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Having placed nn the mrkrt this
magnificent tract nr land, divided low
,a number of large house tola we most
..corJlallr nil the attention of lioma
' "Thle trct Is bounded by Uaklkl street,
Wilder Avenue and 1'uniilinii street, at
an elevation of aliout 75 feet, gently
sloping towards tlio sea. A fine pano
rama view can lie liail from tlio upper
Tbrao lota are offered at a very rea
sonable (Inure. Hy calling at our office
we.ahttl be pleased lo give further In
formation In regard to price and terms.
dMWCE WAKING & CO.,
S03 Fort Btrest, near King Btreet.
JVnclinrjro for mulling l)ecl,
Wells Peterson is sick.
Dr. Raymond has returned to
Dr. Moore of Hilo left for Lahaina
by the W. G. Hall this morning.
Deputy-Marshal H. R. Hitch
cock left this morning for Molokai.
C. Bolte left for Maul by the
Claudine Tuesday afternoon. He
will return Sunday.
From I Bell. Krenee.
There's no necessity for Honolulu
ladles being behind in the fashion,
as L. B. Kerr has just opened up a
lovely assortment of Parisian dress
goods which he is selling at very
moderate prices. Call and be con
vinced. It will repay you.
Ckora.1 Hoel.tj rrofrou.
"The Choral Society -had -an .ex
cellent practice in the Y. M. C. A.
hall Tuesday evening. Twenty
members were present. New music
was rehearsed. The singing of
Miss Grace Richards was superb.
Under the leadership of Walter
Dillingham the Choral Society is
rapidly gaining ground, and will
become a fixed musical organiza
tion of rare ability.
Booking For China.
The Coptic tomorrow will lake a large
number of Chinese from Ibis port
Blxty-two have taken out return per
mit, which is an unusually large num
ber. Borne are already booking for the
Peking December 28th. There is a ruh
home for Chinese New Year celebration
the last of January. There will also be
. a clearing out of six months men in De-
You can put up the
fruits, unoooked, by using Antiferinen
tlne, and in six months they will be as
natural in appearance auu tasiu ao wucu
Examinations of Sergeants and
Corporals of Companies G and II
fcave been held. In G war
rants have been issued to the
' following: Sergeants S. I,. Ke
keumano, G. Rose, S. Mahaulu, N.
K. Nakuina and J. N. K. Keola.
.Corporals J. Morse, F. Beckley,
E. . Boyd, D. Kekaulike. J. K.
Hennessey. In Company H, the
following: Sergeants C H.
Clarke, R. J. Rowe,-S. D. Adams
and J. Vivtchaves. Corporals C.
F. Murray, W. P. Jarrett, J. M.
Ferreira, J. Machado and M. Par
menter. M Illnio Hop.
There will be an informal dance
at Independence Park .this evening
by members of the Lei Uima Club,
and for which the Kawaihao Quint
ette Club has been engaged to fur
nish music. Members are request
ed to attend and invite their friends
verbally, as no cards have been is
sued. Bunions are troublesome. Bo are
corns. Bedding's Russia SaWe cures
both. 29 cents. Boixisteb Dituo Con
A Find of Opium Oa Board an Island
Twenty tins of opium, in two ten-tins
package tied together, were found in
the storeroom of the Claudine by Cus
toms Officer Thurston late Tuesday af
ternoon. The double package was thrown
in with a number of parcels about the
same size. Purser Killing- had given no
recelot lor the Dockage.
dome ona In
formed on the contraband stuff to OBI
cer Thurston, and It was easily found,
The opium was wrapped in a Ban
, Francisco itVporf dated April 25, It
mar therefore nave been through
rrelgbt from Han francisco. It was
marked "wharf delivery" and was
addressed to "Bobert JCojlUli, Kabului,
A Qood Appatlte
Always aocompanlss good health, and any
absence of appetite is an Indication of some
thing wrong. The universal testimony given
br those Who have used Hond'e fUraanarllU.
as to its merits la restoring the appetite, anil
as a purifier of the blood, constitutes the
rseommsniisiion mat can lie urged
T ? K f. mrm Utot We. bllllottsness
f.i-,.,, nHiip auan, wca nssrtaena sou.
C. D. CHASE,
Hfo llrpoall Kullilltiff,
406 I'okt St. Tclci1)one 184
VW IIMTAIIK UN l.lttlllA HTItMCT,
uFiinikhkii iMirrAiiR, hini'tkw
V walk freral'nstlinire, lronms,fA.
laea, llrnrral Aurnl llnelnnatll
lawk Co., srlls safrs from tlia fur
reel. (War IhU In mind when jml
IMITTAIIR AT U'AIUIItt
lJUIINIHIINI tXlTTAOK CIS NUUAMJ
m- rirteu fit nr lititnih,
.lUKMfllKII IIOIWK, WITH NTARI.K
" on slope of I'gorMiowl Hill.
OTTAOR OH TJIK rt.AlNH.
'KVKUAh KimSlHMKtt AND UNKUIU
J ftlthed I1oum,
TIOUKK. KNTHAMA UOATKI, l'AH
II lor.illnlnir rrxiin, kllrKen ami A ImnI
rm. Price ". lliUi mill t u.a.f.rM
tiu.rf wg per reitt
u At'ltKH KAI.MI! VALI.KV.hUITABUK
Itr for iiaptiiraira attil tan. tltniv vs. ilrr
frfce f Term wmr.
