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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Band concert (it Tliomntt square
this evening at tlio ubuoI hour.
Kogulur weekly meeting of tho
Board of Health thin afternoon.
Editor Logan wout to Pearl
City today with the Colburn par
Tho Mounted Ilesorvo will have during the afternoon and in tho '
a moonlight drill at Makiki this ovouing tho girls of tho Kamehu
evening. meha school rendered several
Tho ladies liovo possession of
tho Pacific Tennis Club courts
Hon. Alex. Young Iiob added a
large aviary to the attractions of
his King utrcot home.
Uongressmaji LlilDorn ot Unit-
fornia, who visited Honolulu last
year, has boon re-elected.
Thore will bo a moonlight ex
cursion and danco at Kotnond
Grove on Friday evening.
I)r. C. B. High, dentist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lege, 1892. Masonic Temple.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O.
O. P., will havo a speeiul meeting
tonight for important business.
Frames for Ciiianius' Guard Cer
tificates mado to order for from
10c. each up ot King Bros., 110
Hotel stroet. "
Tho Australia pails again ou
Snlunlav at i n. tn. For freicht
or passage apply to "William G.
Irwin t Co.
Tho inquest in tho cof-o of Awa- I Buult and battery on A. McAllis-
awa, tho native hnokmnn found tor and was fined SI and costs.
dead yesterday morning, is being 1 J. M. Kamaka, charged with
held this aftornoon. , embezzlement, had his case nollo
Thirty years ago tliero were on- . I'811 nml n. WI1B discharged.
ly two dozen oxplosivo com pouudo ' Ihree Chinese gamblers wore
known to chemists; uow there are j "nr?d.S10 oaou.
over a thouhand. I leixoira will be tried on tho
T. , .-n, , r , 1 19th for assault and battery on
Lieutenant E. A. Jacobsoii com- Charles Lonuox at Ewa.
mouding Company 13., calls a John Kiln ,eftdecl uiU oE
meeting of that compi ny for drill furimiB driving and was fined So
and business ot 7:30 this evening. I amj C0StH,
There is a general dosiro to i -
hear the Hawaiian National band, . s mh ii inimi
which it is hoped will bo gratified i As ,10 wbo wo,t S0Q . hJ h
by a concert at the hotel on Friday djroctj011 Ili(J owu interests lead.
0V0I""K- , Get into the right path. Opon
The party that borrowed a tar- i your eyes and your ears to tho
nauliu from Suronson's wharf truth. Seattle Beer is pure, as it
last night while the owner was is brewed of Iho finest hops and
away will find another thore to- malt - increasos vitality aids
night, but it will have a hoolcou digestion builds up wasting tis
it. : sues restores failing appetites
a ..,!,, n,..n rn,in ; i, ,.. uml wt' U t'a the most delicious
cession at San Francisco in honor ',
of Tom Reed tho Saturday before J
the election, lie says it took live
hours for the great parado to pass
a civeu point.
The arrests made this morning
IVBll! HUM Vlllllt!L- UH l))HUIl III
possession, a Portugupso fn' ai
sault and battery and a Swede
sailor for deserting one of toe
vessels in port.
Tho Awaawa inquest was enn- '
eluded at 2 o'clock. Tho verdict i
of tho jury was that death ensued i
from heart disease aggravated by -
excessive drinking. ihe woman
in tho case bus been released.
H. J. Gallagher, manager of the
Hawaiian Fruit and Packing Co.
at Pearl City, has resigned his
posiliou. lie will tako thnt of ,
road suporviBorof Ewa and Wai- ,
anae districts on tho hrst of the ,
Muurgu . jriuuiiz;, cinoi ciorit
of tho passenger department of
the Bio Grande Western luiilway, (
and George E. Forrestor, trovolin
o t e AistHrSv o alSl0-B and Bongos is doily in-
auditor of the same rood, arrivec
short lllpnRiirn trin I clc(l3luB- --e BPCOllil 111VO1C0 IlOS
short pleasmo trip. neary ftlj bmm dispose(1 o nml ft
A gold coin passes from one to third is on the way. Tho superior
another 2,000,000,000 times botoro quality of tho castings of this fac
the stamp or improssion upon it , tory and tho fine finish of their
becomes obliterated by friction, goods has given them tho roputa-
wimi) a silver com cuouges do-
tweon 3,250,000,000 times before
it becomes entirely defaced.
Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
and exclusive agents "for Finnoy'8
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was dolivored to them today.
