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LOCAL, AND GENERAL
Band conceit at J'lminu squat o
touiyht at 7:U0.
Company II is called to drill
Una evening by Captain Murtoy.
Notice is given regarding tho
arrivnl of tho Kiutui on lior next
If the Australia arrivo in time,
tiio Quintette club will play at tho
Hawaiian hotel this evening.
Fresh frczjn oysters on ico by
tho Australia, aro sorvod in any
stylo at tho Beavor lunch sa
loon. At tho meeting of tho Sons of
St. Georgo this evening ollicers
will bo nominated for tho ensuiug
J. T. Watorhouso has a fine
stock of ngatewaro of firat quality
to sell at tho usual prico of sec
onds. Payson Oaldwell offers his cof
feo estate at Olaa for Bale, and
gives a description of it else
AV. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., issue
tichot8 to all points in tho United
States for tho Australia sailing on
Ton mombd of tho Honolulu
Road Club took a trip on their
wheols to Pearl City and back
Tho cold north wind of this
morning sont tho tliorninmntpr
down to G2 degrees, the coldes o
tl 0 season.
Six Chinese gamblors weio
lined $10 each in tho police court
this morning, and ono chufa
fiend got a 830 fiuo.
Threo natives wore arrested
this morning for selling liquor
without a license, and another for
aBsault and battery.
Tho foundations of tho now Ir
wiu block on Nuuatm street aro
about finished and tho laying of
briok has commenced.
Iho fine weather and the baud
concert at Makef Island drow a
laigo number of people to tho
park yesterday afternoon.
Elovon Saturday night drunks
wore given tho usual fine by
Judge do la Vorgno this morning,
and one foifoited 8(5 bail.
This is tho birthday of tho lato
Kiug Kalakaua, nnd Btrungo to
say there has been no rain storm
nor prospects of any today.
Tho peoplo aro on tho tiptoes of
expectation in tho matter of elec
tion nows, but thoro wore no signs
of the Australia up to 3 p. m.
Tho investigation in to tho means
by which the Japanese immigrants
at tho quarantine station became
poshossod of $50 each is still go
Tho Kilohana Ait League Exhi
bition will bo open this ovoning
for momb-TB only. Tho goiieral
public will bo admitted tomorrow
Don't Fonciirr Ushers T. V. P.
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey over
impoited to tho Islands is now on
solo at tho Royal Annkx. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
Ploods on Kauai liavo inconve
nienced tho people on that island
for tho past ten days. Tho Koka
ha school was Burrouuded with
water for sovoral days.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. G. Irwin en
tertained a largo party of children
nt "Waikiki on Saturday, the
occasion being tho ninth birthday
of thoir daughter, Miss Holeno.
Alexander Garvio, on rotiring
from tho position of bookkeeper at
Makawoh plantation, was pio
Bonted with a handBomo piece of
eilvor plate suitably inscribed
from his fellow employees.
Tho Tribuuo wishes to thank
Hilo'fl champion in Honolulu
Tho Bulletin for its gonerous,
fair words, and to assure that
journal that the citizens of Hilo
fully appreciate tho help extended.
Work has begun on ronowing
tho balcouy of tho Judiciary
building, with tho iron joists
awaited for many mouths. Thoro
are two jury trials proceeding in
side tho building, aud tho lawyers
ave made hoarse and the jurors
doaf with tho clang of tools.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Asl Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Ayenta.
li iiTmiii l.'iim ihUmi. i lie i'lri y.caU
niriit ly n .iirinu niuruli) '
Thoio was not as huge an alien
dance at tho football game on
Saluiday altoruoon as was expect
ed, but thoso who did go wore re
warded by seeing a closo and
hardfought game. George It.
Carter was chosen as umpire aud
Goorgell. do la Verguo as referee,
while MeseiiB Babbitt aud Howard
of Pun uli on acted as iincsmou. i
In the fiibt half tho lino playing
of Kulauiauaole, Cornwoll ami ,
Conradt for the town boys proved
too much for tho soldiers and a
touchdown was soon scored. In I
kicking for tho goal Cornwoll ,
missed. But the First Regiment j
boys only worked tho harder uu- j
der adverse circumstances, aud
by dint ot sheer hard woik
got tho bag inch by I
inch through thj oppo-'
slug lino anil eventually scoied.
