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LOCAL AND GENERAL
"Mollis" at tho Crawley Matinco
Architect 0. B. Riploy loft on
tlio Kiimu today.
Julian Monsarrat lias returned
to his homo on Hawaii. ,
Tlio Australia leaves at 4 p. m.
tomorrow. Mail closes at 3.
L. Tumor, tlio Hilo merchant,
with hia wifo, left for home today.
F. M. Wnkofiold, thollilo attor
ney, returned to the rainy city to
day. Football again tomorrow aftor
noon. T ho First Regiments and
Punahou nro tho opposing teams.
It in said that Hilo is to havo a
second drugstore, for which it has
just as much use as for two news
papers. Mrs. A. Petrie and daughter
wore among returning pnsKongetH
by to: lay 'it Hteamer; also Mr. O.
Tin' Monowai brought forty
pafeweiigers for this port and lias
a big through list, both cabin and
Among returning passengers
by tlio Monowai is Mr.W. Pfoton
hauor, bookkeeper for II. Hack
fold & Co.
Tho Kinau will be due here on
"Wednesday, November 25th, in
stead of Friday, the 27th, her re
Special dinnor and music by tho
Quintette club of tlio old band to
night in honor of tho Australia's
Dr. Georgo II. Huddy, tho well
known dentist, Mrs. V. Hill and
Miss F. Hill returned from tho
Tho trip of tho Board of Health
to Molokai is postponed from to
night till tomorrow night between
8 and 9 o'clock.
Mrs. E. D. Baldwin, who has
been visiting relatives in this city
for some weeks past, left for homo
on this morning's Kinau.
Finuoy's Directory is needed in
ovory storo and on every desk. It
is reliable throughout. . It may be
obtaiued at Wall, Nichols storo.
Tho recently formed University
club i.-. making arrangements for
its fii.il nun mi 1 banquet, whi :h is
set for Thursday, December 17th.
Tho Government band will play
nt tho hotel this evening. A quin
tette from the Haua inn National
Baud will furnish music during
Don't Foiigkt Usliors T. V. F.
"The Very Finest" whinkny ever
imported to tho Islands is now on
sale at tbo Roval Annex. It's
Scotch and it's Al.
Mr. and Mrs. l'anl Isonborg, tho
Mifipps Clara and Paula Isonberg,
Alexander nud Paul Isenborg, Jr.,
all left for a trip to the Volcano
by tho Kinau this morning.
More bicycle records brokou in
tho States and England. There
is not much glory in breaking a
record now, for some other fellow
lowers it a day or two afterwards.
The excursion and danco to
night at Rcmoud Grove promises
to bo a success. Tiains loave the
depot at 7:30. All those who havo
not secured tickets cau get same
Tho Kinau took homo a number
of plauters who havo been attend
ing the meetings of the Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association.
Among thorn wpre Messrs. Hind,
Rontou, Horner and Scott.
Ewa Plantation stockholders
have elected tho following oflieers:
J. B. Athortou, president; J. B.
Castlo, vice president; E. D. Ten-'
noy, secretary; W. A. Bo wen,
treasurer; and J. H.Paty, auditor.
The Kilohana Art League exhi
bition will bo open this evening.
As this is an oil' opera night, there
ought to be a largo attendance. It
is an exhibition that nobody
should miss seoing and tho en
trance fee is only 25 cents.
Miuister Willis' horso ran away
again yostorday aftoruoon at near
ly the same plnco as before. Tho
only occupant oE tho carriage,
Miss Dulany, had just alighted.
Tho carriage was badly wrockod.
Tho horeo took fright at tho steam
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For ft.
UNION FEED 00., Sole Agents.
Tho Tax Appeal Board is in
session every niternoon.
Tli'o Bio do Jnuoiro loivos for
the Otient at 8 o'clock this even
ing. Tho police and Company E
toanis will shoot again tomorrow
A bankrupt stock from tho
Coast ia boiug sold at ''Tho Kash."
Look ut tho prices olsewhoro.
Tho Marshal's sale of Brown it
Kubey's effects will bo hold nt tho
polico station nt noon tomorrow.
M. Laucaster, formerly at Hol
liuger's, has opened a blacksmith
shop on his own account at T. B.
F. Ludoviscko, tried yesterday
on a chargo of selling liquor with
out a license, was found not guil
ty by Judge do la Vorguo.
Tho enso of Mr. Tcixoira, ac
cused of battering policoman Len
inx. tried in tho police eouit yes
terday, ended in a dismissal.
