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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No circus tonight.
See card of thanks.
Oharlos David has a fino driving
horso for sale.
This is LndicB Day attho Bero
' tauia strcot tonnis grounds.
Tho Bio do Janeiro did not got
away until noarly midnight.
Company D will havo mooting
and drill this ovouing at 7:30.
Tho band will play atExocutivo
building at 4:30 this afternoon.
Miss Allio Widotnann loft by
tho Alameda yostorday for a trip
Hawaiian Lodgo of Masons will
meet this evening for work in tho
J. O. Carter hns for salo tho
Puller promises at Fort street and
Queen Victoria has a inngnifi
cont collection of tho photographs
of celebrated actors.
An old lady of 70 in Atlantic,
Mo., recontly walked two miles to
a pond to go skating.
Tho funoral of tho infant child
of M. G. Silva takes placo this
at teruoou at 3 o'clock.
Tho Ladies Bonovolent Society
of tho Catholic church is holding
u meeting this afternoon.
Minister Cooper roturned tho
call of Captain Watson of tho
Adams yesterday afternoon.
Thoro will bo n special matineo
for, childron and families attho
circus tomorrow aftornoon.
Bev. Mr. Bomig will preach at
tho Christian church tonight on
"Tho Chain of Redemption."
Thoro iB a special prayer inoet",
ing for women in progress at tho
Christian church this afternoon.
Tho Tomplo of Fashion will ro
opon tomorrow morning, and tho
closing out salo will be continued.
The Myrtlo Boat Club has de
cided to purchase a now racing
shell, to bo made by Rogers of
A splendid lot of ferns, palms
and plants will bo sold by "V. S.
Luco at 10 tomorrow. Road the
Judge Porry has appointed S.
K. Kane guardian of Isaao J. and
Elizabeth K. Robinson, minors,
under S300 bond.
Tho next stoaraor from San
Traucisco will bo tho Monowai,
duo hero next Thursday on lior
way to tho Colonies.
Tho funoral of Rev. If. B. Ka
pu, of Ifonaloi, Kauai, took placo
from tho Queon's Hospital yester
day aftornoon. Tho deceased was
G5 years of aged.
Tho Amoricau Loaguo had a
short sossion last night and de
cided to havo tho first of tho new
courso of open meotings next
Tho Ilui Manawalea of tho
Aloha Aina has divided the S100
it had loft in its treasury between
tlio Matornity Homo and tho Ha
waiian Beliof Fund.
Noat signs havo boon erected at
oithor end of tho passage running
aiongsiao v. w. JJimona's now
store, and many pedestrians avail
themselves of a short cut to tho
Young mou are taking quito an
interest in boating; thoro wore five
boats from tho Myrtle and Hoalani
clubs out hiBt ovoning. By uext
week, crows will got down to hard
truiniug for tho regatta in May.
Tho postponed gonoral mooting
of tho Myrtlo Boat Club was hold
at tho boat) houso last night.
Thoro was a fair attendance Mat
tors concerning tho coining regat
ta woro discussed, and it was do
cidod to sond for a now shell.
San Francisco has boon favored
with a visit from Marsick, tho
first professor of tho violin of tho
Paris Conservatory of Musio. Hn
played onco thoro in a concert of
his old friend Padorowski, tho
famous pianist, oiul at tho closo
boarded his private car to return
Miss Nollio MoLonimn has ro
coived tho Bilvqr medal of tho
San Francisco Examiner for con
tributors to its ohildron's edition
of Christmas! Tho bar is scroll
shaped and boars tho word "Cor
respondent." On tho obvorso of
tho medal is engraved, "School
Children's Examiner OhriBfniaa
3895," and on tho rovorso, "Nellie
McLounan 12." Tho medal is
handsome aud tho work of Shrove
& Co., San Fraucisco.
Circus matineo tomorrow ton
cents only for children.
Officer Hammer is at the
Queou's Hospital with an attack
A great program is prepared for
tho circus benefit to Prof. Price
and Mr. Burns.
N. S. Sachs has splondid lines
of elegant wash materials advertis
ed in this papor.
AY". S. Luco will soil chairs at
tho circuB at 10 o'clock on Mon
day. Take a chair.
Senator "Wildor is still undor
tho weather and unable to pre
side over tho deliberations of tho
Elsewhere will bo found tho
program of tho-grand musicalo of
tho Honolulu Choral Society noxt
Two Chineso gamblors, Ah
Fook and Ah Koo, forfoited $12
each bail money in the District
Court this morning.
