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EVENING "BULLETIN, DEOEMBEK 11. 1895.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J Junaucso ncrobnts at 8.
J Tho steamship Alameda is duo
Soo tho grand new announce
ment of Wnth's oircus.
i Charles Nolson has roignsod
from tho rnountou ponco.
Company D holds its usual
mating and drill this ovening.
tfho Board of Health will hold
its weekly session this afternoon.
Tho U. S. S. Baltimoro may bo
ospootod from China in a day or
W. IL and C. A. llico loft for
Kauai by tho Miknhala yostor
day. Scptembor bills against tho
government aro to bo paid noxt
.1. A. Qomos, tho jowoler, may
occupy tho !romi03 to bo vacated
by J. A. Martin.
Tho drill nud pnradoof tho First
Battalion attractod much atten
tion hist evening.
Tho coat of tho repairs and ad
ditions to tho Honolulu Library
lias fooled up $5,882 99.
Tho funeral of tho Into Mrs.
Horaco Crubbo wns largely at
tended yestorday afternoon.
Two desortors from Ewa plan
tation huvo boon sont to the roof
on sentences of sis months' in
prisomnont. (r. P. Savorin will assurao Mr.
Mjirfdon's duties as inspoctor of
plants during tho Iattor s absonco
Thoro was no session nf the
District Court this morning, out
of respect to tho memory of Jus
Medoiros & Co., the tailors in
tho Arlington block, ndvertiso a
splendid lino of new suitings for
Mombers of Co. D., N. G. H.,
aro ordorod to ropnrt at tho drill
shod this ovening at 7:30 for drill
and business mooting.
James Lylo, manager of tho
Murino Railway, attained his
sixty-first birthday today, blessed
kvith hoalth and vigor.
An advorliBoment is tho best in
dication of businoss courago, and
tho Uuxu:tin is the best adver
tising medium in Hawaii.
Tho last stoamcr brought for
King Bros tho largest and finest
assortment of Pictures and fram
ing mutorials ever imported.
Don't forgot tho concort at
Kauraakapili church on Saturday
for iho Lepers' Christmas. Tickets
aro Tan sulo at tho loading stores.
Circus matinco at 3 o'clock this
aftornoon with an ontiro change
of program. Tho ovening perfor
rnanco commences at 8 us usual.
Captain Broomo ond Lieute
nants Schaofer and Johnston havo
been nppointod an examining
board for non-commissioned ofli
cors. Dai Nippon has n card in to
day's issuo calling attention to
the new Jnpaneeo art goods and
Bilks recently roceivod from tho
Miss Crane, who ha3 been visit
ing ut Dr. McGrew's for Bevon
months past, leaves for her home
in San Francisco by the Alameda
Miss Cahill has received a lot
of now novelties by tho Australia,
ospocially in sailor hats. Tho
'Frisco hat is a dainty ono und
l.Tho great garao of football on
thanksgiving day botwoon tho
Stanford University and the Uni
versity of California toams ended
in a draw.
Mr. Montgomery, tho children
of tho troupoand othor perforators
in Wirth'B circus woro given a
fino rido in Jim Dodd's jaunting
City Carriugo Co.. J. S. And.
itado, manager. If you want a
haok with good horse and caro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Hack ut ull hours.
A good deal of work is being
tlouo on tho sohoonor Robert
Lowers. Sho has boon on tho
Marino Railway a wook today,
nud will bo thoro nnlil Saturday
or Monday. Tho vossel is boing
4v HtroiiKtliouou witn tno acicution
, of aister keol
keulKOtm throughout hor
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Parsons Smith's familiar faco is
seen along tho watorfront ngiiu.
A notice to taxnavors appears
in tho "By Authority" column.
Commssionor Marsden left by
tljo Iwalani for Hamakua at noon
Pure candy for holiday uso nt
tho Palaco Candy Storo on Hotel
W. A. Cornwall and W. H.
Bickard left for Hawaii today by
Matorials for making Tissuo
paper flowers, lamp shades, etc
King Bros, Hotel St.
Major Potter is making nrrange
monts for tho funoral of tho late
Justico Bickorton, to tako placo
at 2 o'clook tomorrow.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
stroet, telephono No. G15. Oflico
hours 9 a.m. to -1 p.m.
Mary Scott Cartor, by her at
torney, A.W. Cartor, has filed an
nppoal against tho ordor and de
oroo in tho Carter ostnto caso.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and CO conts por night- $1, nud
1.25 por week.
Tho last mail to take Xmns
groctings to Europo and America
this year, will loavo horo Doc Gth.
Soo what King Bros havo in the
way of cards for the purposo.
