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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APKIL 26, 1895.
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BTKALINO FROM A VESSEL.
t.OOAL AND UKNKRAl NXWB.
TTonn Ac Co. lmvn manufactured
an attractive screen for Dr. Stangen-! B"k Sumra Buffers Loss From
wald. i tsneaK m moves
Tho Grflt Ibsuo of tho new wookly
paper, "Tho Times," will eotuo out
Tho Jnpntiono rosidouf.fi aro tnakjnj:
, groat preparations for thoir coming
- Tho men at tho Eioxutivo build
ing barracks indulge in games of
Tho jurymen were notified to day
that tho May term tvill not open
until the 7th.
Vida Thrum will order sovornl t
dozen of thu, famous Lally sticks for
tho laorosso club. j
Thoso hats for 'Joe. are just tho
thing for bathing or garden uso; at '
Sachs', Tort street. j
.1 imn V. Mnrunn will hold n
mortgagee's sale of proporty to-morrow
nt his salo'rooni.
Thero is a meeting of tho Board of
Immigration, to consider tho labor
question, this attornoou.
Harry Juon has written to tho
Government requesting permission
to rot urn to this country.
The Hawaiian Council, American
Legion of Honor, has postponed its
regular meeting utilil next Friday.
Ah On was fined $L to-day in the
District Court for riding a bicyclo
without a light. Tho fiuo was paid.
Sevoral noisy youngsters on Fort
troet wero arrested yesterday, look
ed up in the dark coll and later re
leased. Captain D, McNeill, master of the
barkentino Irmgard, brought his
wife aud family with him on the
voyage from Peru.
Sequih's lecture on India was
greatly appreciated, and a fuller no
tice will appear later. To-morrow
evening he will lecture on Java.
There will be a temperance enter
tainment at the Y. M. 0. A. hall
this evening. An attractive pro
gram that will be sure to pleaso, will
Elisa Claessens, the girl wife, ap
peared in Court to-day to auswer to
a charge of assault and battery on
her husband. The case was heard
Tho Homeric tableaux recently
given by Mrs. Frear and her reading
club will be repeated to-night in the
Y. M. 0. A. hall. A musical pro
gram will also be presented.
Tho evening program at (ho con
ference for Christian workers will
bo addresses by Rev. Douglas P.
Birnie on "Personal Work," and by
Dr. Harris on "Tho Holy Spirit."
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at the call of "290," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonotte.
G. K. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All-work
guaranteed to h the arbf dnn
Henry Smith, clerk of the Judi
ciary Department, was presented
with a son and heir to-day, but, ow
ing to the tyranny of officialdom in
the tropics, could not tako tho sun
and air, having to act as intorpretor
in a land partition oase.
Two of the Japaneso who wore in
jured recently in an explosion at
Waianae have recovered and return
ed home. The other two are still
in a precarious condition. If ever
tho men recover there is a slight
possibility of each saving one eye.
If you want your watoh repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jowelry line. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. He was for ten years
the practical watchmaker for Wen
ner & Co. ft
"W. H. Rico of Kauai arrived on
tho steamor Keauhou this morning.
He brought with him fifteon horses
which wore to bousod by tho mount
ed patrol. Only five, however, came
up to specified requirements aud tho
remainder will have to bo sent back.
Frank Shopardnou, an onginoor on
the Southern Pacific Uy., who rosidos
at Los Angeles, Cal., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
Ho wastroated by several physicians,
also visited tho Hot Spriugs, but ro
ceived uo permanent relief until ho
used Chambolain's Paiu Balm. Ho
Bays it is tho best medicine in the
world for rhoumatiim. For sale by
all dealors. BeiiBon, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho bark Sumatra, belonging to
tho firm of Wilder & Co. and which
is lying alongside tho Kaimiloa, was
depredated on Tuesday and Wed
nesday evenings. Captain A. O,
Benjimiu, who hat charge of tho
bark, had been invited to dinner on
another vessel, and left the Sumatra
without a watchman. When ho re
turned ho found a lot of rope and
On Thursday evening, when Cap
tain Benjamin came on deck, he
fotiud that a black boat with three
oars belonging to the vessel had
boon stolen. Thero is no clew to
tho perpetrators of all this thievery.
Early this morning tho captain of
tho German bark J. C. Glade re
ported threo of his crow missing.
They had takn French leavo and
tho captain olio rod $20 reward for
tho arrost of each boy. Tho dotec
tivos suspect that theo same boys
stole tho boat. Their names aro
George Snunmoyor, H. Ludko and
Leonard iloirmau. A. ilawkshaw
has been detailed on tho case.
OSTRICH AT SEA.
Cno of Oharllo Cooke's Big Birds'
Takes to tho Water.
On tho lat trip of tho steamer
Mikahala uiuo ostriches, formerly
belonging to tho estate of tho late
Dr. Goo. Trousseau, purchased by
C. M. Cooko aud others, were ship
ped to Kauai. The birds were to be
taken to land owned by W. H. Rico.
