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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 11, 1897
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Crown flour nlwiiys runs uni
form in quality.
Company A holds its annual
mooting this cvoning.
Honolulu Commiwidory Kuights
Tornplnr moots this ovouing.
Four thousand unvviea nro now
working nt tbo Panama Cunul.
Tho l'oru reported that tho 8 S
Zenlnndin would' bo -18 hours Into
in leaving Sou Francisco.
Thore was no mooting of tho
Board of Hoalth yestoulay. It
will bo held tomorrow aftoinoon.
Tho Philadelphia cricket team
is going to England to play n
snnes of matches in Juno nnd
Tho courteous aud obliiiiic
purser of the S. S. Pitu has tho
thanks of tho Bullkhn for favors
Tho band concert at Thomas
square was well patronized. An
other ouo will be given at tho
sanio place this evening.
H. F. Qlado returned to 13ro
mon by tho Australia yesterday.
Only throo days of his hurriod
visit were spout in Honolulu.
A very largo uuinbor of tho
friends of Mrs. Gcorgo Grau wore
nt tho steamer yesterday to bid her
farewell. She is leaving on ac
count of ill-hoalth.
Don't forget W. S. Luce's two
mammoth land sales next Mon
day, Jan. 18, at 12 o'clock noon,
nt his salesroom. A good oppor
tunity for safe investment.
Nearly all tho foiwigu represen
tatives, wove prosont at the dopar
turo of the Australia yesterday
afternoon as a maik of lespuct to
tho fumily of the lato Minister
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. He uses a com position of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof piop.irntiun in Ho
nolulu. G. H. Umbscn, the San Finn
claco real estate iuhu who was
booked to lcav- on tho Australia,
altorcd his mind at the last mo
ment and will lemuin oor for the
Tho telephone company is
having now polos put on Mer
chant street, previous to taking
down tho old tower in tho ienr of
the Honolulu Halo which hn3 bo
In tho police couit Long
John aud half a dozen othor Chi
nese gamblors wore discharged
this morning on motion of "the
puwecution. Four drunks to
coived tho usual ponalty. Annie
Pose pleaded guilty of habitual
truauoy. Sentence suspended.
The two detectives who left horn
on tho Miowera to enpturo tho
Australian muulorer, Fiank But
lor, were due in San Francisco a
few hours after tho Pern left.
Elaborate precautions aro being
takon by United Statos officials
to prevent any posriibility of his
escape when tho essel noars
Tho annual inentin of tho con
gregation of Coutr il Union church
will bo hold this ovouing at 7:30.
Brief reports will bo prosonted
from all departments of tho work
of tho church. Tho meeting will
bo informal nnd social in its
character. After the reports have
beoii read, refreshments will bo
Tho last of the piuctisu shoots
of tlm Fir.t Ilcgune'it of the Cali
fornia National Guild for phves
in the team' that wiu to coutet-t
ngainst Hawaii took place on
Sunday, January II. Judging
from tho scores made there wun
considerahln falling off of high
figures. The teani had not been
Bolected by the officers of the re
giment when tho stoamer Railed.
Tho Mounted Iteuorvo had n
moonlight drill nt Mnkiki aud a
business meeting afterwards at
tho residence of B. F. Dilling
ham. A constitution was adopted
nnd under it an election of ollicets
hold which icsulted an follows:
W. F. Dillingham, caplaiti; Win,
II. Wright, first lieulonant;
Samuel G. Wilder, second lieutou
nut. H. G. Dauford and David
Shanks wore olected to member
ship. DRIFTED H NOW FLOUR
Males Better Bread and Pastry iai
Any Other I'lioim Jlrand.
Atl Your GiMte ''or ll,
UNION FEUD CO., Sole Agents,
Sugar is 8 3-10 no change
since last quotation.
Tho Board of Health will meet
at 3 o'clock tomorrow.
Sovoral rojocted immigrants will
bo sont back on tho Peru today.
A sailor off tho Lurlino is in
tho polico station for safo keep
I The arrests today up to 2 o'clock
' consisted of ono nutivo drunk nnd
n Chinese opium fiend.
Mr. aud Mrs. O. Knudson sus
tained tho loss by death of n son
aged ton months yostorday.
! The Council of State will meet
1 to consider petitions for pardon of
certain prisoners at 2 o'clock to
morrow. I J. S. Walkor is agont for a num
ber of insurance compauies of
high standing, naiiK'd in a card
I Tho Healaui Yacht and Boat
Club's dauco at tho clubhouso on
Friday ovoniug is bound to bo a
i The mombors of tho Y. M. 0. A.
i orchestra aro requested to meet at
tho hall this evening at 8 o'clock
' sharp for important business.
Stamps, either special depart-
mont or postage, have not como
by tho Peru, but aro oxpected,
, sure, by tho Zealaudia, due on
I delayed time Saturday morning.
