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iSome interestiig News
2 From bland of Maui
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CWalluku, Nov. 25. Messrs. It. R.
;ilcrB and 4. W. Waldron, superinten
dent and bookkeeper, respectively, of
,tho Kahtllul Railroad Co., both leave
pcr.Claudlno .this evening for Honolulu
Xo enter their now fields .of labor.
Thoro was a lull In tbo Walluku dln
trlct .court this week. Magistrate Mo
JCajr Is over at Nahlku and Is expecteJ
hack today, whllo Second Magistrate
Kalclkau Is laid up with Jtho grip. A
aatlvo .baulcd up for selling liquor
without a licenre, Is In jail awaiting
Defendant's demurrer In re damage
suit of A. Furtado vs P. N. Kahokuo
luna ct n.l was argued befor.o Judgo
Kalua last Wednesday. The decision
was reservwl. Measrs. Hons & Coko
for plaintiff. J' .M. Kancakua for de
fendants. Tho petition of J. M. Dowseti, ad
ministrator of tho c&tato of the lato
Randall von Tcmpsky, of Kula, Maul,
for approval .of accounts and discharge,
was heard before Judge J. W. Kalua lu.
,tbo probate court last Wednesday. Tlid
accounts of tbo administrator wen;
Receipts, IC193.98: expenditures, $G1G8.
8), leaving a balanco of $35.17. Ac
counts wero ordered approved and ad
Kipahula plantation will commenco
grinding next week. Tho Wailuku
plantation will start about the second
week In December.
W. Goodness, proprietor of tho Bis
marck stables, Walluku, bos just re
covered from a sevens Illness.
The residents of Hann, Maul, will en
joy a danco next Thursday evening. In
honor of Thanksgiving -Day.
Ah Pa, a Chinese resident of Klpa
liulu, Maul, was severely burnt by II ro
whllo asleep in his humblo quartern
last Thursday ovenlng. Tho matter Is
being Investigated by.tho authorities.'
Geo. Pattersby of Kahulul, will suc
ceed J. Carty at tho Pala depot.
Whllo Judge Kalua was holding
court this morning In ro tho Asa Ha
naoka vs Kataoka writ of error, At
torney Paul Neumann of Honolulu en
tered and seated with tho other mem
bers of the bar, and during tho'hearlni;
rendered voluntary assistance to botli
parties. Hons & Coko for plaintiff tn
error, Kancakua for defendant In error.
Tho judgo reserved his ruling until De
cember term at Lahalna.
Thoro will be services at tha Foreign
church tomorrow. Ono of tho members
will read a sermon.
The "Australia" of the 28th
inst. will take many a Christ
mas Greeting to friends in
King Bros, have an assort
ment of dainty little sketches
which are just the thing for
the purpose. , , .. .
110 Hotel street.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,"
EASY-RLMNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Tribune Agents. ,
,WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
THE KING'S MIRROR
i .'. Anthony Hope
'OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE
NO. ; JOHN STREET
A NAME TO CONJURE WITH
THE LION AND THE UNICORN
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
Book, Muilq and News Dealers.
. Pianos Sold on laitallment. .
Two Carloads of Pianos.
$10.00 per month installments.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
The Ladles of Honolulu are All Cordially Invited to Attend the
GRAND .-. DISPLAY
20S-207 Hotel Sttcet.
The 45th Hrgimcnt was out for drill
All tbn frnvnrntnnnt nfflnra ' will lin
R. O. Hn.ll Rr. finn nrn lmvlnp- n emml
blcyclo lamp Bale.
The Mlownrn will leavn tnr Mm Pnln.
nies at 3 o'clock today. .,
Iliinil pnnnflrr. In Ktnmn RnVinrn ni Hm
usual hour this evening.
Uallpv'w nntnlnl fnnt. niinma Mow
up-to-date; bco them; 75 cents.
An nttpmnt will lin mmln In i-il in. n
cricket match for tomorrow nfternoon.
Dnnnfv Rhrrlff nmatnil nt wAmn
camo down In tho Ko Au'Hou Sunday!
Honolulu Messenger Servlco delivers
messages- and packages. Telophono
The Hawaii Land Co. has sued
Hakaumano and several others on a
bill of partition.
A n largo number of her friends wero
down to seo Mrs. Wm. Haywood off in
tho Coptic Saturday afternoon.
Wo call tho nttentlon of our readers
to tho card of John H. Soper, stock and
Bharo broker, appearing in Now Today.
W. H. Field, manager' of the Home
Bakery has resigned, his resignation
to take effect nt tho end of this month.
A hnndball tournament Is being ar
ranged for at tho Y. M. C. A. Entries
close next Thursday nlcht. Nov. 3d. nt
9 p. m.
I'hotogrnphs enlarged to any slzo In
crayon, .watcrcolors, sepia, pastel anil
Oils. Colo & Collins. Pnrt nlroni nnn
tho Homo llakcry.