When the steamer reached Kauai
they wero in good condition. In
landing the birds, ono fell into the
sea and a boat went after it. It was
recovered and taken ashore with the
The following morning, Wednes
day last, this samo bird escapad from
the flock and got to tho seashore
Tho creature was seen to plunge
into the surf and swim out to tea.
Several people watched the bird as
it went out. Eyewitnossea state that
it looked like a sea serpent when
afar off. Nothing has beon seen of
the bird since.
Tho Hawaiitn Sugar Co. have de
clared a first dividend of two per
cent payable June 1. It is expected
the total output for this season will
be nearly twelve thousand tons.
rpHK CAPTAIN AND AOKNTS OK
L tho llritllh ship "Troop" will not he
responsible for debts contracted without
their written order.
WM O. JItWIN &. CO.. L'o.
1321 .'It Agents ship ' troop."
FOR UABH 1 HOUSE,
Harness Mid II rake.
Hor-e Is lUwai'an h ed,
broken to saddle and
harners, thoroughly Ken
do and tame. A bargain,
Address "B ."
DKAFT NO. 494 FOR 110 DRAWN
by the Union Mill 'o of Kohala on
T. 11 Davlos fc Co. to tho order nf Lahnpa
Kb hit-. Draft was lost near Illshop &, Co.'s
bank. I'aynioht has be-n stopped. Kind
er will please return to this olllce.
From Vancouver per S. S. "Warrimoo"
- FOlt BALK AT THE -
Metropolitan Meat Market
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Everything in tho Electric
Kg- RofVrs to E.O.ILill &
Son, win ro orders may bo loft.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Is the Attraction?
Did yon notice that wo
made no montion of the ar
rival of the goods purchased
for us by Mrs. Freimann
while on her recent trip EnstV
Thero was a reason for it
and ft simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You Knew and everybody
ele knew that we were going
to bring something into this
market that was now and
catchy. Thero was no n cd
to advertise it, tho judicious
buyers of Honolulu witch the
arrival of our goods, they
know that if there it anything
nice to be had wo get it, in
fact that wo set the pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the rogultr run, we aro going
to make a hole in our pile of
Comforters ! !
While tho counters loaded up
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Colored Coiton Ducks,
Pique, Pique, Pique, -
will also be an attractive
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Sptcial Poctori far Chronic,
Yli'iiie nnd nailing
Dr I.leblg's Invlirorator the greatest re
medy for Btm!nal Weakness, Loss of Min
hood and Private Dlsfosfs, ovorcitiiPB l'ru
mntureness mid prepares nil for murrlae
life's duties, pleaiiiri-s and resonsllltltlcs,
$1 trial boitio given or bent fre to any one
describing symptoms; call or address 400
deary HU, private entrance 405 Mason St.,
Han Frnurlsro. lti.1-3.1iy
mr At the Right Prices
OUR NKW LINT, OF
PRINTED MUBMN8 and OIIINKI.KD MULLS-Can't help but attract;
they aro now, not nlono in Material but nlso In Patterns.
1'RINTBI) and SOLID COLOR COTTON DUOK-in Cream, Whlto and
Kcril, in pretty Polo Dots nnd Strides. There's wear; there's style
and only 'JOcts, n yard.
OKIKKLKUKKPONS and FANCY DUKS3 GINGHAMS-ln Stripes and
Pla'ds, fast colors; 8 yards for$l.
PRINTED IRISH LAWNS nnd PRINTED DIMITIES-In tho latest
KUENt'H PRINTED PBROAI.EH-ln pretty Stripes and Figures; just
the thing for I.adl-5' Shirt Waists.
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nice Ilnn In Odd and Protty Shades, the most serviceable material for
civerlng Cushions, IMlows, etc. They are Washable and they wear. Don't
fall ti see them.
520 K'ort St - - HorLol-ULlix
WHAT TS HOME
HIRES' ROOT REER?
This great temperance beverage 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 the children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of youth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
One Package makes 5 Gallons of a
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by tho Ciiarlks E. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I rind a groat relict in drinking your Root Boor, as I have
boon troubled with dyspepsia, and should feel very sorry if I
could not keop niyeolf supplied with it. I drink it when it ia
fermented. It. K. rJcorr, 2519 Meredith St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
U. S. A."
"I havo used your Root Beer for over a year, and I ilnd it
not only a hcalthtul beverage, but it stimulates the stomach. I
uso so much of it that I buy it by tho dozen at a tinio. Jmo. 0.
Lkstkr, Primary School, No. U, 09th St. Cor. 2d Ave., N. Y.
City, U. 8. A."
Hobron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
Hollibter Drug Company, Ltd.. .. " "
Lewis & Company Grocer
Yon do not find tint In your
WebsterT Why? Ut cause It Is
a new word, lint It wll be
found with 17ft,000 other new
words aud phrases in the . .
, (.000 Illustrations 1 lOCo'ored Plate I
I New Quotations! New Features!
f ttt For further Information address
a ir T-i-rr t.i ......
A. W. jV AiNCJ, AgiiUl,
1318-lm Honolulu Post Office.
The Favorite Gurney ...
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. LTD,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.