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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Olo OIhou ngain on TlmrBilriy.
Co. B is called to moot without
uniform this ovoning.
Dr. Limlloy returned to Kotm
by tho Hall tliia morning.
Tlio Fiunnco Department lias
boon paying off July billa today.
Tho Iwalaui was hold back to
nwait tho arrival of tho Kiuau
Baiubow in tho morning a
sailor's warring. Look out for
Dr. M. E. Grossman has ro
lu'rned from a trip to the coffee
regions of Hawaii.
W. 11. Oadllo and J. K. Kau
lia loft for Kohala by this
C. S. Bradford, formerly of tho
Hawaii Herald, returnod on tho
Kinau this afternoon.
President Dolo did not return
on tho Kinau today. He may not
come uutil tho next trip.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association loaned out over $7000
at its meeting last night.
Tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions is in sossion at tiio Central
Union Church this afternoon.
P. Muhlendorf, assignee of tho
bankrupt estato of II. l Bortol
xnnnii, has a notice in this issue.
Antono Rosa loavos on tho Iwa
lani this afternoon to hold tho
Kohala term of tho Circuit Court.
Very littlo business was done
in tho Police Court today, most of
the cases being put off to futuro
Tho St. Louis Collogo Literary
Socioty aro rehearsing a new play
which will bo presented in about
Kaulu-a, tho polico drill-master,
was exercising an awkward sqund
of polico in tho station houso yard
Seats for tho Company B bene
fit performance of Olo Olson aro
now on sale. Secure thorn beforo
Tho October Delineator at Mrs.
Hauna's. Patterns and explana
tory reading mattor relating to all
tho latest fall fashions.
Tho old King street Iioubo was
sold at auction yostorday to Chin
ese. It is to be pulled down to
make loom for now improve
ments. The Star baseball nino will go
to Maui on Friday, and aro anti
cipating a delightful trip. A
number of friends of the team will
Tho Postmaster-General haB
given notice that tho rate of inter
est on deposits in the Postal Sav
ings Bank after January 1st will
bo reduced to 1J por cout.
Two ancient high cycles with
tho littlo trailers appeared on tho
streets yostorday. It is a wonder
that sensational runaways woro
not produced by the apparitions.
"Win. Poui, an old offeudor, was
given three mouths on tho reef by
Judge do la Yerguo this morning
for tho larceny of a black coat,
valufid at SB, from Charles Acker
man. A sailor belonging to tho Kli
kitat lost his bearings and got
wrecked on tho corner of Fort and
King street. A policeman helped
him into a hack and Eont him
down to his ship to sober up.
When you are down on your
luck and feel as if tho world was
cold, hard aud dreary, just step
into the Criterion saloon and put a
roso-coloredtint on everything by
imbibing a glass of Seattle
Dr. Catherine V. 0. Scott has
applied to tho Superior Court of
San Francisco, for permission to
'become a solo trader, alleging that
hor husband, Joseph E. Scott,
does not derive- a sufficient income
ns a minister of tho gospel to sup
S. M. Emerson was re-committed
to the Insane Asylum today
by Judge do hi Vorgno on tho
testimony of N. F. Burgess, Frank
Cooko and Dr. P. S. Kellogg.
Tho examination of Joseph
Katnploman, also alleged to bo
insauo, was not concluded this
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grour For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Local news ou eighth page.
Vetorouo Oarreiro, harbor, has
Tho American Leaguo moots
tonight at tho usual hour.
Star stockholders will hold an
annual meeting tomorrow.
Jas. N-. K. Keola inserts a card
as typewriter, copyist and Eng
lish Hawaiian translator.
W. E. Wall, H. Louisson, Fred I
Watorliouso and A. Cockburn ,
woro among departing passengers
1 by tho Hall. I
I Marshal Brown has gone to K0. j
ua to attend to sovoral mattors con-
nccted with his office. Ho loft on '
i n, Tfnii i.;a wi..;...t I
,,,,,. , , , j He has always been an ardent an-
J. T. Watorhouso has been 0Xationist, but ho refusos to fol
awardod the contract of supplying nw Undo Sam's load in recog-
1000 lb. of pig load to tho Hono
lulu Water Works at 3Jc. a pound.
Frank Brown's rain gaugo
shows that 0 lOOths of an inch of
lain foil at his nlaco last night.
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XUUIU UO 1JWI1U III. kJMUD UUUbl
hut it rained very hoavily at Lua
kaha. T. P. Sovorin goes to Kauai in
tho Mikahala this evoniug to get
views of Garden Isle scenery.