IfOLVK ANIJ Un ON H)llf HrUKKT,
1 1 iom. location. t'niirrtjr cannot help
but Inci-raje in value. Price $.(.
Accident Policies In tl, rrrfrrrM In-
uraiicauoniiMUiyni jstw mt-K.u. u.iiism
General Agent llanalian IdlAnila, are Juat
as awl an Inreitinenl a Heal Katate.
ltettrr try ne.
T rouse and urr os imiospkot
ii aireei. jluaaarroniaKaor 100 reel.
Wnter on premUea. I'rlce lluil.
BUIMMNO U)T COHNKIl I'KSSACdl.A
anitklmiualrrelt. lit VO I S.VI. Will
cat up to good Adrantatfo. Houae anil Htatle
on prtmiaca. tltxnl water supply.
HOUBK AND U)T ON MArlAZINK
atreet, llnuaenear. Ixt ft X OocmI
w ater supply. I'rleo f AIK).
Pearl City Lots.
ana terms on a
I will Hire lou nrlees
any lot In IWrl City or tlio
"ITlOUH IlUII.IHNO Um, COKNEIW
X (Ireen, HackftM and Hpenccr streets,
near residence of Mr. llackfeld. Iiots graded
and fenced, plenty soli and water. View Is
magnificent and cannot be cut off, Ttieso lota
are unquestionably tlia most desirable build
ing lota in Honolulu.
I A HOE llUII.DINfl LOT ON PIIKOI
J street, oppoplti- Lunalllo Home. Front
age of IM feet on I'lllol slreet. l'rli IJ.IU).
Terms, balf cash, balance on inortgnge.
rpVOHufMIN(l lioTH ON I.UNaTiU)
X street, graded and fenceil. Tliese lots
are between Alapat and Knplnlanl strceta.
Plenty soli, good nnter supplr.
Severs! other Deslrabts Pieces of Property
FaratlUe For the Small Fanner, lint
Uoads are Needed.
Land Agent James II. lloyd visited
Kula while on Maui, lie said this
morning: "I looked all through Kula,
Homesteads In the corn belt were all
under cultivation. Corn and potatoes
are the principal crops. The native and
Portuguese homestenders have neat
cottogea, wiro fences and stono walls
enclosing their lots. Kverythine about
this sectiou shows prosperity and con
tentment. "Lower Kula is devoted to hog rais
ing. All the land is apparently good
for pasturage. Most of the island nogs
brought to the Honolulu market cojue
from lower Kula. All homesteaders on
these lands have also complied" with
"Koad in Kula are in a frightful
condition. The country is rough and I
am aware that it wilt cost considerable
to build good roads; hut with these
roads one of the richest sections of the
islands would be opened up. 1 think
the- Government should, as soon as
possible, take drastic steos toward as
sisting these homesteader to reach Ka-
nuiui and Aiaaioea witn meir produce.
Duck Suits at Chlar's.
B. F. Ehlers & Co. have received
a new line of duck suits for ladies.
The garments are perfect in every
respect and are made in fashionable
designs. Call and sec them.
Rev. Harcourt W. Peck ot the First
Methodist-Episcopal Church will preach
a thanksgiving sermon tomorrow at 11
a. m. in the hall over corner Hotel and
Fort, from the text II Samuel X:12.
"Be of good coinage, and let us play the
men fur our people, and the cities of onr
God: and the Lord do that which seem
etb him good,"
WANTS TO DIE.
The Chinese Killer Says that He Ought
Not to Live,
Wong Lok, tlio Chinese murderer,
was taken toOahu prisonTuesday after
noon, He slept little during the night,
but tossed back add forth as if In great
mental torture. A guard stayed with
This morning the murderer reiterated
bis determination to kill himself. He
said: "I want to die. My life Is ruined.
I killed the boy Ah York for five cents,
and I ought not to live. I will not live
in prison or anywhere else, but will kill
myself the first chance I get."
A reporter that the murderer threw
himself from a corridor this morning is
not wholly true. He did jump from
the Kwa corridor of the prison nearly
two weeks ago and came neur breaking
his neck Mince he arrived back at the
prison, however, an officer's hand is
never off of him. The prisoner will be
put to work as soon as his nervousness
If you want to buy. Bell or exchange
stamps, go to John T. Brown, Arlington
Block, Hotel street. Note change of
The Historical Society.
The Hawaiian. Historical Society
will meet on Friday evening at
7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. hall, Room
No. 3. As this is the annual meet
ing a full attendance of the mem
bers is desired. The meeting is
open to the public also. After the
transactions of the usual routine
business is completed, a paper by
Miss Tenira Henry will be read. Mr.
M. M. Gower will present a paper.
The Board of Managers will meet
at Prof. Alexander's otnee at 2
m. on Friday.
Highest Honors World' Fair,
dold Medal-Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFpCT MADE.
A pure Grspe Oeim of Tartsr Powder. Fre
from Ammonij, Alum or ny other sdulterant.
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clubs and the homes, ur, price a uresis
gtkag nwaer noias its supremacy.
40 Yaars Uk SUadard.
lEttMCD, KEITE, HOMQLULU, H,J,
Uo HTAK (omotfiw.
i.tl Iiimii will tutice Hiift creti
I Nolle to Mounted Henefve In
Tlio Rroctr will close at 10 to
Tenders lor aupjilles for Calm
I'tuoti are wmiteti.
Cuter' citvalry will hive drill at
Malklkl this evening.
