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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 25, 1890.
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l and pleaded not miilty. Being
without funds, S. M. Bidlou wos
isaigned as their counsel.
A reception was tendered to W.
II. llilliard, the well-known artist,
and his sister nt tlio rooniB of the
iulohana Art Lcoguo.
Mrs. Catharine March Whitney,
ifo of Hon. II. M. Whitney, a
native of Portsmouth, N. II. and
d resident of the islands for over
fort' years, died of general dehil
tty,nged 70 years. Sho liad boon
.an invalid for four years.
Foh. 14. Tho steaniBhij) Mari
posa arrived on routo for tho Col
onies. Miss Kato Field gave a dinner
"to Minister and Mrs. Willis, Cou-
3ul-Goneral and Mrs. Mills and
. Ii. F. Dillingham at tho Hawaiian
Privnto Elwin of Company 1) in
practice at Makiki butts made two
8coivf. line ot ii and the other ol
50. The latter lias neer been
equaled in Hawaii, 1(.) being tho
Feb. 15 Rudolph Spreekols,
ly his attorney-iii fact, Alfred S.
Alrirtwell, has brought a bill for
injunction against tho Paauhnu
.Plantation Company. Plaintiff
sks th.it the defendant corpora
tion be declared tho trusteo to tho
lilaintiir of all dividends, etc., on
5000 shares of stock which ho
owns in said company and on
which tho corporation lefuo to
pay to him tho dividends accruing.
Tho Portuguese mill in Kukuau,
Hawaii, started grinding. About
fifteen moil are employed about
A p'irly of American capitalists
were at llilo looking over the
proppets for tho establishment of
i hiihk at I ha place.
Tin1 girls of tho Ivnmehamohii
ichoolb gave a very successful
concert for the beuoiit of tlie Ko
The two Portuguese newspapers
in tno city consolidated.
Fob. 10. Arthur Hauis and
foro other lads while liallnug near
Honolulu, were attacked by a
monster octopus anil the former
Tras nearly drowned before ho
Kiuld free liimsolf from its tenta-
X&e funeral of Mrs. II. M.
'Whitney was very largely at
tended. Feb. 10 Dr. McLennan was
twriously ill with appendicitis. A
successful operation was perform
ed and the doctor has since re
cravored. Rev. Mr. Romig and Prof. Har
well instituted n series of revival
jacotiugs at tho Christian church.
Feb. 18- Tho bark J.C. Plluger,
Irigantino W. G. Irwin and bar-
Icntino W. 11. IJimoinl all sailed
ivr San Francisco and an ocean
race is on.
The firo department wns called
txit for a small blazo on the
corner of Hotel and Smith streets.
Feb. 19. Tho Legislature -was
opened at noon with appropriate
aeremonie.-,. All tho government
notabilities, foieign diplomats and
liombers of the consular corps
rore present. Tho coromony took
laco in the throne room of what
vas formerly Iolani palace but is
iow tho executive building. Presi
dent Dolo read his message in tho
jrosonee of both Houses, which
sftorwards met separately and or
aniseed for tho session.
Tho U. S. S. Bennington loft
Sr Lahaina for target practice
ivo hours before tho opening of
Jio Legislature, and thoro was
-Much comment thoreon.
Andrew Walsh, tho engineer of
j train which ran oil' tho track and
'HI1&1 a native fireman, was tried
for niaiibli.uglitei uud acquitted.
Archie Smithies was oleoted
Sergeant ut-Arms of tho Senate
md .1. S. Tucker of tho House of
Feb. 20 -Both Houses of tho
"jLogifelaturo held bhort hessiouB,
io business of importance being
Tho contract for tho construc
tion ot the new opera houso on
Mo luiiiB of tho one destroyed
last year was let by W. G. Irwin
to G. W. Lincoln for $2:1,000,
Trork to bo commenced iminedi
aioly. The contested Senatorial elec
tion case from Hawaii was before
IBia Supreme Court, on tho motion
iia hear both petitions tit once.
TLo decision wus reserved.
The entire National Guard of
yiawaii reviewed by Gonoral War
Sold and visiting United States
Minister Damon outlined tho
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JjanuCiai progium ui. iuu yuvotu-j
Wo baTO tboiu
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WALL, - NICHOLS
a bottle- of
v&Ay to dtid(
Hollister -:- Drug
130-tf Agents for tlio ITnwidipn iBlandw.
Building -:- Lots
Dcllyutlu situation, lleantlfnlvlewof the
oeeun. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V GEAR.
When ft Comes
To Disinfectants ve; still JhaW
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and new
arrivals arc on hand.
SuH&!!ily mill 1 it b0
A general stock of Liquors, Ales and
FKLSH limt ALWAYS UN 1UUU0HT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of tho finest and como to n
direct from Euroio.
