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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 21, 1807.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
This is Company A'h drill ntul
There will bo no bicycle races
V. M. Fulclior, n cofTeo plunfor
from Oluft, is stopping nt tiio Arl
ington. Tho thermometer was below CO
degrees both yentordiiy nud tliitf
moiuing at AVaikiki.
Captain Knuno, who lately re
signed from tho police force, is
going to Molokni to tnko chargo of
Thorn was a luau at tho resi
lience of CaptainKaho.tkauo of tho
police forco In Printer's luuo last
No news of annexation matters
on Hawaii wnB received at tho
Annexation hendqiiatters by the
Tho newly olocted lieutonanta of
Companion G and D have passed
their examinations and received
Tho stroot railway company is
fixing its grado on Fort street,
which shows up tho deficiency of
the rest of the Btreot.
Tho receiving office at tho polico
station is being treated to a now
coat of varnish today, a Japuueso
trusty boing tho artist.
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho
Ladies' Portuguese Benevolent"
Society tomorrow morniiiR at
10:30 at tho Y. M. C. A. parlors.
Bob Scott, the well-known
actor, is organizing a company to
bring down a theatrical troupe
from the Coast onoweek in each
Tho meeting for tho reorgani
zation of tho Y. M . 0. A. orches
tra ami subsequent rehearsal
comes off this evening at 7:30 at
Tho salo of reserved seats for
the Gratiaui-Marquault ci
on Tuesday ovoniut: next com
menced at tho Wall, Nichols store
Ed. Dov.sott, who ia down fiom
the Ulupalakua ranch on Hawaii,
the mauaxomont of which he has
given up, is making ins Head
quarters at tho Arlington. "
Tho Oahu Lumbor and Build
ing Company hus leased a portion
of land on tho west side of King
street from tho Oahu Railway and
Laud Company for fifteen years.
Members of tho Pacific Tennis
Club and their lndy friends will
indulge in a bicyclo ride to Wai
kiki this ovening, where they will
be entortaiuud by Mrs. Win. G.
Tho mooting of tho committee
of twouty-aeveu to nrruuge for the
coming military annexation meet
ing takes placo on Monday even
ing, not Tuebday as has been rep
rcbeutcd. Local eportsmou nro putting iu
all their sparo time chasing tho
seductive pheasaut around tho
brush ou tho hillsides. The sea
son closos ou tho last day of tho
The Choral Socioty of tho High
School will give a grand concert
in t:o Y. M. O. A. hall on tho
oveniug of February G, to raise
funds to pay for the electric lights
lately put in tho school.
Tho Portuguese storekeeper at
tho corner of Wilder avenue and
Makiki stieot Iiub been attested
for soiling liquor without a li
ceuso. Ho is accused of retailing
wiuo as a regular busiuoss.
. At the mooting of Company G
last night Messrs. Joe Morse, L.
D. Keliipio aud J. N. K. Kooln
were appointed as tnombers of the
committooof arrangements for tho
coming military annexation meet
ing. Lieutenant Towso says tho
coming military annexation meet
ing will bo a little ahead of any
thing of the sort over scon here.
Cortain arrangements ore iu pro
gress which aro touding in that
Tho onjjagemont of Miss Jua
njta Hassmgor, daughter of John
A. Hassingor of tho Intorior De
partment, to Charles J. Falk,
manager of tho Hawaiian Rail
road Company at Mahukonai'is
A prominent Honolulu physi
cian soys tho practiso of bicycle
ridiug will suroly result in future
gonorationa of round-shouldored
men and women, and tho more ho
studies tho matter the more he is
convinced of tho correctness of
Captain Kaiino of the poli' o
force has resigned.
Bids for the (iro station aro Btill
No license has yot been taken
out for tho Wuikikt hotel.
Erail Klomino lint begun to
, build a largo now cottago ou Ala
i pai Btreot.
