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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUAItY 13, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tonight at 8.
13nnd concert at Thomas square
Tomplar, meots tonight.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will
havo rohearsal tonight at tho usual
AtWirth's circus tonight tho
monster program o last night
will ho repeated.
J. P. Olay will shortly occupy
tho Kapona cottago on Nuuanu
Tho bark S. G. Wilder was to
sail for San Francisco at 4 o'clock
A now slaughtor house is to bo
erected at Iwiloi by tho Metro
politan Meat Company.
Secretary S.B. Roso of Wildor's
Steamship Co. is on duty again
after a brief indisposition.
On complaint of Mrs. Rod
riguez, a native was arrested this
morning for assault and battery.
Tho adultery trial of Albert
Edsman and Elisa Claassons will
bo tried on "Washington's birth
day. J. T. Watorhouso is still in
poor health, that provontod his
attendance at tho Board of Health
Royal Arch Chapter of the Ma
sonio order meots tonight and will
havo work in tho Royal Arch de
gree. Tho Hawaiian band and orches
tra will assist at tho Kamoharaoha
girl's entertainment on Saturday
Beginning this evening, "Wirth's
circus will givo a sories of .fare
well porformances,prior to leaving
for Japan on tho 21st.
Captain Camara and Lieuten
ant Costa were ro- elected as officers
of Company 0 last night. E.
Silva was olocted second liouten
Tho Kilohana Art Loaguo will
givo a rocoption to Mr. Hilliard,
tho visiting Araorican artist, and
his sistor: Mrs. Trumbull, at 8
o'clock this evening.
Mr. Cowan has juBt received an
. elegant lino of now tablo delica
cies, in tho way of picklos, pre
serves, canned fruits, otc. Cowan's
up to the times.
There was a mooting of tho
Board of Education yostorday.
The business dono was mostly
financial, in anticipation of the
meoting of tho Legislature.
Reserved seats for tho Kamoha
moha Girls' sohool entertainment
at Independence Park on Satur
day evening aro tor saio at tno
Hobron Drug Co.
Miss Kate Field will givo "An
Evoning with Dickons" atKauma
kapili Church on tho 25th inst. A
portion of the receipts from tho
entertainment will bo devoted to
tho Free Kindergarten Society.
Among tho guests of tho United
Chinese Society yostorday wore
Attorney General W. O. Smith,
U. S. Consul-Genoral Mills and
AV. 0. Weodon, mauagor for J. T.
The reception given to "W. H.
Hilliard. tho artist, and his sister.
by tho members of tho Kilohana
Art Loaguo takes place this even
ing at 8 o'clock. There will be a
litorarv and musical procram in
connection with tho rocoption.
Many boys made their UBual
Chinese Now Year's visits around
China-town yestorday. Most of
thorn managed to fill their pockets
with cigars and other konohi
A large brown oaglo is reported
to havo boon recently taken near
Liverpool, Eng. The measure
ment of tho bird iB said to bo
tlirnn fnnf. liirrli find HOVOn foot
from tip to tip of wings, and it
weighs thirty poundB.
Major Soward'B horso, which
was tied on Merchant street this
morning, got scared at a piece of
papor whioh was flying about, and
broko his fastening. Ho made
good running down Merchant
Btroot, but was afterwards captured.
No damage except to tho head
stall. Seven Ohinoso woro before tho
Police Court this rhorning, charg
ed with being common nuisances.
This offense consisted in lotting
off fire-orackors in tho street.
""They pleaded guilty, gave $50 bail
oaoh and haB thoir sentences Bus-ponded.
Pretty gardon hats aro to bo
soon at Mrs. Hauna's, Fort st.
Chief Clerk J. A. Hassingor of
tho Interior Office, who 1ms been
confined to his homo for some
days by sickness, is improving.
Two natives woro arrested this
morning for malicious injury and
mischief in throwing stones into c
Chinese storo yestorday.
A silver stick pin has boon
found. Apply1 at tho business
office of this papor, 009 King
Tho regular quarterly meeting
of tho Union Feed Company,
Limited, will bo hold at tho com
pany's offico on Saturday uoxt at
10 a. m.
The appeal case of O. Henry
White, convicted in tho lower
court of assaulting a police officer,
comes up for tho Circuit Court
Four Ohinoso Now Year drunks
paid tho usual fine this morning
in Judge do la Vorgno's court, but
thoy woro not of Ohinoso nation
ality. C. Lohmannj tho popular tailor,
has removed Ins shop to opposite
Oastlo & Cookojs on Bothol street.
