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loca AND GENERAL.
Rev. S. E. 13isliop is ill.
Tho II. A. A. 0. moots to night
atthoY.M. O.A. at 7:30.
Ewa Plantation has declared
its first dividend, payablo today.
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. XI1U Hlliu oi. uimiio t liio wiuuo
lltont will bo hold at 10 o'clock
Ira Van Camp haB gono to San
Q' -n li.- i.:- t i:..
Francisco on tho brig Lurhuo
A riflo match will bo arranged
botwoon squads 5 and 7 of tho
Minister "Willis will leave for
tho States on April 15th on a
, sixty-days' vacation.
"Aro yon going to tho balloon
ascension?" "No!" "Why?"
"Prico has gono up."
Tho Pioneor Building and Loan
Association holds its regular
monthly mooting tonight.
Two fino bay horses from Cali
fornia arrived on the S. N. Castlo
for Mr. Alexander Young.
A largo crowd viewed tho bal
loon ascension from tho top of
Punchbowl Saturday afternoon.
Manager G. L. "Wight of tho
AVildor Steamship Company, ro
turned on tho Olaudino yesterday.
Tho Bishop of Phnopolis and
Pathor Valentino returned from
Maui by tho Olaudino yestorday.
Chas. Bollina, for a number of
years with H. J. Nolto, 1ms boon
mado manager of tho Club
Tho youngestdaughter of James
Campbell died on Saturday at2
p. m. Tho funeral took place this
afternoon at 2:30.
There will bo a meeting of tho
Medical Association of Hawaii at
tho ollico of Dr. Myors at tho
Masonic Building at 8 o'clock
Noarly an inch of rain fell at
Punahou and "Waikiki yestorday
afternoon in about half an hour
and many people got an uno.-,
'Socrotary Goro Narita of tho
Japanese Consulate Gonoral will
return by the steamer Chiyoda
Maru instead of tho City of
Puking as intended.
A battery of tho regulars was
photographed on Armory squaro
Saturday afternoon by T. A. Gon
salves. Whon roturning homo
tho first section collided with tho
gate, slightly damaging it.
On Saturday afternoon, a Chi
neso hack ran into tho brake of a
native on Nuuanu Btroct, almost
taking tho wheel off. Tho last seen
of thorn, tliQ native was endeavor
ing to tako off tho Chinaman's
During tho yoar just onded 9,414
poundB of coffee, valued at $1020,
was imported into tho Hawaiian
Islands from San Francisco. It
consisted mostly of tho Java va
rioty with some cases of ground
At tho Empire is always to bo
found tho National Boor, which
produces tho saino effect upon tho
human Bystom as a lino bowl of
soup to a famishing man. It is
tho only boor allowed in San
Francisco hospital for tho sick. 2
Samuol MoKenguo," a comrade
of Geo. AV. Do Long Post, G. A.
R., has received a commission
from headquarters to install tho
oilicors of tho now Post of Sons
of Votoraus, whoso charter has
just been received. Tho officers
will bo elected within a few days.
Captain "Watsou of the U. S. S.
Adams, accompanied by Captain
Pigman of tho U. S. S. Bonning
ton and Ministor "Willis, mado an
ofiicial call on tho Ministor of
Foroigu Affairs at 10:30 this
morning. Tho guard was turned
out in honor of tho distinguished
On "Wednesday noxt, at noon,
W. Seaborn Luce will sell tho
ontiro stock of clocks, watches,
jowolry, tools and storo fittings of
Thomas Lindsay's establishment
on Merchant Btreot, on account of
that goutloman's doparturo. It
will bo a rare cliauco for tho trado
and tho public.
Tho monthly mooting of tho
"Woman'g Board of Missions will
bo hold at tho Central Union
Church at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow
(Tuesday). Roport of Japanese
work by Mrs. O. H. Gulick. Paper
by Mrs. F. R. Day, thomo
""Woman's Work in Chicago."
Mrs. Richards of Montclair, N.
J., will speak of Itosono "Work.
Carter & Co., painters, in tho
AVariug block, mako decorativo
paper hanging a specialty.
A Cliiueso named Pat Cheo
was placed undor arrest this
morning for assaulting his native
Fivo Hawaiians wore arrested
this morning on complaint of Tax
Collector Shaw for non-payment
of personal taxes.
Tho Bulletin regrets to an-
nounco that Hon. Paul Neumann
is dangorously ill with inflamma- j
tion of tho bowels.
All polico officers who woro de
linquent on personal taxes for
last year paid on Saturday, rather
than loso thoir job.
Tho work of toaring down tho
old building on Merchant Btroot,
noxt to Bishop it Co.'s bank, was
commenced this morning, and it
will soon bo a tiling of tho past.
