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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 5. 180o.
i in, ii iiinniii H i hii m tm Mppiiip I ii f i'i i
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Oircus tonight at 3.
Tho Amorican Longuo moots
Y. M. C. A. orchostfa rohoarsal
at 7:30 thiflnvoning.
First lioutenant Torbort will
resign from Compnny D.
Company D did not hold its
usual moeting Inst night.
Military guards havo boon with
drawn from Nuuanu stroam.
Tho Young Hawaiinns Institute)
meota this ovoning in Fostor hall.
Docorativo painting dono to
ordor at King Bros, .llotel St.
ltiohos spring from economy;
business from advertising in tho
Tho V. II. Dimond sails to
morrow at 10 o'clock for San
U-v. O. P. Emorson contotn
j)lutos a trip to tho Stntos in tho
The Bulletin' publishes more
local nows daily than any two
papers in town.
Tho tabu on bathing in tho
harbor hns been removed by the
Board of Hoalth.
Methodist church lawn party
tomorrow at Uaaloloa lawn, after
noon nnd evening.
Only routino businoss was tran
sacted at yestorday's mooting of
tho Bonrd of Hoalth.
Anothor big consignment of
Soattlo Beor on tap at that popu
lar resort, tho Criterion.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas gave
a plonsant bathing party to a fow
friends at Wright's Villa last
J ml go Magoon was ono of
thoso who left to attond tho La
lmina term of court on tho
Annual meeting of tho Hawaii
an Ititlo Association takes place
on Saturday evoning at 7:30 in
tho Y. M. C. A. hall.
Gonrgo C. Broome has rocoived
his commission as adjutant of
tho First Rogimont. Tho rank
of captain goes with it.
Ladies' day at tho Paciiio tonnis
couits and the concert at tho Ex
ecutive building made Union
square livoly yesterday afternoon.
Tho unsightly nnd dangerous
sidowalk in front of Cowan's gro-
eery store was removed this morn-
.ingandanow ono is hoing laid.
The reception tendered by Min
ister Willis and Mrs. "Willis to
Consul-Qon.)ral Mills and brido
takes placo this afternoon at !
Tho Star's shipping roporter is
badly oft" when ho statos that tho
Coptic is due horo on Friday.
Sho should havo reached Chiua
by that timo.
Somo twouty-four vossols aro
already duo at" this port, sixtoon
of which aio bringing coal from
Newcastle Thoy will nil bo
likely to spend Christmas hero.
The crowd of mongiol dngs,
which migrated to the now fisli
inarket from thoir former quarters
at the old placo on Quoeu stroot,
nro making lifo a burden to dwol
lors in that vicinity.
Tho Y. M. C. A. monthly moot
ing takes placo tonight at 7:30
o'clock in tho parlor of the Asso
ciation. A meeting of tho board
of directors will take placo at 7
Tho New York Famo says that
a business that can't stand adver
tising is a good ono to get out of.
The Bulletin is the best adver
tising medium in Hawaii and
merchunts are boginning to find
Kamohamoha pupils of both
soxes are making great prepara
tions for the proper colobration of
Founders' day. Tho program
will consist of literary exorcises,
sports and military honors at the
Kamohamoha manual school
has recoived a band-saw from a
Connecticut manufactory.of whioh
Handicraft 8nys:"Theinuoliinois a
modol of convonionco and com
pactness, having a tilting tabic
and countor-balunqod gujdo bar,
and appliances for tho quick and
nccurato completion of work.
This Baw is designed to cut
across or with tho grain of wood
in straight or curved linos."
Thoro will ho n circus matiuoo
at 3 o'clock Saturday.
Tho Japinese acrobats give their
first performance this evoning
Pure candy for holiday use at
tho f'alaco Uandy Storo on llotel
W. S. Lueo's Christmas salo on
Saturduy will commence nt 7
J. J. Egan olsewlioro tolls how
you can got a bicyclo of your own
Tho City of Peking is duo from
the Orient tomorrow on her way
to San Francisco.
Window curtains, poles and fit
tings. Mirrows.Wall Pockets, etc.,
at King Bros., Hotel St.
Accounts duo to tlio firm of tho
lato J. T. Waterhouso aro to bo
paid bofoio January 1.
Tho Borotania Tonnis Club
mooting will bo held at 7:30 Fri
day evening at Jr. Al. U. A. hall.
