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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 10. 1895.
I.OOA.L AND QKMKBAX. WEWB
NEW BUILDING AT HILO.
Football nt 3:30.
is for sale by J. A.
To Be Erectod by W. O. Irwin
Co. on a Prominent Corner.
Two Ghiueso gamblers woro
ed in last night.
Tho Supremo Court term
opon on Monday.
The Councils will meet at 7:30
o'clock on Monday evening.
Tho S. S. Australia will bo duo on
Monday from San Francisco.
Thorn is a cood bill of contents in
bo riantors' Mommy lor aiarcn
null-' W "-rwin & Co. opened tenders
v i to-day for a wooden building of
laru uuuuDBiuus ai uuu. iih giuuuu
area is 80x70 foot, and it will bo of
two stories. It will be on Front
and Waianuouue stroots tho sito of
tho storo long occupied by Mr.
Turner. There will bo throo storos
on Front, and one on Waianuenuo
streot. Tho stores will have plato
glass fronts. In tho second story
will be a large hall and a number of
offices. The plans wero prepared
h?vIe$wz vrrr1 ; nIr0aortitTuorfacLvL;
.M.O.A. at 11a.m. to-mor- oa Frout 8troot with fivo iudo
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H. J. Nollo of tho Beaver Saloon
will receive frosh frozen oysters on
tho S. S. Australia.
It is nrobablo that tho Honolulu
Cricket Club will establish grounds
in each division. The height of tho '
building will bo 87 feet. Tenders
for tho erection of this buildiug are
as follows: '
Dall 811,411 00
Trask 11,400 00
for itself at Kiug streot and Waiklki j Lucaa Bros. . '. . . '. 1L237 00
Wagoner 11,025 00
Vanoata 10,150 00
Liucolu 9,665 70
Martial law will be raisod on Mon
day. The Military Commission will
meet at 10 o'clock and adjourn sine
To morrow, Sunday, March 17,
will be St. Patrick's day, Kamoha
moha Ill.'a and J. A. Cuxnraius'
There was nothing dono in the
District Court to-uay. Jsix cases,
fivo of which wero fo
wero nol. pros.'d.
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth arrived at
Tahiti from Honolulu on January 0,
and after ton days' stay would leave I
for tho Marquesas group. i
Miss Kato Harris, who had boon i
a nurse at the Queen's Hospital and j
left horo the first of this year, diod j
in Ssu Francisco on February 21. I
H. M. Whitney is L'oinjr to isuo a
second edition of 'The Tourists'
Guide," the first edition of which
has had a largo sale for about soven
Nearly one hundred tax recoipts
aro in tno Deputy Aiarsuars omce,
ino taxes nave ueuu iimu, uui,
owners have not callo I for tho
Thoro is a disparity of .$1775.30
between tho highest and lowest ten
der?, which is not so great as has
boon seen in some cases horo. One
of Lucas Bros, on being asked if
they had got tho job "as usual," re
plied, reforring to tho list of bids in
Lis haud: "No; this time wo are
or gambling i ,Ke lU0 mau w,n? J" " m 0I n uai"
ol I loon wo aro not in it."
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New Goods! -:- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
1 SHOW YOUU C0L0R9.'
Tho Philadelphia and Honolulua
Will Play To-day.
LOOK BEFORE YOU
LEAP. When you go out
(shopping, consider; th'nk of
the money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
stores whose various attrac-
Williain EasMo, of Koalia, Kauai, '
was about town shakiug hands with '
his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eassio !
came over on tho Mikahala this
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iiuaiu i. Jjutvuu win iuau mu
havo croup ho iuvnriabl
L'lves them unaniui
Remedy and it always cures
Youuk Men's Christiau Association
meeting to-morrow evening at 6:30
o'clock. Topic: "How much may
wo expect from Godt"
Senior Captain Parker and his
traveling companion, Alick Nicho
las, returned from Kauai on the
steamor Mikahala this morning.
Tho captain enjoyed tho trip very
much, rough as it was.
Unitod Carriage Company's staud,
besides having superior hacks al-1
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur-1
nishos iiuo livery outfits at the short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Henry Jalhay, Colombia Cousul .
in Brussels, has favored tho Bulletin
with a pamphlet containing n dos-1
oriptiou'of tho monumont to Father
Damien, together with other matters i
relating iodine martyr oi AioioKai.
J. J. Williams has issued a photo
graph of tho "Framers of tho Con
stitution of the Republic of Ha
waii," with names iudicated in
print. Tbo likenesses are good, and
the picture is au interesting souvenir.
In the caso of E. K. Nahaolelua
ot al vs. Kaahu et al, bill for parti
tion of land, Judge Cooper filed a
decision to-day granting tho bill and
a commissioner will bo appointed to
partition tho land upon application
of plaintiffs. '
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jowolry mado up ueatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jowolry lino. H. G.
Biart, at O. Gortz's Btore, Fort streot,
is vour man. Ho was for ton years
the practical watohmakor for Wen
nor & Co.
Tho steamor Mikahala had a very
rough passage coming across tho
channel from Kauai last night. Sho
loft at 7:30 o'clock yostoriJay even
ing, and was fiftoou hours making
tho trip. Among lior passengorB
from tue Garden Isle aro W. H.
Rico and wife, G. N. Wilcox, A. S.
Wilcox, Aug. Droier and C. M.
