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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 8, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
This 1b Oompauy ll's drill
Qraham-Marquardt concert to
night at 8.
Band concert at Emma squaro
-this ovoning. ,
Lady Ilerron has returned fromv
n. short visit to Kaani.
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juuuun ajuwuru is uuoKtu lo
Jonvo next Wednesday.
Misa Graco Riohards loaves for
the CoaBt on the Australia.
Sonator H. P. Baldwin has re
turned from his trip to Kauai.
Tho Anglican OhurohOhroniolo
for February has been received.
The now addition to tho Gastlo
& Cooko premises is open to tho
Cornetist TCreuter will play a
solo at tho Emma squaro band
Portraits onlargod from small
photos and handsomely framed
for 810 at King Bros. ,
Mrs. William Eassieof- Kbalia
Ieavos for an extended visit-to tho
Coast by tho Australia.
A. W. Seabury the collector
wont to windward Oahu in the
steamer Keauhou today.
Paoifio Lodge of Masons Las a
meeting on hand for tonight, with
work in the third degree.
Thoro is considerable guessing
as to what Jamie Wilder has in
store for the publio tonight.
Colonel R. H. McLonn Ipf t on
the Doric yesterday morning. He
will go direct to New York.
Tho ico works- at Kahului aro
turning out one ton of that re
freshing commodity every 24
King Bros, havo just rocoived a
now lot of tissue paper, window
poles, sash rods, artists' materials,
picture frames, otc.
Hustace avenue, tho now road
to the Kewalo tract, is opon. EC
forts are to be made to induce the
government to grade it.
A special band coucort in honor
of departing passengers by tho
Austiulia has boeu arranged for
tomorrow night at the Hawaiian
Mr. Pain is having a switch put
in tho Beretania street tramways
liuo at Alapai street. It will be a
great aid to tho proper handling
of the baseball season traQic.
There was an excellent enter
tainment ijiven at Palama chapel
on Saturday. Mrs. Montague
Turuer, Commissioner Marsden,
Hiss Love and Mr. Bluxomo fur
R. L. Scott announces the com
ing of the Stanford University
Glee and Maudolin Club in May
or June next and their nppearanco
at tho Opera House under his
The Social Science Association
will hold its monthly session at
the house of'W. II, Castle this
evening, when the especial feature
will bo a paper on profit sharing
by P. 0. Jones.
David Center will be the new
manager at Waianao plantation.
In company with H. A. Wide
xnann, J. M. DowBett, Dr. Miner
and others he made a tonr of the
plantation on Saturday.
Paul Ljenberg, Sr. and his wife,
the Misses Isenborg, and Paul
Isenborg Jr. aud wifo all left in
tho Doric. Tho junior oouple go
no farther than the Coast, while
.tho others return to their home in
Tho polico inspection by Mar
shal Brown yesterday ocoupiod
nearly three hours. At its closo
the Marshal presented the medal
won by Lieutenant Chamberlain
in tho recent contest to tho win
ner with suitablo remarks.
Tho first and second prizes
offered for billiard players by tho
Hagoy Institute on Saturday ovo
ning were won by Messrs. Har
rison and Mulling, respectively.
In tho pool contest tho prizes went
to Messrs. -W. 0. Lounsbury and
J. J.Williams in tho order named.
Gus Suhuman has just received
a consignment of surreys, bug
gios and road wagons, also a full
assortment of buggy and Burroy
harness, all now and firstolass,
best make aud matorial. These
goods aro for sale at a very low
figuro and canjbe inspected at tho
Club Stables, Fort Btreot. Mr.
Suhuman makes a specialty of
fine haudraado surrey and buggy
Deputy-Sheriff Coney of Kauai
is in the city.
Father Leonor has returned
from a visit to Maui.
John D. Holt has rosigncd from
tho PoBtal Savings bank.
A.Russian is not legally of age
till,ho is twenty-six years old.
A'Kealia Japanese had his foot
mangled in tho cano outtor of tho
BUgar mill last wook.
Dr. Averdam, managor of the
Paoifio Fertilizer Works, is baok
from a trip to Kauai.
King Bros, havo just filled an
ordor for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
Bon Zablan is acting as clork of
the polico court today, owing to
tho indisposition of Olork Coelho.
New goods in all dopartmonts,
including valentines, have boon
received at tho Golden Rulo
That pioturo in King Bros',
window which has attractod bo
muchattontion is not tho portrait
of anyone here.'
