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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBEll (i. 18.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Court Lunnlilo will moot this
Tho Honolulu ltoail Club nieels
this evening ut 7:30.
The now Maemao Rcliool is to
bo opened on Monday morning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sulir loft on tho
this morning for u trip to tho Hall
Threo inches and a half of rain
foil at Maknwoli plantation on
Link McCandless received some
fino stock on tho W. H. Diiuond
Go and boo Hugo Fishor's
paintings, and make your selec
tions before tho sale.
Romombor your chanco to got
good paying socuritioB at Mr.
Morgan's salo tomorrow.
During tho nbsonco of Minister
Cooper the Board of Education 1
will meet on Thursday afternoon
instoad or Wednesday as hereto
fore Reception and dance on tho U.
S. S. AdnuiB this aftornoon. This
will probably be tho last given, as
tho Alort is expected to arrive in
a weok or two.
Season subscribers for tho
Frawley engagement are taking
up their beats rapidly. Tho Bale
for sinclo performances com
mences on Monday morning.
pital and his injuries attended to.
"The Y. P. S. C.E.of tho Central
Union Churoh will hold a social
in tho church parlors at 7:30 this
ovouing. A cordial invitation is
oxtondod to the young peoplo to
Tho yacht Coronet sailod from
San Francisco for Now York on
October loth, under command of
Captaiu Crosby. Hor owner,
Captain James, went to New York
Lioutonant ltowoll and Ser
geants Wilder, Goro and Crauo
are candidates for tho position of
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Roserved seats for tho dramatic
entertainment at St. Louis Col
logo on the evening of tho 14th
can be obtained at tho Golden
Rule Bazaar after 9 o'clock tomor
In tho police court this morning
a nuinbor of minor cases, includ
ing those of six Japanese who are
out on $50 bail each for peddling
foreign goods without a licouse,
wont over till next week.
The nolico arrosted a Chinaman !
xno pouoo luruauii uiiiumuiin ,
mm muiuiiiij .. . uu. .(j ,,.
possession. Nino liJl.ee nuts
Miiu inriKtiiiif inr iiniMiirr nninni in 1
ntieu wuii tno urug were iouuci
between tho outer and inner
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uuvuuiil: wt i .i.tiu fcu-wb. i
One of tho Chinese drivers of 1
the Oahu Luinbor and Building I
Company was thrown out of a cart j
and badly injured about tho head 1
in a runaway accident at the King 1
street bridge yesterday ovoniug. I
Tho Lihuo Plantation Company
ha3 elected tho following ollicors:
Paul lsonborg, president; 0. M.
Cooko, vico- president; W. C.
Parke, secretary; J. F. Hackfeld,
treasurer, and A. S. Wilcox, audi
tor. A couplo of cows got away from
two sailors on the W. H. Dimoud
this morning and had a fino timo
for an hour and a.half . They visit
ed tho governmont buildings and
other placos of interest in tho city I
before being captured.
A native sailor on tho steamer , n8 or J'01"' "o"1 bo offered . is,)0ssiblo I tt
Kauai lost two fingers yesterday 'lK fe' "!.1!' as tl oiTre no K
by getting them caught in a flnatch ' "" .."'"" """ "l "'" Vu"ul,' l"' "" , .,,,, or ,.,.
,ii, rr , !,.?.. 4i,Q i.,..,. 1 ductions of Hugo Fisher's brush, angles 01 coi-
"Tho Seven Clerks or tho
Three Thieves and tho Denoun
cer" will bo produced by tho St.
Louis College Litorary Society,
Nov. 1-1. AIbo tho sketch untitled
"New Brooms Swoop Clean." Tho
box plan opens tomorrow at tho
Golden Rulo Bazaar.
Hon. Z. K. Pangborn of New
Jersey, who dolivored tho Fourth
of tTuly oration here, has boon
Btuinping tho Stato of Virginia iu
tho IntorostB of tho Republican
tiokot. About UOO meetings wore
arranged for iu that Stato by tho
National Republican Committee
in tho last three wook& of the
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Oiocer For It.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Dr. J. M. Whitnoy and wife
loft for Hawaii this morning.
