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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 13, 181-7
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A. "Wilder litis gono to
Mrs. Qcorco H. Pnris lcnvos for
tho Const today on a visit to rela
tives. Bishop Willis bus gone to
Mciui on ono of his pastornl
Tho' number of Custom House
guards hns been coiiBidambly in
creased of late.
Tho Hoard of Hpaltli will bo in
session this afternoon for tho liret
time in two weeks. I
u..:r, ;a ,-a i,nn
been put in flrst-olass shape for
J. UblUU lunula vwwun "'u
tho Jiuliea this atteruoon.
Professor Alexander and his
brotlior, Iter. J. M. Alexander,
havo gono to Kauai for a fow
Tho Australia leaves at i. Bo
sure you sond a copy of tho Bul
letin by her to your friends
Much interesting local matter
count of the space required for an-,
uocs over until tomorrow on uc
John Kai pleaded guilty in tho
District Court this morning of
battering his wife Iluttie. Ben
In giviug tho uows of hor full
pardon, tho Australian star, oyu
.,., r...i'..a n Inrnn KnvtlMilf nt OV
Queen Liliuokalani. i haiA. 8 negntiycH of the
. Into Miuistor Willis lying in state
Owing to tho remains of tho latonuj t,0 pftly vnuit ;n Nuuauu
Minister Willis boiug on board ' cemetery decorated for tho tom-
tuo Austrauo, tneru win uo no
band coucert at tho wharf.
Mrs. A. S. Willis, with her son
Albert and Mins Dulanny, leave
by the Australia today on route to
their homo iu Louisville, Ky.
Tho trial of Ah Sing for having
chofa tickets in possession occu
pied the morning sossion of tho
District Court and is not yet
Tho little PortuL'ueeo child
who whb burned in tho fire at
Ewa yesterday died Inter in the
afternoon. It wus fourteen
Tho work of extending Vine
yard stteet from Nuuauu to Em
ma has been commenced at tho
Emma street end, adjoining tho
High school premises.
Two deserters from the bnikcn
tino Klickitat, who havo been de-
tained in tlio polico station, were
pui auoaru mm vrstri uy iinrry
EvanB befoie sho suited.
Now thut tho Annexation club
meeting is over, people will have
time to think about tho rlcrtliwii
danco which comes off nl the boat-
house on Friday evening.
James It. Biloy of Pauuhau
))lautation was married to Misa
Mary B. Scolt ye.'ti'idny afternoon
at St. Andrew's calhedml, Ituv.
Alex. Muukintosh ulliciiitiug.
W. F. Schmidt, one of the moat
popular young businet-s moii iu
tho city, IttuvPH on tlio Australia
today. Besides San Fiancisco,
ho will visit Sacramento, Stock
ton and other cities iu the Golden
There scorns to bo considerable
rivalry between the Military and
Sharpshooters as to which can
niHnufucture the biggest scores
on paper, and to far tho soldiers
havo the best of it. Bettor shoot
for a dinner, gentlemen, and settle
Tho steamship Mariposa ond
Pciu an iMillului- from Sun Fran
cisco totnoriow. iiaving h-ft ou
tho 7th uiftt. Ei;lil iliijt-' mail
aud ptipir ate ilui-, and it is u
snfit het that the nteatner which
hns not got the mail ou board will
reach this port firt.
A veiy pleasing lantern exhibi
tion and musical entertainment
was given at St. Andrew's school
room last evening to the choir
boys nnd pupils of tho Priory,
after which refreshments were
served. Tho entortoinnifnt was
gotten up by Wrny Taj lor.
G. II. Umbspii, (he wellknown
real estate man of San Francisco,
returns by today':, steamer iifti-r a
delightful vacation spent in this
city. He says ho will put in
some good words for Honolulu
people and the wny they have
treatod him when he gets home.
DRIFTED SXOW FLOUR
Makes Rettrr Rreinl and Pastry than
Avy l)tlirr v'm'ini lirrnul.
Aft- ' 'iiirf i r it.
UN10X Fl.Fb CO., Sn'c Agents.
Band concert at Thomas Bquaro
this eveniuj; at 7:30. i
Fish must bo sold alivo in Japan.
