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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, J80C.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Circus again tonight.
Bund concert at Eiunin square
Sonator Baldwin arrived on tho
It takes half nn hour to rond
Sonntor Brown's opium bill
Much interesting local matter
is unavoidably crowded out of
Six carloads of people nttendod
tho dnnco nt Itomond Grovo on
Tho funeral of W. J. Coolho's
little child took placo at Maomao
Miss Kato Eiold's reading takes
plnco at Kaumakapili church and
not at Y. M. C. A. hall.
Tho now Buttorick patterns and
tho Delineator for March nro to
bo had at Mrs. Ilanna's.
Horseless carriages nro now too
common upon tho Parisian boule
vards to attract much attention.
Benefit of Strangers' Friend
Society at Y. M. 0. A. hall tonight.
Professor Zamlqch will introduce
"V. C. Peacock it Co. havo so-
f cureu tno agency ior raost iun-
. p i r !
WttUKeo urnugm ucur iur uiu xia-
. Miss Kato Eiold's reading for
- tho benefit of tho Ereo Kinder
gartens takes place at Kaumaka
pili church tomorrow night.
' Mail a copy of tho steamer
edition of tho Bulletin to your
friends abroad by tho Australia.
It will bo issued tomorrow1 after
noon. Judgo Carter has issued an
ordor further postponing the re
coivor's salo of tho Club Stables
Co.'s property until "Wednesday
In tho return match between
Company B and tho second team
of tho Sharpshooters, which took
placo Saturday afternoon, Co. B
won by a score of 415 to -lOu".
0. II. "Whito has in person filed
a motion for a now trial on tho
ground that the verdict against
ii Aim for hitting u policoman was
contrary to the weight of evidence.
A sailor from tho Iroquois ran
his fist through a pano of glass in
Mr. Nolto's cotfoo saloon this
nfternoon. Tho danuigo is $25
and Jack is in tho polico station.
In tho account of tho mooting of
tho American Roliof Society, pub
lished in this papor on Saturday,
tho namo of T. F. Lansing was
inadvertently omitted from tho
list given of thoso present.
A good advertisement first
catches attontion, then awakens
thought, and then half tho battle
is over. Tho Evening Bulletin
is tho best advertising m odium in
Hawaii, and is generally acknow
ledged as such by leading busi
Moonlight concerts will bo giv
en ovory evening this weok as fol
lows: At Emma square tonight,
at tho hotol tomorrow night, Wed
nesday night at Thomas Square,
Thursday at Makoo Island, Fri
day at Thomas Square- and Satur
day aftomoon at Emma Square.
A spocial meeting of tho pro
posed laborors and mechanics' as
r" sociation will bo hold at tho Am
erican League hall Tuesday 'ovon
ing, Fob. 22d. It is proposed to
organize into a pormanont society
, all tho laborers and mechanics in
Honolulu for mutual protection.
Young Hoe appearod boforo
Judge Cartor this morning and,
withdrawing his former plea, en
tered a plea of guilty to bribery
as charged. Ho was represented
by P. Neumann. Young Heo is
tho wealthy restaurateur of Wni
luku and "tho bribory was com
mitted in connection with a large
seizuro of opium on his promises.
, Tho evangelistic services at tho
Christian church last night woro
specially interesting. Rev. Romig
dolivored a very instructive dis
course on "How to understand
tho Bible." Tho subject was mndo
vory plain by tho uso of n largo
pictorial chart. Tho house was
crowded and extra seats had to bo
provided. Tho audionco was fascin
ated with tho preacher's fervor and
eloquence and tho sorvico closed
in a fitting manner with tho bap
tism of sevoral converts. "Tho
Four Kingdoms" will bo tho topic
for tonight, and will bo illustrat
ed by a chart.
OLAimiNi: IPKO.lI MAUI NCIIK
in: i tin: iuinou in roirr.
Iilniid Stonmcri Dopnrt Dcrrlnm
Vcfticl KeiiarliiB t Siill N'otcn
Klve desertcra from tlio V F Ilabcock wore
The Knnla loaded augar Into tho C U Ilry
nnt this morning.
Tho steamer Kahulul arrived at the port of
tho samo namo on tho 10th.
The schooner King Cyrus arrived at Port
Townsend from this ort, Jan 29.
Tho schooner Bcrtlo Minor Is discharging
lumber at the Custom House wharf.
Tho HrltlsH hark Foxglove sailed from the
Falkland Islands for Honolulu on Dec SO.
The bark Ilcspcr arrlrcd at Kahnlul on tho
15th, with a cargo of coal from Newcastle
A party of I.idlcj and gentlemen enjoyed n
Mil In the yacht Spray yesterday afternoon.
Tho 8 0 Allen received sugar from tho
.Tames Makeu nt Allen C Itoblusun's wharf
The schooner Olsrn arrived at Kahulul,
where she Is unloading lumber from Mnlm
kona, on tho 20th.
The brig I.urltne sailed from Knliulul with
S5G0 bags suirnr and lUI'J lbs hldis, alued at
W5,'l, on tho 18th.
