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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 18'J7.
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LOCAL AND GENEKAL.
Co. H drills tonight.
0. S. Bradford is now on tho
local stall of the Stnr.
Tho Mibsos E., D. and M. E.
SnilTon nro in the city from Kao
David Center, manager of the
Sprockolsvillo Plantation, is in
the city with his wife.
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin and Mrs. A.
F. Cooke wore among returning
passengers ly the Zoataudia.
Professor W. D. Alexander and
Kov. J. M. Alexaiidor returned
from Kauui by the V. 0. Hall
Counting nil classes of lesorvos
Germany can in twpuly four hours
raise an army of 4,000,000 discip
W. N. Armstrong, formerly of
tho Labor Commission, arrived
on the Zealaudia after an absence
of fourteen months.
Fivo and a half million pounds
of meat are consumed on tho
Peniusular and Oriental lino of
steamships every year.
1'oligious sorvices will bo held
on board tho barkoutiuo Irmgard
tomorrow evening by youug peo
ple from different churches.
For the twelfth time in succes
sion the Prince of Wales has been
nominated for the office of Grand
Master of English Mark Masons.
Tho police luau on Saturday
afternoon was n groat Buucess.
Attoruoy-General Smith made an
address after tho foust, eulogizing
Mm. W. C. Peacock mid Miss
Dnisj Peacock arrived mi tho
Zealaudia. C. A. Peacock loft by
tho Barae vessel for Sydney and
N. P. Burgess repairs lawn
mowers, garden hose uud tools of
every description. All work call
ed for and returned. Ring up
Mr. 'Wrogge, the u-atbor savant
of liiroiibhuiil, wu-, in a waouetto
parly of Zealaudia passougers
which explored tho city and its
i'"oi :ho nest two weeks N. S.
Sachs will ''clear out the entito
stock of wash materials at ail im
meuho sactiiice, in order to mako
room ur the new tipriug goods.
Rev. .T. M. Monroe in tho
Christian church last night gave
an intoiesting discourse on tho
church, tho school and the press
us coadjutors in modern ci nuta
tion. The anniversary of Burns'
birthday will bo colebratwl this
year by tho Scottish Chiatle Club.
It will take the form of a banquot
iu thn Arlington hotel, next Mon
Australians aro tho greatest tea
drinkers, and annually consume
7xG pounds per head. Tho poo
plo of Great Britain consume only
190 pounds each. Americans
drink -i.-iO pounds.
Six men of the senliug schooner
CaBco presented a card of iutro
ductiou at the Y. M. 0 A. on ar
rival yesteiday. Upon invitation
of Pastor Monroo they otteuded
tho morning service of tho
Mrs. M. Guild ami child arrived
in the Zealaudia, uud aro the
guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Black while
in this city. Mrs. Guild, who is
tho wifo of tho bookkeeper of Ma
kuwcli plantation, came all tho
way fruin London.
Judge Morrow of the Uuiled
States District Court in San Frnu
cisco has issued a warrant of ur
rest in the case of Frank Butler,
tho Australian murderer expected
to arrive on the Swanhilda, which
means that the Federal authori
ties will take jurisdiction of tho
Tho San Francisco Board of
Supervisors havo passed an ordi
nuuco on the recommendation of
the Board of Health making tho
throwing of banana or orango
peels on the sidewalks a misde
meanor. In this San Francisco
is only followiim thn precedent of
many Eastern cities of tho United
' W. M. Cunuiugham, T. J. Ilig-
I gins, C. L. Browu and Geo. ltob-
1 ertson went to Waianao ou n
i hunting expedition and returned
today with a bug of thirty-two
pheasants and four ducks. Mr.
Cunningham shot sixteen of the
pheasant, tin lnigest score for
ono day's shoot ever reported on
Tho delayed postngo stimps for t
the Ilawniian Government arrived I
ou the Zealaudia. I
A Janaueso named Yatnada was
arrested this morning for assault-'
ing William Ringer. J
Wm. Rich and a nativo woman ,
woro nrrested today for offenses
against public morality.