Tho Art Leaguo Musicalo takes
placo this ovenuig. 1 no program
was published in yostouluy's is
sue Wirth's Australian Circus pro-
sents in this issue, an attractive
program for tho opouing per
formance. Circus postors now adorn tho
length and broadthof tho city and
tho small boy is enjoying tho
ploasures of anticipation. J
Tho Govornmont shows it hns
somo stylo about itself by laying
a new carpot in front of tho main
stairs and recarptting the stairs
up to tho last turn. j
Tho first tnudom bicyclo rnces
may bo soon on tho 1st of January.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwnro Com
pany expects a numborof Tribuno
tandem wheels on tho Austra
lia. The eroction of two additional
cottages for tho Baldwin Homo at
Molokai has heon authorized by
tho Board of Hoalth as a result
of its recent trip to tho lepor sot
tlomont. Besidonts of Waikiki want to
know what has bocomo of tho
officer for taking up ostrays on
tho roads. Horses walk aud run
at will ovor public and privato
proporty in that suburb.
Morchants should advortiso
for tho good they cun dorivo from
it, not as philanthropists, nor ns
a donation to tho newspaper, nnd
tho Bulletin is the best udvor
tising medium in Hawaii.
The pupils of St. Andrew's
Priory will givo an ontertninment
in the schoolroom on the evoning
of Docombor 21st. It will con
sist of musical recitals, tanibou
rino drill and other interesting
Mrs. Geo. E. Boardrann will
hold her annual Christmas salo nt
her rosidonce, Knpiolani and Ki
nau stroots.boginning next Thurb
day, Nov. 5. Fancy articlos of
all descriptions now rondy for in
spection. What with church socials,
Christmas entoilaiinonts, the oir
cus, Chinese and Japanese theat
ers and frequent band ooncoits,
people ought to find plonty of
amusomont even if tho Opora
House still remains m a dilapi
Chinese taro plantors petitioned
tho Board of Health yostorday to
bo allowod to rosumo planting in
the condemned patches near tho
Jnsano Asylum, but no action was
taken. Thoy will claim addi
tional damages if pormission is
Through tho kindness of J. D.
McVeigh tho inmates of tho Ku
piolanl Homo nro enjoying a pic
nic on Mount Tantalus today.
Tho children and their nurses
were conveyed to tho grounds in
bussos and a bountiful sproad
Tho man who says he doesn't
bolioTo in advertising and rofusos
to uso tho nowspapors for that
purposo gonorally advortises in
somo way or othor. Hotel regis
ters, thoater programs and such
things aro likely to havo his ad
in them. Then . ho charges what
ho pays for space in them to ad
vertising instoad of to charity or
to profit and loss, and goos on
swearing that advertising doosn't
pay, hut if ho would placo his ad
in the Bulletin ho would soon
find that advertising in a live
newspaper does pay and pay
Highest of all in Lavoning Power. Latest U.S Gov't lloport.
Prosidont Dole, attondsd by
Major Pottor and Captain Broomo,
maclo nn offioinl visit to the Ben
nington this morning nnd was ac
corded tho usual salutes.
Thoro is only one placo in Ho
nolulu whoro you can got fresh
candy ovcrydny.Tho Pnlnco candy
store cators to the best pooplo,
and you can always got what you
Tliero was a quiet weddinc
when tho schooner Aloha whs last
in San Francisco. Captain Dnbol
hns brought his bride to Honolu
lu on this trip, nnd his many
frionds nro congratulating him.
Mrs. Dabol has mado a delightful
impression on those who havo met
A. L. Morris it Co. oflVr some
thing new in tho way of Hour. It
is manufactured from Walla Wal
la winter wheat. Tho writer ro
mombors his nstoniBhmont, whon
in that part of Washington Stato,
at tho iramonso yiold and supor
fino quality of tho ceieals grown
there. The N. P. Milling Co.
turn out most oxcollont flour,
Stories about tho first circus
wo over went to nro now in order.
Said an old gontlcmon to tho re
porter today, after stating that
cirensos wore no longor any good
and that ho wns too old for such
folly, "I suppose I'll havo to go
to look after tho children. Money
would not keep that man away
from a circus, but ho hates to con
The Japanese Wonder1
TAGIZAWA -;- FAMILY
I'rum Oiika, will hold their firt jxjifoiu.
Thursday, December 5th,
At the corner of Merchant aud Itlclinrds t.
