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EVi-INING BULLETIN, N0VEM13EH 11. 18JM.
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LOCAL AND GISNEHAL.
Football utJ5:li) II113 afternoon.
Voollor tfc Co. oiTor fhio turkeys
Band concert nt Emma equaro
this tif tornoou nt tlio usual hour.
Seasonable neckwear at a low
prico is the trump ut Tho Kush
Julian Monsarral and William
II. Shipninn auived ou tho Hall
Ovstor cocktails will bo served
up to tho patrons of tho Oritonon
saloon on Monday next.
Tho admission fee to tho foot
ball gamo today will bo 25 conts.
No chargo for carriages.
W. W. Dimond has tho upw
bluo orockory on hand suited to
different tastes and puibos.
Mrs. L. M. Todd litis como over
from Kalaupapa on a visit to tho
Kalihi experimental station.
Postmaster Genet al Oat has re
turned from a tour of inspection
of post offices ou Maui unci Ha
Tlie proposed bicycle club did
not materialise last evening, as
the promoters wero otherwise on
gaged. Mr. E. II. Boyen will lead tho
Sunday evening praise service at
tho Y. M. 0. A. hall at G:30 to
morrow. Tho program for tho baud con
cert al Mtilcoo Js'aud tomorrow
afternoon will lo found on an
lion. J. W. Foster and uifo
wont to the Pali at eight o'clock
this morning with Chief Justice
and Mrs. Judd.
Tendors aro invitod, at tho
Agricultural bureau, for tho
printing and binding of an illus
Bov. H. W. Peck will deliver a
ton minutes' sermon to chtldron
tomorrow moraine after tho usual :
Sutulay school exercises. i
Tho dramatic performance at '
St. Louis College will draw out a
big crowd tonight, judging from
the number of soutB reserved.
Tho Young Hawaiians' Insti
tute promise another of their
popular musical eutcrlainraentH
for Saturday evening, November
Tho Kinau is expected in be
fore noon tomorrow with a big list
of sugar planters on board to
attoud tho annual mooting on
N. S. Sachs is offering a special
bargain in ladies' hose for ono
week only. Tho price is tho low
est going and tho colors aro gua
Tho demand for reserved seats
for tho St. Louis Collego enter
tainment tonight has boon activo
all day. All of tho choico seats
were taken before 11 o'clock.
Bov. James M. Monroo will
speak at tho Christian churoh to
morrow morning on "In tho
World, but Not of tho World."
Tho evening subjeot will be per
Rev. H. II. Parker will preach
at Kawaiahao church tomorrow
ovouing on ''Tho Cross and tho
Crown." Rev. E. S. Tiinoteo will
occupy tho pulpit at tho morning
Some miscreant stole Thomas
E. Krouso's famouB whistling
magpio from tho porch of tho
Arlington hotel yestorday, and ho
will gladly pay S10 for the arrest
and conviction of tho offondor.
Tho Royal School and tho Sh
Louis Collego ball teams play a
match game this morning ut the
Loacno grounds. Tho scoro at
tho close of tho came stood 7 to G
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m lavor ot tue xvoyat oouooi
The annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Sugar Plantors,Assooiation
commoncos next Monday at 10 a.
m. at tho rooms of thoExporimont
Station on Nuuaiiu street. Tho
session will likely laBt two days
Officers of the Uuion Feed Co.
have boon elected as follows: E.
C. Macfarlano, president; W. F.
Allon, vico president; F. "W. Mac
farlano, managor and troasuror;
F. Klamp, auditor; F. R. Vida,
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Aik Your Grocer For Jl.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
George H. Fail-child is ovor
See notice of sailinssfstoTnipra '
Koauhou and Iwalani.
II. von Berg's trial for vagran
cy has been set for Monday morn-
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Major McLeod is rocoivinc the i
sympathy of his numerous friondB
1 Deputy-Collector McStocker is
homo again, having como in on
I Ono Chinese chofa fiend is the I
only new boarder at tho police I
station to lay. A couplo of drunks
I wero boing sobered up in tho
, yard. j
j Vory littlo business was douo in 1
I tho police court today. Tho case '
agaitiBt Mtthoo .for nstnulting his I
stable boy was nollo pros.'d and
i other cases ou tho docket post
' poiicd. I
I Ollicers of tho U. S. S. Adams '
oxp-ct to hear of tho Alert being
sighted at any minuto. At last ,
accounts sho was to leave San j
i Francisco a day or two after tho
' Eirly risors wore treated to a
display of shooting stars about
4:30 this morning. The location
of tho display was in tho north.
Frank Brown thinks tho main dis
play passed on the opposite side '
of tho earth and that wo snail ro
coivo uowb of it from Europe.
