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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAliY 27, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar is 32.
The circus will perform at Li
huo on Friday night.
"Turpin's Ridoto York'; will bo )
produced at tuo oircus louigui.
Fred. Harrison was at Van
couver when the "Warrimoo sailed.
Dr. and Mrs. Oapron woro re
turning "Warimoo passengers.
Senator H. P. Baldwin is in the
city, having arrived on tho Glau
dine. Mrs. Ballontyno and family ar
rived from Vancouver by tho
Consular flags aro flying today
in honor of Einporor William'B
Policeman No. 15 lost hisstar
in the circus tout Saturday night.
A lady lost hor purse, also.
Tho circus will opon on Kauai
for-a short season during tho lat
ter part of this weok.
Tonight and "Weduosday night
aro announced as positively tho
last two of the circus.
Pacific Lodge of Masons meets
tonight and will have work in tho
.Tho Gloanors' Socioty of the
Coutral Union church is in ses
sion this afternoon.
Tho shipping in the harbor is
gaily decorated today in honor of
Tho arrival of tho bark Velocity
from China gives customs' officials
plenty of work for a few days.
Tho Honolulu Crickot club post
poned meotiiig is sot for "Wednes
day ovoning at 7:30 at tho Arling
ton. E. It. Hendry of tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Company returned
from Maui by tho Olaudino yes
terday. Sharpshooters aro in favor of a
match botweon California and
Hawaii, which will bo open to all
Tho adjourned annual mooting
of tho Honolulu Crickot Club will
bo hold at tho Arlington Hotel on
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S.,
office Cottage. No. 100,
Btroet. tolunhuno f o. G15,
hours 9 am. to i P.M.
Another consignment of tho
justly colobratod Enterprise beer
will arrived by tho Australia to
day for tho Morchauts' Exchange.
Mr. Kopplor has boon appoint
ed manager of tho AVopdlawn
Fruit Company's plantation at
Ewa, in place of Carl "Willing.
Road Supervisor Oumming's
horso broke a leg on Saturday in
trvincr to cet looso from tho post
it was tied to in tho roar of tho
Tho salo of reserved soal for the
second performance of "Meredith's
Old Coat," which is to tnko place
tomorrow night, opened at noon
today with a oig demand.
Eov. II. H. Gowon, formorly of
tho Anglican clergy of Honolulu,
lately cloliverod a loarnod lecture
,-on "Buddha's Sacred Works" at
Now Westminster, B. 0.
In his roport sont back by tho
Warrimoo, Captain Stott of tho
Miowora reported having usod oil
to still tho waves on tho rough
trip to Honolulu.
Don't loavo your pictures until
they aro ruined boforo having
thorn framed. King Bros aro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
bettor to have your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Company H had practice at the
now butts at Kakaako range yes
terday, but tho marker, Tom Mo-.
Giffin, did not understand his
business and exposed himBelf in
front of tho target, thoreby nar
rowly escaping being shot.
Complaint is raado at tho Sail
ors Homo that a lot of native boys
gather at the fishmarkot; and make
a nuisance in the vicinity on Sun
days. Yostorday Mrs. Groon tele
phoned to tho Btation and a polico
man arrived soon after to sup
press tho uproar of tho gamins.
Thoro will bo a spooial salo of
Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool Un
dorwear nt Traoy's, to roduco
stook. Pricos will bo ?3 per suit
for rogular sizes, and ifa.oU por
suit for extra larco sizes. Ladies
suits, all sizos, whito and natural,
at $3 iersuit. Do not lot this
opportunity pass to got these
goods at muqh less than their
valuo. as the salo will only last
jl'atook is reduced.
A thoroughbred Durham bull is
advertised for salo.
Four Government lots on tho
Esplanado will bo sold at auction
on February 2G.
A saluto of twouty-ono guns
was fired at noon in honor of
Tho mombors of tho Quooub
land cabinet loft for homo by tho
Oil paintings of tho Vdlcano all
sizes and prices at King Bros,
A Portuguese named Manuel
was arrested at noon on a charge
of malicious injury and mischief.
Captain Melville Nicholls was a
passongor from Port Townsond
oil tho 0. D. Bryant which arrived
Chief JusticoJudd will lecture
on "Tho Hawaiian Constitution"
at' Y. M. O. A. hall next Saturday
Marshal Brown is Blowly recov
ering from his attack of malarial
fever, but at noon today was still
confined to his bed.
Pictures repaired and refitted
with now paper margins which
coyors those unsightly spots at
King Bros., Hotel street.
At 2:30 p. m. tho Australia had
not boon sighted. Sho probably
encountered a portion of tho storm
which tho Warrimoo passed
Col. Fisher is experiencing con
siderable difficulty in getting to
gether a team of fifty who will
avorago 40 in tho international
H. W. Schmidt, assignoo of tho
ostato of Otsuki & Co., advertises
tho Balo at auction on Tuesday,
February 4, of a country storo at
Tho Palace candy storo on
Hotel street is for salo. If not
disposed of boforo Wednesday,
Jan. 29, it will bo sold at auction.
