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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Kato Field tonight.
A card of tlinnks appears olso
wliero. For ntlditionnl local items see
Gricltot playing season will be
gin two wcoks irom Saturday.
Ask your doctor about tlio good
qualities o Rainier and Olympic
Leghorn hate aro the specialty
this week at the storo o N. H.
Thoro waB unusual enthusiasm
manifested in tlio aftor mooting
last night at tlio Christian church.
-Tlio circus will noxt perform
tomorrow night, giving "Dick
Turpin's Rido to York7' as tLt
"ThoWork of tho Spirit in Con
version" will bo Bov. Mr. Bomig's
subject tonight nt tho Christian
Tho Cricket Club smoking con
cert will bo hold on Saturday
ovoning. Tickots at Golden Bulo
Miss Kato Field lectures to
night at tho Kaumakapili church
for tho benefit of tho Freo Kindor
gartons. Tho Ilollister Drug Co. havo
received a fresh supply of viipo
cr'esoliiie, tho specific for whoop
Tho Metropolitan Book of
Fashions for tho spring and sum
mer has arrived and can bo had
at Mrs. Ilannn's.
Vl'liere will bo a special Lonton
service of tho Second Congrega
tion of St. Androw's Cathedral to
morrow at j.z:iu.
Prof. Zamloch's ontortainmont
Ttr flin linnnfif rf fllft RfpnTlffnra'
frioiul Society last night was at
nded by a small but soloct au
enco. In making up your foreign mail,
remember that tho Bulletin con
joined tho only full roport of tlio
Loap Year Ball and the K. of P.
aunivorsary, besides other "oxclu
Tho Supremo Court is hearing
an appoal from tho decision of
Judge Perry rondorod yesterday
in tho matter of tho cstato of tho
lato Kathnrino L. Youmans.Judgo
Carter is sitting in placo of Jus
tice "Whiting, absent from illness.
Emil Brandt, of the Ilawaiian
band, who has boon playing with
tho circiiB pcoplo of late, has
composed a march entitled "Cir
cus "Wirth" and dedicated it to
Mr. "Wirth. Tho baud played
splendidly last night, Mr. Mc
Mahon, tho leador, excelling him
self. J. D. Tucker, sorgoant-at-arms
of tho House, is ono of tho most
stalwart incumbents of that oilico
for many years in tho Hawaiian
Legislature "Josh" iB attentive
to tho press table without neglect
ing the mombors in any way. It
is such a peaceable houso that tho
reporters will never havo the fun
of seeing him "bounce" a dis
'iuial, rent coasiMiiAcv.
L'lnlertMxxl unl Micrlilun ncforo n
i Judge Porry presided at tho
term session of tho Circuit Court
this morning, for tho trial of
Frank Underwood and J. K.
Sheridan alias AV. J. Shoridan for
conspiracy. Theso aro tho alleged
filibustering ngonts from Califor
nia. Judgo Carter was disqua
lified from having boon Doputy
Attorney Gonoral when tho do
fondants woro anested, thus
having inside information of tho
case. Doputy Attornoy Gonoral
Dolo prosecuted, and S. M. Ballon,
by assignment of the Court, de
fended tho prisoners.
In drawing tho jury C A Brown
and E F Bishop woro oxcused for
cause, and L Marks, E "W Jordan,
J "W Bobertsou and "W E Tyrroll
by the defendant. Tho following
jurors being satisfactory woro
sworn: G A Schumann, W "W
Harris, A F Gilfillan, D Ciozior,
0 H Clapp, J Coakloy, F B Auor
bach, S Decker, 0 U Bollina, T
"Wright, J E "Wostbrook, C It
Tho witnesses oxamined up to
noon wore P Neumann, F H Hay
soldon, P Naumann Jr., Harry
Jueu, F "W "Weed, E Noumann
and Dr. S G Tuckor. Tho ovi--C
donco is similar to what was given
in tho District Court on prelimin
ary examination and .fully report
ed iu this papor.
Attended 1.V n Goodly Crmd-(old
Wnlrli (lit en Awiij.
Thoro was another largo attond
anco at tho circus last night. An
excellent performance was given.