K. R. G. "Wallace, purser of the
steamship Olaudino, tendered his
resignation this morning and it
was accepted. D. H. Davis is act
iug in his placo pending tho ap
pointment of Mr. "Wallace's suc
cessor. A telephone messago was receiv
ed at the police Btation about 1
o'clock that a Chincso, bound
hand and foot with ropes, had
been found at tho foot of Shori
dan street. An officer was dis
patched to tho scono to investigate
At tho big closing out sale at
tho Tomplo of Fashion today Mr.
Silva is giving away every tontli
sale that is registered; so far tho
largest tenth sale was 810 CO Tho
store has been packed all day with
eager people, all tiying to bo tho
10th person. So far over 500
sales have been made.
"With tho pormission of tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs, tho
manngoiront of tho Hawaiian
Hotel will tender a farewell band
concert to General AVarfield and
the visiting United States Army
officers on "Wednesday evening.
Besides tho Hawaiian Band, tho
Quintet Olub will play, botli for
tho dinner and for a dance in tho
parlors after tho concert.
John McLean of tho Eagle
Houso will, commoncing Wednes
day ovening noxt, give a series of
German dinners followed by dan
ces, at that popular hotel. Tho
chef of tho Eaglo is an artist and
since Mr. McLean took tho hotel
tho reputation ho has gained has
resulted in a largo and select
patronage. Thcso dinners wil bo
a feature which will doubtless
attract a great many people After
tho "Abpndsosso" a parlor dance
will bo given.
A rare foaturo in tho benefit
of tomorrow ovoning in aid of
Ivapiolani Maternity Homo and
Young Hawaiians' Institute, will
bo the musical farco by the Ha
waiian clown, Sylvestor Kalama,
who will enter tho ring on a bray
ing jackass and got off somo rare
comic gags and songs. Don't
miss it. Tho Y. H. I. Gleo Olub
will rondor somo now native nirs,
assisted by tho Kawaihau Olub.
In fact tho whole program will bo
a mammoth and an attractive one.
AValch tho program.
.J. T. tVutcrlioiuo.
Tho frionds of John T. Wator
houso, who has been ill for several
weoks past, woro much alarmed
about his condition on Saturday
night and yostorday, and it was
feared ho would notlivo. Ho was
slightly bettor this morning, and
if ho moots with no further ro
lapso his recovery may bo hoped
for. His physicians have not yet
givon up hopes, but say that oven
if ho recovers it will bo many
weekB boforo ho will bo ablo to
attend to business.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tuner, can
furnish best faotory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian Nows Co.
and tho Wall, Nichols Oo.
vvill receive prompt attention.
Telophono Nos: 234, 190 and
Carter & Co.
Decorative Paper flanging
Tolophone 'No. 735,
Bejetania and Fort Streets,
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 189G.
Ilighost of all in Leavoning Power. Lnttst U.S. Gov't lloport.
Novelties in household uten
sils are not altogether new in
Honolulu; ether dealers have
had them but the assortment
has usually been limited to a
half dozen articles in tho same
In providing for the wants
of tho peoplo on the islands,
we have gono a step farther
and secured novelties of nearly
two hundred different kinds;
littlo things, some of them,
and selling as low as ton cents,
but they are useful and their
adoption by housekeepers
tnnkes life ens'er.
One of tho new ones we
havo is a Iioach trap, and if
thoro is a houso 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 over seen
and the effect upon the roach
is surprising. 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 the top holds tho
molasses; just below is a yawn
ing chasm and, as tho roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
they topple over into tho chasm
'and thoro they remain uutil
they arc dumped into the fire.
It's rough on the roach but it's
a good thing for folks in tho
Another good thine: is tho
i Sanitary sink basket; costs fifty
cents anu is a positive prevent
ive to choked pipes. You've
seen tho baskot advertised in
high class magazines, perhaps,
and understand them. To
I tnose who nave not the only
description to ue given is to
say it is a three cornered en
ameled wire baskot which fits
in tho sink directly over tho
discharge pipe. When throwing
refuse into tho sink drop it
into the basket; the liquid runs
oft' and the solids remain to bo
emptied into tho refuse bucket.
Von Holt Building.
Building and Loan Aociafcion
Tho Rogulnr Monthly Mooting
will be hold at tho Chamber of
Coinmorcoon MONDAY EVEN
ING, March 2 1800, at 7:30
ISCl'aymonts are requiiod in
A. V. GEAR,
(THE RISING SUN)
AT LOWEST rCIUE
King Street, near Nuuanu.