Mid week services In nearly all
01 the churches this evening.
There will lie heavy flying
tlllcry in the parade tomorrow.
All Government offices In the
Islands will he closed tomorrow.
Members of Company D will as
semble at 7:45 tomorrow morning
The leading stores will be closed
alter 10 o clock tomorrow morning.
A Japanese was arrested this
afternoon for thrashing his wahiuc.
The band will irive a concert at
the Hotel at 7:30 tomorrow evening.
The Kawaiaboa Seminary en
tertainment will take place Friday
The Anglican Synod commenced
its session this morning, the Bishop
The verandas of the Executive
building will be open to the public
The band will give a moonlight
concert at Makee Island at 7:30
The Hawaiian Hotel will give a
special thanksgiving dinner tomor
Miss I'heuic King lias moved to
the office of Henry Watcrhouse on
Keawe and Kuilohe were arrest
cd last uicht for selling liquor
The Cowan embezzlement case
was postponed to Nov. 30 by Judge
l'erry this morning.
There will be special music atthf
services at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Elite Ice Cream Parlors
extra minrc pies forTlianksgiving;
send orders m early.
The Coptic will return about t so
Japanese, whose contracts have ex-1
pired, to their homes.
A Portuguese boy spent a part of
last night in the police station for
running away from school.
Company H will meet at 7:.lo
this Wednesday evening for drill,
All members must attend.
Hcalaui dance tonight; no invi
tations; members are expected to
be present with their lriends.
There will be a thanksnivine ser
vice in St. Andrew's Cathedral at
1 1 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The Y. M. C. A. orchestra will
meet for rehearsal Thursday- even
ing in the large hall at 730 o'clock.
Kaea, the boy who assaulted the
Spaniard Manice a few days ago,
was apprehended by the police last
A. L. Patterson the well known
machinist is to be Frank Lynn's
partner in the- International Iron
Rev. H. W. Peck will preach a
Thanksgiving sermon for the Me
thodist congregation at 11 a. m.
Company "B" expects to turn
out four platoons tomorrow. A
notice to the company appears in
Thanksgiving service at Central
Union church at 11 a. m. tomor
row. Mr. Birnie's theme: "Christ
Giistaf Scran, the sailor hurt
yesterday, is better today. He is
conscious and will probably con
tinue to improve.
Albert Lucas waived examina
tion in the District Court Tuesday
afternoon and was committed to the
Circuit Court for trial.
Excursion rates will be charged
on the Walanae train tomorrow.
Train leaves at 9:15 a. in. and re
turns at 3:15 in time for dinner.
On Friday moruiug at 10 o'clock
W. S. Luce will hold a sale of
palms and ferns. The Crst Christ
mas sale will be held the evening of
The tax appeal court met in the
police court room at 2 p. m. Tues
day. Several minor cases were
disposed of. Adjournment was
taken to 2 p, m. Friday,
Chinese rrlsoners Oat Information and
The twenty-sis Chinese prisoners sent
to the reef for failure to sign contracts
hate signed, have been pardoned by the
President and will be shipped this after,
noon to Pahala plantation in Kau,
Bince the conllnement of these men
several meetings of sympathetic Chinese
friends nave oeen nem. me latter
concluded that the prisoners misunder
stood the situation and undertook to
explain it to them. The result was that
they reaauy consented to sign and an
Agent to take acknowledgements was
sent for. The President being apprised
of this promptly pardoned all of
It mar re said in this connection that
from first to last no stress has been
brought to bear on these men to compel
them to sign. Mr. Ulrvin was, in the
first place, sent to the station by the
Government to see that no coercion was
used. The result was entirely satis
factory, except that these twenty-six
men refused to sign. As the matter
stands It is arranged to the entire satis
faction or all parties concerned.
Benson. Smith & Co.. the druggists.
will tell you tliut no one Is better Quali
fied to judge of the merita of an article
than the dealer, because he base his
opinion on the experience of all who use
It. r or tuts resson tuev wisn us to dud
llsh the remarks of other dealers about
an article which be handles. Messrs,
0. F. Moore & Co., Newberg, Ore., say:
we sell more or iiiaiuueriain a tjougu
Kemedy than all others put together,
and it always gives good satisfaction."
V I. , II -- 1 "1 . . I .
Air, J. r. Alien, rui, urv aaai -s po
llers Chamberlain's Cough Hemedyto
be the best I have bandied." Mr, W,
II. Hitchcock. Columbus. Wash., saysi
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sells
well and is highly prized by all who use
it." For sale by all dealers. Hinsok,
DM1TU Ob vv, usuwsi jsgouho, as, a,
Hifi HAWAIIAN UTAH, VMNi;s)AV
Till: ANNUAL I'AllAllil
Mill tllllM IKII MltllMI Itllt IMF.
MAUI II AMI III 1 1KIt.
Fllre lltllU-lll Assemble I arl, and
Mess I'roMpliy-I.Ue el Marsh
Company li had a linluts
meeting and short drill fast evening.
II Company hid an extra drill
Ul evening In view of the parade
tomorrow. A large turnout.
Colonel McLean, Major Potter,
Major Jones, Sergt-Major Kennedy
and other army men attended the
Flower Mission entertainment at In
dependence Park last evening.
