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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUAKY 19, 181)0.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
This is Ash Wednesday.
Ladies' day tit the Pacific Ten
nis Club's courts.
For salo a fast sail-boat, apply
on ship W. F. Babcock.
Tho W. 0. T. U. is in session
this afternoon at Central Union
Oil paintings of tho Volcano all
sizes and prices at King Bros,
'Tho Chinese New Ysar celebra
tion finally ended at G o'clock this
Ropresontativo G. P. Kamauo
ha of Kohala arrived on yester
Pacific Lodge of Masons has a
special meeting tonighff for -work
in tho second dogroo.
S. Both and vifo and W. O.
Lackland rotumed from tho Vol
cano by yestorday's stoamor.
Dr. B. B. Williams, tho Hilo
medico, is in tho city at tho re
quest of tho Board of Health.
Zamloch, on his roturu will givo
a performance for the benefit of
the Strangers Friond Society.
Sonator F. Northrop and Rep
resentatives Bycroft and Bond of
Hawaii camo up on tho Kinau.
Tom McTigho, tho popular rep
resentative of Macfarlano & Co.,
is back from a business trip to
Members of Company D are
notified to appear at tho drill shod
tomorrow at 7 p. m. in fatiguo
Professor Zamloch will give a
farewell performance in this city
for tho boncfit of tho Strangers'
Representative E. E. Richards
of Hilo camo upon tho Kinau yes
. torday. IIo is nccompauied by
his wifo and child.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Deutal
office Cottnge No. 100, Alakoa
street, teli-phono o. G15 Office
hours 9 A m. to 4 r.at.
Pictures repaired and rofitted
witli now paper margins which
covers those unsightly spots at
King Bros., Hotol street.
Judgo F. S. Lyman and Miss
.Helen Lyman, W. Y. Horner, and
F. W. Gay Were among the Ki
nau's passongers yestoruay.
, Tho first of tho series of lectures
under tho auspices of tho Young
Hawaiians' Iustituto 1ms boon
postponed until Thursday, Feb
Tho last performance of tho cir
cus takes place tonight. Tho
chairs will bo sold at auction by
W. S. Luco tomorrow morning at
Tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions gave a reception. yesterday
afternoon to tho Chinese ladies of
tho city at tho Chinese church on
Island jewelry is vory popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to order at H. G. Biart's, on Fort
1 street. Gjold wiro names mado
whilo yoU wait.
Tho salo of Crown silver and
glassware will take place next
Monday at Morgan's auction room
and not at Legislative hall, as pre
Stock and dairy men should
obtain somo seeds of tho Austra
lian saltbush, lately received by
Commissioner Marsdon, of which
a description is given in another
Tho last trip of tho Kinau was
tho smoothest experienced in years.
Tho dolay in coming into port
yesterday was owing to an xu
usually strong current in tho
Miss Gray, Miss Judd, and Mrs,
Parmoleo will have charge of tho
coffee at the Now England dinnor
to bo given Friday at Haalolea
Lawn. Tho ladies will bo dressed
in Martha Washington Stylo.
Georgo R. Davis is now tho
owner of tho yacht Spray, and ho
is going to have it refittod and
turned into a pleasure yacht. It
will bo painted white and have a
now namo as soon as Chester
Doylo can find an appropriate
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tunor, can
furnish best factory reforonces.
Orders left at Hawaiian Nows Co.
and tho Wall, Nichols Co.
will receive prompt nttontion
Telephone Nos: 231, 190 and
Court Lunalilo, A. O. F., will
moot tomorrow oveniug.
Mrs D. P. Peterson has been
ill for two days past and confined
to her bed.
Diamond Head l:-i5 p. m.
Four-masted schoonor Alico Cooko
15 miles south.
T. J. King has sold his Pearl
City fruit ranch to Pearl City
Tho Now England dinner takes
placo at Haalolea lawn on Friday
from 6 to 7 p. m.
Marshal Brown was out riding
this morning for tho first timo
since his recont illness.
Mr. Harry Wirth will endeavor
to outdo Lahl Sing in a groat
loaping act over sovon horses to
night at tho circus.
Tho Crown eilverwaro and
crockory will bo on view all day
Saturday at J as. F. Morgan's
The syllabus of Miss Kato
Field's "Evening with Dickons,"
for tho benefit of tho froo kinder
gartens, appears olBewhoro.
