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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAKY 11, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. Isonborg advortiBCB a small
bay maro strayed to tho Waiala o
Tho Emma squaro band con
cort was nostoonod last nicht on
account o tho rain.
Paul Isonborg advortisoB for tho
owner of a small bay maro, found
at "Waialao ranoh.
J. H. Conoy is tho acting sher
iff of Kauai during tho absence
of Sheriff "Wilcox.
Warrants aro out for tho arrest
of two more desortors from tho
"W. T. Babcock.
Tho Hawaiian band will assist
at tho Grand Army Post bonofit
at tho circus tomorrow night.
It is likoly that tho Honolulu
Cricket Club's smoker will bo giv
on on tho 27th inst.
Tho Choral society moots this
ovoning at tho Y. M. C. A. hall
at 7:30 p. m. A full attendance is
Tolophono to 56 if you want
anything out of W. "W. Dimond's
stock and it will bo promptly de
livered to you.
Thomas Lindsay is Boiling all
his stock of clocks, watches and
iowolry at bargains in viow of his
intended tour ubroad.
The Portuguese who fell from
tho kitchen coiling at tho Hawai
ian Hotel is coming round all
right at tho Queen's Hospital.
L. 0. Abies, late manager of tho
Pooplo's Ico Company, has been
presented by tho employes with a
handsome gold-headed cane.
A Japanoso artist dressed in a
kimono was painting tho sign
"Barbor" on a small building on
Quoon street this forenoon.
Tho Liquor Commission will
hold a sossion at tho office of
Honrv AVaterhouso to moot tho
Y. M. 0. A. pooplo on Friday.
Mrs. E. Graham, Mrs. "W. W.
Dimond, Messrs. Starkov, J.Mars
don and D. Logan havo been made
members of tho Kilohana Art
A hot clam ohowdor will bo
served at tho New England din
ner to bo given by tho Ladios'
" Temperance Society at Haalolea
lawn on Friday, Fob. 21.
Threo meetings wero hold yes
terday at Contral Union Church,
tho Ohatauqua Society, tho
Ladies' Tomporanco Socioty and
Ko Chun was convicted in tho
Police Court yesterday of main
taining a chofa game and fined
$100. Ho has appealed to tho
Tho Chinese United Socioty
will receive callers tomorrow
from 12 to 2 at their clubhouse
t 1 L nlLn TTmirnlinn
in Kintr Rireui. inti jj.umnu
Land has been engaged lor uio
Robert Laing loft by tho steam
er Kinau to tako charge of tho
Kohala saloon for Macfarlano &
Co. "Bob" has a number of good
friends in Kohala and will bo a
Two horses wore nearly half an
hour getting a load of sand up
tho Judd street lull yesterday
afternoon. Thoy wero willing
onough but tho load was too muoh
Ton entirely now acts will bo
given at tho Grand Array benefit
tomorrow night, and through tho
kindness of Manager Evans his
tmune of Japanese acrobats will
E. Larson has been ordered by
in tho sum of $200 to keep the
poaco for six months in tho Re
public of Hawaii and particularly
toward his wife.
Quantities of rock aro being
piled along tho Nuuanu Valloy
road near the comotory, and it
begins to look as if something
was to bo done in tho way of re
pairing that highway.
Tho Missionary Gleaners Socie
ty hold a special meeting at tho
Central Union church parlors
yesterday afternoon to raako pre
parations for tho coming Nov
The Commissioners appoinieu
by tho last Legislature under tho
. monarchy to recodify tho Penal
Code havo finished their labors,
nnd will present their report to
the Legislature in printed shape.
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Mr. Waldron of the Illustrated
Travolor has already twonty-fiyo
viows of tho Islands which will
appear in tho coming issues of his
Hats at cost at Mrs. Hanna's.
Latest Styles. Ka Maile.
A Japanese w'as arrested this
morning and hold for investigation.
Tho assault and battery charge I
against Kulanalio was nolle
pros'd this morning.
Tho return match between
teams of Company B and tho Hilo
Citizens' Guard comes off noxt
Tho first battalion, consisting
of Company E, A, B, and O, will
drill this ovoning and muBt re
port at headquarters for duty at 7
Marshal Brown is o much im
proved today as to bo allowed to
got up and walk around. Ho ex
pects to bo attending to business
Tho Ewa mill will close down
tonight for a couplo of dayB,
owing to tho Ohinoso Now Year.
Advantage will bo takon of tho
timo to mako somo repairs.
Two Chinese, whom Judgo do
la Vorgno assessed SCO eaoh this
morning for having opium in pos
Bossion, will havo to puuglo up
before taking part in the Now
Year's festivities tonight.
