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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 1. 185(5.
X.O0AL AITD GENERAL N15WS
Tho Into C. O. Berger's will was
admitted to probate to-day.
-Tho steamer Clnudino brought '
the largo lot of 10,019 bags of sugar, j
Tho bookkeepiiig class at the Y.
M. 0. A. rooms will rosume work at
, 7:30 o'clock
President Kitcat of tho cricket
club calls tho aunual mooting for
Tho annual meeting of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company
will bo held on tho ISMh inst.
B. P. Ehlors & Co. ask tho gontlo
reader to stop aud think. IJoad tho
"Ladies Column," and "pauso and
Marshal Hitchcock raises n'strio
tious of martial law on tho saloons,
except the carrying away of spiritu
S. G. Wilder is going to tho Sound
to bring to Honolulu Oeorgo Cartor,
a brother of the lato C. L. Carter,
who is in a feeble condition from a
A. M. Hewelt was roleasod from
custody lato Saturday afternoon, by
-order of tho Military Commission.
Mr. Ilowett was at work in C.
Brewer fc Co.'a olHco this morning.
Tho Military Commission met at
10:30 o'clock this morning and ad
journed until 10 o'clock next Mon
day morning unless sooner called
by the president of tho Commission.
Snocial Hammer accompanied :
Carl Widemauu from Oahu 1'rison
to the Circuit Court this forenoon, I
whore ho was wanted in the probate
caso of C. O. Borgor's will, ho boiug
one of the witnesses.
Harry Saylor has taken charge of
t Iwi I In itfn ! lTsitikl',1 ItilliMvfl .ii tin
LliU Xliviitiu uuin n Miiuaiu lui'lii
Patrons of Ium ball ami cue may do- Ka0 which continued uutil next day.
pond on getting gentlemanly ntten-1 Ou Saturday morning the flyiug jib
tion from him. All tho tables will , boom snapped. Shortly aftor arrival
bo put in firstclass condition as soon i 0ff port tho crow was set to work to
as tho material arrives by noxt I put tho whaler iu shipshapo and
steamer. 8Ue g UOw ready for sea.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano I Captain Shory is a Wo&t Indian,
aud orgau maker and tuner, can fur-! He is accompauicd by his wife aud
nisb beat factory references. Orders ! child. There are four Hawaiian
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will ro- . boys on tho Gavhoad, uamed Albort
win ro- .
neive prompt attoutiou.
guaranteed lo l th n
Tho regular meeting of tho Wo
man's Board will be held to-morrow
at 2:30 p.m. at tho Central Uuion
Church. 1'apor by Mrs. E. A. Jones
ou Missions iu tho South Sua Islands.
Ladies from abroad aud all interest
ed in mission work aro cordially in
vited to attend.
liAttf I mil ii-t n
uauu rni ku a
iminitwf n( It mmn Cnllnrn t lua iLirutt
... n.. m .1 ' ... ... iil i
111 IlllUlinV 1IVIIIIIIIIF ! H3MI1
will play at Thomas Square.ou Wed-!
iuuuii: tuu imuu
nosday at Makeo Island, on Thurs
and. on Thurs- ,
day at tho Hawaiian Hotel aud ou
Friday at Thomas Squaro.
Sugar is at tho bottom of every
thing in Hawaii, and everything that
helps to increase tho product is a
Sublic bonison. Tho Hawaiian
ardwaro Compauy knows this, and
makes one of its lcadiuc; liuos tho
latest improvements iu sugar culti- i
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any-,
thing iu the jowohy lino. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gortz's store, Fort street, I
is your man. Ho was for ton years !
tho practical watchmaker for Wen- j
uer Si Co.
Tho sealer Mncot did not got i
away yesterday, Captain Loreuz not I
being able to socuro sutllciout am-1
munition for tho cruise. Ho applied
to tho souior captain of police Satur
day afternoon, but it was too late,
so ho had to postpono departure j
A mossago from tho U. S. S. Fhila-'
delphiathis morning roportod John-1
sou, a uluojaouot, as a donorter, and
a reward of $10 was offered for his
uoiouuou. (japiaiu ivauae louuu
Johnsou iu tho Cosmopolitan Saloon, j
Ho had that "tired feeling" aud was
unable to roach tho boat landing
If you waut to buy a roally good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Browu & Kubey,
at No.-l. Masonic Tomplo; thoro you
will fiuu tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold ou weekly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Honolulu Wator Works
McCandloFs Brothers have tho
second well for tho Government 70
feot from tho first oue down 2f0
foot and will have it completed iu n
mouth. Tho first ono with a good
How is COG foot deep. There is a
nine-ton boiler, mado by tho Hono
lulu Iron Work", ou tho ground
Beretauin aud Alapai streets,
If your subscription ms expired now
U a gooJ time to rm"w it.
