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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Thistle Club this evening.
Annexation Olub meeting to
night. Sharpshooters' dinnor this
Now scarfs tire tho attraction at
Minister "Willis's condition ia
Nancy ife Co. nt tlio Opera
IIouso tomorrow night.
Tlio big doll now on exhibition
in Sachs' show window Avill bo
King Bros, are closing out n
lino of photo albums and plush
toilo't sotB at cost.
A Portuguese boy is hold nt tlio
fitation for investigation under
suspicion of larceny.
This ovoning is the elortitig ono
of tlio autumn cxliibitiou of the
Kilohatia Art Lenguo.
Nictly furtiiahed rooms at tho
Popular JIouho, Jfi-l Fort street,
from 61.00 per wot k up.
Tho Pioneer Building nnd Loan
Association will linvo its monthly
mooting Monday owning.
"Nancy fc Co." ono of tho best
pieces of tho Frawley repertoire,
will bo produced tomorrow night.
Solid bilvor hat pins will be
f;iveu away tomorrow in the mil
iuory department of N. S. Sachs.
"All tho Comforts of Homo''
will bo tho comedy presented by
tho L'rawloys at tomorrow's ma
tinco. All friends of tho annexation
cause aro ox pec ted "to attend tho
mass meeting at the Drill Shod this
No drill of company D tonight.
A special business meetiug and
drill of tho company will bo hold
at'7:30 Monday evening.
E. O. Hall it Sou oliar several
reasons why anyouo wanting a
bicyclt) cat) obtain bo tier satisfac
tion in n,-Ramblor than any other
Ordvay& Porter call attention
to their rc-'ipt of tho largest in
.voice of furniture over brought to
Honolulu, promising full parti
culars in tho early mahopo.
J. O. Carter gives notico to tho
tonants and othorn indebted to
ox-Queen Liliuokalaui of his ap
pointment as agent of hor cstato
under full power of attorney.
Tho cargo of Hour from Port
land by tho steamer Monmouth
shire, arriving at Hongkong on
October 31, had gained twenty
five percent iu vtilno while afloat.
Tho mooting of tlio Annexation
Club at tiie drill shod tonight is
for tho purpose of acting on the
proposed constitution, propared
by a committee appointed for tho
Mrs. Gctirge E. Uoardman calls
tho attention of the public to her
aunual display of articles suitable
for holiday gifts, which is now
ready for inspection at hor resi
dence. Luutililo street.
Mr. Godfrey Brown, who left
m tho Chum, was placed by
rumor in the ex-Queen's retinue.
Ho, however, did not "know any
thing about that lady'H departure
until interrogated by tho Foreign
oilico a few minutes before the
Tho concert to be given by the
Kawaiahao Seminary will tako
place at tho Opera flonse on Doc.
12. Prof. Bergor and orchestra
will assist. Seuts will bo on sale
on and after Monday next at Wall,
Nichols Co. Goneral admission,
50c; rosorved soats, 75o.
ilium .tloiioy .Tin do.
As stated yesterday tho total
proceeds of tho sale of awa licenses
for this island the coming year
was S1)3G. This is moro thau was
realized for tho two previous years
together, which was $1840 being
S1(M5 iu 189-1 ami $801 iu 1895.
Tho cause is tho new law, chang
ing three license's at au upset
price of 8500 each for Honolulu
to ono liconao at S1000. This ono
license brought S1500 this year, or
three times tho former upset price.
Tho change litis hud tho effect of
foiling combination of competi
tors. DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Yvur Oructf For ft.
'UNION FEED 00., Sole Atjcnts.
no.viti) or cuniuio.v,
1,kii'i'i1Iiik r tlio M'rclity .llrrtliijr
There was a full attendance at
tho Bonrd of Education yesterday:
President W. O. Smith, Mrs. Dil
lingham, Mrs. Jordan, Prof. Alox
audor, W. A. Bowen and H. M.
C. 1). Pringlo, a teachor who '
lost his position from Bonm difli- j
cu ty with a rebellious pupil, was
promised another placo when .
Mrs. II. M. DavU of Portland, :
Or., applied for a school.
It was decided to unite the two I
classos of tho Night School, ow- !
iug to a falling off in atteudnnco
attributed to tho holidays, Mr.
Lightfoot to havo ohargo.
