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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER
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JLOCAL AND GENERAL.
"Tho Jill" tomorrow at 8.
Cos.D nud II drill thisovening.
Tlio S. G. Wilder brought fivo
passengers for thiB port.
Lost Fiawloy performance nt
tlio Opera Iioubo tomorrow ovon
ing. Throo days' lotor Const papers
woro brought yostorduy by tho S.
The Likeliko had n vory small
fmssengor list today and very
Messrs. Paul Isotiborg and
II. A. Ieonborg came over 011 the
Likeliko this morning.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association moots tonight for tho
rogular monthly tossiou.
Band concert at Emma Square
thiB evening at 7:130. Progiain
appoars in another column.
Dr. 0. 13. Cooper and Miss Kate
McGrow, daughter of Dr. MuGrow,
aro engaged lo be married.
Those beautiful pastel paintings
of different Unwniiau scenes aro
ta be had at King Uros.'-only.
The old Mission house on King
street, recently purchased by A.
F. Cooke, is boing repaired and
Captain Daniel McNeill of tho
mrkentino S. G. Wilder has tho
Bulletin's thanks for Sau Fran
Tlio decision of the board of
Inquiry rolativu to tlio Marlin
riilo coutcst was against tho pro
test of Co. B.
'pi... Ar;:. ...... -n. ... 1.
jliiij iu.ioftiwuiiij' vriruuwin Bilitj
of dolls at tho Central Union
church parlors is
for Friday evening
Reserved seats for tho perform
ance of "The Jilt" tomorrow ovon
iug aro on sale at tho Hobron
Drug Company's store.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany will have a fresh announce
ment in its advertising column to
morrow, which will bo of general
Anton Cropp, manager of the
Koloa Sugar Company, came over
on tho James Makeo ycbtorday;
also A. Dreior, manager of Elcole
W. H. Lambert and family
camn over from Wailuku on to
day's steamer', together with 0. B
Wells, manager of tho Wailuku
W W. Dimond's suspanso is
ended by tho arrival of tho S. G.
Wilder. IIo is now prepared lo
Bet his customers up with glass
ware, lamps, etc.
Unless some change should bo
made in predont arraugomentH,
tho Septombor season of the Frnw
ley Company will lie about tho
same length as tho present ono.
G. E. Boardman, the real estnto
muii, calls attention to a house
and lot on Kinau street for sale
nud a number of other properties
for ront in other parts of tho city.
The flno weathor prevailing
yesterday afternoon drew a large
crowd of people out to the Makeo
Island concert, and the beach
resorts wero thronged with people
The. Hawaiian National Band
will givo a subscription conceit at
tho Il'iwaiian hotel some evening
'this week, most likely on Friday,
tho day of tho Australia's expect
Last night's raiufall amounted to
28-lOOths of an inch. Tho Hul
letin's weather sharp predicts
light southerly and easterly winds
for tho noxt few days with occa
sional light showers.
Odd Fellows' hall on Foit street
has orapo on its door out of res
pect to tho memory of tho lato
Captain Hatfield of Kapaa, who
was a member of Excelsior Lodge
A Japanese hack driver attempt-
jod to drive between a dray and
, ono of tho Btroot cars this morn-
ing iu tho narrow part of Fort
stroet and in consequence locked
wheels with tho dray. Ho got off
with slight damage. Tho hack
had a broken shaft which wns
probably tho result of a previous
encounter, as tho driver ovidently
know nothing about his business.
- DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Hakes Belter Bread and Pastry than
- vlii? Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Urucer J'ur II.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
Stamping work is solicited by
tho Woman's Exchange.
A judicial notice regaiding A.
D. Friomaun's bankruptcy ap
It isiuinored that the Oahu
Plantation scheme will bo con
summated this week.
T. G. Thrum presents an at
tractive list of gift goods at his
store tho hoadquartors of Santa
Claus from time immemorial.
Mrs. Emily B. ltydor's lecture
to women, "How Not to Be 111,"
comes off this afternoon nt 3
o'clock at Y. M. 0. A. hall.
Iu tho police court this morn
ing tho trial of A. L. Morris wont
over until tomorrow on account of
the slight whoel nccidont to his
attorney, L. A. Thurston, dotailed
II. W. Schmidt & Sons an
nounce their Btock of Christmas
and wintor goods as ready for in
spection, besides calling attontioti
to the extremely low prices tacked
on to them.
