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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Moonlight bnnd concert nt Ma
kco Island tonight.
Contrnctor Lincoln is pushing
work on tho now opera houso.
Zamloch. tho ningicinn, opens
up nt tho old Chincso theatre to
night. Miss EaBtman of tho Kindor-
jarten Schools loft for tho const
iy tho Austrnhn.
Mnrshnl Brown hns onco moro
nsBumed tho control of tho Polico
Kov. Mr. Romig pronchos nt tho
Christian Church tonight on tho
"Conversion of Saul."
Ollicor Cordos arrested Ah Hoy
with a couplo of licheo nuts filled
witii opium Inst night.
A special porformanco for Chi
ncso and Japaneso will bo given
by "Wirth's circus tonight.
llegular rohoarstil of tho Y. M.
C. A. orchestra to-night at 7:30.
Every member is expected to be
Dctoctivo Kanpn nrrosted Ah
Sam Inst night on tho chnrgo of
stonling n silver wntch from a
Tho Loilani Boat Club adjourn
od its proposod mooting last night
on account of tho denth of Pnliuer
Pnrkor, ono of its mombors.
Two hundred dollars, raised by
tho efforts of Roy. D. P. Brrnio
for tho Armeninn sufforors, wns
forwnrded by P. C. Jones yester
day. Tho f iinornl of tho Into Palmer
Parker will tnko plnco from tho
family residonco on King street
at 4:00 this afternoon. Row U.
II. Parker will olliciato.
Up to tho present dnto Mr.
AVirth hns donntod twouty-ono
hundred dollars in benefits to va
rious deserving local institutions.
This beats everybody's record.
Mr. C. Lohmnnn, tho Bothcl
streot tailor, has nn advertisement
in todny's pnpor. Mr. Lohmnnn
omploys white labor only and
makes a specinlty of fino goods.
Tho High school concort will
bo on Saturdny ovoning. C'ountor
attractions will not ail'ect it, as
tickots for nearly tho whole capa
city of tho room are already sold.
Chief Justico Judd, in his ro
port to tho Legislature, recom
monds the appropriation of sal
aries for two new officials a
third deputy clerk at headquarters
nnd a shorthand writer for tho
two Circuits of Hawaii.
Johnny Hayward, tho woll
known trotting horso with a coast
record of 2.18, Hawaiian record
2.26, will bo sold Saturday, Fob.
29th, at 12 o'clock, by James F.
Morgan. Johnny llayward is a
gontfo horso suitable for ladies to
There wore 12(5 cases of fovor in
Honolulu yesterday, consisting of
typhoid, malarial, and malarious
fovor with a tondoncy toward
typhoid. Some of tho most roput
nblo physicians attributo tho causo
to tho wator. Sinco tho cholera
scare vanished people hnvo ro
lapsed from carefulness in having
all wator for drinking boiled.
Fivo desorting sailors from the
W. F. Babcock were sont aboard
that vessel this morning in charge
of Jailor Evans and a posso of
polico. "When soon leaving tho
polico station by a Bulletin re
porter thoir appearanco fully jus
tified the oncomiuniH passod on
them by Captain Graham. Thoy
woro a tough looking crowd, ono
boing in handcuffs.
Tho rnco botweon Judnh, Gus
Schumann's mnro, and Jim
Qninn's gelding, Johnny Hay
ward, which wns to havo boon
run on March 7th is not coining
oil', Mr. Schumann having with
drawn his animnl nnd forfoitod
tho 8100 which ho hnd put up,
conceding that Johnny llnywnrd
is tho faster horso. Tho latter
will bo sold at auction on Satur
Tho high land lots nt Ponrl
City iiro 200x100 feot, and havo a
deep soil that will grow any
thing. Thoy command a splen
did view and for persons whoso
health requires high and dry
habitations they cannot be sur
pnssed for suburbnn homos. Own
ers of these lots hnve tho privilego
of n 25c. first-clnBs fnro for tho
round trip from Honolulu, or 10c
enoh wny socond clnss. A cfinuco
to got ono of these lots cheap will
bo hnd nt Mr. Morgan's bale to
morrow and Saturdny.
i.n mi'iirwri fiMrrnwairinw
Specinl mooting of Reciprocity
nt 9 tomorrow. s
Tho S.S. China will sail for San
Francisco at 10 n.m. tomorrow.
The Honolulu Chornl Society
hns arranged for a public concert
on March 10th.
