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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMJiElt 19, 1896. 7 -M
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Montague Faust company
This is tho day we celobrato at
E. 13. Barthrop, manajjor of tho
Hilo Drug Company, is in tho
W. O.Lncklaud of tho HolliBtor
Drug Company loturncd on tho
Laud Agont J. F. Brown re
turned from Hawaii on yesterday's
Naturaliet II. 0. L. Perkins is
ovor from Hawaii for tho Christ
The Christmas vacation in tho
public schools commenced yester
John Hiud, iimnnuor of the
Ilavvi mill and plantation, is here
from Kohala with his t;ou.
The Annexation Club has a no
rico in tliis idaue, concerning the
enrollment of new meinbors.
Tho prices at 11. W. Schmidt
it Sonn' aro not raised. Tho
diamond is simply a present.
Katio Putnam and company nud
Loio Fuller wore playing, separ
ately, at Vancouver this month.
F. M. Swnnzy, of Theo. H.
Davies fc Co., returned yesterday
from a three weeks' visit to Ha
waii. Yeo Chan, in this paper, gives
more cut prices for getting rid of
slock and paying ok" his retired
The program for tho Makeo
Inland imud conceit tomorrow
afternoon is given in another
A kanaka was arrested this
morning on complaint of his best
girl who charges linn with assault
Them will bo uo concert at
Emma square this afternoon, the
baud being engaged at the Ka
mehamoha school celebration.
The letter "I" in the Chinese
lauguago has 145 ways of being
pronounced, aud each pronuncia
tion has a different meaning.
Special sermons on tho Mes
sage of tho Incarnation will be
preaohod by Rev. D. P. Biruio at
tho Central Uuion church tomor
row. Lawyers F. M. Wnkefield and
Gilbert F. Little nre in tho city in
readiness for tho Supreme Court
term which commences on Mou-
An exchange announces, on the
death of a lady, that ''she lived
fifty yoars with her husbaud and !
uieti in conuuent nopo oi a oetter
Tho Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Sociotv will not meet tonight.
but at the home of President Dole '
on tho evjuing of January 2d, t
A Portuguese laborer ougaged
in unloading lumber from tho
baik Ceylon had his foot hurt by
a pilo of lumber falling on it yes
Frank N. Beebe, law librarian of
the Supreme Court of Ohio, writes
to Clork Henry Smith of tho
Judiciary, accepting tho offer of
exchange of Reports.
A native sailor of tho steamor
Kilauea Hon was drowned at Ku
kniau by the overturning of a
Burf boat while oudeavoring to
Jaucl troigut from tho vessol.
Tho directors of tho Star News
paper Association hold n business
mooting yesterday. Tho adjourn
ed general mooting of stockholders
comes off at tho ond of tho year.
Tho Praiso Service at tho Y. M.
C. A. Sunday, Docombor 20th, at
G:30 p. m. will bo led by W. H.
Covoll. TIub iB n vory informal
gathering, aud every ono is invit
ed. Tho secretary would bo very
happy to moot all strange young
Tho preBont tormof Mra.Gunn'fl
dancing school canio to an ond last
ovouing at Ariou hall, whom a
morry throng of daucoiH enjoyed
themselves to thoir heart's content.
Tho musio was furnished by tho
Quintotle Club of tho Natiouul
band and rofroshmentn wore
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Dread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand. j
Atl Your llrocer Vat Jt,
UXIO.W FliliP CO., Sole Atjinl,
Morgan's great Halo of 220 resi
dence sites at noon Mouday.
Montaguo Faust matineo this
afternoon at the opera house
Tonight will bo the last oppor
tunity to boo tho Moutaguo-Faust
A Chinese contract laborer was
sent up from Ewa plantation to
day to Bervo out his sentence for
Business is dull in polico cir
cles, and somohow it always hap
pens that way when Judgo Wilcox
is officiating in tho District Court.
Thirty-two carloads of flour,
agricultural implements, bicycles,
etc., arrived from the east for
shipmeut by tho AVarrimoo tho
night before that Bteamer loft
To those who are not acquainted
with tho fact, wo beg to say that
wo me Hcllinu handsomely framed
pictures for $'.), 1, and 5, which
a year or two ago would have
commanded three rimes those
prices. King Bros , Hotel stroot.
