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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 23. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Q. P. W'ilclor and wife camo up
on tho Claudino.
C. J. Falk of Mahukona came
over on tho Claudino.
Boat clubhouses woro wol' pa
tronized yestorday morning.
King Bros, receivod sovon tons
of Art goods by tho lust stoamor.
Tho usual band concort will bo
givon nt Emma squaro this even
ing. W. H. Cornwoll and J. A.
Hooro woro passongors on the
M. Louisaon and Mrs. LouiBson
havo returned from thoir trip to
President Clovoland has ro
oognizod Miki Saito as consul of
Japan at Tacomn.
Tho circus porformanco tonight
will bo for tho bonefit of the
Lepers' Christmas fund.
Call and sec tho now uds for
tho Holidays recoived by tho Inst
steamer. King Bros.
Tho bark Albort brought as
passongors C. W. Bioo, L. D.
Ainsworth and E. C. "Winston.
KingBros have over 20,000 feet
of picturo mouldings from which
thoy are making framos at Frisco
James F. Morgan will hold an
other holiday salo this ovening,
oflorinj: attractive goods tor young
Wirth's ciicus will givo its last
performances tomorrow and Christ
mas day, bgth afternoon at 3
o'olook and evening at 8 each day.
Tho managors of tho womon's
edition of the Tim aro at tho
office of that paper this nftornoon
to fill ordors for copies.
Major J. Waltor Jones and
Lieutenant Janvs L. Torbort
were elected honorary members
of Company D, N. G. H.,at thoir
mooting on Friday night.
T. E. Krouse, manager of tho
Arlington hotel, returned on tho
S. N. Castle yesterday. Charles
Phillips, Capt. Williams and Mrs.
Vogol woro also passongors.
F. Loe was sentenced to four
months' imprisonmont by Judge
Porry this morning for tho
larceny of $24 worth of tobacco
and cigars from tho store of Lee
Sing on Docomber 14th last.
Tho Christmas day servicos of
the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's cathedral will oom
menoo at 9:30 a m. The anthem
will bo "Sing, O Heavons" with
soprano solo by Miss McGrow.
Saturday's oriokot matoh rooult
edin a victory for tho Wild Swan
olevon, thoir icore being 42 to 31
for tho Honolulu toam. A return
match will bo played on Christ
mas day if tho war vessel is in
On Docember 2d Patrick Crow
loy was reappointed chief of
polioo for a term of two years.
With one oxcoption Chiof Crow
ley is tho oldest chief of police in
the United Statos and at the elose
of his present term ho will have
beon connected with tho San Fran
ciscojpolico deprtmont twenty- five
In our advertising columns to
day readers of the Bulletin will
notioo tho oard of Dr. I. Mori.
Tho doctor is a graduate of the
Cooper Modic.il Collogo of San
Francisco, and has also taksn a
special course at Rush Modical
College, Chicago. Dr. Mori bears
tho highest testimonials and
makes a specialty of diseases of
tho norvous system.
Tho Christmas exhibition of tho
ChiuoBO Mission Schools will tako
rjlace on Tuesday evening, Deo.
24, boginning at 0:30 o'olook, at
tho Chinese ohurch on Fort stroet.
An interesting cantata, entitled
"Shining Stars," will bo rendered.
All friends are cordially invited
to be present. To thoso who have
so gonorouBly aided in meoting
the expenses of tho "Chr'stmas
Treat" for tho children, grateful
acknowledgment is hero mado.
Jas. F. Morgan today suld threo
lots at Kapahulu, Ouhu, under
foroclosuro of mortgage by tho
lato Dr. Troussoau to the lato
Alex. J. Oartwright, trustoo for
Adelia Cornwoll. The lots con
tained in all an aroa of 11 2-100
noros. L. A. Thurston, trustoo,
was tho purohnsor for 3600. It
is tho land on which Dr. Trous
seau's ostrich farm was established.
Ah Loy was ai rested this morn
ing for burglmy.
Tho Jnpanose acrobats do not
Much local matter is crowded
out by press of advertising.
Thero will bo no more circus
porformaucos after Christmas day.
E. C. Winston brought over
GG4 hogs with him on tho bark
Don't forgot tho excursion tn
Waianae on Christmas day, with
a froo lunch.
One drunk was finod $3 this
morning and another forfeited $G
cash bail mnnoy.
All coupons for dolls must bo
handed into N. S. Sachs' store by
Kum Ba Vou got a G0 fine
from Judge Porry this morning
for having opium in possession.
A Chinoso named Tin Tot was
ordained a doacon yesterday
morning by Iiishop Willis at St.
V. Fitzsimmuns was finod $5
this morning for disturbing tho
poaco aud quietuoss of last Satur
The Womon's Edition ofTimo
had a very largo salo on Saturday
afternoon. Tho regular edition
comes out tomorrow.
Choice Kula Turkoys and Fine
Sucking rigs for Xmos and .Now
Tear can bo had at tho Contral!
Two protty Japanose girls aro
incarcerated in tho city bastile,
changed with violating tho pass
port laws. Thoy will likely have
a hearing tomorrow.
Miss Rico has a handsomo dis
play of barbotino work, plaques,
jars and photo framos for sale at
hor residence on King street, two
doors from J. B. Atherton's.
Moakane ploaded guilty of sel
ling spirituous liquors without a
license in Judgo Perry's court this
morning. Sontonce suspendod.