Hipi, for selling swipos was ou
trial this morning, detei-tivo Kn
apa prosecuting and S. K. Knno
defending. Tho case will bo con
Professor Scliauninsland, who
has spent some time in Hawaii in
Hie interest of nGormau museum,
with his wife loft for tho South
Sons in tho Monowai.
Mr.Jnyasurnya has recoived a
lirgo invoice of Coylouese novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trade. Many handsomo articles
nro ou exhibition at his store, 118
Prof. Horgor has too much call
on his time and has relinquished
playing at the Opora Houbc. Com
mencing with the matinee tomor
row, the National band orchestra
will furnish musio botwoon acts.
Tho ABhworth liquor caso is on
trial today. L. Meyers, the first
witness for tho prosecution, was
given a searching cross examina
tion by attorney Roboitson for tho
defonse. Mnrshal Brown is pro
secuting. William Soaburu Wise, gradu
ate of the Law Department of tho
University of Michigan, a practi
tioner in Nebraska for seven
years and iu California six yoars,
and forty ono years of ago, has
been admitted to practico iu all
tho courts of tho Republic.
Tho repertoire of tho second
weok of the Frnwloy engagement
is as follows: Tuesday, Nov. 21,
"Tho Charity Ball;"' Thursday,
Nov. 2G, "Tho Souator;" matineo,
Saturday, Nov. 28, "Tho Highest
Bidder;" evoning, Nov. 28, "Tho
Ensign." Seats for all per
formances will be on sale tomor
more lllryrlf tti't-nrrfs Ilrolicii.
Now Orleans, La., Nov. 10.
Jimmy Michel broko the Ameri
can record for ten miles todny by
thirty three and four fifths seo
onds, and missed the world's
record held by Tom Linton, his
follmv-tovnman iu Wales, by
7 3 5 seconds.
Ho broke all American records
from tho six to tho ton miles in
clusive, and broko the world's
record for four miles by n second.
All of tho records broken wore
held by himself. At five 'milos
Michel tied tho former world's
record of 9:1(5, tho mark which he
lowered to 9:12 3 5 early in tho
Uolujrto tlio Const.
Wilho Wilder and Frank Vidu,
two well known young men of
Honolulu, loavo tomorrow for
Sm Frnnoii-co, whoro thoy go fur
recreation nntl pleasure. Both of
tho boys, who aro Hawaiian born,
will undoubtedly enjoy this, ti oir
first trip to tho Const. Thoy ex
pect to return in about six weeks.
A friendly suggestion is that tho
boys seouro rotum tickots before
ltd On It llvcrj rime.
You cau wagor your last dollar
on Senttlo Boor with tho nbsoluto
aBsuranco that you will win. No
boor is superior to it for purity,
for ilavor, or as a tonic Seattle
Beor is pure, as it represents the
best production of master brewers,
nud being made by superior
braiiiB mid honest labor should bo
used by all who boliovo in using
the best. On tap or in bottles at
A. ,). Derby, D.D.S., Dontol
office CotlngQ No. 100, Altikoa
otioet, telephone J o. G15. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 v.n.
Highest of nil In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
T,&tr m -OKE? HiSfc.vt
H R, m4V VH-t
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove u comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
or air inlot in the
i end of tho bottle
which admits air,
bnek of food. n.s fast.
J as food is drawn out,
ensy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
-5 vnlvo docs
is easily nd
justed, but i
pulled out bv
3. No fcecrc-
tion is possible. I'i
us there nro no vj:
angles or cor
ners in the
. This nurser
having an opening at
onch end, can bo easily and
thoroughly cleaned, a point of
the greatest importance.
Prico, 2" cents, complete
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
I.rnilii lor "I'klumirv I'leld.
Rev. Dr. Hendry, chief of tho
Presbyterian branoli of Chinose
Missions, and his dnnghtor, Miss
Hondry. lrnvo hero on tho Rio
Janeiro to-morrow for China. Dr.
fJendiy baa boon councctod with
the .vork iu tho Oriont f r a groit
many years, and has just com
pleted a much noeded furlough of
eighteen months inAinoriou. Miss
Hendry will bgin netivo mission
ary labors immediately on her
nrrivnl in China, i-uferi.ig tho
Presbyterian Mission House in
Canton. She is thoroughly ac
quainted with the Chinese people,
having ben born and brmght up
among them. Ths knowledge,
added to her great nalutnl gifts,
will mnko hor a valuable noquisi
tion to the little knot of missionary
workers who lab-.r there under
the guidance i.f the PiYhbytoriun
Church. S. F. Chronica.
C'onrrrt on llio illuiiuuiii.
A coucort and dnnco was held
ou board tho S. S. Monowai lust
evening as a conclusion of tho
trip botwoon 'Frisco and this port.
