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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBEUARY 29, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Cricket Club "smokor" tonight.
High school concort this even
ing. 'Thoro was no session o tho So
li ato today.
Band concert at Emma squaro
Minister and Mrs. "Willis entor
tained n Jfcrgo party at dinner last
Rov. D. P. Birnio's lecture on
the Holy Land takes place this
0. Ilcdoniann takes tho position
of mnnngor of tho Honolulu Iron
-Works on Monday.
Rov. Mr. Romig will lecturo to
morrow night at tho Christian
church on "Old Paths."
Carriages -will not bo admitted
within tho onclosuro at tho buso-
ball grounds this afternoon.
Don't foigot that tho great
closing out sale ut tho Tomplo of
Fashion begins Monday, March
A boy named J. Suarez was bo
foro tho Polico Court this morn
ing for truancy. Ho pleaded
O Patricio is tho namo of a
now Portugueso paper coming out
today from Mr.Tosta's, Makaainuna
Tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pauy is storing largo quantitiesof
coal in tho roar of its oxtensivo
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany advertise an immense stock
of brass and painted bird-cages at
Tho embezzlement casos against
licdpath, Paddy Curtis and others
wcro again postponed this morn
ing until Monday.
AV.A. Bowon will lead tho moot
ting Sunday at 0::50 m Y. M. C. A.
hall Subject: "Whose Survant
am 1?" Hum. 0:1(5-18.
Tho quarterly business meeting
of First Methodist Episcopal
Church will bo hold in the church
at '. o'clock this afternoon.
7- In tho District Court this morn
ing tho cases of four Chinese
gamblers and ono opium iiond
wore continued till Monday.
General AVurfiold and tho visit
ing United States Army officers
returned from their trip to tho
Volcano by yesterday's steamer.
Claronco Macfarlano was out
for a spin in his now sail-bout
yestorduy aftornoon. Sho is a
trim little boat, and sails smooth-
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will hold a regular
monthly meeting at tho Chambor
of Commoico rooms next Monday
Eov. Mr. Pock will preach to
morrow night at tho First
Methodist Episcopal Church on
"Tho Waldonses and tho Begin
ning of tho Inquisition."
Everything will bo marked at
cost or less during tho big closing
out sale at tho Templo of Fashion.
Sale begins Monday, March 2, and
will continuo as long as thoro aro
any goods loft.
Tho Hawaiian Eiflo Associa
tion's range has been closed by
order of tho Ministor of Foreign
Affairs. This is rendered neces
sary by tho opening up of tho
Queen street oxtension.
It is reported that tho old Bay
Horso Saloon promises aro to bo
utilized as a Chinese restaurant
by Ah Ileo & Co., who now run a
similar institution on tho coiner
of King and Alakoa streets.
Don't loavo your pictures until
thoy aro ruined boforo having
thorn framed. King Bros aio mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
bettor to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
Boat crows from tho Myrtlo
and Hoalani Boat Clubs practice
noarly ovory ovoning in tho har
bor. Thoro is likely to bo a raco
for a supper between two Myrtlo
crows noxt Monday afternoon.
The crow losing tho race pays for
Tho Singor received 54 first
awards for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at tho Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., being tho
largest number of awards obtained
Hy any exhibitor, and moro than
doublo tho number givon to all
other Sowing Machines. B. Bi:it
(lEiisoN, Agent. Bothol streot,
'ttljltfliliii I fi ';lt,
-LUU UU11U1H iumiiu.
Two nativo chefa players woro
arrested this morning; also two
Chinese for assault and battory.
W. W. Dimond advertises some
vory useful housohold novelties,
with a description of two o them.
Mr. Eomig speaks tomorrow
night on "Tho Old Paths" at tho
rovival meeting in tho Christian
Mr. and Mrs. AVirth aro to re
coivo a testimonial from tho circus
company this ovoning. A mam
moth program is propared.
"Tho Holy City" by Adams,will
bo Mr. Harroll's solo at the Chris
tian church tomorrow night. Ho
will bo accompanied on tho organ
by Mr. Flotchor.