W. W. Dimond calls attention
to hnusohold utensils, some of
them exolusivo to his store.
Goorgo P. Castle of the firm of
Castle & Cooko is homo again;
also 0. II. Athertou and family.
Ralph E. Turner is rocoiviug
tlm congratulations of his friends ,
ou tho bhth of a sou last Friday
All tho officers of the Annexa
tion Club mo requested to bo ou
hand nt their headquarters ot -1 i
Tho ougagemout of Captain
Soulo of the bark Martha Davis
and Miss Sadio Lederer was an
Tho band will play at Emma
square this evening, uud ' Mr.
Cuolho's glee club will sing sev
eral nativo songs. i
The Scottish Thistlo Club will j
rnovo into now quarters in tho
Lovo Block, Fort street, at the j
oud of this month.
A meeting of tho W. C. T. U. !
will bo held in the parlors of
Central Union church at 2:30 to- j
Tho Liternry Circle of tho Kilo
hauu Art Looguo will ontertain
the mombers and friends this
evening at their hall.
Tho barkontino S. N. Custlo
will sail at noon tomorrow for
Tho bark C. D. !
Bryant will probably get away
Robert W. Wilcox's luau at
Maunalua on Saturday was largo- j
ly attended, nnd was ono of tho i
most successful affairs of tho kind :
I in late years. j
j Mrs. .T.A. Kitchou nnd Clarence
W. Mocfarluno were quietly mar-
ripd at the Macfarlaue residence,
Waikiki, on Saturday, Rev. II. II. i
Treasurer J. F. Haokfeld of tho
Oahu Sugar Company publishes I
a nonce to HiocauoiuerR, railing
for tho paymeut of ten per cent I
' uosossiuout ou stock ou January I
' Chas. Ilustnco Jr. will open an
office in tho Campbell block in a I
, few days. Ho will trausact u I
general ronl estate nnd commis- .
sion busiuoss, with firo and life
James Sherwood and John Ash
worth, who wero arrested by De
, tootivo Cordos ou Satniday niuht
i for selling liquor without a li- j
reuse, will havo their trial on '
Kaamone, a native, was arrested
tor insanity today, lio was
otnined by Dr. Emerson in
police station this morning but
j Judgo do la Vorgn n has not had
' timo to hear the evidence in his
! casp thus far.
Lucas Brothers havo received the
contract for building counters iu
! tho Interior Oflico for 837G.
I Othor bidders were P. A. Audor
I son nt 8115, G. W. Lincoln at
,8180, W. I. Balls at 8191 and J.
H. Craig at 8070.
j Tho principal members of tho
i Jannnese colonv called on CotiKiil-
General Shiraamura on Saturday
evening and a very social time
wan had. An address, testi-
1 fying to the ropm-t in whioh the
Cou-ul is Imld by the Japanese of
this city, was read by Mr. Write-
I There was a short meeting of
1 tho Cabinot this morning to con
eider cortain matters connected
j with tho beach hotel proposition.
There will bo auothor meeting to-
morrow at which tho bids for the
Firo Department building and
Snoorintondout Rowoll's rocorn
meudations thereon will bo taken
Complaint is mado that tho
Portuguese and natives congrega
ting about tho fountain on tho
corner of Quoen and Port street
mako thomsolves a nuisance by
throwing tho water at each other
and spitting about tho sidewalk,
so much so that it is not safo for
ladies who do not wish thoir
drosses spoiled to pass by. A
few words from the Marshal
would end the nuisance.
HOTAHY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Offick: SOS Merulumt Htiet, C!imj)l)ll
Illookfvoar of J. 0. Onto!' oftlcc. P.O.
Cclobratud fnr ltd itrcnt li.ivtnlui; stmiztli
mid avail liftilncta. Afsuri'X (lie fooil ui;nliit
nl it mi nml all farms u( ml iltpnitlon common
lo tlio clicnp brnml. iioi.u. IIimno I'ow
IIKll Co , New Yoiik.
