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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
George II. Robertson returned
from Maui this morning.
Band concort at Emma square
this afternoon at 4:30.
Tho Olaudino brought C572
sacks o BUgar on this trip.
For salo a fast sail-boat, apply
on ship W. F. Babcock. St.
Are wo to havo any celebration
of Washington's birthday this
Circus matineo at 3. Doora
open at 2. Ohildron 10 cents.
Tho two Portuguese newspapers
of the city have got tired of quar
reling and havo consolidated.
The circus will givo perform
ances on Monday and "Wednesday
evenings of noxt wook.
Nativo communicants of St.
Andrew's Cathedral havo elected
David Piiauaia as lay reader.
Robert Lishman advertises
' homo made butter for Bale. Telo
Two horsos are for salo. Tolo
phoiio tho Bulletin's business
Among the Claud ino's passeng-
ors from Maui wore 0. B. "Wells,
P. F. Phillips and Fred Cartor.
3h' The Mariposa did not got away
UUU1 I U UlUlilk 111DI UIJUljUII.Uj
t--, ' to tho largo amount of coal to bo
' tak'on on.
Dr. N. B. Emerson lectures at
Y. M. 0. A. hall at 7:30 this oven-
ing on "The Valuo of a Drainage
' An announcement in anothor
column tolls about tho oponing
of "W. "W. Dimoud's now store on
King street on Monday morning.
Company B shoota its roturn
match with tho Hilo Citizens'
Guard this afternoon at tho Maki
Tho Second Battalion drill on
tho parade grounds, undor com
mand of Major Jones, drew quite
an attendance of spectator.
Representative E. E. Richards
writes that the Hawaiian legisla
tive delegation will be down on
tho next Iiinau.
.- A starch bath will aid to soften
f and whiten tho skin. It is made
by dissolving half a pound o
starch in wator, and adding it to
Mibs Kate Field gave a dinner
to Minister and Mrs. "Willis, Consul-
Gonoral and Mrs. Mills and
B. F. Dillingham last evening at
tho Hawaiian hotel.
Tho funeral of Mrs. H. M.
"Whitney will tako place from tho
family residenco in King streot at
half past throe o'clock p. m. on
J. M: Dowsott bought tho piece
of real ostote at Makona lauding,
Maui, which was Bold at Marshal's
salo today at noon. Tho price
paid was S127.50.
Y. M. C. A. praiso sorvico at
G:30 p. m. tomorrow tho 10th will
bo conducted by "W. L. Howard.
Subject: "Tho Wages of Sin. The
Gift of God." Rom. 6:23.
Rev. H. "W. Pock will deliver
the second of his series of lectures
on Romanism at tho Methodist
church tomorrow evening. Tho
(articular subject will be "Tho
'rotonsions and History of tho
Private Elwin of Company B in
practice at Makiki butts yesterday
mado two scores, one of 47 and
tho other of 50. Tho latter has
' novor boon equaled in Hawaii, 40
being tho nearest.
Dr. J. H. Raymond and Dr. D.
M.Gedgo and family camo over on
the Olaudino this morning. Tho
latter is a brother of N. F. Godgo
of this city, and has como from
San Francisco to practice.
No definite news concerning
tho arrival of a vessel to roliovo
tho U. S. S. Bennington was ro
, coived by yesterday's mailj and it
is probable she will remain hore
for some months yet.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Juno Davis, charged with
maliciously assaulting one Sophio
Rodriguez at Kalihiwaoua with
intent to commit rape, waived ex
amination and was committed for
trial at tho Circuit Court.
An informal surprise party was
given to Fred. L. Waldron, on his
roturn from a threo weeks' tour of
Hawaii last evening, at Mb cottage
" in Dr. McGrew's grounds. There
woro present Messrs. Lloyd, Cook,
Meyer, Brown, Thompson, Wald
ron, Walliu and others. A very
onjoyable ovoning was spent in
singing, music and whist.
Ah Hing, who is accused of
being a gross cheat, will havo his
trial on tho nineteenth.
Kamaki pleaded guilty of as
sault and battery this morning
and was finod $3 and S3 costs by
Judgo do la "Vorgno.
