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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 30, 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Miss "Knto Fiold will lcavo for
the S'olcnno by Friday's Kinnu.
Company' 5 of tho Citizen's
Guard moots at llio Police "Station
this evening. t
Sonator Baldwin relumed from
a quick trip to Kauai by tho Mika
liala this morning. - ,
Company D had a livoly drill
and business mooting last night.
Four now members woro olectod.
This is tho regular mooting
night of tho Y.M. 0. A. orchestra,
and ovory morabor is expected to
bo on hand.
A farowoll luau will bo given to
Mrs. Dan McCorriston at Long
Branch tomorrow afternoon. Tho
lady is about to lcavo for Molokai.
Tho Palaco Candy store which
wa3 sold by auction yesterday was
bid in by its owner at S800. Tho
goods arc being romoved today.
Professor Musick has completed
his notes for his forthcoming book
Oil UIO lSHIUUa IIHU Will "ii
tho Australia on Saturday.
Don't forgot that tho Oahu rail
way continues to run excursions
to Waianao on Saturdays and
Sundays at reduced rates.
Now that tho Tribuno tandems
aro horn to bo used in pacing tho
crack riders, thoro will be somo
local records smashed in short
Tho man who desorted from
Company II and shipped on tho
Bonnington has been returned to
tho military authorities and will
,Tho annual mooting of the Ha
waiian Electric Company will bo
hold tomorrow aftornoou at 2
o'clock. New officers aro to bo
Tho Pacific "Wheelmen failod to
materialize in sufficient numbers
to hold a meeting last night and a
postponement was had until next
Monday at tho same timo and
Tho annual mooting of tho
Young "Woman's Christian Temp
erance Union is in progress at tho
Central Union Church. A social
jjf will bo held in tho church parlors
Manager Lucas of tho Hawaiian
hotel, in tho absence of tho band,
has engaged tho Quintette club to
play during dinner at tho hotel
tomorrow evening and afterwards
for a dance to bo given in houor
of tho Australia's passengers.
Colonol Fisher sayB that sixty
or moro of tho best shots in tho
military dopartmont are practic
ing ovory afternoon for tho com
petition with California marksmen.
Ho will not select tho team until
a day or so before tho event.
Jim Dodd wont to tho . circus
last night and on his return homo
found a well - known character
about town coming out of his pri
vate apartments. Tho rooms had
beon thoroughly ransacked but as
nothing of valuo had beon taken
Mr. Dodd lot tho wouldbe thief go.
This old chestnut is again going
tho rounds of tho Coast papers:
"A curious fad of ox-Quoou Liliu
okalani is a passion for ropo knots
mado by sailors who havo visited
tho islands. She has a largo col
lection of theso evidences of
E. L. Stovonson's unpublished
history of his own family is to
appoar in a .forthcoming volume
of tho Edinburgh edition of his
works. It onds with tho story of
tho groat achiovomont of his
grandfather's life in tho building
of tho Boll Rock lighthouse
Nobody suspocted Sir Henry
Irving of keoping n yellow dog
until tho othor night. When call
ed out for a speech in Now York
a most disropntablo yollow dog
followed him and shared tho hon
ors of tho ovoning with tho groat
Mr. Corbott's resignation as se
cretary of tho Y. M. 0. A. takes
effect on Saturday. 0. N. Rose
will act until a compotont man can
bo sont out from tho States nnd
Mr. Corbott will continue to act ns
instructor of tho gymnasium
A groat ovont in prospect is
Padorowski's first visit to San
Francisco. Ho is announced for
three recitals at tho California
Thoator. Tho first is to bo on
Monday night, February 10th, and
tho other two tho following
AVodnosday and Friday afternoons.
Ho is likely to croato tho samo
furore thoro ho has done ovory-
Seo card of tho ' Kalahiki dry
Creditors of the Kapu estate are
called to meet on Monday.
Yeo Chonc oives hours and
prices of his restaurant olsowhoro. (
II. Formann of Kauai arrived
on tho Mikahala this morning.
Thoro was no mooting of tho
Board of Health yesterday.
Tho U. S. S. Boston nnd shoro
battory exchanged salutes at 1 :15
Co. 5 of Citizens' Guard is call
ed for this ovoning at the polico
The nunua meeting of tho Ha
waiian Electric Co. is called for
Armstrong Smith offors his sor
vices to proparo candidates for tho
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra ex
pect a lot of new music from tho
East on tho Coptic.
