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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAHY 31, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The now Sorgoant of Company
B is Vidn Thrum.
Tho Australia's mail will oloso at
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
O. B. Spalding came ovor from
Kapaa on tho Makeo this morn
ing. Crisp vegetables were scon ex
posed m OhinoBO stores this morn
ing. ' Miss Kate Field was unable to
loavo on tho Kinau today owing to
Hawaiian Locfgo of Masons has
a special Bession tonight for work
in tho second degree.
Tho Quintette Club will play
for tho dinner and danco at tho
Hawaiian hotol tonight.
Tho Ohinoso Now Yoar com
mences with tho now moon on
"Wirth's circus loft on tho Mika
hala last night and will perform
at Lihuo tonight.
Tho bark Velocity is nearly fifty
years old, and Captain Martin
says sho is as good as now. Sho
has mado plenty of monoy for hor
Captain Wildes and Executive
Officer Blocklingor of tho U. S. S.
Boston camo ashoro at 10:30 and
Bpont tho morning in making of
Tho irroprossiblo Jim Dodd is
always making improvomonts
about tho Pantheon Saloon. Ho
lias a force of men at work ro
painting tho building today.
Sonator H. P. Baldwin loft on
tho Kinau this morning for Maui.
Tho sailing of tho vessel was do
layod till 11 o'clock in ordor that
be might make connections.
Tho ladies of tho Y. P. S. C. E.
will hold n Now Englarid supper
at tho rosidonco of Mrs. Chapin
on tho night of February 22d for
tho purpose of refilling their trea
sury. Senators Eice, Wilcox and
Cecil Brown left on tho Mikahala
last night, and tho supposition
now is that Kauai will bo heard
from in tho coming legislature in
tho matter of roads, bridges and
Owing to a crush of matter yeB
,t9rday a largo amount of local
news and oditorial notes was
crowded out after being put in
typo. This will explain to all
3uostionors why certain reports
id not appear.
Tho S. G. Wilder brought dowu
a dockload of mules and horses
for J. N. Wright and others. Tho
animals had a hard timo during
tho long passage of 20 days, yet
they arrived in excellent condi
tion. Tho Archbishop of Cantorbury
has declined to prosecute tho
Bishop of London for issuing a
liconso for tho marriage of divorc
pd persons, on tho ground that the.
Bishop's chancellor hold that such
licenses are proper, and tho Bish
op has a right to act on tho deci
sion of his chancellor.
Chinese strawberry peddlers
havo been Belling vegotablos on,
tho sly to their regular customers.
They concealed tho forbidden
truck under a earmont spread be
neath tho tins of fruit. One said
when ho found a vegetable-hungry
buyer: "Supppao policeman see,
William E. Castlo, ox-Ministor
of tho Hawaiian Bopublio to the"
Uuitod States, was arrested by a
mounted patrolman last night for
tho awful off onso of driving without.
a lifjht. On Iiib arrival at tho
Station House Mr. CasUo gave
bail for his appearance this morn
ing but ho did not appear.
Tho American Loaguo hold a
meeting last night, T. B. Murray
presiding. An asBOsamont of a
dollar and fifty cents per morabor
was loviod to clear off tho present
indebtedness. Tho loaguo now
numbers ihroo hundred andthreo
members. As soon as tho legisla
ture moots it is tho intention to
hold three open and one closed
meeting monthly. At tho open
meetings anyone who desires is
welcome to come.
Prof. Zamlooh tho conjuror
landed at Mahukona on Jan. 22,
and played in Kohala until ho
was picked up by tho Kinau on
tho 27th. Ho was landed at Ka
waihao tho same ovoning, and pro
ceeded to Waimoa, whore he would
play a night or two, going thence
to Hamakua. Aftorward ho was
to visit Hilo, and probably give
several performances. Ho intend
ed visiting tho volcano if ppssiblo.
Tho Kinau took four through
passengers for tho-Volcano.
' Tho Missos Kitchen loft for a
visit to Hawaii today.
Sonator H. W. Schmidt loft on
tho Kinau this morning.
Chock Cheo ifc Co., morchant
tailors, havo a card in this issue.
