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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar 3 3-1G. No change.
Tho Board o Health will meet
at 3 o'clock.
'Tho AuBtrnliabrongbt down 05
"bags .of mail.
It. L. Wilcox of Lihuo returned
on tho Australia. ,
F. W. Glado and Bov. H. Ison
borg returned to Kauai last night.
Many flags aro at half-mast to
day, out of respect to tho lato J. H.
The Swanhilda was G3 days out
when tho Australia left Sun Fran
A mtmhor of tramps at Slock
ton, California, mado a meal off
a dog. ;
Tho remains of tho lato Minis
ter Willis reached Louisville on
Dr. G. N. Wobbor and wifo ar
rived on a visit to Professor and
Whou tho Australia loft San Fran
cisco nothing had been seen of
D. G. Camarinos, tho well
known fruit merchant, camo down
on tho Australia.
0. AvSpreckols and Count Kor
gorlayfleft for Eahului last night
by the Oluudino. '
Hawaiian LodgoNo. 21, F. &
A. M., will attond the funeral of
J. H. Paty in a body.
Threo runs in twelvo hours is
something out of tho ordinary for
tho Honolulu Firo dopartmont.
Senators Bico and Waterhouso
and McCandless went ovor to
Iinuni liiet night on tho W. G.
Charles Kruetor, tho popular
young cornot player, formorly in
tho baud, lins roturned to the Isl
ands. Dr. David N. Loose of Maquo
kota( Ionn, came down on the
Australia, accompanied by Mrs.
Among returning passengers by
tho Australia woro Mrs. J. B.
Athorton and Mr. and Mrs. 0. L.
Wight and daughtor.
The Amateur Athletic Union
has issued a decree that all bona
fido amnteur athletes must bo duly
registered and nuinbored.
The 6lenruBuip Alameda is duo
from the Colonies tomorrow and
overybody is busy "answering
letters received yesterday.
Mr. Coleman, tho new secretary
of tho Y. SI. 0. A., who was ex
pected yesterday, was not among
the AuBtrnlia's passengers.
Tho jury in the Houghtailing
liquor ense, triod in the Circuit
Court yesterday, found tho de
fendant not guilty by nine to
Ex Qjueon Liliuokalani is in
Washington. Sho was received
by President Cleveland on Janu
ary 25. Mrs. Cloveland was not
Tho Government band will
play at the Executive building at
4 o'clock this afternoon, and at
tho Hawaiian hotel tomorrow
Tho third alarm of fire yester
day was turned in at 10:30 p. m.
It came from tho foot of Hotol
street and was caused by a burn
ing pile of rubbish.
Members of tho Myrtlo Boat
Club will have a quiet, sociable
"smoker" all by themselves tos
morrow evening, in honor of tho
fourteenth anniversary of'tho in
stitution of tho club.
Geo. E. 'Boardraan received an
order for foity laborers to bo ship
ped here from Manchuria, North
ern China, Tho natives of that
portion of tho Cek'bliul Empire
aro said to bo vory largo and mus
At tho rocont mooting of tho
Oceanic Steamship Company in
San Francisco, the following
officers were elected: President,
John D. Spreckols; vice-preBidout,
Charles Goodall; agent ond
treasurer, John D. Spreckols &
Brothers; secretary, E. H. Shol
don. Messrs. Cowartand Kirkpatrick
have offered as prizes four hand
some medals, two gold und two
silver, to bo given to tho best pool
and billard playors among tho
mombors of tho Hagey Institute
social club. Tho contest will
come off a week from next Satur
day, at the Club parlors in tho In
stitute. II. F. Wiohmau is manu
facturing tho medalu.
See chanfct's in David Dayton's
list of dwellings.
Tho Board of Education is in
session this afternoon.
Tho Alort's ball team is on
shore to practise today.
The High School concert comes
oil on Saturday ovening.
Lowis & Co. havo a iino lot of
fresh nrovisionH and nrncnripR inst
1 out of tho Australia.
