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EVENING B0LLET1N, NOVEMBER 25, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Foot ball tomorrow.
Sco cliango in Dr. Mori's card.
Dr. Whitney and wife havo ro
turned from Hawaii.
Deputy Attorney-Gonoral E. P. Paul R. Isonberg has returned
Dolo lmagono to Maui. . by tho Kinau.
Thoro will bo no froight trains ; 0. B. Dwigbt lias relumed from
on tlio railroad tomorrow. ' tlio other islands.
Tho Warrimoo did not got away , The Mibsos A. and M. Woods
until daylight this morning. camo up in tho Kinan .
Sonator II. P. Baldwin roturnod ! C. J. Falk, suporiutoudent of
homo on tho Claudiuo last night, the Kohala railroad, is in tho city.
Thanksgiving dinuor anddanco i Manager 0. McLennan of Lou
nt the Hawuiiau hotel this ovou- ' pahoohoo and wife camo to town
ing. by tho Kiuau.
Hawaiian Lodge No. '21, F. and ' J. T. AValorhouso's grocery do
A. M., has a special meeting this partment will remain opon totnor
evening. row until 10 a. in.
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving Geo. Rodiek, of II. Ilackfold it
Day mi pupor will bo issued from Co.'s clerical stall has returned
this otlico. from a trip to windward.
Co. B and Co. II aio notified in Rotnil morchants say considor
this paper to musler for nmudo at able increase in trade has been
8 o'clock tomorrow morning
Attoution is called vto tlio card
of the Honolulu Sanitarium. It is
n homelike place for invalids.
Ouo important nliiiBO of tho '
coll'eo question iB exhibited in tho gated iron roof over tho now ro
Hawaium Hardwaro Co.'s column, sorvoir was commenced yesterday,
"Wall, Nichols Co. will closo I -Arthur "W. Richardson, formcr
their storo Thursday and Friday ly U. S. Yieo Consul General here,
to arraugo their holiday display. I arrived from Hilo in the Kiuau.
Hawaiian Xinas cards for send- j Tho Hawaiian band will play at
ing to friuudd abioad, may bo tho Exocutivo building this after
KOtten at Kiny Bros., 110 Hotol noon, and tomorrow at tho foot
If you want a
givini dinner, call at tho Ailing'
ton tomorrow nftoruoon fiom 5:0
J. F. Brown, Agent of Public
Lands, advertises a sale of leases
of Government lands on Wednes
day, Decombor 23.
Prof. Henshaw's platiuotypeH '
are going off every day. Cull j "W. H. Halstead 1ms been ap
early and make your selections, poiuted District Magistrato of
Paciliu Hardware Co. j Wailuku. Ho is a lawyer who has
The wifo of Captain Simoreon ' fervod ? country in the Legisla
of tho W. G. Hall is quite sick at t,,r0' nml 0UBllt to mko n 6ood
Keauhou, and Captain Thompson Jut,8-
brought the vessel down in his Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
placo. , pany has a cliango of advertiso-
A moctinc of tho SuudaySohool nonl in this issue, in which ntton-
toachors of tho Cential Union '
church is called for this oveuing,
after tho regular prayer meeting
A regimental pamuo una oecn
i i ivt
ordered tor tomoriow moining at ,
o'clock. It tlio weatlior con-
tiuues bad tho order will probably
Tho full choir will sing at tho
Tlmukfagiviug service at 11 a. m.
in tho Central Union church to
morrow morning. Special music
will be rendered.
Don't Forget Ushers T. V. F.
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey ever
imported to tho Islands is now ou
Bale at tUO KOYAL ANNEX. lt'3
r- i i i n k i dt
.Bcotcu nuu s Ai.
llio Hobron Drug Compauy s
proiuist'B nro leceivmg new olec-
trie wires tlirouguout, tlio old i
being satisfactory to
tho iusurauco people.
Tho Board of Health will hold I
its usual weekly session this nftor
uoon, when several matters con
corning tho loper sottlomout will
bo brought up for action.
