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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 18D6.
LtOCAL AND GENERAL.
Ewa mill is now running.
Poltoo Judgo Georgo do la
Vorgnu has entered on his du
ties. Pacific Lodgo of M.iaons has
work in the first degree fur to
night. Tho standard timu whistlu now
sounds at 1 :30 p.m. instead of
' Zamlooh will probably go to
Hilo nftor his final performance
horo noxt Saturday.
Pastor Garvin of tho Christian
church baptized eight peraons at
tho evening sorvico yostordny.
Tomorrow iftornoon at 2:30
thoro will bo a woman's prayer
meeting in tho pirlors of tho
Control Union Ohuroh.
Tho Hawaiian bund hns boon
ong.igpd to whilo uwiythotimo
wasted by jockeys and drivers in
tho moos noxt Friday.
B. Marx hns boen elected to
aotivH membership in the Borotn
nia Tennis club, and E. Wode
lioueo is to design tho olnb hg.
Complete roturns from tho Sen
atorial oluction on Hawaii are ex
nooted by tho ntcitner Hull, duo
M i iHh ill Brown's visit lo Maui
wiitj for the purpose of investigat
ing tho recent railroad accidont
on tho Wuiluku plantition, but
nothing new was discovered, as
the truck had beon rolaid whore
' tho accident occurred.
The Italian cruiser purchasod
quite a stock of hardware and
lubricating oil here, bosidos 450
tons of coal. No provisions wero
taken on board as the vessel was
Tho only official returns which
have come to hnnd in the Interior
Oflico of tho election on Hawitii
give Young. G6 and Holstein 57.
It is oxpeoted that Holstom will
lun far ahead in tho precincts
having a preponderance of native
votors and that ho will bo oloctod.
A largo mongooso was captured
by ono of tho Bulletin's compos-
itora in u common rat trap this
morning, an egg being used us tho
bait. It wan turned over to Com
missioner Mnrsdon for CJaptuiu
Drow of tho Audrow Welch, whuBs
vcbsuI is infestod with rats.
Tho reason tho Cristoforo Co
lombo did not stay in port longor
is thnt Ouptain Brtolini was an
aious to teaoh Sun Francisco in
order to have nocessary ropuirs
made to tho machinery of tho vos
sol. A stay of fully a month wilt
bo made in tho Biy City for thai
A Portuguese woman was ar
rested this morning on a charge of
doserting hor hpsbund. This is
tho second offense. On a previous
occasion tho woman left her hus
band nnd wont to Hawaii, from
whence she was brought buck by
A picture sale extraordinary
will take place shortly ut the Pu
ciflo Hardwaro Company's art
rooms. A unmbor of tho fiuest
works of art ovor displayod in
Honolulu, somo of which aro now
on oxhibition, will bo sold ut auc
tion. Lovers of art should look
out for this sale.
Professor Zamlooh was greoted
with another crowdod house at Y.
M. 0. A. hall on Saturday evon
ing. Everything ho did elicited
applause and his constant flow of
humor mado laughter provail
throughout. Tho changes from
provious b-lls wero highly pleas
ing and just as wonderful as tho
feats they substituted.
WilHo Potorson was driving
along Bethel street last night
with a young lady friend in a
brako whon tho horso ran into a
pile of lumber lying in tho streot
on whioh no red light had boon
placed. The brako was over
turned and tho ocoupants thrown
out but not injurod. Tho harness
was brokon and tho vehicle badly
J. H. Sohnnok loft his office
door open tho other night. A pc
liooman notified Captain Scott of
tho fact and the two seurchod tho
room for valuables as they had
. no key to look tho door. Quito a
sum of money was found in a
drawer whioh Captain Seott turn
f' ed over to tho owner tho noxt
morning. Mr. Schnaok presentod
tho picoman with $5 and this
rnornlj)gcavo Captain Scott a
valuablogold watoh ohnrra as n
token of-approciation. '
Murshal Brown returned yester
day from a trip to Maui.
Dr. J. K. Smith baa returned
from a trip to Kauai.
No nowB from tho volcano was
recoivod by yesterday's teamor.
Tho full text of tho famous
Monroo doclriuo is printod on the
Tho clerk of tho woathor has
boon intorviowodand has promis
ed fine woathor for Friduy.
Tho Hawaiian band will give a
concert at Emma squuro tonight
Tho reconstruction of tho tole
phono lines betweon this oity nnd
Wuinnao h8 boon completed.
Profesfor Muxwoll ol tho Plant
ers' Experimental Station roturn
ed from Kau li by yostorday's
Minister King nnd Superintend
out of Public Works Jlowell re
turned from M.iui by the Cluudine
It has cost tho ship Tarn O'
Shanter 100 for police foes in
connection with the arrest of do
sorters. Blundoll's Ait Enamel Paints,
usoful for decorating old pieces of
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
Paul Isenberg, Sr., Senator H.