Tho only arrest made in tho past
twenty-four hours was that of a
Japanese deserter from Papaikou
Tho public concort for tho b.on
ofit of tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra
will not take place for several
Tho salo of 0. Klommo's dosir
ablo rcsidenco by James F. Mor
gan was postponed from 12 today
to tho samo hour next Monday.
Tho ton Chinese fishermen who
wore arrested yesterday for fishing
in tho harbor wero discharged in
tho Polico Court this morning.
Browor's wharf which is greatly
worn in the middle should bo
raised so that tho wator will not
form a disagreeable pool there.
Miller street above Punchbowl
street is being graded and Bteam
rolled. It has been ono of tho
ruggedest thoroughfares in town.
George Fern ploa'ded guilty of
cruelty to animals in Judgo de la
Vorgno's court this morning and
was lot off with a fine of SI and
an extra ono for costs.
Kalaluhi pleaded guilty of tho
possession of cho fa tickets in tho
District Court this morning but
his Bontonce was suspended at tho
request of tho'prosocution.
Captain Nowhall of tho bark
Nonantum which arrived this
morning with coal from New
castle used to bo master of the
old barkontino Amelia years ago
and is well known along tho front.
Very few Chinese aro taking
out papors to leave by tho steamer
Coptic on tho 4th pros. Thoro
will be a largo passongor list for
tho bark Volocity.
Commissioner Marsdon had a
number of callers yesterday, con
sisting mostly of now arrivals by
tho Australia, who wero inquiring
about tho coffoo and other indus
tries of tho islands.
Yosterday was tho birthday of
Mrs. John Nott, and a number of
her friends gathered at her homo
last ovoning to cplobrato tho oc
casion with dancing, music and
having a good time gonorally.
From tho official records of last
Saturday's bicyclo races to bo
found in our advertising columns,
it will bo soon that tho'Tribuno
heads tho list of winning wheels
with throo firsts and three seconds.
Admission to Chief Justice
Judd's lecture at tho Y. M. 0. A.
next Saturday ovoning on tho
"Hawaiian Constitution" will bo
free to members. Others will bo
charged 25 conts.
Tho Bureau of Customs has
submitted its annual report for
tho past year to tho Minister of
Financo. It will bo in tho hands
of the printer in a fow days. It
must bo printed before the Legis
Ed. Molnorny (an old member,),
"Wm. H. Smith (tho shoo man) and
"Willio Wildor woro among those
admitted to membership in Com
pany D last night. Thos. E. "Wall
(lato captain of Company B) has
applied for membership in this
company; also "Wm. H. Charlock.
An item in ono of tho ovoning
papors yosterday stated that Paddy
Curtis in his yacht Spray lod the
Customs officials a chaBO down to
Pearl Harbor while smugglers
landed dopo ovor at Koolau. It
is a fact that Kaona point and
Koolau woro both carefully guard
ed ogainst any such attompls
while tho Spray was cruising out
Bide. Tho authors of tho woman's
Biblo did not go to tho oxtromo
of trying to unsox tho devil.
"Washington Post. '
Highest of 1 in Leavening PoWir. LatettJU.S. Gov'tRoport.
iH mf iut&jMbhtvrK
Till: AUSntAMA OPIUM.
Ono of the Niniiunlern ltocclvcn n
Tho trial of Lui Bonani, in
whoso room tho opium off the
Australia was found by Captain
Scott on Monday night, took place
this morning. Captain Scott,
officors Xavior and Cordes testi
fied to tho finding of tho opium as
already detailed in theso columns,
and Lu Chong, who is an export
on opium, sworo that it was a
first class quality of either the
"Victoria or Ohinoso article.
No testimony was offorcd for
tho defense and the Court found
tho dofendant guilty and sentenced
him to thirty days in jail, a fine
of $200 and costs nmounting to
83.40. Tho case will bo appealed
to the Circuit Court for mitiga
tion of sontenco.
The two women Mrs. Gonsalves
and Miss Rodrieucs who nro ac
cused of taking tho opium to Bo-
nauis room woro arraigned on
tho chargo of unlawfully import
ing opium and pleaded not guilty.
