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EVENING BOLLBTJN, NOVEMBER 23. 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Tho Ensign" nl 8.
TJio Poeloflico was closed to
day. Tlio courts and government
oflicos woro nil closed todny.
13uml coucort nt Emma sqimro
this afternoon wo itbor permit
ting. lMeetivo Kaapa arrested a cou
ple ot OliinoBO opium smokers at
nn early hour tliis morning.
MrB. Hrnijinh Kauliano Adnuis,
widow o the lato David Adams of
Niu, died at Kalihi on the 27tli.
Tho Bulletin's weather pro
phut predicts a continuation c
tho storm for anothor day or two.
Mr. and Mrs. Dimond' outer
taiuod Miss llopo Hobs and Mac
lyn Arbucklo at dinner last even
ing. Sain Johnson and Walter Hay
soldeii woro the only cabin piis
sengora ai living in the Molcolii
Hawaiian Xirms cords for sond
iuir to friouds abioad, may bo
i - gotten at King Bios., Ill) Hotel
t jthe performance at tho opera
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Ft v liivufv luiiiiiij u iiumij uvuijr
scat has bcuu sold.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. I. Warriner
left for the Coast yestorday on tho
bark S. 0. Allen. Thoro wero six
Hilo Sugar Co. aud Waimauao
Sugar Co. will have their annual
meetings on Wednesday, at 10 and
11 o'clock respectively.
Tho promises on the northwest
corner oE Maunakea and King
streets have boon leased to W.
lug Jb'ook for six years at 3750 per
Tho steamship China of tho
Pncifio Mail line is duo fiom
Yokohama on Tuesday. She
Bhould bring ten or twelve days'
Tenders foi furnishing supplies
for Onhu prison for -no year
from December 1st close on Mon
day at noon nt tho Attorney
A germnu, to be led by Dr. G.
T. Smith of the D. S. S. Adams, is
f tho society event for Monday
evening. It is to take place at tho
Don't Foitoirr Ushers T. V. l'
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey ever
imported to tho Inlands is now on
sale nt tho Hoyal Annex. It's
Scotch nnd it's Al.
Tho rainfall Inst night amount
ed to .85 of an inch at Frank
Brown's placo. Cecil Brown's
lain gnngo nt Kapiolani Park re
gistered 1.14 inches.
This is a fino opportunity for
the Boad Superintendent to fill
up tho holes in the Waikiki road.
Being full of wator now, their
'locality cau bo enhily distinguish
ed. Captain Kanno and a couple of
native policemen returned on the
Mokolii tliis morning from Molo
Jcai, haviug in chargo a native
whom thoy hnd nrretted for dis
"W. "WVDimoiicl hns iu his nd
vortisomont today montiou of a
number of nrtiolos suited to tho
wants of tho people who make
presents of useful goods. His ox
hibit iu his windows command
" gonoral attention.
A prominent young socioty
man was bewailing tho fuct this
moruiug that ho hud "blown in"
on tho Frawley company nil tho
money he had taved for Christmas
proseuts. "Tho seats corao high,"
said ho, "but wo must havo them."
"Wall, Nichols Co. are tho solo
nnd exclusive agents for-Finnoy's
Ilnwniinn Directory. A supply
was delivered to thorn todny.
People on tho other islnnds who
wish n copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho above
At tho Christian Church in tho
morning, Row Monroe's subject
will be, "Spoak unto the Children
of Israel That Thoy Go Forward,"
aud in tho evening, "Mem of Aus
picious Youth, but of Inglorious
Old Ago." Tho ordinauco of bap
tism will bn administered after the
sermon in tho ovouiug.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better liwid and Pastry than
Any Other Known Ifrand.
"" Ak Yur Ui-ocev Foe It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Frawloy matinee this nfternoou.
Sovoinl weddings nre on tho
A piece of lost jowelry is ml
Thoro was no session oE tho
, polico court today.
Tho Hawaiian Business Agency
has a curd iu this papor.
' A national snluto.of twonty-ono
' guns was tired at tlio barracks at
I Dr. 0. 11. High, dentist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Tomplo.
j ' Charlie Peterson, the Diamond
Head lookout, paid his monthly
visit to tho city this morning.
Anyono who desires to get rid
of tho alcohol nnd narcotic
diseases is referred to tho Ilngoy
Institute's column iu this paper.
i W. W. Dimond advertises hand
Boino works of nrt for tho homo as
eminently suitable for tho season.
I Tho Young llawaiiaiiB' Insti
tute nre celebrating Restoration
day this nfternoou at Foster hall.
1 Annual meeting of tho His
torical Society this evening. Mrs.
, Nakuiun will contribute "a paper
on tho ancient shark gods.
I Tho Missionary Gleaners of tho
Central Union church will hold a
sale of diossed dolls iu tho church
parlors on Friday, Docombor
I Professor Ilosmor ontortained
' tho mombers of tho Punahou
Football Team aud Association
last oyeuing, whon a very onjoy-
ablo timo wns had.
