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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1607.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Senator II. P. Baldwin is in the
A. V. Gear has $85,000 to loan
-on good socurtty.
Dr. J. K. Smith of Koloa';
Kauai, is in the city.
W. E. Rowell has sprontod co
coanuts ready to transplant for
The Australia is expected to put
in an appearanco tomorrow after
noon. Paul Isonberg Sr. and Otto
Isonberg arrived on tho Olautliuo
F. W. Glndo, assifltant manager
of the Iiekaha plantation, is over
0. A. Spreckols returned from
his Mntii plantation yesterday by
August Droior, who owns and
manages tho Eleolo plantation, is
over from Koloa.
. A. S. Wilcox of Hanatnaulu I
r plantation camo over from Kauai
on tho W. G. Hall.
Hon J. A Gummins entortained
Col. McLean and othors at dinner
yesterday afternoon. ,
Water colors and Oil colors in
sots suitable for Xmas presents.
King Bros., Hotel stroot.
, Tho semi-monthly circular of
the Hawaiiau Mercantilo Agoncy
was issued this afternoon.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will hold a mooting at tho Central
"Union church at 2:30 p. m. tomor
Government baud will play at
Emma square this evening at the
usunl hour. Program in another
W. W. Dimond has a supply of
tho finest grade of carpentor's
tools obtainable in tho eastern
On tho arrival of tho Australia,
tho Criterion saloon will servo
oyster cocktails, tho famous tem
Mr. Coulter, a nophew of Mrs.
T. D. Garvin, wtfo wont to Japan
for roliof from lung disease, died
in that country.
The Quintette club will play at
the Hawaiian hotel tonight during
dinner, after which thoro will be
dancing on tho lanai.
Dr. J. T. Wayson has, owing to
increasing practiso, romoved his
office into the Allen cottage in
Richards, near King street.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Pioneer Building au Loan
Association takes place this even
ing at tho usual hour and place.
A detachmout of about eighty
men from tho British warship at
tended the 11 o'clock sorvice at
St. Andrew's cathedral yesterday.
J. S. Muirhoad is over from Ha
makuapoko plantation, where ho
has been doing some repairs to
steam plows and other machinery.
Among returning passengers by
tho Claudino ypstorday were O.
Bolt of M. S. Grinbaum & Co. and
F. M. Swanzy of Th'eo. H. Davies
A. G. S. Hawes, tho British
Commissioner, will give a recep
tion and dance on Thursday even
ing to tho captain and ofiicers of
H. M. S. Icarus.
Tho regular mouthlv raeetine
of tho Honolulu Road Club will
bo held at thoir clubhouse tomor
row ovouing at 7:30 o'clock. A
full attondanoe is requested.
Tho regular monthly mooting
of tho Young Men's Christian As
sociation takes place this evening,
when reports of ofiicers aud com
mittees will be read and other
Inspector General H. S. Town
send will by roquoBt furnish tho
Commissioner of Eduoation at
Washington with data of tho Ha
waiiau national school system and
its rocont working.
Officers of tho Hawaiian Eloo
trio Company, olectod on Satur
day, ato: W. G. Irwin, presideut;
J. A. Hopper, vioo-prosidont;
Godfrey Brown, treaBuror;vW. M.
Giffard, secretary; J. F. Haokfeld,
auditor theso constituting tho
board of directors.
A farowoll supper and reception
was givon by Mr. and Mrs. Gilli
land of Waianao to August Aureus,
who latolv rosicned tho manace-
rupnt of tho Waianao plantation to
tako that of tho new Oahu bugar
Company. About 150 guosts, in
cluding many from this city were
Tho Wakanoura Mam will leavo
at 2 p. tn. tomorrow for Seattle
Ohas Hustuco opened up busi
ness in his ofiico in the Carapboll
block this morning.
There is a meeting of tho Exe
cutive Council this afternoon, liko
ly to last until tho Bulletin goes
Tho trans-pacific Bteamor Wa
kanoura Maru will sail for Seattle
tomorrow at 2 p. in. Irwin & Co.
aro tho agents.
Charles Wilcox, soorotary of tho
Board of Health, is ablo to attend
to his duties again aftor a sovere
attack of fovor.
Officor Chamberlain won tho
polico medal contest, coming out
ton points ahead of Officer Piuo
haka, who was second.
Hon. Cecil Brown will mako
tho loadiug'address at tho Annex
ation Club meeting tomorrow
night in tho drill buocI.
