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EVENING JiULLETLN, JANUAHY 20. 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Amoricnu Loaguo mooting to
night. Domestics bolong to tlio hire
class of society.
The Choral 8ocioty lind rehear-1
sal last evening. ,
Company B. meets tonight for
business and drill.
Twenty-two per cent of British '
Boldiors are total abstainers.
The Military Annexation moot- '
ing has been declared oil. I
Tlin nnnnnl mpniinunf tlin Pnni.
fio Olub will bo hold Monday
Tho Masonic Templo squad of
tlio Citizons' Guard meets tonight
for election of oflicors, etc.
Ilawiiiian Lodge No. 21, F. and
A. M., meets tonight. There will
bo work in tho second degree
The ' pleasuro of tho Emma
square baud concert was rnarrod
last night by insufficient light.
William Daly and a Japaneso
wero fined $2 each in tho District
Court this morning for drunken
noss. Tho Govornmont band will
play in tho Queen's hospital
grounds from 3 to 5 this after
noon. Ah Kun was sont to tho reef by
Judgo do la Vergue this morning
for thirty days for opium in pos
session. Dr. Wall tho dentist has ro
movedfrom tho Arlington cottage,
Hofpl street, to tho now Lovo
The box plan for tho fnrowell
concert to Mibs Hichards will
open ut 9 o'clock tomorrow at
Mrs.Montague-Turnor will sing
a solo in tho farowell concert to
Miss Richards at the Opera House
noxt Saturday ovening.
Thirty-hundredths of an inch
of rain was registered at Frank
Brown's place on Saturday aftor
noon during the squall.
W. R. Chilton's now houso on
Miller street is coming into shape,
and gives certain promise of being
an ornament to that locality.
Tho concert given by tho Hagey
Institute, assisted by prominent
volunteers, comes off at Y. M. C.
A. hall on Thursday evoning.
Prof. Cook, tho well - known
instrumental and vocal instructor,
has movoti into ono of tho elegant
Buites of apartmouts in tho Love
Captain Hanford of tho U. S.S.
Alert entertained a numbor of tho
teachors and scholars of Oahu
college on board his vessel yester
Jordao Froitas, arrested yes
torday for assaulting ono M.
Carvalho, pleaded guilty in tho
police court this morning. Sen
Information in regard to tho
whereabouts of Pioro Rossolli di
Recagno of Savona, province of
Genoa in Italy, is requested by F.
A. Schaefor, Consul for Italy.
Tho full battalion of the U. S.
S. Alert was landed for shore
drill this morning. A tourist
took several shots at tho men with
his little camera as they passed
up Fort street.
Mrs. Angoline Kuliinu died at
8:30 this morning of pneumonia
at tho residence of Laurence Shol
don, Iwilei. Tho deceased leaves
a largo number of relatives to
mourn thoir loss.
Mow Chong pleaded guilty in
tho pnlico court this morning of
allowing sohoolchildrou to fre
quent hia coffee shop botwoon tho
hours of suusot and sunriso.
Soutenco was suspondod.
Invitations aro out to tho effect
that tho Kilohana Art Loaguo
will bo "at homo" tonight and to
morrow night from 8 to 10 p. m.,
tho occasion boing tho exhibition
of Fred Yates' pictures.
In tho suit of Robert Holbron vs.
Oahu Railway and Land Company,
an action for damages for ;tho loss of
a horse killed by an engine, Judgo
do la Vorgno has given judginont
for plaintiff for $80 damages and
In tho District Court this
morning tho case of M. Fornan
dos, tho Makiki Btorokeepor ac
cused of selling liquor, was nolle
pros.'d. His clerk thon camo for
ward aucl pleaded guilty to tho
offouso. Seutonco was suspended
until moved on by tho prosecution.
Rniltitni- ("1 V U'!1..v i'u J., tlin!
MUUI.IUI All ? lltiVd ID ... ....
J. M. Vivas is oxpocted back on
This is tho last wook to sond in
roturns of taxable property.
Socrotary Chas. Wilcox of tho
Board of Health is hotter today.
