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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A lady's capo bus beon t'ouud.
Tbrco ilugnoles nro ottered for
This is Ladies Day at tiio Paci
fic Tenuis courts.
Captain Ken calls out Co. Q for
drill tbis evening.
Tboro are a good many, sleopy
Japanese in town today.
James F. Morgan is back from
a trip to bis coffee plantations.
Tbo band will play at tbo Exo
cutivo building tbis afternoon.
Dr. Goodlmo and wifo loft for
homo on tbo Claudiuc last nigbt.
Annual roll call of moinbors at
tbo Central Union church tonight.
Bishop Willis is homo again,
hiving returned by tbo Hall last
Tbo Priond for November is
out, having tbo usual varietyof
news and opinion.
There aro nioro unemployed
porsons in Now Zoalaud than in
iroland or Scotland.
The Friend says tho Hawaiian
Board of Missions, treasury has
run behind about $1000.
Postmastor-General Oat is off
again to Maui and Kona on nil
other tour of inspection.
13. 13. Elders & Co.'s grand
opening is tbo subject of a balf
pogo display in this paper.
Tho work of constructing tho
roof over tbo new reservoir is bo
ing dono under tbo diroction of
W. E. Eowoll.
Tl.n l,lmnl nnatlc'u ,nr,n
. . .fa r , n i .i fa i.
consisted ot oi.yui couiais ot
wheat, valued at 8101,015. Sho is
bound to Calcutta. i
Goods nro being piled iuto B.
F. Ehlers & Co 's now storo today
as rapidly as a largo foico of
clerks can haudlo them.
Tbo representatives of Franco
aud Portugal paid official visits to
AV. O. Smith, Minister of Foroigu
Affairs ad interim, yostorday.
William G. Irwin was mado an
honorary momborof tho Hono
lulu Road club last night, aud
George Otterson an active mem
ber. In tbo British Isles during tbo
present century seven instances
have been recorded in which the
brido lias married tbo best man
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views at King
Bros. Evory prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho Debt ot our
Tho Ilobron Drug Co. advor-
tiso thT-"Best" uursor. This hot-
tlo has a unique device for admit-
ting tbo air at tho bottom, couso- '
qnontly tbo nipple does not col- j
lapse, ana mo cnnu uoes noi nave
To provout any mistakes or dis-
n.,.x;,U.v,r,,1lci Dlilmnrl'lmro Fnr onn.
son tickets for tho Frawltw on-
gngemont aro urged to call for
their seats without delay. The
salo for single performances com
meucos next Monday morning at
Pacific Lodge No. 1, Daughters
of Itoheknh, will give a literary
and dramatic entertainment,
followed by a dance, at Harmony
hall, Friday evening noxt. As
tbo dramatists, who aro popular
amateurs, aro beiug coached by
Bobt. Scott, a fine porformauco
may bo expected.
Whilo in Yokohama Georgo E.
Boardman frequently called on
Harry Smith, a well-known prin
ter who was formerly with tho
Advertiser and Star. Harry's
frionds will bo glad to know that
ho is doing well and is very
highly spoken of by his employ
ers. Ho is foreman of tho job
department in tho office of the
Box of Curios.
Tho demand for Universal
Stoves and Ranges is daily in
creasing. Tho socoud invoice has
nearly all been disposed of and a
third is on tho way. Tho superior
quality of tho castings of this fac
tory and tho lino finish of thoir
goods has givon thorn the reputa
tion thoy enjoy in tho United
States. They aro told by tho
Paoifio Hardware Co,
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer Fur It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole 'Ayents.
Tho Asbworth liquor case went
over ogam uutil the 7th.
Tboro is nothing doing in polico
circles, not oven a singlo arrest to
enliven tho monotony today.
Tho Manufacturers' Shoo Coin-
)any, exclusive' dealors in shoes,
iavo a chaugo of adv. in this
J. F. Morgan will bold a salo
of stocks on Saturday, including
a goodly block of Mutual Tele
phone. Sonio peoplo think that Pat
Cullon stowed away on tho Egro
tnont Castlo aud is now on tho
way to Calcutta.
John Nott exhibits a livo mou
gooBO in ono of tho windows of
his store. It was caught in a
circular rat trap.
Ah Cbong was reprimanded
aud dismissed on a charge of
truancy in Judge do la Yorgno's
court this morning.
Sanmol SucliB scored another
year to his well preserved ago,
along with tho Emperor of Japan
yesterday . His years arc now GG.
Tho battory caso in which
Thomas Mearus is tho defendant,
which was set for trial by Judgo
do la Vcrgno yostorday afternoon,
was not reached.
