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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 25, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENEKAL.
Tlio Oillig pnrty are striving at
the Young premises, Waikiki.
Regular mooting of Loclgo lo
Frogres do l'Occnmu this evening.
A few porsnnnl eiTects of tlio
Into Minister Willis woro sold tit
auction by J. F. Morgau oil Sat
urday. Akanaliilii's storo at Hann,
Maui, was destroyed by Ore Inst
Thursday morning. Loss about
Tlio usual band concert will bo
given at Emma square this ovon
ing at 7:30. Program in another
Carl, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Ho ting, had tlio mis
fortuuo to dislocuto n thumb on
A largo number of cases of
leprosy havo been discovered in
tlio Chinatown of Los Angeles,
Tho banquet of the Scottish
XIJiDllJ VJ1UI 111 liuiiut ui u uiua
day takes placo this ovening at
Company C has a spocial moot
ing on hand for this ovoning, and
Company II has regular drill and
Tho programs for tho Sunday
band concerts at Makoo Island
distributed by tho "Wall, Nichols
Co. aro highly appreciated.
About thirty young students at
tended tho first of Mr. l'oupoe's
law lectures on Saturday evening
at tho Young Hawaiians Institute.
Two mon and ono womau woro
baptized at tho Christian church
last night. Fivo now morabers
woro received at tho moruiug ser
vice. A bill nf Halo has boon recorded
from John E. Bush to R. "W.
"Wilcox of a printing office outfit,
tho consideration named being
In the match shoot betweon
Company E's second team and
tho first of Company A, tho lattor
came out second bost. Tho scoro
was 378 to 3G0.
Thcro will bo an exhibition of
Fred Yates' portraits on Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings of this
woek at the rooms of tho Kilo
buna Art League.
Tho Bulletin is informed that
the Warrimoo did not leave
Sydney until tho 13th, and con
sequently will not be duo hero
Company E of tho Citizens'
Guard elected officers on Satur
day evening: C. B. Ripley, cap
tain; Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, first
lieutenant, and Jonathan Shaw,
Tho general committee of ar
rangements for the Military An
nexation meeting on Thursday
ovening will hold thoir first meet
ing tonight on Company A's room
at the drill shed.
Annual reports woro road at
Kawaiahao church yesterday
morning. That ol tho treasurer
showed a balance of nearly 8200
on hand after paying all tho church
expenses of the last year.
There wob a meeting of tho
Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society at Kavaiahao seminary
on Saturday ovening, at which a
great many of those interested in
missionary work were present.
An instrument has boon record
ed showing that Chas. J. Fishol
has surrendorod his leuso on tho
premises at the cornor of Fort and
Hotel otreots to E. A. Mott Smith,
trustee, for tho consideration of
Tho Missionary Gleaners' So
ciety aro to havo a meoting in tho
Central Union church parlorc,
at 2:45 this afternoon, when Rev.
J. M. Lewis and Miss Robocca
Thompson will speak on Armeni
Tho six-oared crow of tho Myr
tle Boat Club, which dofeatod tho
Hcalani crow on Regatta Day last
year, was photographed yesterday.
Ono of the boys imnciued he had
becomo handsomer sinco last year,
and wanted another sitting of the
group to do him justice
Tom Sharkey has caused twolvo
Bilyor cups to be made, on each of
which tlio words havo beon en
graved, "Presented by Thomas
J. Sharkey, Champion of tho
World." It is supposed tho horo
of tho rocont prize fight had thoso
cups made to present to his fow
Houolulu friends when he comes
down on that much heralded
V. r A, .til .t- n.n lmt..i n liMat '
H0R8 lot for sale.
Sco new announcement of tho
Templo of Fashion.
Rooms and board for two
gontlemou aro advortised.
I Tho meeting of bicyclists is
IJUBipoucu ii. i neuuuaiuiy.
W. W. Diraond advortises a
number of very useful articles.
Tho U. S. S. Alert's ball team
is on shore for practiso this after
noon. Chester Doylo is expected homo
on thoMaunaLoa tomorrow after
noon. Judge de la Vorgno is trying
three Ohineso license cases this
Officors of the Portuguoso Mu
tual Bonevolout Society uro advor
Officers of tho German Benovc
lont Society, ro-olected, aro an
A Cbiucso storo keopor was aiJ
rested obout 2 o'clock for selling
cigarettes to children.
The first catload of lumbor for
tho now Oahu plantation wont
down the railway today.
Romnants in wash materials
suitablo for suits, skirts and waists
at half prico at N. S. Suuhs.
Considerable blasting has been
dono this morning for the foun
dations of tho Einmcluth build
ing. In the polico court this morning
the Fernandos liquor case, sot for
trial today, wont ovor until tomor
row. Chas. Wilcox, secretary of tho
Board of Health, is aaiu confined
to bed, this timo with malarial
Probidont Cleveland will bo 00
years old two weoks after tho ex
piration of his prosout term of
Tho case of Ah Niu, biibory,
and Lara Poon, accossory thoroto,
comeB up in tho'polico court to
morrow. J. Freitas was arrested this
morning on complaint of Manuel
Carvalho, who charges him with
assault and battery.
An entertainment is to bo givon
by the management nud member
ship of tho Hagey Institute Club
at Y. M. O. A. hall Thursday evon
iug. Captain Harry Evans of tho
wuterfront police is tho proud
possessor of a black bohtailed
Chinese monkey, which ho thinks
will learn to talk later on.