Tho United States Minister will
leavo for Washington on April 15,
prior to which time there will bo
a private sale at his rcsidonco of
furniture, including piano, also a
Mrs. Horner, a nativo womons,
was found guilty of threaten
ing tho lifo of ono Keniilua
last January by Judge do la
Vorgno this morning. Soutonce
Under tbo direction of Hnrry Witth; J.J,
Oaten open nt 2. Commence, nt 3.
Tho dmiouB Aoronruit under Mia
m per vision of Prof. J. W. Price.
Adiulxtloii to Milt Kiorybmljt
General Admission to Ground 2."c.
Admission to Grand Stand 50c.
Admission to llcserred Chairs 7."ic.
Testimonial Performance extended ky
the J.ady anil (ientleman Members
of tho Company to
JVC, and JVtrs. Vbth
And Under the Patronage of Lend-hi'-
A MAMMOTH PROGRAM
Worthy of the. Occasion
A BEST GCOD-BYE PROGRAM !
EST" Wo luivo on AVi dnesdny, March 4th,
.... nv Tin: ....
Honolulu Cricket Club
.... IN THE....
THISTLE CLUB ROOMS,
Saturday Evening, February 29th,
At 7.S0 o'clock.
Tickets, - 81.50.
Can now bo obtained from Mcmbcia of tho
Committee and at tho (ioldcn liulu llnaar.
Duiton nam vastoii ibenueko
in der Y. M. 0. A. Hull nra SONNTAO,
deu 1 Mnou, 1800, urn 11 Uhr Vormit.
''rill Vy'- -
A runaway sailor
'I'-.. ,1-11 1
IIigho.it of ut; in Li uMiiing Vowi
Novelties in housohold uten
sils are not altogether new in
Honolulu; ether dealers linvo
had thorn but tho assortment
has usually been Mimited to a
half dozen articles In tho same
In providing for tho wants
of tho people on tho islands,
wo have none u stop farther
and secured novelties of noarly
two hundred different kinds;
little things, soino of them,
and selling as low as ten cents,
but they are useful and their
adoption by housekeepers
makes life easier.
One of the now ones- wc
have is a llouch trap, and if
there is a house in Honolulu
where an article of this charac
ter is not needed, wo would
like to know where it is.
This roach catcher differs
from any wo havo ever seen
and the effect upon tho roach
is surpiMs'mg. It looks a good
deal like a small, old fashioned
cuspidore, and it is as neat as
a new pin in appearance. A
little cup at tho top holds tho
molasses; just below is a yawn
ing chasm and, as the roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
they topple over into tho chasm
and there thoy remain untl
tliey are dumped into the fire.
It's rough on the roach but it's
a good thing for folks in tho
Another good thing is the
Sanitary sink basket; costs fifty
cents and is a positive prevent
ive to choked pipes. -You've
seen the basket advertised in
high class magazines, perhaps,
and understand them. To
those who have not tho only
description to be given is to
say it is a thrco cornered en
ameled wire basket which fits
in the sink directly over tho
discharge pipe. When throwing
refuse into the sink drop it
into tho basket; tho liquid runs
off and tho solids remain to bo
emptied into tho refuse bucket.
Von Holt Budding.
$iTUpY, FEB, 29.,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P.M., GRAND
. Stereopticon .
Eev. DodquAs P . BitfliE
l'botogrnphs taken nml idides inado by
out) of the best nrofoHsioualH In the United
Do not miss tho opportunity of Bccing tho
innguilicent pictures and hearing Mr. liirnio
desoribe his travelrt in 1'altHtine.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
2.S7-U Mimberu of Y. M. C. A. fne.
Building and Loan nfttoqiafeion
Tho Rogulnr Monthly Mooting
will bo hold at tho Chambor of
Commorcoon MONDAY EVEN
ING, Muroh 2, 180(5, nt 7:30
3Cl'uynionts aro loquirod iu
A. V. GEAR,
r Latest tT.S. Gov't Report.
is our now 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 nn unpleasant
odor; easy to uso. Tho great
value of Kough-On-Bugs is,
j'ou 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 vo claim, wc refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
May Call Us a Modern
"City Department Store."