Tho scalps of ton mon of Com
pany L aro dangling at tho bolts
of tho police riilo team today. Tho
vAuulf r.f (lin tnnfi.1i oltnf tlllu
morning was another victory for
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UU1 1UI IUU (UllltlilJ.
ItllAb ihtati: SUES.
Uo.mI ITIoe. HuU.l nt Morgan A.ic
IIiiii IlixmM 'Turin jr.
Thero was a vory largo attend
ance at Morgan's auction s.-Uo of
real estato today and, aB a rulo,
.1 . . i;" i
uua I'w ro . i
xm: naiiinu lots. '
Those belonged to tho estato of
tne late u. a. rsaliiuu ami aro
Biluatod at Hookona and Kealia,
South Kono, Hawaii. Lot 1 wont
to John Nahiuu for S150, lot 2 to
John S. Kauwo for S250. IIouro
aud lot known as apana 1 was bid
in by W. C. Achi for S325 and
apana 2, consisting of agricultural
land, wont to Kaaua at tho same
SMITH ESTATE LOTS.
Following are tho names of pur
chasers and prices paid:
Lot 9 H. H. Holmes. . . .S 1,850
10 Gub Schumann . . . I,7fi0
1 Ludwigsen 1,0.")0
3 W. C.Weodon ... 1,070
4 Judge Perry 1,'JOO
fi " " 1,200
G " " 1,300
7 John Graco 1,350
8-J. II. Fishor 1,800
l'EAKL CITY LOTS.
Tho two lots at Pearl City bo
longing to tho H. F. Poor bonk
rupt o-tiito wore sold togethor and
wero bid in by T. AV. llobron for
Lot 1 Mrs. Magoon $1,100
2 F. M. Swunzy 1,800
8 Cecil Brown 1,000
Tho largo lot on King street,
opposite tho Kawaiahao Seminary,
bolonging to tho Cooko estate,
wont to A. F. Cooko for S2.500,
with but littlo opposition.
Cnrtl r ThiinliN,
Mrs. Chas. Hammer wishes to
extend thanks to her frionds for
assistance received during her
! 1 ii tn linron vfmfn f "Rnnnoinl tlinnlra
aro extended to the Masonic
Order. Mits. Chas. HAMsrEit.
Tho Sloimor "Ke An Ilou" will suit on
Jloiulny, at t p.m., for Kiluitoa, Kulilmrni
and Il.inulei ortu, Kauai; and tho btcauicr
Iwaliini will sail ou TueHclny, at 10 a, m,,
for Lalmina, Honokaa and Kukulhaule
Election of Officers.
At tho Anuunl Meeting of tho Uuion
Feed Co., L'd, held on Kriday, tlio 1,1th
inxt., the following Ollloeix wore clcctod
for tho ensuing yenri
K. O. Macfxtlane Prchideut,
W. F. Mlon Viro-Prosideut,
F. W, Mnifarlano
Manager and Troasuror,
F, Kliunp Auditor,
F. It. Vida Socrotaiy.
F. It. VIDA.
450-3t Bccrtitary U. F. Co., L'd.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Litest U.
61 r yg&z&a h UuiftCI
Here is a nursing
bottlo that will
prove n comfort to
infants. It luis 4
points in its favor.
nr nir ltilnf in tlm
HbES oml f the bottlo
4!- whieb ndmits nir
back of food, ns fait
nfood is drawn nut,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. Tho rt valvo docs
is easily ad
justed, but XJn
pulled out by ii
tion is possible,
ns there nro no
4. This nurser
having an opening at
each ond, can bo ousilv and
thoroughly cleaned, Jl point of
tho greatest importance
Price, 23 conts, comploto.'
IIOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
Opening of the Season.
SA.CTBDA7, Nov. 14th
AT 3:15 P. M.
K3T Admission 25 cents. Car
riages free. 453 2t
Lawn, Party & Ba.,zaar
Hy tho LADIES AID S CIKTV
Ot tlio M. H. CHUKUI, ut
Haal e' ea Lawu
NOVEMIlEit 17. 18.0.
Childieti's Clothing and Fancy
Aiticlos will bo on tt.ilu.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Thfinksgiving v Turkeys !
Big! Fat ! Tender!
They aro tho Vory Finnst Specimens of tho
Noble American Ulrd over offurod
for sale horc at
V0ELLER & CO.'S,
20 Uorotania Streot, Wuring lllook.
SST Tllepiione G80 -a
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Annuul Mooting of Wilcle's Btoatn.
oliip Company, Limited, called for Mon
day, Nov. 16tb, nt 10 o'clock a. ra., is
postponed until Wcdnosday, Nov. 18tli, ut
10 o clock a. in.