J. W. Borgstrom loft on a busi
ness trin to tho other islands this
Fathor Conrardy loft for a visit
to Hilo on tho Kinau today. Ho
oxpecte to return in about ton
All of tho chefa and othor cases
sot for trial in tho District Court
today wore postponed till noxt
J. P. Eodriguos, tho tailor op
posite Hackfold & Co.'s, will mako
ono suits for $18 and do all sorts
of cloaning and ropairing.
Tho U. S. S. Boston was ex
actly 11 days in making hor trip
horo. Head winds and cross seas
caused tho long passage
Eomombor that much interest
ing and local reading matter is to
bo found on tho iusido pagos of
This issuo of tho Bulletin,
with a description of tho volcano,
is a good ono to send abroad by
tho Australia's mail.
Mrs. Captain Scott loft on tho
Kinau this morning for Wailuku,
whoro sho will spend several weeks
for hor health.
Eight bus loads of pooplo will
leavo tho vicinity of tho Station
Houso this ovoning at 7:30 to take
in tho luau at Long Branch to
night. Enapa, an escapo from tho Eo
form School, pleaded guilty in tho
District Court this morning and
was ordorod returned to that in
stitution. All claims against tho bark Al
dcrgrovo must bo presented in
triplicato at tho office of Theo. II.
Davies & Co. by noon tomorrow
or they will not boTocoguized.
Marshal Brown's condition is
becinninc to causo his friends
some anxiety. Ho is still quito
ill from malarial fovor and no ono
i? allowed to visit him.
Tho infant daughter of Eov.
Mr. Pock died at 2:20 this after
noon, aged 4 months. Mr. and
Mrs. Peok will havo tho sympa
thy of tho community ovor thoir
Jamos F. Morgan will sell at
auction noxt Monday at noon the
lot and dwelling-house of C. Klom
me, situated on tho corner of Ko
walo street and Wilder avenuo,
on easy tormB.
Tho Examiner's sign, which
used to stand on tho sidewalk in
front of tho Wall, Nichols store,
does not do bo any more. It foil
down this morning and 'smashed
ono of tho S75 plate glass windows
of tho store.
Judge Perry has sustained tho
demurrer to tho bill in equity of
John Henry vs. James Carty, on
tho ground that tho complainant
has a remedy at law and doos not
need recourse to equity. Neu
mann and Creighton for com
plainant, Hartwoll, Thurston &
Stanley for defendant.
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A mammoth project for tho
transportation of passengers
through tho Btroots of Cleveland,
Ohio, is now under way. Tho
plan will ombraco tho practical
use of horseless carriages on timo
schedules with various lines in
operation over regular systoms of
Tho highest salary paid to a
governess is probably that re
ceived by Miss Etta Hughes, En
glish governess to tho young
Princess of tho Astnrias in Spain.
Miss Hughes receives $5000 a
Hillson Shall you Bond your
son to collego? MillBon What'a
tho ubo? Ho could not achiovo
any honors. Hillson Hasn't ho
brains enough? Millson BrainB
braina? Nonsense! Ho has
onough for two; but bo's fast los
ing his hair, and no football team
would havo him. Now York
must bo presented in Triplicate at the office
of Theo. II. Davios k Co., L'til, by noon
to-morrow, othorwlso they will not be rco
Highost of nil in Leavoning Pow,r.
i jH JvPBHfeuflF VISL 1
LARGE SALE OF LANDS
nv coHinissioHr.n ucxitv smith
UNl)i:it JUDICIAL AUTUOItirY
Auctioneer More"! Conduct the 8nlo
Price Itonllacil Kxcceil
Tho salo of lands previously
advertised in this paper, by Henry
Smith, commissioner of tho Cir
cuit Court, was largely attended
at noon today. Tho order of salo
was mado in the caso of Wong
Wa Foy and others vs. Kaili Ka
koi and others. Sovoral of the
heirs of tho estato of Pekolo, fish
monger, deceasod, woro present
among thoso interested and somo
of thorn woro purohasors. James
I1. Morgan, auctioneer, conducted
the Bale, tho result of which is
Lot 1. Housolot with dwelling
thoreon in Kapuukolo, Honolulu,
containing 40-1000 of an acre,moro
or less. Also ono piece ot land
adjoining tho nbovo, containing
70-1000 of an ncro more or less, off
King street below Maunakea. This
lot was not sold, a settlement hav
ing beon mado among tho heirs
Lot 2. Two pieces of land in
Malamulama, Kailua, Koolaupoko,
containing 1.28 acres more or loss.