Fell Eighty-seven Feot
A Japanese laborer on tho Waima
nalo plantation fell from a height of
eighty-seven feet at 9 o'clock yester-
Uay morning aim uwti a quarter oi ... , . , .
an hour later. Tho Jap was eugag- Fulladelpllia
oa m repairing tno mime wueu no
slipped and fell. Sheriff Pahia was
notified and ho rode over from Kano
ohe. After duo investigation he
camo to the conclusion that tho Jap
died from iujurios received from tho
I Rain or shine tho second gamo
. between tho Philadolphias and
I Uonolulus will tako plan) at 3 30
o'clock this afternoon on I lie Leaguo
baseball grounds. Tho roferee, uui-
i piro and lineman will bo chosen by
the teams before tho gamo com-
. monces. An admission fee of twoaty-
ffA nnnta to 1 11 Iia stiinrrvcwl A Itnilnr
1 game than tho last one is assured. J t'lOHS arc laid before you.
I Tho teams will lino ud as follows:
the I Philadelphias E. Hinchliffe, con- , There is X, With tompta-re-itor;
V. Whitley, right guard; J. tions in the form of a nrottv
Yato, lort guard; T. bharkey, right i Riinw . Ti1om :q y wiinHn w.,a
tackle; W. Arndt, left tacklo; O. , 6now J inc, V, X' Wtiose Wilts
Tkomiunn r.rUi wwl. D TTnniK luff 1V( 111111111101111)10 IlllH , WIIO
end; O. Diotz, quarter; Y. Honey,
right half; P. N. Olmstead, left half;
D. Reese, full back; J. Burko, T.
Hughes, W. Wardoll and C. J. Get-
INT. S. S-A.OHCS-
520 Fort St, - - Hoxxol-ulij..
I ,ATEST NOVELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Cbllilrun's Stockings In shailes ot Tan in all sizes.
Just tho thing for riding or (or short people. We have them In all sites.
Xew Hand Bags, Xew Buckles,
New Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world is to
Uonolulus J. Spencer, contor:
. Geo. Iiosa, right guard; Ed. Holt, '
left guard; Carlos Long, right
tackle; Goo. Angus, loft tacklo; An-,
! tono Ltwronce, right end; Chris, i
Holt, left eud; James Thompson,
quarter; P. Parker, right half;
Unas. Crane, left half; L. Singer,
I full; Sam Johnson, Vida Thrum,
Henry Hapai, Chas. Rice and the
Groenwell brothors, substitutes.
are innumerable ; and Z, who
says he is the man for your
money. PLEASE PAUS E 1
And remember your pocket
STOP AND TIirJSK!
Would it not be well to go
where for forty yiars
IIONEhT GOODS and
HONEST 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
In tho fall of 1893 a sou of Mr. T.
A. MoFarland, a prominent mer
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal.,
was taken witu a very Heavy coiu. , cy y Department is tho fim
Tho pains in his chest woro so severe . . , , '. ,
that ho had spasms aiid was throat-, damental law of OUK house ;
ened with pneumonia. His father ' to carry the best and newest
gavo him cevoral large doses of , frnn(iH flln mrL(.fa of the
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which ' g00 ino muPhcra or lilt
broko up tho cough and cured him. , WOl'ld afford IS Olll COllstuilt
Mr. Mcrarianu says wnonover nis aim.
Ho considers it tho best cough
remedy in tho market. For salo by
all dealors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islauds.
Among the many new
things found on our counters
th's week, wo wish to call
.your especial attention to what
i generally known asTABLE
DEQTSCHBR GOTTESDIBNST ; table fei7i though ,t is
continually used for fancy
1 work. Wo havo an extra fine
! line of this cloth in all colors.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft as velvet, just tho thing
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. Wc have it in bluo, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
In der Y. M. O. A. Hull
am Sonntag, don 17 Marz,
urn U Uhr Vormlttags
DUKINQ MV AUSENCE KHOM THE
Haw Una Inlands Bumucl J. I.tvoy
will act (or mo under full ixiwor ot nitor
tipv. LEWIb J. LEVr.Y.
Honolulu, March 10, lB'KV l'J-3t
Makiki Baseball Grounds
A Mutch (Ju mo Ixtwotm tho
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berries, from
which Hires' Root Beer is carefully made, have
been the main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
Kg Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado only
by tho Chables E. IIirks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I sco your Root llcor took tho prize at tho World's Fair.
Wo nro gliul of it. It certainly deserves it, an it is the best
drink wo luivo over used. Makoakkt S. Houston, ft Linden St.,
Rochester, N. Y U. 8. A."
"I havo used a grout many bottles of your Root Beer tho
liibt five yours, and havo givon u saniplo of it to n great ninny
people A. W. SrniNJan, E. 7th St., Charlotte, X. O., U. S. A."
Hoimox Drug Company Wholesale
Benson, Smith & Company ,...
hollister druo company, ltd. . . .
Lewis & Company
. . Grocers
looking at it.
B. F. EULERS & CO.
Put Him to tho Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
And see if it is not handled
To your entire satisfaction.
- You will easily recognize
At 15 Bethel Street.
In Blue and White.
Daily Bulletin GO centi per month.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
! &3" Are now making Frames for War Photographs
j at $1.25 and upwards. Theso aro beauties.
FllKSII GOODS IN
; Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
. Mixed Taints, Oils nml Vurulalies, ltruahos, Carriage Whips,
. Oartoolirie-uizri .-verLarixxs
1 FOH PUKSKUVINQ WOOD.
I Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps
- AQKNTB FOR TUB 0KI.K1IUA.TE1) -
! -v u&. a -cttt ifcvd: oils,
The Best Lubricants Known to Commerce.
JDiariUliUTINU WAHEHOUSUS In KiikIuimI, Franco, Italy. Clorniany, Soot
latul, Walt), Irul.intl. C'aba. Uhlua, Julian, Java, India ami the principal cltloa ot
the Uullcd States.