I There will bo only ono sorvico
at St. Andrew's cathedral tomor
row oveniug. Tho two congrega
tions will unite in a special ser
vice at 7:30, it being St. Andrew's
j Lookout Peterson notified tho
pilots' ofiico at 10:45 a. m. on tho
24th that tho Wurrimoo was fif
teen miles south. This statement
is made in reference to a claim
that the steamer was iiist sighted
at 11 o'clock from tho Pacific
Fivo or six tons of coal from tho
Gainsborough has been drivon up
on tho bpueh by the waves. Char
lie Peterson, the Diamond Head
lookout, has bcou burning coal at
the station for sixty days. A
native man has carted nway Bovor
nl loads, nud some of the fuel has
boon -puckod off in bags by
Tlio meeting of tho Aloha Ainu
Society to elect n president in
ilnoo of tho Into Hon. Jos. Nnwn
li, is in session at Arion hnll. At
noon the committeo on credentials
wns in conforonco. Tho Nutionnl
bund :s iu nttoudnuce. In tho
nftornoon thoro will bn speeches
from tho platform on tho Gibson
A llrnziliiu Ttug mounted iu eM loht nt
tho Upvru Iloiiho Tuculuy night. 70 It
The Auniuil Meeting of tlio Stocl;!ml Ut.j
of tho Wnlmaunlo Hugur Company will bo
held at tlio Olllce of Wm. Q. Irwin k Co.,
L'd., on WecliKHiliiy, tho 'id prox , at 1 1 o. m.
II, M. WUITNKY.JK.,
470 3t SocrLtary.
The Anuual Meeting of tho Stockholders
of tho lido Sagur Compmy will bo held
at tho Ofllco of Wm. G Irwin is Co., L'd.,
on Wedneidny, tho 2d prox., at 10 n, m.
V. M. OI1PARD,
470 ,1t Secretary.
l. a Allies & Co. .
OIllceUOT. Merchant St.
A.Y. Gear & Co.
Onico 310 King 5t
.... AND ....
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited nnd Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and NntBs
Fhe nnd Life IngitfancB Ageqi$
Highest of all In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
A&&W'WE&Y Mi USE
Here is a nursing
bottle that will
prove n comfoit to
infants. It hns 4
points in its favor.
1. It hns u valve
or nir inlet in tho
end of tho bottle
which admits nir,
back of food, as fast
as food is drawn out,
rendering suctio l
easy nnd making it
impossible for nip
ple to collapse, thus preventing
O M'lin ....1..- .1
.a..iu jh. i vii" u tim:a
pulled out b)
tion i3 possible
ns there nvo nc
nngles or cor
ners in tin
4. This nurser
having nn opening
i each end, can bo ensily and
thoroughly cleaned, n point of
i the greatest importance.
I Price, 2o cents, complete.
jnOBllON DRUG CO., Agents.
Offer this weok a fino lino of
LADIES' SKIRTS AND CLOAKS -
as usoful Chriitmns Pro
scuts and other : :
New Goods at Low Prices
jT is easily ad
VSl cunuot be
H tho baby.
ISTrmarm Street, One D or Mnuku of King Street.
SALE FOB 39 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In order to pay out niio of Jly I'nrtnew,
I am obliged to force tho sule of
Look nt tho following qnotntions and bo
Brown Cotton, 22 yurds, $1.00
" " 1 yard wido, 16 yard?, $1.00
"White " fun inuik, 1 yiud nido, Oo.
20 yards, 1.00
" 10-d Blankots por pair, 80c.
Colored 10 -1 " " " 80o.
Men's Fast Black Socks, 10c. pair, 3 pnirs, 25o.
" " " " extra quality, U 85 dozen
Ladies Blnck lloso, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 25c.
" Oxford Slippois, 75c. n pair
Men's good working Shoos, $1.25 por pair
Ohildron'a Shoos, from 75o. a pair
Men's working Shirts, from 25e.
" Undorshivts 20o , 3 for 50c.
" iTean Drnwors 35o. u pair
" Blue Suits, comploto only .f-1.00
" " Soi go Suits, guaranteed fast color, $7.60
" Working Bauts, best kind, $1.75
" Tweed Uoats, largo vnrioty, $2.00 $2.50
" Wliito Unlsnndoretl Shirts, 40c
AH Silk Noddies, 20c, 3 for 50c.
Alarm Clocks, $1 00
Nickel Stom Winder Wotcli, $2.00
Men's Wool lints, from 40c
Best kind heavy Policemon's Shoos, $2,50
Boy's Suits, $1.60-42.00, a largo variety -1G9 3
",t -ftmEvw :
m. w yvs&&
"Aud what, may I usk, do you find
tlio most diflloult duty iu your now
Tlio other ndvnnced woman knit lioi
"Well," Blio replied nftor n mo
ment's thought, "I purrs tlio hardest
thing I lino to do is to protend to be
nfrnld of my Imsbnud when I conn
homo loaded lato nt night." Dettoit
Wnyworu Wuton Tlieso horo nows- J
paper writors is too high for me. What
is tho diffemuco between livin nnd ex
istin, I want to know? i
I'orry Patcttic Ilcaps miles.oceaus.
