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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 28, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No circus show tonight.
Thistle club this ovoning.
Cricket club's smoker tomorrow
Sco corrected dates of foreign
steamers in this papor.
Templnr, moots this evening.
A great program for Saturday
night's circus is in preparation.
Tho G. A. B. peoplo cleared
about $1180 on tho circus bonoiit.
Rev. Roinig will tako for his
subject tonight, "Tho "Wise
Manv noonlo aro alllicted with
"tlmt tired feeling" aftor last
Benson, Smith fe Co. have tho
simon-puro Indian curry for sale.
Try it once.
Tho High school concert will
tako place at that building tomor
J. J. "Williams makes a particu
larly attractive offer in tho lino
Rev. Mr. Birnio lectures at Y.
M. C. A. hall to-morrow night on
J'Tho Holy Land."
The Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will hold its monthly
mooting on Monday ovoning.
Rev. 1). P. Birnio's lecture on
Palestino tomorrow ovening will
havo fiuo lantern illustrations.
Rov. Mr. Homing will discourso
to-morrow night at tho Christian
Church on "Tho Wiso Lopors."
Tho Hawaiian Athletic Associ
ation will havo a special meeting
on Monday night at tho Y.M.O.A.
Don't forgot that tho groat
closing out solo at tho Tomplo of
Fashion begins Monday, March
Threo separato charges of Jar
cony havo been entered ogaiust
Hong Pew, tho Chinese harness
Tho barkontino Planter will
sail for San Francisco tomorrow.
Theo. H. Davies & Co. aro tho
The proceedings or tho Sumilo
at yesterday's aftornoon session
will bo found on tho second and
Dotectivo Kaapa loaves tomor
row for a trip to Hawaii on busi
ness connected with tho Police
"V. S. Luco's sale of chairs at
tho circus tout has been put off
about as often as tho Club Stables
sale, but it is bound to come off
next Monday at 10 a. m.
Everything will bo marked at
cost or lesB during tho big closing
out salo at tho Templo of Fashion.
Salo bogins Monday, March 2, and
will continuo as long as thoro aro
any goods loft.
Tho Evening Bulletin will
pay a reward for tho detection and
conviction of any ono stealing
papers from oithor tho printing
oflico, managing office or tho
premises of subscribers.
There will bo a mooting of the
Hawaiian Rowing Association at
tho oflico of A. G. M. Robortson
at 1.8Q o'clock tomorrow, Satur
day, aftornoon to discuss a change
in dato of tho annual regatta.
Tho American League had a
lively meeting last night and
mado arrangements for opon meet
ings during tho session of tho
Legislature, at which bills and
othor matters of interest boforo
that body may bo discussed.
Thoro was a good sized atten
dance of Chinese and Japaneso
at tho special performance of tho
circus for thoso nationalities last
night. Though loss domonstra
tivo than Europeans and natives,
tho crowd showed onjoymont of tho
show in their faces.
Kuahanui, who stolo a dollar
from Hanaloi, pleaded guilty of
larceny in tho fourth degroo in tho
District Court this morning and
ho will pondor over Judgo do la
Vorguo'o severity for tho noxt
threo months in tho intorvals of
his hard labor in malting now
O. Ua ploadod guilty of stealing
a black coat from a Chinese
Judge do la Vorgno suspended
sontonco this morning at tho re
quest of tho prosocution. Of four
natives who pleaded guilty of aid
ing and abetting tho crimo two
woro given throe months each at
hard labor and tho othor two are
still on tho anxious seat.
Threo druiiks paid tho usual
lino this morning.
Tho band will play at Thomas
squaro this ovoning.
Tho Rodpath caso is set for pre
liminary examination tomorrow.
Tho Sonato is ahead of its work
and has nothing to do until Mon
day. Pastor Isenborg will conduct
divino Borvico in Gorman at Y. M.
C. A. hall at 11 o'clock Sunday.
Thoro has already been n num
der of entries in tho various races
at tho big show tomorrow after
James F. Morgan will sell a
very desirable property on Judd
stroot at 12 o'clock tomorrow. See
Tho rccoivor's sale of tho Club
Stables Co.'s property has been
again postponed, this timo until
12 o'clock tomorrow.
Ah Lam, who is charged with
tho larcony of a 825 silver watch
and a 81.70 plated gold ring, will
havo his trial tomorrow.
Tho Sonato Committco on Com
merce is in session, this aftornoon.
Sovoral of tho othor committees
will also sit today and tomorrow.
Kaili was tried and found guilty
this morning by Judgo do la
Vorgno for stealing 75 conts from
ono Lum Yit. Ho was sentonced
to four months hard labor.
