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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Iwakntni offors great bargains.
Sco what Tho Kaali is ringing
A..V. Gonr has $15,000 to lend
on good security.
Dr. Weddick and wife aro up
from Ewa today.
McObosney tfc Sons olTer Ore
gon apples in boxes at low prices.
Ex qucon Liliuokalani spent
January 9 and 10 at Niagara Falls.
The California regiment won
tho iutornational contest by 83
13ond programs for today and
tomorrow arrived too late for in
sertion.) Tbero lias boon a big advnuco
in tho prico of boof on the Faci
Minister Coopor did not como
"' lown to tho Foreign Ollico this
V .. morning.
,. The Hawaiian Quintotto Club
offors its services for all social
Members of Vancouver's chain
' gang are on a strike Thoy uro
Going starved into submission.
Keoki, convicted of truancy in
tho polico court this morning, is
ordored to appear for sentence on
Cranstoun recovered $1000
damages, out of tho $50,000 claim
ed, against tho C. A. S. Lino at
Tho stono front of the now
Irwin block on Nuuanu strcot is
ncaring complotion, tho arches of
tho socond story having been fin
ished. Colonel William McDonald of
tho First California rogimont,
who had charge of tho recent in
ternational shoot at San Francisco,
Tho high fence in front of the
now promises of Emmoluth fe Co.
on Kiug streot was removed yes
terday, and building operations
will soon commence.
Major Potter received the usual
personal advices from Chargo d'
Affaires Hastings at Washington,
with nothing of espocinl interest
bearing on international relations.
Sterling, tho painter, is pre
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. The Sydney detectives who
Easeed through this city on a
unt for murderer Butler arrived
in San Francisco on January 9
ami are tho guests of Chief of
Tho Chicago City Council has
passed an ordinance which im
poses a fine of 25 on any
Eerson woariug any kind of
oadgear during the performance
at any theatre in the city.
Now for baseball talk. Tho
Hawaiian Baseball Leaguo will
hold its initial meeting, to block
out plans for the 1897 season, at
tho Chamber of Commerco rooms
at 12:30 midday of Wednesday.
A bursted waterpipo in front of
May's grocery storo was tho caueo
of tho stream of water which flow
ed down Fort street at noon, Sup
erintendent Brown soon had a
force of mon at work repairing it.
Tho incroasiug popularity of
the Coptic among tho traveling
public is shown by her passenger
lists. Sho brought thirty cabin
Imssongors for this port alone,
jesidos a goodly number for
Ah Lin and seven other Chi
nese boys pleaded guilty in tho
polico court this morning of steal
ing articles from a nurabor of
stores, as dotailod in yesterday's
Bulletin. Sentence suspended
till moved on by the prosecution.
Blanoho Bates, tho rapidly ris
ing favorite in drama on tho Paci
fic Coast, denies in a Portland in
terview that sho is going to leavo
Frawley. An attaohe of tho Bul
letin has recoived a note from
Harry Corsou Clarke, tho clovor
cotnpdian, playing with Frawley
Mr. Pock's illustrated Ieoture
at tho Mothodist church tomorrow
evoning will introduce notablo
scones in tho careers of Joash,
Cyrus, Ezra, Queens Vashtiand
Esther, Job, Ezokiel, Daniel, Jon
ah aud Micah. These will bo pro
souted in colors on tho canvas.
"What a friend wo have in Jesus"
will bo tho oponing hymn, and
"Bock of Ages" tho closing ono
Hon. W. C. Wilder and wife aro
homo again from the Coast .
H. M. Gillig, 0. A. Sprockels
and u party of friends camo down
on tho Coptic.
Mrs. Dimond, who returned
from tho Coast yesterday, is stay
ing at tho Arlington.
Tho Scnth'nh TliinHn (Unit will
! banquet at tho Arlington on
Mondav ovonina. ""Rurnn' rlnv
W. N. Armstrong is doing edi
torial work on tho Advertiser in
tho absence of Editor Farrington.
