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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 2 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sumuel Parker bns gone to
Thoro nro only tbroo minor
civil casoB for trial in the District
Court this afternoon.
Thoro is good prospect of tho
cud "of tho Diraond caso boing
reached this afternoon.
Uicyclo parado this evening.
Tho start will be made from
Union square at 7 o'olock.
J. M. Wobbj at Goklon Rulo
Bazaar, is Dealing out stationery
packets at slaughter prices.
Lieutenant Wells of tho polico
foroo is ublo 19 be about again
aftor a month's severe illness.
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21, F. and
A. M., will attetul tho funoral of
the Into Warrou Goodalo iu a
The funoral of tho Into War
ren Goodalo takos placo this aftor
f r noon at 3 o'clock at Central Union
- There is considerable complaint
about vicious dogs at Makiki,
which snap at tho legs of wheel
men and worry childron.
Hackney coaches woro forbid
don during tho roign of Charles
II. on the ground that tho ties
troyed tho king'0 highway.
J. W. Mason left again for Hilo
on tho Kinau yesterday after
doing somo tall hustling to get
necessary business finished.
ThiBisLadios' day at tho courts
of tho FaciQo TonniB Club, and
tho Government band will play at
tho Executive building at 4
Housohold and othor effects of
Mrs. 0. Gortz will bo sold by W.
S. Luco at 10 o'olock Saturday.
Shoeidakors will boo somo kit in
There will bo a meeting of tho
parishioners of St. Andrew's
Cathedral tomorrow evening in
tho Sunday school room for tho
election of officers.
Thero is somo prospect of tho
early fixing up of King stroot in
tho vicinity of tho bridge and do-
pot. It has long boon an eyesore
to tho traveling public.
Tho Hawaiian Cyclery Gom
"4 pony has bcon incorporated,
with Thomas King, J. G. Luud,
W. Wolter, George Rodiek and
J. F. Humberg as principal stock
holders. City Uiirriuge Co., J. S. And.
rndo, manager. It you want a
hack with good horse and care
ful drivor ring up i'olophono 118,
corner of Fort and Merchnnt
Btreto. Hack at all hours.
Ah Yong, Ah Tai No. 1 and Ah
Tai No. 2 wore on trial in tho
police court all this morning for
assaulting a native policeman. No
decision has yet been reached in
tho caso by Judge de la Vergno.
W. 0. Weodon of Bruco.
Waring & Co. is ono of twenty
partners in tho publication of tho
new Honolulu Chinese Chronicle,
Yuon Ohu Ho is the editor. Ho
Fon businoss manager and 0.
In the polico court this morning
the caso of Moepono, subornation
of perjury, came to an ond after
tho testimony of tho prosecution
was, all in, a motion to discharge
tho defendant on tno grouna 01
inBuffioiont evidence being allowed
by tho Court.
Captain Jonathan B. Norton of
EaBt Lee, Mass., enjoys the dis
tinction of being tho oldest votor
in tho United States. , When he
voted for McKinley Novembor 3,
ho was 100 years, 8 months aud 3
day a old. Ho has lived undor
A Bociety at Shanghai, headed
by twro English women, recently
drew up a petition to tho Emperor
bogging him to forbid the oruel
cuHtom of foot-binding. The
petition never readied tho Emper
or, but tho ollicials returned the
answer that no ono was compelled
to follow that custom, an J that tho
government could not interfere
Schilling's Best is com
mon sense applied to '
The tea is not the best
possible tea; the baking
powder is; the coffee is not;
the soda is; the extracts and
J. 11U XSUtlllt Jk UUlAWUfclUU IU(,tO
Arch. S. Mahaulu, tax assessor
of Waialua, is aWhoadquorters this
IMin Tli-tn! rt T rlimnlirtrt mnnln '
Thero was only one arrest today, (
mat or. a unincso tor poaaiing
chefa tiokots. ' '
Honry GiloB will likely be se
lected to captain tho bicyclo par-
ado this evening.
J P. Rodrignes, ouo of tho
leading tailors of Honolulu, has a
now card in this issue.
The annual meeting of tho In-ter-Islarid
Steam Navigation Co.
will bo hold on March 'J.
Honry W. Gilman, Miss Alex
andria Gertz and Miss A. God
frey left on tho bark, Archor today
for San Francisco.
0. Bamborger, Miss Lizzie
Cook and two Japanese woro
pasHongers for Yokohama toclay
by tho steamer Ohittagoug.
Tho Board of Health" mooting
is postponed till Friday. Gdbrdre
Washincton was tho innocent'
causo of this by boing born? f
Frank Cooper expects to go in
to tho hack driving business' on
his own account tomorrow. Ho
will bo found at tlo 113 stand,
corner Fort and Merchant sjroets.
Tho thirty man battalion match
shoot may como off on next Satur
day or the ouo following. Next
Saturday being payday for tho
regulars, the event may bo post
poned. Art muslins and printed Lappcl
muslin, Victoria ,Lawus,i India
Linens and Persian Lawns aro
somo of tho goods "that arrived
por lato steamers aud will bo sold
at tho very lowest prices for , cash
Japanese polico "officer Toma
Abo isvory fond of monkoys,
oithor stowed, fried in butter or
made into a pie. Ho lias managed
to eat up four of those animals in
a short tiuio and says they taste
just liko rabbit.
Tho embezzlement charge
against W. J.. Coelho is on tho
calendar for tomorrow in tho po
lico court. A similar charge
against D. K. Brown was this
morning sot for trial on tho 27th
by Judge do la Vergne.
Have yon a bike? A grand
ride will take place tonight, start
ing from Union Square about 7
o'clock. Everyone who' has a
wheel is invited to join in tho fan.
