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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 30, 1895, Page 5, Image 5',
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. I
Tomurrow is Aclvont Sunday.
Bruco Ciirtwriglit loft ou the
Ivinnu for Mnidnem.
The bnnd will play nt Emma
squaro nt 4:15 this afternoon.
James fl. Boyd and family left
on tho Kiunu yostorday for Hilo.
Olnm and fish chowdors will bo
sorved nt llio llawniiun hotol bil
liard parlor this cvoning.
J. J. Williams, the photograph
er, luis gono to Hawaii for u tour
that will Inst about vx weeks.
Tho services to bo hold at tho
various church's tomorrow aro
tabulated on nnothor page.
Behold how profit n bnlnf a
littlo iidvertisiug kindleth nrhon
tho Bulletin is used as its me
dium. J. T. Lowis, tho coffro planter,
has one of tho linuut piacni m
OhtR d'strict. Fifty acrca have
D.B.Sinitli,tlio woll-known boot
and shoo man, has gono to Llilo
on businthS. liuiul't uu tho Jviimu
A terrific kotm rain storm burst
on the town shortly nftor 2o'clook
yesterday illonu.. i.. I (.. d-mii- j
pour booinoa aniva iui. ju..i uiuu
An udiloriul nolo ou tie late
oxoroiso of the pmdon'nupowHr
B. Toz"r, who was on bmrd tho
Coptic with a valot, is wrling his
travols around tho worll for a
British mugaziue. He mw tho
best sights of Honolulu ?hilo tho
steamor was in port.
A mcrohant tolcphoncsdiroct to
bis custoinorsfor thoir tnd when
be inserts uu iidvuiUeuuiuit in the
Bulletin tho bost acvcrtisiug
medium in Hawaii.
Tho program for tho mtortain
mont to bo givon at Fstor Hall
by tho Young Hiiwaiins' Insti
tnto this ovening for tlo purpose
of raising funds for a ibnry ap
pears in another columi.
Tho San Francisco Board of
Health, at its last mooing before
tho mail left, decided thtit tbi-ro-aftor
vossels from Honolulu will
not bo subjected to deay in ordor
to pormit tho Board to pass on
thoir bills of health.
0. S. Desky has goo to Hilo
for tho purposo of miking a per
sonal inspection of to Olaa und
Kona cofibc d!,:fr!o F !"
already favorably imrosed with
tho opportunities oflVed from the
culture of tho coffee Wry.
Goorgo Manson Ml on tho Ke
auhou last night to writo up the
leper settlement for ho Bulletin.
Tho niembors of ho Bourd of
Health biid their nvited guests
expoct to loavo Iolokai at 5
o'clock this eveningand make the
return trip in less thuu G hours.
Tho alterations o tho Chinese
theatrn aro so far omplotod that
a porformunco cai bo given to
night. The gillor bus beon en
larged and fitted p with privato
boxos. It will tub nnothor week
before tho altoraions aro fully
Customs officer Charles Thurs
ton, who found th opium on tho
Claudino on Tueday, made ton
dollars very t-aJy. Ho fout.d
twenty tins contaiiug ten ounds.
Tho authorities uiv allow tho of
ficors a dollar a ouud for all tho
opium thoy discuer.
Tho threo sailcs of tho whaler
Gnyheud, monioned in this
paper tho othorday as about tp
bo nrrofated at Sn Francisco, for
trying to burnnndalso to sink
tho ship, woro rrested but wero
reloased by tb Unitod States
Commissionors,and aro reported
to intend bringig Buits for dam
ages against tt3 captain and tho
A Hindu fom on board tho
Coptic was Bhcvn Prosidont Dolo
at tho militar roviow, whon ho
asked. "Whatloes ho?" "Hois
Prosidont of to Republic," was
answered by to Bulletin repre
sentative. "Bt what is his busi
ness?" thotnrbaned stranger
asked. "Wo, ho was a luwyor,
then he becare a judge, and now
ho is Presidnt." Tho Hindu
still soemod od)arassedbut when
tho soribo fuiiior oxpluiued, "Ho
is tho boss," faint gloam of in
tolligouco paeodover tho swarthy
foatures of Inia's son.