The case against tho ton Moku
leia Ohiuoso has booli continued
until Monday; also tho ombozzlo
mont chai'go against Honry Olds.
During tho dance last night at
tho Drill Shed A. F. Clark lost a
diamond scarf pin; a reward is
offered for its return to liustaco &
Co., Qucon street.
Tom Hollinger has transform
ed tho old Bulletin building on
Queen street into a very respecta
ble looking building. Ho is now
having it painted. ,
Tho funoral services of tho lato
Palmor Parkor took placo yester
day aftornoon. A largo number
of friends arrived too lato owing
to a misunderstanding about tho
Sinco tho informers' feo of
cl.00 for tnfli conviction for
gambling has been disallowed
thoro has been, no urrestK for
gambling by tho Bpccial detec
tives. Tho Wall, Nichols Company
call attention in this issuo to
Kingsbury pianos, Storling bicy
cles, organs, typewriters, music
boxes and a thousand and one
other articlos too numerous to
John Fornandez, Joseph Hawa
auhau, Ahakuolo, Makaoni, Kaa
naana and Jim Eailua aro tho
young Hawaiians who will com
pete in tho cowboy contests at tho
Don't leave your pictures until
thoy nro ruined before having
thorn framed. King Bros aro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
bettor to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwnro Com
pany havo received an immonso
assortment of brass bird cages
which thoy aro selling very cheap.
Also a smaller stock of painted
cages for thoso who profor them.
Thoro was a very small atten
dance and no biddors at Jamo3 F.
Morgan's laud salo today. People
seom to havo lost thoir land
hunger sinco the recent judicial
salo held by Mr. Morgan, whon
tho high prices givon surprised
Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, a rnom
ber of tho House of Noblos whon
its membership was for life boforo
the revolution of 1887, and who
was president of tho Logislativo
Assembly in 1881, whon Noblos
and Representatives sat togothor,
visited tho House of Representa
tives as well as tho Sonato yestor
day. As ho entered unobserved
and took a Boat behind tho mem
bers, tho Representatives did not
accord him duo distinction as did
at Tun drill shed last night
a Diamond Scarf I'm. Fimlor return to
A. F. Chirk, at Hustnce Ss Co.'a, Queen
streot, and rocclre reward. 2.1!Mt
DUItUH HERB l'ASTOlt I8ENBEBG
in dor Y. M. 0. A. Hall am SONNTAG,
den 1 Muerz, 1890, uui 11 Uhr Vormlt
lligliost uf jiI in L'avening Powr. Lattst t'.S. Gov't Report.
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Sugar nt 4 cents sends cold
chills through tho innn 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 here
will benefit by it. If it goes
down tho majority of the
population suiters according
ns they may have interests
in tho trades of tho country.
In good times, when money
is plenty, prices aro usually up.
Even with a liiero tendency to
better times tho prices in some
establishments aro sent sky
ward. But not with us. "Wo
sell you a Jewell Stovo today
for twelye dollars, noxt week
or next year it will be the same
unless the manufacturers can
make them for less.
You know what the con
ventional stovo for wood or
coal amounts to in this country.
Climatic conditions involvo
tho expense of new stoves
about once in four years;the old
stove is thrown out and from
fifteen to a hundred dollars are
invested in a new one.
Ours arc better than the
conventional stovo, that is,
Jewell's is .better and we sell
Jewell's. In tho first placo the
castings aro thicker, conse
quently not so apt to rust or
burn through. Evpry part of
tho Jewell is inter changeable;
i if a part breaks, wears, burns
' or rusts out it can bo re
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 keops tho heat
in the oven and prevents tho
top of that part of tho stovo
from wearing out.
Wo have tho Jewell in all
sizes from $12 upward. '
Store open Saturday even
ing. Von Holt Building.
YRfl f A LECTURE
TUipY, FEB, 29.,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P.M., GRAND
. Stereopticon .
tEY DoilqUS P. BlFIE
l'hotogrnpha taken and slides mado by
ono of tho beat profcsnionjla in tho United
Do not miss tlio opportunity of seeing the
magnificent pictures and boating Mr, llirnio
describe- his travels iu 1'aloBtlno.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
'J37-H Mcmbors of Y. M. O. A. free.
A. V. GEAR.
' Telephoue 250, : : : : No. 009, Kln St.
is our now inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't havo an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
value of Kough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy the 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 tako
no risk. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG, CO.
"City Department Store."
AYo may mention a now fipecial
tics; "Kingsbury Pianos," tho fin
est instrument over offered for tho
prico. Easy payment, $10.00 por
Sterling Bicycles ('built liko a
wntch), tho poor of. all wheels for
strength, beauty and runniug qual
ities, all for S2.C0 por wcok.
