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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, 18SG.
V mwu r wirtiwi
Band concert nt" Emma square
Antono Seabury left by tho
Kaala this morning.
Tho circus had a good house at
AVaimoa on Saturday night.
Ono Ohinoso was arrested lost
night and hold for investigation.
"Velocity" Brown was in "Vai
lulcu last week.
' Tho R. P. Rithot has af ull cargo
' o sugar and will likely sail some
Tho not proceeds o tho Wo
man's edition of Tho Timo wore
Tho Monowai cleaned up all tho
bananas left on tho wharf by tho
Arrrangomonts for Company
D.'s minstrol bIiow aro progressing
Tho next steamer from tho
Coast will bo tho Mariposa, duo
horo next Thursday.
Oahu collogo teachers will re
ceive their frionds on tho first and
third Mondays in each mouth.
Tho schooner Aloha was to havo
sailed from San Francisco on
"Wednesday, January 29th.
Pacific Lodgo of MaBons will
havo a stated mooting this even
ing at Masonic Tomplo.
Mrs. Tumor, known as tho
"Hawaiian Nightingale" has
joined tho choir of Central Union
Ohinoso Now Yoar commonces
tomorrow night, and firoworks
and feasting will be the rule in
the Chinese quarter.
Tho J. A. Cummins brought
1200 bags Waimaualo sugar, which
is boing stored on Oceanic dock
for tho WTF. Babcock.
Pupils of tho High school, as
sisted by ladies and gentlemen,
will givo a concert on Saturday,
29th mst. Proceeds will bo to buy
a piano for tho school.
Company 0 will elect first and
second lioutonant ou Wednesday
ovoning, under tho superinten
dence of Captain Broome.
' Managor J. J. Cameron of
Wirth's circus was takon sovoroly
ill with plourisy on Saturday
ovoning. Dr. Ryder attended him
and ho is now on tho mend.
Tho British sealing schooner
Annio E. Paint, 20 days from Vic
toria, arrived this morning and
anchored oulsido. Sho will pro
bably sail for Japan this after
noon. W. W. Diraond's Fort-street
store will bo closed after this day.
Orders by tolophono 50 will bo
filled. Tho now storo in tho von
Holt Block, King Btroot, will bo
oponod on Monday, Fob. 17th.
Tho G. A. R. benefit by Wirth's
circus will tako placo on Wednes
day ovoning next. Lot everyone
turn out and assist tho old soldiors.
Prices of admission will be SI
and 50 conts.
Tho committee on arrangomonts
for tho excursion and clanco at
Romond Grovo on tho 22d aro:
Ed. Mossman, Fritz Rowald,W.
Fottor, Captain Paul Smith and
Tho Advertiser is informed that
yiio ossayB woro road at tho Tonny-'
son eutortainment on Saturday
evening, except tho ono by Pro
fessor llosmer. The othor read
ings woro selections from tho
works of tho great poet and ono
from the now poet laureate.
The wife of Mr. Lau, a promi
nent Chinese merchant, died Sat
urday night and tho remains woro
intorrod in tho Ohinoso comotory
in Manoa valley yesterday after
noon, undor tho suporintondonco
of E. A. Williams. ,
Tho youngest son of Mr. John
Apio, agod 1 yoar and 7 days,
died of pneumonia on Saturday
afternoon and was buried in Nuu
anu comotory yesterday after
noon. Tho remains woro encased
in a boautiful white casket fur
nished by Edward A. Williams
who had charge of the funeral
Tho S. S. Arawa, that filled tho
placo of O. A. S. S. Miowora whilo
sho was Doing repaired mret uomu
on tho reef at Honolulu, later
making somo trips in,tho Ocoanic
Union lino in placo of tho Mono
wai, has been bought by tho
(Spanish Compania Trans-Atlan-tica
Compauy. Sho had boon
withdrawn jErom tho Australian
trade somo timo undor a charter
from tho Spanish Government
to carry troops to Cuba.
W. A. Kinnoy returned yester
day from a hurried trip to Maui.
W. H. Comwoll and Dr. C.
Davison woro passongers by tho
Officer Hammer is on duty
again, but still carries his injured
hand in a sling.
A deserter from tho ship W. F.
uabcock, who has been missing
sovoral days, was lauded in tho
Police Station this morning.
N. S. Sachs advertises a special
salo of ladies' muslin underwear,
with a big cut in pricos, tho salo
to last ono week only.
H. E. Mclntyro it Bro. havo re
ceived a consignment of dwarf
cocoanuts and broad fruit trees of
tiro best varieties from Samoa,
which aro for salo.
Tho Claudino brought twenty
crates of fowls yestorday which
will go to holp colobrato tho Ohi
noso fow Year.
J. K. Dillon, chairman, and W.
D. Schmidt, ono of tho inspec
tors, of tho Ilonomu olection pre
cinct, Hawaii, are in tho city to
givo evidence on tho trial of tho
contested senatorial olection,which
comes off before tho Supremo
Court on Thursday.
