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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 2. 18Sa.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tbo public library was closed
all day yestorduy.
It is estimated that Now York
hns no less than 10,000 opium
Tho usual Wednesday evening
eorvices wero hold nt the churches
Waiunao plantation has oom
moncod grinding this year's orop
Dr. H. V. Murray has. a notice
concerning his ohnnge of office
hours commonoing yostorduy.
S. K. Knno, tho attorney, will
succeed tho Into Mr. Kawninui ns
a momber of tho Council of State
Miss Knto Fiold wmb an inter
ested obsorvor of tho rocoption
proceedings yestorday morning.
Tho bontboy8 decorated tho
boat landing in n vory pretty
munnor yesterday with evorgrcons
Tho Hawaiian band furnishod
delightful music during tbo Presi
dential rocoption yesterday morn
ing. Jopnn offers to supply the
United States with an unlimited
quantity of good bicycles ut $12
Honry Smith, as commissioner
of tho Circuit Court, ndvertisos
for salo nine valuublo lots of taio
land and homestead sitos.
Tho Salvation Army pooplo hold
a reception lnet ovoning nt thoir
tint. Eofroshmcnts wero served
to thoso who attended.
Dr. 0. B. Oiopor has romovod
his oflico and rostdonco to tho
Cartwrigbt promises on the corn
er of Borotania and Alakea streets.
Commissioner Honry Smith nd
vortisos valuable taro lands and
hum os toad lots on this island for
solo by order of the Circuit Court.
Tho Bight Reverend Goorgo
Hills, D. t)., Into Lord Bibbop of
British Columbia, died nt Par
ham, Suffolk, in England, recent-
It was lately discovered at Spo-
kano that many lottors and papors
had boen pnstod in abmdoncd
cleotrio light boxes by mistako for
A young California gray whale
was lately stranded near the Cliff
Houso, San Franoisco, nnd died
on tho rocks. Mayor Sutro ord
ered it stuff for his museum.
Tho law firm of Nnphtnly,
Friedenrioh & Ackerman has been
awarded 880,000 in fee8 from tho
Ely the estate. It mndo a nice
Nail-biting, according to- a
Fronch doctor, is hereditary. Al
most onp-tlrfrd of the Frenoh
school oh'i'dren bito thoir nails,
and tho girls aro woreo than tho
will meet nt tho Convont tomor
row (Friday) aftornoon, at 3
o'olqck. Election of officers will
bo bold, and a full attendance is
On account of tbo illness of
Mrs. Willis no reception was hold
at tho American Legation yester
day. A reception will probably
bo hold next week if Mrs. Willis
is well enough.
Tho ball gamo yesterday after
noon, botweon the Hearts and
Welcomes, terminated in favor of
tbo former by a score of 20 to 11.
Fivo now bts were broken dur
ing tho gamo.
Thoro was a large attendance
of ladies at tho Paoifio Tonnis
courts yesterday afternoon. Re
freshments wero served under tho
Buporintondenco of Mrs. Nicholas
and Mrs. Graham.
Tho damago dono by tbo wash
outs on tho railroad was repaired
yestorday in time to run tbo ex
cursion through to Waianao and
quite a number of pooplo took
ndvantago of tho very low rate of
faro to visit that littlo burg.
It is roportod that the Pacifio
Mail Stoamship Company will
bring ovor to the Pacifio somo of
its steamers thrown out of com
miBsioji on tho Atlantio by its
comnnct with tho Panama Rail
Sir Matthow White Ttidloy, tbo
Homo Secretary, has undertaken
to reconsidor tho case of Mrs.
Florence Maybriok, tbo Amorioan
woman, who 'iB undergoing life
imprisonment on oonvietipn of
having somo yoars ago poisoned
Lor husband, a woll-known Liver
Manuel Macbado has beon com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum.
C. Stoecklo and A. W. Wye loft
for the Colonios by tho Miowcra.
The Miowora did not get away
until after midnight.
Eko will bo tried boforo Judgo
Porry tomorrow for housebreak
ing. Mrs. W. O. Bruhn and Mrs. A.
