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LOOAXi AND NEWS
Tho band playod tho Ohina oft
Inst evening. Shu Bailed on time.
Ii. W. Mustard hag rocoivod a
Consular appointment nt Shanghai
Commander Niohol, U. S N., and
family- have located at Ilaaleloa
Minister Damon pleasantly entertained
Sir Nowell bud Ldy Salmon
James N. K. Keola will deliver tho
ovonlng looturo at Kawaiahao Ohuroh
on Sunday next.
'Dopuly Marshal Hitchcock returned
by tho Kiuau after a brief
visit to Molokai.
Mrs. Edward will probably give
an entertainment at Kaumakapili
Ohuroh on Tuesday next.
The U. S. S. Marion, our old favorite,
will probably bo turned over to
tho California naval militia.
Oyolomere to-morrow. Matinco
in the aftornoou, and Trilby tricks
on both occasions. Ho innans to do
Commodore Becltley of tho Kiuau
oarrind a large passenger list for this
port. Ho reports plenty of rain on
Hawaii aiil no news. .
Tho "green horn" tandem race on
Saturday night at the Oyolomere
will he 'of special interest. Willie
and Frank make a nice team.
Tlio race betweon John Sylva,
(.Mano.i) and Gooree Martin has
boon arranged for November 13th,
the best two out of three heats.
Tho Supromo Court has supported
the Tax Assoasnr in his coutost
agaiust tho Oahu Railway & Land
Company, and they will have to pay
their lawful taxes.
To-night boing Halloween tho
Scottish Thistle Olub will celebrate
with a dance at beautiful SansSouoi.
Special traffic arrangements have
been made to nuit tho convenience
' of tho guests.
Hon. John E. Bush arrived from
Hilo this morning, looking woll and,
happy. Besides anting as Hawaiian
Court interpreter, Mr. Bush is
in the law office of Colonel
Little at Hilo.
The Examiners correspondent
struck a snag in his references to the
Acting Consul-General of Groat
Britain. Tint is not surprising considering
his connection with tho
Star of this city.
The Frasvley Company opons at
tho Hawaiian Opera House on tho
18th of next mouth for a throe
weeks' Eoaon. Saon ticket will
be placed on sale next Tuesday
morning at Wall-Nichols Co.
Another of thou delightful concerts
will be given at Kaumakapili
Church to-morrow evening for tho
benefit of Pala'ma Chapel. Miss
Cordelia Clymer and MissC. Hoapili
will assist the Falama aud
clubs. Doors open at 7.
Minister and Mrs. Sowall entertained
at lunch yesterday, President
Dole, Prof, Alex. Agassiz, Mr. May
Agassiz, of Cambridge, Mass , Mr.
Wood worth, Mr. Mayer, associated
with Prof. Agassiz, Prof. Alexander,
Dr. Maxwell and Mr. Armstrong.
At th'e Y. M. C. A. to morrow
evoning Mrs. Edward will present
hop mysterious and mirthful entertainment
for the especial benefit of
tho youthful members of society.
The performance will bo given under
more promising auspices as largo
number of tickets havo already beon
sold and thedemaud isinoroasing.
The flagship Kinau of the Wilder
& Co.'s lino arrived shortly after
noon to-day from windward ports'.
The following is the passenger aud
' freight list:
0 L Wight, President Wilder S S
Co.; VV Haywood, U S
Mrs Haywood, Miss H E
Wilder, MIm & K Wilder P S
Dodge, R W Shingle, G K Wilder,
F Byruo and wife, Mrs Gray, A
Mrs Cahill and 3 childreu, Mrs
Koliihuluhulu, J E Bush, wife and 6
childreu, Judge W L Wilcox and
wifeMiflR K Luahine, Miss W
Thrum and bride, Alani,
wife and 15 children, Mrs Sing Kee
and 10 children, A W Cornelius,
A Lydgale, R Lyman, 0 Notloy.
Miss Mulliugnr. MIbb E Williams, J
M Horner, W L Stanley, W A
Miss M Wight, D 11 Oaw, Mrs
0 J W M McQuaid, W R
Castle, CI W MnDougal, E N Bronda
H T Haysiddon. J MeOlenan, S
Hauohott, WLUhinnn and rou, W
Aud and wife, WE Stoluwny, H R
Hitchcook,vDr A Irwin and 62 deck.