To seamen from tho schooner Spokane,
which Is preparing to sail, have deserted. One
Of them wnj caught at Kallhl, near the bone
T1C Hrltlsh ship Lord nrassy, which sailed
from Hongkong Aug. C for 1'uget i-ound, and
nas not ncen ucaru oi since, uas ueen posted
Sails were bent on tho V F Hancock today.
She received sugar from the J A Cummins
this morning. lhc ship will likely tall In a
day or two.
TrnsiuT, Feb. 25.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, for Maul, at
Stmr Kcnuhou, Thompson, for Kll&uen,
Stmrlwalanl, Smythc, for I.ahalna, Kukul
haclc, and Ilonokaa.
Stmr Walalcalc, Gregory, for Maul and
WriisnsnAY, Feb. 20.
0 S S Australia, Uoudlette, forSan rrau
Ex stmr James Makte 2075 bags sugar,
and 3 pkg aund.
Ex stmr Kuala 2000 bags tugar, and 1 pkg
Ex stmr Keauhou 12."0 bags sugar.
Ex stmr I.chu.i 2J27 bags sugar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1200 bags sugar.
l'er stmr JamesMakce Sirs E I.lndeman,
J F Drown, mid :i Uck.
IVr stmr Kcauliou J l'ltzumb and wlfci
W B Knpu. Mrs C llertelman, and 21 deck.
I'cr stmr Lohua August Hannibal.
l'er stmr Claudlne, from Maul Feb 23 II
1 llaldwln, It II Here;, W II Cnrnwcll, Hobcrt
l.ewers. Miss II I.cuers, II Ilumberg. Plsen
btrg, II Schult7e. Mis D Isenberg, O Arm
strong, WO Aiken, I lliibcnsteln, (1 SUarnctt,
Mrs A M Sproull, I.oo Joe, A llorba, Father
Conrnrdl, V II Halstead, K C Lindsay, I. A
Andrews, F 11 lluyselden, E It Blvcns, V T
liauun, r.d Dowsctt, Ah Youuc, A F Zam
lneh, C Van Hoin, W Marx, I) Waldrnu und
48 ou deck.
Per bktn Irmgard Jfrs T Tye.
A Greater Success Than Ever.
On Saturday nlgbt the largest crowd wc
havo yet entertained PACKED OUK MON
STEll KOTUNDA to Us utmost capacity,
aid jet as during our whole season so far,
thero wus no crowding, no disturbance,
everything being so managed that the most
fastidious need not fear anything to grato ou
their feelings. That this Is purely fact and
widely understood may bo easily gathered by
a slnglo glance at the occupants oi our audi
torium. The best classes of society nro ns
fully represented ou each recurrence of our
performance as at the most fashionable opera
or the must soulstlrring oratorio. Tho vast
atteudunco Saturday night brol.o all records
lu this country. We wcro compdlid before
8 o'clock, to CLOSE THE GATES as tho
tent would hold no more.
THE NEW PROGRAM
A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS.
The Two Hawaiian Horses
Hidden by KACUIAL, simply electrified the
ThB Same Great FrrjgramT
As aaotnenlr of his visit to Honolulu Mr.
WIKTI1 WILL GIVE AWAY
A Handsome Lady's
Conditions. Everybody purchasing a tic
ket at tho pay oillce will receive a uumber
and wheu the sale of tickets has ceased a
duplicate set of numbers up tu the lust num
ber sold will be placed in a bag from which
any person in the audience may drawn and tho
flrt number called will bo declared tho win
ner. Everj body has an equal ehaiieo.
PoruLAii Pita'Ls: Chalis ft; Gallery 25
Next performance WEDNESDAY.
H'ghoit ' f U in I n.-i.iTur Vow
1 IHfaak 'flSBIST
Sugar at 4 cents sends cold
chills through tho man who
disposed of his plantation stock
six months ago. With tho
prico of such staples increasing
afl'airs in Honolulu should
have a boom. Sugar is the chief
product of the islands; if the
price goes up everyone hero
will benefit by it. If it goes
down tho majority of the
population suffers according
ns they may havo interests
in tho trades of tho country.
In good times, when money
is plenty, prices are usually up.
Even with a mere tendency to
better times tho prices in some
establishments arc sent sky
ward. But not with us. Wo
sell you a Jewell Stove today
for twelvo dollars, next week
or next year it will be the same
unless the manufacturers can
make them for less.
You know what the con
ventional stove for wood or
coal amounts to in this country.
Climatic conditions involve
the expense of new stoves
about once in four yearsjtho old
stove is thrown out and from
fifteen to a hundred dollars nro
invested in n new one.
Ours are better than the
conventional stove, that is,
Jewoll's is better and wo sell
Jewell's. In the first placo the
castings are thicker, conse-
iqucntly not so apt to rust or
j burn through. Every part of
tno Jewell is inter changeable;
if a part breaks, wears, burns
or rusts out it can bo re
placed. In tho United States a man
buys a stove to last him ten
years. It will do ih only by
tho interchangeable part sys
tem. Another point in tho
Jewell. The top of tho oven
is covered with a preparation
of asbestos which serves two
purposes. It keeps tho heat
in the oven and prevents the
top of that part of tho stove
from wearing out.
