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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 17, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
0. Schumnn hna two storeg for
E. A. Williams hnB a storo to
lot on King otrcot.
Somo pooplo Bay tlio camllo will
bum six days What do you
Prof. Hnrroll's solo tonight at
tho rovival will bo "Tho Harvest
' Tirao is Passing By."
Thoro was nn oxtra largo altond
anco at last night's band concert
and scats wore scarce
Tho most popular piano in
town, seo it at Wall,Nichols Com
pany's. It's a Fischer.
II. P. Wichmau makes a timely
appeal to tho ownors o watches
lhat aro not going just right.
Tho U. S. gunboat Concord loft
obu, Japan, on l'Vbru.iry 25lh,
Kobe, Jaoan, on l'Vbru.iry 25lh,
and Hhould bo hero at any timo.
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XI. Ji.. U lUOin.UlIl 1H lit 1 1UUI1UU
nnd has British Commissioner
Hawes as his guest for a few days.
Tho Hawaiian hotol pooplo will
givo another Frondi dinner, fol
lowed by a danco, on Wednesday
Captain W. 0. Wilder has boon
kept busy sinco his arrivalyostor
day, shaking hands with his
Tho annual concort of tho Ka
waiahao Seminary girls tako placo
at tho Kawaiahao church on
Thursday, April 2d.
Notico was given in yesterday's
papor of tho Easter vacation of
tho public schools. It extends
from April 3 to tho 13th.
Tho sermon on "Heartfelt Ex
perimental Roligion," announcod
for last night was not givou. It
will bo Mr. Romig's Bubject to
night. Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho W. 0. T. U. will bo hold at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in tho
parlors of tho. Contral Union
Tho City Market has for years
boon a household word in Hono
lulu. Joseph Tinker, proprietor,
enlarges tho sphere of its popular
ity by addressing tho readers of
Caplaiu William Smith and his
namosako tho mate, of tho Hawai
ian bark Manna Ala reported ovor
duo at Adelaide, wore popular in
Honolulu. Mate Smith wrfs an
oxcollont piano- player, often en
tertaining tho Scottish Thistlo
Club on that instrument.
At tho open' meeting of tho
American League at 7:30 this
ovoning. L. A. Tlmifaton will
speak on tho "Opium and Liquor
Traffic." A. G. M. Kobortson
will not bo able to speak owing to
a pross of legislative and logal
Tho Bulletin has received a
haudsomo catalogue from tho Cali
fornia Wino Association, a cor
poration with a capital of $10,000,
000 and oWuing twolvo of tho
loading winorios of tho State. It
. is a haudsomo work of typogra
phical art profusely illustrated.
Sam. MoKoaguo mot, iw n
through passenger by tho Mono
wai, an old schoolmate whom ho
had not seen for about thirty
years. It was John McOloskey
of Catasaqua, Ponn., and ho wos
on "his way to Tasmania, as tho
agent of Frasor & Chalmers, Salt
LukoCity,to iustal a largo mining
plant for a Chicago firm.
C. E. Bosky is tho proud pos
sessor of a rolic of monarchy in
tho shape of n big sword which
has "K. III." on the hilt. It was
found by a native under a house
which was moved in the Miller
street oxtonsion, and Juib boon
identified as ono of thoso used by
Kamehamoha III.'s body guard.
, Tho findor has presented it to Mr.
Bosky, wlo will put it in tho
museum of his mammoth hotol
unless the Marshal confiscates it.
Messrs. W. O. Peacock it Co.
havo placed on salo at their
saloons, tho Boyal, Pacific ami '
Cosmopolitan, tho celebrated
Pabst Milwaukee draught boor.
It is ono of tho finest in tho world
nnd its oxcollont qualitios havo
gained for it an onviablo reputa
tion. It is the only draught boor
in Honolulu that is manufactured
east of tho Kooky Mountains.
Tho Koyal, Puoillo and CoHinopo
lituu havo oxuhungoablo tokens ho
that if you buy a yluw of bor nt
nun of thoni iiiul iwtnivo u olisolc
iih nlmmfi) for your quiii'lor it is
Mood for iiuutliur (Iiim "1 oilliirof
Mio lliruu plnufw.
Mrs. Frank Alves has a notice
in this paper.
Tho Sonato Judiciary Coiniiii;
teo is holding a confabulation this
nftornocytf ' '
Tlio-Loilttiri Boat Glub will hold
a mooting at tho Hawaiian Hotel
tomorow ovohing at 7:30.
In tho Senate ..report today will
bo fouml an impdrtont declaration
of Minister Damon 'dh California
A uati'vo was arrested this morn
ing for non-payment of taxes but
settled up at tho Police station
and was allowcil to depart.