Senator Rico's gift horses again
distinguished themsolvos, and no
less Kachail, tho young Javanese,
who nxlo thorn. Alberto gavo a
ropotition of his daring and skil
ful trupozo business, besides, with
Bums and EIbio St. Leon, acting
in a triplo combinition on tho
samo apparatus. Tlio ladies woro
upto the mark in thoir equestri
anism, and Hayes in clown cos
tumo proved anew his ability in
equine navigation. Tho threo
littlo girls gavo thoir "Alabama
Coon" and "My Best Girl's a
Corker" song and danco acts,
while Muriel Wirth was again at
homo on tho aorial wire. In con
clusion a lady's gold watch was
given away by drawing, tho
holder of tho lucky number, 17,
boing a nativo lad in his loons.
Tho littlo child of tho visiting
lady aoronaut, about four years of
ago, drow tho number out of a
bag. Thoro will bo another per
formance on "Wednesday evening.
A llmvo Hoy.
Apropos of tho recent accident
at Waikiki whoro tho big squid
attacked tho threo boys wlio woro
bathing,littlo Kachilof tho circus,
who was tho first ono grabbed by
tho monster, had taken Mr. St.
Leon's child, Georgio, tho infant
ridor, into the slmllow water
alongshore, whilo ho took a head
or olT tho pior. As soon as ho
succeeded in tearing tho horrid
suckers loose from his limbs, Ka
chil swam to Goorgio and; taking
him in his arms, carried him
ashoro before returning to assist
his companions. His thoughtful
ness and tho fearless mannor
which ho displayed in going back
to help battle with so formidable
a foe aro deserving of all praiso.
KnuninknpllI Church Tonight.
Loudon Daily Telegraph. It
was a pleasant sight to behold tho
rapt and pleased attontion with
which tho crowded audionco list
ened to Miss Kato Field's lecture
on Charles Dickons. This lady's
great talont is well known in
America, whoro sho has met with
tho greatest success, and whoro
shoJuiB lectured in evory town
with much applnuso.
Tho extreme clearness of Kate
Fiold's speech, hor perfect self
possession and subdued gosturo,
givo groat distinction to her ora
tory, while her arch sonso of
humor in catching tho comic por
tions of Dickons' narrative excited
tho greatest hilarity.
Card of Thanks.
THE LADIES THANK THE MEMBERS
of tho W. 0. T. U. nnd Y. W. 0. T. U. who
so generously contributed to tho Now Eng
land Dinner. Amount realized $171.
General Manager of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United Stales for the Ilawaiian
Offick: Merchant street, Honolulu,
No Performance Tonight !
Tomorrow - Night
Terminating (by request) nltli
" Dick Turpin's
Ride to York."
.... and ....
PFT Iti'Ml tlio Startling Announcement In
tomorrow's Hvi.lf.tiv Sail-It
THE REGULAR ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholders of the
Intor-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
L'd.will bo hold nt tho Olllco of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. jr.
W. II. MoLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
Highest of .ill in Lmi ening Power. Latest I'.S. Gov't Rojort.
Sugar nt 4 cents sends cold
chills through the man who
disposed of his plantation stock
six months ago. With tho
prico of such staples increasing
affairs in Honolulu should
havo a boom. Sugar is tho chief
product of tho islands; if tho
prico goes up everyone horn
will benefit by it. If it goes
down the majority of the
population suffers according
as they may hnvo interests
in tho trades of tho country.
In good times, when money
is plenty, prices aro usually up.
Even with a mere tendency to
better times the prices iu some
establishments aro sent sky
ward. But not with us. Wc
sell you a Jewell Stove today
for twelve dollars, next week
or next year it will bo the samo
unless the manufacturers can
make them for less.
You know what the con
ventional stove for wood or
coal amounts to in this country.
Climatic conditions involve
the expense of new stoves
about onco in four yearsjtho old
stove is thrown out and from
fifteen to a hundred dollars aro
iuvested in a new ono.