The peddlers convey them through
tho streets in tanks.
Don't omit to outer n memo, of
tho great ronl estato sale by W. 8.
Luce noxt Monday.
A native woman and her boh
woro arrested this morning for
violating the school laws.
Dr. A. G. Wall tho dentist has
moved his office from Hotol street
to tho new Love building on
On Friday evening tho Ilealani
xacm and tsont uiuu win uoia
tho first of a monthly serios of
Tho Hollister Drug Company
aro selling a positive specific for
the epidemic of coughs among
horses. Prico COc. a box.
! It is reported that a general
meeting of Portuguese will bo
held soon to considor public ques
tions alfecting their colony.
About tho only occupant of tho
police station this morning was a
roiect,ctl Chiuoso immigrant sent
over from tho quarantino station
Kobort Louis Stevenson's gravo
in tho Apia mountains is said by
a writer in tho Skotch to bo pain
fully ueylected. Its almost inac
cessible sito may havo something
to do with that.
J. J. Williams, photographer,
p0rnry deposit of tho body.
Tho board of prison inspectors i
hoB roported adversely on ono no
tition for paidon, and the petitions
of sovoral othor prisoners will bo
reported on this afternoon. If
tliu report bo favorablo in any of
tho caves, tho Council of Stato
will likely bo convened this weok.
The unfortuuato woman Maria
Gallospo, sent up from Ewa on
account of insanity, had a violent
i spoil this moining in tho police
station. Uiving to Home red tape
connected with the commitment
she cannot be received at the Asy
lum. Ntnini) Hun Out.
No two or fivo cent stomps
could bo got at tho Post Office to
day for the outgoing foreign mail.
Postmaster Gnnnrrtl .T. Mnrt Out
. w. . .,. . w . -
ordered a supply of these denom-
1 inatious ns long ago as October (J
I lasj, from tho Ameiicau Bonk Note
Co., which hasthecontract. Ho was
gieatly disappointed at their non
nrrival by the Australia this latest
trip. Thore 1ms been ample time
Thero is n heavy draught on
ono-centers to build up higher
rates. Dunominations nbovo fives
are in ample supjily. A waggisli
gentleman on tho outside said:
';It's good for Cuuha; makes peo
ple thirsty licking ono cont
Mr. Oat sent n complaint to the
contractors today, but he is almost
sure of recoiving the belated
stamps by the Zuulundia tomor
row. Trli'ifrnm Tint t'liauuc I'loili.
Washington, Decombor 23.
Ex-Queen Liliuokalani of tho Ha
waiian Islands loft New Orleans
this morning and is expected to
reach Washington tomorrow at 10
o'clock on the Atlanta Exposition
flvor over tho Southern Railway.
She v ill make- no Mop here, it ii
said, except the few minutes ie
quired to change hor car to the
Pennsylvania road, as she desires
to reach Boston in timo to spend
Christmas with tho relatives of
hor husband, tlio late Mr. Domi
nis. While en mute from San
Francisco tho ex -Queen received
a telegiam from Princess Kuiula
ni, now iu London, stating that
she was ill and could not couin to
Host'jn. 'J'his may take Liliuoka
lani to Loudon.
VnlVlltlnll Unity i'ler '.
iconse to perform the mar-
riago coremony uas been issued
by tho Interior Office to "Rev.
Lauritz M. Simon ou." Tho
licensee is better known as Ad
jntaut Simonson of the Salvation
Army. As tho army officers do
not undertake to admiuisterOhris
tinn ordinances, hs a rule, the
Iiiloiior (ifiii'ials coiir-ulted the
i ''books" carerully before -'ranting
I thit, estenued ntlicer the piivipte
of pprforming the aiithmetioal
I ritu--titiuufui tuing two into one.
(.Ve'iratcd for 11b (real lravrnlnir "trcnelli
nml licillhrulncfs. Atsiin the food iinlut
Mum mill all forms of adulteration common
to tlio t'litap brand. IIovai. ll.uci.vi l'ow
ni.li Co., Nbw Yoiik.
Cures tho racking cough, roliovcs
tho soreness nnd overcomes the
weakness nnd lassitude.
