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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBKUAKY 11 18U7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Company A will moot this evon
,. ingfor biiBiuess nud drill.
Minister Cooper is now Presi
dent of tho Board of Health.
Don't forpet to call at tho Tem
plo of Fashion and inepoot tho lOo
ThoY. M. C.A. orohostra will
not rohoarso this ovouing, tho hall
1 boing rontod.
Tho long oxpected and pro-
" ..' ' nnrncl for cnlico ball comes off to-
J-5 '. morrow night.
.A y Tho Yokohama Spooio bank is
clospd toduy, it being a, Japanoso
Tho Board of Education will
moot this afternoon. No meeting
was hold yesterday.
Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd
coutompluto a visit to tho Statos
in tho early summer. .
- ' The St. LouiB College Literary
Society will proaont "Tho Irish
Duke" during theEastor holidays.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
will act as Attornoy - Goneral
during the absenco of W. 0.
A meeting of tho Mounted
Reserve is called for 5 o'clock
(tuis auernoon ai mo iiairici
At a meeting of tho Board of
Directors of tho Myrtle Boat Club
last night' seven now membors
Dr. McLennan, with his wife
and daughter, expects to leavo on
the Monowai for their home in
tho South Seas.
Tho assessed -valuo of farms in
tho United States in 1880 was
ov.er ton billions of dollars, and in
1890 over thirteen billions.
Messrs. S. G. "Wilder and C. V.
Dickey will represent Pacific
Tenuis Club as dolegatos to tue
Hawaiian Tennis Association.
There was a meeting of bicyolo
enthusiasts last evening over tho
proposed track at Kewalo, but
nothiug definite was accomplish
ed. School teaohers and children
aro already counting tho days to
tho Easter holidays. It is said
two weeks' vacation will be given
' " this year.
Tho Chicago Health Commis
sioners have declared tho water
supply of that city to be unfit for
children to drink aud havo shut it
off from the public schools.
D. B. Smith, the boot and shoo
man, left on the Australia yester
day. He will visit New York and
expects to see McKinley inaugur-
atod at Washington on March i.
A return match between tho
local players and an eleven from
H. M. S. Icarus comes off on
Saturday at the ball grouuds. The
Britishers weio practising yester
day afternoon at the King street
The work of boring wells in
Waipio gulch on tho now Oahu
plantation will commence in a
few days. It will be in ohargo of
J. L. McCandless. His brother
John is on the road to Pittsburg
to procure moro.machinory.
It is proposed in England to
make tho colouration of the six-
. tioth year of the Queen's reign a
season of gifts to the poor and of
L providing parks for small towns
and villages so tho people will
liave good roason to enjoy the oc
casion. A Ohincso woman committed
suicido by hanging yestorday
afternoon at a strawberry ranch
owned by her husband in Nuuanu
"" valley. Tho man - had been in
town all day and on returning
found his wife hanging to a door.
She had been dead somo timo.
Harrv J. Hart. reDreBontinc tho
large importing house of Castle
Brothors of San Francisco, aud
Mrs. Hart a sistor of Harry,
Fred aud Edgar Lewis of thia city
loavo on tho Monowai tomorrow
for Sydney. Mrs. Harry F.
Lowis and son accompany them
to tho Colonies, whore thoy will
make an extonded visit.
Gus Schuraan has just recoived
a consignment of Biirreys, , bug
gies and road wagons, also a full
aBBortment of buggy and surrey
liarnoss, all new and flrstolass,
be8t mako aud material. Theso
goods aro for sale at a very low
figuro and can bo inspected at tho
Club Stables, Fort stroet. Mr.
Sohumau makes a specialty of
fine handmade surrey and buggy
C. S. Desky expecU to loavo far
Hilo tomorrow morning.
Sixteon-hundredtliH of an inch
of rain fell in town last night.
On account of romoval G
Haffnor is soiling jewelry below (
Tho officors of the Icarus will
givo a danco on board that vessel
Tlios. LindBay, jowelor, has oc
cupied one of tho stores in tho
now Loro building.
Commissioner Marsden has ro-
ceived a lot of sample packages of
coffee seed from Ceylon. I
Soya, a Japanese truant, plead
ed guilty in tho police court this '
morning. Sentence suspended.
A novelty in plows can bo seen
at Tom King's cyolery in tho
shapo of tho Spalding A Bobbins'
Tom McTicbo savs he is actina
as charge d' aifaires nd interim
for Macfarlane & Co. during tho
absenco of Olaronco White.
