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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 10, 1896,
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LOCAL AMD OXNKRAX. NKWH
Kamebatnclias vs Stars tomor
Jim Kukona Is under arrest for
the larceny of $10, tbe property of a
J. 0. Edwards was a lone passen
cor for the Volcano by the steamur
W. G. Hall today.
During tho absence of tbo Hawaii
an Quintette Club tbe Kawaihau
Olee Club will fulfil all ordors left
for that club.
Tbo Bulletin is still in tbe ring
and prepared to do first-class work
in tbo job line at reasonable prices.
Fleaso do not forgot this fact.
Tbe Royal School and Fort street
baseball clubs will play the next
gatno in tho Junior Loaguo series at
J:30 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tbo Loilaui Boat Olub will hold
a spocial meeting at tho Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:30 this oroning. Vory
importaut business will como up.
Tbe government band played at
tho departure of tbo S. S. Alameda
for tho colonies yesterday afternoon.
Thoro was not a largo crowd present.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; SI and $1.25 per
The season of the Honolulu Cricket
Club will begin to-morrow afternoon
at -1:150 p. in., at the old baseball
grounds. Not prautico will bo in
A nicoly finishod and framed testi
monial to Dr. Soquah can bo soon in
tho window of tho Golden Rulo
Bazaar. It is from cortain residents
Mrs. J. Sylvester and Miss Lizzie
Smith, daughters of F. Smith, tho
bus man, loft by the S. S. Alameda
yesterday to visit relatives and
frionds in Brisbane.
For playing tho truant during
two weeks past. Apenola was re
primanded in the District Court
to-day and sentence is suspondod
during good conduot.
G. Narita, secretary of tbo Japa
nese Legation has favored tho Bul
letin with passes to the Japanese
festivities at tho legation and park
to tako place to-morrow.
The attention of dress-makers and
ladios gonorally is invitod to the
now adv. of N. S. Sachs which an
nounces a line of goods especially
imported for their benefit.
Gonoral Sam Nowlein, Mrs Now
loin and daughter, Mrs. G. E.
Smithies, loft by tbe steamor W. G
Hall for Labaina this morning,
wbero Mr. and Mrs. Nowlein intond
to makt their future residence.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior backs al
ways roady at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fino livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Tho members of tho H. A. A. C.
havo begun training for tho handi
cap mooting to take placo on Juno
15. It has boon decided to bavo the
sports at Kapiolani Park, owing to
the poor condition of the baseball
Colored lithographs of tho Ki
lnuea crater exhibition in tho
Gettysburg Building, Boston, U. S.
A., also of the quartette of Hawaii
an singers are on exhibition in tho
Hobron Drug Company's storo on
A native couple woro brought to
tho Police Station by special Cordes
yesterday afternoon. Both woro
more or less undor tho influenco of
saki. The man was looked up and
charged with assault and battery on
his wifo. Tbo woman was releasod.
If you want your watoh repaired.
If you want jowelry mado up neatly.
If you want souveuir spoons, or any
thing in the jewelry line. H. G.
Biart, at O. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
Tho program for the eloveuth au
nuil meeting of tho Hawaiian Jockey
Club appears in to-day's issue. There
aro elovon events and in oaeh event
a good substantial prize is offored.
Since tho re-organization of tho club
tbo mombers soem to havo taken
greater interest in horse-racing and
tho coming mooting ih expected to
eclipse all provious moots.
A Chiuamau was brought boforo
Judge Wilcox iu tho District Court
to-day ou tbo chnrgo of being with
out lawful moans of support in
Honolulu during six months last
past. Ou beiug arraigned tho man
plead not guilty ami stated that ho
is uow in tho employ of Captain
Scott of the police force. Accord
ingly a nolle pros entered.
Thero will be a road race this
evening between members of tho
Honolulu Amatour Athletic Club.
The start will be from the Waikiki
bridge and finish at tho Opera
house. Tho entries booked are W.
Bolster, W. Lyle, B. Petrie, B. F.
Boardmoro and Charles Brewstor.
Others will probably keep tho
athletio's company. A silver-plated
shaving mug will be given tbo win
ner. m m
Xxprestman Nle-per Trios to Btop a
Bunaway and goes to the Hospital.
Thero was a double runaway on
Queen street shortly before 10
o'clock resulting in serious injuries
being sustained by J. Niepor, tho
well-known expressman. A runaway
horse attached to a brake csme from
tho diroction of the fishmarket and
was soon eaught up by another
owned by Storliug, the painter, near
tho cornor of Fort street. Tho first
runaway was somo distance ahead.
