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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 27, 1896.
MOAX Kjrti OKNEKAI. NKWt).
The Qovornuient band will play
at EmrrM Squaro this afternoon.
Tho Bishop of I'anopolis returned
from Hawaii yostorday on tho W.
Tho Kawnialno Seminary girli
wero given tht'ir usual monthly out
Tho lncroso enthusiasls will send
to Victoria for Bticks at the earliest i
ThnT..ilnr Ti.iv KninU h.ivn emin
back to Mililnui Hall slnco it nan
- . .:. -v. .. . . "t
Tho Hawaiian dag is floating over j
E. S. Cunha's now building, "Tho
Republic," on King street.
J. G. Perry, a young Portuguese,
was lined S3 in the District Court
to-day for assaulting a woman with
Tho first game of baseball of
School League Fort St root vs. St.
Louis turned out in favor of St.
Louis. Score, 2G to C.
The eocond nine of tho Koyal
School defeated tho second niue of
tho Fort Street School-to day inja
baseball game by a score of 17 to 12.
Tho native polieo had drill this
morning. Skirmishing and not drill
wero performed. Tho men did not
scale tbo Kavvaiahao churchyard
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; SI and $1.25 per
Chas. Potter, a vagrant, will leave
th country. Sonteuce was suspend
ed by Judge Perry this morning
pending his departure for other
Tho household furniture of Dr. M.
Goto will be sold at auction by J. F.
Morgan at the residenco corner of
Kawaiahao lano nn Monday, at 10
Dr. Goto expects to leave for
Japan on tho 30th inst. The doc
tor does not expect to return. The
illness of his father hastens his de
parture. A Japaneso theatrical company
has been formed. The troupe will
give its first performance in tho
Hawaii Shimpo building on Nuuanu
street this evening.
Rev. M. 0. Harris, D. D., Presid
ing Elder, will preach the sermon
at the quarte;ly service of tho First
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day morning at 11 a. m.
Lawrenco Kip has been admitted
to the Hawaiian bar. He is a brilli
ant young man who mado his mark
in tho California courts, as proved
by the Reports of that State.
Dr. Geo. Huddy, the accomplished
young Hawaiian surgeon dentist,
is making a professional tour on
Hawaii. George is a credit to his
nativo country, and none can sur
pass him in dental work.
Sequah will speak on Java to
night, as intimated by him elso
where. He will wear the Burmese
costume. A brass band will be iu
attendance. Sequah's lectures are
drawing increasing crowds.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks 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.
Wm. O'Halloran is prepared to
furnish estimates at the lowest pos
sible rates. Since opening his shop
he has dono a large lot of work in
the building lino and hopes for a
continuance of the people's patron
age. G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
oeive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to b the nn done
"Enoyolopedio" is the torm invo
luntarily appliod to the New Stand
ard Dictionary upon even a casual
perusal. It has other features that
make it an indispensable requisite
of tho school, office and household.
See new advertisement in this paper.
The annual report of tho Yoko
hama Specie Bank, of which there is
au agoucy here, has been roceivod.
It shows a balanco of 589,120 yen for
the year, of which 13,000 yen has
been written oil for doubtful debts
and 50,000 you for remuneration of
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spoct the stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, MnBonio Templo; there you
will find tho largost variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry line. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
the practical watchmaker for Won
ner & Co.
"Teddy" Gamble demos to con
tradict n report which appeared in
llin TltTFT.rTtv nil TMitirmlntr. lfn anVd
ho did firo a shot in the air but it
was because ho wjh being chased by
j00 Fern. Gamble nlo says that
ho and his companions put up for
-ii 11... .i:..i.
all tho drinks.
Telephone Company Organized.
L. S. Almost, formerly superin-
tonJeut of the Mutual Company of
Honolulu, has promoted his Kona
aud Knu tolephono company to tho
stage of organization. At a meeting
of tho stockholders on tho 25th inst.,
the Kona Kau Telephone aud Tele
graph Company, Ld., elected the
following oillcers, nil well known in
dustrial majors and solid men: G.
O. iienitt, president; O. D. Miller,
vice-prcsideut; L. S. Aiinust, secre
tary and treasurer; M. F. Scott, audi
tor; C. M. Walton, Geo. Clark aud
E. 13. Burthrop, directors.
At Emma Square
Tho Government band will give a
concert at Emma Square this aftor
noon, commencing at -1:30 o'ulock.
Following is tho program:
Overture l'oter Schinoll Wither
Mrch-The My tlo Shrine Hoist
(iavotto ltliln Sound Latann
Uerulnlsci-ncei of Verdi Godfrey
Waltz Ultio Diiubo btrdUM
March A Jolly Stml-nt Fall r bach
Frank Shepardson, an engineer nn
the Southern Paoifio Ry., who resides
at Los Angoles, Cal., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
He was treated by soveral physicians,
also visited the Hot Springs, but re
ceivod no permanent reliof until he
used Ohambelain's Pain Balm. He
says it is tne best medicino in the
world for rheumatism. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Thero will be
no baseball game
MA.JE2.HST N WS
Batukpat. April 27.
Bttnr Mokolil from Molokal and Lariat
Batubdat, April 27.
Rktno Jane L Stanford, Johnson, for Port
Btmr Llkelike for Hawaii at 3 p m
Vessel Leaving Monday.