Tho polico court calendar' today
was tho smallest on record for a
Mouduy. Thoro woro only six
uruuks on tne list, all of whom
received tho usual. liuo.
Thoro are very closo to 6000
names on tho revised roll of the
Annoxation Club. Six hundred of
theso, mostly native, aro rocont
additions to membership.
Attendance in tho public schools
of Hawaii has increased ton per
cent, the past year. Thoro is a
corresponding increase in tho at
tendance of private schools.
At tho administrator's sale hold
by J. F. Morgan today, tho house
and lot of tuo lato Q. Fernandas
on Magazine Btreut wus bought by
Major J. W. Prutt for S1G00.
The judges on tho Kowalo lako
nominations me;t at -1 o'clock.
Mr. Weedon is having tho sub
mitted uames typewritten separate
from tho names of thoir authors.
Tho Graham -i Marquardt con
cert company will givo another
performuueo at tho Opera Houso
next Saturday ovuniug. Popular
prices will provail: S1.00. 75o. and
Tho total expenses of tho rocont
January term of tho Fourth Cir
cuit Court at Hilo, over which
Judges Carter and -Hitchcock
presided, amounted to $561.15
From daylight till dark on Sat
urday tho Sharpshooters banged
at all four of thoir 200 yurd targets.
Good avorago scoring was done.
Tho. 500 yard target was not quito
ready for action.
Hon. Paul Isonberg, wifo and
family will leave for Germany by
the S. S. Doric on tho 7th iust. By
the same steamer Mr. P. R. Ison
berg and wifo will leave for San
Frauciaco ou a short visit.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY
MOLDS A XKW YEAwt'N 11EGKP
TION AT IIS lMltLOKH
Uon Kim nn.l Ah Kunl, rrmldoilt
and Vice I'rt'Nldciil ot- tho Society,
Ilccclre 'iiniroiiw Uurxtii,
The annual recoptiou in com
memoration of tho Now Year was
givon from 12 to 2 today at tho
parlors of tho United Chinoso
Society on King street. By tho
courtesy of Minister Cooper tho
govornmout band was stationed
on the baloony and enlivened tho
occasion with appropriate music'
I ho guests were received at tho
head of tho stairs and ushered in
to the main room, whore thoy paid
thoir rospects to Goo Kim, tho Chi
nese cousular agont and president
of tho United Chinese Society, and
Ah Kwai,tho vice-president. Asso
ciated with them in receiving
guests and dispensing that hospi
tality for whioh tho Chinoso nro
noted, wero Chang Kim, secretary
of tho society, aud D.L. Akwai, L.
Ahlo, H. A. Hoen, 0. Wynam aud
many other leading Chinoso oiti
zons. To those who called a
splondid luncheon, consisting
of cold turkoy, ohiokon and ham
sandwiches, lettuce salad, ice
cream and cakos aud Chinoso
Bweotmeats woro offorod, with
champagno or tea to wash down
tho edibles with, while tho smilos
and politeness of tho hosts mado
evoryono feol wolcorao.
Tho dais of tho reception room
was tastefully ornamented with
royal palms and forus in pots,
Celebrated for It Krclt leavening strength
ami liealtliriilncig. Assures the food nc;nliit
alum mid all forms of adulteration common
to the ebeop brands. llurAL Hakino Vow
dkk Co , New Yohk.
Don't be 'a
Don't look on the dark side.
Don't believe ovorybody to bo
a humbug. Don't think 'be
cause you havo found other
emulsions of Cod Liver Oil to
tasto fishy and nauseating that
tastes di-ngrceablo. It is
perfectly palatable. Anyono
can tnko it, especially children.
It is not u nostrum. It ap
peals to intelligent people.
Hobron Drug Co.
Building1 7 Lot
Situated on the 8011th corner of
Beretaula and River street, 100 feet
on eBuli ttreeij It will be out of Ibt
best location for btislneBS within u
WILL BE 80LD CHEAP.
gW For further part leu law, op
ply to W. O AC HI & CO.
Election of Ofiicers.
