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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
0. M. Oooko left or Kauai last
night by tho Wuinloalo.
Company G moots tonight for
business and drill.
Mrs. Groto and childron of Ho
nokaa enmo over on the Iwalani.
Harry 0. Austin is captain of
tho reorganized Citizens Gunrd of
Tho fiimily of the now Inspoctor
Goneral of Sohoola will resido at
N. S. Saohs offer a wook of bar
gains in towols, tablo damasks
and bod spreads.
Minister Coopor and Mujor J.
W. Jones returned by the Kinau
Tho bark S. N. Castlo is expect
od to sail for San Francisco to
morrow at 10 o'clock.
Company 7 of tho Citizens'
Guard, Captain Hiugloy meets
tonight at tho lteform School.
Corporals Fetter nnd Parker of
Company A havo paused satisfac
Hhus, the popular bootblack at
Roach's barber shop, is onrollod
as a pupil at tho night school.
E. F. Bishop, G. P. Wildor, It.
Lishman and E. Horner wore
among tho Kinau's passongors.
King Bros, aro offering a very
good urticlo in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Frisco prices.
Charles Croighton has been
nucod to dotend
Carl Klein cue-
whon his trial comes oil on Fri
day. Cantain O'Brien's company of
tho Citizens' Guard will have a
praotice Bhoot at Kukiako range
Tho regular monthly meoting
of tho Loilani Bjat Club takes
placo this ovoning at tho Ha
Among tho Kinau's oargo yes
tordiiy was eight bales of wool and
a "mool," as Josh Billings called
J. T. Stackor bus not as yot as
sumed the position of city editor
on the Advertiser. Mr. Bradford
still holds down tho desk.
Tho annual meeMng of tho Ho
nolulu Criokot Clab will bo hold
nt tho Arlington Hotel Tuesday,
January Mth, at 7:30 p. m.
W. 0. Atwater, J. C. Loronzon
and L. U. Abies have been eleoted
trustees of Harmony Lodge No. 15,
I. O. 0. F., for tho present year.
The volcano is active again and
the first voloano passengers of tho
season, who left yesterday on the
Hall, may consider themselves in
A largo portion of tho crew of
tho Cristoforo Colombo wore giv
en liborty yesterday afternoon
and evening, and took in the
sights of tho city.
Tho Horn in Monday's issue to
tho effect that it was Jas. Nott,
Jr., that was assaulted was incor
rect, as it was William, son eV
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
Tho First Battalion had a pro
liminury drill on tho parade
ground last night and afterwards
marched through tho prinoipal
streets. Riot drill at Rtroet cor
ners was practiced.
Tbo Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will
moet on Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock for rohoarsal in tho up
stairs room. Evory mombor is
requested to bo presont, as now
music will be practicod.
Minister King and Suporinton
dont of Public Works Howell
leavo for Maui today by tho Like
liko for tho purpose of looking
into tho matter of roads and
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, cai
furnish best faotory references.
Ordres loft at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to bo tho same
as done in factory.
The preliminary exahiinatio'n of
David Elia, charged with rape on
a thirtoen-year-old native girl,
took placo beforo Judge Perry
yoBtorday aftornoon. On tho
tostiraony of tho girl and Dr.
Emerson tho Court hold tho de
fondant for trial at tho Cirouit
Court and fixod his bail at $2500.
Captain Burtolini of tho Italian
oruisor spoiks English iluently.
Sbvon desertors from tho ship
Tam O'Shonter aro posted at tho
C. D. Chaso is the happiest
man in town today, and it is nil
on account of tho Voloano.
A Citizon's Guard badge was
found on Fort street and is at tho
Bulletin businosB office.
Tho Hilo olootion was somo
what of a surprise to somo poo
plo. The Hollistor Drug Co Ltd re
ceived a large shipmont of celery
compound by tho last Australia.
Thomns von Krown is hold at
tho station Iioubo to bo examined
us to his sanity.
