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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tkero was another good house
nt tho circus hist night.
Moonlight excursion to Eomond
grove Monday week.
A "Tri to Donnybrook" at
AVirth's circus tonight.
Monday next -will bo tho birth
day of Emporor "William.
Insurance on tho Honolulu
Library is to bo increased to
Rubinstein recital tit Oahu
Collego this ovoning. Everyono
Tho second team of tho Sharp
shootors has comraonced practicing
for its forthcoming match.
Tho Bchool children will bo ad
mitted to all parts of tho circus at
tho matinee tomorrow for 10 cents.
Thoro will bo 11 drcris rehearsal
o "Morcdith's Old Coat" at Indo
pondeuco park theatre this even
ing. Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, of
Masons will meet in special
session this evening to confer tho
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontul
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone f o. G1C Offico
liours 0 A si. to i P.M.
It is proposod to reduco tho
Library fees from $1.50 to $1.00 a
quarter, if enough now membors
can bo obtained to justify tho re
duction. By tho Australia it will bo
known whoro tho Democratic Na
tional Convention is to bo hold.
San Prancisco was among tho
Tho Honolulu Tenuis Associa
tion will meet at tho Safe Deposit
Company's offices this aftornoon
at -1:0 to discuss tho now consti
tution reported by a committee.
Tho management of "Meredith's
Old Coat" wish to state that the
curtain will rise promptly at 8
o'clock tomorrow ovoniiiK. Doors
will bo open at 7 o'clock.
Judge Cartor has granted a dip-
charge from his debts to M. do
Gouvuin, bankrupt. Magoon ap
peared for petitioner, and Croigh
ton for tho assignee.
Commander Lewis Kingsloy of
tho United States training ship
Essex, which is lying off York
town, Va., dropped dead on board
his vessel on January 4th.
Tho Star of January 32d had a
big scoop yesterday. It said that
"furs must again bo mentioned as
tho reigning favorite this winter.
Every variety employed." Hono
lulu ladies pleaso tako notice.
In King Bros, art Btoro thoro
aro just now a largo number of
beautiful pictures of every varioty.
They also handlo all kinds of
artists materials, including AVinsor
& Nowton's oil colors.
Tho Bulletin is publishing tho
largest amount of reliable news of
any paper in Hawaii, and it is an
appreciation of that fact which
commends it to merchants as tho
best advertising medium.
Geyser AVator is a naturally
boiled bovorago which received
tho very highest award at the
California International Exhibi
tion. As a table bovorago it is
said to oxcol all othors in use.
Tho Y.M. C. A. orchestra had a
very satisfactory rohoarsal last
night, during which the subject
of a concert in March was brought
up. It is for tho purpose of pro
curing funds for tho purchaBO of
musio and othor necessaries.
King Bros, aro altering an in
teresting novolty. It is 1111 indoli
blo fluid for coloring photogrophs,
Any photo may bo coloroduolora
mounting and aftoward dipped in
water preparatory to being mount
ed without in any way tiiTooUng
About twouty-iivo mombnrfl of
Company 1 of tho OitizoiiB' Guard
mot at the Borotania sohool Iiouho
' last night and received tho regu
lation imps, A committor) on pro
curing a suitable vnugn wh ap
pointed and tlio mooting adjourn
ed for two weeks.
Tliovo will lio Hpuoinl Hrtlo of
Br, Jaogov'a Smltury AYool Ui
dorwowr nt Tvnoy'fi, to roiluoq
alook, Prjcoa will ho $fl por milt
fQwoH.nhv filssoa, w M-M iiw
unit fQr tw IwRfl m mW
anitH, nil alaos, wliilo nnu lmtnnui
lit $l -w suit' 4)n not lot tlito
onnommity i'Ph t l Um
gooda nt wil to llinn tlinir
YIJJUPi m JU PH HU HH'J' 'MM
Company G drill this ovoning.
Circus tonight at 8.
Tho American Leaguo hold a
short meoting last night.
Marshal Brown is suffering with
a slight attack of malarial fever.
H. "W. Schmidt has returned
from the Garden Islo by the
Blundoll's ArtEnnmel Paints,
nsoful for decorating oldof piecos
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
Ministor of Interior James A.
King accompanied tho Queoiis
larfd Cabinet Ministers on a visit
to Ewa plantation yestorday.
Chief Clerk J. A. Hassinger of
tho Interior Department was con
fined to his homo at Pearl City
yestorday with an attack of rheumatism.
Workmen ao engaged in finish
ing up tho upper portion of tho
Bonuhlic buildinc. which is
shortly to bo occupied by tho
Yokohama Specie Bank.
