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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. II ia summoned to drill to
night by Captain Murray.
W. L. Stanley and his brido
have returned from Kauai.
Manager 0. J. fnlk of .tlio Ha
waiian ltnilway is in tlio city.
Tlio Bishop of Pauopolis return
ed yesterday from a tour of tlio
Band concort at Emma squaro
this ovouiug at 7:30. Program in
Marshal Brown is again at his
desk in the police Btatiou, having
roturnod from Kauai.
The Hilo hotel is doing a big
business sinco its reopening under
tho new management.
The Makeo Island concort yes
terday afternoon drow out tho
usual largo attendance.
A Portuguese woman who says
her urn no is Anna do Jesus is un
der arrest for profanity.
Among returning passengers
by tho Olaudino yesterday wore
Miss Kate Comwoll and Miss B.
Tho Boretania Tennis Club
elected Mr. Shanks as their
captaiu at a meeting hold on Sat
By this timo next Monday Ho
nolulu lolks snoulu know
about tho election in tho United
"II Trovatore" will bo repoated
on Thursday evening. Seats may
bo secured at tho Wall, NicholB
Clarouco Smith and Norman
Halstead uro the latest additions
to tho membership of tho Valley
Eev. II. Isonborg and wifo of
Kauai are visiting relatives in the
city, htviug arrived on tho Mika
All who have assisted in the
production of "II Trovatoro" will
bo presented with satin souvouire
by William G. Irwin.
Wall, Nichols Co.'s big stock of
holiday goods is pouring in with
a rush. The linost liuo of toys
and books you over saw.
All inter-island steamers, espe
cially those running to Kauai and
Molokai, havo experienced rough
weather tho past few days.
fin.- n: tt i n .......
nlVnr n r . filnRs kwn nnr nklnr
i mi i iiiiiiii i ili u win ii Vji;ihiiiiii v
at a dollar and a half. Three ! clock n- " ,lt ll13 ,luct,on rooms
dollars was asked for these Geo- E. Boardraan is agent for
snriuklers a month ajjo by other ,
l)nDni.ttn(l Danfa frw flin rlrnmnlin
outertaininont at St. Louis Col-
loce on Saturday night are being
rapidly takou. Tho box plan enn
be stit'ii and seats secured at tho
Golden Itulo bazaar.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. gymnasium
opens again tonight at a quarter
to 8. This evening classes for
-young men will bo formed. On
Thursday aftornoon at 3:110 tho
boys will bo given a chance.
The pursuit of Patrick Gallon
has been placed under tho direc
tion of Deputy Sheriff Coney of
Kauai. But littlo hope is enter
tained of his capture, however, as
he has had plonty of timo to reach
tho fastnesses of Kalalau Valley.
A Japanese omployo of tho Ha
makuapoko mill was caught by
tho crunk shaft in tho ongiuo
room last Saturday weok and
hurled to death, his body being
frightfully mangled before tho ac
cident was discovered and the
Captain Harry Evans, who has
returned from Molokai, whither
ho was seut on special businoss,
was at his old vocation of looking
up desortors this morning. Three
inou swam ashoro from tho Oak
bank Saturday night. Captain
Evans got one of thorn this morn
ing and is on tho traok of tho
Jim Dodd has granted permis
sion to tho Salvation Army pooplo
to hold meetings on his sidewalk,
or rather that portion of it which
is his private property. A meet
ing was hold on Saturday night
and tho Army refused to disperse
when ordered by a policeman.
Under orders from tho Doputy
Marshal tho polico wore subse
quently told not to interforo with
thorn. " .
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Mahes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
The Ashworth liquor case will
not come up until tlio 19th.
A list of tlio plays in tho Fraw-
loy seabon is elsewhere given.
Charles Williams returned from
Sun Francisco on tho bark Albert.
Tho Tax Appeal Board meets '
on tho 16th in tho District Court '
W. G. Irwin sent a couplo of
his blooded cattlp to Mr. Hayscl
den, Lauai, by tho Mokolii today.
Ah Eat, who is hnlf Chinese '
and half nativo, is under arrest '
for doing business in chefa tic-1
W. W. Dimoud demonstrates
that silverware can bo obtained '
hero at less cost than by buying in I
Manager Morris, and Charlie '
and Peto say that tho Criterion j
saloon has tho best and largest :
beer trade in town.
Tho auuual meeting of tho
Wilder's Steamship Company !
will tako placo next Monday,
.November lbtu, at ID a. in.
To givo everybody an oppor
tunity to soo 11 Trovatoro tho
prico for tho uoxt performance,
Thursday evening, has been ro
duced to $1.50, $1 and 50c.
Tho Iloalaui Yacht and Boat
club will hold its annual meeting
tomorrow evening at 7:30 p. m,
m . i 7... ii.r
Officers iuo to bo olected and
other business of importance to
tho club transacted.
Captain Beukcn shot a horso
belonging to Mr. Loso of tho
Telephone Company this after
noon. Tho animal was injured in
tho leg and spino aud nothing
could bo dono for it.
Tho arrival' of tho Albert has
partially relieved tho limo famine.