In tho District Court this
morning in tho case of Maria and
Constantina Rodriguez, tho two
girls mixed up in the larceny of a
number of rings, tho latter plead
ed guilty and tho other was dis
charged. Souteuce was suspoud
od. Tho National Hawaiian Quin
tette Club will give an open air
coucort on the front pjrtico at "W.
V. Dimoud's Rtore, beginning at
7:30 this evening. This will bo
in celebration of the iutioduction
of low-priced solid silvorwaio as
mention in his ad veitisement to
day. II. C. Chamberlain and family
of Now Westmiuster, B. 0., wore
passengers for Honolulu in tho
Warrimoo. Mr. Chamberlain is
a champion rillo shot at 500 to
1000 yaids. He will lake a posi
tion in tho Oahu Railway car
J. F. Morgan will place on pale,
at auction, a very largo and hand
some assortment of holiday goods
at his salesrooms on Queoii atreot
this evening commencing at seven
o'clock. They comprise fancy
goods, jowolry, baby carriages, tea
sets, croquet Bets, tool chests, etc.
SIIKIt.llAN IN M1Y.
With CollritKiiea At prut to llnNty Ac
tion Over llaunll.
A different Canton dispatch
from that quoted the day tho mail
arrived is as follows. This ono
gives a mason for Mr. McKinley's
rotisence ou tho Hawaiian quos
tiou: Henry E. Cooper, Hawaiian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, and
his secretary, B. L. Marx, woro
among Major MoKinloy'a visitors
this afternoon. Thoy stopped on
thoir way from Washington en
routo to the Coast. Minister
Coopor had tho privilege of a
private intorview with tho Presi
dent elect. It was necessaiily of
an infotmal eharact'T. Major
McKinley has not yet selected his
Secretary of State and has not
discussed his foreign policy with
hie closest adwsois, and, natural
ly, would not indicate his pur
poses to a foreign representative.
He was marked in his expres
sions to Minister Coopor of good
will toward Hawaii and its people.
Whether ho cares to havo an an
nexation treaty como up as tho
first measure of his administra
tion is uncertain. His aim is to
havo as few applications as possi
ble to iutorforo with tariff legisla
tion, for which ho iutouds to call
au oxtra session of Congress.
It is said in Canton that Sona
tor Sherman and other members
of tho Foreign Relations Commit
tee, while not hostilo to Hawaii,
aro in favor of doliborato action
and deprocato bringing in an an
nexation treaty at ouco.
Auction Sale by James F. Monjan.
Auction :. Sale
AT MY 8LCSItOOMS,
l)KO, 10, AT 7 O'CLOCK
Holiday - -
- - Goods.
.IAS. F. AIOMIjIAN,
WU Aiutiumtr. j
I Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. n itnA atiniM "fll
is only a few days off. Ilnvo
you found what you want
"Wo enn help you. We
have n choice lot of perfume
in cases. Yes, we have
many other things but
conic nnd see.
That's the best way.
Hobron Drug Co.
King and Foit.
All persons desiring to sign tho
Rull of the Ar.'NKXATloN Ol.uii, can
do so by applying to tho raombors
of tho Enrollment Committee, or
to C A. Brown, tho Executive
Officer, nt tlie Iieadqunitei8 of tho
Club on Mi reliant street nenr
Members of the Enrollment
J. B Af'Crton, F. J. Lowroy,
L. C. Abies, E A. Jonos,
1). L. Niiono, A. V. Goar,
O F. McLond.
JAS. L. MoLEAN.
Honolulu, Dec. 19, 1890. 488 lw
M.iiu Oflico Telephouo Ko. Oil. P O. Box Xo. 222 llnuch Ofllco Tekphono No. 83S.
Oahis Lumber and Buiidmg Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchaats, Contractors & Buildors.
IMI'OllTEKS AND DU.VLE1SS IN
).'or.s, Rushes, Paints, Oilfl, IJuildora' Ilirdwnro, "Wall Papers rind
Mntting, Etc. Mauufiicture All Kinds of M uilding.