Onhu Collego closed this aftor
noon on account of tho funeral of
P. Mclnornv hns started a
grocery on Hotel street and chal
lenges tho wholo guild on pricos.
Thoro will bo n lecturo nt tho
Young Hawaiinns Institute to
night, to which all friends of tho
socioty aro invited.
An orchestra, consisting of
twonty-two mombors, has been
formed at Punahou Collego under
tho leadership of Prof. Bergcr.
Tho deputy-sheriffs of South
Hilo, Wailuku and Lihuo will
hereafter bo known ns tho deputy
shoriffs of Hawaii, Maui and
The Board of Immigration will
meet this aftornoon at 2:30 at tho
oflico of tho Minister of tho In
terior to apportion immigrants
and transact routino business.
Professor Koobolo, entomolo
gist for tho Hawaiian Government,
arrived by tho China from his
tour iii Australia and tho Orient,
searching for destroyers of insect
blights and posts.
Toiuorrow resorved seats will
bo on salo between 10 a. in. and
T p. m., at tho circus box ofliro
for tho gront combined show to
tnko place nt tho ball grounds on
Saturday afternoon. No extra
charge to purchnsers.
Tho Pacific Hard waro Company
aro exhibiting in ono of thoir big
show windows, a series of oight
haudsomo silver cups, won during
the years 1893 4 by AV. H. Corn
woll, tho young son of "Billy"
Cornwall, nt tho nthlotic sports of
King's Collego, London, Eng.
Mnstor Cornwoll is a native of
Honolulu and thoro is reason for
considerable prido in the fuel of
his hnviug carried off so many
prizes from so largo and wolf
known a school.
A SPOIATj MEETING OF THEHCCM'.
rneity Sugar Company will Uo held at tho
Oflico of tho Ilnwniiau Safo Deposit nu I
Investment Company at 9 o'clock TOMOR
ROW MORNINCJ, tiio 2Sth Jnit.
Per order. W. R. CASTLE,
afeirfdaif fueinoon, Feb. 29.
Gates open nt 2. Comniouco nt II.
Distinct Attractions !
SCCNFS IN THE WILD WEST,
WIRTH S CIRCUS COMPANV AND
THE OENSATIONAL 0ALL09N ASCENT.
Ailmlfttlnii to Suit Everybody:
General Admitcion to Ground 2."u.
AdmiHiou to (Ira lid Stuud (50e.
Admission to Reserved Chairs 715c.
87" Entries for Cowboys' Uaco, Pick
iiiK Up nud Lassoing receivod nt tho Circns
OIUco THIS DAY from 10 h. m. to 0 p. in.
tST All Entries FREE. 238-lt
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Custom House Broker,
ISTotary -:- "Public,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully attended to.
nr Office with II. E. Walkor, Cum.
imns Block, Merchnnt streot. 238-tf
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Oflko: Corner of Tort and Herotnnin
Oflico Ilourbi 0 to 11 n. in., 1 to 1 p. in.
Sundays, !) to 10 u. in.
n-u v.. ... .i..., -....
Ii:g'io4 if !f i i L-'iV'Miin? l'i)ffr- Latit t'.S. Gov't Rojort.
AB5CX.VKELY ft VF
Sugar nt 4 cents sends cold
chills through tho innn who
disposed of his plantation stock
six months ngo. With tho
price of such staples increasing
affairs in Honolulu should
have a boom. Sugar is tho chief
product of tho islands; if tho
price goes up everyone here
will benefit by it. If it goes
down tho mnjority of the
population suffers according
ns thoy may lwvo interests
in tho trades ofthd country.
In good times, when money
is plenty, prices are usually up.
Even with n mere tendency to
better times tho prices in some
establishments are sent sky
ward. But not with us. Wo
sell you a Jewell Stovo today
for twelve dollars, next week
or next year it will be the same
unless the mauuf.icturers can
make them for less.
You know what tho con
ventional slovo for wood or
coal amounts to in this country.
Climatic conditions involve
tho expense of new stoves
about once in four yearsjtho old
stove is thrown out and from
fifteen tu a hundred dollars aro
invested in a new one.
Ours aro better than tho
conventional stovo, that is,
Jewoll's is better and wo sell
Jewell's. In tho first place the
castings aro thicker, conse
quently not so apt to rust or
burn through. Every part of
the J ewoll is inter changeablo;
if n part breaks, wears, burns
or rusts out it can be 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 tho heat
in tho oven and prevents the
top of that part of tho stovo
from wearing out.