Also two pieces of laud in said
Malamalama, containing 1.20 acres
moro or lesB. Those four pieces
aro loasod for five yoara from Jan
uary 1, loD'l, at S4.0 por annum.
Sold to Anola Kakoi for $350.
Lot 3. Ono pieco of land in
Moanalua, containing 35-100 of an
acre moro or less, bold to o. M.
Damon for $120. m
Lot 4. Ono pieco of land on
Liliha Btroot near lands of Gaspar
Sylva of Waialua and Jonathan
Shaw of Honolulu, containing 01
100 of an acre moro or less.
Also two piecos of lands adjoin
ing tho abovo, containing 518
fathoms moro or loss. Theso three
pioces woro leased by tho admin
istratrix of tho estate for 10 years
from Jan.l, '95j at $120 por annum.
Two of tho hoira have joined in
said lease, and bb to tho remain
ing throe-fifths, tho binding offoct
of the loaso is questioned.
Tho whole lot sold to Gaspar
Sylva of Waialua for $1000.
Lot 5. One piece of land in
Kaaipu, Manoa, containing 2.010
acres moro or loss. Loasod to
Maria Apai for 10 years from
January 1, 1888, at $50 por an
num. Sold to Maria Apia (Coffin)
Lot G. Ono pieco of land in Kaloi
iki, Manoa, containing 2.10 acres
more or less. Also ono pieco of
land in said Kaloiiki, Manoa, con
taining 2.70 acres moro or less.
Also ono pioco of land in said
Kaloiiki, Manoa, containing 8.18
acros moro or less. Leases of theso
lands aro in oxistonco at a total
annual rental of $-115, but tho va
lidity of tho lease for tho last ono,
at $275 a year, is questioned. Those
lots wore put up in two, divided
by Manoa road. Tho portion ab
ovo tho road brought $2900, and
that bolow the road $1100, James
Stoward being tho purchasor of
Lot 7. Ono pieco of land in
Lualaea, Manoa, containing 7.82
acres moro or less. Sold to John
Ena for $1850.
Lot 8. Two piecos of land in
Kahoiwai, Manoa, containing 1.28
aon moro or Iobb. This lot was
subdivided tho samo as G. Ono
part of 42-100 aoro wont to Mrs.
Kamaiopili for $270 and tho othor
of 80-100 aero to Koakoalani for
Lot 9. Tho undivided one-third
interest of Pekolo Kakoi, decoasod,
in n pioco of land situate in Kolo
alu, Manoa, containing 4.50 acres
moro or loss. Sold to Mrs. Koa
koalani for $-150.
Tho aggregate of sales was $10,
190, which is considerably ovor
tho estimate. After deducting ex-
fionsos and reserving onq-third
or widow's dowor, tho remainder
of tho proceeds is to bo equally
distributed among five heirs of
tho estato of Pekolo.
LatwtJU.S. Gov't JRoport.
It Is only a few yean s$o ilnco
Brewing and Maltlne Oo.'g "Rainier" Beer
wn first placed on the market, and through
Its cxccllcnco soon became- a general favorite.
Another brand "Olympic" has lately been
added, and with "ltalnlcr" they make a good
pnlr to draw to. Both are the product of the
very best materials, and being manufactured
after the most approved methods, enables the
Seattle Drcn Inirand Malting Co. to oiler to
tho nubile u superior i
' artlclo of Bottled LK
rtlclo of Bottled Lager
Beer, combining the most
of refreshing d'lnk with the Invigorating
and wholesome properties of the best malt
extracts, thus presenting a deslrablo bevcrago
aliKe to invalid!, ana Healthy persons.
Numerous cheap goods are offered to at
tract custom, but their very price brauds
them with tho stamp of Inferiority. They
must of necessity be mado of doubtful mate
rial and In consequence of Inferior quality,
their consumption may even bo deleterious
The Criterion Saloon sees tho advantage of
having a first-class beer on draught; tho ltal
nlcr or Seattlu Beer, as It Is familiarly called,
has had a very large sale since It has been on
draught at the Criterion.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to thoso islands; and tho
issuo for 1890j now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and Bhould bo in
every oflico and homo in tho land.