Cures the racking cough, reliovcs
tho soreness and overcomes tho
weakness and lassitude
I For warding off pneumonia,
i bronchitis, consumption and
! other dangors that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in o very land testify
that cod-liver oil is tho most
Food-Kmulsion is as palatable
as milk. It contains also the
valuablo hypophosphites of Lime
UK BIB S3.
King and Fort.
If you havo passed our store
nt night during tho past week,
you have noticed lights burn
ing and tho forco of clerks at
work opening boxes and cases
and marking up goods. The
customers took all of the time
the clerks had during tho day,
and the only opportunity wo
havo hud to gtt on with tho
i work, was at n.ght.
Lots id' novclt'es have been
brought by recent vessols from
tho Const and we are now
ready for our spring campaign.
The beauty of our novelties
lies in their usefulness; there's
no wi ar out to them and each
ono fills a want. TJio Primus
oil stave is the In est good thing
to reach here, and it is destined
to revolutionize the cooking in
dustry. Jt burns nothing but
kerosene oil and on the princi
ple of gasoline but without the
danger. The Pr inuu will boil
water in three minutes.
Manns green-bono cutter is
not of much use any where but
in the poultry house, and there
it is n necessit'. No other
store in Honolulu handles this
article. Soap is wasted in tho
kitchen, unless a soap savor is
used. Wo havo them mado of
wire that are economic gems.
The Crown self-busting roast
ing pans are so well known as
not to require mention, beyond
saying that wo soil them. Tho
same thing goes with our ice
picks nothing like thorn have
over been sold here for tho
money or convenience. Ex
tension toast forks bolong in
every house where tonst is
Von Holt Block.
.i m:am:ii v n.-iumm.ii.
flip Si'liiMiiii'r .I.ic (irn.t I'lirTollcil for
lllrgiilly All I n it I'ur NcnU.
United States District Judge
Morrow has rpudcied mi opinion
in the Neii'm ra of ilm United
States njonuit the American
schooner June (Stay, her cargo
and O. F. Noiiuemaun, the ownor
of the Bchoonor. Tho action wns
to condemn the vessel with all
her tackle, boats, furniture, pro
visions and cargo, consisting of
257 fur seal skins, for violating
tho act of Congress of April 21,
1891, which prohibits tho pur
suing and killing of seals in the
waters surrounding the Pribilov
islands, within a zone of. sixty
miles of tho islands. In tho liliel
there wero two counts, one that
the sealers killed twenty-one seals
within the prohibited area, and
the other for pursuing seals. The
schooner was seized by the Unit
tad States revonuo cuttor Corwiu,
then statiouod iu Bering Sea for
tho purpose of protecting tho
Judge Morrow is of tho opinion
that tho day mentioned in the
libel the Jane Gray was not pur
suing seals, as tho weather was
Upon tho second count the
Judge says that tho testimony of
tho ofiicerB of tho Corwiu is posi
tive that tho Jano Gray was with
in the prohibited area on the
evening of August 22, 1890. Tho
cutter picked up two of tho
schooner's boats, and in ono the
body of a doad seal was found.
Whqn the oflicer of tho Corwin
boarded tho Jane Gray ho saw
sevoral dead seals on dock. Aftor
summing up all of tho evidence
and testimony, which shows that
tho schooner and her boats wero
within the prohibited area engaged
iu the unlawful business of kill
ing fur seals, tho Judgo says,
"Let a judgmont and decree of
condemnation nnd forfeiture be
entered iu favor of tho United
The schooner was valued at
S-27(i.'5 and tho cargo at !?2l7!).fJ0.
While tho judgment is for tho
condemnation the decreo will go
against tho bondHiueii, who will
bo obliged to make i;vod to the
Government the aggregate of tho
The vessel is well- known in
In the YEAR
Aro tno Kind ot goods wo
handle. "Whilst tho holidays
havo mado great gaps in some
lines, most of our lines will
still bo found very com
plete, notably thut of Watches.
U It takes a good mnuy sales to
ra iiiiiKu mi impruumuu iu uui
stock, wo carry so many.