This is positively the last day
of tho Bale of furnishing goods at
H. S. Trogloan & Son's.
Thord will bo a special mooting
of thoQuoou's Hospital Trustees
on Friday at 10 o'clock.
Many' of tho banks nud business
houses closed at 2 o'clock on aa
cbunt of tho funeral this after
noon. An eight-ton steam rollor ran
away in San Francisco and smash
ed things generally, winding up
in a fruit store.
A squad of polico under com
mand of Capt.Fornaudes has been
detailed to attend tho funeral of
tho lato J. H. Paty.
J. A. King, Minister of tho In
terior, will soil tho loaso of a
boathouse site, at tho entrance of
Honolulu harbor, on Wednesday,
Sterling, tho painter, iB pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and couiont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
Thoro were 52 deaths in Hono
lulu last mouth, of which 25 wero
Hawaiians, 8 Chiuese, 2 Portu
guese, 9 Japanese, 1 British and 7
U. S. A. The number is ono more
than in January, 180G.
G. H. Umbsen, tho San Fran
cisco real estate man, leaves on
tho Alameda tomorrow. He has
been busy today showing tho city
to his friend, W. A. Mnckay, who
comes to resido hero permanently.
By tho decision of Judge Slack,
Lilian A. Ashloy,' who sued mil
lionaire E. J. Baldwin for S100,
000 for breach of promise, gets
nothing. Tho Court decides that
sho was equally guilty with Bald
win. J. M. Webb of tho Golden Rule
Bazaar announces tho display in a
fow days of a largo in'voico of
vulontiucs just received by tho
Australia. Also largo invoices
of novels, nows stationary and
The arrests today woro four in
number. Ono Hawaiian for per
jury, ono drunk, ono native for
deserting the contract servico of
tho Wiluor steamship company
and one Japanese for selling
liquor to minors.
Mrs. Monroe, wifo of tho pastor
of tho Christian church, has re
ceived tho sad nows of tho vory
serious illness of her mothor in
Indiana. In consequence Mrs.
Monroe will leave in tho steamer
Alamedu to attend on her mother.
In the polico court this morning
Loe Chun was found guilty of
' opium in possession nnd fined S50.
1 Ah Hint; and fourteou other gam
blers woro discharged. D. Koa
pleaded guilty of selling liquor
without a liconso and his sentence
It must not bo forgotten that
tho Graham-Marquardt concert,
which has been postponed until
Monday in order not to conflict
with the ono ntTthe High School
on Saturday ovening, will bo tho
last ohauco of hearing theso
Tho shareholders of tho Hagoy
Institute Co. held a meeting at tho
Sufo Deposit building this nftor
noou and elected the following offi
cers: Alex. Young, presidont;
W. R. Castle, vjco-presidont; A.
V. Gear, socrerory; J. A. Magoon,
treasurer, and L. 0. Ablos, audi
Mr. Coulter's Death.
Tho death of Mr. Coultor, who
had friends hore, wbb briefly
noticod in tho Bulletin two days
ago, and tho following is from the
Santa Ana, Cal., Standard:
Theodore Coultor, tho youngest
son of tho Rev. B. F. Coultor of
Los Angeles, died on tho '1th ult.,
in Butavia, Java, whore ho had
gono for his health. Tho Coulters
aro well known in this city and
tho death of tho young man is ro
coived with sorrow.
A letter received by Mrs. W. L.
Hopper last night from Mrs. T.
D. Garvin states that Mr. Coul
tor's doath camo vory suddenly.
Celebrated for Its Rrent leavening utrcnctli
ami licnlthfulncts. Assure tlic food uinlnst
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap urnrds. Kovai, 1Uki.no I'ow
DEii Co , Nnw Yoiik.
Don't be a
Don't look on tho dnrk sido.
Don't beliovo ovorybody to bo
a humbug. Don't think bo
causo you havo found other
omulsions of Cod Livor Oil to
taste fishy and nauseating that
tastes disagreeable. It is
porfectly palatable Anyone
can take it, especially children.
It is not n nostrum. It ap
peals to intelligent people.