Tho loasos for ton yoars of four
Government lots on tho Esplanade
wero sold at tho Executivo build
ing today, "Wilder & Co. being tho
purchasers at $JbU a year, tho
Tho Committoo on Great Seal
appointed at tho last sossion of
tho Legislature will hold a moot
ing in a few days to oxamino and
recommend tho best designs to
the Logislaturo. The final award
will bo left to tho Legislature.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tuner, can
furnish best factory reforonccs.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
and tho "Wall, Nichols Co.
will recoivo prompt attention.
Telophono Nos: 231, 190 and
Ofiicor Hammor, while looking
for Redpath this morning, acci
dentally ran across tho threo de
serting sailors whom tho Boston
loft behind and arrested thorn.
Thoy aro now in jail awaiting tho
ploasuro of tho American Consul,
who will probably sond them on
R. J. Groeno, Pos.t Commander
of Goo. AV. do Long Post, G. A. R.,
today rocoived a noto from Henry
E. Cooper Minister of Foreign
Afiairs, saying: "In roply to your
request of even date, I take
pleasure in informing you that
tho band will bo at your disposal
on "Wednesday ovoning, Fob, 12."
A NatnbU Sale.
Tho Bulletin learns on good
authority that the woll-known
property on tho corner of Fort
and Borotania streets, formerly
tho site of tho old Fort Btrcct
church and tho rosidonco ofW.
G. Irwin has been sold by tho
lattor to tho roal estate firm of
Bruco Waring & Co. Tho pro
perty has a frontage of 246 feet on
Fort street, 190 on Boretania and
215 on Chaplain lano. When
called on this morning a member
of tho firm declined ;to disclose
tho purposes for which the pro
perty had boon bought, saying
that tho firm's plans wore not suf
ficiently matured. It is safo to
say, howovor, that tho enterprising
firm of Bruco Waring & Co. will
not allow this valuablo property
to remain idle on thoir hands.
Tho price paid has not been
Claronco Macfarlano intends in
future to keep frozen turkeys con
stantly on hand and has now a
supply that has been in cold
storago for tho past month. It is
a wou-known fact that turkeys fro
zen for a month or more aro much
moro doloctablo and tondor than
thoso that aro fresh killed. As fast
as Maofarlano's stook is exaustod
ho will place frosh ones in tho
refrigerators thereby insuring to
customers a choice tondor bird at
FOR BALE DY
!tF" Those Turkeys have boon in Cold
Storago one month. 224-hr
Ilighost of all in Leuvouing Power.
Mr. King' EnterprU.
A Soattlo dispatch of Jan. 28
Bays: T. J. King, a broker of
Honolulu, loft today on Jho Pu
obla for California, having char
tered tho four-mastod Bchooner
Bangor, now at San Pedro, to ply
botweon Soattlo and tho Hawaiian
metropolis. Tho first cargo of
tho Bangor, which will sail from
this port tho last of February,
will consist of lumber and general
HARD ON THE HiaUGGLERS.
The Aitstrnlla'HKecond BIenmaiiactHa
If Judgo do la Vorgno keeps up
his rocora for heavy sentences ho
will soon bo known among ovil
doors as a "holy terror." Tho case
of Fred MarBic, alias Fred Mur
phy, who was tho second messman
of tho Australia on her last trip
down, nnd arrested for being im
plicated with tho two Portugueso
womon in smuggling opium off
that vessel, was tried in tho Dis
trict Court this morning, Attorney-General
Smith appearing to
prosocuto and Messrs. Noumann
and Croighton for tho defense.
Tho testimony offered was moro
ly a repetition of that given in
former cases, excopt that tho testi
mony given by tho defendant
himself in a former trial was read
by shorthand reporter Marks
against him, an objection to its
introduction by defendant's coun
sel being overruled.
Tho defense moved for a dis
missal on tho ground that tho
evidence with insuffisieut to bIiow
that tho dofondant had anything
to do with tho opium, and after
argument tho motion was denied.
Tho dofondant offered no testi
mony and Judgo do la Vorgno
promptly found him guilty and
imposed a fine of S700, thirty days
at hard labor and $5.20 costs.
Notice of appoal being given bail
was fixed at $1000.
One thing that has been in
strumental in keeping up tho
price of goods in Honolulu is
the combinations among retail
dealers; legitimate enough in
its way but it savors of a Trust
and the public does not like
As tho nronrietor of the
largest hardware, crockery and
in the islands we begin busi
ness with tho viow to sequr-
ing your patronage. Wo can
got it in one way only. Per
sonal friendship is a good thing
to possess but it cuts no ico in
a business transaction; it's tho
dollars that count. We aro
going to get your'trado on the
basis of dollars and cents.
Having bought our stock
direct from tho manufacturers
and at a trifle less than living
prices, wo will soil them on the
same plan. To start right we
took the prices or our competi
tors on tho same line of goods,
and in most instances cut thorn
n two some of them only a
quarter oft', none the same, the
average is half oft' what other
dealers get you to pay for
them. We can do this and
make a good profit, good
enough to let you and ourselves
live and enjoy all the Deauties
of this semi-tropical country.
