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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 19, 1895.
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LOO AX AND QXXXRAX (TOWS.
' Tho W. G. HaU. took two passon
gors for tho Volcalo this morning.
Prosidout Dolo proclaims tho right
of tho writ of liaboss corpus ro
storod. Tho rocoipt of a piece ot wedding
cnko from Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. Q. Sea
Taia was fined $100 Tn tho Dis
trict Court to-day for selling liquor
without a license.
Numerous complaints haro been
received from uptown stores auont
tho scarcity of water.
Tho Mannerchor Harmony will
give a social and danco at tho Scot
tish Thistle Club's hall on April 1,
tho birthday of tho Gorman Em
peror. By gonoral order No. 23 tho Com-maudor-iu-Chiof
coureys tho thanks
of himself and tho Government to
all who aided in suppressing tho
Captain Holme3 of tho American
ship Charmer has beou around tho
x Horn seventy times. He is inoro
than seventy years of agt, but still
halo and hearty.
Dr. R. G. Northrop, an ominont
educationist of Connecticut, will
lecturo boforo tho Teacheis Asso
ciation on Thursday evening. His
subject will bo, "Tho Memory and
How to Train It."
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attoution. All work
guaranteed to Iw the arui Hoop
Tho battalion from tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia came ashore at 8
o'clock this morning for drill. The
companies were hoaiitd by tho band
and marched to tho baseball grounds.
They returned to the boat landing
at 11:30 o'clock.
Tho leper outlaw of Kauai, Koo
lau, is living in the wilds of the
Gardon Isle, whore tho government
troops located him. He lives there
with his wife and child, and is sup
ported and supplied with food by
pooplo on the Island.
Mr. Travers, who has been in tho
employ of H. S. Tregloan & Son. re
ceived intelligence by tho a. a. Aus
tralia that ho had fallen heir to a
quartor of a million dollars. He
will leavo to-morrow for New York
to sottlo uphi affairs.
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewolry lino. H. G.
Biart, at 0. Gortz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonic Tomplo; thero you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest pricos; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
A Very Largo Audlenc Heard the
Music Last Night.
Tho great improvement iu the
baud of late caused au immense
audience to assemblo at Emma
Square last evening, and they wore
amply rewardedior their trouble, as
tho concert was excellent and somo
of tho numbers were abovo criti
cism. Tho solos by Messrs. Kreutor
and Barsotti, cornet and iluto, ro
Bpootivoly, woro literally applauded
and had to bo ropoated. Di Kontz
ki's "Awakening of tho Liou" was
also well reudorod by tho baud and
was heartily appreciated.
This afternoon tho band is play
iug at tho funeral of ox-Qovornor
Kanoa, at Kawaiabao cemotory.
Tho concert nt tho Hotol this
oveniug, givou as a complimout to
tho outgoing passengers on the Aus
tralia to-morrow, is reploto with
cood numbers, amonc tnom beinc
solos by Kreuter (cornet). Brandt I
(emphonium), and Koogh (clarionet). I
Selections from "A Gaioty Girl" will i
also bo played, aud those who havo
not hoard that company sing will at
least havo tho pleasure, of listening
to choice selections from tho popu
lar comia opera.
Took o Fair of Shoes.
There was great oxcitemont on
Bethel and Hotol streots this after
noou. Tho principals iu tho melee
woro a party of four Ohinamou and
an equal numbor of bluejackots from
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia. It appoars
that one of tho bluojackots, a baso
ball playor. pickod up a pair of rub
l)or shoes m Sing Loy's store on
King street aud put thorn undor his
tackot. He started down tho stroot,
mt was pursued and caught at tho
coruor of Hotel and Fort streets.
Tho man gave up tho shoos aud was
allowed to go.
Honolulu Teachers' Association,
Under the Ausptcos of tho nboro
Dr. R. G. Northrop,
"The Memory, and
How to Train It,
Wl 1 lie g'von In the
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Thursday Evening, March 21st,
A."!1 7:30 O'CLOCK.
