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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No circus tonight.
Japaneso acrobats this ovoning.
Tho Board of Education is
holding a session this aftornoon.
Tho crow' of tho W. G. Hnli ex
poet to send Christmna in Hono
lulu. -i W. H. Super returnod to Stan
"ifbrd university by yesterday's
Pure candy for holiday uso at
tho Pulaco Candy Storo on Hotel
A practioal satirist planted a
row of taro on Liliha street before
daylight on Monday.
Pacific Lodgo of Masons in
stalled oilioers lust night und had
a banquet uftoruards.
. Tho bund conceit at Emma
sqiuiro last night drow out an uu
" usually largo audionco.
An entirely new program will
bo given at both performances
of the cuctis tomorrow.
Friends of Wultor Wall aro
suggesting his name for tho first
lieutonuncy of Company D.
Tho Australia took 8100
bunches of bananas and G8 sacks
of coflbo as part of her cargo.
Beautifully colored photos, of
Iluwaiian scouory, just tho things
to sond abroad for Xmas greetings,
King Bros., llotol st.
) Luce's sales rooms wore crowd
ed with purcliasors hist night and
Uho auction of Christmas goods
tvus kept up to a late hour.
It is said that no less than 13,
000,000 human boings havo por
ishod in oarthquikes since tho
beginning of tho historical ora.
V It is considered in San Fran
oisco as cortain that tho Union
Iron Works will got tho contract
fur at loast uno of tho new Japa
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Tonus: 25
and CO conts por night' $1, and
$1.25 por week.
Tho Moiiowni is duo from San
Francisco on Thursday with
eight days' later nows, of which
President Cleveland's message to
Congress will interest Hawaii the
Tho Sharpshooters havo busi
ness of importance on hand and
havo called a special mooting at
tho Jiucdiary building this evening
nt which every momber is ordered
In Bulgaria tho proprietor of a
medicine who announces it as cor-
tain to cure a specified disease is
liaolo .to be imprisoned if the
drug fails to acooaiplish what ho
Russia is going to sond astrono
mical expeditions to tho mouth of
the Amoor Itivor and to Nova
Zombla toobservo tho total oolipso
of the sun that will take place on
J uly 27 of next year.
Tho Salvation army moots at
tho Y. M. C. A. hall this evening.
J At tho same placo tomorrow an
ico cream festival will be hold
after the meeting. Thursday's
mooting will bo Held in tho
Moro than half of tho osplanade
block, in front of tho Bulletin
printing office, has boon a luko
sinco tho hoavy rains. Tho news
boys had groat fun on rafts there
whilo waiting for tho paper to go
to press yostorday.
Tho St. And row' a fair is being
.Jiold this afternoon and. many
people are taking tho opportunity
if making Christmas purchases.
In addition to useful articles and
dressed dolls, ico croam and
flowers aro to bo had for a small
consideration. Au admission feo
of ton cents only is collected.
A North Carolina poet wrote:
"Tho star on that beautiful fore
head of thine," but tho 'intolli
4 gent compositor" made it road:
"Tho tar on that beautiful foro
bead of thino," and a rownrd is
now oiTorod for tho apprehension
of tho poet.
The Board of Immigration was
in sossiou this morning, those
present boing Minister King, ox
oflioio chairman, J. B. Athertnn,
J. G. Spoticor, D. B. Smith and J.
Garden, mombora, und Wray
Taylor, Bccrotary. Applications
,for Chinosu and Jupnnoso laborers
fivoro ooimidoiod and tho umial
jioutino business transacted,
W. Mullor of Kailua returned
by tho Hall.
W. Y. Horner loft on tho Hall
Senator W. H. Rico leaves for
homo this evening.
Trees ubout tho Judiciary build
ing aro being trimmod up.
Tho conspiracy cases havo gone
over until Monday, tho 23d.
Tho Loi Ilima club will moot
at tho hotel tomorrow night.
S. Louisson and wife aro among
tho Claudino's outgoing passong
ors. Judgo 1'orry disposed of a num
bor of minor civil suits yostorday
Miss Kate Fiold was presont at
the morning session of tho District
Fathor Sylvester and Siitler M.
Albina loavo tor Maui by tho
E. It. Hendry, wife and family,
loft on tho W. G. Hall this morn
ing for Kuu.
Mrs. S. H. Dowsott. Mrs. Von
xompsicy ana Jiiss uiokoy ion on
Tho family cash grocery on
Lort streot is opon. Itstelephono
number is 355.
