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EVENING BULLETIN, MAHOH 1HU7
LOCAL AND 'GENERAL.
This is Ash Wednesday.
Ohns. Notloy of Olua is in tlio
Qcorgo II. l'airchild returucd
to Kauai last cvouiug.
Laud agent J. J Brown return
ed from a trip to Hawaii today.
Levy's bankrupt stock will
shortly bo auctioned off by J. F.
Philip Pock, tho Olaa coffeo
planter, camo up on tho Kiunu this
Tho Oooko excursion party re
turned from tho Volcano on tho
J. Ronton, manager of tho
Union Mill Company of Kohala,
is in tho city.
Tho Honolulu Road Club took
in seven new mombors at n meet
ing hold last evening.
-4' Tho government band will play
at tho opening of tho Chinese hos
pitul tomorrow alternoon.
0. Omsted, one of the book
keepers at Makawcli plantation,
camo over from Kauai this morn
ing. Tho arrival of the Australia has
Tolieved tho potato famino but
prices for that edible aro still very
The Pioneer Building aud Loan
Association granted loans to tho
'amouut of S8000at the meeting
last Monday evoniug.
The opening of tho now Chi
nese hospital takes place tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
public is invited to attend.
Judge A. W. Carter aud lawyers
Robertson, Bosa, Dickey, Magoon
and Davis havo gono to Lihuo to
attend a torni of the Circuit
Those will bo special services of
tho Second Cougrogation oE St.
Audrow's cathedral at 12:10 and
5:10 p. m. today, beine Ash Wed
Under tho now management of
Mrs. Harry Klomme, the Eaglo
Houso offers the finest tablo
" hoard, including many palatablo
Tho band -will give tho usual
r'f concert at tho Executivo building
this afternoon, and tho ladies will
play tennis on tho Pacific Club
grounds across thostroot.
E. O. Hall &Son in another col
umn give tho testimonial of a Ha
waiian college boy in tho United
Statos on his exporienco with tho
Bamblor wheel. Road it.
H F. Wichiuanu calls attention
to his facilities for doing copper
pinto oncraviiiG and priuting.
Don't send to the Coast for work
you can got down hero equally as
woll aud cheap.
Captain Ilingloy and J. V.
Eagoroos of Company 7 of the
Citizens' Guard both modo M in
practice on Sunday, which outitlos
thorn to gold medal bars in tho
Citizens' Guard contosfc
Tho Ohinc-so who paid S(!0 for
the old building on Fort street,
formerly occupied by Bolster's
photograph gallery and Uertz's
shoe storo, will havo every vostigo
of it removed by tonight.
Henry Watorliouso & Cd. is tho
designation of a now firm in tho
jl commission, real estate and in
..suranco business. It is composed
of Henry Watorhouse, A. B.
Wood and Henry Waterhouso Jr.
a strong team.
Dotectivo David Kaapa, having
no special businoss on hand this
morning, has been cleaning out
tho room in which he keeps a col
lection of captured opium outfits,
old knives, guns, pistols and other
curiosities taken from criminals.
It is quite an iiiterestiug collection
Two loaded cattle cars came in
to collision with n car of sugar at
Ewa Mill this morning, but were
damaged but littlo. Louis War
ren, superintendent of tho Hono
uliuli ranch, who was on one of
tho oars, was slightly bruised aud
cut about tho hands. Ho camo
on to this city and will bo all
right in u doy or so.
Schilling's Best extracts
have no end of flavor in
- baking powder
are pure and money-back.
iri:si.s iMto.M inr,ii.
I'rnarex In lillo mid rrporllj- All
Hilo is to have a whist club.
Arc Hants aro bcinu placod on
tho Hilo streets.
Tho Tribune, from which these
items aro gathornd, has columns
of oncouraging news from tho
Goudie Bros, havo built a wood
on tramway to carry things across
their coffee plantation in.Puna.
Tho body of Fugishima, a
laborer for the Hakalau Plantation
Company, was found Sunday last
at tho bottom of tho Opoa gulch
at Monouina. Xue man must nave
J been workina in tho sugar cano
, field near the pali and fallon
uown mo precipice.
