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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 8, 1896.
L00A1. AKTB OKNKRAX WXW8.
Mail from the coast to-morrow.
Soquah to-nlKht at Union Square.
Tho Jockey Club meets to-morrow
home by illuess.
in confined to his
Tho Japanese theatre has been
closod. 1 1 didn't pay.
Theresa Conklin, a Portuguese
woman, was recently committed to
the Insane Asylum.
With a battalion drill and Sequah
on Union Square to-night that local
ity should be lively.
Carl Leonard, tho jockey ,will likely
arrive by the S. S. Alameda to-morrow
from tho Coast.
Tho first appearance of Julian D.
Hayno's paper, "Tho Hawaiian," is
awaited with interest.
General Nowloin of revolutionary
fame is in Honolulu, having return
ed by the steamer Hall.
The Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation meets in Honolulu during
tho first weok in June.
Tho S. S. Alameda will bo duo
from San Francisco to-morrow. Tho
Stars' battery will arrivo on bur.
Tho secret Bossion of tho Execu
tive and Advisory Councils lasted
noarly an hour and a half yesterday.
Tho Japanese have already com
menced tuoir peace celebration and
the consumption of saki is hourly
Captain Mahany of tho ship
Helon Brewor which arrived yester
day from Now York is accompanied
by his wife.
Business was virtually suspended
this morning, the preparation of
mail for tho coast absorbing every
Mrs. Feathorstone leaves on tho
Australia this afternoon on a three
mouths' visit to Oakland, whoro she
has a sister lying ill.
Tho National band boys woro busy
packing to-day iu anticipation of
their departure by the S. i. Austra-
lia for San Francisco.
E. B. Thomas is getting along I
nicely with his conttant to put up ,
tho iron and stone fence around tho
St. Andrew's Cathedral grounds.
Tho quarterly meeting of tho '
Strauger s Friend Society will bo '
held to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock at the rooms of tho Y'. M.
Mechanics' Home, comer Hotel '
sud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
weok or mouth. Terms: 2." and fiO
per night; i and 11.25 per
The concert at Makeo Island last
night ought to havo brought a con
siderable! increase to tho daily re
ceipts of the streot car line, judgiug
by tho attendance.
Thoso two distinguished politi
cians and financiers, Minister Thurs
ton and Reverend S. E. Bishop, woro
observed in close con verso over their
noouday lunch at Nolto's.
Sam Widdifiold, nephow of W. H.
Cornwoll, who left here last year on
tho ship Helon Brewer for Now
York, did not return with the ship.
Ho is in New York studying tho
Kalakahuna was found not guilty
of vagrancy by Judge Perry yester
day and discharged. Kalakahuna
had two women's wigs, which he
said had been given him by a "tour
ist," in his possession.
The Hawaiian band will play tho
Australia oil this aftornoon. Tho
National band will probably render
a few selections previous to thoir de
parture. Altogether a lively sceuo
at the wharf may bo anticipated.
Owing to the departure of tho
Australia tho Bulletin appears a
little earlior than usual. This is
done to, enable its subscribers and
fiassengers by tho steamer to get tho
United Carriago Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fino livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses and nice car
nages, from buggy to wagonette.
Johny Noble, tho oldtimo jockoy,
rode a sprightly throe-yoar old colt
into town this morning. It is tho
proporty of J. A. Cummins aud will
im entered in some of tho races on
Juno 11. The animal is out of
G. H. Hnrrisou, practical piano
aud organ maker ami tuner, can fur
nish best faotory reforeucos. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to u the same ai dmm
Kailipaka, the native who was
convicted of stealing three gold
watches, one the property of Miss
Birch Fanning, was released, from
Oahu jail on Friday last, his son
tonce having expired.
There was a largo attendance at
the Punahou musicale last night,
and that Miss Ax toll's efforts to
afford visitors a pleasant evening's
entertainment were appreciated was
shown by tho hearty applause which
greeted each number of the long programme.
If you want your watch repaired. '
f you want jewelry made up neatly.
f you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry line. H. 6. '
Biart, at C. Qertz's store, Fort street, i
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watohmaker for Won
nor & Co.