Those Garden Hats aro going
faBt at Mrs. Hanna's. If you
want ono como early, thoy aro
quito in fashion.
Tho Olaudino brought over a.
crazy nativo from Maui, who is
kopt at tho Polico Station ponding
In Judgo do la Vorgno's Court
this morning tho chargo against
Pat Foo of conducting a lottery
was dismissed. Ho then pleaded
guilty to a chargo of having ohofa
tickets in his possession and was
fined $25 and costs.
Commissioner Marsdon received
a letter from Gardener Rhodes,
now on Molokai, this morning in
which ho roports that good pro
gress is being made in tho pro
Eirations for troo culturo at tho
O. B. Ripley is preparing plans
for a row of ono story brick stores
to bo built in tho near future on
tho Love proporty on Fort street.
Tho buildings will havo stono
fronts and tho walls will bo sub
stantial enough to carry a second
story when need.
The regular band concert by tho
Hawaiian band will tako placo this
afternoon at Emma square at 4:30,
with tho following program:
I March "King Cotton" 8oua
1 Overture "Trn Dlayolo" Aubcr
3 Dunce "Maiizanlllo" Rosas
4 Fantasia "The Klrnls" Pctteo
5 March "Commence tho Bait" Coote
6 Quadrille "Scotch Melodies" Wood
Excursion & Dance
FEBRUARY 2 2d, 1896.
Tickets $1.00 for Snlo ot Hart & Co. and
Tluassa'wiU incot train on roturn from lha
amBJameJa fScJool foi frig,
Benefit of Kohala Seminary,
February 15, '96, 8 o'clock
1. Overture "Concerto" Sammer
2. Chorus "Spirit Immortal" (Attila)
3. Violin 8olo "Potpourlo" (Bohem
ian Girl) Balfb
Mag tret Elnora Sturgeon.
4. Ladles' Chorus "81on Heard of It"
(Tho Lord Is King) Barnby
Boprauo Obllgato, Lydln Aholo
5. Vocal Solo "Angel's Serenade"....
Violin Obllgato, M. E. Stugcon;
0, Ladles' Voices "Spinning Chorus"
(Flying Dutchman) Wagner
Kamebameha Girls' School.
Intermezzo, Hawaiian Orchestra.
7, Piano Duct "Plzzlcatl" Deblles
Lena Roscwarno,' Helen Desha.
8. Vocal Solo "Scrcnado" Schubert
0. Cantata' -The Rainbow"
Light, Julia Howell, Red, Lydla Aholo;
orange, Maria Richmond; yellow, Esther
Paakaula: green, Helen Kalola; blue,
Mary Kamal; Indigo, RoseAnahu, vio
let, Maggie Anahu.
10. Ladles' Volnes-"Bridal Chorus"
(Lohengrin) ,. Wagner
Kamchameha Girls' School:
K. O. S. Call.
. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every S-aturday ovening, for
Ilighost of all m Loiivoning Powr Latest LT.S. Gov't Ronort. trn. j.a! .-4. .'ZsH
DjJgaltillS SPECIAL SALE! I
I I Jtw22! PcWdCT ladies' Muslin Underwear I
adso wtcnr tut
A Olerer Dun.
If I should die tonight,
And you should como to my cold corpse,
Weary and heartsick over my lifeless clay:
111 should die tonight,
And you should come In doepest grief and
And say, "'Here's that Flfty-Ttro Fifty that I
I might arlso In my targe white cravat,
And say, "What's that?"
If 1 should die tonight,
And you should come to my fold corpse- and
Clasping my bier to show tho grief you feci:
I say If I should die tonight,
And you should come to mo there and then,
Just even hint 'bout paying me that "ten,"
I might arise tho while.
But I'd drop dead again.
Special Matinee at 2 p. m.
For Ladles and Children.
All childron admitted to nil parts of tho
Entire Change of Programme.
All tho old favorites in now acts!
The Usual Popular Prices 1
Doors Opon nt 7, Performance at 8.
Monday Evening, Feb. 17,
Grand Complimentary Benefit to
Tendered by his Honolulu triends.
