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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAHY 4. 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Publio schools reopen on Mon
day. Colonel Norm of Hawaii is in
Miss Grnu hus rotnrned from
Lor visit to Kuuiii.
W. B. Sims is again nt his desk
in Wilder & Co.'b office.
Fish wero plentiful and cheap
at tho market this aftoruoon.
Mbssrs. MoOorriston and Billey
camo over from Molok'U on tho
Tho Hawaiian band will play
at Emma square this afternoon at
Sonator W. H Kicp and family
arrived on tho Mikahala this
J. W. Miison, tho Oku coffee
planter, is again in towu, having
arrivod on tho Hall.
Tho now nichi schnol will com
mence on Monday with about sixty.
Thore was a very largo crowd
at tho hotel last night to listen to
the band concert.
Tho Lrgislaturo will meet tho
second week in February, and
that is not far off.
The weok of prayer of tho Cen
tral Union church commences
Tho' Hawaiian Nutional Band
aro stranded and starving at
Tho Pioneer Buildine and Loan
Association will hold its monthly
meoling next Monday.
Largo quantities of bunanas for
the Australia havo boon passing
through town today.
A roadway to tho roar of tho
Electric Light Works is boing
graded and macadamized,
Arthur Harrison will finish up
his contract on tho Castle & Cooke
collar ou Monday.
A drunken J.ip on Moroh.int
stroot yesterday afternoon was
tho cauao of much amusement.
The school tenchors' exmninii
tiou will conclude todny, twonty
nino of them undergoing tho
D. V. Waldron, an old Pncifio
Coast newspaper man and thea
trical man, camo down on the
Tho proposition to transfer tho
itinerant vegotablo peddlers to
tho mnrket sooms to have dropped
out of sight.
Evans' Japanese porformors
will give a Matineo at 2:30 p.m.
Evening performance coramonces
at 8 us usual.
Manager E. It. Henry of the
Hawaiian Hardware Company re
turned on tho Bteamor W. Q. Hall
The funeral of Oliver Lowis,
who committod Buioido yesterday,
took place in tho afternoon undor
tho auBpices of Company G of
which the deceased was a member.
Tho sonatorinl olootiop on tho
island of Hawaii takes place on
Monday. There aro 419 people
on that island who are entitled to
vote for senators.
Wray Taylor received a lettor
from tho lopor sottlomont today
thanking him for tho Christmas
things ho sent over and for his
efforts in the matter.
0. B. Itiploy's lecturo on Cal
ifornia, illustratod with steieop
ticon viows, tonight at 8 at tho
Y. M. 0. A. hall. Admission 25
oents, members free.
Tbo Christmas number of the .
San Francisco Call oonBistod o
fifty-two pngos, and Editor Short
ridgo says ho ought to bo sent to
jail for making it so large.
Thoro will bo n dance at tho
Hawaiian hotel after dinnor this
ovening' Tho Quintotto olub will
furnish musin for both dunoo and
Tho congregation of tho Meth
odist ohuroh moots at tho hall of
tho SoottiBh Thistle Olub tomor
row for the last time. Thereafter
the new churoh on Borotania Btreot
will bo oooupied.
B. II. Foes, Hawaiian agent for
tho Standard Dictionary, acknow
ledged by the loading mon of
America and Groat Britain, as
tho bost dictionary ever published,
and tho juBtly colobrated Colum
bian Historical Novels, has an
advoi'tisinent in this issue.
Tho Mikahiila will loavo for
Kauai ou Monday ut 5 p, in.
JapnnoBO jugglors in new fonts
A small unfurnished cottago'is
Thoro woro only sovon cabos on
tho polico court cnlondnr this
Captain O'Brion's compnny of
tho Citizons' Guard moets tonight
nt the District Courtroom.
David D.iyton hnB lota for sale
and houses to lot in nil p.irts of
A new oorrugiitod iron roof is
boing plncod on the Custom
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
sumed his school of art on Hotel
Profossor Ztmlook will givo
his initial porformnnco at the Y
M. 0. A. hall on Tuesday ovon
ing. Tho charge of cruolty to ani
mals placed against Lam Yat was
dismissed by Judge Porry this
Goo. A. Davis, attornoy nt law,
has takon tho oflioo lately occu
pied by Mr. Thurston on Kaohu
John McLain olsowhero an
nounces rates and states the me
rits of the Eagle Houso, of which
ho has lntoly become tho pro
prietor. Police officer Toma is mourning
the loss of his bank book, show
ing a deposit of $250 in his favor.
