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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 22, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
August Dreier returned from
E. "W. Jordnu'slaco bargninealo
is on this wook.
It is estimated that tliore nre 1,
300,000 Irish people in Australia.
The Sherwood liquor case is on
trial in tho Circuit Court today.
The theaters in Melbourne aro
almost all equipped with billiard
Tho bark Andrew
brought ton paB-
Mrs. W. R. SiniB and family ro
turned from Maui on tho Olau
British Commissioner Hawes
left on tho Icarus for a trip to
T. A. Llovd left for Japan on
tho City of Peking. IIo goos out
to reliovo Thomas Evans.
Special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodgo of Masons this evening,
with work in tho third dogrce.
Patriotic American music will
bo one of the features of the band
concert at Emma sqare this even
ing. Company B won tho final
match with tho police force team
on Saturday by a score of 407 to
In spite of the blustering
weathor there vns a big crowd at
the Makce Island band concert
The Mouutdd Patrol team boat
one from the Mounted Resorvo at
Iwilei butts on Saturday, the
scoro being 367 to 310.
Peter High linn tho contract for
making tho alterations on the
Mott-Sraith building at tho cornor
of Fort and Hotel streets.
Deputy-Sheriff Coney arrived
on tho W. G. Hall from Kauai
yesterday with Pat. Cullou, who
escaped from tho ponitontiary.
D. Howard Hitchcock is mak
ing sketches of Hawaiian Bconory
in Kau, and will 6oon send some
paiutiugs to the Pacific Hardwaro
The San Francisco Caledonian
Club has donated 81000 to tho
BurnB monument fund; also tho
proceeds of all games for tho com
Mr. Ohidley was to havo nn
article in tho, Sunday Chronicle
of February Lion the now theater
and tho history of the drama in
Willie Wilder hurt himsolf
whilo jumping- off the pior into
the sea at Sans Souci yesterday,
but was doing very nicely this
In somo of tho public schools
tho childron were dismissed short
ly after opening today. At the
High school vory few of tho pu
pils wore on hand.
James A. Wildpr loft on tho
City of Poking on Saturday night
for Yokohama. He was given a
dinner at tho Pacifio Club just
previous to leaving.
Tho statistics of the insuranco
people show that in 4ho last'twon-tV-fivo
years tba; avorago of man's
life has increased 5 per cent, or
two whole yoars, from 41.9 to 43.9
Mr. J. "Wight has tho thanks of
tho Bulletin for tho latest coifeo
circular of W. H. Grossman &
Bro., New York, on which com
ment was made in last issue of
For tho want of somo official
notice boaring on thoeubjoot there
was a gouorul initiuuderstandiug
among touchers and school child
ron alike as to whether today was
a holiday or not.
A huge flagpole has boon haul
ed to Goo. O. Beckloy's lot on
Punchbowl slopes, where ho is
shortly to build a house, for fly
ing the big Hawaiian flag that
the "Vildor Bteamer people gavo
him a purso to buy.
' It is reported that Voeller fc
Co. havo obtained a ton years'
lease on tho promises lately oc-
cupiod by Tracy's clothing store
and will move their grocery busi
ness from Beretonia street to the'
Sir E. Watkin, tho railway mag
nate, says that tho most costly pieco
of railway lino iu tho world is that
between the Mansion Houso and
Aldgato,, stations, in London,
which required the expeudituro
of cIobo upon 12,000,000 a milo.
Interesting local news besides
shipping will bo found on tho
The Pacific tenuis court is all
fluttering with thoclub's pennants
today, and a lot of people aro
thore enjoying tho holiday.
Ah You and Ah Yau both
pleaded guilty in tho polico court
this morning of fighting. You
was fined $10 and Yau S3.
Joo Jones ploaded guilty beforo
Judge de la Vorcno of maliciously
injuring thirteon trees, tho proper- .
ty of Honry E. Cooper. Sontouco '
was suspended. I
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuniinu streets, lodging by '
day, wook or month. Torins: 26
and 60 conts por'nigbt. $1, and
Ssl.zo nor week. w
Opium Brown forfeited SO bail
in tho polico court this morning
on a charge of drunkenness.
Two natives received tho usual
fine for tho same offense.
Pat Cullen is emulating the
Australian murderer iu tho
number of difforont stories 'ho has
to tell about his experiences since
he broko jail, and glories in tho
way ho fools peoplo by his yarns.
City Curriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and caro
ful drivor ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
Btreets. Hack lit nil hours.
Tho whole of tho morning ses
sion of the polico court 'was taken
up with the trial of Mary Estrolla,
accused of stealing S20 from Mrs.
"Win. Larson for whom sho had
been working. Tho trial is still
on this afternoon.
