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EVENING BCLLUT1N, DECEMBER 2, 1890.
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' LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Now moon on Friday.
Mrs. A. Mackintosh has gono to
Tliero was very little doing in
police circles today.
Officers of the Waiinaiiolo Sugar
Co. have been ro elected.
The truant officer hauled in one
nalivo hoy tliia morning.
Mystic Lodgo, K. of P., will
lmvo third ruuk work this oveniug.
W. L. Potoraon has a warning
notico about collections in his
Hakalau plantation will begin
grinding about the 15th of next
Tliero will be a special meeting
of Queen's Hospital trustees nt 10
a. ni. Friday.
King Bros.' are closing out a
lhio of photo albums and plush
toilet sots nt cost.
Co. L is summoned for drill
this evening, yesterday's notico
having been an error.
Dr. 0. B. High, dontist, gra
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lege, 181)2. Masonic Tomplo.
There will bo a mooting of the
Leilaui Boat Club at the Hawaii
an Hotol this evening at 7:30
A crazy Chinaman was arrest
ed at noon. Ho will be examined
during tho doy by police surgeon
Kak.ilia was arrostod this morn
ing on complaint of T. V. King,
who charges him with tho larceny
of a bicycle.
If it's watch you want to givo
friend or relation for Ch ristmns,
H. F. Wiohnuin can suit you in
either stylo or price.
The enso of S. Louden, charged
with smuggling opium, was called
in the police court this morning,
but coutinued until Friday morn
ing. Dr. Emily B. Bydcr will begin
n courso of lectures to Indies on
Monday evening next nt Y. M.
0. A. hall, when admission will bo
Up to twelve noon today no
moro dopo had been found in the
Washington Food Co.'s goods. A
fow more cases had yet to be ex
amined. Sovoral very pretty airs dedi
cated to tho Fmwley Company
and composed by (Jeo. W. Leslie
of the troupe, are on salo at Wall,
Prof. Bums is fondling a clnss
in different branches of gy minis
tics. Anyone desiring n thorough
course of training will do well to
call on Mr. Burns.
If the steamer does not provout
tho band will play at 10 tomorrow
morning for tho children of tho
Free Kindergartens and their
frionds who come to Queen Emma
The old shanties in tho rear of
No. 1 engine house wore lately
torn down, and it is said tho Gov
ornmont intends erecting a repair
shop for the lire department on
Mrs. George E. Boardmnn calls
tho atfontiou of tho public to her
annual display of articles suitablo
for holiday gifts, which is now
ready for inspection at hor rosi
donco, Luunlilo Btreet.
Iwakami, tho Hotel streot deal
er in Japan eso curios, silks and
novelties, has just received tho
largest consignment over brought
to Honolulu. The stock comprises
nil tho latest novelties and is
most complete and varied. A
visit to his placo is sure to pro
duco something that you will
want, aud tho price is withiu your
Regarding J. Upohurch, a Ka
mohamoha School lad, who was
injured in n blasting Occident last
Juno, Handicraft Bays that up to
this time ho haB lain with light
oso'uded from his oyos. He ia now
nt tho Queen's Hospital, whore
Dr. Wood and Dr. Day lmvo oper
ntcd with considerable suocess
upou one eyo and will oporato
lator upon the other. E. Manase,
who was hurt at tho samo time,
rocovored in about two wooks.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Hotter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your (Jrocer -Vr It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
TIIK Mil. I.N or JlJOIICr.
ri'lllliin lit ml' 'irtit llprlnlnii nl
Judgment has beeu entered for
tho recovery of SG!)(!.85 and inter
est by David Dayton, administra
tor, ugaiiiBt O. L. Hopkins and
W. Larson, the whole amouut be
Tho judgment abovo noted is
the sequel of a decision of the
Supremo Court, by Chiof Justice
Judd, overruling exceptions of the
defendants. It is hold that "fai
lure to allogo in tho declaration
tho death of a joint maker of a
promissory noto who was not
made a dofoudant may bo cured
by verdict and is not a proper
subject of a motion in arrest of
judgment." Magoon fe Ediugs
for plaintiff; Humphreys for de
fendant. Tho Ilickoy divorco enso could I
not possibly bo completed, there
being eleven witnebses for tho ,
libeleo to examiue, before tho end
of tho term, and by agreement of
counsel it waa continued till next
Tho November term of tho Cir
cuit Court adjourned sino dio at
Akoui was arrested on Molokai i
under n warrant issued out of tho
First Circuit Court for distilling j
snirituous Honor. Judgo Car- !
t.r will sit as trial judgo on his
caso Saturday morning.
Hannah Nakai Everett nnd
Alico E. Davis, widow and daugh
ter respectively of tho lalo Ed
ward Everott, lmvo filed a petition
to terminate tho trust under do-
cedent's will, showing by exhibit i
of deed that they lmvo purohasod
tho reversionary interest of Alico
Everett Hall of Seattle, sister of
decedeut. Tho ostato has beon
turned into securities and cash
valued at about $4000, and J. A.
