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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY G. 1896
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Baud concert at Emma squaro
tonight at 7:30.
Tho Olaudino had n vory light
pasBonqer litit yostorday.
Tho Setmtarial eleotion on Ha
waii ib tuking place today.
Lorrin A. Tburston has return
ed from liiu trip to Maui.
Tho Friond for January con
tains tho usual variety of religious
and local intelligence.
Ed. Hitchcock, son of Sheriff
Hitchcock of Hawaii, has boon
mado a customs houso guard.
Hnrmony Lodgo of Odd Fol
lows has installation of officora
This is tho regular meeting
night of Huwuiian Lodge, No. 21,
of Froo and Accoptad Musons.
Rogular monthly moeting of tho
Fioncor Building and Loan Aiho
cintion this evening at 7:30.
Mrs. V. O. Smith and daughter
and Miss Ethel Smith returned
from Maui by the Claudiuu yes
terday. Prof Zamloch opens tomorrow
night ut Y. M. 0. A. hall in his
ontertainmeut of magic and mys
tery. Among tho Claudino's passeng
ers yesterday woro Miss Friol,
Miss Beck.with and Miss Grace
Tho Wailuku baseball team de
feated tho Spreckclsville nine on
Now Year's day "by a scoro of 28
Sevontoon infants were baptized
at Knwniiihao church yesterday
and twenty porsons admitted to
All annual reports of bonds of
departments for last 3 oar must bo
printed and bound in roadiuess
for the Legislature next month.
Thoro will bo special services at
tho Christian church this evening,
with a twenty minutes sermon on
"What is tho gospel?" by the
ltoso Mangban Colburn, young
est daughter of Marcus Colburn,
died on Saturday night. Tho
-funeral took placo at B:30 yeator
Miss Maggie Sharp, who bus a
class of thirty-ono in the Kokaha
sohool, loaves for tho scono of her
labors by tho Mikahala this aftor
noon. .C. B, JJiploy's lecturo on Cali
fornia at tho Y. M. C. A. hull wub
very woll uttonded and greatly
onjoyed. Tho stereopticou views
Nino persons woro admitted to
membership in the Central Union
church "yesterday morning by
lotter and twenty-fivo by confes
sion of faith.
Tho Hawaiian National band,
now stranded in Ohio, is to bo
brought back ot govornmont ox
ponso through Consul Wildor at
Rehearsals of th piny of "Me
redith's Old Coat," to bo present
ed by officers of tho Bpnuington
and othors, for tho benefit of Jia
waiahao Ohuroh will bo resumed
Principal Lightfoot will open
the night school at tho Fort sreot
buildiug this ovening. Ho will
be assistod by Miss Lynch and
Mrs. N. B. Emerson, if sufficient
pupils attond 'to form threo
Tho Progressive Educator for
Decomber hits boon received. It is
edited by 11. S. TownBond, tho
now Inspector Gonoral of Schools.
Osmor Abbott is announced suc
cessor in tho editorship.
Tho arrests laBt night wore ono
wahino for having opium in pos
session and two natives for
adultery. A Portuguese was
nirestod this morning and bold
In an accidont on tbo railroad
on tho "Wailuku plantation last
Monday Kaanaua, a fireman, was
killed aud Engineer Mulholland
had threo ribs broken. Tho 011
gino left tho truck and turned
over on its side.
Weather permitting, all drilh
will bo rosumed at the barraoka
today. On Tuesday ovening, tbo
first battalion comprising Oo's A,
B, 0, and E, will drill, moeting
at tho drill Bhed at 7:30 p. in.,
Maj. McLood, commanding. Soc
ond battalion, commanded by
Maj. Jone?, Co's D, F, G, and H,
drill on Friday ovoniug uoxt.
See pinno for sulo.
Jus. Nott, Jr. had a notico in
H. F. Lewis, of Lewis & Co.,
loaves for San Francisco today.
Notico is given officially of tho
appointmont ofE C. Baldwin as
a sub-land agent.
Captain Hookano indulges in
an hour's oxorciso daily at tho Y.
M. 0. A. gymnasium.
The pnlico who nro not on duty
tonight il 1 attond a big luau at
Puhi's placo ntPalama.
Tho firm of Jucobson & Pfeifi'or
hits boon dissolved, Charles H.
Tho January numbor of tho
Paradiso o tho Pacific is on sale
at tho bookstores.
Thoro is a rumor among tho
Ohinoso that n nat'vo clrld has
been born nt Kau with two faces.
Charles II. Pfeiffor has sold to
E. A. Jucobson all his interest in
tho firm of Jacnbsrn it Pfoiflbr,
watchmnkors and jewelers.
Officor Hammer and otberu
raided a Chinese den on Saturday
night and gathered in twnntv-ono
gamblers and two opium fiends.
Minister King proclaim Fri
day, Januory 17, ns a national
holiday, wheroon all public offices
will bo closod.
Tho ovening educational and
gymnasium olasses at tho Y. M.
0. A will resume thoir work to
night. Tho MiniBtor of Finnncn calls
for soaled tondors for printing
and binding tho nnnunl report for
Justico W. F. Frear and Mr.