Tho deck wns beautifully decorat
ed with ilags and electric light.
This, combined with tho lovoly
moonlight and balmy breeze,
formed a most exquisite evoning.
There wore many who tripped the
light fantastic on tho woll waxed
dock. A most onjoyablo ovening
was had by all.
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 21
Saturday Night, Nov. 21,
"The Lost Paradise."
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
"The Charity Ball."
Thursday Night, Nov. 29,
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 28
"The Highest Bidder."
Saturday Night, Nov. 28,
C3V fotH for the Entire Second Weok
will I ou mile Buttmlay, Nov. 21. 4(JUf
NOVEMBER 20. 1896.
Wl KIPIHITI tflML'll'il
t weM"7 n-"w
TO CONTINUE HER GROISE
THE WHAI.ru AVIII:M) WILIi
Cnptnln I'olry li Louil In 1'rnUc
or tho Klmlucnn or the Cnptnln
of Itovviiuo Cultorfr,
A ropresontntivo of this paper
spent a ory pleasant hour with
Captain Charles II. Foley of the
whaling bark Gayhead and his
nniinblo wifo this morning, listen
ing to romiuisconces of thoir re
Captain Foloy hails from Nan
tucket, Mass., whoro ho has n
pleasant homo and whoro tho ship
is owned. Ho loft San Francisco
on tho 22d of February of this
year with tho understanding that
if ho obtained 8000 pounds of
whalebono any time within two
years ho was to return at once.
So far ho has beoii blessed with
good luck, having nlroady sent '
Homo ouUU pounds, uow valued at
S-l per pound. Tho catch of oil is 400
carrels to date, obtained from
four whales. Ho values tho pro
coeds of his present cmise so far
When tho Gayhead loft tho
Arctic regions ho loft about
thirty sailing vossols thoro besides
several steam whalors. Of tho
sailing ships a few had ono whalo
and tho other none. Tho steamers
had ono and two each. The Gay
head's luck is ascribed to tho pre
sence on board of tho captain's
wiTo, who is regarded by tho
sailors as tho ship's mascot. Two
whales woro caught on Kodiac
within sight of Mount St. Elias,
whoro Captain Foley cruised for
a time, another was taken in
Behring soa and tho other in tho
During his voyngo Captain
Foloy ran across several U. S.
rovouuo cutters and he speaks
vory highly of the kindness
shown liim by thoir officers
on every possiblo occasion. Cap
tain Tuttlo of tho Bear volunteer
ed to tako down a head of whnlo
bono, weighing 1300 pounds and
worth S8000 to Ounalnska, which
saved him from carrying it to tho
Arctic and back, besidos onabling
tho owners to realizo on it sooner.
Captain Roberts of tho Rush gavo
him a tow out of Ounnlaska which
was tho moans of his capturing a
S7000 whalo tho next day. Ho
mot the U. S. Graut nt St. Paul
and at Kodiac aud each timo Cap
tain Smith kindly took chargo of
letters and parcels to bo forwarded
home. When ho last saw Captain
Tuttlo of tho Bear, that ship had
just rescued tho crow o( tho whal
ing brig Hidalgo on Point Hope
iu tho Arctic and was taking thorn
along to Port Townsond.
At Ounnlaska Commodoro
Hooper of tho rovouuo Hoot did
everything possiblo to add to their
comfort. At St Pnul Captain
Foloy bocomo acquainted with
Mr. Townsond, who is attached to
tho Albatross, but for tho time
being is stationed at St. Paul
to gather facts relalivo to tho des
truction of tho seal hords in con
junction with some English com
missioners who are investigating
tho same subject. Captain Foley
says that last year between 40,000
and 50,000 seal pups perished
from starvation owing to their
mothers being killed off by hunt
ers. Ho statos plainly that if tho
present stato of nffairs continues
tho seals aro doomed to total des
truclion iu a vory fow years.
Mrs. Foloy, who has been iu
poor health for a number of years,
accompanied hor husband on thi3
voyngo in tho hopo that alio might
thoroughly recuperate. Sho was
doing woll until theshijjoncnunt
eiid a hoavy storm in the
Arctic. Captain Foley has been
cruising iu thoso regions binco
1868,nud this was by far tho worst
galo ho ovor experienced, It
drovo tho solid ico lloo fiom lati
tude 72 to G9 in four days, spoiled
Continued on Slh J'ayc.
For One Week Only!
A SPECIAL BARGAII ,
N. S. SACHS'
GSO Fort Btreot.
