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THE DAILY iiULLETiN, APKIL 20. 1895
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jt.oiAL A,iU 08WKHAX. fKWfl I
The bim'bnll Reason
wok. from lo day.
u upon a
Don't miFs tho lantern pictures in
tho drill shod this evening.
Sous of St. Georgo social and
dance ou Monday owning.
Labnp Krtbuo advertises tho lo.s
of a draft in the vicinity of Bishop
At Uo.'a bank.
Nino paougors roturnpd from tbo ;
volcano by the btoimer Kinati
The Oobcrnmunt bind will givo
its rojnilnr concert at Emma Squaro
Tho boat lauding is packed with
natives uniting for liotts to take
thorn on board the Philadelphia.
Ah Son was sentenced to pay a
fitio of SIB in tbo District Uourt to
day for n?.ault nnd
battery on '
Judge W. A. Whiting and Deputy
Attoruoy-General Kohertsou return
ed from Hawaii by tho steamer Ki-
Meohauics' Home, corner
Hotel ! 'i
and Nuuauu stroots, lodging by day,
weok or month. Terum: 2!i and fiO
cents per night; fl nnd fd.2" jntr
Mouibun of tho Yu.ttig IfuwuiinnR
Institute) by request will render Ha
waiian souks during tho storeopti-
cou lecture at the drill hod this I
Rov. O. P. Emerson will load tho I
meeting at tho Young Men's Uhris-
at 0:30 o'clock.
Topic "Dangor of
Viggo Jacobton, the pen artist, is
on a lour of tho inland. This morn
ing Mr. Jacobseu was at Waikane.
Ha oxpects to Im) back in town the
lattor end of next week.
United Carriago Company's stand,
besides having superior backs al
ways ready at the call of "290," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at the short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation will hold their anniversary
service at Ceutrnl Union Church
to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev. Douglas P. Diruie will address
the young men.
The U. S cruiser Philadelphia is
open for inspection this afternoon
uutil 5 o'clock. Tho ship's boats aro
busily engaged tramporting visitors
ou board. The flagship bind is
playiug on board.
Ah Sin was ai rested this forenoon
for having a quantity of lead in his
possession ami not giving a satisfac
tory accounting whoro he got tbo
same. Tho Chinamau said he was
trying to sell the Btuff.
Thorn will be no Sunday evening
servico at the First Methodist Epis
copal Church, iu order that the pas
tor and tuomhers mar join in the
annual service of the Y. M. O. A. iu
Central Union C hutch at 7 SO.
The Kilohana Art League will
proceed at once with work on the
skylight, and stags iu their new quar
ters. The league is to be incorpor
ated. Members an already making
preparation" for lh Mav exhibition.
Rov. M. C. xiurritt, D. D., presid
ing elder, will preach the fiirt an
nual missionary sermon to the First
Methodist Episcopal Church on
Sunday, 11 a. in. Dr. Harris was a
missionary iu Japan from 1873 to
O. U. Harrison, practical piano
ud organ maker and tuner, nau fur
nish best factory refereuees. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-
ooivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to it-the shiii don
A Japanese laborer belonging to
Waiuaku plantation diod ou tho
steamer Kiuau at Kawaihae and was
taken ashoro aud buried. The man
was sick when he boarded tho
steamer and was coining to Hono
lulu for treatment.
V. V. Ashford was about town
yesterday in a hack attending to his
business. A special oflicer accom
panied Mr Ashford. He spent some
time in his oliice arraugiug his
papers. It is understood Mr. Ash
ford will loave by the S. S. Australia
If you want your watch repaired,
If you waut jowolry made up ueatly.
IT you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry lino. II. (i. I
BUrt, at U. GerU' store, Fort street,
is your man. He was for ton years
the practical watchmaker for Wu li
ner & Co. !
Tho "Higlilnud Drtiu-it" will bo
thesubject of Prof.Stoeckle's phono
graph and kiuctescopo exhibition
to-day. The instrument is ou oxhi- j
bitiou iu Mr. Ramsay's caudy storo
ou Hotel street, opposito tho Elite
Ico Cream Parlors.