Nipflv fnrniolinil rnmna nt Mm
Popular House. 151 Fort street. '
from S1.00 per wook up. '
Wator colors and Oil colors in
Bets suitable for Xmas presents.
King Bros., Hotel street.
Every meinbor of Company G
present at tho nieotiiig last night
bignod the annexation roll. '
Implements for lawn culture,
of the best kind going, aro to bo
had of John T. Watorhouso.
Secretary Eckardt publishes
the call for tho auuual meetiug of
tho Gorman Benevolent Society.
J. H. Paty was resting much
easior today anil at 3 o'clock was
much briglitor than for somodays
H. 8. Tregloau & Son, mer
chant tailors, offer 20 per cont
discount for cash ou all orders for
Tho first general ejection under
tho presout Constitution takes
placo on tho last Wednesday in
Some of tho vagaries of Emper
or William may bo attributed to
his smoking an iuotdiuute num
ber of cigaiettes.
Tho trial of M. Fornaudes, tho
Makiki grocerymau who was ar
rested yesterday for selling wiuo,
is sot for tomonow.
Many of the hiding men of
Frauco havo becomo teetotalers.
Among them aro Prosidout Fauro
aud Alphouso Daudot.
Superintendent Rowoll is work
ing on tho Kona road bids, in
. ' llnnpj nt liiiltur aliln in nil vifin tlinan
: 1- , , , p --- y;; -
1 iinerusieu uy mu ivnmu luiuur-
I An extensive Balo of publio
I lauds at nuctiou in Hamakua, on
the Gth of Ffbruar, is adveitisod
by J. h. Urotvn, Agent or Publio
Giound.hfio buou broken ou
tho plantation of tho new Oahu
Sugar Company, iu clearing an
aioa of lot) acres for plautiug
Tiie largest animal pension is
$95,000, paid by Great Britain to
tho Duko of Richmond. It is a
perpetuity since tiio time of
P. Mitchell, the native arrested
yestorday for beating, his wife,
pleaded guilty this morning bo
fore Judge do la Vorgno, who sus
Tho only diunk to show up iu
the polico court this morning was
a Jap named Tunaka who was
given tho usual lino iu spite of
Tho chargo of vagrancy, which
has boon peudiuc; -ouainst Ed
Strange in tho police court for I
some timo past, was oulered
stricken from tho calendar this
Tho SI intornal i avenue stamps
for custom liouso forms, ordered
by Registrar Ashley of tho
Finance Ollico from tho American
Bauk Noto Co., are ou hand. A
portrait of Kamehamohal. adorns
tho stamp, which is neatly do
sigued all over.
A groat social evont will bo tho
calico ball, under the auspices of
tho Hospital Flowor Society, at
ludopendouco Park the night of
Fob. 12. As the prooeeds are to
bo for tho very laudable object of
aiding a free bed at the hospital,
agonoral turnout of Honolulu so
ciety may bo anticipated.
After having a number of arti
cles accepted by Eastern maga
zines, Will N. Harlen, tho South
ern story-writor, wrote to the edi
tor of one to ask why nothing of
his was published. Tho editor's
answor was: "There is a conspir
acy horo to hold your articles un
til you aro dood, as thoy would
naturally have greater interest
thon. How is your health "
W. G. Ashley, Registrar of
Financo, showod a roportor tho
bonds for tho Govorninont Loan
of 189(5. Thoy nro beautifully
executed in doep greon by the
Amorican Bankuoto Company.
Tho entire Loan Act is ou tho
face of tho bond, which also bears
an excellent portrait of President
Dole. A fao simtlo of Minister
Damon's signaturo is printed on
Ccleurnlcd for Its RrcU Uiivmlni; otrcnijtli
nud liciittlilulni'ts. Amui-cr the food ni;aliit
nlum mid ult form of ndultenitlon cnintnon
totlieclnnp brands. ltoJAI lHKIMt I'ou
DhilCo, Ni Yuiik.
