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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Australia leaves nt -1 p. m.
Kn Loo o 1m Lnhui Iins sus
A gala night tomorrow, for tho
Asiatics, nt the circus.
Tho Board of Health is to meet
at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Moonlight concert nt Thomns
squaro this evening at 7:30.
Chief Clerk Hassingor is again
his post after a soiro of rhou-
nt his post
There wns plonty of room for
more at tho Hotol band concert
Tho engagement of Miss May
Cummins and Charles Croighton
Dr. J. S. B. Pratt will leavo for
n trip to tho Coast by this after
Tho embezzlement case of
Lionel Y. lledpath is sot for to
Mrs. G. P. Castlo and daugh
ter are among thoso who will
lenvo on tho Australia.
Tho first battalion marched out
to Makiki range ami indulged in
n sham battlo last night.
Cash prizes nt tho grand circus,
hippodrome, wild west show and
balloon ascension Saturday.
Tho proceedings of tho Legisla
ture aio published in full in tho
Evening Bulletin not garbled.
Tho "Y. F. Babcock shipped a
now crow yestordny and tho sec
ond mnto of tho Iroquois takes
the position of mate.
The inside of tho opera houso
is now n porfect network of
scaffolding, in proparntion for
putting on tho roof.
Threo hundred Chinese laborers
aro expected by tho China, duo on
Friday, and bOO Japaneso by tho
Chiyoda Maru, now duo.
AVhilo considering tho morits of
tho opium bill, it is important
that thoso of Star korosono oil
should not bo overlooked.
Thero will bo a special meeting
of the Leihmi Boat Club in the
- basement of tho Hawaiian llotol
nt 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Daring nets on four horses at
tho big hippodrorao races Satur
day aftornoon, at tho bnseball
grounds. A milorido standing.
About thirty mombors were
present nt tho meeting of tho
Missionary Glcanors hold in Cen
tral Union church yestorday after
noon. J. F. Brown, Agent of Public
Luuds, ndvertises two valuable
lots ono on this island, tho othor
on Maui to bo sold at unction on
Dr. Jennie L. Hildobrand, who
returned by tho Australia, hns
taken hor oilico at Fort and Boro
tnnia streets. See card in this
paper for oilico hours.
Tho next lecture of ttio Y. M.
C. A. course will bo hold on
Saturday ovoning, with Rov. D. P.
Bimio n8 lecturer. His subject
will bo "Tho Holy Laud."
Captain Park'or nnd posso at
midnight last night brought in
ten of tho Ohineso who had the
V trouble with doputy-sheriif Cox at
Mokuloia a few dnys since.
AVostbrook & Gares of tho
Central Morkot hnvo refitted their
place and added n largo rofrigor
ator so largo, indeed, that it is n
room by itself. This enterprising
firm is gaining patronugo from
all parts of Honolulu on nccount
of tho painstaking way in which
thoy deal with thoir customers, as
well ns tho most oxcollont quality
of their meats. If you want to
got tha best varieties of roast,
steak or stow moat, go to tho
Central markot nnd yon rany bo
sure of being suited.
Messrs. W. C. Pcncock it Co.
have placed on sale nt thoir
saloons, tho Royal, Pacifio and
Cosmopolitan, tho colobrated
Pubst Milwaukee drought boor.
It iB ono of tho finest in tho world
nnd its oxcollont qualities have
gained for it an enviable reputa
tion. It is tho only draught boer
in Honolulu that is manufactured
enst of tho Rocky Mountains.
Tho Royal, Pacific and Cosmopo
litan havo exchangeable tokens so
that if you buy a glass of boor at
" ono of them and receive a check
as change for your quarter it is
good for another glass nt either of
tho threo places.
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Brnvo Knchil in his mngniil-
AY. H.Halstead, an ex-lcgislntor
of Maui,is in town. Before being
n mombor of tho Legislature, ho
served as sorgeant-at-nrms ono
Entries for tho various contests
at Saturday's performance will bo
reserved without chargo at tho
circus box office by Mr. Cameron
up to Friday evening noxt.
