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JANUARY 20. 157.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who fouuil n buuch of koys ?
A Marshal's salo is advertised.
llov. J. M. Alexander has gouo
to Mnni iignin.
Ewa mill slnrtod on lliis season's
run this morning.
Senntor and Mrs. H. P. Bald- J
win liavo gono home.
N. V. Burgess has lawn mowors '
lor rent. Telcphouo to 852. I
Now nud larger water mains nro
being laid along King street.
H.Louissdu nud J.A. "Wilder re
turned on yesterday's Kinau.
A native was arrested this
morning for beating his wife.
The Honolulu Athletic Associa
tion moots this ovoningat 7:30.
Paul Isouborg, Sr., left for Kau
ai last night on tho W. G. Hall.
Jas. F. Morgau has gono to Ha
waii on a visit to his ooffeo plan
tations. Deputy Attorney Gonoral E. P.
Dole returned from Huwnii on
tho Kinau yesterday.
Ohas. Moinecke. tho Waiohinu
storekeeper, returned homo by tho
Mnuna Loa yostorday.
Tho now Whito Star lino bteam
or Delphic was launched in Bel
fast, Ireland, on Jan. 5.
J. H. Paty was very feeble this
morning, otliorwias thero was no
change in his condition.
Bishop "Willis of tho Anglican
church has returned from a past
oral visit to Maui and Hawaii.
The Ladios Portuguese Benov
oleut Society will meet at Y. M.
0. A. A p:irl..rs at 10:30 l'rid.y.
Minister Cooper will presido at
tho meeting of the Board of Edu
cation at I) o'clock this afternoon.
Tho contract laborers in quar
antine wore- forwarded to planta
tions on Maui and Huwnii yostor
day. Attorney General W. 0. Smith
has presented a report of his de
partment for 180G to President
In tho police court this morn
ing Ah Fat and Ah Chuck wero
fined S50 each for opium in pos
session. Among the freight of the Zoa
landia was a trial shipment of
California starch, consigned to
Manngor David Center of
Sprecketsville plantation and his
wife left for home in the Clauditio
A sick Cliinamau was taken to
the police station from tho Queen's
hospital this afternoon to be ox
nmiued for insanity.
Bidders for buildiug the central
firo station are aked to furnish
samples of stone and dressings
befoie the contract is awarded.
Somo furniture, books and
bric-H-brao belonging to the lato
Minister Willis will shortly bo
sold at auction by Jas. F. Mor
gan. Through the efforts of Miss
Helen Wilder and Dr. Herbert
the hum of $230 has been raised
for the purchase of a fountain at
tho ltibiiuo Asylum.
But fow Chinese will leavo for
home by tho Coptic. To havo to
spend thoir national now year's
day at sea would bo abhorrent.
Tho day is tho first of February.
Bids for a now road in Kona,
Hawaii, wore opened today, but
some are so complicated that Mr.
Howell, Superintendent of Public
"Works, has to straighton them
Tondors for oxoavations for a
now slip in tho harbor will lie in
abeyance uutil tho Superintend
ont of Publio "Works procures a
stntoraent of tho cost of excavating
by tho govornmont dredge.
Commissioner Marsdon says
that as tho military havo granted
tho Sharpshooters all thoy asked
for thoy might bo induced to fur
nish arm rests aud cushions for
uso in tho coming match.
Philip Peck, manager of tho
Aloha CoHeo Company nud Man
na Coffoo Plantation, and J. W.
Mason, manager of tho Capital
Coffeo aud Commercial Company,
are both hero from Olaa.
At tho American Loaguo moot
ing last night a fow oilices woro
declarod vacant and an oleotion
for now iucumbonts ordored for
Friday night, at a special meeting
to bo hold for tho purpose.
. X i A.ft. , 'ikdafly&fc.
Tin: w wttnti mill i..
'(lioclnn f Noi, lj A'lii'it I'rltllrsci
llciilptl liy txrctitltr.
It was stated at noon today that
an agreement had beou reached by
tho Cabinet which is aliko satis
factory to tho Government nnd tho
promoters of tho Waikiki hotol
schomo. As will bo seen by offi
cial information bolow tho stato
mont was without foundation.
Tho Government agreed somo
weeks sinco to grant a liquor li
cense to the hotel, with the res
triction that no liquor should bo
served to auy but bona fido resi
dents of the hotel except with
meals. As tho bathing facilities
of tho proposed hotol aro reckoned
as being one of tho most lucrativo
of its sources of revenue, tho pro
moters felt that those who patro
nized tho hotel for bathing alone
should bo entitled to as much con
sideration as those who went thero
for a meal only.