Deputy Inspector Scott was au
thorized to havo a temporary ex
tension mado to Boretauia school
house to relieve tho overcrowding
It was agreed that members of
tho Board sdiquld pay visits to
tho schools iu atld about Hono
lulu. Tho Board accepted 250 sets of
jnapa at 50 cents a set, out of 500
offered through Prof. Aloxandor.
The question of a vacation for
the teachers in tho uight school,
several of whom were present, was
brought up from lat mooting, and
lod to qnito a lively diacussiou,
participated in by V. O. Smith
nnd tho members of tho board on
the ono hand and Principal
Liuhttoot and ono of tho young
lady teachers on the other.
Mr.Lightfoot called tho board's
attention to the fact that most of
the night school teachors had re
signed good situations elsewhoro
and taken those in tho night
school in order that they might
attend the normal school and hot
ter fit themselves for their profes
sion. He thought such teachers
id least entitled to as much con
sideration as those who taught in
day schools. Tho latter woro
paid by tho month and thoir
salaries ran on during the vaca
tion, while tho night school
toaohors only received $2 per
night when actually working. It
was proposed to close tho night
schools during tho vacation and
not allow tho teachers the por
diem which they would otherwise
receive. It was a matter of con
siderable moment to thorn, as it
ropresouted the money they need
ed to live on. Ho thought the
proposal to pay ono class of
teachors duriug tho vacation and i
not tlio other au outrageous ono,
showing marked favoritism on the
part of tho board, and ho potest- i
od against it. Such instances of
favoritism would result in curb
ing tho ambition of those teachers
who dosired to perfect themselves
iu their dutios at their own ex
pense, and would probably result
in tlio olosiug of the night schools
altogether, at least for a timo, as
tho teachers concerned would
sooner resign than submit to such
Mr. Lightfoot was quilo warm
in expressing his views to tho
board and ho was ably seconded
by a young lady teacher, who gave
tho hoard hor sentiments on tho
question and an intimation that
her resignation would bo forth
coming if the proposition passed.
Tho Attorney-General was de
cidedly opposed to paying night
school teachers when thoy did not
work and Mrs. Dillingham seem
ed to ngreo with him. On tho
othor hand Prof. Alexander aud
Mrs. Jordan favored paying them.
Mr. von Holt expressed no opin
ion either way, and will probably
havo tho deciding vote, us tho
wholo subject was laid ovor for
Jayrtsuraya has received a
largo invoice of Coyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trado. Many handsomo articles
aro on exhibition at his storo
No. G Hotel street.
n. .'l j . j t -. n . . . .
Buimmij ana Latin iocmmon i
The Regular Monthly Mooting j
will be hold tit tlio Chamber of .
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, Dooembor 7, 1890, at 7:30
!K3Puymouts aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
Tomans desirous of mftViiiK n invest
ment can purelmso ft lmyiny block of in-o-pnrly
fronting on Kini; uml Mnumiken
httcels )V call in" on
JlS-lf JOIINl'.COLDUKN. 1
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
1 mllp PKMaa
m. ygg&s& l o
at the Heart
is almost instantly dispelled
by a swallow of Vino-Kolaf ra,
I the African Tonic niacle from
StcrculiaNuts. Vino-Kolaf ra
governs heart action as the
fly-whccl regulates machin
ery: it cures hysteria and
annihilates fatigue, gives
strength and tone to the body,
and rapidly builds up con
valescents after severe illness.
A glance at the names of the
endorsers of Vino - Kolaf ra
will convince you that -it is a
product of unusual impor
tance. Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
Jou.NSOM & Johnson. Selling Aircnts,
IIOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
. '',..' 'v ft.
Trusting that you may be in
terested iu cycling, wo tako tho
liberty of stating to you a few
facta about our wheels:
Wo need not trouble you with
needless description of tho "World
Fumed "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy ruuuing, ap
poararice, strength and lasting
qualities has won for the makers
a name world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aro oqui
pod with tho groat G.&I. Detach
able Tiro, which since its intro
ductiou to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers in use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment, to a bicycle.
We take great pleaauro in re
comonding to our friouda tho
"RAMBLER" aud trust that in
furnishing one to auy person thoy
will nover havo occasion to rogret.
