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LOCAL AND GENERAL"
"The Olinrity Bull" tonight.
Court Camoes, A. 0. E., has n
Tlio next stenmerfroin tho Const
is the Gaelic, duo noxt Saturday.
The battalion from tho U. S. S.
Adams had shore drill this morn
ing. Every member of the Frawley
Company appears in this ovoniug's
Therot was a big crowd at tho
Emma square baud concert last
Tho stono front on tho now
Love building on Eort street is
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O.
1, has an important business
meeting for tonight
Good seatB in tho Dre.s Circlo
and Family Circlo can bo had for
Captain Kanao and a couple of
polici-mcji went ov-r to Alolokni
on olluial Imsiucss mut night.
Minco pies and every variety of
pastry, with ice cream, are to bo
obtained at tho Elito for Thanks
giving. Tho Portuguese throughout tho
islands are preparing to colobrato
their Independence day, which
comes on December 1st.
Tho Iwalaui sails at fi o'clock
this afternoon on the Mikahala's
route. Tho latter vessol will take
tho V. G. Hall's routo on tho
Malinger Lucas of tho Hawaii
an hotel will give another dinner
and danco tomorrow evming.
Music to bo furnished by tho
Tho Hawaiian National Band
will shoi tly give a concert at tho
opera hoiioO, probably on Friday
evening. Tho proceeds will be
for their own benefit.
Fred Harrison is making good
progroBs on the new Fisher build
ing, to bo occupied by tho Pop
ploton bakery. The foundations
aro about completed.
A local weathor shnrp predicts
n coming Kona. lie bases
bis prediction on tho low state of
tho barometer and tho heavy seaB
coming from the south.
Bishop Willis l.avos for Laha-
ina on Friday to perform the
innrriniio 'jeremmiy between Miss
Mniia Hose of that place and H.
-J. Harrison of Honolulu.
Tho Peacock saloons Cosmo
politan, Royal, Pacific and Annex
aro serving a fine half nnd half,
Euglish porter and Pabst beer.
25 cents buys two glasses. Checks
aro good at all three saloons.
Captain Jack Leo is receiving
tho congratulations of his friends
on tho good pnssngo of tho C. D.
Bryaut from Newcastle. Ho had
a pock of trouble on the voyago,
4iB will bo seeu in another column.
Second mato Bagby of tho bark
Diamoud Hoad, formerly tho
Gainsborough, fell from 'tweon
decks to tho bottom of tho hold
yesterday afternoon, breaking a
leg. Ho was taken to tho hos
pital. Tho two performing boars
which are exhibited by their Ital
ian ownerB on tho vacaut lot on
tho corner of Beretania and Fort
streets aro a source of daily won
der to crowds of admiring native
Tho statement is made that
Captain Clarko, formorly of the
wrecked steamship Colombia, uud
now serving as second mate of
the Australia, will take a position
on tho Oceanic dock after tho noxt
trip of tho Australia.
Tho Methodist and Christian
ohurohes will hold a joint Thanks
giving service on Thursday morn
ing, the sermon being preached by
Rev. J. M. Monroe. Tho service
will tako placo in tho Methodist
church and cotnmonco at 11
Gus Schumann sold all his lato
importations of vehicles, but,
luckily, ho received a now and
elaborate consignment by tho last
Australia. Buggies, carriages,
dog carts, landaus, barouches,
etc Very latest styles and very
reasonable in prices.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
" Any Other Known Brand.
Ml: Yi'itr Gryccr Fur It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Dr. liurgess' telephone No. is
The "Warriinoo will leave for
Vancouver at 2 a. m.
Dr. Peterson's caul with ollico
hourB appears in this paper.
Love's bakery is in tho vau I
again with Tliauksgiviug miuco
F. S. DodgOj the Government
surveyor, was in tho Molokai ex
pedition. Tho Warrimoo mail closes at 11
o'clock tonight, tho stoamer sails '
at 2 a. m. tomorrow. '
Tho Warrimoo brought two pap
souporB for this port, Mrs. S. E.
Swan and Mr. Greig.
Thanksgiving sorvicos at tho
Roman Catholio Cathedral aie
Look out for chicken roost
prowlers. Thy will bo after your
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from S1.00 per week up.
Ollicor Toma captured two Jap
anese deserters from tho Bteam
a lip Toyo Maru today.
Mr. u. a. liign, uonlist, gra
duate Philadelphia Deutal Col
lego, 1802. Masonic Templo.
Tho High School has been fitted
with electric lights, and pupils aro
to givo a concort to pay tho bill.
Horn's bakery will supply you
with all manner of uios, ico cream,
brown bread, etc., tor Thanksgiv
ing. Fred. L. Waldron is the happi
est man in town today, all ou ac
count of tho arrival of tho Warri
moo. Tho contract labororB in quar
antine all loavo for thoir respoc
tivo plantations on this afternoon's
The uativo boy who wus thrown
from a horso yestorday afternoon
was not iiB seriously hurt as wub
Dr. Huddy, dentist, having re
turned from tho Coast, attain
presents his card to tho roadors of ,
Frames for Citizens' Guard Cer
tificates made to order for from
10c. each up at King Bros., 110
Electric lights have boon placed
in tho Honolulu market by Sup
erintendent Cnssidy for early
Lieutenant Needham arrested a
couplo of Chinese opium fiends
this morning, together with a
partly used tin of the stuff.