Natives say that Uiillon has
gono to join tho loper outlaw Koo
lau nncl that ho will never bo
The high tido last night reach
ed tho iloor of tho Hcalaui IS out
Housn and tore, tho iloat I0030
from its moorings.
Among departing passongors on
tho W. G. Hall today wore Mrs.
Corn well, Mrs. Captain Clark and
Mrs. Houry Smith.
Thoro will bo a chanco to seo
who composo Honolulu's "four
hundred" tomorrow night. They
will all bo at tho opera.
Tho caso against Thomus
Mcarns, charged with battering a
man over tho hoad with a bIiovoI,
kas boon sot for trial next Tues
day. One prominont Bryan enthusi
ast in town has consulted his ka-
"""i u tho election in tho States.
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Bryan was elected, having carried
both Illinois and Indiana.
Wall, Nichols Co.'s big stuck
of toys and books now arriving
will contain nothing of last yours
importation. Tho goods nro all
now and novel and will comprise
much the largest and handsomest
display of Xmas goods on exhibi
tion this year.
Nothing better in tho way of an :
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now 011 exhibition at tho art rooms
of the Pacific Hard ware company.
' Every dotail of tho Hawaiian
viows snows carotin ana intelli
Cniuplns nnd Wutlitni; Clotlie
Aiiiiiiiu t lip llrnvcB In ITInklkl.
Strange goings on aro permitted
in the Makiki cemetery. Women
go amongst tho graves to
clothes, aud hang tho garments
on tho foncos surrounding tho
ljts to dry. Thoy also clean and
i. c.. nn.i nt u ,;n. i,: ..:
uuifl llotl,lfcUU ctll lb IVlktl lliuil IJUl.
i'i. tlin nrfini'nnti..
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abotXndowi hS ovonimi.
He saw a wash rag and a piece of
bluoing both stuck on the
fence enclosing tho lot where
tho lato Justice Preston of the
Supreme Court is having his last
Bleep. Within tho lot, near the
gravo of the lamented jurist, Wft3
an inverted unmontiouablo vessel.
While walking along ho saw near '
a uew-mado grave a big spread of ,
dirty canvas, and on returning tho '
Bam'o way, as the shades, of .tight
wo'e closing, found tho fabric,, . .7 ,. "" " . "
01 ...i,.-., from this date the property cov-
uiciiiuu iulu it in iv liiul nuuiuiu it i
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K tmtivo ,,n,, , preparing to j
' " mKum oiuu. j
Mny of tho lots in Makiki 1
comotorv havo artistio fences. 1
iiuiigL'H ana buruuuery, ami aiu
henutiFiillv an tivatl in ilowers
aud otherwise decorated. Tho
conversion of this fair "city of
the dead" to tho purposes of
aundry, kitchen aud camp seems
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grotesque to say tho least.
OS rjtlI, l'Oll IIIIII.LINi.
Kiinm TfllN Mlml He
on ll Mllliluv Jlotnliis.
In the polico court this morn
ing tho only cBe on trial was that
of Moopono, who is charged with
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Kaapawaatho principal witness.
Tin lfeiti (Si i iv nM twv t-v t 1 1 r yl z
femlnnt,e . Q ftt MftU0 ft,)0V0
Montana's dairy, at 3 o'clock in
tho morning of Sunday, October
25th, in company with Officer
Bon Zablan. Ho found a four
gallon demijohn nearly full of
okolehao in onn of tho
rooms. Tho family wero all
sound asleep. Woko tho defen
dant up and asked him what was
in tho domijohn. Ho answored,
"lama" (rum). Wont mauka of
tho kitchen and found threo emp
ty barrels and ono full of fer
menting ti-root. Also found a
still and two pipes under the
house. Told Albert McGurn to
destroy ovorthing except tho
domijohn of liquor. Gavo tho
dofondant and his wifo a driuk
oach out of tho domijohn to braco
them up. Had considerable
trouble in getting thorn to tho
station liouso as thoy wero uudor
tho influonco of liquor. ,
Othor witnesses woro oxaminod,
whon tho noon hour arrived and
tho caso wont over uutil Monday.
