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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 8, 1895.
LOU At. AND rtKNKBAL MKWtf.
A pound notice appears elsewhere.
W. H. Charlock the minstrel has
returuoll to Honolulu.
Thero will bo a boating party in
the harbor this evening.
Tho body ofThelatoX I Potor
Eon was brought to Honolulu ou tho
Harry Woolen of the cyolory has
rolurucd from a business visit to
Tho April uumbcrof tho Anglican
Church Chronicle is crowded with
.Mr. Haw 09, British Commissioner,
has bought J. Carty's haudsomo
npan of gray horse?.
Eleven nmv native preachers have
beon llecnsod out of the North Paci
fic Missionary Institute.
Fatlior Matthias of Wailuku is
very ill, and Father Leouor.has been
summoned to his bedside.
Mr. and Mr. Sfrimpor and Miss
Katie Soriinu;or of Oakland, Cal., ar
rived by tho bark Andrew Welch.
Tho sentence? in tho casos of ihrco
nativci for co'litif; Hqnnr were ruu
ponded in tho District Court to-day.
H. J. Nolto has received fresh
frozen oistors on ice, to bo nerved
in any stylo at the Beaver co
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swipes ueaiern wuru puucu
in by OQlr-er Kaapa this morning.
A largo quantity of tho decoctiou
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ah momuers oi onuau o, umzens
Guard, are requested to attend a
mping for hpocial
A native woman died suddenly
from internal heinorrhaue at her
home near the Insane Asylum ou
Tho S. S Arawa was not to leave
Sau Francisco until Saturday, April
0, an she would bo detained two days
ou account of the mails.
TickotB for all points iu tho United
Statos are obtainable at W. G. Irwin
& Co.'a office for tho S. S. Australia
Bftiliug Saturday at -1 p. in.
Received per S. S. Australia large
consignment of Foreign Stout, which
is ou draft, 2 for 25n. Also half and
half at tho Empire Saloon.
Surplus ftorcs of the steamor
Brauufels. including two iron life
boats, wilt be sold by Jas. F. Morgan
at 10 o'clock on V cducsday.
Sequah will sponk again to-night
with accompauimout by the Hawai
ian National Band Rhoumatic suffer
ers an) invited to como and bo cured.
Tho San Francisco Bullotin is
taking bullolH on popular teachers
to send ou xcursioua to different
parts of the world iucluding Hawaii.
Twelve couples of tho Portuguese
immiurauts by the steamer Brauu
fels Wt-re married by B.iliop Gulf'uiti
at tho Catholie.Calhodral yostorday.
August Strohm was fiued $o in the
District Court to-day for assault
and battery on Eliza Claessons noar
Kawaiahao Church some time last
Joseph Hymau, of Hyman Bros.,
geueral wholesale morchants, arriv
ed this morning aftor a prolonged
stay ou tho Coast, looking well and
W. H. Cornwell rot uruod from the
Coast by tho Australia. Mr. Corn
well has fully recovered his health,
and was greeted by a circle of.
Robinson Carson is the uamo of
an individual who stowed away ou
the Australia aud came to Honolulu.
Ho will be sent baak at the earliest
An unusually large numbor of
tourists came by the Australia.
Tho Hawaiian Hotel will bo taxed
to its utmodt in consequence. It
was said on the steamer that every
Duko'MoNichol, formorly of the
Empire, is now tho assistant of
"Billy" Cunningham at tho Anchor.
A consignment of fresh oysters ar
rived by the Australia for that re
Attention is called to the card of
Jones & Simpsont accountants, busi
ness agonts, etc., in this issue. They
offer somo specialties iu sorvicos,
such as the supplying of drawings
Among tno kamaamas who re
turned by tho Australia to-day wore
Geo. W. Maofarlaue, who sported
a silk tile, John Emmeluth aud tho
two daughters of Paul Neumann,
Eva aud Anita. -j
Damo Humor could not do any
better for the curbstono curious
than to recall Minister Willis after
tho arrival of tho mail. Tho Minis
tor would not be recallod, however,
t ou such authority.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
1 and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 nurl 50
contH per night; fl and $1.25 per
i" week. I
1 United Carriage Company's stand, '
besides having superior hacks al- j
! ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fino livery outfits at the short-
j est notice good horses and uicocar-'
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
U. It. Harrison, practical piano
; and organ maker and tuner, ran fur
j nish beat factory references. Orders
' left al Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
i ijuttrantred Ni h" the ain a
I Sarah M., wife of Dr. C. T. Rod
i gers, died at tho Arlington Hotel
j Saturday night, after several yearn
of ill health. She was a native of
Worcester, Mas., ami an esteomed
'resident of this country for about
1 nineteen years.
' The latt7d H. Guy willed all his .
, property to Mrs. Ida C. Patterson,
at .whoso houso he died, with the '
exception of S100 lo Soarlo E. P. i
Taylor both legacies being out of
I gratitude for the caro taken of the
I tobtator iu his last illness. i
, Rev. J. Ai Ciuzau, Cougregational i
I pastor of Santa Cruz, who was form-1
erly pastor of Fort-street Church, (
Honolulu, has received a call to the i
I'ork Congregational Church, Sau
Francisco. His palary at Santa Cruz
was lately cut down by $800
Two Portuguese stowaways took
a walk from the Quarantine Station
without notifying health agent Mc-
Vetch yesterday evening. Tho police
" :n.i - i ...: tjXi... '
""".T ,,", '" 'h ' ', r of the !