Companies must assent lile at the
Armory at 8 o'clock tomorrow
morning. The regiment will move
at 8:30 sharp. Regimental officers
will be mounted. There wilt
be no roll-call of the com
panies. A company of police and
the band will head the line. Cook's
patrol will also be out. Men will j
wear blue caps and blouses, white
trousers and leggings and white
II company and a couple of
others are objecting to the possibil
ity ot leaving their own ranks lor
larade purposes. II lias passed a
resolution on the subject.
The column will move promptly
nt 8:30, the line of march will pass
through the Executive grounds to
King street, to Alakta, lo Itmma,
to School, to Fort, to Hotel, to
Richards, to Beretania, to Alapai, to
Kinj;, to Exccutivc;;rounds, where
the Regiment will pass in review
before the Commander-in-Chief,
thence to the parade grounds where
It will be dismissed.
There will be n surprising num
ber of men in line and the show will
e a good one.
Tom Walker, Itlekard end Five of the
At 2:30 this alteruoon, after the
third session of the Councils on the
subject, the following pardons by
parole were announced, to be read
tomorrow: W. II. Uickartl, T. II.
Walker, Abclabauia, Thomas Po
ole, Daniel Damien, Palau and
Ilesides those mentioned yester
day the following will not be par
doned: C. T. Gulick, John F.
I'owler, Major Seward and llipika
It is understood that the names
of Wilcox, rung in this morning,
and Howler were the stumbling
blocks in the deliberations of the
Curtis P. laukea and Capt. J.W.
Pratt arc made major and captain
respectively on the President's staff.
Captain Pratt lately left the adju
tant's office for a better position.
His successor will most likely be
Geo. G. Broome, an experienced
young man soon to arrive from the
btatcs. Mr. Broome practically
gives his service and comes highly
1'ure Mineral Water,
The Hobron Drug Company re
port a good sale of Coronado Min
eral water. This water is pure and
is recommended by prominent
physicians. It can be had by the
bottle or case.
.A Departing Ulplosnat.
Mr. S. Shimizu, cx-ronsul for
Japan at Honolulu, will leave by
the Coptic tomorrow for Tokyo.
He has not retired from diplomatic
work and anticipates an appoint
ment by his Government to another
field. Mr. Shimizu states that he
has made friends in Honolulu for
whom he will continuously cherish
the warmest aloha; and he hopes it
may be his privilege to meet them
Olil How Kxiiulslte.
That's what all the ladies say
when they see those chic dress
goods that L. B. Kerr has just re
ceived from Paris. For fall and
winter wear they ore the correct
thing. Moderate price.
T. II. I, Concert.
Tickets are out for the concert of
the Young Hawaiians Institute to
be given at the Y. M. C. A. hall
Saturday evening. Admission 50
cents. Concert at 8 o'clock. String
and vocal music are on the program.
Some new Hawaiian airs by local
composers will be presented for the
Nissan lllds In tlio Vessel Hon
The bark Don Adolfo and all her be
longings were sold at publlo auction in
front of the police station at noon., She
was bought by Captain Hissen, formerly
of the Mary Winkelman, for the sum of
1,000. Tbero were several bidders,
he Walker bova ran her un to 800 and
there dropped out. Captain Nlssen has
not decided what to do witli his vessel,
but will most likely lit her out for sea
again. She will require extensive re
pairs ana new sans.
Adjadged an Invalid,
Seran, the sailor who fell from
the rigging of the Colomo Tues
day, will not, if he recovers, return
to marine work. He will be sent
home to the United States from
here as an iuvalid, it having been
established that be Is subject to
The millinery department of N.
S. Sachs has been crowded the last
few days, the attraction -was the
new hats and bonnets which were
just opened, and to see them Is as
good as a feast They will be ex
hibited today and balance of this
week. Silver souvenirs will also
be given away In that department.
Soro Throat. Auy ordinary case may
be cured in one night by applying
Chamberlain's Fain Balm as directed
with each bottle. This medicine Is also
famous for its cures of rheumatism,
lame back and deep seated and muscular
pains, ror saie oy an ueaisrs, uehsoh,
BHrru a u., uenerai Agents, u. 1.
"There is more nonsense written or out
iiodels and the art of posing than anyone
can imagine," said an oris! of reputation
recently, ''The fact Is nuture has to make
the model, and the artist does the rest If
the model is strong and able to stand In
sertaln positions louger than others, she
pas lust mat more value. It is per beauty,
her iooks and her flgurothst make her de
slrahlo as a model, and the question of he
King is one that practice can settle. The
t ones get M cents an hour, but they d
not pose mora man nve or six nonrs aauy.
There Is not much poetry In the modal
uetUon,"-.-tfsw York Commercial AsV
Illffcttt e-f all in Uiteninf I'o.rr lttil J, & UoVt Kepoit
WAS A S0CII,T l. l.MNCi.
Htt MS IIP TIIK HttMI'ITAI. IIOWKIl
MlanlllN -.NTi:ilTAIMtl .NT
Ing-Tlie Various ltootlis-1lme
In C harge.
Too much could not lie said In
pral.se of the entertainment of the
Hospital Flower Mission at Inde
pendence Park Tuesday evening,
Mrs. Swanzy and her corps of as
sistants deserve great credit for the
success achieved, as well as the
thanks of a large number of people
lor a most enjoyable evening. From
a financial standpoint the entertain
ment was a success; it was one of
the leading society events of the
season. The entertainment was 011
a much largcrscatc thin most of the
visitors had anticipated.