A private letter to Dr. Goto from
' Kalaopoim paves "Mr. Bahoock and
M8, nBrptir gHt Innrri0d today.
Moth look Gn. thnuk to your modi-
oino. It has raiued for a week.
Your patioutn aro doing well. Mr.
Uapoonoi is around again. He is at
home at No. 1 on tho road."
About thirty-two member of tho
native police under Sanior Captiiu I
Parker liad drill on Pahce r quant
this morning. Aftor going through
I lin tt fT.imitl itiSKftirif I rwtl itu I Ink
comp)iny ,vero ,uaiCbcd out King
street to Alapai street and down
Berotauia stroit. The mon marched
BI.INDFD BY DVNAMtVE.
Frr-tnaturo Kxplostou Uausus Injuries
to Four Hpo. ',
Throo Japanese lHborrs arrived
in town liv an earlv train this morn-
; - - -- -.' . . ... ..
lng from WMiauao. iwooi the men i
presented a terrible sight, tlieir i
faces being a mass oi torn IKmi.
They weto mot at tho depot by n
police oflicer, who ha i lhm driven i
in a hck to the Queen's Hopita1. '
Tho two men aro not expected to I
The .Inrw worn iniured vmlortlir !
by a premature oxplosion of 'giant, j
powder. Tint men were engaged ,
blasting on the line of tho Waianae
osteiiMou Thrwi charges had been
put iu, nnd every lime a chirgo .
exploded it went straight in the air. '
A fourth charge was inoerted and to
,nnije Mlro that it would do
work intended two of tho Japs
Kn hammering it down w ith a crow-
bar. Tho dyuamilo exploded and
the men who were workiug with the
crowbar were struck ou thefaco and
thrown quite a distanco away. The
two other Japs were knocked down
by the shock, escaping with bruises
about the body. The first two were
blinded and had to be carried home.
A carriage was procured later and
the men were taken to tho train and
brought to town this morning.
JOHN AND BIB TRICKS.
A. Chinaman Tries to Fasa Anothai
Man'i Tax Receipt a But Own.
A Chinaman giviug the name of
Lee Peng was committed for trial
by District Magistrate Perry this
morning, for trying to pas-s another
uian'H tax receipt as his own. Loe
Peng was arrestd about a month
ago for not paying his porsonal taxs.
Soon after friends came to his. as
sistance and ''ponied up." The
man was released. A few days later
Pent: called at tbo Tax Oliice and
wanted Mr. Shaw to refund Ins ' , TT , , , , ,,
monW- He also hsd an old tax ro-1 buyew of Honolulu Watch the
ceipt made out in Ching Ying'a . flr,.;vai 0r onP p-onrla fl...,
name. The man claimeQ that Ching ! anivai ol our gooa8 " J
Ying was his right name. Mr. Shaw
refused to refund the money until
after ho had made due investiga-
tion. Two of the Chiutso clerks of
the Tax Ofllco went detailed to find
Ching Ying but were unable to lo
cate him. They found, however,
where the real Ching Ying was em
ployed. Peng was endeavoring to
pass another uuu'h receipt as hia
V. A. Kinney. oouubhI for defend
ant, excepted to the ruliug donying
to discharge defendant and noted
an appeal to tho Supremo Court on
points of law.
Wasn't in tbe Empire.
You stated in last ovoniug's issuo
of tho Bulletin, that the woman
Piikoi was struck ou tho head with
a bottle by Emalia iu the Empiro
saloon, The statement U false. Tho
women above mentioned was not in
tho Empire, aud to my kuowlodge
was uot ou the promise.
E. N. REiUA.
Manager Empiro saloou.
Honolulu, April 20, 189S.
1TVRAKT NO. 491 FOIt HO
FOIt '0 DRAWN
U by the Union Mill . uf Kohala on
T. II. l)avlei it Co. to the outer ot Lilmp
Kuhue. Draft was lost ucar lllsbop A Uo.'s
bank. I'uymout has beii stopped. Kind
er will plcuiu lot urn to this cilice.
