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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 189G
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Company C. elects ofllcors td
Havo you soon thoso Ilats
nro Boiling tit cost at
The date of the coronation of
the Czar of all tho Russins has
been fixod for May 12th.
Tho annual mooting of Com
pany D., N. G. H., takes place at
tho drill shod this evening at 7:30.
Tho battalion drill was woll at
tended last night, and -was' watch
ed by a number of spectators. v
Manager Cameron of "Wirth's
circus is considerably bottor to
day but unablo to bo out.
On an average fifty-ono stray
dogs are taken to tho Battorsea
"Homo, London, ovory day.
Tho Mariposa is duo early to
morrow morning, if sho loft San
FrauciBco on time.
A handsome stono parapet has
been built in front of Arthur Har
rison's building lot at tho inter
section of Alapai, Kinau and Lu
Tho next locturo of tho Y. M. 0.
A. course will bo delivered on
Snturdav ovoninc by Dr. Emor-
son on "Tho Value of a Drainago
It is a mistake to suppose that
whales feed only on minute ani
mals. As many as 1000 herrings
and cod havo been found iuBido a
Thoso who hold resorvod scats
for the circus tonight aro roquost
ed to bo on hand as early as pos
sible in order to avoid confusion.
Extra ushers will bo provided.
Tho Hawaiian band will play at
Thomas square tomorrow aftor
noon. If tho Mariposa is in port
a concert will probably bo given
at tho hotel.
M. D. Monsarrat has made sur
veys on tho lots on either sido of
tho bend of Merchant street, for
the mirnoses of a map ho is com
missioned to draw of tho locality.
DotcctivoToma arrested a Japa
nese yesterday, charge with carry
ing around another man's tax re
coipt. Upon investigation it wos
- found that tho man was an escape
from Quarantino Station.
Two Chinese pleaded guilty of
lotting off fire crackers in tho
public street this morning, but
iho prosecution was loniont and
suspended sontonco until after tho
Tho Gorman Benevolent Society
has elected tho following officers:
H7A. "Widomann, prosidont; J. F.
Hnokfold, vico-presidont; F.
"Schultzo, treasurer; H.J. "Nolto,
auditor: J. F. Hackfeld, trustee; J.
F. Eckardt, secretary.
Prosidont Cleveland has recog
nized Fung Yuong Hong as Con-sul-Gonoral
in San Francisco.
The now appointee is a personal
friend of tho Chinese Minister to
"Washington and tho office is a
most lucrativo one.
Tho casos of J. Kaahanui,
charced with astaultwith a deadly
weapon, and Martin and A. Vor
raeye, with common nuisances,
have been continued until moved
on by tho prosecution. Vormeyo
is out on $100 bonds.
Tho Chinoso rostaurant-keopor
. ot tho cornor of Nuuanu and Mor
v chant street gave a swell dinner
today at 11:30 to thej police cap
tains, lieutenants and clerks, and
a few others. Turkey, suoking
pigs nnd other delicacies wero
comprised in tho monu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat tho well known
Veterinary surgeon is going to dis
pose of his interests in Honolulu
and will immigrate to South
Africa. Among othor things that
ho will soil is his rosidonco at 205
King street, any ono desiring a
fine piece of property will do woll
to call on Dr. A. R. Rowat.
A Leap Year party is to bo giv
en by tho ladies of Honolulu at
Indopondenco park on tho ovon
ing of Tuesday, tho 18th. The
ladies who havo charge of tho
arrangements aro Mesdames T. R.
Walker, F. W. Maofarlano, A.
Fuller, Win. Wildor, J. H. Sopor,
R. Lowers, C. L. Wight, J.
Croigbton and T. J. King.
Opposite tho police station thero
is a short iron railing used aB a
hitching place for tho horses of
tho niountod patrol. It is bo short
that when a number of horses-are
tied up thero, they back around
on to tlio Bidowalk, obstructing it
for hours at a time and discom
moding passors-by. It would bo
woll if tho railing wero lengthened
out so as to cover all of tho va
cant space tlloro.