Jaraos Wilder talked to tho
Oahu College boys yesterday
aftornoon on Borneo and its peo
ple. Information regarding tho whoro
abouts of Louise Holeno Harting
is desired by tho Imperial Gorman
Eov. II. W. Peck will spook on
tho subject, "Love With Duty,"
tomorrow morning at tho Metho
The sixth of Rov. H. W. Pock's
illustrated Biblo lectures will bo
given tomorrow ovoning at tho
Mr. and Mrs. Aloxander Young
gave a card party last evening, at
which a largo number of socioty
Captain Iliploy's company of
the Citizens' Guard moots at tho
Fort street school this ovoning for
election of officors, etc.
Managor A. J. Moore of tho
Orphum theater, San Francisco,
arrived on the Coptic last night to
look up theatrical matters.
Tho ordinance of baptism will
bo administered by Eov. J. M.
Monroo at the ovening service of
the Christian church tomorrow.
Mrs. Marquardt, Douald do V.
Grahum aud others who aro to
take part in tho concert on Tues
day ovoning arrived on tho Coptic.
Thero will bo an extra praise
service at Uentral Union Uliurcli
cmiMoy evoning. iixtra music
will bo furnished by tho choir
Miss Graco Richards will sing a
Tho Y. M. C. A. 6:30 praise
service Sunday ovening will bo
led by Mr. Stilos of tho U. S. S.
Alert. Strangers, young men and
sailors aro cordially invited to
The entire indebtedness of
Company B has beon paid off,
and tho boys will now tako a
fresh start. Theatrical entertain
ments will bo let severely alone
tor tlio prosont.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's Socioty will meet this ovon
ing at Kawaiahao Semiuary at
7:30. Tho entertainment will bo
furnished by the children of tho
Saturday evening, Jan. 30, a
complimentary farewell concert
will be tendered to Miss Richards
at tho Opera House. An attrac
tive program is being arranged
for and will soon be announced.
Rov. George W. Chalfaut.F. H.
Chalfant aud family and Miss
Charlotte E. Hawos, mission
aries, who have been visiting
Eastern relatives, are now on
route to the Orient on tho Coptic.
Company 7 of the Citizens'
Guard elected officers last night,
viz: Ed. Hingloy, captain; Ohas.
L. Brown, first lieutenant; Ohas.
Purdy, second lioutonant. Every
monitor present signed tho annex
At the morning service of tho
Christian church tomorrow Rov.
J. M. Monroe will speak on "Tho
Gospel Ministry; Who Coustituto
it?" His evoning topic will bo
"An Afflicted Nobloman and How
Ho wob Restored."
It is said that Customs Inspec
tor Morton has resigned, and will
tako a position in W. W. Dimond's
Btoro. Mr. Morton will bo suc
ceeded by Henry Potora, who has
boon in tho employ of tho Custom
ilouso for a number of years.
Tho Goldon Rule Bazaar under
tho management of its nowownor,
J. M. Wobb, seems to bo doing a
fair trado thoso dull days, but this
would bo expected when ho has
put his prices within tho roach
of all hiB show windows indicate
Gorman oitizons will celebrate
Emperor William's birthday on
Wodnosday. Consul J. F. Haok-
fold will hold a recoption at his
ofllco from 12 to 1, tho government
band being present. In tho ovo
ning thoro will bo a numbor of
private parties nnd dinners.
Celebrated for lt great lcavenlii); strength
and lualtlifulncts, AMiircs tlio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Hoval IIakino l'ow
rEn Co , New Yohk.
Cod Liver Oil
No bettor tonic in tho world.
But its tnsto and odor is
Wo have entirely over
come this in our now emul
sion which entirely robs it
of tnsto and smell.
mndo from puro Cod Liver
Oil, with hypophosphites of
limo and soda, in a foini
readily taken up by tho
system, is a wonderful tissuo
and blood builder. It makes
sound, healthy flesh.
Hobron Drug Co.
hus toiuilitil the heart
and poi'kct of every
Ami how he kicks
when tiklrt buying
time comes uroumil
Hun) to fit.
Hard to pleuxe.
We're looking und
waiting for him.
