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LOOAIi AND QENERAIi NEWS
The Gaelic will take twenty passengers
from lliix port.
The Gloanora will havo Christmas
dolls ready for sale ou Decomber
As anticipated tho S. S. Olaudiuo
returned safo and sound this forenoon
Baud concert at Km ma Square
this afternoon and at Makoo Island
The Ptiuahou juniors defeated the
High School cadets yesterday at
football by 8 to G.
Tho interesting little Handicraft
is attain welcomed. It is a bright
G. L. Pearson loads to-morrow's
gospel mooting at the Y. M. 0. A.
.All men are iuvited.
Now that Sorgeant Elvin has
pared the cartridges pistol
win proceeu ai jtiaKaauo.
Tho Frawloys will appear in
Shenandoah this evoniug. The
theatre will be crowded.
Tho S. S. Gaelic arrivod off port
last night from Oliina and Japan.
She is-booked to sail at 5 p. m.
Nothing Athletic to-day. All
sports are waiting for Thanksgiving
and Independence day next week.
Mr. George Davis, tho lawyer, was
able to bo around town this morning,
after a long and serious illness.
Detective Ohun Poou is getting
liToly again with that pistol of Iub.
He will get the authorities or
Thrum's Annual goes forward by
the Gaoliu to-day. A more extended
notico of this invaluable publication
is deferred until our next issue.
Scotland is famed for its lino
whiskoys, and tho best brands of il
are obtainable at the Pacific Saloon.
Ask for Andrew Ushors O. V. G.
Judgo Petersou presided in tho
District Court this 'Horning, during
thn absence of Judge Wilcox, who
is acting as interpreter in the Kauai
Tho Hawaiian Planter's Monthly
for Novembor is uow out. It is full
of information to all interested in
our agricultural developments. The
present number is especially interesting.
Senator Poltigiev,Mr. Duooisaud
'the Gommiasioutrs of the Hawaiian
people to Congress leave by tho
Gaelic. There will probably be a
vory large gathering to say good byo
A private letter from His Lordship
tho Bishop of Honolulu states
that he will positively leave England
on the 25th instant and arrive by tho
steamship Aorangi due here on
December zLst next.
Professor Yarndley wishes to aieot
tho entire Central Union choir for
rehearsal at 7 o'clock sharp this
evening. Tho sorvicos for Sunday
will be prepared and tho music for
Thanksgiving Day rehoaraad.
Ex-Consul Churchill will locturo
at the Y. M. 0. A. on Monday evening
at 7:30 under the auspices of tho
Hawaiian Historical Society. His
Bubjsot will be "The Battle of
and tho Boginuiug of the
Navigation to Eastern Polynesia."
Paddy Itvau is uow assisted by
popular William Carlisle at tho
Saloon, where Seattle Beer is
always ou draught and other stimulants
furnishocf. Pointers ou all
sporting ovouts can be had, freo of
charge Irom tlio atniotic manager oi
On December 1, at tho Y. M. 0.
A.- hall, Mr. Lamport tho now young
musician who comes with a
as both piauist and organist,
will be introduced by Professor
Yarndley. Ouo number will bo the
entire threo movemouts of a Beethoven
sonata by Minn Clymer and
A bonolit conceit will be given in
the St. Andrew's pro-cathedral on
Tuesday oveuiug, Nov. SUth, for tho
purpose of raising funds for print-
jng tho Hawaiiau Hymn Book with
music. Tho program is being arranged
by Prof. Wray Taylor, which
will contain several Hawaiian
by different glue clubs, besides
solos (vocal and instrumental) by
local talont. Tickets are in tho
bauds of committees and at the
book storos, aud owing to tho
accommodation the hall can afford,
it will bo well for those who
consider the object worth their aid
to procure tickets beforehand. Admission,
Firemen Will Organ'zo
The old volunteer Fire Department
of Honolulu was a powerful
organization in tho communify, po
liticaliy and socially. Most of tho
kamaainas of tho city have at. some
period bolongod to the old department,
and aio yet cherishing tho
memory of tho days gouo by, when
elections in tho department wore of
more interest and moro exciting
than tho state's elootions.
At tho funeral of tho la to Major
Gulick a call'was issued to tho
vetorans to turn out and in a body
show tho last honors to a comrade
who had for many years taken a
lively and aotivo interest in the department.
A largo number of tho
old "boys" gathered and it was suggested
by somo that a permanent
organization of tho old volunteer
firemen be instituted. The suggestion
mot with a general approval,
and on Thursday evening a number
of the vetorans met at the company
room of Company H, which had
boon placed at their disposition by
Captain T. B. Murray.
Among those present wore several
of the firemen from the sixties1.
John Nott an was chosen
ohairman and called tho meeting to
order. Jack MoVeigh acted as secretary.
The object of the proposed
organization is to form a bonefit
society for all who wore merabors in
good standing of tho old volunteer
fire department. The dotails of the
proposed society wero discussed and
L. H. Deo, 0. B. Wilson and others
made many valuable suggestions.
It was finally moved and carried
that a cornmittoe of five bo appointed
by tho chair to formulatn a constitution
and by-laws for the society.
After tho mooting tho veterans
talkod "fire" and swapped bsg
pardon enjoyed their mutual
of yo good old times.
Wo hopthat the new organization
will meet with all possible suc
cess and support aua prove
to tho vetorauB.
Why Not Seize Dawson CltyP
A Correspondent of tho Now York
Sun at Juneau, under the date of
October 2lst, pays: "A warning has
been sont to Washington of a filibustering
scheme to seize Dawson
City in tho name of tho United
States, formally hoist the stars and
stripes, decluro that all the gold
fields are on United State soil and
are theroforo open for entry. The
hearty support of live thousand
American miners is relied ou to
overawe the few British mouuted
police." Tho Sun speaks of this
plau with deprecation. But why?
