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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tonight at 8.
Tliis is Indies day at tlio PnciGo
A "Surpriso" program will bo
given at wirth's circus tonight.
The projected raco between
Judah and "290" is off,
The mounted patrol woro given
drill this morning by Captain
Tho Bennington's Bailors and
marines were given shore drill
Punchbowl and Richards streols
are rocoiving attention to their
Jim Dodd is making n numbor
of improvements about his place of
Moonlight excursion and dance
at llomond Grov'o on Monday,
I King Bros, aro offering a very
J good nrticlo in Ebony Wall brock-
- ets at i' risco prices.
, Tho Athletic sports nt tho raco
track on Saturday will commonco
at 2 o'clock sharp.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, whoso
eightieth birthday was recontly
colobrated,, is learning to play on
Polo cornices for windows or
doors; from i feet to 12 foot long
with, wood or drips trimmings nt
King Bros., Hntol street.
Burns' anniversary will be
celebrated by tho Scottish Thistle
Club, on Friday evening. Chester
Doylb is going to sing.
Tho Woman's Exchange lunch
room is only paying oxponses.
Tho ladies connected with it
would bo thankful for more pat
ronage. A committee of tho Choral
Sooioty has under consideration
tho project of giving a concert
during tho latter part of Febru
ary. Captain Knhookano of tho polico
forco will givo a luau on Saturday
night at his residence in honor of
tho arrival of a baby boy yostor
doy. Judge Carter has ordored that
, lettors of administration issue to
Ah Lnu under 1000 bond upon
tho ostato of Ahchce, lato of AVai-
niha, Kauai, deceased.
Rosorvod sonts for tho porfor
manco of "Meredith's Old Coat"
on Saturday evening will bo on
sale at tho Hobron urugstoro to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Tho Star of last night states
that during the circus perform
ance at Ewa Nigel Jackson was
quite badly injured. Jackson was
not hurt at all, his fall and appar
ent fainting fit, etc., being a fake.
In Government quarters the
term "Now Fishmarket" is npw
tabu. Tho name for the estab
lishment is now, properly, tho
"Honolulu Market," which is not
misleading, as you can there get
about all tho material required
for cooking a square meal.
Tho Minister of Fiuanco, Hon.
S. M. Damon, was showing Pre
mier Nelson of Queensland and
bis two colleagues round tho in
stitutions of Honolulu yosterday.
Among othor placos visited were
the Bishop Museum and Kamolia
moha Industrial Schools.
A sextette from tho Y. M. 0. A.
band will furnish music at Inde
pendence Park on Saturday night
during tho performance of "Mere
dith's Old Coat" and a mandolin
nnd guitar club will givo two se
lections between tho first and sec
A local in yesterday's issuo stat
ing that tho Templo o Fashion
would be closed today was a mis
take. Tho place is not cloBod, but
tlioy aro taking stock, and at
tho finish of stook taking they will
hold a grand clearance Bale, mark
ing everything in the store at a
Messrs Burns and McMahon of
the circus entertained a party of
friends at the Eaglo House last
evening. An elegant collation
waB sorved by Jolm McLean, tho
gonial host, after whioh music and
song entertained tho guests until
time for retiring.
H. F. Bertolmann is manufact
uring something in the lino of
ironing boards winch will interest
both laundrymon and tailors. It
is a double board, tiiado in such
mnnnar no In n nnailv nlulufxwl fn
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tuo ironing oi an itinus ol gar
ments and tho pressing of trous
ers, coats, etc. It can bo taken
apart and reset in ton Boconds.
Two drunks comprised tho sum
total of last night's arrosts.
Fathor Conrardy will shortly
pay a two weeks' visit to Ililo.
Tho caso against J. L. Osmor
has boon put over until tho 29th.
Matters about tho Go'vornmont
buildings are vory dull at prosout.
Grading is still going on in tho
vicinity of tho Honolulu Markot.
Thero havo been no arrests to
day up to tho hour of going to
Thero woro 200 pupils in at
tondanco at tho night school last
Tho Board of Health is holding
its regular weekly Bessibn this
Thero are now eighty-six in
mates at tho Insano Asylum, so
soys Superintendent Cutter.
llomomber tho llemond Grovo
oxocusion and danco takes place
on Monday week.
Two opium olTondors woro dis
charged by Judge do la Vergno
this morning for want of evidence.