Cargo Did bags sugar, 315 bags
-potato, 30 bags corn, 29 bales wool.
122ipkgs hidfls, 20 head cattle, 201
ilteep, 12 lambs, 10 hogs, 407 pkg
!tj. . , AIV.H.
TOPICS OF THE DAY,
"If annexation fails" (vide Star)
tho editor of that paper will bo out
of a job. That's what's tho mattor.
Tho now bank to bo started by
tho "Sons of tho Amorican Revolution"
will bo a Simon puro patriotic
affair' There will bo no British nor
Enropoan connections. No
An intorview with Senator Morgan
is given in tho Examiner of October
20. There aro somo extraordinary
misstatomonts in it. Is tho Senator
wilfully mendacious or was tho in
torviower a falsifier.
The Independent has been requested
to again call attention to tho
condition of Kuakini street, but not
by Mr. P. 0. Jones whoso interests
in tho direction of road making appear
to be promptly attended to
even if his neighbors and the Valley
Tennis Club have to suffer. Wo
understand that another coat of
top dressing and a steavi roller
would materially improve matters.
Thoro are some who suggest a bet
tor remedy still and that is for a
Minister to own valuable proporty
on tho streot frontage. That, however,
is none of the people's business
but the thoroughfare requires fixing.
It appoars to be tho consensus of
opinion of all good and conservative
men in town that the present arrangements
in regard to the supervision
of tho Molokai Settlement are
not exactly what they should be,
Health Agent Reynolds is ominently
well qualified for the position he
occupies but is impossible, or impracticable,
for him to satisfactorily
discharge his important duties in
Honolulu duriug his absence on
Molokai, and vice versa. Just" when
his guidance and advice are wanted
horo he is away at tho Settlement.
Tho President of the Board is
shrewd enough to know tlm, and we
look to him to find some way out of
this difficulty. It is not a question
of salary, for a man even at $300 a
month cannot be in two places at
The Bullotin takes The Independent
to task for. lack of "patriotism."
This is amusing. For an alioa
journal conducted by aliens in tho
intorests.of a government of aliens
aiming to betray a nation's ii dependence
to a foreign country lo
talk of 'patriotism," is like-presenting
a death addor enveloped in
and, pansies ao a
bridal tokon to the maiden you have
betrayed and wish to bo rid off before
the next victim is enchained in
lust. The "patriotism" of tho
Bulletin and its annexation congeners
is the putrescenoe of porGdy
and. the symbol of violation o.f all
morality and legality. Dr. Woolsey
is a man of national fame, and his
truthful remarks ate too
for those who feed alone on annexation
fodder aud the material
supplied by the original patentee of
tho invontion of mendacity.
We understood that the now fire
station on Boritania and Fort Streets
was to be completed on the 1st of
October. Tho coutraotor has dono
his part of the work, and yet the
building has not been occupied by
tho tiro department. Our dickybird
whispers that there has been
quite a row over the delay iu tho
Interior camp, in Rowoll
docidodly camo out second best.
Tho mule-riding superintendent
gave ai an excuse for the delay, that
the had not arrived,
Tho excuse satisfied tho Minister,
wo aro informed, but his Excellency
got extromoly wrathy when he
learned that.ho had boon treated to
a patent "fib," and that tho
had beon jn Honolulu for ono
month at least and that the reason
for their iron-appearance was, that
Mr. Rowell's pet oarpentor was absent
on tho other islands, and that
no other meobnnio could bo dntrusted
with tho job of placing tho polos.
Aftor tho sad waste of bluo streaks
nnil tfrnneh words the taxpayora
may now hope to see the fire station
FRA.WLEYS ARE COMING.
Organization as Good as tho Best.
In speaking of this company, Editor
Thrum of tho San Francisco
Music and Drama, recently said:
"In roviewing tho stock season,
now in its last woek at tho Columbia,
it must be admitted that in tho production
that has been offered tho
high standard of excollonco established
vhn the company first camo
to San Francisco has beon bo well
maintained that tho organization
has lost almost nothing by comparison
with any of the travelling companies
that come to us with far greater
pretensions from the leading
theatres of tho East. The tremendous
amount of good work
plisbed during a season, when weekly
changes of program demanded
tho attendance of tho players at the
theatre morning, noon and night,
can only be appreniatod by pooplo
c'onvoriant with theatrical affairs
and familiar with tho great difficulty
there is in keeping such a number
of clever people together under such
circumstances. All that tho Frawleys
havo douo has been well dono and
the company is without question,
ono of the best stock organizations
Oar and Buss Arrangements.
