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I26AL AND GRNlfRAL
AVirth'H uirotiH will lonvo for
MrH. DominiH ia ut hor country
placo at Wainluii.
Royal Arch Olmptor of. Mubous
moots this ovoning.
Paul iBonborg Sr. will leavo'by
the Alameda on Thursday.
The Chornl Society will havo
a rehearsal this ovoning for its
Julien D. Ilnyno writes that ho
will return by tho Monowai, duo
horo on tho 12th.
Purser Oabom of tho City of
Poking has our thauks for lato
San Francisco papers.
Ooorgo 13runs was thrown out
of a brako yesterday and is now
nursing an injured log.
"NVirtli's circus company has on
Kacod all tho cabin snnco on the
steamor Chiyodn Maru.
Tho Myrtle Boat Olnb will hold
a meeting this evening in connec
tion with tho coming regatta.
Tho Medical Association hold
an interesting session at tho
office of Dr. Myers last evening.
Judgo do la Vorgno lovied tho
usual S3 assessment ou five
drunks this morning, all of whom
Tho officers of the Iutcr-lsland
Stoam Navigation Company for
tho ensuing year aro announced
in this papor.
Louis T. Grant, sunorintondont
of tho Hilo Electric Light Works,
was recently married to Mrs.
Rudolph Sprockols and wifo
and Miss Minnio Joliffo were
among the passengers who arrived
on tho City of Peking.
James P. Morgan has received
a number of carriages olsowhoro
specified, which ho will offer at
public auction in a fow days.
Two moro natives were hauled
in this morning on account of
delinquent taxes, while two others
ore being hold for investigation.
Pat Cheo pleaded guilty boforo
Judge do la Vorgno this morning
of battering his wife, Mrs. Julia
Pat Cheo, and was fined $10 and
Rev. II. "W. Peck's lecture ou
"Chinese. Gordon" and Switzer
land" has boon postponed on ac
count of tho storm until Friday
Eov. Romig's subject tonight at
tho revival will bo "Tho Throo
Dispensations." Tho sermon will
bo illustrated by tho use of a pic
One hundred and sovonty-fivo
copies of tho double numbor of
Julian D. Hayno's magazine re
ceived by a local bookseller sold
in short order this morning.
Tho "Wirth circus benefit has
boon postponed till Thursday
ovoning on account of inclement
weather. All tickets sold will
hold good for Thursday evening.
Brown fc Kuboy havo for sale
a complete lino of watches, clocks,
cutlery and solid and plated jowol
ry of every description, that they
are soiling at reasonable prices.
Tom Sharkey, tho "demon of
tho navy," was matchod to fight
Alox. Grogcains on March Gth at
tho Auditorium, San Francisco,
but Greggains refused to sign tho
articles at tho last moment.
On account of tho death of John
T. Watorhouse, who was a membor
of tho Hoalani boat club, the
colors pn tho boat house aro hung
at lialfmast today. No crows will
go to practice this afternoon.
At tho Empire is always to bo
found tho National Boer, which
produces tho samo effect upon tho
human system as a fine bowl of
soup to a famishing man. It is
the only boor allowed in San
Francisco hospital for tho sick. 2
An editorial in a San Francisco
papor says: "Tho Boors sot a trap
for Jameson and caught him
and thon discovered suddenly that
thoy had caught something in tho
natuvo of a Tartar. That is why
thoy responded bo promptly to
England's offer to holp them lot
Tho British cruiser Comus, on
route to Esquimault to roliovo tho
Hyaciutho, went aground in tho
mud at San Diego. After stick
ing for several hours sho was
pulled off by tho U. S. S. Alba
tross and a tug. Hor captain had
declined the services of a pilot
and mistook tho ohannol.
IMIATII til', .;. T. WAIIIHIKIItr
'Ilm I'uiicriil TuUe I'lncn nt I oVIorlt
'I III Aficriioou. J
Just boforo tho liuLLin in !
wont to press yesterday ono of its
representatives took pains to in
quiro tho condition of John T.
"Watorhouso and found that his
family and employes wore moro
than hopeful that ho would final
ly rally from his lontr Bickncss
and recover his health. Two horns
later John T. "Watorhouso breath
ed his last in tho presence of his
wifo only, ho having requested tho
attondant to bo sent out of tho
room for a fow minutes. Tho im
mediate causo o death was heart
failure, and his ontl was as pain
loss as it was suddon.
Mr. YaterliouBO has not boon n
woll man for noarly a year. His
family ond friends havo ropoated
ly urged upon tho necessity of
taking nn entire rest from tho
caros oPbusinosH life, and ho was
always promising thorn to do so.
It was to onablo him to do this
that tho position of manager of
tho AVatorliouBo stores was tondor-
ed to "W. 0. "Wecdon and occopted
by him. Thou camo tho cholera
visitation with all its attendant
caros and worrimout. Mr. "Wator
houso as a member of tho Board
of Health dovoted himself night
and day to tho duties of his posi
tion and tho Borvico of the public,
but when it ivos all over
ho was suffering from tho
effects of his hard work.
