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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5. 189G.
llov. S. II. Duvis o Hawaii is
in tho city.
Company G had drill and busi
ness mooting Inst night.
Tho leap-year girl should loam
to pay tho, bills hko a littlo man.
Tho February number o tho
Pnradiso o tho Pacific is on sale.
At Mystic Lodgo, K. o P., this
evening tho rank o esquire "will
bo con For red.
Tho ltoynl Arch Chapter o
Masons will havo a special moot
Tho band will play at tho Gov
ernment building at 4:30 this
Tho Loilani Boat club will moot
this ovoning at tho Hawaiian ho
tel at 7:30.
Evory artistic oyo will bo ar
rested by tho ndvortisomont o tho
Pacific Hardware Company.
Tho "V. G. Hall brought down
a couple o boys who have been
committed to tho Eoform School.
Owing to now orders rccoived
tho departure o tho U. S. S. Bos
ton is being hurried. Sho will
probably got away on Thursday.
About thirty members o tho
Choral Socioty had practice last
ovoning at tho Y. M. 0. A. build
ing. Mrs. Alexander read a papor on
"Armouia" boforo tho mooting of
the Woman's Uohrtl ot iuissioiib
at Contral Union church yester
day. Tho human bones recently found
on Port street havo been claimed
by a Ghiuoso who loft on tho Cop
tic yesterday and took them with
Col. C. P. Iaukea and Captain
Broome, who havo beon in attend
ance on tho President during his
recent trip to Hawaii, returned
Two Chinoso sailors on tho Ve
locity havo beon arrested for
smuggling opium. Two tins woro
found on each of them by Cus
Do Witt Cunningham, a colored
youth of Massillon, Ohio, has won
a wagor by eating a pio in twenty
seconds. Ho is preparod to eat
pio against all comers.
The statomont in tho morning
Bapor that ton men of Company
! had avoragod 48 8-10ths in
Jractico last month was an error,
t Bhould havo been 43 8-10ths.
Fourth of July, Memorial day
and Washington's Birthday all
como on Saturday this yonr. Labor
day falls on Monday and Thanks
giving on Novombor 2G.
W. C. Parke will represent tho
Borotania Tennis Club in tho Ha
waiian Tennis Association. Dr.
Murray and E. J. Whitney havo
boon elected to membership in tho
Thoro is nothing in tho Chron
icle's roport that tho Boston would
relievo tho Bonniugton hero. Naval
officers hero are advised that tho
destination of the Adams is not
Attorneys who havo business in
the Circuit Court speak very high
ly of Judge Carter's abilities and
are moro than pleased with tho
manner in which ho conducts tho
business of his,Court.
In tho District Court this morn
ing u nativo named Kanaana
pleaded guilty to tho lnrcony of a
tin of butter valued at $12.50 from
the Intor-island Company and
was sentenced to six months at
hard labor Judgo do la Vergno.
Tho quarterly mooting of tho
Strangers' Friend Society will bo
hold at tho parlors of tho Y. M.
0. A. tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock. All mombors are re
quested to attend, as business of
.importance will bo transacted.
Carter & Co., painters and de
corators, havo a card in this iBsuo.
Mr. Cartor's work in his lino is
too well known to need any com
ment. Mr. Cartor finished, just
previous to his doparluro for tho
Coast, tho ropaiuting of tho Exe
cutive building, ono of tho largest
undertakings of tho kind in tho
islands for some years past.
Father Conrardy has filed an
application with tho Board of
Health to bo allowed to return to
Molokai as a nurso for sick lopors.
Ho sayB thore are cloven whito
norsonB to caro for tho 230 in
mates of tho two homos, but no
ono to look after tho other 850 who
aro scattered about in the littlo
kuloauas. Ho offers to go at his
See Hart & Co's card for curios.
This is Ladios' day at tho Paci
fic Tennis Courts.
Iligtiost of all in Leavoning Powr. LatestJU.S. Gov't lloport.
Compnny D will have a businosB
mooting at their hoadquartors this
Health Inspector G. W. King
has tendered his resignation to
tho Board of Health.
Tho bark S0. Allen was tele
phoned off Koko Head at 1:20
Marshal Brown is still in a
Borious condition, tho roport being
that ho is no bottor.
Much local matter of interest
will bo found on tho inside pages
of this issuo, as usual.
' Tho Board of Hoalth is in ses
sion this afternoon, and will dis
poso of two weeks' accumulation
J. F. Eckardtj purvoyor of tho
Queen's Hosmtal, will shortly
tako a trip to tho Coast. Nobody
bottor deservos a vacation.
Captain Graham of tho ship W.