For all information go to J. F.
Anyone contomplatinc cofleo
cultivation will see particulars of
a splondid opportunity to obtain
a holding, in an advertisement of
tho salo by auction of n tract in
Kona by Jas. F. Morgan on May
JimDodd will cater to tho thirsty
with a consignment of Enterprise
beer an tho arrival of tho Austra
lia. Gonial Jim is always tip to
date and can bo dependod on to
give his customers tho best there
is to bo had, in fact tho best is
not good enough for tho custom
ers of tho Pantlioon.
Live Specimen nftli Pearl Oyster la
John F. Colburn has discovered
live specimens of tho pearl oystor,
from tho former nbundnnce there
of which the wator took its nnmo,
in Pearl Eivor lngoon. A Bul
letin roportor saw ono of tho livo
oysters and a hnlf shell nt Mr.
Colhum's ofiico to-day. They are
clonrly distinct in appearance from
tho imported oysters boing culti
vated by Mr. Colburn in liis fish
ponds at Poarl Harbor.
It was in tho timo of Kamoha
inoha y., or about a quarter cen
tury ago, that tho pearl oyster,
onco existing in millions there,
disappeared from sight in Pearl
Harbor. Tho natives in old times
got lots of poarl oyBtors thoro.
Mr. Colburn also fished up
shells of imported oysters planted
in the lacroon bv A. V. Bush, lato
stopfathor of H. F. Poor, about a
score of yoarB ago. Thoy woro a
failuro and Mr. Colburn has told
Agricultural Commissioner Mars
don that tho oysters planted thoro
by him will not livo, on account
of tho too great salinity of tho
Country Postniimtcr Gono Wrong.
It is loarnod that tho postmas
ter of a small ofiico on Hawaii was
lately discovered to ho short in his
accounts to tho tunc of $750. As
tho official was making strenuous
efforts at last accounts to mako up
tho amount, and had succeeded to
within $250, his namo is withhold
for tho prosont, Ho is a promi
nent nativo Hawaiian, and tho
cause assigned for his difficulty is
"too many irons in tho firo." The
discoYory was mado by J. D. Pa
ris, school agent of North Kona,
who is a sort of confidential super
visor of Government affairs in
Fresh salmon is for salo by
Metropolitan Meat Company.
Highostofnll in Leavening Power.
T11K DisrmoT OOUKT.
Proceeding) lit Jiidgo de la VerBne'M
Court this Uornlwr.
Six drunks pleaded guilty this
morning, including ono fomalo,
and received tho usual fine of S2
Andy Brown said ho was not
drunk and demanded a trial. Two
witnesses tostified that ho was
holplessly drunk on tho corner of
Nuuauu and King street on Sat
urday ovoning and was not ovon
able to walk to thoStation Houso.
Tho defendant said ho was not
drunk, but was subject to fits. A
horso jammed linn up against tuo
wall and ho sat down on tho bench
to recover himself. Ho had no
money to got drunk with and
couldn't possibly do so, as ho had
no credit. Ho acknowledged ho
had boon in jail before for drunk
enness, and tho Court sont him
thoro again until ho works out n
fine of S3 and costs.
Ololo pleaded guilty of assault
ing another nativo and was fined
$15 and costs.
Piipulani, who is charced with
stealing a miscellaneous collection
of articles among which wero a
mosquito not, a pair of spurs and
n large hammer, pleaded not guil
ty and got his trial postponed till
Tho balance of tho morning
session was taken up with the
trial of Kopano for stealing $3.50
from tho money drawer of a Mau
nakea streot storo. Tho prosecu
tion concluded its case at noon
and tho trial was postponed.
Tho charge of assault with a
dangerous weapon against A. M.
Howott was uollo pros.'d, and tho
dofondant ploadod guilty to the
lessor chargo of assault and bat
tory on one Wing On with a stono,
and was fined S30 and S3 costs.
The Palace Candy Store!
Favorable- Location. Good Stand,
Well stocked with Stationery, Toys, Fancy
Goods and Candy Machinery. Firstclass
Fixtures, Fine Soda Fountain, Marble slabs,
eto. Good stock of Candies and Candy
To bo sold AT AUCTION
Wednesday, January 29th
at 12 o'clock.
jCW"The undersigned will receivo pri
vate offers till that date.
Jas. F. Morgan,
The management must hero record tint
no bettor toatlmony of tho appreciative
sense of the publio has been ovincod with
such cordiality and warmth as that mani
fested toward us since our opening, and
tho ovation plauditH given to every artist
nnd tho highly educated horses was simply
mora genuine, louder and vociferous, night
after night than an audience ever boa towed
on any oircus performance over given in
And Wednesday Night,
Will bo given in Honolulu,
that the Circus can visit
been completed so
Another Monster Program, '
Terminating by request -with the sencA
tional equestrian spocticle
Dick Turpin's Ride to York,
and lifo and death of his BONNY DESS.
