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Evening bulletin, march -i, isog.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
0. 13. R. wnnts to borrow $2000.
Tho band will play nt tho Hotel
Handicraft for February has
Tho Quoon Dowager Kapiolani
has gono to Hawaii.
Tho Alameda is duo from tho
Marshal Brown has gono to
Kauai to attend tho Circuit Court.
Nothing boforo either of tho
Circuit Court Judges this fore
noon. Tho Supremo Court was do
liberating over tho election contest
Hon. Paul Neumann is recover
ing from his recent sovero attack
Tho March numbed ol tho Para
dise of tho Pacific is on salo at
J. M. Dowsott advertises his
agency of threo largo iiro insur
President Dolo was under tho
1 weather yestordny, but was at Iub
offico this morning.
This numbor of tho Bulletin
is tho ono to mail to your friends
abroad by tho Alameda tomor
row. Thoro was a special Lenten ser
vico of tho Second Congregation
of St. Andrew's cathedral today at
"William Mulan, sometimes
known as Kalakaua, was arrested
this morning for non-paymont of
ChaB. Croighton has about re
covered from his recont illness
and is attending to business as
Captain Broomo entertained a
numbor of visiting IT. S. army and
navy officers at dinner last night
at tho Pacific Club.
The case of Paddy Curtis, ac
cused of being an accessory to
Redpath's alleged embezzlements,
is sot for trial tomorrow.
Thoro was no meeting of tho
'Myrtlo Boat Club last night, it
uoing postponed on account ot tho
weather till Thursday ovoning.
Tho Gorman dinner and dauco
at John McLean's promises to bo
as well affair. A number of Ho-
nolulu society people will attend.
Tho band win play at tho Ha
waiian hotel this ovoning out of
compliment to Goneral wnrfiold
and his follow-tourisls, who will
leave on tho Alameda tomorrow.
Auctionor Luco commenced tho
salo of tho jewelry and silverware
m tho store oE Thomas Lindsay
at noon today, and a number of
j peoplo secured somo fino bargains.
. A good opportunity to cot ox
eollentrfurmturo, utensils, nooks,
etc., is offered in tho salo by "W.
S. Luco on Friday at tho re
sidence of Thomas Lindsay on
Enterprise boor, for which tho
Pantheon Saloon holds tho agen
cy, speaks for itself in a fow words
elsewhere. It is the favorite with
a largo proportion of those who
indulgo in malt bovoragos.
i Thoro is a vory great difference
J"" of opinion among tho town clocks.
Lucas' is about live minutes ahead
of tho ono on tho Judiciary build
ing, whilo tho ono on tho Kawaiahao
church is sovon minutes behind.
Professor Koobolo intends to
leave shorty for Mexico and Cen
tral Ainorica in search of toads
and insectivorous bats. Incident
ally ho may keop ono eyo open for
something to devour mosquitoes.
Tho Empire cocktails aro ac
knowledged to bo the finost in tho
market and ore dispensed at tho
above house, n place for many
years noted for its fino liquors,
wines, otc, always oxcopting saki
tho curso of Hawaii.
Tho Hawaiian hotel is prepar
ing a fino entertainment for tho
public tonight. There will bo a
French dinner at (5 p. m., with tho
Quintotto Club in altondanco. At
'(A5, Prof. Borgor's boys will
discourse music from tho band
Btand, and thoro witl bo dancing
' in tho lanai.
man of tho Joint Judiciary Com
mitteo, has issued circulars to
r. morabors of tho bar, onnouncing
an onon mooting of tho cotumitteo
on Wednesday next at 2 o'clock,
to cousidor tho draft of revision
of tho Penal Code.
Oua was sentenced to two
months imprisonment for larcony
by Judgo do la Vorgno this morn
ing. Jdm'es OUIb Jr. writes to say
tlmt Henry Olds, lately up in tho
District Oourt,isnot related to
him and that his proper name is
Rov. Mr. Romig's sormon on
"Tho Threo Dispensations" waB
not delivered last night on account
of tho storm. It is announced as
his topic for tonight.
