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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 7. 1895.
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LOOAX AND QXHXBAX VKWB.
Concort at Makee Island to-night.
Tho May numbor of tho Paradise
of tho Pacific is out.
Cabinet Ministers were in discus
sion at an early hour this morning.
Tho A. Ii. 0. can opener is a daisy.
It can bo found at the Hawaiian
Sergeant Wells of the mounted
polico has been promoted to be
The Japanese are making groat
preparations for the peaco celebra
tion on Saturday next.
Tho Australia leaves for the Coast
to-morrow at 4 p. m. sharp. Mail
cIosob ono hour sooner.
Superintendent Brown oxpects to
havo tho new pumping plant in
operation next Saturday.
W. F. Pickett takes a position on
tho steamer Likeliko to-day in placo
of Charles Lowis, resigned.
Tho Government band gave its
usual concert in front of the Execu
tive building this morning.
An eight-roomed house on Wildor
avenue, near the ball grounds, is of
fered for rout at a low rato.
Tho Pacific Tonnis Club has elect
ed several now members. The club
is in a flourishing condition.
Emma Squaro was crowded last
night with people attracted by tho
musio of the Hawaiian band.
Fred Waldron returned from Cali
fornia by the Australia Friday last.
He has been away three years.
Many peoplo expected that the
number of votes cast yesterday
would be oven lest than it was.
The Executive and Advisory
Councils meet at 4 p. m. It will in
probability bo a secret session.
Tha TMiilmlalnbi battalion Wai
landed this morning and marched
to tho Laguo baseball grounds for
The principal topic of discussion
among election otllcers yesterday
was which ward would poll the
There will be a special meeting
of tho Leilaui Boat Club at tho Ha
waiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow
Soqu ah's band chariot attracted
much attention yesterday aud was
a source of wonder to a host of
children who followed it.
Tho Philadelphia battalion pre
sented a fiue although somewhat
tired appearauco on their return
from this morning's drill.
Under tho direction of Miss Ax
toll the pupils of Punahou collogo
will givo a musicale this oveuiug to
whioh everybody is invitod.
Clerk Henry- Smith and his offi
ciont deputy, Georgo Lucas, aro
favorites with newspaper men. They
are always courteous and obliging.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; SI and $1.25 per
Minister aud Mrs. Willis, F. M.
Hatch and wife, with' others were
entertained at dinner by Admiral
Beardslee on board tho flagship last
During tho absence of organist
Wray Taylor Mr. Paetow will of
ficiate at the cathedral services and
Mrs. J. T. Lowis at those of the
"Collector-General Castle has in
augurated a stop in tho right direc
tion," said a government employee
yesterday. "Ho is giving the men
under him a two weeks' vacation.
The swords to be used by the
cavalry in the Japanese celebration
on May 11 are on exhibition in a
store on Nuuanu stroet, above Ho
tel. The navy is near the fish
market. United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ makor and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
ituaranteed tr lu th mime don
If you waut your watch repaired
If you waut jowolry mado up noatly.
If you waut souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry Hue. II. G.
Biart, at 0. Gortz's store, Fort street,
is your mau. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
ner & Co.
THE HOKE MAGAZINE.
The Kay Number of the Paradise is
a Creditable One.
The Paradise of the Pacific is out
for the current month and is an ex
cellent number in evory respect. The
reading matter is varied and is of
interesting nature. One article that
will find immediate favor with our
friends of Hawaii is a description of
Kamehameha school. Rev. Kenneth
Duncan is tho author of tho article.
Charles H. Ewart, tho bard of
Dalbeattie, contributes a most read
able description of the boautics of
Kauai and other features, including
somo well executed pictures, which
go to mako up a most creditable
number of this popular magazine.
Council Meeting Postponed.
A mooting of the Executive and
Advisory Councils had been an
nounced for 11 o'clock this morning.
At tho appointed hour Professor
Hostner was the only membor pre
sont, but being backed up by the
editor of the Advertiser and two
common every day reportors he was
not as lonesomo as ho might havo
been. After waiting somo ten min
utes ono of the aforesaid reporters
investigated matters and upon in
terviewing Minister King was in
formed that the meeting had beon
postponed until 4 o'clock this after
noon. The Election.
