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EVENING "BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10. 1807
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
This is Ladies' day at tbo Paci
fic tennis court.
J. M. Vivas is bora o again, after
a month's visit to Hilo. .. v
"V. J. Coolho lias boeirjreleaBod
on bail in tbo sum of $2000.
Mrs. H. Isonberg and Otto
Isenborg bavo roturnod o Kauai.
Editor Harrington and wifo bavo
roturnod from a trip tcT tbe Vol
Senator H. P. Baldwin loft for
Lahuina on tbo Mauua Loa yos
'terday. Company 0 of tbo National
Guard will elect officers on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gibbons
left for Yokohama on tbo Gaelic
Tbe funeral of tbo lato Minis
tor Willis took placo at' Louisville
on January 2G.
Tboro will be a mooting of tbe
St. Louis College Literary Socie
ty tbis evening.
Tbo foundation walls of tbo
now Emmolutb building are Hear
H.H. Ronton, assistant manager ,
of tbo Union Mill Uompuny, is
ovor from Kobala.
Arthur Harrison is increasing
tbo forco of workmen employed at
his Punahou quarry.
The Commissioners of Educa
tion bavo their regular wookly
meeting this afternoon at 2:30.
Tbo engagement of Miss Bollo '
Carter of this city to Austin 1'arker
of Boston, Mass., is announced.
Tbe Gaelic did not got away un
til dusk last ovouing, but alio was
making np for lost'timo when last
Tbo band will play at TbomaB
square tbis ovomng. Tbe pro
gram will bo found olsewhoro in
That picture in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much utteution is not tbo portrait
of anj oiio here.
.Charles Crane will have charge
rjf tbo subscription department of
mo Hawaiian wnzaue vAnipauy m
placo of W. W Chamberlain,
f Tbo quarterly meeting of
StiaiiKors' Friend Society
be held in tbe parlors of the Y. M.
O. A. on Thursday morning at 10
b in liounon more nres occur on
Saturday tban on any other day of
n tho wpek, and more in August und
December than in any other
'The Board of Health should
hold its rogular meeting at 3
o'clock this afternoon, but owing
to the departure of Attorney-General
Smith it is likely to bo post
poned. A report eomo by tho Kinau
that contracts for road work in
North Kobala have been lot with
out proper advertising and that
contractors are subletting to Jap.
aneBO. An investigation would
eoem to be in order.
The trial at Yokohama of Mrs.
Garew, charged with poisoning
hor husband with arsenic, baa
ended in a verdict of guilty and
sentence of death. Tho trial being
in the British Cousular Court tbe
aenteuce is subjoct to revision by
khe British Minister to Japan.
As an instance of tho present
overcrowded condition of tho pub
lic, schools it may be mentioned
that about 175 pupils aro enrolled
in tbe Kalihi waona Bohool in
wbioh tbero aro only threo teach
ers employed. About forty of tbo
smaller children bavo to be taught
on the lauai, tbero being only two
clasa rooms in the building.
The schooner Wahlberg, wbioh
brought arms and ammunition to
Honolulu during tbe revolution in
1891, and was afterward seized at
San Diego, was recently sold to
Professor Anthony of the Smith
sonian Institution, who will fit out
tbe schooner to sail down tbe
Mexican coast on a cruise for
curios, shollB, algro and other spe
cimens. Gus Schuman has juBt received
a consignment of surreys, bug
gies and road wagonB, also a full
assortment of buggy and surroy
harness, all now and firstolass,
best make and material. These
goods are for sale at a very low
figure and can bo inspected at tho
.Club Stables, Fort street. Mr.
fkJSohuman makes a specialty of
fino haudmado surrey nnd buggy
Tbo calico ball will be bold Fri
Quarterly mooting Union Feed
Company on Saturday.
Mrs. Woltor puts up oxcellont
dinners at tbo Club Hotol.
J. Ashworth has been discharg
ed on tho verdict of a jury.
Oystercooktails aro now served
at tbo Elite icecream parlors.
Mrs. Tom May returned to Ho
nolulu by tho Kinau yostorday.
Tho timo table for tbo 1. 1. S. N.