The caso of assault and battery
against Ohampain and Bassanior
was tried boforo Judgo do la
Vorgno this morning, and both
woro found guilty. Ohampain waB
fined S-10 and costs and Bassanior
$15 and costs. An appeal wfts
takon to tho Circuit Court.
Oil I'aliilinu by .Ucr. Illlllnrtl unit
Hitchcock iii Vlon.
An exhibition of paintings in
oil by W. II. Hilliard and D. H.
Hitchcock was opened at tho
rooms of tho 'Kiloliana Art
League last night. Only members
woro invited to tho oponing, as
tho main room is not largo enough
to accommodato many visitors in
addition to tho League's numer
ous momborship. Nevertheless,
tho general public will have a
week to seo tho exhibition, and it
is exceedingly well worth seeing
by all who tako an intelligent in
terest in art.
Mr. Hilliard, tho visiting Amer
ican artist, has produced a won
derful numbor of works in tho
fow weoks that ho has been in tho
islands, but ho has a reputation
in tho whole art world of
being ono of tho most rapid
painters ever known. Besides Jjib
local works ho has several can
vases of Amorican sconos hung on
this occasion marino views near
Montoroy and on tho coast of
Maino, togothor with a beautiful
Now England villago landscape.
Mr. Hilliard's work seems
most romarkablo- for breadth
of treatment and subtle sonso in
portraying tho colors of nature.
Another leaturo to bo noted, es
pecially in somo of his Hawaiian
scones, is tho largo amount of
"picture," if it may bo so express
ed, ho gets within a given area of
canvas. This is soon in a strik
ing degree in tho painting that
seenied to bo the most generally
favored last night. It is a scono
on tho "Waikiki road containing a
Chinese rico planter's cabin,
stacks of rico straw, a poud
with water lilies and trees
in the foreground, with
cloud-haunted moiinfiiiiia nf flm
end of a hazy tropical vista in tho
uacK-grounu. its ntmosplioro is
8unorb and. although flin vnrmno
topics stand out clearly, thoro is
no npparont concorn for details so
minuto in nature as only to bo
taken in by tho oyo at print-read
Another work that attracts im
mediate attention is an original
study of Diamond Head. It is
from n, point of vision on the
"Waikiki road whoro tho present
writer often has wished to have
an artist deal with tho subject
Tho remarks on tho work pre
viously noticed apply to this ono,
as, although Damond Hoad is tho
main theme, intervening palms
and wooded bordors of tho road
aro conscripted to add richness
to tho viow. Thoro is
a representation of tho sublimor
moods of tho grand mountain
scouory on either Bide of tho Nuu
auu Pali road, looking onward to
tho crreat nnss at tlin munrmf wln'nli
somo regard as tho loading work
oi ur. mmaru'B collection. It has
to be studied somewhat, howovor,
and tested at various distances
boforo giving it tho premiership.
People who havo novor as
cended that valley oxcopting in
sunshiny weather would probably
not favor this picture, but any
body who has novor boon thoro at
all would, on viewing tho canvas
at tho proper distanco of
Bay four yards, pronounce it a
truo ronresontation nf tnnniilm'n
mist and forest in nature's grand
est niiuuuia. xiie iact thut tho
Dicturo has sold on siVlir. fn n
connoisseur is significant.
more is not spaco to mention
all of. Mr. Hilliard's wnrlrn. nnr
even to critically analyse any of
thorn, .tils honest, rugged rocks,
and his fascinatincr rainbow
effects, where tho rainbow is at
homo, aro among tho characteris
tics tnat win huiko his Hawaiian
paintings spoak much for the
Highest of nil in Leavening Powtr, Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
boautieB and sublimities of theso
Mr. Hilliard has Bold four of
his pictures to foroign visitors,
threo of thom going to San Fran
cisco and ono to Now
York. Tho last mention
ed was bought by Mrs. J. 0.
Bird, a passengor for the Orient
by tho steamer City of Poking,
and as it goes forward by
tho Alameda thoso who wish
to seo tho entire exhibition will
hnvj to do so this ovoning. Mr.
