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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 07, 1896, Page 5, Image 5',
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EVENING BULLETS, 3iAItCH 7, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus tonight at 8.
Matin oo at Uio circus at 3.
Don't forgot tho matinoo today.
Oornor lot at Puimhou for ealo.
Iwnkmni 1ms a variety of shirts
Tlio biggpst and host show tit
Kara Tai 1ms tho favorite lines
of Manilla cigars.
Mauna Ken and Mauna Loa aro
capped with snow.
Romig'ssubjoct to night will bo
"A Ohaugo of Hcnrt."
13and concert at Emma Sqtiaro
this afternoon at -1:30.
Company G elected ono now
mombor at its meeting Inst night.
Tho concert of tho Choral So
ciety comes off on Tuesday ovoii
ing. A Japnnoso woman was urrest
od this morning for deserting her
Nigol Jnckson loft on tho Ala
meda, working his passage to San
Four arrests woro- mndo this
morning for liou-paymout of per
ThoY. M. 0. A. orchestra will
nivo its first public concert on
Thursday, April 9th.
Tho Choral Society will havo a
special rehearsal this afternoon at
4:30 at Y. M. C. A. hull.
"V. AV. Dimond, in his column
today shows how money can bo
saved in china and crockory.
Tho Bulletin acknowledges
with thanks a copy of tho Biennial
lleport of tho Chief Justico.
Mrs. Mollis expects to go to hor
homo in Now York City shortly
to remain an indefinite time.
Mrs. "Wingato, fonuorly of Ho
uolulu, died at hor residonce,
San Francisco, on February 21.
Thoro aro ninoty-fivo miles of
roads in this island directly under
tho control of tho Ministor of tho
Portuguese at Ililo complain
that their consul-genornl has not
visited that town for nearly four
Tho Makiki lots to bo sold by
J. F. Morgan at auction all faco
on tho lino of tho projeotod elec
Tho Hilo Sharpshooters did not
shoot last Saturday on account of
tho rain. The match was post
poned until today.
Tho Healani Boat Club took in
throe now members at its recont
mooting, and has three moro ap
plicntions for tho next.
Bov. II. "V. Peck will discourso
on "Tho Final Victory of Early
Protestantism" at tho Mothodist
church tomorrow evening.
Dr. B. B. Williams gavo a luau
at Cocoanut Island, Huo, in honor
of tho visit of Gonoril "Warfiold
and tho U. S. A. officers with him.
A. fine assortment of Island
viows colored and' uncolored.
Special orders takon for coloring
photos. King Bros, ITotol St.
Principal Torry of tho Hilo
Boarding School has secured 400
pounds of dry coffoe bonus from
340 trees a littlo moro than threo
Tho Hilo Tribune says: "Tho
proposed introduction of an
opium bill in tho Legislature is
mooting with decided opposition
k Bomig gavo the sinnors
"straight goods" last night, in his
"Chain ot Redemption" sormon.
Ho has boon requested to repeat
St. Andrew's Cathedral, 3rd
Sunday in Lout. G:30 Holy Com
munion, 11:00 morning prayer
and sormon, 3:30pulo aluahi, 7:30
ovouing prayer and sermon.
T horo is to bo a meeting of tho
Ha waiian Mission Children's
Sooioty ot "W. "W. Hall's rosidonco
this ovoning at 7:30. Bov. J.
Leadingham of tho North Pacific
Missionary Institute will read a
paper on tho education ot llawaii
' ans at tho Institute.
Besides a half dozon school
ton ohors, Mossrs. Oliver C. Swain,
clork, and an American by birth,
and John Phillips, morohant and
plumber, and a Scotchman by
birth, havo tnkon tho oath to sup
port tliu Republic. Mr. Phillips
was a mombor of (ho IIouso of
Nob loa mi dor tho nionnruliy.
A kanaka was arrested today nt
noon and hold for investigation in
connectipn with some stolon pro
perty. As administrator of Rhodesia,
111 .In tti noAM 1 nr mm ..!..
"i. uoiiiuauu iuiub ua mump u :
territory npt inferior in area to ;
uio uormau ompiro.
Alfred Austin is ontitlod to
draw tho accumulation of Balary
duo to tho Poot Lauroato since
TonnyBon's death in 1892.
About twonty Chinoso woro
convicted of gambling in Judgotlo
la Vorgno's Court tin's morning
and fined $10 each and costs.