According to tho noonday
rumor tho govornmont had
admitted the justice of this
representation and had accodod to
tho request, but had coupled with
it tho provieo that the proposed
hotel should not contain less than
a stipulated number of bedrooms,
feoling that if a hotel was opened
at "Waikiki and licensed it should
contain amnio provision for
tourist travel for somo time to
Mr. W. 0. Peacock was scon by
a roportor in relation to the
above. Ho said ho had beon in
formed uuofiicially that an agree
ment on tho above lines had been
arrived nt. He expected to recoivo
nu oflicial communication on tho
subject during tho afternoon, im
mediately on receipt of which
htops would bo taken to organize
the hotel company. Thero would
bo no difficulty whatover in build
ing u sufficient number of bed
rooms to meet tuo wishes ot the j
Hon. W. O. Smith, Attorney '
General, was later cjuostioned i
regarding Cabinet deliberations i
ou this nud other matters. After '
repeating tho conditions formerly
prescribed he said: i
"Tho applicants havo requested
that an addition be made allowing
liquor to bo sold to pu-?ons who I
should go to tho place anil take a I
bath, claiming that tho soa bath
ing would bo one of tho attrac
tions of tho hotol.
''The question received caroful
consideration nnd the Executive
Council have decided not to grant
tho condition asked for. Untlor
tho statuto we are willing to grant
it license so as to assist in main
taining a first class hotol and per
mit sales to bo n a (id e guests of tho
houae aud transient guests who
register and take a regular meal.
"But to include persons who
merely go there for tho purpose
of taking a bath pi events other
questions. In tho iirst place, it is
difficult to define what n bath is,
nud in the next plnco the proof of
breaoh of such a condition would
bo extiomely difficult.
"Tho feeling is in favor of le
gislation providing, under proper
conditions and limitations, for
llnmitiuu fill' llin anln nf liriiifir in I
hotels ujiou n moderate fee.
"Thero is a strong feeling
among tho better class of losidents
out there against establishing a
saloon or bar, and yet thoy aro in
favor of having a firstclass hotel
with the right to furnish such re
freshments as guests are accus
tomed to. That proposition wo
are in favor of."
llou ll (Jut Credit.
Stranger 'Eig pardon, sir, but
yon have it in your power to do
mo a grout f.ivor, and ono that I
will glildly ropay.' Bankrupt
(s.itlly) '1? I'm afraid you havo
uinilo n mistake; I am of no uso
to anybody I havo just failed for
half a million with no nssots ' 'So
1 heard.' 'You knew it, and jot
you say I can bo of servico to
you?' 'Yoc, sir, I beg you will
not rofuso.' 'But what can u
misorablo bankrupt like mo do for
any ono?' 'I wnut you to toll mo,
sir, how you got so much credit.'
Now York Weekly.
Miss Dora Spillor distinguished
horsolf in Ebbox, Eugland, by
riding to hounds on a bicyclo.
She was thrown sovoral timos,
surmounted six 'utiles, was iu at
tho donth nud was presented with
Tho noxt steamor from tho
Coast is tho Coptic. Sho should
got in about Friday night with
eight or niuo days lator mail and
tho score nindo by tho Culiforniaus
iu tho International shoot.
' ) ' . "
Celebrated for Its jjrent leavi'nlnjr otrctigtli
anil liealthrulne(. AMiire the food ui;nlnt
alum mul all forma of lulultemtlon common
to tlio clienp brands. Hoai. IlKtM I'ow
nr.ti Co , Ni.w Yoftk.
Cures the racking cough, relieves
the soreness and overcomes tho
weakness and lassitude.
For warding off pncunionin,
bronchitis, consumption nnd
i other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in every land testify
that cod-liver oil is tho most
Food-Kmulsion is as palatable
as milk. It contains also tho
valuablo hypophosphites of Lime
King and Fort.
Donald Y, Gfpalianj,
Tho Well-known Con
Jrcitsdiiik .'. lliiifiinlt
X85T" Full program to bo an
ffl Sale of loicivo Bents will open at
WaIX, NICHOLS CO. Htore tomorrow
morning, nt 9 A. u. 51S-t(
Tlio Uesidonca o( E, It. Hendry, comer
Kinau and l'ensncoln Htrcets. I tonne eon
tains Eight Room nud 1ms all tlio modern
convenience!!. Largo grounds. Tel. .101,
Corner of Luimlilo and Peusacola stroeU,
FiVf Lots. 75 foet by 125 feet cncU. Tho
moat desirable lesidvuco property for sale
on the plain. For toruin apply to
1IH3. L' R. HL'NDRY,
485-tf Telephone 301 .
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
There will bo u meeting of thoLft
(IIhh I'nrtiiguo-o HennvoleutSoi'luty In
tlio Y. M. U. A. Parlors, on l-Vldiiy,
tli22il ln-tnt, ut 10:!M)u. in
MI13. Wsi. O. IRWIN,
512 t President.
In the YEAR
Aro tho kiud of goods wo
handle. Whilst tho holidays
hnvo mndo great gaps iu somo
lines, most of our lines will
still bo found very com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good niauy sales to
mako an impression in our
stock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
I Watches for $300
For thoBO with a longer
purse and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinnry.
