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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Houry Davis lms fiuo Christ
inns turkeys for Bale.
Tho MontoKUo-Fauat Company
at tho Opera House nt 8 p.m.
Tlio Belgio sails for Hnu Fran
cisco nt 5 o clock thia nftornoon.
Tho population of tho world
nvorages 109 women to overy 100
Monkoys nro like men in ono
respect they suffer greatly from
Enlarge your own portrait with
a Pomtogrnph. King Bros, have
them for snlo at 50o. and $1.50.
The St. Andrew's choir will
havo rehearsal at tho roBideuco of
jMius Kato McGrew this ovoning.
Tho Soub of Veterans have an
important 'meeting on hand for
tonight for olection of officers,
Passengers for Honolulu per S.
S. Belgio today wnro Major Bart
lott uud wife, Mr. Murati and Mr.
Marshal Brown has given in
structions to tho polica to nrrost
all persons riding bicycles on the
Tho Pncifii Quartette will fur
nish tho music for the University
Association bnuquot ou Thurs
Captain William Matson, with
his wife and child, who havo been
staying at Hilo for some time past,
leave on tho Australia tomor
Tho great llisluy not will bo
.performed nt tho Opora Honso
during thineveniug's performance
of tho Moiitnguo - Faust Com
pany. Tho engngemout of Miss Allio
Widomann, daughter of Judge
"Widemann, to Christian Con rout,
with Win. G. Irwin & Co., is an
nounced. Judge do la Vergno leaves for
Kauai this afternoon for a 10
days' vacation. Judgo Wilcox
will hold the scales of justice until
Tho Social Science Club met at
the residence of Dr. J. M. Whit
ney last evening, and listened to
Eov. O. P. Emerson toll of his
travels in Europe.
H. W. Schmidt it Sons exhibit
a diamond riug to bo given away
on December 31 to tho holder of
the greatest number of tiokets is
sued to purchasers of one dollar's
-worth of their goodB.
It is no uncommon thing to see
drunken natives and JiipanoHo
sprawled at full length on the
seats of the Wnikiki cars. The
drivers should bo instructed to
throw such pasBongero off.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. will
soon receive a splendid lot of holi
day goods in the lijio of etchings,
carbon prints and Prang's studies
for art and china paiutiug. Hold
your Christmas orders for thorn.
H. M. Liliuokalaui received the
Holy Communion at tho 6:30 a.
m. celebration in St. Andrew's
cathedral on the morning previous
to her departure for tho coast by
tho S. S. China. Diocesan Maga
The first annual banquet of tho
"University Association will take
placo ut tho Arlington hotel on
Thursday ovoniug. Presidout
Dole and tho Acting President of
tho Board of Education will bo
the guests of honor.
Oscar Oshman, a young Gor
man about 25 years old, was ac
cidentally drowned at Loilehua
on Saturday lust. He was a luua
on the "Waialua rond aud is sup
posed to havo fallen into tho
stream whilo watoring his horse.
Wall, Niohols Co. uro the sole
and oxclusivo agents for Finnoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A Bupply
was delivered to them today.
People on the othor islands who
wish n copy oau secure ono
promptly by addressing tho abovo
Tho fuuoral of a workman in
Japan costs from SI to 81.25. Tho
coffin is supplied for 25 cents; for
cremation, 75 cents is paid, aud
tho mournors oheor themselves
with refreshments which cost
about 10 cents, and sometimos go
as high ns a quarter.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
At!: Yuur Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
A bicyclo is for sale.
Two fumiBhod rooms nro to
Tho American Leaguo meets
Dr. Bydor lectures this evening
in tho Y. M. 0. A. hall.
Seo notico of Founder's
colobration nt Kamehamoha.
A big item of harbor improvo
nient is to bo found in tho shippiug
Thoro is a largo party of Gor
man naval officers going homo in
Officer Nocdhnm arroBtcd a cou
ple of Chinoso this morning for
Tho arrests today include a
couplo of Japanoso for adultory
and a drunken kanaka.