Mngoo arrived on tbo lwalani this
Miss Elonoro Ingorsoll. tonohor
of tho violin, has a card in this
Eighteon drunks woro given tbo
usual fine of 3 by Judgo Perry
Tho band will civo a moonlight
concert at Thomas square this
A largo number of mon on tho
war vessels wero givon liberty yes-
Thoro will be a meeting of tbo
Young Hawaiians' Institute this
ovoning at their ball.
V. S. Luco will bold a hi1h of
nowly arrivod Satsuma waro at 10
o'clock on Friday.
Thomas G. Thrnm, publisher,
advertises tbo 1806 number of tho
Jamos Hnleao won the bicyclo
givon awnv by J. J. Egan with
A largo numbor of pooplo visit
ed tho park yesterday to viow the
bnvoo created by the recont
A roar ontranco to tho boilor
room of tbo Electric Light and
Cold Storage works has been con
structed. Wall, Nichols Co. Commorcial
No. 2 is one of tho best writing
pencils evor tried. Thanks for
Tho Canadian Pacifio stoamor
Warrimoo from tho colonies Vas
telephoned twonty-five milos
south nt 1:30 p. m.
A. S. Humphroys. attorney, has
opened officos at No. 14 JCan.hu
mauu strrot, the office lately oc
cupied by L. A. Thurston.
Tho mombors of tbo family of
tbo lato W. C. Lane, who wont to
Koolou to attond tho funoral, re
turned by tbo Kaala on Tuesday
Ministers King and Smith,
Goneral Hartwell, Dr. Smith and
Marshal Brown paid an informal
visit to tho Baltimore yesterday
By tho Warrimoo a cablegram
giving nows of tho Miowora's de
tention should reach Sydney bo
foro tho lattor stoamor is duo
The Call says that as you oat
today tho hash mndo from yos
terday's turkey you will soo bow
tbo glory of one day becomes the
mystery of another.
Thoro is 'but ono factory in
Japan whoro loather shoos aro
made. Tbo nativos, except about
tho court, weur sandals of straw
Mrs. Nicoll won the silk Kimo
no given away by Iwakami, and
the holdor of ticket 827 will ro
coivo tbo embroidered jacket on
presentation of tho tioket.
A dofeotive brake on a Nnunnu
street car nearly caused an acci
dent yesterday morning. Rov. Mr.
Mackintosh and wife and A.
Starkoy wore on tbo car.
David Elia is under arrest
oburgod with rape. A thirteen
year-old nativo girl is tho com
plaining witnobs nnd tho prelimi
nary examination will bo held by
Judge Perry noxt Monday.
There was an ovon thruo dozon
oases on, Judgo Perry's calendar
this morning, most of which woro
for drunkenness. With a fow ex
ceptions all tho other cases woro
Julien D. Hayno offors $2o0 to
any person or persons connooted
with the Advertiser or tbo Gazotte
Comnanv who will noint oat a
word or u line of immoral or in-
decont matter in the Deoembor
numbor of tho Hawaiian.
Tho rogular monthly mooting
of tho Board of Supervisors of tbo
Froe Kindorgarten and Children's
Aid Association will bo held in
Queon Emma hall at 11 a. m.
Friday, January 3, 189G. At 10:30
tho various committees aro re
quested to meet at tho samo place.
Margaret L. Hoiteii, seorotary.
Highost of all in Leavoning Power.
No'arrosts this morning.
The Amorioan League will hold
its wookly mooting this ovoning
By tho Australia tomorrow
thoro will bo lntor nows of the
It is already in order to cora
meuco thinking about colobrating
tho 17th of January.
Two musicians for tho Hawai
ian band nrrived on tho Miowera
and commenced work yestorday.
Send in your orders for extra
numbors of tho holiday edition of
tho Bulletin before it is too
J. M. Toixt-ira is out on bail
after arrest for assault and battery
on JaointnDuponee, a Poituguose
Don't forget Luce's groat auc
tion salo of Japaunso vaees and
Satsnraa ware at 10 o'clock to
The wpftthor turned out so fino
yesterday nftornoon that tho
postpnnomont of tho races was
Congressman Hilborn of Cali
fornia has introduced a bill in
Congress granting an Amorioan
registry for tho steamer Kubulul.
Tho pontoons of tho Healnni
boat house got loose during tho
rocent storm. A number of mom
bors wero at tbo clubhouso yo3
terday but no offort to got up a
race was mndo.