P. Baldwin and C. M. Cooko ro
turnod by tho Mikahaln yostordny
from a trip to Kauai plantations.
Consul Sohaofer and a number
of ladies and gentlemen wero en
tertained on board tho Italian
cruiser on Saturday afternoon.
The Bulletin holiday edition
famished plonty of reading mat
tor for those who did not go to
W. H. Cornwell camo ovor on
tho Claudino, and it will be safo
to hot that he will remain fir the
races on tho 17th.
Tho Bteamor Coptic will le.ive
for tho Coast on "Wednesday. Mail
a copy of tho holiday edition of
tho Bulletin to your friends
abroad by her.
Ed. Dekutn, with fifteon years'
oxporiutico In handling bonks and
statiouory in Portland, Oregon,
hns accented a position in tho
Wnll, Nichols Company.
Manogor J. J. Cameron of
Wirth's circus roturned yesterday.
He roporls crowded houses ut
Wailnku and elsowhero on Maui.
Tho circus will return to Honolu
lu next Sunday and will probably
give two or throo inoro perform
ances beforo leaving.
Kntarlulncd at Dinner.
Consul and Mrs. Sohaefor gave
a farewell dinnor to tho Duko des
Abruzzi, Captain Bertolini and
other officers of the Cristoforo Co
lombo ut their Nuuanu valloy re
sidence last night which was an
ol&borato affair. BosidoB tho
guests of the evening the follow
ing wore prosont: Mr and Mrs
Runjoa, Mrs Graham, Miss Grau,
Mr and Mrs Hoting, Misses
Widemann (2), Miss Mollie At
kinson, Miss Grace 'Robertson,
Miss Kato McGrow, Captain Pig
man of the Bonnington nnd MonB
New Tolcano picture.
D. Howard Hitohcook'a now
volcano picture is probably tho
finest work ho has ever accom
plished in this lino. It is now
being oxhibited in ono of tho
show windows of tho Pacific Hard
waro Company and attracts muoh
attention from passersby. Tho
pioturo has boon already pur
chased by E. C. Mnof.irlano. It
convoys to tho eyo a hotter idea of
tho reality of tho tromondous in
forn of Kilauoa than unything
wo have yet seon, and is especially
valuable as having beon skotohed
from un ontirely new point of
A Cloie Call.
At yesterday's praatico shoot of
Company C of tho Citizens' Guard,
N. W. Brundage narrowly os
capod boing hurt. In jumping
off a fonco with a loaded rifle in
his hand, Lioutonant Copoland's
weapon wont off. Fortunatoly no
ono wub hurt but the bullet grazed
Mr. Brundage's . kneo, outting a
swath through his pants and un
derclothing, It was altogether too
olcso to ho comfortable for Mr.
Highost of all in Li'uvouing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Eoport.
ax oiii Rsaitisii vi nw.
Editoh Bulletin: Apropos of
annex ition, tho following editorial
no to fro'-n tho London Morning
Post of Oct. 20, 1853, my provo
"If the Americans aro desirous
of acquiring a tunnop ily of tho
trade of China nnd Japan they
have only lo start n strain com'
municiition betwten California and
those countries, making the Snud
wioh Islands their great central
station. Tho multitude of groups
of Islands, rich in native produce,
which aro scattered over the Pa
cific and Eastern oceans, afford
most extraordinary Lcilitiis fur
tho. extension of s ton in navigation.
This extension can bo made more
conveniently by Amorica than
oven by Engl mil, and if tho ac
quisition of the Sandwich Island-
by tho United Stntos should lead
to that result, we should regird it
us a oircuinstauce auspicious to
the commerce of tho world, by af
fording means for tho develop
ment of the vast natural ronnur
cos, not only of t e tropic 1 Isl
nnds but of tho empire of Japan,
the ports of whioh have recently
for tho first time boon opened to
the intercourse of the strangor,
through the enterprise and spirit
of tho American government."
J. B. D.
Honolulu, Jan. 13. 1896.
Vestibule rod aro thoso littlo
brass rods used for sash curtains
Vouetian doors or windiws. King
Bros, huvo them for sale with
Mechanics' Hnmo, corner Hotel
and Nuuitnu streets, lodging by
duy, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts per night $1, nnd
$1.25 por woek.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Doutfll
office Cottage No. 100, Alakea
stroot, telephono No. G15. Office
hours 9 A.m. to i p.m.
Dr. Geo. P, Andrews
Urncc: Maso.mu Buii.dimo.
