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EVENING BULLETIN. JANUARY 27 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sonator "Wilcox returned to
Kauai last night.
Tho Board of Education will
meot ibis aftornoon.
Chester Doylo got in on tbo
Mauna Loa yoetorday.
Thero is conaidorablo iiro in
Kilauoa, and tbo tourist tido ia
Chu Kun was fined $50 and
costs in tbo police court today for
opium in possession.
Tbo roception at tbo Gorman
Consulate took place betwoen 12
and 1 o'clock'tbis aftornoou.
Police Court Clerk Cuelbo went
homo sick yesterday aftcrnoou,
but is reported much bettor today.
Dr. Averdam of tbo Pacifio
Fertilizing "Works bas gono to
Tbo government band will play
at tbo Executive building tbis
aftoruoon, commencing at 4
Hollister&Co. have a new stylo
of pipe wbiob effectually bars
nicotine from tbe mouth. Smokers
should soo it.
' Tbe Kilohana Art League
rooms will bo opon to tho general
Sablic from 3 to 5 this aftornoon.
o charge for admission.
Thore are fow town residence
properties moro desirablo than
that of E. It. Hendry, which is
now offered for rent or salo.
Out of nino Chinese gamblers
up for trial in tbo polico court this
morning threo wero fined S10 each
and costs and tbe others let go.
Auctioneer Morgan and Dr. A.
B. Jtowat woro among tbo coming
coffco magnates who came up
from Hawaii on yestorday's
Ben Zablan, tho deputy mar
shal's effioiont clerk, olHoiated as
clerk of tho polico court today
owiug to tho indisposition of Mr.
Health officer Reynolds re
turned from a trip to Maui by tbo
Mount Loa yestorday, having
boon absent on Board of Health
Tho government band played in
front of the German consulato
from 11 to 1 o'clock today iu honor
of the birthday of the German
Next Saturday will see tho
finish of tho threo months' shoot
ing contest among tbo polico for
a gold medal. So far Officor
Chamberlain is in tbo lead.
Tbo pumping station at Uore
tania and Alapai stroets has been
fitted with a flagpole, and can now
sport tho national colors on re
quired occasions like othor public
Tho board of managers of tho
Hawaiiau Society of the Sons of
the American Revolution will
meet in tho session room of the
Central Union Church after ser
vice at 8:30 o'clock this ovening.
In the polico court this morn
ing much time was taken up with
tbo trial of Ah Sam, accused of
assaulting Hulupuii with a pioco
of iron piping about 10 feet long.
The defendant was found not
Tho annual meeting of tho Y.
W. 0. T.U. will bo heldThurs
day, January 28, at 3 p. m., at the
home of Mrs. E. Vf. Jordan. All
young ladies interested in tem
perance work are cordially invited
to be present.
The adjourned meeting of
wheelmen in relation to tho Ko
walo bioyclo traok takes placo
this evening at tbe rooms of tbo
Chamber of Commerce. It is
likely another bioyolo club will bo
Tbos. Pryco Jr., the old time
ball player, has beon in tbe hos-
Sital for sorao time. His lifo was
t ospairod of for a fow days, but he
is now on the mend. A visit from
soma of his athletic friends would
undoubtedly cheer him up.
Captain Harry Evans has boon
rounding up deserters today. Ho
has one Japanoso from tho Lur
lino and one Boaman from tho
Henry B. Hydo under arrest,
while two othors from tho Hitch
cook aro held for investigation.
Jacob, the eldest son of B.
Ordenstein, immediately on Ret
ting vacation from Kamehameha
School wont to work with E. 0.
Rowo, painter, at excellent pay
for a boy. This is only ono of
many instances of tho value of
that institution to young Hawai-ians.
A notice to delinquent taxpayers
apppars by authority.
Thero will bo no meeting of tho
Board of Health today.
Chas. Wilcox, secretary of tho
Board of Hoalth, it is gratifying
to noto, is still on tbo mond.
Tbo annual meeting of tho
Catholic Ladios' Bonovolent So
oiety will bo held on Friday as
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
offioo Cottogo No. 100, Alakoo
Btroet, tolpphono No. 015. Oflioo
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tho horses at Wailuku, as Exo
cutivo Officor Keyuolds of tho
Board of Hoalth ronorts. aro worse
l stricken with iniluouza than tho
oquino race in Honolulu.
Kaiser Wilholm's jubilee cup,
to be raced for by British yaohts
next summer on tho occasion of
his grandmother's reign of sixty
years, is thruo feet high. The
course of tbe race will bo from
Dovor to Heligoland.
Tho Sharpshooters will com
poto for company badgeB, also for
tho regular medals, next Saturday.
On tho same day thoir 600 yard
range will be in readiness for
practise. It is said to bo satis
factory in every respect.
ISLAND OF 1IAWMI.
