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EVENING BULLETIN, FEMUUIIY fi IHH7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A pound notico upponrs today.
There woro no arrests mndo
Tho 'Calico Bull comos oft noxt
Fresh oyster cocktails at tho
Elito Ico Oream Parlors.
Senator John A. MoOandloss is
homo again from Kauai.
A largo number of tourists wont
down to Ewa mill this morning.
A' moonlight oicureion to Evva
mill and plantation is being
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.
has, a stock of tho celebrated
Blue-Flamo oil stoves.
M..Y. Holmes of Hamakna and
E. Halstbad of Waialua are late
arrivals httho Arlington hotul.
Tho number of members -of tho
Myrtle 13ont Club has about
doubled since Regatta Day, last
Tho. jury in tho second Hough
tailing liquor trial leturned a vor
diet of not guilty yesterday nftor
noon. rtii t? pt att.q ; i,o
saying goodby to his friends, of ,
wnom no unus no line a groat
many in Honolulu.
There was a very largo audionco
at tho baud concert given at tho
hotol last evening. Kreutor's
cornet solo was encored.
An unknown namo was by mis
tako givou for Mrs. J. M. Monroe ,
in tuo Alnmeuas passouger list
from Honolulu ns printed yester
dny. Paul R. Isenberg gives notico
that during his absence abrond
Olmtles A. llicc will hnvo full
ch n go of. tho Waialao dairy and
Tho samples of stono turned in
by bidders for tho fire station nro
to lie removod from tho old Gertz
store to a more prominout plnce
Jamie Wilder gavo a dinner
finely to about twenty of his friends
Hut night. Tho affair was in
honor of Mnssrs. Herbert and
Olarenco M. "White, tho well
known bookkeeper of Mncfarlane
& Co., will shortly leave for the
Coast for six weeks' vacation, tho
first in six years.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Compa
ny now furnishes the light for
tho hotol bandstand and grounds,
which was formerly connected
with tho govorument system.
In the last six months of 1896
new cnpital to tho amount of
au.uuu.uuu was uoateu in con-
nection with now loans and com-
panies in tho United Eiugdotn.
"'Tho ton polico riflemen who aro
to uphold the honor of tho forco
against Corapnuy B's marksman
woro out at Kukaako this, after-
noon lor praotise.
oomes off tomorrow.
David Center has not been ap
pointed manager of the Waianao
plantation. Ho may bo offered tho
position, but there has been no
time for communication betwoen
the company and him.
C. A. Griscom Jr. of tho Ameri
can Steamship Lino suddenly out
short his visit to Honolulu. He
met an old friend among the pas
sengers in tho Alameda and con
cluded to go along with him.
Thero is a orioket match ap
pointed for Saturday afternoon
between an eleven from H. B. M.
S. Icarus and a town team. It is i
desired that both Honolulu and
Pacific clubs' shonld.be represent
ed by their beet players.
Ther,o is tho usual hitoh over
the shooting contost betwoen
Lioutouaut Chamberlain and
Mounted Patrolman Conloy of
the polico force. Chamberlain
iubists that Couley must shoot
with a Springfield instead of a
Owing to the recoipt of nows of
the lllnoss of Mrs. reacock s father
in Australia, Mr. and Mrs.
Poaoook did not leave for the
Coast yesterday. Mrs. Peacock
will go to the Colonies on tho
Mouowai uoxt Thursday, whilo
her husband will go to tho Coast
On tho opening of tho Distriat
Court this morning Judge de la
Vorgne found on his desk n largo
blank sheet of paper and resting
gently on its snrfaco a pair of
white gloves. There was not a
single caso for trial, something
that has not happened boforo dur-
ing tho present regime.
iiiiAitD of ii Ai.rn
Itcmlr Aiilhiirliril tii bi Mrt on
At tho mooting of the Board of
Health yesterday Votorinary Sur
geon W. T. Monsarrat roportfd
two cows owned by private
families condom nod and killod,
being affected with tuberculosis.
It vraa also repotted that thcro
would be no further objection
mndo by dairymen to tho examin
ation of cowb for tuberculosis,
provided tho examination was at
tho oxpeuso of tho Board.
