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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 15, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Merchants complain of dull
hualnoss ainoo tbo holidays.
Znraloch will give a matineo on
Saturday nftprnoon at 2:30.
Tbo Board of Hoallh in holding
its regular woekly session this
A mooting of tbo Kilohana Art
Loaguo ia callod for tomorrow
Land agent Brown has gonoto
Maui on business connected with
Privato W. Lvlo of Company B
waa prosented with a leathor mo
dul last night.
Tbo Alamoda from the Const is
due tomorrow with thirteen days
J. 11. Wilson, tho volcano stago
lino propriotor, hns started u now
lino from Hilo to Onomea.
A two story building for Rich-
nrds & Schoon has boon com
moncod at Hllo.
Bishop Willis returned from his
pastoral visit to Hawaii by tho
Likeliko this morning.
Tho annual meeting at tho Cen
tral Union Church takes place on
the 22d oi January.
Mr. Storoy, tho popular cutter,
hns accepted a position with H.S.
Troglo.m, tho tailor.
Volcano tourists, of whom a
l.irrro mi rubor nro oxnootod bv tho
Alamoda tomorrow, will bo in
H. L. Holstein, who may yet bo
senator from Hawaii, was ono of
tho passengers to arrive on tho
Invitations for tho ball to bo
given by Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Scbaofer next Monday aro already
Throe natives wero arrested
this morning for fishing on pri
vate flshinc crounds noar Kaka-
Drepsmakors nil over town are
rushed with business this wook
on account of tho forthcoming
President Dole and party wero
to bo ut tho volcano on the 13th.
They had previously visited Puna
luu and Naalehu.
This is ladies' day at tho Paoi
fio Tennis courts, and tho band
will play at tho Executive build
ing pt 4 o'clock.
Comnanv B has challenced thor
seoond team of tho Sharpshooters
for a match and tho ovont will
como off on Saturday week.
Out of 124 Senatorial voters of
Hilo only sixty-nine appoared to
voto on oleotion day, and two of.
theso votes were declared void.
One of Captain Murray's Com
pany H. men has deserted and
joined tho Bonuington, and Mur
ray is in a quandary what to do
Rov. D. P. Birnio and Mrs.
Birnio will bo at homo every
Thursday afternoon and evening,
unless there is a meeting ut the
Central Union Church.
Tho second lecture in tho Y.M.
0. A. oourse will bo givon next
Saturday evoning at 7:30 o'clock.
Subject: "Anoiont, Mediaeval and
Modern Surgery" by Dr. 0. Clif
Duriug tho last special session
of tho Legislature $5000 was ap
propriated for the extonsion of the
Hilo wator works. Tho Hilo
Tribune asks: 'jWhero is the
money and work?"
Members of the Kilohana Art
Loaguo aro rominded of tho moot
ing to bo hold at tho rooms to
morrow, Thursday ovoning at 8
o'clock. Tho business is very im
portant and tho presence of every
member is earnestly desired.
Tho musio to bo ronderod dur
ing tho perforraanoo of "Mere
dith's Old Coat" to be given at In
dependence Park pavilion on tho
evening of January 25th will bo
rendered by a sextotto from tho
Y. M. O. A. orchestra, under the
leadership of Wray Taylor, and a
mandolin and guitar quartet.
Owing to tho inability of some
mombors to attend,whose presence
was much desired, the annual
moeting of the Honolulu Orickot
Club last niglit adjourned until
Thursday evoning. Criokot is
not dead by any moans, as there
was a unanimous desire expressed,
on this occasion, to have tho com
ing soason open a month earlier
Carl Klommo will ren am in
Ono drunk comprised thos'm
total of last night's arrests.
Tho Japanese Booths has mado
its appoaranco at Hana Maui.
P. Oartor left for Kauai by tho
Mikabala last night.
Two Japanese stowaways on
the Coptic will bo roturned home.
Tho outgoing steamers all had
light passongor lists yostordiy.
Sharpshootors are preparing t
colobrato Captain Dodgo's return
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Holddworth
roturned from Hawaii yesterday
by the W. G. Hall.
J. S. Martin, tho tailor, is suf
foritig from an attack of rhouain
tism. Ho wj3 ablo to be about
Thoro will be n meeting of tho
lluwniiun Relief Socioty tomor
row morning at tho residence of
Mrs. S. 0. Allen.
Thero aro over 200 pupils at tho
night school. Miss Kammnr has
bojii added to tho corps of teach
ors, which now numbers six.
