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LOCAL AND GENERAL
High School concert tonight at
Ahlborn is ovor from
D. Center came over
Sprockclsvillo Inst night.
Fresh oyster cocktails at
Elito Tee Cream Parlors.
A pistol rango is being estab
lished at tho Kakaako butts.
IV J- frn. Dr. Wond rolnrnnd on tlin
'itflltrtnrm IJnfi vnntnrdnv nftnrnnnn.
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0" Exlitor Logan bag gono to tho
.cCtxvfnuergarien oxercisos at jwa
J, ' Surgoon Q. P. Lumsdon U. 8.
U. is a through pnsBengor on the
tho new Emmoluth
being piled up
Now Znalnnd has set apart two
islands for the preservation of
wild birds and animals.
Tho first talk in tho "Illustrated
Life of ChriBt" will bo -given nt
Methodist church tomorrow night.
Marshal Brown will hold tho
regular monthly inspection of the
police forco at 9 a. m. tomorrow.
Genornl J. H. S. Algar, of tho
Royal Artillery 8ervice, is a
through passenger on tho Doric
The High School concert this
ovoning commences at 7:30 p. m.
Tickets may be piocurod at the
Tho program for tho Makes
Island band concert at 3 o'clock
tomorrow appears in another
A very pleasant and largoly at
, tended social party took place nt
tho homo of Miss Rose Roth hist
Tho Dorio's passengers for this
port wero Captain P. A. Dithlaf-
sen, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and pastry is becoming woll and favor
Dr. A. Haberer. nbly known for its delicacy of
The regular Sunday ovoning
6:30 Praiso sorvico of the Y. M.
O. A. will bo led by T. R. Robin
sou. All young mon and
Btrangors aro invited to bo pres
ent. The Kniser has decided that a
picturo of tho German Empress
shall bo put in every army bar
racks, so that soldiers shall bo ablo
to 'recognize hor when thoy see
Tho cricket match botwoea
elovons from the Honolulu olub
.and H. M. S. Icarus takes placo
this nftajfnoon at tho basoball
grounds. TFhoro is no ohargo for
Sir R. Menzies, Bart., of Men
zies, tho hereditary ohiof of tho
clan Monzios, is the oldest High
land chief now living. Ho is 80
years old and wears the kilt sum
mer and winter.
Stanley will visit the Belgian
possessions on the Congo next
Bpring, in company with King
Leopold. They will super vise the
opening of tho railroad betweon
Matavoi and Loopoldvillo.
In this issuo the Hawaiian
Hardware Company calls atten
tion to a now stock of ice chests,
rofrigerators both ciroalar and
rectangular, painted agato-linod
water coolers and Gate City filtors.
Tho Japan Weekly Gazette is
publishing every word of the
testimony given in tho trial at
Yokohama of Mrs. Carow, accused
of poisoning her husband. The
caso is very similar to that of
A lata Call says Attornoy Bar
olay Henley of San Francisco will
seok to havo Ah Chew, a China
town actor, indicted at tho next
sitting of tho Grand Jury for
alienating tho affootions of "Miss
Tni," tho wifo of Wong Moo Hoo.
Misb Tai and the aotor havo elop
ed to Honolulu, taking $96 belong
ing to Heo.
Ohiof Engineer G. J. Burnage,
U. S. N. is a through passenger
on thp 'Doric. Tho combined
caros of Floot Engineer and
Ohiof Engineer of the Olympia
proved too much for tho hoalth of
a man who waB alroady near the
time of rotiromont,aud ho broke
down under tho strain, being con
sequently orderod homo.
When tho ship Swanhilda was
spoken by tho steamer Taupo, alio
had mado such poor timo that hor
voyngo was likely to be a long ono.
At last accounts from San Fran
cisco she was from fifteeu to twen
ty days loss out than tho voyngos
of most vessels on the same routo
sinco tho that of Novombor.
Band concort at Emma square
Tho Doric brought 128 con
Company D has olected W. W.
Harris, treasurer, and S. L. Rum
Captain McCarthy has recon
sidered his determination to re
sign tho command of Company
Two gold and two silver medals
for billiards and pool will be
played for at tho Hagey Institute.
Pli..r l.nn;..n t 7 tl,; n.nn;n
MJ wuy.uo v mio uiuumjji
Reserved seats for Monday's
concert are soiling rapidly at
Wall, Niohols Co.'a store. It will
bo tho last chance to hear Donald
Graham or Mrs. Marquardt.
In tho last two wooks thero
have beon olevon accessions to
the Christian church. At tho
ovening service on Sunday tho
ordinanco of baptism will bo ad
A dozen or more viows of
t "Madonna and Child" taken from
the maBtorpieces of Europo Will
bo given in "Illustrated Lifo of
Christ" at Mothodist Church,
In tho police court this morn
ing three Ohineso and nativo
gamblers were fined $10 eaoh; six
natives onlookers at the gamo got
off with $2 onch, and ono drunk
with tho usual fine.
