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EVENING DULLETIH, JANUA11Y 22. 18!)7.
LOCAL AND GENKUAL
It. F. Lnugo loft on tlio Kiiiau
Voollor & Co. rocoivo froah gro
corios by cnch atoninor.
Don't miss StirntoRa wlinn you
visit tlio beach. Fine lunuh nwuila
Eoynl Aroh Ohnptor of tbo Ma
sonic order clouted officers last
tbo liorotania Tenuis club's courts
xiiu Kkuiuo iittiu uunnconiuu ul
Membors of tho Methodist
cbuicb enve Kev. H. W. Pouk
surpriso party laHt evening.
B. F. Schoen, of the firm of
Richards fc tichoeu, left for bis
homo in IIilo by this morning's
Tho officers of tho Annexation
Club aro requested to moot nt
headquarters at i o'clock this
There will bo a special meoting
of tbo American League this ovon
ing to fill somo vacancies among
vu niogun uuuiwi, uiiuKu.
truant, p ended guilty in the no-
Doraingos Gomes, a Portuguese
lice court this morning. Sontonco
Tho Temple of Fashion is offer
ing fiuo Irish linens, pink, blue
and groon, double width, 10 yards
for one dollar.
Aucust Ahrous, manager for tho
"YYaianae Sugar Co., has accoptod
tbo position of manager for the
Oabu Sugar Co.
Judgo Perry and somo of tbo
lawyers interested lmvo gone to
Waul j i tli.i tmrning to tnko the
testimony ot a bick wituets.
J. J. Egau moved into his own
now castle on Prospect street yes
terday. It commands ono of tbo
finost views to bo had in residen
There is trouble betwoeu E. H.
F. Woller and hid contractor,
Peter High, over tho composition
of tbo plaster on certain walls in
bis new building.
Tho first wedding at the now
Portuguese church took placo last
eviiiug when John Curruira und
Maggio Sylva were married by
Rev. A. Y. Soares.
Tho trial of M. Fornandes,
Poituguese iiloiekeepar, lor
ing liquor without a Hcon&o,
again postponed by Judco do la
Yergno this morning until next
Executive officer 0. A. Brown
of the Annexation Club Bays that
native Hawaiians aro signing the
rolls of the club in large numbers,
which is both surprising and
gratifying to tho officers.
Editor Sparrow of tho Hilo
Tribuno roturucd homo by this
morning's steamer. His pnpor
will bo oulargod from six to
eight pages. The Bulletin hope
it will soon bo turned into a daily.
Robert W. Wilcox rodo to "Wui
nlua on bis gray charger today.
Ho has business thero with his
namesake, W. Luthor Wilcox,
who holds a judicial commission
to partition land in that dis
trict. Shares of a took sold by Auc
tioneer Moraran yesterday roalizod
the following prices: Union Feed
Company S70 por share, Paia
c r i!i7cn ni....i.. Q?n
Sugar Co. $137.60, Olowalu S79,
Wuimanalo $122 CO, WaianaoSlCS,
Vory little business was done in
the polico court tbis morning.
Tho opium chargo againt Chong
Took was nolle pros.'d, that of Ah
ilun set for trial on tuo zutu.
Chong Hung's trial for tho samo
offenso comes off on tho 27th
At timos thero aro as many as
forty or fifty people bossing tho
job of laying the water pipes on
King street, but Superintendent
Brown's equanimity aoos not ap
pear to bo disturbed as long as
they don't got inside tho trenches.
Tho People's Ice and Refrigera
ting Co., Ltd., has elected tho fol
lowing oilioors, who constitute tho
board of directors: J. A. Mc
CaudlosSj prosident, J. A. Mugoon,
.vice president; E.A. Jones, eecro
tary; D. W. Corbott, treasurer; T.
W. Hobron, auditor.
Messrs. Johnson and Thaanuni,
formerly engaged in tho art pres
ervative in this city but now cul
tivating ooffeo on tho plantation
of Mansou & Co. at Olaa, have in
vented and sot up an oarthqunke
register at the plantation. Two
light shocks only have boon
notod iu the past fow weeks.
JntnPR Anld, thn vutcrnn printer, '
is ablo to hp nboiit town. ,
Tbo Kitinu took threo pnssung-1
ore for tbo Volcano today. i
Philip Peck, tbo Olaa coffoo ,
planter, left for the big island to-1
Tax returns under tbo now law
must bo made tbJB month, excopt
on rico crops.