Judge Perry is still officiating
as Polioe Magistrate and got
through with a calondar of fifteon
cases this morning.
Bcsorved soats for tho second
porformanco of Zunloch nt Y, M.
0. A. hall tomorrow evening are
selling very rapidly. Thero will
bo an entire chango of programme.
A Jipanese employed by tho
Road Board nt Napoopoo was kill
ed by tbo explosion of guint
powder which ho had stolen and
accidentally struok with a drill.
Mystic Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, will install their newly
eleotod officers this ovoning.
After tho installation Services a
banquet will bo hold at their
Marshal Brown scorns to keep
pretty good traok of his polico-
men. bevoral of tuem nnvo beon
accorded private interviews lately,
which will iuuro to tho benefit of
tho forco or thero will be some
"Swoet Emily" is an Hawaiian
fomalo who was wasting hor sweet
ness on tho desert air of tho polico
station nt noon, having boon haul
ed in on n chargo of assaulting
and battering Mistress Alcuabo.
President Dole has appointed
John ISmmoluth, John T. Wator
houso and J. B. Athorton a com
mission to investigate tho fresh
meat trado in accurdanco with a
joint resolution passod at the spe
cial session of tho Legislature.
Tho Hilo Tribuno continues its
six page form It -has long arti
cles about tho development of tho
country, but loading events in
Hilo itself are in some casoy rathor
slighted. In the court report for
instance, tho criminal charges
and names of attorneys are omit
ttd. Raakumoku was tried this
morning for tho larceny of twonty
dozen bottles of beer belonging to
Maofarlano & Co. Ho plendod
guilty and Judge Perry sontencod
him to one year at hard labor and
$25 fino, whioh is at tho rate of
throe days for evory two bottles.
Thero is very littlo betting be
twoou tho supporters of tho two
horses matched to race this after
noon by Olaronca Macfnrlano and
Gus Schumann. A well-known
horsoman says it will bo hard to
pick tho winner.
FranoiB Carroll is tho namo of n
sailor from tho Tarn O'Shantor
who deserted that vossel two
weeks ago. Mr. Carroll ohunged
his name and wont down to Ewa,
whoro ho got employment painting
tho mill. Officer Hammer got on
his trail ond wont down to Ewa
ItiBt night and arrostod his man
whon ho showed up for work this
THE GIRISTOFOUO COLOMIIO.
OMIccrs Will bo Entortalucd
Durlncr Her Wtay.
Tho Italinn war vessel now in
tho harbor will muko a vory short
stay, as hor captain is anxious to
mako up somo of his lost time. As
at presont arranged the veBsel
will leavo early on Monday morn
ing.but strouuous efforts are being
made by loading oitizens to in
duoo Captain Bortolini to remain
over till Tuesday. Tho vossel is
now taking on coal as rapidly us
If the vossel remains till Tues
day Consul and Mrs. F. A.
Schaefor will givo a reception and
danco at their Nuuanu valley resi
dence on Monday evening to the
Duke degli Abruzzi and tho othpr
officers of tbo cruisor wbiob will
bo a grand affair,
It is also said that Mrs. H. W,
Schmidt will give a danco in hon
or of the visiting Italians Borne
ovoning this weok.
Highest of all in Leavoning Power. Latett U.S. Gov'tRoport.
Cftnue nml Effect.
The Bulletin's funny mon u
goBts that tho rough trip htneo of
tho Kin mi was duo to having, be
sides a circus, throo Bishops on
board the Anglican and Cathollo
Bishops and E. Faxon Bishop of
0 Brower & Co. Also, that when
tho court party arrived nt Hilo,
the immediate off- cts were that the
Volcnno broko out again, tho Ter
rapin Stow Club hi ml a hall nnd
gave a danco, and the new Portu
guese bind played thirty-BOVOti
The Allilctlc Amxtclittloii.
A mooting of tho above asa-'c'a-tion
was held at Y. M. C. A. hall
last night to fix a date for the
next Hold day, is tbo postponed
races from Now Year's day havo
boon sot for January 17th. Aftor
Bomo consideration, Saturday,
January 25th, was finally agreed
on. Aftor electing sovoral now
mombors tho meotinc adjourned.