Anyono roturning it to him will
A Japaneso dosorter from the
Lihuo plantation was adjiulgod
guilt3r in tho Polico Court and
ordered to return to work.
E. P. D.ile is noting ns Doputy
Attnrnoy General at tho Fourth
Cirouit Court term at Hilo, and
will probably be permanently
commissioned to that office
Consignees of goods by tho
Australia aro notified that only
ico honso and porishablo goods
will bo delivered while that ves
sel is in port.
Eke had his preliminary exam
ination this morning on the
ohargo of housobroukiupj and
Judge Perry committed him for
trial nt tlio next torm of tho Cir
"Wo Ohopg, tho Chinese gentle
man whoso comfort required that
ho should hnvo two wives to wait
on him, pleaded guilty of poly
gamy, in Judge JL'erry'8 court
this morning. Sentence was sus
pended. D. G. Waldron, agent for Prof.
Zamloch, is ropresentativo oi
The Illustrated Traveler, ono of
the best coast publications. Mr.
Waldron visited Hawaii in 1859,
bringing through the old 'A1
loghanian Bell Ringers.' '
The trial of Kalabahnna for
stealing chickens created much
amusement in tho District .Court
this morning. An nged roostor
with white logd was introduced in
evidonco and was an interested
spectator of tho trial.
A Great Entertainment.
Zamloch, the great prestidigi
tator, arrived by tho stoamship
Australia yestorday, and will givo
four grand performances next
wook, at tho Y. M. 0. A. Hall, on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evenings with a Saturday matinoe.
Prof. Zamloch is recognized ns
tho loader in his profession, and
has for thirty yoars dolightod au
diences in every country on the
globe. , Ho has mudo four tours
round tbo world and is now oom
ploting his fifth. The accommo
dations at tho hall being limited
Prof. Zamloch has found it neces
sary to rebuild tho Btago. Mr. D.
G. Waldron, an old and well
known nowspapor man, is repre
senting Zamloch and has trot
many oldtimo friends in Hono
lulu. The Goraner'a Jury.
Tho Coroner's Jury impanelled
by Deputy-Marshal Hitcboook
yosterday in tho caso of Oliva
Alawa, consisting of J. M. Koaloha,
Jas. Kuliki, S, Maholona, Kaana
ana, P. Silva and P. Malual, re
turned averdiot that tho deooased
was named Oliva Alawa, and thut
ho came to his death by his own
hand, the woupon used boing a
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Koport.
Tho Merchant's Exohango re
ceived tho customary consign
ment of that celebratod Enter
prise Boor. l
Polo corniops for windows or
doors; from 4 foet to 12 foot long
with wood or bnps trimmings nt
liing Bros., Hotel stroot.
Vestibule rodi nro those littlo
brass rods usod for snHh curtains
Venetian doors or windows. King
Bros, havo them for sale with
Oity Carriugo Co.. J. S And.
rndo, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and curo
ful drivor ring up l'elophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchmit
streets- Hack at all hours.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mnkor and tnnor,'cai
furnish best factory references.
Ordres left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to bo tho samo
is dono in factory.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
stroet, telephone N o. G15. Office
hours 9 a m. to 4 r.Jt.
Building and Loan Association
Tho regular monthly mootine
will bo hold nt tho Chamber of
Commercoon MONDAY EVEN
1NG, January G, 189G, at 7:30
STPaymonts nro '.required in
A. V. GEAR,
194-2t t ' ' Secretary.
Y M C A Hall
Tlmi-mlny EvenlUK, Jnu. Uth.
Nnturtlar Evening, Jan. lllb,
And Saturday Matineo.
The Ronownod Tvlaglolan
The famouB Pbestidiqit
ateob. and Wondeii
Worker of tho "World
IN HEW AND MARVELOUS WONDERS,
Kiitlre ClmtiKeof I'roKIum Eacli Might.