Hobron Drug Co.
Will Display In a few days a
full line of
Just Receivi-il per "Australia."
New School Supplies
and New Goods
In Every DfiiurtmtMit. Special
attention given to
J?or Foreign Correspondence.
310 Fort Btreot.
The Itexldeuco of E. It. Hendry, corner
Klnnn nnd PrnMcola streotH. Hoiibo con
tuiim Eight ltooma nml'luis nil tho modern
conveniences. Large grounds. Tel, 301.
Corner of Luimlllo nnd Pensncoln Btrcets,
Five Lotn, 75 (eet by 123 cot ench. The
most desirnble residence properly for sale
on the plains. For terms apply to
MIIS. E. 11. HENDRY,
485-tf Telephone) 301.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stook Broker, Firo and Life In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Presenilis Paint Company,
FEBRUARY 3, 1807.
! LAUNCH OF THE HELENE
now ri.uiM Tin: 1v11.1x.1t ntk;ii
ship co.tii'A.ws rij .
Jlio Xew Void fur ttir I.liint
Trntlo KlHT'Hrnlly I'luiilrd fro ill
the Union Iron Hurlto.
Tho now stool stoamor Helono
built for the Wildor Steamship Co.
of Honolulu was launched on Mon
day, January 18, says tho Call,
from tho Union Iron Works.
Miss Dickson performed tho cero
mouy of christening tho new croft
and as tho graceful vessel glided
toward tho waters of tho bay sho
broko a bottlo of champagne over
her bow and gavo hor tho nanio
under which sho will sail from
San Francisco. On arriving at
Honolulu tho Holcuo will bo put
under tho Hawaiian flag.
Tho now steamer is 175 feet
long, 29 feet 11 inches broad and
1-1 feot 10J inches deop. Sho will
be used in inter-islaud trade, and
is expected to bo ono of the fastest
boat in the company's floot. The
latter consists of tho Kinau, Clau
dino, Likolike, Hawaii, Kilauoa
Hou, Lohua, Mokolii and tho
Holono. The directors of tho
company aro tho following mon,
who aro woll known in San Fran
cisco: 0. L. Wight, president;
W. G. Irwin, J. F. Hackfold, W.
F. Allen. S. B. Roso, J. A.King
and G. C. Beckley. Tho company's
Claudiuo will bo romombered as
tho steamer that brought tho nows
of the revolution to San Fraucisco
and tno establishment of a repub
lic in Hawaii. Tho tonuogo of
tho vessols is almost tho saino,
but tho Claudiuo has moro than
double tho horsopowor of hor
Nevertheless tho builders of tho
now vessel aro willing to wogor
that on her trial trip tho Helono
will raako a bolter record than tho
Olaudino. Tho engines and boil
ers will at onco be put in tho new
steamer, and by the end of tho
mouth sho will probably co on
her trial trip. If sho prove a
success she will at onco sail for
Honolulu. Tho ongiues havo
beon built under tho mipervision
of W. A. Johnston, chief engineer
of the Wilder Stoaraship Compa
ny, and C. L. Wight, proBidont of.
the company, arrived on tho Mo
nowai in order to be present at
Wiinli of Clircr.
Tho Santn Ana, Orango county,
Cal., Standard of January 23 siys:
"This week wo received a copy of
tho Eveningi Bulletin from Ho
nolulu under dato of Jan. 12. It is
an nble advocate of annexation of
tho Hawaiinn Islands to tho Unit
ed Stutes. Wo heartily endorse
its sentiments upon tho question
and beliovo that the Islands should
bo made a part of our union, then
Cuba, aud sooner or later Mexico
and tho rest of tho North Ameri
Salo of Loase, Boat Houso Si 0, Ea:t
Sido eft io Harbor of Honolulu.
I w.. ..v....va...V llimu IV, IO.ll, l.