Tho Dorio sails at 7 o'clock to
morrow morning. Mail oloseo at
6 a. rn. For the convenience of tho
public tho rogihtry and paroels
post wiudow will bo open this
attoruoon from 3 to 4.
Oscar Mooll, a graduate of
Fronoh and Germau bakeries, is
associated with Mr. Popploton in
the Homo Bakery at 629 Fort
streot. What Mr. Moell does not
know about tho bakery business
is not worm knowing, ana his
Singers load tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
easo of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
16J Bethel streets.
T. F. Lansing has somo fine
coffee on exhibition at the store
of Phillips & Co. It was pioked
by himself at Olaa, nineteen and
a half miles from Hilo at an ele
vation of over 1900 feet, whioh
may bo takon aB a porfect refuta
tion of the statement made that
coffee would not grow in Olaa
abovo tho 1500 ft limit.
Popploton'a Bakery, or moro
properly speaking the Homo
Bakery, will open its doors for
business Monday morning, Feb
ruary 8, at 629 Fort street., Mr.
Poppleton, who has beon a baker
the best part of bis life, has been
in business here for somo time
but is now opening up a firstolass
lunoh and ice cream parlor at the
above stand. It is Mr. Popple
ton's intention to servo coffeo, ioe
cream and oako, ns well as ham,
eggs, etc., cookod in the homo
stylo. Poppleton's bread is al
roady favorably known in Hono
lulu and will be delivered daily as
heretofore. PieB, cakes and pas
try of all kinds mado and de
livered to order. If you want
anything in this lino "like your
mother used to make" pay the
Homo Bakory a visit at 629 Fort
m 9 m
Cook'a Ittu.lc School.
Second floor, Lovo's new build
ing, Fort sireot. Tho methods of
this school aro tho result of over
thirty years' of aotivo experience
in teaching, and by systematizing
tho work, oconomize the time of
tho pupil. Especial attention is
paid to muscular dovolopment,
touch, nnd musical nnalysis. Long
experience with all classes of
voices enables Prof. Cook to deal
intelligently with this specialty.
ONE ON LEAP YEAR.
This Is the latest on leap year: A
well known young gentleman declined
to coll upon i very charming young
lady living In Queen Anne town When
pressed for a reason ho said: "She Is
too much like Itanlo. Beer. She's
bright, spaildlug and piue, and so
lull of to I am afraid Bhe will 'pop. "
On tap or In bottles at tho Criterion, j
Celebrated (or Its great leavening strength
and hcaUbfulncts. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cucap brands. Royal Oakino row
deb Co , New Youk.
Have you a copy of tho : :
: : l Hobron Drug Co's. new
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its freo to
inyono who will call or write.
Bottor get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
.WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE POUT ON
Wednesday, Feb. lOtk,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. K.
The undoralpnod are now prepared to
issue Through Tiokets from this City to all
points In tho United States.
RTKor further particulars regarding
crujgut ur itumage, apply UJ
W. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
523 8t General Accents.
The Bopldcnca of E. It. Hendry, corner
Kinau and Fensacola streets. House con
tains Eight Rooms and has all the modern
conveniences. Large grounds. Tel. S01.
Corner of Lunalilo and Pensaoola streets.
Fiye Lots. 76 feet by 125 feet each. The
most desirable residence property for sale
on the plains. For terms apply to
JUllB, a. II. liLNDHY,
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. Fire and Life In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Presenilis Paint Company,
Hawaiian Quintette Olub.
Will provldo First-class Music for Re
ceptions, Picr.ioi,LuttUH, Grnud Halls, etc,
etc. All orders given prompt attontiou.
gW Leae order with "Ka UaleOiwi"
W. W. Diuiond, or to Coin D, Wlliokal,
111 Richard!) street. 515-lul
FOR A LONO OHUHE
The Yacht Ainleno to Vluli Every
Inlnnil tit Southern 8e.
Tho scbooner-yncht Aznlouo is
being fitted out at Sausalito for n
long cruise in tho Southern Rene,
says a late Call. It will he main
ly a pleasure trip, but scientific
matters will not ho overlooked
Tbo vessel is ownod by Captain
M. R. Eoborts and she will bo in
command of Captain George
Wesley Jackson, late of tbo
British navy. Both tho owner
and captain havo boon all ovor
Australasia and it is tho intention
of Captain Eoborts to visit ovory
island in tho archipolago.
Captain Jaokson is woll known
in San Francisco as a civil en
gineer, haviug boon interested in
the formation and building of
Stow Lake and tho beautifying of
From that port tho vessel will
make for the Hawaiian Islands
and from thoro will go to Samoa,
Tongatabu, Fiji, Australia, Now
Zealand, the Now Hebrides, Ta
hiti, the Marshall group and last
but not least Now Guinea. Every
placo will bo thoroughly explored
and in consequence tho party ox
peots to bo gono at least threo
years, On his return Captain
Eoborts expects to have obtained
a vast amount of valuable inform
ation and to havo at least a boat
load of curios.
