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EVENING 1UJLLETTN, FEURUAKY
IiOCAL AND GENERAL.
TliiH is tho
0 tho Evr.NiNa Bulletin.
Mnil ft copy oit by tho Mono
wni. It contains nil tho nows sinco
tho Bailing of tho Australia.
"Valentines nro already display
ed in storo windows.
Tho Y.M. O.A. directors did
not moot Inst night, thoro boing
uo quorum prosont.
St. Vnloiitino's day nnd tho Chi
noBO Now Year both como to
gether thiB year.
A big lot of tourists aro expect
ed by tho Mariposa next Thurs-
Tho Pncifio Tennis Olub held a
business mooting yesterday after
noon. L. V. Rodpath has loft tho em
ploy of tho Hawaiian Gazette
Senator AV. H. llico has pre
sented little Muriol "Wirth with a
three-year horso for "her very
President Dole has issued a pro
clamation calling tho Legislature
together on "Wednesday, Pobruary
Alterations hnvo been mado in
tho disponsary of tho Queen's
Hospital to securo greater con
venience. Thoro was a fair nttondanco at
tho Thomas square band concert
last night hi spite of tho showery
Mrs. Ernest Lovorson, who
writes so amusingly in Punch, is A
vory pretty woman, quite young
nncl always beautifully dressed.
Tho opening of "W7W. Dimond's
now store on King street has boon
postponed until tho 17th, next
Tho Star is always tolling peo
ple in its shipping columns nbout
a "stenm wench. It would bo
interesting to know what kind of
n girl sho is.
A number of tho old guns
captured from "Wilcox & Co last
f January aro boing sold to Ohinoso
for bird shooting. Thoy aro ab
solutely worthless as rifles.
Japanese Consul-Goneral Shi
mamurn loft for Hawaii today to
personally examine into tho con
dition of Japauoso contract lab
orers on tho plnntationB.
Tho Young Hawaiians Institute
has arranged for a series of lec
tures on subjects of interest to
Hawaiians, to tako place on tho
third Thursday of each month.
Tho regulnr monthly meeting
of tho board of supervisors of tho
Freo'Kindorgarton and Children's
Aid Association was hold in
Queou Emma hall at 11 a. m. to
day. Claronco Mncfarluno has ro
coived a iot of Barnes and Union
bicycloB, which ho will soil nt a
bargain. Thoy aro vory high
grado machines and have giyon
ominont satisfaction in Ataerica.
Ono of tho righest heiresses in
tho world is Lady Mary Hamilton
Douglas, tho 11-year-old daughter
of tho late Duke of Hamilton,
whoso incomo is about X200,
,000 by tho thrio sho is of age.
Joseph Chamberlain, tho British
Colonial Secretary, has just re
ceived a complimentary name from
three Bechuana chiefs, who have
boon visiting England. Ho is
called Moatlhodi, which means
"Ho who put things right."
"Work is boing rushed on tho
rebuilding of Punchbowl street.
Operations in excavating, motaling
and steam rolling were going on
simultaneously yesterday, com-
Sletoly covering tho section from
ing to Borotania street.
Daughters of Bobekah of Paci
fic Degree Lodge, I. O. O. F., are
rehearsing for an entertainment to
bo given ut Independence park in
tho near future. It iB intended
to havo Miss Annis Montague
(Mrs. Tumor) sing on tho occa
sion. A Chinaman wont into a grocery
shop the other day and asked tho
clerk if ho would give tho rotton
apples to him. "When asked what
ho wanted thorn for, ho replied,
"Me ukoo make pie, mo workeo
-Nineteen members of tho Y. M.
0. A. orchestra turned out for
practice last night. Suppe's Over
ture, "Morning, Noon and Night,"
was practiced tor tho first time, a
much highor class of composition
than any before attempted.
Marshal Brown is roportod as
boing much hotter today.
Tho Kinnu was oight milos oiT.
nt 2 p. in.
Tim TTnttrnililll llllllll will lllnv nt
tho hotel tonight. I
Mrs. J. Monsarrnt nnd boh loft
on tho Hnll this morning.
A. FornnndoB nnd "W. A. Kinnoy
woro ntnong tho Hall's pnssongcrsi
Rev. L. Byrdo of Eohala will
return to Hawaii by tho first
Revs. S. H. Davis and "W.IIors
fall loft for Hawaii by tho Hall
Business is picking up a little
in tho District Court Thoro woro
oightoon cases on this morning's
A sailor was arrostod on tho
watorfront at noon and is hold at
tho Station Houso for investiga
tion. If tho Monowni could hnvo
boon on time, letters by hor would
hnvo reached San Francisco in
timo to bo nnswered by tho Aus
tralia leaving on Saturday week.
Copies of tho steamer edition of
tho Evening Bulletin can bo ob
tained nt the business oflico, GOO
King stroot, nt any timo, ready
wrapped for mailing.
