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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Juno" tonight at 8.
Americnn Lonyuo mooting to
night. Five-hundred tons of ballast for
salo. Apply to A. V. Gear.
Lioutonant Jncobson orders Co.
B out for drill this evening.
Tlio stnnmship Alnmedn i3 duo
from tho Colonies on Thursday.
Mra. E. J). Baldwin and child
loft for ililo this morning by tho
D. T. B'liley waB tho only pns
Bongor from Knuai yesterday by
tho James Mnkoo.
Tho jury who are trying tho
Kaapuni mnrdor caso nro quarter
cd nt tho Arlington whon not in
Among theKinnu's outgoincpas
songors woro Dr. lieatty, 11. II.
ltyoroft, A. Gnrvio and A. V.
Them are a couplo of umlos be
ing daily driven on tho tratnear
lino whoso lameness is pitiable to
.t i'. "behold.
Binliop "Willis has annouucod
o - ViPU tho Anglican church that thoro '
will bo no mooting of the Dioco- !
k sun byuou this year,
Sirs. V. M. Swanzy gave a card
party last ovoning, at which a
miuibor of people prominent in
society woro present.
Tho wedding of MisB Gortrudo
Widemaun and Mr. William Lmnz
of V. A. Solmefor fc Co., has been
nnnounced for November 18th.
Tho first match game of football
comes oil noxt Saturday at tho
baseball grounds. The First Re
giment and Honolulu will com- ,
Tho Japaneso steamer Toyo
Maru, which arrived this momiug,
brought 608 inoro immigrants,
mechanics and students, all Jap-
Tho Pacific Ilardwaro Company '
offor a iirst class lawn sprinkler I
nt a dollar and a half. Threo
dollars was asked for these
sprinklers a month ago by other
Tho annual meeting of tho Ilea- ;
lani Yacht nwl Boat Club, will bo
adjourned this ovoning till hi
I " 4i.I
day, Nov. 13, on accou
production of "Juno" at the Opera
Thoro aro a numbor of cyclists
living nt "Waikiki who habitually i
rido on tho King street side.
walks. Thoy should Jie made to '
obey tho lav as well & common '
Tho second performance to be
giveu in tho now Opera House
comes off this ovonins;. Tho 3-oct
comedy of "Jane" will l.e piesent
ed, preceded by tho farce of "My
Tho detectives who wero placod
on the track of a native who is
supposed to have burglarized tho
promises of T. R. Keyworth yes
torday afternoon had not reported
at headquniters this afternoon.
The Kilohona Art League rooms
will bo thrown opou to members
only noxt Monday eveuing at 8
o'clock, for tho first viow of tho
regular fall exhibition. Tho dis
play will bo open to tho general
public on tho following ovoning.
Reserved seats are now on salo goods, ready mndo clothing, bow
nt Hobron's for tho first five per- injJ machines, etc., comprising tho
lormauces oc mo j-rawioy uom-
s pany. "Tho Wife" will bo tho
opening bill, lollowoit oy "llio
Two Escutcheons," "MotliB," "Tho
Lost Paradise" and "Tho Charity
Tho Y. M. 0. A. gymnasium re
opened last night, when a class of
about a dozen young men pre
sented themselvos for instruction.
D. W. Corbott will act as phy
sical director until tho arrival of
the now instructor from tho Coast.
Mr. Corbott has uamod Sam
Johnsou and David Koii as his
Auctioneer Morgan advertises
- tho salo by auction "at his sales
room on Saturday next, Novem
ber 14th, at noon, of a valuable
house lot on King street, opposito
tho Kawainhao Seminary. Tho
salo is made under instructions
from Charles M. Cooko, adminis
trator of tho Estotaof Juliotto M.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Rrand.
,-d Ji Your Grocer For II.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
t vWv; wrnvi
Eight island sloamors louve port ,
ThoFinwloy company "o matinee
will bo on the 'Jlst nist.
It only co-it GO conts to seo
"Jaue" from tho gallory.
