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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 8, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Monowni had 71 passengers
Biuul concert tit Emma squaro
this nftornoon at 4:30.
Boys' mooting nt Y. M. 0. A.
tomorrow, at 8 p. in.
Mr. Yatmnn, tho ovangolist, was
in Auckland when tho Mouowai
"TonnyBon" night at tho Y. M.
C. A. Tho ontortainmont com
moncos at 7:15.
Nowb from tho Volcano is to tho
effect that tho recent activity in
tho crater still continues.
Nearly everybody has gono out
to tho Makiki rango this after
Aftor a woman has tied up a
"bundle thoro is no string loft in
tho house. Atchison Globo.
I'liree pioccs of kauri tiinbor for
W.tu. Irwin fc Co. camo on tho
- Commissioner Marsuon received
a consignment of troo cuttings
Worn Samoadjy tho Monowai.
' Last year 12,87-1 now houses
woro built in London, nearly 31
miles of now stroots being con
structed. An oxchango says tho bloomer
girl is simply a now woman with
sonso enough to tako hor Hkirts in
. out of tho wet.
David Dayton has had a number
of inquiries within tho past two
dayB, from pooplo who wish to
Tho opium chargo against F.
Marsick, ono of tho Australia's
messmen, is set for trial on Tues
day. Among tho Mikahala's passen
gers from Kauai this morning
woro "V. II. Itico, H. 0. Vida and
J. K. Morsoburg.
A Portuguese woman named do
Cambrn has been arrostod for
deserting hor husband. Her trial
is sot for Monday.
Antonio Toixoira and J. Costa
Silva have boon arrested for re
ceiving stolon goods. They aro
out on bonds till tho 13th.
Count von Markhof of Austria
is ono of tho passengers by tho
.Monowai who roiuainodin Ilono-
lulu. lie is at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Among tho passongors for this
port by tho Monowai nro Count S.
M. Von Markhof, Dr. Schmidt
Leda and Dr. J. Hastiugs Hoed.
W. 1. Warrinor will lend tho Y.
M. 0. A. praise sorvico at G:30 p.
m. Subject: "Which bank do I
patronize." Mat. G:19-21.
Tho Wall, Nichols Company
lmvo been appointed Honolulu
agents for tho Call and will do
livor it to tho homos of subscri
bers. W. N. Hires, of Root Beer
fame, was a thorough passenger
on tho Monowai who put in tho
morning in business calls about
Miss Jessie Axtoll will sing at
tho Y. M. C. A. ontortainmont
this evening nnd tho Nuuanu
Sextotto will furnish instrumental
music Tho program will bo
found in another column.
While tho Monowai ivns in port
a Bulletin representative had tho
pleasuro of mooting Sir William
Windoyor, senior I'uisno .Tudgo
- ( of Now South Wales, who is ono
' of tho through passongors.
Chnrlio Petorson, tho Diamond
Head lookout, tolophonos that a
strange schooner, flyijig no flag,
is hovering oil' his oyrio. ' Sho has
a suspicious appouranco, nnd may
havo opium or tol' it in a
whispor "harms 1"
S. M. Ballou was made a mem
ber of tho Hawaiian Society Sons
of tho Eovolution yostorday. Mr.
Ballou is a great-groat-grnndson
of Eleazor Joncks, a captain of
Bhodo Island troops in Colonel
A combination of soldiers and
citizens is going to givo an ex
cursion and ball at Romond
Grovo on Washington's Birthday.
Tickots aro now on sale and aro
going fast, It is not a money mak
ing ecliomo, but tho pooplo are
going simply to have a good time.
Wall, Niohols Company ,huvo
received, another lot of the original
Wobstor's Dictionaries, bound in
sheep, which they are soiling at
tho low prico of $1.95. Also a
largo assortmont of now books,
among thom complete Bots of
rMario Corollo's works. This firm
also manufactures rubbor stamps
of all kinds to order.
Ono bag of mail from Nowcaatlo
was brought by tho Kahului.
Annual meeting of German
Bonovolont Society on Monday.