The Bulletin reporter wa inform-1
ed to-day by one who knows that '
tho Philadelphia will remain hero
for at leatt three months and that '
the Olympia, instead of coming here,
will most likely re-inforco the Amer
ican squadron now cruising off Con-'
tral America. I
A big crowd listened to Senuah's i
lecture last night on Union Square,
f ;iveu from his chariot. It was on
ivoued with music from a portion
of tho Hawaiian band. In response
to genoral demand tho leoturo will
be repeated this evening at tho same
time Mid placo.
Death of Mrs. Dr. Mooro
The news of tho death of Mrs. Dr.
W. L. Mooro was received by tho
steamer Hall, a telephone message
roaohing the steamer just previous
to her departure from Hawaii. The
deceased lady had been ill for several
months but her doath was not ox-
peoted. She was the youngest ,
daughter of Hon. and Mrs. D. H.
Hitchcock and had been married
about three yoais.
W m m
Blind Boys Playing Football.
Football playing by tho blind
sounds something like a novelty,
and a writer on a visit to tho Royal
Victoria Wind Asylum, Nowcastle, a
fow days ago, had tho pleasuro of
watching two teams of blind boys
engaged iu a hot game. Tho ball
with which tho youngsters play tho
gamo is made of wire, and tho inside
is fitted with bells, so that whorevcr
tho oval goes it can bo followed by
tho sound. Tho goal posts are Hags,
upon which are also a number of
bells, aud it was very rare for the
boys oilhor to lose tho ball or to
kick in a wrong diroatiou. Thoy
enjoyed tho fun immensely, nul
when a goal was scored it was tho
signal for loud cheers. Perhaps ouo
of tho moat amusing parts of tho
sceuo was the way in which the lit
tlo blind girls stood around tho foot
ball grouud, aud interest' d them
solvos in tho progress of tho game,
laughing when tho playors laughed,
aud cheering when they thought
tho occasion demanded it. Tho in
mates also play chess and draughts
very proficiently. Lancuthire Daily
Potl, May SMh.
Thoro is no danger from this dis
ease when Chamberlain's Cough
Iiomedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough mucus and aids its expect
oration. It also lessens tho severity
aud frequency of paroxjsms of
coughing, aud insures a speedy re
covery. Thore is not tho least dan
ger iu giving the remedy to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
want to buy a really good
watch at Coast prices in-
speot the stock of Brown Kubey,
at No. i. Masonic Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on wookly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
mane a specialty 01 rubber stamps.
0. Klenime, formerly captain of i
police in this city, is now engaged
in running a liquor saloon aud
grocery store ou Mission street, San
A FINE HOUSE OF 8
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Room, Hedrooms, Until
room. eto. Wilder Ave
nar Hall Grounds Fine Flower Uurden,
ia per monui. iiKiuiro at tins unite.
BOOMS AMD HOARD.
nnnR avii itoim .
IV for a friw npmnnii fnii lin BiQlTm,m aV
had at Ilaniwai, on the Wal-fij
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and Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight 1
, Elegant French Kid Ox
ford. Pumi) sole, natcnt
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Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bo the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices aro moderate,
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. 0. Hox 287.
BOUSE FOB SAIVK.
LHJUT HAY HID
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1300-tl Near Ice Works,
Why Are We Thronged?
What Is the Attraction?
At the Right Prices
PRINTED MUSLINS and CIUNKLED MULL9-Cant help but attract;
tliey ate new, not alone In Material but also in Patterns.
PRINTED and SOLID COLOR COTTON DUOK-In Cream, White and
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fail to see them.
N. S. SAOHS,
5SO Fort St - - Honolulu
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I the skillful blending of the most wholesome herbs, roots,
' barks and berries, and not by essential oils and llavoring
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composed. A package of the tJenuine
Hires Root Beer
makes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Hoot Beer.
3 Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
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Benson, Smith & Company "
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Lewis Ss Company Grocert
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Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
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FOHT STREET, HONOLULU.