The pavilion, the scene of so
many pleasant social events, was
handsomely decorated. Flags and
bunting formed a beautiful Ceiling
overhead. Every ixirt of the main
hall, except tlic center, was deco
rated with flowinir vines, ferns and
palms. Strings of Japanese lanterns
added a genial splendor to the elec
tric illumination and intensified the
varl-colors of the booths and deco
rations. This effect was further
aided by small colored incaudes
cents, some retl, some pink, some
blue anil other colors, suspended in
the booths and amid the verdant
The first booth to bo noticed was
on the right of the entrance. Here
candy was sold. Mrs. Dr. Day,
Miss McGrew and Miss Lewers
presided over this department.
They did a "holiday business" with
the little folks all the evemnc.
Mrs. W. P. lloyd. embowered in a
jungle of palms and wreaths of
terns, solicited purciiasersforcmars.
cigarettes and dance badges.
Next was the Hower booth, hand
somely dressed, beautifully illum
inated, one of the prettiest of the
lot. l'lowers 01 all kinds and in all
imaginable shapes at nil prices were
there to be Had. Mrs. F, w. Mac
tarlane, Mrs. Kcnjcs, Miss Walker
and Miss Blanche Cornwcll sold the
flowers and collected every
Miss K. Ward was away over in
one corner by herself. She had
cigarettes and dance badges, mak
ing a specialty of the latter. On
the tnakai side corner, first the
fancy tables. Many people visited
that booth during the evening.
The articles displayed were very
beautiful and well, worth the
prices. Mesdames Von Holt, F.
W. Glade and Taye were fn cliarce
Ill the other end of the Hall were
the cake table and the lemonade
stand. The former was presided
over by Mrs. Fuller and Miss Elleu
Hartwell, and the latter by Miss
Mclntyre and Miss Afong. Ice
cream was served in an adjoining
Prof. Berger's orchestra was in
attendance and furnished music.
It was given free of charce by
courtesy of Minister Cooper. At 8
o'clock the orchestra began the en
tertainment with a musical selec
tion. Next was the stereopticon exhi
bition by Mr. Hedemanu aud Dr.
Pratt. Mr. Swauzy interpreted the
scenes. Japanese views, eighty 111
number, were projected upon the
screen. This over, the hall was
cleared and .dancing began. The
entertainment closed about 11
The Healani's will have a good
time tonight. There will be music
and dancing, refreshments and
boating. If it is not cloudy the
moon will be out and boating will
be fine. Members of the Club and
their friends will be in attendance.
Captain Charles Herrick of the
Club has done much toward ar
ranging the program, which is in
itself a guarantee of what is to
Special thankgiving services of
the Second Congregation will be
held in St. Andrew's Cathedral at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning. Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh will officiate. A
special offering for the propagation
of the gospel will be taken.
Tons or New Goods.
Chock-a-block is the word. L.
B. Kerr has received from Europe
the latest styles in serges, tweeds,
English tennis flannels, French
dress goods, linens, etc. Best of
cpjality with low prices.
Olven Special Tdasle.
The baud played on the grounds
of the Executiue building this
morning. During the concert M.
Vizzavona, French consul,' and
Bishop Gulstan eutered the grounds
on their way to call on President
Dole. As they passed the baud
played the Marseillaise as a special
compliment to the visitors. The
visitors lifted their hats in acknowl
GRAND AUCTION SALE
Palms and Ftrns,
And Other Potted Plants.
On Friday, November 29,
At 10 o'clock a. in.,
At my salesroom I shall offer for sale
the finest assortment of the above ever
displayed In the city,
They are from private greenhouses
and the leading nurseries and are well
worthy the Inspection of the public,
Ladles will find It advantageous to at
tend this sale.
W. S. LUCE.
NOVRMIIRK r l5J.
ItKADV IOU THE SI'HKAH.
Nl:tIIIM Hill, M.t licit I MOM THIS
1)1 I'll'l: AT lilt.
Transportation To the Tool lull (lame
Tho II 1 1 In Itrolhera and Partners-Candy.
rlic soldiers mid police and
onmlry-men and marines arc not to
have the parade and procession
business all to themselves tomor
row. Tun Star newsboys will do
some marching. The company
will form In front of the office at
about 1 43 p. m. and march by the
shortest possible route to Love's
bakery, on Nuuauu avenue. Here
they will attack the spread of tur
key, pig and other good things.
Tickets were given out today to
the paper sellers and to some of
their little brothers. A Pake about
as big as a cigarette box was the
first to mention a relative, and ap
proval of his request took in several
brothers aud partners.
aignor uanavarro was around
again this morning with a plan for
doing something for the boys and
una tune came tuto the movement
with flyine colors. Said he-
"You've forgotten all about
transportation. They don't want
to walk cltar out to the ball
grounds and back. Just get them
busses or car tickets and I'll foot
the bill." The boys will ride with
Jas. Steiner was certain Tint
Star hadn't ordered enough candy
from his factory and insisted on
giving double measure. Jim knows
what's what in this line and was
given his own way.
.Many pcoplo have cal cd almost
begging to assist, but This Star
lias had to decline their neucrous
offers. The paper has been much
praised for this enterprise and is
grateful for it but finds most pleas
ure in making a good time for a lot
of little chaps who are brushing
against the hard side of the world.
I hk SjTAk s much obliired to
the other city papers that have
kindly noticed the Newsboys'
ON Till! IIUIIIIIION.
