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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tonight at 8.
Poundmnstor Kualii has a notico
of estrays in this issuo.
0. F. Fisher arrived from Ka
paa by the Jiimob Mnkeo last
The visiting Queensland states
men visited the Pali yestorday
and afterwards called on P. A.
Tho Wall, NioholB company
makes an elegant display of oflico
furniture in ono of its largo show
Company 1, division 1, of tho
Citizens' Guard, will meet at tho
Boretania Btreot school-house this
evening at 7:30 p. m.
Dotoctivo Kapaa arrested a
couplo of Ohinose cho fa gamblers
this morning, and captured a
number of ticlwls ns evidence.
Company I) had a cood atten
dance at its meeting and drill last
night. H. C. Myors was elected a
member and five other applica
tions wore received.
British Commissioner Hawos
entertained tho mombors of tho
Queensland Cabinet, together
with members of tho local
Cabinot, at dinner last evening.
A small specimen of tho shovel
nosed shark was on exhibition at
tho market yesterday. Another
specimen about four feet long was
also captured and taken up town.
Thoro is a general demand on
tho part of thoso who wore unable
to procuro seats for tho comedy of
"Meredith's Old Coat" for a sec
Sailors on tho U. S. S. York
town subscribed GOO yen for tho
widows and orphans of tho men
lost in tho boat accident of H. M.
S. Edgar in Chemulpo harbor.
Consul-Gonoral Mills says thoro
is absolutoly no truth in tho ny
port published in tho morning
paper that Minister "Willis was
about to resign on account of ill
health. Mrs. Emma K. Nakuina has is
sued a rule for the conduct of con
, trovorsios before her as Commis
sioner of Private AVays and Water
.Rights for tho District of Hono
lulu, which attorneys will do well
Harry Carl, tho gonial and
popular barber, formerly with
Mr. Champagno and now with
Mr. Pacheco at tho Criterion shop,
is going to stay at his old stand
much to tho gratification of his
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaefor
will give another dance at their
homo on Nuuanu streot on Friday
evening, to which about sixty
invitations, mostly for young
people, will bo issued.
C. H. Clement, who has been
succeeded in tho advertising de
partment of tho Gazette Company
by Mr. Bradford, will likely leave
for tho Const after tho 1st of tho
Tho Mutual Telephone Compa
ny yesterday olectod tho following
officers for tho present year: W.
G. Irwin, President; Cecil Brown,
Vice-President; Godfroy Brown,
Treasurer; J.F. Brown, Secretary;
J. M. Dowsett, Auditor.
Julion D. Hayno has gone to
Hawaii, probnbly to dig up soino
Hilo scandal which ho will use
in his magazine. Any kind of
ancient error or (alleged) fraud
on tho part ot respectable mombors
of society is grist for his mill.
Tho Nippon-Yusen Kaisha, of
which an account was given in
thoso columuB two days since, lias
declared a dividend for tho past
yoar of 10 per cent, per annum, to
which 20 per cent, must bo added
as profit realized from tho trans
port service, making 30 por cent,
Tho annual mooting of tho Con
tral Union church was hold last
ovoning and a number of Iho ro
ports for tho past nino months
wore road. Owing to tho latenoes
of tho hour tho meeting was ad
irmrnnd for a week, when the bal-
anco of tho reports will bo rend.They
will bo published in pamphlot
Thoro will bo a apodal salo of
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool Un
dorwear nt Trnoy's, to reduoo
stock. Pricos will bo S3 por suit
for rogulnr sizes, and $3.50 por
suit for oxtra laro sizea. Ladies'
suitB, all sizes, whito and natural,
. nt $3 ,or uIt' Do not let tl,i8
opportunity pass to got these
goods at much less than their
value, as tho sitlo will only Inst
till Btook is roductd.
A corner building on Queen
r street is to let.
Sugar stocks aro advancing a
dollar or two almost daily.
A block of Hilo Sugar Com
pany's stock is offered at a bargain.
Tho Astor House, a very popu
lar restaurant, has a card in this
Thomas Hollingor has romoved
his forgo to tho old Bulletin
building on Queen street.
A carnival of crimo is reported
as prevailing on tho Gardon Islo
by local steamers touching thoro.
Every member of tho Y. M. C.
A. orchestra is requested to boon
hand at 7:30 tonight for practice.
King Bros, aro offering u very
good nrticlo in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Frisco prices.
Wirth's circus will perform to
night, and givo a matinee, admit
ting childron at 10 conts, on Sat
Fred Harrison, tho woll-known
builder and contractor, is expect
ed in Honolulu by tho next Aus
tralia. Polo cornices for windows or
doors; from 4 feet to 12 foot long
with wood or brnes trimmings nt
King Bros., Hotol stroot.
Tho Warrimoo is duo from Van
couver tomorrow and tho Austra
lia from San Francisco on Mon
day, Colonol Fisher's team of fifty
riflemen to complcto against tho
California National Guard has not
yet boon picked out.
