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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
I Tomorrow will bo Ash Wcdnos
day. Tho dredger is taking a rest for
No poforraance at tho circus
Pino light straw hats aro for
salo by Iwakami.
Govornmont oflicos will bo
closed on Saturday.
Tho Planters' Monthly for Feb
ruary has beon received.
Tho Berotania Tonnis Club will
opon its now clubhouso on Satur
day. Captain Murray's company of
tho National Guard had drill last
Officers of tho "Woodlawn Fruit
Company aro announced in this
Tho Bennington is going off
for a couplo of days' cruise for
Tho band will bo present at tho
opening ceremonies of tho Legis
Tho usual largo attendance waB
noticed at tho Emma square band
concort last night.
There will bo two laBt quarters
of tho moon in ono month this
year, on August 1st and 31st.
Tho Loap Year .party at Inde
pendence pavilion is tho ono ovent
in society ciroles this evening.
Tho Gaison Maru, with a cargo
of Japanoso immigrants, should
havo beon here some days since.
' Four Kawaiahao Seminary girls
assisted as cooks in different fa
milies during tho Chinese Now
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Doutai
oflico Cottngo No. 100, Alnkou
street, tifli-phono No. G15. Office
hours 9 A M. to 4 P.M.
Tho two tourist parties who
enmo down on tho Mariposa will
bo entertained at dinner this
evening by Mr. Kunst.
Tho National Guard of Hawaii
will bo reviewed on Thursday even
ing by General AVarfiold and tho
"United States army officers who
aro visiting hero.
One of tho ladies of tho Mater
nity Homo lost a memorandum
book vestordav. Finder will
please return to Maternity Homo
or Bulletin office.
Island jowolry is very popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to order at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
street. Gold wire names made
while you wait.
Tondors aro invited by tho Min
ister of Foreign Affairs for sup
plies to tho commissary depart
ment of tho National Guard of
Hawaii for ton months.
Private Charles Elvin of Com
pany B. has boon promoted to the
rank of sergeant for his oxcollent
shooting. Ho has also been made
assistant inspector of riflo practice
Tho Hooulu and Hoola Lahui
society will hold their annual
meeting tomorrow morning at 1U
o'clock, February 19th, 1890, at the
residence of tho Queen Dowager
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want n
haok with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telophono 118,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets. Haok at all hours.
Tomorrow being Ash "Wednes
day thoro will bo a special sorvico
of the second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 5:10 p. ra.
Thoro will also bo services every
Friday evening during Lent at
7:30 p. m.
Largo numbers of Japanese,
somo say as many as six hundred,
are going to Japan by tno steam
ship Altmoro, of which Thoo. H.
Davies & Co. aro the agents.
Most of them will, however, re
turn on permits.
G. R. Harrison, practioal piano
and organ mo kor and tunor, can
furnish best faotory roforonces.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
and .tho "Wall, Nichols Co.
will receive prompt attention.
Telophono Nos: 234, 190 and
Tho Philadelphia's pugilist,
Tom Sharkoy, is in troublo again
this time for running away, with
a woman who has hitherto been
under tho protection of Oharloy
Turner, a colored pugilist of
Stookton. Tho woman was white,
and getting tired of her colored
man, flow to tho protecting arms
of tho "Demon of tho Navy," and
at last accounts Tumor was loota
iug for him with a gun.
There wero no arrcststhis morn
ing. Tho Kinau is coming into
port as this paper goes to press.
"W. S. Luco will sell about 200
chairs at the circus tout at 10
II. Hackfold fc Co. havo a now
shipment of the well-known Swoot
ThoW. O. T. U. will meotin
Central Union church parlors at
2:30 p. m. tomorrow.
Thore aro now thirty-soron
mombors of tho Hawaiian Society,
Sons of tho Revolution.
Thoro will bo no mooting of tho
Board of Health tomorrow, owing
to tho opening of tho Legislature
Tho caso of A. Forroira, charged
with recoiving stolon goods, was
nollo pros.'d in tho District Court
Tho closing exorcises of tho
froo Kindergarten training school
will bo hold at Emma Hall this
afternoon, at 3:30. '
Pictures ropaired and refitted
with now papor margins which
covers those unsightly spots at
King Bros., Hotol street.
Tho salo of Crown silverware,
crockery, etc., will bo held at
James F. Morgan's auction rooms
instead of tho Legislative hall.
A fino assortment of Island
views colored and uncolored.
Special orders taken for colorin
photos. King Bros, Hotel St,
Thrco Chinese domino fiends
wore dismissed in tho police court
this morning the charge against
them of gambling not boing sus
tained. The Govornmont display of
crockery which is to bq sohl at
auction on tho 24th is boing
moved out of tho old Legislative
An interesting lottor on tho
liquor traffic from a correspon
dent who has boon fourteen years
in tho saloon business appears on
Tho woodon wedding of Ed.
Austin and wife was celebrated
last night at thoir rcsidonco on
Nuuanu street. Thoso present
onjoyed a grand time.
Major Totter has beon exorcis
ing his brains this morning by
trying to solvo tho problem of
how to scat tho 700 jieoplo who
want to attend tho opening of the
Legislature in a room that will
only hold 300 at most.
At tho public reception given on
Thursday next to tho U. S. Army
Officers, by Minister and Mrs.
Willis, Mrs. Treat, Mrs. Nowcomb
and Mrs. Munn will receive, and
tho following young men will as
sist in receiving: Consul-Genoral
Mills, Vico Consul General Boyd,
Dr. Coopor, Major Potter, Mr.
Dillingham, Mr. Mackintosh, Mr.
Parke, Mr. Hydo,Mr. Stanloy, Mr.
Coney, Mr. Marx and Mr. Norton.
