Newspaper Page Text
HTiM ""TfllTIT mmi
1 m.k, ': nsnifMBlHIHKiBinHTl
THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 10. 1B9R
xjuaia Kira okntkbax, wkws,
A belt ha boon lost.
Fonud notice elsewhere
Sir Jtobert Herron visited Pearl
Pain Biicnr ctock ii placed on tho
H. S. L. Si I. Co.' 1UL
W. IT. Cliarloik U in chargo of
tlin Arlington billiard toimi'.
Tito leadinir grocery store? will
close on Good Filmy at 10 a. in.
Lov'h bikury will deliver bot
cross buns dl ibiy on Good Friday.
Cheater A. Di-ylu relumed front
Hawaii by tho Kinati Mm morning.
Tbo Sons of at. Gi-oriM will five n
Booial on St. OeotR j Ivo, April 22.
Au in.ine italivo win brought iu
by member of lb mounted patrol.
Tbo WaiilU'iiUi look a number of
Portuguese for Hawaii tbW moru
iu. A three-roller mill, complete, Ar
rived at Honoipo by tbo barkontiuo
Cbiof Ollicer Lawlos" of tbo S. S.
Aiitiralin ha been vory ill since tbal
Hot-- Buns I Extra lino for Good
Friday at tho "Kllto Ico Oroam Par
lors," Hart &Co.
David Naboob'wa baa been ap
pointed as health ofllcer vice G.I.
Officer Kanpa arrested Arthur
Fitzgerald thin afternoon on a
chargo of robbery.
The onle of surplus stores on tbo
Pacific Mail wharf by J. F. Morgan
to day was largely attended.
The bright moonlight draw a
large number of people to Makee
Island yesterday evening to hear tho
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 60
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
Hopp Ac Co. have received a lar?e
variety of furniture by tbo bark
Andrew Welch and the schooner
Robert Lowers. Inspection is in
vited. George Iorst manager of Hakalau
plantation, i iu town attending to
the affaira of bin lamented brother
William. Mr. Ross has a card of
thauks iu auother column.
Martin Smith, clerk nt J. J. Egan's
store, received the sad intelligence
that his fathor had Imuu probably
fatally injured by a fall. Iu couso
quonco Mr. Smith will leave for tho
Coast by tho Australia.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior banks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fiuo livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. R. Harrison,
and organ maker ant:
id tuner, can fur-
nisb best nctory relerences. Uruera
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the samo as done
Trinco Francis Joseph and aide-
caiup, Colonel Thompsr'ii, with H. i
A. Widtunnnn returned to town by I
rail yesterday nft'rnoon. The prince j
has beeutho'guestof Mr. Wideiuaiin
at Waianae plantation. Tho patty
mot tbo tra'u al. E.va. i
If you want .our watch repaired.
If you want jowelry inadu up neatly, j
If you want Houvciurtpnoiis, or anv
tbiiig iu tlm jw-lry line. H. G.
I5iart,nt C. Gottz'uhton', t'ortstreet,
is your man He was for teu y-nrs
the practical watchm.ikor for Won
nor & Co.
Ifjou want to buy a really Rood
clock or watch at 'oast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown .N: Knuey,
at No.-l. MaPouio Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watchus sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
xnuko a specialty of tubbor stamps.
Tim Fnbooner Alicw Cooko was to
bavo lett Sau Fraucinco five daj'd
after tho schoonor ltoborU Lowers
which arrived yesterday. Tho Alice
Cooko will bavo on board, iu addi
tion toother carRO, six hundred tons
of rnilroad material for tho Waianao
railway extension. Tho Hubert
Luwurrt brought four hundred tons
Tho barges used by tbo boating
party ou Monday evouinj,' wero
luiully loaned by tho U. S. . 1'hil.i
delphia. While the party worn in
tho vicinity of the crui.sor rockits
wero fired off, mou on tho I'bilailul
phia replyiiih' vll ana rockets.
Tbo tmtWor was seronad"d with
eoiiRa which wero evidently appreci
ated, tho naval mtu giving thrco
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAQUE.