A woll-fillod houso grootod tho
performances of manager Evans'
acrobats last night. Tonight and
tomorrow night uro reserved for
Tho canvas was handsomely'
rlnnnrrttnil with flnrra nrwl linnnora
at the circus last ovening, as a
complimont to Prosident Dolo
who was prosont with frionds.
Tlmre is onlv one nlnno in TTn.
nolulu where- you can got fresh
candv overvdav.Tho I'alacocandv
store caters to tho best pooplo,
nnn you can niways got wnai you
Owing to the death of Justice
Bickerton, tho band concert at
tho Executive building this after
noon will bo dispensed with, as
well as tho Thomas Squaro con
cort tomorrow aftornoon.
Tho quarantined Ohineso labor
oas havo boon assigned as follows:
Meier & Kruse 30, Laupihoohoo
Sugar Co. 13. Wniakoa Mill 10,
Haiku Sugar Co. 15, Paia Planta
tion 5, and Pauuhau Plantation
30. Total 109.
Professor Brigham donios tho
"yarn" concerning his roported
trip to the States for tho purpose
of establishing n mammoth tropic
al aquarium, etc. The BULLETIN
took no stock in it and honoe it
was not mentionod in these
Prosident and Mrs. Dolo and a
party consisting of E. P. Dole,
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Sosser, Colonel V. F.
Allen, Professor Scott, Drs. Day
and Wood and Mr, and Mrs. Gil
man, attended Wirth's oircus last
evening on spocial invitation of
Tho entrance to the Judiciary
Dopurtraent is draped with
mourning, and a notice is postod
up announcing that tho courts
will bo clnsod tomorrow out of
respoot to the momory of Justice
Biokorton. "Whito and black
crnpo is hung on tho door of tho
lato Justice's room.
Tho entertninmeut for tho Lepers
"Merry Xmas" takos placo in the
Kaumakapili church on next Sat
urday ovoning, commencing at 8
o'clock. The program is not a
long ono but it will be decidedly
interesting, and on this occasion
the church should bo orowdod, as
tho object is ono that nppoals to
all. Tickots aro fifty cents and
can bo obtained at tho news stores,
also at tho ohuroh door the ovon
ing of tho ontortainment. Fol
lowing is tho program as far as
1. Urgin Solo Overture Clark
U. Kumle In C .KuuconUr
Nuuanu Sextette Club.
3. Song "Ilecauiu I lovo yon, dear"..lliiwley
Mlaa Kularoauu Ward.
4. Violin Solo Concerto Do 1'trlot
6, Bong Selected
Mlit Kate Field.
(1. Corn Bong In Costume
Knivala!io ticinlnary Cliorut,
7. I'lano Holo Montguurd Kalkbreuuer
Mlm Alice llice.
K. Btlectloni on Hand Hill
Annntrnug Smlth'a Puplli.
Aloha Oe-llawall 1'ouol.
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Higho3t of all in Leavouing Power. Latest U.S Gov't lloport.
THE DKAD JURIST.
ArraiiEements For tlio Funeral To
The funeral arrangements of tho
lnmontod Justico Biokorton aro
under tho supervision of Uinistor
Cooper of tho Foreign Oflico. Tho
fnneral will tako place from the
deud jurist's Into residenco nt
Waikiki, Rov. Alex. Mackintosh
Tho funoral will bo offioiol and
semi-military in its characlor and
tho romuins will bo escorted from
Waikiki to tho Nuuanu cemetory
by a procession of whieh the
following is tho mder:
OI1IIEU OP I'ltOCE-MON.
Platoon or Police under Captain Porker.
Companies E anil F, 1st Itcclmcnt, Under
i Command of Mnjor Joncn.
Pall Ucarcra In Carriages.
President Dole and Aide.
Members of Cabinet.
Justices of Supreme Court.
Members of the liar.
Tho pall boarors have not yet
boon announced, although Min
ister Cooper has invited a num
bor nf prominent gentlemen to
officiate ns such.
Per. S. S. Australia
HATS ami NOVELTIES
ZFOIES : S-A-LB I
At tlio head of I.llllm and Wjlllo strceta.
Tho only available large traet of laud neur
Honolulu. A beautiful view of the city and
harbor and as cool as a fresh mountain breere
can make it.
000 ACKE3 OK COFFEE LAND
In tho center of the dUtrlet of Kona, Hawaii,
partly under culthatloii.
COFFEE AND TAKO I.ANP3
at Kahakuhm, Maul.
A IIUIMNO. LOT
for store or rcnlduucu nt Laualna, .Maul, near
KONA, HAWAII, LAND
In plceeaof Iroin 1 to 4 acre.
