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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 12. 1807.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlicro woh a special inuctiuy oE
tlio Cabinet this morning.
Tho Amorican Lonpuo linn n
meeting on hnnd for tonight.
Anuoxntion Club mooting nt tho
drill shod this evening nt 7:30.
D. Howard Hitclicoek'fcnves on
iho Kinau today for Hawaii, to bo
ono sovoral mouths.
Mr. Cuellio's Gloo'Club scored
big succojs at the Emma square
"baud coucort last night.
Eegular monthly drill and
mooting of tho Mounted Keservo
t tho ball grounds tomorrow
Kid gloves, tho backs of which
lave hand painted flowors on
thorn, nro considorod a stylish fad
Thero wns something new at tho
Tiunnco ollico this morning, but
iho roportors would not touch it.
J ' It wns paint.
Tho meeting of theregimont
sot for last uiglit wns postponed,
"thero being no business of ini-
portnnco on liaucl.
Owinc to tho doparturo of tho
v v.n lAustralia tomorrow, tho Hawai
, V1 'nan band will givo a concert nt tho
..i yjioiei iuih oveuiug.
.$ ' George Hockley leaves on tho
.O Australia tomorrow to bring down
'' iho 8teamor Helono for tho Wilder
S Steamship Company.
P. 0. Jones rend a pnpor on
"Cooporotiou"nt n ineotingot tho
Social Scionco Club hold at his
icsidonco Inst oveuing.
Up till noon today tho Govern
ment had no iuteution of sending
Jin escort with tho body of Minis
ter Willis to tho Stutes.
3u ono of Boston's busiest
ihotoughfnros thero is a sign
which reads: "Colo & Wood,
lealors in wood and conl."
Dr. McWnyno has been np
pointed District Mngistrato of
.North Kona, a long petition hav
ing boon sent in to that effect.
New oflicors of Excelsior Lodge,
J.. U. U. L, will bo installed Uiib
evouiug and all visiting members
of tho order aro cordially invited
io be presont.
W. T. Porter, tho scenic nrtist
of the Hawaiian epern house,
lenvos for tho Const tomorrow,
.having completed tho work'which
ho camo to execute.
Tho Hawaiian Gleo Club under
iho leadership of W. J. Cuolho,
which roako such n success Inst
might, will sing again at tho hotel
hand concert tonight.
On .nn averngo threo British
seanieu lose their lives ovory day
by drowning and threo hundred
.British steamers aud sailing ves
sels urn lost yenrly nt sou.
Handicraft for November has
"been issued from tho press of Ka
:mehnmuha school. Its itonm by
the boys yivo a good ileal of light
on the daily routiuo of tho estab
lishment. Commissioner Marsdon shipped
a enso of humisomo speciini'iiH of
.Jiipnntso liuttoi'llies to Professor
Koobelo today. They weiosent
liero by ono of tho professor's
-agents in Japuu.
A horso bolongiug to tho Union
.Feed Co. ran away today. When
opposite J. A. Hoppor's sho.p on
lower Fort street ho ran onto a
pile of pipes, aud injured himself
so badly that ho died on tho spot.
A gold watch ohnrm in tho
i.slmpo of a locket, containing two
pictures, nud with tho monogram
11. S. on ono side, was lost nt
"Emma square last night. Tho
owner will reward tho iindor if
.returned to this office.
Tho Vacuum oils aro sold in
tho Hawaiian 1-slnndnby tho Paci
fic Hardware Co.,Ltd.,of Honolulu,
nnd aro delivered to the puiclms
or in original packages as shipped
from our works. Vacuum Oil
Co., Edward Prizor, Secretary.
Dr. Pottio's remedios for ills of
livo stock nud domestic animals
have won their way into general
iavor sinco th'ir introduction by
C. W. Mnctnrlnna. Tho "Lily'
hair oil sold by tho samo agent is
liighly rocommondod to all wlio
.are forced ngninst their will to
part their hnir in tho middle
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Stfakea Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Auk Yuur Grocer For It.
-UNION FEED GO., Sole Agents.
Lawyer J. M. Vivas lmt gone
Among dopartinc passengers
by tho Kinau wore" Mrs. T. May
and Miss Hart.
Tho Australia leaves nt -1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Mnil
closes one hour soonor.
Tho tolophono nutnbor of tho
Bulletin oditorinl rooms has
been changed from 393 to 35.