, Thcro Is only ono Jesso Mooro Whis
key In tho world and that Is cold nnd
pure. Lovejoy & Co. nro distributors
for tho Hawaiian Islands. ,
Tho plantation people of Kauai, ac
cording to recently arrlrvcd steamers
from that lBland, aro very sanguino as
to the output of sugar for tho present
"A etltch In tlmo" Is an old ndago
that still holds good. If your lawn
mower or garden hoso need repairing,
ring up N. F. Uurgcss, Pcnsacola
Dollnlnllft mlnpft. prnnlinrrv annnali
apple, peach, berry, custanhand lemon
pica ircuu uvcry morning ancr 10
o'clock at tho Now England Bakery, 21
Tho Supremo Court has affirmed tho
decision of the lower court In tho caso
of Brown & Focke, trustees of tho Cay
Estate vs J. P. Mendonca. Decision is
In favor of plaintiffs. '
An exhibition gamo of basket ball
will bo played In tho Y. M. C. A. gym
nasium noxt Saturday night, between
tho City Team and a team from tho
Evening Class. Tho public Is Invited.
Tho H. C. C. team beat tho Errol and
Lennox combination to tho tuno of 130
to 34 Saturday afternoon. Mr. Harvey
of the H. C. C. team nnd J. C. Penny
made 29. Anderson scored 2G. Tho
largest Bcoro by tho opposing team was
J. Qlbson'B 16.
The young men of Honolulu aro 'be
ginning to real I ro what it Is to get fine
real cstato at a modcrato sum. Frank
Mclntyro has Just bought a lot In tho
baseball grounds truct recently secured
by Gear, Lansing & Co. Ho Is very
much delighted with his now acquisi
tion. Delicious cream mcrcngucs, dough
nuts and plea par excellence, tlio best
In cranberry, lemon, npplc, peach, cus
tard and berry. Fresh every day after
10 o'clock a. ru. at tho New England
Bakery. If you try our bread you will
havo nono other; our trado mark' Is
rtov. S. L. Desha of IIIlo gave a most
Interesting talk In Kawalalmo S.unday
morning. Ho told of his trip to tho
States and tho kindness with which all
tho Hawaiian pastors wero treated
whllo In tho land of Undo Sam. His
talk was very much enjoyed by tho
many people present.
Frank J. Beatyi -a special corres
pondent representing tho Portland Ore
gonlan, North Pacific Farmer and
Torch of Ilcason, arrived In tho Aus
tralia and will dovoto consldernblo
tlmo to special work In Hawaii. Af
ter a tour of tho Islands ho will pro
ceed to New Zealand and Australia.
Od WeiAy, ihnty mil Friday
November 22, 28 and 24.
OF EXQUISITE ,
Fall MillinQP, Parisian Waists,
Elegant Dress Goods, Opera
Capes, Fancy Neckwear,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Halrdresslng and Manicuring Department Is under the direction of Miss Agnes
Smith. , '
Hie Dressmaking Department Is in charge of Miss Hamerschlag, late, of New York.
MISS M. B. KILLEAN,
WHERE, is where we
get together, the
proper ohoeat the
Our new stock of Men's SUooers is iust oDeneri.
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are puticularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
- Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Le Mnnyon Pfioto. Snwily Go,
AN HAWAIIAN AGENCY,
The latter now offer for
The: Holiday : Trade!
MODEL 1900 K0DAKS
Uromlde Paper, Sollo, UeMof
and ALL THINGS PHOTOGRAPHIC
42fi Fort Strest.
Notice is hereby given that k second
assessment, 5 percent or $1.00 per share en
the assessable stock of the Nahlku Sugar
Co.. will be due and pavable at the Office
of Alexander & Baldwin on Friday Dec
ember 1st, 1809.
By order of the Director.
Treasurer Nahiku si g ir Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 20th, 1899.
Last of Egan's Silks
being closed out at 25 cts
and 75 cts a yard.
Plush Draperies 25 cts
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd,
ih-V!. -" '-"tk-- ''--'t liiH- --"wi" ''
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New Stock of TENNIS BALLS and Sundries just received
' from the factory.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd., aw VS&$ 60 s
TO AltlUVE EX AUSTRALIA.
To'nrrlvb ox Australia, Onions, Po
tatoes, Lemons, Limes, Apples, Pears,
Nuts, Figs, Raisins, Salmon, Flounders,
Crabs, Oysters, Cranberries, Quail,
Ducks, Turkeys, Ham, Dacon, etc., etc.
Camarlnos. King and Alakca streets.
One! coupon and 25 cents, On To
." Tu C Rl II I CTIM nnn .otlcfti
L mil uululi in wan oauoijr
I all your WAIN 1 i. it has 4
established a W A N T
Frank Thompson, of tho Capo Par
liament, says that tho country around
MnfoklnR is tho most deadly of all for
horso sickness, njid that during Decem
ber and January tho IJoors will loso 80
per cent of their horses.
Tama, tho Japancso wlfo of Sir Ed
win Arnold, is said to look Uko a I'a
rlalcnnc. Slio speaks English fluently,
but with a Blight ncccnt. Her letters
show Hint Blio lins been easily nblo to
adapt herself to English modes of,
thought and expression.
Johu Cammcrman, aged nlnoty-threo
years, who chilmsUo tho tho "oldest
Inhabitant'' of Maryvlllo, Mo., has un
dertaken to wheel a barrow contain
ing ono hundred bricks from that town
to Kansas City n dlstanco of ninety
miles In flvo days. Ho sot out on
Monday last nnd covered twenty-ono
miles in tho first twenty-four houra.'
On Wednesday ovenlng, when last
heard from, ho was nineteen miles
nearer' to the goal, nnd asserted that ho
had a "walk-over." Tho journey was
undertaken to win n wager.
My Art Department, Up.Stairs,
x IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN $C
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF m
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Aiwavs in Stock
..A. L'S O.
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Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks
E. W. JORDAN, No. 10 FORT ST.