Newspaper Page Text
I W (
,rMwt , imm mn i wtjx iwmwHu
.4 LOCAL AND GENERAL.
- " j
.', j,lVirtli'a ci
s i i i
circus Bliowcd nt Na-
"-wiliwili Inst night.
Julion D. Ilnyno is bookod to
loovo on tho Austrnlin this nftor
noon. W. "NV. Diinond expects to onon
up in his now qunrtors on King
street on tho 15th.
Tho annual meotinfi. o Com
D. comes off on "Wednesday
Paul Neumann and wife will
tnko up thoir rosidenco at San
Souci to roinain Bovoral months.
' Tho Salvation Army will hold
oight mootings tomorrow, ono o
which will bo on tho Bennington.
Ohns. M. Oooko and wifo and
Georgo P. Cnstlo are among thoso
who are going away on tho Aus
F. A. Cook will load tho Y. M.
0. A. praise sorvico tomorrow
night at G:30 o'clock. Subject,
"God's lovo for sinners."
Tho regular monthly mooting
ot tho Piouoor Building and Loan
Association comes off on. Monday
Georgo Macy, an oporator who
has boon- thrco years with tho
Mutual Tolophono Company, has
rosignod his position.
Tho subject o Itov. Mr. Peck's
sermon at tho Methodist church
tomorrow night will bo, "Gamb
ling and Gamblors in Hawaii."
At 7:30 p. m. sorvico at tho Cen
tral Union church tomorrow, Eov.
Mr. Birnio will spoak on "Tho
"Witness o tho Uncovered Citios
On and Pi-Thorn."
Tho Mission Children's Socioty
will meet at J. B. Athorton's homo
this ovening. Mrs. Coloman will
read a papor on kindergarten work
for Hawaiian girls.
Tomorrow night at tho Christ
ian church Boy. Mr. Garvin will
take for tho subjoctof his sormon:
"Antecedents and Consequents in
tho Plan of Salvation."
On account of tho low prico of
rico, sovoral mills on this island
have shut down. Tho rico factors
havo boon losing monoy on tho
crop, so that it is not worth mill
ing. A now plato of glass has boon
put in tho window of tho Wall,
Nichols store in placo of the ono
destroyed yostorday and business
goes on as usual in that busy em
porium. It is said that following this
afternoon's shooting match will
bo a privato ono between L. L. La
Piorro and James Armstrong, ton
shots oaoh at 200 yards for a
The Honolulu Scottish Thistle
Club has a snug amount subscrib
ed, with moro expected, as a con
tribution toward a momorial foun
tain to tho memory of Eobort
Louis Stevenson in San Francisco.
Thoo. Hoffmann, manager of
the Electric Ligjit "Works, loaves
on tho Australia today for San
Jose, Cal., his visit being made
necossary by tho'recont fatal acci
dent to his brother.
"W. H. Cornwoll is authority for
, tho statement that tho match raco
' botwoon Billy 0. and Confederate
will surely take placo this after
noon at 4:30, rain or shino.a Quito
a number will go out to view tho
Tho marriage of "W. F. Ordway
to Miss Alico Lewis is announced
to tako placo this ovoning at Ka
waiahao church. Eov. H. H.
Parker will officiate, and a recop
tion will bo hold at tho family
rosidonco at Palama af towards.
E. E. Hendry, manager of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Company, is
confined to his room with a
threatened abscess in tho oar. Ho
has boon troubled with n bad cold
for months which has affected his
Tho Hawaiian Sugar Company
has olootod tho following officers
for tho presont year: H. P. Bald
win, president; G. N. Wilcox, vico
president; W. G. Irwin, treasurer
and W. L. Hopper, secretary.
Tho other directors aro 0. M.
Cooke, J. F. Hackfold and It. Cat
ton. Frank Pachoco, tho popular
tonsorial artist, who recently pur
chased tho Criterion shaving par
lors, has received many flattering
compliments from his friends
Frank is an oxcollont barber and
deserves all tho patronago ho has
and moro too, When you want a
clean shavo go and call on him.
IVmtWt i it.m0mimMrm
Martin, under arrest for being
a common nuisance, will havo his
trial on tho Gth.
A lady's green and gold purse
has boon lost. Soo.advortisement.
Officer Hammer has a fine story
for tho reporters but ho won't givo
Everybody is talking of tho fino
time had at tho -McCorristou luau
last night at Long Branch.
Two vogotablo peddlers and ono
drunk comprise tho arrests of tho
past twenty-four hours up to noon.
Harry Tumor, an apprentice
boy off the Aldorgrove, is posted
as a desortor.
Lono was tried on a charge of
maintaining and conducting a lot
tery in tho District Court this
morning and found guilty. Ho
was fined $200 and costs.
