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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22. 1895
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. 11. II. Hold is now locntoil
J. W. Jones is Buffering with a
Football practice this uftomoon
nt -1:30 at Makiki.
Tho Kilohana Art Loiguo rooms
nro now open to tho public.
Gcurgo Dounisou and wifo nro
making n tour of this island.
T. S. Douglass wns n passenRor
on tho J. A. Cummins this trip.
Knhuku Hoy will tako part in
o Now xonr b any rnoos.
Wildes is tho
of tho U. S. S.
Tho tax appeal board is In ses
, Rion this afternoon in tho District
Court room. t
Tho Bcretaniii streot tenuis
courts nro uudorgoing ropnira nnd
Durrant is soutonced todny un
less nnothor hitch shall hnvo oc
curred. Hurry Gillig nnd Frod Ungor,
tourists wll known in this city,
nro to wintor horo.
HonryR. Maefurlano, proprietor
of Ahuimnuu dairy ranch, is in
town, looking hnlo nnd hearty.
Tho new Mothodist chnpel is
rapidly assuming shape. Tho
rafters are going up today. "
I Kobiiln stockholders will hnvo
I their postponed annual meeting
on Wednesday nt 10 n. m.
Tho Kamohanioha School boys
woro nil ut tho wharf yestorduy
nfternoon to say good-byo to Mr.
13. C. Mncfurlnno brought homo
n well-duvoloped caso of grippe,
which keeps him in his room at
tho Hawaiian hotel.
Loloknlnni has finnlly won n
raco on the Bay District trnck,
Sun Francisco. Fivo-oighta of a
mile time 1:02J.
Tho Second Battulion of tho
National Guard will tuko posses
sion of Union Squaro tonight for
K. Mimashi hns boon officially
recognized by tho Hawaiian For
eign Offico ns secretary of tho
Charles Creighton hns already
buckled on his legal harness nnd
is ready to tako caro of any legal
business entrusted to bim.
Professor Ingalls of Punahou
is getting tho best of a bud attack
of grippe which hns confined bim
i to his room for tho pnst wook.
i Commissioner Mursden's ofTorts
hnvo resulted in nn improvement
in the looks of Thomas squuro,
and tho good work is still going
Thoro will bo a mooting of the
Council of State next Monday.
The subject of purdons for tho re
maining political prisonors will
probably como up.
Late exchanges say that tho
only thiug which O3capod tho re
cent Republican uvaluucho in tho
United States wns tho Tammany
tiger in New York city.
Largo numbers of infants and
children, with a few grown-up
pooplo t look after thorn, enjoy
ed the band concort ut Thomas
squaro yesterday afternoon.
Potor Pnskel has boon appoint
ed teacher of tho now school to be
opened at YVnialua? Molokni, and
Miss Camara has been appointed
to tho lutluaaka school.
Tho Amorican Loaguo laid ovor
,, tho mattor of final action in tho
caso of delinquent mombors last
night until Decombor 7th. A re
solution was adopted asking tho
government to suspond tho sen
tences of tho romuining political
Mrs. G. W. Pigman, wife of tho
commander of tho Bennington, is
inRiohmond, Virginia, where hor
daughters are boing educated.
Airs. W. P. Elliot, wifo of Liou
tenant Elliot of the same Bhip, is
at the Occidental hotel, San Fran
cisco. A Victoria dispatch Bays that
Captain F. D. Walkor's claim
ngninst tho Hawaiian government,
for $5000 for wrongful detontion
ns a suspoot during tho revolu
tionary oxcitement, will bo pre
sented in tho form of a petition to
tho British Government by Bar
rister Frank Higgius of that
evser water iih a
is without an equal.
William II. Hooch
dnughtor, born yostordny.
Lito telegraphic items will be
found on tho inside pages.
Smith, tho bun man, is having
stables built ntKnlihi.
J. J. Williams will tako a trip
to the big islund in tho near fu
ture. Tho Hawniinn Historical So
ciety's third nnnunl report hns
Ahi, n furniture makor on Nuu
nnu streot, hns n card olsowhoro,
which see for yoursolvos.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ogilvio hnvo boon
appointed principal and nssislnut
of tho Hauuln school.