B. F.Dillinghnm are among thoso
who will lenvo by this afternoon's
Tho Mnponio Templo squad of
Citizens' Guard moots this evon-
ing at 7:30 at tbo Y. M. C. A.
hnll. Evory momber is requested
to bo present.
Tho chargo nf larcony, which
hns boen hanging over the hoad
of Arthur Miranda for somo time.
has been continued till moved on
by tho prosecution.
Ilackdrivors nnd othors aro
cautioned to look out for a big
bole in tho stroot at tbo corner of
Adams lano and Hotel stroot,
nearly opposito tbo Y. M. 0. A.
It wub washed out by recent
Tho fnl'owing officers of tbo
Catholic Bonovolont Sooiety have
boon elected for the ensuing j'ear:
President, Mrs Gilbert Wnllor;
vice-prosident, Mrs A E Murpby;
treasurer, Mrs U Oowes; secretary,
Mrs J Lucas.
Monthly mooting of tho Wo
man's Board of Missions to
morrow (Tuesday) at 2:30 p. m.
ut tho Contral Union church.
Papor by Mrs Loadirrgbam on
Prcsont aspocts of tho Missions in
China and Japan. Boport of
Ohinoso Missions hero by Mrs.
F. M. Damon.
Ono of Quinna backs, driven by
Manuel Ituis, whilo at tho stand
on King nnd Fort streots, was
overturned by a runawny toam
bolonging to tho Woodlawn dairy
on Saturday uftornoon. A brokon
spring and a bent top was tho re
Tho Board of Immigration bold
a fow minutos' session this morn
ing at tho office of tho Minister of
Interior. The mooting was for
the purpnso of consideration of
applications for more Jopjncie
oontraot laborers for tho planta
tions. A Furniture Denl.
Ordway it Porter, the enter
prising furnituro doalers on Hotel
street, have another surprise for
tho Honolulu public, having
during tbo last fow days rocoivod
a largo invoice of furnituro of tho
latest designs direot from Iho fac
tory. This firm aro certainly abroas,t
of tho times, as they import direct
from tho factory, thereby doing
away with tho jobber or middle
man's profit. This littlo stroko of
business ability enables thorn to
sell at a vory low figure, and peo
ple who aro thinking of buying
furnituro will do well toinspoct
their stock boforo purchasing else
where. The goods aro ready for inspec
tion und comprise bedroom sots,
extonsion tables, sideboards, sec
retary book caBefl,ohiflbniois,ward'
robes, etc, etc , all from tho very
latest dosigns and at pricos to
sujt tho timos.
AUSLtiAt. U.r.. ..s.is...i.
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
POLICE COURT MATTERM.
A Iiing Calendar Hlnpotoil Of ut
Till Plornlns SchhIoii.
As the commissions of tho now
judgos buvo not yet been signed,
Judge Perry was found occupy
ing bis usual Beat on the rostrum
of the District Court this moru
iug. He found n calendar of
forty-eight cases confronting him
but they woro mostly for minor
ofleuses and woro soon disposed of.
Six drunks got ell with the
usual fine and thu chso ugiinst
Charles Reynolds for being a
common nuisunco was dismissed.
Tho case agaiust Antouo Hocard
and Mrs. Lokaliu Inch, charged
with adultery, was put off until
Aiau and Ah Choy, charged
with having opium in possession.
uro nolle pros.'d.
Of the twonty-ono Chineso
gamblers hauled in on Saturday
night six pleaded guilty and woro
fined $10 each and costs; sovon
wore remundrd nnd tho balance
Ah Ngan will bo tried in the
i) tl for maliciously injuring a
ooitaii coconnut tree, the pro
perty of Mr. Yaoger, by cutting oil
its leaves and therapy indicting
damage to tho amount of throe
In tho examination of J. Car-
valho for porjury the defendants'
demurer was overruled and tho
trial continuod till tomorrow. A.
S. Humphroys and G. A. Davis
assisting tho prosooution and A.
G. Oorroa und W. S Ediugs for
A nolle pros, was outorod m the
case of Ah Yong charged with at
tempting to bribe a polico officer.
John Fitzpatriok nnd E. S.
Bryan, charged with an affray,
tailed to nppoar unci inoir civuu
bail of $10 each was confiscated.
A number of opium, bribery
nnd larceny cases wore put off to
l'OLICE AT THU HUT 1 8.
A Itlarchlnc Drill, Team Mhoot anil
In commemoration of last year's
busy timos tho police force of this
city woro drilled by Senior Cap
tain Parker at an oarly hour this
morning and afterwards marched
to Kakaako butts, wbero a team
shoot took pluco betwoon the first
watch undor Captain Kanao, tho
second undor Captain Scott nnd
tho third undor Captain Hoo
kano. Thero was nino men in
oich toam and tho shoot was for a
purso containing 510.60. Tho
money was won by tho first watch
with u tiooro of 132. Captain
Hookano's toam came next with
120, whilo Captain Scott's watch
only made 83, which is accounted
for by sevon of the men being now
recruits, ono of whom only wont
on duty yesterday.
