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THE DAILY BULLETIN, AIMHL 17. 1895.
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1,000. AUl WSVtVKjM. VKWH i
Eic-Goverunr A. S. CleKhorn in
eonfinoil to u!a home with tho grip.
Oenrgo II. Fniroliild of Koalla, i
Kituai, was a tiassengnr by tho Jatnen
Makoo thin morning.
Squad 8, Citizftin' Guard, will
moot at 7:!K) o'oliM-k thi ovoiuur at
tho O. It A L depot.
N. S. Sachs tells why hi store is
thronged. Tho attraction is season
able goods at tho right prices.
Work has been bi'guti on Mr.
Carly's nor.- Hvery stable, cornor of
Moruhaut and Jtiohaub stroutH.
President Dolt) did not return
from Kauai ou the steamer James
Mak'io this moruiup a uxpootud.
Kor. Alex. Mackintosh left by tho
Bteamor Innluui for Kauai yester
day Ho expects to return Sunday
James F. Morgan will hold an
underwriters' sale of corrugated
iron at H. Hackfeld & Co.V yard at
10 o'clock to-m rrow.
Inmates of tho Queeu's Hospital
will b. regaled with imiaio by tho
Government band from 3 to 6
o'clock to inorro.v afloruoon.
, Make no cuuagomout tint w ill
keep you from Capt. Cochrano's sec
ond loclur. for tho benefit of the
lepors baud, next Saturday evening.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol i
nd Nuuanu Htroots, lodging by day, I
Veok or mouth. Terms: 25 and 60
cents pir utuht; l and l.2i ir
No ou is allowed to sit on tho
post oQlco utep.i now. This will do
away with a pood deal of annoyance
caused by loafer sitting in front of
post ofllce boxes. V
Tho Woman's Exubauge on King
street is now open forJbusiuens. A
toothsome lunch sentto tho editor
to-day is gratefully .acknowledged.
The pumpkin pie was delicious.
Don't forget thej social of tho Sous
of St. George on next Monday even
iug, St. George's Eve. Ticket for
lady and gentleman, $1, which can
be had at the Golden Hule Bazaar.
The notorious Ah On has gone to
hotel do Low for six mouths. Ho
stole a wheelbarrow from a country
man on the day the political prison
ers were shipped to Hawaii, and was
only seen with it tho other daj.
United Carriage Compauv's stand,
besidiw having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes Cue lively outfits at tho short
est notieo good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. K B.irrnoa, practical piono
and orgnu maker and tuner, cun fur
nMi bef.t fn"tory references. Ordeis
left t HawwioD Sews On. will re
ceive prompt uueutiou. All oih
guaranteed to tVi wri m dote,
Sequah still speaks nightly at the
Beretania-street armor r. Victims of
rheumatism should uot fail to give
him a hearing. This evening tho
Portuguese baud will play at the
lecture, and tho Quintet Club to
Samples of Japanese brick are
ahowu in a store on King, noar Nuu
anu, street. The bricks aro smaller
than tho American standard, but
seom to be of good texture. Some
builders who have seen them do not
think they will find a market here.
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvouir spoons, or any
thing iu the jewelry lino. H. G.
Biart, at 0. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. lie was for ton years
the practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
Michael Davitt, the famous home
ruler, will shortly visit Australia,
aud will return homo by way of Stn
Francisco. Irishmen in Honolulu
will thereforo havo an opportunity
of sfoing their distinguished coun
try in an and perhaps gel ting speeuh
Lieutenaut Ernest Reuken of tho
mounted patrol was busy to day se
lecting horses In the rear of J. I.
