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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 5, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Godfrey Brown roturncd ou lo
Mrs. H. Fooko was among tho
Australia's roturning passengers.
Captain E. O. "White and fami
ly returned ou the Australia tuiB
Tho postponed Now Ycar'B
dance at tho Myrtle Bout Club
comes off this ovening.
G. J. "Waller of tho Metropoli
tan Meat Company was ouo of
tho Australia's passengers.
Tho "Women's Board of Missions
is in session in tlio Central Union
church parlor this afternoon.
Messrs. W. 0. and 0. A. Pea
cock both came down from Snu
Francisco on today's steamor.
Pr. Emily B. Ryder will opcu
py tho phittni in of tho Christian
church next Sunday evening.
Mrs. Hart and her little ineco
f loft on tho Mikalmla Inst evouiug -
to visit her daughter on Kauai.
Presidont Cleveland has form
ally recognized Georgo L. Allon
ns Hawaiian Consul at St. Louis.
jy. J. Derby, D.D.8., Dentin
offioo Cottugu No. 100, AIukoh
Btroot, telephone o. G15. ')Qice
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
W. G. Irwin & Co. Ltd. issuo
through tickets to all parts of the
United States for the Australia
sailing on the 14th inst.
Georgo B. Groig, generally
known as King of Fanning's Isl
and, arrived on tho Australia on
his way to his island home.
Tho report that Captain John
Good was going to Cubi is in
correct. Ho is in L03 Angoles
with his mother nnd daughter.
Tho Hawaiian band will give a
concert at tho Hawaiian hotel this
ovening, tho program for which
will be found iu auother column.
Rov James M. Alexander, broth
er of tho piofehsor, is exppotod to
arrive on the alouowai (torn the
Colonies on his way to Oaklaud,
Pacifio Lodge No. 822 of tho
Scottish Ritu of Free Manoniy
will instnl its newly elected officers
this cvoning at the Masonic Tom
plo. Go to Nolte's now for oysters
served in any stylo from tho
usual supply fat fresh and fro
zen received ou ice by the Aus
tralia. Owing to the paucity of mem
bers present nt tho monthly meet
iug of tho Y. M. C. A. lust oven
ing, it wns decided to adjourn to
Tho Misses Grace aud Florenco
Sharpo left on the Mikahalu last
evening to resume their dutios of
teaching tho young idea how to
shoot in Kokaha.
J. T. Wntorhouio has rocoivpd
goods that wore expected for tho
holiday trade. Thoy will bo
cleared out at bottom figuroa nil
tho samo. Seo the category olso
whoro. e Mr. Stiles of tho "U. S. S. Alert
is ono of the recent acquisitions
to tho Christian church momber
eliip, having been admitted on
certificate from a church iu tho
On today's Kinau the Paoifio
Hardware Co. have rocoived a
fresh supply of Prof. Henshaw's
Platinotypo and Sepia prints.
Soud somoof them to your fiiends
for a New Year's reminder.
Tho oyster nt this time of year
is succnlont and juicy. Tho Mer
chants Exchango leocivcd a fresh
inyoico by tho Australia for cock
tails; also a consignment of tho
justly celebrated Enterprise boor.
Tho illness of tho editor, Rev.
A. Mackintosh, for soino weeks
lost mouth did not prevent tho
. appearance of tho January num
ber of the Anglican Church Ohro
niolo on time, neithor has it caus
ed any deficiency in nuy of the
departments of tho paper.
At a meeting of tho members of
tho Mounted Patrol hold last even
ing, a committoo consisting of
Cnptain Dillingham, Dr. Nichols,
"W.L. Stanley and E. A. Molt
Smith were appointed to draw up
n constitution and by laws and
formulato a - moro harmonious
policy for tho organization.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Setter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Yvur Grocer I'm II.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Aycnts.
Mrs. Wray Taylor and child re
turned homo today.
Proclamation of anutional holi
day on tho ltith is mndo today.
Joe Sylvano was arrested this
morning for assaulting a kanaka.
Fivo, dollars will bo paid at this
ollico for a photograph of John T.
H. May & Co. havo a choico lot
of groceries nnd ico house goods
by tho Australia. I
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit & '
Investment Co. offnr now Ewa
stock iu blocks to suit.
Manuel Jesus, a Portuguese I
truant, was nivnn a month m tho !
j Reform school iu tho polico court
! this morning. i
Minister Cooppr has received
but a porsonnl letter from Minis
tor Hatch this mail, containing
nothing of importance regarding
Hawaiian affairs. I
The dinner to bo uivenbv Com
pany B. in honor of tho return of
Captain E. 0. "White has beon pet
for Saturday ovening at tho Ha- '
An old notivo foil on Nuuanu
street this morning in n fit of
dizziness Ho was picked up by
the polico and nont homo in tho
Tai Tong was finod S100 by
Judge do la Verano this morning
for opium in possession. Threo
other Chinese arrested at tho enmo
time woro let off.