Th Alumni Club Ara Admitted and
the Athletics Withdraw.
Thoro was an intonating mooting
of tho Hawaii Baseball Lwhimic this
afternoon iu tho office of W. F. Al
len. Thero was a fu'l attendance,
thero being present, beides Presi
dent Allen and Secretary Spencer, J.
Oauzel and Harry Wittier, Stars; J.
Winter and J. A Tliointiou, Ath
letics; F. J. Testa anil Geo. Clark,
Unknowns, and S. Mahuka and F.
Berkley, representatives from tbo
Consideration of the application '
of tbo Alumni for ndmUston to the
league was the object of tbo meet
ing, Thompson renewod bis oljec- ,
tiou and was seconded by Tuta.
Thoro was considerable discussion, ,
the main contention oft be opponents '
to tho proposition being that tbo '
Kainebatnenas. knowinu that there
wat to bo a baeball season this year,
tlid not enter until th last moment. ,
When tbo Kami did form a nine ,
lltf-y took four players from the Ath-1
l-t ! throwing ttio latter emu out.
Finally Thompson withdrotv bis ob
JHctiou nud mide a motion that tho
Alutnui bo admitted.
Dnlegato Tota said that as tho
Alumni representatives had not
"taken the bint" ho would second
tho last motion. Tho vote resulted
Ayoe Thompson, Winter and
Noes Testa, Clark and Wilder.
As the voto was a tie President
Allen cast tho docidiug ballot. Ho
Captain Thompson stated that the
Athletics withdrew from tho league.
Secretary Spencer immediately
arose and tendered his immediate
resignation. Ho felt that ho could
not slay with the league any longer.
Tho Kamohamehas had acted in an
unsportBmanbko manner. They had
beeu bulldozing tho league from the
vory time they entered. They broke
up the league last year and now
they come in at tho last moment,
when everything is ready, and break
up tho Athletics. They want to
rule the league.
J. W. Winter was spoken of as
successor to Mr. Speucer.
A BELT WITH HAWAIIAN MI1.I
tury Buttons boiwtcn Mill r nml
Hotel Streets, l'lca.o rttarn ltui.t.tTix
OABD OF THANKS.
rpiin TTKnEUSIONRD TAKE9 THIS
X nppo'tnnltv of retnrnlnK lili pra'o'ul
thniiki lo nil the klii'l frieiulx wliOHttund-
m1 uion lils Jut brother, Wil'lstu Itoss, In
his lost illnesi Btnl astl-tiil at his fm.einl
April 10, 1S9.5. 1310-11
WE THE UNDERSIGNED DEO TO
Infirm unr tr. mils llituour bto'm
will bo no-eil nt 10 o clock a. w. on Good
Kilday, April Vi.
H M VY ft. CO..
HKNItY DAVIS & CO.,
I.KWH .V CO.
NOTICE IH HRKEI1YOIVKN TO AIL
iiTnons that iIiito ure ut tb Govern
ment I'oiimI nt Mxklkl, Jprll 10, 1895, U
Kiny At Imals, viz :
t Crinm ('olorcl Mnr hrinduil J M K
on 1 1u lit bl'nl liK, while spot on forehead,
two whlu' Ii cils.
1 Uhv Mnlo li'anilwl ntidosrrlbably en
rltsht hind leg, whl'O ioia on both tides
ttinl on hnck
itiy iH!r.on or porinns oxntnK th'o ant-nit-N
srn rttpictti'il to cnnin nml ttikn the
hjiiih on or before 12 e'clouk noun SATUIt
1).Y, Airll i'lili, nthnrwlo shIi! nutniiiU
will In) 'Old ut tmlillo 'Utctlim mi h-Ii date
umllioitr. lllJNUY KUAIJI,
niO at Toil' il Mmtor.
Monday, April 22.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Will linvo ono rf tlit lr I'leinant Bocials
at H o'clotk In tho evening.
Ttcltot, Lady Hiid Gentleman, $1.00
Consignment n( DOCK DEED
From the rrolorloktiliprc llruwln Co.
of Sun Josu, Oil.
rnrJTCJ D il V-W ki'li n ftl nt K. 0.
