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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Chock Look, morchant tailor,
lma a card olsowhoro.
Company D. elected fivo now
members at its mooting last night.
Several nativos and othora woro
fishing at AVildor's wharf this
John T. AVatorhouso is much
bettor this morning and hopes to
bo out in a few days.
Tho Australia is duo from San
Francisco tomorrow morning,
with eight days later nows.
Attontion is directed to tho card
of T. Murata, hattor. Ho makes
mon and womon's hats to order.
Tho captain of tho ship Iroquois,
which arrived this morning, has
his wifo and two children aboard.
Tho regular rohearsal of tho Y.
M. 0. A. orchestra takes placo in
tho largo hall this evening at 7:80.
The Khmu will bo hold back
until noon tomorrow and porlmps
longer if tho Australia is reported.
Tho special train for tho moon
light danco at Romond Grovo on
Saturday ovoning leaves at seven
Owing to tho non-arrival of tho
steamor, another performance will
bo givon at tho circus on Satur
Members of Co. D wore in
structed in guard mount duty by
Captain Broome, after drill yester
P. lsonborg, O. Isonborg and
Mrs. II. Isonborg came over from
tho Gardon Isle this morning; al
so W. 0. Parke. . v
Tho Hawaiian band played at
tho Executive building at 4:530 as
usual yesterday afternoon and at
tracted quite a crowd to tho
Tom Sharkey ,champion pugilist
of tho navy yard at Mare island,
was admitted to citizenship in
Judge Troult's court recently.
Ho is a native of Ireland.
Preliminary arrangements for
tho formation of a Hawaiian Pro
tective Labor Association for
white mechanics wero mado last
night at a meeting hold in fho
Tho roviow of tho National
Guard, tendered by Colouol Mc
Lean to tho visiting army oilicors,
comes off this ovoning on tho
parado grounds at 7 :30 and will
last about half an hour.
290290-290. Tho m United
Carriago Co. Fine carringes and
tho fastest horses in tho world
with competent drivers alway ob
liging. Corner King and Fort
strcots. Tolophono 290.
At the great balloon ascension
on Saturday Mr. Burns, of the
circus, will assist Prof. Price in
making his ascent. Excursion
trains will return to Honolulu in
ample time for early dinner.
Tho Salyalion army people will
hold a farewell meeting to tho
wife of adjutant Egnor on Satur
day ovoning at Y. M. O. A. hall.
Tho lady will return to California
on account of poor health.
Tickots for tho Honolulu
Cricket Club's smoking concert
are now for salo by members.
There will bo a program equal to
that of any former event of tho
kind. Tho concert will bo hold in
Scottish Thistle hall.
Mr. PachecOj tho ominont ton
sorialist, forninst tho Criterion,
has tho nattiest suit of clothes of
any barbor in town. When your
faco gets rough, tho Criterion bar
bor shop is tho placo to got it
planed off smoothly.
John McLean has Prof. Prico,
tho aeronaut, as a guest at tho
Eaglo House, and ho and as many
of the circus pooplo who are stay
ing there declare that Mr. Mc
Lean's accommodations are tho
pleasantnst they havo found for
many a day.
On tho steamor Rio Janeiro,
which recontly reached San Fran
cisco, woro 447 cases of opium
from Hongkong, weighing 19,434
pounds. Tho duty on this amount
ed to S11G,G'04, and it was all paid
to Cashier Chappol of tho Cus-tom-houso
in a few days.
Tho bark Fresno hod a now
commander when sho sailed for
Honolulu from San Francisco a
few days ago. Captain Atwood
retires and Captain E. R. Under
wood, lato of the barkontino S. N.
Castlo, will take her out. Tho
lattor is well known in tho island
trado and has boon chief oflicor of
tho Castlo fdr over a year. ,
A. Cropp and wifo arrived from
Kauai this morning on tlijo Kcau
hou. Tho assault and battery charge i
against Warn Unampam has been
put over until tho 25th,
Company H is ordored by Cap
tain Murray to assomblo at tho
drill shed at 7 this ovoning.
Oahu Lodge committee publish
es a gonoral invitation to Pythians
to attend tho hop and social to
night. Sonator H. W. Schmidt return
ed from Kauai this morning in
time to take his seat at tho morn
A Norwegian desortor from tho
bark Boin was brought to tho Po
lico Station by Captain Hilbus
A uativo truant was arrested
this morning and stands a good
chanco of going to tho Reform
school for a timo.
Attorney Davis is looking out
for the intorost of Paddy Curtis,
who is imprisoned as accessory to
A Japanese was arrested this
morning and hold for investiga
tion as to his sanity, as ho has
been acting queorly of lato.
On account of tho military
parado this ovoning, tho mooting
of tho American Loaguo is post
poned until tomorrow evening.
T.Forrest has opened a horso
shoeing establishment in connec
tion withT. B. Murray's Jcarriago
manufactory. Mr. Forrest has
had twenty years experience as a
There was tho largest crowd yet
seated in tho circus tent last night
Tho performance was exception
ally brilliant. Novor before has
a public exhibition takon such a
popular hold in Honolulu.
City Carriago Co., J. S. And.
rano, manager. it you want c
hack with good horso and enro-
streets. Haok at all hours.
Among tho lands to bo sold by
Jamos F. Morgan on Friday and
Saturday of noxt week is a desir
able Bito for a villa on tho high
laud of Pearl City. It is lot 18 in
block 21, near Mr. Torbert's resi
dence and adjacent to tho piuo
Tho ombozzlomont charge
againt L. V. Redpath was called
in tho District Court thie morn
ing and continued until tho 25th.