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i'iib.- rjiniv iiiiuu.il, vjutuii'tj llliu
Gaylord Wilcox leavo by
Paul Isonberc Sr. und Mrs.
Isenborg loave for Lihuo tonight
by tuo Mikuuala.
Mrs. W. O. Smith and Miss
Ethol Smith leave on tho Clau-
diuo this evening.
Storekeepers nil seom to bo
busy, judging from tho crowded
state of their storo rooms.
Loqk out for tho big program
for the circus tomorrow afternoon
and ovoning. It will ho now
Thoro will bo a spooial trcoting
of Hnwoiian Lodgo No. 21, F. and
A. M., this evening for work in
tho first dogroo.
This is tho last day for tho no
minations for Senator from Ha
waii, which must bo filed in the
Interior office before 5 p. m.
Sond something Hawaiian to
your frionds abroad this year.
Those water and oil color cards ,
that King Bros, havo aro just tho
Fourteen horses havo beon en
tered for tho first of January races.
A lnrrrn nnmlipr nf liinvnliata Kiun
also aunouncod thoir intention of ,
Tho ballots for the special sen
atorial election on January 6th
will bo ordored printed tonight,
so as to be sent by tho noxt Kinau.
They will bo on bluo papor, about
throe by fivo inches in size.
Investigation has shown that
tho cross timbors supporting tho
upper rear veranda of the Judi
oiary building aro rotting at tho
onds. The Waikiki half of tho
veranda has beon torn down this j
morning, in order that now sup-i
ports may bo put in. j
A difficulty occurred near tho .
cirous tent last night between an I
omploye of tho circus and a nnm-l
bor of sailors from tho Wild
Swan, in which the circus man !
was badly boaton up. Tho latter
is a Javanoso, omployod as a
cook and canvasman.
A largo number of tickets for
tho St. Andrew's Priory ontor
tainmont on Saturday ovoning
noxt has boon disposed of. It
will consist of two musical pieces,
tombourino drill and Highland
fling in costume, together with
recitations, songs and piano solos
by tho girls.
Eight tiokota for tho St. An
drew's Priory Entertainment on
Saturday evening noxt woro found
on tho corner ofKukui and Nuu
anu Btreets laat ovening. They
aro uumborod from G5 to 72 and
cap be had by the owner on ap
plication to tho business offico of
this papor, 009 King streot.
Tho oement floored balcony on
tho Quoon streot sido of tho Judi
ciary building is to bo robuilt.
Workmon havo beon enuaced
since yostorday morning touring
down tho struoture. Seopago of
wuiur inrougu cracKH in vuo
comont had rottod tho joists and
coiling, and if not attondod to
thoro would have beon a oollapso
Homo day. Iron joists are to bo
put in to support tho now cumout
EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBEK
Highost of all in Leavoniug Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
Tho Kinau was coming into
port at 2:30 p.m.
Martin, tho tailor, says he is
too busy to think of moving into
his new quarters at prosont.
Jack Hall is again behind the
bars, having beon gathored in
this morning. Ho was convicted
of selling liquor without a liconso
auout tnroo weeks aco, aim en-
tonco suspended on condition that
ho would loave tho oumtry. Ho
haH not done so, and bunco tho
ordor for his arrost.
An itom describing tho crowd
fid toilt nt fwn linrfnrmnnrtna nt
the circus Saturday was crowded
i,. . , , .....
I out yostorday along with olhor
0Cal matter. Thoro wna n fair
n((n,v ,. , . . .. ,
attontlnno0 "g'n Insl night, and
' ovory itom was loudly applauded.
rnt , . , .
iicvui urun .i biiuw nuro
boforo that has sustained tho pub-
1 lin Mltnilnnl nn !... fl1 I - 1 1
lu luii-ioai, bo (, JLI1IS IS UO-
oven better than it promises, in
stoad of tho roverso as is often tho
caso. Today the circus pooplo
rosorvo for rohoarsing another
now program, in which thore will
be n0 ,?S3rV,f'1" fou.r0,on J'atinctly
n0" octs- lho.ro wlH bf a matlut?
a,nd an G performance of
i tho now program tomorrow. At
the matinoo ohildron will ho ad.
mittod to tho bonches for ton
conts and to tho chairs for a
DDBT HEglTTE MOMENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
' i:m:iiiii.m: i?i,
The rumor to thn efloot that
SherifFWilcox of Kauai had re
signed is inaorroct. Tho facts are
that Mrs. Wilcox has boon dang
oroualy ill for somn time past and
hor husband is desirous of accom
panying hor to tho coast as soon
as she is woll enough to loavo.
