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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 4, I89G.
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Wlicro Honolulu People May ov
Central Union Church, cornor Beretn
nl and lllchards streets. Douglas P. lJlr
nie, minister. Services fur,Sunday, Jnnu
ary Gthi 9.55 . m., Sunday school nnd
llibto class. At 11 a . Public worship
and sermon, followed by tho rccoption of
new members nml tho sacrnmout of tbo
' Lord's supper. 3 30 p. m Junior Christian
Endearor meeting. 6:30 p m., consecint-
.ed meeting of tho Y vP 8 0 B.
7:30 p m. publio worship and sermon:
After-meeting in the parlors. Sunday
schools: Jnpaneso nt Lyceum, 10 a in.;
Portuguese on Miller street, nt 2:30 p in.
Tho week of prnyer will bo observed by n
service every evouing ut 7:30. A cordial
wclcomo for all at overy service.
St. ANimEw'flCATiiFimAL Cathedral ser.
vice, (1:30 n. in., celebrntlou of tho Holy
Communion, lln.ni., Matins with sermon.
7.30 p.m., evensong with sermon.
1 ho services of tho Second Congregation of
St. Andrew's tomorrow (Sunday) wMl bo ns
follows: 0:15 1. m., Holy Communion, Uth
sermon; hymns 70 and 322; Kyiio and
Sanctus, Smart in G. 0:30 p m , evensong
with sermon. Miiguidcut and Nunc Dlmlt
tis to doublo chiuits. Hymns 248, 70
rinsrr Mfthodiht Episcopal Church.
Itov., It. W. 1'cck, pailor. Sunday,
January fitli, 1800: 10 n in., Sun
duy school, Mr.C.B. ltipley superintend ut.
11 n m, Bcrmon, "Words of Warning,
Words of Cheer." 7:30 n in, normon by
pastor, subject: "Shall Wo llavo a Sab
bath of Host and Worship or n Continental
Holiday in Honolulu?" Wedne8day,7:30pm,
prayer services topio "Victory." Tho fcer
vices of Sabbath, January 6th, will bo held
in hall ovor Tracy's Btoro, corner of Foit
and Hotel streets, entranco Hotel street.
After that date tho services will be held in
tho now church, cornor Derotnnln and Mil
ler streets. A. cordial wclcomo to all.
Christian Church On Alakeu noir
King street. T. 1). Garvin, pnstor.
Suudoy school ut 0.45 a m. Preaching nt
11 a in. Subject: "Time Past." Young
Poople's meeting nt 0:30 p in. Sermon nt
7:30 p m., subject: "Yo Must Ho Horn
'Again." SerWces caoh night of tho week
Kawaiahao Ciiunoii. Efiv H H Pnrkor,
pastor. Sunday Kchool at 10 a m. Mum
in g sorvicfl, commnnion aud admission of
now tncmbeni. No sorvico in tho evening.
Roman Catholic Cathedral--Services
will be as follows: (1 and 7 a m, Low Mass
with Holy Communion; 0 a m, Mass with
English instruction; 10:30 n in, High Mass
with native sermon; 2 p m, Ilosary and
nativo instruction; 4 pm, nativo instruc
tion and Benediction; Weekdays, Low Mass
at C and 7 n m.
Reorganized Church of Jesns Chiist of
Lutto Duy tsftints. Services eiich Sniulny
as followhi In Mililani Hall, rear of Opera
House; 10 am,Bible olussj 11.15 am, Preach
ing. All cordially invited.
X M C A Sunday 11 am, service at Oiihn
Jail; 3 pin boys' mooting in Association
Hall; pruixe service in Y M O A hull at 0:30
Salvation Anur Saturday and Sunday,
tout, corner B rotnnia aud Alakeu streets.
Saturday 0 p m. band of love, or junior
tempernnco'mceting; 7 p in, open-air rally,
corner of Fort and Hotel streets; 7:30 p m,
watch the hallelujah sailors to the front.
Sunday 7 a m, kneo drill; 10:15 n m, meet
ing on board tho Bennington, Mrs Adj
icgnernna lieutenant Jeliorsj iu:ZO nm,
open-air rally corner of King and Fort
streets; Hum, hcait backsliding, Adj
Egner; 2:30 p m, open-air rally cornor of
Queon and Itichards streets; 2.30 p m,
juniors' company moeting in tent; 7 pm,
opeu-uir rally cornor of Uotel and Nunanu
streets; 7:30 p m, enlisting of new warriors
and commissioning of local officers by Adj
Egner. Mrs Adj Egner and Luut JefTers
It is Biiid tbnt Jim Gorbett is
pn the .breakdown and cannot
k-fitirnd'-thfcsevero .training neces
sary lor'u fight.