Tliee famous acrobats nrc t lie wander of
the l'Jth Century. Their feats of
Headbalancing, : Juggling,
Trapeze Work, Riding of
Bicycle and Chair Bal
ancing on Slack "Wire
Do not fall to ceo tlue urtlnU Irnni the
Thursday Evening, Dec. 5,
Mr I is CQMING
U. J AND II ip
I'erforiuuneo coinuicneoH at S o'clock sharp
Adults - fit) emits
Children - - 2.rM-unth
Hosorvi'il Seats - - 7 ft cents
bent on i.ilu nt llulldlu Wediietd.iy uller
Smith, tho bus man, wants it
known that his telophonc number
A delivory wagon on a tricyclo
attracted a good deal of attontion
at noon today.
Auctioneer Morgan is having
additional olectriu lighting nr
rnngomonts mado for tho Christ
Tho Pacific Hardware Company
exhibits a largo photograph of tho
P.truell football teams, the Aus
tralian champions of 1893.
Fort street is again boing patch
ed up. Somo of these days a nico
wood pavomout may ho espoctod
en the main streot of Honolulu.
Kananna pleaded guilty this
morning in tho police court of
assault and battery on ono Kaloi
heinna and was fined fifty dollars
Highly artistic and useful ar
ticlos aro now being mado of Ha
waiian clay. King Bros, aro solo
agents for thoso wares, samples of
which may bo seen at thoir store
on Hotel St.
In another column tho Hawai
ian Haidwaro Company calls re
no wed attontion to tho Tribuno
whoel and publishes Harry F.
Terrill's lottor referring to tho
superiority of the meohanical con
struction or the Tribuno whool.
Tribune tandems nro expectod by
the Australia and thoy will ho the
first importod hero.
DDW'T HITITE MOMENT
About the best nlace to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
5j0 i:m:iii'm; fi.
Exhibited in tho window will bo
guesses the nearest number
BIG- ZB - A.2Sa - -
"77"03:std. XDress G-oods I
Fancy plaid nnd stripo Dress Goods, doublo
width, -10 and f0 cents a yard. Solid color
Dross Goods, nil wool, doublo width nt oO
cents a yard
Serge :- Serge -: Serge
Fino all wool sorgo double vidth for ill) cents a yard. A lino as
FLANNELETTES AND FIIHXCH I'HAILLES. DO VOU11
N. S. SAOHS,
520, Fort Stroot, .-... Honolulu
Anil get your coupons nml guessing blanks.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Freo Rods and Bait I'urnishetl.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
FOR 30 DAYS
r,R lnri;e Htock
For 30 Doy nt iny btore, No. 301, Naunun streot. ono iloor innukn of King street, where
Vl will offer my eutiro (.took nt grcntly reduced piicen. Uelow I mention several
articles at marvclously low figures, l'lcnso call and bto for youncWe : a
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for - - - $1.00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for - - 1.00
Fnrwell White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - - 9 cents per yard
White Cotton, heavy, .'52 inches wide, 20 yards for - 1.00
Bleached Sheeting, 10-4, - - - 2f cents a yard
Blankets, whito with fancy borders, - G tfCIlts ft P'
French Merino, double width,
Victoria Lnwn, imo wmte,
jad Chemises, embroidered,
Mos(iuito Nett'mu, 10 yard
men s undershirts, line naiunggnn, . ior .-i.uw, worm :nj ets ea.
Whito Un laundered Shirts, linen bosom, good make, .15 ets ea.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 1J cents each, 2 for - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, mini's white, hemstitched, largo sizes, 30
Just the tiling1 for Christmas
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A lur(" Hock, vnouRh for orerjbody.
I'lneu order tarly to luture largest blrdt.
2I3MHY DAVIS & CO.
GIVEN AWAY to tho ono that
of seeds in the Pumpkin.
THE GRASS HOUSE
on linud 1 will lo'd a
all wool, - 157. ', cents ft yard
70 cents a piece
10 cents each
- $1.75 pur piece
Nuiinim Sht'cet. ono door mauko of King St.
Thanksgiving s Xga
C. W. Macfarlane
W. 0. T. U. LUNCH ROOM
I'nr l.uillis iiihI (jentliintn,
M HI Kim- .trect.
;-eri.l M II IliiiM ii. AM TO ISWj, l'iHiV
Our uttrnetlom nro .liuiue-iiiudc fitoS.Tir
cool mill rtiuui nml utl(uclor) atleiulaurv,
Tullcu U curie. IW It
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