A total of 128 votes was cast at
yesterday's olection, of which seven
teen wore rejected on account of
irregularities. The votes acoepted
in the different precincts woro as
1st precinct, 14; 2nd, 20; 3rd, 9;
4th, 22; 5th, 13; 6th, 32; 7th, 1. Total,
Thoro is no danger from this dis
ease when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely givon. It liquefies
me lougn mucus auu aius us expeci- i
oration. It also lessens tho severity '
and frequency of paroxjsms of ,
cuuguiuKt auu mourus a epeeuy re
covery. There is not the least dan
gor in giving the remedy to cbildron
or babies, as it contains no injurious
subfttancu. For sale br all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for the I
Hawaiian Islauds. I
While in Stockton, Cal., somo timo j
ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos, ,
that state, was taken very severely '
with cramps and and diarrhoea. Ho '
chancod to meet Mr. C. M. Cartor, I
who was similarly afllicted. He says: ,
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic. ,
Cholora aud Diarrhoea Romody.aud i
wo went to tho Holdon Drug Storo '
and procurod a bottle of it. It gave
Mr. Carter prompt relief and I can
vouch for its having cured me." For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
If you waut to buy a really good ;
utuun ut natuu nw vuaab imivcoiu
spect the stock of Brown it Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonio Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy J
make a specialty of rubber stamps. '
C. Klemmo, formorly captain of
police in this city, is now engaged
in running a liquor saloon and
grocery store on Mission street, San
A FINE HOUSE OF 8
Rooms, Parlor, Dining
Itoom, KedrooniB, Bath
room, etc. Wilder Ave
nar Ball Grounds. Fine Flower Garden,
UB per moniu. inquire ai mis umce.
BOOKS AND BOARD.
"DOOMS AND BOARD
JLV for a few persons can be
had at Ilaniwal, on the Wai-,
klkl beach. I
W. B. BAKTLETT,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A' T A MEETING OF THE 8TO0K
holders) of tho Kona-Kav TELENinNE
iVcTkleobai'ii Company, Limited, held this
day, the following Oilicers were elected for
, ttie ensuing year;
President... G O.Hewitt,
Vico-l'resldent 0. 1). Miller.
Secretary it Treasurer. ...L. 8. Aungst,
Auditor M. F. Scott
0. M. Walton, Geo. Clark, E. B. Hartliroi..
LUTHER S. AUNG8T,
, . Becretary,
kallua, Kouu, Hawaii, April 25, 181W.
Look At TMs
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, new diamond tip
and Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight 1
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump sole, patent
back stay, for
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bo tho finest
on tho Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate.
Jewelry in. special designs
manufactured to order on
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. 0. Uox 287.
HOR8E FOR SALE.
LIGHT HAY UII).
Inn Hone, good,
sized ami tliowy animal,
(or bule. Also a good
M 118.10. W. ASHKOItn,
1309-tI Near lee Works.
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Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
At the Right Prices
OUR NEW LINE OF
PKINTED MUSLINS and CRINKLED MULLS-Can't help but attract;
tbey nre new, not a'one In Material but also in Patterns.
PKINTED and SOLID COLOR COTTON DUOK-in Cream, White and
Ecru, In pretty Polo Dots and Stripes. There's wear; tbere's style
aud only LXtets. a yard.
CRINKLE OREPONS and FANCY DRESS OINOHAMS-ln Stripes and
l'ialds, fast colors; 8 yards for 1.
PRINTED IRISH LAWNS and PRINTED DIMITIE8-ln the latest
FRENCH PRINTED PERPALES-lii pretty Stripes and Flnres; lust
the thing for Ladles' Shirt Wnlsts.
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nice line In Odd and Pretty Shades, the most serviceable material for
covering Cushions, Pillows, etc. They are Washable and they wear. Don't
fall to seo them.
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520 Fort St
HIRES' ROOT REER?
TfcLat's 'Wliat I Lilce."
Everybody likes HIRES' Hoot Beer because it
gives everybody health as well as pleasure. It's the purest
beverage that human skill can compound from the purest
ingredients of nature. There is not ono drop of anything
in this delicious temperance drink but what promotes good
health and happiness. It's del cious llavor is acquired by
the skillful blending of the most wholesome herbs, roots,
barks and berries, and not by essential oils and flavoring
extracts, of which tho many counterfeit ' Root Beer" are
composed. A package of the Genuine
Hires' Root Beer
mates five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer.
JS? Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Charles E. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I havo used ovor fifty bottles of jour Root Door and always
havo it on hum!. Mhh. J. II. Wai.kkk, X. E. Cor. It. R. Ave. iC
Schillor St., AIuiiHMln, Cal., U. 8. A."
"W havo used your Root Hour for scvorul years and do not
believe it could bo excelled. D, IIakmku, 2210 Hancock St.,
I'hila., Pa., U. S. A."
IIobron Drug Comtany Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company " "
Hollister Drug Company, Ltd. .. . 4
Lewis & Company Grocer
The Favorite Gnrney ,
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HOXOI.ULD.
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