A rino (lame of I'ootball on the Card
Rain or shine the football match
will take place at 3: ,0 o'clock to
morrow afternoon at the baseball
park. The band will play in the
grand stand. The captains of the
teams arc Louii Singer and Carl
Long. George R. Carter will act
as umpire J. Q. Wood as referee
and Frank Krugcr as timekeeper.
Teams will proceed to the grounds
in busses decorated with their re
spective colors. The teams will
line up as follows;
1ST TEAM. POSITION, 2.ND TEAM,
Hnencer center J. Lone
, Holt r.e . J. ral
I. Cockett 1. ir S. .Tnhiwm
V'", r.t....C. Long (capt.)
J. McOtiire I, I I). Kuptliea
A. Smithies r.l A. Lawrence
0. Holt l.o N. Armstrong
J. Thompson rj T. Itawllns
Oeo. Clarke r.h...C. Kalanlanaole
J. Conrad 1. h E. Ilansl
L. Singer (cpt.).f. b W. Soper
First team substitutes D. Knit unit
Soeond team suhstltutea CI. Wnnrl
and W. Vida.
These men have been practicing
hard aud the plav will be in dead
earnest. Admission to the game is
dui 25 cents ana besides the band
aud the gridiron work Tub Star
newsboys, quiet as mice, will be in
An Kscellent Tonic,
The physician was surprised to
find the head of the household at
the door with a shotgun.
vuy, what's the matter?"
stammered the doctor.
"That there Seattle beer you eive
my wife, she says is makin' her
feel like a new woman, and I want
you to understand that no new
woman business goes in this house.
Fust thing I know she'll be out
Seattle beer on draught at Criter
Go to the Women's Exchange. Ill
King street, for home mnde nol, cake,
broad, pies. etc. Also fine Hawaiian
and Portuguese work, curios, (lowers,
pictures and rancy articles.
I.l'CAS rLEAIlS GUILTY.
Ks-Water Works Clark Cooresses to
Three Heavy Charges.
Albert Lucas was arraigned before
Judge Magoon at l-M this afternoon on
three Indictments for embezilement.
The original count was for (1,600. Se
cond count was for embezzling (3734 SS
on uci, 10; intra count embezzling
(137.60 on July 10. The total shortage
would therefore be (7791.H9. To all of
the charges Mr. Lucas pleaded guilty.
Sentence was suspended until 10 a, m,
Japanese Opera House.
A Japanese opera houso and a dance
hall Is going up at the corner of Mer
chant and Iiichard streets opposite the
Pacifto Teunis Club's courts. It will
cover the entire vacant lot to the front
end or Jim tarty s stables. The build
ing will be two stories and made of
wood. It will belong to a lull,
nt I son rou 1.1 rK.
Punishment Slated Out Civil Cases
Pending In Coort.
The case ofjthe Republic vs. Vivas and
Telreira of the Stnllnella, libel 2nd de
gree, Is being heard by Judge Magoon
Joseph O, Henrique of Kona has en
tered suit against the estate of the lata
J. I). Paris for a parcel of land alleged
to have been leased from the said Paris
in IMS' ror a period or twenty years.
Ah Wong, the Chinaman arrested
some days ago for criminal assaulting a
native girl has sentenced by Judge
Usgoon this morning to be imprisoned
The assumpsit suit of the Hawaiian
flazette Comuaiir vs. Frank Oniirrov
was argued by respective counsel in the
District Court this morning and sub
A CHILI) ENJOYS
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and If the fsthet
or mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use; so that
It is the best family remedy known, and
every family should bare a bottle on
A U. AI.ONO TUB DOCKS
A I AII1 til hi. M utt lis 111)11 in III
UM I' M 1111 1'lMtHi.
, Departure el Ids Mall-vtlkal.ela and
I lelel-HM 1'r, Mall-Sot. of
! the front.
The tWmmi will salt this aflerrtMn
rer neng Kong.
The Oowro will fall due tetneirow
rem nan i raneiseo.
The W.tl IUII saflnl this morning
iur iaui anil Hawaii.
The Klnail will sail at 10 a. m.
for Maul and Hawaii.
The kllsuea Hon arrived thla morn
ing irsm jiaul and Hawaii.
The Mikahala will sail nt o'clock
nir tier leguiar sills on Kauai,
3 o'clock H. 8. Asloun from I'nrtlnn.l
entering tnu iiaibor. 11 as no late nows.
Thelwslahl will sail at A p. in, for
Lahaina. Kukulhaelo. llnnnlta.t. Ivnoa
The W. It. lliiiinrul u-lll .nil ..l. ....I
vlt-ek with freieht mill lin.ntiMra far
Tho James Msken will llti-tr o-n i
tlia boards for Ksnoa In sail Manila f.
The flour, ornln. ctn.. Imiimlil il.A
Warrlmoo islieimr latihltr rlMn-l fr.,,,,
tho Oceanic wharf.
The United Ktntr-a hnsn marine rpurrn
of about 10,000 trained men, avallablo
only in event ot war.
The Mionera Hill bo nlnnc Hntnlnv
on her way tu Vancouver, tukinir the
ncfti mini lor iiiu uuasi.
The CilV of Adelaide rlwiml In lull..)
tins morning for 1'ort Townsend and
will sail during the afternoon or mrlv
CfintAlii NiMon will e.mnr- ilm ii-tmn
or nifl ttwei, tlio IJon Adolfo, ami
retrUur her umltr Um tUMiiM ii-n.
Sho may go tiilutlie lumber trade.