0KT No performance tomorrow night,
and reuiomber Wedueday night is tho last.
Popular prices t Chairs, 75 cents; Gallery
25 cents. Ghildruu; Chairs 23 cents; Qui
lery 15 cents.
LatestJU.S. Gov't Boport.
I nm directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon of Bald day At my tales
rooms on Queen street. In Honolulu (unlets
sooner disposed of at private sale) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 8,300 acres In fee
simple situate at Koto and Olclomoann 1 In
South Konn, Inland of Han all, about eight
mills by a Kood road from llookcna, ene of
the largest vlllojjca In Kona. Thcro Is an ex-(.-client
lnndlnt; on the land Itself from where
the iodic and other produce could be shipped
and a good situ for a mill near the .landing.
Fifty acres of land arc In coffee. Roughly es
timated there Is about set en hundred acres of
Bplundld coireo land lying all on one block on
doth tides of the Government Koad. Eight
hundred ncrcs lying above and to tho Hast of
tho seven hundred ncrcs above mentioned is
nlso excellent land nnd although at a higher
altitude U no doubt also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below the
coffee belt Is snltaDlefornlncanples and sisal.
There Is a drying house, store and work
rooms, a Gordon's rulper, laborers' quarters
and 'water tanks at the plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. There has ncterbeen
nny blight on this land, although coffee was
planted a groat many years ago. Old residents
of Kona like the late D. 11. Nahlnu, J. W.
Kualmoku and others have testified to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchase price
can remain on mortgage at eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at the expense of
A map of tho property can be seen and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
nt Papaikou, Hilo,
Tuesday, February 4, '96,
The Country Store
belonging to the estate of Otsuki & Co.
The Storo Building, Lease, Storo Fix
tures, Shelving, Counters, Safe, Showcases,
L Cottage, Storehouse, Stable, Out
Tno dwelling nousc (uearly now) and
Horses, Mules, Carts.
Tho Stook of Merchandise, comprising a
largo assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardwaro, eto. Also Book Accounts and
other outstanding claims.
All of tho above will be offered at Publio
Auction as abovo stated at Papaikou, Hilo.
This will afford a fine opportunity to se
cure ono of the best business sites on Ha
waii. A bonus of $1000 was paid two years
ago for tho good will of this business only.
For further particulars apply to F. M.
Bindt, on tho premises t Or to
n. W. 80HMIDT,
Assignee of the Estate of Otsuki tc Co.
of the Comedy
"Meredith's Old Coat"
For tho benefit of Kawaiahao Church
January 28, 1896,
will rise promptly
Tickets on sale exclusively at
Hobron Drug Co,
BOX PLAN NOW OPEN
A YERY FINETHOROUGHBRED DUR.
ham Hull, five years old.
2ll-2t JAS. OARTY'S STABLES.
Subnoribe for tho Evkni.no Bul
letin, 75 cents per mouth.
HEADQUARTERS ' '
620, Fort Streot,
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk LaCeS3 latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
Wasll X-aceS f every description in white, cream
Torchon Laces ! Torchon Laces,!!
Now patterns, all grades.
Real Maltese Lace and Insertions
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Em.lD:i?03Cier,y Hld.G'ill.G'S ad Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Lace headings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
at reduced prices as soon as goods are re-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 whito teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
make 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 use
the permanent teeth come nat
urally and with httlo pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by tho Hobuon
Drug Co. Got it of them.
Eagle -:- House
(Tno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Berctanla and School
BOARD AND ROOM!
Por Day, $1.25
By Chief Justice Judd
Saturday, Fet. 1st,
at 7:45 o'clock nt
YOUNG MEN'S OHUISTIAN ASSN
Subject: "The Hawaiian Constitu
Admission, - 25 Cents.
Jlcmbera of tho Y. M. 0. A. Free.
AID F OUT .NTIIEET
D01UT HglTiTE MOMENT
About the beat place to buy
California : Feed
Under instructions from
KLEMME I will sell at Publio
ray salesroom, Queen Street,
Thursday, Jan. 30th,
At 12 o'clook noon,
his Desirable Residonoe on th corner of
Wilder Avonuo nnd Kewtl) strestj
Size of lot 100x160 foot.
at an elevation
aro niroly planted and aro
that insures perfect drain
compriso an Elegant ami
Containing Large Parlor, Four Bed
rooms, Dining Room, Pantry and Kitchen.
Also Stablos, Carriage House, Servants
Quarters, Eto., Eto.
Terms: One half cash, balance on mort
gage ut 7 poront.
For further particulars ripply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
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