'I'lik.ti ,iil .. r fliift nHnMnniMt
JLllVll Uilll lO Ull HUD (tlli:i IIUUlli
Ilnuallmi t.mlirc WIiih Its CiiKfllenr
lliC (it Cliiimbcr.
Judgo Porry has rondorod a de
cision in tho assumpsit suit of Ha
waiian Lodge, F. t A. M., vs. F.
H. Bedward. Judgment is given
for plaintiff for the amount
claimed, $1023.12, interest from
January 9,. 1894, attorney's
commisison and costs. Tho
claim arose out of Bcdward's
failure to complete liis contract on
tho Masonic Temple, when tho
Lodge had tho -work done at an
oxcesB ovor tho contract price of
tho amount now awarded. O.
.Brov,'?ter -plaintiff , no appear
anco of or for defendant.
Charles Croighton has beon np-
Eointod guardian ad litem of Vito
. Baker and Eliza K. Baker,
minor childron of K. Hoapili
Baker, to protect thoir interests ini
the suit against thom of U. W.
Booth and wife, tho wardB being
residuary legatees under tho wiU
of Malia Kahai.
Judgo Porry was engaged Tues
day afternoon in hoaring P. H.
Kahauand wifo vs. 0. "W. Booth
and wifo, a bill in equity to de
clare a deed to bo a mortgago and
to cancel it. Monsarrat for plain
tiffs; Macoon for defendants.
Argument on demurrer was
mado in tho caso of John Henry
vs. James Carty, bill for account
ing and discovery, boforo Judgo.
Perry. Croighton for plaintiff;
Stanley for dofondaut.
Important I.inul Hide.
Henry Smith, commissioned
thereto by tho Supremo Court,
will hold a salo of valuable taro
and homestead lands tomorrow.
Thoro aro niuo lots Tho salo will
tako placo at tho Judiciary building
at 12 noon. It will bo a great op
portunity for obtaining valuablo
holdings. Lot No. 1 consists of
building Bites. ' No. 2, of 2.48
acres; 3, of 1-3 acre; 4, 5 and 8,
aro all taro land, oxcopting ono
house lot in No. 4; No. G lias 8$
acres kula, or dry, and 4.79 taro
land. No. 7, of 7.82 acres, has
ono of taro and tho rest in house
lots or kula land. No. 9 is an un
divided third containing 2.G0 acres
of dry and 2 acres of taro laud.
Tho total acreago to bo sold is
17.57 acres cf dry, and 11.80 of
There aro so-called cheap Btorcs
in Jorsoy. I happened to bo in
ono of thom. In tho storo I saw
a tub stenciled "Buttorino." I
asked tho clerk whether ho pro
nounced tho "ino" liko tho "mo"
in nine, or liko tho "eon" in six
toon. "Oh, no; wo do not pro
nounce it at all," was his smart an
swor. ""Wo call it buttor." De
tail Grocers' Advocato.
"Havo you anything to Bay bo
foro Bontonoo is pronounced
against you?" qskod tho Judgo.
"Tho only thing I'm kickin' about,"
answered the convicted burglar,
"is boin' identified by a man that
kept his head undor tho bedclothes
tho wholo timo. That's wrong.
A CI in ell or.
It Is only a few ycari ?o ilnce the 8cattle
Brewing nnd Malting Oo.' "Rainier" Beer
wa first placed on tlio market, and through
Its excellence soon became a general fnyorlte.
Another brand "Olympic" has lately been
added, nnd with "Italnler" they make a good
pair to draw to. Both arc the product of the
very best materials, and being manufactured
after tho most approved methods, enables the
Seattle llrcwlm.' and Malting Co. to oiler to
the public a superior article of Bottled Lager
Beer, combining the most palatable qualities
of a refreshing drink with tho Invigorating
nnd wholesome properties of tho best mnlt
extracts, thus presenting a desirable beverage
alike to Invalid nnd healthy persons.
Numerous cheap goods are offered to at
tract custom, but their very price brands
them with the stamp of Inferiority. They
must of necessity bu mado of doubtful mate
rial and In consequence of Inferior quality,
their consumption may even be deleterious
The Criterion Saloon sees tho advantage of
having n first-clat beer on draught: tho Ital
nler or Seattle Beer, as It is familiarly called,
has had a very large salo since It hns been on
draught at the Criterion.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to theso islands; nnd tho
issuo for 1890; now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, nnd should bo in
ovory office nnd homo in tho land.