Polico captain Hammer is hav
ing an injured hand treated at tho
Harry Wildor took A. A. Zim
merman and wifo out for a drivo
Mr. and Mrs. I1. A. Schaofor
ontortained a party of twolvo at
dinner last evening.
W. W. Diuiond has mattor of
groat importanco to ovory house
holder in his column today.
H. L. Holstoin, whoso ohancos
aro good for sitting in tho coming
Legislature as senator from Ha
waii, camo up on me ivinau.
In Germany a morchant Avas re
cently fined heavily for using a
quotation from tho Biblo at tho
head of an advertisement.
Tho band was present ot tho
donarturo of tho Mbnowni but
thoro woro very fow people on tho
If you would havo good under
standings you must read what tho
orator of the Mclnorny Shoo Store
Owing to ill health, Anton Sea
bury lms ro8ignod from tho circu
lation department of tho Bulle
tin. There was not much of an at
tendance at tho concert at tho
Hotol last night, and tho applause
was vory limited.
Two fino bulls, shipped from
Syduoy to S. M. Damon, woro
landed off tho Monowai just pro
vious to hor departure
Our now shipping reporter is
grateful to Mr. Bondall, tho pur
ser of tho Monowai, for his kind
ness and courtesy.
Company E. made some vory
fine scores yostorday aftornoon, n
1G and 17 being among tho num
ber. Thoy aro only hoping to do
as woll today.
A concort will bo givon by tho
girls of tho Kamohamoha schools
at Independence park on Satur
day evening noxt. Professor Ber
gor and his orchestra will assist.
A number of persons will bo
entered into tho fellowship of tho
Christian church at tho morning
service. The ordinance of Christ
ian baptism will bo administered
during tho ovnning service
Tho application of Chester An
thony Doylo and William L. Hor
riok for membership in Company
D, N G H, will bo acted upon at
tho annual mooting next Wednes
day night of that company.
Tho Bulletin has received a
valontino in advanco by a steamer
from Kauai. It is a draft for a
year's subscription from a now
subscriber. Similar favors from
tho country aro too common theso
days, however, to be surprises.
Tho oho fa caso against Ko
Chun was continued at tho morn
ing sossion of tho District Court
and voluminous testimony offered
for tho prosecution. Tho -Court
doniod a motion to dismiss and
tho caso wont over until Monday.
Mark Aborn pleaded not guilty
in tho District Court this moning
to tho chargo of having on tho Gth
day of February, 1890, without
authority or justification by law
maliciously and forcibly inflicted
a corporal injury on ono Leo
Chong by striking him with his
fist. His caso was continuod until
A. A. Zimmerman, tho cham
pion cyclist ot tho world, was a
through paBsongor by tho Mono
wai. Ho is a splendid-looking
specimon of manhood, his features
being as fino as his physique is
stalwart. Whou a Bulletin ro
portor sought him for a chat this
morning, Mr. Zimmerman was off
for a spin to AVaikiki. 'The whool
is half his life.
Another great troat is in storo
at Independence Park. It is a
eoncort to bo given by pupils of
tho Kamohamoha Girls' Sohool.
This will bo their first appearance
as public ontortainors, and if thoy
como up to tho mark of the Ka
waiahao sominarians thoy will
provo a decided acquisition as
trained songstors. Tho concert
will bo this night weok.
Mr. Drydon, mail agent for Now
Zealand, has mado many friends
in Honolulu. Ho has boon tra
veling on tho Oceanic-Union lino
for many years, and is now on tho
Monowai. Mr. Drydon has earn
ed tho especial regard of tho Bul
letin on tho present voyage of
that stoaraor by news favors nnd
personal introductions. May his
shadow never grow less.
Highest of nil iu Luivonhig Pow
Jas. F. Morgan will sell Port
land coment on Wednesday.
Seo Morgan's column for bar
gains in real estato.
Pair gold oyo glasses and chain
Tho Kinau brought 123 passon
Philip Peck, tho Olaa coil'eo
man, is in tho city.
Senator II. W. Schmidt return
ed on tho Kinau.
The Kinau brought back ton
Six natives aro under arrest
charged with boing common nui
sances. Eough-on-bugs is an articlo'bo
ing oxploitod by tho Hobron Drug
Tho Monowai did not got away
until noon, owing to largo ship
monts of bananas.