Wo havo tho Jewell in all
sizes from $12 upward.
Store open Saturday even
Von Holt Building.
Undor tho Pntronngo nnd in th
Presence of the
Chinese and Japanese
Residents of Honolulu.
&J l'ositUely Emit Appeal anco of this
I'opulnr nnd Tnlunted Company.
IN PREPARATION A Program Worthy
of tho Occasion.
SPEOIAL-The Compuny will leave by
the B. S, '"Chiyodn" on Tuehdny noxt for
FEBItUAltY 27, 189(5.
. fA-..w.i.wwim, niwwMmi
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 Kough-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. Price 25c.
Got it of
I-IOBBON DRUG, CO.
So Prices KSes
Every price wo quote is thelocit Wo
intend to keep our prices nlwnys tho lowoht.
If they're not bring your purchaso back
and got tho money. Thnt'g our standing
offer. Compare our prices consider that
qunlity in tho choicest nnd bee if such
prices nro to lo found vixen here.
XJ Quick, Tree Delivery.
Hotel streot, opp. Arlington Anuox.
No. 117 Rothcl nt., betweon King nnd Ilotol
Clothing Made to Order
IS THE LATEST STYLE.
Satihfnction Ounrnutccd for Oood Fit.
Only White Ladok Employed.
Itcpnlrliifr and Cleaning n .Specinlty.
A New Shipment
Celebrated Mineral Mr
Just to hand per
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Vorv finest
l(eMgeMed .-, Metity
Como and bco our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
That's tho Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroofc.
Spring is coming and we will start tho ball arolling
with a Fino Assortment of
TRIMMED '.'LEGHORN '.'HATS
For Ludies and Children. They are the Latest
Shapes and Trimm-d in tho Latest Styles. Wo
havo also received bv this stea'iier
The Latest Sal
BjF' Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to tho Department will convince you of that fact.
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that are
t5 Don't Forgot the Date March 2, 1896. -"S3
TEMPLE OF FASHION
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOUItS.
TIIE FINEST BRANDS OF
Gioars and Tobacco!
alwat3 ok nAND. '
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. MoLkan, Prop.)
Xuuimu Ae., bctVcn Berctaula ami S'-IjooI ,
BOARD AND ROOM !
Per Day, $1.25
fiST" Excollont locution. Tolo
Take an Outing"
Trains will luuvoat 9:15 a.m.
and 1:45 p. M., nrrivinp; in Jlono
luln ut 3:11 mid 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 'Jil Clas
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
EwuPliiutution... 1 00 75
Wninnao 1 50 1 25
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAltNESS MAKElt AND 8ADDL12U.
Soils Hawniinn trees and re-covers
Our Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customors."
115 llethcl St., bctwtcn King am Hottl,
has been Remnr'u'd
519 FORT STREET
The HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO., Li
CARS TO THE FISH MA11KET.
On and nftor Saturday, tlio22ud
inst., tho cars leaving Nuuanu
Valloy at tho following timo will
run via School and Port streets to
tho Now Pish Market:
Prom Nuuanu Valley at (5.35,
7.35, 8.35, D.35, 10.35, 11.35 a. m.;
also at 12.35, 1.35, 2.85, '..35, -1.35,
'c.Wwiiiieivo tho Fish Market
8.58, D.58, 10.58, 11.58 a. in.; nnd
12.58, 1.58, 2.58, 3.58, -1.58, 5.58,
via lort streot. crosRiin Oupon
street at 5 minutes past tho hour.
un ouniiays tlio enrd will censo
running to tho Market after 8 a.m;
T'SO cars connect with HiO car
leaving Punahou at tho half-hour,
and on thoroturn journoy thoy will
also connect with a Eorotania
(20 Years I'ljiericuce.)
fake 'Pride in My Work ami
7- Shop nt T. 11. Murniy'rt Curringo
TIIE REGULAR ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholdors of tho
Intor-Ihland Steam Navigation Co.,
L'd.will bo hold at tho Ollico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. m.
W. II. M CLEAN,
Secretary I. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
To Let or Lease.
THK lllDBNCn Or MILS. A. LONcl,
ono mllo from potofllco. Intrgo lioiiho with
furniture. Tour bod rooimi, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, Uth patent cloHotu,
Boraut houses, btalilew, horbo paddock,
garden nnd trees. A charming locution.
Apply to J ALl'W.l) MAQOON.
Merchant Ht next roatotllce.
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