McCandloss Bros, aro engaged
in boring tlioir thirtioth artesian
well on tho Ewa plantation.
Officers of tho Lanai Land and
Development Company, Limited,
aro advertised in this paper.
Two Portuguese girls aro hold for ,
investigation at tho station house
in connection with soma stolen
If nuy Bteamor bo in port to
morrow ovoniug tho band will
play at tho hotol otherwiso, at
Thorn nB square
One small boy was arrested for
truancy this morning, and has
since copiously sprinkled tho p
lico station with his tears.
J. F. Morgan will hold a great
sale of jewelry at his Halesroom,
for Al. Mclnerny, at 10 o'clock
Thursday. Dress goods will bo
sold the same time. Bend tho
list of articles in this paper.
D. Howard Hitchcock's paint
ings will bo Bold at auction at
tho Pacific. Hardware Co.'s art
rooms on Monday at 10 o'clock.
This will be a splendid chauco to
get hnndsomo oil paintings, most
of them being Hawaiian subjects.
Although the spating capacity
of Emma squiiio has beon neaily
doubled by tho recent improve
ments made under the direction
of Commissioner Marsden, every
seat was occupied at the band con
cert last evening.
To those who nro not acquainted
with tho fact, wo beg to say that
wo nro selling handsomely framed
pictuies for S3, SI, and S3, which
n year or two ugo would havo
coramundod three times those
prices. King Bros , Hotel street.
Mrs. U. S. Grant was awardod
tho prize of S75 oirored by tho
Now JTork World for tho best nud
briofest argument in favor of Mc
Kinloy's election. Mrs. Grant's
statement wns ns follows: "I say
that McKiuley should bo elected
to uphold tho National honor and
for tho gouoial wolfaro of the
Call, the boy hopiano of the
Elsie Adair Company, is a
through pasBongor on tho Belgic.
Ho do3irted tho company in
Hongkong, because they mndo
him work loo hard, and got tho
American Cousul to send him
homo. Ho says Elsie Adair had
to givo up skirt dancing on ac
count of "tho fail ting fits which
ensuo from it.
1 lit: O.VlIt) SUUAll COMPANY.
Continued from 1st Page.
Whilo he had not recoived any
writton statements from Mr.
Morgan aud others who woro
Inking subscriptions for stock still
ho had some idea of what Buccess
they had achieved. "You may
say, as coming from mo," said
Mr. Dillingham, "that tho success
of tho Oahu Sugar Compauy is
assured, and thnt tho subscriptions
to tho stock nro already in oxcess
of tho total capital. An equal
chanco will bo givon everybody to
subscribo aud a pro rata allotment
of tho Btock will bo mado."
Lllu In tint Orient.
Dr. Emily B. ltyder will de
liver hor leoturo on "Lifo in tho
Orient" in tho Y. M. O. A. hall
this evening. This lecture is said
to bo both instructive and amus
iug vivid word pictures of tho
surprises that await ono in that
land where one litorally cannot
tell whut a day will bring forth,
and whore tho unexpected is
always happoning in a woird and
fautaslio wny. Holy men nnd their
penances, philosophers and their
thooaios, enlightened and ignorant
priosts, all helping to mako a
most contradictory picture.
Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U.
Cold-in-thc-biick- that's all.
Maybo you've had it and
thought you were getting old.
will fix it all right.
Lcnvo it on a week,
crutch for lumo backs.
A drug storo that saves you
money is a good placo to trade.
Ours is such.
Hobron Drug Co.
Cor. King & Fort.
Gold nnd Silverware
Crockory and lvorywuro,
Wliito Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wioker and Steamer Chairs,
CigurH, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 N'uufum Street, Uonolnlu.
1J0MY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J,
O. Cmtot' office.
Main Offlco Tolephono No. C3. 1? O. Bos No. 222 Biuiicli Offlco Tolepbouo No. 833,
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., I'd.
Lumber Jferchaats, Contractors & Builders.
