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A silver knifo is loBt.
Sugar is quoted at 4. couts.
The Kinau loaves at -i o'clock
p. m. today.
Mrs. Dr. Hildebrand arrived by
the Australia. ,
Pacific Lodgo of Masons havo a
apocial mooting at 7:30 this ovon
ing. Tho last performance o tho
circus takes placo tomorrow night.
G. W. R. King takes chargo
of tho Club Stables affairs this
r morning as manager.
Police Captain Scott loaves by
tho Kinau to join his wifo on
Maui and spond a short vacation.
General Wnrfiold and tho Visit
ing United States Army officers
loft for tho Volcano today by tho
Carter it Co., paintors, Waring
block, havo some handsomo and
cheap hand-painted ilowor tubs
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown
aro visiting J. S. Muirhead, tho
engineer of tho Wainaku mill on
Tho balloon ascension at Ro
mond Grovo takes place atl:lC
tomorrow. Bound trip tickets aro
only 75 cents.
Star korosono oil is advertised
in a loud tone of typo, befitting its
merits, by tho Hawaiian Hard
Deputy- Sheriff Cox of Wninlua
arrived in tho city last night to
confor with tho Murshal about tho
recent trouble at Mokuloia.
Numerous invitations have boon
issued to tho opening of Uie now
clubhouso of tho Boretania street
Tennis club tomorrow afternoon.
A largo shark wasseeji off the
Inter-Island wharf this morning.
During rainy weather it is quite
common to seo sharks in tho liar
bor. Tho coruorstono of a magnifi
cent now Masonic Temple at Los
Angoles, California, will bo laid
tomorrow with appropriate cere
monies. The Hawaiian hotel will give a
French dinner tomorrow ovoning,
with music by tho Gjuintotto Club.
There will bo dancing on tho lanui
Philip Pock, tho Olaa coffoo
S tauter, loft on tho Kinau today.
Ir. Peck has a forco of men
building a road to his placo,which
is COOO foot from tho Volcano
Mrs. Dnniia will institute a
children's dancing school this af
ternoon at tho Child Gardon on
Borotania street at 3:30. Sho will
bo assisted by Miss Clara Fullor
at tho piano.
Artist Hilliard has been asked
by tho Kilohana Art League to
ivo an exhibition of his works
urine his stay horo, and havo
Jilaccd their rooms at his disposal
or tho purpose.
Tickots for tho Smoking Con
cert of tho Honolulu Cricket Club
aro on snlo at Golden Rule Bazaar.
Tho affair comos off on Saturday,
29th, and not on Monday as stated
in tho morning paper.
290290290. Tho United
Carriago Co. Fine carringes and
tho fastest horses in tho world
with competent drivers alway ob
liging. Corner King and Fort
streets. Telephone 290.
Professor Alexander lectured at
Punahou college lost night on
"Karnack and Luxor." Miss Ax
toll and Professor Ingalls contrib
uted to tho ontortainmont with
vocal and instrumental music.
Thoro will bo no postponement
of tho Now England dinner this
afternoon. If it rains tho dining
room and verandas of Mrs.
Ghapin's house, Haaloloa Lawn,
will bo used for tho service of tho
Walter G. Smith returned to
San Francisco on February 2d
from Now York, where ho had
boon to attond the funeral of his
father, tho lato Levi N. Smith of
Brooklyn. Ho loft pn tho after
noon train to join his family at
Coronado, near San Diogo.
Prof. Price will send up a large
paper balloon at tho circus
grounds, cornor of Berotania and
Fort streets, at eight o'clock this
ovoning. Everyone is invited to
come and see it. This is done to
test tho density of tho atmosphoro
and ascortain tho direction of tho
Fred. Harrison is home ngain '
with two of his children.
H. Watorhotiso Jr. is home
from college in tho States.
Tho Supremo Court has not yot
decided tho Club Stables case.
W. S. Luco will soil tho circus
chairs at 10 o'clock on Monday.
O. F. Hornor and wifo of Lahai
na havo roturned from tho Coast.
Hear Romig tonight at tho
Christian church on tho "Judg
ment." Fresh frozen oysters on ice ex
Australia at tho popular Boavor
Theo. H. Davios and two sons
havo arrived from England by tho
J. Alfred Magoon has to lot or
leaso tho desirable residonco of
Mrs. A. Long.