Ladies' Drop Stitch Hose
DBlack and Shades of Tan
ONLY 35 CENTS A PAIR.
3T Guaranteed to bo Absolutely Fos1 Color
No. 10 Store
Iigsl lugs! Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BST" All Just Rocoivod at
p. W. Schmidt $w$
Offer this weok a fine lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
ns useful Christmas Pro
sonts and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
ALL THE HANKROPT STOCK OF
Qoldntone llroa. of Portland, Ore
gon, has been Purchased by
Tho Stock consists of Hun's Light-Weight
Coats nud Ve&ts. in Sizes from 3.1 to
CO; Former inco, $2 50 to $10. I Will
Sell Them from $1 25 to $5, in
Mohair, Cuincl's Hnir nud Flannel.
Also a Limited Number of Roy's Co Us and
Yosts nt 1.50, and Children's Suits
from 4 to IS Years of Ago, front $2 tq
Goods Will ho Tlacod on Salo Saturday
Nov. Slat, and Will Continuo Until
They Havo Been Sold Out.
I, LEVINGSTON, - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotol Street
f aycrlcy Block-
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Merohnnt street, Campbell
llloek icar of J. O. Cartot' office, V. O,
Mortgagee's Notico cf Intention to
Forecloso and of Sale.
In accordanco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgago
nmdo by Josoph Polo and Keamo,
his wifo, to H. J)imond, dated
Soptomher 20th, 1881, and duly
assigned by II. and J.Watorhouso,
oxoeutorB under the will oII.
l)iinond, by assignment recorded
in said ollieo in Liber lGtl, page
275, Ac, recorded in tho Register
oflico, O.iliu, in Libr 8S, pnge
308-9, notico is hereby givou that
said mortunyoo iutonds to foreclose
tho salne for condition brokon, to
wit.: tho nou payment of both
principal and interest when due.
Notico is likowise givou that
aftor tlio oxpiiation of thrco weeks
from this date the property cov
ered by said mortgage will bo
ndvertised for salo and will bo
Bold at public auction at tho auc
tion rooms of Jut,. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho 30lh
day of November, 189(5, at 12
o'clook noon of that day.
U. YVATER1I0U6E, Jr.,
AsHi'.'iiee of Mortgago.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Magoon, Attorney
for II. YV'atorhouse, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Xov.-lth, 189C.
TIih pioprrty to bo sold is us
All that piece or parcel of land
situated .it Kow lo, P'inon, Island
if On lin , drroiibid iu Royil
Piitm.t No lfl-JC Kiili-mi' 10,276,
to Milium ns Apulia 2. Tuiu and
Kii'ti bind, mio ii.rtiuul.rly de
scribed i'fi follows:
'E liiioni'il-a mi ko kilii Homa
o kii loi kolo o J. l'iikoi ko kihi
I lik inn uiuukn o I;-ia aunt, a o
hob- Ak in 19 ; Inm. 16G Kapuui
mi kiiauii'i mnvahoo ke k olo a
hikt i ku Polinkn i Pea in X pili
ana mo ko Kilawain uluilu Homft
'M Kom. 52 Knpttii, ;;ihi o
K.iluw.ia, a Akau 50 3 Kom. 38
Kipuni imahu.i n Akau ! l Kom.
110 Knpiuii ma ko Kaluwain ia
man noao a liiki i ko Koknwowo,
uluilu Ili-mii '10 K'in. 72 K pnai
inn ko Koknwowo a hiki i k Kn
lawaiii, niudii ma ia nina Homa
43J Hikma 281 Kupiiai u hikii
l;a polij.ku inn ko alii liilii, o pili
nna me ka inokuna o Knwalo a mo
Auwaiulimu, uluilu, Polulei i uku.
E pili una mo ka aina o ko kula a
liiki i kalii i hoomaka fti o ka Hi
72-100 oka." 151-td
Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium
Again Open to Its Members.
Monday KvriiiiiH, Nov. 9, ut 7 -15, Classes
for Youiik Men.
'IhurHdiiy KvoniiiR, Nov. 12, at 7:45,
Clu-bt-o foi Yiiuuy lion.
Thursday Afternoon, at 3.30, Clasum lor
SXF" Undor tho instruction o( Oompe
tont Locid '1'tarliors. 45:i-'iw
Tho Paoilio Hardware Company
offor a lirst class lawn sprinkler
at a dollar and a half. Three
dollars wbb asked for these
sprinklers a mouth ago by other
"Willi, Nichols Co. nro tho Bole
and exclusive ngonts for Finnoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was delivered to thorn today.
Peoplo on tho other islands who
wish a copy can seouro ono
promptly by addressing the above
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