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LOCAL AND GENERl.
Circus tonight. ,
Knhuku stock is up to $95.
A Hawaiian clown tit tho cir
Tho Alamoda sailed for San
Francisco at 1 p. m.
The Prince of Wales has his
life insured for 3,250,000.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchostra moots
for regular rehearsal tonight.
. Tho Rio do Janoiro loaves for
Yokohama at 5 o'clock today.
John T. Watorhouse loft an in
surance policy on his lifo for $10,
000. Mrs. Wingato, formerly of Ho
nolulu, died in San Francisco on
F. Myer and S. Dcckor nro tho
latest additions to tho ranks of
Mr. ilomjg preaches tonight
from tho subject "How long halt
yo botweon two opinions?"
"Wo aro indebted to purser Sut
ton of tho S. S. Alameda for lato
colonial and Samoa papers.
Prosidont Dolo rccoivod Cap
tain Watson of tho U. S. S. Adams
and his Btail yostorday afternoon.
Tho crow of tho wrecked soalor
Slattio T. Dyer roturned to Snii
Francisco by tho Bennington this
According to an itom in a San
Francisco papor tho ex-princcss
Kaiulani may bo expected homo
in a fow weeks.
Tho ombezzlomont charge
against nenry Olds is on trial
this afternoon in Judge do la
Sinco tho Star has takon to
abusing tho circus tho Evening
Bulletin notes a Jargo incroaso
in its subcription list.
Tho arrests today wore ono Jap
aueso for assaulting and battering
B. Roynolds, and ono nativo for
non-payment of taxes.
S. II. Mahuka has been ap
pointed district raagiBtrato at
North Kohala, Hawaii, vico J. H.
Remember the salo of furniture
of Thomas Lindsay at 10 tomor
row. The houso will bo opon nt
9 for inspection of articles.
Colonel McLean visited tho
warships thiB morning in tho po
lice boat. Tho boat was manned
by five soldiers from tho barracks.
Tho Ministor of tho Interior
invites tondors for tho newspaper
publication and tho printing in
book form of tho Session Laws of
Paddy Curtis was found guilty
of being an accessory to tho Red
path embozzlomont caso by Judgo
do la Vorgno this morning and
fined $50 and costs. Tho fiho as
J. J. Williams is now furnish
ing a much linor lifo bv.o portrait
than tho S12 ones recently advor
tisedj tho prize of which will bo
$15, including ono dozen cabinet
Tho tomplo of Fashion will bo
closed this afternoon and tomor
row, owing to tho death of Mr.
Silva's littlo girl, which took place
ut 1 o'clock today. Tho child was
eight months old.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Board of Supervisors of tho
Freo Kindorgarton and Children's
Aid Association will bo held in
Queen Emma hall at 9;30a. m.,
Friday, March Gth, 189G.
An oxchango says Hawaii has
had an earthquake addition to hor
volcano, and coming up smilingly
with tho assertion that tho tour
ists woro delighted. In thoso
days everything goes as a novelty.
Tho greatest commercial drum
mer of tho present ago is tho
rightly placod advortisoraont.
"Rightly placod" moans put in
the columns of tho Bulletin, tho
best advertising modium in tho
Company 1). had a livoly moot
ing last night and among other
businoss appointed Messrs. Tim
mons, Macy and Westoby a com
mittee to look out for a now
range. Tho company will uso
that of Company H at Kakaako
for tho prosout.
TJio complimentary baud con
cert to General Warfiold and his
party of army officers drew out a
very largo attendance nt tho Ha
waiian hotel grounds last night.
Dancing was kept ivp in tho par
lors and on tho lunai until a lato
hour, tho music boing furnibhed
by tho Kawaihau club.
G. E. Boardman advortiscs for
a lost Japancso pug.
Paul Isonborg Sr. is a passeng
or by tho Alameda today.