John D. Holt's successor iu tho
Postal Savings Bank has not yet
been appointed. Chas. Hyde is
temporarily filling tho position.
Tho trial of Minna Cremmor
for soiling liquor without aliconso
is occupying tho attention of
Judge Carter and a foreign jury
Tho trial of W. J , Coolho for
embezzlement comes up in tho
Eolico court tomorrow. Ho will
o defended by iCroighton &
J . J. Carden, having boon sup
plied with more material, has re
sumed work at making tho new
coment balcony on tho Judiciary
Judgo Wilcox will occupy tho
bench of the District. Court to
morrow when tho Coolho case
comes up, Judgo do la Vergno
considering himself disqualified.
It is assertod on tho street today
that tho same treaty presented to
President Harrison's cabinet will
bo brought forward immediately
after Prosident McKinley's in
augural. Dr. Wayson will moat likely bo
tho physician in charge of the
Hagey Institute after the de
parture of Messrs. Kirkpatrick
and Co wart to Austialia next
Although this is tho dull sea
son of the year, tho Honolulu
Iron Works -iiave a full force of
hands at work, with plenty of
orders in sight and several largo
ontracts on hand.
Lata arrivals at the Arlington
hotel are G. S. Hammond, San
Francisco; Chas. E. Bosecrans,
Labainalnna; Mrs. Osmor Abbott,
Lahainaluna; Wm. Vaunatta,
Hilo; H. 0. Vida, S. P. Woods
and T. N. Davis, city.
Dairymen wero on hand in largo
forco at the meeting of tho Board
of Health, to discuss the question
of compensation for cattle de
stroyed on account of tuborculosis.
Thoy wero disappointed by tho
postponement of the matter.
m m m
Intormntlori for Tourlftl.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friond, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to nave tbo nowcomer's
gripsaok scrawled over with chalk
marks by tho CustomsInspector
at tho gate tho stranger remarked
to his friond "Do you 'ave much
rain 'ere?" Rainier mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to the
Anchor Saloon whero thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
just bo in time for luuch too and
that's tho only placo in town
where thoy servo it up in proper
stylo with a glass of .IUinikr
Beer to equilibrializo tho solids
There is butter and thoro i'b
butter but thoro is no buttor that
arrives in Honolulu so sweet aud
fresh as the Mikilua and Waianao
Buttor. Its rapid transit by rail
diroct from tho dairy to tho Pala
ma Grocery's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposite tho
railway dopot onablos us to
handle it to tho best advantago.
No wonder wo aro doing euoIi a
largo buttor business, wheh wo
aro soiling this fine buttor at 35o.
per lb. Palama Grocery, oppo
sits Bailway Depot, King street.
Till: I'A.TIK OI OSTMM'AIIIY.
'I'i'MIhium) ill ii IIiiiiiiIiiIii .lien limit (i
till" , Sl-ltncr,
The Osteopath, the official orgau
of the Pacific School of Osteopa
thy and Sanitarium, Anaheim,
California, in its January- number
The fame of osteopathy has
spread oven unto tho islands of
the sea. as is evidenced bv the
fact that Mr. G. P. Castle of Ho-I
uolulu ha3 recently visited this I
country for tho purpose of placing '
himself under treatment in tho
new school. '
"While at the mother iustitu- !
tion, ho learned, thanks to judi- j
cious advertising, that a school '
for tho dissomiuutiou of tho new
philosophy of euro existed on the
Pacific Coast, as well as a sanita
rium Tor tue treatment of tho
patients, and on his way homo
from the East made it a point to
look us up, visited Anaheim,
whero ho spout a day interviewing
tho teachers', patients and students,
looking ovdr the buildings and
class rooms, with the idea of learn
ing something of our methods,
and acquainting himself with our
facilities for taking caro of our
guosts and pationts.
"He went away woll pleased
with all ho saw, as well as our
climate and location, and expressed
himself as having no hesitancy iu
recommending his friends to us,
both for treatmont aud instruction.
"Mr. Castlo impressed us as a
wido-awako, up to-dato gontleman,
one who does not revel in tho
golden age of tho past, believes in
present achievements, aud sees
possibilities in a bright future
more glorious tlmu either.
"The iuterost which such go a
hcad people manifest in this
science emphasizes tho fact that
in every age there is only ono way
or method of doing anything
whioh the world recognizes as
above aud beyond competition;
ana in the important matter ot
relieving aud curiug human ills,
tho sciouco of osteopathy marks
out that perfect way.
