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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 17, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Monday will bo "Washington's
G. T. Wildor left for Kahului
Band concert at Makco Island
this ovoningut 7:'ii0.
Thoro will be a "smoker" at tho
Pacific Club tonight.
Tho Board of Health will meot
at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
W. P. Boyd aud wife havo gono
to Maui for a Bhort vacation.
A Droior, mauager of the Elo
elo plantation, left for Koloa lust
The ladies havo possession of
tho Pacific tennis courts this
Superior broakfast sausage iB a
8)uciulty at tho Central Murkct.
Ring up 101.
Tho Mounted Rosorve will drill
at tho Makiki ball grounds this
, ovoning at 7:30.
Surveyor M. D. Mousarrat has
gono to Kukuihaele to do homo
work in his Hue. .
Alex. Cockburn, of Kailua,
champion of official coffoo inspec
tion, is in tho city.
Companies D and E havo ar
ranged a match shoot at Kakaako
butts on Sunday morning.
J. R. Mott and H. E. Coleman '
delivored addresses to the Puna-1
hou studonts this morning.
Maior Joues' battalion consist
ing of Companies 0, D, E and H
will havo drill on Friday ovoning.
Manager L. M. Vetlosen of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Compauy
left for Kauai on tho W. G. Hall
Minister Cooper inspected tho
baud aud tho garrison this morn
ing aud mado tho usual visit to
It is reported that tho officors of
the II. S.S. Alert will givo a danco
on board that vessel ou tho even
ing of tho 22nd.
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attontiou is not tho portrait
of anyouo hero.
,M. F. Scott, a coffoo planter,
lumber dealer and contractor of
Kailua, North Koua, t".ino up on
X "'0 iSinuuu Jjoa yutiiuruuy.
MHOimiTiC'T-jimo, comer Hotel
and Nuuunu strpec, lodging by
day, week or month, lorms: i
and 60 cents per uight. $1, aud
$1.25 nor wi-nk.
F. A. Sclmefor goes to Hawaii
on Friday. Mrs. Schaefor and
tho children will move out to their
AVaikiki residence ou Saturday to
Bpend a fow weeks.
William Hoso of Hookona was
brought down on tho Mauna Loa
Ho was taken to tho Queon's hos
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pital for treatment.
Tho Hospital Flower Society
deBiros to thank all those goutlo
mon and ladies, who so kindly
assisted in making tho Calico Ball
the success that it was.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. Tho annual meeting of tho Hos
pital Flower Society will bo hold
vtit tho Y. M. C. A. on Friday
aftoruoou at -1 o'clock. Anyouo
wishing to join or interested in
the society will bo welcome.
A class in child-study and psy
chology is to be orgauized at tho
High school tlna attornoou.
Thoro will bo short talks ou "Tho
Itesulta Alroady Attained in Child
Study" and "Tho Value of Psy
chology to Teacher" by Mrs. II. N.
Castle, Mrs. Richards, Miss Hard
ing aud Miss Murray.
Of tho Secrotary Disc Plow ouo
of the most successful plantation
managers writea tho Pacific Hard
ware Co.: "I havo delayed writing
you about tho work of tho Secro
tary Diso Plow, until I satisGod
my sol f in regard to its proper
woikiug. I am busy
plowing a fiold with it now, and it
is doing fine work, and I hopo for
good results from tho thorough
plowing it is rocoiving."
Tho AVnrrimoo brought about a
dozen passengers for this port.
J. S. Muirheail leaves by tho
bark Albert for a short visit to tho
AV, E.Morton, a tourist, loaves
tor nan I'rancisco today on tno
R. P. Rithot.
Dr. 0. 13. High, dentist, gra
duato Philadelphia .Dental Col
lege, 1892. Mncruio Temple
A colored man named Thomas
was arrested today for assault and
battery on a girl named Malie.
Glaus Spreckels k Co.'s Bank
gives notion that all iutorest on
savings deposits will coaBO on
April 1, 1897.
King Bros, havo just received a
now lot of tifesuo paper, window
poles, sash rods, artists materials,
; pioturo frames, etc.
I Tho Hawaiian Business Agency
j has valuable town and country
i property in its libf, for disposal
i as stated in each case elsewhere.
AVra. Murray, manogor of tho
I Bank of British Columbia, arrivod
in tho Warrimoo on a holiday
trip, accompauied by Mrs. Mur
ray. Mr. Giffard says tho Opera
Houso has not been ongagcel for
Madame Albani, but ho hopes
nevertheless that sho may sing in
Soma of tho mouthers of tho
Mvrtlo Boat Club aro advocatinc
n10 nurohaso of the raoinc shell
belonging to tho Loiluni club
' which it is understood is for salo.