Mr. Lohmanu is jotting in now
goodB and finds his old quarters
too small for his increasing busi
ness. G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best faotory references.
Ordors loft at Hawaiian News Co.
and tho Wall, Nichols Co.
will recoivo prompt attontion.
Tlophono Nos: 234, 190 and
ItEDPATII IS CAPTURED.
Tho Yoelil Nprnjr nml Ilcr Ciilitalu In
At a Into hour last night tho
police received intelligence to tho
offoct that Lionol V. Redpath, for
whom a warrant is out for om
bozzling funds from tho Ha
waiian Gazette Company, had
been located noar Waiauao.
Tho information was that tho
yacht Spray was anchored about
six miles out from Waianao and
that with Captain Paddy Curtis
were Redpath and anothor man.
Instructions woro sent to Wai
anao to koop tho authorities hero
posted as to tho wheroabouts
of tho yacht, and some
officers woro sent to Waiauao to
arrest tho party if thoy attempt
ed to land.
Nothing 'more was hoard from
Waianao until 8 o'clock this morn
ing when a telephone messago re
ported tho yacht to bo closo to that
place. It was decided to cot
tho tug ready and make the
arrest at once. Tho necessary
orders wore given and at 9 o'clock
Deputy-Marshal Hitchcock and
throe officers left tho city on the
Elou in pursuit of tho fast little
yacht which has given rovonuo
and other officers so much troublo
At 1:15 p. m. a messago from
Deputy -Marshal Hitchcock was
received by tho senior captain of
police, stating that tho whole
party was arrested, and that as
soon as tho men had had lunch ho
would Btart on the return trip. Ho
stated that ho would bring tho
whole party with him and tow tho
Spray to Honolulu, expecting to
get back about 4 o'clock.
AWNU.VIj MEETING o'p COMPANY D.
Old Offlcori Ite-elccted and How Com
Lieutenant Bergstrom presided
at the annual meoting of Com
pany D., N. G. H., hold last even
ing and J. Effinger and S. L.
RumBey woro unanimously ro
olootod aB soorotary and treasurer
Tho following committees woro
Finance Messrs. Fred Oat,
Ohas. McCarty and Ed. Mo
Inorny. Range Messrs. G. Goar, Mc
Kinnoy and O. Crane.
Investigation Messrs. S. L.
Rumsoy, Crozior and Eftingor.
Armory Messrs. William Nott,
Charlock and Porter.
Applications for membership
woro ballottod on and Geo. Maoy,
Louis Whiting, 'Wm. Horriok,
Oho8tor DoylOj O. 0. Johnson and
W. W. HarriB elected. Several
now applications woro posted and
' Tho entertainment committee,
which is getting up the minstrol
performance to be given shortly,
After adjournment a gonuinoly
Bocial time was had by tho mem
bers, in which music and singing
Highost of rf II iu Leavoning Power. LatestJU.S. Gov't Report.
Death orMrx. n. ITIi Whitney.
Mrs. Cathorino March, wifo of
Hon. H. M. Whitney, tho votoran
journalist, died at 4:10 yostorday
afternoon. Sho had been an in
valid for four yoars. Mrs. Whit
ney was a native of Portsmouth,
N. H., and was 70 years of ago.
Much sympathy will bo felt for
Mr. Whitney, whoso partnor
tho lamented lady had boon
for forty-fivo years, also with
tho four surviving children, to
whom sho had boon a model
mother. Thoro woro sovon child
ren in thofainily,tho8olivingbeing:
Mrs. KoUy of Oakland, Cal.; Mrs.
W. W. Goodalo of Papaikou, Ha
waii; Harry M. Whitney of Ho
nolulu, and Fred. Whitnoy, a
resident of tho United States.
Mrs. Whitnoy was an activo and
pious member of tho Bethel
Union, now merged in tho
Central Union church. Tho 1imo
of tho funoral will bo announced
oftor Harry's return from Kauai,
whore ho wont tho first of tho
H. Hackfold it Co. advertise a
fresh importation of "Sauorbrun
non," the celebrated rainoral wator
which is used so extensively hero.
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
at tho Paciflc mail wharf, auction
eer Morgan will sell to tho highost
bidder 2015 barrels of Portland
cement ox bark J. O. Pfiugor. y
Tho remains of Mrs. H.M.Whit
noy havo boon placed in on ico
casket awaiting tho roturn of Mr.
