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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 21, 1895.
X.OOAX AND rtKNKKAL WBW8.
There is n single cottage to lot at
39 Kiuau streot.
XO WED A TITLK
A Chicago Lady Will Marry rt No
. i blemau of England. i
pril 20 is ,r , . I
Washington, March 3. Socioly '
' horn was trontod to a Runnalinu to-
Stewart the plumber has some-' day by tho announcement of the on-,
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A Marshal's sale for
thing now to say iu this issue,
Joaquin Miller the poet left tho ;
islands for his California home yes-1
Thoro will by a meeting of tho
Young Hawaiians' Iustitulo this
George do la Vorgno hasbeou act
ing as prosecuting officer in the Dis
The men of the U. S. S. Philadel
phia had boat drill iu tho harbor
L. J. Levey held a very successful
sale of ferns to-day. The salo was
Hon. S. M. Damon, who left by
tho S. S. Australia yoaterdaj', will
likely return by tho mimo steamer.
V. 0. I'aotow is the head ma&torof
Iolaui College iu place of John
Bush, who has gouo to Kauai to
Claims against the S. S. Independ
ent must be proseuted at tho olllco
of T. H. Davies & Co. in triplicate
bofore Friday next.
Tho Punahous and Houolulus aro
in training for their football game
to take place a week from Saturday
on the League grounds.
Remember tho lecture by Dr. R.
G. Northrop at tho Y. M. C. A. hall
this evening. It will undoubtedly
bo a treat. Seo advortisomout.
Jieciiauics none, cornor notoi hor overy ,noVemont is grace itself,
and Nuuanu streets, lodgiug by day, , Sho is tbo ,no8t iutimnto of all Mrs.
ween or montu. lorms: z: anu uu
cents per nipht; SI and $l.'2si per
Funeral services will be held over
the body of tho lato Mrs. Charles
Maguiro at tho residence of Samuel
Parker at 10 o'clock to-morrow
gagomeut of Miss Leiler, tho eldest
(laughter of L. Z. Leiler of Chicago,
who has au income oi a cold million
yearly, and George Curzon, tho i
oldest sou of Lord Scarsdalo of Eng
lano. Miss Loitor has long beeu a reign
ing bolle at the capital, owing that
favor as much to hor beauty and '
graco of manner as to the high posi
tion which her father's wealth en
abled her to move iu. This morning
sho sent notoa by special messenger '
i to tho nearest frionds of tho family
, announcing tho pleasant uows and, !
of course, was soon surrounded by
frionds, who camo to sham hor new
happiness aud tender their cougra
I Tho latter were sincere enough
when it was learned that tho fortu-1
uate mau was none other than a ;
brilliant momber of Parliament.
Not only that, but with a fluo old j
' title iu prospect Miss Loiter will
1 doubtless be quitoa as important a
I member of society in Great Britain
as if sho were crowned by a dozen '
1 corouots at tho start.
I Iu addition to his political attain-'
' monts Mr. Curzon has beeu Under i
1 Secretary iu tho Indian Foreign '
Office, aud has reached considerable
famo as a traveler and explorer. He
I has written sovoral books on Coroa, i
Japan aud Persia, aud has just re-'
turnod from an exploring trip of
several months in tho heart of
Africa. Ho is young man, about 35.
Miss Loiter is a tall, slendor bru-,
notte, with Ianro brown eyos, which I
aro coucealod by long lashoSj and
rlnntlntul' frtufifla nfiwimr Itin rua!- I
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uont people, one is n momuer oi ,
here and is
?rtf i 0'
Per S. S. LA.-ustra.lia.."
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
.A New Spring Dress Materials
IsTe'w "Wliite Q-oocLs
CHOICE SPRING MILLINERY
Which will be Open in n Few Days.
yon Insure it is well to do to In erm
in'tilcs whose reputations have built
upjti strong foundations.
tho Shakespearo class
devotod to study and travel.
Humor had it at ouo time that '
Miss Loiter was to marry William
C. Whitney, but there was never 1
any truth in the story. Tho Loiters '
occupy herea tnaguificout colonial ,
mausion, finished a year since, aud I
there ther disnonso urincolv Iiosd'i- I
i tality. Miss Loiter has two younger 1
1 sisters, the oldor ono just in society, '
1 aud who does not share tho beauty j
iiuinritm Mioiin ti. mr. ..in.o.o of hor sister. I no third unuchtor.
one for inside aud the other for out-1 wh ia, f,1.'11 a, 8cho1 Birl wjU 1U .?
side work-. It is a cold wator paint ! probability, bo oven more boautiful
nnl(l w V. ft. Trwin .fc Cn.. T.1.. wlm . than the briclo-olect
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Mr. aud Mrs. Willis will hold
monthly instead of weekly recep
tions at tho United States Legation
hereafter, tho day biug tho first
Thursday of tho mouth.
Companies represented by John M. I
Dowuktt (successor to III late 0. U.
HurcoM linvo Mood nil tho tests nc-
cesnry to convince any ono tbat '
their capital Ih ample and the prln.
clples upon which they are govcrucd,
JNf. . S. SACHS'
5SO iTort St , - - Honolulu,
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world in to
L0SSES i Hires' Root Beer.
give some fresh particulars about
tho articln in this issue.