I ho sovon-yoor old son oc J. S.
tho Catholic Church, E. A. Wil
AV. S. Luco will sell at auction,
j on Saturday at 12 noon, tho
. desirablo rcnidonco of J. P.
. desirablo rcnidonco of J. V. ftnif.
rigues. Sco particulars else -
Avhoro. Tho furnituro will
sold on tho following Friday.
In Judgo do la Vorgno's Court
this morning Mann Nakoo had a
preliminary examination on the
chargo of burglary. It is clniiiul
that ho entered tho rcsidenco of
Igawa and stolo $10 therefrom.
Iho defendant refused to pload
and was committed for trial at tho
next term of tho Circuit Court.
Wo Sing, who took $10 in nold
from a Jap yestorday and only
gavo him fcJ5.7o in silvor for
change, was found guilty of lar
ceny this morning and given three
months across tho reef by Judgo
do la Vorgno. The case was re
ported to Captain Scott at 1 o'clock
yesterday and at 10 o'clock tllis
morning ho had his man convict
ed. IMuclty Yiiiiiiu ITIuiiiidiliiccr.
While anxiety rolativo to tho
mystorious disappearance of Mr.
Smith waB at its height, tho nino
year old son of Sam Decker vol
unteered his services to go and
find him. Tho lad is a good ridor
and, from having mudo frequent
excursions up Tantalus and tho
neighboring vnlloys, boliovod that
ho might find Mr. Smith. Suro
enough, ho was tho lucky one,
locating Mr. Smith aftor a littlo
moro than an hour's Boarch and
guiding him out of tho lantana in
safety. Ho loaned Mr. Smith his
horse to carry him into town.
llio Kniiilc Services.
Kov. Piomig thought prudent to
chungo his topic last night, so
preached from tho text, "Sook yo
tho Lord while Ho may bo found,
call ui)on Him while ho is near."
Tho discourse was full of earnest
pleading with thoso who know
their duty to hoarkon to tho voico
of tho Spirit ore too late. Tonight
will bo givon tho sermon on
"Heartfelt Experimental Keli
gion." Stores For Rent.
TWO STOKES ON TOE CLUn STA
Wcs jir mihfft nro ufleioil foi rent. I'obses
bion yivoa April Int. Apply tu
G. SC HUMAN',
HAYING HE0EIVED NOTICE OF MY
lmnluruVs xtrcuio illness nt the Fabioln
IIoBnitul in Sau Francisco, I am compelled
to go to the Co ibt on Sutimlny next. Dur
ing my nliaemo my business will bo con
(lucti)d by my employees and I roKpoctf nlly
ask that our former patrons continue their
laud putrouaga as heretofore.
MItS. FltANK ALVr.S.
Honolulu, March 17, 1890. 251-lw
Wo havo tho pleasure to announce tho
Agoucy of tho
h Francisco Cliroiiicle
Which now gives us tho
San FranciBca EailtaB, vlz.i
I.VYour uholco dolivurcil byortntorlo
any part of thu lty.
Only $1,00 Por Month.
Your to ftiimimud,
Wall, Nichols Company
Highost iif nil in Li-avoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Eojiort.
A half dozon yenrs ngo a
gentleman of Honolulu ro
uiarUd nftor buying
dE n bicycle tint
will come when half of Hono
lulu will bo on wheels."
The remark or prophecy hns
become hti-rnlly n tuct, tor who
is it who will not rirlo u hicvclo
1 when thov can Pot ono that is
us reliable ua tuo Ivor Jolin
This is a new wheel hero
and it will take timo to intro
duce it, but once it gets a hold,
or rather once it is seen nn the
street and tried it will replace
nearly all tho nuikcs now sold
here. "Wo havo tho Ivor
Johnson; it is a 1 igh grade
bicycle of 1890 pattern und is
sold under a guarantee. Georgo
IT. Paris will ride a Johnson
and you who are used to
wheels and know a good ono
when you seo it will recognize
at a glanco tho good points.
Wo have others. Four
months ago a bicycle agent in
San Frai Cisco in order to in
troduco his wheel took over
from tho proprietor of a cycle
ry all the wheels ho had in
stock. Somo wore a week old,
others new, some had been
used a month. They ore ns
good today as when they left
tho factory. Wo took the
whole stock at a bargain.
You havo a chanco to get
them from us.
V.in Molt Buildinir.
c)k & !
I I ,jll
On Sox !
Reduced frotn'$3 to $2 per Doz
PER S..S. AUSTHALIA."