Harry Whitnoy who is on a two
wooks vacation on Kauai. Tho
funoral will tako place aftor his
arrival; due notice will bo given
through this papor. Tho funoral
arrangements aro undor tho man
agement of Edward A. Williams.
Ono thing that has boon 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 proprietor of tho
largest hardware, crockery and
in the islands we begin busi
ness with tho viow to secur
ing your patronage. Wo cau
got it in ono 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. Wo ore
going to get your trade 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
same plan. To start right wo
took tho prices of our competi
tors on tho same lino of goods,
and in most instances cut them
n two somo of them only a
quarter off, nono tho samo, tho
average is half off what other
dealers got you to pay for
thorn. Wo can do this and
make 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 boliovo
that, but you will bo convinced
of tho Jact if you will visit us
on tho 17th. Then you will
seo the goods with tho prices
marked on them in plain
figures and those aro tho
prices you may buy thorn at,
not loss, because wo mark them
in the first instance at just tho
price wo can afford to sell
Remember tho 17th.
is our now insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to uso. Tho great
value of Rougli-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, whero thoir nests are,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up thoir 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.
ALL BILLS AGAINST THE KOAD
Depnrtmont contracted before December 31,
1893, should bo presented to tho office of
the Hoad Board immediately for pnyment.
Signed W. H.CUMMINGS,
Honolulu, February 11th, 1870.
THE RESIDENCE PKOPEUTY OP Dlt.
I A It Itowot, 205 King street, consisting
ot a lot 100x200, 7 room dwelling house,
excellent s'ablcs, carriage house, chicken
house, servant rooms etc; all new, will bo
sold furnitthod or unfurnished, terms easy.
Enquire of A It HO WAT.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
ffletoopolifen BJeaS Go.
Y.M.C.A. Lecture Course
Saturday, February 15th,
AT 7:45 O'CLOCK P. M.
"Value of a Drainage
Bv Dit. N. B. Emeksok.
.A-dmission, - 25c.
Mombors Y. M . 0. A. 1'reo:
The regular Quartorly Meeting of the
Union Feed Company, Ltd., will be held at
tho Company's ofllce on Saturday, tho 15th
inst, at JO o'clock n. m.
V. K. VIDA,
Secretary Union Feed Co, , Ld.
A Silvor Stiok Piu. Ownor may havo
samo by calling at tho Bulletin Ofllco nud
paying for this advertisement.
to opposite Castlo & Cooke's,
on Bethel street,
BETWEEN KINQ AND HOTEL 8TS.
SPECIAL SALE .!
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big Cut in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Night Gowns, from 50c.
Lfiuios' Skirts from COc.
Ohomisos, 3 for 1
Our &1.00 Night Gowub, niado
of Fino Cambric and Linon
Torchon Laco, will go for 82,
If You "Want
At Half Price,
SFl!cnieinbor these prices aro
520, Fort Stroot,
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
A New Shipment
Just to hand por
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
On SATUHDAY, Feb. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.f
At tho Pacific Mnil Wharf, I will sell at
Publio Auction, (or account of whom it
may concern tho following
Damaged by salt water on voyaoo of im
portation ox German bark "J. O. rilugor,"
F. Wolters, master, from Bremen:
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Jns. F. Morgan,
AT HALF PRICE.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fino Cambric, Vnlonci
onno Laces, will go for. . .1.75.
Our $2.75 Chemise, mado of
Lnco, will ad for S1.50.
NOW is your time.
fcONE WEEK ONLY.
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DON'T Hr$TJTE MOMENT
About tliu liet place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
Take an Outing-
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Trains will leave at 9:15 a. si.
and 1:45 r. M., nrrivinp in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
' lit Claes 2d Clasa
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
Cl. T Wm MV2 W
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. 1,
tST Omco : 114 Merchant utreet. llM-tf
Owing to tho fact that the stoamor with
which tho arrangements hao beon made to v
convoy tho Circus to Japan not leaving tin.
ui rouruury -jisi, jur. Winn wisncs to an
nounce a series of
When the same grand programme of last
etoulng will bo presented.
Btill creator nrocramme.
larflaturday two performances. PobI
lively Last Matinoo iu Honolulu at 3 p. m.
Doors open at 2. For the convenience of
schoolohildren and families, children will
bo admitted to all parts of the pavilion for
Evoning porformanoe at 8. Prices as
UBual; chain 76 cents; gallery 25 cents.