In order to accommodato the
guests at tho Thistle Club's danco
to-morrow evening. EXTRA CARS
will leave the Chinese"1 Theatre
switch on Kiug street at 7:30 and
7:15 p.m. All cars will bo met at the
Waikiki tprminus by free busses for
Sans Souci. Special cars will remain
until the conclusion of tho
ball, but busses will run whonevor
A Now Social Olub.
It is understood that a quiet attempt
is being made by friends of
tho late Hagny Social Club to form
another club under different conditions
of membership, and on a self
supporting basis. Mr. Charles
Lind will be pleased to furnish information
to all interested.
lotunutal Hyde Meet
SEASON OF THREE WEEKS.
fca "I1 tnrday, Oct So,
At 2 and 8 p. m.
DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P. M.
To all parts of the grounds oicept
boxes, 25 cunts.
General Admission, 25o. Admission
and Grand Stand, 50c. Boxes
for pnrties of six or nine.
Seats on Sale at Wall-Nichols Co.
'BUSSES RUN TO THE OATBS.
Reduction In Prices
Having determined to not only
meet the Groat CuUiu Prices that is
now taking place among the Grocers
of this City, but to go thorn ono
better, wo invite the attontiou of
Housekeepers to get Our Quotations
aud inspect Our Stock of
Fancy and Staple
We moau business and will os wo
havo always been, bo not only tho
BEST, BUT THE CHEAPEST
Grocors in tho City.
LEWIS & 00
UAB THEM ALb
Telephone 210. Free delivery twice dally
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Of Philadelphia. Pa.
Founded, 1798 Cash Capital, $8,000,000
Oldest Firs Insurance Company in thp United. States.
Losses paid since organization over - $90,000,000,
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY.
(FIRE AND MARINE)
Established, 1859 Capital $5,000
Insurance effected on Buildings, Goods, Ships, and Merchandise
For lowest rates apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
MANY BEERS IN IMEKICA!!
Good, Bad and Indifferent.
IS ONLY 03STEI
EEeis Proven Its Superiority.
Noah's Certificate is Not Needed for the Best.
Consumers Are the Judges.
Is "World Renowned, Holds Its Own, and Don't You
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd,,
N SATURDAY, DEWKEN TOWN
J and Walklkl, a moss ncato sotting of-a
sleeve linK. A. reward wiu be paid by de-
IIvorhiR to tho Ofllcu b' ii Jmk imiwt,
' Our offer to tell 50 cent
glasses at 25 cent per dozen
met with ready acceptance
of the people. What was
the result? In Icsh than two
hours we had sold out the 50
dozou tumblers. People are
beginning to rcalizo that our
store contains tho greatest
bargains ever offered in Honolulu.
If ono line goes to
you cheap why not another?
"V1 arc offering for
the balance of tho week a
line of pressed Glass so nearly
resembling the most of the
cut glass that the effect is
genuine. IIcro'B a few leaders.
Pickle dishes 5 cents,
former price 15 cents.
Finger bowls, 10 cents.
Salad of berry bowls, 25
Milk pitchers, 15 cunts.
Wine glasses, 5 cents.
Toothpick holdors, 5 cents.
Fruit plates, 15 cents.
Many other articles in this
lino at prices which have never
f . W. D1M0ND & CO
Von Tlntf Blnolc
GOVEKNKS3 TO GO TO IL0 TO
lns'ruot. two ulrl. 8'ato polnrv. re
quired and references Address "L" f. O.
Ijox O O.
There are three brands of
Jams and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blackwells, Morton's and
Code, Klfolt & Co. During
the pure food crusade in California
the goods of the latter
passed every inspection and
now come out of the factory
specially stamped ''"Pure
Food."' We have a complete
Tatock of these goods and offer
them to the public at very low
Our grocery department is
full to the brim with rcliabh
goods and our prices are low
enough as to draw common
from other dealers. Wo buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
they are always fresh.
We handle tho celebrated
Albeit boneless sardines and
the Palace brand of sliced
bacon, two articles fur the
table that are unexcelled.
Wo carry a full line of tabic
delicacies, English and Amer
ican and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by tele
phone and careful attention
paid to the selection of goods.
U. J.. W3