V. M. Fulcher is about to com
nionco tho orection of a business
building at Mountain View, Olao,
and stock the same with genorol
merchandise. That ho will mako
a success of tho venture goes with
Manager Lowrio of Ewa plan
tation, Oahu, it is said has bought
out tho Herd & Co. interest in
certain coffee lauds of Puna and
will soon begin coffeo planting.
Most of tho Hawaiians living
near tho coast of Puna who aro
not dopondout on fish alone for a
living, aro moving mauka and set
tling near the now road now built
or auout being finished. Most of
tho Hawaiians havo fair sized
tracts of lands aud aro all coffeo
Mr. Vannatta haB returned to
TTlln nnil lin laff TTntDlnln lmai.
i ; , r,v """-
jy cngageu geuiug our uuuuiug
supplies to furnish him for the
next six mouths to come. Ho
has a schooner load on tho high
seas now steering for Hilo and
another is loading. Tho hotel
will bo started immediately and
Hackfold's buildinc in a week or
ten days. Auy able carpenter
that wants employment hns only
; to apply, as men havo got to bo
imported to carry on tho work.
A now villago, which has been
named Wniakahiula by Father
Bonavcntura, has sprung up at
where tho terminus of the now
building Puna road will be. Tho
Catholic Mission has re3erved five
acrcB at this place whoro a church
and mission will soon bo estab
lished. Tho site is a beautiful one.
Tho land about tho new village is
f well adapted to coffee planting and
severol parties have already start
ed operations in buildings and
i in: viiimni: ikisi-i r.vi,.
l'rocrnm of llio I'uriiiitl Opening
Tomorrow at 3 o'clock tho
Chiueso Hospital "Wai Wa Yco
Yuen" at Palama will be formal
ly opened. There will bo brief
devotional exercises with singing,
followed by speeches in English
and Chinese. An opportunity
will of course be given to inspect
tho building, which is a rather
handsome structure. TIip grounds
aro prettilv laid out, with gravol
drives and walks. The president
and officers of tho United Chinese
! Society and the officers of tho
hospital wish all friends to un
derstand that they will he hearti
ly welcome. Formal iuvitatious
have only been sent to tho Presi
dent and Ministers. The follow
ing program has beon prepared
for the occasion:
1 Prayer Liu
2 Singing Choir
3 Scripture Reading Wong
4 Introductory Romarks
Mr. E. "V. Damon
5 Presentation of Keys by tho
Chairman of tho Building
Committee to the Presi
dent of the United Chinese
G Address in Ohincso and Eng
lish by Mr. Goo Kim, who
will declare the Institution
7 Addross by . . . Mr. Wong Kwai
8 Delivery of Koys to tho offi
cers of tho Wai Wa Yee
Yuen and thoir aecoptanco
of tho same.
Tho Minister of Foroign Affairs
has kindly offered tho band,
which willthoreforo play on tho
Officers of the branch Y. M. 0.
A. at Oahu College havo been
eloctod ub follows: Waltnr Mon
roe, president; H. A. Klnogol,
vico-prosideut; C. W. Ahfook,
secretary; A. W. Jndd, treasurer.
Celebrated for lt great leavrnlng strength
and lienltlifulnete. Aaaures tlio food against
alum and all forma of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Hotai, Dakino I'ow
ieh Co , New Youk.
Havo you a copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Go's, new
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Us freo to
inyono who will call or write.
Better get one to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
K i:YO .V.N AMI1I1ION.
Wmit to IIP Scut Hit t'oimil-Mcueral
to Himnll. "
Sneramonto, 0.1., Feb. 15,
Speiikor pro toni. Jlrowster 0.
Keiij'on of Long Doncli nspirod to
bo CoubuI Gonor.il to Ilnwnii, and
with Hint object in view tho fol
lowing petition is bcingcirctilatvd:
"Tbo utuloiBigncd bog to rocoin
mond tlio nntuo of Hon. lirowstor
0. Konyoii of Loud Bunch, Los
Aiigtik'H County., Culiforniu, for
tho position of United Qtutea Consul-
General to Mnwaii. Mr.