Dowsett's oflico for tho patrolmen
from a brood brought from Dow
sett's country ranch. Tho animals
have to bo in firstclass condition aud
stand a cortaiu height. Tho patrol
men bur their own animals and thoir
Wray Taylor, socrotary of the
Bj.ird of Immigration, is going to
tho Coast by an early steamer for a
month's vacation. For fifteou years
Mr. Taylor has tolled vigorously n
a tumspaper teporter aud then as a
Govern moil t clerk, all tho timp at
tending to tho duties of organist iu
St. Aiulrow'd Cathedral, aud taking
a vory active part in various musical
organizations. None of his numer
ous circle of frioudH will grudge' him
' his well-earned respite from toil.
Ohangd of Ward Fe s Report of i
Tho quarterly meeting of tho I
board of trustees of the Quoou's
Hospital was held this morning in
tho chamber of commerce. '
A resolution of condolence was
passed on tho death of Charles L. '
Carter, who was a member of the
board, and it was decided that a let
ter be addressed to the family con
veying the heartfelt sympathy of
John Ena was elected to tho
vacancy to servo tho balance of the
term as trustee. '
It was votid that a daily rate of,
$1 25 bo charged ward patients for
thoir unintenance. This will take
effect from tho first of May.
C. P. Iaukea, Tom May aud CM.
Cooke were appointed as a visiting
Tho physicians' quarterly report,
which is appended, was nccoplod:
Honolulu, March 31, 1895. (
To the Tnuteei of the Qwen'n Hospital: i
Gentlemen: We havo tho honor i
to present the following report for I
tho four mouths ending March 31,
1895. Tho number of patients at
present in the Horpital is 05, viz : 32
llawaiians (20 male, 12 females), 2 ,
Chinese, 3 Japanese, and 2tf of other I
nationalities; 30 paying.
The number of admissions during ,
tho four months was I8S, viz : 83 Ha- i
waiians (59 malos, 29 females), 9
Chinese, 15 Japanese, aud 70 of
Discharged 180, viz.: 99 Hawaiians
S65 males, 81 females), 9 Chinese, 18
lapaueso and 51 of other national
ities. Deaths 11, viz: 7 Hawaiians (G
males, 1 female), 3 Japanese and lof
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Abscess of kneejoiu', embolic
pneumonia, enteric fever 1, general
paralysis 1, gunshot injury of brain
1, injury to spinal cord . 1, intestinal
hemorrhage 1, pericarditis 1, perito
nitis 1, pneumonia 3, remittent fever
1, tuberculosis 1.
Of the above 2 died w ithin twenty -four
hours and G within 3 days of
a The highest number of indoor pa
tients was 75, lowtfst 53, daily aver
no G2. Numbor of prescriptions,
Tho number of patients treatod in
the Hospital has been 452, viz : De
cember, 1891, 121; January, 1895,
105; Fcbruarj-, 110; March, 113.
C. B. Wood,
Ciias. B. CoorEB,
SENTENCE FOB EX COR I ION.
Ex-Offleor Farkor is Hauled Up
Again and Gobs to Jail
George I. Parker, the board of
health agent who was discharged
from custody yesterday afternoon,
was re arretted latT for extorting
$25 from a Japanese while acting as
agent for tho governmont. Parker
was tried in the District Court to
day, found guilty as charged, aud
sentenced to three months' impri
sonment at hard labor. He noted
an appeal. Parker's defeuso was
that he sold the woman a bed for
which she paii him $3 That was
all the money that passod between
Another Japnnese woman, how
ever, seems to have been a witness
to the extortion aud the case was
considered by the court as'piovod.
Hearing in Fqulty Bankruptcy of
Kwong Hop Lung Oo
Elizsboth Moorhead vs. David
Dayton, trustee, and others, was
argued and submitted before Judge
Cooper to day. Hartwell for plain-
tin; Kinney lor uelenciaut.
Befor Judge Cooper four credi
tors proved claims against Kwong
Hop Lung Co.. bankrupt, amouit
iug to $2821.72, and the creditors
having failed to elect an assignee,
the Court appointed William Good
ness of Wailuku as such under $500
DUH1NO MY ADSI:K0K FltOM T1IK
Jlawuliaii Island", Mr Walter M.