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Itnpottad struight from Louiv
JAMES OLDS, Prop,
FOHT AND HOTEL STS.
HeadQnarters Entcrorisc Brewimr Co'
Largest Consignment of Beor
that ever arrived hero, now
J. DQDD. X'rop'i
Cor. Nininiiii mid Ilcrctmiln Stu.
T. Ki:Vi:., ?Innnsor.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught nnd tliu Stntulnrd liranJs of
FINE WHISKIES, BRANDIES. WINE8 AND
TAIII.K CIVHirr A Sl'ECIAIrW
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 iiiiunti Slrcol.
C000 liiou daily to drink tho 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Postofllco Box 475 .... lloholulu.
S. I. SHAW, Tropriotor.
Corner KIiir & Niiiinnu Strvuto, IlnnolulD
Choice Liquors and Fino Jloor.
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent.
"Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all BusinosB Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, 'Hawaii.
I have some cli
ents wlio want
houses to live in.
FEANK PAOHECO, Propr.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stahles.
Hotel St., near Fort. Tol. 302.
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r ,, Address 1'. O. Box :!07, Honolulu,
or cTill nt tho I, X. L. Storo, corner King
and Nuuunu sticets
Queen Sicet, Honolulu.'
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Furnielied for IIuIUIIiik All Clastcs of
Machinery Hepnlr WorK, aiul,
ltcconstructlon or Itcmodel-
liii,' Old Plants.
Iron, Bras'), Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Aln
miuum, nnd Lend Castings. Urnninontul
and phifn Cunt Iron nud Steel Columns,
Iron nud Steel Girders nnd Trusses,
Grstiugs, Doors nnd Shutters, and a uouer
al lino of Iron nnd Brass Work for buildings
ofnllolnssos. Ship&' Blacksmith Work done
with neatness nnd dispatch. All workman
ship guarantied first class, nnd at prices
that hnvo been hitherto unknown on tho
Islnnd Ordors will rcccUe piompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEIGH,
Munuger and Proprietor,
P. (). llox 157.
Telcphones.-Onicc, 578; Works. 013.
EVERY i MiLN i HIS i GWN t HORSE i nDCTDR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
run tiik cum: of hisi:asi:i op .
HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEF, POQS, SWINE AND FQU&TIiY.
Tho marvelous remedy which provents
Hair Fallteg Out
EOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
KIT- Neat nnmnhlct freo on nnrttlcallon. P. O. llox 23, Tclciihoiie 20. 100-tf
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just ononcd a full and complete iitjpoitmoiit of the
luxuries and delicacies from ovory civilized notion,
which will ho sold lower tliiui I lie lowest. . . .
J. T. Waterhouse.
Q,Yiecn Sti'eet Store.
in Tins and Jars.. Assorted Chut
uoys, Hams and Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
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rm-irtTT a -VTTrxrcTn Tmnm
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FORT STEET, NO 10.
81 XClzxs- Street.
G. J. WaxiXiEii - - - Manaqek.
WHOLESALE AND IiETAIL
A New Abstract Office.
As a result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Ahstract Business, I
am prepared to mako Ahstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accurate
and complete manner, and on
F. W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Oilico, H18
Fort Stroot. 215-tf
THE P.ESIDENCE PROPERTY OP DB.
I A It Bownt, 205 King street, consisting
of n lot 100x200, 7 room dwelling houso,
oxoollent s'nblos, enrringa houso, chicken
hohso, Horvnut roociB oto.j nil new, will bo
sold furnished or uufurnishod, terms easy.
Euquiro of A l BOWAT.
.CWVBfS "$ TEL- 604
ojjaias (gym poopios
cVftasr,ri V , Store.
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BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers anoLIquor Merchants.
No. fi, Drumiu Street, - Snn Frnncisco.
FOIl SALE IN HULK.
Ami hicax Bouhiiov Wiiikkii.s in 7?o(f per
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
nt various prices according to ago and
California Orapf. Biundy tl Bond per
barrel of about 40 to f0 gallons.
A ho Ihrrelthrulttl Ce Whinliet:
"Extra Ponj" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles)
3 gallons per ciiho.
"Benrgrast," llouibou Whisky, 12 Ixittlcs, 2
2-C gallons per case.
"Old I ioueoi" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per cr.so.
"Tennessco Whito Bye" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 ii gallons per case.
OALIFOHNIA TOltT WINES, SnEllKlES,
Send orders by junil. Sntisfaetion gua
rnnteed, Braunschweiger & Co.
141-hn No. 5, Drumiu street.
FROM SS.00 UP.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
h JBT1 --- ----w.
Taro-Patch and Ukulolo Guitars
Mnde of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
.HISS HI. I'. I.KUKHKK.
Office: I Inwaiiiin Abstract and ITitlo
Company, corner Foil nud
209-tf Morchnnt 8ts.
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