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Vr' TpfTJO" 'wmi ;w"pht: EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBEB 1G, 1897 iMawvxtamiixjwB.vtwrmwm9TwKtrtvv'imMUviu.mvijvMA?2Vi? !ch. jftWn2 WKfV jfnHEiMOTBKiHHttfilnfrj9v9si9wMpJMIHK .. I'o v? Kf i w f r.y LOCAL AND GENERAL. This is tlioounivcrsury of King Knlakaua's birthday. If yon want a good meal go to the H. B., 629 Fort-Btroot. Tom Guiumins has become the musician of Company G. J. K. Long has opened a store on School street noar the bridge. The Kilobaud Ait Leano exhi bit will remaiu open until Decem ber 4. Princess Kaiulnni is holding ber first general reception this aftornoou. Mana(;or Clement said this morning thuro would be no moro wheel-racing until January. Tomoirow will bo the find Ladies' day of the season at the courts of the Pncifio Tennis Club. Deputy-Sheriff Couey left on the M.ikea last niht to summon more witnesses in the murder case. Bob AVilcor told the natives on Maui that he wbb opposed to an nexation but in favor of the Re public. Another lot of Japaneeo labor ers will be expected by the Gaelic on Friday. Tho number is not known. Fred. B. Oat, chief of the P. O. money order department, has been confined to bis homo since Satur day night by illness. Thero will be a free concert this evening at the Y. M. 0. A., under tho auspices of the Enter tainment Committee Rev. T. D. Garvin will deliver his third biblical lecture before the students of Kumebameha School this evening. The membera of Central Union church will select committees to morrow evening to nominate offi cers for tho coming year. John Cnakley has returned to work at the Pantheon hotel. A new man from San Francisco has taken Harry Millor's place. Whitman, the Const wheelman, has accepted a position in the cycle dopaitmont of tbo Hawaiian Hardware Company's store. An artesian well is boing bored close to tbo railway at Puuloa, with the view of turning the arid flats into euoculent rice fioldn.. - The Government band will give a concert at tho hotel this evening in honor of the anniversary of the late King Kalnkaua'u birthday. Cbarlos Krontor's hoIo, "Col' umbia," wbb especially well re ceived by the Btrungers in the audience at Emma square last eveniug. Tommy McCombo of the Aus tralia wants to got up a novice wheel ruco with somebody. He claims that he can go a mile in two hours. Allen Jones, tho cracker jaok, has accepted a position with the Press Publishing Company on Bethel street and will take up his residence permanently in Hono lulu. J. A. Hassingor left his room before day this morning to seo tho shower of meteors and got it in the leg. That is to say, he is now nursing another rheumatism. mild attack of 'When all other shops bavo fail ed to repair your Typewriter satisfactorily you can be assured of having it douo right if you take it to the Hawaiian Cycle & Manu facturing Co. ( It- is said thero are over five hundred natives in Honolulu who have taken the oath of allegiance to the Republic and are therefore eligible for jury duty, according to a recent decision of the Supremo Court. All season tickets for the Frawley engagement that are not called for by Wednesday evening, will be put baok into the regular sale and disposed of. Subscribers aro kindly asked to call for their tickets before that time. Go to the Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co. store if you want to have a broken ,biko re- S aired. All kinds of repair work one by us and guaranteed to be the lowest prices in town. P. 0. & M. Co., Ehlera' Building. - Blasting qperations at the new wharf slip at thq pnblio market ' bavo beeu tied up for two days. On Saturday tho engine employed there began to leak and was soon wholly usoIosb. Repair were rushed, however, and the work began again today. Chicken at Occidental row. torn or al Paul Iscuberg goes to Lihue tonight. No arrests were mado by tho police today. Surveyor W. A. Wall returned from