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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 13. 1895.
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T.00A1 AND J5WZAX NKWb.
To-morrow i Eanter Sunday.
A reward is offered for a parct'l of
fancy work lost.
Tho Government baud plays at
Emma Square this afternoon.
Thomas II. I'rowr is now in com
mand of tho S. S. Arawa vico Captain
RomemhHr tho lantern exhibition
at tho drill jmed at 7:30 for tho (
loper baud. i
ThoU. S.S. Philadelphia wilt bo
open to tho public until G o'clock
Trustees of thoQinWa IIopltal
are called for a quartoily meeting
Tho Unknowns and l'hiladolphias
will play baseball this aftoruoou ou
the League ground.
Easter nervicos in tho Gorman
lnngu3(.'o will bo held at Y. M. 0. A.
hall at 11 a. m to ni' rruw.
Tho League baseball season will
open ou Saturday next with a name
between tho Kanudiamoha aud Slur?.
Tho opening of tho cricket season,
fixed for to-day, has been postponed
ou account of tho arrival of tho
briirautiue W. O. Irwin
1512 stool rails oognoH
to Lowers & Cooko for tho railway
L. A. Thurston and S. M. Damon
arrived by tho S. S. Arawa to-day.
Both Koutlemon'look to bo iu tho
At a meeting of delegates from I ho
Sunday schools on Oahu presided ,
over by Rev. J. M. Ezera, with Lovl '
Kauwalu, secretary, it was resolved j
to authorize Sam. K. Knmakaia to ,
receivoall contributions to tho fund I
of the Charity Army Sunday fchools.
At a meoting of the Chineo Pro
tective Union hold yesterday tho
following oUlcors wero elected: W.
Akann, president; N. Moimnr, vice
prfftidtit; Chin Ping Kai, Won
Yuen Nam, treasurers; Li Kwaj,
English secretary; Cluing Tai, Chi
noo secretary. An executive com
mittee of twenty-four moiubora was
Miss Adeline Rokraiu, who has
been on a visit to Honolulu several
month for her he.-ilth, returns to
her homo in S3n Frsneico to day
by tho Australia. Whilo hors she
his lived iu tho homo of Mr. aud
Mrs. James l.yle, aud has made
many friends who wish her a pleas.
nut trip and permanent benefit
from her sojourn hero.
THR ORIENTAL WAR.
Japan to Sol:
:a Formosa Indemnity
best of health.
Frof. Libornio, of tho Hawaiian
National baud, will loavo by tho S.
S. Australia this afternoon for tho
Coast on a business trip.
Two native boys wero sentenced
to six months each in the Iteform
School on pleading guilty to assault
and battery on Debora Suiffen.
A number of pupils attending
Funahou College returned from a
week's vacation at their homes on
Kauai, on tho Mikahala this morn
ing. Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
N.S. Sachs has
of now silk', shot and figured taf
feta', in waist patterns, Dresden
muslins, and a lot of choice millinery.
'Willis Lau ranee, a U. S. 11. R,
Japan is going to seizo Formosa.
I Tho Chinese are Hieing from
South Formosa to tho maiubnd aud
t The Chinen havo taken vigorous
i measures in Swalow and Canton to ,
resist invaders. j
A German warship that was pro- i
pent at tho taking of the Pescadores '
I Islauds reports that tho Chinese I
I made but a feoblo resistance. Six
j Japaneso warships remain at those
, islands and 8000 troops havo been
The Chineso at Hui Chang re
peatedly fired on a flag of truce snut
with a messenger to inform tho Chi
nese that an armistice had been
There aro 80,000 Chinese troops
in garrison at Tai-Wan-Fu.
Japau will demand tho war in
demnity to be paid in gold. The
gold will be placed to the credit of
Japan in tho European trade cen
ters. It is not likely that Japau
will go on a gold basis, according to
an American authority, as that
would place her at a disadvantage.
i iu trade matters, with China, which
I must continue on a silver basis.
Li Hutu? dinner is nearly well of
just opened a lot ; hiB wound iuflicted by a Japanese
Tho U. S. S. Charleston has sailed
from Chofoo for New-chwaug, whoro
tho gunboat Petrel is waiting in a
K3 DIRECT IMPORTATION 2
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS
WILL BE ON EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
Xarclx 233., 2Z3t2i and.
1NL 3. SACHS'
530 Fort St, - - Honolulu.
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
WHAT IS HOME
Col. Ito's official report of the
nnalnl tAtii u'na nncautimir w ki
i,ri.,nii, w. ft. Iriuin frnrn Rn ' capture of the Pjscadore Islands I
Francisco to-day, ou a vacation for
Tho Woman's Board of Missions
will hold a special meeting Monday
at 2:30 p. m. at Central Uniou
Church to hear tho reports from
Tho Charity Army Sunday-schools
and Ilov. V. W. Djiuou'h Chinese
pupils will parade tho st roots to
morrow (Sunday) moruiug. These
parades will occur every Sunday
Tho Farad iso of tho Pacific for
April has a portrait of President
Dole aud views of Waiakea river,
Honolulu (birdsyOand Oahu prison,
Its readiug matter is ropleto with
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
aisnes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonetto.
George Westfall, au artist of some
repute, arrived on tho S. S. Arawa
to day from the Coast. The artist
who intends locating hero is a
brother-in-law of E. N. Requa. Mr.
