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LOCAL AND J1ENEKAL ' JHK,oat of nil in L,avoninK l'ow-r -l.nl. nl t H CWtltoort.
rl i . lluitui.'um will conduct tlxi
Y. M. C. A. orchestra.
An iNolungo nnys Rnmo pociplo
tiro sad Ikjciuiho oilier people
Stllilb lot) iiiuoli.
Much interesting foreign and
Inoiil nows will bo found on tho
insula imgos of this jhsiio.
Whatever is worth advertising
in woitli advertising woll, mid tho
Iit'M.uriN is just the paper to do
Petitions ni o being circulated
asking for the appointment of Al
lied W. G.ntor to Judge Coopor's
Tho Iluwaiimi Society, Sons of
tho Americiui ltovolution, Ims
boon admitted to membership in
tho iiiitioiuil organizati'in.
Dotiiilod reports of thn loss of
the w hiding lurks Triton nml
Koindner in tho Arctic .iro given
by tbw I'auiliu Const Murine Ituc
ord. Tho Chronicle of tho loth says
tho cruiser Bonnington bus boon
ordoicd to keep uwny from Hono
lulu until all diiugor of infection
Cocil Brown and II. Focko hnvo
roturued from a visit to Wuiulua,
wlnthcr tlioy wont in connection
with tho Guy estato of which they
Graduates of dill'orout Ampr
ican colleges will discourse on 'Tho
Ilnligio-is Work in Amoricun Col
leges" nt tho Contral Union
Tlio Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion nro anxiously waiting to hoar
from tho Punaliou boys on tho
matter nf that football gamo on
lliehard Vincont, who culled
himself Louis Morning-tar whon
h,o was in Honolulu, tho boy
globe-trotter, was in San Joso re
cuntly, on his way to Now York.
S.iki is scarce and high, and
tho present is a good time for tho
California Yitioultural Society to
make a ton-striko by showing its
infotiority to tho iuro wines of
A (."ild mine ceases tho instant
you coat-e to work it. 2o one has
3et abceitainod when nn nd. ceases
to pay dividends, especially whon
it is placed in a livo paper liku the
Tho China's mail from Honolu
lu was t.ikon direct to tho post
ollico iu San Francisco and fumi
gated tliore. Tho mails f:on
China and Japan were sent to tlio
quuriiiitino for fumigation.
Captain H. G. Morse, for many
vears comniandpr of tho Ocoanic
steamor Altmoda, is succoedod
by Captain Oterondorp, formerly
of the steamer Z'alandia, tho
luid-up uistor of the Australia.
The engagement of Edward
Adams, formerly of Honolulu, to
Miss Gretchon Bock of Portland,
Oregon, is announced. Nod is a
son of tho lute E. P. Adams, with
whom James Jj Morgan trained
Pursor James of tho Australia
says tmirist travol Iiuh received a
hard blow from tho cholera, and
that tourists will bo so.ircir than
over for somo months. Intending
Honolulu tourists havo mostly
gono to Southern California in
stead. Jtov. William R.tdor, who was
frooly mentioned horo as a pro
lmblo pastor of tho Central Union
church, has received a unanimous
call 1 1 become tho pistor of the
Third Congregational church of
Thu hack business has been im
proving for tho past fow days,
somo lucky drivers having mudo
from .f50 to 80 in tho past wook.
Funerals, steamers and tho remov
al nf quarantine lostrictions on
travel to tho valloya has helped
Tho Greeks used nsafuitida in
thoir cooking as a lhvor. Tho
writor whon a youth used to work
for a doctor who always had a
hottle of tincturo of nsafiutida on
his dining tablo as a sauce. It is
also an ingrodiont of the genuine
Tho homo of Charles A. Dana,
thooditorof tho New York Sun, is
n palace, in which respoct it dif
fers lroni thoso of Honolulu odi
tois. nia oIHcq, however, is a
workshop, and coutains ouly a
desk, two chairs, a small table
nnd a rug, in which respect it
bears a lomarkablo resumblanco
to looil sanctums--minus tho rug.
Ladies day at tho Pacific Tenuis
A whist club is tho latest Ho
Ponator Baldwin is going to tho
Coast by tho Australia.
Frank Coonor is drivincr a lmnk
for tho 2'JO stand.