A nativo child died this morn
ing and Undertaker Ed Williams
is conducting its funeral this
Thero wero only eight ensos on
tho Polico Court calondar this
morning and tho session of Court
occupiod but a few minutes.
An excellent lunch will be
served at Waianao on tho 17th to
visiting excursionists, nnd tho
oharge for tho same will bo very
Colonol McLoan threatens to
mako examples of thoso soldiers
who are habitually ubsont from
drill and this is announced to be
tho last day of grace.
Antono Record and Mis. Loka
lia Juch pleaded guilty of adul
tery this morning anil were fined
$35 and $'20 and costs respec
tively. J. J. Cameron, manager of
Wirth's circus, lost a valuablo
pearl pin today. Tho finder will
bo liberally rewnrded bv leaving
tbo same at too Hawaiian Hotel
H. E. Walker is soiling a now
device, which, indicated tho ago of
ostensibly fresh eggs. It is very
ingenious nnd a bad egg is readily
detected by it.
Tho dog catoher was around
again this morning, but did not
seem to bavo much luck up to
8:30. Up to noon the total catch
was 4. Eleven dogs wero takon
Tho judges for the races on
Friday will bo H. Cunningham, J.
J. Sullivan and S. I. Shaw. The
startors have not yet been select
ed but will most likely be Ohas
B. Wilson and Tom Wright.
Over $15000 will bo probably
tbo reooipts of the custom house
this woek. This has beon about
the average for some weeks now
and about $50,000 a month is
flowing into tho treasury from
tho custom house department.
V. H. Rioknrd has a card elso
whero announcing himsolf as a
business agent at Honokaa, Ha
waii. Ho may bo depopded on to
give caroful attontion to all mat
ters entrusted to him.
Dr. Ryder, whoso looture on
Saturday ovoning is announced
olsowhoro, was a physician of tho
State Woman's Hospital of Cali
fornia. Thereforo ho is woll qual
ified to discuss tho subjoot of his
Alapai, a woll-known nativo
contractor, who has dono a largo
amount of work for the govern
ment at different times, died this
morning. His funeral will tako
plaoo tomorrow morning from
Kawaiahno church under tho di
rection of C. E. Williams.
Tho trial of Mary Alves for tho
larcony of $140 in gold from Mar
oelline do Lemba waB partly had
yesterday afternoon in the Dis
trict Court and postponed till
Saturday. Humphries & Davis
assisting tho prosooution and
Jndgo Magoon defending.
Zamlooh oponod up last night
in his now quartors at Evans'
Opera Houso, with a fair Bizod
audionce. Several new and mys
terious tricks wero givon in tho
profossor'a usual neat way, Tho
porformanoo will bo repeated to
night. Tho place had been fixed
up and made muoh moro comfort
ablo than formerly.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
In Honoror the Twouty.nftli Miniver-knrj-ol
Noxt Saturday will bo tho 25th
annivorsary of tho incoption of
tho German ompiro whioh dates
from tho proclamation of King
William I of Prussia as Emperor
of Gormany at Versiillos after tho
A committoo composed of Con
sul J. F. llackfeld.F. A Schaefor.
II. Itenjes, E. Suhr, G. Kunst and
II. Schultze bavo nrrauged for a
celebration at Iudopeiulenco park,
comprising music, dancing, sing
ing and speaking during tho af
tornoon, and n dinner at the Ha
waiian hotel in tliu ovoning.
m m m
Etoliitlou ul the llrclrtcul IlKi-bor.
Eloctricity has invaded tho bar
ber's shop, and nlro-idy moro than
threatens to displace the shears
It does this in the form of a
comb, over tho tooth of which is
stretched a p'ntinuin wire. A
push, or "nwitoli, ai ranged over
the handle of tho comb onablos
tho harbor to throw a current of
olootricity through tho teeth or
wire over the same, nnd thus
raiso the temperature to a bright
heat. The comb is thon pasuod
through tho hair, which it "cuts,"
or rather singes off, as smoothly
and skilfully as un export opera
tor could clip it. It is claimed
that tho locks thus treutod by tho
new barbor are bonefited rather
than injured, as tho hairs do not
"bleed" ns they do when cut by
scissors, whilo tho evonnoss of
tho cutting is remarkable. To
uso tho apparatus all that 1b no
cossury is to remove an incandes
cent lamp from a socket, put the
plug of the "singo-outting" comb
in its place, and it is ready for
A Now Outlet I'or Itlolaen.