Invitations aro out for tho mar
riage of Miss Mario Isabolla Tra
vens to Joso R. Santos. Tho
ceremony will tako placo tomor
row evening at tho residonco of
tho brido's mother, on tho corner
of Kinau and Punchbowl streets.
Threo dosortors from tho Bos
ton aro still at largo, and as notice
of tho withdrawal of tho reward
for their capture was givon by
Captain "Wildes before his depar
ture thoy will probably not bo
looked nf tor any more.
Owing to tho breaking of a
board on which fivo Portuguese
woro omployed in whitewashing
tho kitchen of tho Hawaiian hotel
about 8 o'clock last night, Manuel
de Mollo was thrown to tho floor
and received serious injuries. Ho
was takon to tho hospital and at 2
p. m. was in a serious nnd uncon
At tho annual meeting of tho
stockholders of tho firm of O.
Brewer & Co., hold yesterday, tho
following officers wore elected to
servo for tho prosont year: P. 0.
Jones, president; G. II. Robert
son, manager; E. F. Bishop, trea
surer and secretary; W. F. Allen,
auditor, and O. M. Cooko, H.
"Watorhouso and G. R. Cartor,
thi: Disrmcr codiit.
The Conspiracy Trial of Jen Sao
Tho case against Jon Sao oharg
od with conspiracy by attempting
to dof rnud tho Hawniian Govern
ment in offering to furnish in
formation concerning opium smug
gling was concluded lolo yester
day afternoon, and this morning
the Court found tho defendant
guilty and sentenced him to
oightoon months hard labor. An
appeal will bo takon to tho Circuit
In tho enso of Lara Ah Seo, also
convicted of tho samo offonso,
sentenced was suspended until
moved on by tho prosooution.
Yau Hoon, who nttomptod to
smuggle opium through tho Cus
tom House yesterday in tho soles
of shoos and in snusogos, pleaded
guilty this morning nnd was
promptly sontonced to thirty days
on tho roof, a fine of $500 and
Tho caso of Maria Barato, ac
cused of deserting hor husband,
was put off till moved on by either
Elisa Clanssens nnd Albert
Edsman, accused of adultery, will
bo tried on Monday.
Tho balance of tho morning
session was taken up with tho
oho fa caso against Ko Chun,
which is still on.
Died nt the lloepltnl.
Jack Dunsford, who was thrown
from a horso yostorday, died at
tho Queen's Hospital shortly after
noon today. British Vico-Consul
"Walker has boon communicated
with and is making arrangements
for tho funeral, tho hour or which
has not yet boon decided.
Mrs. Elizabeth Andorson,widow
of Genoral Anderson of fort Sum
tor fame, has tho flag which her
husband planted over that fortifi
cation locked in a fireproof vault
in hor house in "Washington. She
oxpoots eventually to present it to
Ilighost of nil in Leavening Power LnteHtJU.S. Gov't Rojiort.
IN TIIK CIIICUIT COURT.
lrosrrei of Jury Trlnln Another
R. "W. Davis was acquitted of
opium in possession by tho Ha
Holualoa, Paniani and Kealohn
were on trial yesterday for main
taining a lottery. Kaulukou do
A motion for n now trial has
boon nindo on behalf of David
Elia, convicted of rapo.
Judgo Perry Iiob rendered an
oral decision in tho case of Ru
dolph Spreckols vs. "W. M. Gif
fard, granting tho motion of plain
tiff for a commission to tako tes
timony in California. Tho con
troversy is ovor 2500 sharoB of
Paauhau Plantation stock, pledg
ed to Allen & Lowis of Portland,
Or., by tho plaintiff, Mr. Giffard
is sued as soorotary and treasuror
of tho corporation, to compel him
to transfer tho shares on his
Judgo Cartor has granted au
thority to Mr. A. Goii8alves,
guardian of tho Cnmara minors'
ostato; to pay tho balance of tho
principal to tho guardians of tho
persons of tho minors.
The Itontoii OIT.
Tho U. S. S. Boston got away
at half-past eight o'clock this
morning bound for Yokohama.
Sho carried 105 tons of coal in
sacks on her decks. If no bad
weathor is experienced sho will
hnvo plenty of conl to mako tho
XUG1 DKNAI. rilOWLEK.
IlrenkN Into n Iloime but Iletrcat
Without Tolling Anything.
A. Anaxtor, tho watchmaker,
who lives on Likoliko stroot, had
his house broken into last night.
Tho burglar got inside by oponing
a shutter and crawling through a
window that had boon loft opon.
Mr. Anaxtor's daughter was sleep
ing in tho room at tho timo. Hear
ing a noise sho asked what was
wanted, thinking that it was some
mombor of tho family. JLvecoivin
no roply sho looked around an
saw n light comploxionod man
pulling his hat down over his
eyes. Ho had a handkerchief or
piece of cloth in his hand. Tho
firl called lustily for her father,
n tho meantime tho robbor re
treated through the window. Mr.