Tho UBual letters and reports
from the Leper Settlement wero
rccoived. In reply tho olerk was
instructed to notify Mr. Meyer J
not to change any of tho perman
ent roads at tho settlement willi
out the permission of the Board.
On motion of Dr. Wood all ko
kuas will have to bo examined by
a physician and their clothing
disinfected before being allowed
to leave the settlement.
, Brothors Joukius and Hancock
of the Church of Jesus Christ at
Waihee, Mauij wore granted per-
mission to visit the settlement.
Dr. Mo Way no's resignation as
agent of tho Board of Health at
N"Ul Ko.na was accepted
Executive officer Reynolds ro-
ported an estimate of the expense
of a new corrugated iron roof for
the Wailuku hospital and was
authorized to expend $1000 in
Flans for tho new Hilo hospital
to cost $2500 woro presented and
Mr, BoyuoIdB wero authorized to
TT it it TT 1
procoea to nuo oy tuo iviuau ana
mako liecesHary arrangements for
the coustructiou of tho building.
BOARD UP F.OUOAriON.
8crctHry ituilicora Hlven Aa.l.tmice lo
JUiiknOut llio milium! llcport.
Tho Board of Education at its
mooting yesterday spent consider
able time in discussing the form of
diplomas to bo givou Normal
school students and finally re
ferred tbe mattorto the Iuspootor
General. Tho request of Mrs. J.
L. Dumas to bo allowed to start
a Kindergarten on tin High School
premises wns also referred to tho
Deputy-Inspector Scott report
ted that, Minister Cooper consent
, iug, ho had employed Mr.Taggord
. to assist in preparing tho aunuul
' report nnd suggested that bo be
I placed on tho pay roll from Feb.
; 1. Aftor tho 15th ho will bo em-
ployed as extra teacher in tho
I On tho suggestion of Mr. Town
send the Board officially declared
itself in fuvor of the teaching of
tho V0Ttica 8yHtom of handwriting
inthe public schools,
, .Mf.a.u I.I.V..W WW..W.U.
Tho resignation of
Ahrens as school agent
anao was accepted.
Deputy-Inspector ocott report
(.ad that tho number of children in
attendance on the public schools
had increased 500 in the past
Truant officers wero instructed
to stop making wholesale arrests.
" IIOHU BUB DKATU.
PortuffiiriB Woman ou Ilnnull
nevourrd by Mmrk.
A Portuguese woman was eaten
by sharks at Eainuliu a day or
two ago. Sbo wont out on tho
rooks to fish at 8 in tho morning.
At 4 in the afternoon nothing but
fragments of the body were found,
sharks having been seou chasing
her in tho water a couple of hours
previous. It is supposed she was
,s wept .off tho rocks by a heavy
Bea. "Tho Mauua Loa brought tho
fMenmlila mid tlio Niiiiil.y Law.
Tho various firms acting ns
agents of steamship linos have
been notified by tho Attorney
Geuerul's department that horo-
aftor any infractions of tho Sun-
day law, such
as loading or un
loading vessels, will bo prose
cuted. One prominent agont said
ho had no objeotion, but thought
notification should have boon
, mado beforo this year's time
scliouulo was made up.
ONE ON LEAP YEAR.
This is tbe- latest on leap year; A
well known young gentleman declined
to call upon a very charming young
lady living In Queen Anno town When
pressed for a reason ho satd: "She Is
too much like Itaule. Beer. She's
brlirht. s'HU'klluir nnd mire, and so
fun of llfo I am afraid sho will 'pop. "
On tap or In bottles at the Criterion.
Celebrated tor Its great leavening strength
and hcaltlirulncfs. Asuurca tho fond irgaluet
alnm arid atl form of adulteration common
Jo tho chop brapds. KorxL Uakino Pow
der Co j New Youk.
Havo you a copy of'ilio : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its froo to
inyono who will call or write.
Bettor got one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
TO-NIGHT, Feb. 5;
ATTRACTION : EXTRAORDINARY !
THE MODERN MIRACLE
It Produces Life!