Newell anl Foster, twn dPNirtor tvlm
were left hero bjr their rovCttvo vt-t.-eU,
hhivel for lIon Komk on the
hark Colomo. Thov were cUon Hip
preference of gettluj; away or going to
When the M. Lebanon, fruity tit iina
uwu uimuj uimikiblhi OI I lie I10U86 In
which fumigating is done wilt bo re
paired. It Iim Wen found that small
Holes DilU in t he rnor ami i-.n fl.n mhu
of ihtj room, which allow tho sulphur
For Maul, tier stinr Ctaiiilliio Vn oa
C llolte, U J lleniamin, It IjuIimoii,
Mrs Joseph, MrsJ H Paty, N Halstead,
Ned Dowsctt, J J Hair, V A Vettlesen,
I)r Kaymoml, Mr Howell, I, von Teini
eky, Mrs Kalianantil, Father Iloniface,
1-allier James and Mrs Ioscpn,
Fur Kauai tierstmr Wjilnlnfil K,
20 C Walters, Ap.lim and wife, antl 10
l or Maul and Hawaii, tier stnir W U
Hall. Nov 27 H It Hltcheni-k. Mr. U'n.
Oiling Hoon, Mrs Walamau, I)r W J
.Moore. Miss Mitchell. WlCMnasnm,,
John T Ilrown, Father Cclestlna, Father
ictor, i, onung, V Meinpckp, Miss ltoy,
Mirs IJolton, Miss Moore, Mrs Hoapy. Dr
Llmlley, Mr Dale. "
Wednesday, Nov 27
Slllir Kllaiioa Ilnu. Weir (,
S S Asloun, Murray, from Portland.
Wednesday, Nov 27
Ilk Colotna, Karen, for Hong Kong.
Shin Marie IlAckfeld. Wnltera. for
San I ranclsco.
IlkCitrof Ade a de. Williamson, for
Stnir W a Hall, Slmerson, for
Maui and Hawaii.
Slmr Mikahala, Haglund, for ports
Stnir Iwalani. Smvtti. for Tjtlininn.
Kukulhaelo and Honokna. 'm
Uenehai. Headquarters, Hepuulio
Hot.olulu, II. I., Nor. 1. 189.1.
GENERAL, ORDERS No. 37.
The followiuir iknointnienU on the
General Stall arejjreby published for
the information brTiie, National Cluard
Cuutis P. Iadkea, to be Major and
James W. Pbatt, to be Captain and
By order of the Continander-in-Cliief
(Signed) JNO. 11. SOPEIt,
Adjutant Oeneral, N. O. II.
Tenders will be received at the Attor-
ney-deneral'a ofllce till 12 o'clock
noon on MONDAY, December 2nd, 1803,
for furnishing the Oahu Prison for one
year beginning from Monday, Decem
ber 2nd, 1805. with the following sup
plies at such times and in such quanti
ties as may be required.
The Marshal or such other officer as
he may designate, will make the regula
tions, and all supplies will be subject to
his iuspection and approval.
The amounts set opposite certain items
In the Schedule are the approximate
requirements per month, but all the
supplies are to be furnished as required
by the Marshal.
The contractor will be required lo
furnish suitable bondfor the faithful
performance ot his contract.
All tenders must be distinctly marked
"Tenders for Supplies, Oahu Prison."
The Attorney-General does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid
HENRY E. COOPEH,
Attorney General, ad interim.
Attorney General's Ofllce,
November 27, 169.1. 823-t
tPol, per lb., 10,000 lbs, more or less
per month, '
Fresh Meat, per lb.
Hard Ilread, Medium, per lb., with
Bread, fresh 1 lb. loaves, per loaf.
Salmon, red, t to 7 bbls. per month,
Tea, per lb in boxes.
Coffee, per lb., Kona In bean.
Beans, ier lb., red.
Potatoes, per lb.
Onions, per lb., in crate.
Bice, No. 1, ier lb.
Bar Soap, Brown, per lb.
Sugar, No. 2, per lb.
Milk, per quart
Straw Hats, per doz.
Blue Dsnlm.t ozAmoskeag, per yard.
Brown Denim, V oz, Amoskeag, per
Canvas, No, 1, No. 1 Sail Duck, ner
Blankets, per pair.
Kerosene Oil, per case.
Galvanized Iron Buckets, r dozen,
is anq, is incnes.
Yard Brooms, rattan, ir dozen.
Shoes, brogans, per pair.
California Wheat Hay, large I ale, per
Oats, good white oats, per ton.
Bole Leather, per lb.
Wkju-t Utah, li.00 per year.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Tt l plHillit I'JI.
i rv.s-w Ail vurt Imoiiitiiiti..
Tho verandas of the Executive Build
ing will bo open to those who dosiro lo
witness tho review of thu National
Guard. Entrance to the grounds from
Hlchnrd Street or Falnre Walk. No
carriages will bo mlmittt'd, 8.'3-lt
Mounted Reserve, DliUton 2, C. G. H.
All mcthlicrs of the above Comtianv
are requested to reiwrt at the Station
House at 7:30 A. )!.. Thursday. Nov.
A. M. 1I110WN,
Marshal Itep. of Hawaii.
The stores of the undcrilcned will be
opened until 10 o'clock a. m. only on
Thanksgiving Day. Ono delivciy by
11. may cz uu.,
LEWIS & CO
ll. DAVIS & CO.,
H. E, MclNTYItE & BIIO.,
Attention Company A.