Tho Attoruoy-Gonoral in this
issue calle for tenders for supplies
to Oahu prison for ono year be
ginning with tho first of Doceui
bor. A London lady, ou hoariug tho
news of tho wreck of tho mission
ary stoamer Dayspring, offered
$5000 towards replacing tho ves
sel. In a now advertisement to ap
pear tomorrow tho Hawaiian
Hardwnio Company will call at
tention to tho new telescope coHeo
pot, claimed to bo superior to any
thing of tho kind yet invonted.
Jaynsuraya has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trade. Many handsomo articles
aro on exhibition at his storo
No. G Hotel street.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rnrto, manager. It you want a
back with good horso and o.iro
'il driver ring uu j.Vlt(thinG 118,
oorner of Fort nnd Mtrchant
itroets Hank at all hours.
Goar it Ablos is tho name of a
now real estate and general busi
ness agency firm. Both the part
ners are well . and favorably
known in business circles, and
Mr. Gear has been for 6omo time
in the sanio lino that tho firm
?Inllu' I'rlccs Itoiliicvil.
"The Highest Bidder," a do
lightful comedy, will bo played at
the Satuiday matinoo by tho
Frawloy Compauy. Iu order to
allow tho children to attend, the
prices have boon reduced. Theso
aro tho prices: Gallery, 25 cents;
Family Circle, 60 and 75 cents;
last threo rows in dress cirolo, 75
cents; all other heats in Orchestra
and Dress Circle, ono dollar.
Childrou uuder tou yearn of ago
will bo provided with reserved
Boats for f)0 conts.
Evening Bulletin 76epcr month.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Litest U. S. Gov't Report.
8 W w nm
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
provo a comfort to
infants. Jt has '4
points in its fnvor.
1. It has a valve
nr niv inlnt. in 4lin
s B end of the bottle
f which admits air.
duck 01 loon, as last
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
2. -The r3j
not leak, -T7
justed, but -y
is easily ad
pulled out by J)
.'. No secro- L a
on is possible, u .
3 th ore arc no v&si
I. This nur
having an open
iinen eni, can tie
a point of
tho greatest importance.
Price, 23 cents, complete.
IIOKKON DitUG CO., Agents.
fc 1 .
AX OOi:N TICAfiKHY.
AI11 II 1 11.
I I'iiii I t'ldlil
A dispatch fioin Brisbane of
the !)th iust.in the Australian Star,
Sydnoy, tells the following story
of a terriblo timo ou board a ship
on tho high spas:
An oxtraordiuary story of mur
der and suicide on tho high scnB
is told by the captain and crow of
tho ship Blengfell, which arrived
yestorday afternoon from Non
York. Tho perpetrator was an
American negro named John
Godfioy, cook of tho ship. This
individual fell ill on August 1,
and remained iu his bunk till
August 15, whon ho told tho cap
tain ho was about the same. That
night ho was seized with a homi
cidal mania, and, possessing him
self of a revolver, attempted to
shoot the crow. Ho found two
sailors, J. Silva and W. Wicks,
asleep in their bunks, and put
sovoral bullets into each of them,
but not with fatal effects. Tho two
men succeeded in getting away
and, bleeding from th.'ir wounds,
rushed to the saloou, whore they
told tho captain what had happen
ed. Tho later immediately rushed
on dock, armed with a rovolver,
and was at once fiied at by
Godfrey, who called out, "You'll
shoot me, will yon." Ho hud in
the moautirao shot nuothor sailor
named Samuel Lewis with fatal
offoct. Godfroy took up his placo
in tiie torocaBtlo, and next morn
ing, wlun an effort was made to
diblodgo him, became out. Shut:
were exchanged on both sided
without effect. Tho Bhip Mario
Hackfeld wus sighted during tho
day, but was uuablo to supply tho
crow with firearms. Tho
eiogo in the forecastle
was kept up all day,
but although Bhots were exchang
ed at intervals nothing resulted.
Watch was kopt all noxt day, but
Godfroy romaiued strangely quiet.
On August 18 a party wont for
ward to tho forecastle, to find that
tho muulerer had disappeared,
having evidently jumped over
board. Ho left behind a written
statement, in which ho Biiid he
had intended to kill both tho men
ho wounded, and asked that his
effects should bo thrown aftor
The uniUrif;niil liho thin day entered
into 1'iirliiHiship nuclei tho linn unnio o(
Geur it Ab'cs for the liurpoho o( enuring
OU II ItCllI Knllltj 1111(1 GoilOntl HUhlUfFH
Aginiey. I C. A1IMCS,
l'7-:it A. V.GKAlt.
1 j . "j
ing at &
NOVEMBER 21, 189G.