In drr Y. M. C A. Hall
uio 11 Uhr Votmlttaga.
On Exhibition To-day
RAMSAY'S CANDY STORE, ,
r-IK1F.BVOKiKI.Ewlll l In -nt- ,
IukImiio with n new lotol l.uiLbt lleior.ia,
jabt rocolT.il iruni tliy KjjL Mil). It j
Did you notico that we
made no mention of tho ar
rival of thii goods purchased
for us by Mity. Fheimann
whili on her recent trip KaetV
There -was a iviihoii for it
and a tmnplc enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You knew and everybody
el-e knew that we were going
to bring something into this
market th.it was new and
catchy. There- was no med
to advertise it, the iudicious
know that if there is anytliing
nice to bo had wit get it, in
faet th -t wo set tho pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the reguhr run, wo arc going
to make a hole in our pile of
COMKOIITEIIS ! !
While the counters loaded up
Colohkd Cotton Duckh,
Coi.okkii Coito.v Ducks,
PlQUK, PiQUK, PlQtfK,
will also be au attractive
B. F. RULERS & CO.
Yon do not find thit In your
Wfltstor? Why? HicauHoltla
a new word. Hut It wil ho
fonnd with 17f,000 other new
wurdt aud phranen In tho . .
CICO IlludtratloMol IliCoored l'luto-!
New Quutatloiibl K.vv I'caturct !
! gjf For furthur Inforiuntlon Lildreirf
( A. W. EVANS, Agent,
1318-lm lluiiolult l'ont Ulllcu.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Is the Attraction?
B2r At the Right Prices -33
ouit m:w i.ini: ov
PWINTKD MI1SMN8 nml CltlNKI.KTt MUU.S-Cnn't hlji but attract;
they nttt new, uot none in Mntcrliil but nNj in Putt-rns,
PItlNTKI) nml SUbll) 0OI.OR COTTON' DUCK-ln Crcim, Wlilln nmt
Kern In pre ty Polo D.its ami Strips. 'I licro'n wear; tliero'it etylo
ami only 'JOcls. a yu.
Cr.IN'KI.KCRKI'ONSPiiclKAN'nY HKKS3 QIN'UliAMS-ln Stripes and
l'la'ils, fait colon; 8 ynnls fur $1.
I'KINTI'.I) IRISH t.AV.NS nml PRINTED DIMITIES-In the latent
KKKNCII PIStN'TBI) PKlMJ.Vl.KS-ln pretty Sttltxn ami Figures jiit
thr tiling for iMi airn Wuuts.
Art Denim !
A. nlru I'ni In OiM ntnl l're'ly Plndc, the mo't to'vlenblo mutTlnl 'or
overlnc tlm'tlum, I'llluwc, o.u. Tlieyare Washable and they woir. Don't
fall t'i ceo tlirtn
IN?. 3. SACHS,
52Q Fort St - - ig:orLol-u.l-UL
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER ?
Thin greut temperance beverage is pre
eminently a homo requisite for home making
and homo drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. Tho genuine
makes the children happy und gives the grown
up folks the vigor of youth. It's a roil home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
13f One Package makes G Gallons of
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
Kgr H yur fitorekceper for it. Made
only by tho Ciiahlvs E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"1 thut a Kroat relief in drinking your Itoot Door, nx I have
bton troubled with dypepriiii, unit hIiouUI feel very Horry if
could not keep niybulf niiiilicd with it. I drink it when it in
fermented. 11. V. rjcorr, 251'J Meredith St., riiihidelnhia, Pa.,
U. 8. A."
"I liavo ueed your Hoot Deer for over a year, and I find it
not only a lictililitul beverage, but it utiiuiilutes tint stomach, I
tine ho much of it thut I buy it by tho dozen ut u time Jno. O.
Lbstkii, Primary School, No. 9, ODtli St. Cor. 2d Avo., N. Y.
City, U. 8. A."
Hobron Dnuo Company Wholesale Druggistt
Benson, Smith & Company ' "
Hollistku Drug Company, Ltd. .. . "
I Lewis & Company
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STItlSET, HONOLULU.
Art Denim !