F. Babcock, is accompanied by his
wife, and hislittlo three-year-old
daughter Gladys on tho presont
Two sailors, supposed to bo
dosortors from tho ship W. F.
Babcock woro arrested by tho
polico on board an island schoon
er this morning.
Thoro will bo a business moot
ing of tho Young Hawaiians' In
stitute on Thursday ovoning.
Singing is practiced twico a weok
now by about a dozon of tho boys,
under tho loadorship of J. W. Mc
Guiro. Thoy are picking up as
many old nativo airs as thoy can
got hold of.
LATEST VIIOU HAWAII.
rrocpcillns" nt the Circuit Court
Chiof Justice Judd has written
tho decision of tho Supremo Court,
which ho delivered orally a few
days ago, donying tho application
of Glaus Sprockels for a writ of
mandamus against Alfred W.
Cartor, First Judgo of tho First
Circuit. Tho syllabus is as fol
lows: "Tho petitioner obtained an in
junction in a foroign court against
a foroign corporation doing busi
ness in these islands, enjoining it
f romtaking anyf ur thor proceedings
in a suit by tho corporation against
tho petitioner, and moved that tho
caso bo suspended and continued
until called up by either party.
Tho Circuit Judgo, respondent,
refused to entertain tho motion
for tho reason that tho corporation
and its attorneys woro enjoined
on petitioner's motion from ap
pearing to contest tho motion and
it would bo improper to hear it ox
parte. Hold: no orror. Tho Cir
cuit Judgo declined to reduce tho
order refusing to ontortain tho
motion to writing and sign
tho samo. Hold: no orror.
"Tho refusal to ontortain tho
motion is not appealable. It was
discrotionary with tho Circuit
Judgo to rofuso or allow tho con
tinuance. "It appoaring that tho discre
tion of the Circuit Judgo was ex
orcised, tho signing of tho order is
not compellable by mandamus."
Kinney for petitioner; Thurston
Judgo Porry lias confirmed the
salo of lands made by Henry
Smith, as commissioner of the
Circuit Court, in tho caBoof Wong
Wa Foy ot al. vs. Ivaili Kakoi et
Tho Hawaiian jury in tho case
of rape against David Elia re
turned a verdict of guilty with
throe jurors dissenting. Sentence
will bo delivered on Saturday.
In the case of Eopano, whose
sontonco for housebreaking was
suspended at the Novombor term,
tho Republic moved that sontonco
be now passed. Granted, sen
tence to bo paBsod tomorrow.
Tho cases of Eko alias Mikale
mi, housebreaking, and Ah Loy,
burglary, woro moved on the
calondar this morning by tho At
It. W. DoyiB was put on trial
for opium in possession boforo
Judgo Carter, tho following jury
being sworn in to try tho cobo:
It. H. Baker, "D. Karaakauahoa,
H. E. Cook, H. Kolomoku, Robt.
Kamaka, H. Kamana, Peter
Souza, J. Paaniani, A. Morris, G.
W. Macy, John A. Taylor and S.
P. Nohea. Attorney-General W.
0. Smith and Doputy E. P. Dole
for the Bopublio; Magoon and
Humphreys for dofendant. Still
natter of Church ami State Indus
trial and Society.
(From tl.o Illlo Tribune Feb. 1.)
Tho infant child of Enoch
Brown died Thursday.
Seven deaths in and about Hilo
during last weok is the highest
mortality rate for years. -
Inspector - General Townsond
has boon examining tho schools as
far as Hakalau during tho past
An organ to cost in tho neigh
borhood of $2000 is to bo procured
for tho First Foreign Church of
Shoriff E. G. Hitchcock is sadly
undor tho weather. This wook has
been spent by him at his brother's
plnco in Olaa and at tho Volcano.
Tho establishment of an Angli
can church in Hilo is said to bo a
thing of tho iinmodiato future.
Olaa will probably bo looked after
Thoro havo boon sovcral pugi
listic contests during tho past two
weeks. ProfcsBors of tho manly
art of Holt-dofenso liko Corbott
and Fitzsimmons would not bb
Tho beautiful lawn of the Hilo
Court IIouso was seriously dam
aged by tho attendance of people
at tho Hawaiian Band concerts.
Tho grass is withered in many
Fathor Bonavonturo will soon
start another crusade for tho pur
pose of raising funds to build a
Becond church m Olaa. This will
bo probably located at tho 22 or
23 milo section.
Kohala mills aro all grinding.
A largo Biigar output is expected
and Kohalaites are jubilant over
Wiseacres say tho band made
this tour to soften down our Sen
ator and Representatives so that
next month thoy will grantthat
institution a largo appropriation.