A run to Waikiki will likely bo
mnde, and also to other points
Matters aro dull at the Annexa
tion headquarters, and thoro will
bo nothing to give out in the
shape of news until tho arrival of
tho Australia next Tuesday. A
large quantity of annexation
literature is being mailed to all
parts of tho United States.
Mrs. Jackman, a lady passen
cor in tho S. S. Chittagong, got
lost in our great city today. Sho
asked someone tho way to tho boat,
but didn't know which wharf the
steamer was lying, at, so tho por
son could not "direct her very well.
However, aftor considerable diffi
culty she got safely aboard.
At a meetiug of Co.t B last
night, a challenge for a match
shoot from Co. F of tho National
Guard of Woodland, Gal., was
read. A motion to aooept tho
challenge carried. Co. B will
shoot as soon as possible, and tho
score and target will be sent seal
ed to Woodland at tho first op
portunity. An engrossod membership roll
of those who attended the 60th
anniversary celebration of Excel
sior Lodgo No. -1, 1. 0. 0. F., the
handiwork of Viggo Jacobsen,
handsomely framed by tho Paoi
fio Hardware Company, is ex
hibited in ono of tho windows of
that firm's placo of businoss. It
is designed to hang ontbo walls
of tho lodge room.
Joint I Fooled.
About fifty Chinamen went
down to work on tho now Oahu
plantation this morning. Learn
ing that going by rail thoir bag
gage would be carried freoj thoy
misconstrued the information to
bo freo carriage of baggogo inde
pendent of themselves. There
fore thoy piled thoir stuff in tho
baggage room of tho station, aud
set out on foot for their destina
Hon. Thoy will wait awhile for
their changes of raiment, unless
they eithor agree to pay railway
toll therefor or return and pack
tho dunnago on their baokB.
Celebrated for 1U great leavening strength
and licalthfulncta. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Kutal IUkino I'ovt
iiek Co , New York.
Have you a copy of tho : 1 :
: i Hobron Drug Co's. new
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its freo to
anyone who will call or vrrito.
Bottor get one to-day..
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Auction Saks by W. S. Luce.
By order of Mrs. Gertz and on account of
departure I Bhall sell ut niy Auction Rooms,
On SATURDAY, Feb. 27, '97
At 10 o'clock n. in.
Parlor, Bedroom, Dining-room
and Kitchen Furniture.
Ladled, Men's aud' Children')) SUoob, and
Lasts, ship's Hull, Ilundsouie Clock,
Mahogany Sofas, Chiffoniers, ,
Sideboard, Chairs, etc.
Hair and Feather Mat
tresses and Pillow,
Sewing llnchdio, Rngj, Books, Pictures,
Hawaiian Flitg, Chandelier,
'" Lamps, Tools, etc.
W. S. LUCE,
13 DONK AT ..
J. P. ROOHSOUES
No. 142 Fort Street.
X3T TEIiEl'IIONE 012 jr
' ft For twelve yenn I hnve mnde the
uiotning oi our uohi peopio. xneir con
tiuuid patronage is a guarantee of my
CLEANING AND REPAIRING
Iu Firt.tl.t84 Stylo.
The Regiilnr Amnml Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Inter-IsImiUHteam
Navh'ntloii On., Til, will bti liehl ut
the Orlleoof thoCompnny, on Tues
day, Match 0, t 10 o'clock u. m.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 23, 1897.
J. S. Walker,
il - Es
Dealer in v
Has for Salo and Lease on
1. targe Lot, Makiki street, 'fenced, 223
2. Lot on Kinau stroot between Alapai
and Kapiolani streets 140(feet'frontoge.'
3. Lot on Lunalllo street between Alapai
and Hackfeld streets,
4. 3 large Lots on Prospect street.
5. House and Lot on Green street be
tween Kapiolaui and Viotoria.
2 Btories and embracing 5 (rented) stores
on leased ground.
7. Lot corner of Kinau and Pi'ikoi streets.
8. Iiico Land at Waikane, Koolau. ,
0. Lot on corner of Huulu and Kea
(Between resilience of W. A.Bowcn
nml lot ot W. M. Giflurd having
frontage on Heulu street 260 feet.)
1. 3 Cottago.4 on Queen street near Punch
2. 3 Cottages at Old Waikiki.
3. Store and Dwelling, corner Wyllio
nml Nuuann, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and Richards
!Properties Managed, Collec
tion of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances mude on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckela Block, Honolulu.
P.O. Box. 330.
FOR -THIS -WEEK
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES !
ISTOTJB TKCKttE TPTrllCES! '
Laces that sold for SI per Yard'now OKc
offered at - - - - C.OV. 1
Laces that sold for 50c. per fj ajnH ACir
Yard reduced to - - - - ou ana ,uc- . .
Why ? Oh
They are All on One Counter and Every Piece
is Reduced 75 Percent or More !
For This Week Only ! V
A Chance of a Lifetime1! v
Nothing liko tbo
yOU IlOCUUl. JUI11U VUliy 11 yvu wn iu ov-umu ..y..w
M 10-EORT STREET STORE-No. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT . . . . . .
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed . JVEusliiis,
Gi'enadines, Homespun Litzezts,
An ontiro new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The USTew Bolero Jackets
In Jot and Lace, in Black and White.
ISJew .Ribbons ! 3STew Trimmings !
Our Lara;e Assortment of
am III m HMK'r
'Sopipes - r
Just Received Direct from the London Paotory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' -A.rticl.es.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
- Clearance - Sale
t a rinmci i
hrtljPin !'. '"'&
! Just to Clear
abovo over heard of boforo.
- ONLY !
il ' ir i -0 !
Them Out !
An inspection will .cost .' :j, v'" -f
,A' Mlu'. .'V
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