Armory A Co.. N.O.H.,
November 20, 189".
Every member of this com
mand Is hereby ordered to
appear at the Drill Shed and
report at 7:13 a. m., THURSDAY, Nov
Blue blouse, white trousers and legg
ings, while gloves.
EB .o excuse except sickness.
822 2t Captain Commanding.
Attention Co. B.
Armory Co. B, First
Regiment, N. G. H.
Pursuant to orders from
every member of this
Command Is hcrelir order.
ed to appear at the Drill Shed THURS-
at 7:4.1 o'clock White trousers ami
legKings and wbtto glovea.
r.47 rto excuse except ror sickness,
l. n iirrrr-pi.
E. O. WHITE.
Attention Co. D.
D First Regiment, N O. II.,
Honolulu. November 27, 1803.
All members of Co. D,
N. G II., are hereby ordered to
report at company quarters in
Drill Shed. THURSDAY MORN
ING, Nov.28, 1805, nt7:13 o'clock.
White trousers and leggings and v. hlte
vmr ro excuse except sickness.
W. C. WILDER. Jn..
Captain Commanding Company II. N, G,
II. B'.'iJ 11
Attention Company II.
All MEMBERS OF CO. II
N. O. II.. aro hereby called to
asscmuto at tne Linn biiea
this WEDNESDAY EVENING.
November 27. at 7:00 o'clock for
White trousers and leggings,
t3T No excuse except sickness.
T, U. MURRAY
tic Lodge K. of P. No. 2.
A Regular Convention of Mys
tio Lodge No. 2 will bo held tills
WEDNESDAY EVENING at
7:30 o'clock In their hall on King
Direst. work in mini itanir.
Oahu and Sojourning Brethren cordially
By order C. C.
K. A. MURPHY.
823-lt K. R. and 8.
AH members of tho Hea
lani Boat Club, their relatives
and others thoy may soo fit
to ask, aro cordially invited to
attend an informal danco at
tho boathouso this Wednesday
o veiling. io Avntten invita
Mary PoMc and Typewriter.
I I KAAHUMANU ST.
P. O. Box 830. Telr phone 84,1,
. Positively Prevented
"BRUSH'S REMEDY FOR SEASICKNESS,
Ofr..ntu0t l'orfootly IIr.o.
Benson, Smith A Go.
AGINTS rOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. ' "
Ibiflns-tnr absent? from the It't'ubllc
await, tilling jsek Kan will hare
ii under l'er of Allot ney of all
U WilneM ami affairs of the
win lw i
nt )lw Chan.
WIMI MOW CHAN,
l1teJ Honolulu, Nor. II. It VI. S31-M
The undersigned having been this day
npininletl Assignee of the Estate of Tin
Matitt-Nsl A tVmiiy, bankrupts, all
prisons are requested to Immediately
prove thelrrlaimsagalnstthe said bank-.
rupts and anr persons owing them
money are notified to make Immediate
psymcnt thereof to the undersigned.
D.ileil Honolulu. Nut 31, IM1, 821-1 w
LATB IMIflRTtTIOYS or .
Small Toques in Felts and Leghorns.
Wings. Birds and other fine Trimmings.
Corn Fed Turkeys,
Cane Coil Cranberries, Mlnco Meat,
Raisins and Curl aula. Candled Peels.
Spices and Herbs, Nuts, Plum Pudding,
iioneu imraeii, iioneter and niirimps,
llonrd Turkey, Corn, Peas, Asparagus,
luuie rruit ana a rrosti lot or wrackers.
Rimr un Tclenhono 680. We deliver
goods and collect at house.
VOELLER & CO.,
Extra Fine Mince Pies, Cranberry
and other Fruit Pies.
Cakes and Fancy Pastries of great
Delicious Ice Cream and Sherbets.
Sond Your Ordors Early.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors
For ycarB wo have mnde a Specialty
of pies for Thanksgiving Day. This
year will bo no exception. Leave your
orders for fresh
'rom the H. A. A. C. will
game of Football at
MAKIKI BASEBALL GROUNDS
'At 8 SO o'clock p. m., on
Lookout for a hot contest.
Admission tu all parts of the
LABORERS FOR THE PUNTERS.
UaTiuir Just rcturnaJ from Jai.n. whtara
I have leii in the intermit, of the labor
mpply for our , .latitat loni. I am prvparut
to furaUll mir Iiunitvr of UUtren under Ihm
only praotloaLla p an ret put forth.
MA 1'LAN a net forth la the linmiectiu
or wgura tV i a, rfqum tho Iantr. tu ij
the pamige money of the laborer to UiU nhvca
and other exncnioa afUr arrival, $S aa
Nie money for each male and f JO for tack
After Investigation of the suhject, X am
Mt!hf.l that It i the only plan by which
laboren ran 1 recrulUl for this place and
be reasonably lure of obtaining them.
i mull, rmiix.-uu.iy rpiuMi mat your or
lers Ito placed with me a noon aa iioaalUe
In order to nerure the innnrvil nt thstatt.
tborltiee here and to enable me to hare the
la 1 o rem recruttod quickly.
O. E. BO A HUMAN,
622-1 vr Agent for Osrura c Co,
OFFICE, MASONIC BUILDINQ.
liourei 0-11 a. in. 3-5 p. m.
Residence: Hawaiian Hotel.
XStar" Electric Workt
that will Invariably Provtm