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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
BULLETIN, OCTOIJEK 18. 1895
Loi llima dnnco tonight.
Snb-ngonts under tlio Lmd Act
will shortly bo appointed.
Tlio Fruiich Glinmbor of Depu
ties meets on Tuesday next.
Five Chincso gambling casos
wore nollo pioa'd yesterday.
The MaripoBi brought only a
small lot of Union fromSiunon.
Charles 11. "Wilson hnd good
luck in fishing at Kulmla yostor
day. Tlio infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles W. Booth died on
If you fool out of sorts, call at
tho Critorion and try our refresh
ing Seattlo Beor on draught.
Elsowhoro will bo fouuil tho
time tablo of tho Onhu Uuilvvny fc
Land Company, to go into ollbel
on Monday next.
Recent investigations havo
shown tho small-arms stores of
tho British army to be 10-1,000,-000
Tlio funeral of the Into Sutnuol
Louisson will tako plnco on Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock from
tho Masonic Tomplo.
Seattlo Beer is a mild and refresh
ing drink. It will create llosh
and generally improve tho system.
On draught ut Critorion.
J. AV. Jones has beon elected
major of tho second battalion,
winch crcaten n vacancy in tho
first lieutenancy of Company U.
Major Dano wus taken ill buforo
his di-pirturo from Auckland and
wan compelled to cancel his lec
turing engagements at that plnco.
Special business is to bo trans-
ctjd ut tho mooting of the Scot
tish lhistlo Club this ovoiii- g.
All Scots in town uro invited 10
Tho Lull un will leavo f r Lnnni
this evening with n huntiug and
finhing party, bosidos about a
score of gentlemen going for tho
The Land Act has been issued
in pamphlet for n. It is to bo
had at the Land OlUoo by persons
who contemplato taking up laud
Mechanics' Tlomo, corner Hotel
and Nunauu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Tonus: 25
niul CO cents per night $1, and
$1.25 !or week.
Trains will leavo for Waianao
on Siturday and Sunday, at 11
o'clook. arriving in Honolulu on
return at 5 p. m. Excursion
tiokets will bo 6old.
L. H. Kerr has received by tho
Australia a new lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and croam
cropons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
Tho Board of Education was in
3' ssioii Wednesday and Thursday.
Superintendent 0f Public Works
V. E. Bo well did not havo tho
nlaus for nowschoolhouses roady.
Ladies on tho other Islands can
do thoir shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. They should ombraco
this opportunity, and get a single
yard at wholosalo prices.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and oigan maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory reforonces.
O rd res left at Hawaiian Nows f Co.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to be tho samo
as dono in factory.
Dr. Harris of Kensington near
Adelaide, was a through passon
gor on tho Mariposa, Loing on his
way to Loidjn. Ho tan parishion
er of tho Bov. W. A. Swan, for
merly of St. Androw's Cathodrnl,
and caMod on tho authorities of
that church during his stay horo.
I). Howard Hitchcock has re
turned to town and is located at
liis studio at tho corner of Hotel
and Fort streets upstairs, ontrance
on Hotel street, whero ho bus ro
openod his classes in drawing and
painting. Studio afternoon at
homos Fridays from 2 p. m. to 4
p.m. Yisitorsalways wolcomo.
Instead of tho rocontly con
demned tnro patches in the neigh
borhood of the Insane Asylum be
ing dried .up and tho tnro destroy
ed, a gontlomnn who lives in tho
neighborhood informs tho Bulle
tin that they aro fillod with water
and a froshcrop of taro has sprung
up nnd is doing nicoly. Nearly
nil tho flag polos usod to mark
tho boundaries of tho infected
districts havo beon pulloil up
bodily by natives and usod for
Heo what Trogloan shows olso
whoro in this pa or.
Myslio l.odgo, K. of 1'., will
attend tlio funor.il of Sam. Louis
son in a body.
Tho Lolita club danco lust
night was woll attended and was
an enjoyablo affair.
Tho Kilohana Art Lenguo will
hold its annual mooting on Sat
urday evening nt 7:30.
Tho first nnnivorsny concert of
tho young Hawniians' Institito
comos oil" on Thursday, October
Tho trial of A. F. Ryan for
larceny will bo concluded nt tho
afternoon session of tlio l'olico
Tlio band played nt Thomas
square yestoruny afternoon. Tho
attendance would havo been
larger if notico of tho event had
Tho oxnmination of F. n.
Mciideuhall in tho District Court
this morning resulted in hisboing
bound over to tho Circuit Court
on a charge of being a gross cheat
in the fust degree
Busses will lonvo tho corner of
Borotauia and Fort as woll as
King and Fort ut 7:30 o'clock
tins evening for tho accommoda
tion of porsons intonding to at
tend the Lei llima Club dance.