-Kaiowe', a native, was arrested
thi8i1nbrning foTr "deserting the
contraot service of the Wilder
Tho averago lifo of women in
France for tho last thirty-two
years has boon thirty-eight yoars
and of men thirty-six years.
Try the Vacuum Oils? They
wear better than any lubricants
yet introduced into this market.
Paoifio Hardware Co., agents. '
A fino line of new phaotons
consigned to Gus Schuman is ex-
I pected . by tho Andrew Woloh to
uiwva nuuut iuu xuiu ul turn
N. S. Sachs in this paper in
troduces an attractive list of new
spring goods, whioh will bo
onough to tax tho attention' of
ladies for one wook.
On December 21 Thomas Burner
a divor,-Ieaped from tho Frith of
Forth bridge, Scotland, a distanoe
of 160 feet, into tho sea, and was
picked up uninjured.
Nino out of about twenty Chi
nese gamblers arrested yesterday
paid tho usual $10 fine and costs
in tho police courtthis morning
and the rest woro discharged.
Secretary Holmes of the Bishop
Estate is now holding down a
handsome new desk, while a fancy
iron railing and counter makes
his offico look quite attractive.
A parasite grass that mats over
and destroys tho manienio grass,
whioh was montioned somo time
ago in this paper, has attacked tho
lawn surrounding tho Judiciary
Tho charges of assault and bat
tory and carrying concealed wea
pons on whioh J. Bugdon was ar
rosled yostorday wore both dis
missed by Judge de la Vorgno this
Tho Tomplo of Fashion is mak
ing a run this woek on oil cloths.
They aro 25 cents per yard; all;
colors and patterns, 47 inohos wido
and worth considerablo more than
tho prico asked.
In tho police court this morning
a lot of eight drunks of- assorted
nationalities paid the usual fino
for drunkenness. Some of the)
number have paid fines enough to
pay for a course of treatment at
the Hagoy Institute.
The Paoifio Hardware Company
exhibits an orange twig with a
cluster of three handsome speci
mens of the fruit, whioh avorago
a pound each in '.weight. They
wore grown at Mark Robinson's
place, Nuuunu valley.
It is rumored that a oortain gov
ernmont official, who handles quite
a good deal of monoy in the course
of a month, has boon suspended
while his accounts are boing ex
amined. In this oaso thoro is a
reported deficienoy of nearly a
McCandlosB Bros, havo nearly
completed the last of tuo three
wells they have been boring at
Kahuku plantation. Their con
tracts at Paia and Ewa plantations
are also nearing completion. Thoy,
have just finished a now woll at
Kamoiliili for Ah Hin,
Two Ohineso, arrested yostorday
by Officer Cordes for torturing
some caged rats, were found guil
ty of cruelty to animals this
morning by Judge do la Vorgno,
Wa Loy was fined $1 and costs and
Wa Hop sent to jail for tou days.
Tho cnBQ has boon appealed.
Celebrated (or Its great leavening strength
and ucaltufulneis. Assures ttio food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. KorAL Uakiko row
deii Co , New Yoiik.
Havo you a copy of tho : :
Hobron Drug Coa. nowv
Tho book is difforont' from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
anyone who will call or write.
Bettor get ono to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort. . '
New Goods in All
Just Received ex 8. S. "Australia"
a Full Lino of
S5o. Papeterle: our price 2So.
60o. " ' " 85o.
76o. and 85o. " " BOo.
50o. Tablets '- " 25c.
60o. " " 80c.
60c. " " ' "850.
.... IN ....
fW See Prices In Our Show Win
dow. J. M.WEBB
810 Fort Street.
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores fitted up and
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
K& Office and Bhop: No. 010 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carrlago Bhop.
Paper Hanging & Decoration
Neatly done. All work promptly and care
fully nttoudod to. Telephone 810. Ileal
dence, Knnkiui street. 628-lm
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Have Just Hecolved per S. S.
IeW Fashion Gfoods
Very Trotty Design?.
Dresses . . .
Dres3 Goods In Evening Shades!
Wholesale and Retail.
Elebtion of Officers.
At a Meeting of the Shareholders of
the Hawaiian Hugey Iuetilute held
on Fob. 3rd, the following oflloors were
Alex. Young President
W. R. Castle '.Vlco President
A. V. Gear .,,... Secretary
J. A. Magoon...t. Treasurer
L. C. Ablea. ...... Auditor
Tho above officers constitute the
Board of Directors.