H. F. Wichman bids eloquently
u.r tyo guardianship o your
Johk, Emmoluth leaves on tho
Alamedt today on business for tho
Professoi Koobolo loaves by to
day's stcamoi on his way to Mexi
co and Central America.
James F. Mnrcan will soil a
black maro at auction Satnrday
noon. At tho same timo tho now
carriages montioncd yesterday.
A letter from Lowis J. Levoy
dated Boudi, N. S. W., Fob. 17.
says ho is undecided when ho will
return to Honolulu. Ho asked to
bo romembored to all inquiring
Mrs. Watorhouso will continuo
tho business of hor lato husband,
J. T. Wntorliouse, undor the man
agement of Honry Watorhouso.
Seo notice olsowhoro.
Rov. H. W. Peck will deliver
his lantern lecturo on tho two
subjects of Chineso Gordon and
Switzerland at tho Methodist
church tomorrow ovoning. Ad
mission zo cents.
It was expected at the Judiciary
Department that tho Hawaii olec
tion caso decision would be filed
this aftornoon. Counsel on each
sido aro arguing somo now points,
howovor, boforo tho Supreme
Mr. Hilliard sold eight more of
his pictures at tho art oxhibition
last night. Tho oxhibition will
bo opon from 2 to 1 and 7 to 9 p.
m. today. It is a groat treat to
seo such a collection as Messrs.
Hilliard and Hitchcock have plac
ed on view.
A lLi:.VSANT EVENIftO.
Dcllglitlut Dinner nml Iiiiie lit tlio
Mr. and Mrs. McLean enter
tained a largo party of friends at
a Gorman dinner at tho Eaglo
Houso last night. Tho large din
ing hall was beautifully decorat
ed with Hags and bunting of all
nations and tho tables overladen
with tho choicost dolicacios wore
adorned with handsome iloral
pieces. The guests did ample
justico to tho different courses
served in tho stylo of tho Father
land and numerous toasts woro
drank and rospouded to by tho
gonial host nnd his guests.
At tho conclusion of tho
banguot tho hall was cleared,
tho lloors woro woll waxed and
tho remaindor of tho ovoning was
pleasantly spent in dancing undor
tho diroction of Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Loan. Tho Pastimo orchestra
furnished delightful music, both
vocal and instrumental, and a
very enjoyable timo was spent
until tho festivities woro brought
to a conclusion at midnight.
Among thoso prosont woro:
Captain and Mrs. Paul Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Duke McNicholl, Mr.
and Mrs. Ohas Horrick, Professor
Borgor, Mr. and Mrs. MoMahou,
Miss Horrick, Mr. Thomas, Mr.
King, Mr. Brandt, Mr. J. Wilder,
Mr.S. Gunst, Mr. T. McMahon,
.Mr. James Alberto, Professor
James Price, Wilfred Burns, Mr.
J. Hayes, Mr. Mossmau, Mr.
Lango, Mr. William Thomas
Nott, Mr. Standhorfo and Will T.
Y. M. C. A.
Saturday. March 7, at S p. m.
"The Battle of Waterloo"
IllUMtratod Willi Chart".
Col. K: H. McLean, KG-.H.
Members of Y. M. C. A. Freo.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Mercantile Business heretofore carried on In
Honolulu by John Thomas Waterbouso will
be cpntlnuetl by the undersigned under tlio
utjle and natno of
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
The said business will be under the Man
agement of Mk. Hknkv Watkiiiiouhi; who
Mill act for me under u full power of attor
ney. EU7.AI1ETH HOUUNE WATERHOUSE.
KxeLiitor of mid Sole I)elco under the
Will of John T. Wateihouse, Jr.
Honolulu, Murch -J, itW). 244-2w
Highest of all in Leavoniug Power.
Novelties in household uten
sils are not altogether new in
Honolulu; other dealers have
had them but the assortment
has usually been limited to a
half dozen articles in tho same
In providing for tho wants
of the people on tho islands,
we have none a stcn farther
and secured novelties of nearly
two hundred diffbrent kinds;
littlo things, some of thorn,
and selling as low as ton cents,
but they are useful nnd their
adoption by housekeepers
makes life eas-cr.