The entertninmont given nt tho
St. Andrew's Priory on Saturday
ovening was most successful, some
$200 being roalizod from the salo
of tickets. Tho program will bo
ropoated this afternoon for chil
dren, with tho admission fixed at
Miss Cahill is holding a holiday
sale of miliuery, and gives away
a souvenir to everyone buying a
Hawaiian and Foroign Christ
mas cards also; scenes in oil colors
suitable for mailing, at King
Bros., Hotol et.
A now advertisement of W. W.
Dimond was received too lato for
insertions n this issue. Beadors
may learn in advance a great deal
of what it contains by call
ing at the store this evomng.
Tho Wall, Nichols Company
invite the public gonerally to a
concort at tboir storothis ovening,
at whioh all tho musio boxes,
piano and other inatrumonts in
their largo stock will do thoir
Things To Eat.
HOLIDAY -i- ANKQUHCBraT
Jos. Tinkeu, Propr.
The usual mpply of Beef, Mutton, Bau
age, Fork, Veal, etc.
Remember the place and ring up or call
Aiicrnoon at ;i o 'cluck,
Kvculujc at tf o'clock.
Highost of all in Lavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
E. O. Hall fc Sons aro first to
distribute 1896 calendars.
Pure candy for holiday uso nt
tho Palnco Candy Storo on Hotel
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
offioo Cottago No. 100, Alnkoo
stroet, telephone- No. G15. Oflice
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nununu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents por night $1, and
$1 25 por week.
! Thero is only ono place in Ho
nolulu whoro yon can got fresh
candy overydny.The Pa loco candy
store cators to the best poople,
and you can always got what you
Pictures rank first as snitablo
presonts at any time. King Bros
havo thousands to seloct from
with framing materials to suit
any tnsto or nny purso. Visitors
are always welcome
THE MCINERNY SHOE STORE
will givo to any boy or girl, buying a pair of
shoes from thoir storo,
A FREE TICKET TO THE CIRCUS,
on Christinas nftornoon.
This ticket will bo good for nny seat in tho
rs.,r It'MhJi. VVivy
DON'T HEgmpE MOMENT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
For Sale by
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT Co.
Wanted $2000 to $3000
If desired, for a term of yearn.
Ah Koctirity soniAot tliu most vatuablo
city property U offered.
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During the Holidays.
AND FANCY STRAW.
ffl A souvenir ill given to each pur
chaser of a but.
Miss Cahill, ij
Arlington Mock, i s Hotel Street.
THE MASTER Oil CONSIGNEE OP
I tho ship sSeringn. will not bo respon
Kifelo for nny ilebts contracted by tho trcw
wliilo in tho port of Honolulu.
ALMA COTTAOE, AT WAIKIKI, 13 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
AS F.VE !
Tho O. R. A 8. N. Co '
Will be due at Honolulu from Yokohama on
mil will bare Immediate dispatch for above
t3F" For Freight or paisage apply to
fHEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Limited.
171-td General Ap;cut.
I AM NOW prepared to accept your orders
for dyeing, all kinds of cotton (roods,
woolenn, sllkn, crepes, Ian ns, etc, at
182-ti Kaullko street roakal of King street.
COTTAGE OF 5 KOOMS PARTLY FUR
niulied, suitable for a doctor's office, or
lifiht bouse keeping, Inquire of
108-tf 27 Alnkca St.
This Evening at 7 o'clock
at my salesrooms,
DRUMS, TEA SETS,
FANCY GOODS, SILKS,
JAS. P. MORG-AN.
G20, Fort Stroot,
USEFUL HI ORNAMENTAL
Our stock is most complete, our storo is a grand carnivnl of gifts.
SILVER TOILET ARTICLES
White Metal Novelties!
A lino assortment of-
Fans, JrTanci HBos and "Leather
nt'vcry low prices.
BATTENBERG LACE SQUARES, LACE
AND SILK DRAPES.
Special bargains in
Tho most complete line, and prices
eclipse nil former values. .
Lace J3ed Sets, Oai tains and Por
tieres, Latest novolties in
Children's Fancy Cloth Caps,
A now assortment of
Children's Capes, Coats, Jackets,
A special assortment of
Children's Trimmed HCats for Christmas.
Latest Style Ladies Sailor Hats,
Just arrived per Australia. If you aro look
ing for HOLIDAY GOODS, visit our store
boforo making your purchases. . . . .
And all tho staplo articles in tho
warCut prices on all articles for
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
119-3m Fort HtieeU
A cenerkl stoolc of Liquors, Ales and
FRESH BEEll ALWAYS OH DRAUGHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of the finest and coino to us
direot (rum Europe, . .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
imnortoa hi wight from .Loui
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
A. V. GEAR.
Tclt-iilioiiB WO, : s : i ,o. OW, Klnt-Ht
Palace Candy Store
t$ and flew Yew.
C. W. Macfarlane'
W (J J p JfJNGH ROOM
Kor I.ndlii) and Gentlemen,
At 111 KlnC street.
pyl.u.NCH riiOM 11:30 a.m to 1:30 ). u.
Our attractions aro home-made food, a
eool neat room and aatlifacUirv tteinlnr.-
Table a la carte. 1 W)tt
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Vfock 12.00
Tbo Boat ot Attondnnce, the Best Situa
tion and tho Finest Meals in this Oity
Satmma anil KuUni witra, Bilk Kimonos
Kuibrohlerinl Handkerchiefs, Doilies,
wuimutia nuo ohjn.
All Hand Painted.