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THE DAILY ..feOLLEtlN, APKIL 25, 1896,
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Tlie Loi Illma ball comes off to
night. A horse, harness and brake aro
ofTorod for salo.
Dr. Goto's household effects will
.Jw auctioned off nt 10 o'clock Mon
day, by Jns. P. Morgan.
' ' fimiad 8 is called to moot at tho
Rn'ormntory School this evening for
tho election of otllcurs.
In tho District Court today sou
t"iico was suspended in tho case of
S. Aliia charged with truancy.
Tho members of the Honolulu I
Fire Department aro wearing dark I
suit'. Tho red shirts have- been dis
A meotiiiK of Mnonio Temple
Squad of Citizens' Guard will be
held at 7 o'clock this evening in the
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
nud Nuuuuu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 60
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Association is working to make its
field meet on May 21 a success. It
; is expected thero will bo a half
The Loi Ilima ball will tako-place
this evening at Independence Park.
Special buese will convoy invited
Kucsts from the corner of King aud
Fort streets at 7:30 o'clock.
United Carriage Compauy's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
' Ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes Cue livery outfits at the short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Soth Rico, a twelvo-yoar old
Roholar attending Kauhiwela school,
has on exhibition in tuo window oi
tho Hobron Drug Co. an excellent
map of tho Hawaiian Inlands copiod
from a map issued by the company.
Master Woods created quite a dis
turbance at tho Salvation Army bar
racks yesterday oveniug by using
obnoxious language to the Salvation
Army men. No police were present
aud the fresh young follow got of
G. 11. Harrison, practical piauo
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
nish be.itaetory references. Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
. oeive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to b b name n done
A conference of those interested
iu Christian work will tako place
to-morrow afternoon aud evening in
" the Sunday school-room of Central
Union Church, commencing at 2:30
o'clock. Dr. Harris aud Rev. D. P.
Bimie will address the evening
If you want your watch repaired.
If you waut jewelry made up neatly.
If vnu want Rauvenirsnoons. or any
thing iu tho jewelry lino. H. G.
' Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
ner & Co.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonio Temple; there you
' will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Sequah announces in the adver
tising columns that he will to-night
' in the Armory hall, Beretania street,
give his audience the benefit of a
descriptive lecture upon the subject
of "India, its climate and its in
habitants." Ho will explain the
customs of a oountry wherein about
800,000,000 people resido. Sequah
having traveled through Tndia and
lectured in its chief towns, Bhould
be able to interest his hearers by ex
plaining the way such peoplo live,
haw they are governed, European
life and enjoyment in luuia, eta
Soquah promises, if such lectures
are appreciated here, he will speak
also of other parts of the world
where he has been this without
charge, admission free. We cortatn
ly advise all who wish to learn of
other parts of the world to go aud
1 listen to this much-traveled lecturer.
The statement that Lord Rose
bory has just read for tho first time
"Tom Browu's Schooldays," aud hi B
been so struck with it as to write to
its author to beg tho favor of a ape-
oial autograph copy, reminds the
world of Judge Hughes's existence,
which perhaps it was iu some dan
ger of forgetting. Tho accomplish
ed author of the groat college classic
is a near neighbor of Mr Kiinbor,
the member for Wandsworth, on
West-hill, Waudsworth, Euglaud,
and ho may ofteu be mot taking a
vigorous constitutional on tho ad
jacent Wimbledou Common.
HE IB A DAISY.
One of the Oreat Champions of Liber
ty and Good Government.
Teddy Gamble, according to tho
San Francisco Examiner, is "a brave
American lad." It was this same
Gamble who, with a gang of toughs,
visited the house of Joe Fern, term
ed by the San Francisco paper as "a
resort on tho outskirts of Honolulu."
Mr. Forn, in an interview with a
Bulletin roportor, stated that Gam
ble aud his companions, camo
to his houso aud ho entertained I
them, giving them plenty to eat aud j
drink. Shortly aftor midnight they J
became boistorous and he requosted
them to leavo. Gamble showed his ,
"American spirit" by pulling out a
pistol aud firing it in tho air. Fern
did not wish to have trouble, al
though he could and would have
thrashed tho "kid," but didn't. Tho
toughs left the houso after a while.
The next day friends of Forn, who
had witnessed tuo uoodlumism oi
the men, prevailed on him to get
out a warrant for Gamble's arrest.
This was done, but later Forn agreed
to hush up tho wholo affair. "Toddy"
Gamblo and his confederates were
"loaded" with tanglo-foot. His
"loyalty to freo principles" is ac
MUST HAVE LIGHTS.
Evan a Dotoctlvo Cannot Btdo With
Ex-detective Wagner was arrested
early yesterday evening on Nuuanu
street for driving on the streets
without a light. Wagner was accost
od by a policeman and asked why
ho didn't have a light on his brake.
Wagner replied that ho was a de
tective and did not need a light.
Tho officer asked Senior Captain
Farkor for instructions and Wagner
was arrested. He was later released
on $25 bail.
