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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 12. 1895.
Fry .LQUAb K.rl UJS.I1 .. imi"n.
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Tho prominent mores ore oioseu
to-day for Uooa v rmay.
OPIUM AND BRIBERY.
A found wnteh may bo
at tho Catholic Mission.
w . r
I no JUoaver
H. J. Nolto cnlN for
all outstanding hills duo
Tim regular meeting of the Sot
tish ThUtlo Oluh will bo held thi
" . -r
Tint Buns I Etrn fine for Good
Friday at tho "lililo loo Oroaui Par
lore," Hart & Co.
No w.itnr could hi Rot in uptown
storestliM noon. The. reservoirs aro
getting dry again.
Tho Ilnloinua will rouni publics
tion on Minihv under tho editor
ship of Edmund Notrio.
"Tho Volcano' is the name of a
Japanese pfipi-r just Matted in llono
lulu. It gives nu eruption ovory day i
but Sunday. I
IMrigerators and ! chest tbo
favorite Gurney and Hnver" gardtiu I
hoo aro for safe by tbo i'acifu tlard-1
Tho Unknown mid Philadelphia
baMiball teams will lday at tint
Japanese Merchant Gets Into Itathor
Special Hammer sealed a soven
foot fun co uptown yoslordny erening
mid caught a well known Jnpauo
merchant and a Chinaman with
opium in pose!ion. On being mado
ncqutinlod with tho fact that ho
' was under nrre?t tho J.ip aked tho
uilii'or how intioli money ho wnntod.
Tho latter replied that, any sum
would do, and a boy was called.
TIih Jap gvo hint a inHsago and in
a chort whilii tho lad returned with
1 thity dolhiM in $20 and $10 bill'.
' Thi was oir-'rd t the oilier with
, tho adiiiouiiion to have tho promise
, quietly. Too money wan lakeu ami
so werojhe two men. Tho Jap had
I two charges entered ngainH him,
opium in pose-siou and bribing a
police olllcor. Ho was releaed on
FENJXNO UMUOUL. JOINT. I
Another Jnptneta Institution Intro- '
ducoit la Honolulu.
A raid was mado last night on n
Japaneroclub houe near tho Eureka
houe, corniT of lltirotnuia ami Ma
uuakea streets. A number of Jain
Lenguo grounds at !l o'clock sharp ' who woro ougagod iu giving fencing
KS- DIRECT UII'OKTATXON "2
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WILL BE ON EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
3b-(arclj. 233., SStli. twa.il CStlu
Meehauies' Home, eomer Hotel
aud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
woek or month. Tonus: 2o and 50
cents per night; 1 mid ll.Z
lessons wuro surprised. They had a i
complete out fit for fencing, im ludiug i
chest and head protectors. Trie en- i
tiro gang was locked up. charged with i
cotnuiou nuisitnee. Tho Japs have I
P"' ' been giving these exhibitions for tho i
oust few weeks. No admission is ,
cuargou, ma unco nisiuo a victim is '
St, - - Honolulu.
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
NO WAtfEB 10H THBEB DATS.
Dry Tiinwi for People on the Slope
H. Waterhoui-ofl uew ollico on
Queon slreot is Hearing completion.
Carpenters aro at woik on tho in
terior. Whou (iuished it will bo au
ornament to tbo vicinity.
The Ssn Francisco Call has con
tradicted a report it published that
Chester A. Doyle had tried to leave
Honolulu on a steamer but was pre
vented by th stopping of his pass
port. O. It. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiiau News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be he sani- done
.. . other purp
If you want to buy a really good three days,
clock or watch at 'oast prices in-
sped, the stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, Maxouio Temple; there you
n.ill rtr.il II... Il.rrri.ur tiaiiiilsjn Vll.
r,i,il . Mm inn.-.!. tinV. olocUs I ten minutes after f o'clock ou E .tor
bowl slopo above the Queen's Uos-
pital, says there has been no water
at his place for three days. "There
in a notice in your paper, ho said,
''to get barrels, and boxes, ami
bucket, to collect water from G
o'clock to 10, but what's tho use. I
when there's no water!" They had
collected a little rain water for
driukiug. but, if it was used for I
other purposes, it would not last !
Every once in a whilo wo
have something that wo feel
like making a run on ; not be
cause we arc overstocked, but
because wo recognize good
value in the croods for the !
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
Cars for Kaster Sunday.
A special car will leavo Patina nt
aud watches sold on week'ly and ' Py for ' GSM celebration i of tbo
mnnikli-i..niiii. llrnwn Jfc if lwv Second Congregation of bt. An-
mak a srVialtv of rublior stami.s. Lrew'a Cathedral; return car at G:30,
Tho car for the ):W service
The old machinery lying on tho leave Pauoa at 0:10 a.m.
I'uuloa property ol J. i. JJowsetl
has beeu purchased by an enter
prising young native named Pedro.
There are two thousand tons of iron
in tho mrichinery anil Pedro bought
WATCH, UBWEKN HALAWA.
an J Walmtilii. liwn. The ontitfroiii
it for S3. The machinery has been i ',Te. u bjnic 'y omIIIih t the Catholic
brought to town and Is being broken
up. 1 ho irou is worth one cunt a
V. V ASHKORD.
MIalnn of ihli cltv ami In ruvlns fort lie
expanses cf th'M mlveriltutiient. I.IIJ-'.'t
WHITE AND CREME3
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WHITE ASD CRKME
COTTON DRESS GO( DS.
