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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBHUAItr 15. li7
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. S. McCiuidlebB 1ms returned
Band concort at Emma squaro
tonight at 7:30.
Naturalist Perkins has returned
from'a trip to Kauai.
Senators Itico and Waterhouso
' bavo returned from Kauai.
Tho Kash is hitting' high prices
in the neck, litorally, this week.
Several household conveniences
ore advertised by W. V. Dimond.
Attorney S, M. Ballou returuod
from Maui by the Claudiuo yester
day. Deputy Shoriir Sholdon of Maui
v is in the city, accompanied by his
1. Jnmos Blackio, an engineer of
-J Alio Makawoli sugar plantation, is
m fv in t in mftr
,- Superior breakfast sausago js a
yi. specialty at tho Central Market
King it up.
0. V. Sturdevant and W. B.
Castlo are proparing a joint pam
phlet on annexation.
C. W. Spitz, who runs a goneral
merchandise store at Lihue, is
over from the Garden Isle.
Oahu Lodgo No. 1, K. of P.,
will give an anniversary dance at
their hall on Friday evening.
Bon Zablan, the new clerk of
tho police court, iB opening up a
fresh set of books for his depart
ment. "What lias become of the proposi
tion to light tho Waikiki rond with
electricity? It is buried clean out
A good many people who travel
on street cars are wishing there
was a law against spitting and
J. H. Schnack, the well-known
collector, was thrown out of his
brake on Saturday on the Palama
road and sovorely bruised.
Dr. Monsarrat's now wheel went
back on him on tho Waikiki road
yesterday and ho was forced to
take it aboard a friendly streetcar.
. Merchant street near the post
oflico is badly impeded by work
on the water mains, and Kaahu
rnnnu street is closed for tho pro-
Mauagor Coutor and family are
stopping at tho Hawaiian hotel
temporarily, previous to taking up
their permanent residence at Wai
anno. After many years of waiting, tho
band stand at Emma squaro has
at laBt been fitted with incandes
cent lights. Thomas square iB
next in order.
Archie Smithies has entered on
the duties of clerk of tho Postal
Savings Honk vice John D. Holt,
resigned. Ho received his ap
pointment on Saturday.
Frank Lynn of the steamer
Mikahala was thrown from his
wheel on Sunday ovening, dislo
cating his shoulder. Dr. Herbert
strnightened him out again.
A fire broko out in tho rear of
Ah Heo's furniture store on Nuu
anu street yesterday afternoon
about 2 o'clock but was extinguish
od without calling on the depart
ment. ' Solomon Mahiki, an employe of
E. 0. Hall & Sons, was arrested
l this morning on a charge of lar--V
cony in the socond degree. He is
accused of appropriating a quan
tity of leather.
The eloven from H. M. S.
- IcaruB turned tho tables on the
local cricketers on S.iturdoy after
noon by winning tho eleven with
seven wiokets to spare. ,A final
mutch is now on tho cards.
Printed circulars in native, sign
ed by William 0. Achi, C.L.Hop
kins, J. L. Kaulukou and J. M.
Poopoe, on tho Japanoso question
aro being distributed by tho An
nexation Club throughout tho isl
ands. Company E beat Company" F
in a match shoot on Saturday by
Creedraoor rules, each team
Bcoring 408. The sarao rules wore
also responsible for Company
D's victory over F and G, tho
scores being 400, 400 and 383 res
pectively. Only throo men wore before tho
police court for drunkenness this
morning, an unusually small
number for a Monday morning.
The Hogey Instituto seems to bo
getting tho best of tho District
Court, as the cash roceipts from
fines for drunkenneBB aro rapidly
J. M. Vivas put in last Satur
day acting ns interpreter in tho
Ditnoud divorc; case.
A special meeting of tho
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will bo hold at 11 a. in. Wednes
day. The now treasury certificates,
which aro for both gold and silvor,
win not Do roauy to is3U0 for a
Geo. W. Smith tho druggist is
the now secretary of tho Queen's
Hospital Trustees, in place of F.
A. jSohaefer, promoted to tho
chair as vice president.
J. D. McVeigh and his crew of
quarantine officers aro onjoyiug
tho pleasures of city life for a few
days until tho next consignment
of students comes along.
Professor Bergor announces
that tho government baud will
givu a moonlight concort at Ma
koo Island on Wednesday even
ing, and that the band stand will
bo lit up by oleotric lights.