Mi's. ChaB. Furneanx, wifo of
tho well-known artist, was a pas
songor by today's steamor.
W. Horaco Wright, formerly of
tho Foreign ofrtco, is now oditori
ally connected with tho Indepen
dent. Chas.Desky,of tho enterprising
firm of Bruce Waring & Co. loaves
for tho island of Hawaii on a fly
ing trip today.
The Merchant's Exchango will
recoivo by tho Australia tho usual
consignment of Enterprise beer
and oysters for cocktails.
Miss Graco Richards, tho talent
ed vocalist, will sing a duot with
Prof. Hartoll at tho revival meet
ing. Sho will also sing h solo.
Tho Australia has made a ban
ner passage G days. 2 hours.
Capt. Houdletto ought to havo at
least a band concort in his honor.
A lady's photograph, taken by
Rurablor, Wiosbadon, was found
on Hotel streot today and may bo
hadby the owner at tho Bulletin
Tho Australia will sail for San
Francisco on Wednesdoy, at 4 p.
m. W. G. Irwin it Co., agents,
issue through tickots to all points
in tho United States.
Jas. N. K. Kcola, secretary of
the House of Representatives, has
tho journal of tho extra session,
1895, typewritten and substantial
ly bound in law book styjo.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado. manager. It you want n
hnok with good horso and enro
ful driver ring up 1'elephono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant
streets Hack at all hours.
W. W. Dimond has added an
othor convenience for his custom
ers, being a pull boll in front of
tho store, wheroby thoy can sum
mon attondanco on their wants
without leaving their carriages.
At tho grand closing out sale to
take place at tho Tomplo of
Fashion, March 2, 1896,you must
boar in mind that thcro is a largo
stock of shirtings cottons, towels,
tablolinons, otc, that will bo
sold at cost. 2
Tho Tramways Company have
made arrangements to run their
cars to tho Fish Market. Tho
time-table, which will bo found in
our advertising columns, is an
extension of tho Fort and School
street service up Nuuanu valley,
and will doubtless bo a great con
vonionco, as it also connects with
tho cars which loavo Punahou at
30 minutes past -tho hour.
The HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO,, L'd
OARS TO THE FISH MARKET.
On aud after Saturday, tho 22nd
inst., tho cars leaving Nuuanu
Yalloy at tho following time will
run via School and Fort streets to
tho Now Fish Market:
From Nuuanu Valley at G.35,
7.35, 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.35 a. m.;
also at 12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, 4.35,
5.35, G.35 p. m.
Cars will leavo tho Fish Markot
for tho Valley at 5.58, G.58, 7.58,
8.58, 9.58, 10.58, 11.58 a. m.; and
12.58, 1.58, 2.58, 3.58, 4.58, 5.58,
0.58 p. m. Thoso cars will run
via Fort street, crossing Queen
street at 5 minutes past tho hour.
On Sundays tho cars will coaso
running to tho Markot after 8 a.m.
Thoso cars connect with tho car
leaving Punahou at tho half-hour,
and on tho return journey thoy will
also connect with a Borotania
A BILVKU JKNIFK INITIALS E L" ON
lianJlo, between Lew la it Co, ixrnl the Arling
ton Hotel. Hituni to Lewis k Co. and re
ceive reward. !H3-2t
EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 189G. ' FwW9SmmKKIKHKKKmKMilBm
mmmrMi mt i ! rn
Ilighost.of nil in Luivoning Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Rpport.
Auction Sales by W. S. Lnce.
On MONDAY, Fob. 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I shall (tell at tho Circus Tent, corner of
Port nml llcrotnnin titrccts, say
Iter A good opportunity to obtilu good'
strong and comfortable beats nt a bargniii.
W. S. LUCE,
will be gi en by
HI$ KJjTE FIELD
nt Kaumakapili Church
Tuesday Eve, Tel). 25, 1896
AT 8 P. M.
Tickets - - - $1-00
for snlo at Hawaiian
Hotel and Hobron
"Eveniqg -:- With : Difljeitf."