It Baffles Analysis !
It Amazes All !
POPULAR PRICES: '
Iiosorrert Bests. Dowu Stalin $1.00
Brfloony, ro-etTud 7fio.
Baloony, admission C0o.
Gallery . , , ', ;2So
IWSale of Reserved Honta will 'open
Thursday, at 10 a. m., at Wall, Mohots
Company. 525 "t
The Itonldeuce of K. It. llouclry. corner
Kiuau and lVnsacola streets. House con
tains Eight ltooms and hns'all the modern
conveniences, Large grounds. Tel, S01.
Corner of Lunnlilo and Fensacola streets,
Five Lots, 75 leet hy 123 feet each. The
most desirable resklonco property for salo
on the plains. For teinm apply to
Mils, e n. iIkndhy,
5-tf Telephone .101.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. Firo and Llfo In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Compy,
JUIIM'IAIIV JO Mi Ml.
Work or Judce nml Jury M AllloUnl
Judfjo Carter sontoncod Moo
pouo to five months' imprison
ment and to pny a lino of $100
for distilling spirituoiH liquor.
A'koni was yiven threo months
and n fino of $200 for tho samo
offonso by Jndgo Forry.
Frnncis Dunn, nrchitoct, and E.
H: F. Woltor, ownor, havo filed a
joint answer to tho bill in equity
of Pctor High fe Co. to put a lion
on tho- "Occidental" hotol, build
ing at Alakoa and King streets.
Thoir dofonso is construction not
in accordance with specifications
of tho contract. G. A. Davis is
Albert K. and Alexander Na
wahi petition that their mother,
widow of. tue lata lion. Jos. Na
wahi, bo appointed guardian of
Defendant's demurrer was ar
gued in Wm. Eassio nnd othors
vs. Wuiheo SuRor Co., and taken
undor adviBctnont by Judge Per
ry. P. Neumann for plaintiffs;
Kinney & Ballou for defendant.
D. Lualualoi is on trial for lar
ceny second dofjreo, in stealing a
watoh. It is going to tho jury at
preBs time. E. P. Dole, D. A. G.,
for tho Bopublio; J. K. Kaulia for
tho dofondant.(Jas. A. Thompson,
second deputy dork, is acting as
The Dimond divorcobbontempt
of court case is proceeding before
Judge Cartor. Kinnoy fc Ballou
for prosecution; Paul Neumann
aud Thurston & Stanley for do
Another cood card has boon
added to tho Marquardt concert
for Monday evening. Lioutennnt
81aytor,R.N., of tho Icarus, whoso
possession of a fino tenor voico
has been discovered siuco tho ar
rival of that cruiser, will appear
in tho program. This will ulso
bo tho iinal appearance of Mmo.
Marquardt, the talented harpist.
Jamio Wilder, Honolulu's much
travojed. comedian, will givo some
of his specialties no doubt his
only appearunco before his return
to tho Orient. Mr. Graham uud
Miss McUrew will appear in a
duet, and Mr. Gillig will render
the groat song "ABthore." Alto
gether it will be away ahead of
tho first concort, highly success
ful 1 as that proved, in attractive
Sinco tho foregoing was in type
tho fall program has boon recoiv
cd as follows:
Harp Solo Fautasie (Martha i.
Mrs. liroitMihuk Marquardt.
Gong Qnoen of My Heart. . Cellio
Mr. H. M; Gillig.
Duet Maying.. ,!. . .A. M. Smith
Miss McGrow and D.do V.Grahdm
Song Love's Sorrow
Lieut. Slaytor, R. N,
Mr James Wilder.
"Duct Tho Danube lliver...Aido
Mr.H.M.Gillig and D.do V.Grahaw
Violin Solo Chanson d'Amonr
Song Ouuo Horvo
Mr. Donald de V. Graham.
Harp Solo Mazurka de Concert
Mrs. Breitechuk Marquardt.
Song Aslhoro (darling).. Trotoro
Mr. H. M. Gillig.
Song, Harp Obligato Winds
in tho Trees Thomas
Mr. Donald do V. Graham.