F. M. Swanzy nnd T. It. Koy
worth of TIipo. H. DavieB fe Co.
left on tho Kinau this morning.
Mnnngor A. Ilnnoborg ot tho
Olownlu Sugnr Company roturn
od home on this morning's
T. F. Lansing and Dr. Gross
man left on tho Kinau this morn
ing to look after thoir coffee inter
ests at Olaa.
Owing to tho quantity of freight
offoring, tho Kinau was nearly an
hour and n hnlf Into in getting off
Commissioner Marsdon is ono
of tho few men who rido a wheol
uroporly. Ho will novor acquire
tho bicycle hump.
This is tho wook of moonlight
concerts, aud rosidonts of tho vici
nity of Thomas square aro anxious
ly awaiting their turn.
Tho Hollistor Drug Company
aro selling a positive specific for
tho epidemic of couuhs among
horses. Prico 50c. a box.
Cecil Brown told a roportor at
1 o'clock .that it would bo impos
sible for him to attend tho An
nexation Club mooting tonight.
Two Chitieso gamblers wero
fined $10 each this morning in tho
polico court nnd ono opium fiond
was sent across tho reef foe thirty
Tnko "do kid" to Tho Kash and
seo what a Quo little man they
will make out of him. An illus
tration olsowhero of whnt ho
won't look liko.
A number of opium enses havo
boon sot for trinl in tho District
Court this afternoon, this being
one of tho days when civil busi
ness is not taken up.
Tho arrests mado by tho police
this morning woro four Chiuoso
for opium smoking, two drunks,
ono untivo for nssnult nnd battery
and ono boy for trunnoy .
Minister King nnd Superinten
dent Itowoll will return in tho
Mauna Loaon Friday, after which
the firo station contract is oxpect
od to bo quickly awarded.
Tho outsido rolls of tho An
nexation Club aro being turned
in to hondqunrtors. Tho polico
department mil win Bout in this
morning with a long list of
A meeting of tho Council of
Stato is shortly to bo called to
consider certain petitions for tho
pardon of prisoners. Paroled po
litical oiFendois aro not in tho
deal this time.
A nntivo foil from n Nuunnu
street bnlcony shortly after 2
o'clock this aftornoon, striking on
his head and sovnroly cutting it.
Ho was taken home by his friends
nftor being bandaged up.
Miss Nolto has resumed her
Ceramic Classes at ltoom 0, abovo
Win. G. Irwin & Co, Classes on
M,ouday 9 to 12 a. in. aud 1 to -1
. m., Wednesday 1 to 1 p. in ,and
Fridny 0 to 12 n. m. nud 1 to 4 p.
in. Privnto lessons oxrn.
Thoro is not a particle of truth
in tho report that laborors of tho
roads and bridges section of pub
lic works havo been required to
sign tho Annexation Club roll on
pain of dismissal. Thoy wore
simply givon tho opportunity of
signing, and out of 150 perhaps
thirty signed. Ho littlo wiib said
to them that many did not under
stand tho opportunity offered.
A Iliiynl Vlnlt In Ircliiiiil.
Tho London Daily News says:
It is stated in welhnformed cir
cles in Dublin that a ltoynl visit
to Ireland is in serious cqutotn
plation for next year. The visit
of tho Quoeu would, of course, bo
in connection with tho celebra
tions in honor of tho longest
roign. A visit to Ireland is un
doubtedly duo to tho country by
tho Sovereign. So far baok as
1850 Lord John llussell, spook
ing as Primo Minister iu tho
House of Commons, stated that it
was tho intention of the Queon to
spend n portion of each year in
Ireland. It has, howovor, so
happened that her Majesty has
only passed twelvo entire days in
Highest of nil In Leavening Strength. Latest V. S, Gov't Report.
I wS Powder
Cures tho racking cough, roliovcs'
tho soreness and overcomes tho
weakness nnd lassitude.
For warding off pneumonia,
bronchitis, consumption nnd
other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in ovory land testify
that cod-liver oil is the most
Food-Kmulsion is ns palatable
as milk. It contains also tho
vnluablo hypophosphites of Limo
King nnd Fort.
Auction Sates by W. S. Luce.