Saturday will bo St. Valoutino's
MrB. H. M. Whitnoy is vory ill.
Sho is attended by Dr. Tuckor.
a'ho Amniified Third Decreo
will bo conferred by Mystic Lodge,
Jvnights of Pythias, tonight.
A modern front is being put in
to tho Queen streot crockery store
of John T. Watorhouso.
Tho Cricket Club's smokor will
bo hold at the Thistle hall on Sat
urday ovoning, 28th inst.
For larceny in tho 4th degree
David Keaha was awarded thirty
days on tho roof by Judgo do la
Thero woro only ton casos on
the' Polico Court calendar this
morning and tho session of Court
did not last very long.
Officer Hammer wont to Kahu-
lui and Hawaii by tho Claudino
last night, with a warrant for tho
arrost of Lionel V. Redpath.
Several of tho Babcock's sailors
woro interviewing tho American
uonsui tins morning arjout inoir
troublo with tho mato of that ves
sel. Tho efforts of tho tomporanco
people to secure further legislative
restrictions on tho liquor traffic
aro being protty freely discussed
of late about town.
Haiala was f ound guilty of vio
lating hack regulations by Judgo
do la Vergno this morning. Son
tonco was suspended until moved
on by tho prosecution.
Mahina, son of Kahapu, died
yesterday and will bo buried from
tho Catholic Cathedral this after
noon at 2 o'clock, Ed. A. "Wil
Tho trial of Alox. Georco for
malicious injuxyin shooting a
dog resulted in a judgment of not
guilty in tho District Court this
By tho failuro of tho largo firm
of G. F. Smith & Co., San Fran
cisco, a good many shares of ship
ping in tho Hawaiian trado will
Tho two Portugueso women in
jail for smuggling opium off tho
Australia livo wolf. Their meals
are all sent in and they havo ico
cream throo times a day if they
want to pay for it.
G. R. Hurrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tunor, can
furnish best factory reforonces.
Orders left ut Hawaiian Nows Co.
and tho "Wall, Nichols Co.
will receive prompt attention.
Tolophono Nos: 231, 190 and
It is said that about sovonty
fivo Gorman army reserve mon in
this country havo boon ordered to
hold themselves in readiness to
report in the Fatherland. Tho
penalty is forfoituro of citizenship.
Ono of tho men is reported to
havo ropliod that ho would rotur,n.
homo at tho shortest notice if his
passage was paid.
of tho proporty and effects forming and
comprising tho business carried on under
tho name- of tho
Club Staines Company, Ld.
By direction of Cecil Brown, Recelvor of
tho Club Stables Co., acting under tho or
ders of tho Uon. A. V. Carter, First Judge,
First Circuit Court of tho Bepublio of IIa
wail, I am directed to sell at l'ubllo Auo
tion at tho premises of tho Club Stables Co.
Ld., Fort Btroot, Honolulu, Oaliu. on Fri
day, tho 14th day of Fobruary, 1890, at 12
o'olook noon of said day at tho upset price
of $4,750.00, all tho property and effects of
tho Clnb Ktablos Ld. including Lease,
Jiorses, btocic, Damage
implements, the book
Btablo tools and
of account nnd
book debth duo tho
Club Stables Com-
A Schedule- of the prnporty Is as follows:
1 Open Surrey, 4 Top Buggies, 1 Open Bug
gy, 1 Surrey, 1 Surroy, 1 Surrey, 1 Brake,
j oad Curt, 1 Wagonette small, 1 Wago
nelto largo, 2 Phaetons, 4 Sets Double
Harness, 7 Sots Siuplo Harness, 5 Saddles,
G Hiding Bridles, 1 Doz Wrap Robes, 3
Whips, 15 rictnres, 1 Clook 8 day, 1 Mir
ror, 1 Ofllco Desk, 1 Commode, 1 Water
Cooler, G Chairs, 1 Office Chair, 2 Ink
Bottles. Stationery, oto.,oto,: 1 Bay driving
horse. "Turk"; J Groy driving horse, "Bis
marck"; 1 Bay driviug horse, "Diok"j 1
Brown driving mare, "Grisette"; 1 Brown
driving horso, "Dudo" 1 Bay driving
horse, "Napa"; 1 Sorrol driving horso,
"Frank"; 1 Sorrel snddlohorbO, "Dandy";
1 Boy saddle horse, "MoVey"; 1 Sorrel
saddlo horso, ' Nelson"; 1 Sorrel saddlo
horse, "Larson"; 1 Groy colt, unbroken,
Lease of premises beiuc lease made by
Margaret Moorhead et al to C II Nlcliol for
fifteen years from January 20, 1880, at the
yearly rental of $1200 payable monthly In
advance. Tho promises now bring in from
sub-tenants $88 leaving $12 a month as the
rental ot mat portion ox the premises occu
pied by tho Club Stables Company.