Jlntum for rent In varloua parti of Die city
and furiiUlied houiea at Waikiki and at tlm
Ileal Estate, CnmmUilou AluturaiiccAKCUt.
iT'iiiM i nil in' niliilnil
Tho now Sailor Hut, very chio.
Go and see them nt
avxiss uaniii s.
iHUUKVUU 1IIUUIV, i l lUlV4 LJhlCUl. I -KTtt
fr l5 CQMINO
A AN0 ITF
A CA TAGIZAWA -:- FAMILY
Attention Co. D.
aumohy co. n, x. u. n.
December 11th, 1895.
DHVKUY MEMnEIt OF THIS
command h hereby ordered to
report nt tlio Drill Shed This
(Wodwsday) EVENING, Doo. lltli, nt 7:30
o'clock for buslnoHi meeting and drill.
White trowRors nnd legaingH.
No excuso except ulakncai.
J. L. TOHBEUT.
175-1 1 Lieutenant Commanding
DOW'T Hi$TTE HOftJEHT
About tliu best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
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ti:m:iiiom: 1 1 1 .
THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER Ull,
1 Takirawa Clilgoklchl In his lamoua rope
a Taklzawa Koklchl In tho world renown
ed pole and busln juggling.
3 Taklzawa Drnthera In tlulr wonderful
long distance tub Juggling.
4 TakUawa Chlkoklchl In wonderful teats
of ball rolling.
5 Taklzuwa Koklchl In hU rernarkable
umbrella balancing act.
UTakazaw a Chlkoklchl In his cloth Jug
7 Taklzawa In his wonderful bamboo
8 Koklchl In a marvcloua framo balauclug
U-Takljiwa Clilgoklchl In hU original ball
Do not full to eu thexo artists from the
Till Wednesday ETcniiur.Ueceiiihcr nth.
rcnortnanco eommencea at 8 o clock Hliarp.
Adults ----- f)0 conts
Children - - - - 2.r conts
ltoHorved Scats - - - 75 cents
lf" Heats mi sntuat building Friday uflcr
noon. Tm i-ilnyn, Viilneda)aaud Tliurmlajt
rcseru'd for white people, Satunlay Mntlntu
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Exhibited in tho window will bo
guossos the nearest number
"Toxstod. IDress 3-ood.s I
Fnncy plaid nnd stripe Dress Goods, double
width, -10 nnd 50 conts a yard. Solid color
Dress Goods, all wool, doublo width at 50
conts a yard
Serge :- Serge -: Serge
Fino nil wool sorgo doublo width for 5)0 cents a jard. A iino as
FLANNELETTES AND FUENCII CILULLES. DO YOUJl
520, Fort Stroot, .
And get your conpom
Exclusive and Attractive.
Freo Eods nud
GET OFF THE TRAM
FOR 30 DAYS
g a largo stock on hand 1 will hold a"
.. CLEARANCE SALE :.
For 30 Days nt my storo, No. 301, Nuuanu street, one door maukn of King street where
I will offer my ontiro stock at greatly reduced pria.11. IJelow I mention several
articles at morvelously low figures, l'leaso call and sec for yourselves :
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for $1.00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for - - i.oo
Farwcll White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - - 9 cents per yard
Whito Cotton, heavy, 32 inches wide, 20 yards for - j.oo
Bleached Sheeting, 10-4, - - - ofi cents a yard
Blankets, whito with fancy borders, - 90 cents a pair
French Merino, doublo width, all wool, J - 07 cents a yard
Victoria Lawn, fino white, ... 70 cents a piece
Lad Chemises, embroidered, - - - 40 cents each
Mosquito Netting, 10 yard pieces, - - $1.75 per piece
Men s Undershirts, fine balbriggan, 3 for $1.00, worth 50 cts ca.
Whito Unlaundered Shirts, linen bosom, good make, 45 cts ea.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 15 cents each, 2 for . - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, men's white, hemstitched, largo sizes, 30
Just the thing for Christmas
A large Hock, enough for everybody.
Place orders early to insure largest birds.
II3NRY DAVIS & CO.
GIVEN AWAY to tho ono thnt
of seeds in tho Pumpkin.
nnd guessing blaukx.
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
301 Nuuonn Strceet.one door nianka of Klrg St,
Tfj&nkggiving 2 X51&&
C. W. Macfarlane
W. O.T. D. LUNCH ROOM
Kor Lsdles and (icntlcnicn,
At HI King ttrcct.
23TI.UM-II nioM H;30 a.m to 1:30 r. m.
Our attraetloiu atu lioino-mado fund,
nul neut room and natlihulory attendance.