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JEVKNINO tiCLLETtX, NOVEMUER 12. 18i(5.
ii ii ' iiimmim nniwnminima nmtm
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho 1'oard ot Education meols
this afternoon at 2:30.
Ollieord of tho Chinoso Hospital
aro announced in this papor.
Next Thursday the meeting of
tho Ewn Plantation Company is
Tho annual meeting of "Wilder's
Steamship Co. is postponed till
Attorney General Smith will
givo a dinner tomorrow evening
in honor of Hon. John W. Foster.
Moonlight band concert at
Thomas equaro this oveuing. Tho
program will bn found on another
For stamped good painted, and
printed goods, embroidery silks,
linen flosses, and libbons in all
colors go to N. S. Sachs.
Thole is a rumor on tho streetB
that Wall, Nichols Co. liuvo a
sm prise in stoio for their holiday
patrons. Wonder what it is!
The Hobron Ding Company
exhibit a couple of ancient wood
en idols, which woro thrown up by
tho dredgo near the old iishmarket
Judge do la Vergue assessed
Chock Sing $75 this morning for
having opium in possession and
Ah Fat, for aiding and abetting a
cliefa game, was lined 100.
Artist Tales has completed
portraits of Mother Rice anclBruce
Cattwright, which will likuly bo
included iu the coming exhibition
of tho Kilohaua Art League.
W. I. "Warriner, who leaves
soon for tho States, will lecture to
tho Boys' Club in Kapalama Cha
pol at 7:!30 o'clock this evening,
on the subject of " Electricity."
Wong Ghat, who was tried iu
tho police court yesterday for
stealing a silver watch from a na
tive, was found guilty and sen
tenced to eixteon months at hard
Tho ca-?e of Anna -do Jesus,
arrested for profanity, was ended
this morning by her being found
guilty by Judge de la Vergue.
Sho was reprimanded and clis
clmiged. Tho meeting for tho organiza
Hon of tho now bicycle club was
postponed from last night until
Friday at the same hour and
place, on account of the perform
ance at f'o Opora House.
Peoplo patronizing street cars
were put to much inconvenience
after tho performance last night
by being made to walk about a
block in tho mud. People- havo
eomo rights oven it they don't
ride in hacks.
Professor Koebelo loft on tho
Alameda this morning for tho
Coast. After a short visit to his
family in Alameda, ho will re
sumo his travel in search of
peat destroying fungi and insects
for use in theso islands.
In tho polico court this morn
ing Keoho pleaded guilty of as
saulting a countryman and had
his Bontonco suspended. Nuluhia,
arrested for disturbing tho peaco
and quiet of his neighborhood, got
off with tho usual fino for
This papor has boon requested
to correct an item published in
tho Star recently to tho offect that
tho cost of tho now fire alarm
whistle was defrayed by J. A.
Oilman. That gentleman merely
acted for tho various insurance
agonoios in town in tho matter,
each of whom paid $4 of tho ex
pense. During the polar exploring
cruise of tho Polaris, under tho
command ot Captain Hall, tho
wif o of an Eskimo named Hendrix
gave birth to a son whou the Bhip
was lying in Thank God Harbor,
on tho 82d parallel of north lati
tude. There is no record of a
human birth taking place farther
north than this.
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awardB at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. 1. liorgorsen agent,
1GJ Bethel streots.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
.la; Your Grocer For Jt.
UXJON FEED 00., Sole. Agent.
A poundimtster's notice appears
Hugo Fisher thoaiint left on
tho Alameda today. ;
Nat GooJwin, "I would imt
slriko a baby, but I would not
take an insult from a giant."
! Tho rainfall at Frank Brown's
, place last night was G-lOOths of
an men. In town it was about
I H. E. Mclnlvro fc Bro. are hav
ing tho exterior of their promises '
on tho corner of Fort aud Kiug
I Mr. Robertson is making his
! closing address to the jury for tho
idefonso in tho Kaapuni murder
case this afternoon.
' Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
I pany will havo a good thing iu
their advertising column tomor
! row. Look out for it.
Finney's new directory is out,
aud dislriinition will commence.
' Orders will bo filled as fast aB tho
books can bo turned out of tho
Hon. E. B. Beard and wife,
Miss Louise 0. Ken nan and J. H.
Barton aro among the passengers
from this port for tho Coast by
Don't Foiiairr Ushors T. V. F.