Thanksgiving services will bo
hold in most of tho churches to
morrow morniug. Tho congrega
tion of tho Christian church joins
with that of tho Methodist.
"Wildcr'b Bteamor Kinau i'b go
Jul' ou tho marine railway to havo
new plates inserted in place of
ones damaged lately by touching
bottom at one of tho outports.
Antono Cropp of Koloa and
Georgo W. Fairchild of Kealia,
who camo ovorto attend tho meet
ing of tho planters, roturnod to
Kauai ou tho Iwalani last night.
Dotoctivo Kaapa has twelve
native boys and girk in quod for
stealing coppor from tho hull of
tho bark Sumatra, it ib supposed
thoy got away with and Bold about
Artist Fred Yates has presented
tho Pacific Club with a fino por
trait of Dr. McKibbin, ono of its
oldest members, which is on ex
hibition nt tho nit rooms of tho
Pacific Haidwaro Company for a
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
.Uk Your (J roar For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Board and room nro wanted.
Tlio Kinan brought no sugar.
liov. L. Byrdo of Kolialn ia in
.Ti W. Richard is over from lln
malum. noticed in tho past two weoks.
Tlioro was a mooting of tho
Board of Trustees of the Honolu
lu Library Association last night.
Tho work of putting thocorru-
Sovoral members of tho Fraw
loy company woro ontortainod at
luuch on board tho U. S. S.
TMinrn nrn in nil fwnnfv.hvn
1 cases bofore tho Honolulu Tax '
. Appeal Hoard, tho most important ,
: of which is that of tho Inter-
Ialnnd Steamship Company
" !8 cn'lP t0 several nigniy
useful and necessary articles for
Jayasurnya has received a
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arc on cxuinuiou at uis sioro
No. G Hotol street.
City Oarringo Co.. J. P. And.
rado, manager. If yon want o
hack with cood horso und caro-
ful drivor ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort nnd Merchnnt .
Hack at all hours,
something Hawaiian to
yonr friends at homo thia Xmas
'""g uiuo. mi u duuiu uiiimjf i'
( tin nnrrlc nc wnll na innrn ni orin
nioturoB of our Island scenery
whioh thoy nro Bollin , vory rca.
xcceiung to a generally c:;)rt'b-
cd wish and on account
' number of Thanksgiving dinners
arrauged for tomorrow oveuing,
tho management of tho Frawloy
Company anuounco that tho cur
tain will not riso on tomorrow's
performance until 8:30 p. in.
Quarantine officials aro expect
ing tho arrival of another Japa
nese Bteamer with sovoral hun
dred raoro Btudents and contract
laborers on board about Friday or
Saturday. Tho next regular
steamer to bring immigrants will
bo tho China, due on Saturday
Two prisoners woro brought
over by tho Kinau this morniug
iu charge of an officer. Ono was
n native, sentenced to oight months
for resisting an oflicor, and the
other a Japanese woman who was
sent up for six months and fined
S100 for polygamy. The first case
has beon appeuled.
A Young Man wlshei Hoard and Hoom (or
Twenty Dollars per month. Addrcs "l'rac-
tlial," I'ost Omcc.
At 9 o'clock a. m. Special
Mass and Te Deum.
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ml m jtgsssa , '
Here is a nursing
bottlo that will
provo a comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
1. It has a valve
nr air inlet in Mm
'v 4 . w"'on admits air,
uacK oi ioou, hi last
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus provonting
2. The r-., . valvo docs
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leak, -r-v is easily ad-
pulled out by, I
6. .No secre
tion is possible,
ns there aro no
angles or cor-
1 nors m the
4. This nurser
having an opening at
can bo easily and
cleaned, a point of
tho greatest importance.
Price, 25 cents, coinplelo.
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
Atinvoitrii i'od.mi mm.iv.
Niiiiii' ICrnvy '!' ImpoHitl for Font
Itltllnir on tliv Street.
Judge do la Verguo accomplish
ed another big morning's work in
the District Court this morning.