Tho Sun is a heated advocate of
Hawaiian annexation. What is tho
difference between annexing Honolulu
aud anuoxiuK Dawson City? A
few years ago a baud of American
filibusters formally hoisted tho stars
and stripes at Honolulu, and
that it was United States soil.
It is true that their action was repudiated,
but it is uow about to be
repeated, if the Sun aud its kindred
journals oau bring it to pass. Why
not try 'the same plan with Dawsou
City? Tho only objection that wo
cnu see is that the British aro strong
audtheHawaiiausaro weak; that tho
British would fight us and the
will not. Uuder tho
therefore, it may bo well for
us to steal only from the woak rather.
thau from tho strong. Argonaut,
Tho winners of tho recent tenuis
tournament wore presented this
morning with tho prizes won by
Tho prizes consist of vory pretty
small silvor cups, desiguod and
made by H. F. Wichman, and boar-
ing a suitable inscription, Tho winners
aro Miss Sarah Carter, of tho
Valley Tennis Club, who won tho
ladles' prize; Y. B. Godfroy, Jr.,
who carried off tho gentlemen's prize
for single; aud Harry Waterhouso
and W, H, Coney who received tho
gentlemen's prize for doublo, Tho
threo last named winners aro members
of tho Pacific Tennis Club.
Ladies night gowns, well made,
good cotton, for CO cents, Ladies
Choraisos 3 for $1 this week at
Byyijfjsst wnwfi 'p mpiiiwinii i . wMtwymmwwm .fwvm. -
A YOUNG GIRL'S TRIAL,
NSltVOUS TROUBLES END IN ST.
From the .Reporter, Somorsot, Ky.
Among tho foot hills of tho Cumberland
mountains, noar the town of
Flat Rock, Kentucky, is tho home
of James MaPhorson. Four months
ago tho daughter of tho family, a
girl of Bixtoon, was stricken with St.
Vitus' dance. The loading physicians
wero consulted but without
avail. She grew palo and thin under
tho tornHle norvous Btrain and
was fast losing hor montal powers.
In fact tho thought of placing her
in an asylum was seriously considered.
Her caso has boon so widely
talked about that tho report of hor
euro was like modernizing a miracle
of old. To a reporter who visitod tho
homo the mother said:
"Yes, the reports of my daughter's
sickness and cure are truo as you
hoar them. Her aflliction grow into
St. Vitus' dance from an aggravated
form of woakness and nervous trouble
peculiar to hor sex. Every
source of holp was followed to tho
end, but it soomed that physicians
and medicines wore powerless. Day
by day who grew worso until we despaired
of her life. At times sho
almost wont into convulsions. She
got so that wo had to watch her to
keep her from waudering away and
you can imagine the caro sho was.
"About this timo misery
was greatest and all hope had fled,
I read of another ea?0; almost similar,
curod by a mediciuo known as
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I Bocurod
somo of the pills and from day on
the wonderful work of restoration
commenced; tho nervousness loft,
her cheeks grow bright with tho
color of health, she gained flesh and
grew strong both mentally and physically
until to-day she is the very
picture of good health and
It is no wonder that I speak
in glowing terms of Pink Pills to
every ailing person I meet. Thoy
saved my daughter's life and I am
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain
all the elements necessary to give
now lifo and richness to tho blood
and restore shattered nerves. They
are for salo by all druggists.
At St. Andrew's.
The musical portion of tho
o'clock morning service or tho Second
Congrogatiou of St. Androw's
Cathedral to morrow Sunday, will
be as follows:
ToDuni in E flat Barrett
Jubilate in l" Schilling
Anthem O How Arniablo Wost
At G:30 o'olock in the ovening tho
male surpliced choir will render a
professional hymu, aud Joss' Magnificat
aud Nunc Dimittis.
Fraw ley Company
From the Columbia Thoatro, San
SATURDAY MATINEE NOV, 20
SATURDAY NIGHT NOY. 20.
The curtain will riso at 8 o'clock
Prices : $1.50. $1, 75o and 50o.
Wm. G. Irwm & Co.
Wm. U. Iiwin President & Malinger
Glaus Snrookols. . . ,
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Our leader for Uvb week. Miit
yourself as to grammar and
we will Hiityou with a Broom.
One broom to oach customer
is 25 cents
We have a hundred for
sale which are worth fifty
dollars of your money.
One Christinas with a fine
frtock mad- us brave, so this
year we have "fptvad
solves.' At C hriatmiH
we want to give more of our
friends presents than we
thought of during the year.
Don't "blow yourself" so 1 hat
you will feel the reaction, but
get something pretty aud
genuine, even if not
Watch for the announcement
of our opening, as we
will have tho finest assortment
of buitablti for
presents ever shown in Honolulu.
. W. D1M0ND & CO
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notiuod that all mnsrriptions nro pay-
able strictly In mlvimce uy Hie montii
quarter or yenr
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J. T. Waterhouse.
There are three brands of
Jams and Jellies known to be
absolutely pure. Crosse &
Blackwells, Morton's and
Code, Klfolt & Co. During
tho pure food crusade in California
the goodr of the latter
passed every inspection and
now come out of the factory
specially- stamped ''Pure
Food."' We have a complete
stock 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 dealern. We buy
for cash in quantities to suit
the demand and consequently
thoy aro always fresh.
We handle the celebrated
Albott boneless sardines and
the Palace brand of sheer
bacon, two artieles for tin.
table tljat aro unext ellod.
"We carry a full line of table
delicacies, English and American
and promptly fill orders.
Prompt delivery in all cases
whether in person or by telo
phone and careful attention
paid to tho selection of goods.