Qlllaal will act (or mo In nil matters u(
bundles), umlor lull iiouer ot attorney
WM. Q IKtt IN
Honolulu, April 4, lR'JA U!-2w
JL preQilurii mtuste
taut uWe of tho old
ulnvuround. ( irnu rlv
I i(ed hv A. Garlcnlxirir. Ksn.
inuu aro modern mid commodious and the
. spacious t-roiuuls are .Id otil In fruit mid
I orimmonUtl t'es, hnsy terms to n ileal
I bio tenant. For further particulars pleibo
I apply to BKUtJK UAKTWlUOHr.
4 XWVl J-. !
on the C,TVj
Every onco in a while wo
have something that wo feel
like nuiking a ran on ; not be
cause wo are overstocked, but
b-cauae we recognize good
value in tho goods for the
WHITE AND CllfCMK
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
COTTON DItESS CfOODS.
We find it pays us to often
let Mich goods go for less
than the mnrkct price j it
brings trade tind gives geiH-ral
satisfaction to buyers.
'1 his week and until East r
wo aro going to offer
WHITE AND GKKME
COTTON DUESS GOODS,
WHITE AND CKEME
COTTON DHESS GOODS,
at 15 cents a yard.
Wo havo always sold this
same lino of goods at 23 cents
a yard. We know of nothing
that will make up prettier for
Easter and aro s ttisficd that
if you will only look at somo
of tho patterns, you will ap
preciate our offor.
New goods and good goods.
B. P. KIILKRS & CO.
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bo tho finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
JACQBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. 0. Hox 2H7.
Daily Bulletin 50 cmii per month.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
At the Right Prices
IMIINTKI) MUSLINS mid CltlNKLKH MULLS-Can't hlp butattrnst;
tbey nto new, not a'one In Material but also In Patt-inu.
1'IUNTT.I) nnd SOLID COLOR COTTOV DDOK-in Crenni. White mid
hern In prcty I'olo Ujti and 8trlpes. There's ear: Ihoro'iEtylo
and only 20cls a yard.
ORINKLKORKl'ONSandKAN'OY HKESS OIN'OHAMS-ln Slrh.fs and
l'ln'ds, fait colors; 8 yiirds for )t.
lMIINTBD IRISH I AWNS nnd PRINTED I)IMlTtE8-ln tho Utest
MIKNOH PRIVTKD PBKrM.K'-lii pretty Stripes and Flqnre; lust
tho tiling for Lndics' Shirt Waists.
Art Denim ! Arl Denim !
A nlco Iln in Odd und Proltv Shades, the most r-orvlcrablo nint-rlid for
overinfi Onthloni, IMInws, O'c. Thoy are Washable und they car. Don't
fail to i tc thrin
INT. 23. SACHS,
5SO lort St -
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great temperance beverage is pre-,
eminently a homo requisite for homo making,
and home drinking. It makes you feel bettor
and do better. Tho genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the growti
up folks tho vigor of youth. It's a roil home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
KS Ono Packngo makes 5 Gallons of a
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
K3r Aak your btorckceper for it. Made
only by the Chaulhs E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"1 find a Rront relief in drinking your Root Doer, an I have
been troubled with dyspepsia, und should fiol ery Horry if I
could not keep myself supplied with it. I drink it whun it is
fermented. It. . hcorr, 2510 Meredith St., riiiladilphiu. IV.
U. S. A." !
"I huvo used your Koot Deer for over ii jenr, und I find it
not only u heulihlul beoruge, but it stimulates tho stomurh. I
uao eo much of it that I buy it by tho dozen ut u limn Jno. 0.
Lkstkii, Primary School, No. 0, 00th St. Cor. 2d Ao., N. V.
Oity, U. 8. A."
HoimoN Drug Company...' Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
Hollistkk Drug Company, Ltd. .. . "
Lewis & Company Grxyer
The Favorite Gnrney ,
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
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THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOIIT ST11EHT, HONOLULU.
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