Tho work of surveying Hilo bay
around Waiakoa is being prose
cuted and tho findings and Bound
ings will bo duly reported to the
Legislature which meets this
Coffco companies aro not con
fined to Olaa alone. Hilo has a
now ono called tho Punahawai
Coffeo Company. Mr. G. K.
Wildor is tho manager of tho cou
corn. Tho trustees of tho First For
eign Church havo undor advis
ability tho building of a much
larger house of worship. Tho pre
sent odifico at tho corner of
Church and Jail streets is consid
ered too small for tho growing
Quito an impromptu ball was
given on tho 23d inst., at Sprock
ols' Hall. Music was furnished
by Prof. Borgor's boys and prov
ed so enticing that dancing was
kept up until tho "weosma' hours."
Emilo Wory will as soon as tho
Mission contest is deemed, it m
his favor, build n largo two-story
business block in tho spaco in
cluded from Wo Loo's laundry to
upper end of Susamago's old pho
A inovomont is on foot to havo
tho coming Legislature chango
the location of tho July Torm from
Honokaa to Hilo. It is claimed
Honokaa is an out-of-tho-way
place whore steamer transporta
tion and necessary accommoda
tions aro wanting.
Tho Band bank that accumulated
at tho wharf has during tho past
two wookB drifted away, loaviug
tho wharf approachable with
boats. Lighters loaded with freight
from tho Annio Johnson havo
also boon able to discharge at tho
wharf this paBt wook.
Hon. B. C. Aborcrombio, of
Groonfiold, Mass., is now in Hilo.
Ho camo down on a visit to his
son, Mr. R. C. Aborcrombio, a
coffeo planter of Olaa. Ho is woll
ploasocl with our country and ex
presses himself as firmly in the
belief that Hilo and Hawaii havo
groat possibilities in tho near
future Mr. Aborcrombio is presi
dent of the Groonfiold Savings
Bank, an institution having over
$2,000,000 paid up capital stock.
LACES & EMBKOIDEMES
Tho opening of our store 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
moro than the opening of a
new store, it will be tho begin
ning of an era of new 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
nro low, lower than tho aver
age cheap John asks for in
ferior goods. Wo are reaching
out for trade, and to got it, wo
offer articles of premier quality
at prices usually charged for
seconds. You never heard of
that in Honolulu before, did
Our store, to you, will
be tho realization of a
dream. The latest con
ceits in fittings, reproductions
of those in the largo stores in
the States, aro used in ours.
All tho conveniences of a
moddorn storo will bo found
with 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 overy
description; Filters; Lamps;
Cutlery; Platedware; Wooden-
ware; Kotngerators; Hard
ware; Agateware; Tinware;
Stoves and Ranges and a largo
assortment of the latest no
velties in household utensils.
This stock is as completo as
money and experience can
make it. It is not a collection
of second class articles, select
ed with a viow to catching
yourtrado through tho medium
ot low prices, but ot hrst 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 benefit of them.
Goods delivered free to all
parts of tho city, including
Waikiki, evory day.
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot, .--.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk ILaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"Wash. Laces of vcry description
Torclion Xjaoes ! Torchon Laces I!
New patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace and Insertions
A LAltGE ASSOItTMENT OF
Em'bPOid.eT'y' JLCcLQ'incrS mid Insertions in Swiss,
Nnnsook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Laco headings.
Heads the List
is tho correct
races won bv tho
different wheels on tho 25th of
January at the meeting of tho
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
o tennis - -
2 l "
The above is
and Calcimining a Specialty.
Taints Mixed to Ordor whilo you wait.
Pots and Brushes Loaned Free,
McBrayor's whiskoy is sold at
tho Empiro nnd Jamoa OldB, Jr.,
makes the finest coclctnils out of it
that woro over built in Honolulu.
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 whito teeth. Caro
for them constantly, and you
make possiblo ono of tho chief
charms in men and womon.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its use
the permanont teeth como nat
urally and with littlo pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by tho Hoiiuon
Dnua Co. Get it of them.
210-tf Bcrctanla nud Fort StrcclB.
Mystic Lodge Wo. 2,
Knights of Pythias.
AT THE RCQULATl CONVENTION
of MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2. K. of P., to bo
hold nt thoir CaBtlo Hall THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, at 7.30 tho rank of Esquire will
All Knights qualifiod nro cordially invitod
Tor ordor of the O. 0.
A. E. MURPHY.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
'SLJX $&' '
ess vaawwwu ,., jm
DON'T HjtoTE MOMENT
About tho best ulnce to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
210 Headquarters for Island Curios.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ae., between lierntnnla aud School
BOARD AND ROOM !
Per Day, $125
Per Week 7.50
Take an Outing
Trains will leuvo at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. it., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d CUm
Pearl City $ 75 $ 60
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
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