Tho team of a hundred men from
tho First Regiment of California
which is to corapeto ngaitiBt Ha
waii has been chosen and is prac
Arthur Keyes of Los Angoles
was ono of tho nrrivals by tho
Australia today. Ho comoa to
tnko n position with Messrs.
Riploy fc Dickey.
Willie Wilder, Frank Vida and
Wilder Wight are all homo again
and have been kept busy during
the day tolling about their experi
ences iu a largo city.
H. F. Glnde, a member of the
firm of II. llackfpld ,fc Co. and
formerly head of tho Honolulu
establishment, was one of tho ar
rivals by thin morning's steamer.
Frank Vida and Willie Wilder
wero outortnined bv the Imporial
Club of San Francisco at tho
homo of its presidont, Willinra
Long, on Sunday evening, Docoin
Out of tho six Japanese gam
blers arrested by Officer Toma
yesterday three wore fined $10
each aud costs by Judge do la
Voigno this morning nnd tho rest
Krftogor Pianos, swootest in tono,
Jns.W. I3orgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. WnroroomB at
G. West's, Masonia Templo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing nnd repairing. fiSST Tolo
Keoki pleaded guilty of assault
ing a Chinaman in tho polico
court this morning, nnd Judge do
la Vergno will sontonco him in
the morning. Tho trial of Ah
King, opium in possession, is
going on this afternoon.
A Chinaman driving a w agon
down Victoria street without a
brake yesterday munaged to got
his vohiclo upsot nt Kinnu streot
and hiinsolf falling underneath
tho body. Ho was oxtricated and
the wagon righted without serious
damage to anything or anybody.
If tho stoamor Monowai comes
in tomorrow afternoon,as expected,
a portormanro ot "A Trip to
Chinatown" will bo given at tho
Opera Houso iu tho evening. This
piny is roplote with Biuginc, danc
ing and fun of all kinds nnd will
corao nearor to pleasing tho nver
ngo Honolulu nudienco than any
thing yet produced horo.
Mr. Ashley has rocoived n com
plimentary bid to tho wedding of
Frederick William Job, Hawaiian
Consul in Chioago, to Helen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Edward Crafts. Tho groom is a
handsomo nnd agreeable young
man, a membor of a leadiug law
firm, whoso acquaintance Mr.
Ashley made wlulo on his recent
W. Georgo Ashley, Registrar
of Finance, rocoived a lottor by
tho Australia informing him that
tho priutod mattor ho ordored for
tho Government from the Ameri
can Banknoto Company would
not catoh that steamer. Thoro
are four kinds of national bonds,
a special postage stamp for tho
foroign ollico and an adhosivo
stamp for paying fees on custom
houso blnnks. The last namod
wiU bo a groat convonienco to
Highest of all In Leavening Strength. Litest U. S. Gov't Report.
Curcs tho dicing cough, lcliovcs
tno soreness nnd pvorcomes tho
wi-uuiius-i iiuu msaiuiuu,
For warding off pneumonia
bronchitis, consumption nnd
other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in overy land testify
that cod-liver oil is tho most
Food-Emulsion is ns palatablo
ns milk. It contains also tho
valuable hypophosphitcs of Limo
King and Foit.
Auction Sales by II'. S. Luce.
0 & $
order ( Mia. W. H. Smith, I
stiivil boll 4 my Auction
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, '97,
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON,
1st. Vnlnnblo nicco of lund on
Mauka aido of Boietania streot
close to residence of T. R. Luons,
Esq., having n frontago on Bero
tniiin sheet of 100 foot and run
ning through to Kinau Hticet 2'JO
foet with a frontage of 100 foot on
Kinau stroit. There are threo
Houses on the property bringing
in a ycurly rental of G90-nml
room for more dwolliiigs,
2 Valuable Homestead on Ala
pni street, cornor Quarry nnd
Luuulilo shoots, one block from
residence of J. F. Hackfeld, Esq ,
at piOsonl oceupiod by F. E.
Nichols, lCsq. Tho House is now
with most modorn improvements
and appliances. Elognntly finish
ed. C.ithcdrul and plato gluss
throughout, something novol uud
3 Most valuablo propoity on
Fort stroot adjoining High Sohool
grounds with 2 finodwollinns on
stimo, always occupied and com
manding fine lontnls owing to tho
nenrnoss to tlio city and uiipqnnl
ed locality, boiug on high ground
and drained to tho sheet.
