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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 14. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sara Nowloin and wife aro in
Qoncort at Kuumaknpili church
tonight at 8.
Tho Hall brought 421 bags of
cofl'eo this trip.
W. H. Cornwell is book again
from a quiok trip to Maui.
Band concort at Emma squaro
as usual, if it doos not rain.
Mrs. and Miss MoWayno camo
up from Hawaii on yestorday's
Nigel Jackson will inaugurate a
ten-cont parcols dolivory on Mon
day. James F. Morgan bns returned
from a visit to his coilVo planta
tion on Hawaii.
Rev. Mr. Garvin w ill pronoh at
botli sorvicos of tho Christian
"Watch tho window of the Tem
ple of Fashion for ChristmiiB no
volties on Monday.
A. G. M. Bobortson will dofond
Undorwood and Sheridan, charg
ed with conspiracy.
20,000 foot of tho very latest
styles of picturo mouldings at
King Bros, Hotel St.
It. F. Lango and J. II. Boyd
woio among tho returning paBsen
gorsby tho stoamur Hull.
Thoro was a slight shock of
earthquako at Hilo on Tuesday
morning just before noon.
At tbo Y. M. 0. A. mooting to
morrow evening tho subject
"Temptation" will bo studied.
There was no circus last night
nor any band concert at tho hotel,
tho weuther being unpropitious.
Company G. had a meeting and
drill last night, and wero uftor
wurds entertained by Lieutonant
Ahtkoa street, which had lately
been put in fairly good ropair,
now momblos tho bed of a moun
Tho Jupaneso exhibition will
givo no show tonight, but will
perform nest Tuosday, Friday and
Bov. Mr. Pock will proaoh to
childron for fivo minutes boforo
tho regular morning servico of the
Methodist church tomorrow.
. If you cannot go to tho concort
civen by Wray Taylor this oven-
mg for tho Lopors' Christmas you
can at loast purcua&o a tickot.
Thoro will bo a special servico
at tho Contral Union church at
7:30 p. m. Rov. Mr. Birnie will
speak on "Christ tho Light of tho
An oldtimer is of opinion tho
rainstorm will last, off and on,
until tho day after Christmas. Ho
has figarod it out on tho cyclo
Miss Kato Field will sing tho
"Spanish Muloteer's Song" at
tho concort this evening, and she
may as well proparo for an encore
Thoro will bo a grand re-opon-ing
of tho Wall-Nichols etoie on
Monday morning, when tho cash
carrior system will bo seen in
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night' $1, and
$1.25 per week.
There is only one placo in Ho
nolulu whoro you can got fresh
candy ovoryday.Tho Palaco candy
store cators to tho host people,
and you can always got what you
Tho circus will positively givo
and ovoning, with tho ontiroly
now program. Tho performance
will bo given whether it rains cats
and dogs or not.
Thcso who visit tho concert this
ovoning bavo a treat in storo in
tho shape of tho piano solo to bo
rendered by Miss Aline Rico, tho
young Australian musician and
toucher, who is hoard too seldom
N. S. Sachs haB received a
largo and now line of railinory
and sailor hats. Novoltios in
while metal, silver toilet articles,
fans, hand-bags and pursos, an
olegant assortment of Buttonborg
lacos, laoo and silk draporlos.
Thcso aio among a thousand now
things advertised in another
column. His sloro prosonU n
lovely intorior apponrauco.
W. J. Sourloy, n hackdr'vor,
was fined So and costs this morn
ing for furious driving.
The pay window of tho Tax
Oflico is thronged today. It will
bo kept open till 5 o'clock.
Call and boo tho now ads for
tbo Holidays rocoived by tho last
steamer. King Bros.
Loo Moy reloaded guilty of cho
fa gambling and Judge Porry
fined him $G0 and costs this morn
ing. A notion to creditor!! in tho
bankrupt ostate of Chu Sum of
Kailua appoars in another col
umn. Ono Chinoso gambler forfeited
his bail for non-oppoaranco in
Court this morning and six others
A. J. Dorby. D.D.S., Dontal
oflico Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephono No. G15 Oflico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
Miss Tnrmrsnll. n violinint re
cently from Alameda, will make
her first public appearance in Ho
nolulu at tno concort tonignt.
Tnmoa T? Arnrrrnn will hold n
great holiday sale at 7 o'clock
this evening, wnon tuoro win oo
bargains in rugs, toys and fancy
W. S. Luco will hold a salo at
his rooms Monday ovoning, of
Uhineso nna japanoso goous lor
A. S. Hamas. Sco list of articles i
Sam Naukana was fined $25 and
costs this morning for furious
driving near tho King street
bridgo. This is tho man who
noarly ran over a Chineeo girl.
Hnllistor & Co. bavo always
beon at the top of tho heap as to
bacconists. Thoy can givo satis
faction to all fancies in that lino.
