Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20. 1897.
f LOCAL AND GENERAL.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mrs. Dr. Day rolurned on tho
Kinau this morning.
H. M. S. Icarus will sail sotno
timo this aftoruoon for Mexicau
Tho Au8liu,,brotuers and E. A.
Jones havo roturnod from their
hunting trip on Hawaii.
L. E. Tracy yives notico of his
removal to tho Btoro formorly oc
cupied by Honry Davis.
Dr. J. Wight, proprietor of tho
Ilojawa plantation, at Kohala,
carho up on tho Kinau this trip.
Notico is givon of a chango of
hours in tho steamer Kinait's
sailing from Ililo and Mahuko-
Tho Mounted Reserve and tho
Mountod Police havo a match
shoot on this afternoon at the Iwi-
Officer Harry Evans took a
sailor off tho May Flint to tho
tttatiou Iioubo this morning for
W. W. Goodnlo, manager of the
Onomea Sugar Company, is in
tho city, having arrived on tho
Kinau this morning.
Judgo A. S. Hartwoll and
daughter Miss Juliet returned
from San Francisco by tho City
of Peking this morning.
A meeting of tho Hawaiian
Mission Children's Sooioty will
bo hold at tho residenco of Chiof
Justice Judd this ovoning.
Judgo do la Vergno fined a
Chinaman 850 for opium in pos
session tins morning, and ton
othors $10 each for gambling.
Programs for tho baud concerts
at Emma squaro this afternoon
and Mnkoo Island tomorrow after
noon appear in another column.
Corbott and Fitzsimmons will
go -into training shortly at Carson,
Nevada, for their fight. It is said
10,000 chairs havo beon spoken
Two thousand five hundred
dozen Valenciennes Edgings and
Insertions arrived per S. S. War
rimoo for L. B. Kerr, and are be
ing thrown away.
Tho Kinau was several hours
lato in leaving Hilo on account of
the largo amount of sugar to bo
handled, which is the reason she
did,iiot atiivo on timo.
T. Farrol forfeited six dollars
bail yesterday morning in tho
polico court for gettiug drunk.
This morning he forfeited a sec
ond six in tho samo way.
The National Assembly of tho
League of Amoricau Wheolraon at
Albany, N. Y., rejected, by a vote
of 77 for and 1(51 against, a pro
position to permit wheol racing on
At tho Central Union church
on Sunday morning Mr. J. R.
Mott will speak; in tho evening
the pastor will deliver tho first of
a series of sermons on religion
and modern thought, "Christiani
ty and Evolution.
Jas. F. Morgan held a judicial
ealo at tho courthouse entrance at
noon, of a piece of land of 90
lOOths aero, at Waikelo, Ewa, bo
longing to the estato of the late
Victor Paolo. It was bought by
S. K. Kane for $405.
In the police court this morning
Sol. Mahiki pleaded guilty of lar
ceny in selling a quantity of
leather out of E. O. Hall & Son's
store and only accounting for a
portion of tho money. Sentence
was suspended till moved on by
The negotiations toward ac
quiring the burnous of Chos.
Riohardson at Hilo by a company
composed of T. J. Higgins,
J. W. Mason and others havo
ended suceesbfully and articles of
incorporation of the new concern
will bo filed next week.
A deed has been placed on
rocord by which Henry Wator
hoiiHO and wife, Mary W. Rico
and hunbnnd and Elizabeth B.
"Watorhouso convoy to tho Board
of Trustees of tho Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association tho promises
on the corner of Nuuaun and Kn
kui strcot for tho consideration of
Are Schilling's Best
as good as we say ?
, Don't you see they are
Soo E. W. Jordan's lnce ad. on
A cloarauco salo for two weoks
at Egan's is announced.
Wool Growers insist on higher
dutios than tho manufacturers de- I
Mr. Wight Boys tho Veriscope
was exhibited to crowded houses
Rain intorfored with battalion
drill last night and it broke up
early ill consequonco.
J. W. Mason and T. J. Higgins,
tho Olaa coffeo plantors, roturned
on tho Kinau this morning.
Senator Morgan has introduced
a joint resolution to abrogate tho
Clayton-Bulwer treaty of 1850.
Tho second match shoot be
tween Company B and tho polico
comes off this afternoon at Iwi
lei. Tho weekly meeting of the "An
' colic Thouclits" club was held
1 yestordoy at their hall on Fort
Among tho Kinau's p'aBSongers
woroO.L. Wight, C.J. Falk, G.
P. Wilder, James Wilder and Ed.
The subjoot for tho Sunday
ovoning G:30 mooting at Y. M. C.
A. is, "Josus Christ tho all suffi
cient Saviour." Hobrows 1:15;
Everything is booming about
Hilo,a returned Houoluluite says.
Caue on tho "Big Island" is grow
ing Bplendidly, and coffee in Olaa
is O. K.
Tho City of Poking brought
down a Conk excursion paity of
sixteen ladies and goutlomon.
Tho party is in charge of A. E.
Deputy - Collector McStocker
has roturned from Hilo, whither
ho went to investigate certain
matters connected with the Cus
tom Houso thero.
Captain Smith of the City of
Peking was mourning tho loss of
a pot Japanese pug this morning.
The animal got down tho gang
plank without being noucoil.
John R. Mott, secretary of the
World's Studout Christian Feder
ation, will address a meeting of
mon only at Y. M. C. A. hall at
3:30 o'clock tomorcow. Music by
At the Christian Church to
morrow the" morning subject will
bo "An Address to Young Chris
tians." Evening subject, "Faith
and Obedience Essential in Each
of the Three Dispensations."
