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. 7 ' .1.4
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No circus tonight.
Monster program at tho circus
Baud concort at Emma square
this evening at tho usual hour.
Tho Honolulu Choral Society
will hold anothor rehearsal tonight
British Commissioner A. G. S.
Ilawos lias returned from his trip
Ercd Sclioltz, a well-known
blacksmith, died at Wailuku last
Representative McBrydo has
roturned from a visit to his Kauai
Dr. McLonnan wants a fivo or
six-roomed furnished house on a
W. 0. Lackland of tho Ilollistor
Drug Company has returned from
u business trip to Muui.
Tho Honolulu Athletic Asso
ciation will meet at Y. M. C. A.
lull this evening at 7:30.
Pacific Lodgo of Masons will
have regular mooting tonight and
work in tho socond dogreo.
Gouoral "WarHold paid a frater
nal visit to Geo. "NY, do Long Post,
G. A. It., on Saturday evening.
Manager E. 31. Hendry of tho
Hawaiian Hardwaro Company
returned yostorday from a trip to
By using Seattle beer you got
something mild aud light, easy to
digest aud nutritious. On draft
nt the Criterion.
Tho girls of tho MaunaoluSomi
nary, Maui, will give an entertain
ment on Friday week for tho bono
iit of their school,
Tho Crown Princess of Den
mark has tho distinction of being
tho tallest woman in Europe. Sho
is six foot two inches in height.
Senators 33aldvin and "Wilcnv
roturned from Maui yesterday and
wero in their accustomed boats in
tho Souato chamber today.
Somo of tho converts of tho
Bomig meeting will bo baptized
at a 3 o'clock service this p. ni.,
othcra after tho sermon tonight.
A decision of a Sacramento
judge concerning tho Cinean Scot
tish Rito will bo found in another
column and is of intorost to( Ma
sons. At tho present rate of stocking
up coal in tho roar of tho Electrio
Light Works,that corporation will
soon lmvo tho biggest pilo in
Tho verdict of all thoso who
hayo tried tho Seattlo boor at tho
Criterion is that it is palatable
and does not overload tho sto
mach. 33. R. Stackablo and three
frionds mot with a runaway ac
cident near tho "Wilder wharf yes
terday afternoon, but all escaped
with a few bruises.
Li Hung Chang, tho groat Chi
nese statesman, will pass tlupugh
' Honolulu next summor on his
way homo from tho coronation of
tho Emperor of Russia.
A bright sparkling beverage,
noted for its ogreeablo ilavor, is
tho judgment of boor drinkers in
regard to Seattle boor, for sale in
bottles or on tap at tho Criterion.
R. J. Greene authorizes tho
statement that tiio gross proceeds
of tho recent Grand Army benefit
at tho circus wero $773.-15; ox
ponses 8270.75; net proceeds
Mr. Kibling is again purser of
tho Olaudiue, Mr. Wallace having
resigned. Mr. W. H. Placo will
bo fioight clerk of tho same
stoamor, and Mr. 3Mvis goes
on tho Likolike.
Rov. Mr. Romig's sermon on
"Our Guardian Angels," formerly
announced for tonight, lias beon
postponed temporarily and ono on
"Following Our Natural Inclina
Nnvr. In rrniiuiiio nurins. vnn nnn
'- - o - -
find nothing bolter than thoso
very excollonl colored viows or
oil paintings of Hawaiian sconory
that King Bros on Hotel street
aro oH'onng for salo as souvenirs
Tho United Sates sloaniora Pol
rol and YnrUlown, which aro on
tho Chinese litution, Imvo been
nnltirflil homo forvopuirs.Tho lutlor
Iiiih boon in Gliiiuwo wulnrs for a
your ami tha forinov ovur llinm
ywjrH. Tliity will both uo o Bnn
lfriui(jlKH),Ui))liiK nt till port on
Sovon drunks paid tho usual
fino this morning.
Mtumgor Lowrio of tho Ewa
plantation is in tho city today.
Manny Phillips is confined to
his bod, from sickness this morn
ing. Threo moro arrests for nonpay
ment of taxes woro " made this
Threo Japancso woro nrrosted
this morning and hold ponding
Messrs. Burns and Prico of tho
circus aro giving" a danco at tho
Eaglo Houso this ovening.
Judge Carter has approved tho
accounts of tho executors of tho
will of Ann Maria Diraond.
Antonio Gomes was arrested
this morning for larceny in steal
ing corn from sacks on tho wharf.
Tai Huoy, tho Chinese who tied
another to a fence last week, was
lined S25 and costs this morning.
"W. S. Luco will sell valuable
cano lands at auction on Monday,
March 30. Particulars in adver
tisement. Sovoral of tho Indian sailors on
tho soaling schooner Mascot at
tended Borvico at tho Christian
church last night.
Ah Tai pleaded guilty of having
chofa tickots in his possession and
Judgo do la Vorgno fined him 825
and costs this morning.
Koaraoka is charged with tho
larceny of a S125 gold watch from
Mrs. P. 13. McKeo, aud Kaluai
with receiving thcstolon propoity.