Two druuks who pleadod guilty
Mystic Lodge, K. of P.,
t given tho usual tino in tho ' wheel, fully covered byguurnn
:o court today. Ono who tec. No risk m buying them.
insisted on a trial of his caso was ,
lined double the amount. I
Tho timo of Judgo do la Yorgno '
was largoly takou up tbis morn- ,
g Willi 1110 trial 01 IUC
ing with tho trial or tho opium
cnon nmiinof All ICu-ntifT Tlin
. , , "" .,r , -x
Jdgiuout was guilty and tho fine
Tbo iron bark Gainsborough
was sold at auction a second timo
today, by Jamos F. Morgan, aud
was bought in by her former pur
chaser, Sanmol O. Allen, for
Certificate No. 103 for five
Bbares of Pioneer Building and
i Loan Association stock, standing
I in tho name of Jas. Kolikoli, has
been lost. A. Y. Gear will pay a
reword for its return to him.
A new brick and stonn block is
j to bo built on tho corner of King
aud Bethel streets aftor tho pros-
' ent leases expire on January 1st. '
! It is said tho corner storo will be !
occupied by McChosnoy & Sons '
as a retail grocery department. I
Tho members of the St. Louis ;
College Litoiary Society will ,
musical ana dramatic i
entertainment on Saturday ovon
, Novombor Mth. Tho play of
Tho boven Clerks, or Tho Tbreo
Thieves and tho Denouncer," will
bo put on tho boards, preceded by
tho laughablo sketch of "Now
Brooms Sweop Clean."
A rPgulnr "bouso-cleaning" is
, taking place at Willi, Nichols
I Co.'n big storo. They have bought
tho largest and bandHomest stock
' of llfli(lllV JTOflflrt OVnT lllTnOl'ted to
. tho Islands. Ono of tho best
buyors in the New York market
given carto blancuo to
tho finest and most
1 olaborato toys tor this season s
trade. Nothing but tbo very
latest uovolties will bo displayed
at Wall, Nichols omporiura this
A Lmly's Cnpo. Tho owner can Unvo tho
same by calling fit tHu llnllotiu Oflh-o nuit
paving lor this adrertUenitiiit. 450 2t
Ccrtilicato No. 105 for Five Sharon. Tenth
Sullen Htook of tho Pioneer Itu idling ami
Loan Association. Htaudmg iu tho nauo
of Jamos Kolikoli, Finder ploaso return
to the undersigned and receive reward,
45Mw A. V. GEAR.
Three llag Poles,
Length 120, 113 and 00 feet. Fir Lumber,
Btruight; for Bale at a reaBonnblo figure.
f- Apply to tho Oalm Lumber .t Build
g"o., L'd., King slieet. 1C0 hv
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K.
A Regular Convention of tho Mystio
Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., will bo hold at
their Castlo Hall, Fort Btroot, THIS (Wed
nortday) KVENINO.-at 7:.'I0 o'clock.
Woiik in the Tumi) Hank.
lirothcra of Oahu Lodgo, No. 1, and all
visiting brethren aro cordially invited to
Per order uf the C. C.
O. 15. CRAY,
4.'0-lt K. of 11. iV. S.
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
k W SgS3 8
A popular wheel
In n voting contest in tbo
States for tbo most popular
bicycle, tbo Wuvcrley was found
to have won tbo hearts of tbo
Waver ley, -
1'ho Wuverlcv i"J a high grade
lliey aro easy to buy, only 8S5
for 1S0G Wheels. A full ttoek
constantly on hand. Call and
r, -r-T-r tt i
i . vv . nourun, Agent.
King St., over John Nott's store.
Do You Read Them ?
Do You Want Ono ?
Callighan & Co.
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i J-ITTLE' p?WN j-O.,
1 AWYERS CooPEPATIVE
Wc make a specialty of
bo pleased to linvo the
Legal Fraternity of tho
Islands call on us when
wanting a Law publica
tion, at the lowest possible
price. We are also
Law" Office Su
Document Files, Legal
Papers, Typewriter Pa
pers, Ribbons for all
makes of Machines.
In fact, we can show you tho
greatest variety of Labor sav
ing devices of any House1 in
Town. If you want to save
money, come our way, wo are
tho Money Savers for you.
Wall, Nichols Go,
113 KING STREET.
NOVEMBEll 1, 181)6.
k i o
Sonio peoplo do not enro for
brenkfnat mush but thoso whoso
faco.3 bear tlio blush ol health aro
tho ones who cat it. Wo havo
just ndcleil to our stock a largo aa
sortmont from tlioUol Monto mills.