S. Roth, who was strickdn with
a light stroko ' of paralysis on
Monday last, is vory much im
proved today and will soon bo
Tho vessel that takes tho "Wirth
combination to Japan will posi
tively sail "Wednesday, March 11.
In tho moantimo tho ladies' com
mittoo that had ohargo of tho
Matornity Homo and Y. H.I. ben
efit havo expressed a dosiro to
pay a complimont to Mrs. "Wirth.
It will probably take placo Tues
day ovoning. Mrs. "Wirth during
her stay in Honolulu has mado
many friends who will hail this
opportunity to show thoir appre
ciation of hor sterling qualities.
Mrs. "Wirth will undoubtedly draw
tho largest crowd of tho season.
Prof. J. W. Price
1. Overture, Hand.
2. Star and waltz entry on horse by
tlireo ladles and tlirco gentlemen.
3. Double trapeze, Burns and Alberto.
I. Somersault riding net. Lalil Sing.
S. Cimlilnn leaping contest, Hayes and an
0. Club swlnplng tableaux by members of
tho Company.'lul by 11 1. Kinney. '
7. Tho trick pouy, N'elllc, Introduced by
Mr 1 H Montgomery.
8. llrcaKini ay ladder by Durns and TacM.
U. Littlo Muriel Wirth In her grateful
10. High wire act, Nellie I.yndhurst.
II. Trick riding act, Miss Jdu Vernon.
12. Comic entry, Alberto.
13. Hurdlo riding act, Lahl Slug.
1NTEHMISSION OF 10 MINUTES.
15. Sensation trapeze act, Hums and Al
berto. 10. SctnllT riding, AlfSt Leon.
17. Song aud dancu by the three little lu
vorltes, Muilel, Elsie and Katie.
18, Hurricane hurdlu act by Kaihll, the
10. Weight lining net, terminating with
tho phenomenal uct where Mr Ilurim permits
three men to break a 200-pound stone on Ills
21). Horseback act by little Muriel Wirth
In which she bids farewell to the public of
21. Acrobatic feats learned In Honolulu
by Hums, Hayes and Kaclill.
2.J. Daring pick-up act, Miss Nellie I.jnd
hurbt. 20. Comic entry, William Tell outdone,
Hayes and Alberto.
21. Horizontal bar competition for a
medal, open td all amateurs.
ALL KINDS Or MANILLA CIGARS
FOK SH.K AT
Opposite Pantheon Harbor Shop, nt Lowest
1'riccH. Try iny
Flor Fhw, La IWln Pel Oriente,
7,d I'ticmlu Del Sol and
Tim Gmokoi'rt r.orltiw.
Highest of all in Li livening" Powtr. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
Jk .mw J8g3E&
Elegant Wash Materials
There seems to be no let up
to our trndo and wo aro adding
now customers to our already
largo list every day. When
you take a moment to think
of it tho reason is plain enough;
people go where they can got
goods best and cheapest. T.
H. Davies, tho prince of mer
chants, struck the key note
when ho said that America
had tho bulk of Hawaii's com
merce because the goods were
sold cheaper. There's no sen
timent in goods-buying. Peoplo
go in for bargains and they
would get their stock from
Alaska if they could be brought
from thoro cheaper than any
The gamut of household
needs is run in today's offering
of China. And China that
oven this most" particular China
storo may well feel proud of.
Franco, England and tho
United States have contribu
ted townrd the stock, and tho
poorest bargain you can find in
tho lot leaves you with goods
at a fourth less than they can
be duplicated for, no matter
whore you try. As a rulo tho
saving is a third from usual
House keepers and hotel
keepers having needs, present
or prospective, aro interested
in our full sets of crockery,
dinner or tea, at $17.50. Wliero
can you get anything as good
for les3 than $22.00?
Von Holt Building.
The Last Chance for the
Ever thing to Make Them Happy for
With All the rewrites In tho Itlngi
SONGS BY THE
Three Little Waids
Circus leaves for Japan on Monday, ami
this Is tho last performance for the School
Children. Ten (ID) Cents Admission to auy
part of thu tent j and tho performance will bo
llrst-closs In uery particular. Itemembcr
tho last call. II 1 1)-11
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
, TELEPHONE 023.
Officei! Corner of Toil nwl Herotnnia
Ofllco Houm 0 to 11 a. m to I p. in.
riitnilayit. l to Kin, in,
is our now 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. The 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 take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBROX DRUG -CO.
