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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tbo last Wusin concert comos
Many flags wore displnyod at
prirate residences yesterday.
Sovoutoen drunks wero nrrostod
on Tuesday night and Wednesday.
"W. C. Lano, Sonior, diod at
0:30 this morning of pneumonia.
Tho Henrietta opium cases come
up for trial at 0:30 tomorrow
About two hundrod pooplo on
joyed tho exoursion to Waiauuo
Tho band will play at the Exo
outivo building this afternoon nt
Commissioner Marsden return
ed from Hamukuu by tho Iwalani
Dr. Lindloy of Kona, Hawaii,
will return by tho W. G. Hall to
morrow. J. P.- Eokhardtnnd Dr. Niohols
came up on the Iwalani from Ha
makna. British Vico-Consul T. Rain
Wnlkor ontortainod n larg party
at dinner last evening.
Kumohamelm school boys dis
tributed gifts to poor children at
Christmas carols will bo Bung
at thn G:30 evening sorvico at St.
Androw's cathedral next Sunday.
Aloxnndor D. Larnach was
married to Miss Inez Perry yes
terday, tho Bishop of Panopolis
An elaborate assortment of do
rorated glass photo frumos.
Something entirely new, nt King
Bros., Hotel street.
Paoifio tonnis courts were orowd
ed yesterday afternoon. Mrs. G.
P. Wilder dispensed tea and re
freshments. Now that Christmas is over
people oan devote moro attention
to tho forthcoming racos on Now
Tho engagement of Captain 0.
J. C.Mnpboll and Miss Kate
Keomrli is announced, tho wed
ding to take place about tho first
of the year.
The last steamer brought for
King Bros the largest and finest
assortmont of Pictures and fram
ing materials evor importod.
Cslonel Sopor intonds to raiso
$300 for Charloy Peterson, the
lookout on Diamond Head, Ho
has secured nearly that amount,
The Ovide Musin Company
leave for Japan on Saturday's
tenmor, hence this evening will
bo the last chance to hoar them
Tho last mail to take Xraus
groetings to Europo and America
this year.will leave hero Doc. 6th.
Soo what King Bros have in the
way of cards for the purposo.
Owing to tho time of the de
parture of "life 'KThau being
changed, the circus will give two
more performances on Saturduy
afternoon and evening.
Several woddings will come off
on January 1st, and some of the
contracting partios won't surprise
their friends as mnoh as they aro
trying to do.
Yesterday's band concert at
Thomas square drow out u large
and appreciative audienco, and
the now numbers received mnoh
The Hawaiian Band was out
serenading on Tuesday ovoning,
President Dole, Minister Willis,
Commissioner Ha wes, Vioe con
sul Walker and othor prominent
personages being honored.
The somi-annual shoot of the
Hawaiian Bifle Association will bo
ono of the ovonts of Now Year's
day; Tho oontest commences at
8:30 a. m.
There is only one place in Ho
nolulu whore you oan got fresh
candy every day.The Palaco candy
store outers to tho host pooplo,
and you can always got what you
Claims against tho Govornmont
for tho month of November filod
with tho respeotivo departments
previous to Deoember 5th will bo
payablo on Monday and Tuesday,
December iiOth and Slat.
Ono of tbo oxourslonisls to
Waianao yostorday onjoyod hlm
soli in that littlo villugo bo much
that ho minBod tho train, nud hav
ing spont nil hia money had to
walk homo, He in fltill walking.
Tbo Miowora must bo next.
Thnro is no performance ut tlio
Japanese theater this ovoning.
The band will play at tho hotol
Tho Bhosina Bails for Portland
at 5 o'olock.
Tho steamer Bhosinn took a
mail for Portland, Oregon, this
Tho steamor Mount Lebanon
brought no pnsaongers and nn
lator foreign news.
Entries for thn bicycle racos on
January 1st oloso at Thrum's
store this afternoon at " o'clook.
The cirouB performance on Mon
day evening for tho Lopors' Christ
mas bonefit netted about $300.
A gold fob chain has been lost.
The finder will pleaso return to
Tho local club got even with
tho Wild Swan olovon yoBterdoy
by a Boore of 58 to 27.
Messrs. H. A. Widomann and
J. G. Spencer of the Paoifio Club
visited tho Bnltimoro this morn
ing. U. S. Consul Mills paid an
official visit to tho Baltimore this
morning and was accorded tho
Tho Chief Justioe of the
Supreme Court of Japan, T. Myo
ahi, is a communicant in a Con
Miss Maggie Sharpe, who is
toaohing school atKekaha, Kauai,
cumo over on tho stoamor of. that
name on Tuosday afternoon, and
will spend tho holidays with her
Some ono remombored Editor
Towso of tho Star ye6tordny and
presonted him with a handsomely
dressed tin soldier inado out of
All tho ocoupants of the Lunar
lilo Home will visit tho cirous on
Saturday nftornoon by invitation
of Mr. WirtB.