Sheriff Wilcox notified tho gov
ernment of his wishes and oflerod
to rostgn if his suponors thought
best. In return ho was notifiod
that Ins rojigualion was unneces
sary and that ho would bo grant
ed a lo.ive of nbsonco when he got
ready to leave.
Nell: I wouldn't bo in your
shoe." for anything I Boll, swoot
ly: You couldn't get into thorn,
Ho (in a shower): " Pray, can't
I offer you my umbrella?'' Sho
(domurely): "Thank you vory
much. Half of it will do."
"You soem to rogard a proposal
as an everyday allair, ' ho said.
"Woll, no scarcely that," bIio
roplied. "Every other day. 1
never give my answer tho same
Por Day 3 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Cpoclal 2-Tontiily Batut
Tho Boat of Attendanco, tho Best Situa
tion and tho Finest Meals in this City
'Tukhdav, Ui:oEnir.n 17,
I'MDAY, JJECKMIlKlt 20,
SATUIIDAY, UECEMBEIt 21.
TAKIZAWA -!- FAMILY
AT THE CORNER OF MERCHANT
AND RICHARDS ST8.
Thco liimout acrobats urc tbu wonder nf
the lUlh Century. Tliclr fi-att of llcud UuViTif
Ini;. JukuIIiiKi 'l'rat'zu work, Itlillnp of Ill
cycle mitl Chair llalanclne oa Slack Wire are
Ymma Www ;?
Adults ----- fiO fonts
Children - - - - 25 conts
lU'sorved Seats - - - 75 cunts
Seals on sale at Building.
620, Fort Stroot, .
USEFUL III ORNAMENTAL
Our stock is most complete, our storo is a grand carnival of gifts.
SILVJtGI TOILET ARTICLES
CHOICE sr.l.KCTIOS OP
White Metal Novelties!
A fino assortment of
Fans, JECand ."Bag-s nnd leather
nt vory low prices.
BATTENBERG LACE SQUARES, LACE
AND SILK DRAPES.
Special bargains in
' Tho most complete line, and prices
eclipse all former values. ... ,
Lace JEted Sets, Gun 'tains and 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 Hats for Christmas.
I-iatest Style Ladies Sailor Hats,
Just arrived por Australia. If you aro look
ing for HOLIDAY GOODS, visit our storo
boforo making your purchases. . . . .
FOR 30 DAYS
pa largo utook
.-. CLEARANCE SALE ;.
For 30 Days at my storo, No. 301, "uunuu streot, ono door uinukn of King streot, where
I will oflor uiy entire stock at preatly reduced prioes. Delo I mention Bovernl
articles at inarroloubly low flgnrcs. l'lcose call and see for yourselves 1
Brown Cotton, good value, 22 yards for $1.00
Brown Cotton, 1 yard wide, 15 yards for - - 1.00
Farwoll White Cotton, 1 yard wide, - - 9 cents per yard
Whito Cotton, heavy, 32 inches wide, 20 yards for - 1.00
Bleached Sheeting, 10-4, 25 cents a yard
Blankots, whito with fancy borders, - 90 cents a pair
French Merino, doublo width, all wool, S - 37A cents a vard
v lccoria i-awn, uno wincey -Lad
Mosquito Netting, 10 yard pieces,
r r TT...1 i.:i r.. ' i..n.J
iuuii a uuuuiauiits, 11110 uuiuriggan, o ior ji.uu, worm OU cts ca.
Vhito Unlaundcred Shirts, linen bosom, good make, 45 cts ca.
Silk Handkerchiofs, 15 cents each, 2 for - - 25 cents
Silk Handkerchiefs, men's white, hemstitched, largo sizes, 30
Just the thing for Christmas
And nil tho stnplo articles in tho
XOoJCut prices on all articles for
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
oa hand I
70 cents a piece
40 cents each
- $1.75 per pieco
n e , n ., i f
301 Kuuann Strcoot. one door innuka of King St.
Tjj&nkggiviiKj s XfflW-
C. W. Maofarlane
W. (I. T. D. LUNOfl ROfll
For I.adln and (lentlcmin,
At 111 Klii); it reel.
tOrla.Mll 1 hum 11:30 A l Tu Mill 1: .
Our iitlruilliiiK me huiue-muilo IihuI,
void iii-iit room and mlliluitury iittiinlniiie.
Tnldvn liti'jrlt', lUi II
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