TING, TING, BANG I
Ohinesa Theatricals Entor Upon a I
Now Ltase of Prosperity . .
Tho rosidonts at Aala in tho vi-'
cinity of tho now Chinese theatre i
aro repeatedly making complaints
about tho rackot made by tho Celes
tial Thespians. During martial law
tho theatre has been kept open until
11:30 o'clock nightly, and thosn who
had passes enjoyed tbo play. Since
martial law has been relaxed as to
hours, however, tho managors of the
theatre have prepared big attrac
tions, which means increased din to
tho oriental play. On Saturday night
last tho piece was "Tho Plood," and ,
there was a full house, a sprinkling
of .foreigner being among the audi
ence Tho license had to b renewed this
morning and Willie Crawford, act
ing for the management, called at
tho Interior ollieo aud planked down
$10 for a now licouse. Tho play this
afternoon will bo "Plowery King
dom," and this ovening, "Pairy
Laud." There are thirty actors in
tho troupe, all composed of local
talent. The prospects have been so
bright that tho management has
sout for forty professionals and they !
will arrivo from China next mouth. '
Wo Sing & Co. are tho managers '
Catches Off Hawaii West Indian ,
Skippir and Hawaiian Sailors.
i Tho whaling bark Oayhead, Cap-
tain Shory, arrived -eiterilay morn-,
ing from San Francisco, which port
alio loft ou
Dec. 18. Tho Gayhad
cruising about during tho
passago. Un i rmav, rob. 1, while
tho whaler was oa" Kealakekua bay,
Hawaii, fivo sperm whalos wore har
pooned. Ou Friday of last week the
inrliM.ifl ftYnfiriMniMfl n .rv Iihavv
uuys ou wiu uiivuuau, uaiuuu muuri.
Mitchell. Sam Knlua, Sam John and
Johu Thomas Mitchell has been
with Captain Shory for the past
tnreo years, and has been promoted
from sailor to boatsteurer. Tho
captain aud some of his crow wore
ashore yesterday aud to-day. The
Gayheau will leave direct for the
north iu a couple of days.
Frank Vida, while driving out of
i ri i a t n ri i 111 iirnuii i i i a niiurniiiii
i i ' t n i ..
brake this aitern
mot with a slight accident
M4n vutv ia l4o "lim'J vnii w mwwii)
i i fi
"orso no w?s uv,u? au? a 8UUV0U
J""''' -"i " ". " .i"v.
Vida and his cousin, who were in
tho brake, wero thrown out. Tho
horse boltod but was brought to a
standstill by tho cheek rein. Frank
escaped with a bruised arm, while
his companion wa- unhurt One of
tho wheels of tho brake suffered.
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Hon'
WT. C. Wilder aud F. A. Schaofer for
lato San Francico apor.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE. OP
Pionpfle S Poultry Ruiicli
On WEDNESDAY, IIar. 0,
AT 12 0'OI.OOK NOON,
AT lUlY SALESROOM
I WILL BKI.L AT rilllLIC AUCTION
lly order ot Mr 1. Q. Cnmnrlnos,
, . .. .... n.
, Xflfi LeaS6 01 tlie Kllltll PlDC-
apple and Pg nitty Ranch.
Tho Property consists of 0 Acres, leased
(or 0 years nt un niiiuiul rental of $30
per ncro. , ,
I There are over 40,000 of tho llcst Vnrlo- i
ties of Pineapple l'liint, now Krowlnu. i
one-half of which will have matured fruit
In 4 or 6 months, and the Iwlmieo will fruit I
Insldo of the year. Tho fruit easily nvor
I uges 20c. each. There is quite a larno lot of
j Tarkeys, Ctiickens and Geese
I Valued now at from $0O to $750.