1 tllO rill till IiaKIVH Advert inK
AROin-y, Ut mid inMurtiuni'H hxi-hmive
Kan trmiuiTo, Ciilltoruh, wlimuuutiauiH
lor udvrrt.slng oiu be in idu jur it.
V .., C'
Every once in a whilo wc
have something that wo feel
like making a run on ; not be
cause we are overstocked, but
because wo recognize good
value iu the goodB for the
WniTE AND CREMR
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WHITE AND CREME
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
We find it pays us to often
I if L11,
i ll-L ul.u
foods go for less
market price : it
brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This 'week and until Ear-tor
wo aro going to offer
WHITE AND CltEMB
COTTON DIIES8 GOODS,
WIIITK AND CUEME
COTTON DltKSS GOODS,
at 15 cents a yard.
Wo have always sold this
same line of goods at 23 cents
a yard. "We know of nothing
that will make up prettier for
Easter and are sitibficd that
it' you will only look at some
of the patterns, you will ap
preciate our offiT.
"New goods and good goods.
B. F. KITLlflTtS & CO.
BORSE FOB SALE.
I IOHT DAY
l-j inir llorer,
hIzi1 mid shiiv Hiilmal,
(ur kuIo. Al."0 a gooi
MltS. C. W. ASIII'OPM,
13C0-U Near Ire Works.
DUHING MY THMPOllAIIY AI1
Kencrt from theaH liluius, Mr. K. I.
Hiuild'iiii will nut ntidrr full imw-r of nt-
t'irniy lor the tinnk of Cltnt fiiri,c,k,U it
Ui. WM. G. IUWIN
Honolulu, April I, WM. YMMw
DUHING MY AIISIJSOU t'HOM TIIK
Htiw.iiiu'i ImIuihIk, .Mr Whllnr M.
1 Gill'ti it I1 lu't (or inu Iu nil liuittera of
ImMiiuu, imdur lull power of utioriioy
WM. O. 111W IN
Honolulu. Antll 1. Ifein l.lOtl-J
Daily Jiulletin 60 cents per month.
3- DIRECT lMPOlirATEON -
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
1ST. S. S
5SO Fort St, -
Ladies are Cordially
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. Tho genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks tho vigor of youth. It's a real homo
comfort. Diink it for your health's sake.
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by tho Giiahlvs E. Hiuks Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I find a Brett relief in drinking ymir Root Ilocr, tin I have
been troubled with dytpepxin, nml hlioiiM feci eiy oiry if I
cniild not keep uiysulf riiiplit'il with it. I drink it when it a
fermented. It. K. hcorr, 2.'j11) Meredith tit., riiilitililpbiii, l'u.,
U. S. A."
"I liivo und your Hoot Ilocr for over n yenr, nml I find it
not only n licullit-il ln.'Vi'nigo, lint it itiniululcs tin- tloina Ii. I
use ko iiuicli of it ibiit 1 buv it by ihu lo.uu nt u lium .lN'. C.
LiisThti, I'rinmry Scboul, No. 0, !)'Jtb St. Cor. 2d Asc, X. Y.
City, U. ri. A."
IIoimoN Duuo Company
Benson, Smith &, Company
HoLl.lrjTKIt DltUG COMPANY,
Lewis Av Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
I'ORT STKEET, HONOLULU.
f2T Are now making Framns for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
FItKSH GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Pal its, Oils and Varnishes, Jlmnlics, Carrlaeo Wlilps,
l-OIt PIIESKUVINO AVOOI).
Giant and Blasting Powdfr, Fuso and Caps.
- AGB.NfS Foil TUB OrH.KimAThD -
Tho liest l.ulrlcatits Known to Cotumurcu.
land. WnliH. Irulaud,
tliu Untlud bUiea.
Invited to Attend.
makes 5 Gallons of a
. .."Wholesalo Drugcristfl
LTD. . . .
WAREHOUSES in UnKl.ind, Fraiu-u, Italy, Gern any, floot
Uuba, Ouiiu, Japan, Java, India mm tlio riucli tl ililes ol