Tho Advortisor is again inform
ed that tho Honolulu Cricket
Club's smoking concert comes off
on Saturday, and not on Thurs
day or last Monday ns noted in its
Profound and univorsal sym
pathy is folt for Mr. and Mrs.
Samuol Parker in tho death of
their son ill tho bloom of youth.
Polmor Kuihelani Porkor was bo
loved by all who know him.
.Tamos F. Morgnn makes some
notable additions to his real ostnto
column today. Thoy compriso
thoNaono promises at Pauoa, 14
residence lots at Knlilu and 20
residenco sites nt tho samo place.
Tho great land salo will take
place on Friday and Saturday.
Cnrdfl of Condolence.
"WliniiUAS, It has pleased God
to remove from us our friend and
pupil, Palmer Kuihelani Parker,
thoroforo bo it
Rksolved, That we, tho Facul
ty of Onhu College, horoby testify
to qur deop grief at tho loss which
wo havo been called upon to sus
tain; and further bo it
Kesolvkd, That wo express our
heartfelt sympathy for tho bereav
ed family in thoir great sorrow,
and also be it
ItEHOLVEi), that a copy of these
resolutions bo sent to tho parents,
and that thoy bo published in tho
Evening Bulletin and Hawaiian
Star. F. A. Hosmeii,
for Faculty of Onhu College.
Punahou, Fob. 2G, 1890.
AVhkueab, It has pleased God
to tako from our number our fellow-student
and friend, Palmer
Kuihelani Parker, thoroforo bo it
Resolved, That wo, tho Stu
dents of Onhu Collego, whilo testi
fying to our sorrow nt our loss, do
offer our sympathy totho f athor nnd
mother, sisters and brothers of
our friond, nnd bo it
Resolved, Thnt n copy of thoso
resolutions bo forwnrded to tho
Hon. nnd Mrs. Samuol Parkor
and that a copy bo published in
tho Evening Bulletin and Ha
AV. R. Castle, Jr.,
"William T. Rawlins,
Ride to York"
Life and Death of his
.... and ....
CHEAT SPECIAL PHOGHAMME.
Sfuujal Notick Thursday Evoning in
got apart ontirely for tho Chiuoae and Jap
aneso resident) of Honolulu.
NO 0TIIE11S ADMITTED.
The -:- Last -:- Appearance
OF THIS POPULAIl COMPANY,
An wo sail for Japan Tuesday, March .'Id.
Watch future announcements. 'J!i7-lt
Card of Thanks.
THE PltUSIDENT AND OFFI0EH8
of tho Stwngor's Friend Society desiro to
thank Ptofossor SSnmlocU and all thoso who
wviu associated with hi in for their kind
thoughts iu tenderitig n, benefit to tho
Honolulu, Feb. 25, 1830. 2."J7-t
11'gliost of ill in L'livoiiii'R Powr Labst I .S. Gov't Roj.ort.
Sugar nt 4 cents sends cold
chills through tho man who
disposed of his plantation stock
six months ngo. With the
price of such staples increasing
affairs iu Honolulu should
havo a boom. Sugar is tho chief
product of the islands; if the
prico goes up everyone hero
will benefit by it. If it goes
down tho majority of the
population suffers according
as they may havo interests
in tho trades of the country.
In good times, when money
is plenty, prices are usually up.
Even with a mere tendency to
better times tho prices iu somo
establishments aro sent sky
ward. But not with us. Wc
sell you a Jewell Stovn today
for twelve dollars, next week
or next year it will be the same
unless tho manufacturers can
mako 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 once in four ycars;tho old
stove is thrown out and from
fifteen to a hundred dollars are
invested in a new one.
Ours aro better than the
conventional stove, that is,
Jewell's is better and wo sell
Jewell's. In tho first placo the
castings aro thicker, conse
quently not so apt to rust or
burn through. Every part of
tho Jewell 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 stovo to last him ten
years. It will do it only by
tho interchangeable part sys
tem. Another point in tho
Jewell. Tho top of tho oven
is covered with a preparation
of asbestos which serves two
purposes. It keeps the heat
in tho oven and prevents the
top of that part of tho stovo
from wearing out.
Wo havo tho Jewell iu all
sizes from $12 upward.