Nome Indanrlnl Items Knah
Tho following items aro from
last Saturday's Hilt) Tribuno:
Although nearly every foreignor
(Portuguese English, American
and otliors) in Humakua is in pos
session ol a hoiiicstoud, still tho
demand ai.d rush for roflVe lnnds
is kept up. This rush is not only
caused by locul demand, but non
district residouts are eutoriug tho
Manager O. 0. Konnody, of
Wainkea Mill Company, rocuived
by tho last Roderick Dim a pas
senger car, which he intends to
placo on tho railway running
through his plantation. Tho car
is ono of tho old North Beach
tramway oars from San Francisco
and is capable of accommodating
twenty persons. Tho car will be
uped by Mr. Kennody to convey
visitors over tho ostuto and dur
ing rainy weather will servo to
convoy goods to tbo different
The new mill lately put up for
the Onomea Sugir Companv at
Pupaikou was tested last Friday
wt-ek and everything ran in good
sliaoe. Mr. Goodule, tho planta
tion's very effio'ont manuger, is
thoroughly satisfied with the now
plant. The I'upaikou mill ranks
with tbo brst among tho sugar
mills of the Islands.
After tbo coming crop tbo Ookn
la Plantation will insert an electric
dynamo to light tho mill b uld
ingsand out-lmusos. Lnupahoehoe
Sugar Co., and Ilaloilmi will follow
suit und introduce oh-otrio lights.
This will be done bo that during
tho grinding season ('which is now
reachiug tho eleven-months mark)
work muy bo curried on day and
Tho Hilo Tribuno agricultural
exhibit reooived during tbo week
from Olau some fino spooimons of
oitrus fruit, grown in that locali
ty, and of a quality wbioh shows
that tha very best can be grown
on tho Islands; which, if grown to
any extent, would not plucit tho
Islands in tho importers' list as
far as oitrus fruits ure concerned.
Tho fruits sent down wore grown
by Mr William Nailima at 15
miles in Olaa, und consist of a
beautiful citron weichinc bv ac
tual count L? pounds, a cuuplo of
fine limoB as good as any grown
in Southern California, and a
lomon commonly called Portu
guese lemon, which appears to bo
a cross betwoen the citron and
lemon. Parties who havo soon
the products havo expressed their
admiration uf the sumo.
Thero is butter and thore is
buttor but thero is no buttor that
arrives in Honolulu so swoot and
fresh as tho Mikilua and Waianao
Buttor. Its rapid transit by rail
direct from tho dairy to tbo Pala
ma Grocery's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposite tho
rnilwiiv dnnnf nnnlilna no in
handle it to the best advantage
rso wonder wo aro uomg euch a
largo buttor business, when wo
nro solliug this fiuo buttor at 35c.
por lb. Palaraa Grocory, oppo
ses Railway Depot, King street.
IIIIXIIM) AND llllll.tj.
t'o. II I'lnrrd on n Gond I'uiiIIiik Col
Company B bad tho best turn
out it has in months last night.
Boforo drill, a short business
meeting was hold. Sergeants
Atherton, Hagenrup and Woodon
and Corporal Foster rocoived
thoir appointments in goneral
ordors, which wero road at tho
meeting. Captain Whito said tho
company was out of debt as far as
outsido mattora woro concerned,
and the money loanod by himself
would bo all paid un iu two
, mouths' time with tho regular
monthly allowauco from the uov-
eminent. Ho was glad to boo tho
renowed interest shown by tbo
boys and good attendance at
Tho following resolution was
read by Captain Whito and ap
proved by tho Company:
"To Col. R. H. McLean, Lato
Col. commanding First Regiment,
N. G. H.:
"Whoreas, We, tho officers and
members of Co. B, N. G. H., hav
ing been officially notified of your
resignation from tho command
of the First Regimont, N. G. H.,
and your probable early doparture
from tbeltopublic; therefore, bo it.
'Resolved, by Co. B, N. G. H.,
in special meeting assembled, that
wo fully appreciate all efforts
mado by Col. R. H. McLoan to
establish tho N. G. H. upon a
better military and business basis
and our best wishos go with Col.
McLean for his prosperity and
happiness wherever bo may bo."
Beforo tho meeting was ad
journed, Private Edwards pro
posed three cheers for tho Cap
tain, which were given heartily
by tbo "braves in bluo." Tho
following new members woro
elected: H. D. Sloggett, 0. J.
McCaudless, A. K. Lewis.
Lieut. Col. Fishor, who was
present at tho moetiug, addressed
tho company when it had formed
for dull. He hoped that Co.
B would build up to its formor
standing, and he took much in
terest in the matter, having beon
commander of Co. B in tho old
Honolulu Rifles. Ho had expect
ed to soo a subsoription list
brought round to military head
quarters, bnt as it did not appear,
he would offer $20 to B to help
pet it out of the financial hole.
Tho Colonol then said that he
would havo a stand of arms kept
in tho drill Bhed horeafter, which
would do away with tho carrying
of arms about the streets nt night
by the volunteers, and wero to bo
ued by tho different companies
on thoir regular drill nights.