Tho bids for tho Campbell
block woro all deposited with
attorney Cecil Blown at noon to
day, but as Mr. Campbell had
gono homo for tho day no an
nouncement was niado. Tho
award will probably bo made in
St. Andrew's Sewing Society
will hold its annual saio of plain
and fancy handiwork at tho Sun
day school room next Saturday
afternoon and eve'iiin'g. Commit
tees havo the work well in hand
to socuro a successful fair. Thore
will bo a pillow table, a grab box
and other accessories of a aood
old" salo. Mark your calendars
for this event.
Of the Secretary Disc Plow ono
of the most successful plantation
managers writes tho Pacific Hard
waro Co. "I have delayed writing
you about tho work ot the Secre
tary Disc Plow, until I satisfied
myself in regard to its proper
working. I am busy
plowing a field with it now, and it
is doing fiuo wnrk,and I hope for
good results from the thorough
plowing it is receiving."
Iloll nil n Cornel.,
Dr. Whiston, a friend to tho
great Sir Isaab Newton, aud an
astronomer of high roputo, pro
fessed to bclievo that hell is, or
will bo, located on a comet. He
said: "According to my calcula
tions this theory (his queer hell
beliof), which belongs to mo, and
me alone, locates boll, tho awful
prison-houso of 'tho damned, in
tho fiery nucleus of some (per
haps yet undiscovered) cornet of
unthinkable size. In
this wide-circling chariot of fire
thoy ('.the damned) will bo whirled
in tho' twinkling of an eye back
into space hundreds of millions
of miles from tho great torch
bearer of our system. Thus in
Btantly will the wretched tenants
of this flying boll bo given two
unbearablo extremes, ono of cold
and tho other of boat; this to con
tinue through tho ondlcss agOB of
eternity, wliilo tho Almighty is
dispensing the sovoritics of jub
tico." M. M. VATSO N' DISCHARGED.
The ense ot M. M. Watson, who1 was
charged with stealing a keg of beer
from the Seattle Brewing and Malting
Company, was dismissed by Judge
Glasgow yesterday afternoon. Tho
judgo hold that If the prisoner was
bright enough to discriminate In. favor
of pure Rainier lleer ho deserved re
lease. On tap or In bottles at tho
Arc Schilling's Best
as good as we say ?
Don't you sec they
Celebrated for lt creat Icavcnlm ulruiiffth
J una bcaltlifulnets. Assure the food against
mum mm mi iimiiB ui uiiuiiemuou common
to tho cheap brands. KovAt. Dakinu I'ow
liEii Co . New Yohk.
Havo' you u copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. new
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its freo to
inyono who will call or write.
Better got ono to-day;
Hobron Drug Co.
King k Fort.
, , AT ,
Brown ChlncHo Chow, long lmlr,
answers nnme"Brownie." Return to
8. 8. City of Poking today aud receive
reward. 539-1 1
L. E. Tracy will on Monday remove
from Ills pteseut quarters Fort and
Hotel to 400 Fort street, lu the build
ing formerly occupied by Heury Davis
tile gronnr. 539 lw
Until further notice, the Wilder
steamer "Kluau" will ieavo Hilo on
Mondays and Thursdays, tit 8 p. in.,
liiRteail of 8 a. m., as heretofore, leav
ing Muhukoua the .next morning at
eight o'clock. - 539 lw
JMleliyi, 75 cents
I per ivonth.
JHOST S. WALKER,
tal - Mute- BnW,1w "K,ma wu m
for Salo and Lease on
1. Lnrgo Lot, Maklki Btreet, fenced, 223
2. Lot on Kinnn street between Alnpal
and Kaplolanl Btroeta 140 feet f rontnge.
3. Lot on Lunalllo street between Alnpal
and Uaskfeld streets.
i. 2 large Lots on Prospect street.
5. Houso and Lot on Qreen street be
tween Kaptolani and Victoria.
0. The Iinilding known 3 Thomas' r.lock,
2 stories and embracing 5 (rented) store
on leased ground,
7. Lot corner of Kinnn and Fiikoi streets
8. Kice Loud at Waikane, Koolau.
9. .1 Cottagei on Queen street near ranch
10. .1 Cottages at Old Waiklki.
11. Store and Dwelling, corner Wyllio
and Nuuimu, ready for occupancy,
12. Lot corner Merchant and Richards
Properties Managed, Collec
tion, of Rents, Loans Nctro-
.tiated and Advances made on
J. S. Walker.
Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 339.
Big - Clearance -. Sale
FOR -THIS -WEEK - ONLY !
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES !
Laces, that sold for SI per Yard now OKn
Laces that, sold
Why ? Oh
They are All on One Counter and Every Piece
is Reduced 75 Percent or More I
For This "ATeek Only !
237 Nothing like tho above over hoard of before An inspection will
you nothing. Come early if you wish to securo Choice Bargains. ' ' ' '
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The DSTew DBolex-o Jackets
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