Tho two vegotablo peddlors Ah
Chow and Huue Untr. arrested
yesterday, wero discharged this
morning on motion of tho prose
cution. Tho dinner to bo given to Cap
tain Dodgo by tho members of tho
Sharpshooter's company will take
placo this ovoning at tho Arling
In tho District Court this morn
ing Pahio was brought up on tho
charge of incest. Ho waived ex
amination and was committed to
tho Circuit Court for trial.
Another arrest was made today
in connection with tho landing of
opium from tho Australia. It
was that of tho missing man in
tho caso, who gives tho namo of
In tho civil department of tho
District Court a judgment was ro
cordod yostorday in favor of Syl
vano Nobriga against Ing Ohoy
for $93.22. Tho suit arose over
tho fitting up of a restaurant.
Judgo Perry has appointed P.
O. Jones executor of the will of
tho late Georgo Ahuai undor S900
bond, that being the valuo of tho
estate. Af tor payment or uouts uio
widow gets everything oxcopt ono
share of tho Holualoa Land Co.
and a kuleana in jKona, Hawaii,
which go to a cousin.
Thomas Lindsay, tho well
known jowolor, is about to tako "a
tour of sovoral months for his
health. Previous to doing so he
will sell off everything in his
store. Now is tho timo to got
bargains in clooks, watches and
J. Bore, a desortor off tho Aldor
grove, was found by Officer Ham
mer at noon today, hid away in
tho hold of tho Eosalio. Ho was
covered up with a pile of dunnage
when found by tlio officer and
mate of thoAldorgrovo.
Opium nt Vllu.
Customs officials havo boon no
tified that a quantity of opium was
landed from a schoonor at Wai
alua yesterday, and officors wero
sent thoro today armed with war
rants to searoli suspected houses
and localities. Tho customs peo
ple aro very reticent over the
Elizabeth Burroll CurtiSj a
daughter of Georgo William
Curtis, has taken to making
speeches. Her favorite theme is
"Modern Knights," but notwith
standing this she is still an old
Hawaiian Electric Co.
At the annual mooting of tho abovo Com
pany held this day tho following officers
were duly elocted:
W. Q.Irwin , President
J. A Hopper .Vico-Frcsident
Godfrey Brown '. . , . Treasurer
J. F; Ilaokfeld Auditor
V. M. Qiffard Secretary
Who also constitute the Board of Directors.
W. M, GIFFAItD,
Honolulu, January 31, 1800. 210-lw
PER'S. S. "AUSTEALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Highost of nil in Leavoning Power. LatestJU.S. Gov't Eoport.
AJBSOI.V tEIY IWF
Tho opening of our storo in
the von Holt block on King
street on tho 15th instant win
bo tho ovont of tho year in
business circles. It will bo
more than the opening of a
now store, jt will bo tho begin
ning of an era of nqw methods
of business in Honolulu.
Customers will havo. all tho
advantages and conveniences
to bo found in tho palatial
stores of tho United States,
but at less expense. Our prices
are low, lower than the aver
ago cheap John asks for in
ferior goods. Wo aro reaching
out for trade, and to get it, we
offer articles of premier quality
at prices usually charged for
seconds. You never heard of
that in .Honolulu bo'fore, did
Our store, to you, will
be the realization of a
dream. Tho latest con
ceits in fittings, reproductions
of those in the largo stores in
tho States, aro used in ours.
All the conveniences of a
moddern store will bo found
witn us ana it costs you no
moro to" buy from us than in
older and less beautifully fit
Our stock will comprise
Crockery; Glassware of every
description; Filters; Lamps;
Uutlery; Jf latedwaro; Wooden
ware; Refrigerators; Hardware;-
Stoves and Ranges and a largo
assortment of tho latest no
velties in household utensils.
This stock is as complete ns
monoy and experionco can
make it. It is not a colleqtion
of second class articles, select
ed with a view to catching
yourtrado through tho medium
of low prices, but of first class
goods at low prices.
Tho secret of our ability to
do this is in tho buying. Every
advantage was taken in tho
way of discounts and you got
tho benefit of thorn.
Goods delivered free to all
parts of tho city, including
Waikiki, every day.
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With thoir proper
care is bound up tho question
of perfect permanent ones, and
tho charm that belongs to
handsorao white teeth. Caro
for them constantly, and you
make possible ono of tho chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powdor is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the pormanont teeth como nat
urally and with httlo pain, and
aro kopt sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powdor is
made only by the Hobuon
Dnuo Co. Get it of them.
FEBRUARY 1. 189G.
It Is only a few xt nrs ai;o since the Seattle
Browing and Malting Go.'s "Rainier" Beer
waa first placed on the market, and through
Its excellence toon became a ucueral favorite.
Another brand Olympic" hat lately bepn
added, Htid with "Kalnler" they make a good
pair to draw to. Both aro tho product of tho
Tcry bist materials, and being manufactured
oner the most approved methods, enables the
Seattle llrcwlntr and Malting Co. to offer to
the public a superior article of Bottled Lager
Beer, combining tho most Dalatablo Qualities
-of a refreshing drink with the invigorating
mm wnoieome properties ot tne Dest man
extracts, thus presenting a desirable beverage
alike to InvnlkU and healthy persons.
