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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Cockor spaniel found.
Two milch cows lor Halo.
Cheapest and best straw lints at
Tho Irrognrd brought eight pas
sengors today from tho Coast.
Ono of Smith's biiB drivors was
arrested this morning for furious
Threo fine horses for "William
Norton arrived in tho Archor from
tho Coast today.
Mastor Fhilip Loyey was tho
only passonger arriving in tho
Archor this morning.
E. 0. WiiiRton roturnod in tho
barkentinolrmgard today with an
other lot of Califoruin swine.
Yesterday's wot weather kept a
good many away from the band
concert at the hotel last night.
Wong 01m and Tai Lau were
fined S'25 each by Judge do la
Verguo this morning for peddling
Consular Hags aro at half mast
today out of respect to tho lato
Minister Willis, as are those of
some business houses.
Judge do la Vorgnohas about a
dozen small civil suits to adjudi
cate this afternoon, besides inquir
ing into the sanity of a Ohineso
Bids for military commissary
supplies were awarded yesterday.
The contracts wero pretty gonoral
ly distributed among tho leading
Tho sale of tickets for tho re
presentation of "A Trip to China
town" will open at Wall, Nichols
Co.'s storo ono hour after the ar
rival of tho Mouowni.
Tho January number of tho
Paradise of tho Pacific is out. It
is full of good things about Ha
waii 'and in typographical aud ar
rJBtio appearunco is up to tho
usual high standard.
Miss Nolto has ro6umed hor
Coraraio Classes at lloom (5, above
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. Classes on
Monday 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to -I p.
m., Wednesday 1 to 4 p. m., and
Friday 9 to 12 a. in. aud 1 to 4 p.
m. Privato lessons extra.
Robert Catton has tho Bulle- land being mado President of tho
tin's thanks for a copy of tho United States first, Mr. Willis
Edinburgh Scotsman of Decern-' was again a candidate for Con
ber 11, containing a report of tho ' greas but wns defeated by his own
groat meeting in that city to pro- , party, mainly for his charapion
noto a national memorial to tho ship of tho causo of tho liopublic-
lato Robert Louis Stovenson.
Lord Rosebory delivered thoprin
cipal speech. '
Captain White was present at '
tho drill of Company B last night.
When tho captain entered
tho company's room before drill,
ho was greeted with threo lusty
cheers. Ilowill start right in and
endeavor to brine h'B company up
to its old high standing. ,
At tho Ghristiaii church tonight ,
Rev. J. A. Monroe will speak on
"Church Work for 1897." On
Thursday evening Rev. Q. H.
Gulick will nddresa the church on
"Foreign Missions," and on Fri- ,
dav ovonint' Row John Loading-1
ham will speak on "Homo Mis
Miuo Host KroiiBO of tho Ar
lington hotel has his hnnds full
this week. In addition to attend
ing to tho ordinary requirements
of tho hotel, he had to proparotho
banquet for Harmony Lodge on
Monday night, Paoiliy Lodgo last
night and tonight he has auothor
ono for Mystio Lodgo on hand
Mr. lirnce, a special correspon
dent of tho Seattlo Postlntolli
goncor, arrived on this morning's
stoamor from Japan aud will re
main a fow days in the islands.
L. Uo has boon writing up tho ill
dustrios of Japan for his papor
with a viow to increasing tho
already largo busiuo.-is iu Oriontal
JJIJt waters controlled by Seattle.
In tho caso of Long John and
nine othor Ohinoso gamblers in
tho polico court this morning
Deputy-Marshal Hitchcock, who
was proseoutiug, entered a nollo
pros, in favor of Wong Ohong, one
of tho defendants. A. S. llum
phroys, who was dofonding, ob
jected on tho ground that the dop-uty-marshal
was exceeding his
authority in so doing. Judge do
la Vorgno overruled tho objoction
and discharged tho defendant.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOOR
Makes Better Bread and rastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
.lit Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole AyenU.
Tho Australia sails on tho 13th.
Bee card of Criterion barber
Dr. Atcherly of Houokaa is in
Tho Ton Shiu'sails at noon to
morrow. This is ladies day at tho Pacific
Mystic Lodge, K. of P., has in
Mrs. Hanna sells the Standard
Bishop Willis returned from
Lahaina by tho Mauna Loa.
Naturalist R. 0. L. Poikins
roturned from Lahaina yostorday.