"I'm .tic on ai itiiirhtit,"
Tho title of this wollknowu
song as well as the song itself
emanated from tho brain of an
employo of tho Buffalo Blowing
Company. That enterprising firm,
bolioving that a man who could
composo so catchy an air must
havp a largo and woll balanced
brain, stiaightway raised his sala
ry. This has provon to be a goud
movo on their part hb is testified
by the excollont qualities of their
beer, which is dispensed over tho
bars of the Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Royal snloons at tho rate
of two glasses for 25c; half
and half is also served at tho
samo price. It is always
fresh and cold and lifo-BUstaining.
Or you can get ono glass of Buf
falo and ono of Pabst beor, tho
fine product of the Milwaukeo
brewery. Exchangeable chockB
good at all the abovo-moutioned
resorts aro givon in chango if you
only want ono drink. "Best beor
over in Honolulu," is tho vordict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. TlmiihNulWiig 1'Icr.
Extra minco and cranborry pieB
mado by H. F. Singer, who has
for a numbor of years beon the
pio maker for Swain, tho cele
brated Sun Francisco baker. Send
in your ordorB. Tclophono 872.
A doljvory will bo mado Thursday
morning. Orders placed in ad
vance will bo carefully attended
o'clock a. m.
Mass and Te Deum.
INXr. J nyasuraya,
Denier in Ccyloneso NotcUIch nnd Jowolry,
hits inocil to No. 0 Hotel Street.
C ft. PETERSON,
Itcmored to No. 23 I'ninin Street.
Ofllco Hours: 8 to 10 n. in., 2 to J mul
7 to 8 1 1. in. Telephone 7S2. 4G7-"m
Geo. EC. 1-Xuddy,
D. D. S.,
.ri32 Fort Streot.
Hours from 0 n. m. to
DR. BERT; F. BDRGESS,
J .Physicinn AND Suv"con
j ' ""'
Hours: Si'iOto Ida. in.,
4 p. in,, and 7 to 8 p. m.
44Ul'niiclil)ol elrt-etor 141 Miller rtrect,
Honolulu, O.ilm. Telephone B.7. -IfiG-tf
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estato and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Streot.
JtllV 1'. O.
Of Ecry Description
B. Murray s Carriacl
I Imvo jnst oponeil my Now hlioji mid
nm mcpiuod to
suit my out itnn now
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
SPECIAL ATTENTION . .
jg: THIS WEEK
N. S. SACHS'
520 lorfc Street.
A Big Bargain m Silks!
l-aro Silks in A.11 Rhodes and Colors, suit
able for Dress Wear or 1-fan.cv Arork,
FOR 35 CENTS A YARD.
This special reduction is
-S&r Solid Silver Hat Pins
Will be Given Away.
No. 10 Store
Iugs! lugsl lugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry ami Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BSF" All Just Kecoivod at
Offer this wook a fiuo lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS
as useful Christmas Pro
souts and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
ALL THE BANKRUPT STOCK OV
Goldtitoue ltrua. of 1'ortlaml. Ore'
gnu, lms been l'nrciiasod by
"XI Hi Jk.A3U.
Tho Stock consists of Mon'H LiRlit-WoiRhl
Gouts mul Vest.s, in Hizes from 3.l to
flil, 1 ormor rico, S'J (50 to 10. I Will
Hull Thorn from Si 25 to $5, in
Molmir, Cuuiel'H Hair and Flannel.
a Limited Number of Roy'n Co 'ts nnd
Vests at $1.50. nnd Cluldron's Suits
from 4 to 15 Yearn of Age, from $2 to
Goods Will bo l'lueed on Salo Suturduy.
Nov. 21st, and Will Continue Until
They Have Ileon Sold Out.
I. LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotol Street
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
'.'03 Mercliuut streot, Campboll
of J. O. Ciutox office. P. O.
Tame Goose ; Teal,
Maltard nnd Spring Ducks,
Chickens, Loins and
Ribs of Pork,
Pork Tenderloins and
Metropolitan Meat Co.
CranlieiiT ami Oilirr Fruit-I'l?. CaUea
nnil Kniu-i I'.HlriP In (Jrcit Vailuty, Dc
llcii'iia luo Crc.mi ami sliurbctn.
Rf" Sniil VourOnl'iid Karlj.
Ico Cream Parlors.
' Apple Ties,
Ice Cream (all flavors),
Fruit Sherbeh ami
Home-Made "Brown liread.
Leave Your Orders Early
Notico to Intonding Furchasors.
Ah Ahsignro or tho Edtuto of II.
F. Poor, a bankrupt, I nm open
tor ui'gotiiitiorih for Uio snlo of his
ivhI Chtite, bitunlo tit Kapuhulu
K.ipii'luiii Puik, Vaikiki. Map
of tho Biiiuu can bo siou uud par
tioulniH lo.irnocl by culling on uio
at my nlliun nil ICnalinmnnuRtreet.
JOHN r. CULUUHN.
Uonolulu, Nov. G, 1B0G. -153-tf
The Annual Mfcllii;: of tlio Honolulu
Libritry mid Rending Rooms Association
will bo beld ut LibiHry I lull ou tlio len
inuof 1'iidny, Nov. 27tb,nt 7i30 o'clock,
fur tlio l.kctlou of Oniciii aud other im