Tho S. S. Australia loft for San'
Francisco at 1 o'clock yesterday'
afternoon. Tho Goverumont baud
was at tho wharf to speed tho good
ship. On her noxt arrival tho Aus
tralia will be in port uvo days.
United Carriago Company's staud,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nisuos fiuo livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horsos and uico car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Marshal Hitchcock was given a
complimentary banquet at the Ar
lington Hotel last night. His enter
tainers woro chielly tho police station
watch of ollioinls and citizens during
the suppression of tho rebellion.
Tho following named persons havo
taken tho oath to the Constitution:
J. C. Sedgwick, Ghas. H. Sawyer, R.
L. Childs, L. D. Kavenhill, Goorgo
Mumby, Canadian; J. Jacobsou,
Fiulander; Chas. E. King, Hawaiian.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuuer, can fur
nish best factory references. OrderF
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attrition. All work
guaranteed to lm Iih saniH k lnnn
David Dayton has let nine or ton
houses since ho put a uotico iu this
papbr a few days ago. Ho lias many
applications for small cottages. Tho
furnished houso at Waikiki is still
to lot, aud would make ouo of tho
uost seaside resiuoncos to ue Had.
If you waiit j-our watch ropaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or auv
tlnug iu tho jewelry liuo. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Won
nor & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwiu have
boon made honorary mombnrs of the
Facifio Tenuis Club. Mr. Irwin had
given the club tho lot on which it is
making a handsome court. C. II. 11
Norton and D. Howard Hitchcock
havo been added to tho list of char
If you waut to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown k Kuboy,
at No.-l. Masouio Temple; thoro you
will fiutl tho largost variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watchos sold ou weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Tho wedding will doubtless bo a
gorgoous auair ana will certainly
toko place in Washington, nlthounli
no date has boon sot. It is generally
thought, however, it will bo ono of
tho great alTairs of Easter week,
which will ouablo the young couplo
to havo n nice honoymoon bofore
tho season begins in Loudon. Tho
family expocts to go abroad for tho
summer as usual.
AM. CLAIMS AGAINST THK 8. 8.
"Independent" must be presented In
triplicate at the oltfcu ot tho undersigned
on or tefore FRIDAY, the '-"-M Inst., other
wlso they will not be allowed.
THKO. 11. DAVIKS & CO., I.'t.
Honolulu Teachers' Association.
are nnld iirotnntty and without nn
neccs'ury lolnn. The assets of n
company is tho best proof o! Its so
lldltv and ability to tmv loFei. The
hat Klven will Mitlsfy even ''The One
Under the Auspices of tho above
Dr. R. G. Northrop,
"The Memory, and
How to Train It,"
Will be glvou In the
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
This Evening, March 21st,
A.11 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Admission, : 25cts
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. S. Branch.
Hartford Fiie Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. 8. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
"USS Policies for eilhor Lift),
Firo or Murine Iiisuranco issued
in any of tlio nbnvo named Com
panies at tho lowest rat os and on
any of tlio numerous plans al
vortisotl. Your patronage is so
licited. JOHN M. DOWSETT,
lSUO-liu Merchant Strcft, Honolulu.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berries, from
which Hires' Hoot 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.
KS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by tho Ciiaklks E. Hirks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I eco your Root Boor took tlio prize ut tho World' Fair.
Wo aro i;liul of it. It cortaiuly (Icsorvcs it, ns it is tho host
drink wo Imvo over need. MAiiflAiiKr S. Houston, f Linilou St.,
Kochudter, N. Y., U. S. A."
"I havo used a great many bottled of your Root Boer tho
ltibl live yours, iuul luivo x'lvvn u mmiplu of it to n grout ninny
jiooiilo. A. W. SruiNKLK, K. 7th St., Ohurlottc, N. C, U. S. A."
Two and EJalf Xtiles
Fowler's Patent Portable Track
JO INCH GAUGE.
Just arrived per Hark "11. V. Glado"
Iu ciimntitlca to suit.
IIoiikox Druo Company "Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company " '
Hollibtku Drug Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lkwis & Company Grocers
The Old Reliable!
215 Montgomery U, KxtemllitK Irom
i'lnu to 1HiIi Sta., ban l'rnu-
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
83? Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
KUKSH GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
I TT O C IT nnp MUcd l'alots, Oils nml Varnishes, llruslies, Carriage Whips,
h U o o II U U b Mi Oarlooline-ujm. Avenarius
rOU I'KESKUVINU WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
- AQKNTB FOR TUB 0KLKIJRATE1) -
T7" -A- O "CT "CT IC. OILS,
Tlio Uf at l.uhrlcanta Known to Commerce.
DldritHSUriNU WAREIIOUSKS In K iKlanil, Franco. Italy, Geruiany, Scot
land, Wals. Ireland, lUtiua, China, Japan, Java, India und tlio principal cities oi
the Unitt'il Status.)
pUSlNKSS CENTRK OF TJIR CITY,
O couveulput to nil Hanks. Insurance
ulll "hf mid I'laces of Amusemfiit Con
tainlm: 'X) Kooms. J. S. Yol'.vi, Proprie
tor. 'IKIOHt l.0O, fiO') and '..W per
day. 1'hu Coach to and from Hotel.
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