Wostfall is accompanied by his wife.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and oran maker and tunor, can fur
nish best factory references. Ordors
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
Many matters of weighty import
are discussed in the "Timely Topics"
of tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany to-day. Planters, farmers,
householders all havo au iutorest
in that column. Money is saved by
heeding Us pointers.
If you want jour watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you waut souvenir spoons, or any
thing iu the jewelry lino. H. G.
Biart, at C. Geitz'rtstorOjFortstroet,
is your man. no was ior leu
the praotical watchmaker for
uor & Co.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
epect. tho stock of Brown h Kuboy,
at No.-l, Masouio Temple; there you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
inilulu at the lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold ou weekly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a spocialty of rubber stamps.
says AlaKulg Uastie was not taken
until two engagements were fought.
Tho Chinese lost three killed aud
sixty prisoners. The Japanese lost
ouokilled and had sixteen wounded.
OIFT FKOM MBS. F03TBLB.
Tho Young Hawaiian' Institute the
Recipient of uu Ornament.
A special meeting of tho Young
Hawaiian' Institute was called for
yesterJay evening. Over twenty
members were present. They wero
agreeably surprised by tho appear-
anco in their iniot oi Mrs. ai. iu.
Foster, who presented tho institute
with a pen auu ink copy or. the fol
lowing verses nicely framed:
THE TIIOE MAM.
Toko thou ro I lion; lit for aught save right
lfe holdi for flncr mioIh no eqnnl judge:
Honor ami wealth aro bauhlta to tie)
And plrnnnra flloi ou .swift r wljg thnu
If In thy tienrt thou nearest Hoods of hell,
IIioukIi all men miillo, jet ht shall bo
TboiiKh all men frown, if truth and right
Take thou no thought for might, for all li
well. Louib Monr.lM.
She then addressed the bovs, ex
horting them to study up the mean
ing of the lines and try to follow
and live up to it.
Vice-president Coelho mado a few
appropriate remarks, acknowledging
the receipt and thankiug tho donor
for her kind remembrance. As she
was about to retiro tho boys saug
"Aloha Q" After sbakiug hands
with all the boys she withdrew. Mr.
Coelho then called the mooting to
order, when the committee on the
constitution submitted rovised proof
copies of the document, which was
read section by section and, with a
few slight ameudmouts, passed to bo
printed. Two now members wore
In dir Y. M. O. A. Hall
am Ostorsonntag, don 14 April,
urn 11 Uhr Vormlttaus.
Every onco in a whilo we
have something that we feel
like making a run on ; not be
cause wo aro overstocked, but
because wo recognize good
valuo in tho goods for the
WHITE AND ORBMH
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WIIITK AND CRKME
COTTON DUESS GOODS.
We find it pays us to often
let wich goods go for loss
than tho nmrket price; it
brings trade and gives general
satisfaction to buyers.
This week and until Eanttr
wo aro going to offer
WHITE AND CKEMB
COTTON DUESS GOODS,
AVIIITK AND GREMK
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great temperance beverage is pre
eminently a homo requisite for homo making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. The genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy nnd gives the grown
up folks tho vigor of youth. It's a real homo
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
K3?" One Package makes 5 Gallons of a
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
at 15 cents a yard.
Wo havo always sold this
same lino of goods at 25 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 our offej.
New goods and good goods.
B. P. EIILKRS & CO.
you ure out of Hill Heads, tetter
Heads, etc., we un aujiply them.
ON SATURDAY AKrEItKOON THE
flth lint., a Small l'arcei of Fancy
Work, hHTlnit a Uod Thimble within,
maik il "M. A. K." Kinder plie return
to the liULLivriN Oflli'e and reeeive roward.
A QITAItTEllLY MEETING OF THE
V. Hoiiul of 'ini'tti-s ef the QmtKN'tf
Hospitw. will ba Iim'iI st tn Hoom of the
Olinmb-rof Coniiner o u WKDNKSIIAY,
thu 17ih ilnv uf April, at 10 o'c.ock a. m.
v F. A. S0UAEKEK,
Honolulu, April U, lb91 IUI f-3t
uonsE Kon sale.
i mht hay urn.
l-i 111; Ilo'fce, (;yod
hIzvi! mill hIkiWv aiiiiuul,
fur mlo. Also a uooj
MK3. C. W. ASllKOItli,
13C0-H Near Ico Works.
Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado
only by tho Ciiaklks E. Hikes Co. Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I And a groat relief in drinking ynnr Root Dcor, as I havo
been troubled with dybpcpriia, anil should feci very horry if I
could not keep myeolf supplied with it. I drink it when it ia
formcntcd.U. '. b'corr, l!51i) Meredith tit., 1'hihidclphia, I'u.,
U. S. A."
"I havo used your Root Uccr for over a year, and I find it
not only a hcalihtul beverage, but it stimulates tho stomach, I
uso so much of it that I buy it by the dozen ut u timo Jno. 0,
l.EhTKK, Primary School, No. t), 99th St. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y.
City, U. B. A."
Hodrox Drug Comiany WholcBalo Druggisti
Benson, Smith & Company u
Hollistek Druq Company, Ltd. .. . "
Lewis & ConANY GrooerB
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.