Terms Cash in U S Gold Coin. Sale sub
ject to confirmation by tho Court. All
translor expenses at purchaser's cost.
Jus. F. Morgan,
225-.1t ' Auctlouoer.
Highost of all iu Leavouing Power.
THE TltOUItLK OK THE HANCOCK.
Complaints of tho Meu Not Verified
A Bulletin roprosorifolivo in
torviowod Consul-Gonoral Mills
today on tho mattorjo tho com
plaints of tho soamon on the W.
F. Babcock concerning their ill
treatment by tho. mate. With his
usual affability to newspaper mon
tho Consul said that ho had boon
quietly investigating tho matter
unknown to oithor officers or mon.
Ho had come to tho conclusion
thero was nothing in thostorios of
thon, and ho should bo governed
in thoir treatment by his investigations-
"Tho troublo on tho Babcock is
just this, as far as I can learn,"
said the Consul. "Captain Gra
lmrn was peculiarly unlucky in
leaving San Francisco with half a
dozen othor big ships and, instead
oE being nolo to pick his
crow, having to tako anything
tho boarding-house mastors
would sond on board. Ho has got
a protty tough lot of mon, with of
courso somo oxcoptions. The
trouble with tho mon is that they
aro all in dobt to tho ship. Tlioy
havo received two months pay in
advance in San Fraucisco before
signing, besides .drawing heavily
on tho ship for supplies since.
Many of them don't liko tho
idea of t working this out and
would liko to desert horo, work
thoir way back to San Francisco
and thon work tho samo racket
over again with another ship.
Thoso mou aro no good on any
ship and tho only way to
got along with them is to
treat them with severity.
Captain Graham is unfortunato m
having a worso lot of men than is
usual ovon in deopwator ships.
At prcsont theao aro nino desert
ers from tho Babcock and I havo
offered tho usual reward of $10
Ono thing that lias bceh in
strumental in keeping up tho
prico 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 liko
As tho proprietor of the
largest hardware, crockery and
in the islands we begin busi
ness witn tho view to secur
ing your patronage. Wo can
get it in one way only. Per
sonal friendship is a good thing
to possess but it cuts no ico iu
a business transaction; it's tho
dollars that count. Wo 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 sell them on tho
samo 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 somo of them only a
quarter oft', none the samo, the
average is half off what other
dealers get you to pay for
them. Wo can do this and
mako a good profit, good
enough to let you and ourselves
live and enjoy all tho beauties
of this semi-tropical country.
It's hard for you to believe
that, but you will be convinced
of tho fact if you will visit us
on tho 17th. Thon you will
see tho goods with tho prices
marked on them in plain
figures and thoso aro the
prices you may buy thorn at,
not less, because wo mark them
in the first instance at just tho
prico wp can afford to sell
Remombor tho 17th.