Highest of nil In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove n comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
or air inlet in the
end of the bottlo
which admits air,
back of food, us fast
as food is drawn out,
easy nnd making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
, valvo does
is easily ad
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I -L This
I having an
j each end,
can bo easily and
tho greatest importance.
Prico, 23 cents, complete.
HOBKON DRUG CO., Agents.
Kortgageo's Uotico cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In accordanco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortiiauo
. i t I 11 I IT-
"l"4'0 V Jo8el ipA0 n,,(1. kimo,
wii", " n.. jiiuouu, iiaieci
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1! t"11' 1TwT
nSB,Kued ' nnd J.Watorhouso,
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p. . $ nsBignment recorded
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?' AuA' fcoided n. the Register
0a,hu'.1 Liber 8S, page
3J3-9 oUco ishoroby givou hat
l "'ortBasoeiuteutlB to foreclose
tll- Bnmo for condition broken, to
V1 " .tho. n"n Py"out of both
l)r"10 Pnl liud1. .lutl'.rest w.ll0 ((ue;
28" " ft, & S
erect ov saul niortcat!0
adverli8-Jd for o .lucl
sold nt public auction at tho auu
tiou rooms of Jas. F. Morcaii..
' Honolulu, 011 Monday, tho 30th
I day of November, 18J(i, at 12
' y. . -"'""") wt",
o clock noou of that (lav
H. WATER HO USE, Jr.,
Assignee of Mortgago
, XM" r panieuiurs apply
to J. Alfred Mairr.on. Attorney
iiH' lerther nartieulurs.
for II. Watorhouse, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. -lth, 18.
The pioptrty to bo
All thiitpioco or pnrcol of land
situated at Kow lo, P-inoa, Island
of Oahu, di'sorihcd in ltnyil
Putont No 1G2G. Kuleunn 10.270.
to Mahiim ns Apium 2. Turo and
iKiiln liuid, mnro piirtiuulurly do-
'soribed ns follows:
'E linuiii.ii.il ni.t ke kihi Moui.i
n kuloi koolo o J. 1'iikoi ko kihi
Hikiua muiika o koia ainu, a o
holo Akiiu 493Kom. 100 L'ipuiii
mn kuauna muwaho o ko knolo a
hiki i ka Pohaku i Poa ia X pili
ana mo ko Ivilawaia alnila Homa
!1G Koni. i"2 Kapuni, uilii o
Kaluwaia, a Akau 50 s Kom. 38
Knpuai auahua a Akau '10 Kom.
1'1(5 Kupuai ma ko Kalawaia ia
mau aoao u hiki i ko Kokawowo,
nlaila Henin 46 Kom. 72 Knpuai
rau ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lawaia, alalia ma ia aiua Uoma
43$ Hikiua 284 Kapuai a hiki i
ka pohaku ma ko ala liilii, o pili
ana me ku mokuiia o Kewalo u mo
Auwaiolimu, alaila, Polelei i uka.
E pili ana mo ka aina o ku kula a
hiki i kahi i hoomaka ai o ka Hi
72-100 oka." 451-td
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Officki 20S Merchant Htroot, Campbell
Uloolt roftr of J. O. Cnrtoi' offlce. I'. O.
t IB '
TTf Tfr? TT ,
emdwanCTiTTi eww j itbimi ibw
Sorao pooplo do not caro for
breakfast mush but those whoso
faces bear the blush of health aro
tho ones who eat it. Wo havo
just added to our stock a largo as
sortment from thoDel Monte mills.