Co.'s steamer Mauua Loa is print
ed in this papor.
Tbero wero only
cases on Judge do
docket tbis morning.
photos and baudsomely
for $10 at King Bros.
It is twouty-sovon years sinco
"W. O. Sraitb went farther east in
tbo Unitod States tban Califor
nia. A power of attorney from
Emma O. Watson, noo Spreckols,
to Wm. G. Irwin has boon ro
cordod. Yivicnaves. a I'ortuguose, was
fined $10 and $3 costs tbis morn-
ing in tho police court for boating '
A Chinaman named Ung Leong
wbb fined a dollar and a dollar
costs today by Judge do la Vergno
for cruelty to animals.
Minister King will go to Eng
land wbon Hawaii nets ready to
I purchase a new man-of-war. Ho
' wiintn n rrnnrl lnnrr trin nr nnnn At
Tbo Kona Echo is tbe namo of
va projected newspaper at Kailua,
Hawaii. It will bo printed in four
or fivo languages including Japa
nese Some 800 and odd applications
for labor, mostly Chinese, bavo
been filed with the Board of Im
migration. About COO aro for tbo
Oahu Sugar Co. juBt incorporated.
Attornoy-Geueral W. O. Smith
and wifo leavo today on tho Aus
tralia. Mrs. Smith will visit
i friends in California whilo hor
' husband goes on to Washington,
i peter (Jorrea was arrested early
thiB moruine for ansault and hat
tery on Manuel Brauco. Petor
was released on $25 bail ponding
a hearing in tbo polico court to
The fourth annual report of tho
Hawaiian Historical Society has
been issued with promptness. It
is ouo tt tho most interesting re
cords tho society has yet produced.
Mr. Griove is tho printor.
O. W. Dickoy was excused from
a jury panel this afternoon on his
statement that bo had an uncon
trollable sympathy for the Gov
ernment in such cases as that for
opium in possessiou about to bo
Tbe attention of tbo Board of
Health is directed to the sanitary
arrangements of the Oaeauio dock
which are in a disgraceful condi
tion. They aro owned by tho
government and should ''bo main
tained in at least a condition ap
proaching common decency.
TOnfnrn ihn TTnrvav TnntitnfA nnf
in mi annnnrnnra in thin nitv tliflrn
usod to be an averace of from fivo
to ten drunks fined in the polico
court. Now tbo number seldom
exceeds two or throe, except on
Mondays. Today a South Sea
Islander named Tom was tho on
ly ono convicted of druukonnoss.
Tbe following non-commissioned
officers bavo been appointed
by Captain Dillingham of tho
Mounted Resorvo: O. H. W.
Norton, quartermaster Borooant;
ArmBtrongSmith,hospital steward; I
Wm. Uharauorlaiu, lirst sergeant;
Georgo Angus, second; 0. W.
Diokoy, third; E. A.,Mott-Srnith,
Singors load tbo world. Ovor
18,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tbo World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
instruction, regularity of motion,
eaBO of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convomonce of ar
rangement. B. Bergorsen, agent,
16J Betbol streets.
At tbo recont anniversary of the
Myrtle Boat Club tbo gift of the
racing shell, "Alice M.," to tho
club by Mrs. Frank Hastings,
wifo of tbo cbargo d'affaires at
Washington, wp happily recalled
among other rominisconces. Ches
tor Doyle, in compliment to tbo
fair bonefactrcss, Bang in bis most
melodious stylo "Alice Bon Bolt."
. FROM THE BIG ISLAND
DKMUNt'lAIIOaf or 'IIIF. AllAI'K
on tub cr.vroM iiou.sr.
New Eclltorliiotnllml-rortucMCfl mill
In Trouble Vehicular Acci
dent A Veteran Judge.
W. II. Smith is now editor of
tbe Hawaii Herald, and makes a
good fiat of it in his initial effort.
Tho Herald denounces tbo arti
clo in tbo Tribuno on tbo Hilo
custom houso. It reports tbo fact
in that connoction that tbo regular
inspection of tbo books by an au
ditor from headquarters in Hono- I
lulu rbsultod in 'everything boiug
found absolutely correct.