Joo Silva was fined 810 for as-
sault and battery ou Akau.
milrt .,i.fti,a,a i.
o-iiu i;iijuc66iaiuuiib tnumu
nain8t Louis ltiflh wnB sot for
tho 30th, and live opium
cases on tho 27th.
John Ku Jr. and Brito, tho two
mon who indulged in a horso raco
on Borotauia street lust Saturday
afternoon, pleaded guilty of furi
ous riding and woro fined $35 and
75 respectively with S3 costn each,
Brito is tho Portucueso who ran
into Mrs. Hoogs' carrmgo.
In the case ot (J. Ularko, charg'
ed with carrying a concealed
weapon, Marshal Brown testified
that ho was one of those arrested
! on Saturday night for being pres
! out in n nlnnn wlwrn n irnmliliiwr
garao was going on and that a
loaded revolver and cartridges
were found ou his peioon when
searched at tho police station. In
his own behalf tfio dofondant pro
duced a license from tho Interior
Ollico authorizing him to carry
arms. Tho Couit took tho ciibo
Dttrfctivo Gus Cordos gave his
testimony in thoAshworth liquor
case and tho prosecution closed
after introducing two flasks of
spirits in evidence. Tho dofonso
reserved its testimony lor tlio
higher court. Judge do la Yorgno
found tlm defendant cuilty ns
charged and fined him $250, from
which judgmont and sentence
attorney A. G. M. Bobortson at
onco filed an appeal,
The two liquor cases in which
Bipi iB tho dofondant woro thon
taken up and finished. Ho was
found guilty and fined S1C0 on
ono charge and dismissed on tho
Dr. C. B. High, donlist, gra
duate Philadelphia Doutal Col
lege, 1892. Masonic Temple.
For Sale or To Let.
Three Houbos aear Pnuauou Colli ro,
containing from raven to nine room, Imtli.
room, halls. clouotH. cto. Now. modern
I nml convenient. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apvily to
J. A. UDTTKltFIELD,
J. A. BUTTEltFIELD,
Contractor & Huilcler
Khtimntes rKcii. llopalra nnd nlteia
tions mado. Woik givon prompt attoution.
1ST Tolophono Ml. 434-3ui
I'f.AI.N COM1ION FOLK.
"I'nll tnnuy o gotu of pnrobt My teieno,
Tlio dark uiifathomcd aivis of ocean
"Full many a flower is born io b'nsli un-
"Ami wnnto Its Bwcetncs' on tho dosort
Today in musing mood I sat
And pictured in my curling smoko
Long vanished scones; tho friend
And faces, of plain common folk.
I mused on Gray tho poot puro
AVhoso 'Elofrv ' that master-work.
Shows homely joys and fato ob- ,
Things known to just, plain,
com mon folk.
Uncertain Fato conies with its
And souio with lasting greatness
Yot loaves a thousand else, tho
To bo for nye, plain, common
Bound in tho meshes of this Fate
Which sometimes its decrees ro-
Abovo tho lowly, 'uoath tho groat,
Aro millions of plain, common
Tho modest clinging vino adds
Unto tho forest's giant oak
And 'mid earth's mighty, iB a
To people, with plain, common
Not theirs tho poot muso which
Tho rythmic gift their souIb in
voke, Theirs, but to do tho simplo
That duty gives, plain, common
Here, then, as wo around us look,
And view our follow in Hawaii,
Ho should not think that he's for
sook "Who lacks high place in local eyo.
"Wo havo our life; God gives ub
And light nnd air; easy our yoke;
Content in life, at peaco in death,
Ah! Death makes all, plain, com
And this thesoaoon when wo may,
"With grateful hearts, give thanks
"Whoso hand upholds; and always
To lead aside our foot, from sin.
Then when Thanksgiving preans
And old, and young, God's aid iu
voko, Behold! glad tidings from tho
"Christ died for just plain, com
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 189G.
'I hnnltHzlWlii; I'Icm.
Extra mince and cranberry pies
made by II. F. Singor, who hns
for a number of years beon tho
pio innker for Swain, tho cele
brated San Francisco baker. Sond
in your orders. Tolophono 872.