By ordor of Mis. W. II. Smith, i
shull soil nt my Auction
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, '97,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1st. Vnluablo niece of lund on
Miuiku sido of Borotanin streot
close to residence of T. It. Lucas,
Eq., having n frontage on Bero
tanin stioot of 10d feet and run
ning through to Kinmi street 290
foot with n fronl.ige of 100 feet on
Kinau street. Thero aro thieo
Houses on the property bringing
iu u yearly rental of SG'JO and
room for more dwellings.
2 Viilu iblo Homestead on Ala
pai stieot, oornor Qmrry and
Luualilo sheets, ono b'ook from
residence of J F. Ilackfold, Esq ,
nt pro-oiu occupied by P. E.
Nichols, Ktq. Tho House is new
with must miduru improvements
nnd appliances. Elegantly finish
ed. O.ithedral and pinto glass
throughout, something novel aud
3 Must vnluablo propoity nn
Fori street ntlj lining High School
grounds with 2 fine d rollings on
same, iilwuys ocoupied and com
manding fine ion tn Is owing to tho
neainoss to the city and uneqna1
od locality, being on high ground
and drain (! to tho struot.
Tins is nnd. notedly tho finest
offer mado lo tho publio for sumo
t'nio past, giving anyone olianco
for a Town nrhuinii ban residence,
or a speculator a surety of hand
some leturns on It in investments,
especially as tho localities are of
tho best and uouo other available
iu tho v.cinitios. Insurance is pre
paid on all buddings f ir 2J years
to oomo and ater ratos to July
lit. Titles purled.
Tonus Cash in U S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at expenso of piuchasor.
For further particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
408 td Auctioneor.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Presery'iig Paint Compaiiy.
A NKW 111,1, MANE'
An Enilorn Niiortl'lmt Will Noun lie
Introduced on llm t'oant.
A now outdoor gnmo which has
nttainod great popularity in tho
East is to bo introduced in San
Francisco shortly, and will bo
played for tho first time at tho
Volodromo grounds, says Tho Call.
It is callod pushball, aud is not
unliko football in sotno respects,
except that the ball itself instead
of being tho sizo of tho usual pic-
skin is round and ovor six feet in
diameter. Tho play is nlwnyB
fnst and sometimes vory exciting,
especially when n couple of play
ers nro thrown under tho ball.
The ball when inflated woighs 120
pouuds, yet it can bo moved with
a vory slight pro9suro, in fact n
good wind will send it rolling
across a field at a livoly rate.
Tho gamo is playod by two
teams of oight men each, tho main
purpobo of the gamo being, as in
football, to advanco the ball into
tho opponents' territory and final
ly across tho goal lino, this being
donoby tho concentrated Bhould-er-pushing
ot tho players. Tho
game is played on a regulation
football field, but only forty ynrds
of the "gridiron's" length is usod.
Tho ball is plnced on tho center
lino nnd tho plnyore group them
selves on either sine cf it. Tho
center plays directly bohind tho
ball, with a guard nnd tncklo on
either sido of him. Two forwards
play "offsido" to brush tho oppos
ing players away from tho ball,
aud tho enptnin or fullback stands
nt tho samo distanco bohind his
men, directing tho play by
a codo of signals. Tho
pushing is done with tho
shoulders entirely, and owing to
tho rapidity of tho gamo tho
periods of play aro usually not
nirro than two minutes in longth.
When time is callod" the sido hav
ing advanced tho ball into tho
other's territory scores ono or
Ono point is scored if n fivo
ynrd ndvnuco hns boon mndo, two
points if n ton-yard ndvauco, nnd
so on, until fiunlly, if a twenty
yard advnnco has beou made, thus
carrying tho ball ncross tho gonl
line, it counts five points.
Tho Bolinnco, Acmo, Olympic,
Peorloss, Columbia, Manhattan
nud Sau Fruucisco athletic clubs
will mako up teams to try tho
gamo as soon as tho ball, which is
now on tho way from tho Eaut,
nrrives here, and some exhibit'ou
games will bo played to show tho
public what it is liko.
When wo fee the pe rfcctlon
ot our olotlii'H for the
jniiiiKHtrrx, we almost
wish ournolves lioys
UL'uIn to unjiiy the
Poeinti Iu cloth;
Giants In Hlreiigtli.
9 Hotel Street : ; VaYCnCy BlOtiC
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant aud KicliariU Htrcetj.