Kuuvon hits taken tin active mirt
in Eepnblioiin politics in tFiio State
for rafiro than twi-lvo yeiirs and
is at prosout sorving his second
term in tho Stato Assembly, of
which b.ulj ho is Spoikor pro
tfin, Wo consider him in ovory
way qui.l fird to fill tho oflico to
which ha aspires, and bolievo
tiint his upputntrnuut would bo a
fitting tribute to tho young Ro
publioans of California."
It has already been signed by
the principal Republican Stato
olliuials and also by tho Eo pub
Police Court .Tlatlrra.
In tho polioo court this morning
Judgo do la Yergne rondorod a
decision finding Mrs. Dickson
guilty of malicious injury in
poisoning three dogs belonging to
u noighbor. A fine of $10 and $3
costs was imposed and notice of
Eight Chiueso and two Japauoso
gamblers wore lined 10 ouch,
vrhllo eight Mawaitans, four ol
whom woro worrien, had their sen
tences suspended fin pleas of guilty
of tho same oflbnso.
M. Vasconcellos was found
guilty of the larcony of a 50-cout
jack knifo and sent to tho Koform
School for 30 days.
Iron Ilie Contract.
Tho Ministor of tho Interior
has awarded tho contract for cast
iron" pipe to tho Honolulu Iron
Works ub follows, tho price boing
335 loogtha, 8 in S!I3 00
95 " -1 " 33 50
3G0 " 3 " 3G 50
Extra castings do. lb.: pig lend
1 82c lb. N
Painted and Unpainted
by the myriad.
JAPANNED CASH BOXES
with and without Trays.
AGATE IRON SAUCEPANS
N. B. Which don't let the
coal lie on the floor.
PIPING HOT LUNCH PAILS
Two compartments; Cups
Fittine on top for Coffee,
Tea, Milk or Toddy.
ttsr We have all the above
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
BIG v SILK v SALE
Another Monster Reduction
FOR - ONE -WEEK - ONLY !
Japaiiese Silks from lOc.
Colored Silks and
At a Discount of 75 Per Cent or MoreJ
SST This is a Bona-fido Silk Sale and tlio Keduction of 75 Por Cent is no
catch penny affair. A call vill convince tho most skeptical. MARCH 1 to
MARCEL 6, Inolusive, is tho only time you can got this Big Reduction.
COME J5A.RX,Y A.ISTD GET FtRST CJL-IOICE !
flo.' 10-EOET STEEET STOEE-No.
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street t JL-Ionolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed YEusIiris,
Gt'enadiues, Hmzespimt Luzetis,
An entire new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, ctcj
Latest in JSTeck Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and CuiTs.
The 3STew I3olero Jackets
In Jot and Lace, in Black and White.
IN"ew Ribbons I ISTew Trimmings I
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOll THE ABOVE POUT ON
"Wednesday, march 10th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK V. II.
Tlio undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tiokota (rum this City to nil
points lu tho Unltocl States.
lFor further pnrtioulnrs regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN fc Co., L'd,
G47'8t General AqonU.
A Cottnce suitable for a small fa
mily ut Iso. SO Klnati street, near
Alnpai. Apply on premises.
Monday, March 1, 1897.
Reduced from Sl.OO
Tho umlerslgueil Alexander Ch la
holm and John J. Couehlin, both o(
Honolulu, In the Republic of Hawaii,
hereby give notice that they have en
tered Into partnership to curry on the
business of "Sadillere and Harness
Makers" In Honolulu oforusuid under
the firm nntno of "Manufacturing
Harness Coinpnuv" as from February
8,1897. ALEX. CHISHOMI,
JOHN J. COUGUUtf.
Dated February 27, 1897. 547-nt
Notice to the Public.
The President aud Officers of tho
United Chinese Society mid the Offi
cers of the Chinese Hospital, res
pectfully request the pleasure of
the attendance of the public at
the opening of the New Hospital
(Wnl Wa Yee Yuen) on Thursday,
March 4, ut 3 o'clock p. m., at the
HorpltHl Building, Pulutnn. (VIS It
For sale by the load or large quanti
ties. Apply to
r ii.u riiwutisuri
New Campbell IJulldlliR,