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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No urroats this morning.
This is pay day for govornmeut
Loudon's population increases
by 70,000 each your.
Tho polico wore furuishpcl with
rubber holmot covors today.
Tho Star stockholders re-elected
tho old Board of Diiectors
Tomorrow being a gouoral and
legal holiday no pnper will bo is
sued from thin oiiico.
Owing to tho severity of the
Btoriu, no performance wan yivon
at the circus last night.
Tho steamer Kinuu will nail on
Saturday at 2 p. m. instead of 10
a. in. for Maui mid Hawaii.
PurtiiMilarn of Uio Prosiilont's
Ipvoo on New "Year's Day are olli
cially announce;! Uihuri.
Tho prices for tho circim
nialinco tomorrow afternoon will
bo reduced to 10 and 25 cents.
Tho monthly mooting of tho
.Pioneer Building & Loan Associ
ation will bo hold on Monday
Tho Kiuau made tho trip from
ILmhuinn to Honolulu in lire hour
and forty-uino minutes on 'lues
Mucfarlano & Co. havo in token
of tho approaching now year re
nioiuhorid all their omployea in u
Ju ludia aud the East Indies tho
natives mix white ants with flour
anil make them into pastry, wh'ch
ib eon-iilered to be highly nutri
tious. The mombers of tho Y. P. S. C.
E. will hold a sunrise prayer
meeting at tho Central Union
church at G o'clock tomorrow
The week of Pi ay or, Jan. !1-10,
will bo obsei ved by services at
the Central Union church ovory
evening at 7:30, with the excop
Hon of Suturday.
Thoro will be a special "Watch
Nifjht" service at tho Methodist
church this evening, commencing
at 11 o'clock. Tho .weather will
make no diu"erenee.
The local necrology of tho year
has been omitted in our "llotros
peotive," as a lady has furnished
a special article thereon which
will nppear in next issue.
Tho rocoptiou and concert at
the Young llawaiians' Institute is
one of tho attractions for tonight.
Tho doors will open at. 7:30 and
tho entertainment commence at
8 o'clock sharp.
Owing to the iuclemoucy of tho
weather tho committeo in charge
of tho No v Year's dauco thought,
it advisable to poatpono tho homo
until tho weather moderates. Duo
uotico will bo given.
Late in the last century a regu
lation was pasted by tho Govern
or of Gibraltar to tho following
effect: "On account of the scar
city of ilour Holdiors must not
powder their hair with it until
Pacific Rebekah Lidgo of Odd
Fellows eleoted tho following offi
cers last ovoning: Noble Grand,
Mrs. Etta Turner; Vice Gruud,
Mrs. Alice Herrick; Trou3urer,
Mrs. II. II. Williams, and Seoro
tury, Georgo Ottorsou.
Thoro was only a short police
court session todny. Threo drunkB
were fined tho usual amount, and
a Chinaman was tried for assault
ing a countryman. Ho was found
guilty umb3onlenuo suspended. All
other cases wont over to Satur
day. A porilous feat was performed,
not long since, by a bicyclist in
Lyons, Franco. Ho rode his
wheol ovor tho coping stone of a
house, fifty feet from the ground,
in tho preBeuco of an immense
crowd. Tho track is only two
Daily Evening Ulado Santa
Ana: It is stated that tho only
method that can bo successfully
adopted for tho annexation of Ha
waii is that it bo admitted as a
county of California. Tho big
Statos do not want any moro
small Statos made, honco tho op
position to Hawaii coming iu as a
State. Tho plan is by no means
a bad one.
DRIFTED SNOW FhOUIi
flukes Halter llrcndmul Pantry than
i Any Other Known Jirtnul.
Atk Yuur (Jruetr I'ur It,
UNION FICKD CO., HuU Ayenti,
STORM STILL CONTINUES
ha i. ma i, i, iti:,vn:sr on tiii: ma
Wiillillil mid Portion ol Klnu Street
I'mler W liter Trnmcnrs ttiiimliii;
Tho rain storm which commen
ced between 0 and 10 o'clock
'yesterday morning still continues
and shows no abatement at noon.
Tho rainfall tip to G p. m. yostor
day was 3.87 and at V. W. Hall's
place 3.90. Up to 9 o'clock this
morning Mr. Hall's gnngo showed
1.80 additional, and since that
timo fully an inch and a half moro
has fallon, making a total for tho
storm of over beven inches. This
is quite a heavy rainfall for a lit
tl over '2-1 hours and tho streets
havo suiTured severely from it.
All tho streets running down
from Punchbowl to King stre't t
have fared badly. At 0. M. CooIco'b
placo on Borotania street largo
stonos and a macs of ilebris aio
, piled high up on tho comers, the
rockwork of tho gutters on Ka-
piolani street having boon washed
out bodily. All tho residouce
properties on tho makai side of
King street are under water,
also tho government nur
sery mauka. Tho water on
II. W. Schmidt's placo and in
( tho circus lot is a foot doep.