Dlolscns the Actor; Dickons tho Dramatist;
Dickens tho Journalist; Dickons, the
Novolist; Dickens, tho Merryuiakor;
Dickens, tho Walker; Dickens, the
Fnond; Dickons, the Letter-Writer;
Dickens's Household Words Dickons's
Fancies; Dickons's Style; Dickons, tho
Poet. Kocitation: "ilyrau of tho Wil
shiro Laborers." Dickons's Children;
Dickens's Animals; Diokens's Women;
Diokens's Christianity; Dickons's
Home at God's Hill. Peroration:
Dickon's Grave in Westminster Abbey,
LEWIS & CO.,
To Let or Lease.
THE 'tESlDENOC Or MRS. A. LONG,
oiio mllo from postofllco. Largo houso with
furniture. Tour bod rooms, vmrlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot nnd cold water, with patent closots,
Borvaut houses, stables, horse paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFItED MAGOON.
233-tf Merchant St., next Postofllco.
Horses for Sale.
A gunllo Horrel horso, lirokon to liur
nusH und saddlo. A lino animtil for a
lady. Also u brown hornc, broken to
Inquire nt "Uulletiu" oflico, COO King
Blrccl, for further particulars. "28 lw
is our now 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 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, wo 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 made ready and
filled with tho choicest goods
from the United States and
The store 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 dono the
host wo could under tho 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 botter than wo havo tho
stock. Thp latest in cash car
riers and some wido-awako
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
miro, to buy if they suit you
and tho prices aro right.
You will find tho store di
vided into departments and
you can seo at aglanco whero
tho articlo you want is to bo
found there's no mixing up
of goods hardware is with
hardwaro and glassware with
glass, not with crockery or
Tho second fioor is princi
pally for housefurnishing goods
novelties in theso lines that
will surprise you. Tako eleva
tor at rear of tho store near tho
Von Holt Building.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE
Woodlnwn Fruit Company, Limited, tho fol
lowing ofllccra were cletted to servo for the
Trosident ,. . .T. W. McChesney,
Vice-President A. W. Keoch,
.J. 8. Walker,
Auditor J. II, Schuack.
Tho above olllcers constitute the Hoard of
J. S. WALKEH,
Honolulu, February 19, 1800. 3$1-Iw
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N. S. SACHS
53T JUST OPENED -
Dotted Swiss JVIuslins
In Dainty Colors, White Grounds with Colored Dots. Solid Colors In rink,
Black and Leghorn. Also, somo 1'rotty Laco Stripo Wliito Muslins, which
wo offer nt tho lowest prico of 20 Cents per Yard.
Printed Piques & Cotton Duck
In Stripes, rigurcd and I'olka Dots.
A Bargain in Worsted Dress Gooos I
KiT Wo are now oflorinR n lino of Lightweight All-wool Dips Goods in
very pretty shades. Theso are Doublo Width nnd will go for .11) Cent it Yard.
HE. X COK.SBTS
A Now Assortment Just Oponod. A full linu of sizes
in all qualities
Our Entire Stock
at'Priccs that are
5" Don't Forgot the Date March 2, 1896. -j
TEMPLE OF FASHION
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOn THE ABOVE TOUT ON
WcducMlny, Feb. 20ih,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared to
issuo Through Tickots from this City to all
points in the United Btates.
RTror furthor particulars regarding
Froight or l'ossngo, apply to
W, G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
23.T-.r)t General Agents.
PER S. S. AUSTRALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Take an Outing
Trains will leuve nt 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 r, m., nrrivinp; in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 3d Class
Petul City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wnianao 1 50 1 25
has been Remarked,
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519 FORT STREET
DDJl'T HEplTp jj MOMENT
About the best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
LOWEST PRICES. v
(20 Years' Experience.)
take Tride in My Work ami
gjV Shop nt T. B. Murray's Carriage
THE REGULAR ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholders of tho
Intor-Islnnd Stoam Navigation Co.,
L'cl.will ho hold nt tho Ollico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
AV. II. MoLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
ON ACCOUNT OF THE MILITARY " ,
function TliuwiUy evening tlie regular
mietitiL' oi me American i.eacuo is
postponed to FRIDAY F.VENING,
II. H. DltUMMOND.
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