Wray Taylor has several hun
dred additional photographs of
Chinese and Japancso to place in
The charge of obstructing
justice for which Hugo Knwolo is
under arrest will como up in tho
polico court tomorrow morning.
O. S. Desky was booked to leave
for tho Volcano yesterday, but
owing to press of business was
unablo to got away.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontul
oflico Cottngo No. 100, Ahtkou
stroet, tulephono Io. 015. Office
hours 9 A m. to -1 p.m.
Tho United States war vessel
Adams, which has boon detailed
to relievo tho Bennington, is ex
pected hero about February 15th.
The improved typographical ap
pearance of tho Bulletin is a
subject of comment. Now is as
good a time as any to sond in
Tho row of one-story shanties
on tho Waikiki sido of Richards
street, below Quoon, is being
rapidly utilized for Chinoso fruit
and vogotablo stores.
About ton stalls in tho Honolu
lu Markot aro now ocoupiod by
vendors of fish, soven or eight for
tho sale of moat and ono for vege
tables and fruit.
Bissoll Thomas and Hugh P.
King havo started a collection
agoncy in tho old Bulletin office
on Merchant street. Soo their
Auctioneer Luce will hold a
general auction sale at 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning. At noon a
special auction solo of furniture
will take place.
The Methodist church people
are distributing noat glass nnd
wood frames, containing notices
of their ohurch and othor ser
vices. Much interesting reading mat
tor will bo found on tho inside
gago of the Bulletin as usual,
and it will bo monoy in anyono's
pocket to read tho advertisements
thoreon and profit thoroby.
ThoY. M. O.A. orchestra will
have regular practice tomorrow
night. Many of its members prac
tice nearly every ovening, with
tho result that tho band is making
Thero is n mango tree on Queen
street, noar tho Judiciary building,
which is away ahead of ife follows
und is loaded with full-grown
fruit. It is a source of longing to
tho small boys of tho vicinity.
There was no quorum at tho
mooting of the Second Congrega
tion of at. Andrew's cathedral last
night for tho purposo of electing a
synodsman, and tho election wbb
The Temple of Fashion, is closed
for a fovdayB owing to tho aunual
stocktaking. A monster bargain
sale will bo inaugurated in a few
days, tho particulars of which will
bo found in our advertising
James Gilsoy, a truant, was
given six months in tho Reform
school by Judge do la Vergno this
morning, ana Hooraanawanui,
another .of tho Bamo ilk only
worse, got two years in tho Bamo
Tho cruiser Boston, whioh has
been ordered to China, is expected
to roach hero about tho ond of this
week by officers of tho. Bonning
ton, who say. tho cruiser cannot
carry coal ouough to steam direct
Highest of nil in Travailing Powr. LatestJU.S Gov't Roport.
H. Wilholm was tho only pas
songer to arrivo by tho Rithot
from San Francisco last night.
The vessol was twonty-four days
making tho passage.
Tho Advertiser is informed that
Judith does not belong to Ohas.
David and is not entered by him
in tho hnlf-milo matched raco with
Billy 0. on Saturday.
Tho Spreckelsvillo suit was bo
foro Juclgo Carter this aftornoon,
Mr. Thurston appearing for tho
II. C. & S. Co. and Mr. Kinney
for Glaus Sprockols. It was on
defendant's motion to coutinuo
Tho tenancy at will of a strip
of Government land, containing
180 squnro feet, on Bothol street
was sold at auction by Clerk Has
singor this noon, tho buyer be
ing "Wong Chong for SO a month,,
or SI more than tho upsot price.
niun (Sato Xo More.
J. L. Osmer objects to tho ro
port in tho Advertiser, making
him out as dishonest in dealings
with a Chinese fruit store. Ho
exhibits recoipted bills of tho
store up to a recent date, and says
tho cause of tho difficulty was an
insulting letter from tho China
man, tolling him his Inst bill had
been given to a collector. Tho
ox-pohco officer says that his
placo is no more tho "Bluo Gate,"
but, after spending several hun
dred dollars in its renovation, ho
called it tho "Grand Houso." It
is kept as an orderly lodging
houso, and a store is being added,
and tho proprietor is willing to
havo tho placo inspocted by oithor
tho polico or reporters at any hour,
day or night. Mr. Osmor holds a
certificate of good conduct while
on tho polico forco from Marshal
Tho circus opons again touicht
at tho old stand, corner Fort and
Beretania streets. Many now acts
will bo given and tho management
promises somo surprises in the
way of feats never performed here
before. Something nowwill bo civen
each evening. Now animals havo
ooon purcnasea ana tuo horses
have learned new tricks whioh aro
very interesting. Tho Kauai trip
boing abandoned Mr. Wirth has
determined to givo so good a show
hero that packed houses will bo
tho result. There is littlo doubt
of his rocoiving as largo a patron
ngo as before, for it is really an
entirely now show.