A delivery will bo mado Thursday
morning. Orders placed in ad
vauco will bo carefully attended
DR. C. A. PETERSON
No. 28 Emma Street,
OOlco Hours: 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Tulaplinuo 762. 407-2ni
Geo. H. BDucldy,
D. D. S.,
532 Fort Streot.
4 p. in.
Hours from 0 a. iu. to
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 n. m., 1:30 to
4 p. m ami 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
44fll'iin(.hboul streot or II". Miller street,
Honolulu, Oauu. Telepliouo 85'J. 40O-tf
Evening Bulletin 75c er month.
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THIS WEEK 3S
520 Fort Slroot.
A Big Bargain in Silks!
iPuro Silks in A.11 Shades and Colors, suit
able for IDress "Wear or lancv Work,
FOR 35 CENTS A YABD.
This special reductiotvis
-g Soiid Silver Hat Pins
Will be Given Away.
Lewis C for--.
Tnko the matter of cheese
and you will find we hnve
about every brand manufac-
It's a common sort of
is cheese, in a general
way, but if your'o giving a
dinner as much attention
should bo paid to the selection
of it as to the joint. Here's a
partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parmesian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgon.oln, Cavembcrt, Mc
nantn, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, New York Cream,
Sap Sngo, Limburger, Nosegay
Club, New York Sage, Kro-
uenkase, Camenbcrt, Sierra
Neuchatol and Romatour re
ceived on ico by each Bteamor.
These aro of the finest
grades nindo and moy be re
lied upon ns being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
Attention, Company B.
AllMOItV COMI'ANV H, N. g. n
Honolulu, wovombor "J3, lauu. j
KVEIIY MBMDER OF THI3 COM
mniul Is hereby oidcred to report
al the Drill Slied. TO-MOHKOW
MOHNlNCl, Noembcr "Jo, lb'JO, at 8
o'clock sliarp, lor I'oraue.
p?f Wtilto Trousem, Lesulns anil While
E. A. JACOB30N.
4as-lt I.leittenant Comtnandtn(;.
Attention, Company H.
Ahmouy Company II, N. G. II.,
Honolulu, November no, loyu. j
KVEUY MEMBEIt OF THIS COM
in.uid Is horohy ordored to repot t
nt tho Diill Shod, TO-MOIUtOW
MOItNINO, Novomber 20, 1890, at
8 oclook sharp, lor runuio.
tTWhlto Trousers, LcgBings nnd White
403 it Captain Comuiamllng.
HOMY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Morohant street, Campbell
loch roar of J. O. Carter' office, V. O.
Tame Geese; Tea!,
Mallard and Spring Ducks,
Ch.ckens, Loins and
Ribs of Pork,
Pork Tenderloins and
Metropolitan Meat Oo,
Cranberry nnil Otlicr Kr.ilt I'Iim. Cakes
nml Kancir P.nlrlr In Grral Variety, Do
llcluiiii Ice Cri'iim und slicrbdtt.
tST Sciul Your Onlurs K.irly.
lea Cream Parlors.
Ice Cream (all flavors),
Fruit Sherbets and
Home-Made "Brown Dread.
Leave Your Orders Early
Notice to Intending Purchasers.
As Assignee of tlio Estato of II,
F. Poor, n bankrupt, I urn opon
tor negotiations for Hie sho of bis
real estate, situate nt Kapahula
Knpinlani Park, Vaikiki. Mnp
of tho s.uuo can bo sten and par
ticulars lournod by calling on mo
at my ollico on Kiuibumniiu Streot.
JOHN P. COLUURN.
Honolulu, Nov. 6, 189G. 453-tf
Tho Annnal Mfiotlnc of the-Honolulu
Librury aud Reading Kooaia Association
will bo held at Library Hall on tho Even.
Ing of lViilay. Nov." 27th, nt 7 iM o'clock,
for tho Elootion of Officers aud other lm
II. A. rAKMELEE,
408 Ct Secrotaryt
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