Minister King 5b still kopt at
homo with his injured foot.
Ouo solitary truant wasall tlo
police hauled in this morning.
Punchbowl lots will bo sold to
morrow and fiorco competition is
Ayor's Ohorry Pectoral for
coughs and colds 50 cents a
bottle at Hollistor Drug Oo.'s.
Iutorest is kooping up iu tho
grand openiug of B. F. Ehlors &
Co.'s now storo in tho "Wiivorloy
Tho Wall, Nichols Co. nro hav
ing tho front of thoir storo painted
up in readiness for thoir holiday
Thoro was darkness a fow min
utes over tho mnrdor trial last
night, when tho electric lights iu
tho courtroom went out.
Don't forgot that tho prices of
' tickets for tho second perform
ance ot irovatoro have boon ro-
81.50, -U.00, 50c.
Tho hitherto almost invinciblo
polico riflo team huvo auothor
' match on for Saturday, whon thoy
nro to compete against Company
I Work ou E.II.F.Wolter's build
ing at King and Alukca streets
has been resumed, tho revocation
permit hnving boon with- j
Mr. liouch, tho popular barber
of the Pantheon block, is haviug
a new front put on his shop, pro-
Sterling, tho painter, is pre-
pared to quoto prices on roof '
painting. IIo usos a composition of I
coat tar nnu comont. uneapest
and best roof preparation in Ho-1
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island views at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho best of our
Tho Platinotvno Pictures bv
Mr. Honshnw at tho Pacific Hard-,
.-, ., ,. . ,
wiiru vjo. aro inn iiuest examples
of photograi)hio art evor seen in
Honolulu, dust tho thine to send
nwny to your friends. j
,. Di. -pi,..,.,,
- .11 fr uJnZll
'rns charged u th 1 a ttermg
IT. ft S' ' S !
Mcams, charged with battering a
native ovor tho head with a shovel,
was nollo pros.'d this morning in
tho District Court. Moarns is a
hum on tho Nuuanu stream work.
Stephen Smith, ono of tho old
tini" employes of the Honolulu
lion Works, is seriously ill with
fever, but his condition was on
the mend this morning. His
many friends wish him a speedy
Tho big steam whistle for future
tire alarms was placed in posi
tion at tho Electric Light works
tlii ) afternoon. Tho new whistle
can bo heard seventy miles, more
or less, not seven as stated in au
afternoon contemporary. i
At 10 o'clock tomorrow at his
salesroom, Auctioneer Morgan j
will sell to the highest bidder for I
cash tho outiro stock of tailors' i
nunkrant stock oE Uhock Clue
' & Co.
Tho suit of Jnck Kin Tong vs.
Chock Sing, for trespass, is on
trial in tho civil department of
Jutlgo do la Yorgno'8 court. Tho
right to tho possession of a strip
of land two feet wido, a fenco and
a gate, togothor with two ablo
attornoyB, aro involved in tho suit.
L. A. Thurston appears for tho
plaintiff and A. S. Hartwqll for
Iiilor.uiitlnii lor TouriNtH.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a MileBiau Amorican friend, who
resides in IIouolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsack Bcrnwled ovor with chalk
marks by tho' Customs Inspector
at tho gato tho strangor remarked
to his friend "Do you 'nvo much
rain 'ero ? " R.UMEit mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whore thoy koep
it always, oloar and cool. "We'll
just bo in time for luuch too and
that's tho only phico in town
i where they sorvo it up in proper
stylo with a glass of Hainieu
Bei:u to equilibrializo tho Bolids
They wont I
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latent U. S.
Ivir !zI Powder
W LZ5mrCli 0Bk ' i
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove u comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
or air inlet in the
end of the bottle
which admits air,
back of food, as fast
as fond is drawn out,
ensy and making it
impossible for nip-
! pie to collapse, thus preventing
I wind colic.
is easily nd
pulled out by
.3. No secre
tion is possible,
as there are no
angles or cor-
now in the
4. This nurser
lutving an opening nt
a point of
., , , ' , ,
ii10 rii.iihsi imi.inw
l nce, 2.' cents, complete.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Mortgagee's Notico cf Iatsntion to
Foreclose and of Sale.