Medicines aro only useful in
assisting nature. In dieases
that attack the throat and
lungs, causing, emaciation and
wasting, thero's no better
It expels the germs of
disease, icstoics wasted tissue,
makes new blood. Agreeable
to tho weak stoinncli. "Makes
thin people fat."
Large bottles SI. 00
Get it of
Hobron Drug Co.
Kins nmt Fort.
A meeting of all those interest
ed in Bicycling is called to con
Bider the advisability of procuring
a raco track at Kewalo. Tho
meeting will be hold iu the Cham
ber of Commorco rooms, MON
DAY EVENING, Jan. 25, at 7:30
l o'clock. 513-td.
Hospital Flower Society
FRIDAY, Fob. 12, 1897,
At 8 o'clock r. m.
Procmls to bo unod in Mil of a Free Bed
nt tiio Hospital.
Tickets, - $2 50.
Admitting Geutleumu and Ladles mid In
Sf Tickets ou salo nt tho Leading
DrURKiats. 513 St
Attention, Company A.
Ahmoky CojirANv A., N. O. II.,
Honolulu, January 21, 1897. J"
Every Member of thin Command is
hereby ordered to report ut tho Drill
BIimI THIS (Thursday) EVCSING,
January 31, nt 7:30 o'clock, for
The Annual Mei'tlnt? ot tho Ger
mau Benevolent Society will tnko
place ut the Ollico or H. Hitukfeld &
Co., on Saturday, Jan. 23, at 10
o'clock a, in.
J. F. ECKARDT,
513 2t Secretary.,
There will he a meeting of tbo La
dles I'nrlugnu'u HeiiHVOIentHoHlety Iu
inu v. at. U. A. I'.irinis, on iThli
they'd IiiMunt, ut 10 30 n. in
MRS. Wm Q. IRWIN,
012 2t Prealilont.
itm or (it: i.i ii.
Ciin. ufli'irnl liilrli in lip I xiimliiril
lor I liln rculnoU
Tho principal mn.j ct of (linens
sion nt tho meeting of the Board
of Health e-lfiliy wa the ro
fuMll of a eel1 i u .uiii mail to id-
low Dr. Monsniiat to tost a few of
his cows-for tulu teulosis. Tho
dairyman claimed discrimination
aiid that all dairy cows iu the city
or none should ho examined. The
doctor reported that tho supply of
tuberculin in tho city was only
enough to examine nine or ten
cows, but that enough had been
sent for to test all in town. The
matter was ended for the time bo
ing by appointing Drs. Emerson
ntitl MntiRfirrnt ti I'nmmiHnj. in rnn.
sou with the localcitraut dairy
Tho usual reports from tho fish
market aud slaughtor houses wero
received and approved.
Mrs. Emilie Macfarlane, treas
urer of the Malomity Homo, pre
sented a report showing receipts
for tho mouth of December, 1890,
amounting to S8CG.29, which in
cludes a Christmas donation of
8300 from Mrs. Wm. G.Irwin and
a quarterly appropriation of 8333
from tho gorerumout. Expenses
for the mouth S300.70. Total re
ceipts for the year ending Decem
ber 31, 1890, wero 85038.59; total
cxponBcs 83352.00; balanco on
hand January 1, 1897, S1G85.99.
Number of confiuemontB for Do
comber 3. Number of patients
cared for during tho year CM. Tho
report was approved.
.Tixocutivo olhcer Beynolds was
directed to comply with the re
quest of Consul General Shima
raura to bo furnished with a do
tailed statement of tho mortality
among Jupaneso for tho pabt
II. Hackfold fe Co. notified tho
Board that tho fumigating plant
to bo placed in Hongkong for tho
uso of tho Hawaiian Government
had boon shipped to its destina
tion tho latter part of Decomber.
Dr. Walters, government phyei
cion at Liuue, Kauai, was granted
sk months, leavo of absouce.
I Goods For
In the YEAR
Are tho kind of goods wo
handle. Whilst tho holidays
have mado groat gaps in somo
liuos, most of our linos will
still bo found vory com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good many Rales to
mako an impression iu our
Block, wo carry bo many.