Hawaii thisjnfteruoon. Miss Grctohon Kopko will leave for Luhcina on the Manna Loa next Friday. Five shares of Pacific Sugar Mill stock changed hands yestoi day at $300. A. B. Lindsay, the Paauuau storekeeper, leaves for home on the Hcleno today. Alex MoBryde and Mrs. W. H. Rice Jr. are among tho Hall's pabsengors tonight. Wm. Easeie and Mrs. Thomas Campbell are booked for Kahului by tho Holene tonight. Brothers Bertram and Philip of St. Louis College leavo for a trip to Jiauai this evening. The Pacific Well Boring Com pany has struck water in thu sec ond well at Olowalu. If you want a ueat, tasty ring at a reasonable- figure, drop in at H. G. Biart's, Fort street. F. W.Glado, the Kokaha plan tation manager, leaves for home on tho W. G. Hall this evening. Jas. F. Morgan will sell the housohold furniture of the lato A. G. S. Hawes on December 1 at 10 a. in. Business of importance is the occasion of a special mooting of tho American League this even ing. Postmaster General Oat left yesterday afternoon for Kauai to examine into postal affairs on that island. Tho steamer Olandine is ex- geoted to arrive tomorrow from an Francisco with several days later nows. The air must have been pure crystal this morning, when the Maun a Loa was first reported as "off Molokai." Ono of the attorneys engaged in tho murder trial said at noon that he thought a jury would bo secured some time tonight. Toyo Jackson, the head opera tor at the telephone office, has suffered a relapse and is still in 'a bad physical condition. There were but six cases on the police court calendar this morn ing, and Judge Wilcox disposed of them in a few minutes. On the opening night of the Frawley season, the Irwin box will be occupied by American Minister Sewall and party. Thrum's book store will be closed on Friday for tho pdrpose of assorting aud arranging thoir large stock of holiday goods. Oabu plantation has levied an other 10 per cent assessment, pay able on December 10. This makes a total assessment of $45 per share. A theater party, composed of Princess Kaiulani and friends, will ocoupy one of the stage boxes at the initial performance of the Frawley season. At nine o'clock last night there was not even a noon or. oioua in the Bky, and the starlight wns so vivid that it must have affected a blind man's senaorinm. The yVarrimoo whioh sails Nov. 26 will take the last mail to reach Europe in time for Xmas. Hawaiian Xqqrb cards and colored photos make exoellont romember ances. King Bros., Hotel stroot. Oalifornia turkeys, alive and frozen, quail, teal duok, a prey, widgeons, fruits of all kinds, etc., at Gamarinos' California Fruit Market, cornor King and Alakea streets. Leave your orders now for Thanksgiving. A..Oookburn, the Eailua 'mer chant, has sent the Bulletin a goodly package ot tonacoo tear from Kona. It emits a fine aroma and will help Mr. Dimond to an swer the questions of American inquirers. Tho leaf seems to be adaptod for wrappers. A preliminary meeting of those interested in the formation of a social club on broader lines than the late HngoySooial 01 ub will be held at Charles Lind's, Nuuauu street, betwoon King and Hotel, on Thursday evening next, the 18th mat., at 7:30 p. m. An in vitation to friends of tho move ment ia oztonded. HO JURY SECURED AS YET. Continued from tet, Page. of tho motion a ropy of a letter addressed to tho Estate by Theo dore N. Hnller and other direc tors of tho bank is attached; also a cop' of a notice of a special meeting of tho shareholders to bo chlled on tho 14th of December and a copy or the form of proxy referred to in the letter of tho directors. The beneficiaries and representatives of tbo estate all join in tho petition. Mrs. Harry F. Davieou will give notice in tomorrow'a paper that sho has taken the dreen making business out of ber husband's hands. x Holiday Season! The Finest Stook Ever Shown in Honolulu. Siffl MS1 All Assortment tf 247 Cs. Ms NOW Bill 1- Opening