At the Station Wagner protested
agaiust his arrest, claiming that he
was a dotective and should be ac
corded some consideration, but ho
was locked up all the same.
Ah On, a halfcaste, was also ar
rested duriuK the evoning. Ho was
riding a bicycle without a light.
The man had a light, but it was
underneath his coat, and ho refused
to show it to the policeman.
The case of Wagner was nolle
pro'd in the District Court to-day,
aud Ah Ou's trial was postponed to
a future date.
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic will be pleased to
know that prompt relief may bo had
by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
iota quickly and can always bo do
ponded upon. In many cases tho
attack may be prevented by taking
this remedy as soon as the first indi
cation of tho disease appears. 25
ud 60 cent bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Advices from Jatuit states that
Mataafa and other Saraoan exiles are
in good health and are being well
treated by tho Germans. The only
food planted this past wet season
has been in the rebel districts, hence,
when a war breaks out again, the
Government supporters must rely
principally upon importing food for
Squad 8, Attention!
rpHEHE V'U.h UK A MEKTING OK
L Bciuad H. Citizens' Q.ard. at the He
formutory School nt 7:30 o'clock THI8
(Thursday) EVENING lor tho election of
a Lieutenant, Sergeant and Corporals. A
fall nttendance Is requested.
1323-U BY ORDER.
FOR OA8H 1 HORSE,
Harness and It rake.
Home Is Hawaiian bed,
broken to saddle and
harness, thoroughly Ken-
tie and tame. A bargain
Address "B ,"
DRAFT NO. 481 FOR 40 DRAWN
by the Union Mill Co of Kohala on
T. II. Davies its Co. to the order of Latmpa
Kahun. Draft was lost near Illshop A. Co.'s
bank. Payment has bon stopped. Find
er will pleaso return to this olllce.
From Vancouver per S. 8. "Warrimoo"
-FOR SALE AT THE-
Mfilrojiulitaii Meat Market
Did you notice that wo
made no mention of the ar
rival of the goods purchased
for us by Mita. Frkimann
wli'ilu on her recent trip East?
There was a reason for it
and a simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You Knew and everybody
cIhc knew that we were going
to bring something into this
market that was new and
catchy, Thero was no mod
to advertise it, the judicioiiB
buyers of Honolulu watch the
arrival of our goods, they
know that if there is anything
nice to be had wo get it, in
fact that we set the pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that aro just right.
This week, in addition to
the regular run, we are going
to make a hole in our pile of
Comforters ! !
While tho counters loaded up
Colored, Cotton Ducks,
Colored Cotton Duoks,
Piquk, Pique, Pique,
will also be an attractive
B. P. RHLBRS & CO.
Yon do not find that In your
Webster? Why? Because it is
a new word. Rat it will bo
found with 175,000 other new
words and phrases in the .
6000 Illustrations I 10 Colored l'latot I
New Quotatlonsl New Features
1 For further Information address
A. W. EVANS, Agent,
1318-tru Honolulu Post Olllce.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
3T At the Right Prices
-. OUU NEW
PRINTED MUSMNS ond CRINKLED SIUM.S-Can't help but attranti
they are new, not nlotio In Material but also in Patterns.
PRINTED and SOLID COLOR COTTOV DUOK-ln Cream, White nn.l
Ecru, In pretty l'olo Data Rnd Stripes TltcroV wearj there's style
and only UOcts. n yard.
CRINKLE OKKI'ONS and FANCY DIlKSS QINQHAMS-ln Strips and
I'lnMs, fast colors; 8 yards forfl.
PRINTED IRISH LAWNS and PRINTED DtMITIKH-ln tho laieM
FRENCH PRINTED I'ERCALES-ln pretty Strides and Flurei; Just
the thing for Ladles' Shirt Waists.
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nice Una in Odd and 1'rotty Similes, the most r-crvlrrabla nmtTfnl 'or
covering Cushions, Pillows, ate. They are Washable and they wear. Don't
fail to i-eo them.
1ST. &m 3
520 Fort St
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT REER?
This great temperance beverage is pre
eminently a home requisite for home making
and home drinking. It makes you feel bettor
and do better. The genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of yonth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
Ask your Htorckeeper for it. Made
only by the Ciiaklks E. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I find a great relief in drinking your Root Deer, uh I havu
been troubled with dyspepsia, and should feel very norry if I
could not keep myself supplied with it. I drink it when it is
fermented. R. F. rjoorr, 2519 Meredith St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
U. S. A."
"I have used your Root lleer for over a year, and I find it
not only a healthful hovernge, hut it HtimulateH tin stomach, I
use so much of it that I buy it by the dozen at a tintu Jno. O.
Lkstek, Primary School, No. 9, 99th St. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y.
City, U. 8. A."
J O B B IE R. S :
Hohron Drug Company. . .' "Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company " "
Hollibter Drug Company, Ltd.. . . " "
Lewis & Company Grocert
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
makes 5 Gallons of u