A. V. GEAR,
627 8t Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that one
Cream Colored Hotue bianded -on the
left hip and on the left side, two hlud
legs black and white, left foru-lrg
black, aud rltfht fore-leg while and
black, shod on left forn hii'i It i rut hoofn,
bai been impounded In the Govern
ment Pound at Muklkl, Honolulu, and
If said eetray is nnt claimed and all
Pound charges satisfied on or before
Saturday, Felruary 20, 1897, at 12
o'olook noon, the barae will be rold ou
that dato aud hour to the blithest
bidder. K, KRKUENE,
Honolulu, February 6, 1897. 626 3t
The Ilesidenco of E. It. Hendry, corner
Kinaa and Pensaoola streets. House con
tains Eight Booms and lias all the modem
conveniences. Large grounds. Tel. 301.
Corner of Imnalilo and Pensaoola streets,
Five Lots, 7S feet by 125 feet ench. The
most desirable residence property for sale
on tho plains. For terms apply to
HUB. K. li. UU.NUUX,
DAVID K. BAKER,
EI oris fc,
Nunanu Valley, above the Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra chnrgo for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Greens and Onrnatlons a spe
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. Fire and Life In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant fitroct.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A.ttorney at Law
14 Eaahumann Street.
Telephone No. 682. 49S-6m
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No.-45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisemont of Real
Estate and Furniture.
Book and Job Printei
Morchnnt Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over flu wuiinn News Company's
Book Store. my 18.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless. Presenilis Paint Company,
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Mnsio for Ito
coptions, 1'iculoj, LunuB, Qraud liulln, etc,
otc All orders given prompt attention.
OB- Leave orders with "Ku llnloOiwi"
W. W. Dimond, or to Uatu D. Wilinkal,
111 Hicliards street. MG-lnj
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S SACHS!
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!,
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusliiis,
Gveiiadities, Homespzctit Lizzeizs,
An ontire new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, otc.
Latest in ISTeck Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The ISTew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
Now "Ribbons !
Our Large A.sortment of
mm in :a:
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos arid Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
LewBS & CoB
The "Austrnlia" brought us
a lot of goods suitable to all
classes of people nnd wo sell
them to dealers or consumers.
Person buying in quantities
got tho benefit of wholesale
rates. Many of them do this
because a penny saved is a
We have California Apples,
Kidney Potatoes, Wh'olo
Wheat Flour, Cream Flako
Wheat or Uats and Morning
Meal. These cereals are what
every person with a regard for
health should use. Then wo
have kits of choice Mackerel
or Salmon Bellies, Navel
Oranges, Herrings and Chipped
Beef, Extra Fancy Creamery
Butter in blocks or kits for
family use. Extra:largo Bloater
Mackerel (wholesale or retail),
Fat Salmon Bollies (to trado
or consumer), Sliced Laiuoii
Cling Peaches in 1 and 2lb.
tin, largest variety of Cheese
ever imported, Camenbert,
Kronen Kaiser Fromago do
Brio and uvety known brand.
Thero aro besides tho abovo
43 different items; more than
wo have space to mention.
These goods aro fresh by tho
"Australia'' and there is varie
ty enough fur ono to pick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods uro well-known and
the quality of them hns never
boon surpassed in Honolulu.
A telephone inessngo will bring
you what you want.
Lewis &' Co.,
"N"ew Trimmings !
In many parts of "tho land
of the free and tho home of
the brave" at this time of the
year building operations are
suspended, and every man hns
his eye on tho coal dealer
while watching the 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
tho past year has had a de
pressing effect uppnQdgo tools,
for, liko everything else, they
give way with too constant
use. Wo have, in view of the
prospective demand, made a
big buy of tho finest grade of
tools obtainable in eastern mar-
kets; they, aro what carponters
and machinists need all the
timo and when buying tho best
they get is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo havo tho Millers Falls
Company ratchet brace, with
drill attachment. J?ho Elkin's
saw file. Bailey's adjustable
blade, wood and iron baso
planes. Stool tape measures,
guaranteed to be accurate
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with Gorman nilvor
Olmstcad'simproved mitro box
es. Tho "Now RogorV'foot
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. Theso
goods aro all guaranteed first
vW r.B v fl
Von Holt Block.
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