- -W. Kipg. rdprobeblaiivc'B rHpect-
ivoly of the American and British
commissions to procure dutu on
tho iLlnskiiu boundary, wore to J
mcot at .Buffalo on thu 31st of
December to prepare their joint
rpport, which will bo submitted
to n juint commission to bo hero
after appointed fir the purp-se of
reaching an inici national agrec
nu'tit on the question.
lioiilfe! ow If ray cloili"8 wnsi
ii'it too hfp"frr you, I'd give you
an old ( H. Huncary Hrtiik
(gwttful'j) IJos., if yuu'd give 1
mo tliK pi w of 11 squme mo.il, 1 1
wnrnnt tin y'd fit me nil right
bv'P,ltUfet10 Old Lid And
whf' ciiM-d vour duwifi. my
pocr man? Eollingstone Nomoss !
Hich livin.' S. O. L. AVorn .
you lured from the paths of vutiu ?
Rolling&tnne Nomoss No'm ' J
was an aoronut, an' me bullouu
bustt d. Philudo phia Item-rd.
"I-am-not going to tako my
meals at tho Hash Restaurant anv
longor." "Why not?" "I heard
tho proprietor toll a delinquent
cusioraor to 'pony up 1'" -Detro t
Blighter Wo had a line bit of
roaliBiii at tho theater h st night.
Blitheror Iieolly. I dtdP't notice
it. "Blighter Why, tho applause
was gonuine. Piok Mo Up.
Whr Ilaro You
! , Bcn stricken with dlscsso wlille your nelcli
i 9.-A.....l aiJ li.A.vnr.. f Until wrrfl nltk
wo, uur wotvw, w. v- .... -"""
fSf'tlV ,iT "lexposea, UUl in anecjutc iuo uibuubu u
ItilUnA' found lodctment In the Impuro blood
r wekenid system, while In the olher
Mnml wna kont mire bv Hood's Sarsarmrllln,
nd tbo body aaln a condition o( good
Hoon's Film aro puroly vegetable nnd do
not tiurno, palii or grip
Poisoned by Impure Water
Now In Good Honlth, Llvoly, Happy
f f 4
Eva, Carroll and Lily Brown
"a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mnss.i
"Gentlemen! Last winter, my two girls, boy
and wife wero taken 111. Tbe doctors said they
wero poisoned by drinking water from an old
well. Tho two rhls failed to rally under the
doctor's treatment. La.oRcd four years, fell
awayspsho only welched 18J4 lbs.; coughtrt
all the tlmo and was helpless, Physicians said
She- Had Consumption.
Lily, aged eight years, wis nearly as bad as
Eva but being older and rtroncer. held una lit
tle better- .Wo jriva them both Hood's Barsv
dltlon, having a bad cough and very weak. lie
was obliged to lis down most of the Urn.
On bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla put hlra on
hlsrotftnd restored pr health. Ibtllevo
Hood's uSirsnp irilla sied my children's lives."
John T. nnow R, Btowc, Vermont e
HOOD'O PlLL8 cure all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice. IudliKalluu. Slrlc UeachKhe.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Hopublio of Hnwnii.
Dr. J. K. Smith.
THE iRICHELIEU, BERETANIA ST
OMlco Hnursi O to 19 n. 111.
Fino Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
103-tf J. Tinker, Proprietor.
Notary Public and Typewriter,
11 KAAHUMANU 8TBEET,
P. O. liox 830. Tclcphono 315.
Si IClaa.Gr Street.
O. J. Walleii ... MANAaun.
WHOLESiVLE AND RETAIL
FROM 155.00 UP.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention then to diseases of the
eye and car.
Wainnueuue Ave. nor Coiut IIouko. 10.1-tf
BUILDING BUltNL'D BEOENTLY
bcoanso a clerk EOBGOT to renew certain
policies promptly as instructed.
"Ho was discharged.
"A few days'lator, the owner died -without
insurance on his life, leaving a widow and
t,hree young children in poverty, because
he had NEGLECTED to insure. As procrast
ination is moro cnlpablo than forgetfulness
perhaps the owner is having his punish
memtNOW. "MOltAL I Consultation and offlco treat
ment free. Special attention givon to pro
crastinators." INSURE YOUR LIFE IN
Tho Equitable Lifo Assuranco Society
of the United States.
General Manager for the Hawaiian Islands!
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its tab.
W. IV. WltlUHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
C. B. DWIGHT,
Do6s nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho lias on band n largo nupply of
ChiiieBO Granite Curb and always koops
Hawaiian OurbinR Stono. Estimates
given and lowefl prices assured. Telo
At WAUCIK1 on car lino and on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirablo Aero Tracts near tbe city and
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, "WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
C03 Fort Street, near King.