A MEETING OP THE MEDICAL ASSO
elation of Huwnil will bo hold at tho Ofllce
of Dre. Andrews and Myora, Masonlo
Huilcling, THIS Mouday EVENING,
Maroh 2, 1890, nt 8 o'clook sharp. All
members of tho profession without excep
tion mo cordially invited.
It. 1'. MYEltS, M. D
24 Lit Secretary M. A. of II.
is our now insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of nil kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. ,Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up thoir 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.
Get it of
HOBROX DRUG. CO.
May Call Us a Modern
"City Department Store."
"Wo may mention a now special
ties; "Kingsbury Pianos," tho fin
est instrument over offered for tho
prico. Easy paymont, $10.00 por
Sterling Bicycles (built like a
watch), tho poor of. all wheels for
strength, beauty and running qual
ities, all for $2.o0 por wook.
Organs; every homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, nine stop,
American beauty, only $-10.00;
easy paymont of $5.00 a month.
Typewriter ! Havo you seen
tho now "BrooksJL" It contains
all tho suporior points of other
makes, with, tho additional foaturo
of visible writing. Cell and boo it.
Rogina Musio Boxes; you know
what that moans, a wholo orches
tra in itself; plays ovor a thousand
tunes, now music ovory wook, on
instalment ifyou desire.
Shannon Filing devices; cabi
nets for lawyers, oflico men and
others. This is tho best system
in voguo among systematic busi
ness men. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" Organs, solf play
ing, improvement on tho old stylo
"Aeolian." Como in and exammo
it. Plays all classes music. Easy
payments if desired.
Our stock is by far the most
comploto, and prices lower, than
any other concorn in Honolulu.
Stationery for ollico, society and
plantation; Blank Books for tho
bookkeeper. Paper cover and
cloth bound books.
Leather goods and fancy articles.
Sheet Music and Music Books;
this is a com pie to depaitmont in
Our "Nows Dopartmont" han
dles all tho popular magazines and
papers, by yearly subscription or
single copies. Wo mako a special
ty of tho daily files of tho Frisco
"Examnior" and "Call," delivered
by carriors $1.00 a month.
Wrapping Papor, Manilla Bolls,
or Flats, Drug Bolls, Straw Bolls,
all sizes and weights. Wo givo
full value for your mouoy.
Bubbor Stamp Manufactory.
Wo havo tho only comploto outfit
for mauufacturo of all styles of
stamps, and guarantee all work.
Wo aro money savors for you.
WALL, - NICHOLS
That's the Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520 I-Tort Street.
Spring is, coming and we will start the ball arolling
with a Fino Assortment of
TRIMMED v LEGHORN v HATS
For Ladies and Children. They are the Latest
bhapes and Irmnnwl in
have also received by this
EE Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to tho Department will convince you of that fact.
Grand Benefit Performance
Hest Tuesday Evening, March 3d.
By-Wirth's - Circus
KaplolanI - Maternity - Home - and
A Grand Program will be given to tho public and as it is
positively the last performance by this meritorious Company,
nobody should fail to seo it. llerr Berger and his boys will
furnish a few Selections, and the Glee Club of tho Institute,
will render somo Choice Hawaiian Airs. An nmusing treat
will be a Musical Farco by ono of the Glee Club Members.
COMI5 OjSTE! COMK -A.ILIL!!
Chairs, $1; Gallery, 50c; Children, 25c.
Door Opens at 7:15 P. M.
EEa?" Tickets may be had of tho Committees and nt the
following firms: Hobron Drug Co , Thos. G. Thrum and tho
Hawaiian News Co. 240-td
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
jgF Don't Forgot the Date Maroh 2, 1896.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
T,ke an Outing
TrainB will leuve at 9:15 a. m.
nnd 'A5 P. M.,nniving in Uonu
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 v. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 2d Class
Pearl Oity $ 75 $ 50
EwaPluulotlou... 1 00 75
Waiunno 1 50 1 L'5
W. II. WINCHESTER,
HAltNESS MAKint AND 8ADDLUU.
Soils Hawaiian trees land ro-covora ,
Onr Motto Is : '
"Tako Pains and Keep Customors."
115 Bethel St., Iwtweon King nml Hotol, '
Telephone 030. I
............. ..- .igii; " iws
the Liatest Styles. We
- Young - Hawaiian's -Institute
has been Remarked, $i?'
.... -' ,' '$
519 FORT STREET
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Me., between Iicrctaulu and School
BOARD AND ROOM !
Por "Wook 7.50
B Excollont location. Tolo
THE REGULAR ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Stockholders of tho
l,i will bo hfcldattho Oflico of tho
Company on TUESDAY, Maroh
3d. nt 10 o'clock A. M.
W. H. McLEAN,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co., L'd.
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