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EVENING BULLETIN, PUUItUAIll' '23. 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Hubert Cntton loft for Hawaii
on tho iwnlnui yeHterdny.
A child junt. born linn less
clmuce of living n yenr thnn an
Portrnits enlnrocd from Birinll
photos nnd lmnusomoly framed
for S10 nt King Bros.
Trncy, the clothing man, 1h mov
. ing into his now qunrtorB in tho
Odd Fellows' building.
Tho Emma equnro bnnd concert
WdH woll pnlronizrcl Inst night in
epito of tho windy weathor.
0. B. Reynolds, exooutivo oflicor
of tho Board of Health, calls for
tenders for a hospital building nt
A largo number of society peo
ple attended tho reception on the
U. S. S. Alert yesterday afternoon.
The mooting for tho formation
of tho now choral society comes
off this evening at the High school
Eov. Alex. Mackintosh and
family nro stopping at the von
Holt placo,, Waikikv for two or
Tho Pacific tennis grounds woro
open all day yesterday and wero
gaily decorated. Lunch was
served at noon.
Some of tho Chinese think that
women who wear short hair will
bo transformed into men in tho
Josoph Hnole, a well-known
yoUug native who formorly lived
at Wnilnku, died at the Lepor
Cuban" v baibers lather their
patrons with their hnnds from a
bowl made to fit uudor tho chin.
No brush is used.
Tho Y. M. 0. A. reception to
Messrs. Coleman and Mott takes
place this evoning. The public
generally is invited.
Chinese aio already on to tho
new pennies with both feet. They
try to pasB them on tho Trnmwnys
Company for nickols.
' The jury in tho liquor caso
against James Sherwood brought
in a verdict of guilty ot 7:30 last
evening, tub jury bioou y io o.
Thoro was a groat spill of ink
this morning in front of the Wall,
Nichols' store, whoro some bottles
set out for display woro blown
down by the wind.
About thirty fret of tho high
fence between the Arlington pre
mises and Hustaco'a grocery store
on King street was blown down
Buildings aro boing cleared off
tho Into V. J. Smith's premises
on lioretania street, tho lot having
boon bought by J. B. Athorton
and presented to Central Onion
dWrch, which it adjoins.
.Glaus Spreokols has been ap
pointed by Mayor Pholan chair
man of n committee on finance to
raise funds in Sau Francisco for
tho sufferers from tho plague in
There aro ten nowspapor editors
in the House of Commons, six
printors, four tailors, threo sta
tioners, two butchers, threo hotel
koopers, six tenant farmers, ono
coal merchant and one cab pro
Senator John Sherman onco
Bnid of tho nowspaper reporter:
"He is tho groatest enigma of tho
nineteenth century. I am inter
ested in him always', respect him
generally, and fear him some
times. But 1 never ooaBe to
wonder at his resourcefulness in
searching for uowb."
The Teniplo of Fashiun will to
morrow place on their counter COO
dozen of Valouuiennes laces. Mr.
Silva guarantees these goods to bo
now aud fresh, not one piece of
shop wprn goods will bo found
among tho entire, assortment. Tho
desiguB are all "new; they range
from 2 to 10 inches in width and
Boll from 25c. a dozen up. In
sertions to niatoh eneh pioce.
You can have
tea baking powder
co Pet flavoring extract
koila and spices
Your grocer pays you
back your money in full if
yqu don't like Schillings
fiiitjirlbo for Uiu KvtmNU liOL
LE'iiN 75 cents per month.
llonu horse in the pound.
The Ainoricitn League moots to
night. J. S. Walker adds to liis column
a lot on Makiki plains for sale.
The lato Warr-on Goodnlo put I
up at tho Arlington on his arrival.
0. S. Desky has only livo Ko
walo lots left unsold, out of a
total ot 380.
ooib ot iuo now A'oroign wince j
stamps find rendy salo among
stump collectors. '
Tho funeral of tho lato Warron
Goodale will.tnko place tomorrow j
3 p. m. from tho Central Union
T. W. Hobron is thinking of
taking a trip to tho States and
will Tikoly leave on tho Peru on
Tho annual meeting of tho Am
oricnu llolief Fund will bo hold
at tho Safe Deposit Co.'s office 10
a. in. l'rulay.
Tom Walker has a big forco of
bricklayers at work on the wulls
of tho Enimeluth building, which
are rising rapidly.
Tho lato Captain Martin, mas
ter of the bark Velocity, aud woll
known at this port, is said to hnvo
loft about $350,000 in Mexican
silver to his sisters.
Quarantine officials aro expect
ing Jho afrivul of" a Japanese
steamer with a lingo number of
agricultural aud theological stud
ent's on board.
Lewis fc Co. aro never dono
tolling of table delicacies at their
store, because getting the best of
nil the nowest tlioy can never got
to the end of tho list.
Thoro are no new developments
in tho Japanese murder orsuicido
caso. The inquest will bo con
tinued as soon as Interpreter
Chester Doyle returns.
While smoking a pipe in his
study yesterdny, a gentleman
glanced out tho window and
noticed a cat peacefully munch
ing a dragon-ily, after which it
watched for more of tho unwary
iusects. Soma cats are fond of
cockroaches, and otheis kill centi
pedes. Thoro is a possibility of a heavy
damage suit sotuo of tbesa.fiue
days. Tho noodon sidewalk on
Boretauin street noar Punchbowl
has several holes in it, which aro
excellent traps for pedestrians to
break their legs or nocks in upon
dark nights. One gontlemnu
OHpaped with n skinned shin yes
terday, thinking he was lucky in
getting off with a whole limb.