A Govornmont night school will
be opened in tho Fort street build
ing ou January Gth.
Tho hpnring of tho ombozzlo
inont chargo against Albert Lucas
has boon set for tho 2Gth.
vncation in tho
piblio scIiooIb will commonco on
Docember 20th and ond on Jan
uary Gth. I
Soo notico olsowhoro of lawn
party to bo givon by tho Lndies'
Aid Society of the Mothodist
Ono Hawaiian nnd one Amori
can drunk left tho usual three
dollurs each with Judgo Perry's
clork this morning.
Honolulu mfcdicos met nt Dr.
McGrow's offico last ovening and
perfected the constitution of tho
Honolulu Medical Sooioty.
Tho next tonohors' oxamina
tions will take, place ut Wuiluku,
Lihuo, Ililo and in this city on
tho 3d nnd -1th of January.
Y. M. O. A. orohostrn practicod
last night and quito n crowd of
pooplo gathered on tho streot to
hoar tho choice music.
The Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany has ten hoys' and girls' bicy
clea which they will
before Christmas or
Nakai plondod guilty boforo within forty-eight hours there
Judge Perry this morning of linv- "1 lur
ing oho fa tickots in his posses-1 Tho stockholders of tho Kuhu
sion nnd Was fined $75 uud costs jU pinntntion hold their nnnunl
of court. meoting at tho offico of E.O. Hull
At n meeting of tho Board of &3Qn la morning nnd eleptod
ot tho Hoalaui Xnclit """" "" n j"i "
at Club hold yosterday '? Aicxanaor xoung, pro-
, Charles Horrick was """! ,""" 9 asuo, vico-piv-
as tho club's captain. ? "?."li u uouo' lveB"r' v-,
. . , i nun, secretary, ami w. 1'. Alien,
P. Lacnzotte, who arrived on nuditor. Tho i.lmvo nn.iRtitnln tin,
tho Mariposa yestorclny and is Board of Dirootors.
stopping at tho Hawaiinn hotel, I , , , ,,,... ,
is a member of a well-known firm . Prof- C?k ow of this city and
of tobacco manufacturers at Ha-. Y'c V P81",-'"1 , ot t National
vana Cuba. ! Mubio loaohors Association, with
TT' .. '. , , .,, ,, i his daughter. Miss May Cook, at
Hoopn pleadod guilty of lar- tonded tho annual meeting held
cony in tho fourth degreo this in St. Louis tho first wot k in Jul v
morning in stealing twonty-sevou
gunny books oi ino aggrrgato
I i - .
vaiuo ot 'M.jo and will occupy
quurtors on tho reef for tho noxt
Ono of tho Fort streot school
buildings is to be moved a fow
feet within a day or two, so ns to
get ono corner of it oh" land that
is now only loased as a play-
1 nil. .
i .:n .
grouuu. mo eneroacnnioni was
inndvertontly committiod in mnk-
ing an addition to tho building.
as mo result ot a light m a '
Nuuunu streot saloon botweoui
two sailors of the bark II. Hack
fold, ono of thorn is in tho hos-'
nihil and will nrobablv loan tlin
sight of ono oyo, which wns nearly '
gougod out by his opponent's
thumb during tho fracas. j
A fine aBsortmont ol attractive uowors at his salosroom, Quoou
litoraturo for the schools is boing nud Fort stroots. Tho articles wero
S!ckilb;rou8us.:' isk - , --, --. -
history, botany, otc, in boautiful s0100"0"'" tho best consorva
print, which will be invaluable in torios in town. Thoro will ho a
the teaching of English and the grand display, and Mr. Luco will
imparting of usoful knowledge.
Muoh of Judgo Perry's timo wns
takon up this morning with the
examination of Miss Ida Davis,
charged with disobodionce to hor
parents. At tho conclusion of the
tostimonv tho Court continno.l
tho caso for further hoaring, nnd c'ty fr tho ovont, and comfortable
tho parties will probubly adjust accommodation will be provided
their differences in tho meantimo. i lor tno ladios.