Store open Saturdaj' even
ing. Von Holt Building.
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Offlco: Coiner of Fort and Heretnniu
Ofllco Ilouro: 0 to 11 a. in., 1 to -1 p. m,
Suudnyx, II to 10 u. m.
V M f A LECTURE
gjpiipY, FEB. 29.,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M., GRAND
. Stereopticon .
e. DoJqi.rS P. BlrfilE
Photographs tukon nnd Hlides rnado hy
ono of thu best professionals iu tho United
Do uot miss thoopportunityof Boeing tho
muguificent nictutesimd healing Mr. IHmio
describe his travel iu Palestine.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
237-lt Members of Y. M. O. A. free.
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FEBRUARY 20, 189G,
is our new insectitudo 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 Bough-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 we claim, we refund
money. You therefore take"
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
1IOBHON DRUG, CO.
The HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO, L'd
OAKS TO THE FISH MAKKET.
On nnd after Saturday, tho 22nd
inst., tho cars leaving Nuunnu
Vnlloy at tho following timo will
run via School nnd Fort streots to
tho Now Fish Market:
From Nuuanu Vnlloy nt (5.35,
7.35, 8.35, 9.3B, 10.35, 11.35 n. in.;
nlso nt 12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, 1.35,
5.35, G.35 p. in.
Cars will lenvo tho Fish Market
for tho Vnlloy nt 5.58, 0.58, 7.58,
8.58, 9.58, 10.58, 11.58 n. in.; nnd
12.58, 1.58, 2.58, 3.58, 4.58, 5.58,
0.58 p. in. Thoso cars will run
vin Fort streot, crossing Queen
street nt 5 minutes past tho hour.
On Sundays tho cars will conso
running to tho Mnrkot after 8 n.m.
Theso enrs connect with tho enr
leaving Punnhou at tho hnlf-hour,
nnd on tho return journey thoy will
nlso connect with a Borotnnin
A New Shipment
Just to hnnd per
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The Veiv finest
Ijefrpiated .-. Meaty
Como nnd seo onr
NEW CHICAGO BEFRIGERATORS.
Westhrook & Gares,
- - - 104.
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I ITow Advertisements. ,
That's tho Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
Spring is coining and we will start the hall arolling
with a Fine Assortment of
For Ladies and Children. They are the Latest
Shapes and Trimmed in the Latest Styles. Wu
havo also received hy this steamer
The Latest Sailor Hats
B3? Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to the Department will convince 3'ou of that fact.
Our Entire Stock has been Remarked
at Prices that are ....
Below Bedrock !
FaT Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896. "
TEMPLE OF FASHION
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOUnS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Heretanla nnd Scliool
BOARD AND ROOM!
Per "Week 7.50
EST" Excollont location. Tele
phone 707. 201-t
Take an Outing
Trnins will leavo at 0:15 a. m,
nnd 1:45 l. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 i. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Cliw LM Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
W. H. WINCHESTER,
MAKNES8 MAK11K AND BADDLEK.
Sella Hawaiian trees and ro-covors
Onr Slotto in s
"Tako Pain3 and Keep Customors."
115 llothol St., between King itml Hotel,
..Krv t"T fcM
519 FORT STREET
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DDN'T Hl$Tp MOMENT
About tlic best place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
(20 Yearn' Experience.)
take Tride in My Work and
0B Shop at T. 11. Mtiiray'a Cftrrin(;o
THE ItEGULAll ANNUAL
Meoting of tho Stockholders of tho
Inter-island Steam Navigation Co.,
LM.vill ho hold at tho Oilico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
ad, at 10 o'clock A. M.
W. H. MoLEAN,
Secretary I. T. S. N. Co., L'd.
To Let or Lease.
THE "tESlDFNCE OK MltS. A. I.ONd,
nuo inilo from postofllce. liiiro buiitfo with
(uruituro. Four licil room, parlor, large
dluiiiK room, puntry. kltuhoii. bath rooms,
hot nuil cobl wiitur. with pntunt closets,
servant house, stables, borso "paddock,
garden nnd trct'H, A charming location.
Apply to J ALFKKI) MAOOON.
lierebnut st., uoxt FoKtoiUco.