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THE DAILY BULLETIN. PrtfL 11. 1805.
BHBKKiiiKiBTTVr.Bf-)Cit 'dVK VBHnHSnHraHB:' I WH 'SXKV-
LOCAL. AVD OBNKKAX. MXWS,
Tlio mill of tlio rorliiRiioso Sugar
Mill Co. lint lit'Htin operations.
Ilnrry Lewis will ivo n poi rliunor
si his tesidoueo, Waikiki, this evening-
Then will m i concort by tho
OuvoriuiU'iit bawl at llio llolul this
Lovo'a DaWy will respond to or
der for hut t'rojs buna all day to
morrow. Ifol -f- Huns! Extra fin" for Good
Friday at tho "Khto Ico Croaia Par-lor.-,"
Mart & Co.
Hot erem buus will bu ftirnidmd
from f-arlt morn to dewy eve, Good
Fridwy, by b Horn.
A uit'z'in a robb'd of S7i Him
noon. Tier in n uluu as to thu
itU-mily of lh" tliif.
A dnor bn '"-on out through tho
ronrol Y. .11 i;. A. Ill I. lenilllll' in
.a i i . .
4i 11 . .. 1 1... , ..ii.m
C. L. WikIiI. l're-iilent. of tho
Wihh'i S'eam'hipUoeivento mor
row by the xteamer Kiuau for a tour
Sunerinlendont Andrew Brown
(jives notice to residents above Juilil
ntreetnnd on I'unchbowl slopes to
collect water between fi nud 10 a. in.
Ttin niliniirned nniiiml meelincr of
rjfe.the Y. M. 0. A. will tako jile to
ilKht at 7:30 o'clock. Now ollicers
1.11 K.. l.iultatln.l .ml lit., fitititinl r...
The Kaknalo robbery remains a
mystery. After duo investigation
Deputy Marobal Brown decided to
liberate Arthur Fitzgerald, who bad
been bold for tho robbery.
A special meeting of tho Young
Hawaiian' Institute will be held to
morrow evening at 7 o'clock at the
usual place. Every member should
attend, as business of importance is
to lw transacted.
Tho Kawaiabao Seminary girls
wore treated to au outing at Waikiki
today. It took three of Smith's
bussos to convey the lassies. On tho
way they amused themselves by
aiuging native souks.
Tho Star and Unknown baseball
clubs will meet thi evening. The
object of tho meeting is to eonsider
whether the club will outer this
reason or drop out on account of
the actiou of the Krunohaiuuhas.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having siiwrior backs al
ways ready at the call of "2?M" fur
nishes lino livery outfits at the short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
f guaranteed to be the same done
Bound volume" of tli Sdntifio
American from 1876 to 181)1 inclusive
can bo obtaiued ou application at
this oflico. Samples aro ou viow.
These volumes are a cyclopedia of
science aud invention for the period
Seqtiah will have tho National
band at his lecture in tho Boretania
street armory this evening. Ho has
au increasing number of rheumatic
patients under treatment, aud sev
eral acknowledge much benefit al
If you want your wateh repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoous, or any
thing iu tho jewelry lino. II. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's Htore, Fort street,
is vour man. Ho was for teu yars
tho practical watchmaker for Weu-
ler H Uo.
If you want to buy a really good
clocV or wateh at Coast prices in
spect the stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No, 4. Masonic Temple; there you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
Failed for Threo Millions.
The Nashua (N. H.), Savings Bank
went down March V(J It was the
third largest savings bank in tho
state, having deposits of nearly
$3,000,000, and of suoh n charauter
as to its depositors that it was locally
known as the poor man's bank. It
was established forty-ono years ago,
aud had mado iu its palmy days
great profits. Westorn iuveitmuts
Ravi) caused the bank' MiMeniou.
together with tho general business
F.t. Audruw'd Uuthtdral.
To-morrow being Good Fr'day,
tho service of St. Andron'd Cathe
dral will bo as lollop:
G:'M, Auto Communion.
11. Morning I'rayer aud Sermon.
:i:3U, Tule Ahiahi.
7:130, Evouiug I'rayer nud Sermon.
Goodly Sum Raised by tho Woman's
Association for Belief.
Tho imociaMon of women orRaniz
pd to policlt relief for tho families nf
tho imprisoned rnt'lt met yeoterdny
dftvrnonn. Tho different i-ommii tee
reported and it win found Hint I ho
mini of S117.'2" had Im-oii ra'ed
through their elfiirtx. It was aUo
i iniiuiuHted thnlthoU iveruinent
hal Riven its consent to tho uo of
four donlilo rooms ami fix m'mrIo
rooms in thu old iininifrntinn depot
to th deMittito famili. Thny will
Iw uiven prop-r proteetiou by two
polieo ollieera stationed there to cue
that they aro not inolft'd. A gooil
many natives ato already resident at
Sulnuriplioni to thn fund for lh
di'.truMeit fauiilies are received, as
previously fI.i'hiI, by the eoi'nmuiee
liero named: V. F." Kyuold, Fort
uirmiii i it iv niinu i mtntrAti nrvi iiira
" "- " " '-' v ; ' ' 'j " -
n-r Nuiiaiiii ami U.ieu Mreli
Eiiocli .lohnon, Kaahumauti o trout;
r. J. ieta, King street.
BOAT CRUISE AT NICHIX.
Mysterious Police Fxpidit!on oo the
Senior Captain Parker, Caplsin
Kauae, two lieutenants aud fourteen
police ollicurs left for a boat cruise
to sea "ii tho quiet late Tuesday
night. Very few kuew of ttie mid
den departure, not even rellow-tuem-liers
of tho force knowing of it. Tho
party left in three boat from the
.My rile boat house, and returned
this morning, lauding at 0 o'clock.