L, B. Korr's guossing contest
on tho numbor of seods in a
pumpkin ended on 'Tuesday even
ing and when a committoo open
ed tbo pumpkin nnd counted the
soeds it was found to contain 747
soeds. W. E. Wall was tho near
est guossor with 745 and won tho
pinno. Mrs, H. H Williams
oamo next with 744.
Opium In Ills Trunk.
One of tho passongers on tho
Miowera, who gave tho name of
J. Smith, bad thirty tins of opium
in his trunk and wns nabbed by
Inspector Schmcdon. The trunk
bad a false bottom in it. The
prisonor was brought up today in
tbo Police Court and his tr'al
postponed till tomorrow.
Evans ought to ruako a big bit
with the performance he iB now
giving at tho Japanese theatre,
Tho juggling is excellont, tho
sleight of hand feats are remark
ably woll executed and tho fire
eating trick is mar.velous. Cue
foaturo, which marred the former
aorobatio show, has boen elimin
ated, viz: th6ro are no more long
waits between tho acts. The
thoatro was fairly woll filled the
past two nights. No ono should
miss seeing tho prostidigitatours
ouco, nt loast. Another perform
ance will bo givon on Saturday
Pure candy for holiday uso at
tho Palaco Candy Storo on Hotel
20,000 foot of tbo very latest
styles of pioturo mouldings at
King Bros, Hotel St.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottage No. 100, Alnkoa
street, telephone No. G15. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by I
day, woeic or montn. Terms: Ho
and 60 conts por night $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
Pictures rank first as suitable
presonts at any time. King Bros
have thousands to seloot from
with framing materials to suit
any taBto or any purso. Visitors
are always welcomo.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
back with good horso and caro
tid drivor ring up Tolopbono 113,
comer of Fort and Merchant
streets. I) nok at all hours. .
Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
According to last roports tho
United States cruisor Boston was
to go to China, and to call nt
thiB port on routo to doliver stores
for tho Bonnington and tnko on
coal. The war soaro may cauBO
ii cbnngo in tho nrrnngomont.
Captain Campboll and Miss
Kate Kocugh woro uuitod in mnr-ri-g!
by Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
at 8:30 last night at their futuro
residonco on Borotania stroot.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Sanders nnd
Uhi Killoon woro tho only ones
presoutof tho oeromony but nftor
wnrds the newly-married couplo
held n rocoption, of which many
friends were prcsont. Tho blido
received many handsomo and
valunblo nrosonts. Captain Camp
bell and his brido aro both woll
known in this city and aro tho
recipients of numerous congra
tulations. A. W. Moyer, a popular om
ployeo of tho Hollistor Drug Co.,
was quietly married to Miss Mar
garot Cuthbortson, formerly ono
of tho nursos of tho Quean's
Hospital, last night by tbo Rev.
Mr. Birnio, at tbo lattcr's resi
dence. Fred. L. Wnldron and
Miss Lano acted as boatman and
bridesmaid respectively. Tho
bnppy couplo and wedding party
thon adjourned to Sans Souci,
whoro tho wedding suppor was
partaken of and nn onjoynblo time
bad. Tho young couplo will
spond n woek at Sans Sonci and
will afterwards resido on King
Dr. C. B. Cooper
Ilus removed tils olllces and resi
dence to Uruce CartwrteUfa pre
tnlsu, corner of Alakea nnd 13c
MISS ELENORE INGERS0LL
TEACHEIt OF THE
llesideuco with Mrs.
B. E. Wall, Borota-
nla and Miller streets.
Address 1. O. Box 403
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For 35 Cents a: Yard!
Worth 75 conts.
520, Fort Stroot, .
VfSf Iloinombor this prico is for
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Satsuma - Ware.
On Friday, Jan, 3, 1896,
At my salesrooms I shall sell a magnificent
Satsuma -:- "Ware
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irom tinpan, . . , . ,
C5y (loods now on view at my auction
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tho Now York Evening Post, or tho New
York Times. Criticism to bo submitted in
writing to the Editor of The Hawaiian
within sixty days from date.
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102-tf Editor of The Hawaiian.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
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relating to those islands; nnd tho
issue for 189Gj now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
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Its convenience nnd reliability
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Prico 75 conts por copy, or 85
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Something entirely now, at King
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THE DUKE OF
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oi nterioo nun omy tine
7 . .. "
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