LateBtJU.S. Gov't Report.
is our now inscctitudo 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. Tho great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where thoir 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, wo refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON" DRUG, CO. -
By virtu o of a Writ of Execution issued
out of tho Circuit Court, on tho Gth day of
December, A. D. 180.", against Ah Lcong,
defendant, in fivor of Andrew McCabe,
plaintiff, for tho sum of $89.50, 1 havo levied
upon and shall exposo for salo at tho Station
HouBoiutho District of Honolulu, Island
ofOnhii, at 12o'clookof Tuesday, the 11th
day of February, A. D 1890, to tho highost
bidder, all tho right, title and interest ot
tho said Ah Lcong, dofondant, in and to tho
following property, unless said judgmont,
ntercst, costs ana my oipenscs bo previous
List of property for sale :
Consisting of leasehold intorests, rights
and privileges in a certain land situate at
Kulawahtno, Honolulu,- Oahu, described
and recorded in Liber 124, p. 239; and lease
hold interests, rights and privileges in a
certain land situate at same place, described
and recorded iu Liber 124, p. 301.
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 8, 1890. 103-3t
This salo has boon postponed to
Mystic Lodge No. 2,
Knights of Pythias.
AT THE REGULAR CONVENTION
of MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P., to bo
hold at their Castle Hall THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, at 7.30 tho Amplified Third
Rank will be conferred.
v All Knights qualified aro cordially invited
Per ordor of tho C. C.
A. E. MURPHY,
ALL BILLS AGAINST TnE ROAD
Department contracted beforo December 31,
1895, should be prosented to the ofllco of
the Road Board immediately for paymont.
Signed W. n. OUMMINGS.
Honolulu, February 11th, 1870.
THE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF DR.
I A R Rnwat, 205 King street consisting
of a lot 100x200, 7 room dwelling house,
excellent s'ubles, carriage hoube, chicken
house, servant rooms etc.; nil new, will bo
sold furulshod or unfurnished, terms easy.
Enquire of A R ROWAT.
AMORY COMPANY O, FIRST
REGIMENT, N. G. H.
Honolulu, Fobrunry 11, 1890.
Company Omieils No. 3.
PURSUANT TO SPECIAL ORDEUS
-No 2, Issued from General Headquar
ters February Sth, 1896, all members
of this Command aro hereby notified to
report ai uompany-s quarters in mill
8hed THIS (Wedncuday) EVENINOFebrua
ryl'J, 181H5, at 7.80 o'clok In fatigue uniform
and eldo arms, for tho election of I Captain,
Company C, N G 11, I First Lieutenant and 1
Captain Commanding Company O, First
Regiment, NG II. 223-lt
SPECIAL SALE I
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big Cut in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Night Gowns, from 50o. up.
Ladies' Skirts from 50o. up.
Chomises, 3 for $1.00.
Oiir $4.00 Night Gowns, made
of Fino Cambric and Linon
Torchon Laco, will go for $2.25.
If You "Want Fine Underwear
Ax Half Price, NOW is your time.
JCRemcmbor these prices aro
POSITIVELY FOR JDNE WEEK ONLY.
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Street, -
Havo kindly tendered t tho G. A. R. Post of Fonolnlu a Benofit,
to tako place on
Wednesday Evening. Feb, 12th.
NEW AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS.
The Vetorans of '01 to '05, for the first timo, invito Ampricans to "chip in, each a
mito," that this Post may bo ablo to enlarge their Burial Plot in Nuuanu Cemetery, and,
it puusiuiu, muiuuBo mult iuuu iu tuu tuiiui
Tickots on Bale- at Hawaiian News Co.,
Golden Rule Bazaar.
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Just Received per S. 8. Mouowal f
600 COCOANDTS Already Sprouted
Of tho Klu Lea (Dwarf) Vnriety of tho
. Kamoan Islands. Also, ,
100 Breadfruit Trees
Or THE raKST VAIUETY.
SubBcribo for tho Evening Bul
AT HALF PBICE.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fino Cambric, Valonci
onno Laces, will go for. . .$1.75.
Onr$2.75 Chomise, mado of
Fine Cambric, Valouciennes
Laco, will go for $1.50.
Geo. W. De Long Post
G. A.. R.
ui uuBurvuiK veterans ana inoir widows
$1.00. Gallery, .50 Cents.
Wall, Nichols Co., Hobron Drug (Jo and
' m. i
DON'T HEglTp MOMENT
About the best place to buy
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo alr 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
, lit Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Woianao 1 50 1 25
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW. '
Honolulu, II. 1.
QT Office : 114 Merchant street. lW-tf