Kaumakapili ohimos will bo
rung this evening by Wray Taylor
from 6:30 to 7 o'clock, after which
tho Christmas tree and ontertain
mont of the Sunday School takes
The steamer .Mount Lebanon
stuck fast in the mud, beyond
and at right angles to the
Paoifio Mail wharf, in trying
to dock. Sho has no passengers
for this port, but has ono saloonn
and 11 .European and lb Chi
nese Btoerage forYokobama.Thoro
is 580 tons cargo for this port
and 2400 tons' through. A
horse diod nn the passage. Pur
sor W. J. Fusaelle is thanked for
nows favors. Tho Mt. Lebanon
left Portland on the 0th and
Viotoria on tho 15th.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every Saturday evening, for
The . . ;
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates givon for houso wir
ing and Elootrioal plants.
Marino Wiring a spoolalty,
EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 26, 18y5.
Higho8t oflnll in Lavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Eoport.
Semi - Annual Competition
Hawaiian Rifle Assn.
To bo hold nt tho Asuociit'on's Rang,
(below Mrs. Wnrd'g plnco, entrance on
South street) on
Wedqefltaif. JannfiifiJ 106, 1896
7 Regular Association Matches and also the fol
- lowing Matches:
Commencing at 8:30 a. m.
H. It. A. ALL COMERS MATCH.
1st nriZO S10: 2d anil Hrrl nria
85 each; 4th, 5th, fith and 7th
prizes, S4 each; 8th, 9th, 10th and
llth prizes, $2 each.
Conditions: Open to All Comers;
10 rounds nt 200 vnrds: miv rifln;
no hair or sot triggers or telo
Hcono sights allowed. Entries nn-
uuiuuu, uuiruuco ICO, 51.
1st nrizo. silver modal: 2d nrizn
85. ' L
Onon to nil momlinrs nf flin Nn-
tionnl Gunrrl of ITn.wn Hlmrn-
shooters and Citizons' Guard (bar
ring out all members of tho Ha
waiian Riflo Association who have
mado a record of 80 nnr f.nnr. nr
over in any regular H. It. A.
iuuicu;. vny nuo, no nair or 80t
triggers or toloscopo sights al
lowed. 5 Bhota nt 200 yard's; en
trios unlimited; ontranco foo SI.
Conditions: Open to nil per
sons who hnvo novor mado a rec
ord of 80 per cent, or over in any
of tho H. It. A. 's .regular 200 yard
matches; unlimited entrios; 5 shots
at 200 yards; any riile, ho hair or
set triggers or toloscopo Bights nl
lowod. Entrance fee 81.
Following is tho list of prizes:
Two cash prizes, 820 and 85.
Wildor's S. S. Co., round trip tick
et to Milo and return.
Castlo fe Cooke, Winchester Car
W.W. Dimond, Five o'clock tea sot
M. S. Grinbnum & Co., English
W. F. Reynolds, 2 vols Shakes
peare. J. Hopp & Co., Oak Tablo.
Hustaco & Co., Load cut firowood.
Hobron Drug Co., Irizo.
L. 13. Kerr, Fine Ostrich Flume.
Mot. Meat Co., Leg of Mutton.
Wall Nichols Co., Framed picture.
J. S. Martin, Pair trousers.
Jas. F. Morgan, Prizo. '
W. G. Irwin & Co.,.$ bbl. sugar.
H. J. Nolte, Box Cigars.
Hollistor & Co.', Meerschaum pipo.
Pacific Hardwaro Co., Picturo and
Frame (to bo solocted).
Lowers & Cooke, Roll matting.-
Jncobson fc Pfeiffor. Prizo.
M. Mclnerny, Fino Btraw hat.
Henry May, Box tea.
H. F. Wichmnu, Pioco silvorwnro.
Manfrs. Shoo Co., Pair shoes.
Benson, Smith & Co., $ doz. per
fumes. L. E. Tracy, 1 doz. collara.
Hawaiian Nows Co., Prizo.
M. Phillips & Co., box Hav. cigars.
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., Prizo.
H. Hackfold & Co., Prizo.
Hyman Bros., Box cigarB.
W. S. Luce, Prize.
Ordway & Porter, Oak rocker.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Prizo.
J. T. Watorhouso, Tea sot.
T. H. Dnvics & Co., Fino lamp.
W. 0. Pcacook & Co., Keg wine.
Entries in tho Association's reg
ular rnntchos must be mode to tho
Secretary boforo 1 o'clock p. m. on
Tuosday, Docombor iilst, 1805.
All entries in tho All ComorH,
Military and Citizons Mntch are
to bo mado nt tho rungo on tho
day of tho match.
Furthor information in regnrd
to any of tho nbovo matched may
bo had by applying to tho Secre
tary. W. 10. WALL,
Jah. L. MuLkan, Proitiriont.
A yon'H subscription to tho
ICvi:NlN() JIullktin iimkvH a nloo
Now Yonr'u prosont,
Building -:- Lots
Delightful situation, llcantlful view of tlie
ocean. Excellent neighborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
DON'T HEglTipE MOMENT
About tbo beat place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
ifornia : Feed
Things To Eat.