Ours aro better than tho
conventional stove, that is,
Jewell's is better and wo sell
Jowell's. In the first placo tho
castings aro thicker, conse
quently not so apt to rust or
burn through. Every part of
the Jewoll is inter changeable;
if a part breaks, wears, burns
or rusts out it can bo re
placed. In tho United States a man
buys a stove to last him ten
years. It will do it only by
tho interchangeable part sys
tem. Another point in the
Jewell. Tho top of the oven
is covered with a preparation
of asbestos which serves two
purposes. It keeps tho heat
in tho oven and prevents tho
top of that part of tho stovo
from wearing out.
Wo havo tho Jewoll in all
sizes from $12 upward.
Store open Saturday even
ing. Von Holt Building.
.... HY Tiir. ....
Honolulu Cricket Club
THISTLE CLUB ROOMS,
Saturday Evening, February 29th,
At 7.30 o'clock.
Can now bo obtained from Members of tlio
Committee and at the (ioldcu Rule Xlazaar.
S.LB. de Hawaii
ALL HILLS AGAINST THE
Shonld bo presented nt any time,
Board of Directors
Tintouau P. O. Box 249.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
999-1 m 1 o i
- i oi'LTHinrv.
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 uso. Tho groat,
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, whoro 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 wc claim, wc refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBROX DRUG. CO.
The HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO,, L'd
On and after Saturday, tho 22nd
hist., tho cars leaving Nuimnu
Yalloy at tho following timo will
run via School and Eort streets to
tho Now Fish Market:
From Nuunnu Aralloy 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, (5.35 p. m.-
Cars will lenvo tho Fish Market
for tho Vidloy 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,
(5.58 j). in. Theso ears will ran
via Fort street, crossing Queon
street at 5 miuutoa past tho hour.
On Sundays tho cars will ceaso
running to tlio Market aftor 8 a.m.
Theso cars connect with tho car
leaving Puuahou at tho half-hour,
and on tho return journoy thoy will
also connect with a Borotania
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR T1II2 A110VE roitT ON
Wcilucsrtuy, Fell. Jittth,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho umlerhigned nre now nronared to
issue Through Tiokota from thia City to all
K)lntx iu tlio United Btntex.
ETor further pnrtlcija reanrding
Froight or l'nswige, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'n,
2.i:i-."it General Agents.
Tho Very ITincst
I(eMgeMBu .-. Me&ty
Come and seo onr
NEW CHICAGO REFBIgERATORS.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Tclonhone - - i - 104.
Now Advorticomentc. $u
:-r-3 ' n
That's tho Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Spring is coming and we will start the ball arolling
with a Fine Assortment of
TRIMMED 7 LEGHORN yfl ATS
For Ladies and Children. Thoy nie tho Latest
Shapes and Trimmed in tho Latest Styles. We
havo also received by this steamer
The Latest Sailor Hats
W3r Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to tho Department will convince you of that fact.
Our Entiro Stock
at Prices that are
32 Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896. -j
TEMPLE OF FASHION
II. J. NOME, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at alij nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OK BAND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuauu Ao., between llcrctnnla and School
BOARD AND ROOM!
Per Day, $1.25
BOf Excellent location. Tolo
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . .
Trains will leuvoat 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 r. St., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 p. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Chia -d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnoo 1 50 1 25
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAHNIZSS MAKr.lt AND SADDLKR.
Soils Hawaiian trees nnd ro-covors
Our Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Keop Customors."
115 Dotliel St., btitwtou Kiug unci Hotel,
has been Remarked
. . . . '
519 FORT STREET
DON'T HITiTE IMENT
About tlie best plnce to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
('JO Yeuru' Kxiorieucc,)
fake Tn'de in My IVori and
F"Shoi) nt T. 11. Murrnj's Carriage
A SPECIAL MEETING OF LAHORUKS
nuil Mechanics will be held nt tho American
Lean"" Hull TUESDAY EVENINO, Feb
ruiiry 25th, nt 7i.'!0 o'clock (iharp. All pco
plo iuterostcd in organized lnbor mo earn
ehtly rcquohtod to nttend.
t i.',15.2t COMM ITTEE.
To Let or Lease.
THE IHSinrNCROK MRS. A, LONG,
ouo milo from poMoflice. Enrgo hoiibo with
urnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot nnd cold water, with patent closets
sonant Iiouhch, staliles, horso paddock)
garden nnd trees, A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.,
Merchant st., next rostofllcel V
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