Office hours : 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 4 p.m
Itcaidenco with Prof. W. D. Aloxander,
Punahou Htreot. 200-tf
MY WIPE, MARIA BARRETT, HAVINO
left my bed and bonrd aealnat mr will, I
hereby notify tho public that I will not bo
responsible for any debts contracted by her.
Honolulu, January 11, 18'J0. 200-lw
BROWN & KUBEY !
Carry an immense
stock of ... ,
of ovory description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE-
In tho Arlington Illock, Hotel street
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Dy order of Messrs T. II. Davles A Co., I.d.,
I will Hell at public auction
at Brewer's v, harf
On Wednesday, Jan. 15 th,
At 10 o'clock a. m., a quantity of
In 0, 7, 8, 0 and 10 feet lengths damaged
ou voyage of importation per bark "Alder
groo" from LKerpool.
Jas. F. Morgan,
King Bros, are nfforing a vry
good article in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Frisco prices.
City Uarnngo Co.. J. S. And.
rndo, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and caro
tid driver ring up iVlophouo 113,
corner of Frt and Mcrclmnt
"tttx'tf Hack at -ill hours.
lly viltilu of n Wilt uf Execution IhsiisI
out of thu Circuit Court, on tho 0th iloyof
December, A. I). 18!).", against Ah T.eoug,
defendant, in favor of Andrew McCabo.
plaintiff, fur tho mini of $SI).G0, 1 havo lo ied
upon nnd shall oxposo for salo at tho Station
Iloutte in tho District of Honolulu, Island
ofOahu, at 12 o'clock of Tuesday, tho 11th
day of I'ebruary, A. D 1890, to the highest
bidder, all the right, title and interest of
tho said Ah Lcoug, defendant, ill and to the
following property, nnlem said judgment,
interest, costs and my oxpensus bo previous
List of property for salo :
Consisting of leasehold' interests, rights
and privileges in n certain hind situato at
Kulawahine, Hon .lulu, Onhu, described
aud rccoidcd in Liber 121, p. 239; anil lease
hold interests, rights and privileges in n
certain laud sltnala at Hnmo placo, describod
aud recorded in Liber 121, p. S01.
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 8, 1890. 103-.1t
YOU DON'T KNOW
What you miss if you havo
not triod . . .
For tho Coinploxion, Sunburn,
nnd for Uso Aftor Shaving.
ffo6roiz Drztg Co
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEN'I) WILL BE
paid to thu Stockholders of Wildir's S. S. Co.
ou Tuesday, January IT, ltf'Jli.
S. 11. HOSE.
Ohiuigo of locution to
Accommodnto tho public.
ENTERTAINMENTS WILL RE-COMMENCE
tfemple of Vlystery!
Corner of Hlclmrds and Merchant
strtcU (formerly Kvaus' Japanese!
Theatre) v, lileh has been remodeled
and Improved and uiadc comfort
able In all respects.
TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 14th,
And ovory night during tho week.
Change of I'rogram e cry night.
Children nuder 12 juirs, 25 cent. Tickets
for reserved chair 7& cents. , On sale at tliu
llobrou Drug Company . 200-td
J4 !" fill fsQw'l i9 1 1 rlL i M
A WEEK OE
N. S. SACHS,
620, Fort Stroet,
Towels, Table Damasks and J3ed
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Tho Turkish Bath Towel that wo oflor during tho wcok for S1.8." per dozen, can't ba
beat. Tho ono for$2.")0u do7cu is nil oxtra sio Towel, and worth n gjod dcil niorol
Tho Hod Tnblo Damask for S.T cents n yard, is n big bargain. The half blenched Table
Damask at 10 conts a yard is all linen and n special hirudin.
Ued Sproads from $1.00 upwards.
K3F" llemembcr lliete ltductioi nrefiir
THIS, SPACE RESERVED FOR
mm t itr n rtt
N. B. Will toll you why
H. E. McINTYEE & BRO.,
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now OoodsJRcceived by Every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PEODUOE BY EVERY STEASIEE.
AH Orders faithfully attondod to and Goods Delivered to any
Part of the City FltEE,
Island Orders Solicited, Satisfaction Ooarantxxp
EAST COIINEB JfORT AND KING STKEETS.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. 1.
Oflico on Kaahnmanu street, lately occu
pied by Mr. Thurston. IW-tf
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embroidery Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
boing tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double the numbor
givon to all other Sewing Ma
ohinos B. BERQEItSON,
my31 tf Bothel st., Honolnln.
Land and Houses For Sale.
THERE IS A PrECE OF LAND TO
gether with two houses on Kekauliko stroot
botwoon King streot and Kapnukolo road,
nowrontod at $300 n year; will sell for
$2000. For f urthor particulars apply to
w. o. Aom,
Honolulu, January 11. 1800. gOO-lm
Cor. Niiunnu mid DeretnuU Stt.
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