Peoplo on tho othor islands who
wish a copy can Bocure one
promptly by addressing tho above
E. W. Jordan is now plaoing
on his Bholves one of the largest
stocks of holiday goods ovor
brought toxins country. Novel-
,. . - . ., . ,
tips and toys aro a specialty With j
him this, tirao and if you wont to
secure bargains watch this pnper
for future announcements.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Auk Your Grocer For It,
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
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ill DTIIOIUST LAWS 1'AHtV.
Tim I.tKllo-.' (l Surlol.! Hmto Aii'illior
The lnwn party given nl Una
lelea lawn yesterday afternoon
and evening was quite a success,
in spito of other attractions. Tho
government band furnished music
vocal selections, Tho receipts of
tho day from the various booths
were quite largo.
Following are tho committees
whoso efforts contributed to tho
success of the affair:
Flower Miss Rinlev. with sev-
; oral young ladies assisting
Lemonodo- -Mrs. Brvant and
I Miss Makius.
I Candy Mrs. A. J. Lylo and
I Ice Cream Mrs. C. D. Gray
and Mrs. McAllister, with sovoml
young ladies assisting.
Fancy Mrs. Turner, Mrs.
! Peck, Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. But-
i Tea Mrs. Chopin, Miss Adler
. and Mrs. Bryant.
! I'lllicO Clllll I Itflll.
In tho District Court this
1 morning four drunks received tho
1 usual penalty.
. m "8ti. ouorgoa with om-
emeut, will have his trial ou
Pnknln nlimilorl itnillu nF mi na.
,P?(r, ,u fl?"0,11!"- . 0n tnP
bottIes nt tho C"'"'0'-
".Sunlit Chilli' ll('udiiiirU-rN."
Thoa. G. Thrum'B Fort Street
is again replete with its
full and varied lines of
HoUthiy Goods and Chrixtmas Novel
lies, to which the attention of tho
public will bo invited shortly.
Tho store will bo closed to
day for finiohiucr orronefimnnlR.
and have its Holiday Opening on
Thursday, at 9 a. in.
Mr JftynBnrnyn has received a
hrge jI1Voice of Coyloneso novel
tipSi j(,wery, 0tc, for tho holiday
trade. .Many handsome articles
nro on exhibition at his htore, 118
If you want to frame anything
ia tJl0 vory lieal ,ununo,.;'ir yo
wnnt youP fromo to mrmonizo
with your picture; if you want tho
oesc anu most lastotui tramo m
the market, go to King Broo.
Tho demand for Universal
lion moy onioy in tno United
States. They aro Bold by tho
Pacific Hardware Co.
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By virtue of a Writ of Execntion issued
nnr w inn piiurrinr tsiii r riim ivin jIaIk
&IU1.UII. l liuvo itvled upon ami shall ex-
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poBO lor snie at tlio t'olice Htullon, in the
intriot of IIouolulu, I-lnnd of Oahti. nt 12
o'clook of Saturday, tho Slat day of Novem
ber, A D. 1890, to the hiRhoat bidder, nil
tho right, titlo and intiTOit of tho said
J'lumi.o """J p uciuunaui, iu null iu IUU
following property unless said judgmout,
interest, costs and my expenses be previous
ribt ol property for sale:
(23 Clocks Mnnlel, Office, Alarm k
Lover Clocks), 9 pieces Clook Ornaments;
Silver Wares; Oiockorics; Cutlerlcs;Statiou
ory; Eyo Glasses; lmbbor Stamps, Store
Fixtures, etc, etc., oto.
For further particulars apply nt tho Office
of tlio Deputy Marshal.
Deputy Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Oahu, Octobers.'!, A. D. 1800.
irin inr ri 11 w i-j i '' w !. n
Highest of nil In Leavening Strength. Latest V. S. Gov't Report.
Ja. m. ajsa a
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove a comfort to
infants. It has -1
points in its favor.
1. I thus a valve
or air inlet in the
ml of the bottle
which admits nir,
buck of food, as fast
as ford is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. Tho ntt . valve does
is easily ad-
i listed, but JJs
- - ' i I
pulled out bvij,
rf. iNo.secre- '
tion is possible, U
as thore are no ,
angles or cor
ners in the
. Iliis nurser
naving an opening at 1
each end, can be easily and
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
the greatest importance.
Price, 2. cents, complete
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agonls.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR TUB AI10VF. POUT ON'
Suuirilny, Sov. 2Sn4,
AT 4 O'CLOCK 1'. M.