It is generally underutood that
as tar as tuo Dimond caso has
proceoded nothing has occurred
and no testimony hus been given
which would have shockod any
ono listening to or reading it in
Caretaker Greene taketh tho
buu for making tho pun. "Not
withstanding counter attractions,"
ho says, "Messrs. Aahloy and
Stackablo are, kept pretty busy at
tuo treasury." He tondored this
wit for use without credit, but our
reporter is incapable of such a
o )untor feat.
About fifteen prisoners under
two native lunaB have been engag
ed most of'tho day in dragging a
big flag polo from Dowsett's lane
to tho Quarantine fetation. When
ou tho mud flats tho whole lot,
prisoners, flunas and poles, pot
mired down through the breaking
of the rope they woro hauling on.
An apprentice off ono of the
recently arrived big sailing vosspIb
in port was anxiously looking for
the American Consul Goneral this
morning, olaiming that ho had
been knocked out no loss than
Bnventeen times betwoou San
Francisco and this port and that
everybody on board from tho
captain to tho cook had had a hand
in abusing him.
1'roiioiiiiccd a 1'iiUr.
Tho story reprinted In a morn
ing paper about Burr Ferguson,
a notorious confidence operator,
being ordered out of Portland,
Oregon, and his supposed visit to
Honolulu and iutormnrriago into
a branch of tho royal Hawaiian
family in 1891, is pronounoed a
fako of the worst kind by sevoral
persons who ought to know. Ex
Marshal C. B. Wilson is ono of
these, and ho says that of the two
mon of tho name of Forguson who
havo beorj here in ten years past
oue was a gentleman from
England who was in the
business of importing horses
and cattle and tho other
was tho captain of the Monsarrat
of "blaokbirding" famo. Mr.
Wilson says there were also one
or two naval officers of the samo
name here during tho poriod men;
tioned, but none of them inter
married with any branch of the
royal or any othor family while
hero. He pronounces the story a
fako from beginning to end.
-. i; )
Maatlug of Portugarie.
There will bo a special meeting
of tho Portuguese Union at its
headquarters on Alapni street
next Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock. As tho Union numbers
within its membership about 09
por cont ot tho Portuguoso in tho
city, tho colony will be well rep
resented at tho meeting beyond a
doubt. President VivaB could not
say this morning what subjects
were to be brought up, boyond
that tho mooting was called to dis
cuss matters pertaining to the gon
eral welfare of tho Portuguese in
Hawaii. Asked if tho Japanese
immigration question would not
bo one of tho leading topics for
consideration, Mr. Vivas said,
"Very likely; so far wo have only
just decided to call tho meeting
and havenot yet agreed on a pro
gram." Meeting Notice.
A Special Meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will
boheU at the Koomof thuChii:nler
of Ciiinmerce uu We Inttxlay, the 17th
day of February, at 11 o'ulook a. in,
Q. W. SMITH,
534 3t Secretary.
Celebrated for Us yrvni Ivnvcnlnt; strength
and henltufulnets. Arnttrcs tho food agaln'l
alum and all forms of mtultcrntloii common
to tho cheap brands. lloVAi. Dakino l'ow
nun Co , Nisw Yoiik.
IIuvo you a copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. new
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
inyono who will call or write.
Botter get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
Kin' Si Fort.
If wo made a
of every new arrival
of neckwear every day
would bo "spocial"
Lots of you come
every day. It's
our ploasnro to
havo you eeo a
now scarf ovory
time you come.
That's doing tho
tio business right.
This week's offoriug
9 Hotel Street ': : WaYerley BlOCt
Dissolution of Partner
ship. Notice is hereby Riven that the
partnership formerly existing between
H. E Garea, J. E. Wentbrook anil J.
Sohllef, doing bustuesa under the firm
name of tho Central Meat Market,"ln
dissolved by mutual agreement and
consent, H. . Garea havlug pur
chased the Interests of the other
above-named parties. Mr. Garea will
continue the business under the name
uamo. 533 at
Notice la hereby given (hat one
Buy Horse, no brand, whl'e spnt on
forehead, hIm) white spot ou the nose,
four while xpotx on tho back and the
left hind febt white, is liupoumled la
the Government Pound at Miklkl,
Honolulu, and If such estray la not
claimed and all pound charges satis
fied ou or before Saturday, February
27. 1897, at 12 o'clock noon, the same
will be sold on that date and hour to
the highest bidder.
Honolulu, Feb. 1.1, 1807. 533 St
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Broker. 1'iro and Lifu In
surance Campbell Blook, 200 Merchant Street.