Soo thoir illustrated card in this
This is Alexander Young's birth
day nnd ho gavo Wray Taylor $10
for tho Leper's Christmas. This
ovoning ho will ontertain the em
ployes of tho Honolulu Iron
Tho woman's edition of tho
Tirao next woek will bo on salo
at tho boookstnros and other
plaoes to bo designated later.
Its price will bo ton cents tho
first day and twonty-fivo conts
Pictures rank first as suitable
presonts at any timo. King Bros
havo thousands to select frcm
with framing materials to suit
any taste or any purso. Visitors
ore always wolcomo.
" a rAit " HEPonriNG.
No Wnrrant !! Been Sworn to
Yestorday's Star contained tbo
"Arthur Miranda, an emplojeo of ttie
Bulletin ofllee, was arretted at noon on a
warrant sworn to by A.V.tiear, charging him
with tho larceny of certain stamps ratucd at
tlTi. Mr. (Jour ii something of a philatelist
and has quite a collection of old Hawaiian
ltsues of stampi. The hoy has had iut
to them with thw result that a number of
aluallo specimens tire missing. Clmrj;u It
larceny In second degree.
With tho excoption of tho state
ments that Arthur Miranda is
not un employo of the Bulletin
oflico, that ho was not arrestod on
a warrant sworn to by A. V. Gear
charging him with the larceny of
stamps and that he is not yet
oharged with larceny in tho soc
octl aogroe, and that tho boy lira
not had aoooss to Mr. Gear's largo
collodion of old Hawaiian issues
of stamps, tho above itom of tho
Star is porfectly corroot.
Japanese lint Factory.
A straw hat factory has bocn
started by Japanese on Nuuanu
near Hotol stroot. Both men and
women's beadwear is made, and
the stitohing is done by machiuo.
Some fine work is turned out, such
as imitation Panama hats for mon
and fanoily braided and shaped
hats for women. Tho firm's name
is on an ologunt labol insido tho
hut, aftar tho manner of tho groat
hat-makors abroad. This new
entorpriso is likely to mako in
roads into the nntivo women's
business of hat making.
COTTAdK OP fi HOOMS I'AUTIA' I'UIt
nUlied, xultuMo for n dodoi's oflkc, cr
Unlit Iiouhc kiviiliui, Imjulro of
10S-tf '-7 Alnkeit fct.
Highostof all in Leavouing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
FROM THE FATHERLAND
IIKLIEVKD THAT A C'AIIINKT CltlMS
Cnniifilsn Agnlnftt Socialist Uniter
mi Antiquated Law l'orcinnt
of Proceeding ' Kt'lclintnc.
BnuLix, Nov. 0. Everything
points to a Cabinet crisis, in tito
of official denials. Tho position
of Uerr von Koellor, the Prussian
Minister for tho Interior: Dr. von
Boottischor, tho vico-prosident of
tho Council of Ministers and im
perial Secrotary of Stato for In
terior; Gonoral Bronsart von
Scholliudorf , tho Minister of War;
Froihorr von Borlopsoh, tho Min
ister of Coramorce, and Freihorr
Marsohall von Viohorstein, tho
Minister of Foreign Alfntrs. and
ovon that of Horr von Lucolus.
tho chief of the Imporial Civil
Cobinot, aro stid to bo shaken.
Evidonces of widespread court
intriguo to get rid of tlio ministers
who are distasteful to tho ourar-
ians, conservatives and militiry
parties havo come to tho surfaco
recently. Horr von Koeller is,
apparently, tho Ministor who is
tho most throatoncd. Tho Em
peror, it is stuted, is displonsed
at tho recont maladroit prosecu
tions for loso majosto, espechlly
tho caso of Professor Dolbruaek,
which were ordorcd by Herr von
Koeller. The Cabinot itsolf,
moreover, is divided respecting
the oxpodioncy of theextromo tuiti
sooialist moasures adopted by tho
polioo, and nobody would bo ns
tonished to hoar of a ministori.il
Tho omooror during tho last
few days has beon troating Gen
eral von Schweinitz, former Ger
man Ministor to Russia, with
marked distinction, and it is
whispered in court ciralos that ho
will succood Horr von Kooller as
Ministor of tho Interior. The
latter, hnwevor, continues to en
joy tho approbation of tho Con
Count von Miibach, tho leador
of tho Conservative party, has
issued a manifesto to tho olootors
ofEust Prussia, in which ho ro
jects for his party the ovortures
of tho National Liberals, and do
elates that tho Conservative Con
tor will continue to constitute a
majority of tho Itoiohstug, and
Iho Diet and the Government can
havo tho party "support only in
exchange for somo measuro simi
lar to tho Kanilz grain monopoly
bill and tho rein3titution of bi
metallism as cloarly dofinod. Tho
Government progrummo, modeled
lurgoly on the policy of I'rinco
Bismarck, ho doclaros, is absolute
ly required to induco confidouoe
in the Government. This mani
festo is cloarly aimed at tho maj
ority of tho presont Cabinot.