Dnorp, Sushos, Paints, Cils, Buildors' II irdwarc,N "Wall Papers and
Malting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
MM ii Office, Lelco, King street. Rrnncli Oillco ami Waning Mill, corner King nnd
Rethel htreetn. Lumber Yanlb, Ltleo uml Lot near U. It. Down l'nv.ito track couuect
iug with O. It. A: L. Co. K. R. runs through our jimls to It. It. wlmrf and uny part of
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Hints For Your Christmas Shopping
Couit Plaster Cases,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkers,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Cigar Cases, "
Collar Button 15oxes,
Neck Tio Bings,
Nock Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver
S. Gov t Report.
To Every Purohaser of
in Goods !
ftie Diamond Iing
g- On Exhibition at Our
Store is from II. F. Wichmnn,
and will bo Given Away to tho
holder of the largest amount of
tickets on December 31, 189G.
Schmidt $ Sons,
Von Holt Block, King Btrtct.
LOINS & RIBS of PORK,
J PORK TENDERLOINS.
Purtie wishing nny of these IU'frlRcrnlul
GoqiIj should order cuily
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
482 2w King Street, Uonolnlu.
AND DEALERS IN
Shoo Horns and Hooks,
Nail aud Cuticlo Knives,
Mirror, aud Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dontal Floss Cases.
some as Low as 50 Cents.
N. S. SACHS'
I I I I
A JPino Assortment of
Useful and Ornamental Goods,
at oxcoodiugly low prices
Hand Bags, Chatelo.ins and "Pui'sc,
in alligator and seal and fancy lenthor. . .
Hand Run Lace Scarfs and Collarettes,
in tho very latest designs. ....
I3attonberg ILace Scarfs and IT" nnoy Tidies'
with Bquares to match
G-uipure Scarfs and Fmb. Toilet Sets.
A fow choico pairs of
Chenille nnd Two toned Salinetto Povlioae
theso aro now and vry elegaut, . .
JUmbroidex'cd Doylies, Fine DamnsliTowds.
a most elaborate assortment of
Ladies Kmbi'oidered 1-Xandkercliiefs.
Theso aro absolutely and hoyoud any question
of doubt, tho bast values in tho market.
Lace J3ed Sots, Drawn Work Squares, -
X- EidieiS and
At Prices that will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the . Little . Folks !
Cnshiuero nnd Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid
er' Hats, fine Infant Drcsses.Bibs,
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Our Bis Doll
"37- Car- EC5?l3L3C"0.30Cl?SJ Sooli
Store, 3Po:rt St.
Presents its U3ual Holiday attraction in Koveltie3 of the
Season for Young and Old.
psf" Early Imjcrs sccuro the vliolcu of
and CurUtmas cards.
J.lUUip) H luiuuur kuwhh, uunuiiy iiuuim iuiu uimiuiui-., i;tuuvn lur
imlor ami llelil, dolls of nil uits mid kimlH.dull i,urrUw, volo-
oipodeu, wagons, lurrow, baby nwiug eliiurs, gliob fly roclars,
nlplmlwt nnd bntldliiR blooks, rubW toyrt. irnn toys, tin toyu, '
wood toyH, invchnuk'.il toys, metal nnd claim ten hoIh, rolls
croiio tiflsue, (lower iKhuo, wliito cliina for p.iiutin, mum ours
niul toilet Bi'tH, traveling cacrH bniHU HetH, work boxon nud bin-
Jteta. jilioto nnd autograph ulbiium, bolldny iinpntniles und 8tn-
tlonory, silver nioiiutod lultstumln, rtosk puds fuMurs, spoiiRc
tups, photo frumcH, oto ,ofllca nud pocket diniien for 181(7, with
uiuny other articles thnt mniit bo utiu to be nppreciutod.
"A Word to the Wisa is Sufficient."
AUCTION - SALE - OF - PAINTINGS
By D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK,
Monday, Dec. ;21st, txt lO a. in.
U. At tho Art llooms of tlio
PA.OIFIC TrIK)-W"A.Kii) CO.
I I I -v
Will Be '
, , , Headquarters
ttcliUlons fiom tlie finest Hues of 1697 calendar i
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