Austin kicked oil, and succeeded
in making the goal. This mado
the scoie 0 to -1 m favor of the1
Regiment, which was not altered
when timo v,as called shoitly
Iu tho second half tho town
boys secured another touch
down in about twouty minutes,
Cornwoll again failing to kick
a goal. bubsoquent playing
Bhowed tho teams to bo very evou
ly matched, neither side gaining
much advantage at any timo, tho
town boys wiuuiug tho match by
tiio clOsu ucoio ot 8 to (J.
To outsiders thoro seemod to bo
a grout deal of unnecessary tough
playing in which both sides woio
oquuily to blame, but as long as
tho playeis woro satisfied and no
ono was borioualy hurt no one olso
luioriunllnii for Tourists,
A passenger by tho lust Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a Mileslau American friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
wnitod to havo the newcomer's
gripsack scrawled ovor with chalk
maiks by tho Customs Inspector
at tiio guto tiio Btrauger romarKoa
to his iriend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'ero ? " Rainiek mo
gallons of it, just come up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. AVo'll
ust bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only place iu town
whnro they servo it up in propor
stylo with a glass of Kainiek
Beer to oquilibrializo tho solids
iho .Shooter' Jlitvh.
Tho annual shoot for a dinner
between two fif loon-men teams
from tho Sharpshooters' company
took place on Satiuday afternoon,
the match being won by tho team
captained by "V. E. Wall, with a
score of 598 ovor J. L. MoLoan's
team with 391. Tho highest in
dividual scores woro '1(5 by T. J.
Wall and 45 by P. B. Damon.
Tho losing tpam will have to treat
tho winnoi8 to a dinnpr, tho timo
of which has not yet been oattled.
'anlii CIiiiis' lliHiliuiirlers "
i Tlios. G. Thrnm'B Foil Street
Storu is again leplote with its
usual full and varied lines of
Holiday Goods and Christmas Novel-
1 ties, to which tho attention of tho
public will bo invited shortly.
Tho store will bo closed Wednes
day for finishing arrangomoulB,
and havo its Holiday Oponing on
Thursday, at 9 a. in.
Dr. O. B. High, doutist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonio Temple.
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. BGT Tolo
If you want to frumo anything
in tho very best manner; if you
want your framo to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best and most tasteful framo in
tho market, go to King Bros., 110
Tho demand for Universal
Stoves and Ranges is daily in
creasing. Tho Becond invoice haB
nearly all been disposed of and a
third is on tho waj Tho superior
quality of tho castings of thiH fac
tory and the fiuo finish of thoir
goods has given thorn tho reputa
tion thoy onjpy in tho United
States. Thoy aro sold by tho
Pacific Uuidwaro Co.
I'lmnikMi . saiiihima .
Highest of tul in I"i. mm; Strrnjjtli Li'rt t' "- dm t Rpport.
m mrzj? "" v&ttwwfi
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove u comfoit to
infants. It lins 4
points in its favor.
1. It luisn valve
or air inlet in tho
nd of the bottlo
which admits air,
back of food, us fast
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. Tho r-t, .vnlvo does
is easily ad
jubtcu, out ,
pulled out by
3. No secre
tion is possible
as thoro aio no
angles or cor
ners in tho
4. This imr
Having an ope
eacn end, can
a point of
the gieatest importance
Price, 2o cents, complete.
HOBltON DJtUG CO., Agents.
For Sale !
For tlw uert .10 days t will offor for nalo
liny Cufleo EhU'u iu Dim, ilmviui. This
tu t10 iih,,,. of Cuffio.
107 Acres ura clcuro 1 aud planted,
H'5 Af oil to coffee contjiuiuu 85.000 tico.
iV2 Acry of which Mur pluuted nuaily a
GH Acres of wlntli id uioro rocautly plauted.
2A(ren id plmitoil (olnn, gMiilmi iuul
Tho Uuildings, 1 Dwelling House, J,ind
neno Houbo, ouioken Uouno, Cum lIoui.c,
Cow Btiiblo und Pig lona.
fJSff The I'roporty id sittrntod nt 18
milts on Vo c nut roa 1. , od ro.i.l lo ui
iliy to thojliLV, titloKioliiu I temwIiihU.t.