Election of Officers.
At a Meeting nf the Shareholders of
the Hiiwuilan Hugey Institute held
on Feb. 3rd, the following ofUVors were
elf oted :
Alex. Young President
W. it. ;iiHtle Vice President
A. V Gear Secretary
J. A. Mncoon Trewuirer
j C. Abies Auditor
Tho above o HI cers constitute the
Board of Directors.
A. V. GEAR,
527 3t Secretary.
Have Just RecMved per S. 8.
eW Fashion Qoods
Very Pretty Designs.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades 1
Wholesale and Retail.
Having secured the services of G.
R.HARRISON as attacuetoourmualo
department, we are prepared to exe
cute orders (or Piano Tuning and Re
pairing of Plauos and Orpaus. Mr.
Harrixon's experience and ability as a
first class artist In his line of work Is
too well known to need further com
ment; sufllite to say that we fully guar
antto all work intrusted to us Orders
left at our ofllue will receive prompt
WALL, NIOHOLS CO.,
The Republio : : King Street.
Notice Is hereby given that one
Cream Colored Horse branded on the
left hip and on the left side, two hind
legs black and white, left fore-leg
blsck, and right fore-leg white and
black, shod ou left fore and hind hoofx,
has been Impounded in tho Govern
ment Pound nt Maltlkl, Honolulu, and
If said extray Is not claimed ami all
Pound charges satlsfli d on or before
8aturday, February 20, 1807, at 12
o'clock noon, the samo will be sold on
that date and hour to the hlichest
bidder. K. KEKUENE,
Honolulu, February 6, 1897. 620 3t
During my abeenco from the Ha
waiian Islands, Mr. Charles A Rice
will have full chargo of the business
of the Walalae Dairy ami Ranch.
Honolulu, Feb. 6, 1897. 520-2w
BIG CUT IN PRtfCE
. . . . OF ....
Wash Goods ! Wash. Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Sfcreot :
rFor 2 Weeks Only,"",ij
In ordor to roako room for our NEW SPRING;
GOODS, wo havo decided to clear out tho en
tire stock of WASH GOODS now on hand.
Regardless of Cost !
Remnants ! Remnants !
In Dress Lengths, Skirt Lengths and Waist Pat
terns will go at JHalf Price. ... .
Oar Large Assortment of
- PIPES -
Just Received Direot from the London Factory,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
The "Australia" brought us
a lot of goods suitable p all
classes of people and we sell
them to dealers or consumers.
Person buying in quantities
get tho benefit of wholesale
rates. Many of $hora- do thig
because a penny saved is a
We have 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 wo
havekits6f choice Mackerel
or iSalfhonl Bellies, Navel
Oranges, Herrings and Chipped
Beef, Extra Fancy Creamery
Butter in blocks or kits for
family uso. Extra large Bloater
Mackerel (wholesale or retail),
Fat Salmon Bellies (to trado
or consumer), Sliced Lomon
Cling Peaches, in 1 and 2lb.
tin. larorest varietv of Chnfisn
over imported, Camenbert,
Kronen Kaiser Fromngo do
Brio and ovory known brand.
inero aro besides the abovo
43 different items; moro than
wo havo spaco to mention.
These goods aro fresh by tho
"Australia" and thoro is vurio
tv enough for ono to nick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods aro well-known and
tho quality of them has never
been surpassed in Honolulu
A telephone messacro will brincr
you what you wajit.
Lewis & Co.,
In many parts of '.'tho land
of tho freo and tho homo of
tho bravo" at this timo of the
year building operations aro
suspended, and every man has
his eyo on tho coal dealer
while watching tho water pipes
showing a tendency to freeze
u,p. In Honolulu whero spring
is four seasons in tho year,
carpenters iS37 ork in8ido y
Tho unusual operations; of"
tho past year has had a 'de
pressing effect upon edge tools,
for, like everything else, they
give way with too constant
use. Wo have, in viow of the
prospective demand, made a
big buy of tho finest crado of
tools obtainable in eastern mar
kets; thoy are what carpenters
and machinists need all tho
time and when buying tho bpst
thoy got is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo have tbo Millers Falls
Company ratchet brace, with,
drill attachment. Tbo Elkina
saw filo. Bailey's adjustable
blade, wood and iron base
planes. Steel tape measures,
guaranteed to bo accurate.
Two-foot rules in ivorv nnd
bound with German silver
Olmstoad's improved mitre box
es. Tho "Now KogerV'foofc
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. These
goods aro all guaranteed first-
H mH mMr
Von Holt Block.