Wo havo tho Jewell in all
sizes from $12 upward.
Store open Saturday even
ing. Von Holt Building.
.... UY THE....
Honolulu Cricket Club
.... IN THE....
THISTLE CLUB KOOMS,
Saturday Evening, February 29th,
At 7.30 o'clock.
Tickets, - Si .50.
Can nw be obtained front Members of tho
Committee and at tho Goldcu ltulo Baiaar.
S.L.B. de Hawaii
ALL 1JILLS AGAINST THE
Should bo prcBcntod (it any timo
Board of Directors
Tiiitouaii P. O. Box 219.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
r.-TaWt 1T.S. "! - ' lo,mt.
is our new insectitude for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
value of Hough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests arc,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, wo refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG, CO.
Tlie HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO., L'd
CABS TO THE FISH MARKET.
On and after Saturday, tho 22ml
inst., tho cars leaviny Nnunuu
Yalloy at tho following time will
run via School and Fort streets to
tho Now Fish Market:
From Xuutinu Viilloy at (5.35,
7.35, 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.35 a. m.;
uleo nt 12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, -1.35,
5.35, 0.35 p. m.
Cars will loavo tho Fish Markot
for tho Viilloy at 5.58, (J.58, 7.58,
8.58, 9.58, 10.58, 11.58 a. in.; and
12.58, 1.58, 2.58, 3.58, 4.58, 5.58,
(5.58 p. in. Tlicao cars will run
via Fort strcot, crossing Queon
street at 5 minutes past tho hour.
On Sundays tho cara will ceaso
running to tho Markot after 8 a.m.
Those cars connect with tho car
leaving Puntihou at tho hnlf-hour,
and on tho roturn journey thoy will
also connect with a Borotania
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOll THE ABOVE POUT ON
Wednesday, Feb. 2h,
AT O'CLOCK r. m.
Tho undersigned are now prepared to
isiuo Through Tickets from this City to all
points in tho United Suites.
EtTVor further particulars regarding
Froight or l'oasngo, apply to
Wir. G.IRWIN & Co., L'n,
'iTt-.lt General Agonts.
PER S. P. "AUSTRALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
A lino assortment of Island
views colored mid uncolorcd.
Special ordors iakon for coloring
photos. King Bros, Hotel St.
lJ ai ifrSk "J mX3
N. S. SACHS
tar JUST OPENED J
Doffed Swiss JVIuslms
In Dainty Colors, Wkito Grounds with Colorod Dotn. Solid Colors in Pink,
Black nud Leghorn. Also, somo 1'rotty Laco Stripo Whito Muslim, which
wo offer nt tho lovrost prico of 'JO Cents jicr Ynnl.
Printed. Piques & Cotton Duck
In. Stripes, Figured mid l'olhn Dots.
A Bargain in Worsted Dress Gooos I
EtT Wo aro now ofTcriiiK rt lino ot Light weight .Vll-uocl Drust Goods In
very pretty shades. Those ura Doublo Width and will o for "() (VnK n Yard.
A Xcw Assortment .lust Opened. A full linu of sizes
in nil qualities
Our Entire Stock
nt Prices that are
tgp- Don't Forget the Date March 2, 1896. "
TEMPLE OF FASHION
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at ai.Ii nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATS ON HAND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ae., between llcretanla and School
BOARD AND ROOM!
B Excollont location. Tele
phone 707. 201-tf
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
nud 1:45 r. M., nrriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 l. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Claps Sd Class
Pearl City $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Wnianao 1 CO
W. H. WINCHESTER
HAHNESS MAKER AND 8ADDLEK.
Soils Hawaiian trees and ro-covorB
Onr Motto is:
"Tako Pains and Kcop Customors."
116 llotliol St.. between KhiK nml Hotol,
Telephone 030. 15'J-tf
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"Hl-i &T.TTaHf WL-JI im. -,-
'I mm in T 1 frJwt
has been lieinarked
519 FORT STREET
-yK J .?,..
DON'T Hi$TJTE 4 MOJ'ENT
About the bist place to buy
PIKST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
(20 Years' Experience.)
fake Tride in My Work ami
UfiST Shop at T, B. Hurray's Carriage
A SPECIAL MEETING OF LAllOKEItS
nml Mechanic will bo held nt tho American
tongue Hall '1UESDAY EVENING, Fob
runry 25th, nt 7:30 o'clock sharp. All pco.
pie interested in orgnuized labor mo earn,
estly roqnottcd to attend.
To Let or Lease.
THE '.ESIDBNCU OK MltS. A. LONG.
ouo milo from poutofuce. Largo houso with
. fiiruitnro. l'our bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kltohen. bath roomu,
j hot nud cold wnter, with patent closotu,
servant hounos, stables, horto paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
I Apply to J ALf ItEI) MAGOON. '
' 233-tf Merchant nt., next l'oatoulcej
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