Tlio nnilorsiKnoil nri- now liropnrod to
Usui) Tliroiigh Tiakets hum thin City to all
points in tho Unitod Stittiis.
.lFor further ii.nt-onl.iM icfwMuD
Freight or Paxgngo, njiply tu
Wm. G. IltWJN.fcC)., L'd,
1C0-01 Otiioml Agents.
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Harmony Lodge, Wo. 3,
I. O. O. P.
nre fruterually iuvlted. Per mdur.
C. T BODGKUS, N. G.
Gko. A. Tun.NKit, V. Q,, Seoietury.
J. A. FARIA,
U00 Kins Street.
Fine -:- Tailoring,
Cleaninir ami Hepalrlnjj,
Y$r Suits to order and Ruaranteed to fit
mid to please. (5 We mo a call. -UH-lin
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Offipk: SOS Morohant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Caitei' officel. I'. O.
H ' .id-".
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YC7 A TS-I
There will bo ti Special Mcotinp of Ilnrmony
Lougo, No. .1. I O. O. F., nt their Hull, ou
Ivincstrcot. THIS (WrilulnviT'.w.NiNn
Till: Atll'JIN lXIIIIWTIt.
Continued from M Page.
lower regions clod in flaming cor
omeuts. It is startling rather
than sedative in tho impression
created, and will scarcoly bo se
lected to decorate a bod chamber.
In londscapo aud lifo pictures,
Mr. Hitchcock has been wonder
fully prolific in tho interval since
last provious exhibition. They
evinco the steady development of
this artist's genius, and require
moro notice than space will hero
Somo generalization must suflleo
for tho rest of this writing. Mrs.
II. Ivelloy and Mrs. Jean M.
Foster aro now contributors,
having but latoly como to tho isl
unds, although tho former, as tho
daughter born hero of Hon. H.M.
"Whituoy, ono of the oldest resi
dents, must bo claimed as native
talent. Both of those ladies on
rich tho exhibition with many
works, to be specified in succeed
ing descriptions. Misses Anna
U.Porkoand Miss Millio Beck
with, Mrs. Bolla Joues and Mrs.
A. B. Tucker, of tho formor exhi
bitors, each merit extended niou
tiou of their now works. Mrs. E.
M. Willis, wifo of tho Bishop of
Honolulu, roveals marked versa
tility in a variety of subjects,
many of them showing a high
ordor of treatment. Mr. Philip
H. Dodgo mokes a specialty of
marino views, and several of his
works aro real gems. They will
como iu for closor study later.
Several othor exhibitors furnish
material worthy of uoto, but oven
to give a list of their productions
would exceed presently availablo
Among the sales thus far havo
been "A Gray Day," showiug
Diamond Head, by Mr. Hitch
cock; "Ilonalei River," by Mrs.
Tucker, and several pieces of dec
orated china by Mrs. Willis.
'I'nt 3le Oir At Ultimo."
Tho titlo of this wollkuowu
soug as well as tho song itself
emanated from tho brain of an
employo of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That enterprising firm,
believing that a man who could
compose so catchy an air must
have a largo and well balanced
brain, straightway raised his sala
ry. This has proven to be a good
movo on their part as is testified
by tho excollout qualities of thoir
boor, which is dispensed ovor tho
bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Royal boIooiib at tho rate of
two glasses for 2oc. It is alwavs
I rresh and cold and lifo-sustaining.
j Or you con got ono gloss of Buf
, falo and ono of Pabst beer, tho
line pioduct of tho Milwaukee
j brewery. Exchangeable checks
I good at all the abovo-niontiouoci
resorts aro given in chango if you
, only want ono drink. "Best boor
ever in Honolulu," is tho verdict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. A Xoiv r.iitcriirloo.
Tho very latest oa regards eod
dlory is constantly on hand ot
Clios. Hommor's now ostobliBh
mont, 229 King stroot, also tho
vory bot repairing dono. Tolo
phoiio 682. P. O. Box S!)3.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone No. UlC. ODice
houra 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
King 13ro3. latest consignment
of picture frames has takon the
town by storm. The deBiguB aro
elegant, up-to-date and of tho
Kroeger Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jas.AV. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Mosouio Tomplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing und repairing,
it Charles Moltono tho Imrber is
now with Mr. Poixoto at the Cen
tral barber shop; Mr. Moltono is
an excellent wioldor ot tho razor
and shears and conies his trade
with him. Peixoto 1ms refurnish
ed his shop in haudsomo stylo so
that it is now ono of tho most at
tractive in town.