( Saws, etc., etc. iUl-tt
f"i I" 'T0N
Ladies Muslin Underwear
BSTOUR OWN MAKEJ
Best -Value - Ever - Offered
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
Ladies Nip;ht Gowns nt 50ots.
Ladies Night Gowns with Embroidery Yoke, Sleeves
Trimmed for $1.00.
Ladies Skirts with Rtiflle, 50cts.
Ladies Skirts Embroidery llullle at .$1.00.
Ladies Chemises, 3 for $1.00.
Ladies Drawers, Embroidery Trimmed, good cotton and
well mado for 50cts.
Corset Covers from GOcts. upward.
J8SF" Our Undenvenr is made specially for us, and we
guaranteo good cotton and good workmanship.
EVERY - MN - HIS - DWN - HORSE - DOCTOR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
foil THK CCKE OF MSKASKS OF
Horses, CaUlc, Shcsp, Dogs, Swine, and Poultry.
Xjinrsr ss:,.3:3Ea. OIL
Tho Mnrvclotis Hnir Iteuiody wliloh provonts
JfiOU SALE BY
Solo Agont, Honolulu.
RT Neat pamphlet frco en npplirnlinn. V. 0. Hoi 292, Tolopliouo III),
IIonolclc, April 21, 1S98.
Mr. O. W, MacfjUilank: It nflorili ma plonsuro to rrconiiiiend, to imy ono whoso linlr
1b falling out, theupooIDK. rilTTtK'.S IIAIKOIL. My hnir w.w coming ont nt mich
n rnto its lodmo tolx-liovo thut I w.ml.l kdoiiIk-Ojiiio lialil. After uiiiii tho oil for five wooka
thiB rci.HCil eutiroly; none wlintevir in imw fiiliinr; nut. I otisl.l. r it Iho Wt nnd only
worthy rcuieJy for thli tronb'o nud nlcn reonuuenil it ua btimiilnut to new growth.
605 tf Yonrstruly, J.H.DAN'IKL.
Main Offlco Tclcphono No. 53. P. O. ltox No. 222 llranch Office Telcphoco No. 8.1?,
Qahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
inroitTERS ANi) x)CAii:ns in
DoorB, Sashos, Puints, Oils, Duildors' Ilirdwuro, "Wall Papers nnd
Mntting, Etc. Mnnufiicturo All Kinds oC Moulding.
Mnin Offico. Lelpo, King streot. Brunch Ollieo nnd Tinning Mill, corniT Klnt; Hid
Itothot iitrcctH. Lumber YiuiIh, Lvk-o nml l)t ut'iir 11, It. Depot l'nvuto truck lounrcU
inR with O. It. A: 1j. Co. K. It. rmm through onr jurdft to It. 11. wharf ami any part of
Kwu iinil Wniiiimo Btutiuim. IS:t tf
"Where Can T
' njnaartrJr Wuy
Hotel St., Robinson Blk.
Any Style Manufaotvu'ed.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A-ti;orney at Lsiw
14 Kiuihdnmmi Htrcut.
Tolcphono No. CS2. 403-ha
TEACH Kll OF TUB
403 220 Bcretunla 8trut. lin
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orient 203 Merchant Rtreot, Cnmiiuclt
Block renr of J. O. Cuitoi' oUlco, V. O.
Inrites to Sil(d from tin'
French Silks nnd Si tin?,
J'imimo S Ik Hnndlu'roliioN,
S Ik 11 l.hmiH. Voh.ts,
Dp BS Go (1h of oveiy dc.-ci i ptioil,
FImiiiio'u in nil ohIuih,
Skirting, St-rgos, Lhrnc. C"t
t ins, Linonts
Uliinliolri, QniltH, Sliorting,
Cnrtuins, TuWfl.s, etc.,
Clothing. Slinoa, Fancy nnd
SwuntiTs, Socks, Collins, C-ill's,
Umlnullns, lLindkoichii fs, ttc.
At Ridioxilous Low Prices
H. W. Schmidt df Sons,
Von Unit IIIolK, Klnu Strict.
Gold mid Silvonvmo,
Ciookury nnd lv ijwiio,
"Wliilo Gf.iss Cloth, M.itti..j,'H,
AVioktT nnd btuniiioi Chuirs,
Cigars, Etc., lite,
211 Nnimim Btivot, Honolulu,
Antnno Bcnhury U nnlhnri.eil toculloct
till lUTounlK due mo. u
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