A man can exist on bread nud moat,
but ho ha to havo boozo to leally live,
Tlio Collrcllns Crnre.
"Airs. Van Twittor is Mich nn origi
nal crcjturo. "
"Whnt has sho bcou doing latoly?"
"Collcotiug Bouvculr husbands. In
sido of Hix uionths bIio has had ono
from St. Louis, ono from Denver nud
ono from Sau Fruuoisoo. " Chicago
"I liko thoJooks of tho high standing
collar," said Oholljr. "Tho only objec
tion I'vo got nguiust it is that whon
you chow gum you havo to hold your
jaw still aud movo tho wholo top of
your lioad, you kuow. "Chicago Trio
uno. A Reminder.
Bluff I frequently havo eomothiiig
flash upon my memory that I had for
gotten for years.
Bragg Did ono of your flashes ever
happen to recall that tcu you borrowed
of mo in 1880? Dotroit Freo Press.
Tho Dher's Joke.
"Why do you wear that very uncouth
looking suit?" said thoinermnid, perch
ed on tho bowsprit of the mmkou vessel.
"Oh, for divers ieasou, " replied tho
hurnoiist in tho diving boll. Yonkcrs
Ono View of Heaven.
"I doan' liko er man," baid Undo
Ebon, "dat feeni'i ter git his chiof re
ligious comfort by regyahdiu heaven ez
cr placo dat 'is encinies is gwintor
wunter git inter nn can't." Washing
Caller (looking ut pictures) Docs
your mamma paint?
Littlo Son Yes, but eho's finished
that nn la puttin on tho powder now.
Shu'll bo down in n minuto. Tit-Bits.
Tlio Pncifio llurdwnro Co. nro
exhibiting tbo finest collection of
piano, biinquot, boudoir nnd stand
lnnipa over seon iu tho city. Thoy
nro direct from tho factory nnd
comprise tho latest artistic do
Bigus. Tho low prices will sur
Prices Below Cost
SPECIAL ATTENTION . .
S THIS WEEK 3!
N. S. SACHS'
D20 Fort Sti'oot.
A Big Bargain in Silks! :
Iiwpi Silks in AAl Sliodcs and Colore, suit
able for Dross Weav or Fancv Work,
FOR 35 CENTS A YARD.
This special reduction is
Positively For One Week
-2fc7"k Solid Silver Hat Pins
Will be Given Away.
Tnko tho matter of cheese
and you will find we 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 tho joint. Here's a
partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parmcsian, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzoln, Cavembert, Me
nauta, California Extra, Ore
gon Cream, Now York Cream,
Sap Sago, Limburger, Nosegay
Club, New York Sage, Kro
nenkase, Camenbert, Sierra
Neuchatel and Romatour re
ceived on ico by each Bteamer.
Theso are of the finest
grades made and may be re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVMl TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Ofllco Hours: 8 to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 nnd
7 to 8 p. in. Telcpltono 702. 407-2m
G-eo. EC. Hxicldy,
D. D. B.,
r:)2 Foit Strtot. iloura from 9 n. in. to
t y. m. 107-tf
DR. BERT. P. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. nt., 1:30 to
4 j). m., and 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
44ft runelibow 1 Btrwt or 14'1 Miller street,
Honolulu, Ouliu. 4W-tf
J. I. WATERH80SE
A ship load of Agateware
would bo a big lot fur ono
store even in tho United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and more than we receiv
ed, but what wo did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho people if thoy saw
all the articles in ono pile.
Our stock i f Ag'.townro is
selected from "Firsts" not
"Seconds;" the quality is tho
best that can bo made and we
sell it at tho piece you used to
pay fur tho second quality.
This means a saving of 33
per cent, because the life of a
first-class price of Agateware
is a third longor than ono of
the second class.
When buying for the holi
day season there is more
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than iu 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 ware and
sell it in full sets or single
pieces so that if you want to
(ill up a set that has been
broken or purchaso a dozen
lates or a course set you can
J. T. WATERHQUSE
For Sale or To Let.
Threo Tloubc nrnr 1'unuliou ColUgo,
contnluitii; from fgvl'U to uino rooms, bath
room, lmllrt, clohots, etc. Now, iLortern
nnd convenient. Good iew, healthy loca
lity. Apply to
J. A. BUTTEHFiniiD,
J. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Contractor & Huildor
KHtinmtctt cKcn, Itepnirs and altera
tions made. Work rWou prompt attention.
13T Tclcphono 831. 434-3tn
NOTARY PUBLIC ail TYPEWRITER
OmcK: 203 Morolmnt Htrtet, OnmpbcU
lllock rear ot J. O. Cartel' office. P. O.
A Yount; Man wlahcs Hoard and Uoom for
Twenty Dollai pur month. Address "I'rae
tltal," Post OllU'e. 40S 3t
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