.Admission., : 25ots
you Insure It Is well to do so In oom
prnles whose repuUtlons have built
upon strong foundations.
Companies represented by John M.
DowiiETT (successor to the loto O. O.
ltorgor) have stood all the tests ne
cessary to convince any one that
their capital Is ample and the prin
ciples upon which they are governed,
are paid promptly and without un
necessary delajs. Tho assots of a
company is tho best proof ot its so
lidity and ability to pay lows. The
list Riven will satisfy oven "The One
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. 6. Branch.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. S. Brunch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
,22?" Policies for oithor Lifo,
Firo or Marino Insuranco issued
in any of tho abovo named Com
panies at tho lowefrt ratos and on
any of tho nnmorous plans ad
vertised. Your patronage is so
licited. JOHN M, DOWSETT,
llXXMin Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETINO OK THE
Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Btram Naviuation Company, Id, held
this day, the following Olllcera and Direc
tors were elected for the emulng year;
W. li. Godfrey I'rusidcnt,
J. Ena Vlce-rresldont,
W. H. MoLean Secretary,
J. L. MoLoau Treasurer,
T.W. Hobron Auditor.
V. U. Oodfroy, J. Kim, O. N. Wilcox, W. 0.
Smith. K. A. Hi-haefer, A. 8.
Wilcox, E. Suhr.
W. H. Mi'LEAN,
Pocretary 1. 1. 8. N. Co., I,'d.
Honolulu, H. I.. March 19, lbOo.
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LOOK BEFOKE YOU
LEAP. When you go out
shopping, consider; think of
the money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
stores whoso various attrac
tions aro laid beforo you.
Thero is X, with tempta
tions in the form of a pretty
show ; there is Y, whose wiles
arc innumerable ; and Z, who
says lie is the man for your
money. PLEASE PAUSE 1
And remember your pocket
STOP AND TIILNK!
"Would it not be well to go
where for forty years
HONEST 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
every Department is tho ftm
damental law of ouk house ;
to carry the best and newest
goods tho markets of the
world afford is our constant
Among the many new
things found on our counters
th's week, wo wish to call
your especial attention to what
i generally known as TABLE
FKLT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
work. "Vo havo an extr"a fine
line of this cloth in all colors.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft as velvet, just tho thing
tor Capes or Lluldrcn's Jack
ets. "Wo havo it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
B. F. EIILERS & CO.
Put Him to tho Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
And seo if it is not handled
To your entiro satisfaction.
You will easily recognize
At 15 Bethel Street.
In Blue and White.
Daily Bulletin 60 cents per month,
Per S. S.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
New Spring Dress Materials
IsTe-w Wliite Goods
CHOICE SPRING MILLINERY
Which will bo Open in n Pew Days.
:n. S. SACHS7
52Q Fort St, - - BEonol-ul-uL.
"Which you will experience very often during
this season tho 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 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 everybodt,
In the Family.
J3g Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, .
U. S. A.
"I boo your Root Hour took tho prizo ul tho World's Fair.
Wo aro glad of it. It certainly dusorves it, uh it iu tho best
drink wo havo ever used. Makoakkt S. Houston, 5 Linden St.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A."
"I havo used a great many bottles of your Root Bcor tho
lust livo years, aud havo givon a gnmplo of it to a great muny
jiooiilu. A. W. Si'Iiisklb, E. 7th St., Charlotte, N. C, U. S. A."
Iloimox Drug Company "Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company " "
Hollisteh Ditua Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET HONOLULU.
j" Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
r l-'HKSH aOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed l'ulnts, Oils and Varnishes, llrushos, CarrlaRO Whips,
FOR PRESERVING WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuho and Cap's.
- AOENTH KOR THE CELEBRATED -
v -A-o xt "cr 3 oils,
Tho Rest Lubricants Known to Commerce,
IDIdrUIUUTINQ WAREHOUSES In Knisland, Franco, Italy, Germany, Scot
land, Walps, lroluml, Uub.i, China, Japan, Java, India and the principal citlos ol
the Unltod Status.
"jk. - ustra.lia,."