Tho Italian Chamber of Com
merce of San Francisco is making
elaborate preparations to recoivo
tho Cristoforo Colombo's officers
and tho Duko dos Abruzzi. A
sonarato committee has been ap
pointed to arrange a feast for tho
sailors and marines.
Owing to tho counter attraction
of tho international shooting
match, tho two teams of tho sharp
shooters did not got together on
Saturday as anticipated. Somo
good practice was indulged in, ono
of. tho memuorsoL the second team
making 45, including two 3's and
a 4. Tho match will como off in a
day or two.
A largo party assomblcd at tho
rosidenco of James Travons on
Punchbowl streot last Saturday
ovoning, tho occasion boing tho
marriago of Miss Mario Isobel
Travons to Jos. Santos, of E. O.
Hall and Son; Row Fr. Valentino
officiating. Tho ceremony took
placo at six o'clock, Mr. Eckardt,
purveyor of tho Quoon's Hospital,
acting as groomsman and Mrs?
Jickardt as (urulesmam. About
ono hundred woro present. Re
freshments woro sorvod at 7:30,
after which a very enjoyable ovon
ing was spoilt in music and song.
CIKCUS HACK AGAIN.
llerolvo (airu oTAuliual from Senator
The circus has - arrived again
after a very successful trip on
Kauaii having played to crowded
houses each night. They showed
four times at Lihuo, proceeding
thonco overland to Waimoa,
where threo performances wore
givou. Members of tho troupe
woro all individually compliment
ed upon tho oxcollenco of thoir
Whilo at Lihue, Senator Rice,
the stockman, presonted little Mu
riel Wirth with a handsomo pony,
and Mr. Burns with a blooded
Berkshire pig, which ho is train
ing to porform various tricks and
sing "Ua liko mo ka Puaa."
Hayes, tho clown and all-round
acrobat, also foil hoir to a pony,
in this wise: Mr. Rico offered
him a horso providing ho would
rido it twico round tho paddock
without tumbling off. A roan colt,
well known for its bucking capa
city, was led out and Mr. Hayes,
after speakinc to tho animal a
moment, calmly climbed aboard
tho hurricane deck of the animal,
not even taking tho precaution of
removing his pipo from his mouth.
Lo and behold ! Tho horso never
make a kick, but walked around
tho yard as quietly as Mary's
"Tho horso is yours," quoth Mr.
Rico. "No, how did you do it?"
"Why, mo bloomin' toff," re
plied Hayes, "I hypnotized him
with mo bloedin' pipo, see? Ho
got ono whiff an' ho says, 'Take it
away, son; you may rido me all
day, only tako it away.' So I rodo
Tho passage down last night
was very rough, tho heavy seas
swooping clean over tho vessel.
Mr. Montgomery and the officers
of tho Kauai wero up tho entire
night with tho horses.
Tho cirous pooplo apeak m tho
highest terms of both captain and
mates, their officioncy and caro,
and tho efforts to make tho trip
as comfortable as possible. All
tho members of tho troupe aro
woll and hearty.
Ilighost of all in Leavening Power.
ABSOWtnY ff OF
AT T1IK METIIODHT CIIDIlCIf.
Ilov. Mr. Ieolc Tnlkn on tlie Roman
At tho evening sorvico of tho
Methodist Churoh yestorday Rov.
Mr. Peck spoko on "Romanism
and Reformation." At tho com
mencement of his discourso ho an
nounced it as being tho first of a
series of fivo, on the Roman Cath
olic religion and alleged infalli
bility of tho Pope. Ho said that
tho claim of tho Catholic church
that tho authority of tho Topo was
derived through St. Peter as the
direct successor of Jesus Christ
was not tonable and quoted many
passages of tho scriptures to show
that undor tho Jewish customs
Peter was not tho head of tho
church, but that that honor be
longed to James. Tho roveronu
gontloman then proceeded to do
molisli tho Roman Catholic con
tention that Potcr estab
lished tho church in Romo
after tho death of Christ by trying
to prove that Peter was
not in Romo for twenty-five
years after the crucifixion.
In support or his view Mr. Peck
said that in all his writings St.
Paul li over mentioned tho fact of
Peter's boinc in Romo and othor
contemporary writers always
spoko of him as boing absent or
on a journey. The latter portion
of tho reverend gentleman's dis
courso was dovoted to a dis
cussion of tho doctriuo of infalli
bility as sot forth by tho Ecumoni
A notice in anothor column
from the Liquor Commission ap-"
pointed at tho Bpecial session of
tho Legislature invites suggestions
from individuals or societies on
Ono thing that has been in
strumental in keeping up tho
price of goods in Honolulu is
ths combinations among retail
dealers; legitimate enough in
its way but it savors of a Trust
and tho public does not liko
As the proprietor of the
largest hardware, crockery and
in the islands we begin busi
ness with tho view to secur
ing your patronage, w o can
get it in one way only. Jrer-
sonal friendship is a good thing
to possess but it cuts no ice in
a business transaction; it's tho
dollars that count. Wo arc
going to get your trade on the
basis of dollars and cents.