Tho Mounted Reserve was or
I ganized by F. B. McStockor in
I January, 1895. It. L. Wnrson ivas
I given command of tho paid pat
rol, and Judge Conor of tho volun
The desirablo dwelling house
and lot belonging to tho estato of
lato lnorino l'eruandes,on Maga
zino street, will bo sold by judi
dial order at auction by Jamo3 F.
Morgan at 12 noon, Saturday.
; A mooting of Christian workors
will bo holdtomoriow afternoon,
1 Friday, the 15th inst., nt 3
o'clock t tho Y. M. C. A. hall.
, This is a union undenominational
I gathoring and all interested in tho
I advauco of Christian work in
our community will bo mostcordi
i nlly wolcomo.
Jt;im:i uy joniM'.
.Supremo Court llrclxlun-circuit
Ch uitcr flouring.
The Supremo Court by Chief
Jiibtica Judd has rendered a uu
animous opinion on a motion to
quash n writ of prohibition, for
bidding Edwnrd B. Bnrtbrop and
Joseph Schlump from prosecut
ing a case against tho Kona Cof
fee Co. Ltd., Victor J. Capion and
Jns.F.Mnrgnn. It was a writ issued
by the Supromo Court itself, on
the giound that tho suit was
equity and tho Circuit Court has
no jurisdiction in equity. Tho
motion to quash tho writ is do
med, the Supiemo Court holding
that tho sovoral Circuit Judges
and not tho Circuit Com Is have
jurisdiction in equity. Another
point Bottled in tho caso is
that a motion to quash a writ will
not repair tho uoglectof the prose
cutors or of the Court to answer,
aud still another that a waivor of
the question of jurisdiction im
plied by tho dofendant'8 auswor
ing a bill cannot confor juris
diction against tho statute. G. F.
Little for tho motion; Thurston it
M. S. Grinbaum & Co. Ltd. by
its attorney, A. S. Humphreys,
has made its separate answer to
tho bill in oqtiily of J. M. L'eona
hele, ndiiiiiiistinror estate B. Ka
hownhowaniii, vs. D. Toomey and
othois. It stales that n moitgage
in question has been discharged
but not of record, and submits to
any deoieo the Court may outer.
Tlio Lurlino libel in admiralty
will come up again noxt Mouday.
Judge Perry is still hearing tlio
bill to quiet title ho was on yos
torday. A Kirk ItiKUtcriMl.
Complaint is madu by residents
of the viciuity about the gangs of
young Portuguese hoodlums who
make thoir rendezvous at tho
junction of tho streets just abovo
tho pumping station. On Sunday
aftoruoons especially tliouuisanco
is in full swing, whou there are
always sovoral noisy biiRoball
games going on, Boveral piooes
sions of howling kids headed by
improvised bauds composed of
dilapidated coal oil cans and othor
instalments of torture, while an
occasional fight lends added in
terest to tho tootle. Tho Marshal
should pnj tho place n visit him
self and thou detail an oflicor to
supptess tho nuisunce.
Ccllrnlctl for lt Brent Iciicnlnj; strength
mid hviltlifillnci. Assures tlio lood ii;aluM
alum nnd n'l forms of niliillvnitloii common
to tlm climp brand. ItotAi Hiki.no Tow
una Co , Nrw Yniu;.
Cures tlio lacking cough, relioves
the soreness and overcomes tho
weakness and lassitude.
For warding off pnouirionin,
bronchitis, consumption and
other dangers that follow this
insidious disenso, thousands of
physicians in every land testify
that cod-liver oil is tho most
Food-Emulsion is as palatable
as milk. It contains nKo the
valuable hypophosphites of Lime
I and Soda.
King nnd Fort.
Cast! e& Cooke
Sole Agents for
j tlio Hawaiian
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k STOCKTON MILUNGC0.v
San Francisco Office. P:
" California Street.
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r mrfT 'inmifti-Taj
nLJ" UrtJt Jm-c j
At Tlioitiim Niinr.
The Hawaiian i.'nvenimputbaud
will givo nuoi!ir concert nt
Thomas square this ening at
7:110, with the following program:
i: r t.
Mnrcli-l)lncl lln r. Mlllockcr
()irtnre (Jneon Mpulti Bupno
Finale VmLii Vii".' nil I'ctrclla
Selection -Million Thomas
Medley EmpcrorV ltclnr Wleprccht
Fnutosla Mnqnltn Dance Ellcnlicrir
Valt7 llll Nlttht 8lrnns
Manli Tho Olndlftors iouea
linn all 1'onol.
Mllllnr.r i. MinriMliimicrN.
Colonel McLonn, ou behalf of
tho National Guard, haB challeng
ed tho Sharpshooters for a match
shpot, tho teams to consist of
thitty men each. Tho Sharp-
shooterH will I.nlil n nnnninl moot.
ing this evening to consider tho
ouaiioupo ana tnore is littlo doubt
of its acceptance.
The Artograph is n valttablo
aid to anyouo wishing to loam to
sketch from nature without an in
structor. Price 83.00. King Bros,
have them for sale.
