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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 27, 1895.
X.OOA& A1TO OXNKBAX. NXWB.
"High Jiuks" nt the Armory this '
Tho walls of tho Y. M. 0. A. uyau I
uasium aro up one story. i
Goorgo Mclntyro will not pay bills
contracted without his written order, i
Protestor Northrop'a lecturo is
postponed from Thursday to Friday
Tho Hawaiian National band will
not play at tho mass meeting on
During tho p.nt week, Kona has
been favored with light showors of
rain in tho afternoons.
died down last uight, bmng succeod
FINED FIFTY DOLLARS.
od by intermittent dnz.liug showers.
11. Ko, It. V. .Tellings, C. II. Bel
liua and V. H. Dillingham, Amen
can. have taken tho oath to tho no
public. Tho annual mooting of the Kapio-'
laui Park Association will b held at ,
tho offlee of W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd,
at 10 a. m. of Monday. !
Tho frame of Mr. Morgan's house
opposite Emma Squaro is erected.
Its outlines indicate that it will bo
an ornament to tho locality.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuanu streots, lodging by day,
week or month. Torms: 2f and 60
cents per night; .ft and $1.25 per
Squad 8, Citizen's Guard, will hold
thoin meeting on Monday oveuing
next at tho O. It. & L. Co.'s depot,
instead of Friday evening as an
nounced. The members of the Hawaiian Na
tional baud will go to Chicago undor
tho management of Mr. Wagoner,
providing $60 a month aud fouud
Dr. Lindley has disposed of his
coffee plantation at Koahuolu, North
Kona, to the coffeo company oper
ating at the adjoiinng land aud man
aged by Mr. Bartow.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes Gno livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ niakr and tuner, can fur
nish beat factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian Newn Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
f;uaraittetui to h tn arriH lone
n facto rv
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jowolry mado up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jowolry lino. H. G.
Biart, at O. Gertz's store, Fortatreet,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for mm
nor & Co.
Penalty for Besanting a Policeman's
F. J. Testa was fined 50 in tho !
District Court this morning for as
sault aud battery on Henry Espinda, '
polico officer, on Friday, March 22, I
at tho departuro of tho steamor Ki- i
nau with political prisoners for Ha
waii. , '
Tho witnesses for tho prosecution
in addition to tho complainant wore
Sonior Captain Farkor, Captain Ka
il ao, Special Hammer, J. L. Osmer '
and J. A. Kounedy. Tho witnesses
with tho exception of throo testified '
that they saw defendant strike the
officer on tho breast. Captains Far
kor and Kanao had not seen any
blows passed. Testa had arrived on '
Iho wharf but a few minutes when
tho officer requested him to Btop ,
back of tho lino in order to allow
1 passageway for tho prisoners. The :
complainant claimud that Testa
would not comply, when ho gave
, him a shove. Testa turned round
aud struck tho officer on tho breast.
I Senior Captain Farkor testified
, that when ho spoke to Testa to keep
his mouth shut tho latter replied
I gruffly that ho would uot close his
I mouth for him or anybody olso liko
' Deputy Marshal Brown oxhibitod
I a book in which was recorded tho
1 appointmout of tho complainant to
bo a polico officor on Nov. 1, 1893.
I The defensoput on D. B. Smith,
who testified that ho was present
and saw tho trouble between Espin
da aud Testa. Ho heard tho officor
request Testa to movo back and the
defendant did so, but owing to his
bulky proportions thoro may have
beon part of his body outsido the
lino. The officer pushed dofendant,
who swung round, his olbow coming
in contact with tho officer's breast.
F. J. Testa's evidence was materi
ally as follows: Ho wont down to
tho wharf with J. K. Kaulia. Ho
met Mrs. Nawahi, who stopped him
aud paid for hor subscription to the
Makaainana, of which defendant
was treasurer. Complainant request
ed defendant to move back' of tho
line, and no did so. The olhcer gave
him another push and tho defendant
resented it with a jab. Kaulia testi
fied to tho same effect as tho dofond-ant.
The Manuerchor Harmony's social
and dance will tako placo in tho
Scottish Thistle Club's hall on Mou
day evouing next at 8 ('clock. That
date will bo the eightieth birthday
of the late Emperor illiam, and
will be celobrated in a fitting manner
by citizens of Germany.