The lightness of the
pocket touch will
touch hid henrt
9 Hotel Street
Robinson Block, Hotel Btreet.
Look at Our Bargain List
Fine Straw Hats, 25c. up.
Crope Pajamas, $1 a suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, G5c.
Ladies Kimonos, 1 up.
Gents Sox, 4 pairs for 25c.
Paper Napkins, 30c. a 100.
Ladies Leather Purses, 25c.
Silk Embroidered Pillow
Covers, 75c. a piece.
Robinson Block, Hotel Btreet.
Money to Loan.
$15,000 to Loan
On Approved Security. Apply to
A. V. GEAR,
210 King Btreet.
JANUARY 23. 1897.
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
EXTRA. FAMILYA j
e nfw ponces to ;
fCt San Francisco Ofllco,
fc; 113 California Stroot. V
Tuesday Evening, Janu
Donald V. Qpalianj,
The Well-known Con
a win an
J5i?y Full program to bo an
17" Balo of reserve scats will opfn at
WALL, NICHOLS CO. storo tomorrow
morning, at 9 a.m. - 512-tf
Wash Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Streot : : Honolulu.
ff-For 2 Weeks OnlyljjJ
In order to make room for our NEW SPUING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
Hegfeti-caLloiss. of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
Tn Dnwi LengtliR, Skirt T.mgtliH and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Prico. ....
EVERY - MAN - HIS - OWN - HDHSE - EDCTOR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
FOR THE CCKB OF UHEASKS OF
Horses, CaUle, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, and Poultry.
Tho Marvelous Ilotr Keniedy which prevents
FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
RT Neat pamphlet freo on application. P. O. Box 292, Telephone 20.
Honolulu, April 21, 1890.
Mr. O. W. Macfaulane: It affords ma ploasnre to recommend, o uny ouu whoso hair
is falling out, tlio uro of DK. rOTTIE'h IIAIUOIL. My hair was coining out at Bitch
a rate as led mo to believe that I would soon beoomo hold. After using tho oil for five weeks
this ceased entirely; none whatever Is now falling out. I consider It tho best and only
worthy remedy for this trouble and aUo recommend it as a stimulant to new Krowth.
605 tf Yourstruly, J.B.DAN1EW.
Frequent light rains such as
wo arc having overy day or
two has a great effect upon
the grass and you can almost
seo it grow. Tho green lawns,
of Honolulu aro in strangn
contrast with tho white, snow
robed gardens of Vancouver
at this time of year, but to
have tho lawn in Honolulu
always beautiful it must bo
RAKES and HOES,
SHEARS and SPRINK
LERS, Aro among tho things need
ed in every dwelling where
thero is a suspicion of a lawn
around it. If the quality of
such things is good thoy will
not havo to bo renewed as
often as when cheap ones aro
bought. We import our stock
of gardon tools from manufac
turers in England whose re
putation for quality of goods
produced extends to the four
corners of tho earth and tho
price is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Wash Goods !
If you have passed our store
at night during the past week,
you havo noticed lights burn
ing and the force of clcrkB at
work opening boxes and cases
and marking up goods. Tho
customers took all of tho time
tho clerks had during the day,
and the only opportunity we
havo had to get on with the
work, was at night.
Lots of novelties haYO boei
brought by recent vessOls frSSi
tho Coast and wo aro now
ready for our spring campaign.
The beauty of our novelties
lies in their usefulness; there's
no wear out to them and 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
kerosene oil and on tho princi
ple of gasoline but without the
danger. The Primus will boil
wator in three minutes.
Manns green-bone cutter is
not of much uso anywhero but
in tho poultry houso, nnd thero
it is a necessity. No other
storo in Honolulu hnndles this
article Soap is wasted in tho
kitchen, unless a soap saver is
used. Wo havo thorn made of
wiro that aro economic gems.
Tho Crown self-basting roast
ing pans aro so woll known as
not to rcquiro mention, boyond
saying that wo sell them. Tho
same thing coes with our i
picks nothing liko them havo
over boon sold hero for thn
money or convenience. Ex
tension toastr forks belong in
overy houso whore toast is
Von Holt Block.
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