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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 9, 1896,
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LOCAL AtiD GENERAL.
Co. I) will drill tliin evening.
Band concert tit the Huwtiiiun
hotel this evening at 8:30.
Finney's upw directory is n
necessity on every oflico table.
Manager W. J. Lowrio o Ewa
plantation was in the city today.
The regular weekly meeting of
tho Board of Health takos placo
Frank Coombs of Napa is likely
to be the next Speaker of tho Cali
fornia Assembly. .
A judicial notico regarding tho
ostato of tlio lata James Donnelley
appears in this paper.
Marquis Yamogata of Japan
has a grandson, born in Oakland,
California, on tho 15th.
"Work is to bo commenced on
tho new smelting works at Van
couver within Bixty days.
Four Cliineso clicfa bankers
were arrested at noon. They will
be bailed out during the day.
A row between two kanakas this
morning led to ono of them being
arrested for assault and battery.
The U. S. S. Alort brought 2-1
bags of mail but no papers. She
left on tho 18th, but was detained
by bad woather.
Captain Noilson, formerly of
tho J. A. Cummins, is in chargo
of tho Mokolii during the illness
of Captain Hilo.
Look out for W. S. Lugo's
Christmas sales. Tho first ono
will tako placo on Saturdny, Dec.
12th. JSeuadverlisoinciitb in adiiy
Hart & Co. have for several
days been arranging their store
more conveniently for the holiday
trade, and everything is now in
A largo consignment of Prof.
HenBhaw's beautiful platinotypes
were received by tho Olaudino to
day. Tho iinest thing in tlio
photographio lino ever seen
A picture affords more pleasuro
for the investment than anything
ono can buy. By all tneanB'mako
a present of at least ono this
XmaB selected from King Bros.'
Mesmerist Kennedy put a man
to sleep in a gloss case on tho
stngo of tho BuhIi street thontor,
San Francisco, and claims to be
able to keep him in that condition
for seven days without injury.
Eduardo A. Gallaspo, a well
known resident of Pearl City,diod
yesterday, agod about GO years.
Ho was a nativo of Vouezuela and
an old rosident of tho islands. Ho
loaves a wife and threo children.
The Pacific Hardwaro Co. will
soon recoivo a splendid lot of holi
day gnodfs in tho lino of otohings,
carbon prints aud Prang's studies
for art aud china painting. Hold
your Christmas orders for them.
If you don't expect to receive
any Xma3 pre-onts this year, buy
a picturo of King Bros., address
it to yourself as coming from
your beBt friend, and havo it sent
homo us a surprise. No chargo
for advice. ,
A party of local capitalists took
a look at somo government laud
at Waialua last Sunday with a
view to its adaptability for coffeo
culture. Their visit may result in
tho formatiou of a company to go
into tho business.
Don't forget the subscription
concert of tho Hawaiian Nation
al Band .at the Hotel tomorrow
evening. Tho boys tiro in need
of both money and music. Tho
program is promised tho Bulle
tin for tomorrow's isBiio.
Bernard J. Wofers', tho bicycle
scorcher, lowered tho indoor re
cord for ono hundred yardB in
Brooklyn on tho 15th. In tho
final heat ho wont the eighty
yards in 0:8 2-5 and tho hundred
yards in 10 seconds fiat. Tho
former rocord was 0:10 2-5.
A Chineso boy was caught on
tho Inter Isliiud wharf stealing
orangeB bolouging to Captain
Godfrey. "When arrested ho gave
tho oflicor Bixty cents to lot him
go. Tho officer, howovor, turned
tho money in to tin polico station
and booked au additional chargo
of bribery ngninst the boy.
DRIFTED SNOW FLO UK
Mnkru Jirtter 1 read and Pastry than
Any Other Known Jirund.
Aek Your Grocer l'or It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
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u uiigu jaiin mis gone 10 iviiuui.
"Walter Hayseldon is over from
C. II. Bishop aud family havo
gone to Kauai.