Tbe Tribune says: Tbo now
organ for tbo Foreign Church iB
now completed and set up in tho
factory of Messrs. Borgstrom fc
Sons, San Francisco. Boforo be
ing packed up for shipment to
Hilo it was heard by tbe Hon. O.
R. Bishop and Mr. O. M. Cooke.
and thoy were so well pleased
' with tboir inspection of it that it
. is highly probable that tbo above
firm will receive the contract for
tbe new Kamohamoha organ.
Judgo Hapai of tho District
Court of Hilo has celebrated tbo
20th year of his magistracy.
1 E. E Richards bad a leg hurt
and IS. Schoen, his partner and
brother in law, his noso broken,
in a vehicle accidont.
i The Japanese bavo about decid
ed going into tho passenger vehi
cle traffic in town. A new arrival
1 from Houolulu is running a sort
of surrey. Moro aro oxpoctoU to
H Hackfold & Co., tbo Tribuno
says, laRt Monday morning com
menced foreclosure proceedings
in Honolulu against tbo Portu
guese Mill Comptny of Hilo, and
an order has been issued by Cir
cuit Judge Perry appointing A.
Haneberg receiver of tho assets of
said corporation. A bond of $10,
000 has been filed by H. Hackfold
a MtiiKi:r rou it vis.
Wauled by CunYn I'limtrr- li the
Nmitli Sen Inland.
The bats that infest tho dark
reeeeses of home of tho old and
deserted buildings of this city aro
not altogether useless. It is
known that they are insectivorous,
but the farmers, fruitgrowers and
giirdnneVb in this vioinity have
never discovered any plan for
F. W. Wumaoker arrived in
tbis city Monday evening with a
commission fropi tho coffee
plantors of tbe South Sea islands
to procure as many bats as possi
ble. As Boon as he made his mis
' siou known a number of boys im
mediately begnu a search for
them, and at this writing be has
secured 200 or 300, for which bo
bus paid 2J cents each.
Mr. Wumaoker m forms us that
a ln beetle. WUiOtl looks 60mO-
! tuinK ',ko ft J.uue bl,K B tho
coffeo plants in tbo South Sea isl
anas while tbe plants aro in
bloom. These injects aro very
destructive, and thoro is nothing
so effective in obeoking them as
bats. Indeed, they may be en
tirely exterminated by tbe ma'm
main under favorable conditions.
lulormntlnii for ToiirJt.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
' steamor was mot on tbo dock by
a Milesiau American friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to bavo tho newcomer's
gripsack scrawled ovor with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
nt tbo gate tho strangor remarked
to his friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'ero ? " IUinieii mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon whoro tboy keep
itialwayB, clear and cool. We'll
just bo in time for lunch too and
that's tbo only placo in town
where tboy serve it up in propor
style with a glass of Rainier
Beer to equilibrializo tbo solids
They went I
On today's Einau tho Paoifio
Hardwaro Co. bavo received a
frosb supply of Prof. Honsbaw'a
Platinotypo and Sepia priuts.
Sond somo of thorn to your friends
for a Now Year's reminder.
Celebrated fur Its prent Icnvinlni; Mrcneth
and liialthrulneta. Atsurm the fond against
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to tucilitap brands. Kotai. Hakino Pow
1)EK Co , Nkw Your.
Ilavo you a copy of tbo : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
Tho book is differont from tbo
ordinary cook-book. Its froo to
inyono who will call or write.
Better get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Steam Navigation L'll
W B GonrBEY President.
N. K Uruorc toie ry.
Tlino Tunic for 181)7.
Will joave Honolulu at 10
a. in. as foil s:
Touching ut Lrtlittlnn and Arriving at linn
laea the tauiu Day,
Friday Kobraaty 19
Tuesday Mn'ch 2
Friday March 12
Friday , . .April 2
Touching at Kona nnd Arriving at Ka the
Sitnrday February 20
Weduewlay , l .r h 3
Saturday March lii
Wt'datMiiuy M nth 24
Saturday A nl J
Returning Leaves Km at 0 u. m. Touching
ui Kuaa the Batne Day.