Ono of tho new ones we
have is a Roach trap, and if
there is a houso in Honolulu
where an article of this charac
ter is not needed, wo would
liko to know where it is.
This roach catcher differs
irom any wo nave' ever seen
and tho effect upon tho roach
is surprising. It looks a good
deal liko 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 below is a yawn
ing chasm and, as tho roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
they topple over into tho chasm
and there thoy remain until
they aro dumped into tho fire!
It's rough on tho 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 the basket advertised in
high class magazines, perhaps,
and understand them. To
thoso who havo not the only
description to bo 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 tho basket; tho liquid runs
off and tho solids remain to be
emptied into the refuse bucket.
Von Holt Building.
Take an Outing
"'trcyC'''"''' '"T'2&:v &
Truing will leave ut
and 1:15 r. jr., arriving
lulu ut 3:ll.nnd 5:55 p.
9:15 a. m.
in J I ono
sr. ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Penrl Oity $ 75 $ CO
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wiiianao 1 50 1 25
WANTED TO BORROW
OTi MORK !
For ft term of Ton Years or mora on Heal
Estate, at a low rate of interest.
"O. 11. It.,"
423-2w HuLurriK Oflloo.
To Let or Lease.
TOE 'IES1DENCE OF SlltS. A. LONG,
one xuilo from pOHtoulce. Largo Iioubo with
furniture Four bod roomx, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath roomu,
hot and cold water, with patent closotx,
servant houses, stables, horse paddock,
gardou and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFHi:i) MAOUON.
Morchaut Bt., next 1'ostofllce.
tfsit-ia, 1, .r-tif- i r -
Latest U.S. Gov't Roort.
is our new insectitudo 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. Tho great
valuo of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you cau sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, whore their nests arc,
and thus destroy tho eggs nnd
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't 'do
what wo claim, wc refund
money. you tneretore taKc
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
May Call Us a Modern
"City Department Store."
AVo mny mention a now special
ties; "Kingsbury Pianos," tho fin
est instrument over offered for tho
prieo. Easy payment, $10.00 per
Sterling Bicycles ('built liko a
watch), tho poor o nil wheels for
strongth, bounty and running qual
ities, all for S2.50 por wook.
Organs; ovory homo should havo
ono. Our solid oak, uino stop,
American beauty, only S40.00;
easy paymont of $5.00 n month.
Typewriter ! Havo you seen
tho new "Brooks V It contains
all tho suporior points of othor
makes, with tho additional feature
of visiblo writing. Call and seo it.
Begina Music Boxes; you know
what that means, a whole orchos
tra in itself; plays ovor a thousand
tunas, now music ovory weok, on
instalment it you desire.
Shannon Filing dovices; cabi
nets for lawyers, oflico men and
othors. This is tho host systom
in voguo among systematic busi
ness men. You should havo ono.
"Symphony" Organs, self play
ing, improvement on tho old stylo
"Aeolian." Como in and examine
it. Plays nil classes music. Easy
payments if desired.
Our Btock .is by far tho most
complcto, and prices lowor, than
any othor concern in Honolulu.
Stationery for ollico, society and
plantation; Blank Bopks for tho
bookkeeper. Papor cover and
cloth bound books.
Loathor goods and fancy articles.
Shoot Music and Music Books;
this is a complcto dopaitmont in
Our "News Department" han
dles all tho popular magazines and
papers, by yearly subscription or
singlo copies. Wo make a special
ty of tho daily files of tho Frisco
"Examiner" nnd "Call," delivered
by carriors $1.00 a month.
Wrapping Papor, Manilla Bolls,
or Flats, Drug Bolls, Straw Bolls,
till sizes and weights. AVo give
full value for vour money.
Rubber Stamp Manufactory.
AVo liavo tho only comploto outfit
for manufacture of all stylos of
stamps, and guarantee all work.