Its convenience and reliability
as a roforenco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni-.
tion many years.
Price 75 cents per copy, or 85
conts postago paid to any address
THOS. G THEUM,
Publisher, Stationer, etc.
Fort street, Honolulu. 192-lm
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up the question
of perfect permanent ones, and
the charm tbat belongs to
handsome white teeth, Care
for them constantly, and you
mako possible ono of tho chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender
Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the permanont teeth come nat
urally and with little pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder
by tho Hoijuon
Get it of them.
Oil paintings o the Volcano nil
sizes nnd prices at King Bros,
Pictures repaired nnd rofitted
with now pnpor ranrgins which
covers thoso unsightly spots nt
King Bros., Hotol stroot.
A. J. Dorhy, D.D.S., Dontai
offioo Cottago No. 100, Alnkoa
Btroet, tolephono No. G15. Oftico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuonu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Tonne: 25
and 60 cents per night f 1, and
$1.25 por weok.
Island jewelry is Tory popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to order at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
stroot. Gold wiro names made
whilo yon wait.
Don't loavo your pictures until
thoy are ruined boforo having
thorn frnmed. King Bros nro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
hotter to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Thoro will bo a special salo of
Dr. Jaoger's Sanitary "Wool Un
derwear nt Tracy's, to roduco
stook. Pricos will bo $8 por suit
forrognlar sizos, nnd $3.50 por
suit for extra largo sizes. Ladies'
suitB, all sizos, wliito and natural,
at $3 -or suit. Do not let this
opportunity pass to get theso
goods at much Icsb than their
value, as the sale will only Inst
till stock is reduced.
LACES & EMBBOIDEBIE&
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot,
AN ELEGANT ASSOETMENT OF
Silk LaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, creatn anil
Wasll IjaceS f ovory
Torchon Laces ! Torchon Laces !I
New patterns, all grades.
Real Maltese LsC3 and Insertions
. a LAitac ASsoimrcNT of
Einbroiclery JEclcillG'S ad Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Lace beadings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
at reduced prices as soon
Everything Will Be Reduced.
A MEETING OP THE CREDITORS OF
tho Kapu Estato trill bo hold at tho office of
W. O. Smith at 8:30 a. in. on Monday,
February 3, 1800. A (nil attendance ot
those interested is requested, as a proposi
tion for a final settlement will bo offered.
AND OTHERS DESIROUS OF BEING
preparod for tno next Teachers' Examina
tion, can apply for terms, etc., to tho un
dersigned. ARMSTRONG SMITn.
214-2t F. O. Box 303.
A VERY FINE THOROUGHBRED DUR
ham Bull, five years old.
2ll-2t JA8. CARTA'S STABLES.
Building and Loan Aociafcion
Tho regular monthly mooting
will bo hold nt tho Chamber of
Commorco on MONDAY EVEN
ING, February 3, 181)6, at 7:30
SCSTPaymonts are roquirod ill
A. V. GEAR,
Under instruction! from SIR. O. KLE1I
ME 1 will sell nt Pnhli'o Auction at my
Balourooiu, Queen Btreet,
On Monday, Feb. 3, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
bis Desirable lttsidonco on the comer of
Wilder Arenne nnd Kownlo street.
Sizo of lot 100x150 feet.
Tho ground nro nicely planted and aro
t an elevation that inmites perfect drain
age The Buildings comprise an Elegant and
Containing Largo JPnrlor, Four Bedroom! j
Dining Boomr l'antty and Kitchen,
Also Stables, Carriage House, Sonants
Quarters, Etc, Etc.
Terms: One halt cash, balance on mort
gage at 7 percent.
For further particulars apply to-
Jas; F. Morgan,
description in white, cream
as goods are re-marked.
AID VOHT STIUET
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
tion: Tribune - 3
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Stearns - -v 1
Rambler - 1
The abovo is
DOB'I HITJJTE HOffEWT
About the lest place to buy
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