In accordance with tho provi
sions of that cottain mortgngo
inado by Joseph Polo and Kcamo,
wne, to n. uiniond, dated
September 2Gtli, 1881. and dulv
"aoigui-ii u--u.. mm u.uuioruouBO,
executors under tho will of TT.
Dimond, by assiauuieut recorded
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i" said ollico in Liber KJ3, puge
275, c, recorded iu the Register
olllcp' 0fth. ibor 88, page
3GS-9, notice is hereby given iat
said mortgagee intends fe foreclose
the same for condition broken, to
wit.: tho nonpayment of both
principal aud interest when due.
Notice is likewise given that
after the expiration nf three weeks
from this date the property cov
ered by said mortgage will bo
advortised for salo and will bo
sold at public auction at tho uuu
tiou rooms of Jas. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Mondny, the 30th
day of November, 189G, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
11. "WATERIIOUSE, Jr.,
Ahsigneo of Mortgage.
For further particulars, npply
to J. Alfred Mngnon, Attornoy
for II. Watorhouso, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. -1th, 18'.)0.
juio piopiny ip do sold is s
All thntpioco or psircol of land
situated ut Kow.ilo, Pauoa, Island
of Oahu, described in Royil
Patent No. 1G2G. Kulean-i 10,'27(,
to Mahiua as Annua 2, Taro and
Kiiln land, more particularly de
scribed us follows:
'E hoomuka nut ko kihi Hotna
o In loi koolo o J. Piikoi ko kihi
Hikina muuka o keia aina, a o
holo Akau 49 Kom. 1GG Ifnpuai
ma kuauna mnwaho o ko koolo a
hiki i ka Poluiku i Pea in X pili
ana mo ko Kulawaia alailu Honm
30 Kom. 52 Kapmi, kihi o
Kaluwaia, a Akau 50 3 Kom. 38
Hapuni analina a Akau 49 Kom.
140 Kapuai inn ko Kaluwaia in
tnau noao a hiki i ko Kokawowo,
alalia Hema 40 Kom. 72 Knpu.ii
ma ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lawaiu, alaila ma in aina Honm
43 Hikina 284 Kapuai a hiki i
ka poh iik u ma ko ala liilii, o pili
ana me ku mokuna o Kewalo a mo
Auwaiolimu, alaila, Polelei i ukn.
E pili ana mo ka aina o ke kula a
hiki i kulii i hoomaka ai o ka Hi
72-100 oka." 451 -td
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omens COS Moiulinnt Btreot, Cnmpboll
Illook rear of J. O. Cartoi' ofllco. 1. O.
NOVEMBER 10, 18'J.
Some people do not caro for
breakfast mush but tho60 whoso
faces bear tho blush of health aro
I il..i n.w.t. ,..!, n4. U V l.....n
just added to our stock a largo as
sortment from tho Del Monto mills.
It includes "Morning Monl"
(wheat), Cream Flako (oats), aud
breakfast oats. Wo havo also
whole wheat Hour in 10 lb. bags.
Co.,ti i.o..i.r..jt ainina muse ami
so is a bit of smoked Halibut or
S.ilmou of tho tort wo soil.
Fresh Crau'borries go well as a
sauce for turkoy. Wo soil thorn.
For lunch dainties wo havo a
thousand and ouo articles but
there is nothing hotter than
Royaus a la Bordolaiso, a little
sardino packed with tomato sauce
aud chopped mushrooms. For
luncheon these are excellent. Lo
marchand's genuine Sardines arc
tho best obtainable in France, wo
havo less oxponsivo ones that aro
Brilliautshino is tho best metal
polisher known. Wo havo tho
paste in small tins nnd tho liquid
in half pints and larger. You
cannot make a mistake in buying
In order to got rid of tho stock,
as we do not intend carrying it
longer, wo offer our large stock of
Kirk's toilot Boaps at cost prico. A
Lewis & Co.,
Notico to Intending Furchasors.