In tho Aloha's cargo ia a
lot of guns and ammunition.
William, a negro, drunk and
disorderly, was fined $2 and costs.
Dosigns for tbo groat soaj will
bo received until noon on Mon
day. The Pioneor Building fc Loan
Association will moot Monday
Tho Sharpshooters will bogin a
six months' sorios of contests the
first of the yoar.
Apply to V. H. Pain or 0. D.
Chaso for a new cottage on Liliha
The S. S. Mount Lebanon is
advortisod to sail honco for Yoko
hama on or about Doc. 21.
Tho Wall Nichols Company in
this issue announco their oponing.
See what thoy sny.
The amateurs will bo fortunate
if next Sntudiiy's woathor
favorablo for baseball as
-, i i Mi, ,
Goyernmnnt employees will hop
nrpolv to make monpy oironlate
tins afleiuoon and evening.
C. V. Sturdevant has sold out
his Now Process stovo business to
Ciatle & Cooko
J. H. Bolstor tho roportor has
recovered from his long siego of
illness sufficiently to take easy.
Mis" S. E. Petorson, Amorican.
Boni Paakai, Kamana and Dan'
Kukahoe, Hawaiian, havo taken,
the oath to tho Republic.
Thoro was a vory successful re-
noarsai ior me x. n. i. concert
tonight at X. M. (J. A. hall yes
Mokapu, a native, got too much
gin aboard last night and found
that it cost him throe dollars bo
foro Judgo Porry this morning.
Thero was a very pleasurable
concort givon by tho Kawaiahno
Seminary girls to n largo audionce
nt that institution lust night.
Colonel McLean has issued a
letter to the troops, praising their
appearance nnd marching, and
another to Marshal Brown, eu
logizing the police in tho parade.
Ornato certificates of sorvico
signod by Prosidont Dolo and
Adjutant Genornl Sopor aro about
to bo issued to volunteors who
aided in suppressing tho January
Captain Williamson of tho bark
Oitv of Adelaide before ho sailed
wished this paper to contradict
nn itotn in tho Advertiser, stating
that somo ol hl3 sailors regarded
tho vossol as unsoaworthy.
Young Yot. a Rentloman from
tho Flowory Kingdom, found it ex
pensive to boat his broken down
horso as ho drovo along Honolulu
highways and was nssessed fivo
dollars and costs for so doing.
Lato Coast ohartors aro as fob
lows: S. S- Knhutui, whoat to
Sydnoy; German bark J. C.
Glndo, wheot to Europe; Hawaii
an bark Santiago, morohandiso to
Time camo out at two to day.
Editorially the papor makes u
kick against tho Molokai excur
sion. Advocates release of all
lho prisoners. Somo intorosting
pootry by' now contributors and a
full account of tho foot ball game,
including pictures of somo of tho
Kuhia broko rulo 25 of tho car
riago regulations, inasmuch as ho
got drunk nnd then attempted to
drivo his hack, which ho dis
covered was contrary to law. Ho
also used indecent language to
bia animal and tho passorsby.
lluhia, thoroforo, paid $25 cash
bail to the court and was con
ducted by his frionds to a placo
whero ho could sober up. After
doing so ho went down to tho
polico court and paid six dollnrs
with many expressions of ropen
tauco thrown in mununhi.
Dr. W. L. Moore of Hilo drop-
Sod in to greet his friends on tho
Bulletin a day or so ago nnd re
lated several intoresting opisodes
relative to bib exporienco while in
ohurge of tho Michigan hospitals,
Dr. Moore went through tho small
pox siego of '93 nnd at that time
was the physician in chief of the
Stato hospitals. Ho is now prac
ticing in Hilo, and ranks vory
high as a skillod practitioner,
making a spocinlty of diseases of
tho oyo nnd ear.
H'tv.' fii I'oj.
lUghost of nil in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Qov'tltoport
8T. ANDItKWS EVr.
I'cttlval of Scotland' Patron Saint
at the Tlilatle Club.
Last night being tho ove of St.