Last performance but ono. No perform
LAST PERFORMANCE IN HONOLULU.
As Mr. Wirth has arranged to loavo with
the Company on tho Japan steamer on
Thursday. Don't miss your opportunity.
It's a lot of bother keeping
promises when a big-store like
ours has to bo made ready and
filled with tho choicest goods
from the United States and
The store will bo open on
Monday, but the goods will
not be as well arranged as wo
had promised; the time was
too short, so wo havo done the
best wo could under tho cir
cumstances. The departments aro fairly
well-filled and thero will bo no
delay in waiting on you and
filling your orders. Wo'vo ar
ranged that part of the busi
ness better than we havo the
stock. Tho latest in cash car
riers and some wido-awako
clerks will look after you, but
you will novor bo asked to buy.
Tho goods aro for your inspec
tion, and you nro welcome at
all times to como in and ad
mire, to buy if they suit you
and tho prices aro right.
You will find tho store di
vided into departments and
you can bco at a glance where
tho article you want is to bo
found there's no mixing up
of goods hardware is with
hardware and glasswaro with
glass, not with .crockery or
Tho second floor is princi
pally for housefurnishing goods
novelties in those lines that
will surprise you. Tako eleva
tor at rear of tho store near tho
Von Holt Building.
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. Tho great
value of llough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the 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
HOBKON DRUG, CO.
Under instructions from tho Hawaiian Got
ernment, 1 will ucll nt l'ublio Auction,
at tho Judiciary Building, in tho
former Legislative Hall, on
Monday, Feb'y 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Cut G-lass and
FltOM THE IlEIONS OF
Comprising a Largo Variety of Histori
Jas. F. Moroan,
220 td Auctioneer.
Queen Sreot, Honolulu'
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
Furnlslied Tor Building All Classes of
Machinery Hepalr Work, and,
lteconstructlon or Remodel-
inj; Old Plants.
Iron, Dross, Phoaphor-Dronzo, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lead Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast Iron and Steel Columns,
Iron and Steel Girders and Trussos,
Gratings, Doors and Shutters, and a gonor
al lino of Iron und Brass Work forbulldings
of all classes. Ships' Blacksmith Work done
with neatness and diopatoh. All workman
ship guaranteed first clab's, and atprioos
that havo been hitherto unknown on tho
Island Ordors will recoive prompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Proprietor,
1 O. JIojc 457.
Telephones; Onico, S78; Works. 013.
Big Out in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
i i w
Night Gowns from 50c. up.
Ladies' Skirts, from 50o. up.
OhomiBOB, 3 for $1.00.
Our $4.00 Night Gowns, mado
o Fine. Cambric and Linen
Torchon Laco, will go for S2.25.
If You "Want Pine Underwear
At Half Price, NOW is your time.
Wltcmcmbor those prices aro
POSITIVELY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot,
Grand Closing M Sale
Beginning March 2d.
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
2 Don't Forgot the Date March 2, 1896. 0
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
Y.M.C.A. Lecture Course
Saturday, February 15th,
AT 7:45 O'CLOCK I M.
"Value of a Drainage
llv Dk. N. B. Emeksok,
A.dmision, - 25c.
1 Members Y. M. O. A. Froo.
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE
Woodlawu Fruit Company, Limited, will be
lield at tho olllco of J. H, Walker ou Tuuday,
February 18, at 1U o'clock a. m.
J. 8. WALKEIt,
AT HALF PRICE.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fine Cambric, Valonci
onno Laces, will go for. . .$1.75.
Our $2.75 Chomise, mado of
Laco, will go for $1.50.
has been Remarked
519 FORT STREET
DON'T HE$TJTE BOW-NT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . . . .
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will lcnvo nt 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 r. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 8:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clans !M Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwaPlaututiou... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
ALL BILLS AGAINST TI1E HOAD
Department contracted before Decomlr31,
1805, should be presented to the office of
tho Itoad Board immediately for payment.
Bignod W. U.OUMMIHG8,
. . Jwau anpervitor.
Honolulu, Jbeurunry litli, 187
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