At the Annual M-etlilt; of the Ha
waiian Eefirl. CiiiiiiMiiiy, LM.liclil
Jauury30. 1897, tliefolllti; Mock
lidliliTK wore e-tctoil to retvn um Ofll
cerx during the ou-uIiik jear, viz :
PresWeut W. G Irwin
VicoiPr-ai'iHiii J. A Honpttr
Treasurer Gmlfiey Brown
riecrrtary v M, GinV.I
Auditor J P. Haukfeltl
Who also coiiMtltute the Board of
W. M GIFFARD,
Honolulu, F.'ti 1. 1897. fi22-3t
while ou the staud in front woro
costly Chinoso vases containing
beautiful bouquets of cut
flowers. A pyramid of im
mense China oranges attracted
much attontinn, as did the dainty
Chiupso sweetmeats bolow them,
which togothor with cigars were
prossed ou tho guests on retiring.
Among tho prominont callers
up to tho hour the reporter loft
wore Presideut S. B. Dqle, Miu
istors Coopor, Damon, King aud
Smith, Marshal Brown, Chief
justico duuu, uoionol Jbisuer and
his hide, Captain Schaofer; Cap
tain 8oribuor of tho ship Henry
B. Hyde, Henry Smith, clork of
tho Judiciary, Major C. F.Iaukea,
Drs. McGrow, Raymond and
Coopor, Judgo do la Vorgno,
Sonator Honry Watorhoueo:
Ellis Mills, U. 8. Consul
Geupral aud Charge d' Affaires;
British Commissioner Hawes and
Vico Consul T. Kain Walkor; A.
do SoilRft CnnnvHrrn. Clmrtrn iV
Affaires and Consul-Gonoral for
l'ortugal; 1 A. Schaofer, Consul
for Italy and dean of tho Consular
Corps, and many of tho consular
Residence at Waikiki,
Furnished or Unfurnished.
610-lw W. O. PEACOCK.
Now LindliiK from Baik
"B. 1 Cucuoy." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
CST" Hultuljlo for nil Ste'im pur
poses. TUIm Coal is also a favorite for
lu quantities tobult.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton!
tW Full Weight guaranteed. De
livered free to any part of the city.
Straw Hat Chat
FOR ONE WEEK.
W11 drful, tlin style
nnd miinfort tacked together
Bomo lueu are Just xtubborn
enouKli to lnok Into their
flvc.iollAr derby for the
label and then think of a
ft raw hat If the label leads
yon no nearer the butter iharj
n tiiuiiKht, you are a couple
dollar" in, provided jour
thought leu'ltt you here.
A II b hatter' styles and
nonie ot our own
Price, all our own
For the Week Only
9 Hotel Street : ; Werley BlOCt
Will Never Look
- - Like This
If you got your Clothes from
Medfiiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
F0r pErTTLE, tf HINTOH
Tho Nippon Yusoa KitUlm'a Stoamer
Will sail for the ahoye port at 2 P. M,
FEBRUARY 2, 1897.
fJF For freight or paBsaRo apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co , Ld.
Wash G6ocls !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street z. : I-lonolulu.
B"For 2 Weeks Only"
In order to mako room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
Regardless of Oosrt !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Wnist Pat
terns will go at Half Price. ....
Oar Large .Assortment of
vwwvvwwww j y
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTBR & CO.,
FlflE HaAM? fAH'A AND Aeicn Ciqs,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Morohant Streets.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Frequent light rains such as
we aro having every day or
two has a great effect upon
tho grass and you can almost
see it grow. Tho green lawns
of Honolulu aro in strung
contrast with tho white, snow
rohed 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 thoy will
not havo to bo renewed 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 tho four
corners of tho earth and tho
price is right.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Wash Goods !
In many pnrfp of "tho land
of tho freo and the homo of
tho bravo" at this time of tho
year building operations aro
suspended, and every man has
his eye on tho coal dealor
while watching tho water pipes
showing a tendency to freeze
up. In Honolulu whoro spring
is four seasons in tho year,
carpenters may work inside or
Tho unusual operations of
the past year has had a de
pressing effect upon edge tools,
for, like everything else, they
givo way with too constant
uso. Wo have, in view of tho
prospective demand, made a
big buy of tho finest grade of
tools obtainable in eastern mar
kets; they are what enrpentors
and machinists need all tho
time and when buying the best
they got is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo have the Millers Falls
Company ratchet brace, with
drill attachment. Tho Elkin's
saw file. Bailoy's adjustable'
blade, wood and iron baso
planes. Steel tape measures,
guaranteed to bo accurato.
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with Gorman silver
Olmstead's improved initro box
es. Tho "Now Rogor's" foot '
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. Theso
goods are all guaranteed first
class. Von Holt Block.
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