Noiper who was standing at tho
oxpress stand ran out to intercopt
the runaway. Ho had not seen tbo
second brako. No sooner bad bo
got out ou tbo stroet when ho was
knocked down by tho second run
away and badly injured. It is be
lieved his right leg is broken. In ad
dition ho sustained sovoral nasty
cuts in the head. Nelper was picked
up and brought to the sidewalk with
blood flowing from tho wound in
his leg. Later he was takon to the
It was learned later that the first
runaway belonged to Jollivar, who
formorly kept the three quarter milo
house in Nuuanu Valley. Ha jump
ed'out of his brake and left the out
fit without anyono to care for it.
Tho animal became frightened at
something and started on the run
with tho result montioned. Jollivar
was brought to tho station after
noon and held pending the result of
the injurios to Neipor.
As tho Bulletin goes to press tho
report is that Noiper is in a serious
condition aud, owing to the loss of
blood be has sustained, it cannot be
told whether he will livo or dio.
An Important Socumont.
Tbo following was filed in the
Circuit Court this morning:
Honolulu, 10 May, 1805.
To whom it may concern:
I have known Mr, Edmund Pear
son Dole since his childhood and
can say that his moral character is
Sandfobo B. Dole.
Tbe above was made nocessary by
the application of Mr. E. P. Dolo to
bo admitted to practice law iu Ila
wrii. Lylo A. Dickey has also filed a
similar application and his certifi
cate of moral character is signed by
W. O. Smith and Alfred W. Carter.
Lady: "How is this insect powdor
to bo applied?"
Assistant (absent-mindedly): "Givo
'em a toaspoonful after every meal,
Tho Yacht Tolua was at anohor
in Refuge Covo, HawkoBbury River,
ou April 13th. Tbe Tolna was hero
some time ago.
Tbe Stars aud Kamebamobas
play on tho League Ground to-morrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Dress Makers ! Attention!
Have you seen the lateht material for Skirt LiniugsV
It is . . .
... THE CHAMOIS FIBRE .
Used by all Dress Makers in tho United States.
Hair Olotto.! Hair Olotli!
A very scarce article. We Lave a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress complete without it; we have It In all colors
Feather Bone! F'ea.tlier Bone!
A light, plUh'e, elastic Bono, Jmt the thing (or Wash Materials.
CRINOLINA! SKIRT WIRE!
BII.E3IA8, FF.ltOo.MNKH AND OAMllKie in nil Colors.
A Full I.inoo(DKKS3 M KKKS' FINDINGS always on hand.
! I Look At This j;
jlj and Smiip.
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, new diamond tip
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aim npauiHii arcn, oniy
Out of Sight 1
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump sole, patent '
back stay, for
ISJ. . SACHS,
520 Fort St - - KorLolixlix.
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
TtLeit's "WHat X Xiilsie.
Are the good qualities possessed by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it
purifies the blood, thus strengthen
ing tbe nerves; it regulates tho di
gestive organs, invigorates the kid
nnjs and liver, tones and builds up
tho entire system, cures Scrofula,
Djpensia. Catarrh and Rheumatism.
Get Hood's and tho only Hood's.
Hood's Fills cure all liver ills,
biliousness, jaundice, indigestion,
sick headache. 25o.
NOTIOK IS HBKEBY GIVEN TO AIL
persons that thoro are at the Govern
ment Found at Makikl, May 8, 18113, C
Kitray Animal, viz.:
1 dark horse, hranded V on both hips.
1 bay sttalllon without brand
3 buckskin colorod donkeys.
1 bay Btuhlon without brand, will to streak
on forehead and white Bpots ou (ore
and hind Iocs.
Any person or persons owning thoso ani
mals are requested to come aud take tho
miiiu on or hufore VI o'clock noon SAT UH
DAY, May 11th, othorultu said animals
will bo colli at publla auction on said date
nndhour. HENltY KUAMI,
1335 3t Found Muster.
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i Shoe Store. jj
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on tho Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special designs
manufactured to order on
Everybody likes IIIREb' J?oot Bkku because it
gives everybody health as well as pleasure. It's the purest
beverage that human skill can compound from tho purest
ingredients or nature. Thero is not one drop ot 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 the many counterfeit ' Root Beer" aro
composed. A package of the Genuine
Hires1 Root Beer
maVes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer.
IS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Chaklfs E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, XL S. A.
"1 have used over fifty bottles of jour Hoot llcornml ulwaj'd
havo it on liiuul. Siw. J. II. Walkkii, X. E. Cor. It. It. Ave. &.
Schillor St., Aknmlu, Cul., U. S. A."
"Wc have used your Hoot Deer for several years and do not
holievo it could ho excelled. 1). ll.Mi.MKH, 2210 Hancock St.,
IMiiln., la., U. S. A."
Hobron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
Hollister Drug Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Comtany Grocert
The Favorite Gurney ,
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER.I
F. 0. Iiox as:.
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
HOUSE FOIl SALE.
1 IUHT HAY
J-j linr Jloree. ito
sized and showy animal.
inir Horse, good
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lru Hint Duuny aiiiimu.
for sale. Also a good
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1300-tf Near Ice Works,
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOKT STREET, HONOLULU.