Reform School, inside of ten min-
t ridladolph as Dof-atod
Tho baieball gatno hatwoou tl e
Philadelphia aud a pickul team from
tho Unkuowiis and Stars ou Satur
day afternoon resulted iu a victory
for the town boy?, tho score stand
ing 10 to 5 in their favor. Tho
Athletics were uuablo to play on ac
count of somo of tho players having
gouo over to the Kamehamoha
Alumni baseball club. Tho naval
man have boeu anxious for a game
aud through tho efforts of W. F.
Allen tho men were accommodated.
Tho pitcher of tho Philadelphia,
R nodes, a mere lad, twisted good
ball and surprised the town laddie?.
Denial by I.oonard.
H. Leonard, prison luna, denies
that he tied the recaptured ChinoEO
convict up by his queue. Ho did
fasten him to a telephone post, how
ever, and summoned the jailor by
telephono. Leonard says ho had
authority to shoot tho runaway
after calling him to stop. He slap
ped tho Chinaman ou the face,
drawiug blood from his nose, but
did not make a scratch or mark ou
him, aud the man has been doing
his work ovor sinco.
Special Hatnmor roturned from a
flying visit to. Maui by the steamer
Claudiuo yostorday. With him wore
sixty-nino tins of opium aud a Chi
nese prisonor. The opium was cap
tured by Shoriff Andrews, sixty-five
tins from tho premises of Young
Heo, tho Wailuku restaurant keeper,
aud four from a Japanese at Spteck
olsvillo. Tho special reports that
Maui was very du6ty, aud tho town
Attention, Squad 81
ALL MKMOEKS OF SQUAD 8, 01TI
zen's Guard, are requested to he pre
sent at a meeting to be he) at the O. It.
& L C'o.'s Depot, on TUESDAY jiVEN
INO, April 0, ifcfi, at 7:30 o'clock.
gm Bpecmi uusiness.
To (he Public;
Owing to extreme HI health, it being lm-
Iiosslble (or mo to attend to business, I
mvo sold out to my foreman, Alkx. Cms
uolm, who has been with me (or the last
ten years, and is known to you all.
lie will continue to run the business at
the uamo stand, and In the same line us I
have, by executing the beBt of work, und
doing Justice to all.
I hope you will all trade with him, and
bestow on him the same kindness aud ut
rouaco as has been given me during the
last sixteen years.
All bills duo mo will plea'e be sent Iu as
soon as convenient, mid Mr UhUholm Is
authorized to receipt the same.
I hereby tnke tho opportunity of thank
ing the publlo (or past jmtromeo.
130S-1W 0IIA8. U4.MMr.it.
o( every descrip
tion done by the
IIULLKTIN I'UIILISIIINO Co,, 1,11. Klrst-ClUbS
Comraorcial Work a Specialty. Estimates
given. Orders promptly executed.
Every OHCC in a
have SOuietliilll? that
nice malting a run on ;
cause we arc overstneked, but
because vc recognize good
value in the giods for the
COTTON DRESS UOODS,
COTTON DRESS CJOODS.
We find it pays iib to often
let Mich goods go for lens
than the market price; it
brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This wekk and until East r
we arc going to offer
WHITE AND OKEMK
COTTON DltESS GOODS
WHITE AND OHEME
COTTON DItEbS HOODS,
at If) cents a yaul.
We have always sold this
same line' 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 Homo
of tho patterns, you will ap
preciate our offer,
"New goods and good goods.
B. F. EHLKRS & CO.
THE SMALL COTTAGE
on the premises leased
to me at Kawaiahao; alto
the Lease of said nremlses.
to anyone paying me uoitage i win pivo
up the lease of the main building fre (or
three montliB. The Cottage contains one
room UxV2 (vet, another one 0x12 (eet, and
a veranda 7x'.'l feet, Iron roof and strong
foundation. Apply on the premises.
ISOMm M. GOTO, M. D.
DUHIXO MY TKMi'OUAKY
sence from these Islands, Mr.
V, will act under (till power of At
for the Haul; of Claus 8prockils .'
WM. (1. IIIW1N.
April 1, 161)5.
DUltlNU MY AHSIIXCi: ritOM THE
Hawaiian iHlnmls, Mr Walter M.
(lill'ard will act for mo In all matters of
business, under full powur of uMornov
WM. O. IHVlN.
Honolulu, April I, IMtf. ruu-'iw
Daily Bulletin 60 cent pnr vumtti.
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WILL BE OX EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
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Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
Thia great temperance beverage is pre
eminently a home requisite for homo making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. The genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks tlie vigor of youth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
only by the Chaulks E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I find a groat relief in drinking your Hoot Doer, as I huvo
been troubled with dyvpopuiu, uud should feci very sorry if I
could not keop myself t-upplicd with it. I drink it when it is
fermented. K. F. Scorr, 251'J Meredith St., Philadelphia, Pn.,
U. H. A."
"I have used your Hoot IJccr for over u year, and I find it
not only a hoalthtul hoveruge, hut it stimulates the Ntoinuch. I
Ubo so much of it that I buy it by the doion ut a time. Jno. 0.
Lkstkii, Primary School, No. U, OUth St. Cor. LM Ave., N. Y.
City, U. S. A."
IIohhon Dnuo Company Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company " u
HOLLISTEH DltUO COMPANY, LTD. . . . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
B35" Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
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Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes, llrushcs, Carriage Whips,
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