Somo Japauese wore riding in
' a surroy on Emma streot yester
day, whon tho horso bolted and
throw them out. Nobody was
Mary Estrolla, a Portuguese
cirl, was arrested this morning
j aud hold for investigation. Tho
' latter resulted in hor being served
, with a warrant for larceny this
Miss Alexander, Miss Rita
: Schmidt and Misd Myra Sloggott
i havo taken the kindergarten build
i ing of Mrs. J. E. Damon ou
j Berotania street, aud will opou a
kindergarten school theroiu.
After school dismissal yester
I day, somo Royal school boys
i quarreled. One got a contusion
I in tho leg, another had his faco
scratched, whilo a thiid emorged
from the melee walking lanio.
The Pacific Hardware Compa
ny exhibits a window full of
wntor-color paiutinrB from the
brush of Mrs. H. Kolloy, which
aro muuh admiied, especially
those of bunches of carnations.
In tho police court this morn
ing most of the cases ou theculen-
I dar went over uutil "tomorrow.
I The cases against Ah Ngee, car
I rying couceuled weapon, aud
John iiaesolktis, malicious injury
, Rml Inisc'liief, wore nolle proa.'il.
ArcincM' to cap r cuirrirns j
Tilt! I'Djiillnr .Skipper of tho Hark
Albert (let mi Involuntary IJ.it li,
Captain Griffiths of the bark
Albert walked down to Urower'B
wharf laBt night with tho intention
of going on board and goiug to
bed. Ho was accompanied by
Frank Godfroy. Tho vessel is
heavily laden and thoro was quito
an incline down tho gaug plank to
tho deck. AVhilo ho wus going
down the gang plank one end of
whioh was on whools, the ship
gave a luroh and the captain put
out his hand to steady himself
with the side rope. Thoro was no
ropo there, and the gouial captain
ovorbalancod himself aud fell into
tho water between tho vessel
and tho wharf. Unfortunately, in
.falling he struck on his side on
one of tho wooden foudors, which
partially knocked tho breath
out of his body, and ho took in
more Bait water than ho othorwiso
would. Godfrey gavo tho alarm
aud with tho assistance of those
on board coon got tho captain on
his own dock. Dr. Munay wa&'
sont for and aftor a thorough ex
amination said no bones were
broken, but advised that ho keep
to his borth for a day or two.
Tho cuptaiu was fooling better
this morning and as his ship wus
to sail today was very anxious to got
off. Mr. Suhr of H. Hackfold k
Co., the agonts of tho vessol, in
sists that Dr. Murray shall make
another examination this aftornoon
to ascertain if tho captain is fit to
go to soa and this will bo dono at
IJ o'clock. Ou Dr. Muniiy's re
port will di-poud whothor the Al
bert BailB this afternoon or waits
a day or two.
Celebrated for Its great Unveiling strcnetli
and licaltufulncfs. Assures the food Hain't
alum and nil forms of adiiltifatlon common
to tliu cheap urnnels. ltovAt. IUkinci l'ow
hkk Co , New Yoiik.
Ilnvo you u copy of the :. :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
The book iB diffuront from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
inyono who will call or write.
Better get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
NAN UIMSO'S W.lli:it CMIMV.IL.
Urltlili fiid AiiiitIchii duNnr t l'nr
tlrlpulo lit the All'ulr.
The great water carnival ot San
Diego, California, comes off next
week aud a big iluet of British
and American war vessels will
partioipato in the demonstration
i on the bav. The carnival iB hold
iu houor of Roar Admiral Beard
j slee, United States navy, com-
i mander of tho North Pacific
squadron, who will retire from tho
navy ou February 23.
The committee ou finauco has
alieody raised tho S2500 necessary
to purchase firowoiks and to pay
tho costs of the parade in which
will partioipato military detach
ments from all Southern Califor
nia aud sailors aud marines, from
tho United Stales ships Oregon,
Philadelphia, Montoroy, Monad
nock, Adums and Albatross aud
tho British gunboats Pheasant,
Comas and Imperiouso, making
upward of 6000 men iu tho parade.
A grand international naval re
view, to bo nartioi nated in bv shins
! of both navies, under ohargn of
j Rear-Admiral Heardslee, is also
At IlluliOf lalauil.
The program for tho concort at
Mokeo Island this ovoning is giv
en below. Tho now baud stand
I has boon provided with electric
Marc h - Tim (ilmllutors Soua
Overture CallpU of Bagdad Hnlcldlcu
Wulto-MnriiliiK Paper Strains
Selection Uouiinlnii (ilrl Halfu
Cornet Solo Old Folks At Home (bj re
.Mr diaries Kreutcr.
i Waltz-Loin dn Hal filllct
Fiinla-la Mill In tliu Foicst KUculicrg
Martli Irwin Ucrtr
Han nil Pouol.