They will bo tried tomorrow.
A picturo to bo useful should
bo framed and hung upon tho
wall whore it performs tho doublo
duty of n decoration and an ins
tructor. See King Bros about it.
Pictures of tiio Volcano, both
daylight and night oiTeots, can
bo had at King Bros' Art Store at
very reasonable prices. They aro
just tho thing to send to your
Ah Trick pleaded guilty this
morning in Judgo dola Verpnes'
court of malicious mischief in
damaging a bicyclo bolonging to
.T. A. Thompson to tho extent of
S15. Senteuco suspended.
Tho monthly meeting of tho
Woman's .Board of Missions will
bo hold tomorrow (Tuesday) at
2:30 p. m. at tho Central tJnion
church. Report of Japanesowork
by Mrs. O. II. Gulick. Papor by
Mrs. F. R. Day on ""Woman's work
in Chicago." Mrs. Richards of
Montclair will speak on "Rescue
It is reported from Kona, Ha
waiij that tho mongooses nro at
tacking tho coiTco when it is ripe.
They climb to tho tops of tho
trees, so it is said, and havo to bo
clubbed oir. That is tho roason
givon, at all events, to a coffee
owner in town for tho crop being
short. If tho account is truo it is
The storo of Chang Hong Koo,
at Punchbowl and Miller streets,
isboing cleared of its coutonts
prior to demolition. A Protestant
church for tho Portnguoso will bo
erected on tho site, tho old cdifico
on Miller street to bo dovoted to
school purposes. Chang Hong
Keo goes out of a hideous-looking
old shack into a two-story build
ing eroctod for him across Punch
Ilurna mid l'rlco Ilcucllt.
t Thoro was anothor crush at tho
oircus on Saturday evening, whon
a benefit wns givon to Messrs.
Burns and Prico, at tho request of
tho joint committees of thoMator
nity Homo and tho Young Hawai
ians' Institute. The seating cap
acity ovorilowcd and numbers
stood on tho scantling in rear of
the Beats as well as on tho ground
in the entrance way. Botweon
two acts Mr. Bums was present
ed with a liandsomo modal iu
appreciation both of his musoular
prowess in tho ring and of his in
trepid and greatly successful
balloon ascension. Mr. Price
niado tho presentation speech
and, as tho recipiont had just
used his breath up in a
daring trapo.o porformanco,
also convoyed tho thanks of Mr.
Bums to tho donors. A choico
program of tho host things in tho
oircus company's rnportoiro was
performed, bosidos which B, L.
Finnoy gitvonn exhibition of fancy
club swinging, which was vocifor
oimly nppluuded mid nothing losn
than a roputitiou nccoptod fit no
kiiowlmlyinnnt. Mr. Hnuoy will
iipponr ii,'iiln nt tho poi'foi'iiiniiini
(loiiipliinunliiry to ,Mr, Wlrtli In.
EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 0, 189G.
Highest of ulijn Leuvoning Power. LatesfU.S. Gov't-Roport.
There seems to be no let up
to our trade and wo aro adding
new customers to our already
largo list every day. When
you take a moment to think
of if the roason is plain enough;
people go where they can get
goods best and cheapest. T.
II. Davies, the princo of mer
chants, struck the key noto
whon ho said that America
had the bulk of Hawaii's com
merce because the goods wero
sold cheaper. There's no sen
timent in goods-buying. People
go in for bargains and they
would get their stock from
Alaska if they could bo brought
from thcro 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.
France, England and the
United States have cjtitribu
ted toward tho stock, and tho
poorest bargain 3u can find in
tho lot leaves you with goods
at a fourth less than they can
bo duplicated for, no matter
where you try. As a rule tho
saving is a third from usual
, prices. . '
Ptouse keepers and hotel
keepers having needf, present
or prospective, aro interested
in our' full sets of crockery,
dinner or tea, af$ 17.50. Where
can you get anything us good
for less than $22.00?
Von Holt Building.
lu reply to tbo many requests to ncoept
tlio good wishes of tho very many friends I
have hud tho honor to miiko in Honolulu,
i Brnio-miy uceept uicir cordial IuUlution
Set Apart as a Tribute of
And most respectfully announce- that n
pi'ogi'arrj of IjMe Excellence !
Will bo presented which will Include tho
Lndy and Gentlemen Artists of Wirth's Cir
cus ia the Very Pick of Their Itopertoire.
Also, Attractive Numbers by tho
Iawaihau Qlee Glvb
3IK. II. L. FLNNEY In nn Exhibition of
Artistio Club Swinging.