One thing that has been in
strumental in keeping up tho
prico of goods in Honolulu is
tho combinations among retail
dealers; legitimate enough in
its way but it savors of a Trust
nnd the public does not like
As the proprietor of the
largest hardware, crockery and
in the islands we begin busi
ness with tho view to secur
ing your patronage. Wo can
get it in one wajr only. Per
sonal friendship is a good thing
to possess but it cuts no ice iu
a business transaction; it's tho
dollars that count. Wo arc
going to get your trado on the
basis of dollars and cents.
Having bought our stock
direct from tho manufacturers
and at a triflo less than living
prices, we will sell them on tho
same plan. To start right we
took tho prices of our competi
tors on tho same line of goods,
and in most instances cut them
n two some of thom only a
quarter off, nono tho same, the
average is half off what other
dealers get you to pay for
them. Wo can do this and
inalto a good profit, good
enough to let you and ourselves
live and eniov all tho beauties
of this semi-tropical country.
It s hard lor you to behove
that, but you will be convinced
of tho fact if you will visit us
on the 17th. Then you will
seo tho goods with the prices
marked on thom in plain
figures and those aro the
prices you may buy thom at,
not less, because wo mark them
in the first instance at just tho
prico wo can afford to sell
Eemember the 17th.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Gormnn Bauovolont Socioty will be held ot
tho office of II. HaoWcld k Co. nt 2 o'clock
p. m. MONDAY, February 10, 1890.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every Saturday evening, for .
r. LatestJtT.S. Gov't Bojort.
is our now insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
valuo of Rough-On-Buga is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, whero their nests are,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, we refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
UOBHOX DRUG & CO.
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know, to bo
tho best on tho market.
This water received tho
vory highest award at
As a Table Bovcrago
is a favorite 'and easily
leads all other Mineral
"Waters. ... '
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Wholcsalo and Retail Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
LACES & EMBEOIDEEIES
C20, Fort Stroot, - -
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk XjaceS3 latest patterns in black, butter, cream and
"Wash. Laces of every description in white, cream
Torchon Lanes ! Torchon Laces !!
JMow patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace and Insertions
A LAltGC ASSOUTMKNT UP
Embroidery JdrillG:S nd Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and 'Hamburg. Embroid- ry and Lace headings.
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Evening With Tennyson
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Slh,
AT 7:45 O'CLOCK.
Sextette from V. M. 0. A. Orchestra.
2. Address "Life nnd Works of
Sextotto from Y.M. C. A. Orchestra.
4. Heading "Lndy of Shalot"
Miss M. L. Millard.
C. Vocnl Solo "Break, Break,
Miss .T. 11. Axtoll.
0. KcndiuB "Tennyson, by Alfred
Miss M. E. Rico.
7. HendinG Prom "In Momoriam.".
Miss Ada R. Wultuoy.
8. Qnnrtotto "Swoot nnd Low."
Misses Axtoll nnd Kelso, Messrs.
Ingnlls and Wood.
9. Readiuo "Lndy Clara Voro do
W. R. Cnstlo, Jr.
Soxtotte from V M. 0. A. Orchestra.
Admission 25 Conts,
(Mombors of tho Y. M. O. A. Free)
On Wednesday, Feb. 12th,
AT 10 A. M.
PACIFIC MAIL WHABF
I will sell at Public Auction for account of
whom it mny concern, about
2000 Barrels Best Portland Cement,
in good ordor.
Just reoolved ex bark J.O. Pilupor, Woltoru
master, from Iiroinerhayen.
Jas. F. Morgan,
DON'T H$TiTE MDffEHT
About tlic best vlaeo to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
ucmiuiiua , ruuu
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 p. ii., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
round trip tickets:
let Clats 2d Cine
Pearl City $ 75 f 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 71
Wainnuo 1 50 1 25
PAIR GOLD EYE GLASSES AND
Chain ou Nuuanu avonuo, betwocu Clint)
lain Lano and lWofllco. Reward. Apply
at Bulletin offlco, G0J King Bt.
BISHOP Ss Co.
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and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lotters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of the world.
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