On Wmlnuiilntf Tnl. in IcnT a, 10
o'clock no.iu, at tuo front emiuuuu 01 Uiu
Executive Building, will be sold nt Publio
Aucliou tho lenso of a Boat Houho Sito
situate- on the En-it Sido of the Ilurb.r be
low the IIohIiiuI Yacht and Boat Club Build
ing, Honolulu, OiiUu, coutaitiiug nn nrea
of C000 Square Feet a little moro or loss.
Term I nine for 10 years.
IhsH.t nntdl S)0 00 per annum payable
bcmi-nnuua'ly in advance
1 he miIu of lea-o is conditioned that with
in oue J' cur fioni date, tho lesure shall erect
ui.on the fluid nlto n cood substnutial
, Building to cost not lets thin Ono Thou
sand Dollars and to bo med for Boat Club
In caso said Boat Ilouse Sito is needed
for Whurfugo or other Government pur.
poses nt nny time during tho term of this
lenso the s.une t-Iiall terminate upon 12
mouths notico from the Minister of tho
Interior to I hut effect.
Building to bo removed by the lessee nt
the letniinution of the lease, by notice or
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 3, 1897. 624-3t
NOTARY PUBLIC ana" TYPEWRITER
Offices 208 Merchant street, Uumpbell
Wool, rear of J, 0. Carter1 office, I', U,
Wash. Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 IPort Street
"For 2 Weeks Only
In order to mako room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS, wo lmvo decided to elenr out the en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
IFLegrcairdLlessiSS of Cost I
Remnants ! Remnants !
In, Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Half Price
ALL pipE SMOKERS
Our Iliarge Assortment of
Just Received Direct' from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
F'NE HaAM; AN,lA nd AtEEVcM Giqs,
Tobsiccos and Smokers' A-rticles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Stroota.
Tho "Australia" brought us
a lot of goods suitable to all
classes of people and we sell
them to dealers or consumers.
Person buying in quantities
get tho benefit of wholcsalo
rates. Many of them do this
because a pouny saved is a
Wo have California Apples,
Kidney Potatoes, Whole
Wheat Flour, Cream Flake
Wheat or Uuts and Morning
Meal. These cereals are what
every person with a regard for
health should use. Then we
havo kits of choice Mackerel
or Salmon Bellies, Navel
Oranges, Horringsand Chipped
Beef, Extra Fancy Creamery
Butter in blocks or kits for
family use. Extra largo Bloater
Mackerel (wholesale or retail),
Fat Salmon Bellies (to trade
or consumer), Sliced Lomoti
Cling Peaches, in 1 and 21b.
tin, largest variety of Cheese
over imported, Camenbort
Kronen Kaiser Fromago do
Brio and ovory known brand.
There are besides tho above
43 different items; moro than
wo have space to mention.
Theso goods aro fresh by the
"Australia" nnd there is vurie
ty enough for ono to pick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods are woll-known nnd
tho quality of thorn has nover
beon surpu8Sud in Honolulu.
A telephone messngo will bring
you what you want.
Lewis & Co.,
Wash Goods !
I11 many parts of "tho land
of the freo and tho homo of
tho bravo" at this time of tho
year building operations aro
suspended, nnd ovory man has
his oyo on tho coal dealer
while watching tho water pipes
showing n tendency to freeze
up. In Honolulu whoro spring
is four seasons in tho year,
carpenters may work insido or
Tho unusual operations' of
tho past year has had a de
pressing effect upon edgo tools,
for, like everything else, they
givo way with too constant
use. Wo have, in view of tho
prospective demand, mndo a
big buy of tho finest grndo of
tools obtainable in eastern mar
kets; thoy are what carponters
nnd machinists need nil tho
time and when buying tho best
they got is that which lasts
longest . and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo liuvo tho Millers Falls
Compnny ratchet brace, with '
drill attachment. The Elkin's
saw filo. Bailey's adjustable
blade, wood and iron baso
pianos. Steol tnpo measures,
guaranteed to bo accurate.
Twd-foot rules in ivory and
bound wjth Gorman silver
Olmstead's improved mitro box
es. Tho "Now lloger's" foot
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. Theso
goods aro all guaranteed first
class. Von Holt Block.