1G0 Iiii o.iii. tin vmi.
Hy Mituo of u Writ of lAtciituiu idiiod
out nt iho District Court, on tho '-'1 t dii
of October, A. ii. 18'M. against Urown &
Kuboj, defendant, in fuvor of S. HoiiimiiK
& Uomniny, nmlifl, for tho miiu uf
SlOt 09 ! h we levid upon aud dlnui vs.
noso for bhIb ut tiio I'ohee Stition, in the
Dwtr'ct of IIiii oh. In, I land of tiihu, at i'i
o'cloo't of i-'atunluy, tho 21dt day of Novem
ber, A JJ. 1600, to the helical buldtr, n.l
tho ti(;ht, titl unit nit rost ( IIih Hiid
Urowu & Kubey, defendant, iu and to the
following prop-ny iiulcd Hunt juuguiunt,
interest, cobIh mill my tixptiisis he pruvioiiH-
Lmt ol property for Bale:
(23 CI clis tlmitil, Olllee, Alirm k
Lover Clockn), 9 jitcs Clook OruunienlH;
Bilvor Wareii; Orockoriia; CiU!cries;Stn(imi
ory; Ejo aiadsodj hubber btnmpd, Store
Futures, etc, etc, eto.
For further paiticuhtrdnpply nt tho Ollice
of tho Deputy Marshal.
Deputy Stardhal Itcpiiblio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oithu, Octob-r 23, A. U. 1800
Attention, Company H.
Ahmory CoMrAsv II, N. G. II.,
Uonolcld, Novorabar 10, lS'HI.
Evcrty MBUucn op this com-
mnd is hereby ordered to repoit
nt tho Drill Shed. TtllH ( .touday)
KVnNINO, November 10, 1890, nt
7:30 o'clock, for Drill.
T. U. MUHIiAY.
Annual Meeting Notice.
Tho Atmual Meeting of Wildor's Steam
ship Coinpauy, Limited, called for Mon
day, Nov. lllth, nt 10 o'clock n. in., is
postponed nntil Wednesday, Nov. 18th, nt
10 o clock n. m,
WM. Q. BRASH,
Secrotury pro. tern,
Honolulu, Nov 11, 1890. 457-St
Tho Annual McetiiiR ot tho Shnrehohlerit
ot tho LVu riimtiitiim Company will bo
hold on tho 19th inttt , nt 10 o clook u. m.,
nt tho ofllco of C.ibtlo .t Cooko, L'd.
E. D. THNNnY,
RfnrnhiTV P. urn Vlntiritttnn f!i
Honolulu, 11. 1., Nov. 11, 181.U. 4o7-Gt
HAWAII'S JIi: ri..KTI.lll.
Continued from 1st rage.
Tho report was accopted and
ordered printed as an addenda to
tho main report.
President Swnnzy announced
that tho next business of the meet
ing would bo election of a now
Board of Trustees.
Mr. lsonberg moved that tlw
old board bo ro-olected and tho
secretary cast the ballot.
Mr. Irn in moved to amend tint
the election ho postponed till tho
afternoon, in order to allow mem
bers to diacups tho subject. The
present board had been ro-elccted
sevoral times and somo of tho
members might desire to make a
Tho amendment was adopted.
Secretary Bolto then road tho
report of tho labor committeo, in
which tho stutomout wub mado
that tho Bupply of labor was equal
to the demand and tho Chiueso
and Japouoso imported had given
g od satisfaction. No trouble of
a iv kind hud boon exDCiioncrd
w.th tho coutiact laborers duiing j
tho year. No Poi tugucso or olhor
Jbnropoan labor had been imported
duiing tho year, but auagrcomout
had boon entered into with tho
government by which horeaftor 10
per cent of labor other than
oriental would bo im
poited. Dosortions had been vory
few during tho year. Tho total
ariivalfiand departures of Asiatics
from October 1, 1895, to Septem
ber 30, 1890, weio: Chinese males
3U5, females 111; total 335G.
Japanese males -lllJJ, females 835;
total -lOiS. Total of laborers im
poited 8509. Tho departures for
the sumo period were: GuinoEo
males 1133, femulos 57; total 1190.