Stono It is a little odd that ono
of tho most famous French gener
als should haveboruo tho name of
MoMahon, isn't it ?
Graves It may bo odd, but it is
not unique. My wifo's Fronoh
maid is named Moriaritv. Cin-
FOE SALE !
Yalutihlo Business Property ou
Nuuunu street, bringing a good
Sevoral Lots near Punchbowl
and at Mukiki, tho Choicest Rosi
denco Property in tho city. A
norfoct view from Diamond Head
to 15yo, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl streot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Oflico.
We alsn have Comfortablo
Houses for Bale ou easy tortus si
tuated on tho following strcots;
Lunnlil'i, Kinau, Kukui, Has
singvr, Berotania, Youug, Yic
toria, Groen, Thurston Avonue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuuann.
Building Lnts in all parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Sovoral woll established Lodg
Cofl'oo Lauds on Hawaii and a
Pluonpplo lt.tnch with limo and
other fruit trees no.ir Honolulu.
210 King Streot and 207 Mer
n o M
i m X rr
- i. " a ST
P.-" o 5 S
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
G20 Fort Street ; : JL-JLonolulti
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEuslhis,
DIM LTIES, P1QU BS,
Grenadines, Homespun, Linens
An entire new line iu Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in ISTeck "Wear,
New Inchiugs, Latest Collar and Cufl's.
The iSTew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
jSTow "Ribbons ! "New Ti'imniiiig.s !
Our LarQ-e wA-ssortnieiit of
- PIPES -
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTBR & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.vticles.
Comer Fort and Merchant Stroots.
their natrons nconlo
whoso tastes run to tho dainty.
It may not pay tho dcalor to
handle such goods alone but
if ono of our 1800 customers
wants- Armour's Sliced Bacon
in tins wo feci under obligations
to that customer to keop a
stock on "hand to supply his
wants. That's how wo came to
order it first, one man wanted
it. Now our sales average
nearly a dozen cases a week
and we seldom sell more than
ono tin at a time Armour's
goods aro all right, particularly
his sliced bacon.
The best Block Butter is
worth half a dollar a pound
too high to use for cooking.
Tho next grade is California
Creamery soils for 25 cents;
still high for a largo family
where much of it is used. A
kit contains 25 pounds, wo
sell one for $7.50 and the hut
ter is good enough for the
table. This is what you call
California Pig Pork is a
delicacy here becauso more
and bettor caro is given to tho
feeding of tho pigs. There's no
question about the quality of
the American hog and this
pig 'pork wo soil is from holuct
ul young pigs, nothing btrong
about it and not a bad pieco iu
a 25lb. keg. It's yours to try.
Other articles wo recom
mend Salmon Bellies and
Bloater Mackerel. They aro
as great a delicacy as can bo
found we swear by tho
bloators because thoy aro prima
and fat a singlo ono if you
want it or a kit.
Lewis & Co.,
I Fort Street,
Wm. O. Inwiw.
Han Francihco AijenltTuz Nevada Bank or
DRAW EXCHANGE OK
San Fkancibco Tho Nevada Bank of Sia
London The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
New Yoiik American Exchange National
Ciiioaoo Merchant' National Bank.
I'Aina Counitolr National il'Efcoinpt de
Behlin Dreedncr Bank:
Honukoxo and Yokohama Hongkong A
fjlianunal Hanking Corporation.
Sew Zealand and Austhalia Hank of New
Victouia and Vancouver. Bank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking and EicliaQe Business
DcpoUta Received, Loans made ou Ap-
iirori'd Security. Commercial and Traveler
,'redlts iBsucd. Bills of Eichangc bought
Collections Phomiti.t Accounted Fon.
Savings : Bank
Notico is horoby givon to Depo
sitors iu tho Savings Department
of Clnus Spreckols Si Co.'s Bnnk,
thnton nud nftor April 1, 1897,
nil iiitninaf nti Mtmr flinnul!u will
! .... ...lu.al w w.. x.L. .....
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy may
leave stunu in our JJank ou call.
Clauij Si'itr.cKELs k Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Court Lunalilo, No. 6600,
A. O. F.
OwliiK to n HiuiqiiHt to bo given by
Oitliu Lnilire, IC. of V , on KrliUy
KvuiihiK, I'Vu. '(. H negular Meet
lug of iliU Court ta hereby postiioneil
until the 2G'.U lnnt:tiit.
.1 K. KANEPUU,
530-3 1 SvcrBtary.
The liveniny iitdleftn, 75 cent
I per iflonth.