It's hard for you to believe
that, but you will he convinced
of tho fact if you will visit us
on the 17th. Then you will
see tho goods with the prices
marked on them in plain
figures and thoso are the
prices you may buy thorn at,
not less, because we mark them
in tho first instance at just tho
price wo can afford to sell
Remember tho 17th.
LatestJU.S. Gov't Roport.
A neantlful ITloniimont.
By tho W. G. Irwin which ar
rived a fow days since Samuel
Louisson received a beautiful
monument which is to bo orocted
over tho gravo of his son. Tho
monumont represents a broken
column, and is about 7 feet high
and of Italian whito marblo. It
bears tho following inscription on
NOV. 16, 1871.
oct. 1G, 1895.
On tho baso is tho word "Louis
son." Tho monumont will shortly bo
placed in position at tho comotory
by Lucas Bros.
is our now insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, lnoths 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-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, where 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
FOUND, AT WAIALAE RANCH BOME
timo ago, a Small Bay Maro, branded on
right hind log "CP(" left hind leg whito,
star on forehoad with small whito stripe
on noso. If not called for within threo (3)
weeks Bamo will be sold at pnblio anotion.
224-3w PAUL ISENBEBG, Jr.
By virtue of a Writ of Elocution issud
out of tho Circuit Court, on tho 0th day of
Decombor, A. D. 1805, against Ah Leong,
defendant, in favor of Andrew McCabo,
plaintiff, for tho sum of $89.60, 1 have levied
upon nnd shall expose for salo at tho Station
Houso in tho Diutriot of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clook of Tuesday, tho 11th
day o( February, A. 1 JbUU, to ttio rugnest
bidder, all tho right, title nnd interest' of
tho said Ah Leong, dofondant, in and to tho
following property, unlet said judgment,
merest, costs and my expenses bo previous
List of property for salo :
Consistiuc of leasehold interests, ricuts
and privileges in a certain land situato at
Kalawahine. Honolulu, Oahu, described
nnd rocordod inLibnr 124, p. 239; and lease
hold interests, rights and privileges in n
certain land situato at same place, doscribed
ami recorded in Liber 121, p. 301.
H. R. HITCnCOOK,
Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 8, 1890. 193-3t
This salo has boon postponod to
February 15th .f
Y.M.C.A. Lecture Course
Saturday, February 15th,
AT 7:45 O'CLOCK P. M.
"Value of a Drainage
Bv Dk. N. D. Emekso.v,
Mombers Y. M. C. A. Free,
Card of Thanks.
MB. COTTER OF THE INSANE AST.
lum extends thanks to Mr. V. Damon and
the Chinese Morohants for tho dinner pro
vidod for tho inmates of tho Asylum,
SPECIAL SALE I
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big Out in Prices for
Night Gowub from 60c. up.
Ladies' Skirts, from 50c. up.
Chemises, 3 for $1.00.
Our $1.00 Night Gowns, made
of Fine Cambric nnd Linon
Torchon Lace, will go for $2.25.
IT You "Want Fine Underwear
At Half Price, NOW is your time.
9netnctnbor thoso prices aro
POSITIVELY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot,
Havo kindly tendered to tho G. A. It. Post of Honolulu a Benefit,
to tako placo on
Wednesday Evening. Feb, 12th.
NEW AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.
The Veterans o( '01 to '05, for tho first timo, invito Americans to ''chip in, eaoh a
mito," that this Tost may bo ablo to enlarge their Iinrinl Plot in Nuuanu Comotcry, and
if pobsiblo, iucrcaso thoir fund for tho relief of deserving Votorang and their 'widows.
Tickets on salo at Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Bale Bazaar.
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Just Becoivod per B. S. Monowai
600 COCOANUTS Already Sprouted
Of the Niu Loa (Dwarf) Variety of the
Bamoan Islands. Also,
100 Breadfruix Trees
OT TUB TINMT TAKIETT.
H. E. Mclntyre &
Subscribe for tho Evkniko Bul
letin, 75 oenta per month.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
AT HALF PRICE.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fino Cambric, Valonci
onno Laces, will go for. . .$1.75.
Our$2.75 Chomise, mado of
Fine Cambric, Valoncionnos
Laco, will go for $1.50.
Geo. W. De Long Post
G. A. R. X
Gallery, 50 Conts.
Wall, Nichols Co
Hobron Drug Co- and
DOW HEgmtJE J IWEHT
About tho bcit place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
Take an Outing
Trains will lenvo at 9:15 a: m.
and 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clan 3d CUi
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HoMOlaln, If. 1.
I tar Ofllco i 114 Merchant street. 104-tf
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