Chester A. Doyle,
Tho Popular 'Vocalist and 1'ItOF. UnilOKU
who lias kindly alimented to play in con
Little Ivludol Wirth
On, tho 1'laiio "THE IMUItLS OP TIIU
AiIiiiIhhIuiii Clialrx, 9I Oullery, 2.1u.
fjr Tickets pan lu ubtaluod and Chairs
IIwBurviNl at the Clruim'Ilox Ollhiti fmni
TIIH D.VV. w
&T All t'liilms i4Miimt tlwi Wlith's 01 r.
uhs CuiiUJHiiy HHUt Ui iiwiiilwl tit tlio flu.
wuiluit HoliI, umvltmn uto, not Ifttsrljwn
fl i, in. 'I'OOAVi Wtl'll
is our new insectitudo for
roaches, bed-hugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. Won stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
value of Kough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, where 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 rofund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
ft -v -m:' .
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Do:
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
A New Shipment
Celebrated Mineral Water
Just to hand per
H. HflCKFELD & CO.,
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tiii:m: willhk a MMTrixaoKTiic
H. A. A. (J. (it thu V. M, (J. A. Hull, tit 7t:i0
o'clock THI8 (Monday) LVCNINO. lliuU
iichh o( luilHirtniicQ will Ik) trim wmtod.
",57.11 11V OltDUII COMMl'LTHK.
A J'IV Oil KIX 1IU0M I'UIINIHHIU)
IIhiiim', mull m on it jm ilgyiillnii,
Ull ' DII.Mt'l.JUSKAN.
-v . - : J
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: ' t.v
Elegant Wash Materials-
N. S. SACHS'
520 l?ovb Sfcroot-.
New Rrericli Organdies
Ksquislto Pnttorna in Light ami Dark Groiitnl.
Piinted Dimities and Muslins ..."
In 1'ritty Dain'y Flgurcn nntl Hair Stripes.
Fancy Piques and Cotton puck
A FIXE ASSORTMENT Of
Percales Z Percales 2;
StjEfch att'iii8 for S :irt W'uits.
A Now AsHottuicnt. Choico l'attoms.
riGUREtt AND SOLID COtOR AUT DBHIH I
SPECIAL I)IlOAINS IN
Valencieime '.," Laces !
Our Entiro Stock
at Prices that are
T Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896. "g
TEMPLE OF FASHIOH,
J. M. DOWSETT-
' ' -A.CrEISTT lOR
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
AssotH, S9.220.2I3.00. Income, $7,000, lGXOS. '
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, (U. S.
Branch), Liverpool, England.
Ausots, S2.700.870. Income, $1,8S!),000.
Talaline Insurance Company, (U. S. 'Branch), Manches
AssotH, S2.8n0.230.23. Income, S3.O10.0SJ.0O.
, gJgT Insures First-cliiss Mercantile nuil MnuufnotiiriiiD llisks nnd Owolllng Fro.
perty iu tho above well-known Companies on tho moat fuyjlikblo torma.
T- HT- IDo-wsett.
243-tf Mkuciiant STHK.rr.
Take an Outing
Trains will leuvo at 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arrivinpf in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 p. Jt'.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lut Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianno 1 50 125
WANTED TO BORROW
OK, MOEK !
For n term of Ton Yonrs or moro on Ileal
Eatato, nt w low rate of interobt.
"0. It. It.,"
!23-2w Humitin Ofllco.
To Let or Lease.
Till: liy ID13N0E OK MltS. A. I.UNO,
ouu inilit (torn HitiillU'e. Lmgu Ikhuo with
fjirnltiini. Vmt IhI iooiiim, ilor. 1'Uk
(lining ioqiii, Miiitiy, klliihun lutli iooiiim,
hot Mini uolil wutiir. with ptitoiit n)iHmln,
H r 1 1 1 llUlIMM, HtilllluM, lllllMI )Hlllll(Wl,
uuhIhii HinHrMM. A ulwrmiiiuliHiHtldii,
AlU'ly 'I AM'IIHIlMAdDON.
Mvikilmnl l w 1'iwtultUoi
has b?en T?enmrkcd
519 FORT STREET
NOTICE 18 HEREIiY OIVEN THAT THE
Mercantile Diicliu'tis heretofore carried on In
Honolulu Dy joint Thomas Waterliouao will
be coiitliined by the undersigned under thy
btjlennd name of
J. T. WATERHOTJSE.
Tlid Raid hiitfnCM will bo under the Man.
nKCmcnt Of Jill. IIBMIV 'ATEIIIIOUBBWlo
will act fur mo under a full nower of attor
ney. ELIZAHETir IIOURNE WaTEIUIOUSE.
J"'",1, f ""J. Solo Device under the
III of John T. WHtvrlioiiiic, Jr.
Honolulu, .March 4, ib'.HJ. SU2r
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Mefeopolifen IVE&t (k
No 'Prices Ms
Evory prico wo iiuuto U thulowost. Wo
Intend to kcoponr jincen uIwhjh tho lowest.
If they're not lirhu jour inruliAno Iwok
and nd tho moiuiy. Tlmt'it our bndlii(j
oiler. Cuinimrn our prlocsootulder thut
piolity U tin) (iholuNtimil wa If mieli
pilvoH uro to Ui found vUuwliur).
SJOT (JutcK, I'rcti Dellvwry.
i?. 'fomlSrasr v
, llulul niiiwl, iiii. AiIIuhIuii Aihiw,