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LOCAL. AND GENERAL.
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J J Drought still prevailed in Ko
Ja naln nt lulest uecouuts.
kl Kc Tho Board of Education will bo
.! Ay in BosBion tliia nftornoon.
Tho Thanksgiving Horvicos tit
tho churohdsv(vdro well attended
8. Both llns Bold his waterside
villa nt Pearl ILirbnr Poninsuk
to Mrs. Noonnn for $1500.
Tho box plan of tho opcrn liouao
for tomorrow night ehows thnt
nnothor big house is insured.
Now tolephono polos nro boing
put in poaition along King street.
Olms. (Jrntie is bossing tho job.
T. P. Sovorin onmo back from a
biiBiiiPHS trip to ICiimii in time to
got soino Thnuksgiviug turkey.
There will bo shootiug for Gov
ernment medals by tho militia
next mouth. They will bo gold,
(silver and bronze.
Wall, Niohols Co. Bot up a
French doll for competition by
children under ton, in writing a
letter to .Santa Ohuis.
The annual mooting of tho Ho
nolulu Library Association takes
placo this ovoning at 7:30. Now
ouicers aro to bo olocted.
Yeo Chan is solliug out his
stock at low prices to raiso money
for paying oh" a retiring partner.
Seo his iiguros olsowhero.
Thero was a very largo atten
dance of society pooplo at tho
Bpccial dinner and dance given at
the Hawaiian hotel on Wednesday
This aftornooni tho Methodist
ladieBoonliuuotheiilawn party and
fair at tho residence of JUev. 11. W.
Pock, Borotauin mauka side near
Don't Forget Ushers T. V. F.
"The Very Finest" whiskey ever
importod to tho iHlauds is now on
Bale at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch mid it's Al.
Tho meeting of tho Board of
Health, which was to have beon
hold on Wednesday afternoon,
wont over till next week, there bo
ing no important business on
Thoro will bo an afternoon en
tortainmont at tho Young Hawai
ians' Instituto tomorrow at 1:30
o'clock. Music, Binging, and a
lecture by J. M. Poepoo aro on tho
Tho damp weather deranged the
tolophouo service considerably
yp8torday. It was almost impos
sible in Bomo ernes to get connec
tions, and when made talk was
Jayasnraya has received a
largo invoice of Ceyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, oto., for the holiduy
trade. Many handsome ni tides
ore on exhibition at his store
No. G Hotel Btreot.
Now that Thanksgiving is over,
it is time to think about Ohrist
inaB and the holidays. Merchants
should not fail to remember that
tho Bulletin ib tho best adver
tising medium in the Islands.
- Thoro was no cricket match yes
terday, but a short practico at the
wickets. Some one countermand
ed tho call unknown to tho fow
who ntteuded, although tho ground
,-under a fow hours' suu hud be
come iu excellent condition.
Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
and exclusive agents for Fiunoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was dolivored to them today.
Peoplo on tho othor islands who
wish a copy can Bcouro ono
promptly by addressing tho abovo
A OhinoBo named Wai Man was
arrested this morning on com
plaint of Pau Lin, who charges
him with robbory. The prosecut
ing witness says Wai Man attack
ed him on the highway and made
him give up a purse aud coutonts,
Seats aro now on sale for tho
third and last week of tho Frawley
ongugemont. Tho following plays
will bo presented. Tuesday, Doc.
1, "His Wifo's Father;" Thursday,
"Tho Great Unkuown;" Saturday
matinoo, "All tho Comforts of
Homo;" Saturday uight, "Nancy
DPJETED SNOW FLOUIi
j&Uva Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Ak Your (irociT For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
1 ho art exhibition is open this
Two chefa ticket peddlers woro
arrested this morning.
Bishop Willis loft for Lahaiua
on tho Mikajiala this morning.
F. M. Swanzy of Theo. H.
Dnvies & Co. loft for Hawaii this
The lurk H. Huckfold will ship
a nativo crew for tho round trip
Secretary Jonos calls a' mooting
of oillcors of tho Annexation Club
for this ovoning.
Only throe arrests woro made
by tho police yestordoy, and they
woro common drunks.
ThoBtoroof tho Wall, Nichols
Co. is closed today, while holiday
goods nro being tjisplayed.
A number of opium aud other
catos in tho pulico court thiB
morning went over until Mon
day. Tomorrow btiing Iudepondenco
Day tho Government ollices will
bo closed, aud tho hanks will
closo at noon.
Thomas Johnson, a deserter
from tho bark S. 0. Allon, was
captured by Ollicor Harry Evans
The military parado yeBtorday
morning drew out quito a number
of spectators iu spito of tho
A South Sea iBlandor named
John was sent over to the reef by
Judge do la Vorguo tliis morning
for three months for vagrauoy.
Tho loport that Pat Cullon had
beon captured appears to bo with
out foundation, at leant tho police
have no knowledge of tho capturp.