"Wo mny mention ft now specinl
tios; "Kingsbury Pianos," tho fin
est instrument over offered for tho
prieo. Easy payment, S10.00 per
SterliiiK Bicycles f'built liko a
watch), tho poor of all wheels for
strength, benuty and running qual
ities, nil for S2.50 por week.
Organs; ovory homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, nino stop,
Amorican beauty, only $46.00;
easy payment of $5.00 a month.
Typewriter ! Havo you seen
tho now "Brooks?" It contains
all tho suporior points of othor
makes, with tho additional featuro
of visible writing. Call and boo it.
Rogina Music Boxes; you know
what that means, n whole orches
tra in itsolf; plays over a thousand
tunes, now music every week, on
instalment if you dosire.
Shannon liling dovices; cabi
nots for lawyers, oilico men and
othors. This is tho best system
in voguo among systematic busi
ness mon. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" Organs, self play
ing, improvement on tho old stylo
"Aeolian." Como iu and oxamino
it. Plays nil classes music. Ensy
payments if desired.
Our stock is by far tho most
complote, and prices lower, than
any othor concern in Honolulu.
Stationery for oflico, society and
plantntion; Blnnk Books for tho
bookkeeper. Paper cover and
cloth bound books.
Loathor goods and fancy articles.
Shout Music and Music Books;
this is a complete dopaitmcnt in
Our "Nowa Dopnrtmout" han
dles all tho popular ningnzinos and
papers, by yearly subscription or
single copies. Wo mako a special
ty of tho daily lilcs of tho Erisco
"Examiner" and "Call," dolivored
by curriers yl.00 a month.
Wrapping Papor, Manilla Holls,
or Plats, J)rug Rolls, Straw Rolls,
all siwB and weights. Wo givo
full value for your inonoy.
Rubber Stnmp Manufactory.
Wo havo tho only comploto outfit
for manufacture of all styles of
stamps, and guarantoo nil work.
Wo aro money savors for you.
WALL, - NICHOLS
tnr -ii..'U.. uA.ftAiJiiaW
That's tho Specialty THIS- WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520- JPort Street.
Spring is coming and we will start the ball arolling
with a Fine Assortment of
TRIMMED v LEGHORN v HATS-
For Ladies and Children. Thoy nro the Latest
Shapes and Trimmed in tlv Latest Styles. Wo
havo also received bv this steamer
B3F Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A,
visit to the Department will convince you of that fact.
Grand Benefit Performance
Hext Tuesday Evening, March 3d,
By-Wirths - Circus
Kaplolani - Maternity - HomB - sad
A Grand Program will bo given to tho public and us ic is
positively tho last performance by this meritorious Company,
nobody should fail to sec it. llcrr Borgor and bis bo3's will
furnish a tow Selections, and the Glee Club of the Institute
will render some Choice Hawaiian Airs. An amusing treat
will bo a Musical Farce hy one of the Glee Club Members.
$1; Gallery, 50c;
Door 'Opens at 7:15
33 Tickets may bo had of the Committees and at tho
following firms: Hobron Drug Co , Thos. G. Thrum and tho
Hawaiian News Co.
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that are
E" Don't Forgot the
TEMPLE OF FASHION 519 FORT STREET
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
nnd 1:45 r. m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 mid 5:55 p. M,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let CUs 2(1 Chs
Pearl City 75 $ 50
Ewiiriaululion... 1 00 75
Wninnno 1 50 1 25
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAHNK83 MAKEll AND 8ADDLKU.
Soils lliuvaiian trees and re-covora
Our Motto In :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customors." J
115 cthol St., liutwcou King nml Hotel,,
- Young - Hawaiian's - Instill a
has been Remarked
Date March 2, 1896. o
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ac, between llcrctanla nml Srliool
BOARD AND ROOM !
Por Day, $1.25
Por Week 7.50
THE JtEGULAU ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholdors of the
Intor-lsland Stoam Navigation Co.,
iL'd.Avill ho hold at tho OUico of the
Uompany on TUJfifcJUAl, March
3d, at 10 o'clock A. M.
AV. H. M cLEAN,
Becrotory 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd
iiiililili"if ii-Jiiiili'te'iiii '&