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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL (3, 1895.
LOOAX KSU aKNEB&L HKWH,
Mr. rtutlug of F. A. Sohaefer &
Co. is ill.
Tho cricket soason will open next
Ohmnti, n unlive woman, was com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum yes
terday. S. L. KoUumano died at South
Koua, Hawaii, on April 3, at 33 years
The Ohinew who oamo by tho S. S.
Peru wore released from quarantine I
The Advertiser "mako-up" swap- ,
ped hoads on baseball and boating
J. H. Hare is going to issue his '
Shipping Guide every moruiug ex
Tho UMial French dinner aud a
dance will bo given at the Hawaiian
Tho lato A. L Polersou's body
will arrive by tho S. S. Australia on
Monday for interment.
Tho iuneral of J. H. Guy takes
place at 3 o'clock from Mr. Fatter
sou's house, Hotel street.
A high level reservoir is to bo con
structed on Punchbowl in connec
tion with tho pumping plant.
Thoro will bo tho usual tennis
praclico on tho now court, Richards
and King streets, this aftornoou.
Mr. Rose, agnnt of tho Mutual
Life Insurance Co., has paid $22,371
on tho life of the lato Charles L.
Divino service in German appro
priate to Palm Sunday will bo held
In Y. W. 0. A. hall at 11 o'clock to
morrow. The St. Louis College boys do
feated tho Alohas in abasoballganio
at tho Leaguo.grouuds by a score of
22 to 7.
Tho Methodist congregation has
$7000 deposited in bank to buy a
building lot, on which a stone church
will be erocted to cost $20,000 or
Tho Athletic and Philadelphia
baseball teams will play at tho
League greunds at 3 o'clock this
J. M. Chase will lead tho Y. M. C.
A. praise service to-morrow evening
at 0:30 o'clock. Topic, "Tho cost of
Marshal Hitchcock has boon heard
from. Ho is at Hilo and is enjoying
tho but of health. Ho will bo back
to his duties shortly.
The Government baud plays nt
Emma Squaro this afternoon. Tho
concert at Thomas Squaro yoslorday
evening was over early.
Mrs. Frear's reading club of Puna
hou gave tableaux before friends of
tho school yesterday, illustrating
tho story of the Trojan war.
In tho District Court this morn
ing ten Chinamen worn finptl $10
each for gtmbling, and thirty-two
other? were given their liberty.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
J. M. Traoy has bought fire of tho
lots on Pemwola street advertised
in tho Bulletin by the Hawaiian
Safe Deposit and Investment Com
pauy. Kamoto, a Japanese, .was given
ten days on the roof for disorderly
conduct i by Judpo Perry today.
Kamoto belongs to the ''sidewalk
Ollicors Holi and Lokana, who
wore wounded in tho conflict atBer
tolmaun'a houae, aro at Hilo, Hawaii.
Lokana has fully recovered his
health, but Holi is still ailing.
Tho nativo polico had drill under
command of Senior Captain- Parker
this morning. The mon will havo a
public drill somo time durfng tho
coming weok with rifles.
Mrs. Conn read a paper before the
Womau's Board of Missions on tho
life of hor mother, Mrs. Bingham,
bug aud Mr. Bingham being the first
missionaries to land in these islands.
This aftornoon the U. S, cruisor
Philadelphia is open to the public,
the ship's boats boing placed at
their disposal. It is, the desiro of
the officers that tho natives avail
thomsolvoa of the opportunity.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
niBties fine livery outfits at the short
est notico good horsos and pice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
There was a crowd estimated at
2000 or 8000 at tho concort by tho I
National Band at tho Hawaiian Ho-1
tol last night. The "Diamond
Head" march by Prof. Liboruio was
loudly applauded. Tho singing was
O. It. Harrison, practical piano j
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
ulsh best factory references. Orders '
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work '
guaranteed to he the nam, a iion i
In fnclorv. i
Mrs. James Gay's funeral takes
place from Samuel Parker's house,
.King street, at 4 o'clock. Notice
was recoivod of the chaugo of hour
from 3 oVloek too lato for correc-
tion in tho report of Mrs. Gay's
death on another page.
ICamuku, a member of tho Hawai
ian hula troupe stranded in Germa
ny, has returned as a sailor on the (
steamer Braunfels, aud will probably
remain on board for the whole round
voyage. Ho took to himsolf a Gor-'
man wife while abroad.
If you want your watch repaired. ,
If you want jewelry made up ueatly. !
If you want souvenir spoons, or any- '
thing in tho jowelry lino. H. G.
Biart, at O. Gertz's store, Fort street, '
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmakor for Wen-,
nor & Co. j
"Romiuisoeucos of Compauy A, N. t
G. II., Rebellion of January, lH'Jo," ,
has been received with tho compli-1
mouts of tho author, Corporal J. L. i
Carter of that company. It con
tains a roster of the company and a I
story of its doings throughout tho
A Chinaman was pulled in yester
day afternoon for cruelty to animals.
He was driving a big lumbering
wagon attached to a broken-down
horse. Tho belly of tho animal was
chafed by tbo band. In th'o District
Court to-day tho man ploadod guilty
and was fined $5.
Thoro will be a groat feast of
vocal and instrumental niusio at tho
drill shed this evening. The Kawai
ahao seminarians caunot bo sur
passed for choruses, and Professor
Boraer will lead them as well as his
fine orchestra. Proceeds will be for
the benefit of tho school.
