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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 3, 1S8G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Baud concert at Emma Bquaro
Julion D. Hayno is oxpectod to
make a quick trip, rooming by
Tho rogular monthly meeting
of tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association takes place this even
ing. S. Shimizu, formorly Elovo
Consul of Japan at this port, has
boon givon tho Consulate at Hong
kong. Louis Marks came down to his
office this morning with expansive
smiles all over his countenance.
"It is a girl," said he, "and all is
"Wirth's circus played to a pack
ed tout at Lihuo and will go thonco
to SVaimoa. Manager J. J. Came
ron will return on Thursday to
arrango about tho G. A. It. ben ofit.
Tickets for tho G. A. R. bonofit
are for sain at tho stores of tho
Hawaiian News Co., "Wall.Nichols
Co., Pacific Hardware Co. and
Hobron Drug Co.
As soon as tho dobt on Kawai-
ahao church is paid off, it is ro-
portod that some charitably
disposed people aro to do somo-
thing for Kaumakapili cluirch.
' "tfmv innttini! has been laid in
tho second courtroom of tho Judi
ciary building, and there is much
need for tho Bamo in tho Clerk's
office and corridors.
Tho "Woman's Exchango lun
cheon parlors deserve moro
patronago than they recoivo. Tho
menu is oxcellont and the place is
as clean and cozy as it can bo
On Saturday afternoon a littlo
cbild, throo or four years old, nar
rowly escaped being run over
near Tracy's storo. It was res
cuod by bystanders and was moro
frightened than hurt.
(The half milo and repeat match
rflco between Billy 0. and Con
federate for a purse of 200 took
place on Saturday afternoon, tho
formor winning in two straight
heats in 51$ and C1J seconds.
Tho Romond Grove excursion
will bo well patronized this even
ing. Trains will run direct to tho
dancing platform which is per
fectly waterproof. Trains leave
tho depot at 7 p. m.
The Central Meat market has
just imported an elegant Chicago
Modol refrigerator. It hns largo
doors of plato glass, so that the
meat is displayed to patrons with
out oxposiug it. It has a capacity
of four tons.
A very pleasant party was given
at Mr.Roid's placo,Saratoga, Vai
kiki, Saturday evening, in honor
of his littlo daughtors birthday.
A number of Mr. Roid's friends
ivoro presont and spent a vory on
JaB. L. Holt, orjJimmio as ho is
callod by his friends, is now a
full-iledgod business agent, ac
countant and collector, with his
oflico at No. 11 Kaahumanu streot.
Ho guarantees prompt attention
to all business matters entrusted
to his caro. His telephone num
ber is G39.
Moro than 1000 bunches of ba
nanas wore loft on tho wharf when
tho Australia loft on Saturday.
This camo from shippers exceed
ing tho limit givon them by Fred
Whitney. One firm was limited
to 500 bunches and put 1100 on
tho wharf. Tho extra GOO is still
Everybody ought to go out to
Romond Grovo this ovoning to tho
moonlight excursion and dancing
party. TrainB will leave tho O.
R. & L. station promptly at seven
o'clock, returning about midnight.
James Chapman officiates as
caterer, which ensures an elabor
ate and palatable luncheon.
Tho demand for Friday's issuo
of the Bulletin was so great that
up to noon on Saturday, orders
for over one hundred and fifty
copies were filed which wo wore
unable to fill. Hereafter tho Bul
letin will issuo a Btoamor edition
for each steamship bound for
America, containing information
and articles of moro than usual
value to your friends abroad.
Tho 'Woman's Board of Missions
-will hold their regular monthly
meeting tomorrow (Tuesday,) at
tho Central Union Church at 2:30
p. m. Paper by Mrs. "Wm. Alex
ander. Thomo, "Armenia." Ladies
from abroad will find this an ox
collont time and place to learn of
mission work carried on in Honolulu.
Local matter of interest will bo
found on pages 2, 3, G and 7.
Yuen Lee doalB in cigars and
Mombors of tho Hooulu Lahui
Society will aoo -a mooting notico
olsowheto. " ,
S. K. Kane, tho attorney, is con-"
lined to hiB Iioubo with a sovoro
attack of asthma.
Jas. F. Morgan has an import
ant notico to all wanting oithor to
buy or to soil real estate.
L. D. Timmons of tho Star has
been appointed to take caro of a
rain gauge in tho heart of tho city
for the Aveathcr Bureau.
Medoiros & Decker, merchant
tailors, have something to say
about suitings and pants in this
Refrigorated poultry and fresh
salmon are now kept constantly
on hand by tho Metropolitan
A mongooso ran out of tho Ar
lington Hotel yard and started to
run across tho streot. It was soon
by a dog and chasod, when it
changed its purpose and retreated
back through the gate. The mon
goose is getting as common as tho
monkey in town.
Saturday's shoot between Com
pany B and tho Bocond team of
the Sharpshooters resulted in a
victory tor tno lormor oy a score
of -109 to 405. Corporal Park
mado a 45 and Thomas King 44.
A roturn match has boen arranged
for February 22d.