"Mr. Castlo informs us that
there is great need of osteopathic
operators in tho Hawaiian Islands.
Young men, young womnn, horo
is your opportunity. Equip your
self with a thorough knowledge
of this now science and tho world
is your field from which to reap
a goldeu harvest . and beuefit
itiat oiti.vit rn kik i Niia Mt
Wrjltr Forced lo Mmclnd a Recent
New York, February 1. A
special to the World from Wash
ington says: American sugar
planters in Cuba at last havo tak
en a decided stand. On their de
maud Secrotary Olney has cabled
to the Madrid Government that
the grinding of sugar cane on Am
erican plantations in Cuba must
bo pormitted; to proceed immedi
ately claims or against Spuiu for
heavy damages from January 1
will bo filed at tho Stato Depart
ment. A reply came back from
Madrid that Goneral Weylor had
been instructed to countermand
his order prohibiting sugar grind
ing, and that tho work might be
gin forthwith. On tho strength
of this an agent of the sugar
planters left recently for Cuba to
seo General Weylor and to start
These aro dayB of considerable
anxiety and porplosity to all who
havo possessions or other interests
in tho Bepublio of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizens catno to a
mutual understanding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at presout
vague ami indistinct, and our
destiny cannot be foretold with
cortainty. Thero are those, also,
who still fondly cling to the hope
of a return to the old ordor of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far more hazy than
that of Annexation oveu to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarchy. But, fortuuately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco iu tho fact that
Buffalo Boor linn nnmn to ntnvr nnd
that patrons of all sorts and,
opinions may equally share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. We aro
moroover assured that this favorito
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho ltoyal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
Celebrated for ltuprcnt tenvcnlng strength
ami lKMHliCtilnets. Anuren llio food uj;aliist
alum anil all forms of luliflteraMnn common
to the cheap brnnili. Kovai, Biking Tovr
iieii Co , New Yohk.
Have you a copy of the : :
: ,, : Hobron Drug Co's. new
The book is diffcrontrfrom the
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
anyone who will call or write.
Bettor get ono to-day.
o ' -
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
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GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mason, Harwood and
ntbor make', from $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &
Cole and other wellkuown
ACCORDEON8, the celebrated "Im
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And n thrmannri anil nnn nttmr
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Our stpek Is the most varied to be
found this side of 'Frisco, ami the
prices' the same as you pay in the
All Instruments sold on easy month
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520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusIiiis,
Grenadtizes, H(mzesunt Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
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New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The 3STew Bolero Jackets
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Our Large Assortment of
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Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streote.
Lewis & Co.
Tho "Australia" brought us
a lot of goods suitablo to all
classes of people and we sell
thotn to dealers or consumors.
Person buying in quantities
get tho benefit of wholesale
rates. Mnny of them do this
becauso a penny saved is -a
We havo California Apples,
Kidney Potatoes, Whole
Wheat Flour, Cream Flake
Wheat or Oats and Morning
Meal. Theso cereals aro what
overy 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 trado
or consumer), Sliced Lmon
Cling- Peaches, in 1 and 2lb.
tin, largest variety of Cheese
over imported, Camenbert,
Kronon Kaiser Fromago do
Brio and evory known brand.
Thero aro besides tho abovo
43 different items; more than
wo havo space to mention.
These goods aro fresh by tho
"Austruliu" aud thero is varie
ty enough for ono to pick out
a very respectable dinner menu.
Our goods aro woll-knowii and
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
the brave" at this timo of the
year building operations are
suspended, and overy man has
his eye on tho coal dealer
while watching tho water pipes
showing a tendency to freeze
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 edge tools,
for, like everything else, they
give way with too constant
uso. Wo havo, in view of tho
prospective domand, made a
big buy of tho finest grade of
tools obtainable in eastern mar
kets; they aro what carpenter
and machinists need all the
time and when buying tho best
thoy got is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
Wo havo the Millers Falls
Company ratchet braco, with
drill attachment. Tho Elkin's
saw file. , Bailoy's adjustable
blade, wood and iron base
pianos. Stool tape measures,
guaranteed to bo accurato.
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with German silver
Olmstcad's improved mitro box
es. Tho "Now Rogor's" foot
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. Theso
goods are all guaranteed first-class.
Honoiuiu.j Von Holt Block. NjlB
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