Ho was again urged to take a rest,
but kept putting it off from timo
to timo. As tho acting rrosulont
of tho Board of Health during tho
absonco of tho Attornoy-Goucral
ho took oven greater interest in its
affairs than usual. Tho trip to
Molokai was a brief respite for
him and ho often mentioned
during that trip how much ho
enjoyed a brief rospito from tho
cares of business. With tho ex
ception of a brief visit to relatives
on Kauai, howovor, ho failed to
take tho advico of his friends and
physicians to givo up business
ontiroly for a timo and has suf
fered the penalty.
Some weoks ago ho was attack
ed with stomach troubles, accom
panied with intermittent fever,
but after a timo ho seemed to
havo overcome thoso troubles and
to bo on tho road to recovery,
when ho took a sovoro cold
which resulted in conges
tion of tho lungs1. On Saturday
night ho was not expected to livo,
but on Sunday ho was somowhat
bottor and yesterday morning still
moro so. Just before ho died at
'1:30 p. m. ho claimed of fooling
faint and it is doubtful if ho him
solf know if tho ond was so noar.
John T. Watorhouso was nearly
fifty-five years of ago, having first
Boon tho light in Tasmania on
July 17th, 1811. He camo to Ho
nolulu in 1850 and was educated
at the Punahou school. With his
brother Henry ho at onco ombark
od in tho mercantile business in
his father's employ, and after
his fathor's death early in 1895
ho succeed to tho ontiro business.
With tho oxcoption of a short timo
spout in England his lifohas been
passed in this city
Ho was the oldest membor of
tho Board of Health in point of
service, was a member of tho
Boards of Trustees o tho Quoon's
Hospital and Sailor's Homo, a
prominent membor of tho Cham
ber of Commerce and an influen
tial member of tho Central- Union
church for over twenty years, and
was for a long time superintend
ent of its Sunday school.
The funeral will tako placo this
afternoon at 1 o'clock from his
late rosidonco on Wyllio street,
under tho supervision of II. II.
290-21)0-200. Tho United
Carriage Co. Fino carriagos and
tho fastest horses in tho A-prld
with competent drivers alwny ob
liging. Cornor King audi Fort
stroots. Tolophono 290. 1
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stookholdora of tho Inter-Islaml Stoum
Navigation Company, Ltd., held this duy,
tlm following ofllcou and directors wcro
elected for tho ensuing jenr:
W. B. Godfrey, President.
J. Enn, Vicc-I'residont.
J. L. McLoan Treasurer.
N. E. Gedne Secretnry.
T. W. Hobron, Auditor.
W. B. Godfrey, J. Eun, G. N. Wilcox, A.
S: Wilcox, W. 0. Smith, F. A. Hchucfer, E.
N. E. GEDGE,
Socretory I. J. S. N. Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, II. I., Muroh a, 1&90. 21'J.2w'
II gl ot il ii. Ij .- urn,! lnv
Novelties in household uten
sils aro not altogether new in
Honolulu; ether dealers havo
had them but tho assortment
has usually been limited to a
half doen articles in tho samo
In providing for the wants
of tho peoplo on tho islands, '
wo have gone a step farther
and secured novelties of nearly
two hundred dinoront kinds;
littlo things, some of thorn,
and selling as low ns ton cents,
but thoy are useful and their
adoption by housekeepers
makes life easier.
Ono of the new ones wo
havo is a Roach trap, and if
thero 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 over seen
and the effect upon tho roach
is surprising. It looks a good
deal like a small, old fashioned
cuspidore, and it is as neat as
a now pin m appearance. A
littlo cup at tho top holds tho
molasses; just below is a yawn
ing chasm and, ns the roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
thej' topplo over into tho chnsm
and thero they remain until
they aro dumped into the fire.
It's rough on the roach but it's
a good thing for folks in the
Another good thing is the
Sanitary sink basket; costs fifty
cents and is a positive prevent
ive to choked pipes. You'vo
seen tho basket advertised in
high class magazines, perhaps,
and understand thorn. To
those who havo not tho only
description to be given is to
say it is a three cornered en
ameled wire basket which fits
in tho sink directly over tho
discharge pipe. When throwing
refuse into the sink drop it
into the basket; tho liquid runs
off and tho solids remain to be
emptied into tho refuse bucket.
Von Holt Building.
3 New Surries,
I New Dog Cart,
2 New Phaetons.
EST "Whieli will be offered
at Public Auction in a few
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Office: Corner of Foit find Berotnniu
Office Hour! I) to II a. in., I to 1 n. uu
Sundayis. 0 to 10 a. in.
Card of Thanks.
THE HONOLULU CIU0KET CLUB
takes this Watw of publicly thanking all
tho Qontlemen who bo kindly contributed
by their instrumental nnd vocal efforts, iu
making thuir Smoking Concert thu suceem
it was. j THE COMMITTEE.
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MAltCH Jl, 18WJ.
r LiUh V.H. G v'l Ii port.
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 an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
vaiuo ot JLlougn-un-Jiugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the 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
May Call Us a Modern
"City Department Store."