Audmw's Day and tho regular
mooting night of tho Scottish
Thistlo Club, the occasion was
colobratod by tho mombors and
somn friends, Thero was an at
tendance of moro than thirty, ami
all wero mndo glad thoy lind
come. before starting with a
program improvised a few minutes
beforehand, tho club voted tho
Salvation Arms tho uso of
tho hall Tuesday evening next for
n nominal consideration. It also
I Iiassuu u vuiu ui wi.'wik.s in Alex.
Wallace, n member just returned
frou, Sotiand, for a beautiful
8oUVonir album of Edinburgh and
a hie bunch of heather. Everv
membor and guest waR decorated
with a sprig of tho Iioutli flower so
dear to native Moots. Tho pro
Srnra wu.s a9 foU.ows refroshmonta
Opening romarks Chief Logan
Violin selections VV Emlio
Song Arch 0 Stcclo
Song V Uncllo
Recitation St Andrew's Niclit..Geo I. Dnll
Toa&t "Immortal Memory of Saint
Audrow" Chieftain Laing
Song "Sandy Macfatlano" ..Mr Mcltae
. .Thos Muck
. . .Mr Kiltcrre
Hone Goo Turner
Toast "Our Islnud Members" .Geo L Dall
Recitation TS Kay
Aftor tho foregoing had beon
gono through, Chieftain Lainc
proposed a toast to "The Press,"
to which a humorous rosponso
was givon by Mr. Konyon of tho
Indopondont, followed by Mr.
Timuions of the Star, who closed
an eloquent p.inogyric on Hobort
Louis Stevenson with a toast to
his "immortal memory." Whilo
this was being honored tho bust
of Steveusnn, who was at his doath
un honorary ohioftain of tho club,
was placed on tho chief's tublo.
Mr. Lyun of tho bark City of
Adelaido sang a song. Mr. Steele
road mi amusing description of a
St. Androw's celebration. Then
tho club sung "A Hundred Pipers"
in chorus and the meoting dis
persed with "Auld Lang Syne."
Mr. Black's ossay on Cnrlylo
was an excellont elfort and was
listoned to with close attontion
F. Horn, tho enterprising baker
and confoctionor on Hotel stroot,
has somo very protty things in the
way of choico confections, otc, in
his bIiow cases. Mr. Horn not
only makes ovory variety of bread,
pios and cakes, but has also a
largo line of French bonbons
and a number of oxtromoly hand
somo pieces of what is really nrt,
in tho way of candy. Tholutter
consists of fruit, fiower and figuro
piecos oxocnted in n manner that
dosorves spooial mention. Mr.
Morn has been in business hero
for forty yours and has alwavs
beon nn omiuent cateror in
his lino. His on hns thoroughly
learned tho trado and now rolioves
the veteran. Mrs. Horn has made
a specialty of lino gtinvn jolly.
m 9 m
Ilnunlliiii IlUtorlciil .Socloly.
Presidont Dolo prosidfd nt tho
annual meeting of tho Hawaiian
Historical Society nt tho Y. M. C.
A. building Inst nicht. Prof.
Aloxandor, corresponding secre
tary, reportod that littlo had boon
done the past year, owing to poli
tical and sanitary disturbances.
G. P. Castlo, treasurer, roportod a
balance of $301.30 in tho funds.
MissBurbank, librarian, told of
work done and Buggostod cortain
things that ought to bo dono. A
paper by M. M. Gower of New
Haven wns road, describing his
voyago to tho islands in 1858-9
and subsequent residenco hero.
Miss Tenira Henry road a paper
on Tahiti, which proved highly
:- Dr. Russel, -:
QHico, Masonic Building.
Hour: -:- U-Jl om, !!-5 jun. : Teli-phoue 4SI.
ltt'ilili'iice IlnHiiliau Hotel.
KingBris. rccoivod sovon tons
of Art goods by tho last stoaraor.
Another big consignment of
Seattlo Beer on tap at thot popu
lar rosort, thoCriterion.
KingBros hnvo over 20,000 feet
of picturo mouldings from which
thoy are making franios nt Frisco
Send sotnothing Hawaiian to
your frionds abroad this yoar.
