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LOQAIi AND GENIillilj NEWS
Ladies day at tho Pacific Tennis !
For Holiilay Goods, go t" N. S,
Musiealent lCnvvaialinn Seminary
on Friday nvonln
Sachs' store is a carnival of bar'
Auuoxation to-morrow or some
other day. Eh?
Ewa plantation will havo a Christmas
tree on Christmas night.
Latest Holiday Novelties at N. S.
Hon. S. Percy Smith returns homo
on the Mariposa to morrow.
Hoadquartors for Embroidered
Handkerchiefs at N. S. Sachs.
Dr. and Mrs. A. B Carter are in
town for a few days from Makao.
If you don't know what to buy
for Christmas, go to Sachs' store. .
Tho baud concert, at tho Hawaiian
Hotel was a pleasant succoss last
Join our Suit Club, SI por week
Medeiros & Decker, Hotel street. '
Sixteen amateurs will enter at
Cyoloinore (or the New Year's Day
A nice front room is for rent at
No. 9 (formerly No. d) Gardou Lauo.
There will bo dinner and reception
on Now Year's Day at tho Y.
M. C. A.
Tho jurors attending tho special
term hare been oxoiited until tho
A now hack staud has been authorized
for Union street in front of the
old Bell Tower.
Band concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel to-morrow oveniug if the
China is in port.
There is a promise of an onrly
downpour much needed for the
CMorer Chapman wants a number
of first clans waiters during the last
week of the month.
The Christens tree entertainment
of St. Andrew's Cathedral will bo
given on the 23th instant.
An ontertainmont will be given at
Liwtana Hall on Saturday night for
the benefit of Portuguese lepers.
Tho annual mooting of Central
Union Church for trm elRctiou of
officers will take place at 8:15 this
At the minmel entertainment
Vauderveur aud Marshall will givo
a sketch on Marriage and Its vicissitudes.
Harry Wilder's aud Al Monro's
baseball teams are practising hard
for New Year's Day's match in aid
James Wallace, a well-known and
very popular driver in the Honolulu
Fire Department, died this morning
The Criterion Barber Shop is establishing
a record for tho t
uess of tho work performed by tho
All interested in coffee lands
should read tho offer of tho Trustee'
of tho Bishop Estate to lease
for 21 vnars. lands in the Kona district,
Kailikoa, the man charged with
stealing a considerable sum of
money on board the steamer Moko-Hi,
was found guilty by a Hawaiian
jury. Sentonco was deferred. The
jury stood 9 to 3.
Maulani, a native boy, aged 18,
fell into the hold of the S. S. Kinau
a distance of 15 feet, yesterday, and
was dangerously injured. He is at
tho Quoeu'a Hospital and hopes are
entertained of uis recovery.
At the Hawaiian Historical Society
last evening, Hon. Percy Smith
delivered a most interesting lecture
on Polynesian History, lie was of
opinion (hat the Pnlvnesians
fiotn Ooutinl ludia and not
t from Arabia.
The Australia sails at -1 o'olock
this afternoon. Among her passengers
are; Miss M G. Beokwith, Dr.
B. D. Bond, Miss 0. S. Bond, Miss
H. Hind, Rev. II. Judd and wife, E.
V. Everett, B. R. !$., Paul Bribosa,
Mis H, Hendrick, B T. McGullooh,
M. J. Polmero, t, 0. Sayers.
Haudbdll plajeru are welcome at
thoY'M. 0. A. these days lhe
ooutefts are in progross. Play is
called nt '1 p. m, and usually oon
tinues for two hours. The opening
gam', played yosterday, wa betweeu
Dr. B F Burgoo and Kilby, Dr.
Burgess won. Secretary Coleman
and Al Mooro will ploy to-day.
Homo-Coming of tho Bishop.
His Lordship tho Bishop of
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expected bark to morrow by the
steamship Manpoa. Aa tho Ao- i -
rangi will be lato in arriving here,
u,,. ntai.n,, n,u. tn
e()m(j M B,J0V(J ju ofdur ,0 ,, ,,
before Christmas. When he arrives,
it will be a coincidence, for he left
Iiib dioceso on April 10th aud
roturus by the satuo vessol on tho
10th of the present month, making
a tour abroad of just eight months
to a day. Tho members of his
are arranging to give him and
Mrs. Willis a wolcomo home.