A now wharf is to bo built by
the O. R. A L. Co., on the town
side of their present wharf. The
pressure of shipping has been too
gieat for tho existing accommoda
tion. John F. Bowler is repairing
and whitening tho walls of the
room foiinerly used as the offices
of tho Bishop estate, preparatory
to its conversion into business
Now certificates of deposit, gold
as well as silver, will probably be
issued by tho Treasury noxt
month. Tho supply is expected
to bo all on hand by an early
In spito of assertions to tho
contrary no successor to Contain
Kanao on tho polico forco lias yet
boen appointed. If any appoint
mont is mado it will likoly bo on
tho first of the month.
Thoro was very littlo business
before tho polico court tbis morn
ing. Four drunks woro fined,
ono forfeited SG bail money, and
a Japaneso haokdrivor was fined
$2 for leaving his horso untied.
C. B. Roynolds, oxecutivo officer
of the Board of Hoalth, who wont
to Wniluku on othcial business,
did not got through with it in
timoto connect with tho Glaudino,
and is oxpected by tho MaunaLoa
Tho balance of tho Pratt prem
ises at Waikiki offered for salo by
W. S. Luco, ouotioneor, is soiling
rapidly. Intouding purchasers
aro advised to mako immdiato ap
plication ore it is too lato, for it is
tho InBt and only chance to obtain
Minister Hatch had nothing of
firoeont moment to ooramunicato
rom Washington respecting Ha
waiian affairs,but tho indications
woro that tho Hawaiian question
would como up in some definito
form soon aftor McKinloy's in
auguration on Maroh 4.
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Medicines aro only usoful in
assisting nature. In diseases
that attack the throat and
lungs, cnusing emaciation and
wasting, there's no bettor
It expels tho germs of
discaso, restores wasted tissuo,
makes new blood. Agreeable
to the weak stomach. "Makes
thin people fat."
Largo bottles S1.00
Get it of
Hobron Drug Co.
King and Fort.
has touolml the lioart
aud pojkct of every
And Low be kicks
when ekirt buying
Hard to Ot.
Hard lo pleaf-e.
We're looking and
waitliiK for lilru.
The lightness of tho
pocket touoli will
touch IiIh heart
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Look at Our Bargain Lisr
Fine Straw Hats, 25c. up.
Crope Pajamas, $1 a suit.
Colored Bosom Shirts, G5c.
Ladies .Kimonos, $l 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 Street.
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Tuesday Evening, Janu
Donald V, Qualian,
The Well-known Con
Breitschuk :. Marquardt,
J3J5T" Full program to bo an
XZT Salo of roncno seats will open nt
WALL, NIOIIOI.8 CO. storo tomorrow
morning, at 9 a, m. 512-tf
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Wash Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroot : : JL-lonolulu.
pi" For 2 Weeks Only"
In order to make room for our NEW SPRING
GOOD.S, wo havo decided to clear out tlio en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
JFleg;,:raLlsjs of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Prico. ....
EVERY - MAN - HIS - DWN - HDRSE - DDCTDR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
TOB TUB CCKK Of D13EASBI or
Harass, Cattle, Shwp, Dags, Swine, and Poult:.
Tho Marvelotis Ilnir ltemocly which prevent
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
tT Neat pamphlet free on application. P. O. Bo 292, Telephone 20.
Honolulu, April 21, 1890.
Mr O. W. Mactaulank: It affords m pleasure to recommrnd, to any ono wh:i4 hat
is InllinRoat, thonroof 1)1!. I'OTTIK'm II. Ill OIL. My hair was coining ont. at such
a rato ub lodmo to believe thxt I wou Id soon booomo bald. Alter using tho oil lor fttoweqk
this OHsed entirely; none lmtevtr is nnw lulling out. I cousiit.r it tbub. stand only
worthy remedy (or UiU troab.o and al.o reoommend it as a stimulant tn new Krowtb.
605 tt Yonritruly, J.B.DANIK.
J. T. WATERKOUSE
Frequent light rains such as
wo aro having every day or
two has a great effect upon
tho grass and you cun 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
havo 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
there is a suspicion of a lawn
around it. If tho quality of
such things is good they will
jiot havo to bo rpnowcd as
often as when cheap ontb 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
price is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Wash Goods I
There, ore all kinds of kniyca
for all kinds of business, but
over been devised that will
equal a Christy. Mado of
aluminum steel, of tho same
quality as tho best saw. Un
like tho Gauss, tho Christy
bread knifo has a woodon
handle and it has other advan
Wo havo a patent trouser
creaser that surpasses even a
flit iron for keeping the trou
sers freo from "knees" anti'
wrinkles. Nothing bulky
about them and they will
hang out of tho way in any
closet. Soventy-fiva cents a
Aluminum lime and lemon
squeezers aro now as to mate
rial, but not in shape; thoir
superiority is in their cleanli
ness. Aluminum collapsible
water cupB aro light and con
venient for tho pocket
Muny fmo tables aro ruined
by careless pcoplo laying
lighted cigars on tho edges,
Tho Pendcgrast cigar holder
anQ ash receiver obviates the
damage at ;rci7 littl0 cst.
They aro dotaohablb .aml wil
fit on any tablo.
"Littlo Beauty" night lamp,"
to hang up or Btand, is an arti
cle you havo often seen advor
tised in tho magazines. Wo
handlo thorn in Honolulu and
they don't cost much.
Von Holt Block.
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