Those water and oil color cards
that King Bros, havo aro just tho
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cott- go No. 100. Alnkon
street, telepliDiio N'o. 015. Office
hours 9 A m. to -1 imi.
Kaia, a nativo, plead guilty of
assault and buttery in Judgo Por
ry's court this morning and was
fined S25 and costs. Kaia and
his frionds had a email-sized pili
kia over drinks whioh rosultcd in
tho usual row, during the progress
of which ho maaagod to b.ittor up
the facos of one or two of his
(formorly) boon companions.
For Sale at the
NEW FISH YIECET
H?" Inquire at
C. II. .TI.IILF.'M Snlinoli Stall.
DOBIT Ht$TiTE MOMENT
About tlic best place to buy
i i:i,i:i'H"m: m,
1 17-t r
IIKADOF llKIU' OATTLB.
bale ill lotH to hUlt.
Kuliuku, Kitu, llawuii.
CINE LACK HOltSK, l'EHFECTLY
I Kouml. Aiijilyto
A large flock, enough for everybody.
1'laec orders early to Insure largeit birds.
H3NRY DAVIS &S?.C0.
yi'fcwMV. ittmnfli. .i,'h.iwiwiih.
520, Fort Street,
And get your coupons.
Waist Patterns, French Chnilles
ly Inspection solicited.
Exclusive and Attractive.
JtfV''SKtrMIMMlMI ik 'WW,,!'
Froo Rods nnd Bnit Furnished.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
FOR 30 DAYS
Ilnviog ft largo stock
lor J0 Dy at my store, No. 301, Nnnnnu street, one door maukn of Kiuk street whero
I will offer my ntiro stock nt prtntly icdnccd priceB. Helow I mention Bevc'ral
articles nt mnrvelously low figuruH. l'leaso call nnd bco for yourselves :
Brown Cotton, jood value, 22 ynrds for - SI. 00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for - - "" 1.00
Farjvcll White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - - 9 cents per j'ard
Whito Cotton, heavy, 32 inches wide, 20 yards for - 1.00
Bleached Sheeting, 10-4, - - - 25 cents a yard
Blankets, whito with fancy borders, - 90 cents a pair
French Merino, double width, all wool, - - 37., cents n yard
Victoria Lawn, fine white, 70 cents a ')icco
Lad Chemises, embroidered, - - - 40 cents each
Mosyuito Netting, 10 yard pieces, - . $1.75 per piece
??'' s U'uershirts, lino balbriggan, 3 for 1.00, worth 50 cts ea.
Into Unlaunderod Shirts, linen bosom, good make, 45 cts ea.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 15 cents each, 2 for - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, men's white, hemstitched, lar'o siefc 30
Just the tiling fbr Christinas
ALMA COTTAOK, AT WA1KIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a hcach lot.
STORE TO LET, KIKG STIHXT NKAK
Fort. Apply to
EI). WESTMAl'EK" HEUI.IN IIP.
flt'llt 1'lullO 111 I'tpi'lltllt enuditlnn will lit
sold cheap. Ad(tns, X,
l3S-t( lIlTIXKTIN Olllce.
ladvs im.vcr.Lirr. 0wxr.1t can
hmu huiuu liy calling nt thuIluu.irriN ofllco,
liO!) King stiift, nnd paying for this Adver
-WILL II R-
c? a r-47
Our New GomU nn niw opened.
T77"oa:stcL IDsess Ca-ocd.s I
Jot Front, Jut Trim
THE GRASS HOUSE
EE1B & AEV1E,
on bnnd 1 will hold n
Nuiiuim Streeet. 0110 door iunuka of KiDg St.
mjRINOSlV ABSENCE FIIOM THE RE
puhlic of Hawaii. Chanp Jack Knn will havo
charge under l'ower of Attorney of all the
huslm.a aud uilalrs of the firm of Wine Mow
ebn. YOUNO C11EE,
r, . , ., , . ... WIN0 M0W CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nor. 11, 8t. U7ww
TJj&nkggivinii S ag.
C. W. Macfarlane