In tho police court this morning
five drunks paid tho usual penalty
of their indiscretion, and Charles
Olarko was fined S10 and 81.10
costs for carrying a concealed
Tho Hawaiiau Historical Socie
ty will hold its annual meeting
Saturday, tho 28th, at 7:30 p.m.
Besides the anuual reportg, some
interesting papers by Mrs. Nakui
na and othois will bo read.
Eroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing aud repairing. BSoF" Tole
If you waut a good Islaud po
tato just ling up 755,Pnlama Gro
cory,and thoy will send you a bug
of the unrivalled Kolinla bpuds,
grown from Now Zealaud seed,
bold at our usual live and let livo
rates. Palania Grocery, opposito
The rainfall for tho 24 hours
ending at f:30 this morning
amounted to 70-lOOths of on inch
at Frank Brown's place. At Ka
piolani park and in town it was
about a tenth of on inch more.
Fivo hundredths of an inch foil
iu this morning's shower.
r'iit llolltliiy DNplny.
Books and toys; toys aud books.
A handsome toy for ovory child
and a valuable book, beautifully
bound, for both children and
grown peoplo. Music galore;
musical instruments in profusion
and a still greater profusion of
artistic, useful, ornamental, plea
sure giving, enchantiug Holiday
Novelties constitute tho articles
on to bo exhibited at Wall,
Nichols Co.'s big store, com
mencing tomorrow morning at 0
a. m. Tho grandest display of
holiday goods over soon on tho
IslandB. Everything is now, at
tractive, interesting and intended
to captivate. It's a show in itself
and can all bo seen tomorrow
morning at tho now Stationery,
Toy and Book Emporium of Wall,
Nichols Co. Don't miss it.
Information Tor Tourist.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
eteomor was met on tho dock by
n Milesiau American friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to have tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho OustoniB Inspector
at tho gate tho stranger remarked
to his friond "Do you 'ave much
rain 'oro?" IUinieu mo boy,
gallons of it, just coma up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
ust bo in time for lunoh too and
that's tho only place in town
whero they serve it up in proper
stylo with a glass of Rainier
Beeii to oquilibrializo tho solids
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove a comfort to
infants. It has 4
points in its favor.
or air inlet in tho
end of tho bottle
which admits air,
back of food, as fast
as food is drawn out,
easy and making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus provonting
, valvo does
is easily nd-
not leak, -WZ"
pulled out by
3. No secre
tion is possible,
as there aro no
angles or cor
ners in tho
I. This nurser
having nn opening
each end, can bo easily and
thotoughly cleaned, a point of
tho greatest importance.
Price, 2" cents, complete.
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
A Minting of nil tho Officers of
the Annexation Club will ho held
in tho Diill Shed THIS 1 FRIDAY)
EVENING at 7:30 ..'clook. All
oftieera aro requested to ba preson,
J. WALTER JONES,
Tho Annnnl Mputliic? of tlm irnnn'uln
jLilirury and Roadiug Kooin-t Association
will be lieiu at l.llirurv Hull on the Fveu-
Iiir of Fridoy, Nov 27th, nt 7:30 o'clock,
i for tho Election of OflUeru and other im
I poitnnt buBinoB.
II. A. PAIlMELUfi,
j fiiniinr. nn
n tito oaoy.
KTnunnu Street, Ono D. or Mauka of Kinp; Street.
SALE FOR 30 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In ordor to pay out ono of My Partnors,
I am obliged to force the sale of
Look at tho following quotations and bo
Brown Cotton, 22 yards, $1.00
" " 1 yard wide, 15 yards, $1.00
Whito " fan mnik, 1 yard wide, Uc.
" " 20 yards, $1.00
" 10-4 Blankots nor pair, 80o.
Colored 10 d " " " 80o.
Mon's Fast Black Socks, 10c. pair, 3 pairs,"25c.
" " " " oTtrn" quality, U.85 elo.on
Ladies BJnok Hose, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 25o.
" Oxford Slippors, 7Co. n pair
Mon's, good working Shoos, $1.25 per pair
Children's Shoos, from 75c. o pair
Men's working Shirts, from 25c.
" Undershirts 20o , 3 for 50c.
" Jean Drawers 85o. a pair
" Blue Suits, comploto emly fl.00
" " Sorgo Suits, guaranteed fust color, -W.SO
" Working Pants, best kind, SI. 75
" Twoed Coats, largo variety, $2.00 $2.50
" Whito UnliMiuloral Shirts, dOc. .
All Silk Neckties, 20o., 3 for 50c.
Alarm Clocks. $1 00
Niokol Stom WindorWntoh, 2.00
Mon's Wool Hats, from dOo.
Best kind heavy PoJicoruon's Shoos, $2.fi0
Boy's Suits, $1.50-2.00, a largo vuiiety
NOVEMBER 27, 1890.
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Never boforo in a political catn
ptign htiB thore ho n manifested
such nn interest in "good roads"
as is shown at tho present time.
