimony exactly
tho opposite to that of tho police
and tho court finally discharged
A almilnr nlltirrfn nrvni.inl aiv tF
tho rank and iilo Sf th'SArmy was
movo ou their part as is testified i
i if vnn nnn rnr nnn rt Inaa nf (nF
falo and ono of Pabst beer, tho
fine product of tho Milwaukee
browory. lxchangoablo checks
good at nil the above-mentioned
resorts aro givon in chango if you
only want ono drink. "Best beer
ovor in Honolulu," is tho verdict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. If you think it's only good tea
and coffeo that wo aro selling, a
call will convinco you that the
Palama Grocery is a well appoint
ed store, stocked with tho most
approved brands of goods; and if
tho gratuitous testimonies of its
patrons aro true, they havo saved
considerable, since thoy commenc
ed to deal with us. Tho proof of
tho pudding, otc. Palama Gro
cory, opposite Railway Depot.
Tel. 765 ovory tim,e.
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral for
coughs and colds 50 cents a
bottle at Hollister Drug Co.'s.
Hig.iost of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Hero is a nursing
bottle Hint will
prove n comfoit to
infunts. It litis 4
points in its favor.
1. It has a valve
m ni itil.tt ! 11... I
wi t. iiiiui. in niu
end of tho bottlo I
hich admits nir. I
bnck of food, ns fast
ns food is drawn out, j
easy and ninking it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
" 'i0 vnlvo does
not leak, -fV is ensily ad
justed, but 'Lv1 cannot bo
nulled out hv M the baby.
tion is possible,
as there arc no
angles or cor
ners in the
. mis nurbei
having an opening
ca-'lt end, ran be
a point ot
the greatest importance
I'rico, 23 cents, comploto.
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
" Merit talks" tho ISSKI nn
intrinsic valuo of $ & U B"
Ilood'aSaraaparllla. M G.M ut2
Merit In medicine means tho power to
cure. Hood's Sarsapnrlllu po3cseci) actual
and unequalled curativo jtowor and there
fore it has true merit. When you buy
Hood's Sarsaparllla,and tnko it nccordlnir
to directions, to purify your blood, or
euro any of tho many blood dlccnses, you
aro morally certain to rocelvo benefit.
Tho power to euro is there. You aro not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
ilrtvo out tho germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build upthowholesystcm.
Sovoro Cnso of Dyspopsia
" I suffered from dyspepsia 20 years. I
had a feeling as though there was a lump
in my stomach. I did not dare to cat
meat or warm bread, very few vegetables,
for fcarot tho great distress food caused
mn. T nTnitrfiinrMl rnllnf !rvKt nrio.inm.
mencinc to toko Hood's Snrsftnnrui,,. Mv ,
appetite increased, I gained in general
health and strength. I can eat almost any- '
I had been nn invalid for twenty years, I
vm huiuiuiij tttjr bllttl X Ulil UUllUr IUUII
for a long time. I never weighed so much
in my lifo." Mrs. Emily P. Bump, 15
Portland Street, Middiohoro, Mass.
j 1 rreparal only by 0. 1. Hood 4 Co., Lowi'll, Mail.
1IUUU 2s rlllS easy to oiHTiito. .,
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Silver Wntoh (ItothcratuM lever), winds
with lcoy. Findor please roturn to Uul
LCT1.V Oillee. Howard. 418 3t
MISS CHARLOTTE H. FABMELEE
Is now projiared to tnko n limited num
BX9 Itesiilenw: 220 Ilcretaniit sticot,
oiijjosite Hotel RiiteH. 418 1m
Real Estate Transactions
8nbseri!er8 ate furnished with from tivo
to six lista nor week, giving an accurate
record of nil deed, mortgagor, leaKoi, re
leases, nowers of attorney, etc, etc., which
aro jilacod on record. Also a. list of nil
district court judgments.
huhseription 1'rlco, S2.00 jtcr Month.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King St, Honolulu.
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NOVEMBER n. lfiflR.