Watches foe $3
For men anil boyp, and
I Watches for $300
with a longer
nurse and an
something nut of tlm ordinary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
no matter how litllu or how
much you havo to spond for tho
purpose. Wo havo the goods,
and our many yeare of expori
onco will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
Wash Goods !
N. S. SAC HS'
520 F"ort Sfcvoot : : 1-loiiolulu.
ggr-For 3 Weeks Onlylg
Tn order to mnko room fur our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out tho en
tire stock of WASH G ODS now on hand.
In Dress Lengths. Skirt L. ngths and "Wnist Pat
terns will go nt Half Price. ....
MAN - HIS
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
TOR TIIR CORK
Eo:sqs, Cattle, Sneep, D035, Swine, and Pcullry.
JL-XI-rSr T&LAL.13EZ. OX3L-
Tho SInrvelous Unir Itmnedy which prevents
'OR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
IHT Neat p-unphlet freo on Application. 1' O. Hox 29J, Telephone L'U.
Honolulu, ApnlSI, 1800.
Mr. O. W. MtCFAnLANK: -It xffnril me plaisnrc to rfcummciiil, to miy ono whoso hnir
in fiiUitiKont, tuonxoof Hit. rOTTIK'.S IIAIKOIIj. M hnir wns coming out ut twh
n rnto ns leilnio toh'liovo tint I would noon bee nm ball. After using tlio.nl lo. iivuwaol'H
this censed entirely uono wlinlt-vtr m now lulling ,mt. 1 vousiil r it the b ht unci only
worthy remedy for 'thU troub o nml iil rrc nniiiind it us n btiiiiulunl I" new urowth.
50,-itf Yonrstmly, J.H.UaN'IEIjS.
J. T. WERH8USE
A great deal of the cargo
of the J. C. Glado was for us
and the vessel should have been
here before Christinas. Wo ox
pected tho goods for tho holi
days and they faded to arrive
What's tho result? A big lot
of iroods which should have
been sold. Wo lose tho profit
rather than carry them over
WHITE SEMI -PORCELAIN
WARE, in now shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you at a third oil'
what you would pay if the sale
wus regular. The head winds
which kopt the vessel from
reaching Honolulu weeks be
foro she did, wero ill winds to
us and favorable ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and C LASS
WARE. Are yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not n
clearance sale but one to en
able us to make room for tho
goods yet to arrive.
I. T. WATERHOUSE
Subneribo for the Kvkniwi Boir
I.KT1N, 75 cents pur mouth.
Wash Goods !
CkVN - HDHSE - DOCTOR.
:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
Of I3KAH3 or
Families will find it to their
interest to buy canned goods
or bottled delicacies by tho
case. They keep as well in tho
pantry as on our shelves and
the purchaser gets the benefit
of tho wholesale r.ito. The
saving is considerable and our
prices are ns low, if not lower
than any place in Honolulu.
There's no question about tho
quality. Think it over nnd let
this bo ono of your 1897
Among the many relishes
for use on the table ever' day
and for hot or cold mcnt3 Chut
ney ranks first. It is essentially
East Indian and the llavor of
tho spices gives zest to the
nppctite. Some of tho brands
aro from formulas evolved in
tho brains of English army
ollicers who have campaigned
in India. The aptitudo of the
English to cotton on to good
things for the table is prover
bial and tho "designing" of
Chuttu-y has not weakened
their reputation in this respect.
We have si veu different
brands of O eon: G'erndolii's;
Phillips Digestible; Van Hou
tens; Epps Homeopathic; Wal
ter Bakers Breakfast; Cracked
in bulk nnd Ct.cou Shell in bulk.
Persoi s finding Chocolate too
heavy for thorn experience only
pleasant results from the use
of cocoa. Wo are certain of the
quality of tho goods and do not
hesitate to recommend them. ,
Wo believe wo carry the lar
gest stick of groceries in Ho
nolulu nnd our facilities for
supplying customers is unsur
passed. Lewis & Co.,
a hoc Ems..
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