After tbo shooting the men
marched to tho station house,
where thoy woro dismissed and
ontortained with a fino collation
to which thoy did ample justico.
Amuillt ly Footpad.
Jas. Nott, Jr., was as'saultod by
u footpad on Vineyard stroot,
Saturday ovoning. Ho was on
his way homo when bo noticod a
man following him and acting in
a peculiar mannor. Just us Mr.
Nott turned to accost him, tho
man throw a largo stone which
Btruok Nott on the hand, indict
ing a slight wound and bruising
tho mombor so that it is still con
siderably Bwollon Ho started
aftor hiB assailant, who turnod
nnd ran. Mr. Nott saya he be
lieves the porson to bo a whito
man, but could not bo sure on ac
count of darkuoss.
Mrs. E. F. Bishop, Mrs. J.
Walkington, Miss Goodalo and
Miss Boyd are bookod to louvo
for tho OoaBt by tbo Australia.
A. E. Carvor, of Saratoga, Wai
kiki, loaves by tbo Australia to
day for tho coast. Mr. Carver
goes to look aftor his mining pro
perties in Cabivoras county. Cali
fornia and will return about Feb.
Gasoline for st veuse $3.25 por
011 bo ut King Bros.
Picture frames made t) order
at Bhort nnt!o. King Br s., H)tel
For works of Art , 0 ill on King
Bros., Hotel street.
City Uarriogo Co.. J. S. And.
rndo, manager. It you want a
hac,k with good hnrao and care
ful driver ring up iVlophono 113,
cornor of Fort nnd Merchant
street?, thick nt all hours
A. J. Doiby. D D.S., Dental
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone N o. G15. Office
hours 9 A m. to i V M.
YOU DON'T KNOW
"Whut you miss if you havo
not triod . . .
For tbo Comp'oxion, Sunburn,
and for Use Aftor Shaving.
Hobro2z Bt'ug Co
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Y M C A Hall
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 7tli.
Tliurmlny l iilnir Jnu. Uth.
S.ilurilu) EvruliiB, Jan. lllli.
Anil Naturtlujr Alatlneo.
Tho Rtnownod XluRloltin
The famous PiiESTiDiaiT
ateuh and AVoNEn
Woiikeh of tho World
IN NEW AUD MARVELOUS WONDERS.
Kutlre ClinnKeot 1'roirm in Each Kli;lit
Adralsilon no cxtni cliaruo for reserved
seats Balo of seals at Y. M. C. A. hall com
mencing Monday, from 10 am. to S im.
EVEHY MEMBElt OF CO. 7, CITIJ5EK3
Guard Is requested to lc preocnt at Itelorra
School at 7.S0 r. v. Wcdiiesdny nct.
twfJi M Mm
fc3$1lli lUffi fri4iiW
JH JU.-V H
Positively For One Week Only.
.A.11 "Wool Dress G-oods
For 35 Cents a Yard!
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot, -
Ifi3" Remember this prifo is for
THIS SPACE 11ESE11YED FOR
TEMPLE OP FASHION
N. B. Will tell you why
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now GoochUccoived by Every Packet from tho Eastern States aud Europe.
FEESfl CALIFORNIA PEODUOB BY EVERY STEAMEI5
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods Delivered to any
Part of the City FItEE,
Island Ordkiu Solicited, S wbfactiox Guarantzib
EAST CORNER "jTORT AND KING STREETS.
Nothing excols tho Hawaiian
AmjnAT. tor vnriod information
relating to theso island; nnd the
maun fnr I Mil i. now roaUV. IB IU11V
up to the high standard of its
predecessors, ana snouia uo m
every office and homo in tho laud.
Its convenience and reliability
as a reforonco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Prico 75 cents por copy, or 85
cents postage paid to any address.
THOS. G THRUM,
Publisher, Stationor, etc.
Fort stroot, Honolulu. 192-2v
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE A110V E TOUT ON
Monday, January 6th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho undersigned ore now proiared to
issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points lit tiie unitoa mates.
gTFor further particulars rcKMillu
Froight or Passngo, apply to
Wsr. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
173-td General Agonts.
yinn HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE. rOB
fUU salo in lots to suit.
14rt-tl Kahuku, Kau, Hawaii.
ono week only.
AID I'OHT MJtKET.
-1. O. ItOX 143
DDMT HEITUTE MOMENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on the 4th tiny of Jnnunry, A. D. 1890, the
undersigned sold to E. A. Jacobsen all hU
Uiterestln the firm of Jucobson it PfelfTor.
OITAB. II. PKEIFFKR.
Honolulu, Jan. G, 1806. 10.V3t
I WII.I. NOT HE itESrONSIBI.E FOli
any debts vontractcd In my namo, without
my written order. JAS. NOTT, Ju.
lOO-St January fl, 1896.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWAKD & BBOWN PIANO,
ITns nn excellent tone nnd is in lino comli.
lion. Will lo sold cheap for cash.
Address Ij. T.
ll."-tf Bulletin Office.
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