1 n C 1
-I O. 2
c; ". s crcp
a I E 81
i s &
Somo people do not euro for
breakfast mush but thoso whoso
faces bear tho blush of health aro
i tho ones who eat it. Wo havo
J just ndded to our stock a largo as-
s trtment from tho Del Monte mills.
It includos "Morning Meal"
(wheat), Cream Flako (oats), nnd
breakfast outs. Wo havo also
whole wheat flour in 10 lb. bags.
Good breakfast dishes these and
so is a bit of smoked Halibut or
Silmon of tho sort wo sell.
Fresh Cranberries go well as a
sauce for turkey. We sell them.
For lunch dainties wo havo a
thousand and one articles but
thoro is nothing bettor than
Royans a la Bordelaiso, a littlo
sirdino packed with tomato sauco
aid ellOIinod imiqlirnnmo. TVir
luncheon thoso aro excellent. Lo
luncheon thoso aro excellent.
marchand'B gonuino Sardines are
,, . .... .
tlto best obtainable in Franco, wo
have less oxponsivo ones that are
Brilliantshiuo is tho host metal
polishor known. Wo havo tho
pnsto in small tins and tho liquid
in half pints and larger. You
ctnnot nitiko a mistake in buying
In order to got rid of tho stock,
as wo do not intoud carrying it
longer, wo offer our largo stock of
Kirk's toilot soaps atjeost price. A
Lewis & Co.,
Kort Streot, - - Honolulu
In the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit,
Ilftwalinn Islands. In Haukruptuy. In the
mutter of tho Jiaukruptoy of Henry F. Poor
of Honolulu. Creditors of tho miiil Hunk-
nipt uio hereby notified to ooiuo in nnd !
Circuit Court of tho First Circuit, nt Hono
lulu, on Wcdnosdny, tho 4th day of
Novembor, 1800. between the hours of 10
o'clock in tho foronoon and noon of the
said day, nnd elect nu Assignee, or Assignees,
of tho tuid Bankrupt's Estate.
By tho Courts
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
On aud nftor Thursday, Octobor 20,
Dr. Janien T. Wnyson'will roumo piuctlco
nt Ills ollico, corner of King and Kicliunls
Htieetu. Hours 0 to 11 h. ui ; 2 to 1, nnd
7 to 8 p.m. Telephono nifi. Ill-lw
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THIS WEEK !
WASH LACES -:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
Fine White Muslin in cpn
A great stock of
EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH
B Wo expect within ton dayB
Ordered Speoialy by Us !
T1ub is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
hold this week a
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
G08 Nuuanu Stkeet.
Harry Klemme, - - Prop.
The 13est in
tho "World - - -
Best of Liquors Wines.
CJk. Our S.doon is thoroughly renovated
and refurnished nnd wo trust that our
stock will plcaso every taste.
COME AND SAMPLE IT,
"R'nv Knin nv Tn Tot
Tlireo Houses nenr Fnnahon Colbgo,
containing from raven to nino rooms, buth
room, hnlis, closots, etc. Now, modern
nnd convenient. Good iew, hoalthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. HUTTERFIELD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Conlrnctor & Builder
EstimntcH L'ien. Ilepnirs nnd altera
tions made. Woik given prompt utteution.
1ST Telcphono 831. 431-3m
a groat and now stook of
ylcio?i Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Oil Saturday; Nov. uth,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Tliuro will bo sold at Tublic Auction, nt
thouuciiou looms of Jos. F. Morgan
HOMESTEAD ' ,
Situated on tho east corner of Kccautnoku
Btreetand Wilder avenuo In Makiki.
Tho location or theso lots Is one ot the
host In Honolulu. The neighbors are amonc
the best In the city.
13?"" For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to W.O
Achi .t Co
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
Kiug St. noitr Tliumus Square
$" Koivcrt Frosli ovory Day
Cakes : and : Pies : to : Order
H. P. SINGER,
Tolopliono 872. Solo Prop'r.
0231 Fort Htrcot, Vco Sing Tai Building.
LadiBB DrBss MakBr,
55?" Fiuo woik n specialty. Al, veiy
duo Underwear mndo to order. All work
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