"Tho Very Fiuest" whiskey over
imported to tho Islands is tiow on
sale at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
Tho Goodwin troupo furnished
tho bairn boys with a very liberal
supply of a fino brand of cigais
this morning in return for their
music on tho doparturo of tho
When tho ladies of tho Metho
dist Church tako hold of anything,
you may depend that a success is
going to bo recorded. Don't you
miss their lawn party next Tues
day. m iw
A Mini Mltnhr.
On the down trip of tho Ala
meda William Ward, tho head
waiter, became thirsty as tho
steamer was entering Auckland.
Ho went to Dr. Casey's dispensary
aud, seoiug tho ship's surgeon
outride, nodded a request for the
privileges of tho room. Dr.
Casey nodded "all right" iu res
ponse. Ward reached for "Fire
man's cramp mixture,"but grasped
carbolic acid skull and cross
bones on the label notwithstand
ing. In three hours poor Wil
liam Ward vub tho subject of a
coroner's inquest in tho commer
cial capital of Now Zealand.
" AVliat was tho vordict?" a
Bulletin reporter asked.
"I did not wait to find out,"
answered the doctor.
IIc-cm v. IMcenim.
An apiculturist of Westphalia
made a bot that twelve beos, re
leased at a distance of three miles
from the hives at tho samo time
as twelve pigeons, would travel
oyer tho ground as quickly as tho
birds. Tho first beo entored tho
hive one quarlor of a minute bo
foro the first pigeon reached its
columbary. Three other bees ar
rived beforo the second pigeon,
and tho remainder of tho competi
tors reached homo simultaneously.
A Itoliuid lor III Oliver.
Potts Say, I believe Carter did
mo in that last jack pot. I said
" two pair, kings up;" ho said,
" threo little deuces," throw in hiR
cards and raked in tho chips. I
don't boliovo ho had 'om.
Decker Woll, why didn't you
havo both hands shown down?
Potts (uneasily) Why, to toll
you tho truth, I didn't havo tho
two pair. Puck.
" Draw 1" shouted tho knight,
glaring fiorcely at his opponent.
Tho othor paladin gazed Btoad-
ily at tho gentleman addrossing
"If it bo all tho same to you,"
ho said, " I profor to stand pat."
Aud tho deal went on. Indi
Five-hundred tons of ballast for
sale. Apply to A. V. Gear.
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Street.
1 071 in
O. Box S(W.
Highest of nil in Leau-tiing Sticngth. Latest V.
ea mi w " k
m. s ara a x
Here is a nursing
bottle thnt will
prove a comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
or air miet in ttie
f the bottle
buck of food, as fast
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
is easily ad-
pulled out by
3. No secre
tion is possible,
as there nro no
angles or cor
ners in the
a point of
tho greatest importance
Price, 2.) cents, complete.
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
Election of Officers.
A t a meeting of the Chinese Hos
pital held this day nt the United
Chinoso Society's Hall, tho fol
lowing poisons were elected to
serve for tho ensuing year:
President Chu Gem.
Vice do Wong Wa Foy.
Lam T. Chin.
Chinoso do Hoe Jackson.
Treasurer Iloug Quon.
Asst. do Lo Don K wai.
Trustees Goo Kim, Wong
Kwai, L. Ahlo, C. Waiiiam, Chang
Din Sing, Lum Mnn Tai, Li
Cheung, Ho Fon, Woe Shing,
Lum ivaui Chin, Cham; Tai.
i L. Kat Poo, Chang Kim, Wong
Uliow, Lam lin, L. Akau, Wong
Leoug, Won Yam am, Yan Ki
Ngan, Young Kwong" Hung,
Choim Jack Quon. Ntr Chan.
Young In, Leo Fook Clio
LAM T. CHIN,
Secretary C. IT.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 18.
Lawn Party & Bazaar
lSy tlio L AmiCS AID S CIIU'V
VI tho M. Ii. CllUIt.JII, i.t
NOVEMBKK 17, lSv 0.
Children's Clothing aud
Aiticlcs will be on S.ilo.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Nov. 8, 1890. 1 bay Lowe lirouiled
"NO" on loft biud leg. wblto nUeakon
foroheafl, white spot on back, both hiutl
and left forelers white.
Nov. 8, 18)0.-1 bay nmro bmnded
"A I L" ou left hind leg, wliitu Htronk on
foroheud, both liiiul Io;s white.