Magoon iB the trustee
If you want to find out what a
dollar will purchase in tho way of
groceries for Christmas, just bring
ono along, to tho Pnlanm Grocery,
and you will bo surprised at its
purchasing power. Colestials aro
usually close buyers, and the tact
that wo servo a good number of
them speaks volumes for our
prices. H. Cannon, Palama Gro
cery, opposito Railway Depot,
King street. Telephone 755 ovory
Oily Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, nmniiger. It you want u
huck with good horao anil o ire
ful driver rin up Tclophono 113,
o rner of Fort and AJerehnnt
itre.ctp- Hank nt all horns.
A Bneciul Mcetie of 'ho Board of Trns
tcts oi tlii Queon's Hospital will ho hild
on Friilny, Ucci'tmcr ItU, Itillti. nt 10 u. m ,
nt tho room of the 'Jhntnbor of Commerce.
lltisiuPHH of iiiiportuucc. A full attend
nuro is n (intMteu.
Perordor. F. A. SOIIAEPER,
473 2t Sccretavy.
Warning Against Paying Money to
Homy Olds, alias Kahapo.
Notico U hroby givou that Henry Olds,
alias Kahapo, hiix no right to collect raonoy
for Dr. Grow, Dr. Miner, Dr. Itownt, Sir.
Jiicobwn, or any other nccounts placed in
my huiidn for colkctiou, and has uot had
nay Buoh authonty sinco December 10th,
18D5. All porsoua who may have paid him
moneys on any of tho abovo nnmed ac
counts aro requested to iuforui me thereof,
WST. L. PETr.ltSON.
Dated Decemtier 1, 1890. 473 3t
A Itecnlar Convention of tho
Loilco. No. 2. K. of 1'.. will
be hold nt
their I'astlo tlnll, 1-ort Hlroet, Tlll (ea
nesday) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock.
Wouk is the Third IIank.
Brothers of Oabn Lodgo, No. 1, nnd nil
visiting brethren nro cordially invited to
l'er order of the 0. O.
0. R. CRAY,
473-lt K. of It. A-S.
Election of Officers.
At the anuunl mentlug of tho Wnlmnnalo
Sugar Company, held thin second day of
December, 1890, thd following stockholders
were re-elected tobeivo iw ofllceis for the
W. G. Irwin, rrosidout
J. A. Hoppkii Vico-l'reaiilout
V. M. GiFFAiii) Treasurer
II. M. WniTNhV, Ja Socictury
F. W. Macfaiil.nc Auditor
Tho nbovo compribo tho Hoard of Diroo-
Secretary Waimnnalo bnar Co.
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Highest of all in Leavening Strength.-. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
To a Bicycle
When Cyclists braco their Muscles,
brighten their Spirits, regulate their
I'ulscs.clcar their lirnins and steady
their Ner-es with tho now African
" tonic-.Uunulant. In athletics and
in all outdoor sports and pastimes
tho highest results with tho least
conscious effort follow the usoof tho
great vitalizer and invigorant
This hicomparablo preparation de
velops latent Knergy. intensifies
and sustains tho Hcurtbcnt, retards
and deepens tho Ilrcathing, re
strains tissue combustion under Ex
ertion, prevents Fatigue and has no
reaction lr bad after-effect. A (lav's
outing with Vino-Kolafra is worth
a dozen without it. A tonic unparal
leled forfceblo Pcrsonsand Invalid.
Pleasure without Satiety. Work
without Exhaustion. Endorsed by
Physicians and Scientists.
The Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
JOHNSON K Johnson. Sclllm; Agents,
nOBRON DilUG CO., Agents.
There aro few
Honolulu who do not know
our Mnlteso Cross Hams.
They nro cured expro-sly for
us und ore itifinitoly belteV
than any other horn on the
market for boiling or roi.3l.ing.
This brand of hnin is from
selected stock and is in tho
pickle a uniform number of
hours. They cost a triflo more
than ordinary hams but they
are fifty per cei.t. better in
If j'ou want to roast one of
these hams here's a good
recipe; Put it in cold water
and let it soak over night, then
pour dl' tho water, wipe the
ham dry and put it into tho
kettle ngaiu, covet with fresh
water and boil for three hours.
Then take it out, scrape tho
rind when cool, put it into
another kettle and pour four
pints of cider over.it and then
enough water to cover. Put
in a bay leaf, cloves, allspico
and cinnamon and allow it to
boil slowly for two hours more,
never lotting tho water boil
over. Tli en take it out, wipe
it thoroughly and dust it with
powdered sugar and cloves,
sticking whole spices hero and
there in the fat. Put into the
oven and bako for an hour and
in nil - 1 . .a
1 a nait. 1110 Maltese Uross
1 Tr , .
rxams aro mo oniy ones
suitable for cooking in this
way and wo aro tho exclusive
dealers in them.
Lewis & Co.,
Prot HoiiRliaw'B plntinotypos
aro going oil every day. Call
early and mnko your selections.
Pncitio Hardware Co.
flUwv frftiff.'iterr '. t ai .'iBliifc.
tf TTTii. n
I iiuiUf JS.
White & Colored Dress Goods
nt 5c, Gc, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c,
lie, 12c, 13c, 14c, I5c, lGc,
18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc.
According to Quality.