Having bought our stock
direct from tho manufacturers
and at a triflo less than living
prices, wo will soil them on tho
same plan. To start right we
took the prices of our competi
tors on tho same line of goods,
and in most instances cut them
n two some of them only a
quarter off, none tho same, tho
average is half off what other
dealera get you to pay for
them. Wo can do this and
make a good profit, good
enough to let you and ourselves
live and enjoy all the beauties
of this semi-tropical country.
It's hard for you to boliovo
that, but you will be convinced
of tho fact if you will visit us
on tho 17th. Then you will
seo th goods with tho prices
marked on thorn in plain
figures and those aro the
prices you may buy thorn at,
not less, because we mark them
in the first instance at just tho
price wo can afford to sell
Kemember tho 17th.
ta rv. (r s (l
LateatJtJ.S. Gov't Rojort.
Dentil ofn Steunrd.
AVhon tho brig W. G. Irwin,
Capt. E. A. Williams, camo in
port on Saturday, James Kalsoi
tho steward was sent to tho
Queen's Hospital, whoro ho died
on Sunday morninc about 1
o'clock, tho cause of doath boing
heart disease Tho funeral took
placo at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon,
and was attended by a number of
shipmate?, somo town acquain
tances, potty officers and bluo
jackots of tho U. S. S. Bounington.
Tho iutormont, in chargo of H. H.
Williams, was at tho Catholic
Cemetery, six of tho Bonniugtou's
mon acting as pallbearers. Mrs.
Kalso is tho stewardess on the
Irwin. Sho visited hor husband
Saturday evening at tho Hospital,
but was not with him when ho
is our new 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
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, wnero tueir 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 tako
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG: CO.
' Solo Proprietors.
Tho uiomborH of tho Commission appoint
ed to report to tho coming session of tho
Legislature upon tho Liquor Traffic, boing
desirous of obtaining as fall an expression
of Publlo Opinion as possible upon the sub
ject, invito any Individuals or societies who
ileHiro to oner any suggestions to tno uom.
mission to present tho samo in writing as
noon as possible.
Any patnphlots or reports upon tho sub
ject will also bo gladly received.
II. WATEIUIOUSE, Chairman Y Liquor
or P. J. LOWHEY, Secretary Coram.
On Wednesday, Feb. 12th,
AT 10 A. M.
PACIFIC MAIL WHARF
I will sell at Public Auction for account ot
whom it muy concern, about
2000 Barrels Best Portland Cement,
in good order.
Just received ex bark J.C. l'flugor, Woltors
master, from Bremerhaven.
Jns. F. Morgan,
S.L.B. de Hawaii
ALL HILLS AGAINST THE
Should be presented at any time
Board of Directors
TiinopaH P. O. Box 219.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big Cut in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Night Gowns, from 50c. up.
Ladies' Skirts, ...... .from 50c. up.
Chemises, 3 for $1.00.
Our S-1.00 Night Gowns, mado
of Fine Cambric and Linen
Torchon Laco, will go for $2.25.
If You "Want IPirie Underwear
At Half Price, NOW is your time.
jLr' llonicuibor theso price aro
N. S. SACHS
520, Fort Stroot, -...
Geo. W. De Long
Havo kindly tendered to tlio O. A. It. Post of Honolulu a Uonefit,
to take place ou
Wednesday Evening. Feb, $2th.
NEW AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.
Tbo Veterans of '01 to 'G5, for the first time, invite Americans to "chip in, each a
mite," that tills Post may bo nldo to cnlargo their Durinl Plot in Nuuanu Cemetery, nud,
II poHBiuio, luuruusu luuir iuuu lur wu rouvi
Tiokots on salo at Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Ilulo Ilazaar.
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Just Received per S. 8. Monovrai
600 COCOANUTS Already
Of the Kie Lea (Dwarf) Variety ot the
Samoan Islands. Also,
100 Breadfruit Trees
OF THE FINEST VAKIETV.
Subsoribo for tho Evening Bol-
AT HALF PRICE.
Our 33.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fine Cambric, Valouci
onno Laces, will go for.. .31.75.
Our$2.75 Chomise, mndo of
Fino Cambric, Valoncionnes
Lace, will go for $1.50.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
ui uuBcrvmg voioruns 011(1 tueir vriUOWH.
$1.00. Galloiy, 50 Conts.
Nichols Co., Hobron Drug Co-
DON'T HtglTp MOMENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 p. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 i. ix.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clan !d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu. II. 1.
1ST Onico : 114 Merchant street.
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