Organs; ovory homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, nino stop,
American boauty, only S-lfi.OO;
easy payment of $5.00 a month.
Typowritor ! Havo you seon
tho now "Brooks?" It contains
all tho superior points of othor
makes, with tho additional feature
of visiblo writing. Call and sco it.
Regina Music Boxes; you know
what that moans, a wholo orches
tra in itself; plays over a thousand
tunes, now music ovory weok, on
iustulmont ifyou dosire.
Shannon Piling devices; cabi
nets for lawyorB, oflico men and
othors. This is tho bost system
in voguo among systematic busi
ness mon. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" Organs, solf play
ing, improvomont on tho old stylo
"Aeolian." Como in and oxamiuo
it. Plays all classes music. Easy
paymonts if desired.
Our stock is by far tho most
comploto, and prices lowor, than
any othor concorn in Honolulu.
Stationery for oflico, society and
plantation; Blank Books for tho
booltkeopor. Paper covor and
cloth bound books.
Leathor goods and fancy articlos.
Sheet Music and Music Books;
tliiB is a comploto dopaitmont in
Our "News Department" han
dles all tho popular magazines and
papers, by yearly subscription or
single copies. Wo make a special
ty of tho daily files of tho Frisco
"iixammor" anil "Uau," uonvoroii
by carriers $1.00 n month.
Wrapping Papor, Manilla Bolls,
or Plats, Drug Bolls, Straw Bolls,
all sizos and weights. Wo give
full valuo for your money.
Bubber Stamp Manufactory.
Wo havo tho only comploto outfit
for manufacture of all styles of
stamps, and guaranteo all worlc.
Wo aro monoy Bavors for you.
WALL, - NICHOLS
May Call Us a Modern
That's tho Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Korfc Street. .
Spring is coming and we will start the ball nrolling
with a Fine Assortment of
TRIMMED ".'LEGHORN .'HATS
For Ladies and Children. They aro tho Latest
Shapes and Trimmed in the Latest Styles. We
have also received by this steamer
The Latest Sailor Hats
S3? Our Millinery Department Is always up-to-date. A
visit to the Department -will convince you of that fact.
rand Ofosiog M Sale
Our Entire Stock has been Remarked
at Prices that are ....
Below Bedrock !
JET Don't Forgot the Date March 2, 1896. -j
TEMPLE OF FASHION
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
TheBest Lunch inTown
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOUItS.
THE FINEST I3KANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
'ALWAYS ON HAND.
TP.Q O P -- TTmi Sfi ! -r8 ' m- Those cars will run
XljdgitJ -. xiuuoojvill i?ort gtrcot crossi Queen
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
N'uunnu Ave., between llcrctanlii and ScUool
BOARD AND ROOM !
Por Day, $1.25
BST" Excollont location. Tolo
Take an Outing1
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
nnd 1:45 r. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 i. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lot Clues !M Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wainnao...' 1 50 1 25
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAKNESS MAKEll AND 8ADDLEU.
Soils Hawaiian trees and rq-covors
Our Motto U :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customers."
115 Bethel St., between Kiug and Hotel,
Z-tni. ' MM I II III
I ""IF" J "fr
519 FORT STREET
TliG HiWMMI TRAMWAYS CO., L4
CABS TO THE FISn MARKET.
On ond after Saturday, tho 22nd
inst., tho cars leaving Nuuanu
Yalloy at tho following timo will
run via School and Fort streets to
tho Now Pish Market:
Prom Nuuanu Valloy at 0.35,
7.35, 8.35, 0.35, 10.35, 11.35 a. m.;
aho at 12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, 4.35,
5.35, G.35 p. m.
Cars will leave tho Fish Market
for tho Valloy at 5.58, 0.58, 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.
stroot at 5 minutes past tho hour.
On Sundays tho cars will ceaso
running to tho Markot aftor 8 a.m.
Thoso curs connect with tho car
loaving Punahou at tho half-hour,
and on tho return journey thoy will
also connect with a Borctnnia
(20 Youth' I'xporicnce.)
take Tride in My Work ami
d& Shop nt T. B. Murrny'H CarrinRe
THE BEGULAB ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholders of tho
Intor-Island 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. H. MoLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
To Let or Lease.
THE 3tESlDFKCr, OK MltS. A. LONG,
quo mile from iioatofllco. Lnrgo hoDBo with
lurmturo. rour nou roonm, pnrior, large
I dluing room, futility, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot mill cold water, with patent clohutu,
servant houbes, btuhlex, homo vmddook,
! curden nnd treen. A charming location.
Apply to .1 ALFlUin MAGOON.
I Merchant nt., twit rodtofficei