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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUARY 17, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Clmngos of program nt tho cir
cus this evoning.
Sovon drunks woro arrostod on
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, 1J. nnd
A. M., moots tonight.
For salo1 a fast sail-boat, apply
on ship "W. F. Babcock. 'St.
Lahl Sing will do his. Lost to
1 ploaso bis audionoo tonight
Zamlocb is entertaining largo
audioncos at tho different townB
Tho excursion and danco nt
Itomond Grovo comes off next
Tho Now England dinner at
Haaloloajawn comes off on Fri
The (zovornmont band will play
at Emma squaro thiB ovoning at
tho usual hour.
The Australia is duo from San
Francisco on Friday, and will
loavo again on tho 2Gth.
Tho first number of "0 Luso,"
tho consolidated Portuguese nowB
papor, has been receivod nt this
Prof. Cook hnB jiiBt compoBod
and published a very protty little
piece for tho piano entitlod "First
Senators Rice and "Wilcox of
Kauai aro already on hand for
tho Legislature, having arrived
by tho Mikahala.
When you have picturo framing
done at King Bros , you got tho
benefit of fifteen years' experience
without extra charge.
Among tho arrivals on tho
Uiowora was James Price, a bal
loonist, who is figuring on giving
some exhibitions horo.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontnl
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
sheet, tolcphuno No. 615. Ottico
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.ii.
That ouo deer does duty in
many an advonturo is proved by
tho fact that a deer shot in "Wold,
Mo., tho other day was carrying
olovon bullets in its body.
Grabowski is tho suggestive
namo of tho man who mado tho
most raonoy on tho Russian turf
this year. Ho has tho beBt racing
stable in tho country, and cleared
Meohnnics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torms: 25
and 50 conts per night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
A largo number of Chinese
from AVaianao. Ewa and Pearl
City, took advantage of tho low
rates on tho Onhu railway to pay
a visit to their friends in town
yesterday and vico versa.
Minister and Mrs. "Willis will
give a rocoption on Thursday
afternoon at i o'clock to tho visit
ing ofiicors of tho United States
army and general AVarfiold of tho
California Nntional Guard.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, can
furnish best faotory roforonces.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
and tho "Wall, Nichols Co.
will receive prompt attention.
Tolophono Nos: 234, 190 and
Tho postponed match between
tho first and second teams of tho
Sharpshooters will take place on
Saturday afternoon at tho Associ
ation range, which will bo open
during tho week for the members
to practice. Company B raon
will bo offored n chanco to study
tho lightB and shades of thiB
Tho Boston Daily Globe of Oct
ober 31st prints an account of
Fanning's Island and tho recent
trip of George B. Groig to San
Francisco, in the courso of which
it mentions that Captain Harry
English died about thirty years
ago. Tho captain denies this in
person, and wants everybody to
know that ho is still very much
Ono of tho best performances
of the ontiro sorioB wns given by
th6 circus on Saturday ovoning.
Now wrinkloB wero imparted to
nearly all the Btock acts, so that
they had an air of novelty oven to
those who had been at many pre
vious performances. Great en
thusiasm from first to last Was
evinced by tho spectators, who,
crowded the tent with tho ex
ception of a few soats in tho re
served section. Many prominent
citizens wore prosont.
A fow more of those choap hats
at Mrs. Hanna's on Fort st.
Marshal Brown was up a little
whilo yesterday for tho first timo.
Tho annual meeting of tho 1. 1.
S. N. Co. will bo hold on March
Mr. Morgan ndds afPoarl City
lot on Lohiia-avonno to his real
sstato column. , ;
Tho informal hop of Companies
B and D "comesoff at the drill
shod on the 27th.
A Japanoso was arrestodby jln
Bpootor Maoy this, morning for
driving without a liconso. '
Keoni Paioa iB under arrest for
sfoaling a $30 watch and chain
from ono Kailo. Ho will havo
his trial on Friday.
Pictures ropairod and refitted
with now paper margins which
covers those unsightly spots at
King liros., Hotel Btroot.
A fino assortment of Island
views colored nnd uncolored.
Special orders iakon for coloring
photos. King Bros, Hotol St.
Tomorrow is tho last day of tho
spocial Underwear Balo at N. S.
Sachs'. "Why not securo some of
tho bargains boforo it is too
Dr. McLennan passed a good
night and is doing as well as his
physicians can expect and his
many friends hope. Ho is freo
from f over now, and if nono super
venes his recovery will bo certain
If tho "Ward damages case is
completed in time, tho trial of
Archibald "Wolsh for manslaught
er will begin this afternoon. Ho
was engineor of tho train that
jumped tho rails on "Wailuku
plantation and killed a man.