Paddy Curtis applied for dis
charge on tho ground that he is
not hold by duo process of law.
Tho matter was takon under ad
visement by Judgo do la Vorgno.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1.
Members of Mystic Lodge No 2 and all
I'jtlilan Kulglits In Honolulu aro cordially
Inrltcil to attend tlia hop nnd social nt Oahu
Hall, THUH3DAV EVENING. February 20.
No persoual Invitations aro Issued, but all
our own brothers and members of other
lodges are welcome.
ON ACCOUNT OF THE MILITAKT
function Thursday ovcnlng tho regular
meeting of tho American League Is
postponed to FKIDAY EVENING.
M. H. DRUMMONI),
Attention, Company H.
AiiMOitr Co. H, N. O. II., 1
Honolulu Feb. IU, 1806. t
HALL MEMBERS OF CO. UNO II,
are horcby ordered to assemble at
the Drill Shed THURSDAY EVEN
ING, February 'JO, nt 7 o'clock for
regimental parado and review,
Whlto trousers and leggings,
No excuse except BickneBg.
T B MURRAY,
232-lt Captain Commanding.
Aumokv "IUtteby D," N. (. 11., )
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 1898. f
To the Officers and Members of Company 1).
DYou are hereby commanded to bo nt
the Drill Shed, N. G. II., at 7 o'clock
sharp, p. m., THURSDAY, Feb. 20,
Uniform: Fatigue Whlto Trousers and
23I-2t Lieutenant Commanding,
Merchant :-: Tailor
48 Nuuann street, V O Box 153.
Fine Suitings Made to Order,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CLOTH.
Ponndtiiastor Kualii bus
estrays in corral.
Highoot of all in Li-uvoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Rojort.
will bo given by
H0 iKiTE FIELD
nt Kaumakapili Church
Tuesday Eve, Feb. 25, 1896
AT 0 P. M.
Tickets - - - 81-00
for salo at Hawaiian.
Hotel and' Hobron
"Evening -: With : Dicifeitf,"
Dickons, tho Actor; Dickens tho Dramatist;
Dickcus'tho Journalist; Dickons, the
Novolist; Dlokons, tho Morrymnkor;
Diokens, tho Walker; Dickens, tho
Friend; Dickons, tho Loltcr-Wrilcr;
Dickens's Household Words.' Dickens's
Fancies; Dickens's Style; Dickens, tho
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
New : England : Dinner
GIVEN BY THE
Ladiea' Temperance Union.
FRIDAY, FEB. 2Sd,
Jktwecn 0 and 0 P. M.
Cor. Hotel and Iliolianl streots.
PIES ANI. PUDDING EXTRA
is our new inscctitudo 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 Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where 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. Prico 25c.
Got it of
HOBRON DRUG, CO.
It's a lot of bother keeping
promises when a big storo like
ours has to bo made ready and
filled with tho 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 timo was
too short, so wo havo done the
best wo could under tho cir
cumstances. Tho departments aro fairly
well-filled and there will bo no
dolay in Waiting on you and
filling your orders. Wo'vo ar
ranged that part of tho busi
ness bettor than wo havo tho
stock. Tho latest in cash car
riers and some wido-awako
clerks will look after you, but
you will never bo asked to buy.
Tho goods aro for your inspec
tion, and you aro wolcomo at
all times to como in and ad
mire, to buy if they suit you
and the prices aro right.
You will find tho storo di
vided into departments and
you can see at a glance whero
the articlo you want is to bo
found thero'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 surpriso you. Take eleva
tor at rear of the storo near tho
Von Holt Building.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Wuudlawn Fruit Company, Limited, tliu fol
lowing otllceis were elected to serve for the
ensuing yean '
rrnsidont F. W. McChcsney,
Vice-President A. W. Keech,
Auditor J. II. Sclmack.
The above ofllecrs constltuto the Hoard of
J. 8. WAI.RF.lt,
Honolulu, February IS, 1890. 231 -Iw
N. S. SACHS
& JUST OPENED
Doited Swiss JVIusIins
In Dainty Colors, Whito Grounds with Colored Dot?. Solid Colors in Pink,
Black and Leghorn. Also, somo Protty Laco Stripo White Muslins, which
wo oflbr at tho lowost prico of 20 Cents per Yard.
Printed Piques & Cotton Duck
In Stripes, Figured and Polkn Dots.
A Bargain in Worsted Dress Gooos
KIT Wo aro now offering n lino of Lightweight All-wool Dress Ooods in
very protty shados. Thcso nro Donblo Width and will g i for AO Cents U Yard.
3E3. XX COK.SETB
A Now Assortment Just Opened. A f nil lino of sizes
in all qualities
Grand Closing Oof Sale
Beginning March 2d. .
Our Entiro Stock
at Prices that are
5- Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896.' "J
TEMPLE OF FASHION
WE OFFER FOR SALE
New .', Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants &d Skirts
1ST FOK SALE BY
Hopp & Co.
74. King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bertolmann's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
to opposite Castlo & Cooke's,
on Bethel street,
BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL STS.
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and CO conta por night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
has been Remarked
. . . .
519 FORT STREET
. !T3 lX
DON'T HEITTE MOMENT
About tho best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
The Very finest
efripaied .-. Me&t
Como and soo our
NEW CHICAGO BEFBIGERATOBS,
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL
Meeting o tho Stockholders of tho
Intor-lttland Steam Navigation Co.,
L'd.will bo hold at tho Oiuco of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. m.
W. H. MoLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
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