J. K. Saunders left on tho Clau
dino to resume toaching at Kea
Tho usual band concert willbo
givon at tho Executive Building
this afternoon, commencing at 4
I Tho January number of tho
Friend hasa good budgot of gou-
1 oral Hawaiian news, mingled with
considerable opinion, and a good
deal of selected religious matter, ,
oesiues uio usual recoru ai uomu i
"Occasional squalls may bo ox
pacted in tho vicinity of tho Phil
ippine and Hawaiian Islands, and
in tho region of tho doldrums."
I This is from tho Pilot Chart of
I the North Pacific Ocoan's forecast
, of wiud und weather for January.
ItllMSTKIt WII.LIN Vr.AU.
Continued from Jsl Page.
tiuuously engaged in tho practiso
J of his profession; canvassed tho
1 State on tho Democratic electoral
ticket in 1872; was elected Attor
ney for Jefferson couuty in 1870,
, was re-oloctod in 1874, and sorved
, until ho was elected to tho Forty
fifth Congress; wob elected to the
, Korty - sixth aud Forty - sovonth
Congresses and was re-elected to
tho Forty-eighth Congress as a
Democrat, receiving G192 votes
against 3557 votes for Miller, Re
publican, and 335 votes for Hun
. tor, Prohibition."
In tho oloction following that
which resulted in Grovor Clovo-
' "" postmistress of Louisville, who
was finally ousted by tho Demo
cracy after a hard fight.
Mr. Willis then devoted himsolf
to tho practiso of his profession
until again called to tho front by
Iu'b appointment as Minister to
Kroegor Pianos, sweotest ill touo,
Jas. W. Borgstroni, solo ageut, cash
or installments. Warerooms at
G. AVost's, Masonic Templo. Of- i
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing aud repairing. giUF Tolo
Mystic Lodgo, K. of P.
At the Kegulnr Convention of Mystic
Lodge, No. 2, K. of I attlx-lr Hall,
Kort. street, THIS (Wednesday) EVE
NING, Jan. 0, the Ofllueis Kleot for
tb ensuing term will Installoii.
Members of Oaliu Lodgo nnd all
vIMUtig brethren are fraternally in
vited to be prest-nt.
Per order ot me u u.
0. . GRAY,
j coo'u K-' f R-tfc s-
I deslra to Inform the la Ilea of Ho
nolulu and the publlo gouerally that
I now carry, In addition to my Fine
Ltuo of Mlllinory Goods
The Celebrated Standard
in cevernl stylos with all tho latest
invented atUcluneutPr-aUo all kinds
of maohlno needles. Call and exnmlno
what, is considered tho best Sewltig
Machine in tho world.
MRS. M. EC AJSTJSTA,
5 OO-lw No. 505 Fort Street.
IF YOU WANT . .
A Clean Shave
.... AND i. ....
Late Style Hair Cut
ftjf- Go to tko
Barber - Shop,
Foit street, near Hotel.
Highest of nil in Leavening Strength. Litest V. S, Gov't Report.
Cures tho racking cough, roliovcs
tho soreness nnd ovorcomoa tho
weakness and lnssitudo.
For wardinir off rmcumonin,
bronchitis, consumption nnd
n irr nnrrnrs that, fnl nw this
, VV..V. ...... -w- ..
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in ovory land testify
that cod-liver oil is tlio most
Food-Emulsion is as palatable
as milk. It contains also the
valuable hypophosphitcs of Lime
King nnd Fort.
Auction Sales hy W. S. Luce.
ordor of Mrs. W. II. Smith, I
shall soil at my Auction
0.. MONDAY, Jurr. 18, '97,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON,
1st. Vnluublo nieco of land on
Muiiku sido of liorotunia streot
close to residence of T. It. Lucas,
Esq., having o frontage on Pero
tatiiii slicot of 100 foot and run
ning through to Kinau street 200
foot with a frontage of 100 feot on
Kinau street. Thuro are threo
Houses on llu properly bringing
in a yearly rental of $090 and
room for more dwolliugs.
2 Vnluublo Ilomostoad n Ala-
pai stieot, corner Quarry and
Lunaldo stieots", one block from
residence of J. F. Ilackfold, Esq ,
at prosont occupied hy P. E.
Nichols, Ksq. Tho House is now
with most modorn improvements
and appliance?. Elegantly liiiish.
cd. Cathedral and plato glass
throughout, sumothing novel and
3 Mo3t vnluublo proporly on
Fori B'roet adjoining High School
grounds with 2 fine dwellings ooJ
Riunu, uhvnys ocoupieu and com
manding jino rentals owing to tho
nenrnoss to the city and unequal
od locality, boing on high ground
and draiutid to tho streot.