During tho late Lambeth Conference,
Samoa and other islands havo
been included in tho jurisdiction of
For Oharity'o Uake.
The following ishe program for
tho entertain mout to be given at tho
Opera House on Saturday evening
for tho benefit of that noble and
Christian association, tho Strangers'
Friend Society. Tickets for sale at
Wall-Nichols Co. Box plan will be
open to morrow noon.
Sixtoen Youug Ladies.
Adaptation Tho Stand-Bv
Piano Solo Concert Valse (by
Mr. Calvin Lamport.
Reading Musiu on the Rappahannock
C. 0. Somorville
Vocal Solo 'Twas April.. .E. Nevin
Violin Solo Elegie Ernst
Mr. J. W. Yarndley.
Tableaux (a) Niobe Group.
(b) Death of Virginia.
(c) Dance of tho Nunos.
Court Camoes, No. 8110, A. O. F.,
elected the following ofiicers for the
ensuing term last evening: J. P. C.
R., M A. Gonsalvesj C. R., H. H.
Williams; S. C. R., J. Friasj Treasurer,
1' Wood, P. C. R.; F. S , J. P.
Dias; R, S., A H. R. Vierra, P C. R.j
S. W , A. F. Souza; J. W., M. A.
Poixoto; S. B., M. Costa; J. B., T.
P. Melim; Physician, L. F. Alvarez,
Tho Station House.
Tho following bids for tho addition
to tho new Station House have
boon filed with tho Minister of tho
E. B. Thomas S-1.536
Fred. Hnrrisou 1.975
C. H. Patzig 5 800
Arthur Harrison 5,919
- F. H Red ward 0,119
Wm. Wagner 7,125
Lucas Brothers 7,217
The Criterion Barber Shop, recently
re opont d, lays claim to everything
that goes to make a well
appointed aud up to date shop. The
artists are men of long experience"
and study each and every customer
minutely and succoss is their reward
in all cases,
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An ingoneous mechanical devico
just invented pastes paper labels on
100,000 cans iu ten hours, Down a
chute rolls a ceaseless procession of
cans, and oaou can picks up a labol
as it parses.
A NUM1JEK OF FIRST UhAHH
ers during the Inst wook of this
month. AtidIv to
W. II CHAPMAN.
COFFEE LUND TO bE LEASED.
rpHU TRUSTEES OF THE UIHHOP
J. Estate oiler for lnnse for HI years, do
sirahlo Jots of land suitablo for roileo
mowing, in tlm Ahupuaa of Keel, Kona,
Hawaii, at n rontul varying I'Oiu $lto ?5
per note. Tho lots havo been laid out by
V A. Wall, Surveyor, and vury In size
from iivo aoros to nl acres. Application
for iuf ruiatl'iu liny bo uiado to
A. U Lovokln, Chief Clerk nt the
Oillco HdjoliiliiK Bishop's Ilnnkj or to J.
I) Paris, Napoopoo, Kona, Anont for the
aiishop Estate for tho District of Kona:
who will show all applicants the mans of
the lots that Indicate the location and slzo
of samo snu the form of lease. Tholui03
will bo sold at publio u thm to tho ono
(i ll'u ing'hu highest bonus for (ho 1o,sh.
F'irthor notice will bo given as to ditto of
Honolulu, Doo, 15, 1807, 765-lm
Paving Piiltoi street is certainly a
great publio iuiprovetuutit just nt
'present. The pedestrians fiud tho
Rlnuit. crnRilni'i rather nrimitivc. but
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very mue uumpiaiiii is ueurii. xuu
pie appreciate that street paving is
a good thing, Tho torn-up condition
of tho streets, however, has not
prevented O. J. McCarthy from delivering
tho celebrated Rainier Beer
regularly. The consumption of
Rainier Bottled Beer for family use
is growing larger every day. Phone
The street car struck the rear
wheel of tho bicycle, Tho bicyclist
described a parabola and fell upon
a pile of brick. Tho bicyclist raised
on ono elbow, roached back an arm
toward a rear pocket of the knickerbockers,
and collapsed, iuBousible.
A sorgeaut of police felt in pocket
and drew out' a silver cocktail flask
labelled, "J. J. Jones, -100 Boaton
"Go to 400 Bonton avenue," said
the sergeant to a police officer, "and
tell Mrs. Jonos that Mr. Jones
Tho sergeant paused and drew a
hand mirror from the other roar
pocket of tho knickerbockers.