-Miss M. E. Lederor has oponod
an offico with tho Hawaiian Ab
stract and Title Company and will
do typewriting and copying at
Tho first race on tho program
of the Athletic Association's moot
ing at Kaniolani park tomorrow
aftornoon will bo called at 2
Tho committco in chargo of tho
ontortainmont at Independence
hall tomorrow night advortiso that
every 0110 holding tickets will bo
provided with seats.
Burns' anniversary will bo cele
brated by the Scottish Thistlo
Club this ovoning. Chiof A. C.
Steele will presido, and Secretary
Thomas Black deliver tho speech
of tho evening.
Wirth CircuB will give a mati
noo tomorrow (Saturday ) at 3 p.
m., especially for ladios and chil
dren. Tho prico will bo 10c for
children to any part of tho house;
adults as usual.
A nativo policoman arrested a
Chinese on Maunakca this
morning for cruolty to animals.
Tho brute was riding a horse with
a big hole and running sore on his
Luin Hoon pleaded guilty this
morning in Judgo do la Vorgne's
Court of having opium in his pos
session and was given tho usual
fine of SCO and costs.
H. Nelson was arrested by Hack
Inspector Macy for driving ouo of
tho Hawaiian Tramway Com
pany's busses without a liconso.
Ho was found guilty, fined $2 and
costs and has appealed tho case to
tho Circuit Court.
Tho white man who is tempor
arily detained at tho Police station
to bo examinod for insanity, has
about recovered and will bo dis
charged in a day or two. Hib in
sanity was merely from the offects
of an excessive jag.
Merchants on tho makai side of
King street, betweon Fort and
Bethel, have potitiouod Hack In
spector Macy to abate the nuisance
caused by busses and express
wagons making their stands in
frout of thoir stororooms, and tho
inspector has notifiod tho offondors
to seek another stand.
Under inatmotloiiH from Mil, C.
KI.UIMr. I will uell nt 1'nbllo Auction at
my Bftlcbroom, Queen Street,
On Thursday, Jan, 30th,
At 12 o'elook noon,
bin Peniralilo Jlauldenoe on the corner of
Wilder Avenue nd Kowlotree.
Tlio urouudd are nicely iIunM nd re
nt im elevnticm tlint insure jmrfoot drulu
Tito Ihillillnu ctmunrUu nn l'lAiit And
OonUlnliiH TwH" Vttilur, I'mir ld
rtHmnPlHliiBllnom, lNuitry ud liltolien,
Alo HtMilmii Citulmio llimw, hnuK
Qilfttlum, ia., o.
'Www, tlwlmllwki IwUhw hii uisrl'
$m h 7 ir fun.
m (mllier iHllPMlnwftiil' lu
tm 1 Movpii,
EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 24, J89G.
Highest of nil in Lcavoning Powir.
Baseball tomorrow at 3 p.m.,
betweon tho Hearts and Mailes.
Ewa stock is up to 150 and Ka
huku can't be bought at much less
W. O. Mauor and Mrs. C.J.
Mauor corao over from Kauai on
tho steamor of that name this
Tho caso of Kaahanui, for as
saulting his wifo by shooting at
her with a revolver, is Bet for to
Wharfinger Martin L. Hartman
at Makawoli landing is tho happy
father of a twolvo-pound boy born
on last Saturday night.
i'i.i:i two iiUNimr.u iioli, uis.
Willi I (,'niitiilii Scott l'ouuil tij- tho Alii
ota Scurcli Wurrntit.
Captain Scott and policeman
Cordes visited tho store of Yeo
Wo Hoy lato last night nrmod
with a search warrant. A suspi
cious looking trunk was broken
open and found to contain two
secret chambers, ono of which was
ompty and tho othor contained
sovon tins of opium. Tho China
man in chargo of tho store was
On his trial this morning tho
defendant Bind tho trunk belong
ed to ono of his countrymen who
camo on tho last steamor. Did
not know his numo, or tho namo
of tho steamer. All ho know nbout
him was that ho was a short man
who camo to his houso last Thurs
day night about 11 o'clock and
stayed about half " an hour. His
partner kept tho store and tho
witness sold things. Ho did not
know what was in tho trunk or in
tho tins. Novor saw opium in
his lifo and didn't oven know tho
smoll of it.
Dotoctivo Kaapa testifiod that
tho defendant had been convicted
of porjurv and had served a year
and a half on tho roof thorofor.