AVo aro monoy savors for you.
WALL, - 'NICHOLS
J'n iVif'fi-iiiiff jkj,L
That's tho. Specialty THIS WEEK at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort- Street.
with a Pino Assortment of
TRIMMED v LEGHORN y HATS
For Ladies nnd Children. They are the- Latest
Shapes and Trimmed in tho Latest Styles. We
have also received by this steamer
3T Our Millinery Department is alwa's up-to-date,
visit to the Department will convince you of that fact.
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Assets, $!).22i),213.0'). Iuoomo, $7,0tt)110H.O3.
London Sr Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, '(U.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Assots, 2,700,870. Income, $1,8511,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), blanches
Assets, $2,820,230.23. Income, $3,015.03.1.00.
Insures First-class Mercantile nml
perty in tlio nbovo well-known Conipnuiex on
Grand Benefit Performance
Thursday Evening, JVEslfcIi 5-By-Wirth's
KapIoIanJ - Maternity - Homa - an4
I. Selection by tlio Hawaiian Hand under
tho direction of 1'rof. Bcrgcr. fll Mnrcli
"Mnnliattnn Iiench." Soubp. 3 Overture
"Story City," Furrozl.
L Star nnd carter uit ry on liorsclack by
three ladles nnd tlireo gentlemen.
3. Triple trnnczc net uyAlucrto.Hurns nnd
Elslo St. Leon.
4. Solo nnd Chorus f Knwnlkni) by the 1 .
II. I. (lice Club mid Knwallmii Qiilutetto.
5. Tho perfectly trained ioiij Nellie Intro
duced by her trnlner, Mr. V. 11. Montgomery.
0. Wilfred Hums In his peerless feats on
tho slntk ropo.
7. Iho charmlnp; cnuestrlenno Mls Ida
Vernon In her grent balloon act.
8. Comic entry by tho clowns, Introducing
tho innglc tub.
Solo and Chorus, (Mu'o o kn Pnlnl) by tho
Y. H. I. Oleo Club nnd Kawnlhnu Quintette.
10. Knelill ns tho English fox-hunter on
the two Iluwnllan-brcd horses,
II. Horizontal bar exercises by membors
of tho Company.
IP. The dashing Nellie Lyndliunt on three
horses. . ,
13. Hawaiian comedy by S. Kahuna, as
sisted by Alberto.
14. Ijihl Slug, as tlio bounding Jockey, In
troducing littlo St. Leon, tho li.fnnt prodigy.
lNTl'.UMISStON OK ID MINUTES.
Beginning March 2d.
Our.Entiro Stock hns been Bomnrkcd
at Prices that aro ....
Below Bedrock !
E Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896. "D
TEMPLE OF FASHION 519 FORT STREET
LiJLk -vi-fc. k
will start the ball &rollinr
Mnnufncturino ItisVts nnd fhu'lliuo Pro
tho most fitvornble ternm.
- Young - Hawaiian's - Institute
Selection by the Hawaiian Hand.
'The Ulnck itrlgade Heycr.
10. Ground nnd lofty tumbling by mem
bers of tbo Company.
17. Graceful poses on lioreubaik by MIm
Ida Vernon aud 1. II. Montgomery.
18. Little Murltl Wlrth In licr graceful
10. Tho pcrlectly trained horses Casey nnd
Sunshine, Introduced by their trnlner V. H.
8olo nnd Chorus (Awnlaulu) by the T:
Gleo Club and Knwnllmu Quintette.
21. Comic entry by tho clowns,
22. "The Alabama Coons" by littlo Murltl,
Elslo nnd Katie (by request).
23. , Dupllcnto ladders by members of the
24. Bolo and Chorus (KaOwe a kc Kal) by
tho Y. 11. 1. Gleo Club nnd Kuwulbau Quin
tette. 25. Grand scenic net on horseback', Alf.
2fi. Mr Hutton's ride to Bradfon
diiclng tho kicking horses.
I, Intro- ? f Si