Our customers toll us that
our novelties nro tho best that
havo over been s-Id in Jlnno-'
lulu. As a rule kitchen novel
ties and labor saving tools don't
amount to much, ours oo.
Tho quick-cut mincing knifo
is ono thnt cuts around the
corners; being mndo half round,
it is tho best for chopping in n
bowl. Fifteen cents is the price.
Every housekeeper knows
that small bits of soap ac
cumulate in the kitchen until
thoy aro thrown away. Tho
kitchen soap shaker, mado of
wire, enables you to economize
in respect to soap.
Half the fun of camping is
in being able to flip a flap jack
in cnoan, Ducnait tuo liuntors
and half tho cooks dont savoy
how. Wo have a cako turner
that does flipping automatical
ly. It costs 15 cents for a dol
lar's worth of satisfaction. It's
made on the no-wear-out prin
ciple. Tho Premier egg cup is a
novelty that should bo in use
in every homo. It saves scor
ching the fingers in opening
tho egg; it saves disappoint
ment in tho way of matured
eggs being sent to tho table,
for by its use tho ago of the
egg is ascertained before it
leaves tho kitchen; it guaran
tees satisfaction in every way.
We've more novelties than
we can write about in ono ad.
Sink brooms at 15 cents is one
of them and World's Fair tooth
picks another. All good for
tho house. For staples we
Handsome candelabra lamps
in brass. Royal banquet lamps,
wrought iron $0.10 each.
Crystal font street lamps. Brass
railroad lamps excellent for
steamer pursers. Wire epcrgnes
for the tablo. All cheap.
Von Holt Block.
New Goods in All
Just Received t-x H. 8. "Australia"
a Full Line of
Blank , Books
85o. Papeterle : our price 25c.
50c, " " 35.
75o. and 85c. " " 60o.
60o. Tablets " " 25c.
50o. " " " 30c.
60o. " " " 85c.
gjT 8ee Prices In Our Show Win
dow. J. M.WEBB
310 Fort Street.
H. HACEPELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Qaeen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers ot
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Streets.
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT......
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street ; : JELonolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed VEusIiis,
Grenadines, Homespun, Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in 3STeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cull's.
The 3STew Bolero f Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
JTav ICtibbona I ifrTo-vv Trimmings I
4LL PIPE 8JyJ0KERS r
Our Larse Assortment or
mil m muvAv"i vhbbki
Just Received Direot from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
f IflE HVr'Mll frtfl,L ND ErICN GlQI3
Tobaccos and Smokers' .Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Lewis ffi 0
First-class .grocers include
among their patrons peoplo
whoso tastes run to tho dainty.
It may not pay the dealer to
handle such goods alone hut
if ono of our 1800 customers
wants Armour's Sliced Bacon
in tins wo feel under ohligations
to that customer to keep a
stock on hand to supply his
wants. That's how we enrao to
order it first, ono man wanted
it. Now our sales average
nearly a dozen cases a week
and we seldom sell nioro than
one tin at a time Armour's
goods are all right, particularly
his sliced bacon.
The best,,,Block Butter is
worth half a dollar a pound
too high to uso for cooking.
The next grade is California
Creamery sqIIb for 25 cents;
still high for a large family
where much of it is used. A
kit contains 25 pounds, wo
sell ono for $7.50 and tho but
ter is good onough for tho
table. This is what you call
California Pig Pork is a
delicacy hero because, moro
and better care is given to tho
feeding of tho pigs. There's no
question about tho quality of
the American hog and this
pig pork wo sell is from select
ed young pigs, nothing strong
about it and not a bad piece in
a 25lb. keg. It's yours to try.
Other articles wo recom
mend Salmon Bellies and
Bloator Mackerel. Thoy aro
as great a delicacy as can ho
found we swear by tho
bloaters because they aro primo
and fat a single ono if you
want it or a kit.
Lewis & Co.,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
"Wo are expecting a large
invoice of China from the fac
tories in Franco and England.
Tho goods will bo of the same
fine quality that we ha,Y9 al
ways carried in stock.
To mako room for tho new
and get rid of the old wo offer
at less than cost odd pieces in
French and English China.
Theso comprise Teas, Coffees,
Breakfast or Dinner Plates,
Vegetable Dishes and every
thing else in .China used on
tho table. Thoy are not in
full sets but in odd pieces.
This is tho first odd piece sale
wo havo held and you get a
great benefit if you take nd
vantago of tho opportunity
presented. There aro not many
pieces, and tho first customer
gets a bargain.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cetifi
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