No invitations havo beon issuod,
but all aro wolcomo.
Club Stable Appeal Hearluir Dnm
ages for Itlra. Ward.
The jury in the appeal of Mrs.
Victoria Ward from an award of
Road Commissioners appointed
in 1890 yostorday rondorod a ver
dict awarding tho appellant $7000
damages, with interest at 9 per
cent, from April 2, 1890, loss an
offset of $50 a year for tho use it
the laud while tho appeal was
ponding. Tho Commissioners
wore W A "Whiting, O Bolto and
W F Allen, and thoir award was
Tho Supremo Court heard the
appeal of creditors of tho Club
Stables Company against tho
order of salo, etc., mado by Judge
Carter in tho Cirouit Court.
Chief Justice Judd, Associate
JuBtico Froar and Attornoy
W. II. Castlo constituted tho
Court, Mr. Castlo sitting in placo
of Associate Justice Whiting, dis
qualified from having, as a Circuit
Court Judge boforo his promotion,
appointed tho receiver in tho caso.
Mrs. Defrios has appealed, from
Judge Perry's order dismissing
her suit againBt tho Trousseau
Judge Porry has ordered do
fault entered in tho suit of Bruce
Cartwright, trustee under tho will
of B. W. Holt, against W..H.
Oumraings, with James A. King,
Ministor of tho Intorior,garnishoo,
for $2,250.25 and intorost from
Jan. 11, 1890.
Highest of nil in Leuvoning Power.
AT PEARL CITY
AT0pY, FEB. 22,
pqOFE$OR jpg W. pRIfiE,
The World's Champion Aeronaut.
With tho Largest Balloon in
5000 ft. 5000 ft. 5000 ft.
is the Height at Which ho
will leave tho Balloon,
hanging to a Singlo Tra
peze Bar. Wonderful
Feats will bo performed
during tho descent.
EEP Pkofkssou Piuce
is the hero of over 500
Balloon Ascensions and
has mado two trips around
the World exhibiting in
all tho Principal Cities.
DON'T FORGET I
Saturday, "Feb. 22nd.
fg5 Excursion Trains
will leave O. R. and L.
Depot at 1:45 and 3:00
Inflation of Balloon at
3:45, Ascension at 4:15
5E3 Watch daily papers
Auction Salcn by W. S. lAice.
On THURSDAY, Feb. 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51.,
I shrill sell at the Circus Tent, corner
of Fort nud ISoretania street, say
RTA good opportunity to obtain good,
strong and comfortablo scats at a bar
W. S. LUCE,
No Show Tonight
Mr. Wlrlli begs to announce that tlio LAST
AITEAKANCE of His Com-
puny will be
When bo will Perform
Foe the First Tims in Sis Tears,
Competing with Labi Sing In bis
Great Leaping M . .
. . Over the Horses.
, 1ST Positively Last Night. 230-lt
- ln ii iimiii iw ' jjjKEw
Latest U,S. Gov't Roport.
is our now insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tho egge. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
value of Rough-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
HOBRON DRUG; CO.
It's a lot of bother keeping
promises when a big store like
ours has to bo tnado ready and
filled with the choicest goods
from tho United States and
The storo will bo open on
Monday, but tho goods will
not be as well arranged as wo
had promised; tho time was
too short, so wo havo done the
best wo could under tho cir
cumstances. Tho departments are 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 wido-awako
clerks will look aftor you, but
you will never bo asked to buy.
Tho goods aro for your inspec
tion, and you aro welcome at
all times to come in and ad
mire, to buy if thoy suit you
and tho prices are right.
You will find tho store di
vided into departments and
you can seo at a glance whero
the articlo 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 housofurnishing goods
novelties in these lines that
will surprise you. Take eleva
tor at rear of tho storo near tho
Von Holt Building.
Excursion & Dance
FEBRUARY 22(1, 1896.
TiokotB $1.00 for Salo at Hart & Co. ond
Hubbcs will uicot train on return from Hie
Subnoribe for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 cents per month.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Big Cut in Prices for ONE WEEK ONLY.
AT HALF PKICE.
Night Gowns, .... . .from 50c. up.
Ladies' Skirts, from 50c. up.
Ohomisos, 3 for $1.00.
Our $-4.00 Night Gowns, mado
of Fino Cambric and Linen
Torchon Lace, will go for $2.25.
If "You "Want Fine Underwear
At Half Price, NOW is your time.
VKcmctnber these prices aro
POSITIVELY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
N. S. SAOHS,
520, Fort Stroet, - - -
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
?gp Don't Forgot the Date March. 2, 1896. 33
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
WE OFFER FOR SALE
New :, Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Those who want to make themselves
confertable these warm dy must
not (all to call upon us and get one ol
Fine Light Straw
The Latest and the Best.
BROAD BRIMMED HATS of all sires for
Ladles and Gents.
LARGE STOOKJDST OPENED
Tncse Hats ore light; so much so,
that you will Imagine you have a
feather on your head. Come and try
one on, If you arc lu douut
HOTEL St., ROBINSON BLOCK,
230 tt Honolulu.
to opposite Castlo & Cooko's,
on Bethel street,
BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL STS.
Our $3.50 Night Gown, mado
of Fino Cambric, valonci
ouno Laces, will go for. . .$1.75.
Our $2.75 Chemise, mado of
Lace, will go for ..$1.50.
has been Remarked
519 FORT STREET
DON'T HEglTjpE J KIOWIT
About tho best place to buy
The Very Finest
eMgenaierJ .-. Meaty
Corao and boo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS,
THE BEGULAIt ANNUAL
Mooting o tho Stockholders of the
Intor-Islnntl Steam Navigation Co.,
IAl.will bo hold at tho Oflico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, Maroh
3d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. H. McLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.