, J. M. McChosnoy has a Hawaiian
in do phaeton for silo or trade.
j Julian I). Ilayno is oxpootod
home by tomorrow's steamer.
i The bund will play at tho Ex
ecutive uuiiuiug tins attornoou at
C. E. Williams .t Son are un
packing a largo consignment of
now furnituio today.
Colonel Poter Leo wont homo
by tne Kinau, nnd tho volcano is
now liable to broak forth anow at
Judgo Anson Bruuson of San
Diego, who visited Honolulu about
k year ago, died rocontly at San
Tho United StutcB Sanitary In
spector for tho port of Honolulu,
Dr. Ryder, paid a visit to tho
U. S. Minister "Willis and family
will visit Hilo and tho Volcam ,
leaving on tho Bonnington tho
oarly part of next weok.
The necessity for puio boiled
wator is readily met nith Geyser
Water boilod in Nature's cauldron.
Puro and wholesome.
Captain Scott and the f-ocond
police watch ind.ilgd in taigot
shooting at tho old KuitaaUo range
SeaUloBeer it a mild and refresh
ing drink. It will create llesh
and generally improve tho system.
On draught at Criterion.
Tho ollicors of H. M. S. Hya
cinth and the U. S. S. Thetis
wore given a grand ball at Hotol
Cornuado on September 28th.
Tho Kawaiahao church building
lomimttoo decided yestoiday to
commence putting in pous at
otic", so that tho church can bu
Miss Flora Glado, daughter of
Consul H. F. Glade and ioll
known in Honolulu socioty, is to
ninry Lieutenant Seobaoh of thn
Six Chinese women nnd ono
child bosidos tho drivor ought to
bo enough for ono little horse to
drag aiound without tho hacK
they woro piled into this morning.
Tho brickwork on tho Yon
Holt building is about" finished
and tho masons took a lay-oil' th s
morning preparatory to stinting
in again on tho stone front this
Captain Scott of tho polico
ioreo is going to run opposition
to J. J. Williams in tho photo
graph lino. Ho is going to invost
in n .f35 camora and got Aldrioh
to help him mako picturos.
Tho Waimea, Kauai, sugar mill
produced 300 tons of sugar from
foity acres of cino, or an iorage
of suvon and a half tons to tho
aero. Stockholders should bo
enjoying tho pleasures of antici
pation ovor prospective dividontR
Tlio steamship China of tho
Pacifio Mail lino on her last trip
from this port to San Francisco
broke hor own and all previous
locords by making tho voyage in
5 days, 13 hours and 55 minutes,
or five hours faster than any trip
Secretary of State Olnoy would
not see Ministor-elect Castlo
whon ho first called at tho Stato
Dopartmont, Washington, because
it was not diplomatic day. Mr.
Castlo has sinco soon tho Socro
tiry fiovrral times, according to
advicos rocoived at tho Foroicn
Tho stay of tho Olympia at
Lahaina caused a big demand for
eggs and poultry at that lung
Ono Chiuoso poultry-raibor fur
nihhed tho war vessol with -130
d-.on. Whon tho Loliuu leached
thoro on Saturday night only
twonty eggs c mid be obtained
for its pasong'in.
Tho trnl of Laii Ho for perjury
tiki-. i aeo in tho District Court
loin- lion at 1.30 p m.
A quantity of tho furniture and
offeots of the Into William Dimiii
were st .led iu tho Police Station
Owing to tho illness of Atlornoy
Thurston, tho Supremo Court
postponed tho hearing of the W.u
manalo insurance case till a day
Ah Sung was found nsleop in
tho kitchen of a private dwolling
about 1 o'clock this morning. Ho
finished bis imp iu tho Polico
Gonoral Land Agent Brown will
go to Hilo next week. Jt is prob
ables that the snb-lund-agoncy up
pointments for Hawaii will bo
mado whilo ho is thoro.
Sophii Smith, who was arrested
yesterday for tho larcony of monoy
and a watch from ono of tho uiou
off tho Australia, was not proso
cuted today and Judgo Perry or
dered hor discharge.
D. W. Smith of the Manufac
turers' Shoo Company says that
shoes of all kinds aro higher in
prico in tho Unitod States, owing
to tho advance in leather. Tho
retail price of shoes in Honolulu
is lower now than in San Fr.in-o'sco.