Admission $1; no extra cbnreo for rcucrrcd
scats gala of teats at Y. M U. A. lull com
mencing Monday, from 10 am. to 5 pm.
BIG -:- SHOW
BTAItTLINQ FEATS Or
ACT 1 J
TWpz&tou : BfoiEi?
Never boforo soon in Honolulu.
Come and look at the.
Hiwokuti Nochini Fuku,
Hnkoni hai ti Kiyeru,
and a hundred other.
AT THE CORNER OF MERCHANT
AND RICHARDS STS.
These famous acrobats are the wonder or
the l'Jth Ccntuiy. Their feats of Head Uuyne.
Int'. Juggling, Trapeze work, Hiding of JU.
cyclo and O'liulr llalauelng on Slack Wire are
Sclxool Of -A.XtI
D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK
Has resumed Instruction In
At Lis class rooms on Hotel street.
Only Ico Houso nnd Porishnblo
Goods per Australia will bo deliv
ered while thnt vessel is in port.
Wm. G. Ibwin & Co., Ld.
"....,.. . ,Af
YOU DON'T KNOW
What you miss if you havo
not tried . . .
For tho Comploxion, Sunburn,
and for Use Aftor Shaving.
Hebron Drzcg Co
An i xcuralon to California Will Start
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Saturday Night, January 4th
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Tim (rin will include visitn to nvpr nnn
huudred iilnceg of interest in California.
No Seasickness, No Dost, No HeaL Careful
D W Corbett, Geuernl Manager.
C B Illploy, Conduntor.
0 Hedoiunn, Chief Engineer.
Dr J 8 D Pratt, Assistant Engineer.
Round Trip Ticket Only 25c.
Morabors of Y. M, 0. A. froo.
Stecpinc nccoramodations inclnded.
MeMa will bo cbargod extra. So not fail
to take tbis trin. The Eicnrsion will
visit San Francisco, Mount Bbaita, Sacra
mento, Sierra NtTodoa, Monterey, lose
mito Yalloy, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz
jsiomains, etc. ltf3-v:t
I. MORI, M. DM
Office, Fort Stroet, near Borotania.
Residence, Arlington Hotol.
Hours: 7 to 8:30 u m; 4 to 8:30 p in, Qat
urday and Sunday, 1 to S p m. Tel. 630.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
wMz If HBM
IMf ill BUBi
AJLL "Wool Dress G-oods
For 35 Cents a Yard! i
G20, Fort Street, .... jj ,no' utn.
8" Romomher this prico is for one weok only. 189-tf
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v tOfc. ir'
H. B. McINTYRE & BKo.,
IMrOKTERS AND DEALERS In
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now Good&Rcccived by Every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe,
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Part of tho
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Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to these islands; and the
issue for 189G; now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and should bo in
every office and homo in tho land.
Its convonionco and reliability
as a roforonco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many yoars.
Prico 75 conte por copy, or 85
cents postage paid to any address.
THOS. G THRUM,
Publisher, Stationer, otc.
Fort street, Honolulu. 192-2w
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOIt THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Monday, January 6th,
AT -1 O'CLOCK r.M.
The undersigned are now prepared to
issuo Through Tickets from this City to ali
points in the United States.
BaTTor furthor particulars rcgardln
Freight or Passago, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., Ld,
AN "ED. WESTMAVEIt" HEKLIN UP
rl!it Piano lu excellent condition will be
sold cheap. Address, X,
183-tf Bulletin OUice. '
One Week Only.
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to and Goods Deliyorod to any
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DON'T HEgITiTE MOMENT
About tho best place to buy
California : Feed
A nil HEAD OP BEEP OATTIB. FOB
Eftlo in lots to suit.
8. NORMS, .
Kahnkn, Kau, Hawaii.
House and Lota for Sale. "
TllOrO is fl now liminn nml lrvf
situated at Kapnlamn. Eight on
tho tramways hno. Tho lot is 55
looi, wmo Dv iuu teot long and
being rented , nt $120 a year; will
SOU fit ftflOft en all A vnrv ,t
investment. Thorn nro fivn mnrn
lota in tlio same location, which
wm do Bold at very ronsonnble
For ' furthor particulars apply i U
to , V. O.AOHI. J'i
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