Mondxy February 15
Thursday rebruury 25
Monday Maroh 8
Thurmlay March 18
lloud it March 29
Thursday A ril 8
Leaves Maalae at 7 a. tn., Touching at
Lihtiin und Arriving at Ilonolnlu In
the Afternoon of the Sumo Diy,
Tuesday Februnry 18
Friday Fibru.iry V0
Tuesday Maroh 9
Friday..., ....Match 19
Tuesday '. March 30
Friday A,.ril 9
On the out trip will touch at tho follow
ing 1 orta In Kona: -Kailua, Kaunou,
Kmtwuliia, Hookonuuud Uooiuloi.
No Frriht will be recolve.laflcrSo'clock
on th day of Hailing.
Live Stock will bo carried Bololy at ownor's
rowdcr, and all other comimsliblo rant
tor, mtiHt bo plainly mariied as such to
Tho Company will pny no claim for lom
oi dam tge to owner- wn trn a it on hand
to reLt'We their goods wlilh lauding, aud
will not Ijo responsible lor uionoys j-whU
or valuables, unless pl.ii.od in ctiargo of
'i he Couipauy reserves the right to ohange
this 'lime bchodtile withuut uouce.
Passengers are ro mated to purchase
their Tmkela before embarking, othorwino
un additional chargi of 25 per cent will bo
Our other SteamersI walnut, Kontthon,
Noeau, Kuala, James Mike, MikahnU,
W. Q tlnll and Waialeule are arriving and
loaving Hlmost daily.
For further particulars, apply at
Queen Street Olfice,
Or, call up
' Telephones 300 or 36.
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N.. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street ; : .Honolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed YEusliiis,
Greitadiizes, ffcmiesfiim, Linens,
An entire now line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck W ear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The 3STew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
T"5Tew "Ribbons ! "New Trimmings !
Our Large Assortment of.
Just Received Direot from the London Faotory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IMPOBTEUa OF '
piflE HaAMi fM,LA HD CH Ciqr3,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Stroots..
LEWIS $( COi
Tlio "Australia" brought us
a lot of goods suitable to all
clnBses of people and wo soil
them to dealers or consumers.
Person buying in quantities
get tho benefit of wholesale
rates. Many of thetu do this
because a penny saved is a
penny enrned. "
Wo have California Apples,
Kidney Potatoes, ,Wholo
Wheat Flour, Cream Flake
Wheat or Uuts and Morning
Monl. These cereals aro what
every person with a regard for
health should use. Then wo
have kits of choice Mackerel
or Salmon Bellies, Navel
( )ranges, Herrings and Chipped
Beef, Extra Fancy Creamery
Butter in blocks or kits for
family use. Extra largo Bloater
Mnckcrer (wholesale or retail),
Fat Salmon Bellies (to trade
nr consumer), Sliced Lmnon
Cling -Peaches, in 1 and 2lb.
tin, largest variety of Cheeso
over imported, Camenbort,
Kronen Kaisor Fromago de
Brio and every known brand.
There aro besides the nbove
43 different items; moro than
wo have space to mention.
Tliese goods are fresh by tho
"Australia" and there is vario
ty enough for ono to pick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods aro well-known nnd
tho quality of them has never
been surpassed in Honolulu.
A telephone message will bring
you what you want.
Lewis & Co.,
In many parts of "tho land
of tho freo and the homo of
tho bravo" at this timo of the
year building operations aro
suspended, and overy man has
his 'oyo 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
give way with too constant
uso. Wo have, in view of tho
prospectivo demand, made a
big buy of .the finest' grade of
tools obtainable in castorn mar
kets; thoy aro what carpenters
and machinists need all tho
time and when buying tho best
thoy get is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo have tho Millers Falls
Company ratchet brace, with
drill attachment. Tho Elkin's
saw file. Bailey's adjustable
blade, wood 'and iron bnso
planes. Steol tape measures,
guaranteed to bo accurate.
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with Gorman Bilvor
Olmstead's improved mitro box
es. Tho "Now Roger's" foot
power scroll saw wjth drill and
omery attachments. These
goods aro nil guaranteed fast
class. Von Holt Block.