Tho regular monthly mooting
of the Young Men's Christian As
sociation takes place at the hall
this evening at 7:30. All members
are requested to bo present a3
there is business of importanceon
Gus Cordos arrested two Chi
nese yesterday ofternoou in tho
I houso at tho cornor of Borotnnia
and Mnunakea streets and charg
ed them with haviug opium in
' possession. IIo captured a small
quantity of tho drug at the Bamo
Tlio concert to bo givon by the
Kawaiahao Semiuary will tako
place at tho Opora Houso on Dec.
12. Prof. Bergor and orchestra
will assist. Seats will bo on salo
on aud nflor today at Wall,
Nichols Co. General admission,
50c; rosorved seats, 75c.
It'ntli or mi ll Ilclilcut niul .llntitrr
Elsewhere is recorded tho death
on Kauai of Captain James W.
Hatfield at tho ago of 72 years.
Grmtnin ITntfiplrl cninn in tlman
islands about 30 years ago. Ho
brought out tho schoouor Prince
from San Francisco for tho late
It. O. Wyllio, who then owned tlio
Princpvillo plantation, Hanaloi,
Kauai. After running tho schoon
er Prince betweou Honolulu and
Kauai, Captain Katfiold command
ed tho schooner Nettio Merrill,
the famouB ilycr, owned by Camp
boll it Turton, which plied bo
tweon Honolulu and Lahoina. He
was married to Elizaboth, sec
ond daughter of the late John
Kellelt of Hanalei. His wifo died
Borne four years ago, and it is pro
posed by relatives to bring over
his body for burial besido that of
his wife in Nuuanu cemeterj'.
Besidos leaving two duughlors
aud a son, ho leaves a brothor at
homo iu England, father of Alfred
It. Hntfiold, clerk in Theo. H.
Davies it Co.'s establishment.
An attempt was made last night
to burglarize tho dry goods store
of L. B. Kerr. Tho oilico in the
Bmall brick structuro in tho Vear
was entorod by smashing a largo
light of glass and forcing open
the inside bliuds. Tho main
store is separated from tho oilico
by heavy iron shuttors, so that
nothing was taken as tho thiovos
apparently did not have tho re
quisite tools to force them open.
If you want to find out what a
dollar will purchaso in tho way of
groceries for Christmas, just bring
ono along to tho Pulama Grocory,
and you will bo surprised at its
purchasing power. Celestials aro
usually close buyers, and tho tnct
that wo servo a good number of
them spoaks volumes for our
prices. H. Cannon, Palama Gro
cory, opposito Railway Depot,
King street. Tolephono 755 every
Can Get Their
Stamping , . .
Neatly aud expeditiously
done at the . .
BiS" Orders received in tho
morning between tho hours of 9:110
nnd 12 o'clock. Call and see tho
New and Dainty Designs.
Highest of all In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
H. , 1 jsssassa X
at the Heart
Is almost instantly dispelled
by a swallow of Vino-Kolaf ra,
the African Tonic made from
Sterculia Nuts. Vino-Kolafra
governs heart action as tho
fly-wheel regulates machin
ery: it cures hysteria and
annihilates fatigue, gives
strength and tone to the body,
and rapidly builds up con
valescents after severe illness.
.. A glance at the names of tho
endorsers of Vino - Kolnf ra
' will convince you that it is a
product of tinusual impor
tance. Brunswick Pharmacal Co.
Johnson & Johnson-, Selling Agents,
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agonts.
By Special Request
Dec y th.
THE FIflWLEYjS if
:B0(JCI5AULH GREAT COMEDY:
ALOHA ta our Honclulu Frlands.
For Sale !
For Hie noxt M0 dnys I will nff-r for nnle
my Coffee llstmo in Ulan, Iiiuvull. This
Property consists of 200 Acits, nil snimble
to tho ruibiiig of Coffeo.
107 Acres nre cleaio'l nud pluntod.
105 A01 cs to co flee containing 85,000 trees.
02 Acre of which beitR pluntod uoarly n
03 Acres of which is moro recently pluntod.
2 Acres in planted to lawn, gulden ami
The JiuildlntjH, 1 Dwelling IIouho, Jupn
neso HcniBe, Chicken House, Corn House,
Cow Stublo nnd Pig Pens.