Watches for $3
For men nnd boys, aud
1 Watches for $300
For thoso with a longor
purse aud an inclination for
something out of tho ordiuary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customors,
no mattor how little or how
much you havo to spond for tho
purpose Wo havo tho goods,
and our many years of oxpori
ouco will bo gladly givon to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving: Paint Coiiaiiv,
BIG CUT IN PRICE
Wash Goods ! Wasli Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
ggp-For 2 Weeks Only
In ortlor to mnko room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
StDTCaLlOSJS OT 0OJS"t S
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirfc Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Price. ....
EVERY - MAN - HIS
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
OH THE CCKK
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pegs, Swine, and Poultry.
Tho Marvelous Ilnir ltemedy which provents
JTOK bALii BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
T Neat pamphlet free on application. P. O. Uox 292, Telephone 2(J.
Hovoldlc, April 21, 1800.
Mr. O. W. Maivuilank: It niTonl me ploAMire to rt commend, i.i i iiy ouj vhoe htiir
h IkIIiu'r out, thoniobfllt. l'UTTIK'h II A lit till,. Mj liulr vtm ( n n unt at micli
n rnto n led mo tub'-liovo thxt I wnnlilKOOiibeouuiolulJ. Alter llsiu,; .lie m1 fo liveeeUrf
thia reuRCil tiituiljj liono 1 utier is now (tlmi ml. I ciinalit. r it h li t mid only
wnrtuv reiunlv lor tut. irollii 0 uiri iti" ricuwuit-nu n niiiiiuu in i'i iirw iniwui.
505 it Ymustrulv, l II l)MEI,i.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Frequent light rains such as
we aro having every day or
two has a great effect upon
the grass and you can almost
seo it grow. Tho green lawns
of Honolulu aro in strang
contrast with the whito, snow
robed gardonB of Vancouver
at this timo of year, but to
"have the lawn in Honolulu
always beautiful it must bo
RAKES and HOES,
SHEARS and SPRINK
LERS, Aro among tho things need
ed in every dwolling whore
thoro is a suspicion of a lawn
around it. If tho quality of
such things is good thoy will
not have to bo renewed as
often as when cheap ones aro
bought. We import our stock
of gardon tools from manufac
turers in England whoso re
putation for quality of goods
produced extends to tho four
corners of tho earth and tho
price is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Quo on Stroot.
HORSE - DOCTOR,
-:- STOCK -:- BEMEDIES
OF DlSHAHla t)K
If you havo pnssed our store
at night during tho past week,
you havo noticed Iiyhts burn
ing and the force of clerks at
work opening boxes and cases
nnd marking up goods. The
customers took all of the time
the cFcrks had during tho day,
nnd tho only oppoitunity we
havo had to get on with the
work, was at night.'
Lots of novelties have been
brought by recent vcssdls from
the Coast and wo aro now
ready for our spring campaign.
Tiio beauty ot nur novelties
lies in their usefulness; there's
no wear out to them nnd each
ono fills a want. Tho Primus
oil stove is tho latest good thing
to reach here, and it is destined
to revolutionize tho cooking in
dustry. It burns nothing but
keroseno oil and on tho princi
ple of gaBolino but without the
danger. The Pr.tuus will boil
wator in three minutes. .
Manns grcen-bono cutter is
not of much uso anywhere but
in tho poultry house, nnd there
it is a necessity. No othor
store in Honolulu handles this
article. Soap is wasted in tho
kitchen, unless a soap saver is
used. We havo them made of
wire that aro economic gems.
The Crown solf-basting roast
ing pans aro so well known as
not to require mention, boyond,
saying that wo soil thorn. The
same thing goes with our ico
picks nothing- liko them havo
ever been sold horo for tho
money or convenience. Ex
tension .toast forks bolong in
overy. house whoro toast is
Von Holt Block.
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