All along tho Wi.ikiki road is
pretty much under water, especi
ally at Kaliu.
The trnmcnrs are running un
der difficulties, especially on King
and Beretonia streots, whore men
have to bo kept at work shoveling
i debris from the track. In spito
' of having a force of men at work
all night tho firrit car did not got
out to Waikiki till 8:30 this morn
ing, aud tho car had n hard timo
getting through to town again.
The rainfall has not been as
heavy up Nuuanu valley as on tho
plains, and although tho now
channel is banks full no damage
has yot been done to any of tho
late improvement work.
On the railroad there has been
no washout of importance ro
ported, but the track suffored
some damage from tho extra high
i tide of Inst night and tho violent
south wind which blow tho wator
i ovor the track in places.
Superintendent Cutniniugs has
i an extra forco of men at work re
pairing tho damage to tho streots
wherever possible and keeping
drains and gutters clear of debris,
but he 1ms uo ousy task.
Stockmen aro jubilant ovor tho
storm and don't earo how long it
lasts, but olhor people aro satis
fied with tho rain that litis already
Tlie Wok ol l'rnycr.
Union mooting will bo held at
Y. M. O. A. hall daily at 11 a. m.
Monday Thanksgiving nnd
Humiliation. Leader, Itov. Hiram
Bingham, D. I).
Tuesday Tho Church Univer
sal. Leader, A. I. Wood.
Wednesday Families and
Schools. Loader, W. C. "Weedon.
Thursday Foreign Missions.
Leader, C. B. ltiploy.
Friday Home Missions. Lead
er, Rev. S. E. Bishop.
"Wator colors and Oil colors in
sots suitnblo for Xmas presents.
King Bros., Hotel stront.
Building aqd Loan ociation
Tho Regular Monthly Meeting
will bo hold nt tho Chamber of
Commorco on MONDAY EVEN
ING, January i, 1897, at 7:30
JE3-" Paymonts nro required in
A. V. GEAR,
ANYCUHWTOKS OF II. BITTEN
Held, former proprietor o( tho Arntle
Boda Works, may hi'iir HOincthlng tn
their ttilvnuttigo hy culling at
vv. w, wmaiiT'a
Honolulu Carriage Mitiiuriiolnry nu
Rotl aticul. 11)1 at
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Cures tho lucking cough, rolioves
the -orr-iiP'- nnd ovorcomos the
weakness and lassitude.
For warding off pneumonia,
bronchitis, consumption nnd
other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in every land testify
that cod-liver oil is tho most
Food-Emulsion is ns palatable
ns milk. It contains also tho
valuable hypophosphites of Lime
mm us sa.
King and Fort.
o 'it a
Many peojle, after a long .spell of
oppressive heat, suffer from lassi
tude, loss ol" spirits, and a, general
"run down" feeling. They need a
course of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, a
medicino wlm-ii 1ms revived and
restored to a tlvo lifo and health
thousands of Mich sufferers. A lady
recently returned to England from
South Africa wi 'tea concerning iliis
"Whilo in Capo Town tho past
Bummer I suffered rrcstly from tho
long-continued heat. 1 was com
pletely worn out ; my blood seemed
to hecomo as thin as water, and I
lost all energy and interest In lifo.
J.Iy friends recommended Aycr's
Sarsaparllla, nnd a courso of this
wonderful medicino restored my
health and spirits. J.Iy husband suf
fered in tho samo way at I did,
though not lo i urh nn extent, and
ho nlno was groat ly benefited from
tho uso of
AYER'S FILLS, MJLBBUT EFFECTIVE.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Sol Agents for the Hawaiian Ifltnds.
and Every Evening.
This Evening !
GRAND CHANGE OK PROGRAM
Special KiiKinjuuieutof J. Huycs.
Fly I iik Trupczo
lly Kutfeiiu Kauot.
tfciy" Grand Matlnuo Krlilay After
noon, GhlWimi, 10 coats Adults. 'J,')
Ohairs, GOa Stalls 25o.
UU If Dlio'tur nt I'uifurmaiiooi.
'A UWu wsri if, ra
of neck fixing
Right in quality,
Right iu design,
Our regular customers
Wo want a chauco
oj)on tho eyes
of tho other follows.