Tho extraordinary polico cam
paign against the socialists during
tho past week, involving tho
soarcb of tho houses of all the so
cialist loaders, inolnding tho
membors of tho Roichstag, and
tb closing of about ft dozen of
tho leading soolalistclubwla based
on tho nntiquatod Prussian law of
associations, dating back to 1850.
Uvory day tbiu week raids havo
bon made upon tho clubi and
resideiicos of socialists in Berlin
and otlior towns, and about a
scoio of tho leading socialists nro
to bo prosocutt'd.
Tho police have summarily clos
ed I'levon s icmlist clubs horo, in
cluding six Roichsing Electoral
Clubs, the club of tho socialist
press committee, tho club of tho
socialist party delogat.es and that
of tho contral committeo of tho
Gorman Socialist pirty. The
cloning of theso big socialist clubs
bus caused tho greatest flutter in
socialist circles, and tho ranttor
will bo brought boforo tho Roioh
stag, when exciting dobatos aro
In spito of the raprossion tho
socialists romaiu dofiant, and tho
Voorwarts, the organ of the party,
prints nn ironical article advising
Horr von Kooller to continue tho
persecution, claiming that it will
toud to mako tho Socialist party
strnngor and moro harmonious,
and citing tho results of tbo ora of
Tesaondorf, during which tho So
cialist party sextupled.
Tho roopening of tho Roiohstig
on Tuesday next will bo without
special brilliancy. Tho nature of
all tho Govornmont's bills is
known, and thoro will bo no sur
prises duritig tho sossion, though
it is oxpected to bo a stormy ono
on account of tho introduction of
cxtranoous mattor, such as tho
leso majeete prosecutions, nnd the
Hammorstoin lotters aro sure to
load to heatod discussions.
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DON'T HtglTipE MOMENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
520, tfort Stroot,
USEFUL III ORNAMENTAL
Our stock is jnost complete, our storo is u grand carnival of gifts,
StLVJBPt, 'TOILET A.ETIOLES
White Metal Novelties!
A fine Rssorlmojitof
Fans, JrEancl 13ag-s ;nicl Tjenihei'
at very low prices.
BATTENBERG LACE SQUARES, LACE
AND SILK DRAPES.
Special bargains in
Embroidered Handkerchiefs, .
Tho most completo lino, and prices
oclipso nil former values.
Lace J3ed Sets, Captains nncl Por
tieres, Latest novelties in
Children's Fancy Cloth Caps,
A now assortment of
Children's Capes, Coats, Jackets,
A special assortment of
Children's Trimmed HCats for Christinas.
Latest Style Ladies Sailor Hats,
Just nrrivod per Australia. If you tiro look'
boforo making your
FOR 30 DAYS
g a largo stock ou hand 1 will bold nj
CLEARANCE SALE :.
For 30 DajB at my storo, No. 301, Nuuanu street, one door mankn of Kim; street, where
I will offer my on tiro stock at greatly reduced prices. Uolow I mention tereral
articles at marrclously low figures, l'leasa coll and see for yourselves :
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for - - -$1.00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 ynrds for - - - 1.00
Farwoll White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - 9 cents per yard
"White Cotton, heavy, 32 inches wido, 20 yards for - 1.00
Bleatihed Sheeting, 10-4, 25 cents a yard
Blankets, white with tancy borders,
French Merino, double width, all wool, 3
Victoria Lawn, fine white, -Lad
Mosquito Netting, 10 yard pieces, -
JMen s Undershirts, lino balbnggan, a tor ?1.00, worth 50 cts ea.
Whito Unlaundered Shirts, linen bosom," good make, 45 cts ca.
Silk Ilandkcrchiofs, 15 cents each, 2 for - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, men's white, hemstitched, largo sizes, 30
Just the thing for Christmas
And all tho staplo articles in tho i
jt.yCut pricos on all articles for
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
jlP,3m l'ott oljcit:
90 cents a pair
37 cents a yard
70 cents a piece
40 cents each
$1.75 per piece
301 Nuuanu Btreoot. ono door manka o( King St.
TIj&nkggiVini S Xp$-
C. "W. MacfarlaneJ
W. 0. T. D. LUNCH ROOM
for I.mlUe and (ientU'iucn,
Atttl Kln Hired.
lirl'iM-" riaiy ll:3y a.m to IjSU c. m.
Our iittrictlun are lioiiie-iniulo fnod, n
i mil IH.-4 room nnd allf.itliiry attenilaiici'.
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