Tho Kinau will Bail at 10
o'clock on Saturduy on her regu
Tho Hobron Drug Company
aro having tho outside of their
I Among tho Claudino's passen
gers wore Mrs. Al. Matsou and
Miss L. Matsou of Hilo.
I Mrs. Lorrin A. Andrews, wifo
of the Sheriff of Hawaii, aud Miss
A. L. Andrews aro in tho city.
I Otto Isonborg and Miss Ison
berg wero among the W. G. Hall's
passengers for Kauai last evening.
Modeiros &, Deckor odvertiso
four advantages in getting clothes
made at thuir shop iu thoWavorloy
I Mrs. E. F. Cameron, wifo of
tho popular commander of tho
Olaudino, returned from Hawaii
j L. M. Vetlesou, mauagor of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Company,
has returned from a business trip
Tho Bulletin is very rauoh in
debted to tho courtesy of tho offi
cers of tho LI. S. S. Adams and of
the Alert for news favors.
A splendid holiday or any day
list of wares is given in the Ha
waiian Hardwaro Co.'s column.
Bun your eyo down it.
Among the departing passengers
o the Xjilu lik yt'btcrdav worn
Father Leouur, fcj. M. Ballou aud
ivifo and C. von Hamm.
Chester A. Doylo loft on tho
Mikahala yesterday, but refused
to toll a Bulletin loporter what
his special business was.
Dr. Emily B. Rydor will con
tinue her course of loctures tho
coming Tlnmdtiy tomorrow, Sat
urday, Monday and Wednesday.
Big drayloads of furuituro for
Ordway fc Porter from tho barkon
tiuo S. N. Castle have been one of
tho sights iu town this morning.
Bruco "Waring it Co., havo tem
porarily moved next door until
thoy can repair tho damages
causod by an overflow of water
Me.oliamai' R.mio, corner Hotel
aud Ntiunnu strci-ts, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
and 50 cents per night. $1, nnd
SI 25 tor week.
Howard Hitchcock has opened
his exhibition at thePaoifio Hard
ware Co.'s art rooms. It com
prises 50 works ranging in price
from S10C0 to 20.
Tho two seamen who made
trouble on tho bark "White Boso
will be paid off beforo Consul
Weight this afternoon and dis
charged from custody.
Romombor tho Kawaiahao
Seminary concert at tho Opera
House Saturday evoninc Tho
prices aro unprecedentedly low !
tor that imposing place.
Sterling, the painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tur and cemont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. City Carriage Co., J. S. And.
rado, malinger. If you want a
uaoic with good horse and curo-
ful driver nn
ng up fulophono 113,
Fort and Merchnnt
streets. Hnok at till hours.
"As I Havo Chosen You," a
solo and chorus written by Harry
Corson Clarko, tho comedian of
tho Frawley company, will bo
rondored this ovoniug by tho Ha
waiian band at tho Hotel concert.
There will bo a special meeting
of tho Myrtlo Boat Club this
evening, at 7.30 at tho Chamber of
Commerce. It ib probable that
arrangements will bo inado for a
danco on Now Year's Evo
Manager Marx of tho Frawley
company announces Iub intention
of bringing Coriuue aud her com
pany of thirty-threo people horo
nextMay,in a short season of light
operas. If thoro is any ono thing
more than another that Honolulu
wants it is a season of light opora.
Among those who aro booked
to loavo for tho Coast by tho Mn
riposa tomorrow aro F. Davoy,
Einilo White, Mr. and Mrs. Lull
ing, Mrs, A. v . rhelps, Aliss h
! S. Patterson, W. It. Winn, W. P.
Whitley, JS. llalstond, Mrs. U. U.
Wilson, Mrs. N. P. Harris and J.
Highest of all In Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
To a Bicycle
When Cyclists braco their Muscles.
brighten their Spirits, regulate their
Pulses, clear their Drains and steady
their Nerves with tho now African
tonic-stimulant. In athletics and
in all outdoor sports and pastimes
tho highest results with tlio least
conscious effort follow tho use of tho
great vitalizer and invigorant
This incomparable preparation de
velops latent Kuergy, intensifies
and sustains tho Heartbeat, retards
and deepens the Breathing, re
strains tissue combustion under Ex
ertion, pr. ver.ts K.i'i'.'uc -md liis no
ruiitioniirb.. ! mi l oiiett. A day's
outing with Vino-Kolafra is worth
a dozen without it. A tonic unparal
leled for fceblo Person!", and Invalids.