Judge Carter on Saturday grant
ed Fosan a divorco against his
wifo Knala on tho ground of adul
tery. Edings for petitioner; de
fendant in person.
Tho libel for separation of Luka
against Paaluhi was dismissed on
motion of tho petitioner, tho par
ties having becomo reconciled.
Mngoon for plaintiff; O. Brown for
Judge Perry is still hearing
Mrs. Ward's road dam ago suit
against tho Government. It is
going to tho jury this afternoon.
Mr. Kinney wns making his clos
ing address for tho plaintiff at
2 o'clock, being interpreted into
Hawaiian by his follow counsel,
Plnce to fllcet.
A caucus of all tho Senators
and Representatives now in town
is being held in tho assembly
hall of tho Executive building
this afternoon. It is for tho pur
poso of discussing n mora suitable
place of meeting for tho Senate
than that body had at
tho snooial session last year.
This is a matter agitated ox
chiBively by tho Bulletin amongst
the newspapers. Senator Henry
AVatorhouse, mot going to tho
mooting, said tho room in tho
Foreign Department simply would
not do. .besides tho inconveni
ence to the public, tho Senators
woro strickon with colds at the
KnleliU of Pythlai Social'
On Thursday ovoning of this
wook the officers and members of
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, Knights of
Pythias, will give a social and
danco nt thoir hall on Fort
stroet, the occasion being tho
anniversary of tho birth of
tho Order in the United States
of America juBt after tho civil
war. Tho order was established
in these islands in tho yoar 1871,
Oahu No. 1 holding tho charter as
pioneer lodge. There aro no
written invitations to tho social,
and tho fraternity is asked to ac
cept this notice as a general in
vitation to all brother knights,
thoir familios and friends.
Tho Hawaiian band will givo its
usual concert at Emma square this
evening at 7 :80 o'clock.
1 March "National Guard of Hawaii"
2 Herture-Wni!amTell" Rossini
3 Finale "I.ucla" Donizetti
i Selection "Marltana' ' Waken
5 Medley "On Broadwaj" liojer
0 Duet "Excelsior" (now) Halle
7 Polka "Hannah" Knhner
8 WalU "Tho Tyrolean".., Zcller
Highost of all iu Luavoning Power.
JOINT HIILITAItT DANCE.
Companies II and 1 Will Give an
Tho drill Bhod will prosont ft
gay appoaranco on Thursday ovon
ing, tho 27th, tho night of tho joint
informal hop to bo given under
tho auspices of Companies B
and D. Music will bo fur
nished by tho Quiiitotto Club and
light refreshments will bo served
during tho overling.
Tho nllnir will bo entirely an
informal ono, and tickets may bo
obtained of the committee at SI
each for gontlomon, who may es
cort as many ladies ns they
It is intended to give ono of
thoao informal dancos ovory other
J. H. Conoy has earned a
feather in his cap since ho bo
camo acting shoriff of Kauai in
tho nbsonco of Mr. "Wilcox. In n
few days after tho burglary of Mr.
Bishop's storo ho located tho
stolon goods and arrosted the two
guilty persons. Tho principal
was a boy of 11 and his nbbotor
ono of id years. Uoth pleaded
guilty in tho District Court.
Tho Event of tho Season
A Tribute to Talent.
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENE
FIT TENDERED TO
THE EMVEUOll OF THE AUENA.
A Magnificent Programme
And first appearance of Little MURIEL
WIHT1I in her new Serpentine dance.
First Time of the
all llie members
Read Tonight's Program.
1. Overture Orchestra:
2. Grand bnttontu leaping over hones
by tuo company, lou by Laui mug.
3. Oracoful porforumnco on tne
trapeze by jmbio Bt. 1eon.
4. The Educated sorrel ponies Cnfliio
nnd Sunshlno introduced by Mr. Moutgoa
ery. 5, The Lilliputians in thoir musical
success "My Best Girl's a Corker."
0. Principal Somersault equestrian act
by Lahl Sing.
7. A few moments with the comiquos.
8. Courior of St. Fotorsburp on four
torsos, Alt St Leon.
0. The versatilo Nellie Lyndhuret on
the high wiro.