It includes "Morning Moal"
(wheat), Cicam Flako (oats), and
bieakfast oats. Wo havo also
whole wheat Hour in 10 lb. bags.
Good breakfast dishes theso and
so is a bit of smokod Halibut or
S ilmou of tho tort wo soil.
Fresh Cranberries go woll aB a
sauce Tor turkey. Wo sell thorn.
For lunch dainties wo havo a
thousand aud one articles but
Micro is nothing hotter than
Royans a la Bordelaiso, a littlo
sardine packed with tomato sauco
and chopped mushrooms. For
luncheon those aro excellent. Lo
marchand's gonuino Sardines aro
the host obtainable in Franco, wo
havo less expensive ones that aro
Biilliantshino is tho host metal
polisher known. Wo havo tho
paste in small tins and the liquid
iu half pints and largor. ' You
cannot mako a mistake iu buying
In ordor to got rid of tho stock,
as wo do not intond carrying it
longer, wo offer our largo stock of
Kirk's toilet soaps at cost price. A
Lewis & Co.,
Court Lunalllo, No.OGOO, A. O. F will
meet nt lythinn Castle Hall, Fort Btreot, nt
7 iSOo'clock, FRIDAY EVENINO, Nov 0th.
IHtBliiesu of impjrtunco will ho trniisautod.
All members nto liereby requoritccl to utttnil.
J. K. KANKl'UU,
Architect and Superintendent
!&, Oflico: 30f Vart street,
Spreckels' Block, JJoom b.
llcsidonco: Hawaiian Hotel.
1 ; 2 c b S c T: m
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WASHLAGES - :
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
No. 10 Store
Jugs! Rugs! Rugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapostry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BST" All Just Rocoived at
in tho pride of a man
who insists on showing
tho labol on tho insido
of his hat. What a pity
the high-priced hatters
do not pasto their labels
on the outsido of their
hats, or, bettor still, soil
thoir labels for half dollar
each. For $2.25
wo hand you his five-dollar
hat miniiB tho
labol. Can you count
tho follows who would go
for his labol aud our hat?
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
hold this week a
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
Auction Sales hy W. S. Luce.
Art -JSale !
On MONDAY, Nov. 9th,
AT ll) O'CLOCK A. M.,
I 6li.il! nell nt the Art llonms of the Pacific
llimlwurit CumimiiT n V unilllccnt Col
lection of i'ututliiKS In
Principally of llnwnlhn Scenery, from
Die lirush of the Celebrated Arllit,
27" A Krnnd clinnio and tlie lant for the
public, as tlio nrtl-t Is lcarlng the Islands
and tlie orka must be disposed of.
J3T" I'alntlnjis now on view at Art Room
of the l'.icltic llnrdwnrc Compuuy.
W. S. LUCE,
litcd'on Sules by .its. F. Morgan.
AUCTION' SALE OF
Shares of tocs,
TO-MORKOW, Nov. 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queon Htroot, I will
soU at Fnbllo Auction, tho following
Shares of Stock:
200 Shares Paukaa Plantation
Co., Par valuo $10.
108 Shares Mutual Telephone
Co., Par valuo S10.
20 Shares E. O. Hall & Son,
Ltd, Par valuo $100.
21 Sliaros Paia Plantation Co.,
Par valuo $100.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
There will bo Bold at l'uhlic Auction, at
thonuc'ion iooidh of Jus. F. Morgan
Situated on tho cant corner of Kecaiimoku
street ami Wilder avenue In Makiki.
Tlie location of these lots Is one of the
hot In Honolulu. Tlie neighbors ore anions
the beat lu the city.
j:T For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to W. O.
Aclil A- Co.,
Notice of Warning to tho Public.
Thu mi lornljjncil, ih truatoo for John
Sumner Kllitt, a minor, will not ho ron-
jionsiltlo for nny iluhts contracted hy the
buuolloiury without tho written order of
HEN11Y SMITH. Trustee.
Houoluln, Noomhor5, 1890. ;i5l-t
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