Local and general news


POSTED: Sunday, December 27, 2009

» The full Supreme Court is sitting today.
» Thrum's Hawaiian Annual for 1894 is out.
» Diamond Head, 3 p.m. mdash& Weather clear, wind light east.
» The finder of a bunch of keys will please return it to the BULLETIN office.
» Her Majesty's Cabinet met the Queen at Washington Place this forenoon.
» The P.G. band's concert at the Hawaiian Hotel yesterday evening was largely attended.
» Hawaiian Lodge, F. & A.M., will meet at the Temple this evening, for the installation of officers.
» Dr. C.T. Rodgers is no longer the P.G. army surgeon, having been replaced by Dr. Dr. C.B. Cooper.
» The Misses Albu, assisted by local talent, will give a concert at Kawaiahao Church tomorrow evening. Don't miss it.
» The old sternpost belonging to the Miowera was taken from the Fishmarket wharf this morning to the foundry. It will be used as scrap iron.
» Tomorrow the bean-guessing contest will close. All guessing papers must be sent in before 5 p.m. to N.S. Sachs. The nearest guess will win a silver tea service.
» Mrs. W.G. Smith and family left on the barkentine Irmgard this morning for the Coast. Mr. Smith, editor of the Star, accompanied them to sea, returning on the pilot boat.
» A young lad named Kolomona was held for investigation this morning by Detective Larseu for the committal of the burglary on Punchbowl street in a Chinese store reported yesterday.
» The custom house building is being made the habitat of spies. A large number of them are said to sleep at night in the building, for the purpose of watching the movements of the warships.