For warding off pnoumonia,
bronchitis, consumption and
other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in every land testify
that cod-liver oil is the most
Food-Emulsion is as palatable
as milk. It contains also tho
valuable hypophosphitcs of Lime
King ami Fort.
Auction Sales by llr. S. Luce.
or lor "f Mis, W ii. S.iiilh,
siiiill sell it my A net tun
On MONDAY, .Tun. 18, '97,
AT 12 O0I.O01C SOON,
lit. Vnlniihlo i.lico nf land ou
iW.iuku side of Uetetani.i street
cli.so to ic-'dfito- of T. Ii. Lucas.
E?q, having frontage on Bi're-la-iu
stioet of 10 i feet and run
in g throi g!i to Kinnii street 2!)0
feet witlt a front gf of 100 feet on
Kinnii htrei-t There are thieo
Housch on the propoity bringing
in n yearly rental of $U90-uucl
room for uioie dwollings.
2 Vnlunblo lloiiiosteud on Ala
pai sticet, coiner Quarry and
Luunlilo sticets, otic b'ock from
residence of J F. llttckfold, Esq ,
nt pieM'iit occii)iod by F. t)
Ntcli' Im, I st The Hon is nt
wttu in st m ilofti iropr 'vi'ttifnth
L n i J
.mil imp I'ltivi.c. J'ilej; nii n ii.-n-id.
U tlicilrn 1 and plate gltss
throughout, s.'iniMhtng ii vol hi d
3 Most vnlitiiblo propei ty mi
Kort Hireet ndjoning High School
gr unds with 2 fine dwuiliugs on
Mim', 'lunys occupied ami coin
innndiiig tine rentals o hut to the
nt-uniess to tho city nnd umtina
cd locality, boiug on hih ground
and draiiit'd to the street.
Tuis is mul-ubtoilly tho finest
I'tlbr iiuhIo to tho piiblio for somo
timo pitht, giving iniyoiio a chuncu
for a Town orSubutbiin residence,
or a siK'oulntor a suioty of hand
some returns ou Ids iinestmontH,
rbpeoml y iik tho localities aie of
tho best and nonu of or nvailablo
in tho vicinities. Ins ranco is pre
paid on all buildings f r 2J years
to eomo and Wat r rates to July
1-t. Titles p. Heot.
Terms Cash in U S Gold Coin.
Denis t exjicn-n f iurchiisir.
Foi f'irlher - nic dars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
4US til Auctioneer.
IS Goods For
j Every Day
In the YEAR
& Aro the kind of goods wo
ri handlo. Whilst tho holidays
g havo made great gapa iu some
j lines, most of our lines will
to) still bo found very com
pj ploto, notably that of Watches.
SI It takc3 a good many sales to
3 make an impression in our
g stock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
Watches for $300
For thoso with a longer
purse and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
1 Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customors,
Rj no matter how littlo or how
pi much you havo to spoud for tho
j purpose. Wo havo tho goods,
a and our many yeors of oxperi
3 onco will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
iS bo best for you.
When we fee the perfection
of our clothes for the
jmiiiKnlcr-, wo utmost
wish uurnolves boys
uealu to eujoy the
roc in a In clnlli;
Gliuita In strength.
9 Co'el Street
1 ile-lr to Inform tbe Iu lie ' Ho
(till u ihhI tip i nlillo i.meriiry Jhut
I lintv vtirrv, in lulilitlon In my Kllie
Lino oi Mlllinoiy Oools
Tho Celebrated Standard
in !4pverl -Hl-- with bII iIih liitfft
invented ut u'huiHiitr-iUo nil UIii.Ih
of muulifiiM ii.eillin fall uotl exiiiniiio
Wllltt Im illllfl'l- rnl till iH'nl dt-wing
Mui'hlne In lliu world.
MRS. M 1-lAJSJJSr A,
6iH)-lw No. 505 Kort Slrtfl.
Office To Let,
A 1207 Mrrolnint ritrect.
Peerless Preserving Pfiiit Company.
iflh IN IT ON.
Jtullet'm, 7o rents
Ladies Muslin Underwear
gOUR OWN MAKEIfl
Best -Value - Ever - Offered
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : Jrionolnlu:
Ladies Night Gowns nt SOcts.