Notice In hereby Riven tliut one
Creum Colored Homo bmndeil -on tliu
loft nip anil on thn Ml elite, Iwn hi ml
leKH blank nml white, left foru-lHJt
black, uud rluht fore-let; white ami
liluuk, fehod on left fure hu i hhnl lioofe,
lm been iramiulel In the Govern
incut I'nunliitMuklkl, Honolulu, imd
If unul HHtruy In mt uliilmeil and nil
I'ouml chnrtrfB kntlcfl-il on or before
Bmur.iuy, i-'ul'muiy t!0, 1897, ut la
oVIni'k noon, tin onme will bs told on
that date aud hour to tho hkhetit
bidder. IC KfSKURNB,
Honolulu, Fchriiary 5, 1897. 620 3t
J. S. WALKER,
Ueeiiai. Aocnt rou Hawaiian Islands.
Itoyal Insnrnnce Company.
Alllauco AsHiirunco Couiiuuy.
Alliance Miirino and OonerarA'Murance
Bun Llfo AsBiirnnoo Company of Cfinniln,
WilUolinaof Miulgeburg lua'nmiice Ooni
jinny. Huulllnh Union aud Natiomd Iiisurnnco
ltoom 12 Siircckols Block, Honolulu, II. I,
Wash Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : .Honolulu.
. pgr For 2 Weeks OnlylgJ
In order to make room for our NEW SPUING
GOODS, 'wo hnvo decided to clear out the en
tire stock of WASH Gi )ODS now on hand.
FLgZ&lj?cXJlg!SS of Oos"t !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at Hlf Price. . . ' .
Oar Large Assortment of
lift Tipe! W
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobsvccos 0.1 ul Smokers' A.rticles.
Gornor Fort and Morobnnt Stroots.
Tho "Australia" brought us
a lot of goods suitable to all
classes of people and wo sell
them to dealers or consumers.
Person buying in quantities
got tho benefit of wholesulo
rates. Many of them do this
because a penny saved is a
penny earned. ,
Wo havo California Apples,
Kidney Potatoes, Whole
Wheat Flour, Cream Flake
Wheat or Oats and Morning
Meal. These cereals aro what
every person with a regard for
health should use. Then we
have kits of choice Mackerel
or Salmon Bellies, Navel
Oranges, Herrings and Chipped
Beef, Extra Fancy Creamery
Butter in blocks or kits for
family uso. Extra largo Bloater
Mackerel (wholesale or retail),
Fat Salmon Bellies (to trade
or consumer), Sliced Lmhoii
Cling Peaches, in 1 nnd 2lb.
tin, largest variety of Choeso
over imported, Cauienbert,
Kronen Kaiser Froniage de
Brio and every known brand.
There aro besides the abovo
43 different items; more than
wo havo spneo to mention.
These goods aro fresh by tho
"Australia" and thero is varie
ty enough for one to pick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods are woll-known aud
tho quality of tlmm has never
been surpassed in Honolulu.
A telephone message will bring
you what you want.
Lewis & Co.,
Kort Street, - Honolulu.
Wash Goods !
In many p rts of "tho land
of tho free and the home of
tho brave" at this time of the
year building operations are
suspended, and every man has
his, eye on,, tho coal dealer
while watchmg' tho water pipes
showing a tendency to freeao
up. In Honolulu whero spring
is four seasons in tho year,
carpenters may work inside or
The unusual operations of
the past year has had a de
pressing effect upon edgo tools,
for, like everything else, they
givo way with too constant
use. t Wo have, in view of the
prospective .demand, made a
big buy of the finest grado of
tools obtainablo in eastern mar
kets; -they aro what carpenters
and machinists need all tho
time nnd wljcn buying tho best
they .get js that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo have tho Millors Falls
Company ratchet brace, with
drill attachment. Tho Elkiu's
saw file. Bailey's adjustablo
blade, wood and iron 'baso
planes. Steel tapo measures,
guaranteed to be accurate
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with Gorman silver
Olmstoad's improved mitre box
es. Tho "Now llogorV foot
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. Those
goods are all guaranteed first
Von Holt Block.
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