Sho brought 200 barrels for H.
Hackfold it Co. and 100 for E. A.
Sclmofor & Co. It will bo dis
charged this aftornoon or tomor
row morning early.
Geo. llodiok, assignee for tho
bankrupt ostato of Chock Cheo &
Co., lequests all parties having
clothes mndo or repaired by tho
above firm to call for them at
Morgun's auction looms previous
to next Wednesday.
Auctioneer Morgan advortises a
bankrupt auction sale of iiuo
tailors' goods, linons, drills, cot
tons and rpauy mode clothing, to-
mulier with a tow sowing ma-
i a un dujiik wu-
oniues, on weunesnuy nexi ai iv
-". . ... - '-'
tlio Japanese Emigration Uo.,
! that, it will be soon, is composed
of Japanese bankers aud mor-
h,"lt8 ,f. hlh stllfm4,1inBfnt bom,0'
all particulars of the favorable
conditions offered by tho compa
n v are given elsewhere. A good
class of labor is assured.
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Animal SIotiiiK of Wildor's Kleam
ship Co pauy, Limited, will bo held ut
tho Company h Ufuco iu Honolulu, Mou
I day, Nov IGtli ls, at 10 o clock n. m.
WILiDUU't) HTUAJISim' U '., Jj'J).
Wm. a limsit, Kocrotary pro, tern.
Honolulu, November l):h, 189tl. 4Gl-'it
Tho Atiuunl Meeting of tho Ilenlani
Yacht mid Boat Club will bo held at tliu
Club IloiiHO Tuesday Kvouinf;, Nov. 10th,
nt 7:30 p iu. I'.Icctiou of nflkurh uud
lmiiincsR of other importance will bo
A. V. GEAR,
gBVg NOW ON $flkl
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
for following performances:
Tuesday Niglit, Nov, 17,
Thursday Night, Nov. 19,
"The Two Escutcheons."
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 12
Saturday Night, Nov. 21,
"The Lost Paradise."
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
"The Charity Ball."
fMF Tho llepcrtoiro for Ualance of Sea.
bou will bo aunouucod later. -1 r 1 tf
MP '.. MfOJt-.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Here is a nursing
bottlo that will
prove a comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
nr nil inlnt. in tlio
W ' ' which admits air.
3- buck nf fnnrl n fnaf
ensy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
is easily ad
cannot bo i
the baby. I
pulled out by
o. No secre
tion is possible,
as there are no
angles or cor
ners in the
t. l ins nun
having an opening
each end, can bo
a point of
the greatest importance
Prico, 23 cents, complete.
IIOBRON DRUG CO.,
Mortgagee's Notico cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
In accordance with tho provi-
I sions of that certain inortgago
J made by Josoph I'ele and Keamo,
I his wife, to II. Dimoud, dated
September 20th, 188-1, and duly
I as&igncd by II. and J.Watorhouse,
! executors under tho will of II.
ti:..,i i : , v..
. ., ,,., ., r;,, -,,.
in sum omco in ijiuor lou, pngo
275, Ac, recorded in tho Register
oilice, Oahu, in Liber 83, pago
303-9, notice is hereby given that
said mortgagee intends to forecloso
the 8amo for condition broken, to
wit.: the non payment of both
principal anil interest whon due.
Notico is likewise givon that
itfttr the expiration of time weeks
from this date the property cov
ered by said mortgage will bo
advertised for salo aud will bo
sold at public auction at the auc
tion rooms of Jas. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho UOtli
day of November, 189(5, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
H. WATER HO USE, Jr.,
Abbigneo of Moitgago.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Magoon, Attorney
for H. Watorhouse, Jr.
Dated Houolulu, Nov. 1th, 1890.
The pioperly to be sold is us
All thnt pioco or purcol of laud
situated ut Kewdo, Pauoa, Island
of Oahu, di-Horibed in Bnynl
Patent No 1G2G. Kulcami 10,270,
to Mahitia ns Apaua 2. Taro and
Kula land, itnro piuliculurly de
scribed ns follows:
- ''E lioom iUa inn ko kihi Iloma
n lea loi koolo o J. I'iikoi ko kilii
llikina maiika o keia uinii, a o
holo Aknu 19 : Kom. 1GG ICnpuai
m kiiauiiu mawaho o ko knolo a
hiki i ka I'ohaku i Pea ia X pili
ana mo ko Kdawaia aluilu Homii
3G Kom. 52 Kapu.ii, kihi o
Kalnwuia, a Akau 50 s Kom. 38
Knpuai unahuii a Akau 10 Kom.
140 Knpuai ma ko Kuluwaia ia
mau aoao u hiki i ko Kokawowo,
olailu Hetrrn 1G Kom. 72 Knpu.il
ma ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lawuiti, alalia ma ia aiua Homa
18J Hikiua 281 Kapuai a hiki i
ka pohnku nm ko ala liilii, o pili
ana mo ka mokuna o Kewalo u mo
Auwniolimu, alaila, Polelei i uka.