If you want to buy a really good i
viuua wi naivu ou vuaab lmiuiid iu-
spocttho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonic Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at. the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold ou weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
Artistic Penmanship Shown in J. J.
Viggo Jacobson, tho pen artist,
has executed the memorial address
of the American Loaguo touching
tho doath of Charles Lunt Carter.
It is framed to bo hung in tho hall
of the League, but is ou exhibition I
for a short time in tho window of I
J. J. Fgan's store, Fort street. Tho
work is very artistic, tho following
boing a description of its details: I
At the top aro two allegorical
figures representing Grief and hold
ing up garlands of palm leaves sur- j
mounting the words "In Memo-
nam." Thereafter tho full name of
the deceased in gothio characters
standing out in relief upon a monu
mental tablet, which is encircled by
a laurel wreath. Theu follow the
Preamble and Resolution, in Tudor
Black aud bold Old English Text.
The lottering gives ovidouco of muuh
patient labor, especially noticeablo
boing a largo initial "It" of ancient
and beautiful design. At tho foot
is tbo Loague's medallion, and tho
document is signed: "On behalf of
tbo American League," by tho Pre
sident, T. B. Murray; and tho Secre
tary, Theo. P. Severin. An appro
priate ornamental border in black
and gray burrouucU tho whole draw
ing, which is eucased in a superb
oxydizod silver frame mado by tho
Pacifio Hardware Co.
A ropy on a smallor scale will bo
presented to Mrs. Carter.
For Rheumatic SufTerors.
Sequah will have tho National
baud present at his leoturo for suf
ferers with rheumatism this ovoning
at 7:30. Thoro will be a lecture also
at 3 o'clock, tho pluco being tho old
Armory. The dootor promises won
dorful results to those who consult
him ou their achos and paugs.'
tn dcr Y. 51. (J. A. Hall
am Palmsonntag, don 7 April,
um 11 Uhr Vormittags.
from U. 8. A., wishes to tluU a home
with u private- family. Nuuauu Valley
preferred. Keferences. Address "W. M.,"
this Olllco. 1300-31
TOTCPAPPn la kopt on file at K. O.
IIIIO riiriill HAKE'S AdvertUlne
Aganey, Gt and 05 Merchant's Exchange,
Han Franclfco, California, where contracts
for advertising can be made for It.
Every once in a while wo
have something that we feel
like making a nw on; not be
cause wo are overstocked, but
because we roeWnize cood
value in the goods for the
WHITE AND OKBMB
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WIUTK AND CRBME
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
We find it pays us to often
let Mich goods go for less
than the market price; it
brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This webk and until East r
wo aro going to offer
WIUTK AND GKEME
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WIUTK AND CItEME
COTTON DltESS GOODS,
at 15 cents a yard.
Wo have always sold this
same lino of goods at 25 cents
a yard. We know of nothing
that will make up prettier for
Easter and are satisfied that
if you will only look at somo
of tho patterns, you will ap
preciate our offer.
New goods and good goods.
B. P. ED.LERS & CO.
rpHE SMALL COTTAGE
JL ou the ptomlscs leaded
to mo at Kawaluhao; also
the Leato of suld nreiulses.
To anyone buvlnu the Cottauo I will alvo
up the lease of tho mala building free for
tlireo months. The Cottnuo rotitulns one
room VixVi feet, another one UxU feet, and
a veranda 7x21 feet, Iron roof and strong
foundation. Apply on the premises.
ISOMni M. OOTO, M. 1).
DUUINO MY TEMPOllAUY All
oenco from these Islands, Mr. K. I.
Hpaldlni; will act under full power of at
torney for the Hank of Claim Bpreclcels it
Co. WM. U. 1UWIN.
Honolulu, April I, Ibltf. 13Wiv
DUlllNU MY AHSlINOi: KItOM T11K
Hawaiian Islands, Mr Walter M.
Uillaul will act for mo In all matters ot
Inislnusi, under lull poner of attornoy
WM. 0 1UWIK.
Honolulu, April 1, 1805. 1 30(2 n
Dai hi Bulletin GO cent per wimth.
JKSS DIRECT IMPORTATION 5
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
varela. 2-1:3., SStta. and. 2Sth.
ISJ . 3. E5 A. GMriE 3
520 Dort St, - - Honoliilu,
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great temperance beverage is pre
eminently a home requisite for home making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better.
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of youth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
US Ono Package makes 5 Gallons of a
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
KS? Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by tho Ciiakles E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I Had a groat relief in drinking your lloot JJcor, an I li.tvo
b'con troubled with dymiormiu, und should feel very sorry if I
could not kcop tnyfcolf supitliod with it. I drink it whun it Is
fermented. It. F. Fcorr, 2511) Meredith 8t., Philadelphia, Ta,,
U. S. A." '
"I liavo need your Root Hcor for over a your, and 1 11 ml it
not only a heulthtul bovorngu, hut it utimulutcH the atonmch, I
tide eo much of it tint I buy it by tho dozen nt u time Jno. 0.
Lestkii, Primary School, No. I), 9'Jth St. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y.
City, U. 8. A."
Ilonuox Dnua Company Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith &' Company " "
(lOLLIBTEU DllUO COMPANY, LTD. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Kj Aro now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
FBKSII 0001)8 IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes, llru&hes, Carriage Whips,
FOR IMIKSKUVINQ WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Cups.
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