Numerous chrap goods aro offered to at
tract custom, but their very price brands
them with the stamp of Inferiority. They
must of necessity bo made of doubtful mate
rial and in consequence of Inferior quality,
their consumption may even bo deleterious
The Criterion Saloon sees the advantago of
having a first-class beer on draught: the Kal
nler or Scattlu liecr, as It Is familiarly called,
has had a very large sale since It has been on
tap at the Criterion.
Nothing oxcols tho Hawaiian
Annual for . varied information
roloting to thoso islands; and tho
issue for 1890 now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and should bo in
ovory ofiico and homo in the land.
Its convenience and reliability
as a roforonco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Prico 75 conts per copy, or 85
couts postage paid to any addrosB
THOS. G THRUM,
Publisher, Stationer, otc.
Port street, Honolulu. 192-lm
A GREEN AND GOLD LADY'S TORSE.
Finder will bo rewardod upon returning
to Ordway k Porter, Ilotel street, betweon
Nuuauu and Fort.
Election of Officers.
At tho ndiourned Annnal Mcotinrs nf th
Hawaiian Sngar Company held this day tho
following officers were elected, for the en
II. 1. Baldwin...; President.
G- N. Wilcox Vico-Prosldent.
W. G, Irwin Treasurer.
W . L. Homior Secretary.
Tho abovo, togother with C. M. Cooke, J.
r . uncKiem ana at. uattoa constitute- tno
Board of Directors.
W. L. HOPPER.
Jan. 3i, 1800, Secretary.
FRANK PAOHEOO, Propr.
Fort St. Opp. "Pantheon Stablos.
Clearing Out Sale!
On account ot departure on a health
tour, the antiro stock iu toy- storo on Mor
Must Be Sold
before the end of February.'
Splendid stockof Rings, Brooohcs. Pins.
Etc., Etc. '
Some Gold and Silver watohos aro still to
Variety of Clocks. Get a Niokel Alarm
Gold and Silver Chains
of Newost designs, Charm B,LookeU, Brace
lets, oto. Hawaiian BouTenir Jewelry.
EVERYTHING GOES CHEAP.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every Saturday eroning, for
LACES & EMBKOIDEEIES
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Street, -.-... Honolulu. '
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk Hiaces, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
Wasll Laces. f every description in white, cream
Torchon Laces ! Torchon Laces !!
New patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Laco and Insertions
A LABQE ASS0BTJIENT OF
Emhroidery JEdadllCS an(1 Insertions iu Swiss,
Nansook and 'Hamburg. Embroidery and Laco headings'.
NOW TAKING STOCK
- AT THE
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
nt reduced prices as soon as goods aro ro-marked.
Everything Will Be Reduced.
A MEETING OV THE CREDITORS OF
the Knpu Estate will bd held at the office of
W. O. Smith at 8:30 a. m. on Monday,
Fobrnary 3, 1890. A fall attnndanco of
those intorostod is ronnnslml nn n nmnosl.
tion for a final settlement will bo oiferod.
A YERY FINETEtOROUGIIBRED DUR
ham Ball, five years old.
211-2t JA8. OARTY'S STABLES.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 18 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
, FEANK HTJSTAOB.
Building and Loan ilociafiion
Tho rocular monthly mootitiQ
will bo hold at tho Chauibor of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN
ING, Fobrnary 3, 1896, nt 7:30
3SE"Payraonts aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
Under instructions from MR. O. KLEM
ME 1 will soli fit rublio Anetiou at my
salesroom, Queen Street,
On Monday, Feb. 3, 1896,
At 12 o'clock ,noor,
his Desirable Residence on tho corner of
Wilder Avcnno and Kowalo street.
Size of lot 100x150 feet.
The grounds aro nicely planted and aro
at an elevation that insures perfect drain
The Buildings comprise an Elegant Mid
Containing Large Parlor, Four Bedrooms
Dining Room, 1'antry and Kitchen.
Also Btablfs, 'Carriage IIouw, Servants
Quarters, Eto., Eto.
Tcnnsi Ono half cosh, balance on mort.
gaga at 7 per cont.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. 3 Morgan,
ims or ran,
am fout sTjtrcT
Heads the IList
Following is the correct
number of races won by the
different wheels on the 25fch of
January at tho meeting of the
Hawaiian Athletic Associa
Tribune - 3 firsts-3 seconds
Columbia 2 " i "
Stearns - - 1 "1 "
Rambler - 1 " 9
Tho abovo is compiled from
trvw i ty rvw n in
DDM'I HEgmpE nOraiT ;; - f f
About the belt place to buy
tM tB MMt .HI ' J"
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
I C, 1
. i 1. 1 j .1. i.:.
.ti..iJiiZ :H. tturf'fci.-lj.Hl'&'k-' 'jJLa.-.j. tiit J- -