Uniform could also bo loft at the
A short drill was then had on
the parade ground.
PICII'IU OtllLK PKOJECTN.
Claims by lllvnl Companies llclore
Washington, Jan. 11. Chair
man Bonnett's Committeoon Inter
state and Foreign Commerce has
asked tho Rules Committeo for
a day for consideration of tho
Pacific cable bill, now on tho
House calondar. This bill is ono
introduced last session by Mc
Oormick, and reported after
matorial changes. It is known as
the ScrymBer bill or tho New
York Cable Comnanv mnnmir- in
distinguish it from the Spalding,
or now dorsoy uaulo Company
measure, reintroduced rnnnntlv Uv
Bennett said ha did not nlnen
much stress on tho nrgumont that
Spalding had tho only franohiso
for land in Hawaii, as tho United
Statos now owns Pearl harbor
and suroly has tho right of com
munication with its possession.
Also as tho Spalding franchise
uiuiruu ill iuiiv it Hnflmn imnnoai.
ble that tho cable will bo laid by
that timo. General Swayno of
Now Tork will appear boforo tho
committeo on Friday in behalf of
Spalding. Bennett sayB that any
thing brought out then may bo
used on the floor against tho Now
York bill, and if it is beaten tho
committee will then consider tho
Spalding bill. Bonnott iB hopeful
of favorable action by tho Houso
on tho measure.
Thn Annnul Mpntlnn. nf Mm rnll.ll
Lndles'Bonevolent Society will lie held
ut the Convent, Friday, Junuary 29,
nt Q n'nlnnlr .. .v, I,'.. 11 1. ...... .1.. . I
M v.wn ,., ut. A-iui nuuuuuiruu is i
requested. 618-2t J
Celebrated for It Rrcat leavening strength
anil licaltlifulnets. Assured tho food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. Royal Hakino Fow
I)eii Co , New Yoiik.
Cod Liver Oil
No bettor tonic in tho world.
But its tasto and odor is
Wo havo entiroly over
cOmo this in our now emul
sion which entirely robs it
of tasto and smell.
mado from puro Cod Liver
Oil, with hypophosphitcs of
limo and soda, in a form
readily taken up by tho
system, is a wonderful tissuo
and blood builder. It makos
sound, healthy flesh.
Hobron Drug Co.
Kobluson Block, Hotel Street.
Look at Our Bargain List
Pino Straw Hats, 25c. up.
Crepe 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 Street.
The Meeting of Bicyclists
and others interested in this
sport is postponed till
uary 27, 1897,
AT 7:80 O'CLOCK,
At the Chamber of Cotn
morco Room. 516-3t
Eleotion of Officers.
At the annual meeting of tho Ger
man Benevolent Society the following
Oflkert) were re-eleotel:
Hon. II A. Wldemann PreeMont
Hon. J. F. Huokfelil
Vice Preafdout und Trustee '
Mr. F. Bt'liultze Tn-usurer
Mr. J. F Eokarrtt Seorelury
Mr. H. J.Nolte Auditor
JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,
510 2t Secretary G. B. 8.
Money to Loan.
On Approved Security. Apply to
A. V. OEAB,
210 King street.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
For 2 Weeks Only"
In order to make room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out tho en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
Heg:a,x"caLlosjs of Oost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Prico
all pipe smoker
Our Large .Assortment of
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.r tides.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Frequent light rains such as
we aro having overy day or
two has a great effect upon
the grass and you can almost
see it grow. Tho green lawns
of Honolulu aro in strangn
contrast with tho whito, snow
robed gardens of Vancouver
at this timo 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 overy dwelling where
there is a suspicion of a lawn
around it. If tho quality of
such things is good they will
not havo to be renewed as
often as when cheap ones aro
bought. Wo import our stock
of gardon'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.
i. T. WATERHOUSE
Wash Goods !
There are all kinds of knives
for all kinds of business, but
for cutting bread nothing has
over been devised that will
equal a Christy. Made of
aluminum steel, of tho same
quality as tho best saw. Un
like tho Clauss, tho Christy
bread knife has a wooden
handle and it lias other advan
tages. Wo havo a patent trouser
crenser that surpasses even ft
flat iron for keeping the trou
sors free frotii "knees" and
wrinkles. Nothing bulky
about them and they will
hang out of tho way in any
closet. Soventy-fivo cents a
Aluminum limo and lomon
squeezers aro now as to mato
rial, but not in shape; their
superiority is in thoir cleanli
ness. Aluminum collnpsiblo
water cups nro light and con
venient for tho pocket,
Many fino tables aro ruined
by careless peoplo laying
lighted cigars on tho edgeB.
Tho PendegraBt cigar holder
and ash receiver obviates tho
damage at very little cost
Thoy nro detachable and will
fit on any tabic
"Little Beauty" night lamp,
to hang up or stand, is an arti
cle you havo often seen adver
tised in tho magazines. Wo
handlo them in Honolulu and
thoy don't cost much.
Von Holt Block.
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