A largo number of tho Boston's
crow wore givon libortyon Satur
day night and this morning thirty
ono of thorn failed to report for
duty. Captain "Wildes offered 810
reward for eight of tho number, 2
firemen, 3 bandsmen and 3 ma
rines, and up to 1 o'clock tho po
lice had found five of them.
IiMlfiK WEDDING 1MKTY.
To Celebrate tlm Mnrrlnua or XV. T.
Ordwny nnd MI Alice I.ewlu.
On Saturday ovoning William
F. Ordway and Miss Alice Lewis
were married at tho groom's fam
ily homo, Kapalama. The coro
mony itself was witnessed by rela
tives and intimate personal frionda
of tho contracting parties. Rev.
H. H. Parker officiated.
Later an assembly of guests
numbering more than a hundred
participated in an olaborato feast
combining both tho foreign and
nativo modes. Both kinds of
viands woro of the most relishablo,
and heavy as tho tax was on tho
supply it did not oxhaustit. Music
and dancing afforded diversion
until a late hour, and oven tho last
departing guests showed no sign
of being wearied.
Decorations of the rooms woro
in good taste, ovorgreens and
bouquets being effectively arrang
ed. Screens against tho damp
breezes on tho verandas woro
mado up of Hawaiian and Amer
ican flags. Sovoral young friends
of tho nappy couple assisted at
tho bridal reception in the parlor.
Besidos pooplo of Honolulu thoro
wore some visitors from the Coast
among tho largo company, who
greatly enjoyed tho Hawaiian
features of tho feasting and merry
making. THE OIItOUIT COURT.
The February Term Coiumniicctl Till
Judge A. W. Carter presided at
tho opening of tho February term
of the Circuit Court this morning,
Judgo Porry occupying a seat on
the bonoh with him. Tho govern
ment was represented by the Attorney-General,
who mado a form
al announcement of tho appoint
ment of E. P. Dole as his deputy.
Other attornoysprosontwore Gen
eral Hartwell, Cooil Brown, L. A,
Thurston, "W. As Kinney, A. G.
M. Robertson, W. R. Castle, Paul
Neumann, Ohas. Creighton, "W. S,
Edings, A. M. Ballou, A. S. Hum
phreys, L. A. Dickeys Geo, do la
Vergno, J. A, Magoon, E. John
son, J. K. Kaulia, d.L. Kaulukou,
Antono Rosa, J. K. Kahoonano,
J. M,Kanoakua and "W. H. "Wright.
Judgo Carter at onco proceeded
with the calling of tho calendar
and tho following disposition
of cases was made during the
Republic of Hawaii vs. G. S.
Houghtailing, J. "W. Gibbs and.
Murphy. Perjury in second do
greo. Nolle pros, entered and
Republic of Hawaii vs. J. L.
StovonB. Liquor soiling without
a license. Tho Attorney-General
Highest of it 7 in Lcavoning Power. LatestJU.S. Gov't Report.
On Friday and Saturday, Fob.
28th and 29th, at 12 o'clock noon
each day, at my salesrooms on
Qucon street, I will hold Bales of
Real Estate, comprising lands in
Honolulu nnd throughout tho Isl
ands. Parties desiring to dispose of
Roal Estate at these sales will pass
in their lists as early as possible.
Jas. F. Morgan,
stated that Judgo Carter having
prosecuted and Judge Perry tried
tho caso in tho lowor court both
woro disqualified, and a jury
having onco disagreed, tho gov
ernment would outer a nolle pros,
rather than go to tho expense of
taking tho caso to another isl
and. Republic of Hawaii vs. Sam
Pedro and Palokai. Assnult and
battery. Nolle pros, entered.
Ranublio of Hnwnii vs. Nnkni.
Threo charges of maintaining a
111 Til J1l- 1 1 !..
luuory. a i en ol guiuy uiuoreu m
each for mitigation of sentence.
A nollo pros, was outerod in the
enso of Mrs. L. Paalnhi, charged
with tho same offense. This
woman has ten children to sup
port and her husband is out of
work. She had no money to pay
Republic of Hawaii vs. Manini
Bonato and Kumauna. Appeal
from "Waialua on a conviction of
larcony of a bull. Nollo pros, en
terod. Ronublic of Hmvim vs. Dnvid
Elia. Indictment for rnpo pre
sented by Attornoy-Gonoral and
plea of not guilty ontorod. Caso
sot for trial nt 1:30 p.m.
Republic of Hawaii vs. "William
Hookano. Appeal from convic
tion for assault and battery. Pk
or guilty onterca lor mitigation of
Republic of Hawaii vs. Niau
Mitchell. Appeal from conviction
for vagrancy. Both judges being
disqualified, a nollo pros, was en
tered. Tho sarao entry was mado
in tho caso of Kaluna and two
others, convicted in tho District
Court of maintaining a lottery.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah
Kwai. Unlawful possession of
opium. Plea of guilty for mitiga
tion of sentence.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Foster.
Larcony. Nollo pros, ontered.
Republic of Hawaii vs. J. K.
Sheridan and Frank Underwood.
Conspiracy. Indictment ready
Ropublic of Hawaii vs. Jim
Loy. Burglary. Indictment roady.