Perhaps tho oddest pavemont
over laid is ono just completed at
Uhino, (Jaliiorma, wlncli ib made
mostly of molasses, and if it
proves tho success claimed for it,
it may point a way to tho sugar
planters in tho north of the co
lony whereby they may turn their
usoless molasses to profitable ac
count. Tho head chemist of the
laotory at unino was led somo
timo ago to make cortain experi
ments by laying down a sidowalk,
1000ft. long, from tho factory to
tho main atreot. Tho molasses
used wero tho rofuso product
hitherto boliovcd to be valueless.
It was simply uiixod with a cer
tain quantity of sand to about tho
consistency of asphalt, and laid
like an asphalt pavement. Tho
composition bocomos quite hard,
and romains so. A peculiar point
is that tho sun only makes it
dryer and harder, iustoud of soft
ening it, so oftou the case with
asphalt. A block of the compo
sition 2ft. long, a foct wide, and
lin. thick wus submitted to sovoro
tests, and stood them well. Laid
with an inch or so of its edge
raised on supports, it withstood
repeated blows of a machine ham
mor without showing any sign of
oraok or bend.
Frank J. Boran, a linotype oper
ator in tho Daily Telegraph oflico,
Sydney, composed 17,040 ems of
solid nonpareil in ono hour. This
is equal to a good day and a half's
work by a smart typo-sotter, and
the Daily Telogrnph regards it as
close to tbo best American lino
China has agreed to allow the
Russian Paoiuo squadron to
winter Bouth of Shantung, a pro-
vmco in tbo north of (Jhinn.
Mr. Gladstone has declined an
invitation to visit Chicago and
speak in aid of tho fund being
ruisod in tbo United States for the
relief of tho Armenians.
Arthur Fitzgorald, ohargod with
assaulting John McLain with a
deadly weapon, was brought up
in the Police Court this morning.
By permission ho was givon until
tho 22nd to plead and his bail
fixed at S500, ponding tho hearing.
Latest U.S Gov't Roport.
Bliindoll's ArtEnamel Paints,
nsof ul for decorating old pieces of
furniture King Bros., Hotel
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephono No. G15. Oflico
hours 9 am. to 4 r.M.
Polo cornices for windows or
donrs; fmm 4 foet to 12 foot long
with wood or brass trimmings at
King Bios , Hotol stroot.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Ilbtol
and Niiuunu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts por night $1, and
$1 25 por week.
Vestibule rods aro thoso littlo
brass rods usod for sash curtains
Vonotian doors or windows. King
Bros, bavo them for salo with
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
haok with good borso and care
ful driver ring up Tclophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Haok at all hours.
Genuineness is raro with
French perfumes. They aro
so good they aro imitated. Wo
havo an exquisite assortment
direct from tho manufacturers.
They aro Genuine. Wo sell
them same as American Per
fumes, and you ought to havo
Hobron Duca Co.,
Headquarters for fine perfumes.
Ohango of location to
Accommodate tho public.
ENTERTAINMENTS WILL RE-COMMENCE
tfemple of JVtysteryl
Comer of Itlchards and Merchant
streets (formerly Erans' Japaneao
Ttieatre) which bus been remodeled
nod Improved and made comfort
able In all respects.
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 15th
And ovory night during tho wook.
Change of Program every night.
Children under 13 cars, 25 cents, Tickets
for reserved chairs 75 cents. On sale at the
llohron Drug Company. 200-td
MY WIPE, MARIA BARRETT, HAVING
left my bed nnd board against my will, I
hereby notify thu public that I will not bo
responsible for an) debts contracted by her.
Honolulu, January 11, ISM. !i00-lw
A WEEK OF
mQmm mwrngmo? aoB$,
520, Fort Stroot,
Towels, Table Damasks and J3ed
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Tho Turkish Until Towel Hint wo offer during
bent. Tho ono for $2.50 n dozen is an oxtrn
Tho Ited Tnblo Damask for 35 cents n yard, U n
Dnuinsk nt -10 cents n yard Ik all linen and n
Bed Snronds from $1.00 ujnvnrds.
gjG Jlemfmber there Iltdiictiont are fur
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
jT N.-B. Will tell you why
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
.Honolulu. II. I.
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obtained by any Exhibitor, and
moro than double the number
givon to all other Sewing Ma
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my3l tf Bethel st., Honolulu.
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