Tbo flliubt iranrovomont noted
1 in Mr. J. II. Paty's condition yes-
ion iay continues louay.
I W. It. Farrington, editor of tbo
! Advprtiser, and his wito loft on
, mo iilDnu tu,a morning.
A coatmc of coment Jr being j
put over tue uorul stops loading
to tho old Honolulu Hale. I
The Executivo Council at this
morning's conference dotormined
some public lands matters.
Mrs. Dr. Wood and Mrs. Dr.
Day wore ninoiip; outgoing pac
songors on tho Kiuau today.
Captain Harry EvanB of tbo
harbor polico picked up a couple
of deserting suitors this morning
und thoy are now todtiug easy in
tho polico station.
A nativo policeman was exbibi-
ti curiosity at tbo station
hoBQ Mb moraine. It was a
fine carved walking cano mndo
out of bono from tho mouth of
a sperm wbalo.
Tho barometer was quito low
yesterday, but wnB rising slowly
this morning, indicating somo at
mospheric changes. Tho Bulletin's
weather prophet says very little
rain need bo expected for weeks.
Dr. R. B. Williams has resign
ed the position of Government
physician at Hilo. Dr. W. L.
I IWooro ' a Iiern nppomted his
successor. Dr. Williams will con
tinue to be Poit physician for
Superintendent Brown of the
Waterworks has about thirty mon
engaged in laying tbo now water
mains. Their pny ranges from $1
to $i por day. Ho expects to got
tluougb with iLe present job in
about a month unless coral is
struck in excavating.
Y. Al. C. A. WKCIUSTRl.
Htarti na a Frch Carotr With
Thero was a businoss meeting of
tbo Y. M. 0. A. Orchestra yestor-
i day fiveuing, H. F. Wichmuu pre
W. A. Lovo, treasurer, present
ed his report, showing a balanco
of nearly $19 in the funds.
Wray Taylor, secre'ary, report
ed that fivo musicians sought ad
mission to tho orchestru.
A general talk resulted in a
decision to begin rehearsals next
Thursday evening. H. Ueitmuu
will resume tho role of leader.
After businoss had been (lis
patched a jolly good rehearsal
was held, four or fivo solections
Tbo Temple of Fashion is again
courting the wary dollar. Mr.
Silva intends, bowovor, to do it
in a legitimate way. His modus
operandi will bo by offering the
very latest goods at prices that are
reasonable. Specialties will bo
introduced, through the columns
of tbo papers, each week and the
I jio in general are invited to noto
i r . , tt i.
mines in particular mm tuo puu
tho prices quoted. His specialty
this week in fine Irish linens,
doublo width, and they aro for
salo at 10 yards for ono dollar.
Coiitrnrts fur ICciiih Itoudn.
Several sections of road in
North Kona and South Koua have
j been awarded to contractors as
Soc. 1, J. White, $2500; 2, J.
White, S2500; 3. not awarded; i,
M. F. Scott, 2100; 5, J. Kaolema
kulo, $2100; G, Jos. Madoiros,
S2700; 7, Jos. Madeiros, 8100; 8,
Hui o Kahaluu, $2040; 9, LuiB
Vasconcelles, S2200; 10, L. P. Lin
coin, $1400, with wall added at
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of tho Stockholders of
tho People's lee ami Refrigerating
Company, IVd., held this day, ttie fol
lowing ofllcera were duly elected:
J A. McCaudless President,
J. A. Mugoon Vice President,
E. A. Jon en Secrotnry,
D. W. Corbett .Treasurer,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
Tho above immrd ndluers constitute
the Board of Dlreotors.
13. A. JONE3,
Honolulu, January 21, 1897.
Celebrated for Its crc.it Icnvinlnj; strength
nnn hunltuiulneft. Aenrcn the (noil against
nliini and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap hrands. Itoi ai. Hakino Pcm
deb. Co , New Yoiik.
No othov tonic will make
good wholesome flesh so
fast as : : : : :
No other preparation is so
good for delicate children,
who need building up. A
perfectly palutublo prepara
tion of Cod Liver Oil with
liypopbosphitcs of lime and
soda. Get a circular which
gives further information.
Hobron Drug Co.