Hilliard has boon commissioned
to paint a largo canvas for tho
Paris Salon. Tho canvas is '10x70
inches, and tho subject a view be
yond tho Pali. Tho artist wont
to tho spot this afternoon.
Mr. Hitchcock has many of his
best works on viow, mention of
which is reserved for wnnt of
spaco. Mr. Hilliard considers
that Mr. Hitchcock is an artist of
whom theso islands or any other
country ought to bo proud.
Tho exhibition will bo open to
tho public without charge from 2
to -1 and 7 to 9 p. m. for tho re
mainder of this week.
WANTED TO BORROW
OE MOEE !
For n tonu of Ten Yenrs or moro on Heal
Estate, nt a low rate of interest.
"O. 11. It.,"
t23-2w Bulletin Offlco.
Novelties in household uten
sils nro not altogether new in
Honolulu; ether .dealers havo
had thom but tho assortment
i has usually been limited to a
hair dozen articles in tho same
In providing for tho wants
of tho peoplo on tho islands,
we have gone a step farther
and secured novelties of nearly
two hundred different kinds;
littlo things, some of them,
and selling as low as ten cents,
but they are useful and their
adoption by housekeepers
makes lifo easier.
Ono of the new ones wo
havo is a Roach trap, and if
there is a liouso 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 we havo over seen
and tho effect upon the roach
js surprising. It loolcs a good
deal like a small, old fashioned
cuspidore, and it is as neat as
a new pin in appearance. A
littlo cup at tho top holds tho
molasses; just bolow is a yawn
ing chasm and, as the roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
they topple over into tho chasm
and thoro tlioy romain until
they nro dumped into tho firo.
It's rough on the roach but it's
a good thing for folks in tho
Another good thing is tho
Sanitary sink basket; costs fifty
cents and is a positive prevent
ive to choked pipes. You've
seen tho basket advertised in
high class magazines, perhaps,
and understand thom. To
thoso who havo not tho only
description to bo given is to
say it is a threo cornered on
ameled wiro basket which fits
in the sink directly over tho
dischargo pipe. "When throwing
refuse into tho sink drop it
into tho basket; tho liquid runs
off and tho solids remain to bo
emptied into tho rofuso bucket.
Von Holt Building. '
is our new insectitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all 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 their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what we claim, wo refund
money. You therefore tako
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
May Call Us a Modern
"City Department Store."
"Wo may mention a now special
ties; "Itmgsbury Pianos, tho fin
est instrument over offered for the
price. Easy payment, $10.00 per
Sterling Bicycles ('built liko a
watch), tho peor of all whcols for
strength, beauty and running qual
ities, all for $2.50 por week.
Organs; ovory homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, nine stop,
Amorican beauty, only $10.00;
easy paymont of $5.00 a month.
Typewriter ! Havo you soon
tho now "Brooks V It contains
all tho superior points of other
makes, with tho additional featuro
of visible writing. Call ond seo it.
Reginu Music Boxes; you know
what that moans, a wholo orches
tra in itsolf; plays over a thousand
tunes, now music ovory weok, on
instalment ifyou desire.
Shannon Filing devices; cabi
nets for lawyors, offico men and
others. This is tho host system
in voguo among systo'matic busi
ness rnon. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" OrgaiiB, solf play
ing, improvement on tho old stylo
"Aeolian." Como in and oxamino
it. Plays all classes music. Easy
payments if desired.
Our stock is by far tho most
complete, and prices lower, than
any other concorn in Honolulu.
Stationery for office, society and
plantation; Blank Books for tho
bookkeeper. Paper cover and
cloth bound bookB.
Loathor goods and fancy articles.
Shoot Music and Musio Books;
this is a comploto dopartmont in
Our "Nows Dopartmont" han
dles all tho popular magazines and
papers, by yearly subscription or
single copies. Wo make a special
ly of tho daily files of tho Frisco
"Examiner" and "Call," delivered
by carriers $1.00 a month.
Wrapping Papor, Manilla Rolls,
or Flats, Drug Rolls, Straw Rolls,
all sizes and weights. Wo givo
full value for your money.