Romombor tho lecturo at tho
Methodist Church this evening by
Kov. II. W. Pock. OhincBo Gor
don and Switzerland, with lantern
Chineso and Japauoso goods
will bo sold at auction by W. S.
Luco at 10 o'clock tomorrow. A
list of articles olsowhoro will re
Judgo Perry granted defend
ant's motion for continuauco in
tho caso of Kuhananui vs. Ash
ford. Thurston for plaintiff;
Croighton for dofondant.
James F. Morgan will soil a
number of most dcsirablo resi
dence sites at Waikiki on tho 28th
iust. As ho says in his notice,
this is a raro opportunity.
Tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court loft for "Waimaualo at 2
o'clock this aftornoon, to make a
porsonal inspection of tho ground
on which tho great water contro
versy has arisen.
Mr. B. R. Foss ngont for tho
Standard Dictionary and famous
Columbian Historical Novels will
leave for Maui on Tuesday next
per S. S. Claudino to niako'a tour
of that island. During tho past
fow months Mr. Foss has sold 115
of his dictionaries in Honolulu.
t Dor Central Meat Markot offer
irtzum vorkauf: Suelzo, frank
furter Wurst, Loborwurst,bologna
wurst, Gopoekelto milz, oisboin,
lammzunge, Ac, Ac. Man achto
a ui cue vorifantsstouo: Central
Markot: Westbrook fc Garos, in
habor. Nuuanu street, gorado un
torhalb Lovo's Bakery.
Mrs. J. Glocklor, Walthamstow,
England, writes to Mrs. D. Mc
Lonnan sending her warmest
thanks to all who aided and com
forted hor late husband in his
last illness ond performed kindly
oflices at his funoral. Mr. Glock
lor, it will bo romombored, died at
Dr. McLounan's residonco.
Dr. McLennan is convalosciug
rapidly, boing now ablo to go
about his house. Nothing but
great vitality saved tho good doc
tor in submitting to a dangerous
operation wnuo onleoulcd by Jus
malady. His many frionds and
tho indigent sick to whom ho has
been a good Samaritan fool grate
ful for his recovery.
By eiy gcncrul desire of
leading families. . . ,
WILL UK OIVK.V
TO - MORROW
AT 3 O'OLOOK P. M.
Doors Open at 2 P. M.
ITtT For thejoonvonience of Rohool Chil
dren and fntuilieH to witneas this popular
organisation proviouu to departing for
Japan, Monday, whom all ohildrcn will ho
admitted to nil parts for 10 cents. 215-lt
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH G, 189G.
Ilig'iest of nil in Lavoiiing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
i U w HbkPMv 0. B
( Novelties in household uten
sils are not altogether new in
Honolulu; other dealers have
had thera but tho assortment
has usually been limited to a
half dozen articles in the same
In providing for tho wants
of tho peoplo on tho islands,
wo have gone a step farthor
and secured novelties of noarly
two hundred different kinds;
little things, some of them,
and selling as low us ten conte,
but thoy aro useful and their
adoption by . housekeepers
makes life easier.
One of the new ones wo
havo is a Roach trap, and if
there is a houso in Honolulu
where an articlo of this charac
ter is not needed, wo would
liko to know where it is.
This roach catcher differs
from a try wc havo ever 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 in appearance. A
little cup at tho top holds tho
molasses; just below is a yawn
ing chasm and, ns the roaches
crowd around the 'lasses cup
they topple over into tho chasm
and thcro they remain until
they aro dumped into tho lire.
It's rough on the roach but it's
a good thing for folks in the
Another trood thincr 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, uorhans.
and understand them. To
those who havo not tho only
description to bo given is to
say it is a three cornered en
ameled wire basket which fits
in tho sink directlv over tho
discharge pipe. When throwing
refuse into tho sink drop it
into tho basket; tho liquid runs
oft and tho solids remain to bo
emptied into tho refuse bucket.
Von Holt Building.
Auction Sales by Jus. F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, March 7th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
In Front of my Salesroom, Queen street. I
will eell at Public- Auction,
1 Bleick Mare,
DroKcn to Harness. A Fine Family
One Brown I-Toiso.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OP
Oil SATURDAY, March 7th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will sell at
3 New Surries,
I New Dog Cart,,
2 New Phaetons.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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 havo an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, whero their nests arc,
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, wo refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
IIOBRON DRUG CO.
Prof. J. W. Price
A Great Selected Program by Wirth's Clr-
cuh, assisted by Jinny Local
Amateur v Competition,
For a IIonclBomo Modal presented by Messrs.