Ladies Night Gowns with Embroidery Yoke, Sleeves
Trimmed tor $1.00.
Ladies Skirts with llutllc, fiOcts.
Ladies Skirts Embroidery Uufllo at 31.00.
Ladies Chemises, 3 for $1.00.
Ladies Drawers, Embroidery Tritium I, j;oo I cotton tnd
well made for SOcts.
Corset Covers from GOcts. upward.
t'5T" Our Underwear is made specially fr us, and we
guuranteo good cotton and gcod workmanship.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
roi; TiiK com:
Ems36, Cattle, Shesp, Totj, Evflnc, and PmUry.
Tlio llntvcl ins Dnir llcaiedy which p-ovents
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
ET Ncvt iLunjiUli't free on npiillculiun. V. O. llox 292, TaVp'jono '23.
Honolulu, April 21, 1SDG.
Mr. 0. W. Maitarunri It nflbnU me ploAHiire tj rcaiinuienil) to any oiiu wliono linir
in fiilliiic ont, tlio mo of IMS. I'OTTIK'.S HAIltOIl,. Mj Inlr was coiuIiik out nt such
n rnto ns led mo to I liovu that I would Hiion b '0 mio l ild. After UBing tho oil for five waeln
thl censed entirely; uono wlmtcver in now fillliiR int. I crux rUr It tbehst nml only
worthy rcmody for this trouh'o nud nn reCJiuinend it us u Htiiuulant to now urowth.
f,05tf Yours truly, J.B.DANMKLS.
Mtiin Oflico Telephone Ko. 53. V. O. llox No. 222 llraneh Offlco Tolephouo No. S3S.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
IMrORTEIlS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, f?f.slios, Pnints, Gils, Buililora' Ilmlwnru, "WnU l'npors and
Matting, litu. Muiiufncturo AH Kinds of JL.ukling.
Jliiin Offlco. Irflco, Kiii(j Htrect. Rrnnch Ollloo mil l'lnniiig Mill, corner Ktti); nnl
llethtl BtrcoU, Lnmlier Vunlii, Lvlco nnd Lot near R. 11. Deoot I'nvntu tniclt coniiHct
itig with O. It. t L. Co. R. R. r,uu through our jurits to R It. whnrf and nuv pirt of
Kwa nud Wnliuino Htatlnns. -t.'l-tf
"Where Can I
Get 1 ) le -.o-aeesEs-
Hotel St., Ri.liiiisuti B1U.
Any Style Manufactured.
- LYLE A. DICKEY,
Attorney nt Lnw
U Kaahu iiuiuu Street.
Telephouo No. W2.
CHARLOTTE H. F&RSELEE,
TKAUlIfc.il (IK TUK
221) U.moIhiiIh Ktitot.
HOMY PUBLIC aaa TYPEYTR1TEB j
Illotlt(inir of J. O. Uirlel' .dire, V. U
D2TN - HDRSE
STOCK -:- BEMEOI7S
or msba-ifa or
p. W. pepdi fan
Select from the
French Silks nnd S.itins,
Jitpiinoo S Ik Hniulkurcliiefd,
SHk IMibons. Volvtts,
Uross Gonda of every description,
FI:iniiolu in nil colors,
Skirting, StrgoH, Lining, C't
Blankots, Quilts, Shorting,
Curtains, T'twrlfl, olc. ,
Clothing Shoos, Fancy and
Win to i'v, nhiU.
Swonti-r.-.. S rk, C'llnrs, (.' trs,
Pinbi-' i as, II niilkuiuhit fo, i tc.
At Ridiculous Low Prices
H. W. Schmidt
Vun Hull lllncl,. Kin:.' Strtet
CSuliI iintl Kili.'nvnio,
l'nu'la'iN 'lid lvi'iywmo,
8:1k Hit ilk. iclin fs,
"Wiiilo Onibs Chilli, Mnttii-gft,
Wiokt-r it ii 1 1 Slnamt'i Chairtt.
Cigiirn. Ktc , lite,
WING WO TA1 & CO.,
'iA Nnuimn Siput. Uonr,iii.
Autuuu bc-iriury Ii nil lioritil to ooltsct
ull uisciiiiutk iiuu me.
4Ui Iw II. G. DIART.
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