Its convenience and reliability
ns a reference hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 cents nor copy, or 85
conts postage paid to any address
THOS. G THRUM,
Publisher, Stationer, etc.
Fort street, Honolulu. 192-lm
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. ' "With thoir proper,
care is bound up the question
of perfect permanent ones, and
tho charm that belongs to
handsomo whito teeth. Care
for thom' constantly, and you
make possible one of tho ohjof
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes thoir tender gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the permanent teeth como nat
urally and with httlo pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by the Hobhon
Ditua Co. Get it of them.
Oil paintings of tho Volcano all
sizes and prices at King Pros,
Pictures ropaircd and refitted
with now paper margins which
covers those unsightly spots nt
King Bros., Hotel stroot.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Doutal
offico Gottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephono No. 015. Offico
hours 9 A.M. to i p.m.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nununu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
and 50 conts por night" $1, and
51.25 por week.
Island jewelry is vory popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to ordor at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
street. Gold wiro names made
while you wait.
Don't loavo your pictures until
thoy nro ruined boforo having
thom frame). King Bros nro mak
ing frnmes bo cheap now that it is
bettor to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Thoro will bo a spocinl salo of
Dr. Jaogcr'sSunitary Wool Un
dorwear at Tracy's, to reduce
stock. Prices will bo S3 por suit
for rogular sizes, and .13'.50 por
suit for extra larRO sizes. Lndios'
suits, all sizon, whito and natural,
nt $3 .er suit. Do not lot this
opportunity iihsb to got theso
goods at much less than their
aluo. as tho salo will only hist
till Btook is roduced. w
LACES & EMBKOLDEEIES
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot, .-..
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk LaceS, lest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"Wash. Laces of ovcry description in white, cream
. and ecru.
Torclion Laqes ! Tox-chon Laces !!
.Now patterns, all grades.
IReal Maltese Lac arid Insertions
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Embroidery JbCdcrmoS and Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Lace headings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
at reduced prices ns soon
Everything Will Be Reduced,
Attention ! Co. 5, G, G. H.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING THIS
(THURSDAY) evening, January 30th, at
7:30 sharp, at tho Polico Co art room. All
members aro requested to attend, &b basi
nets of importance -will bo brought before
tho company, Ter Order.
214-1 G. H. GREEN, Captain.
A MEETING OF TflE CREDITORS OF
tho Kapu Estate will bo hold at tho oalro of
W. O. Smith at 8:30 a. m. on Monday,
February 3, 1800. A fall attendance of
those interested is roquoutod, as u proposi
tion for a final settlement will bo offered.
Meals at All Hours. Ooon from S a. m. to
1 o'clook at uight. Saturday, opon all
nioht. 21 tickots for $40. EvorythinR
Clean., HOTEL STREET,
214 Opposite Fantheon Saloon,
(THE RISING SUN)
AT LOWEST TRICES.
King Street, near Nuuanu.
AND OTHERS DESIROUS OF BEINO
preparod for tuo noxt Teachers' Examina
tion, cau apply for terms; eto., to tho un
dersigned. ARMSTRONG SMITH.
214-2t I O. Hox 393.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
llawaiinn Eleotrio Company will bo held on
Friday aftornoou, at 2 o'clook, in tho offlco
of W. O. Irwin & Co., Ld., for the olectiou
of ofilcers, oto. A full attendance is do
sirod. W. W. HALL,
214-lt Secretary Hawaiian Eloctrio Co.
A YERY FINETIIOROUGHBRED DUR
ham Bull, llvo years old.
211-21 JAS. OARTY'S STABLES.
By Chief Justice Judd
Saturday, Feb. 1st,
at 7 M o'clock at
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSN
Subject: "The Hawaiian Constitu
tion." Admission, - 25 Cents.
Members of tho Y. M. 0. A. Free.
as goods are.ro-marked.
IPLE OF FAS!
BID FOltT STltEJET
Heads the List
Following is the correct
number of races won by tho
different wheels on tho 25th of
January at the meeting of tho
Hawaiian Athletic Associa
Tribune - 3 firsts--3 seconds
Columbia 2 " 1 "
Stearns - - 1 "1 "
Rambler- 1 " 2 '
Tho above is compiled from
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