Whilo on his recent visit to
Seattle, T. J. King enjoyed his
first sloigh rido in f orty-ono years,
journeying about 100 miles behind
a lino doublo team.
A nativo, who was found wand
ering about tho rear of a house on
Fort street and could not give a
good account of himself, is hold
at tho police station for investiga
tion. Tho Hilo Tribune announces
that tho directors assumo tho edi
torial and business management
of tho papor, with G. K. Wilder,
presidont, and F. M. Wakofiold,
treasurer, in special charge.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, mannger. If you want n
book with good horso and ouro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
Btreets- Hack at all hours.
Lloyd Osborne, of Vnilima,
Samott,has beon admitted to mem
bership in Hawaiian Socioty,
Sons of tho American Revolution.
Ho is a groat grandson of Private
John Miller of tho Pennsylvania
Tho Woodlawn Fruit Company
olocted tho followiug officers at
its annual meeting yostorday:
F. W. McChesnoy, president; A.
W. Keeoh, vico-prosidont; J. S.
Walker, secretary and treasurer,
and J. H. Schnack, auditor.
Boat crows from tho Myrtle
and Hoalani Boat Clubs, which
woro out practicing, had an ex
citing race in tho harbor last
ovoning. Tho Myrtlo crow being
at a disadvantage, having never
beon in a shell before, wore beaten
by a length or two.
A good religious interest is being
awakened by the ovangolistsRomig
and Harroll. Tho attondanco is
oxcellont for tho early stages of a
revival meeting. Rev. Romig is a
man of pleasing address and Prof.
Harroll is a fino soloist and loader
of song. Tho subject tonight will
bo "Tho Great Physician."
m m '
Ul lu u Uulloou.
Prof. Prico is around town to
day arranging tho details for his
balloon ascension and parachuto
leap next Saturday at Romond
Grovo. A fow minute's talk with
tho Professor this morning olicited
the information that in his opin
ion Romond Grovo is a perfectly
safo placo for a balloon ascent; ho
has no four of tho trado winds. If
ho fools himself being carried sea
ward it is an easy matter to cut
tho parachuto looso and descend
gradually to mothor earth. That it
will bo a sight worth seeing no
one doubts. A large crowd is ex
pected to attend, as tho O. R. & L.
people havo promised accommoda
tion to all who dosiro to attend.
Trains will loavo at 1:45 and 3
p. m., tho inflation of tho bnlloon
will take placo at 3:45 and tho
ascension will bo mado at 4:15
The Limt PfliTorninuce.
Tonight will bo tho last oppor
tunity given to Honolulu people
to seo tho circus. A program of
extra length and ottroctivoness
has beon put on and Mr. Wirth
himself enters tho ring as a per
former, for tho first time in six
years. Tho show has mado mon
ey hero and in return has given
entire satisfaction to both tho
public in genoral and those who
had monotary dealings with it.
Mr. Cameron, tho manngor, has
carriod out every promise ho has
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will be gh on by
BI$ -Kp FIELD
at Kaumakopili Church
Tuesday Eve, Eeb. 25, 1896
at a p. m.
Tickets - - - Sl-00
for salo nfc Hawaiian
Hotel and Hobron
3 y 1 1 a, "Jb tjl js
"EVeniqg -:- With -:- Dicie."
Diokons, tho Actor; Dickons tho Dramatist;
Dickons tho .Journalist; Dickons, the
Novelist; Dickons, tho Slorryuiakor;
Dickens, tho Walker; Dickens, tho
Friend; Dickons, tho Lotter-Writor;
Dickens's Household Words; Dickens's
Fancies; Dickens's Stylo; Dickons, tho
Circus ! ! Circus ! ! !
-THE LAST AND-
. . PEEfOrtfllCE
Of the Circus In Honolulu when Ml tho
Popular Favorites Mill appear lu
New Acts lu an
SELECTED FBOJJ A
Great Repertoire !
Tho NEW SWUNG BOAHD LEAPING
Mr. Harry Wirth
Will endeavor to outdo
Court Lunalilo, No. 6600,
A. O. F.
THE ItEGULAK MEETING OF COUItT
Lunalilo, No. CC00. A. O. F., will 1 held
nt their Lodge room Thursday ovoning,
Fobruary 20th, at 7 .TO.