A large number of Knights of
Pythias and their lady friends
celebrated the 31th annivorsary of
tho institution of tho order with a
dauco and supper under the aus
pices of Oahu Lodge No. 1.
Art muslins and printed Lappol
muslin, Victoria Lawns, India
Linens and Persian Lawns aro
somo of the goods that arrived
por lato steamers and will bo sold
at tho very lowest priceB for cash
The moouliuht dauco at tho
Healani boathouse last night was
attended by a hundred pooplo.
Frod. B. Oat was lloor director
and the Kawaihau quintet club
played and Bang their finest. Tho
ovont was greatly enjoyed.
C. S. Desky reports real ostato
mattors livoly at Hilo. About a
dozen new dwellings aro to bo
erected on lots ho has jtist sold
out of the tract recently placed on
tho market. J. W. Mason is ono
of thoBO who will build at onco.
Tho proposition that the Hagoy
Instituto should own its own
building, advocated in yestordoy's
Bulletin, has mot with gonoral
favor. It is suggostod that tho
building should bo large enough
to coutain billiard and roadiug
rooms, library and possibly a
Richard Ashe, tho 'Australian
murderer, refused to answer when
asked his name in tho extradition
proceedings at San Francisco on
tho 12th iust. Ashe has talked
and sung into a graphophone.
The song was, "If Mother Was
Near," and ho displayed a good
While a group was standing on
tho floating platform of the Ilea
lani boathouso, botweon dances
last night, Miss Jonuio Murray in
turning to Bpeak to somebody
fell into the water. She disap
peared for a moment under
tho plotform, but carao up
quickly and was oxtricated by
a gentleman. Tho young lady
was provided with dry garments
and thou took n carriage for homo
as Boon as possible.
Celebrated for Its Rrct leavening fttrciiRtk
and liealthftilnets. Aitirc ttic food against
alum ami all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. IlotAL IUkinu Vow
!)ek Co , New Yoiik.
IIuvo you it copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Us freo to
uiyono who will call or write.
Better gel one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Brown Chinese (Jbow, low? hair,
answers name "Brownlo." Return to
S, 8. City of Puking today unit receive
L. E. Traoy will on Monday remove
from hit) pre8eut quartern Fort and
Hotel to 400 Fort street, In the build
ing formorly occupied by Henry Davis
the grocer. 539 lw
Until further notice, the Wilder
steamer "Kinau" will leave Hilo on
MoudttyH and Thursdays at 8 p. in.,
lutitead of 8 n. m., as heretofore, leav
ing Mithukmia the next morning at.
eight o'clock. 630 lw
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent
iui:i:n i.iis atiiir. nr.TTi:it.
I Hon llpllrtcil Mic li In Unalilnston
for n l'nllticul l'itrnM.
1 Nw York, N. V., Fob. 11 -A
Sun's speoiul from Washington
sayt: Liliuukuluni, llio deposed
Queen of Hnwuii, who L.ih bi en
Buffering with tho grippo fur tho
past fowditjs, is now convalos
cont. Sho is feeling better than
for six days pievioua. To duy, if
the weathor permits mul sho is in
good spirits, the Cupitol will bo
visited. For tho past ton days
her Majesty lias boon plunning to
soo tho building whoro our lawn
aro muile and to see the pooplo
who make them, but for ono rea
son or auothor oho has fntled to
carry out hor purposo.
The usual numbor of cnllers
camo to Bee hor yesterday. It is
surprising to see what an intorcst
the peoolo of tho country havo
in mis womau. ioi a uny passes
Hint sho does not receive at least
a dozon invitations to attond so
cial functions, but she has not as
yo't accepted any of them. As-tho
days pass and no sign of her quit
ting tho capital oity appears tho
belief grows that sho is hero for a
political purposo, but just what
it is no ono seems to know. Tho
talk most indulgod in last night
was that she is trying to socuro
assistance from tho prosent or in
coming administration to place
hor on tho Hawaiian throno.
A curiously ingenious device is
regarded as being sometimes em
ployed by Mongolian letter-car-riors.
Thoso men make very long
journeys on foot, and within a
timo which allows them only tho
briefest intervals for an occasion
al nap. To insure themselves
against oversleopingj therefore,
thty tio a piece of joss stick to
ono of their thumbs, light it and
lie down to rest. Whon tho stick
burns down to tho flesh tho pain
awakens them and thoy resumo
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. TorniB: 25
and 60 cents por night. $1, and
S1.25 por weuk.
FOR -THIS -WEEK - ONLY !
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES !
3STOTH1 THEWE PEICES1
Laces that sold for SSI per Yard now OKo
.oflered at - - - oc
La?asraasc ?r - 5c. and 10c.
m Why ? Oh ! Just to Clear Them Out ! m
They are All on One Counter and Every Piece
is Reduced 75 Percent or More I
For This Week Only !
A Chance of a' Lifetime !
JE Nothing like tho above over heard of boforo.
you nothing. Come enrly if you wish to securo Choice
No. lO-EOBT STREET ST0EE-N6. 10
New 'Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroet
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
fancy Organdies, Printed YEuslirs,
Grenadines, ffomespimt Linens,
An entire new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in 3STeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The DLSfew 33olero Jackets
In Jot and Lace, in Black and White.
!N"ev "Ribbons I JSTow Trimmings !
Our Laro-e Assortment of
Vlitnuiu fllTi? B B Mr ggiM fc h mHv
Just Received Direct from the London Faotory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.rticles.
Oornor Fort and Merchant Streets.
- Clearance - Sale
of - LACES !
QJ M (r) M ED; Q
Three B' J
An inspection will cost ,
4 v rW
i'i.h iio w iiiiirliMminii,i