E uili una mo ka nina o ke kula a
hiki i kahi i hoomuka ai o ka Hi
72-100 oka." ICl-td
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ofkice: 203 Merchant Btieot, Campbell
Ulock rear of J. O. Cartel office, V. O.
e? v n .2 i ;- n i mm
ser Ck I rt) Ii
NOVEMBER 9. 1800.
Some pooxlo do not care for
breakfast mush but thoso whoso
faces bear tho blush of health aro
the ones who eat it. "Wo havo
just added to our stock a largo as
sortment from tho Del Monto mills.
It iucludos "Morning Moal"
(wheat), Oream Flako (oats), and
breakfast oats. AVo havo also
whole wheat Hour in 10 lb. bags.
Good breakfast dishes theso and
so is a bit of smoked Halibut or
Salmon of tho 6ort wo soil.
Fresh Cranberries go woll as a
sauce for turkey. AVe soil thorn.
For lunch dainties wo havo a
thousand and one articles but
thero is nothing better than
Koyaus a la liordelaise, a littlo
sardiuo packed with tomato sauco
and chopped mushrooms. For
luncheon theso are excellent. Lo
niarohand's gonuino Sardines aro
the best obtainable in Franco, wo
have less expensive ones that aro
caught any whoro.
Ih-illiantshiuo is tho best metal
polisher known. AYo havo tho
pasto in small tins aud tho liquid
iu half pints aud largor. You
cannot make a mistako in buying
Iu order to got rid of tho slock,
as wo do not intend carrying it
longor, wo offer our large stock of
Kirk's toilot soaps at cost prico. A
Lewis & Co.,
Notico to Intending Furchacorc.
As Assignee of tho Estnto of II.
F. Poor, a bankrupt, I urn opon
tor negotiations for tho salo of his
roal estate, situate ut Kapahulu
Kupiolani Park, vVnikiki. M.ip
of tlio sarao can bo Been and par
ticulars lourned by oalling on mo
at my office on Ktmhnmiinu Stiet.
JOHN F. COLBURN.
Honolulu, Nov. G, 18. -158 tf
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Stamped Goods ! Art Goods!
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Stroot.
B3?- ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES -fl
Stamped Sideboard Scarls,
Tray Covers, Splashers,
Stamped Table Squares, Doylies,
Shoo Bags, Laundry Bags,
Painted A.rt Denim Pillow Tops,
Satin Painted Pillow Tops,
Painted Tray Covers and Squares,
Dinen Ploss in A.11 Colors,
Wash Embroidery Silks,
Down Pillows in .All Sizes.
No. 10 Store
Iugs! ligsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BST All Just Deceived at
p. W. Schmidt j3oi0
hold this weok a
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
becomos a nuisance
must bo changed
Tlio clevor dresser
has Btispondors to
each pair trousers.
saved by Jiim.
Suspoudors aro so cheap.
Twenty-five cents and up.
I, LEVISGSTON, - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYOrlCY BlOCfc.
yliirfion Sales by'.T(8. F. Morgan.
Hr order of Xlr (Ico. I'.odUk, AsEljjnec of
the K-itnte of Choik Chit'.V; Co. of Honolulu,
I "111 M'll at public auction, at my !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 11,
AT 10 O'CI.OJK A. M.,
Tlic Entlru Sloe c of Ouods cotnir!slnff
Fine Tailor's Goods,
Llnena, Drllle, rottnni. Itcndjmm'c Cloth
ItiK 8uwlnj Miivldncj, EU' Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Tliero will bo sold nt Public Auction, at
tho miction rooms of Jas. I'. MorRmi
Situated on the cast corner of KesaurnoKu
itrcul ami Wilder avemm In Maklkl.
Tlio location of tlieso lots la one of the
best in llimolulu. The neighbors aro nmoiij;
the best In tho city.
5jT For further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to W.O,
Achi A: Co.,
Mortgagoo'c Notico of Intention to
Forecloso and of Salo.
In accordance with tlio pro
visions of that cortain mortgngo .
mado by Annio Haioi.s and
Oharlos Haines, hor husd ul, to
W. A. Kiunoy, datod A"jr. 1th,
1887, .recorded in tho llcgister
Oflico, 0.t hu, in Libor 111, pnges
103 ot soq., which mortgage was
duly tissignod to J. A. Mugoon by
nssignniont, notico is horoby giv
en that tho assigns of said
mortMgo intends to foacloso tho
saino lor condition broken, to wit:
tho non-paymont of both princi
pal and interest whon duo.
Notico la likowiso givon that
after tho expiration of three
weoks from this doto tho proper
ty covorod by said mortngo will
bo advortisod for sale aud will bo
Fold at public auction at tlio
auction rooms of W. S. Luco,
Honolulu, on Monday, Doc. 7th,
18'JG, at 12 o'clock noon of that
For further particulars apply
to J. A. Magoon.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 7, 18 G.
Tho proporty to bo sold is as
All that pirco or parcol of land
situato at Puunui, Honolulu,
morn particularly def-oribod in
Koval Patent 11(51 H., Kuleana
1070 to Hikoiila. -153. til