It iucludos "Morning Meal"
(whout), Cream Flako vonts), and
breakfast outs. Wo linvo also
whole wheat Hour in 10 lb. bags.
Good breakfast dishes these and
so is a bit of smoked Halibut or
S tl imm of tho eort wo soil.
Fresh Cranberries go well bb a
sauce for turkey. We sell thorn.
For lunch dainties wo havo a
thousand and one articles but
tlioro is nothing hotter than
Pvoynns a la Bordulaise, a littlo
B'irdiiio packed with tomato sauco
and chopped mushrooms. For
luuclicou theso aro excellent. Lo
marclmncTs genuine Sardines aro
tlio best ubtainnbln in Franco, wo
have less exponsivo ones that aro
caught nnywhoro. '
Brillinntshino is tho best metal
polisher known. Wo havo tho
paste in small tins nud tho liquid
in halE pints and largor. You
cvn not mako a mistake iu buying
In order to got rid of tho stock,
as wo do not intond carrying it
longer, wo oll'er our largo stock of
Kirk's toilet soaps at cost prico. A
Lewis & Co.,
For Sale or To Let.
Throo Hont-os near Pnuuliou Collrpe,
contuiuiuc from eoron to nine rooms, bath
room, linllH, cloBOtH, etc Now, icotlerti
mid convtminnt. Good view, hoiutliy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
ra u iw;
. LJ M xHbV
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j: Xfr38 12. 1 t
it 0.5, $ 2 p- x VH z
t c 12.8. S3, lisv t
I : O g--3' S Sh it
i : - u S 5- 3 PWJ it
t: ht o x
I it 2. S S SI 'W Z-m.
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J. A. BUTTERFIELD, j
Contractor & Hviilclor j
IVitimnlos rInoii. llepairn and altorn
tions mado. Work kivuu prompt ntlcutiou.
W Teleplwuo b.rl. -131-3m
fccwaxrji - m rw Mm tni rn
THIS WEEK !
WASH LACIS-:-WASH LACES
N. S. SACHS'
IS" 3F I "S7- 3E3 ''sal )
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
WASH LACES !
COME AND SEE THEM.
etter Than a Phonograph
A Great Invontion. Everybody can afford ono.
Plays thousands of tunos. A child can nmnngo
Call sxncl Sec Ono at
21 Kaahumanu Street.
St. Louis College Hall
SATURDAY, Nov. 14
Musical and Dramatic Enter
tainment. 'THE SEVEN CLERKS"
"The Three Thieves and
With the Laughublo Skotch
" New Brooms Sweep
Will liu presented by Members of tbo St
LouW College, Literary fioelety.
The Collcgii Cliolr and Orchestra will fur
uleb tlie raiislcnl part of tlio prorntu.
llox IMaii Hill be opened at tbo (iolJou
Kulo Unzaar on Saturday, Nov. 7, nt 0 a iu.
Performance commences at half past seven
p. m. 43o-td
p. W. Schmidt J$oqiS
hold this week a
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
Attention, Company G.
AltMOUY COMI'ASV O, N. (t. IT.,
IIonou'i.u, November 4, IMU. J
KVEHV MKMHCU OV THIS t'OJI
puny Ih hereby ordered to reiwrt
nt the Drill Shed, THIS (Wednesday)
KVKNINU, Novembfr 4, ISiMi. ut
7.::0 o'clock, for Drill.
10HN M. KV.,
t Captaiu Couimuiuliiig.
of the Price!
. . ,
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Monjan.
AUCTION SALE OF
fShares of ffiocfe.
On SATURDAY, Nov. 7th,
AT 12 O'OLOOK NOON,
At my SulcHroom, Qiifon ''troot, I will
sell nt l'ulilio Auction, tho following
ShnroH of Stock:
200 Shares Paukaa Plantation
Co., Par value $10.
108 Shares Mutual Telephone
Co., Far valuo $10.
20 Shares E. O. Hall & Son,
Ltd, Par valuo 8100.
21 Sharea Paia Plantation Co.,
Par valuo $100.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
There will bo Hold at Public Auction, at
tho aucilou roouiB ot Jas. V. Morgan
Situntrdon the east corner of Kueaumoka
Mrcct and Wilder avenue In MaMkl.
The location of theso lots Is out) of thi
best iu Honolulu. Tho neighbors are nmon
tho best In the city.
lif For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to W.O, Achi .V Co., Real Kntt
Silver Wat oh (Hotherain's lover), winds
with koy. l'inder plenso return to IIul.
LCTiNOilleo. Howard. 4IS3t
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