HOLIDAY -:- AHUQTOOBMEHT
Jos. Tinkek, Propr.
The usual supply of Beef, Mutton, Sau
sage, 1'ork, Veal, etc.
Remember tho place and ring up or call
COTTAGE OK 5 ROOMS TARTLY FDR
nlshed, suitable (or a doctor's office, or
light house keeping. Inquire of
27 Alakoa St.
J. J. Cameron.
Special Announcement !
The departure of the r. h. Kinan to Ililo
being altered to Monday next, Mr, Wlrth
respectfully announces that the Company
On Saturday next.
Particulars of which will he publiuhsd in
VHOMmyjard, corner (Jurcn street and
Kaualauao laue. a Kambler lllcjcle, No, H
Ire. Kinder will he ultably rewarded, pli'Xc
return to my stand al Koaili'i barber hop,
For Sale or to Rent.
A dotiirnhlo dwelling Iiouho on
UtiHHingor Hlroot. Apply to
Tho lliiwaiiiui Hiifo Doponit
und liivoHtinunt Coinpiiny,
N. S. SACHS,
620, Fort Stroot, -.-... Honolnlo.
USEFUL HI ORNAMENTAL
Our stock is m,ost comploto, our storo is a grand cnrnivnl ot gifts.
SZLVJEK, TOILET .ARTICLES
cnoicx ski.ection or
White Metal Novelties!
' A fino assortmont of
Fans, ECand Bags pncl Leather
nt very lew prices.
BATTENBERG LACE SQUARES, LACE
AND SILK DRAPES.
Special bargains in
The most comploto lino, nnd prices
eclipso nil former values. . .
Lace JBed Sets, Curtains and Por
tieres, Latest novoltios in
Children's Fancy Cloth Caps,
A now nssortrnont of
Children's Capes, Coats, Jackets,
A special nssortrnont of
Children's Trimmed Hats forCimstmaB..
Latest Style Ladies Sailor Hats,
Just nrrivod por Australia. If you aro look
ing for HOLIDAY GOODS, visit our store
beforo making your purchases
And nil tho staple articles in tho
fl5Cut pricos on nil articles for
HENRY DAVIS is CO.
It 9-3m Fort lUceU
Xg&g and Jlew YeM.j
C. W. Maofarlane
Batiuma and Kutanl ware. Bilk Klmonsg
Erubroldared Handkerohlefs, Dolliea,
Cushions and Cosyg.
All Hand Painted.
W. 0. T. U. LUNCH ROOM
Kr Ladles and Gentlemen,
At Ul King street.
tWl.uNcu ntou 11:30 x u to 1:30 r. x.
Our attractlous are home-made food, a
tool neat room and satisfactory atteuitanco.
Table a la carte. 103-tf
OpK)ltu tln llni.i.KriN liunlui'iH i.triro
on Kltiu tt.. it lutly's) imrKO, Owmir run
linvi) tmmi on pruvlng pruiurty nnd pity
Inif (or iidvi'rllsuMciit.
-A MAN WnO CAN TREAD UNEXPECT
edljr upon a niece of coral rock, while bath
lag at Walklkl, and not eato up or make anr
profane remarks, must also be able to knock
a mosquito offhls noso without bitting that
organ, he will be required to examine a bicy
cle trsck and tell wdlch way the wheel waa
traveling; call on Hron & Kubey and look
on their new stock Just received per last
I AM NOW prepared to accept your order
fordjclng, all kinds or cotton goods,
woolens, silks, crepes, lawns, etc, at
lilS-tf Eaullke street makal of King street.
NOTICE IS HEItEny GIVEN THAT ALL
persons Indebted to Wing YeeTal A Co.
Kleele. Kauai, bankrupt, are hereby notified
that all debia duo boo tlrm must be paid to
Hop Ulng Lung of Kleele, Kauai, and alt
claims against said Wing Yo Tal A Co must
be presented to W II lUIrrt. aslirnee, Heno
lulu. HOP 1IINH CO.
Dec 1993. 1HW
I. MORI, Al. D.,
Office, Fort Stroot, nonr Boretania.
Eosidence, Arlington Hotel.
Ilourss 7 to 8:30 a in; 4 to 8:30 p m, Sat
nrday and Sunday, 1 to 8 p m. Tel. 680.
Sale of Barbotine Work.
Mia Kioo Ib holding a sale of Burbo
tlno work.plnwiues, jursaml photo fromea
nt her reslJonco on King Bt., two doora
from J. II. Atherton's.
THE MASTEIt OU CONSIGNEE OF
the Bhip Seringa will not be responsible-
for any debta contracted by the trow
while iu tbo port ot Honolulu.
ALMA COTTAOE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
j.ci, mrnisuea, logemcr with a beach lot.
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
1 Nuuanu tJtreat.
5000 men dally to drink the 0000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
l'oloftlre llox 47ft ... . Honolulu,