, , , . , ' Further notico will bo civon of
A prominent business man said botL tbose sales by adrortisments
yesterday, whilo in conversation i J "
Snnr" "ST T Tho District of Columbia, not
paper: "I do not wish to run i0luaine tbo Government build
down vournubbcation.but. to tnv s .,.. . .
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personal Knowiouge, tno bulletin
uua orougni mo luiiyjijiy percem,
morn hnninPRH. dnrinrr tlin nnnf.
a business, during the past I
f days, than any other advor-
i modium in Honolulu.
afciMUfaiiiftii'iH-il 1 1 " hfe,, .i.. ,Sitlriir?jkW
Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
Four days more will enl tho
Bulletin Bicyclo Contojt.
Tho winnor of tho Bulletin
bicyclo will recoivo a handsomo
Tho inquest into tho causo of
donthnfMrs. OoorgoBarkor is bo
ing hold this afternoon.
Much sympathy is expressed
for Goorg Barker over his sud
Tho ordor of services and meet
ings for the Anglican Synod
which mcots nest wook appears in
Tho bark Don Adolfo nnd hor
storos will bu sold bv tho Marshal
on Wednosdav next.
in another column.
H. M. Dow, clerk of tho Mar
shal's office, is confined to his
houso with a sovcro attack of
malarial fover. Ho is nttendod
by Dr, Cooper.
Chnrlos B. Wilsin had socured
tho names of 137 prominent mer
chants and professional men nt
noon todny for his petition to tho
Presidont and Cabinet asking for
clomency for political prisonors.
Prof. Aloxandor contributes to
the annual report of tho Hawaiian
llistoricil Society a brief sketch
of tho life of Kamohanioha V.,
"Lot," who died Docombor 11,
1872. Tho pnpor is preliminary
to a longer ono on tho same
monarch by It. A. Lyman.
Captain Barber of tho bark II.
Hackfold wns found guilty of n
misdomonnor this morning by
Judgo Perry nnd fined $10 nnd
costs. Tho oantnin'H nftHnsn nnn-
sistod in not notifying the Mnr-
8mi 0f tiie il080rtion of ono of his
crew namod Edward Donahue
----, w., vvu ,-
ju&i, nuuro iuibs vjuok gave a reci
tal on tho ovoninc of Julv 4th. of
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Anuklos Musical Iloviow
said: "May Cook of Portland,'
Oregon, who, though sho oamo
unheralded, won a host of udmir
ors by her roully magnificent pi ty
ing, whioh abounded in delicacy
and oxprossion and proved hor an
artist of tho first rank." The
Musical Courior of N. Y. said.
"victor at tho piano was Misi? May
i-ook ot rortland, Orogon.'
Two 'Iri'nla In Slc.ro ut .Salcirooniof
IV. ,N, Luco.
J1()d a sale of
at 10 o'clock W.
ferns, plants uud
bo pleased to see tho ladios como.
On Saturday fortnight Mr.
Luco will hold a great
evening silo for Christmas. Ho
will sell toys, rugs, lnoa curtuiiiB,
Christmas novelties, etc. Tho
store ill bo lighted with oloctri-
,n pa nnn nun no WOrKH. HUH nil
of 99 ,401,787,
,.. . r . ,
. -"uoao ibioiu, in proportion to
fl!z? an.d P,Pul,lt,n, s among tho
richest of our commonvvoaiths,
boing asaossod nt $252,500,073.
in proportion to
v . . (iiiinu.a T. t in ti niniitn ni w n
Oorco Itarker Found Dead In
About 9 o'clock this morning
Mr3. Goorgo Burkor was found
doad in her bod nt hor residonco
on Kukuilano. Her husband loft
her h1 coping ut n littlo boforo 7
o'clock when ho wont to his work
ut tho Honolulu Iron Works.
Other parties living in tho houso
visited her room when sho did
not got up ut tho usual hour, but
as sho was still sloepiug they did
not uwakon her. At 'J o'clock sho
was found to bo dead. A tele
phono messigo was sent to tho
Marshal's offico and Dr. Emorsou
soon afterwards made an oxuminu
t'on of the body but could givo
no opinion us to tho cause of
death, nlthough it wns presumed
to be from hoatt disease
The deceased was found in a
natural and oisy position nnd her
doath must have been painless.