Pleasure, without Satiety. Worl:
without Exhaustion. Endorsed by
Physician1; and Scientists.
The Brunswick Pharmacol Co.
JOHNSON & ;oiinso.v. Kclllni A(JCnt8,
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
liiliiriiinlloii for Tourists.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
Btoamor wob mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho nowcomor's
gripsack scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at the gate tho stranger remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'eto?" Rainikk mo boy,
gallons of it, just come up to tho
Anchor Saloon whom they keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
just be in time for lunch too and
that's tho only placo iu town
whero they servo it up in proper
stylo with n glass of Rainier
Burnt to equilibrializo tho solids
Tho death of Edward ITutton
on Hawaii, recorded in this paper,
will bo rogretted by many friends.
Mr. Huttou camo to tho Islands
in 1V77, and was for many years
cashier in tho Honolulu Iron
Works, and u protuiuont member
of St. Andto'A'a Cathedral congro
gation. Ho went abroad somo
years ago, visiting his .native
land, Scotland. Since his return
ho has resided on Hawaii with his
cousin, E. M. Barnard, aud suffer
ed from a cough that he caught in
Kroegor Pianos, swootest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments.. Warorooms at
G. West's, MtiBonio Tomplo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tim
ing and repairing. flSF Tele
Wall, Nichols Co. are tho sole
aud exclusive agents for Finney's
Hawaiiau Directory. A supply
was dolivored to thorn today.
Peoplo on the other islauds who
wish a copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho abovo
ttF- LADIES ONLY .03
Dr. Emily B. Ryder,
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Thursday, Snturdftv, Monday and Wednes
day, nt 3 p. in, Tioltots nt tho door,
A Special MtotiugX'f tlio HemlwiH of tlio
Myitlo llout Club will lu lwlitTHlS liVUN'.
ING, Hid 0th in-jt., ut 7..' o'elnuk, ut tho
rooms ot the Chun It r ' Vuiiinorco.
T. . i'ETHIE,
Secretary My ilo llout uml.
Honolulu, xi. ... . o. uijor Oth, 1S93.
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wnvetle Uloclt, - Honolulu.
erqinary .'. Concert
Tho Concert to bo given
by Kawaiahao Seminary
will be hold in the
Opera -:- House
Saturday Lyeniug, Dccemlicr 12tli.
Prof. Borgor with his Orchestra
will assist. This alone secures
tho succcbs of tho program.
General Admission GOc.
ltoserved Seats 75c.
8J5T" Tickets for salo at Wall,
Nichols &, Co. 479 3t
For the iiost SO dnys I will offer for sale
my Coffeo Esta'o in Ulna, Hawaii. This
Property connistn of 200 AcrtH, nil suitable
to the raising of Coflco.
107 Acron uro clenre 1 nnd planted.
105 Act at to coffee coutiduiiig 85,000 trees.
fi2 Acre? of which hcltiR planted nearly a
fi.'i Acres uf which is uioioiocoutly pluutcd.
" Acivrt is phiiited to liiwn, garden and
Tho Buildings, 1 Dwelling IIouro, Japa
nebu UotiHO, Uliiokou UotiHe, Corn House,
Cow Stable und I'ir 1'oun.
fCS" The Troporty is mtnatod at 18
rnileB on Volciuo road. A cood road lead
ing to tho place, title Rood and terms to BUit.
IGOlui Olaa, Hawaii.
IN THE CIUCL'IT COUUT, K IKST C1R
cult ot the Hawaiian Inlands. In probate.
