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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Zamlooli again tonight.
Marshal Brown is on Kauai.
The Kilolmtm ArtLcaguo moots
tonight at 7:30.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orohoHtrn moots
for rohoaiaul this evening.
Ewa Bugnr of this senBOn's crop
is arriving by tho railroad daily.
Bnnd concert nt Thomas sqnaro
at i. o'olock thisaftornoon.
Tomorrow bning a National
holiday no papor will bo issued
from this oflico.
G. Garaon Konyon hna severed
his connoction with tho Indopon
dont. T. B. Murray has a card else
whero for his carriago-making
Goorgo Doslia has boon elected
ono of tho directors of tho I'ioneor
Building and Loan Association.
Pastor Birnio of tho Cantral
"Unlou church ond Mrs. Birnie
will bo "at homo" this evening
Tho Loilnni Boat Club will meot
in tho ba8oment of Hie Hawaiian
hotel tomorrow ovoniug at 7:30.
The British Commissioner paid
an official visit to the Foreign Of
fice yesterday afternoon.
The Gorman colobration ot In
dopeiidouco Park on Suturdny will
lost from 2 to G.
Honolulu Royal Arch Ohnpter
of Masons will install nfficors for
tho prosont torm tonight.
Tho Thimblo Boo of tho Ladies'
Society of tho Central Union
church is in progress this after
noon. A. B. Wood, a mombor of the
second team of tho Sharpshooters,
made his first 46 yesterday and is
Tho Hawaiian baud gave two
concerts yostorday afternoon, ono
at tho Mail wharf and later at the
The porformancoof "Meredith's
Old Coat" will not ba given until
Saturday weok, January 25th, at
Louis Konake is suffering from
a slight attack of the grip, but
still holds down tho dolivery de
partment at tho General Post
There will be a basobill game
on Saturday at 3:30 botweon the
Kamehamohas and the Hearts
on tho Kamehamoha School
Thoso beautiful paintings here
tofore described will bo sold at
auction by J. F. Morgan at tho
Pacifio Hardware Co.'s art gallery
at 10 on Saturday.
Wirth's circus will givo a per
formance at Ewa on Monday next.
The railroad company will run
special trains from "Waianao and
Sergeant Bergstrom has passed
bis examination for first liouton
ant of Company D, but cannot re
ceive his commission until Presi
dent Dolo roturns.
The adjourned mooting of the
Honolulu Crioket Club, which
was to have been held this ovo
ning, has boon postponed until
Mr. Ferguson of tho Ewa plan
tation entertained a largo party of
friends at his residence at Ewa
last night. The mill was inspeoted
by a large party of tourists during
Tho managemont of tho Oahu
Railway guarantee intonding ex
cursionists that a first-class lunoh
can be obtained at Waianao to
morrow at roasonablo prices.
Electrioal decorations of an
elaborate order will ho prominont
at tho forthcoming reception and
ball to bo given by Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Schaefor on Monday ovo
ning. Elsewhoro will bo found in tho
vernacular an invitation to all
German residonts to participate
in tho festivities at Independence
Park on Saturday, in honor of
the 25th anniversary of the pro
clamation of Emperor William I.
Tho card of W.R. Riley, sign
writer and dooorator, appears in
today's papor. Mr. Riley comes
here highly recommended by
Laoey R. Johnson, Mastor Mo
ohftnio, Canadian Paoifio Railway;
R. Maokay Fripp, a prominont
architect of Vancouver, and
Thos. Dunn & Co., one of the
largest mercantile houses in
Company A will meet for drill
Tomorrow will bo a National
Tho rnes tomorrow commonco
nt 1 o'olock sharp, rain or shine.
MiBS B. Carter loft yostorday
for San Francisco by the Coptic.
Businoss meoting of tho Young
Hawaiians' Institute) this ovening
Tho Coptic's outward mail from
this port consisted of 3008 totters
and 1514 papors.
J. Hill and A. WilliamB aro
undor arrest for vagrancy and
will have their trial on the 18th.
J. Atidrado Barros and Maria
Cabral aro under arrest for dis
J. F. Morgan will sell sngar
and rico b'igs at auction at 10
A big luau was given by Ro
bert Wilcox and others on Kiimu
street Inst night, which was
A baseball match will be play
ed at 10 o'olock tomorrow on tho
Loaguo grounds between tho
Hoarts and the vVolcomos.
Blundoll's Art Euamol Paints,
useful for decorating old pieces of
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
S. T. Alox.iuder, who has boon
visiting soveial sugar plantations
in company with Sonator Bald
win, returned to his homo in Oak
land by tho Coptic.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
Jay, week or month. Torms: 25
and 50 conts per night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
Tho morning session of Judgo
Gcorgo de la Vergno was occu
pied with the trial of Ah Ting and
Chun Hop, accused of clio fa
gambling. Tho caso is not yot
V. J. Tosta has juat published a
nativo book with a number of new
hula-hula and other songs, which
is having a largo salo among the
Mr. Ball is building an ologant
sloop conterbo.ud yacht at his
Bhop on Palaco Walk. It is for
Clarence Macfurlauo and promises
to bo a flyer as woll as a com
fortable and dry ploasuro boat.