Btmr Iwalanl for Kauai at 5 p m
Sttur Keauhou for Ktiunl at 4 p in
tilrm Mokolll for Molokal aud Lanal at S
Stmr Walninnalo for ports on this Island
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
From Hawaii and Maui, per slmr W U
Hall, April Hlshop of t'anopolli. Itev
V H Kltcat, Father Leonor. T O WlIN, "
Wills, T May. b S Aungst, O MorrUsi, J
Richardson, Q K Smithies, Mrs Js Corn
weil, O U Kalleutyno, W H UornweK l II
Aiken, Mrs Dram, Mr Akana. 0 Akana, T
12 Kvans, Mrs Williams and 41 deck.
DWIOHT-At Palftma, April CCtli, to the
wlfd of ). It. Dwlgtit, twin boys.
ELECTION OF OFFIOEHB
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Ko.na-K.au 'I'KurnoNi
it Tkleurapii Company, Limited, held this
day, the following Oillcers wero elected for
the ensuing year:
President O O.Hewitt,
Vico-1'resldent O. D. Mllle',
Becreiary it Treasurer.... L B. Au gt,
Auditor M.F. Scott
0. M. Walton, Geo. Clark, E. II. Barthrop.
LUTHER 8 AUNGBT,
Kallna, Kona, Hawaii. April 23, 105
1o the Public:
Owing to extreme HI health, It being Im
possible for me to attend to business, '
have sold out to my foremtn, Alix. I'hih.
holm, who has been wlih m for the last
ten years, and is known tp you all.
He will continue to run the business at
the tame stand. nil In the same line as 1
1 have, by executing the best of work, ano
uoing justice to tw.
I hope you will all trade with him, and
bestow on him the naiiio k lit I no s mid pal
routine hs Iihh been given mm during tht
last sixteen years.
All bills dim me will pleae be pent In fu
soon us convenient, nnd Mr Chlsholm It
authorized to receipt the same.
I hereby tkn tho opiKUtunlty of thank
ing tho publlii for imbi i i trainee. ,
130S-1W OUAB. H 1MMBK.
If your tubacription has rxpirfd now
U a (innil time to rnetr it.
Did yon notico that wo
made no mention of the ar
rival of tho goods purchased
for us by Mrs. Freimann
while on her recent trip KastV
There "was a reason for it
and a simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You knew and everybody
el-e know that we were going
to bring something into this
market that was now and
catchy. Thero was no med
to advertise it, the judicious
buyers of Honolulu watch the
arrival of our goods, they
know that if there is anything
nice to bo had we get it,
fact thtt wo act tho pace
Now Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the regulir run, wo aro going
to make a hole in our pile of
Comforters 1 !
While tho counters loaded up
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Pique, Pique, Pique,
will also bo an attractive
B. F. ftHLbikS & CO.
THE CAPTAIN AND AOKNT8 OK
the Urltlih uhlp "Troop" will not be
responsible for debti contracted without
their written urd r.
WM Q. j II WIN A CO.. L'n.,
13.M 3t AgcnUBhlp,Iroop."
Harness m d l)rnk,
Hor n Is 11 will an b rd,
broken to midillo nnd
llu and inmo. A buriiuin.
AddreH ' It ,
I ait if
TMIAKT NO. 4!)l FOR
U by the Union Ml I o
y the Union Ml I o u Ivohulu on
T. II Daviiis Si i o. to iho i.nlur i f l,ili;.rt
KiliU. Dnif i whh lout lit nr lllshop & Co.'n
bank I'iiviiio t has bo n stopped. Find
er will pk'ao rctur in this oltice.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Is the Attraction?
?" At the Right Prices 3J
OOH NEW LINE OF
IMHNTKD MUSLINS nnd CIUNKLED MULLS-Can't help but attrart;
they nro now, not n'ono in Material but also In Patterns.
I'lUNTKt) nnd SOLID COLOR COTTON I)U0K-ln Cream, White and
Kern, In pretty Polo l)jts and Stripes. There's wear; thero's style
and only 'JOcts. a yard.
OltlNKLKOKKPONS nnd FANCY DRESS OINOHAMS-ln Stripes and
I'la'ils, fast colors; 8 yards for $1.
t'RINTKD UMll LAWNS nnd PRINTED DIM1T1E8-In tho latest
UlLNmi PRINTED I'KRCALES-ln pretty Stripes and Flgnrcsi Just
tuo thing for U-idies' Shirt Wults.
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nk'tt linn in Odd and Pretty Shades, tho most serviceable material for
covering O'ishlon", 1'illown, etc. They are Washable and they wear. Don't
fall to ice them.
3ST. 3. SACHS,
5SO "Fort St - - HorLol-ul-u.
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great temperanco beverage is pre
eminently a home requisite for homo making
and homo drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. The genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks tho vigor of yonth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
only by tho Charlfs E. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I Bud a groat relief in drinking your Root Door, an I have
been troubled with dyspciitiiu, and should feel very eorry if
could not kefp myeulf supplied with it. I drink it when it ie
fermented. It. K. Kcorr, 2519 Meredith St., Philadelphia. Pa.,
U. S. A."
"I havo used your Root Beer for over a year, and I find it
not only a hoalthlul bovorago, but it stimulates tho stomaeh; I
ubo no much of it that I buy it by tho dozen at a time. Jno. 0.
Lebtkr, Primary 8chool, No. U, O'Jth St. Cor. 2d Avo., N. V.
City, U. 8. A."
Hobron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
Hollister Druo Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocert
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STKEET, HONOLULU.
makes 5 Gallons of a
Ask your storekeeper for it. Made