Prlco nud Hums. All Eutries l'rco.
BJtf Mr. Lnlil Sing and Mr. iTayes will
neon Turn a DouMo Boincnmilt for tho
lirnt time in Honolulu. Mr. Wilfrod Burnt
will havo a 200-pound stono broken on his
Don't Forgot Noxt Saturday Night !
$Jff Grand Buuolit to Messrs, I'rico nud
Burns. Tickets on salo nt tho Circns Office
from 10 a. r. TODAY. 21.1-1 1
AN Ol'l'OUTUNITY TO PUKCHA8K A
IIU JJ f WIIIIIIVI'll 4I4W tlfVU win MIIU
driver nud lve mlilcnoo of bUng utj' fast.
H'l.n nlllmul 1.1 ttJtmt 1(1 . I ji llnllilu ... nil iviibI-
ruiu jiiuuuuu imuK milium, ifiTiciujr uii-
tlo and sound In ccry respect, Is ottered In a
Hay (ieldlnr by Murlu, 3 yianold, iluin Kit-
tin V lit Vtt nut tuti 1 lin line bit 1.1 it tl Hit
AHU WMIIMUI 1 IIUII III II1V IIUI1UE, if. Ull vil'vu'
tiT" I'or particulars, apply to
845-Sw At Kaplolanl I'nrk Track.
Elegant Wash Materials
N. S. SACHS'
New Krencli Organdies
Exqulsito Patterns in Light ntul Dark Grounds. '
Printed Dimities and Muslins . . ,
In Prltty Dain'y Figures and Hair Stripes.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A FINE ASSOIlTM.r.NT OF
Stylinh Patterns for S iit U'uiHlrt.
. SILKOLINES !
A Now Assortment. Choico Patterns.
FIGURED AND SOLID COLOR ART DENIM I
SPECIAL IIAltaAHs'S IN j
Valencienne '. 3Lares! '
Beginnisg March 2d!
Our Entiro Stock has been Hcmnrkcd-
nt Prices that nrc . . . .
- Don't Forgot the Date March. 2, 1896. S
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
AHsctB, $0,220,213.0!). Incoino, 7,000,103.03.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Assots, $2,700,870. Income, Sl.859,000.
Talatine Insurance Company,' (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
Assets, 2,830,230.28. Inoomu, S3.O15.0S1.00.
g)ff Insures First-class Mercautilo and Manufacturing Itisks and Dwollinc Pro.
perty iu tho abovo wolMcnown Companies on tho most fuvoiahlo torms.
Take an Outing1
Train h will letive nt 9:15 a. m.
and 1 'Au p. m., nrrivinpf in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class LM Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ CO
Ewu Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninnuo 1 50 1 25
WANTED TO BORROW
OR MOEE !
For n torm of Ton Yoars or moro on Ileal
Estate, at n low j-nto of intertst.
"O. 11. lt.,
423-2w UUIJ.KTIN Offlco.
To Let or Lease.
THE tESir)FNCr.OFMItS.A LONG,
nno niilo from jiostofllco. Largo honso with
furniture. Four bod rooms, jwirlar, largo
dluing loom, jiantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cohl water, with patent closoH,
servant houses, btables, hoi so paddock,
Kardou and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFltEI) MACiUON.
Morohant at., next PostofUco.
519 FORT STREET
T. M. C. A.
Sulurday. March 7, at S p. m.
"The Battle of Waterloo'
IlliiHlrnloiI Mllh Cluirtai.
Col. R. H. McLean N.G-.H.
Admission, - 2oc.
Members of Y. M. C. A. I'roo.
NOTICE IS HEItEll Y (1IV:N THAT THE
.Mcrcanttlo HukIih'ss lierctoforu carried on in
Honolulu by John Thomas Waterhouee will
bo continued by tho iiudcrUrued under tho
style and name of
J. T. WATERHOTJSE.
The said business will be under tho Man
ojrcmeiit of Mit. Henkv WATKiuiui'hK who
will act for mo undei a fulliianorofnttnr.
El.lAIlETll liOUUNE WATEUHOU8E.
nsccuior oi aim solo l)c see under tlio
Will of John T. Watcrliouse, Jr.
Honolulu, March , 18W). 2M-2w
A JAPANESI5 TIIO (IV vititavit
streot. hotwoon lloat Landinu nud KuLut
stioot. Color, blnok and whito. ' Itotum
to U. E. 110AI1DMAN.
2U-3t 300 Mcichaut street.
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