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handlo. "Whilst tho holidays
havo made great gaps in somo
linos, most of our lines will
still be found very com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes n good many sales to
inako an impression in our
stock, wo carry eo many.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
Waters for $300
For thoso with a longer
purse and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
We want to add you to our
list of pleased watch ctiHtomcts,
no matter how little or how
much you havo to spend for the
purpose. Wo have the goods,
and our many years of experi
ence will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
When we nee tlie perfection
of our clothes for tlio
joungstt-r, we almost
wIhIi oureolves boys
nulu to enjoy the
Poems hi olotli;
Oliuits In strpngtti.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYGflGy BlOCk
Ladies Muslin Underwear
B-OUR OWN MAKE"
Best -Value -
N. S. SACHS'
5Q0 ITort Street
Ladies Night Gowns at SOcts.
Ldics Night Gowns with Embroidery Yuke, Sleeves
Trim mod for $1.00.
Ladies Skirts with llulllo, SOcts.
Ladies Skirts Embroidery Kullle nt 1.00.
Ladies Chemises, 3 for 1.00.
Ladies Drawers, Embroidery Trimmod, good cotton nnd
well made for 50cts
Corset Covers from OOcts. upward.
&3f Our Underwear is made specially for us, nnd wo
guarantee good cotton nnd good workmanship.
EVERY - MAN - HIS - OWN - HDRSE - DOCTOR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
tOK THE CDIIK
Hqibdj, CaUle, Sheep,
The Mnrvelutis Flair Iteinoily which provcuts
FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, llonolu'u.
RT Neixt inuiphlrt freo on niiplication. P. O. Box 292, Telfphoi.0 20.
Honolclu, April 21, 1S90.
Sir. O. W. Mkckikum:: It nffonU me plonsnre to recoiuiuen 1, to nny ono nhosa hnlr
is fallhiR out, tho upo of lilt. l'OTTIK'h IIAIK OIL. Jly bnir was coming out nt mich
it rnto as led mo tobelievo thut I woulilsoonbeoomolnM. After unlng tlio oil to. fio nock
this ceiiheii entirJlyj noiio wlintfcr is now falling nut. I ronnli"t r it tho b"st nnd only
worthy lcrnedy for thU troul o nnd nlno recuinmcnd it ns n htiinulaut to now yruwth.
605 tf Yours truly, J.n.DAN'irXS.
JIaiu Offlca Tcliphouo No. o.l. 1'. O. llox No. 222 Uninch Onico Tclcphouo No. 838.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Iiumbep Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
lMrOUTKIiS Atf D fiUALEKS IN
Doors, Sanhos, Pnints, Cils, Bilitdors' llimlwiuo, "Wull I'upois and
M-itting, Etc. Mnuufiioturo A'l Kinds if M uiding.
Slniu Ofllie. Lclco, Klnnsticot. Branch Ofllcn nnd IMnuin(; Mill, corner King and
Itothcl Htroots. Luinl.or Yurdii, I.clco nnd Lot near It. It. Dcnot l'rinto trade lonuect
Iur with O. It. !c L, Co. U. 11. inns through our yards to It It. ulmrf nnd nny put of
T.. ...,,1 'l.,n clr.llr.nu III I .t
"Wliere Can I
Hotel St., Robinson Blk.
Any Style Manufactured.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A-ttoi'iiey at Law
II Knnhumann Btrevt.
Ttkphoua No. 0S2. -103-Giii
CHARLOTTE H. P&RXELEE
TKAOIIKIt OK 1HK
P I ANO LfOUTE
4ii3 220 nriiiiila SlMot
MOTARY PUBLIC ana TYPEWRITER
OKfK'f: 203 Merclinnt Htreflt, CampUill
Ulook roar ol J. O. O.utoi' i.Olce, I'. O
Ever - Offered
OK U1SKASM OF
Dogs, Svlne, and Poultry.
Having purchased tho Stock
nnd Fixtures of tho Golden
Rule BtiiMur, I will continue
the Stationery, Book nnd
usicnl rerchnndi8o Business
at tho old stand No., 31G Fort
Streot. It will always bo ray
fiim by fair and honorable deal
ing and courteous treatment
to morit a sharo of the patro
nage of tho public. My terras
will bo CASH, nnd I proposo
to put you in a position in
1897 (if you will giv mu your
trndo m tins hm ) to declaro a
linger divif end on the amount
iiivcsttd tli'in you got out of
yourxiigiirsl'iekbin 1S0G. JuBt
do a little "sliojiping" that
will jimvo it "Tho Miller
Megeo" Patent Back Blank
Boohs carried in stock nt tho
sumo prices as tho old stylo
J. M WEBB,
Prop. G ilden Bulo Bazaar.
GoM utid Silvcrwaio,
Crockory aud Ivorywnio,
Wli ils, COlUUIIK,
"VdiIo Grass Cloth, Mattingi!,
AViflu'i mill ytoamt'i ClinirH.
Cigxrcf, Kto , ICtc.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
211 Numvim Slnot, Honolulu,
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