Charles McCaudless will hare
charge of tho photographic studio
in his absence
II Travatoro Company, both
solo and chorus, aro callod for ro
hearsal tonight at Arion hall.
Eight o'clock sharp is tho time,
and a full attendance is requested
by Mrs. Turner, us tho timo is get
A complete lino of now bathing
suits, tho fiuoat in Honolulu, are
on tap at tho Long Branch baths.
Everybody givon a perfect fit. In
fact it is a pleasure to take a bath
at genial "Jim's," especially if you
wear ono of thoso now suits.
Corp. Sohmedon is a enndidato
for tho second lieutenancy of Co.
A, N. G. II., tho election for which
will shortly tako placo. Schmo
don has served in both the regu
lars and volunteers since lb3.
Ho holds at present a position as
customs inspector. If elected, he
will be the right man in tho right
Clianco oflliine from Munut Tuiitnlu
It is intended shortly to trans
fer tho bulk of forestry operations,
including tho nursery, from Mount
Tantalus to tho high lauds bord
eriug tho upper part of Nuuanu
valley. This move is to bo made
at tho instance of Presideut Dole,
whoso desire is to see all tho
mountains environing Honolulu
clothed with foliago.
Commissioner Marsden says
that about all tho availablo land
on Tantalus is now plantod with a
variety of young trees, in addition
to tho older forest through which
tho tourist road winds. It is there
fore desirable to Beek now wilds
to subduo. On tho Nuuanu,
as has been on tho Tantalus
slopes, experiments will be mado
with a variety of trees so as to de
termine which will best thrive.
Tho object is not so much to grow
timber as to cover tho hills with
vogotation such as will conserve,
whilo probably increasing, tho
rainfall and hasten tho process of
changing tho rocky surfaco con
glomerate to arable laud.
Tho groator part of tho Tanta
lus forco of workmen will move
over from that height to tho Nuu
OIISTUITOHXH TUB CUNSU.S.
Cum-h of Itcriltttinro lo tlio Worlc of
There havo boon only two oases
of recalcitrancy toward tho work
of tho coubus enumerators iu Ho
nolulu. Theso were quickly
brought to a sense of their duty to
tho stato in tho mattor.
At Anahulu on Kauai tho pop
ulace toro up tho blanks loft at
their domicilos. They had been
malioiously told that tho census
was n schema for dispossessing
them of their lands. A visit from
the polico, paid thorn in all kind
ness, quickly disabused tho minds
of tho people and they accepted
duplicato blanks aud filled them
out without any more misgivings.
On the island of Hawaii two
prominent residents havo offered
resistance to tho enumeration.
Ono of them is no less a person
age than J. D. Paris of Kona,
hithorto so trusted a supporter of
tho government ns to havo had
about as many offices "thrust
Highcst of nil in Loavoning Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Roport.
upon hffn rt as hadPoo Bah. Mr.
Paris dcotned the questions of tho
schedule innuisitorial to an extent
that mndo their answering in-
compatible with tho freedom
thnt . rppbho grants. Iho
llpr 3 . tl10, doughty philoso-
Phor, Colonel Samuel Norns.
j UlKIIJg lilt! 1C)UUI1U Ul XJ.11WIU1.
I Marshal Brown lias gone to Ha-
waii to roinoustiato with these
i gentleman, and may do so with a
j "poker," as Paddy admittod he
did on his plea of not guilty to as
i saulting his Biddy.
(I'menJ written by Honol.ilu lad))
1 He lours Meet
nnd nil tho men and Avomon
merely cyclers is a truer adapt
ation of an old familiar quota
tion than would appear at fust
glance. We aie a trifle behind
tho times in Honolulu as far as
cycling is concerned.
In Washington, D. C, two
thousand men and women
formed in procession a few
weeks ago. If thoy rode six
abreast, a column ton miles
long would bo tho result; threo
abreast would moan a lino
twenty miles in length.
Why delay; bo in the swim.
You want to ho an up-to-date
girl. Then buy a
T. W. IIOBRON, Agent.
Blood pure? Do not pass by this question
with on ovaslvo answer. It mean1) much
to your health, your happiness, your use
fulness. II your blood is pure you 111
bo strong, vigorous, full of llfo nnd ambi
tion; your nerves will bo steady. You
will havo littlo need to fear dlscaso If your
Is puro and you lceep it bo. Now Is tho
timo to bco that your blood Is puro, and to
glvo it richness and vitality and tho llfo
and strength-giving properties which aro
required, nothing can equal Hood's Sar
saparilla. It makes
Rich, Red Blood. It will ovorcomo that
tired feeling, creato an appetite, givo
sweet, refreshing Bleep and make you
strong. It will build you up and enablo
you to resist tho enervating effects ot
warm or changeable weather. Is not this
exactly what you want? Then tako
The Ono Truo Wood Purifier. All druggists, ft.