Main Offlco. Lclo, King htieot. Urancli Oflico nud Planing Mill, corner King nnd
liethel Hlreetw. laiuilier Yurdii, Leloo ntul Iit near It. It. Duuot Privnto trnok eounect
iug with O. P. ,V I.. Co. It. It. runa through our j ml to It. It. wharf unci any part of
Kwa and W'umime bt-iti lis. lS:i-tf
lints For Your Christmas Shopping
Couit Plnstor Cases,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkors,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button Boxes,
Nook Tio Rings,
Nock Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups nnd Brushes,
AU in Stovling; Sliver
lives & COOKE
Paints. Oils and Glass
Wall Paper, Mattings,
Etc., Etc , Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fort Street,
- Tclepliouo 20i
Commissioner of Deeds
tate of California.
HnvltiK been appointed and commissioned
j CominlsMonerof Deeds fur tlie Statu of Cal
Iforiilii, I nm prepared
To administer nnd certify oatlu.
Vn lak and certify depositions and afllda
vita. To tnKu nnd certify tho acknowledgment or
proul ol povwiit uf iitlornuy, imirtuaca,
transfer.., nrui.tt, deeds or other Instruments
A. V. GEAR,
i0 Kln Btreet.
Partly turn tubed the leMrfencu of E. It.
Hendry, comer Kiimu nnd Ptnxncoln
HtrcctH. House. toiititiH eight room and
has nil the Riodcru conveniences. Largo
Corner of l.mmhlo nnd Fous.icola Htrcols,
Fiv Lots, "fl tout hy 12o feet encli. Tlia
most (itoiinliio reuidouco property for snlo
on tho pliiiim For terum npply to
1-5 tf 13 It. HKNDIIY.
Jo wtil Boxes,
Shoo Horns nnd Hooks,
Nail and Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, aud Comb,
Bon Bon Boxos,
Hair Pin Cases,
Duutal FIdkh Casotf,
some as Low am GO Coius,
xpmziai ufiuufiiN? ;n
jf VI B.UiiniU UtfMIUIFlHll
N. S. SACHS'
520 ITorfc Strcot
I i i
Childrons Fancy Handkerchiefs nt 50 and GOo. por dozon.
Liitlios' Fino hnmmod stitch cambric Handkorohief8nt83c a do.jn.
SilkEmhroidi'ied Hindk'rohiefa at 10c. oich or $1 a dozen.
Lndies' Embroidored flandkorcliii fs, with suilloprd edge 2 for 2oc.
or $1.25 per dozon.
LndioR Embvniilored Handkerchiefs, hemmod ititch, 3 for il'lc.
Our Embroidered Ilandkerchitf for 20c can't bo boat.
Our stock is most compl-to, and prices oolipso all former quotation".
In tan, navy blue, ordinal and blick
Hints to i3Loo3rs;
WHAT TD BUY,
Usoful and Ornamental Articles well adaptod for Holiday Gifts:
Pino Leather Purses, Hand Bags, Fans,
Pino Hand Run Laco Scarfs,
Fancy Luce Neck Wear, Pancy Tidies,
Real Laco Handkerchiefs.
Battonborg Lace Scarf's, Toilet Sets,
Laco Bed Sets, Pancy Ta,ble Covers,
Cashiuero and Silk Shawls,
Embroidered Doylies, Pino Damask Towels,
a fino nsmrtraont of
Children's Cnshmere nnd Silk Coats,
Children's Muslin Embroidered Hats,
Infants' Silk Bor.nets,
At Special Low Prices.
Our Big Doll Will Be
Tu.st ZESecei-Wsd. per -A-ia.stra.lia,.
Atmores' Mince Meat in jdasa jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 21 lb. tins,
11. and B. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
Now Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
AUCTION - SALE - OF - PAINTINGS
By J). HOWA1U) HITCHCOCK,
Monday, Dec;. 'Islj nl, lO a. m.
ryf. At Iho Art It.muiH of tho
PAO I". I'M O MAI l.D W A. I i 1-0 GO.
i i i I -wa
id Children's Gape:
212 King Stroot.