The Klcctlou on Ilnwnll.
The official returns received by
tho Kinnu are to the effect that
Aloxandor Young rocoived 128
votes and H. L. HoMoin 127
out of tho 255 votes cast. The
vote is ho close that the official
count is needed to detormine tho
rosult. Tho returns show that
only a fovv moro than half the
number ontitlod to voto exorcised
thoir prerogative, and that very
little lnlorost was taken in the
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ZAIUI.OCII IN CLKVr.It.
He Drome I! i Standard Tricks In Nn
Zamloch, tho Austrian conjuror,
had n largo audienco nt Y. M. 0.
A. hall last night, nnd ho kept
ovorybody laughing and wonder
ing throughout his porformnuco.
Tho amusoment was greatly en
hanced by Billy Marx, his stngo
partner, "nover in a hurry,'' who
played tho lazy assistant to a
Although tho feats in legerdo
main were not new in kind, tho
professor introduced new modos
in tueir execution which gave
them nil novelty. In the flow of
talk with whioh conjurors distract
attention from their movements,
Professor Zamloch is so humor
ous as to make that of itself a
happy foature of his exhibition.
In the card trick of ordering
up certain cards, instead of placing
a container of tho cards on a table
ho givos a bouquet to an assistant
from tho audionco to hold aloft,
and without any visible commu
nication has the cards to rise as
they are called. In connection
with this trick, tho profossor
placed a woodon platter on a t
bio and a drum on standards,
both in tho aisle somo distance
from tho stage. Ho mado the
platter answer questions with
raps on tho tablo, and tho drum
with taps, roll call and march.
Another exceedingly clovor
trick was drawing wino, dry tapo,
flags of various nations and oigars
out of a bottle, pouring out the
wino between the extractions of tho
other articles. J.M. Vivas andF.W.
Weed, who assisted at this feat,
although Bitting quito near on
oithor side of tho tablo could not
detect tho docoption.
Professor Zamloch is a most
gonial magician who keeps tho
audionco attentive and smiling
throughout. Thero will be a
chango of program on Thursday
ovoning. Nobody should miaa
Booing and bearing the famous
Austrian conjuror, now on his
third visit to Hawaii.
Company 'Q-,' N. Q-. H.,
EVERY MEMBER OF THIS COM
pany Is requested to appear at the
Drill Shed, In uniform at 7:U0 o'clock
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Jan.
Important business meeting.
JOHN M. KEA,
Captain Commanding Co. (1, N.il.H.
Cricket Club Meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Honolulu Crickot Club will bo hold at tho
Arlington Hotel, Kingstreet, onTUESDAY,
January 14th, nt 7:30 p.m.
R. L. AUEIUUOII,
IN A STATE OF UREAT
A Lnkr or Tire Two Hundred Peat
Ileon Mnde Hi Appearance
In Ono Night.
1 Tho steamer Kinnu brought
tho wolcomo uews to tourists,
holol-keoptrs and pooplo gen
erally that Kilauoa Volcano was
onco moro in a state of eruption.
Although there is somo difference
in regard to tho oxtont of tho
eruption tho following has been
loarned from different sources
and may bo reg-irded as reliable.
Tho renewed activity in tho pit
was first observed from tho Voloa
no Houso on Fridoy, January
3d, and at a few minutes beforo
mirin!ght tho molten Invn burst
forth, and bv morning u burning
lako about 200 feet deep had boon
formed. In oxtont tho pool of
firo whb about 200 feet wido and
250 long. Since Friday the lako
has boon steadily and slowly
rising nnd ns it does so it spreads
over a larger surface At last
nccounts it was about 450 feet bo
low tho floor of tho main crater,
tho nonreBt point from which it
can bo soon by visitors. Tho
illumination causod by tho snd
don oruption wns plainly visible
at Flilo, thirty-one miles distant.