In the mutter ol the Estate of Jamc Don
nelley, late of Honolulu, Oaliti, dccuii'cd. On
lending and tilliii: lliu petition ami accounts
of be Administrator of the Es'atc ofeold
(leiuaacil, wherein lie nl,it tbat IiIk accounts
bo ovamlncd and approwd. and that a Html
order may be made of distribution of tlio
property remaining In Ids hands to tbc per
sons thereto entitled, and dlscbarului; him
from alt further responsibility ns such Ad
ministrator: It Is ordered that FltlDAV, tlio
Mb day of January, A I). 18117, at ten o'clock
a.m., at Chamber, hi the Court House, at
Honolulu, be and tho same hereby Is appoint
ed as tuu time and place for hearing said
Petition and Accounts, and that all persons
Interested may then and there appear and
show cause, If any they hare, why the tame
should not bo granted.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this 8th day of
December, A I). 181XJ.
lly the Court:
ill) a J A. THOMPSON. Clerk.
Threo Lots with Comfortablo
and Tasty Cottages thereon situ
ato on Alakiki streot, near 13 oro ta
il in, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
planted with Shrubs ond Orna
montal Trees. "Will bo sold to
gether or separately. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
1 llouso on Kinau slroit.
1 House on Kinau streot.
1-2 Story Gottnpjo on Kort street.
2 Cottnges on Fort streot.
1 Furnished House, Emma
G. E. BOAR DM AN,
Attention, Company B.
AiiMony Comiasv 11, N. O. It.,
IloNou'i.o, Dccoinlier 0, 18!)(J. j"
EVKP.y M1.M1IKU OK T HIS CUM
inuiul U lu'rcbr oulcred to r,'inrt
ut tliu Drill SlK'il, THIS (W,dn.,!io)
KVK.NINI1, Dccuiubcr U, IbUi), ut 7.U
o ciock, tor iimi.
i:. A. JACOII30N.
470-lt Lieutenant ConmiandlnL'.
N. S. SACHS'
I I I i
A. Fine Assortment of
Useful and Ornamental Goods,
at oxcoodingly low prices. . . . J
Hand Bags, Chatoloins and "Purses,
in alligator and seal aud faucy leat'ior. .
Hand Run Lacei Scarfs and Collarettes,
in tho very latest designs. ... J
JBattenborg Lace Scarfs and Fancy Tidies,
with squares to match. .....
Qui pure Scarfs and Ernb. Toilet Sets.
A few choico pairs of
Cltonillo and Two toned SatinoUo Portieres,
theso aro now and very olegaut. . .
ICmbroidered Doylies, Fine IDamnsk Towels,
a most elaborate assortment of . .
Ladies Fmbroidered Handkerchiefs.
These aro absolutely and boyond any question
of doubt, tlio best valuos in the market.
Lace Bed Sets, Drawn Work Squares.
At Prices that will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the . Little . Folks !
Cashmere and Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid
ery Hats, fine Infant Dresses, Bibs,
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
8AKTA CUIUS .
. . , Headquarters
Store, Port St.
Presents its usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
Sr Knrly liuyrrs Eccuro tho choico of
anil Christmas curds.
llnniiip's loitthcr cootls, holldny booliH nixl bnnUlvt, gimes for
parlor uid Held, dollu of all sizen and kindH,doll cirri anew, velo
olpodcB, wnKons, tnrrows, hahy Hwing chutit, nhuo lly rockers,
alphabet und building blocks, rubber, toys, iron toys, tin toys,
wood toys, mechanical toys, metal nnd china tea t-etn, rolls
crepo tissue., flower tissuo, vrhito china for palatini;, manicnro
and toilet Beta, traveling canes, brush rcIh, work boxes and bas
kets, photo and autograph nlbuni", holiday papotorles and sta
tionory, silver monntcd inkstands, lesk pails folders, sponge
cups, photo frames, etc, oflico mid packet diaries for 1SD7, th
many other articles that must bo Been to bo appreciated.
'A Word to
GRAND EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS
.1 IOVTA.LU ) t 1 ' X I IC((.:K,'
C- Nw on fcjalo at tho Art lv loitm of tlio
PA.OIFIO I-IA.K)"WHii2 CO.
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scK'Ctlcins from tho Illicit linen of 1S'J7 calendars
Wisa is Sufficient."
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