A. S. Humphreys appointed by
tho Court as nttornoy for tho do
fonse. Ropublio of Hawaii vs. Loo Moy.
Maintaining a lottery. Plea of
guilty for mitigation of sontenco.
Ropublic of Hawaii vs. Young
Hoe. Bribery. Sot for trial on
Monday before Judgo Porry.
A member of civil suits in
which Judgo Carter has acted as
attorney woro assigned to Judge
Porry for trial.
and of the Finest
At the aanie Low Rates ns usual.
A Big Lino of New Goods just recoiled per
DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
MEUKIItOS A, MJECKEK,
Arlington Block, : i : : Hotel street.
228 Qunen Street,
Cigars and Tobacco,
LA CONSTANCIA CIGARS
And Other Fiuo Brands, Wholosnlo and
Iletall. 217 tf
Tho opening of our storo in
the von Holt block on King
street on tho 15th instant will
bo tho event of tho year in
business circles. It will bo
more than the opening of a
new storo, it will bo the begin
ning of an era of now methods
of business in Honolulu.
Customers will havo all tho
advantages and conveniences
to be found in tho palatial
stores of tho United States,
but at less expense. Our prices
aro low, lower than the aver
age cheap John asks for in
ferior goods. Wo aro reaching
out for trade, and to get it, wo
offer articles of premier quality
at prices usually charged for
seconds. You never heard of
that in Honolulu bofore, did
Our store, to you, will
bo the realization of a
dream. Tho latest con
ceits in fittings, ' reproductions
of those in the largo stores in
the Stntes, are used jn ours.
All the conveniences of a
moddern storo will bo found
with us and it costs you no
moro to buy from us than in
older and less beautifully fit
Uur stocu wm comprise
Crockery; Glassware of every
description; Filters; Lamps;
Cutlery; Platcdware; Wooden
wnro; Refrigerators; Hard
ware; Agatowaro; Tinware;
Stoves and Ranges and a largo
assortment of the latest no
velties in household utensils.
This stock is as complete as
monoy and experience can
make it. It is not a collection
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
advantago was taken in tho
way of discounts and you get
tho benofit of them.
Goods delivered freo to all
parts of tho city, including
Waikiki, every day.
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up tho question
of perfect permanent ones, and
tho charm that belongs to
handsome white teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
inako possible one of the chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender gums
irritated IUet delicious- flavor
wins them, Through its use
the permanent teotlr come nat
urally and with littlflpairiy and
aro kept sound and' ueaUtiful
Aloha Tooth' Powder1' is
made only by "the Hob'uM''
Dnuo Co. Get it of them.
LACES & EMBEODBEIES
N. S. SACHS,
620, Fort Street. .
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk LaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"W'asll LaceS f ovcry description in white, cream
Torchon X-iaoes I Torchon Laces !!
!Now patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace arid Insertions
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
DEmlDPOlclery JbCd-QUnaS "d Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Lace headings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
' AT TUE
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
at reduced prices as soon
Everything Will Be Reduced.
Building and Loan ilociation
The rogular monthly mooting
will bo hold at tho Chambor of
Commorco on MONDAY EVEN
ING. February 3, 1890, at 7:30
5E3E"Paymonts are required in
A. V. GEAR,
Eleotion of Officers.
At tho adjourned Animal Meeting of the
Hawaiian Sugar Company hold this day tho
following ofOcors woro elected for tho en
H. V. Baldwin President.
G' N. Wilcox Vico-Presldent.
W. Q. Irwin Troasuror.
W. L. Hoppor Secretary.
Tho above, togothor with C. M. Cooko, 3.
V. Tiaokfcld and It. Catton constitnto tho
Board of Directors.
W. L. HOPPER,
Jan. 31, 1890. Seorotary.
Hawaiian Eleoxric Co.
At the annual mooUuc of tho above Com
pany held this day tho following officers
W. Q. Irwin Prosidont
J. A Hopper .Vice-President
Godfrey Brown Treasurer
J. F. Haokfold Auditor
W. M. Giffard Secretary
Who also constitute tho Board of Directors.
W. M, GIFFAItD,
Honolulu, January 31, 1800. 210-lw
All Members of tho Hooulu Lohui Society
and tho Board of Lady Managers of tho Kn
piolani Maternity Homo aro requested to
attend Wednesday Afternoon, at 2 o'olook,
at the Maternity Homo.
MIlS. EUGENIA REIS,
217 2t Secretary Hooulu Lahui.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefoopolita fljeaii (Jo.
J am.es L. Holt.,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
Opvick: No. U Kiiulu'mnnu Street. Tolo
i phono No. 030. 1 rompt attention
I guaranteed. 217- tf
as goods are re-marked.
m& or t
810 l'OUT STKEET
Heads the List
Following is the correct
cumber of races won by tho
different wheels on tho 25th of
January at tho meeting of the
Hawaiian Athletic Associa
tion: Tribune - 3 firsts-3 seconds
Columbia 2 " l
Stearns - - 1 " " i
Rambler - 1 "2 '
Tho above is compiled from
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