As AsMgneo of tho Estnto of II.
F. Poor, n bankrupt, I uin open
lor negotiations for tho salo of his
ronl estate, situate at Kapahiilu
Kapioluni Park, Waikiki. Mnj)
of tho sarao can bo seon and par
ticulars loarnod by calling on mo
nt my oflico on Kiiahumauu Street.
JOHN F. COLUURN.
Honolulu, Nov.O.lSOG. 453-tf
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Stamped Goods! Art Goods!
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT
N. S. SACHS'
520 lort Street,
t ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES -
Stamped Sideboafd Scarls,
Tray Covers, Splashers,
Stamped Table Scxiares, Doylies,
Shoe Bags, Laundry Bags,
Painted A.rt Denim I?illcnv Tops,
Satin Painted Pillow Tops,
3?ainted Tx'ay (Do vers and Squares,
Linen HJloss in A.11 Colors,
Wash Embroidery Silks,
Down Pillows in A.11 Sizes.
No. 10 Store
Iigs! lugsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Cnrpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
JKsT All Just Ro: a "
hold this week n
Closing Out Sale
of all kinds of
hecomo9 a nuisance
must ho changed
Tho clovor dresser
has siispondors to
eaeh pair trousorB.
good torn per,
saved by him.
SuBpondors aro so cheap.
Twouty-fivo conts and up.
I, LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlGy BlOCK-
Au-lion Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
1)V order of Mr (Ico. ltoillil;, AshlKnec of
the Ettatoof Cliock UJifi-.V Co. of Honolulu,
I will ull nt pnLlic utuilon, at my e.ilc.
TO-MOKROW, Nov. nth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Entire 3tot of (i.io.N, romprlelng
Fine Tailor's Goods,
LlnciiR.-Drills, Coltotn. Rt-ndvinR'c Cktb
lii, tiuwhy Mm-hliiM, Eu-., Etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Thero will 'jo siM nt PuliHc Auction, at
tkonuciion roomn of Jm. V. Morpau
Situated on tlio emt corner of Kceaumoka
stri'otniul Wilder uvciuiu In Maklkl.
Tliu locution of these lots Is ono of the
beet In Honolulu. Tlic ncUlibors arj among
the best Iu the city.
ZS1" I'or lurther nnrtlculnre, apply to
JAS. F. MOLGAN-,
Or to W.C. Achi .; Co., Heal KHtite
Mortgageo'o Kotico of Intontion to
Forccloso and of Salo.
In nccordnnco with' tlio pro
vitions of that cortain mortgngo
mndo by Annio Hnines and
Charles llnincs, hor hnab.ind, to
W. A. Kinney, d.itod Anjj. 4th,
1887, ri-cord d in tho lleglstcr
Oflico, Oiliu, in Liber 111, pages
403 ot neq , which mortgngo was
duly assigned to J. A. Magoon by
nssiguniout, notico i'h lioroby giv
en that tho assignee of mud
mortgigo intends to forccloso tho
same for condition broken, to wit:
tho non-payinont of both princi
pal and interest whon duo.
Notice Is likowiho given that
after tlio oxpiration of threo
woeks from this (Into tlio proper
ty covered by suid mnrtngo will
bo advortised for sale nnd will bo
told at public auction nt tho
auction roums of W. S. Luco,
Honolulu, on Monday, Doc. 7tli,
18DG, at 12 o'clock noon of thut
For further particulars apply
to J. A. Magoon.
D.itod Honolulu, Nov. 7, 18 G.
Tlio property to bo sold is as
All that pieco or pircol of bind
situate at l'uunui, Honolulu,
more paiticiilurly described in
Ilnyiil Patent 4101 11., Kuleana
1070 to flikoula. 453-td
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