II, J. Nolto, Proprietor,
"3C (Pini if iiftM so
is our now msectitudo for
roaohes, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't hnve an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
valuo of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can spnnklo it in tho cre
vices, where their nests aro,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
brenk up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, wo refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Prico 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Take an Outing1
1 .TYABM.-. J ',1 wP
a tut 1:-15 l M
luiivo at 9:15 A. m.
, nrrivinc in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nwl o:55 l. 21.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Woinnno 1 50 1 25
AV1LL LEAVE UONUJ.ULU
Foil TUB ABOVn TOUT ON
HuliiiMlny, JEnrch Sl.sf,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r. m.
Tho nilcrnif(nil nre now nrepured to
issno Through Tickets fitnn this City to nil
points in the United Stat &
V"l''or further particulars rcsanllue
IVoight or l'assigo, Apply to
Wm, G.IBWIK&Oo., L'n,
'.'o'J-Ut fleiioriil AgeulH.
Z Coltagoa on. Berctania Street,
No. OH, ftcljoininn tliM Qn wii's Hog
Ono with 0 ItoomH, qIho Mosquito Koom,
IlalhhouKo, Kitehen, l'nutry, Servant's
Iloiibo, Cnrriago IIoubo, oto. Largo ganlon
Una with 6 Kooina, also Bathroom, Pan
try, Kitchen, Shed, etc
jSf Tramway cars pass tho pieiniscH.
Tor imrticulaiH, niipiy to
218-lw II. W. rjCtlMIDT k SONS. ,
DR. JENNIE ,L. HILDEBRAND,
Oflleot Corner of Fort nml llcrctaulii
Onico UoiUHt Oto 11 a. in., 1 to I J), in.
Hmul.iys, 0 to IU a, in,
A. V. GEAR.
TlH'liliBiiw W, i i i I Nu.iHW, KluyHt.
Elegant Wash Materials
N. S. SACHS'
520 jETorfc Street.
New Krencli Organdies
Kxquislto Patterns 5n Light and Dark Grounds.
Printed Dimities and Muslins ...
In rritty Dain'y Figures and Hair Stripes.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A FINK ASSOP.TMI5NT OF '
Stylish lit!eris for 8'irt W'nists.
A Now Assortment. Cholco Patterns.
WGTOED AND SOLID CQLQH AB3? DENIM I K
SPECIAL BAItaIN8 IN
"Valencienne '." Laws !
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying n single big ailvor dollar for the privilege oC guessing how
Will burn, now on exhibition in our ("WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call find oxamino tho Piano. Every lover of musio
will recognizo tho" superior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchasor of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is outitled to n
f;uess. "We havo adopted this moans of more largely advertising the
ligh merits of the Fischer Piano. " "
Tho contest will take placo on tho
llth DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held urdor tho personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
n , 77rr
m Dig uanaie uuessing uoupon.
I Hoignt of Candlo i ?cot.
potiallr or l.v
return wu irfvo
inny or n
return wu gr
Vnincii nt $n.in.
Jiff- Tho nearest
correct itucbs will
same time wo
4 take thu Piano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing Out Sale-
IS THE TALK
Xuxtrgre Lino oi Undcvear !
Large fctoclc orSillrm "ntl Satinw I
Large Stoelc oi Olothi an1 Serges !
Large Stoelc or White Muslins !
Aro being sold during the month oTlMiirohBtHalfPrioe.
.A. Great Oxportu 'nity !
TElViPbE OF FASHION, 519 FOR J STREET.
AN Ol'I'OUTUNITV TO l'UIICIIABK A
ITuo lllo.nlf.l Dihlni; Anluul, iKifitiiW'uii.
Ilu nml iitiml In outy rc.wl, l illuriil In it
liny, Oi'MInt liy .Minln, ftJiwhMiM, d.im Kit
lit v liy ViiliiniiHir. 'fli llorw l i flu
ilrhuniml nv iIiUiim of lnluKtir) In I.
The miiIiiiuI i now In iiu IivimU hIimi HKn.rl
(NT l ImlllHWUii
Conto3t Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
tliis Coupon nnd present Mine to its per-
l.uul, avconiiiitult'il hv one ilollui. mill In
voii thu cholcu of onu dollnr'n worth of ki
our Iiiiku nml varied Mod;, mid at tho 51
will record your guess ns follows:
Long "Will It Burn ?
HourH Minutes Ej
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Honolulu by John TLmiin WaL V'""1'" will
m eoniliiui'il by ihu umlunlirticc ""'''
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X T. WATERHOUk.:,:B'
TbuililliuliiiM will xi iiinlor tho 1'1'''
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KIJhMIHTM, IIOUIIKU WA'I'WIIIIOUSK.
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