Tho police detectives seoni to
havo lot up on swipes and opium
enses and to bo paying moro at
tention to tho cho fa business.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Doutal
office Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
stroet, telephono No. G15. Oflico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
Tho Epyal Hotol is to havo a
now floor and other improvements
preparatory to putting in a bil
Maria Barato'a second trial for
deserting hor husband is sot for
tho 27th, by which timo her first
sentence will havo expired.
John Effingor has leased tho
Fred Harrison nromisos on tho
Waikiki bench nnd will move into
them in a fow days with his fnmi-
Commissioner Marsden has re
ceived an assortment of rare
plants' and seeds from the Govern
ment Botcnical Gardens of Hong
kong. It is a long timo since there
was a firo nlarm, but Chief Hunt
is on tho lookout for ono and will
got thoro in timo when it does
Throo Portugueso arrested for
disorderly conduct were discharg
ed from custody in Judgo do In
Vorgno's court this morning on
motion of the prosecution.
F. S. Dodge, Captain of tho
Sharpshooters is expected homo
on Monday, and will bo welcomed
by his company. HiB reception
will probably take tho form of a
Tho caso of J. Kaahanui, tho
well-known jail bird who took a
fow Bhots at his wifo with a riflo
and then cut himself with a knife,
has again been postponed until
tho 27th. Ho is charged with nn
assault with a dangerous weapon.
Thoro is nothing to do in tho
District Court and tho officials aro
having very easy times. Thoro
wore only five cases on Judgo do
la Vorgno's calondar this morn
ing, four of which woro dismissed
and ono postponed.
Tho police captured a counlo of
Japanese at noon today with a
complete cho fa outfit of tickets,
riddles, etc. Tho two Ohinoso ar
rested oarlior in tho morning havo
boon charged with running a bank
ing gamo and aro out on $250 bail
Eosidonts on tho upper portion
of Punchbowl about Prospect
stroot havo been notified, that tho
Pooplo's Ico Company, cannot de
liver ico in that vicinity, claiming
that it is too far. Tho pooplo of
that vicinity hope that sinco tho
managomont of tho company has
been changed tho old' order qf
affairs will bo resumed.
At tho Metropolitan Musoura.
Underbill (a crusty old baoho
lor) Thoro, thnt's Minorva, tho
goddess of wisdom. Sho novor
cot married. Artful WidowNo;
but this is king Solomon, tho wis
est man that ovor lived. IIo nmr-
riod a thousand tunes.
EVENING BULLETIN, JAN UAH Y
Highest of nil in Lmvoning Power. Latest2U.S. Gov't Report.
A nitAUEnUV KILIiED.
An Acelitcnt at the llallroad
An accident occurred at tho
yards of tho Oahu ltailway Com
pany about 2:45 yesterday after
noon, which resulted in tho doath
of llonry Forn, a brakoman, aged
18 years, a fow minutes nf torwarde.
The yard ongino was distribu
ting froight cars and had sovornl
to shunt on to tho second siding,
mnkai of tho main line. About
300 feet own of tho dopot, Fern
stopped between two box cars to
pull tho pin and disconnect them.
Iho cars woro moving at about
3 miles an hour. It is supposed
that his foot caught on tho brake
beam of tho roar car as ho walked
with thorn and ho was thus pulled
down. IIo called out and tho cars
woro stopped immediately but ho
had been drawn undor and tho
wheols of tho forward truck of
car 45 passed ovor his logs bolow
tho knees, breaking both.
Ho fell in such a manner
ns to break his spine and
in fifteen minutes was dead. Sup
orihtondontDeuison was two cars
in tho roar at tho timo of tho acci
dent, which occurred at 2:42 p.m.
Tho unfortunato young man was
carried into the freight shed, nnd
attended by Dr. Herbert, who had
hurriedly nnswo'red a telephono
message, but ho could do nothing
for him. In addition to tho in
juries nbovo noted tho body wns
found to bo severely bruised on
tho chest and shoulder and a largo
gash cut in tho right hip.
Tho body was romoved to his
Into residoncq at Kapalaraa aftor
it had been viowed by a Coroner's
jury summoned by Deputy Mar
shal Hitchcock. The inquest was
hold at 7:30 p.m. nt tho police
station and a verdict of "Accident
al Death" returned.
Tho fnnera lwill take place this
afternoon under tho direction of
H. H. WilliamB.
Tho deceased had been two
montliB in tho employ of tho com
pany and is highly spokon of by
his superiors. Ho is a nophow of
Lipine, Henelei, and George Fern,
employees of tho Tramway Co.
His father is Bobort Fern of Ko
D. W. Corbott, who has so ably
and satisfactorily fillo'd tho posi
tion of secretary of tho Young
Men's Christian Association, has
rosignod and will succeed L. C.