Judgo do la Vergnofound tho
defendant guilty of having opium
in possession contrary to law and
sentenced him to a fine of $200
and costs S3. As tho Chinese had
put up $250 bail, tho collection of
the fino is assured and the polico
officorsaro fooling good over the
MistresB Tomorrow is your
Sunday out, is it not, Maria V
Maid Lawks, marm, how forget
ful you aro ! Why, tomorrow is
yours ! London Pun.
AtJAIX A COMPLETE SUCCESS
ANOTHER GREAT PROGRAM
mill by Runernl desire
will be JiKbonteil,
Ohairr 76a Galleiy, 26o,
At !1 it. in. DiunMiun t"Ji!lO , m.
YtilUdwIl hII vliildivw t)M lliti mM w
uvivmwm u( (Uw PhhIIIhii mni ifc V
jBhiu iiimhiiM will m; mm In t !
Vm Its llwl tHMHtlMl III m WtHttHM,
Latw tJf'.S. Gov't P.or ort.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In jmrsuanco of nn Ordor inndo by tho
Hon. W. A WhltlnR, First .Tndgo of tho Cir
cuit Court for tlio llrst CircKilt, lu n canso
entitled Wong Wn 1-oy ct nl. ts. Kaill Kn
koiclnl., duly filed in wild Court, on the
24th dny of December, 1S93, tho undersign
ed will offer lor ttnlo nt public miction, nt
uinukn entrnncc to tho Jiuliotnry Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
Allot tho undermentioned nnd doscribed
lnndx, situBloin tho Island of 0hu, belong
ing to the cstato of tho Into Pekelo Kakoi,
deccancd lutestnte. As the widow's dower
in miid estnto is to 1m awarded to hor in
money, this snlo will thereforo Includo her
iuterest in all tho lauds to bo sold.
List of tho Lands.
Ono houselot witlt dwellino thereon in
Knpnukolo, Honolulu, bolug R 1' CG23 of L
C A MS to KInopu, contninlug 40-1000 of
an ncrc, moro or less.
Also ouo piece of lnnd nd joining tho nbovo
beiug R P 7332 of L 0 A 0(i to Nnpnlii, con
taining 70.1000 of nn aero moro or loss. En
trnnco to tho pnmo is by nn nlley way lend
ing from ronlcAi bIcIo of King street, below
Mnunnken street, to Queen street extension.
Tho following dcods cover snm property!
1 From J. Kaonn, July 0, 1800, Liber
13, p. 82.
2 From Kenunnnkahi ct nl., Deo. 18,
1871. Liber 33. p. 110.
3 From Knlumn ot nl., April 20, 1874,
Llbtr 38, p. 220.
I From Keonipulu, Nov. S, 187", Liber
43, p. 473.
Two pieces of land in Mnliimnlftmn, Kni
Inn, Koolnnpoko, boing R. P. 5131 of L. O.
A. 3550 to Knltoi, coutnlning 1.23 ncres
moro or less.
Also two pioccs of lnnd in said Malnmnln
urn, being R. P.CC02of L. O. A. 2G97 to
Wnnn, containing 1.20 acres moro or loss.
Theso four pieces aro loascd for flvo ycais
from January 1, 1891, nt $40 per annum.
Ono plcro of land in Monnnlun, being R.
P. 351 of h 0 A 1217 to Puhikl, containing
35-100 of nn aero moro or less.
Ono picco of land on Lillha street near
lands of Caspar BvIva of Wninltin aud
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being R P
lfiJO of L O A 1123 to Houu, containing 01
100 of nn arro more or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining tho
nbovo, boing R P 44U7 of L O A 1727 to Ku
nnu, containing 548 fathoms moro or less.
These, threo pieces woro leaped by tho Ad
ministratrix of tho cstato for ID years from
January 1, 1895, nt $120 per nnnutn. Two
of tho heirs hnvo joined in said loose, and ns
to the remaining threo-flfths, tho binding
effect of the lease is questioned. ,
Ono piece of lnnd In Kanipu, Mnnon, bo
ing n portion of UP 4170 of LOA 11029
(Soo. 1, Pnrt 3) to J. Stevenson, containing
2.01G ncrt'H more or less. Leased to Marin
Apnl for 10 ypnrs from Jauunry 1, 1883, nt
$50 per annum.
One piece of lnnd In Knlollkl, Mnnon, being
III" (irontCTO toll llnallllo, containing !i.lu
acres moro or le.
Alo one piece of land In ald Knlollkl,
Manoft, being It V (irant 41 to Make, con
taining 2.70 acri'8 moro or lea.