10. Knchail and his flyiuc steed.
11. Graceful and pleasing serpentine
danoe by Muriel 'Wirtli. (Note: seventy
fivo yards of silk aro contained in the skirt
oi tins costume)
12. Tho aorial marvels, Alborto
Burns, on the double trapozo.
13. Lahl Sing, tho champion, as
I Intermission of 10 minutes.
14. Orcrture, orchestra.
10. Exerrlses on tho horizontal bar by
members of tho company, led by Lahl Sing.
16. Graceful poses on two horses, Ming
Ida Vernou and Mr P II Montgomery.
17. Clown's entree,
18. Muriel Wirth's finished and grace
ful porformanco as tho flowor girl.
11), Ground and lofty tumbling by mem
bers of tho Company,
20. Patriotic sconio act on horseback,
Alt St Leon.
21. First time of the double ladder act
by tho lady and gentleman members of the
22. Daring and dashing Nelllo
hurst in her thrilling piok-up act.
23. Tho Lilliputians on tho carpet.
21. And concluding with tho oxcltini
realistio and fun creatine steeplechase
which all the members of the company will
Tickets for Lahl Sing's benoflt can be pur
chased and leserved between 10 and 5
o'clook today, nt the Circus box offlco,
without extra ohargo. Thoso who havo
already bought seats aro requested to come
to tho offlco and havo their soats reservod.
: Wednesday :
Positively tho Last Performance.
Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
is our new insectitude 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 use. Tho great
value of Kough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, whero their nests are,
and thus destroy the eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what we claim, we refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Prico 25c.
Got it of
HOBRON DRUG; CO.
It's a lot of bother keeping
promises when a big storo like
ours has tobe mado ready and
filled with tho choicest goods
from the United States and
The storo will bo open on
Monday, but tho goods will
not be as well arranged as wo
had promised; tho timo was
too short, so wo havo done the
best wd could under the cir
cumstances. Tho departments aro fairly
well-filled and there will bo no
delay in waiting on you and
filling your orders. We've ar
ranged that part of the busi
ness better than wo havo tho
stock. Tho latest in cash car
riers and some wide-awake
clerks will look after you, but
you will never bo asked to buy.
The goods aro for your inspec
tion, and you aro welcome at
all times to como in and ad
mire, to buy if they suit you
and tho prices aro right.
You will lind tho storo di
vided into departments and
you can seo at n glance whero
tho articlo you want is to bo
found there's no mixing up
of goods hardware is with
hardware and srlasswaro with
glass, not with crockery or
Tho second floor is princi
pally for housejurnishing goods
novelties in these lines that
will surprise you. Tako eleva
tor at rear of tho storo near tho
Von Holt Building.
S.LB. de Hawaii
ALL BILLS AGAINST THE
Should bo presented at any time
Board of Directors
Tmtouou P. O. Box 219.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
222-lm - Secretary.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big. Cut in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
AT HALE PRICEL
Night Gowns, ...... from 50c. up.
Ladies' Skirts,....., from 50o. up.
Chemises, 3 for $1.00.
Our $4.00 Night Gowns, mado
of Fino Cambric and Linen
TorchoniLaco, will go for S2.25.'
T "Ybra "Want HJine TJnderweai?
Ac Half Price, NOW is your time.
jCaItcmomber tkesa price aru
POSITIVELY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
520, Fort Stroet,
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
t Don't Porgct the Date March 2, 1896. J
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
A New Shipment
Celebrated Mineral Water
Just to hand por
H. HACKFELD & CO
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fino Cambric, "Valonci
onno Locos, will go for. . .81.75,.
Our $2.75 Chomise, mado of
Fino Cambric, Valenciennes
Laco, will go for S1.50.
March 2d. -
519 FORT STREET
DOM'T HEgmp IWENT
About the beet place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
THE HEGULAE ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholders of tho
Intor-Islnnd Stonm Navigntion Co.,
L'djwill bo hold nt tho Ollico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
3d. at 10 o'clock A. X.
W. H. RloLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
THE ANNUAL MKETINO OF T1IK
Woodlawn Fruit Company, Limited, will be
held at ttia ollico of J. 8. Walker on Tuesday,
February 18, at 10 o'clock a. in.
J. 8. WALKEIt,
Horses for Sale.
A gentle Borrel horeo, broken to har
ness and Bflddlo'. A line animal for a
lwly. Also u brown horse, broken to
Imiuiro nt "Bulletin" offlco, COO King
street, for further particulars. 228 lw
IClnau and Punahbowl Stroota.
to all parts of
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