Abies as manager of tho People's
Ico Works, from which Mr. Ablos
retires to attend to private busi
ness. A now secretary for tho associ
ation will bo sent out from tho
East, as is customary, but it is a
sourco of gratification to know
that Mr. Corbott will still retain
an active interest in its affairs,
and that the improvements inaug
urated by him will still bo carried
I. tiraudo Cirque.
Tho circus porformnnco was ex
cellent lnBt night. Now features
woro introduced, tho most notnhlo
heing Nollio Lyiidhurst's riding,
dono with nn unusual amount of
vim and dash. Mr. St Leon's
splondid horsohack foats, jumping
through tho hoops nnd turning
Bomorsaults over tho banners:
whilo Take's contortions nnd
Kachail tho JnvnnoBo's riding was
tur uotter tnan iiorotoioro.
Alberto, tho famous clown, has
n lot of now local gags that aro
immonso. The finalo wns ontitled
"A ride to Donnyhrook Fair," and
it was takon on a oiw wheolod
chaise. in n most surprising man
ner. Tonight u big4 specialty will bo
givon lnomuing a numnor ot
changes nnd now nets. Tho pro
gramme will bo brought to n con
clusion with "Tho Pig Hunt," ono
of tho most laughablo things ovor
soon in Honolulu.
And it's clover too !
Quoon Viotoria rocontly Tecoived
n gift of bluo nnd whito wntor
lilies from n londing ilorist in Now
South "WnloH. Tlio UHob woro
frozon in ico. and whon thoy nr-
rivod at Windsor woro in porfoct
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to thoso islands; and tho
issuo for 1890; now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and should bo in
ovory office and homo in tho land.
It convenionco and reliability
as a roforonco hand book has had
commorcinl and official recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 conts por copy, or 85
cents postage paid to any address
THOS. G THRUM,
Publishor, Stationer, etc.
Fort streot, Honolulu. 192-lm
A BLOCK OF
Bilo Sugar Company Stock
In lots to suit purchasers at a
For particulars npnly at tho oflico of tho
HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND
THOMAS HOLLINGER UAS ' HE
moved his Ulacksmlth shop into tho old
"Bulletin" building, Queen streot, directly
opposite his old Btnnd. 208lw
CONNED. 11UILDINO ON QUEEN ST.',
Two minutes' walk from Fishmnrket.
OAIUUAGE MFG. CO.,
No. 70 Queen Streot.
(AH CHOCK, Propr.)
Meals 25 Cents. IH?N.D. .
Private Room (or Ladies.
CollNEH HOTEr, AND Union Sts.
COMPANY NO. 1, DIVISION NO. 1,
Citizens' Guard of Hawaii, will meet
at the Boretania Schoolhoaso at 7:30 p.
m THURSDAY, January 23rd. All
members aro especially invited to attend.
Por ordor of Captain,
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
AGAIN A COMPIJ3TE SUCCESS
And delighted and amazod a
ANOTHER GREAT SURPRISE
Chairs, 75c. Gallery, 25c.
At 3 p. m.
Doors open at 2:30 p. in.
Will mlmit nil flillilrou ovor tlio KentiiiK i.c
couunoclatlou ot tlio 1'uvillon mid tho I'm
urnm liruhontoil will bo vqunl In every re
lcct to tlmt prt'tfontuil lu tho uvonliiu,
23, 1896. 5 ;$&
LACES & EMBKOIDEBIES
N. S. SACHS,
620, Fort Stroot, -.-... Honolulu. ;
' mi - r)
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk IjaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"Wasll ILaceS f every description in white, cream'
Torchon Traces ! Torchon Laces !!
Now patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace and Insertions
A LA11GE ASSOltTMENT OF
Emhroidery ICd.G'il'ltrs I,lld Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Laco headings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
nt reduced prices ns soon ns goods nre re-mnrked.
Everything Will Be Reduced.
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up the question
of perfect permanent ones, and
the charm that belongs to
handsome white teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
make possible one of the chief
charms in men od 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 pormanont teeth come nat
urally and with little pain, and
are kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by the HomtoN
Dnua Co. Get it of them.
BAGGAGE dolivered nnd chock
od to nny Stenmor. Furniture
nnd Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Dny Tel. 912, Eoaidonoo Tol. 013
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu. H !
ERST Oflico: 114 Merchant street. 101-tf
Cor. Niiuiiiiii nud Ueretiuila Mi.
t. ki:vi:n, mummer.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught ami the Standard llrund f
fine whiskie8. 3ranoie8. wines and
tuili; ii.aiii:t a hi'i:ciaitv.
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(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Beretanla and 8chool
BOARD AND ROOM !
Per Dny, S1.25
Por "Week 7.50
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phono 707. 201-tf
Express, Baggage, and
Parcels delivered on short
Piano Moving a Specialty!
Two dolivovies enoh dny
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