DEATH OP AN AEI EDITOK.
Alfred Ilrnch f the Scientific Alum
lean Punho Atruy.
New York, January 1. Alfred
Ely Beach, editor of tho Scientific
Amorican, died at his home in this
city today of pneumonia. Mr.
Beach was born in Springfield,
Mass., in 182G. "Wlion ho was 20
years old ho formed a partnership
with O. D. Munn, and they bo
camo tho proprietors of tho Scien
tific American, which was at that
tipo tho only weekly journal of its
kind in tho country. During near
ly fifty years Mr. Beach was activo
in tho editorship of tho Scientific
American and in tho direction of
tho extensive patent businoss of
Young Lady (timorously)
Who wis that screaming just now?
Dentist Don't bo alarmed; it was
a patient who was being treated
freo of charge. Voroins-Blntt.
""Will you please givo mo a
penny?" said a tramp. "I'm blind."
"You can soo out of ono oyo as
well as 1 can." replied tho gentle
man importuned; "you aro only
half blind." "Then givo mo a
half-ponny," Baid the tramp.
Mabel (all agitation) Mario
what do you think! Yourbrothor
actually proposed to mo during
tho sermon at church this morn
ing. Mario ('nonchalantly J Oh,
you musn't mind that. Ho often
talks in his sloop. London Pick-Mo-Up.
Apropos of tho present discus
sion rolativo to tho morns and
domorits of cremation, thero is an,
as yot, untouched phase of tho
question which opons up horrible
possibilities and which the follow
ing true story will illustrate
Somo years ago a gentleman in
a Pennsylvania town married a
widow. Quo morning, wlulo. the
honeymoon was Btill on, tho hus
band called to his bettor half from
his dressing room.
"My uenr, whoro on earth aid
you get this tooth powder? It
has a most peculiar tasto."
"Tooth powder, Jionryr why, J
don't know: what is it in ? Lot
"Horo, in this bluo jar."
"Bluo j , O h-h h II"
shrioked tho lady, "that is tho
ashes of my first husband; ho was
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to theso islands; and tho
issuo for 189G; now ready, is fully
up to tho high staudnrd of its
predecessors, nnd should bo in
every oflico nnd homo in tho land.
Its convenience and reliability
as a roforonco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 cents per copy, or ,85
conts postage paid to any address
THOS. G THRUM,
Publishor, Stationer, etc.
Fort street, Honolulu. 192-2w
"Colonol, what do you think, of
tho theory thnt it is injurious to
drink wntor while onting?" "I
don't seo, snh, why it should not
bo as injurious then, sah, as at any
othor timo, sah." Cincinnati En
1 COMPANY NO. 1, DIVISION NO. 1,
Citizens' Guard of Hawaii, will meet
nt the Beretania Schoolhouso at 7:30 p.
ra.. THUHSDAY, January 23rd. All
members aro especially invited to attend.
Tcr order of Captain,
207-2t B. F. DILLINGHAM.
326 MERCHANT STREET.
Old Bulletin Dulldlne.
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
Touts Krccled on Fort ami
Her tun In Streets.
&W, Uort Stroot, -....
Sill Laces, lest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"Wasll LaceS of every description in white, cream
Torchon Laces ! Torchon Laces !!
JNew patterns, all grades.
Iieal Maltese Lace nnd Insertions
A LAItGEASSOimmXT OF
Embroidery JbCda-mas "d Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
at reduced prices as soon as goods arc ro-marked.
Everything Will Be Reduced.
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up tho question
of perfect permanent ones, and
the charm that belongs to
handsome white teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
inako possible one of the chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes, their tender gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the permanont teeth como nat
urally and with littlo pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made onlyt by the Houkon
Dnua Co. Get it of them.
BAGGAGE delivered and chock
ed to any Steamor. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Ste.
Day Tel. 912, Residence Tel. 643.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. I.
HSST OIllco : 1H Merchant street. llH-tf
Cor. Nuumui aud Ilercliuil Stt.
T. KEVEN, TOanaKer.
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Two (lelivories oaoh day
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