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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jnpaneso thoutor tomorrow
Band concort at Emma squaro
tonight nt 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge ..of Masons
moots this oroning.
Lots of now things at King
Bros, Hotol street.
J. H. Fisher and family aro dua
by tho Australia on Friday.
Thoro will be two excursion
trains to Waianao and roturn on
Hawaiian wator color X mas
cards from 25 cont, up. King Bros,
Ex-MiniBter Castlo and Editor
Farrinnton will return together
by tho Alamoda.
Tho races nt Kupioluiii park
on Wednesday commence at 1 p.
Tlro monthly social of the Loi
llima club takes pliico tomorrow
night at tho Indpondonco park.
Tho body1 of tho late W. 0.
Lane was takon to Kuolau by tho
E. P. Dolo goes to Hilo today
to roprosout tho government in
criminal cases bnforo tho Circuit
A gold stick pin with ongruved
Diamond Head poudant attached
has boon lost. Please roturn to
Tho first Sunday school reunion
of tho lKawaiahno districts since
tho completion of tho repairs to
tho church was held yesterday
Tho afternoon concort of the
Musin company, as3istod by local
tulont, brought out a largo and
fashionublo audionoo, who onjoy
ed the musical troat provided.
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
nud Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night $1, and
?1.25 por week. .
St. Andrew's "" Cathedral was
crowded at the 6:30 service last
, ovoning, tho occasion being the
special carol service. Tho solos
were Bung by Miss McGrew and
Miss Hart, and the full ohoir was
There is only no place in Ho
nolulu whoro you can got fresh
candy every day.Tho Palace candy
store oators to the host people,
and you can always got what you
Bishop Ropert and a number of
his clergy loavo on the' L-iuau to
day for a pastoral visit to Hawaii.
During his absonco the bishop
will dedicate two new churches
on Hawaii, one of which is at
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany call attontion in this issue
to their largo stook of ammuni
tion, empty shells and roloading
outfits, and to many other matters
of interest to tho head of the
The riflo shoot of tho Associa
tion on Now Year's Day offers a
fino opportunity to all local marks
men, as will us to officers and
mon of tho war vespels in port.
Entrioa may be made on tho day
of the shoot at tho range in the
all-onmers, citizens' and military
The place to get pictures or to
have pictures framed is unques
tionably at King Bros. Thoy
devote thoir entiro attention to
tho art business and are prepared
at all times to give-absolute satis
faction. Thoir art rooms are al
ways open for inspection.
London huB maintained for1
many years pre-ominenoe in tho
fur trade. American and Russian
buyers both visit tho city to buy
furs originally takon in their own
respectivo countries. Tho sales
amount to about $20,000,000 a
Mrs. Albert S. Barker, wifo of
Oaptain Barker of Mare Island
Navy Yard, is artist as noil, as
author. Hor charming Hawaiian
story, "The Bishop's Gonvor
Bion,' is in its sixth edition. It
is understood that Mrs. Barker
has another work now in press.
Tho Wall, Nichols Company
offer now attractions at thoir storo
today. Music, tho latost impor
tations! musical instrument at
tachments, etc, aro spooial
features. They also offer a supe
rior make of pianos at a low
figuro, guaranteeing tono and
durability, and a fino American
mako of organs at $19.
A bark is sighted 20 miles east.
Thoro was a heavy dash of rain
No native pristnora left by tho
Kinau for trial at Hilo.
Lau Kai paid tho usual fine of
$60 thismoruing for having opium
A native desorter from Fuohuo
plantation is boing roturned to
sorvico by tho Kinau.
Bishop Willis left on tho Kinau
on his sorni-nnnunl pastonl visit
.o Maui and Hawaii.
Sonator Baldwin loavos for
homo this evening, nccompaniod
by S. T. Aloxandor of Oakland.
Tho circus people, with their
horses, tents and effects, left on thu
Kinau this aftornoon for iluwaii.
Materials for making Tiasuo
paper flowers, lamp shades, etc.
King Bros, Uotol St.
Tho Saturday night crop of
drunks putinod out $21 in tho po
lice court this morning.
G. P. Wilder and wifo, and
Lorrin A. Thurston aro pusson
gors by the Claudino this oven
ing. There was no honring at
Supremo Court chambors today,
and there is nothing on tho journ
al for tomorrow.
J. M. Vivas and J. M. Toxoira
hnve filed thoir bill of oxceptions
to conviction for libel at last term
of tho Circuit Court.
Notice is givon for primary
teachers' certificates, to be hold
by Inspector Genoral Townsond in
Hainukua and Kohala.
All guessing blanks for tho
piano lamp inuBt be sent in to
Sachs' Btore before 5 o'clock to
day. Wm. R. Sims has not as yot 10
sumed his desk at tho Wildor
Steamship office. His uealthjlms,
however, greatly improved.
Watch night -services will bo
heldjointly by the Methodists and
Salvation Army to inaugurate the
arrival of 189G.