Mr. Lovoy will hold another sale
of furniture and merchandise at 10
o'clock to-morrow. The furniture
at these sales is conveniently ar
ranged in sets, so that bidders can
soo it to the best advantage. A large
lot of dry goods will be sold, as will
bo soon elsewhere, affording lots of
bargaius to tho ladies.
LEFT THE TAP OPEN.
LOOK BKFOHE YOU
LEAP. When you go out
chopping, consider; th'nk of
the money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
btoreB whose various attrac
tions aro laid before you.
There is X, with tempta
tions in the form of a pretty
show ; there is Y, whose wiles
are innumerable j and Z, who
says he is the man for your
money. PLEASE PAUSE!
And remember your pocket
STOP AND THINK!
Would it not bo well to go
where for forty years
IIOKEST GOODS and
HONES I PRICKS go hand
in hand. Keauty and dura
bility, instead of mere show
and display, from the virtue
of gooda handled by us.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every Deportment is tho fun
damental law of oun house ;
to carry tho best and newt st
goods tho markets of the
world afford is our constant
Among the many new
things found on our counters
th'S week, we wish to call
your especial attention to what
is generally known as TABLE
FKLT, TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
A Monster Magnet. ( W01'k. Wo liaVO ail CXtnt fillO
Tho biggest magnet in the world ! lino of this cloth ill all colors,
has boon mado recently at Willott's EIDERDOWN, EIDER
Foiut, Long Islaud Sound, by Lieut. nniVN" TiHDTCRnO WW
Col. 11. W. King, by wrapping a tor- UX1W,JN V, . , U .,
podo cable about a fifteou-inclillnd-j To look at it IS to buy it,
man gun. . It lifts 23,D00 pounds of ' fi0ft as velvet, ilist the thillff
Macfarlatio'a Liquor Store Deluged
A Fortugueso in tho employ of
Maofarlane & Co. on Kaahumauu
streot turned tho lap on iu the up
per portion of tho store and wont
home, forgetting to turn it off.
When tho store was oponod this
morning tho storo was flooded,
papers, books and tho sample liquor
stand boing dronched. A portion
of tho plaster ceiling, soaked with
water, had fallon. Tho oraployoos
have boon ongaged all day drying
up tho placo. Tho damago will not
bo much pecuniarily, but it is fearod
that t ho coiling will give way. This
is tho third timo tho samo storo has
Our Biggest Statuos.
Tho largest statue in tho world,
barring Libert), is tho brouzo effigy
of William Ponu, on top of tho city
hall, Philadelphia. It i thirty-,
seven foot high aud weighs 00,000
I Fine Millinery
KS- DIRECT IMPORTATION -Sl
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
3fcCarc3a. 233., CStls. and. SStla..
INT. S. SACHS
520 Fort St, -
Ladies are Cordially limited to Attend.
ONE DAY ONLY
REMEMBER THE DATE
SATURDAY. March 23d
"Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world in to
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, hut 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 al
Everybody everywhere is better for every
Bwallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
i3f Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado only
by the Ciiaiilys B. Hikks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I Bcoyour Hoot Beer took tho prlzo ut tho Worlrt'n Fiir.
Wo uro gliul of it. It cortuinly rivaorvi's it, hh it id tho bctrt
drink wo luivo over uwl. MAito.utKr S. Houston, F Linden St.,
Kochestcr, N. Y., U. S. A."
"I lmvo used a grout many bottles of your Koot Deer tho
last live yearn, and lmvo given a Hiunplu of it to a great many
people A. W. Bwiixklk, E. 7lh St., Chariotto, N. O., U. S. A."
Company "Wholesale Druergista
Benson, Smith & Company
IIoLLiSTEi: Dnuo Company, Ltd. . . .
Lewis & Company
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. "We have it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
B. P. BIILBRS & CO.
514 Fort Street.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmeros, Serges,
White Linens, Etc
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
-16 Nuuauu Streot.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOItT STREET, HONOLULU.
f& Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. Thcso aro beauties.
FllESII GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed 1'aintn, Oils and Varnishes, Itrushcs, Cnrrlnu Wlilps,
YQl l'KKSKKVINQ WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuso and Caps.
- AGENTS F0H THE UKLEI1KA.TED -
The Ik'st l.uhrlcanta Known to Commerce.
IDLSrUUlUTISajWAItEHOUSES In England, Franco, Italy, Germany, Snot
Und. Wale, Ireland,, UciIm, Uhlnn, Japan, Java. India unci the principal citliu of
the United btatus.J