"NYo may mention a now special
ties; "Kingsbury Pianos," tho fin
est instrument over offered for tho
price Eusy paymout, 810.00 por
Sterling Bicycles (built liko a
watch), tho poor of. all whcols for
strength, beauty nnd running qual
ities, all for S2.C0 por wook.
Organs; every homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, nino stop,
Amoricnn beauty, only S-1G.00;
easy payment of S5.00 a month.
Typewriter I LTavo you seou
tho now "Brooks?" It contains
nil tho superior points of other
innkcH, with tho additional foaturo
of visiblo writing. Call and sco it.
Bogiua Music Boxes; you know
what that moans, a wholo orches
tra in itsolf; plays ovor a thousand
tunes, now music ovory weok, on
instalment ifyou desire.
Shannon Filing devices; cabi
nets for lawyers, ofiico men nnd
othors. This is tho host system
in voguo among systematic busi
ness men. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" Organs, solf play
ing, improvement on tho old Btylo
"Aeolian." Como in and oxamino
it. Plays all olassos music. Easy
payments it desired.
Our stock is by far tho most
complete, and prices lower, than
any other concern in Honolulu.
Stationery for oflico, society and
plantation; Blank Books for tho
bookkeeper. Papor covor nnd
cloth bound books.
Loathor goods and fancy articles.
Shcot Music and Music Boqks;
this is n coinploto dopuitiuont in
Our "News Department" han
dles nil tho popular rangazincs and
pnpors, by yeurly subscription or
singlo copies. "Wo mako a special
ty of tho daily tiles of tho Prisco
"Examiner" and "Call," dolivercd
by carriers SI .00 n month.
"Wrapping Paper, Manilla Itolls,
or Flats, Drug Bolls, Straw Bolls,
all sizes and weights. AVo givo
full vnluo for your money.
Bubbor Stamp Manufactory.
"Wo havo tho only coinploto outfit
for manufacture of all styles of
stamps, and guarantee all work.
AVo aro money savors for you.
WALL, - NICHOLS
That's the Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
Spring is coming and we
with a Fine Assortment of
TRIMMED ."LEGHORN '.HATS
For Ladies and Children. They are tho Latest
Shapes and Trimmod in tho Latest Styles. Wo
havo also received by this stumor
EST Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to tho Department will convince you of that fact.
Grand Benefit Performance
iWsday Evening, jVEarcli 5-By-Wirth's
Kaptolaul - Maternity - Home - and
Selection by the Hawaiian Band under
tho direction of Prof. Herder. 11 March
"Manhattan Beach," Sousa.
"Storv C tv." Ferrari,
S. Star and garter entry on horsebnek by
three ladles and thrco gentlemen.
n. Triple trapeze act by Alttcrto,Burns and
Elsie St. Leon.
J. Solo and Chorus (KawalMnl) by tho Y.
II. I. lko Club and Kawalhau Quintette.
5. Tho perfectly trained pony SclUo Intro
duced bv her traluer, Mr. V. II. Montgomery.
n. Wilfred Burns In his peerless feats on
7. Tliu charming ciuestrIonne Mis Ida
Wrnon In her great balloon act.
8. Comic entry by the clowns, Introducing
the magic tub.
Solo and Chorus, (Mu'o o ka Palal) by tho
Y. 11. 1. Oleo Club and Kawalhau Quintette.
10. Kachll as tho English fox-hunter on
the two Huwallan-brcd horses.
11. Horizontal bar exercises by members
of tho Company.
I?. Tlic dashing Nclllo Lyndhurst on three
horses. . , .
13. Hawaiian comedy by S. Kalamo, as
sisted by Alhertb.
It. Laid Slngr, as tho bounding Jockey, In
troducing littlo St. Leon, tho Infant prodigy.
1NTEUMIS3ION OF 10 MINUTES.
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
rj- Don't Forgot the
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
nnd 1 :4fi p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 1-. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City 75 $ CO
EwuPluutution... 1 00 75
Waiftnao, 150 125
will start tho ball arolling
- Young - Havjaiian's -Institute
15. Selection by the Hawaiian Baud. Med.
ley "The Black Brlirndc," Bejer.
10. (iroundond Infty tumbling by mem
bers of the Company. .
17. Graceful pocs on horseback by Miss
Ida Vernon nnd l. 11. .Montgomery.
18. Littlo Muriel Wirth In her graceful
19. Tho pcrlectlv trained bones Cascv and
Sunnhlno, Introduced by their traluer V. 11.
2(1. Solo and Chorus (Awalnulii) by the T;
II. I. Rleo Club and KnuulLiiu Quintette.
21. Comic entry by tho clowns.
22. "Tho Alabama Coons' by littlo Muriel,
Elsie and Katie (bj request).
2X Duplicate ladders by members of tho
21. Bolo and Chorus (Ka Owe a ke Kal) by
tho Y. 11. 1. Gleo Club and Kawalhau Quln
25. Grand scenic act on horseback, Alf.
20. Mr Button's ride to Bradford, Intro
ducing thu kicking horses.
has been Remarked .
Date March 2, 1896. S3
519 FORT STREET
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
between Beretaula and School
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