For tomorrow's excursion to
Waianae trains will leavo Hono
lulu at 9:15 a. m. and 1:45 p. m ;
returning will arrivo in Honolulu
at 3:11 p. m. and 5:26 p. m. Faro
for the round trip $1.25.
This weok will oloso tho en
gagement of the wonderful magi
ciun, Zamlnoh (Saturday, tno 18th,
being the last performance. To
night a change of program. Ro
served seats at Hobron Drug
Company's storo. Saturday af
ternoon at 2 a family matinoo.
The natives who wero arrestod
yostorday for fishing in forbiddon
waters pleaded guilty this morn
ing in the District Court and wero
fined $1 each and costs. Ono of
them was identified as a deserter
from Kekaha plantation and re
arrested on that charge.
Tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock
Company A, in uniform but un
armed, will leave tho drill shed
in busses und go to John Ena's
place at Manoa valley whero thoy
will camp out for tho duy. Lovo's
Bakery has tho contract for com
missary supplies, which is a gua
rantee that no one will go hungry.
This evening at 8 o'clook the
marriage of A. S. Humphreys, tho
well-known young attorney who is
associated with Judgo Magoon, to
Mies Mario Afong will tako plauo
at 8 o'olock at the home of tho
brido's mother. The ceremony
will bo strictly private and Rov.
D. P. Birnie will offioiato. Miss
Lydia McStookor will be brides
main and Dr. Coopor best man.
Thoro will bo no roception aftor
tho ceremony, but an informal
family gathoring will bo held.
Cantral Union Church.
Tho program for tho balanco of
tho woek in connoction with tho
Central Union Ohuroh is given
Friday 3 p. m. Christian
Workers' Prayor Meeting in Y.M.
O. A. ; 7:30 p.m. Business Moot
ing of tho Y. P. S. O. E,
Saturday 7:30 p. m. Ohoir
EVENING BULLETIN. JANUARY 16, 189G.
Highost of all in Leavoning Power.- Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
rxrcuToits or tiiousstau untax.;
Saturaclioii or Judgment and With-
drnivnl of Unnkriiptcjr Cnict-nra,
Kftltniinnul Niien Jaa. Aahford.
The oxocutors of the ostato of
the late Dr. Trousseau havo filed
a bill of oxcoptions, consisting
of '19 type-writton pages, to
the dooision of Judgo Ma
goon, awarding iutorcst on
tho claim of Edma G. Trous
seau of Paris.
Satisfactions of judgment havo
boen filed in tho following claims
against S Parker: F J Wilholm's
of $1089.14. Lewers it Cookt-'s of
$545 35, and E C Rowo's of 3377.
45. with intorost in each case, and
J F Bowler has filed discontin
uance of proceedings in bankrupt
cy against the same defendant.
Almira M. Kahananui has sued
out a bill in equity ngninst Jamed
Ashford to compel him to produce
a certuiu promissory noto and
mortgago upon certain lmid on
Maui, tissignod to dofondaut by
his boh, V. V, Ashford, now in
Sau Frincisco, also to enjoin tho
dofondaut or Ihh attornoy from
assigning or otherwise disposing
of tho said securities, from fore
closing the mortgage and from
bringing any proceedings against
tho plaintiff for onforoomont of
the mortgage or notes or oither of
Plaintiff claims that sho ob
tained the laud by deed from J.
B. Kanana and wife of Wailuku,
aubjoct to a mortgngo from tho
grantors to J. Gruoin for $1800 to
secure u noto given by Kanana to
Gracia. Sho allegos that in Sep
tember, 1893, V. V. Ashford, boing
indebted to her in largo sums of
money, for services rendered to
him by tho plaintiff at his request,
paid into hor hands $1000 in U. S.
gold coin and wont with her to
Maui for tho purpose of discharg
ing tho mortgage indobtedness.and
that ho at plaintiffs roquoit
paid to Gracia the said turn of
$1000 and arranged that Graoia
should tako the taro off tho land
in payment of the balanco, and
that ho informed the plaintiff that
the mortgago indebtedness was
thus paid and discharged in fall.
Tho plaintiff says that sho learn
ed only shortly boforo V V Ash
ford left tho Ropublio that ho
claimed she owed him tho $1000
he had paid to Graoia, to
gether with certain othor sums,
and that instoad of discharg
ing tho mortgago indobtodneBs, as
ho told her, ho took from Gra
oia an assignment of both tho
noto and tho mortgage, and that
he has sinoo assigned thorn to his
father. Sho allegos that tho de
fendant claims that sho owes him
$1800 by roason of suoh assign
ment, and that ho now threatens
to forocloao the mortgago to ob
tain payment of suoh claimed
Ureut Art Sale.