" Toll Mr. Jones that Mrs. Jones
Tho druggist who was assisting
tickled the bicyclist's lip with a
feather he was trying to burn uuder
tho nostrils. Tho bicyclist smiled
and murmured: "Charlie!"
"Tell Mr. and Mrs. Jones that
Miss Jones has mot with an accident."
Holeu was about six years old,
aud ono day, just as her father was
leaving to go into t6wn, she said to
him: "Papa, don't you think it would
be nice for a little girl if her papa
wero to think when ho was in town
'I believo I will take something
pretty home to my little girl?"' It
is needless to say that papa brought
home something that very day.
IN VHE CIROUT.T COURT OF THE
THE MATTER OF THE BANK-
ruiiioy of Jumuh Ascn ol Honolnlu.
Creditors of tlio haul )anl;rui,t nro hereby
notified to come in and prove their dobts
bofnro tho Circuit Court of the First
ireult in, Honolulu, on THURSDAY, the
l'ith day of December, ISO", bctweon the
hours ol 10 o'clonk in the forenoon imil
of tho said day, and elect an Assignee
umiec of the said liankrnnt's Estate.
ily tho Court:
P. D. KELLETr. JR..
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the First
Circuit. "GO Gt
FOR SAN KIIANOISCO.
t'HK A.I 8TEAM8HIV
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOB THK ADOVK FOnT ON
Wednesday. Deo. 15th.(
AT 1 O'OLOOK p. M.
lhe undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this City to all
polntu in the United States.
OH?- For further particulars regarding
Freight or Pno3nge, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
Plumber and Gas-fitter
Orders promptly attended to and work
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
Tho Quest assortment of
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC,
Suitable for Holiday Presents.
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
Oull and be Batiefiled,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF KORTE AfiBRICA.
Of Philadelphia. I'u.
Oldotit Kiro Inourance Company
Losscf, paid since organization over
Insurance effected on Buildings,
gjfSf For lowest rates apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO, LTD.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Xmpreired Planters Ho
Solid Cast Steel Eye and Blado Forged Entire.
CYCLONE WIND MILLS, PUMPS, ETC.,
HOWE'S PLATFORM AND CODNTEK SCALES,
NORTON'S BALL BEARING JACK SCREWS,
PLOWS IN LARGE VARIETY,
VISES, PIPE CDTTEUS AND WRENCHES,
The Standard of Merit.
Universal Stoves and Ranges
PAINT, WALL & WHITEWASH
A Large Assortment of General Hardware.
'. W. BLONDS CO 'S
Monday, Dec. 6, 1897.
Wo will have on exhibition an
pant assortment iu our line, comprising
Company's Sterling Silverware,
Merirtan aud DorflinRor's Out Glass,
Genuine Bohemian Glassware, Royal
Worcester, Crown Derby, Dresden,
Danish Terra Cotta, Austrian, Gor-
man aud Frenoh Art Pottery Special
ties, Wedgowood, Japaneye
tious of various celebrated Potter
other goods in demand at this season.
Everything is marked in plain
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All of our goods havo not yet ar-
rived, but in a few days they will fill
up the sp;nv left for them.
We will keep open evenings ujitll
Christmas, commencing Saturday,
December 18th, Our reputation for
courtesy insures you a pleasant time
if you have an 113 for tho beautiful.
W. W. D1M0KD & CO,
Von ITnli Rlnnk
Gash Capital, $8,000,000
In th" United Statep.
Goods, Ships, and Merchandise
BRUSHES, CALIFORNIA LAWN
If you wish to get your
groceries froth and cheap,
givo U8 a trial and we will endeavor
to show you what wo
can do in this line. Now that
Christinas is drawing near
it will pay you to call and inspect
our stock, "Wo suggest
the following which will help
to make a Christmas dinner
Fresh cranberries, and apples,
'cranberry sauce in boi
ties and tins, guava jelly,
olives, fresh applo cider, fresh
lemoiin, hams, asparagus,
corn, California and French
petiR, boiled cider for making
mince pies, lemon, orange,
citron and mixed peal, apices,
mince meat, Morton's and
Atmoro's plum pudding, bottled
pio fruits, nuts andraisins,
Morion's candies, etc., etc.
J. T. Waierhouse.
I QURF.N RTRRTCT.