A mombor of the Pacific Trnd
ing Company who attempted to
leave on tho Australia found his
passport stopped, and another who
tried to louvo on an island atoani
or was brought back by a police
man. At the oponing of the Bichcliou
on Satuulay, a Fronch d'linor will
bo servod from 5:30 to 7:30, and
ico cream, c.iko and coileo till 12
p.m. Mrs. Froimann has engag
ed tlio Quintette club for tho occasion.
Tlio Salvation Army will pro
sont two tnblonux at its tont to
morrow evening, ontitlod "Tho
Druuknid's Homo" and 'A Happy
Homo," which will doubtless bo
the moans of attracting u largo
At my big shoo salo on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of this
week, I am selling ladies' shoes,
fine whito Fronch kid opera or
dancing shoes at $2.50 tho pair.
They will cost you $3.00 at any
store in town. Tomplo of Fashion.
All intending to join the adult
singing class to ho organized at
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, on Friday
evoning should secure tiokots bo
foro that time. Ladies nro ad
mitted. No knowledge of music
required for membership.
Sam Kamakn, tho woll-known
shipping man of Wildor's Steam
ship Company, died at his homo
on Punchbowl at -1 o'clock this
morning. Ho had only been ill
a few days. A wife and four
children mourn his loss. Knmu
ka was a very stout man.
Tho funeral of tho lato Brother
John took placo from the Catholio
Cathedral at 7 o'clock this morn
ing, tho church hoing crowdod
with mourning friends of the de
ceased. Tho remains wero ufter
Wi.rds interred in tho Cutholio
Tho committee which has tho
arrangements of tho bicyolo rond
rnco in hand, consisting of D.
Crozior, Ruby Doxtor nnd Homy
Gilos, bus postponed tho ovont
until Saturday, Novembor 2d, as
a number of rncing wheels are
oxprotod to arrivo on the Aus
tralia Maid of Hawaii, era wo pirt
(5iu mo liuelf, no I not my heart,
Hut that hliiniiig diamond ring,
llracelot, eardrop, everything
That I bought nnd gave to you,
When our biimmor loo was now.
(livo them back, nnd I will llit,
Find another whom they'll lit,
While in llrowu k Kuloy'n store
You can buy a few dozen uioro.
Thursday, Friday and Satur
day of this woek tho Temple of
Fushion will soil Gouts' Shoos
rodnced to tho following prices:
Tho .1(5.50 shoo nt $4.50, the .'4.50
at sf.'ifiO, tho S3 50 at .12.50, tho
2.50 at $1.75, and a fino working
shoo has baon reduced to Si. 00
per j utir.
Loathor has gono up 100 por
cent in tho States in tho lust CO
days, and manufactured shoes
aro in consequonce 50 por cent
higher. Tho lnrgo htock that I
now have on hnud will bo sold
at u big reduction, simply became
I promised my patrons that 1
would hold a Cleninuco Salo of
shoes on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of this wool;. Tomplo
John McLenn, millwright,
Scotch, has taken tho oath to the
At 2:30 C's Coides nrrosled a
Chinumnu with an opium smoking
outfit including lichee nuts con
taining tho drug.
Finely l'urniHliul rooms with
hath and oilier modern improve
ments for rent at ronsonahle
iriciiut29 lientunia atnot.
Children's shoes :n selling at
tin- Tomplo of Fashion Clo-muico
Salo this weok at bidrock prieos.
all hizi's, a most Complete Stock
in both black and tan, button oi
laeo; also a fine lino of Chi droit's
slippers. Tin He goods are from
50 couts to 75 conts the pair, abo
an extra lino lino at 1 . Oi ner
pair. Tin so
50 per cent
storo in town
goods will cost you
uioro at any other
Tho following passengers nrrivud
by tho stoamor Klnau from Ha
waii and Maui thisnftornoon:
Capt Win Matson, wifo and
child. Miss Hnttio Knowles, Mrs
J T Lwis and daughter, L Sever
ance C D Baldwin, F M Wako
field, Wong Hou, Ching Chung,
Masters Vanettn (2), Miss Alice
Rycroft, L Hobiuson, Mark
Robinson, Allon Robinson,
Mrs Brickwood, Chus Briokwood,
Harold Gifiard, Walter Gillard,
Mnstor C Akana, C-irl Buoliholtz.
O McLennan, Mrs W G Walker.
A h Horner, Miss S Akina, Miss
Amoy Ahlo, Miss Hannah
Williams, Rev O II GulicK anil
wifo, Miss Mary Logan, R
S Yogio and wife, Miss L Craig.
Miss E Bond, Master R Bond,
Miss Hnttio Bell, Mrs II Yid i and
child, Sam Parker, Cajit J Itoss,
miss Wn'pan, Mnstor U 11 Robert
son, 1) Dowsott, Masters Heon (3).
Mrs R 1' Hoso and child, D K
Kahaulolio und '18 dock.
Ncv Advo. tisomoits.
NOTTINGHAM and M
it Mine. Yale's infallible euro of freckle,
Tnn nnd Sunburn. It is tho only lomody
cAerroinponndiMlth.it will remove freckles
completely and surely.