From tho abovo aooount it
would appoar that tho Volcano is
in about tho samo condition as
when visited by tho writer a yoar
ago last Soptombor, but by this
time it may havo riBen much
Mystic Lodge No. 2,
Knights of Pythias.
AT THE RECHJIiAIt CONVENTION
of MYSTIO LODGE NO. 2. K. of P.. to bo
held ut their Castlo Hall THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, tho officers for tho ensuing
term will be installed.
All Knights qualified aro cordially invited
Per ordor of the 0. 0.
K. of It. AS.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu. II. I.
Olllco on Kmilititnanu street, lately occu
pied by Mr. 'I Iiurston. llU-tf
YOU DON'T KNOW
"What you miss if you havo
For tho Cotnploxion, Sunburn,
nud for Use Aftor Shaving.
Hobvon Drug Co
l fci-Ki &?rj
A WEEK OE
&oras snxranra qqqub
e e e e
N. S. SAOHS,
520, Fort Stroot, - ' - - - - Honolulu.
Towels, Tablo Damasks and JBed
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
TLo Turkish Bath Towel Hint we offer during tho wcok for $1.8.r per dozon, cin't bo
beat. Tho ono for $2.50 n dozen is au extra 8i70 Towel, nnd worth a Rood doil more.
Tho Hod Tablo Damask for .15 cents a yard, is a big bargain. Tho half bleached Table
Damiiflk nt 40 cents a yard is all linen and a Rjioclnl bargain.
Bod Spreads from $1.00 upwards.
DBF Ittmemher (lien llalitclimi are for out wrel niili. 107'tf
THIS SPACE 11ESERVED FOR
N. B. Will toll you why
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New GoodsRoceived by Every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PEODUOE BY EVERY STEAMEr,
All Orders faithfully attondod to and Goods Delivered to any
Part of tho City FREE,
Island Ordkb.4 Solicited, Samsfactioh Gcabantebp
EAST CORNER 20RT AND KING STREETS.
Y M O A Hall
Ttuirmlity Kteiitwr, Jnn. Olli.
Knlurday Evening, Jan. 1Kb,
Anil Saturday Matinee.
Tho Ronownod Tvfoglolan
Tho famous Prestidioit
ateur and Wonder
Worker of tho "World
IN NEW AND tMABVELOOS WONDERS.
Admission $1; no extra charge for reserved
scats Sale of scats at Y. M. C. A. hall com
mencing .Monday, from 10 am. to S pm,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on tho 4th day of January, A. D. 1800, tho
undersignod sold to E. A. Jacohsen all his
ntorest in tho firm of Jacobson Si PfeifTur.
CIIAS. II. PFEIFFER.
Houoluln, Jan. 0,1600. 105-3t
Dec. 31, 18'.15, 1 white horse branded T E on
left hind leu'.
Jan. 7, 18U0, 1 white horse branded (x) In
Chinese character on left hind leg.
Jan. 8, I roan horse, no brand, white snot
wn forehead, also on the chin, Ml legs shod.
Jan. 8, lb&0, I black horse, no braud, white
spot on forehead, all legs sliod.
Jan. 8, I8SW, I mam colored mare, brauded
In CIiIikso character on right hind leg, white
ipot on forehead, all legs white, and alto aru
uun. 9, ibvo, i oay uorsc,Dranucu in Viiintu
character, white spot on forehead, white right
All persons aro hereby notified, who havo
any claim on the aboc-ment!oned aulmals.to
present the same within the specified time al
low ed by law, falling which tliey will be sold
at auction, at tho (locrnment Pound, at Ma
MM on tun 25'h day of January, Jb'JO.
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isBiio for 1890j now ready, is fully
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Its convonionco and reliability
as a roferonce hand book has had
commercial and oflloial recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 cents per copy, or 85
cents postage paid to any address.
THOS. a THRUM,
Publisher, Stationer, oto.
Fort streot, Honolulu. 192-2w
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