1 There is also a Fine Well with Windmill,
! Kte. Alw) lloubes, Jiancli Tools, llto.
KOr I'or further particulars, apply to
I Jaa B Morgan,
i ii7J.7t AUCTION IIF.U.
rplIK AN'Nir.VIi MKKTINH OF TUB,
I Htoukholieis of the Inti:ii Im.Nn
Stkim Nvimtion Co.. H.M.), will bo
held at tho Ollieo of tho Company, on j
TUKSDAY," March 10. IfcM, u 10 o'clock
a'.m. W. II. McMSVN,
consider: th'nk of
tho money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
'stores whose various attrac
tions are laid before you.
There i X, with tempta
tions in the form of a pretty
Fit rllltIA ! X' alk4in ai.l..n
oin , liiuiu in x , nucu will's
arc innumerable : mid Z. who
. . ,, J o '
says e IS the mail for your
And remember your pocket
STOP AND THINK!
Would it not be well to go
where for forty years
HONEST GOODS and
HONES l' PRICKS go hand
in hand. Beauty and dura
bility, instead of mere show
and display, from the virtue
of goods handled by us.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every -Department is tlie lun
damental law of oun house ;
to carry the best and newest
goods the markets of the
world afford is our constant
Among tho many new
things found on our counters
th's week, we wifeh to call
your especial attention to what
U generally known as TABLE
FKLT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
work. "Wo have an extra fine ,
line of this cloth in all colors.
DOWN, EIDERDOWN. '
To look at it is to buy it, J
soft as velvet, just the thing
for Capes or Children's Jack- j
ets. We havo it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
B. F. EIILERS & CO.
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUB.
rplIK ANNUAL MKKTINd OK THE
JL Ho.noi.ui.1' Ciuckkt (Ji.uii will takn
plHrii at thti Arllnutoii
V. H KITCAT
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Colitctor and Copyist.
Onico v, lilt C. I). Chase, Safo Deposit I'.ullil.
liiK, 'M Kort Street. Tultpii..iio ll.
tar- Tho Collection of nownment Hills
u s I'dalty. I27i-tf
JUST OPENED AT
INT. S. SACHS'
520 Fort St, - - Honol-ulij..
I ATEST NOVELTIES:
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings in similes of Tnn In nil siics.
Just tlie thing fur riding or for bhort
Xew Hnnd Bags, Xew Buckles,
New Jut Trimmin
Kg 3ST H3TA7"
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world is to
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berrits, from
which Hires' Koot Beer is curufully made, have
been the main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Koot Beer, and everybody
! 3213p l"t
K3? Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by tho Ciiaulhs E. Hikks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I eco your Hoot Ucor took tho prize at tho World' Fair.
Wo aro glad of it. It cortuinly desurves it, a it is tho bent
drink wo iiuvu over used. Makoaki.t S. Houston, f Linden St.,
Koohustor, N. Y., U. H. A."
"I havo used a great many bottles of your ltoot Beer the
hid live year, and havo given ti Biunplo of It to u great many
people A. W. Si-uiNKi.n, E. 7th St., Clmrlotto, N. C, U. S. A."
Ilounox Dituc Cojipaxy "Wholesale Druggists
lJEXSON', fcj.MlTll t5 UOMl'AXY
IIoLLiSTKit Dituo Company,
Lewis Ss Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FONT STREET, HONOLULU.
EJ3T Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are heauticH.
- viu;sh noons in
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed l'aintH, Oils and Varn'tshes, Uruslies, Carriage Whlpx,
rOK I'KBSKUVINO W00I).
Giant and Blasting
- AOKNTS I'OK
"V JStu C TJ "CT lL OILS,
Tho JJf st l.nhrlcaiitH Known to Commerce.
IDHrUUIUTIS'CI WAKKHOUSKS In KiiKland, Kraiico, Italy, Uenminy, Bcot
land, Walws, Ireland, (Jalu, Uhliia, Japan, Juva.Stndla and the principal cities of
the Uuiti'd Status. 1 ,
: - New Goods!
people. We have them In nil sizes.
New Silk Trimmings.
Net for Dresses !
Ii APES S
Ltd.. . .
. . . . G
Powder, Fuse and Cans.
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