Japanese males 2088, females
539; totnl 2027. Total depar
tures of both nationalities 3817.
This showed an increaso during
the year of '1092 laboretB, partly
accounted fur by tho extension of
tho sugar industry, which has
taken placo last year, nearly all
plantations having increased thoir
acreage aud cultivation. Thocom
mitteo, consisting of Messrs. O.
Hoi to, J. P. Hackfeld and E. D.
Tennoy, abstain from giving any
htatibtics of tho laboring popula
tion now liing on thoso islands,
as tho government conaus for this
year will bo pnblrshod in a fow
Mr. Aloxander Young from tho
Committeo on Machinery read an
exhaustive repoit on the chuugos
made in tho machinory of tho va
lious sugar mills in tho islands
during the past your and tho ro--ults
obtained thoiofrom, which
was ordered piiuted in tho Plant
Rocphs to 1:30 p m. "
President Dole was presont at
tho afternoon sossion togothor
with about two thirds of the niom
bots present at tho morning ses
sion. Reports weio read from W. M.
GiiTard, chairman of tho Commit
teo on Forestry, and H. P. Bald
win, a mombor of tho same com
raittoo. Mr. Baldwin's report con
tained some practical hints on tho
pro-ervatiou of forests and tho in
creased rainfall shown in plucoa
whoro thoy had boon carotully
cousorved. Hamakua district wub
pointed out as an especial
instance. Ho considered tho al-
goroha tho most valuablo and use
ful troo ovor introduced to tho
islands. Tho Btrawborry gnava
and wild mango were also useful
trees. Ho called on the members
to dovoto more of thoir uttontion
to the propagation of forest trees
than heretofore, assuring them
thoy would profit thoreby in tho
increased rainfall. Mr. Baldwin's
papor abounded in practical sug
gestions and it was listened to
with marked attention by thoso
Mr. Swnnzy also road a paper
by Mr. Forbes of the hunio ouiii
mitteo, who was unablo to attend.
Mr. Marsdon was to follow
Sonator Baldwin with au exhaus
tive papor on insect posts which
attack sugar cuno. This was pre
pared by Professor Koebalo pre
vious to his departure and will
j cover tho gioiuid most thoroughly.
For One Week Only!
A SPECIAL B&RGALN
N. S. SACHS'
520 Iforfc Stroot.
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose
331ack and Shades of Tan
ONLY 25 CENTS A PAIR.
S3P Guaranteed to bo Absolutely Fust Color.
No. 10 Store
Iigs! lugsl Iigs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
EST" All Just Rocoivod at
Offor this week a fine lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
other : :
as useful Christmas Pre
sents and other
New Goods at Low Prices
Both aro usod
in tho neckwoar
Prico tho persuader,
I. LEV1NGST0N, - Manager,
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCflCy BlOClC.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR Till! ABOVE POUT ON
.Saturday, Sfov. 21st,
AT J O'CLOCK 1 M.
Tho nnlorsiRtieil nro now prepared to
isstio Throu(jh Tickets from tins City tp nil
points iu tho United Stntos.
KTFor furtlior purticuliirH regariling
freight or l'asungo, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN it Co., L'd,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
IT. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notico is horoby given that I
havo rovokod and annulled, all
lowers of whatsoever nature,
loretoforoconforrcdupon A. Rosa
by me, and under which ho has
nssumod tho managotnont of my
property and tho collection of
monoys duo mo. Parties paying
monoy to said Rosa for my account
will do so at thoir peril.
WILLIAM M. MAHUKA.
Election of Officers.
At tho Annnnl MietlitR ot tho Union
reod Co., L'd, held on l'ridny, tho 13tl
inst., the following OfllceM wero elected
for tho ensuing yenri
K. O. Mact ulnno Presidect,
Vf. F. Mien VicoPasident,
F. W. Mncfnrlano
Manager and Treasurer,
T, It. Vldn Secretory.
F. It. VIDA,
-triOSt Bcmtary U. F Co., L'd.
L. C ABLES,
Real Estate and General Business Agent
207 Morchant Street.
Telephone 13U, J5T P. O. Box C0.
HOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Officki 203 Morchant street, CanipbcU
131ock rear of J. O. Cartel' office. V. 0,
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