I'rciured only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Masj.
u ji rt'ii act easily, promptly and
nOOCl S HllIS cilectlrely. S3 cents.
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
Attention, Company B.
AnMour Company U, N. 0. II., 1
Honolulu, Soptemuor 22, 1800. J
B EVKUV MKMIiKH 01
inninl U lieiehy older
tho Drill Shed, Tl
KVKNINO. Oct. 0,
evkuv mi:miii:h or this com-
red to report nt
I MM. at 7..JU
o'clock, Jftifliiess meetliiu'. No uni
form. K. A. JAC0HS0N,
-t25.lt Lieutenant Commanding'.
WHAT IS HAVILAND?
A half dozen years ago that
question yns frequently asked
in Honolulu, but so much of
this make of china has been
sold in tho meantime that
ovcryono knows what it means.
OUR NEW LOT
just open comprises somo of
tho neatest, and at the same
time richest patterns over seen
in Honolulu. Tho selection
was made only after a great
deal of study of Honolulu
SINGLE PIECES SOLD
at tlio same rate that wo
sell a dozen and you havo your
choice of patterns. Tho lot
comprises all the pieces neces
sary to make a completo break
fast, dinner or tea set. Where
it is preferred wo will make
up a set with tho patterns
diiTercnt for each course. This
means Oyster, Soup, Fish,
Roast, Fowl and Dessert
Plates. If you want a set for
ONE COURSE ONLY
wo can fill the order and
you nny ndd to it as your
purse or convenience suits.
Wo liav also added to
our lines n
for decorative purposes. In
this lot wo have pieces for
the table. Whereby airyono
may decorate in a design suit
ed to their tastes and some
thing that will bo exclusive.
Besides plates etc., thcro is a
largo assortment of vases. .
flST" Two hundred dollars
worth of this was sold tho
daj' it was unpacked.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Quo en Stx'cet-
AT THE ,
iWsday, Oct Stfi,
BSaT Will bo ltopoated "WS,
Tickets, Si, 75c. and 50c.
A. V. GEAR.
No. 210 King St.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Ifort Street.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
October Oth, 7th and Sth.
A FINE SELECTION OF IMPOHTED
Hats, Bonnets and Toques
Millinery Novelties !
S3?" Lndies are cordially invited to coll. , -
TEMPLE OP FASHION
Fine Whito MubIIu iu openwork. Hoiutlfnl P litems.
A great stock ot-,- .
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BSsT" Wo expect within ion days a great aud now stock of
B & CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us .!
This is known to bo tho
finest Corsot mado. . .
Brass Signs and
.T. T. I.tLJ,
Machinist. Nickel aud Silver Plating.
G17 AND G19
SCHMIDT & SONS'
of lvuiy ucscniraiox
Lawns, Trints, Crepe,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dissolution of Copartner
'ship. Tho partnership lierotoforo existing le.
tween Tang Chun, Chang Leo. Chnng Mco
How and Loong Nam, under tho firm name
of Buy ilort.0 ltostnnrnnt, is this day dis
solved by uiutunl consout. Tho under
signed havo bought out tho businoss o( the
l.ito firm and will continue it at the old
stand on Hotel Htrcet uuder tho same name,
collect all outstanding accounts and pny
nil bills duo by tho lato firm. They will
also issuo now meal tiokots in exchaugo for
tho old ones from dnto uutil Saturday uext,
CHAW MEE HOW,
nonolulu, Sept. 21, 1800. U32w
Signs of Every Description I
Gliding on Glnsa n Specialty.
Take an Outing
Trains will lcnvont 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 r. M., nrrivinpj in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 2d Cl&M
Penrl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wnianno 1 50 1 25
French Claret !
lias received a largo consignment ot
French, v Claret v Wine
B)T Ex "Miowera." Best Wino in the
DuriiiL the absence of Olms. S. Desky
I from tlie Hawaiian Islands Mr. Walter 0.
Weedon is autborued to collect all monies
duo to tho linn of Bruce Waring & Co, and
Chas. 8. Dusky and to receipt for the same.
IlltUUE WAHING k CO.,
CHA8. 8. DESKY.
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