Rooms to Let.
wiUTiiY ruitNisiii:o hooms to u:t
3 at No. 1 Harden Ii.ino, at eiy rensou
Tlir. IIOl'SK LATELY OCC'UIMKI) IIY
.Imlf Hl kcrton. nn AlaUoi ntnet, IkIui'i'Ii
Hot 1 ami llurvtutilit ilri'i't), on Hit Hotel
uround, marl iiipnslle l'nillif Cluli build-
"IS- 'M'l'1) I"
JOHN S. McdltKW,
i:il-tf llr.til street.
Horse for Sale.
IS, OCTOBEU 21). 1805.
Nor; Advo tisemorts.
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remove w rinldcs nml nil Irnom ol a. I
lt'1'iln thmiii'h the iih. nml liml.U up (Iii
fully lui'iiiliniiitH nml wiMtril timiK,
uonrNbm tho ohrivell-il nud nlitiinl.aii
Hkin, Iuiiuh i.ii(l iiiiijuruteH (lie uiricn nml
luilKclts.onrii'lies lliu 1-jijk Mlis'.ic.l blon.l
M'lMls.anilHiiiiplivs voutliiiiiil ulm.!uiit to
(bu nclion of tho Kkin. lt' porfci-t.
Ynlo') Sliin l'oail.prid- 91 M mid $S.
nl nil drtiK Htuu-5. J1MK. M. YALE,
llonlllinuil I!eunty tipeciiilmt, III! Male St..
ClilnijjJ. liruiity Ouiilc tnmli d fnr.
flOIIllON DHl'G CO.,
For Sale or Trade.
Dawaiiaii Jladft Ptalon
Apply to J M. Yr'HESNEY,
iiiS!iiSaS J5SS . - - .jh. ,.
rriiisSS?irio is 'RoMirvi'd
N. S. SAOHS,
For the annouiicomont of Xc tioods lo nuivo per. "Austral
A SMALLCOlTAGKOh Tk0 ItOOMS,
" U.itli, c ! centrii 'y .utn 1, nttau'
for two goutlouii'U. Ap)'l to
1)11, JOtIN h. MidKEW,
l!.'l-lw Hotel fltreot.
Wanted at tha Louvro SalooD,
til Ntiiiiinu Slu-i't.
,",000 ine dnilvto Innk th' SOIM
..FAMOUS fBATPLE 3EB ., . .
ICE COLD ON DHAUOHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
l'ostolllco llo I7.r Honolulu
I. .J dm
When It Comes
To Disinfectants wo still have
plenty, our stock has not
boon exhausted, and iioy
arrivals aro on hand.
9N, SMITH & GO.
l'On NON.l AYMnNT OP
Imniil. o will htll oa TUIMD.VY,
OitoUr 2llth, lSllo, at l'nlillo Auction, nt
tlio Auction lomiH of Jnincs 1". Jlnrgan, in
Honolulu, onolliiyMmu. CLUH hi A1I1.L
Honolulu. September 27, 1 SO.'i. IlS-tiu
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TTY Imniil, olllM.lloaTUIMl).VY, 'ftfl jLJUflrfmfKft,mrri5 OT 9f & t 7k.
KMl 1 12 Reasons Why
mmKl ,:.- ( it's Best to
. sumdavs. It Bu erescent I
Tiaiiiu wi'.l lcao on Bnturdiiyu nt 11:15
n.m., mid l-l.'i p.m., arriving in Honolulu
nt .'Ml p m. nnd .l.'.'li p.m.
Train will lu.un on hiiiuliijx nt ll:l"i n.m ,
arming iu Honolulu nt S.'.'li p. in.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clio-s $1 7G
P. C. Smith,
l.TJ-.tiu (icn'l 1'nM. nml Tukit Aeout.
A large flock, onouyli for ovcryliody.
I'l no nrdei .arl to liuuiu laiot blrdi.
1 19 .liu
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
i. Crescents are leaders
a. Crescents are guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong and durable
4. Crescents are perfect in every detail
!. Prrcrrtife nm llrrl.l ..i ... i
w- -w--.j M.v. Aiiti. uuu tuay lumiing
7f 6. Crescent riders are proud of their
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
c -i.-" "it umu oy sKiiieu woru-
v 9. Crescents are made by a responsible
'i io. Crescents are high-grade and up-to-
rr. Crescents are handsome i design
12. Crescent prices are right and suit the
ZHtJSlMroii Catalogue riir.i: on Aiiplleatlon.
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
fl. Eackfeld & Go,