All ptTbOiis ownliif,' the nhoM'-inenlloneil
nnlmaUaru heieby uoliticd to pi rent their
1'iuiiiib niiuiii iiiu iiiiiu xpceinui uy law, nil
hit; which, they will be mihl at
nt the (imeriiment pound ut M.iklkl
on Batunlay, tho tilst day of Novembr, IS'JO,
at 12 o'clock noon.
A Watch Cliiln rundnnt of Now Zealand
Greenstone Tuesday between Kalihi and
town. Bnitnble reward on return to G.
Carson Kouyoii, or this ofttco. 4.ri!).tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 20S Merchnnt Htroet, Campbell
Work rear of J. O. Carte' oUU-el. Is. O,
Lv ' -)
ning nt Vu
S. Gov't Report.
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Take tho matter of cheese
and you will find wo have
about overy brand tnanufac-
It's a common sort of
is cheese, in
way, but if your'o
dinner ns much
should be paid to tho selection
of it as to tho joint. Hero's a
partial list from which you
tnn' pclect a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parmesian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzola, Cavoinbert, Me
nanta, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, Now York Cream,
Sap Sago, Limburger, Nosogny
Club, New York Sage, Kro
nenkase, Catnenbert, Siorra
Neuchatel and llomatour re
ceived on ice by each steamer.
Theso aro of tho finest
grades made and may be re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notico is hereby given that I
havo revoked and annulled all
powora of whatsoever nature,
horotoforo conferred upon A. Kosa
by me, and untlor which ho has
assumed tho management of nvy
property and tho collection of
monoys duo me. Parties paying
money to said Kosa for my account
will do so at their peril.
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Stamped Goods! Art Goods!
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT "
N. S. SACHS'
B ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES
Stamped Siclel3oarcl Scaris,
Tray Covers, Splashers,
StainxDecl Table Squares, Doylies,
Shoo Bags, Laundry Bags,
Painted .Art Denim DPillow Tops,
Satin Painted Pillow Tops,
Painted Tray C Jo vers and Squares,
Linen JJUoss in A.11 Colors,
Wash Embroidery Silks,
Down Pillows in A.U Sizes.
No. 10 Store
Iigsl lugsl ugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
KS5"" All Just Roceived at
p. W. jSchmidfe 2 oq$
Offer this weok a fino lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
ns usoful Christmas Pro
sents and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
becomes a nuimiuita
miibt bo changed
Tho clover dresser
has Buspondora to
each pair trousors.
saved by him.
SuBionders nro so cheap.
Twenty-five cents and up.
I, LEVIMSTON, - - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
MWLGY COW ANTS
HOBRON DllUU CO.,
for following performances:
TllOsday Mghf, Nov. 17,
Thursday Night, Nov. 10,
"The Two Escutcheons."
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 2L
Saturday Night, Nov. 21,
"The Lost Paradise."
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
"The Charity Ball."
lO Tho Itojiertoiro or Hulnnco of Sea
Ron will bo nnnoniicert Inter. 4M tf
St. Louis College Hall
SATURDAY, Nov. 14
Musical ant) Dramatic Enter
tainment. "THE SEVEN CLERKS"
" The Three Thieves and
With tho Lauglmblo Skotch
" New Brooms Sweep
Vv'IU bo prweutcil by Members of tbe St
I.ouli College Literary Society.
Tlie College Choir nml Orehestra will ur
nlsb tbe musical part of tbc proKrnm.
Uox Plan will be opened at tlio (iolJen
ltulo Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Onsin.
Performance commences nt b.ilf past scrtn
1. m. 45o-td
Tax Appeal Court Notice.
Notico ia hereby givon that the
Court of Tax Appoala for tho Dis
trict of Honolulu, will ait at the
District Court Room, on Monday,
tho 10th day of November, A. D.
189(5, at 1:150 p.m., to hear ench
appeals ae may bo brought be
G. H. DK LA VERGNE,
President of Court of Tox Ap
peals for District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, '00. -15G-3t
Notice to Intending Furchacers.
As Assijmc o of tho Estate of II.
F. Poor, a bankrupt, I nro opon
tor negotiations for the salo of his
real estate, fiituato at Kapahnlu
Knpioliuu Park, 'aikiki. Map
of tho same can ho scon and par
ticulars lourncd by c-illing on mo
at mv ntlice on K.uihumnuu Street.
I JOHN R COLHURN.
1T,..,..1,.!.. VI.... I lCdf. (K'l .
Evftiimj Ihilleti" 75c ?er month.
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