J. W. McFurlane has been ap
pointed Hawaiian Vico-Cousul at
Vancouver, in place of A. M.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottago No. 100, Alakea
stteet, telephone No. 615. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In onsequonce of the continued
ill health of Mrs. Willis, there
will be no leception at the United
States Legation, either on Now
Year's Day or on Thursday.
The old Law Library quarters
will be occupied as an extonsion
of tho Judioiary Department
Clork's office. It is being refitted
for that pupose.
Paul Neumann, W. A. Kinnoy,
J. W. Jones and Chester Doylo
left on tho Kinau for tho Hilo
term of court which opons Thurs
day. The family of tho late W. C.
Lano chartered the steamer Kaala
this morning for Hauulii and left
at 9 o'clock with his remains on
board. Tne Kaala will roturn
Evans' Japanese troupe will
givo a new and unique performance
tomorrow night. It will consist
largoly of feats of legerdemain,
comprising some of tho most diffi
cult over attempted by prestidigi
tateurs. Mr. Evans' troupe of Japanese
will show on Tuesday, Wednes
day and Suturday of this week with
an entire ohango of program, the
loading features of which will bo
foats of legerdemain, as displayed
in India and other parts of tho
Orient. A fine bill is promisod.
Kaluna, M. K. Mukekau and
Meakano got $12'fine each for play
ing at chefa last August. They
testified in a certain caso against
another native and were convicted
by their own testimony reproduc
ed by anothor witness. Appoal
Seven natives wero arrested on
Saturday evening for assaulting
officer Alex. Nicolas near the Mor
mon church and breaking his leg,
among othor injuries. They wero
brought up before Judge Perry
thir morning, when one was dis
charged and tho others held over
for trial on January 9th.
The Young Men's Christian
Association has sont out invita
tions for tho annual Now Yoar's
reaoptlon to young men. Mrs. S.
B. Dolo, Mrs. S. M. Dumon and
Mrs. F. J, Lowrey will roooivq
tho guosts from 12 to 2, and ro
frcshmouts will bo sorvoJ,
Highost of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
Col. MaLaan's mishap.
Colonel McLean met with a
slight mishap this morning which
resulted in his losing a portion
of tho outiolo of his noso. Ho was
rding along King streot on
horseback and wbs leading a sec
ond horso, which got to cutting up
an-i disarranged its niddle. Tho
colonel dismounted for the pur
poso of fixing tho saddlo
whon both horses becime restive
and in his effort to restrain thorn
tho colonel was thrown to the
ground and lost somo skin off his
noso. Ho wi-s otherwise unhurt,
in spito of numerous rumor to
tho contrary. Tho horses wore
caught by bystanders.
At Emmu Square.
Following is the program for
tho concort to bo given at Emma
Bquaro this evening by tho Ha
1 Overture "Fra niuvolo" Anbcr
J Fantasia "The 1'rlnccst Air" Clarence
3 (Jafotte "Archied" Kappcy
4 "ltemlnlsccnccs of Donizetti" Godfrey
5 Selection "Travlsta" Verdi
6 Ranee "Habanera" D'Orso
7 Walt7.-.'(01 Nights" Strausi
8 Maie.i "Manluttan Beach" Soma
Choice Knla Turkeys and Fine
Sucking Pigs for Xmas and Now
Year can be had at the Central
Change oi Hours
DR. H. V. MURRAY will have
office hours from January 1, 1896,
from 9 to 10 A. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to
8 r. M. Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.,
and 7 to 8 p. M. Oflico Fort and
Beretania streets. 190-5t
Dr. C. B. Cooper
Ilai removed Ida offices and resi
dence to Bruce Cartwright-s pre
mises, corner ot Alakea aud Be
New aad Unique Acts I
BTAIITLIMI FEATS UP
Deo. 31, 1895, at 8 p. m.
The mostmarvolous porformanco
ever witnessed in Honolulu.
fl"" Doors open at 7, show
commences at 8. Admission as
WILL HE HKUVKI)
New Years Day
At tho track by thnt
popular caterer . . .
J. W. Chapman.
Semi -Annual CompetltioD
Hawaiian Rifle Assn.
To bo hold nt tho Associftt'on's Unngn,
(below Mrs. Ward's placo, ontranco on
riouth street) on
Wedqegdaif, JantiaflJ 1$, 1896
7 Regular Association Matches and also the fol
Commencing at 8:30 a. m.
II. R. A. ALL COMERS MATCH.
1st prize $10; 2d and JJrd prizes
85 each; 4th, 5th, Gth and 7th
prizes, S4 each; 8th, 9th, 10th and
11th prizes, 82 each.
Conditions: Open to All Comers;
10 rounds at 200 yards; any riflo;
no hair or sot triggers or tele
scope sights allowed. Entries un
limited; ontranco fee, SI.
1st prize, silver modal; 2d prizo
Open to nil members of tho Na
tional Guard o Hawaii, Sharp
shooters and Citizens' Guard (bar
ring out all members of tho Ha
waiian Riflo Association who havo
made a record of 80 por cont. or
over in any regular H. It. A.
match). Any rifle, no hair or set
triggers or toloscopo sights al
owed. 5 shots at 200 yards; en
tries unlimited; entrance fco 81.