This is undoubtedly tho fiuost
offer made to tho public for somo
tinio past, giving anyono u chance
for n Town or Suburban rcsidonco,
or a speculator n suroty of hand
some roturns on his investments,
especially as tho localities are of
tho best and nono otlior available
in tho vicinities. Insurance is pro
paid on all buildings for 2 yours
to como aud Water rates to July
1st. Titles perfect.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at exponso of purchasor.
For further paiticulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
A Gold Pin on Nuuanu street, with
the name "Doru," and owner cau
Imvo same on piovlng property and
paying expenses. 409-U
J. T. WATERHQUSE
A groat deal of tho cargo
of tho J. 0. Glndo was for us
nnd tho vessel should havo been
hero beforo Christmas. Wo ex
pected tho goods for the holi
days and tliey failed to arrive.
What's tho result? A big lot
of goods which Bhould havo
been sold. Wo loso tho profit
rather than carry them over
WHITE SEMI -PORCE
LAIN WAKE, in now shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you nt a third
what you would pay if the sale
was rogular. Tho head winds
which kopt tho vessel from
reaching Honolulu weeks be
fore she did, wero ill winds to
us and favorable ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and GLAOS
WABB. Are yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho- bargain. This is not a
oleniunco snlo but ono to on-
nb!o us to mako room for tho
goods yet to arnvo
. T. WATERHQUSE
TUB Al STBAMSHrP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOB TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Thui'Mlny, Jm:. Mtli,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The nnrterHlcnod nro now proparcil to
issuo Through 1'ickctn (rum tliw Oily to all
Dulutu iu tho United HtatoH.
ESri'or further jmrticulnrs
rroiht or l'nssigo, njiply to
IRWIN k Co., In,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Wolte, Proprietor.
Antono Sculrary la nuthorizod to colloct
all accounts duo me,
4'JS-lw H. Q. WAUT.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOOD'S!
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
All Wool Dress Goods
Double width, in solid colors, stripes and checks for
35 Gents a Yard,
Marked down from GO and 75 cents.
FOR OlSTE IWRBK OlSTaLY.
Hints For Your New Year's Shopping-
Coutt Plaster Casoi,
Postago Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkcrs,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button Boxes,
Neck Tio Rings,
Neck Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups nud Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver some as Low as 50 Cents.
. FT- in- WICI-IMA.lSr.
TiJLst ISecei-Vfed- per u.strsilisi.
Atmorcs' Minco Mont in lus3 jars,
Old Homestead Minco Moat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Mont iu 1 lb. tins,
K. and R. Plum Pudding iii 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Pool,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Rnislns, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
lliiln Ofllce Tele phono No. fill. 1". O. Box No. 2 22 Branch Ollico Telephone No. S33.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., I'd.
dumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
Doors, Sashos, Paints, Oils, Bnihlors' Ilinhrnro, Wall I'npors and
Miitting, Etc. Mnnufnoturo All Kinds of Moulding.
Main Office. Lcleo, King btrcct. Branch Ofllce and Planing Mill, corner King and
Bethel streets, Lnmhor Yards, Lclco and Lot near It. It. Depot, l'rivalo truok connect
ing with 0. It. & h. Co. U. It. runs through onr yariU to It. It. wharf and any part ot
Ewa and Waiaimo stations. 4S3t(
CisoMateil Sola Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. G-EAR.
Telephone 250, : t : : No, 310 King St.
Pin Trays, 'hI
Snlvo Boxps, 5,
Powder lioxes, . ;
Jowol lioios, , f
Bhoo Horns nnd Hooks, a
Nnil and Cuticlo Knives,
Nnil Polislior, ,vi
Pnpor Knives, '3
Hair Brush, 'l
(UotliOB Bruali, '
Don not Brnnh, "l
Mirror, nnd Comb, -4j
Mnuicuro Sets, '
Uorry Wnxos, jc
Noodle Cases, '
Embroidery Scissors, -
Mnnietuo bcisBors, . -!Jj
Pou Knives, " a
lion 13on 13oxcs,
Gologno 13oltlcH, ' 'y
Paper Clips, T
Jlontliol lnhnlers: ' $
Huir Pin Casos, , '1
Curlers, " m
Tooth Brushes, . " . 1
Piu Cushioiis, j&
1 r.tal L'loso Casos. " -u
LYLE A. DICKEY,
-Attorney at JGsvvv
14 Kaahumanu Btreot,
Telophonu No. 082. -iOS-Ou
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Blook rear ot J. O. Caxtai' office, P. O
Box 330. '
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