Rubber Stamp Manufactory.
Wo havo tho only comploto outfit
for manufacture of all styles of
stamps, and guarantee all work.
Wo aro nionoy savors for you.
WALL, - NICHOLS
Now ' Advortisomonts.
That's tho Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
Spring is coming nnd we will start tho ball arolling
with a Fino Assortment of .""... .
TRIMMED '.LEGHORN ".HATS
For Ladies and Children. They nro tho Latest
Shapes aid Trimmed in the Latest Styles. We
havo also roqeived by this steamer
The Latest Sailor Hats
KiT Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date. A
visit to the Department will convince you of that fact.
. J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Ashcts, $U,229,213.03. Incomo, S7,O,103 03.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
, Assets, S2,700,s70. Iucome, $1,8M,00G.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
Assets, $2,830,230.28. Inoatno, S3.O15.0SI.0O.
y" Insures First-clasu Mercantile find Manufacturing llisks nuil Dwelling Pro
perty iu, tho ftboNo well-known Companies on tho most fururublo terms.
Grand Benefit Performance
TWsday Evening, Vtapcli 5
By -Wirth's - Circus
Kapiolani - Maternity - Home - and
1. Selection by the Hawaiian llaiul under
the direction of Prof. Dormer, fll .March
"Mnnlmttnu Ilcach," Sousa. 21 Overture
"Story City," Ferrnzl.
'. Star and mirier entry on horseback bv
three Indies and threo Kcutlfmcii.
3. Trlplo trapeze act by Albcrto.Uurns nnd
Elsie St. Leon.
I. Solo and Chorus ( Kawatklnl) lir the 1 .
II. I. (Sleo Club and Kawolliau Quintette.
5. The perfectly trained pony N'elllo Intro
duced by Iier trainer, Mr. IV 11. Montgomery.
ii. n iiiivu uuniB in ills jcviiubb iuuis uii
the slack rope.
7. Tliu charmln" cnucstrlcnno Miss Ida
Vrrnoii In her gnat balloon act.
8. Comic entry by tho clow ns, Introducing
the magic tub.
Hoiounu uiioru?, jiu'o o Ka rami; oytno
Y. 11. 1, (ilea Club and Kaunlhnu Quintette
10. Kachll as the Knirllsli fox-hunter on
the two Iluvrallan-brcd horses.
11. Horizontal bar exercises by members
of thu Company.
P. The dashhu; Nelllo I.yndliurst on three
13. Hawaiian comedy by S. Kalamn, as
sisted by Alberto.
ii. .Mini Biiur, aA mo omnium;; joc-Kcy, in
troducing little tit, I.eon, tho Infant prodigy.
INTEUMISdION OF 10 MINUTES.
Our Entire Stock
at Prices that aro
5" Don't Forgot the Date March 2, 1896. 33 .
TEMPLE OF FASHION
- Young - Hawaiian's - Institute
i ,51c,eV;i,n,,iyi"e"wnUiiiinana. Med
ley "The MacR ilricadc," lleyer.
10. Around and lofty tiirabllui; by mem
bers of the Company.
17. flmccful oobcs on .horseback by MIes
Ida ernon and V. 11. Montgomery,
18, Little Muriel Wlrth In her graceful
III. The perlectlv trained horses Coscy and
Sunshine, Introduced by their trainer V. II.
2f' -?0,0alld Chorus (Awalmilu) by the V.
II. I. Oleo Clnb and Kawulhau Quintette.
21. Comic entry by tho clowns.
n2r "TV? A,,ab.n""1 Cooiih" by littlo Muriel,
Lisle and Katie (by rcnuest).
23. Duplicate ladders by members of tho
..2 ?,01? a,n.U Cll0r"8 (KaOwe a ko Kol) by
the . II. I. Glee Club mid Kuwalhau Quin
tette. 2.-i. ('.rand scenic net on horseback. Air.
St. Leon. s
20. Mr Button's ride to Dradford, Intro
ducing the kicking horses.
has been Remarked
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