Conditions: Open to all per
sons who have novor made a rec
ord of 80 nor cent, or over in any
of tho H. It. A.'b regular 200 yard
matches; unlimited entries; 5 shots
at 200 yards; any riflo, hohair or
sot triggers or toloscopo sights al
lowed. Entranco foe 81.
Following is tho list of prizes:
Two cash prizes, 820 ond 85.
AVildor's S. S. Co., round trip tick
et to Hilo and return.
Castlo & Cooko, Winchester Car-
"V."W. Dimond, Five o'clock tea sot
M. S. Grinbaum & Co., English
AV. F. Reynolds, 2 vols Shakes
peare. J. Hopp & Co., Oak Table.
Hustaco & Co., Load cut firewood.
Hobron Drug Co., Prizo.
L. 13. Kerr, Fino Ostrich Flume.
Mot. Moat Co., Log of Mutton.
"Wall Nichols Co., Framed picture
J. S. Martin, Pair trousers.
Jas. F. Morgan, Prizo.
W. G. Irwin & Co., bbl. sugar.
H. J. Nolto, Box Cigars.
Hollistor & Co., Meerschaum pipe.
Pacific Hardwaro Co., Picturo and
Frame (to bo selected).
Lowers & Cooke, Roll matting.
Jacobson & Pfeiffor. Prizo.
M. Mclnorny, Fino Btraw hat.
Henry May, Box tea.
H. F. "Wichman, Piece silverware.
Manfrs. Shoe Co., Pair shoos.
Bonson, Smith & Co., doz. per
fumes. L. E. Tracy, 1 doz. collars.
Hawaiian Nows Co., Prizo.
M. Phillips & Co., box Hav. cigars.
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., Prizo.
II. Hnckfold & Co., Prizo.
nyman Bros., Box cigars.
W. S. Luco, Prize.
Ordway & Porter, Oak rocker.
H. W. Schmidt & SonB, Prizo.
J. T. "Waterhouso, Toa sot.
T. H. Davies A; Co., Fino lamp.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Keg wino.
Entries in tho Association's reg
ular matches must bo made to the
Secretary before 1 o'clock p. m. on
Tuesday, December 31st, 1895.
All entries in tho All Comers,
Military and Citizens Match aro
to bo mado at tho ran go on tho
day of tho match. '
Further information in rogard
to any of tho aljovo matches may
bo had by applying to tho Secre
tary. W. E. WALL,
Jas. L. McLean, President.
Puro candy for holiday uso at
tho Palnco Candy Stoio on Hotel
Positively For One Week Only.
.All "Wool Dress G-oods
Eor 35 Cents a Yard!
520, Fort Streot, -
BJST" ltomombor this price is for
And all tho staplo articles in tho
B&TCut pricos on all articles for
HENB7 DAVIS & CO.
Xg&g and Jlew fm.
C. "W. MacfarlaneJ
W. 0. T. D. LUNCH BOOM
For Ladles and Gentlemen,
At 111 Klnc street.
t37-Lunc mom 11:30 a.h to 1:30 r. u.
Our attractions are home-made food, a
cool neat room and satisfactory attendance.
Tableala carte. 1G3-U
Building -:- Lots
Delightful situation, llcautlful view or the
oceuii. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
TI1K MA81T.lt OU CONBKINUU OF
I tho Hhl) bcringn will not bo iMpoU'
nIMo for any ilcbU contracted by tho (row
wliilu in tho port (it lliinoliilu.
one iw. only.
THE DUKE OF
Win -111 venrs oM when ho fonglit tlio
bnttlo of Waterloo uud only thiee atnl
nhnlf monthn older whon the grcnt
Ntl'Ol.EUN was made vandvo.
No matter what your
IF YOU ARE VERY PARTICULAR, AND
:. Want tk Bret :.
BUY YOUR SHOES OF
Shoe : Store.
For Sale or to Rent.
A desirable dwelling house on
Hassincor streot. Apply to
Tho Hawaiian bate Doposit
and Investment Company,
A MAN WHO CAN THEAD UNEXPECT.
edly upon a piece or coral rock, while bath
Inir at Walklkl. and not ma nn ni tnaira .
profane remark, must also be able to knock
a mosquito off bis noso without hitting that
orcan, he will be required to examine a Uct-
1.1. u.bK.uuiui niutu nnj me wncei was
traTellnR; call on Brown fe Kubcy and look
nn tliplr nnw atnflr fntf r.n.t..i1 u 1a. .
lAn.tr.1l. II ' ' ,.o
I. MORI, M. D.,
Office, Fort Street, near Beretania.
Residence, Arlington Hotol.
noun: 7 to 8:30 u m; 4 to 8:30 p m, Sat.
urday nud Sunday, 1 to 5 p m. Tel. 630.
Satsnmn and Kutanl wro. Silk Kimono
and Fa jam as.
I Embroidered Handkerchiefs. DoiIIm.
Cushions and Cosyu.
All Hand Painted.
DON'T HITJTE MOMENT
About the best place to buy
California : Feed
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