Ilio fairer nnd miiio delicate the nlon,
tho moru HUoly It id to IreuMo and iliu
worso it will loo nfli r it Is freckled.
Thousands of women, otherw iso beautiful,
nrc ilMiguusl by them uuhiglitly, luown
blotches. Nothing will hide them. They
nro n source of miseiy, but they can be cured.
Ln l'rickla is the di-ath-wirr nit to freckles.
The preparation of La Fn.-cl.ln U onu of
Mmo. ak's gru.iteiit achievement.
Theie nre many iinitntious, Home of them
very dangerous and hurtful to tho skin;
none of them u-ally elVeetiu-. For safety
and certainty, insist nlwnys on getting tho
guuuino nnd original La Freckla.
Price SI at drugstores, or by mail.
MME. SI. YAM:. Hi-,1th and llouitv
Specialist, U(l Stato St , Chicago, lieatity
Ouidu. mailed free.
Tin: i.i:iii)a's otiiisi:.
Twenty Intciiilliis I-nncn-frs Wlio
Waul I'lkli Verj Until v.
The cruiser Lohua will loavo a
G o'clock this evoning with a party
of gontlomen who nro fish hungry.
Tho vossol may ho oxpected back
on Sunday evening or Monday
morning if it is not overloaded
witl'i tho catch, whioh will bo
onormous if only a small portion
of tho expectations of tho crowd
Coramodoro C. H. Eldrodgo will
bo in co nmaiid of tho expedition
nnd ho will keep a sharp lookout
for filibusters. All day loug
drays and hncks ladon with bait
and a fow incidentals havo been de
positing their loads on tho vossol.
Judgo Whiting has had an eyo
on the commissariat arrangoments
during tho day, which is sufliciont
guarantee thnt tho wants of tho
inner man will not suffor on the
trip, ut least after tho first fow
hours, for most of tho innor men
aro not liablo to want much at the
start. If J. A. Martin brings back
an amount of fish corresponding
to tho size of tho hooks and lincsho
has been rigging up during tho
morning with Mr. Gomes' assist
auco, the Lohua will havo to take
Hookfold's big bargo in tow.
The following gontlomon will
corapriso tho party: J. H.
Fisher, J G Rothwoll, I Nou
maun, I' Neumann, Jr, E It Hen
dry, Chan Wilder, Oscar White,
Frank Brown, J Winter. John
Lucas, Judge vV A Whiting, J A
Martin, W Lnnz, H M Whitney,
Jr, Sam'l Wilder, Goorgo Kohort
son, F H Hnyselilon.W C Sproull,
F Whitney, C II Eldrodgo. J I)
Frooth was to havo gone but busi
nobs engagomonts compelled him
to forego the plousuro.
,., A largo ilock, enough for overvbody,
I lace orders early to Insure laige.l birds.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
IIOMtON DP.UO CO.,
Horse for Sale.
Can bo bought very ronoinblo at
N. S. SACHS'.
llnvo you eeon the
and Bnby FLN-
Tho ADELINE BLAOIC STOCKING len.ls
ask for them at
thorn all. Don't fail to
A full lino of SEItGES nt way down pticos, ' c i be fouud nt
v Saclis' Store.
ThoT. fe G. CORSETS are extn long Waisted and best COKSET in
tho Market for tho price. For salo by
i a f"M7r-r
Honolulu, H. I.
l'OU NONM AYMKN'T OF
hoard, wo will m11 on TUKSDAY.
October 'Jtllli, 1V.I.", at l'nl.lie Auction, at
tho Auction looms of James 1'. Mnruau, in
Ilouolulu, one liny Jl.ne. I I.UH Sl'AllLK
KJIAIJj COTi'Ai.r. Uf TWO 1! )OM8,
llutli. o-c., centra y siluated. s liialilo
for two (jelitlt-miin. pplv to
DIt, JOHN h". MriiltEW,
l'Jfi-lw Hotel Street.
XE II VV IiOltSi: Illl.VXDKI) s ox
rli;lit html quarter, while fpiii un fore
head and on noe. two ulitt npots on
hack, whito spot on riyht fori fiot, hind
legs both white.
Ono brown spotted hoiss, liriiide-1 on
rieht and left hind quarter, left hind leg
Un'ess called for they will bo Mild on
KATUHDAY, Oct. Ill, at 12 old. el:, nt tho
Public l'ound. HUSKY KUAMI,
l'JS-.'lt Pound Master.
When It Comes
To Disinfectants wostill Jiave
plenty, our stock lias not
beon exhausted, nnd now
arrivals are on hand.
m h go.
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1 12 fjeasons Why
x. Crescents are leaders
3. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong and durable
Crescents are perfect in every detail
Crescents are light and easy running
Crescent riders are tiroud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
8. Crescents are built by skilled work
9. Crescents are made by a responsible
Crescents arc high-grade and up-to-date
Crescents arc handsome ia desicu
13. Crescent prices are right and suit the
Illustrated Catalogue ritlW on .iMiIiiurinti.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
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