WJI. Q. DIIASII,
Secrotry pro. torn.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1800. 457-5t
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Shnroholdors
of tho Ewn l'luntatiuu Couipany will bo
hold on tho lUth inst , nt 10 oclook n, m.,
nt the oDk'j of Cuhtlo X; Oooko, L'd.
13. D. TENNr.Y,
Secretary Ewn riuntntiou Co.
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. 11, 18SJU. Ia7-0t
& Co i
Tnko tho matter of cheese
and you will find wo have
about every brand manufac
tured It's a common sort of
thing, is cheo. o, in a general
way, but if your'o giving a
dinner ns much attention
should be paid to the selection
of it as to tho joint. Here's a
partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pine Apple,
Parmesian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzola, Cavombcrt, Me-
nanto, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, New York Cream,
Sap Sago, Limburger, Nosegay
Club, Now York Sage, Kro
nenkase, Camenbcrt, Sierra
Neuchatel and Romatour re
ceived on ice by each Bteamor.
These aro of tho finest
grades made and may bo. re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is hereby given tlmt I
hfivo revoked and nunulled all
powora o wlmtsoovov lmtnre,
horctoforocoiiforrodupon A. Kosa
by me, mill under which ho lias
iiBsumod tho iunnagomeut ot my
proporty and tho collection of
mouoys duo rao. Partiea pnyiiif;
mouoy to said ltosa for my account
will do so at thoir peril.
WILLIAM M. MAHUKA.
If 5 C S o S "I A it.
is ii f $rl I
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?p j33 KJ '
lH IS r CD '-t
e o r. i a S3 q 2 tZ
i P ?R1"2 C O ;t
ft- 3 & " S ti T
" zlz v3 oil
One Week Only
S . S A. C irx S
520 ITorfc Sfcroot.
331ack and Shades of'
ONLY 25 CENTS A
3T Guaranteed to bo Absnlutoly Fust Color.
No. 10 Store
Iugs! Iigsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapostry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BST" All Just Eecoived at
OiTor this wook a flno lino o
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
ns useful Christmas Pro
son ts and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
13oth aro used
in tho neckwoar
Prico tho persuader,
I, LEYIHQ5T0H, - : Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
St. tods Oollege Hall
TO-NIGHT, Nov. 14.
Musical and Dramatic Enter
tainment. "THE SEVEN" CLERKS"
"The Three Thieves and
With tho Laughable Skotch
" New Brooms Sweep
Will bo presented by Members of tbe St
LouW College Literary Soelety.
Tlio College Cliolr nml Ortlioitra will far
nlsb tlio iniulral part of tlie program.
Hoy Plnn will be opened nt tlio Golden
Itnli! Haziar on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 9 a.m.
Performance commences at tin 1 f past seven
p. m. 45otil
Eleotion of Officers.
At a meeting of tho Chineso II03
pital held this day at tho United
Chineso Society's Ilall, tho fol
lowing pirsons wore elected to
serve lor tho onBuing year:
President Chu Gem.
Vico do. . . . Wong Wa Foy.
Secretary Lnm T. Chin.
Asst. do Hon Jackson.
Treasurer Hong Quon.
Asst. do Lo Don Kwai.
TruateeB Goo Kim, Wong
Kwai, L. Ahlo, C. Wainain, Chang
Din Sing, Lum Miri Tai, Li
Cheung, IIo Fon, AVee Shiu?,
Lum Kam Chin, Chang Tai,
T. Kat Poo, Chang Kim, Wong
Chow, Lam Tai, L.
i. Alciiu, Wonf
Niitn, Ynu Ki
Leonir, Won Yam
isgau, xoung Kwong llnng,
Chong Jack Quon, Ng Chan,
Young In, Leo Fook Oho.
LAM T. CHIN,
Secretary O. H.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 18'JR.
Tax Appeal Court Notice.
Notice is hereby givou that the
Court of Tax Appeals for tho Dis
trict of Honolulu, will sit nt the
District Court Room, on Monday,
tho 10th day of November, A.'D.
189G, nt 1:30 p. m., to hear such
appeals as may bo brought bo
G. H. DE LA VEKGNE,
Prosidont of Court of Tax Ap
ponls for District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, "JG. 15G-3t
Notico to In'onding lurchasors.
Ah Assignpo of tho Estato of II.
F. Poor, a bankrupt, I um open
for negotiations for the snlo of his
real estate, situate ut Kapahulu
Kupioluni Park, Vaikiki. Map
of tlio Hiimo can ho scon and pur
tloulari lo.irned by exiling on mo
nt my ollio on Kaahtimanu Strget.
JOHN F. COLliURN.
Honolulu, Nov.G, 1890. d53-tf
L. C ABLES,
Real t'state'and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Street.
Telephone IBtf. .tiltT I. O. Uox 80i.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ofhick: 203 Merchant Mreot, CitmpbeU
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