This is undoubtedly tho finest
oiler mado to tho publio for soino
timo past, giving anyone a chance
for a Town or Suburban residence,
or a speculator a surety of hand
some rolums on his investments,
espeoially as tho localities are of
tho host and none othor available
in tho vicinities. Insurance is pre
paid on nil buildings for 2J years
to como and Water ratos to July
ldt. Titles perfoct.
Torms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at oxponso of pnrchasor.
For further particulars, upply to
W. S. LUCE,
403 td Auctioneer,
A Cookor 8ianlul. Owner can liavo
same ly calling on Wm. Cumilng
Jiam, CoPcuostrPOt, noar Wilder ave
nuo, Muklki, proving property and
paying for this advertisement and
otlier expenses. 500-H
J. I. WATERHOUSE
A great deal of the cargo
of tho- J. C. Glade was for us
and tho vessel should have been
hero boforo Christmns. Wo ex
pected tho goods for tho holi
days and they failed to arrive.
What's the result? A big lot
of goods which should havo
been sold. Wo lose tho profit
rather than carry them over
WHITE SEMI -PORCE
LAIN' VVAHE, in now shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go "to you at a third oft'
what you would pay if the salo
was regular. Tho head winds
which kept tho vessel from
reaching Honolulu weeks bo
foro sho did, wero ill winds to
us nnd fnvorablo ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and GLASS
WARE. Are yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not a
clearance sale but one to en
able us to mako room for tho
goods yet to arrive.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
KOlt THE ABOVE TOUT ON
WiMliii'Ntlny, Jan. Ittth,
AT 4 O'CLOCK 1'. M.
Tho uuilorsiBiiod nro now nrcimred to
Usuo Tlirongh Tickets (rum tliin City to all
polntA in tho United Stntes.
E"J"or further jiurtioulnrs rcanrding
Froijjht or l'asmigo, apply to
409 St Ocncrul Aqcntn.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
IT. J. ITolte, Proprietor.
Antono Soolmry U authorized tocolloet
all ncconnU due me.
4J3.1w H. a. niAltT.
SPECIAL :;: SPECIAL
Big; IBebirgrfcfcixx ino.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS!
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
All Wool Dress Goods
Double width, in solid colors, stripes and c'iccks Tor
35 Cents a Yard,
Marked down from GO ar.d 75 cents.
FOR OKTT5 IWKKK OJSTIVY".
Hints For Your New Year's Shopplng-
Court Plastor Cases,
Postago Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cuo Chalkors,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button Boxes,
Nock Tio Bings,
Neck Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushos,
. All in Sterling Silver some as Low as 50 Cents.
PC- F- 'WICECMA.JSr.
Tu.st ZESQcelTTod. per -A-ia.stza,lia..
Atmoros' liiico cnt in fjlnss jars,
Old Homestead Minco IIcnt in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tins,
11. nnd 11. Plum Pudding in I, 2 nnd 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Cnndicd Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
Now Crop Jlnisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Aspnrngus, .
Maplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Crcmnory Butter, HaniP, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheeso, Etc., Etc., Etc.
JIulu Offlco Tolepliono No. 5.1. P. 0. Uox No. 2i2 Hriuich onice Telcphono No. 833.
Oahu Lumber and Building Go., L'd.
Doors, SaaliOSr Paints, Cils, Bnildors' ILmlwaro, Wall I'apors and
Malting, Etc. Miiuufnoturo A'l Kinds of Moulding.
llnia Offlco, Lcloo, King Hired, llranch Olllce ami Pinning Jill), corner King and
Dothul Ktrcots. Lumlior Yards, Lclio und I.ot near It. Jt. Depot. Privnto track couuect
Ing with 0. it. Is h, Co. U. It. mns through our ynrdH to It. IX. wharf and Hny part o(
Ewa and Waianno Htntlniw. 4tt.'i-tt
Consofflateu Sofia Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. G-EAK.
Telepliono 2lB, : : i : No. 210 King 8t.
Shoo Horns nnd Hooks,
Nail nud Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dontnl Floss Cases.
Contractors & Builders.
AND DEALEBS IN-
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A-ttorney at Law
14 Kanbnmanu Btrvet.
Telephone Ko. CS2. 408-Cra
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 203 Merchant Btroct, Campbell
lllock rear ot J. O. Cartel' office, V. O.
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