'wwwwii.j-ii-iiMwii-rp-waw--rw imwun-m .
18. 1890. 5 ?
For One Week Only!
A SPECIAL BARGAIN
N. S. SACHS'
520 l-Tort Street.
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose
IBlack and Shades of Tan
ONLY 25 CENTS A PAIR.
EE? Guaranteed to bo Absolutely Fast Color.
No. 10 Store
Ifags! lugsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BSF" All Just Eecoived at
Offer this weok a fine lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
as useful Christmas Pre
sents aud other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
Both aro used
m tho neckwear
Prico tho persuader,
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
Mortgagco'c Notice cf Intention to
Forccloso and of Sale.
In accordance with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgage
mado by Josoph Polo and Keamo,
his wife, to H. Dimnnri, dated
September 20th, 1831, nml duly
assigned by II. and J.Watorhouse,
oxecutors under tho will of H.
I)imond, by assignment recorded
iu soid ollico in Libor 103, page
275, Ac, recorded in the Kegistor
office, Oahu, in Liber 83, page
3G8-D, notico is hereby given thnt
said mortgogoo intends to foreclose
tho sanio for condition brokon, to
wit.: tho non-poymont of both
principal and interest when due.
Notico is likewise givon that
after tho expiration of threo weeks
from this dato tho property cov
ered by said mortgago will bo
advertised for sale and will bo
Bold at public auction ot tho auc
tion rooms of Jns. F. Morgan,
IIouolulu, on Monday, tho 30th
day of November, 18'Jti, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
II. WATER HOUSE, Jr.,
Assignee of Mortgage.
For further particulars, npply
to J. Alfred Mogoon, Attornoy
for II. Watorhouso, Jr.
Dated IIouolulu, Nov.'-lth, 1890.
The piopirty to bo sold ia ns
All thnt picco or purcol of land
situated nt Kow l, Patioa, Island
of Onliu, dfpcribt'd in lloyal
Patent No 1020 ICulean 10,276,
to Mohiuo us Apain 2. Turo and
Kuio hind, Micro p ut.cuLirly de
acribed ns follows:
''E-hnomuUa mu ko kihi Homa
o kit loi koolo o J. I'iikol ko kihi
Tlikiuo imiuka o kcin aiim, a o
holo Akau 49 - Kom. 100 Kapuai
nni kuuunii miwaho o ki k olo a
hiki i ka I'nhuku t Poa ia X pili
anu mo ko Ivihiwaiit iiluilu llomn
3(5 3 Kom. fi2 Kopu.i, uilii o
Kulawiiu, u Akau 50 3 Kom. 38
Kipuai ntiahuii a Akau -M0 Kom.
1'10 Knpuai um ko Kitlawuiu ia
nmu aoiio u hiki i ko Kulcuwono,
iiluilu Hemii 1B Ki m. 72 K.puai
mu ko Kokawowe a hiki i ko Xa
lawain, alailit ma i.i uiiia Ionia
43i s Uikino 284 Kapuai a hiki i
ka pohuku nm ko ala liilii, o pili
ami me ki mokuno o Kowclo ume
Auwaioliinu, iiluilu, Polelii i uku.
E nili nun mo ka nina o ku kill a a
hiki i knhi i honmnkti ai o ka III
72-100 oka" d51-td
Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium
Again Opon to Its llombors.
MnmUy Kvniing, Nov. f), at 7 43, Classes
for Young Men.
ThiirHilny KvcniiiR. Nov. 12, nt 7:45,
Cln.pcs for Young Men.
ThumUy Altoruoou, ut 3.30, ClttBi.a hi
X3? Under the iubtmction ot Oomp.
tit Locnl Tunobew. 45:i-2w
Notio9 to In'.onding Furchasors.
" iin-iKHi-o 111 my lsiaio Ol 11.
F. I'.ior, a bankrupt, I mu opou
tor negotiations for the sole of his
..! -..l..t.. !l....l- ir i.i-
lor negotiations tor the sole of his
real estutc, aituuto nt Kopahulu
Kapiiihini Park, 'uikiki. ap
of tho fi.imo enn bo st on oi.il par-
Tinilliirj lfitirtinfl 1i nillinn r... ..v
r ollicn ou Kiiiihnmniiu Street.
JOHN F. COLBUKN.
mi.lulii, Nv (5,1890. 453-tf
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