They immediately hied to thoir
homes, being evidently tired out.
The men were fully armed on the
Captain Kanao was seen by a
Bulletin reporter ou tho way up
fiom the wharf. Tho only auswer
he would give was "Ob, wo went out
to get some of the bile off our
NATIVE BONO IN BOSTON.
World's Fair Quartet Engaged to
Sing at the Cyclorauia.
Tho World's Fair quartet, as the
combination is called, will leave by
the S S. Australia for Boston, to bo
absent about, a year. The quartet
is composed of Kat Kahubi, B H.
.loue, J. M. Bright and John Ed
wards. The men have been uiiuiKed
by T. W. liobrou at tho rato of $15
a mouth and found. They wanted
$.")0 but this Mr. Hobron would not
give them. The men are to sing at
the Cyclorauia. It is understood a
new cyclorauia of tho grcnt volcano
is to be produced in the nuir future,
and the quartet expect to bj present
at its opening.
Fersnns who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic will be pleased to
kuow that piouipt relief may b- had
bv takimr ChimberlaiuV Colic,
Choler.1 and D arrhcu.i Hcmedy. It
acts quickly and can always bo de
pended upon. In many cases tho
attack may be prevented br taking
this remedy as soon as the first indi
cation of the direace appears. 25
aud 50 cent bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Inland".
FR'DAY, APRIL 13,
TUB QUALITY HAS SP0KKN FOIt
My From 0 O'clock A, M.
Confectionery & Bakery
Wf 1803 TM
Every onco in a "while wo
have something that wo feel
like milking- a run on ; not be
cause wo are overstocked, but
bccauHo wo recognize good
value in tho
WHITE AND OREMM
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WHITE AND CRKME
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
We find it pays us to often
let Mich goods go for Icsh
than the ninrket price; it
brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This wkek and until Easter
we aro going to offer
WHITE AND CIIKMB
COTTON DltKSS GOODS,
WHITK AND CItEJIE
COTTON DHESS GOODS,
at in cents a yaid.
Wo havo always sold this
Bamu line of goods at 23 cents
a yard. Wo know of nothing
that will mako up prettier for
Easter aud aro suislied that
if you will only look at some
of tho patterns you will ap
preciate our offer.
New goods and good goods.
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
HOB8E FOB BALE.
f IOHT HAY
j mi; Horse.
HlzM noil blmwy mmiial,
for vuIp. AIho a eooa
M119. C. W. ASIIPOItn,
13'0-lt Ncur Ira Works
Dritl.N'O MY Tr.MI'OUAltY AI1
M'liiw from iIii'kh Uiuu.n, Mr, V.. 1.
bi'.i'illm; vslh uut under nil iiiwer nl m
tomvy fur the Hunk of i I uw SinMk
s, J,M- u- iuV.;e..
4 t.Jllf (III 111 III'MI ll'ili ttJFr-ml
DUUISO MY AUSlI.N'Or. l-'IIOM THE
HiiwidiiiM Iiluifi , Mr Wnlti-r M.
(Iilliiiil will net (or mo In nil mitivrd of
buolilL'3), iinilur lull I .own- of Mtuiriiin'
vm. a. inwts.
Honolulu, April 1. 1SU1 i:jiWw
lkiily Bulletin 60 cent per month,
K3sF DIK EC T DirOlt'J'ATION -S
WILL BE ON
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
3iCa.rsli. C233., a3t3a. ar.a CStti.
520 Fort St, -
Ladies are Cordially
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT REER?
This great temperance beverage is pre
eminently a home requisite for homo making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. The genuino
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of youth. It's a real homo
comfort. Diink it for your health's sake.
KS One Package- makes 5 Gallons of a
delicious, Bparkling, health-giving drink.
13s Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado
only by tho Chaklhs E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I finil a Rroit relief in drinking ymir Itoot Boer, m I Imvo
been troubled with djpj,"'ii'. mid bhould frol very mrry if'l
could not kuitp inyei'K kiii'iiIkmI with it. I drink it when it in
fermented. It. K bcorr, i!.rlJ .Meredith St., l'hiladclpliia, l'u
U. S. A."
"I havo ued your Itoot Beer for over r yenr, nud I find it
not only u heuhhtiil bevoriigu, but it HiiiuulutuH tlm Htouiii'h. I
usu ho much of it that I buy it bv tho dozen at u lime Jn. G.
l.KhTKii, Primury Hchool, No. I), U'Jth Ht. Cor. 2d Ave, N. V.
City, U. H. A."
IIoBitON Drug Company Wholesalo Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company u
Hollibteh Duuo Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOBT STREET, HONOLULU.
Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. Thoro are beauties.
FKESII GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics1 Tools,
f I tuiI 111 1 tit d Dllu anil VnrfiTulina Itriiklma Pnrrltuin Vht(iH.
I . ' m ' . -,
: OeirloolirLe-u.m Avenarms
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fine and Caps.
- AGENTS Full THE OKLEUKATbl) -
Tlio Ui-st I.illirlrants Known to Cuiutiiercu.
(DHrHIllUnsn WAKKHoUSEj in Kni:iiul, Kriinco. Italy, Gerniany, fioot
linil. Wli4, Irelnml, Oilbu, Ouluti, Jujuii, Java, liulu uiul tlio .miuiial cities Ol
li, e Uiiutxl bUiu.s.J
Invited to Attend.