Tho bicycla asstoiatiuns all over
tho country havo taken tin the
bitllo for good roads, nntl are re
quiring pledges from their loc.il
canoidat8 favoring tho use of
convict labor upon tho rouds, in
stnud of using tho inmutts
jicnitontiiuios us hpretnfurp in pio
ducuiR mutiufnctureel articles in
competition with free labor. Nn
onn, oxcept tho companios and
individuals who bonelit thoiehy,
will o ntond that tho conttnct
system in voguo in many of tho
stiles is a wise method of employ
ing thoo who havo boon convicted
of felony, and it has long beon
soon that a ohango must bo made.
Tho building of good highways
woulel bonefit uot only tho parti
cular localities through which
they paes, but it would bonefit
tho stato nt largo, and no ono
would derivo moro bonefit from
this improvement than the farmer.
As nn instance, it is estimated
that in tho stato of California
alono tho cost of transporting pro
ducts over roads, god, bad and
indifleront, was $66 000.000 last
your, whorens, if tho ronda hnd all
beon in good condition, it would
have cost only $36,000 000. This
saving would havo boon placod to
tho credit of tho farmors. Whilo
it is true that thoro has, in tho
past, been a fooling of antagonism
bttneou the farmors and tho
wheelmen, it is now timo that
both side's should bo willing to
muko concessions, in ordor that
both may bouofit. Tho move
mout in favor of go id roids ele
st rves general and hoarty support.
Tho Irrignt'oT Ago.
Send something Hawaiian to
your frionds at homo this Xmas.
King Bros, have Bomo dainty lit
tlo canls ob well as more preton
! tiotts pictures of our Islaud sconory
j which thoy aro Boiling very roa-
Many wolhknown English mili
tary men havo taken to wheeling.
Lore! Roberts is a devoted whool
man, unliko Lord rol&eloy, who
will not loam. Hut Sir Evolyn
Wood, tho quortermn8tor-gonorol,
may bo soon any aftomoon, whon
oilico heirs aro ovor, mount ng
"Iiih biryclo at tho door of tho
War Office. Tho military s?oro
tnry, G-nornl Grove, is bIbo a pro
SPECIAL ATTEMIOJf . .
S THIS WEEK !
N. S. SACHS'
020 lovt Street.
A Big Bargain in Silks!
Pare Silks in A.11 Shades and Colors, suit
able for Dress Wear or 1-faricv Work,
FOR 35 CENTS A YARD.
This special reduction is
Positively For One Week
"StST. Solid Silver Hat Pins
Will be Given Away.
LiWSS & ,
Take the matter of cheese
and you will find wo have
about every brand manufac
tured. It's a common sort of
thing, is cheese, in a general
way, but if your'e giving a
dinner as much attention
should be paid to the selection
of it as to the joint. Hero's a
partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parmesian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzola, Cavembcrt, Mc
nanta, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, New York Cream,
Sap Sago, Litnburger, Nosegay
Club, Now York Sage, Kro
nenkase, Camenbert, Sierra
Nouchatol and Ptomatour re
ceived on ico by each steamer.
Thcso aro of tho finest
grades made and may bo re
lied upon as being always fresh, j
Lewis & Co.,
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... RKMOVEI) TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Hoursi 8 to 10 n. m,, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Tclophone 752. 407-2ra
Geo. EC. I-3uddy,
D. D. 8.,
032 Fort Street. Hours from 0 n. ra. to
t i. in. -107-ti
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
Hours: 8.30 to 10 n. in., 1:30 to
4 j). ru ami 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
J-Utl'iinchbonl strtut or 14.1 Miller etreet,
Honolulu. Oaliu. Idl-tf
J. T. WATERHOUSE
- A ship load of Agateware
would bo a big lot for ono
storo even in tho United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and moro thnn wo receiv
ed, but what we did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho peoplo if they saw
all tho articles in one pile.
Our stock of Agatewaro is
selected from ".Firsts" not
"Seconds;" tho quality i3 tho
best that can bo madu and wo
soil it at tho piece you used to
pay for tho second quality.
This means a saving of 33
per cent, because tho life of a
fir&t-class prico ef Agatewaro
is a third longor than ono of
tho second class.
When buying for tho holi
day season thero is moro
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
China and there is nothing
more beautiful than a set of
Haviland. Wo havo a com
plete stock of this waro and
sell it in full sots or single
pieces so that if you want to
fill up u sot that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
plates or a course set you cati
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tor Sale or To Let.
Tliroo Iloutica aiar I'uiialiou (Joll.po,
containing from poven to niuo rooms, Lath
room, luills, cloHetH, elo. New, modern
nml commiient. Good view, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTERFICLD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor1 & 33uilder
Estimntcs cixon. Repairs nml nltera-
iioni ninue. worn given prompt attention.
i-if 'l'..lnn),,iiw nri .lll.n
pS. .vt.HVUU V..'..
A Ymmu Man wlslica Hoard anil ltoom (or
Twenty Dollars per innlitli. Address "Prac
tkul," l'ost Ollke. 403 3t
KOTuRY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCM 203 Jlorohant Btreot, Campbell
Uloclc frtnr o( J. O. Ourtoi office, l, O.