Also ono piece of land In eald Kalollkl, Ma
noa. being II 1 (Irant 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.13 acre more or lens. Of tlicso
landt two lcaies were made by deceased
covering tlin kula portions only. Ono Is for
10 ) ears from January 0, 1801, nt ffiO per nu
llum nnd the oilier U furfl )cnr from Juno
20, iS'JI, at 1 15 per annum.
Of tlio remainder of (aid lauds two-fifths
(undivided) w ere Icneed by (lie heirs for 10
cars trom January I, lsys. nt fSO per annum,
wlillo tlirec-imiw remain iindlpor(d of by
tliem, nltlioiiL'M the administratrix lias made a
lcaso purporting to convey tlio name for 10
yoaia from January 1, I8&5, at I'.'iSO per an
num. Total annual rental of tint Kalollkl
lands U tl5, liroildrd tins last mentioned
lease U accepted, validity of ulilcli being
One nlee hf land In I.uaUea, jfafioa, being
It I (Irant SM to Aniarna, containing 7.H-J
aerrs more or less.
Two pleresofland lu Kaholwal, Munoa,
Ix-liigU I'AIVtlnf I, UA46U.MO llakau, con
tJlnlitg I.SH acres, mure or lex.
The undivided (inc-tlilrd Intrust of l'rkeln
tiiki)l, itreraat'd, In that certain plecu of land
siliutln lit Knloalit. Matum. being It I' (Irant
IU In MaUulu, cuiiUlnlng 4,50 acre moru or
TliU le niters a jinnd opportunity to In
wtiifs ami ailjoluliig owners of propeiiy.
Tlieiu te siiltslilu Ineallotis for homvstends
In lliu alley iit'Msnim wlilcli Isimted (or It
rnnl lirtfiv mid lu'allliy elltnalo.
Iiff' 'Itriusuf sale aro mslii) able lilt'. H.
Bhi i'hIii. and iltwU at lltu txpuisiwif pur
hlo lu Im iil'tl tti rnntlrmitluii by the
Km litiilifr 11s.1l Milm uitdlrt
Iro el Din lilt-
(HiltM ttt hW (m lit' llm JltilU'Uty llttlld
LACES & EMBROIDERIES
-N. S.SAOHS, I
620, Fort Stroot, .... Honolulu.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk XjQCeS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
Wasll Laces f every description in white, cream
Torchon X-iaces ! Torchon Laces !!
Now patterns, all grades.
Real Maltese Lace n ucl Ii isertions
A LARGR ASSORTHKNT f
DElXLlDroidevy DEclQ'ina'S 1UJ Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and irlauiburg. EmbroicK vy and Laco bea(ings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
at reduced prices as soon as goods are ro-inarked.
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
tho charm that belongs to
handsome white teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
mako possible one of tho 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 uso
the permanont teeth come nat
urally and with httlo pain, and
aro kopt sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by the Hoimox
Druq Co. Get it of them.
EVERY ONE WHO HOLDS TICKETS
for the norformanoo on Saturday night
will be proviuod wltu seats.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
MIH.S Id. V. LEDEKCK.
OrttcH Hawaiian Abstract aud
(Company, corner Fort and
tf Merchant 8tn.
COHSEH IIUILDIKO ON QUEEN ST.;
Two liilmiWrt' walk from Fisbuinrkot.
HAWN. OAltUIAOE MIO. CO.,
iiOS-Ilt No. 70 Qncon Street.
Hie Planters !
K. OUUUA & CO. OIVUNOTICETIIAT
tlicy withdraw their plan t Intiodttco con
trtrt UlKtront frco of rharno, which wa
Untit'd In DiHvinW, m It luw Ihhii found
liiipruatldtblo nnd tlntt tlmy will wve rt for
tho prwrtiit to their orlijlnitl plan whew the
pliinU'l lMy thu Paulino moimy horn pan
K. OUIMt.V .V CO.
Ilunolulii, Jaauary b, IM(J. 'JtH-lw
TEMPLE OF FASHION
aiu roirr stiikkt
DON'T H0ITiTE 4 M01MT
About tlio best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave, between Deretanlu and School
BOARD AND ROOM !
Per Dny, $1.25
Por "Week 7.50
A ELOCK OF
Ililo Sugar Company Stock
In lots to miit purchasers at a
For pnrticnlara njrply at theofllcoof the
HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND
THOMAS IIOI.LtNOEU HAS EE
utovud his llliicksmlth shop into tho old
"llulU'tin" liuildliiK, Out'ou street, directly
jpposito hi old Htiitul. 20Slw
till irtwi to vmlwul.