Nw landing from Baik
"li. P OliHiey." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
fft& Suitable for all Stfira pur
poses. This Coul is also u favorite for
In quantities to suit.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
tW Full Weight guaranteed. De
livered free to any part of the city.
By Each Btoanior.
Table .". Delicacies
A specialty at
VOELLER & CO.'S,
26 Boretania Street, Waring Blook.
Iffir Telephone G80 -fl
The Annual Meeting of tho Gor
man BenevnlMiit Society will take
place at the OluVe or H, Huakfeld &
Co., on Saturday, Jan. 23, at 10
o'clock a. m
J. F. ECICARDT,
513 2t Secretary.
Cast! e& Cooke
Sole Agents for
t t -iA
San Francisco Ofllca,
US California Street. M
thtfT ihfrl mW-
Tuesday Evening, Janu
Donald Y. Qpalianj,
The Well-known Con
KiST Full program to bo an
13T Snlo of roscrvo seats will open at
WALL, NICHOLS CO. storo tomorrow
morning, at 0 a; m. 512-tt
Wasli Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Eort Stroot : : I-lonolulu.
"For 2 "Weeks Only"
In order to mnko room for nur NEW SPRING
GOODS, wc have decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on linnd.
3Fteg,a,x"ca.lesss of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Prico. ....
EVERY - MB.N - HIS - OWN - HDHSE - UDCTDR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
ron the cure
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, and Faultiy.
Tho Marvelous Hair Homeily which provouU
FOll SALE BY
Dn - A - Cr,
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
RT Neat pamphlet Irco on application. P. O. Itox 202, Tolephouo 2d.
Honolulu, Apr-1 21, 1800.
Mr. O. W. Mactaiilane: It bfforiU tn plnisuie ta recomniuul, vo hu oiiu whoso hair
Is iHllinnout, tho use of 1)11. I'OTTIE'.n IIMIMIU.. My hair wn comiuK oat at suoh
a rato as led me to brlievo that I would soon becomu b.ilil. After using tho oil fo .five eoki
thin censeil entirely; uono whatever iu now lulliutt out. I coniiici. r It tho brat nnil only
worthy remedy for thU troub o anil aUo recommend it an a Htimulatit tn new uruwth.
fcoStf Vonrslruly, JUOXNlELrt.
J T. WATERHOUSE
Frequent light rains such as
wo arc having every day or
two has a great effect upon
tho grass and you can almost
seo it grow. Tho green lawns
of Honolulu aro in strange
contrast with tho white, snow
robed gardons of Vancouver
at this time of year, but to
have tho lawn in Honolulu
always beautiful it must be
RAKES and HOES,
SHEARS and SPRINK
LERS, Aro among tho things need
ed in every dwelling where
thoro is a suspicion of a lawn
around it. If tho quality of
such things is good thoy will
not have to bo renowed as
often as when cheap ones aro
bought. We import our stock
of garden tools from manufac
turers in England whoso re
putation for quality of goods
produced extends to the four
corners of tho earth and tho
prico is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Wash Goods !
- : - STOCK -:- EEMEDIES
or dihkaskh ov
- A.ISI - j - .2jT33,
If you have passed our store
at night during tho past wdeV,
you have noticed lights burrn
ing and tho forco of clerks a
work opening boxes und cases
and marking up goods. The
customers took all of the time
tho clerks had during tho day,
and the only opportunity we
have had to get on with the
work, was at night.
Lots of novelties havo been
brought by recent vessels froin
tho Coast and wo aro now
ready for our spring campaign.
The beauty of our noveltieft
lies in their usefulness there'e
no wear out to them and each
ono fills a want. Tho Primus
oil stave is tho lai est good thing
to reach here, and it is destined
to revolutionize the cooking in
dustry. It burns nothing but
kerosene oil and on tho princi
ple of gasoline but without the
danger. Tho Primus will boil
water in three minutes.
Manns green-bone cutter is
not of much use anywhero but
in tho poultry house, and there
it is a necessity. No other
store in Honolulu handles this
article. Soap is wasted in tho'
kitchen, unless a soap saver is'
used. Wo have them made of
wire that aro economic gems.
Tho Crown self-basting roast
ing pans aro so woll known ns
not to requiro mention, beyond
saying that wo sell thorn. Tho
samo thing goes with our ico
picks nothing like them havo
ever been sold hero for tho
money or convenience. Ex
tension toast forks belong iu
overy houso whore toast is
Von Holt Block. . .
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