All Woolen Dress Goods
at 18c, 10c, 20c, 21c, 22c,
23c, 24c, 25c, 27c, Oc, 35c,
40o, 50c, GOc, 70c, 75c, 80c,
etc. According to Quality.
Other Goods in Proportion Too
Numerous to Specify.
All Goods Warranted at Lowest
Prices According to Qitalily
H.VV. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Von Holt Block, King Street
No: 10 Store
Ifagsl 3ugsl Iugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapeatry and Cnrpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
EST All Jubt ftocoived at
ALL TIIK HANKKUIT STOCIC OF
Gohlstono Uros. of Portland, Ore
Ron, haa beou Purchased by
"TUB KAMI." '
The Stock consists of lion's Light Woight
Coats nnd VkhI.s. in Sizes from 3.'i to
GO; Former jnoo, Si! f0 to $10. I Will
Soil Thorn rom 91 2f to ?5, in
Slnhnlr, Camel'a Hair nnd Flannel.
AIko n Limited Nninbor of lloy'a Co-its nnd
Vt'HtH nt SI.CO, and Children's Suits
ft om 4 to 1G Years of Age, from 32 to
Goods Will bo 1'lacod on Salo Saturdny,
Nov. 21st, nnd Will Contluuo Until
Thuy Havo Ileoa Sold Out.
I. LHVINGSTON, - - Manager.
.. Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street
"How Not To Belli."
Y. M. C. A.. Trlall,
Monday, Nov. 7, at 3 p. m.
To bo followod by a course ot lec
tures on tho nftornooiiB of Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday, Monday,
and Wednesday following.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
Dress Silks and Waist Silks
A fiuo assortment; only one of a nattorn, in Porsiau
designs and shot effects
jSI"ew "Worsted Dress Goods,
Djagoualn, Lustro Mohair in black and colors;
Nigger Head, Serges, Crepons, etc
SHOT SILK ALPACAS!
Very now; only a small selection; ono of a kind.
Jot and Pearl Fronts and Jet Trimmings.
ew Collarettes JIeW Collarettes
And Latest Novelties in Belts
N. S. SACHS'
1 5 fiti 9 s js M
ComraonciiiR SATURDAY, DECEML5EK 5,
189G, I will bavo on exhibition a largo aud va
ried assortment of lloliday Goods received
from Japan by the S. S. Sakura Mam, on Nov
ember 30, consisting of
Ladies' and Gents' Silk Kimonos,
Ladies' Morning Gowns and Jackets,
Gentlemen's Smoking Jackets,
Japanese Toys and Novelties
Porcelain and Lacquer "Ware,
Curios of Every Description.
This consignment ia and will bo tho largest
brought to Honolulu this season. Tho goods
and prices aro too various to enuinoralo, but wo
havo them for tho rich as well as tho poor,
INTminnu Street, Ono Door Ma-ika of King Street.
SALE FOR 30 DAYS
Beginning SATURDAY, November 28th
Dissolution of Partnership.
In order to pay out ono of My Partner-),
I am obliged to foroo the salo of
Kkaf Prices Below Cost
Look at tho following quotations and be
Brown Cotton, 22 yards, S1.00
" " 1 yard wido, 15 yards, $1.00
"White- " fan mark, 1 yard wido, (Jc.
" 20 yartlB, $1.00
" 10-4 Blankets per pair, 80o.
Colored 10 4 " " " 80c.
Mou's Fast Black Socks, lOo. pair, 3 pairs, 23o.
" " " " extra quality, .fl.85 dozen
Lndios Black Hoso, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 2oc.
" Oxford Slippors, 7Gc. a pair
Mon's good working Shoos, S1.25 por puir
Children's Shoos, from 75c. a pair
Men's working Shirts, from 25c.
" Undershirts 20o , 3 for oOo.
" Jean Drawers 35c. a pair
" Bluo Suits, comploto only if4.00
" " Sorgo Suits, guaranteed fast oolor, 1-7.50
" "Working Pants, best kind, SI 75
" Tweed Co.its, largo variety, !f2.00 S2.50
" Whito'Unlunndorid Shirts, 40c.
All Silk Necktios, 20o., 3 for 50c.
Alarm Clocks. SI 00
Niokol Stem "Windsr Wo tab, :f2.00
Mod's Wool Hats, from 40o.
Best kind heavy Policomon'a Shoes, .J.EO
Boy's Suits, -n.GO-iMJOO, a largo variety
Uy n Sternly Yoiiur Mnuiuil Mini, n bitu
ntion in n wholvsdlo or rotnil honw, or an a
luiui or RtoreUecpor on a ilaututioii. Hum
liutl twnnty-oiuht ycr oxperionco. l!ont
of rofoiouces (uriusliod Am ready for
work. Who wants my service? Aililreua
" VM. MILLLN,"
471 Iw Hiillotin omco.
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Dress Goods !
Attention, Company B.
Akmory Company U, N. O. II
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inutul h licroby onlorcil to report
' tho Dilll Slit-d, Tllld (Wvilncsilay)
KVKNINC, December '-', 1BW, at 7;W
n'clucK, fur Urlll.
K. A. JACOB80N,