A full attendance is requested as busi
noss of Iraportanco will bo transacted.
J. K. KANEPUU,
Amionv "Battkky D," N. U. 11., I
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 1896. j
To the Officers and Members of Company D.
DYou are hereby commanded to bo at
the Drill Shed, N. (1. II., at 7 o'clock
sharp, p. m., THUKSIUY, Feb. L'0,
Uniform: Fatigue White Trousers and
23I-2t Lieutenant Commanding,
Y. H. I. Lecture.
THE FIUST OF A SEMES OF FAI'EItS TO
bo icad by members of the Young Hawaiian'
Institute lias been posVponed from Thursday,
February iOtli, to Thursday, February S7tu,
lly order of the President
T..4....1 Tt CJ n-.fl T .. . i
- I - . JJUtl-Ob l.O. JUV l -UUJIOTt.
is our new insectituclo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It. kills them instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't havo an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests arc,
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. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBROX DRUG. CO.
It's a lot of bother keeping
promises when a big store like
ours has to bo mado ready and
filled with tho choicest goods
from tho United States and
The store will bo open on
Monday, but the goods will
not be as well arranged as wo
had promised; tho timo was
too short, so wo havo done the
best wo could under tho cir
cumstances. Tho departments nro fairly
well-filled and there will bo no
dolay in waiting on you and
filling your orders. We've ar
ranged that part of the busi
ness hotter than wo havo tho
stock. The latest in cash car
riers and some wide-awake
clerks will look after you, but
you will never bo asked to buy.
Tho goods are for pur inspec
tion, and you aro welcome at
all times to cotne in and ad
mire, to buy if thoy suit you
and tho prices are right.
You will find tho storo di
vided into departments and
you can seo at a glanco whero
tho articlo you want is to bo
found there's no mixing up
of goods hardware is with
hardware and glassware with
glass, not with crockery or
Tho second floor is princi
pally for housefurnishing goods
novelties in these lines that
will surprise you. Take eleva
tor at rear of tho storo near tho
Von Holt Building.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Woodlawn Fruit Company, Limited, tho fol
lowing officers were cleeted to servo for the
President F. W. McChesnoy,
Vice-President A. W. Keech,
Auditor.; J. II. Schnack.
The nbovo ofllccrs constitute the Hoard of
J. 8. WALKEK,
Honolulu, February 18, 1600. 381-Iw
N. S. SACHS
r JUST OPENED
Doited Swiss JVIusIins
In Dainty Colors, Whilo Grounds with Colored Dots. Solid Colors in Pink,
Black nnd Leghorn. Also, somo Protty Laco Stripe White Muslins, whioh
wo offer nt tho lowest prico of 20 Cents per Yard.
Printed Piques & Cotton Duck
In Btripw, Figured nnd Pollen Dots.
A Bargain in Worsted Dress Gooqs I
X3T Wo aro now offering n lino of Lightweight All-wool Dress Goods in
very pretty shades. Theso ura Doublo Width nud will go for "() (.'cuts ll Yard.
A New Assortment Just Opened. A full line of sizes
in all qualities
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
- Don't Forgot the Date March. 2, 1896. 'fej
TEMPLE. OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
WE OFFER FOB SALE
New .', Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Attention . .
. . Attention
Thoso who want to mako themselves
confortablc theso warm (Uys must
not fall to call upon us and get one of
Fioc Liglit Straw flats,
Tho Latest and the Best.
BHOAD MUMMED HATS of all sizes for
Ladles and Gents.
LARGE STOCK JUST OPENED '
Tncse Hats are llsht: so much so.
tethron your ZTVoZ and try
one on, If you are In doubt
HOTEL St., ROBINSON BLOOK,
230 tt Honolulu.
to opposite Castlo & Cooko's,
on Bethol street,
BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL STS.
been Remarked '" $
DON'T HpITiTE MOMENT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
ia : Feed
U0 ' ILi
Tho Very finest
IBMgBJaiBd ,-. Mea
Como nnd seo our
WfiW OHIOAgQ BEFBIQERATOBS,
westorooic as wares,
TIIE. ItEGULAR ANNUAL
Meeting o the Stooklioldora of tho
Intor-lslund Steam Navigation Oo.,
L'd.will bo hold nt tho Offlco of tho
Oompauy on TUESDAY, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. H. MoLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.