Tho solo arrest made last night
was that of a lono Japaneso
A number of tho oflicors of H.
B.M.S. Icarus woro about town
Carl Gahu, a desortor from tho
Alico Cooke, was put in quod by
Captain Harry iiivans today.
I'roRrani tit be Uiveu nt the IIb.
IIhii Opern Home.
Following is tho program for
tho concort to bo given at tho
Opora Houso this evening, com
mencing at 8 o'clock:
Song Trumpotor von Sakon-
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
Harp Solo Grando Fantasio
Mrs. Broitsohuk Marquardt.
Song Answer Robqu
Mr. H. M. Gillig.
Song A vo Maria Gounod
Miss Jessie Roovo Axtell.
Song fa Reverie Holm
Tb I Lovo and tho
World Is Mine
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
Harp Solo Chimes of Sydney
Mr. Breitsohuk Marquardt.
Mr. II. M. Gilliu.
Song a"l Summer Wooin.Lyon
lb Thou Art So Liko a
c Tlio Maiden and the
Miss Jessie Reeve Axtell.
Song Noel Adam
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
m 9 m
FIVK CKXIS WHOLE TltlP.
Continued from 1st rage.
duo by tho former decreed to bo a
fund out of which to pay tho an
nuity. The bill is dismissed and
the injunction dissolved, on tho
ground that complainant has a
remedy at law. Magoon fc Edings
for complainant; Creightou & Cor
rea for defendants.
Pursuant to this decision Piipii
laui by his attornoys, Magoon &
Edings, has had a summons issued
against Houghtailing for S1200 of
the aunuity now duo, with C. J.
McCarthy as garnishee.
Judge Carter has confirmed
Henry Smith, master's, roport on
tho account for 1895 of F. A.
Schaefor, guardian of tho Long
minors. Llia's balauco is 39050.
79, and Antonino's S9297.1G.
Amount of investments, 817,000.
Elia will becomo of nyouext July.
W. C. Peacock by his attorneys,
Kinnoy fe Ballou, has filed excep
tions to tho judgment of Judgo
Perry sustaining, on tho ground
of jurisdiction, tlio demurrer of
James B. Castle, Collector of
Customs, dofendaut to a suit for
overcharge of customs duties.
Lydia K. Kamakaia has ontered
a suit for divorce against S. K.
Kamakaia for dosertion. Tho
Slaintiff has been divorced twice
llrtd, riioiiuh Truthful.
"I understand you wero punish
ed in Bohool today, Thomas?" said
Mr. Thomas to his twelve year-old
boy. "Yes, sir," promptly roplied
tho boy. "For what?" "For tell
ing the truth, sir." "Your teaoh
or said it was for some reflection
you mado upon hor ago." "That's
tho way sho took it, father. You
see, she drew a picturo of a basket
of eggs on tho blackboard, and
while sho was out of tho room I
just wrote undor thorn : Tho hen
what mado theBe eggs isn't any
chicken !' "
It'll In u Fit.
A colored man named Woods,
tho fathor of tho two baseball
players, foil in a fit on Cerotania
streot this morning, near tho
Commercial saloon. The polico
patrol wagon wont after him and
took him to the hospital. At 2
o'olook ho was still insonsible,
there boing no change in his con
dition from tho time ho was pick
ed up. Tho attending physician
was undecided as to his ailment,
but thought most likely it was
Celebrated for Its Rrent leavening strength
and licnltlifuliicts. AMiires (lie food ni;nltit
alum and all forms of ndalterotlon common
to the clieap brands. Koyai. Hakino Tow
ncn Co , New Yohk.
No othor tonic will mako
good wholesome flesh so
fast as : : : : :
No othor preparation is so
good for delicate children,
who need building up. A
perfectly palatable prepara
tion of Cod Liver Oil with
hypopliosphites of lime and
soda. Get a circular which
gives further information.
Hobron Drug Co.