MDAMMtN TO SIHI.ltn.
VonsoIh Mny 11) Ilrtncrii Vancouver
Vancouver, B. O., Feb. 8. Dr.
do Kannct, tho emiuent Russian
lecturer, who is now hero to give
addresses on Siberia and its pros
pects, declares that with tho open
ing of tho trans-Siboriau railroad
there will speedily follow direct
and rapid steam communication
between Vladivostock and Van
couver. This would place British
Columbia in an all - round - the
world route that could bo travers
ed in forty days.
Dr. de Eannet expects the Ca
nadian Pacifio Railroad to join in
the work of developing this groat
route by land nud by sea. He
predicts thut, with tho opening of
tho railway, thoro would come
such vast gold development in
Siberia as would mako that coun
try one of tho greatest gold pro
ducers in tho world. Evon now,
with but nrimitivo appliances aud
mothode, it produces in the neigh
borhood of $29,000,000 in cold
Notion la lit-rpby Riven that one
Ronn Horse, brand indistinct, white
hpol mi tlio fore lii-n I, two wliiiu vA
on tlio Imck, four liuuik feet nml shod
on two fqro-feet, has been Impounded
iu lliu Government Pound nt Muklltl,
Honolulu, nud ff said esti ays are not
claimed aud all pound charge satis
fied on or before Saturday, Maroli 0.
1R07, at 12 o'olock noon the same will
be .-o'd on thnt dAteatid hour to the
Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1807. 54l-3t
Aiiiuml Aff tint; nf American Relief
Society will In hnld nt 10 m. ni., on
Krlday, Februiiy 20, 1S07, nt the
Itioius of the llawiilliui bufe Depoalt
Co. W.O. AT WATER,
6U 3t Secretary.
Celebrated for Us Rrcat Icnvinlntf fttrciiiftli
and UcnlthrulncM. Atstircs tlio food opilnst
Alum and all forma of adulteration common
to tho cUli brands. KorAL Dakimo 1'oit
liKK Co , New Vojik.
Ilnvo you u copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. nov
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
inyono who will call or wiitc.
Better get ono to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
L. K. Txaoy will on Monday remove
from hla mfseut quarters Fort and
Hotel to 400 Fort street, In the build
in! formerly occupied by Henry Davis
the groner 539 lw
Until further notice, tho Wilder
steumer "Klnau" will leave Hllo on
Mondays mid Thurrdays nt 8 . m ,
Instuid of 8 a. m us heretofore, leav
ing Mtthukuua the next moriiliiK at
oiBhtoVlonk. 630 lw
The Honolulu Sanitarium
10S2 King Strcot.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Names, MnBHace, "Swelish Movement,"
Hatha, Electricity nnil I'liyslcal Training
may bo obtained.
18. KCLLOaa, M,D
Tolexliono 039, Biuieriulcudcul.
J, S, Walker,
Ileal - Estate - Broker
Has for Snlo and Lea&e on
1. Lnrgo Lot, Makiki stteet, fenced, 228
2. Lot on Klnau street between Alapal
and Karilolanl streets 140 feet frontage.
3. Lot on Luualllo street between Alans!
nnd Uackfeld stroeta.
4. 2 large Lota on Prospect street.
5. Honse and LotNin Qreen strcot be
tween Knplolam and Victoria
G. The Building known as Thomas' Block,
2 stories and embracing 0 (rented) store
on leased ground,
7. Lot comer of Klnau and 1'iikoi street
8. Itice Land at Waikane, Koolau.
9. 3 Cottages on Queen street near l'anch
9. Lot on corner of Huulu nud Kea
(Uetween rfldenee of W. A. Uowen
nnd lot of W. M. GlflUrd linvlug
IroutiiL-o on Heulu street 200 feot.)
10. 3 Cottages at Old Waiklkl.
11. Htoro nud Dwelling, corner Wyllie
nud Nutiauu, ready for occupancy.
12. Lot corner Merchant und Rlohanla
Properties Managed, Collec
tior. of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advunces made on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
P.O.Box. 339. Tel. 331.
Big - Clearance - Sale
FOR -THIS -WEEK - ONLY !
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES!
3STOTJEG THEaE'PEIOES! . -
Laces that sold for SI per Yard now OKn "
otLered at faUV
La?asr&a $g P9?-. 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
2i Nothing liko the
you nothing. " Come oarly if you wish to secure Choice
No. 10r-E0ET STREET STOEE-So. 10
Mew Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N.. S.. SACHS'
520 F-ort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
fancy Organdies, Printed JVEuslirts,
Grenadines Homespun, Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Culls.
The USTew IBolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
JN"ew "Ribbons 1 JN"ew Trimmings I
JLL pipE ' SPIERS',
Om? Xjarc;e A.ssortnient of
mm imwwv H-py
P' ill Bi nf Tli g OMir
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.rticles.
Gornor Fort and Merchant Streets.
above over heard of before,
Three B' W
a Lifetime !
An inspection will cost' ' , -.
6 - !
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