Hugo Fisher's pictures, wbioh
aro to bo sold at auction on
Saturday next ot 10 a. m., at tho
art rooms of tho Paoific Hard
ware Company, Mr. Morgan act
ing as auotionoer, will without
doubt attract nearly all of the
art lovers of Honolulu. It is an
event of moro than ordinary im
portance to thoso who dosiro to
purchaBO the best claBs of paint
ings. Ono which attracts attontion
from pasaorsby is the "Return
from School."Tho bare woods, tho
snow covored ground and pale
wintor flky are depicted with
Fourth of July in the Country
is anothor splendid effort; tho sco
nery of different portions of Santa
Cms county, California, is strik
ingly real. Tho lattor inoludos
piotures of tho Big Cedars, Boul
der and San Lorenzo creoks, and
a fine bit of Montoroy bay.
None of theso paintings laok in
matt'ors of dotajl or oarofulness of
exaoution and all boar tho truo
stamp of tho great artist.
Saturday's salo will bo an ex
traordinarily good chance of se
curing valuablo works of art.
Another Uooil Uonaa.
In spite of tho rain last night,
Professor Zamlnoh had a vory fair
houso at his Temple of Mystory
on tho oornor of Morchant and
Riohards streots. Tho rain did
not seom to bothor tho profossor
at all, but it was hard on Pro
fessor Bergor to havo to hold up
an umbrella mid play tho piano
at tho same time.
Another performance with
chango of program will bo given
this ovoning. Thero will bo no
matinee tomorrow on account of
Compnuy ,' Drill.
Tho regular drill of Company
D, N G H, took placo at tho drill
shod last night. About forty
men woro present. Oharlos J.
McCarthy, tho old captain of tho
Honolulu Riilos, Kirk B. Portor
of Ordway & Porter and Thomas
Aurodalo wero elected to member
ship. Aftor the business meoting
tho company was called out in
tho shed to drill with tho now
Driggs' guns under Colonel Mc
Lean who oomplimentod the com
pany on its largo attendance
Vestibule rods aro thoso littlo
brass rods usod for sash curtains
Venetian doors or windows. King
Bros, have them for sale with
Genuineness is. rare with
French perfumes. They are
so good they are imitated. Wo
havo an exquisite assortment
direct from tho 'manufacturers.
They aro Genuine. Wo sell
them samo as American Per
fumes, and you ought to havo
Hobuon Ditua Co.,
Headquarters for fino perfumes.
Chango of location to
Accommodate tho public.
ENTERTAINMENTS WILL RE-COM-MENCE
Temple of JVtysteryl
Corner of Richards and Mcrclunt
streets (formerly Krone' Japanese
Theatre) which lias been remodeled
and Improved and iriade comfort
able In all respects.'
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 15th
And every night during tho woek.
Change of 1'rojcrara ever night.
Children under 12 j cars, 25 cents. Tickets
for reserved clialrs 75 cents. Ou sale at the
llobron Druj; Company. i!00-td
A WEEK OE BAEGAIN!
sowra Emw&mo? qb
520, Fort Street,
Towels, Table. Damasks and . J3ed
ZESElID'CrOZEID PEICES I
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Tho Turkish Both Towel that wo offer during tho woek for $1.8." per cWen enn't bo
boat. Tho ono for$2.G0n doron h nn extra sizo Towel, nml worth n nod deal more
Tho Red Tnblo Dotnnsk for 33 cents a jnnl, in n big bargniu. Tho half blenched TabU
DumiiHk nt 40 conts n yard is nil linen and n special bargain.
Bed Spreads from $1.00 upwards.
fJF llemembcr then IMuclimit me for
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
N. B. Will tell you why
ART ROOMS OF THE PACIFIC
SATURDAY, JAN. 18,
AT 10 A. IT.
Works of Art
From tho brush of tin celebrated artist
IIdoo Fisiiki will bo sold nt
4TH OF JULY IN THE COUNTRY
THE FINEST COLLECTION
of paintings oror offered for sale in Honolulu
Jas. F. Morgan,
ZDM FUENF UND
Wird eino Feior nm
Sonnabend den l8.Januar
Yon 2-0 Uhr Nachmittags im
freundlichst eingeladon sind. Alio Theil
neumsr werden ereuoht, auf dom Kaisor
licheu Konsulat oino Einlasskarto in Em.
pfang zu nehmcD,
, i t MANUEL BARRETT.
Honolulu, Januarj 11, 1800. 200-lw
City Carriage Co., J. S. And.
rdo, maunger. If you want a
hack with good horso and oaro
fuldriyor riiig up Tolophoue 113,'
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