Anaxtor followed for somo dis
tance, but was unablo to overtake
tho maraudor. Miss Anaxtor is
sure that it was a white man, vory
short and slim. Tho father roport
od tho matter to tho police today.
To J.cuvo on the Monowni.
Tho following aro booked to
leave on tho steamship Monowai:
AV. B. Fay and wife, Etta 0.
Fay, Flora G. Fay, Dr. J. 0. Era
ser and wife, Mrs. E. E. Alvord,
Mrs. A. Stowoll, J. A. Buck, F. D.
"Whitney, Jr., J. Millikon, Mr.
Podmoro and two children, Mrs.
Tuck, Mrs. Holmes, Harvey Wal
ker, J. G. Hoffmann, Miss E. F.
Gahill and Mrs. Woathorbeo.
A 1'ow DoiiI'm.
Don't say that your dining room
is complotoly furnished unless
you havo a Bido board.
Don't toll your noighbor that
your library is complete without
a secretary book-caso.
Don't buy an expensive sot of
dinner dishes unless you can afford
a china cloBot.
Don't buy your husband a shav
ing sot without a shaving stand
with tho propor numborof draw
ers, glass, oto., etc.
Don't buy any of tho above
mentioned articles till you hayo.
visited tho salesroom of Ordway
& Porter who aro always up to
dato in designs, finish and stylo.
A Kansas Populist is at work
on a now scheme to increase tho
sum of human happiness. Ho is
trying to cross tho milkwoed and
tho Btrawberry, so that pooplo
may raise Btrawborrios and cream
togethor. Now York Tribune.
Tho opening of our storo in
tho von Holt block on King
street on tho 15th instant will
bo tho ovent of tho year in
business circles. It will bo
more than tho opening of a
now storo, it will bo the begin
ning of an era of new methods
of business in Honolulu.
Customers will hnvo all tho
ndvantnges nnd conveniences
to be found in the palatial
stores of tho United States,
but nt less expense. Our prices
aro low, lower than tho aver
ogo oheap John asks for in
ferior goods. "Wo aro 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
bo tho realization of a
dream. Tho latest con
ceits in fittings, reproductions
of those in the largo stores in
tho States, aro used in ours.
ivu tne conveniences ot a
moddern storo will bo found
with us nnd it costs you no
raoro to buy from us than in
older and less beautifully fit
Our stock will comprise
Crockery; Glassware ofovery
description; Filters; Lamps;
Cutlery; Platedware; Wooden
waro; Refrigerators; Hard
ware; Agateware; Tinware;
Stoves ana Ranges and a large
assortment of the latest no
voltics in household utensils.
This stock is as completo as
monoy and experience can
mako 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"
advantage 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, 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 bolongs to
handsome white teeth.' Caro
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 gums
irritated. Its delicious flavor
wins them. Through its uso
the permanont teeth como nat
urally and with little pain, and
aro kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powdor is
mado only by tho Hobhon
Dnua Co. Get it of thorn.
LACES & EMBE01DEEIES
520, Fort Stroot,
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk LaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
Wasll JLaceS f every description in white, cream
Torchon X-.aoes ! Torchon Laces !!
New patterns, all grades.
Real Maltese Lace and In.se rlrions
A LAItOn ASSOltTMUNT UP
Embroidery JildQuntrS n"d Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroiduvuiid Lnce headings.
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Evening With Tennyson
Y.M.O. A. HALL,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th,
AT 7:45 O'OLOoi'.
Soxtetto from V. Jt. O. A. Oroliestro.
2. Address "LIfo nnd Works of
Soxtotto from Y.M. C. A. Orchestra. ,
i. HoodinR "Lndy ot Shalot"
Miss M.L. Millard.
D. Vocdl Solo "Break, Break,
Miss J. R. Axtoll.
0. Reading "Tennyson, by Alfred
Miss M. K. Rioo.
7. Reading From "In Momoriam,"...
MFss Ada R. Whitney.
8. Qnartotto "Bwoot and Low."
Misses Axtell and Kelso, Messrs.
Ingalla and Wood.
9. Rending "Lady Clara Vere do
W. U. Cnstlo, Jr.
Sextette from Y M. O. A. Orobestra.
Admission 25 Conts,
(Members ot tbo Y. M. O. A. Free)
ALL KINDS OK TINWARE, CUOCKERY,
etc., at tbo vory lowest prices. King trcet
mkal and Ewa of Maunakca.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Bulldlnr.
Collections. Promptly At-
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
BISSELLTHOMA5. MUUH t. MNU.
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Heads the List
Following is the correct
number of races von by tho
different vhc0l3 on the 25th of
January at tho meeting of tho
Hawaiian Athletic Associa
Stearns - -Rambler
Tho above is
compiled from 4"
DON'T ffijflTp 4 moment
About tbo best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 v. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 8:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
SearlT,9ity1 l." $, IS 52? ,
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