Onco you aro hero
you won't get awny
9 Hotel Street
f avcrley Block
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Crockory and lvmywnro,
"White Grans Cloth, Mattings,
AVioki-r and Stoamor Chairs,
Oigiut'. lite, lite.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
'M1 Nuuanu Htroot, Honolulu,
Tito undersigned liavln been duly appoint
ed Administrator of tlie KHtatc of Clinrles
Hummer, Ute of Honolulu, Inlnnd of Onliti,
deccateil, nutlvu Is licrvby kIicii to all credi
tors of tlie deceased to present t.lielr claima,
whether beenred hy iiotea, mortL'nueB o
otherwise duly nutlientl Mited Hiid with pro
per vouchers, If u ly exist, to I ho undemgu
cd within tlx month from the dute hereof,
or tin y III be Inrevor lurred And nil per
rons Indebted to the. raid deceased uru .0
(iiet,ted to nuike Immedlatu payment to the
underpinned nt hU olllee, No. -O'.IJ' .Merchant
Administrator of the Kstate of Charles
Honolulu, Dec. 18, Ib'J5. 47-Iut
IN THE OIltOUIT CO OUT OV THE
l'irrit Circuit of tho Hawaiian IkIhikIh, Iu
probate. lit tho matter of tho Estntoof
Anna 21. AruiHtrong, decoaKctl. A duly
authenticated eoiiy of tho last will of Raid
(lecoiihod, lmvlnu boon iirehuntoil to Bald
Court tothor with n petition for tlio pro
lmto thereof, nnd for Hie isHuiitico of letters
of AilminlHtratloit with tho will annexed to
A. Z. Had ley lutviuR beuii tiled, notleo is
hereby givou (hut Monday, January 18,
A. I). lb!)7, nt IU o'clock it. in. in tho
Judiciary Duihliiig, Honolulu, is appointed
tho time and pico for proving said will
nml hi-ariiiK Kaiil applicution, when niiil
whrro any pernon lutvroHtnd may appear
mid hIiow ciiiiho if uny thuy havo why tho
prayer of iiaid potitioiiNhouhl not lie i;ran(ed,
J, A.TIIOMrSON, Clctk.
Honolulu, II. I , Deecmbur HI, IbtlO.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
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ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS!
N. S. SACHS'
520 TTort Stroet
111 Wool Dress Goods
Double width, in solid c - .l
Alnrl.'od down f'rotn (50 ju.d 75
FOR OjSTIfl WREK OISTL.
Hints For Your New Year' a Shopping -r
FOll GENTLEMEN: i FOR LAD1LS:
Court Plastor Cases,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cuo Chalkors,
Pocket 1' lies,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button Boxes,
Neck Tie Pings,
Nock Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
' Soap Boxes,
! Hair Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver
T-uist Z3ecei"vd. per -A--uLstra,li j.,
Atmorcs' Mitico !Mcnt in glass j.trs,
Old Homestead Mince Meat, in I lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2-J, lb. tins,
11. and R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweot Potatoes,
New Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery ButUtr, Hanis, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
212 King Street.
Main OftlcQ Tclephono No. C3. V. O. nox No. 222 Urauch Oftlco Telephono No. 833.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber I&rchaats, Contractors & Builders.
Doors, Sashes, Paints, Oils, Buildors' ILirdwaro, Wall I'apors and
Matting, Eto. Mauufaoturo A!l Kinds o Moulding.
Mniti Ofllco, Meo, Klnu strcot. Ilraneh Ofllcn nml Pinning Mill, enrnor KIhr nml
llothol HlrcotH, Lniulwr Ynnls, Lcleo nnd Lot near R. R. Duixit. Privnte tinult connect
iu(, with O. R..t L. Co. K.R.ruuH through our junl to R. R. whnrt unil uny pnrt o(
Kwn ami Wuiitnau otutloiiH. 18;t-tt
M M 13 1) 1 AT K I .Y, M US I U 1 A XS,
(Hlrlni;''il liihtruiuuiitB) to Julu
MOHTAODK-rAUST FAMILY CIRCUS,
Apply at Uml llurotnnln ami Piinoh
Imwl HlrcutM. 101 If
- ii. - . stripos nnd o'wkS lor
Shoo Horns and Hooks,
Nail and Cutiolo Knives,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dental Floss Cases.
some as Low as 50 Cents.
AND DEALERS IN
To curry f.tvur. nml (jixln Iriulo fur tlicm
echvt, ccrtnln purtuim lmc clrctilnteil, that
tho Cilj I'Ycil Store IMI'OltTS NO (1001)8.
The nhovc it onlj ilotw to ilcprcclnlu our
builiick to tho Interest of tlit-lm. Wo with
tu tnlo ilmt our IIII.I.S Or I.ADlNtl nt our
itoro iiicdl; Tor tliuiuvhi' mul Hint uuicll
ifuoil goudt a auy In our llu uf liuilncM,
and o low at tlio luwcit.
OITV PIJI'.I) 8T0IHI,
U II. Dm L'o.
lluu'ilulu, II. I. IW-Sw