Tho Meeting of Bicyclists
and 'others interested in this
sport is postponed till
Wednesday Evening, Jan
nary 27, 1897,
AT 7:80 O'CLOCK,
At tho Chamber of Com
nierco Room. 51G-3t
Election oi Officers.
The PorttiL'tie-e Mtiiuul Iieiieflt So
ciety of Hnuuli, ut It" regular meet
ing held ut Honolulu ui the 10th iluy
of Jtiiiirv, A D. 1807, elecle I the fol
lowing Olllcers for the yrur 1H07:
J. M Vlvm President
J P. RodrliiUt-H Vtco President
! C. Fnriu Secretary
A. G. Sllvu, Jr Treasurer
DOAltU OF DIHKOl'OItS.
J. Feriiotiiiert, J. It Monlz, I F.
Meutzes, J. Q. Furia mil J it. Santos.
J. M. Goroea, A. H It Vlelra, O. F.
Rodrigueti, D. L. Vlelru uml F. It.
Tronquada. C. FARtA,
Honolulu, January 23, 18U7. 610 3t
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of tho Stockholders of
the Poople's lee. and RelrluorutiUK
Company, L'd,, held thlsilay, tbe fol
lowing olllcers wore duly elected:
J A. MeCandlees Preiddent,
J. A. Magoon Vine Pres'dont,
E. A. Junes Secretary,
D. W. Corhett .Treasurer,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
The above mined olllcers constitute
the Board of Directors.
E. A. JONES,
Honolulu, January 21, 1607.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of tho Ger
man Benevolent Society the following
Olllcers were te-eleotod :
Hon. II. A. Wldemann President
Hon. J. F. HHokfeld
Vice President and Trustee
Mr. F. Suliiiliz Treasurer
Mr. J. F. I-k:mlt Secretary
Mr. II. J. Nolte Auditor
JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,
516 St Secretary G. B. S.
Sole Agents for
STOCKTON MILLINGC0 .
anclsco OOlce, r
llfornla Streot. tf
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
Look at Our Bargain List
Eino Straw Ilats, 25c. up.
Crope Pajamas, SI 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 Embroidored Pillow
Covors, 75c. a piece.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
Money to Loan.
Ou Approved Security. Apply to
v f -m i "'r-
' ..iv r.y pti .
A. V. GEAR,
210 King street.
BIG CUT IN PRICE
Wash Goods ! Wash Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : 1-lonolulvu
BT" For 2 Weeks Only"H
In order to make room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo have decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
H.eg-a,x"c3Llos.s of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Prico. ....
Oar Large Assortment of
H Ulliiumil f
MVfe:i -a -.- -m:, ja-uH
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.rticles.
Corner Fort and Morobant Streets.
Frequent light rains such as
we are having every day or
two has a great effect upon
tho grasB and you can almost
see it grow. Tho green lawns
of Honolulu aro in strungo
contrast with tho white, snow
robed gardens of Vancouver
at this time 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 where
there 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 choap 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 tho four
corners of tho earth and tho
price is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
There are all kinds of knives
for all kinds of business, but
for cutting bread nothing haa
ever been devised that will
equal a Christy.- Mado of
aluminum steel, of the same
quality as the best saw. Un
like the Clauss, tho Christy
bread knifo ,has a wooden
handlo and it has other advan
tages. Wo have a patent trouser
crcascr that surpasses oven a
Hat iron for kegping tho trou
sers free from "knees" and
wrinkles. Nothing bulky
about them and they will
hang out of the way in any
closet. Scventy-fivo cents a
Aluminum limo and lemon
squeezers are now os to mate
rial, but not t in shapo; their
superiority is in thoir cleanli
ness. Aluminum collapsible
water cups aro light and con
venient for tho pocket
Many fine tables are ruined
by careless people laying
lighted cigars on tho edges.
Tho Pendegrast cigar holder
and ash receiver obviates tho
damage at very little cost
Thoy aro dotachublo and will
fit on any table.
"Little Beauty" night lamp,
to hang up or stand, is an arti
cle you have often seen adver
tised in tho magazines. Wo
handlo them in Honolulu and
thoy don't cost much.
Von Holt Block.