SXT The Property is situnlcd nt 18
niHes on Volcino rond. A g"od lond le'id
iug to tho pUee, titTo Rood und tortus to suit.
00 lm Ohm, Hnwidi.
Attention, Company D.
Aitstoitv Comi-any D, N. O. fJ
Honolulu, Docembor 7, 1896
DEVEHY JIEMHEIt OF THIS COIL
maud is hoteby ordored to report
nt tho Drill Bhed, THIS (Monday)
EVENING. Decumbor 7, 1800, fit
7:30 o'clock, for Drill.
477-lt Liouteiuuit Coiunimi'ling.
Attention, Company H.
AUMOItY COMfANV II, N. G. II.,
IIo.noldlc, Deconiber 7, 1800. J
EVERY MEMIlEIt OP THIS COM
maud is hereby oidoied to repoit
nttho Diill Bhed, THIS ( ilondny)
EVENINO, Docomlwr 7, 1800, nt
7:30 o'clock, for Drill..
T. n. MUItnAY,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrpiCKt 20S Merohnnt street, Campbell
Ulotk iear of J. O. Cattoi' ofllcel. P. O,
Public notico is hereby given
that tho undorsigned, L. Ahlo, has
distrained nnd levied upon tlie
goods and chattels, tho property
of cortain persons doiug business
under the firm uamo of Sui On
Tai, for rent duo by the said firm
Sui On Tui to eaid L. Ahlo and in
arrears to tho amount of Two
Hundred and Twouty six Dollars
and Fifty Cents for rents of cer
taiu pieniiscB situato ou Nuuanu
Street, near tho corner of Chap
lain Stroet, Honolulu, to wit:
1 tin Chiticso tea,
11 bottles of oil,
2 liirge bdli of pnper,
2 pes Chiueso mat-
box Chinese fans,
ll boxes mntehes,
0 Chitu so teapots,
i0 Chinese plakf,
43 bdlsSam Shu cups
0 pkgs Chiticso bowls,
l'J,- pkgs l hinoo let
ter p per,
110 CIlilll'BO boot.8,
10 pkgs josh paper,
11) prs Chinese shot's,
21 iisfitd books,
3 bills ribbon,
'2 rms rod paj er,
2 pes towil,
1 ir hooks for mos.
3 bed quilts,
3 bxs ttndei-shirts,
1 bdlo l.imp wick,
0 pkgj braid,
4 boxes pills,
4 bxs tooth brushes,
2 boxes dominoes,
3 bills ChiucMj ink,
4 hosns Jap snap,
0 boxea opiuin pipes,
1 pkge Oliincro but-
1 box pen h lders,
5 1 k; noto paper,
1 lot prns,
1 tin KuooiIjc oil,
0 ns handle-,
4 part ki-gs nails,
1 Fairbnuks' stand
ard ec des,
1 snfo No. IU,
1 box tobucd,
2 bdls Chinese paper,
1 bdls green besns,
10 bnchos matches 4
0 tins Chiueso ten,
2 tius lobster,
0 tins sardine,
0 bowls ginger,
97 rolls puper,
23 Chiueso boxes,
10 opium lamps,
lOpaptrs of niacc.v
7 bdls paper,
23,000 lire crackers,
7 buxoi toilet soap,
S bills paper,
100 pkgs of Chiueso
lot soy cups nnd
1 lot lamp humors,
1 gross rico spoons,
1 box sundries,
U bom Chinese pro
serves. I lot bur mop,
II I11IN bamboo poles,
3 lulls lattan,
I bill gia-s minting,
1 wIili'1 barrow,
1'ail bx dried orange,
i! bis Incciifc sticks,
f etoe and plpo.
And notico is further givon
that said goods aud chattels will
bo sold ut the public auction
rooms of JaB. P. Morgan, on
Queen Street, at 10 a. in., tlio 23rd
day of December, A. D. 189(1, to
satisfy tho rent duo and in an ear
as aforesaid. L. AHLO.