Sho had boon ailing for a few
days with it bad cold, but other
wife was as woll as usual.
Dr. Emerson reported the facts
to Coroner Hitchcock but that
ollioial had not determined nt 1:30
whether it wns necessary to hold a
post mortem examination nnd
inquest or not.
Tho funoral will tako placo nt3
o'clock tomorrow ntteruoon, tho
arrangements beiug undor tho
chargo of 0. E. Williams it Son.
Sinoo tho abovo was in typo
Corouor Hitchcock hns ordorod
n jury summonod for an inquest
to bo hold ut 2 o'clock this after
noon. Young Ilawalluim' Institute.
The initial lecturo of a monthly
sories rocontly inaugurated by tho
Young Hawaiians' Instituto was
givon by W. O. Wcodon last night
on tho "Lifo and Character of
the Duko of Wellington." Tho
locturo was listouod to with mark
ed nttontion by tho largo audi
onco piesont. Several nativo songs
woro rendered during the ovoning
nnd Mr. Wilcox added n short
t ilk on early Hawaiian history.
Ccutral Union Moclnl,
Tho ladies of tho Central Union
church, to tho nutnbor of soventy
fivo, gave another social in tho
school room of the church last
ovoning. MIrh Knto Fiold of the
Chicago Times Herald was pre
sent. Tho room was prottily de
corated with flowers and ferns.
During tho ovening Miss Graco
Richauls and Miss Kato Kleininc
favored tho nudionco with songs,
Gus Murphy with a recitation
and Miss Lilian Lovo with a piano
solo. Refreshments wero after
I Tlio Kulnknun Hun.
Tho Kalakaua Monument Assn-
I Ration has mado public tho fol
lowing stntomont 6f its accounts :
"Amou'it 0!l8h received from
subscrihoj to funtl for Kalakaua
bust, S11J03; ;uterost nllowod by
M. P. Robinson, 147.25 total,
2050.2C. Cost ox subscription
book-, printing, ndvori.'81"Bi etc,
!flC0.23; amount pnid Allb'n Hut
chinson for bronzo bust, $ip00;
total expenditures, $2050.25. "
iho accounts bulunco and there
nro no dobts, honce tho work of
the Association may be considered
If you feol out of sorts, call nt
iho Critorion and try our rofresh
tng Seattle Boor on draught.
A. J. Dorby. D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottogo No. 100, Alakoa
stroet, telephone No. Old Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4? p.m.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts por night $1, and
I1.2C por week.
City Carriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hock with good horso and oaro
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
oornor of Fort and Alerchnnt
istrcetB. Ilaok aUall hours.
UP TO DATE
620, Fort Streot,
Ladies' Worsted Suitings!
A VERY CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TIIE VERY
Ikatest Dress WI&teE'i&Xs
With Trimmings to Match.
Ladies' Silk "Waist Patterns
Now DcsigiiB, and Only Ono of n Kind.
Jet Fronts and Spangled Fronts.
These are ontirely now nnd make a rich wnist trimming.
Buttons! Buttons! Buttons!
Don't Fail to Soo tho New Stylo Buttons).
BOur stock of
Imported Hats and Bonnets
Will nrrivo on tho
Exclusive and Atti'active.
Frco Rods and
GET OFF THE TRAM
DOB'I HITJTE MOMENT
About tlic l)ct placo to buy f
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
yinn h had or beef cattle. rOJ!
c.ilo in lots to suit.
Knliukn, Hull, Hawaii.
CINll DtAoii HOUSE, l'EUFECTLV
T Bound. Apply tc
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
SPECIALLY FATTENED '
t ros 2
A lnrg flotlc, onouRU for eyerybody.
rice orilers early to Insure UrRett.birds.
HENBY DAVIS &-JC0.
WMniW THE GRASS HOUSE
' !. OJ'-.
mwM Jz$3 lit
7: 7 i'jrwmrtv 'U
Austrnlin tin . -,.';.
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
Owing to the dolny in
tho completion of tlio
Von Holt building, I
lmvo concluded to
open temporarily on
Dec. 2nd, the store
formerly occupied by
W.E. Foster on Fort
street, for tlio sale of
goods suitable for the
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