P. O. Box 821.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar &C? Maker.
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposito Club Stables,
The above Bicycle was made as eoodat
H. G-. Wooten,
107 King street.
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturera nnd donlers in Lndios',
Gents' nnd Ohildren'H
Boots, - Shoes,
No. 35 Nuuanu St.
P. O. Box 108.
C SS Boots nnd Slioei mado to order in
btst style ut WholennIo nnd Rctnil piioes.
609, Hotel street. '
OHOCE1 SING, Manager.
First-elass meals at regular rates. Fowl
sonred on Thursdays and bundnys.
Board by week $1 50.
CtF" For best quality of Manilla Cigars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco come (o ilo;
Corner King and Bethel streets,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccos
Best brands of Manilla Cigars
and finest UluattiB, . - ,
At lowest prices.
Tho pleasuntost, quietest,
shndiest and most porfeotly ap
pointed eonsido rosort on tbo
'Islands. It is only four miios
from tho hoart of tho oity and
within'onsy ronch of the trumenrs,
which rnn evory twenty minutes
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
detached cotlngcs or rooms aro
obtainable on easy terms. The
tnblo is suporior to that of any of
tho oity hotels and all the modern
conveniences are provided.
Picnics and bathing pnrtics can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in ndvanco.
Tho bathing fncilities of Sans
Souci aro superior to those of any
pliicoon tho beach. 89-tf
Our Stock of Holiday Gootl9
is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. llox 287 Fort Street.
H. G. BiART.
FINE WATCH KKPAIIUNG.
Island Jewelry made to ordor,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wire
ttf Island orders solicited.
P. O. Box 355; at O. Qortz's store.
Fort Street. 62-t
LYCDRGDS LODGING HOUSE
tourists and otiiehs visiting
Hllocnn And cul'jMc board nnd lodirlni' hr
tailing on JOHN A'CUltGUS.
in connection Jtu tuo abovo lie can supply
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
Clears and T6bacco,
Cool Drinks, etc.
The SINGER Received
54rFirst Awards for Skwjnq Ma
chines and EMBnoiDEHY Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, nnd
moro than doublo the number
givon to all othor Sewing Ma
chines B. BEnoERSON.
Bethel st., Honolulu.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Hcaaanarters EDtcrorise Brewinor w
Largest Consignment of Beer
that ever arrived hero, now
I; J. DODD. Prop'i
Central JVIsat JYEaet'
lAive'B rinildlng, Nuuanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Market in every
herit0rS doliverod 'l'romPHv to nil parts of
EST Telephone 101. gft
of nil kinds
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
61 Fort Street . TelepLono 422
HOP HING& COMPANY,
WhoUmlo Dealers Ii
Culnejs 8111c, Tea, and Uattini;,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, KnglUli ana
403 Hotel street. - . . . Telcpliuiie.U7.
THEO. H BA1TIKS & Ou
White Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing, i -
Galvanized' Water Pipe
Faints and Oils.
Roche Harbor IAme,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
BHHHHh&&C'Sa ' 'i gg v Blff M
Mudo of the Finest and Most Delicately Flavored Tobacco.
x Torjialo by nil Drnggista nnd Cigar Dealers.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Murino Wiring a specialty.
32-td ' Managor.
P. O. JONES.
K. A. JONES
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pala Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Qavrailau Government and 1st;
Mortgaco Sugar Planta
1 turn Boudi. "
3P For parUoulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
KlH Furl hliwl ... Uonololn
stud. Plavoi 1
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Agents for IXawniiau Islands.
Honolulu, Hnwuiinn Islnndd
"Principal Parts of tho World
Transact a Genera Banking!
S. I. RIIAW, Proprietor.
Cm hit Kliij; & J iium.u Streets, Ilonolulr
Cholco Liquors and Fino JJoerJ
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars
I'cnnut Oil, Sugar, Bonp, A
Candles, etc., at lowest M
Corner Nuunnu nnd irnuahi streets. 143-
UilxJN WO & CO. f
Young AU In, Mgr. 8
.,.. slD,( 4,uiiuiuiu, r
ItlCE PLANTERe-Alwnys lave for sale the
beet quality of rice. Our 1 Ito ruai ked W C O
is guaranteed to bo Al.
Aeents lor the fnllov
igents lor tho following rlco Plantations
Palama, Halawa. Moanalua. Walklkl, Walplo!
Kalawao. Kowalhapa aud Waloll, Oabu, and
Tel. 218. PO Box 343.
Satsuma and Kutani wiro
CuHhioua and Cosy a.
AM, NOW prepared to accept your orders
fordjclng, all kinds of cotton uboOs,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, citM
thtapeat pi ices; I
US-tl Kaullke stieet makat of Klng'treet.