Dated, Deo. 5, 189(5. 470-15t
Lots Hear Kapiclani
There are over looo lots for tale, Soxloo
feet, inauka ol Kaplolnnl Park, uiljolnlnir the
resilience of Mews C llroiui, II. J. Nolle,
Thomas UnUlnger mill others.
Theso Lots will bu rolil climper than any
pl.icu In Honolulu Mncu l tie reign of Kamclia
Wntir will l.c laid 011 as koou as butcrs aro
ready to ImlUl.
I'rlces aie Miiijliig from f loo. 00 per Lot to
This Id the liet opportunity to get a home.
Kor further particulars apply to
W. C. ACIII & CO.,
Hud Ebtate Drokcrs.
Honolulu, Nov. 85. lUlK). 47.'-lm
IN' THE CHICUIT COUKT, FIKST CIK
oult of II10 llauuiluu IiUiuls. In tho mat-t.-r
of tho Hankiiipley or A. 1). Frlemaun of
Order on pitltlon of Bankrupt for discharge.
Upon leading and filing the petition of
A. I). Frleuiunu of llnnolnlu, Oahu, alleging
that moro tli.ni six moulhs have elapsed
since she was adjudicated a bnnkrupt, and
prajlng lor a discharge trom all her drbts.
It Is ordered that UHNDAY, the 28th day
ol Itcembcr, A. I). iS'JO, In Alllolanl Hale,
Honolulu, at 10 a m. of that ilay, at Cliam
litii, be, a d Iho aiuu U lienbj appointed
for Iho hearing of euld petition, at uhlch
lino aud phue nil creditors ho havo proved
their claims agalrst enld bankrupt may ap
pear and show cms.-, II any they h.io, wliy
tlio prajer of said Bankrupt should not bo
by tho Court:
(IF.O. LUCAS, Clerk.
Dated Dec. 7lh, 1MW. 477-ot
Three Tiots with Conifortablo
ahd Tasty Cottages thoroon situ
ato on Makiki streot, near Borota
nia, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
planted with Shrubs nnd Orna
mental Trees. Will bo sold to
gether separately. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Tho Itrgular Monthly Mooting of tho
Y.M. C. A. will bo hold Til IH (Monday)
EVENING, Deo. 7th, at 7:30. All mem
bers aro roijueatod to bo present, us busi
ness of Importance is to ba transacted,
C3L- fcfc 1
N. S. SACHS'
A. Fine Assortment ol
Useful and Ornamental GoorLs,
at oxcoediugly low prices.
Hand Bags, Chateloins and Ptirse,
iu alligiitn aud seal aud fnucy lei fior. .
I-Iand lnn Lace-. Soarf and Collarettes,
in tho vory latest liesigus. . . ,
Battenberg Xjnco Scarfs and Fancy Tidies,
with squares to mafch
G-uipnre Scarfs and 3-Cmb. '"oilet Sets.
A few choice pairs of
Chenille and Two toned Satinotto Portieres,
theso nre now nnd vory elegant. . . ,
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Dnma sk Towo's.
a most elaborato assortment of . . .
Ladies Kmbroidered ii and kor chiefs.
Theso aro absolutoly and beyond any question
of doubt, the best values in the maikot.
Lace 33cd Sots, Drawn "Work Squares.
At Prices that will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the . Little . Folks !
Cnshmero and Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnots, elegant Iuslin Embroid
ery Hats, fine Infant Dresses.Bibs,
etc., otc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
yP3Ti1 HSflff iff ST
To supply your wauts in Mon's Furnishing UooiIb with the
most complote and choicest stock wo havo over laid boforo tho
public. If you aro in doubt iib to what you would like to
present to your friends or relations, lot us show you over our
goods, and you will surely find somothiug Biibstautial and ser
viceable, that will gladden tho hearts of thoso who rccoivo them.
Neckwear of Every Description,
CollarB and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linon or Cotton,
plaiu or priuted; Suspenders either Silk or Cotton;
Dross Shirts, Negligee, Shirts and Night Bobes,
Kfcts eltltaE $elt ge SlE&Trt, Xqe Mqh and Sqyb
Smoking Jaokots, Panama Hats, Puggarees iu many de
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sloovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Yali6es and Hand Bags, boiuo vory nico ones in Alli
gator; aud a great many other things.
Corner oi'ITort and JVXer chant Sts-
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