We find it pays us to often
let Mich goods go for less
thun the market, price; it
! brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This wekk and until Easter
we aro going to offer
rnSTlT?'JX0'.M.,J.f.PS:,.l:.? WHITE ATO CIIEMB
r llio H'HVer hnliKHi not sett l-d liv Al
rll Mill, will U nliiccd In the hunch of n
Xilktly to Leava TJuder the Terms of . rolleoloraml payment of Mm wi.lho in.
TfU P.nlnn Tx.mnrrn fun'fll. . II. J. NOI.TK.
Hid Pardon To-morrow.
As stated in a report of the moot
ing of the Councils, V. V. Ashford
has been pardoned on condition that
ho leavo the country never to returu.
It is likely that he will take his de
parture by the steamer Australia to
morrow. His paidon is expected
back from Kauai, where it was sent
for President Dole's signature, be
font tho sailing of the steamer.
Volney Vaillancourt Ashford was
put oq trial before the Military Com
missiocer for misprision of treason
on Janus ry SO. His trial lasted four
days. Ou Kob. 15 Mr. Ashford re
ceived hix sentence aud was handed
over to the custody of the Marshal.
Tho souteuce was one year's im
prisonment at hard labor and a fine
Y. M. O. A.
Instead of the usual publio moot
ing in the large ball, the Y. M. C. A.
held its auuivorsary iu the parlors
yesterday evening. Itoports of the
various committees were received,
showing activity in most branches
of work. Aftor an expenditure of
1278.73 the past rear, a balance of
JN8.03 remained. D. W. Corbott,
general secretary, was givon leave of
absence to take a course in Ameri
can gymnasiums, in anticipation of
the opeuiug of the Asiociat ion's
gymnasium. F. J. Lowrey took his
Hat, t now probiddut, succeeding
0. U. Kipley.
Frank Shepaidcou, an eugineor on
t lie Southern Pacilie Hy., who resides
at Los Augele, Cal., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long lime.
Ho was treated by hoveral physicians,
al-o visited tho Hot Springs, but re
ceived no permanent relief until ho
used Chnmbelaiu's Pain Balm. Ho
ay. it is tho best medicine in tho
world for rhoumatUin. For salo by
all dealers. U-ii-on, Smith A: Co,,
ogeuts for tho Hawitiiuu Islands.
COTTON DUES8 GOODS
FRIDAY, APRIL 13,
THE QUALITY HAS SPOKEN FOlt
Ready From 5 O'clock A,
'WHITE and cremk
COTTOX DRESS GOODS,
at 15 cents a yard.
We have always sold tliis
same line of goods at 23 cents
a yard. Wo know of nothing
that will make up prettier for
Easter and are satisfied that
if you will only look at somo
of the patterns, you will ap
preciate onr offer.
"New goods and good goods.
B. B EIILERS & CO.
This great temperance ht-vcrago 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 tho children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of youth. It's a real homo
comfort. Dunk it for your health's sake.
makes 5 Gallons of a
I3P Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado
only by the Charlhs E. IIikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
HORSE FOK BALK.
1 IOHT nAY
mj ltiir Horse,
Gonfectionery & Bakery
Mlr.(l H'lil Hbnw) hiiiiiiiiI,
fur nalc. AUo a coed
MllS. C. W. ABHI'Oltll,
13 0-tf Near lea Wo-ks
DTTIIINQ MY TKMl'OllAnY Alt
H'lil' from IIichii 1-t'niMH, Mr. K, I.
Ki'ii'clliiK will not iimler dill nrnvrr of u-tom-y
(or the Hunk of I'l ih rirrock. U &
l VM. U. IUW1N.
Honolulu, April 1, IMii. laotWw
"I find a grout relief in drinking your Root Beer, ns I liavo
been trmihled with dyrpepeiu, iiml should feel veiy Forry if I
could not keep myeelf mtpplicil wilh it. I drink it. when it is
fermented. li. f. hcorr, li51U Meredith St., riiiludulphiu, Pa.,
U. 8. A."
"I liavo uved your Root Beer for over a year, anil I find it
not only n healihtul beverage, hut it stimulates the titouiaoh. I
use do much of it ill it ( buy it by the dozen at u time J.vo. G.
l.KSTKit, Primary Bchool, No. 1), 0'Jtli St. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y.
City, U. a. A."
IIoimoN Drug Company Wholesalo Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company "
Hoi.LiftTER Druo Company, Ltd. .. . u "
Lewis & Company Grocers
lfyuur tubaariptiun hut expired wu
i a koocJ time to rnt'i t,
DUIIINO MY AUSEXCK l-'IIOM T1IK
lluwiilimi IhIuii., Mr V.ltr M.
U.ir.i tl will iii-t for mo In nil iiiiitiiir.i ut
IhibIncsi. uiuler bill iovur nf nliorncv
W.M. O. 1UUIN.
lluiinliilu, April 4, IS'.KJ. VM-2k
Dutly liullrtin 60 (if.uii tr month.
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. LTD.
FOIIT STJIEET, HONOLULU.