N. S. SACHS'
G20 Iforfc Street.
. New Kreracli Organdies
Exquisilo I'aUeriit) in Light and Dark Grounds.
Printed Dimities and Muslins . . ,
In Trltty Daln'y Figures ami Hair Stripcx.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A FINE ASSOKT.MnN'T OF
IPercales I Percales 2
Stjlish litti'nis fur Sliht Vnints.
I ' A Now Assortment. Choico Pattorns.
FIGURED AND SOLID COLOR ARE DENIM !
SPECIAL BAHG.MKS- IN
Valencienne V Lanes!
On Sox !
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
A New Shipment
Just to linud por
H. HflCKFELD & CO.,
Por tho Hawaiian Islands.
AN OI'1'OllTUNIT.y TO l'UUCIIASi: A
Vliiu IllouiU'il Driving Anlinul, iu.rfii.tly trcii
lluaiul sdiiiuI la Mjry ruepuct, in olltnil In u
Iluy Oilillii' hj Marin, .T jwirniUI, duin Kit
tin V liy VolnntiTr. 'fliu llorne U a linu
ilrhcatnl L'UoHtldL'iico nf lieliiy wry fmt.
Tla' anlinul U now In Uio linmla of an cxpurl
IW Fn liKiticiiUirK, aniily ti
,'I5-!J At Kanlulunl 1'url. 1'iAv.U.
Beginnirg March 2d.
Our Entire Stock has been Rcmnrkcxl , ,-v
at Prices that aro .. . . '
Belov Bedrock I
J" Don't Forgot tho Date Maroh 2, 1896. -
TEMPLE OF FflSHIQW, 519 FORT STREET
J. M. DOWSETT
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Ansots, 90,220,213.09. Incoiuo, ?7,000,l(5:i.O3.
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S
'Branch), Liverpool, England.
Assots, $2,700,870. Iucome, $1,850,000.
Talatine Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AssoIh, 52,830,230.28. Income, $3,015,081.00.
fjg Insures First-class Mercantile and Miiinifacturint-Itislis niul Dwelling lro
pcrty in tho abovo ell-known Comimnies on tho most favorabiu terms.
T- lL, IDo-w-sett..
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:1C a. m.
nnd 1:45 r. M., nrriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:G5 r. SI.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class !M Class
Pearl City $ 75 . $ CO
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninnao 1 50 1 25
WANTED TO BORROW
OB MOllK !
Tor a torm o( Ten Yoars or morn on Ileal
Estate, at a low lato of intticbt.
"0. 11. K.,"
423-2w Uui.lktin Ofllco.
To Let or Lease.
Tin: 'iKSinr.Non ok miis. a. i.oxo,
ouo milo from poitufllcc. Larso Iiouko m itli
furuitnro. Tour lieil rooms, parlor, largo
(iiuiiiK room, iiantry, ldtolion latli roonm,
liot uml uilil watur, with patdiit clowitH,
norvant hotibCH, Btulilex, lmio junhlook,
uanlon nmltrcM. A rimrmmijlooatloii,
Awly to J AWHCI'MAUUON,
Morolinut nt next 1'ot.lomfo,
Y. M. C. A.
Suhirday. March 7, at S p, m.
"The Battle of Waterloo"
llliiNtrntcal Mllli ClntrtN.
Col. K. H. McLean, W.G.H.
A.clmis,sion, - 25c.
Members of Y. 11. C. A. Freo.
NOTI0K 18 HEUEHY OIVKN THAT THE
Meicuntllu Hualnexn lieretoforu carried on in
Honolulu by Jolin Thomas Wuterhouso will
bu contlnucil by tliu uiulerIjjnel under tho
iljle and name of
J. T. WATERHOTJSE.
The mid ljlislncFH will be under the Man
ajjemnit or Mn. HcMir WiTr.iuiousE who
will act for me under a full power of attor
ney: ELIZABETH I10UHNE WATEIHIOUSE.
Executor of and Sole Devltxu under tho
Will of John T. Watcrlioiwc, Jr.
Honolulu, Match 4, ibtMI. 'JH-2w
A JAl'ANUHU l'UO ON KUUAKU
iln-ot. tMtwotu JJoat Itmlliiu nm Kuktit
atrout. Color, hlaok ami wlilto. lteturn
2ll-3t 300 Mffrolmnt nircot,
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