Date Will ba Apouneed Later. WsOl, Nichols Co .Auction Bale or- On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. At the l'renilBea, King Btreet, Pnlix mu, I will Hell nt public miction, the Furnituro nnd EiTectH of the late Hrl tlsh'Conimlxaloner A. G. S. Hawes, comprising com pie to furnlHhiugH of Drawing Rooms, Bedrooms ana Dining Room, Worses and Carriages, ETC., ETC. Full particulars In future advertise ment. Premises open for Inspection on Tuesday, November 30, from 0 n. m. to 4 p. m. , JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer. 703-lt American. League. A special meeting of tho American League wm ue neiu this (Tuesday) "i;Tl T5VENING. at 7:30 n, m. liusincHH or 7 . . - , ,t.,TT Importance. .T. i. OIllVJllJ.,, Secretary. Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1807. 703-lt Also Collections of Curios Refreshing AND Healthful. Every bolng who has suflert'd from sick-hoadrtcBo caused by doMngoinont of the stomach cau uppreoiato a preparation which will ut ouco civo leliof and does not loso its effect after taking a fow doses, the result generally experienced after taking many sulino aperients. Magnesia , The conliiu' nnd rnfrpsliinp effi'ct produced by taking u dose on rising will convinoo oven the nkoptio that it is just the thing for this climate. It bus a pleasant tasto and nevor fails to act. A doso taken befoio bronkfust regu larly insure good health. Sal Tho ingredients that enter into tho composition of MAGNESIA SAL FItUTAS are Baits obtained from fruit and uro barmlcns when taken into the system. The pre paration can bo' taken indefinitely without injury. Fmtas. The silo for this pronnration has tmrnaespd all others of u simi lar nutnre. Put up in two sizes 50c. and 81.00. Don't forget tho nauQoMAGNESIASALFItUT,S. Hollister Drug Go. SOLE AGENTS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY DRESS SILKS Special Attention is Called to the Triumph. Silk A new article just received hore. Latest Styles in WOOLLEN DRESS 600DS Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Umbrellas, from the Cheapest to the Best Obtainable. Ceylon Flannels, Gents' Silk Large Assortment Jof Toys, Ktc, Ktc. Retail or to the Trade. E: W. JORDAN? No. lO Fort Street. KVKIl OFrKIIKll IS LADIES' - MUSLIN - UNDER - WEAR This "Week AT N. S. 520 Fort Street, OUIt OWN MAKi: Good muslin, well made, line trim CIIKAl'EH THAN YOU CAN MAKE THEM, 1HO DAKUAINS NIOHT Ladles' night frown, good cotton well made, only 50ot. Our 1.01) night kowii Is a. wonder, lmnihotnuly trimmed with embroidery, tucked yoke, good cotton. , KXTKAOItDINAKY VALUE IN LATHES' DRAWERS Our oOct. drawers uro exceptional value, good cotton, trimmed with em broidery and.clUHter of tucks and well made, EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN SHIRTS Ladle' Sklrtn, rullle, good cotton, oOdH. Our SI.UU skirt, with llouuce, edged with embroidery, goiMl cotton, I" flue value. LADIES' CHEMISES 3 KOR $1.00 NaT Remember this is Under Wear Week -fl jr-M--H--H--H--H"H- H H H- H--H- t The Manufacturer's Shoe Co., 2f Wholesale Shoes. jf t Sign of tits Big Shoe. Port Street. i i Shoes Galore! T Wo nre still hnrpinp; on that ono strain, ua little jt "better quality shoe I for lower prices than possiblclelsc- T T where. jt J We mean to have more shoe worth getting into J T our shoes each year. Tho $5.00 shoe of today docs X T not comparo with a little while ago; they nre better T T mado. easier and wear longor. X T We do not let a possibility for improved shoe making J T escape us. If better lasts or better leather or styloB T t' can bo had wo have thorn. Economy eveiy where ex- J? copt in quality; that keeps going up, up, ap, and our T , stock larger, larger, larger. j? "T "W" "W "W" "W "W "W "W" "W" "W "W" "W" W" r Kummerbunds. The Biggest Value iffil SACHS' : : JHLonolultd UNDEK WKAU m I hum, and you can buy tlicni JX GOWNS Jubilee Belts and a v gravis WM 'vi 9('-t : "" 'fl aw 2. f. $ r