Our terniB aro such that a bicy
cle is no loiigor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of timo
aud money. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary Hearing tho
close of each year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offer tho prosont 189(5
wheels at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prpparod to givo our cus
tomorti tho benefit of these reduc
tions as long as our stock holdB
out. For those wishing an up to
date wheel of the highest grade,
ono which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extont, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has boon tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this somo thought
or call your friouds'attontion to it
Tfc it - T . uim v"ir- I
il'nlslilt'ii: tuui-ti to '
nmn' nttlto la his senrf
nml lio'v tliey do
Daresay j-ou liavu
n drawer filled nt borne
This mnlu'B us wonder
whnt lii'coinca of nil tlio tics
that are aold-and yet
we're scllloif. Wlicn
you bi-o tliuse lutcst
creations you won't
wonder at tlio elllifr.
riekliij; was never easier.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYeflOy BlOCt
White & Colored Dress Goods
lit 5c, Gc, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c,
lie, 12c, 13c, 14c, I5c, lGc,
18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc.
According to Quality.
All Woolen Dress Goods
s nt 18c, 19c, 20c, 21c, 22c,
23c, 24c, 25c, 27c, 0c, 35c,
40c, 50c, GOc, 70c, 75c, 80c,
etc. According to Quality.
Other Goods in Proportion Too
Numerous to Specify.
Ill Goods Warranted at Lowest
Prices According to Qitalily
H.W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Von Holt Block,, King Street
No. 10 Store
EJugs! 3ugsl Iugsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tupestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
55" All Just Received at
X". M. C. .A.. Trlall,
Monday, Nov. 7, at 3 p. m.
To bo followed by a courso of loo
turos on tho afternoons of Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday, Monday,
and Wednesday following.
LA.TJEST jNTOVEiyriES !
Dress Silks and Waist Silks
A fine assortment; only ono of a pattern, in Persian
dosigns and shot effects
USTew "Worsted Dress Goods,
Diagonals, Lu-tro Mohair in black aud colors;
Nigger Head, Serges, Crepons, etc
SC-IOT SILK ALPACAS!
Very now; only a small selection; ono of a kind.
Jot and Pearl Fronts nnd Jet Trimmings.
feW Collarettes jew Collarettes
And Latest Novelties in Belts
N. S. SACHS'
Coranionciug SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, ;
189G, I will havo on exhibition a largo and va
ried assortment of Holiday Goods reovived
from Japan by tho S. S. Sakura Maru, on Nov
ember 'SO, 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 consienmeut is and will bo the largest
brought to Honolulu this season. Tho goods
and prices aro too various to onutnorato, but wo
havo thoin for tho rich as well as the poor.
jNTimarm Stroct, Ono Dior ;.: ika of Kliipj 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 force the sale of
Look at the following quotations and hi
Brown Cotton, 22 yards, $1.00
" " 1 yard wide, 15 yards, $1.00
White " fa u mark, 1 yard vidof 9o.
" " 20 yards, $1.00
" 10-'l Blankots por pair, 80c.
Colored 10 ! " " " 80c.
Men's Fast Black Sooks, 10c pair, 3 pairs, 23o.
" " " " extra quality, $1.85 dozen
Ladies Black Hoso, 10c. pair, 3 pairs, 25o.
" Oxford Slippers, 7Co. a pair
Mon's good working Shoos, $1.25 per pair
Ohildron's Shoos, from 75o. a pair
Men's working Shirtw, from 25e.
" Undorsliirts 20o , 3 for COo.
" Joan Drawers C5c. n pair
" Blue Suits, comploto only $4.00
" " Sorgo Suits, guaranteed fust color, $7.50
" Working Pants, host kind, SI 75
" Tweed Gouts, largo variety, $2.00 $2.50
" Whito Unlaundortd Shirty -10c.
All Silk Nook'tios, 20o., 3 for 50c.
Alarm Clocks. $1 00
Niok'ol Stem Winder Watch, $2.00
Mon's Wool Hats, from 10o.
Best kind heavy Policeman's Shoos, $2.50
Boy's Suits, $1.50 -$2.00, a largo variety
DR. C. A. PETERSON
. . Ul'.UOVKl) TO
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco Hours: S to 10 n. m., 2 to 4 mid
7 to 8 p. iu. 'I'cloiihono 7.V-'. 4U7-m
Dress Goods !
ynimY - sain
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
JPhsician and Surp;eoii
Hours: 8:f0 to 10 n. m., 1:30 to
4 . iii ami 7 to 8 p. ru
44ni'imclitrow! street or W Miller ntreet,
llonolulu, O.tltii. joo-tf