We wnut to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
no matter how littlo or how
much you havo to spond for tho
purpose. Wo hnvo tho goods,
and our many yoars of experi
ence will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
I XL F.Wichman
"Mnkakakc" sounds, to the
man with but a superficial know
ledge of the language, essen
tially Hawaiian, out it is not.
Divide it into syllables as you
would a cracker puzzle and try
the phonetic spelling and you
havo "mako a cake." It is
composed of corn, wheat, oats
and rye and is by long odds
the host preparation for pan
cakes and mull'.ns extant. This
is one of tho newest food arti
cles in this market and wo are,
so far, the only persons selling it.
Fifty varieties of crackers
seem like a good many for one
house to carry but that is what
we havo from tho Standard
Cracker Co., nnd they are in
2lb. packages. You cannot get
a hotter cracker if you search
the cracker markets of tho
Brilliant shine means just
what it says and it is indis
putably tho best metal polish
in tho market. Put up in three
sizes, it is convenient for tho
purse and handling. It will
put a polish on brass or nickel
that rivals a mirror.
Layer cake is a portion of
tho diet of the gods when pro
perly made; at other times it is
repelled. The most delicious
mixture to put between tho
layers is Maple Sugar Cream.
It is made of Vermont maple
sugar, is whipped light and
sold by us in ono pound tins.
For tho culinary department
Apple IButtor from tho middle
United States makes delicious
tarts and pies or may bo used
as jam. Wo sejl it in two and
five pound tins.
Lewis & Co.,
ut - liA.l.SljlL.
li, Uas&ti., ..Adz&ttm ouitU
BIG CUT IN PRICE
.... OF ....
Wash Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
GSO Fort Sfcroot
"For .2 Weeks Onlyi
In order to mako room for our NEW SPUING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
&uc3Ll&&& of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will jro at Half Prico. ....
EVERY - MAN
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub curb
Harses, CaUIe, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, ani Poultry.
ILmTXST DESC-A-XI. oil
Tho MarvolouB Hair Itcmody which prevent
i'OIt bALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
tZT Neat pamphlet free on application. P. O. Ilox 'J02, Tclepliono 'JO.
Honolulu, April 21', I89tl.
Mr. C. V. Mackaiilane: It nffonls me pleasure to rocomiuoml, to any ono vho8o hair
Is fnlluiR out, tho uso ot lilt. POTTIE'.S IIAIUOII,. Mj hair was coming out at uncli
n rato an led mo to l hovo that I would soou beco.nu b.ild. After using tlio oil for flvo wi cfen
this cenKOil entirely; none whatever i now falling out. I ccnsMtr it the b-st nud only
worthy remedy fur thi-i troub o nul nlm recommend it ami htimulant to now urowth.
50.1 if Yourstnily, J. 11 riANIKiV.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A great deal of the cargo
of tho J. C. Glade was for us
and the vessel should havo heen
hero heforc Christmas. We ex
pected the goods for the holi
days and they failed to arrive
What's the result? A big lot
of goods which should havo
been sold. We lose tho profit
rather than carry them over
WHITE SEMI -PORCELAIN
WARE, in new shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you at a third off
what you would pay if the sale
was regular. Tho head winds
which kept tho vessol from
reaching Honolulu weeks be
fore sho did, wero ill winds to
us and favorablo ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and GLASS
WARE. Aro yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not a
clearance salo but ono to en
able us to make room for the
goods yot to arrive.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Subscribe for tho Kvk.ninq Bul
letin, 75 cents per month.
Wash Goods !
or diseasm of
If you havo passed our store
at night during tho past week,
you have noticed lights burn
ing and the force of clerks at
work opening boxes and enses
mid marking up goods. The
customers took nil of the time
tho clorks had during tho day,
and the only opportunity wo
have had to get on with the
work, was at night.
Lots of novelties have been
brought by recent vessols frofm
the Coast and wo aro now
read' for our spring campaign.
Tho beauty of our novelties
lies in their usefulness; there's
no wear out to them and each
one fills a want. Tho Primus
oil stove is tho la' est good thing
to reach here, and it is destined
to rovolutionizo tho cooking in
dustry. It burns nothing hut
kerosene oil and on tho princi
ple of gasoline but without the
danger. Tho Primus will boil
water iu three minutes.
Manns green-bone cutter is
not of much uso anywhero but
in tho poultry house, and there
it is a necessity. No other
storo in Honolulu handles this
articlo. Soap is wasted in tho
kitchen, unless a soap saver is
used. We havo them made of
wire that aro economic geniB.
The Crown self-basting roast
ing pans nro so well known as
not to require mention, boyond
saying that wo sell them. Tho
same thing goes with our ice
picks nothing like them have
over been sold hero for tho
money or convenience. Ex
tension toast forks belong in
ovory houso where toast is
Von Holt Block.