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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Francis Gny ro turned to Ktmni
Slenmor edition o tho Bulletin
Tho Auatralin lenves tomorrow
nt i o'clock.
Band concert nt tho hotel to
night at 7:30.
Polynesian Encampment, I. O.
O.F., moots tonight.
Tho Zamloch company leavo for
tho Coast tomorrow.
General "Warfiold will lcavo for
San Francisco tomorrow.
Tho now Easter goods havo ar
rived at Mrs. Ilauna's on Fort
Rudolph Sprnckols returned to
town in tho steamer Iwalani this j
Managor Ahrous of tho Wuinnao
plantation is booked to leave on
One dollar an hour will bo
charged for tho uso of tho odor
Think of it 11 A "Fischer!"
Piano for n dollar. "Whoro? Why
at Wall, Nichols. Co.
Mrs. A. Gartonborg and child
and Mrs. A. E. Murphy and child
all lcavo for tho Coast tomorrow.
ThoY. M. 0. A. orchestra had
a pleasant rehearsal last night,
duriug which Prof. Harroll paid
them a visit and sang a couplo of
Lieutenant Necdhnm and a
posse of police raided a Ohiuose
gambling den on Borotauia streot
laBt night and captured nino of
fenders. In Borlin tho firo companies
must bo drawn up in military
fashion to Fnluto their commander
boforo they can start to tho scene
of a iiro.
There will bo a special dinner
at the Huwiiiiun hotel this ovnn
ing. Tho Quintotto Club will fur
nish music for tho dinner and for
A littlo Italian girl in Now
York, d years old, died recently of
blood poisoning, caused by greon
thread which was put into her
cars after they woro pierced.
What can I buy for a dollar ?
Try Wall, Nichols Co., you will
got ruoro than any where olso on
earth a Fischor Piano if you
guess correctly ou tho candle.
At tho rate now Chinese and
Japanoso restaurants and grocery
stores aro multiplying, Honolulu
will sooii havo what tho Boston
girl termed "a plentiful suffi
ciency." Tho many friends Prof. Ilar
roll has mado whilo horoaro deep
ly regretting his early departure
by tho Australia. Ho has boon
requested to sing again tonight
"Tho Holy City."
Tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions are iu session this afternoon
at the Ceutral Union Church.
Miss Crosby, who roturncd on tho
Morning Star, will give mi ac
count of missionary work thoro.
Tomorrow's edition of tho Bui,
IjKTIN will contain in condonsed
form all tho news of tho islands
siuco tho departure of tho Ala
meda. It will bo issued in plenty
of time for mailing to tho Coabt.
Thero was a lively business
mooting of tho Young Hawuiians'
Institute lnbt night. On next
Thursday evening J. M. Poepoo
will lecture before tho Institute
on "Hawaiian History and Gov
ernment." Tho statement in tho Advertiser
of this morning to tho effect that
W. H. Hilliard, tho artist, and his
sister, Mrs. Anna Trumbull, aro
to leavo for tho coast by tho Aus
tralia tomorrow, is an error. Mr.
Hilliard and Mrs. Trumbull ex
pect to tako a trip to Japan and
return, leaving Honolulu ou tho
"Fritz, what is this I hear
about you having a racket with
Huns, around tho corner?" oiiid a
Bulletin man lo tho Criterion
pedal polishor, us ho sank back in
, ono of tho luxurious chairs which
' that enterprising boot black pro
vides for his iMihtoinerc. "Well,
you HlniHt look now," roplied
Fritz, "dot Dutch boot black by
dot Bantlioon, ho was loo sohnianft
mid sluiHt 'caiisu I got
nioln friont Sam to ciiino ofor mil
1110 horu dot fitlh'i' ho bnon nhont
oil' IiIh moiil nil iler vlilln, nlnl It V
Nullor you inliiill, i gut inch
Wit do bouli."
iiii tii piNrjui)
A. V. Gear has valuable lands
Julien D. Hayno's capo is con-1
tinned to tho 2Gth. i
Waipio roll butter is sold ox-1
clusivoly by Henry Davis & Co.
Tho clmrgoof using threatening I
languogo on which D. II. Wrigl t ,
Was arrested has boon nollo
At noon tomorrow W. S. Luco
will soil at auction tho valuablo '
homestead of J. P. Uodrigues
David Davtou. formorlv froiirlit
clork of tho steamer Likoliko, lias I
Infl- tlin n.v...1n,. f l... WJ1.1 I
A roviow of tho statonints nnli-
Huliod by Mr. Peck recently, will
bo given this evening at tho
Christian Church by Rev. J. A.
Roniig, instead of his sermon on
Tho day is drawing near when
tho moBt dosirablo building sites
at Mnkiki will bo sold at auction.
Homo seokors and iuvontors will
havo tho last opportunity to pur
chase largo lino building property
at Morgun's auction salo of Maki
ki lots on March 28.
Whon you go to the big clear
ance Balo at II. W. Schmidt &
Sons Monday forenoon, you need
not hurry away to lunch, as re
freshments will bo served at tho
salesrooms. Thoro will bo no ro
Borvation of goods. It is as fino
an opportunity as over oirored
hero of obtaining your choice of a
splendid line of dry goods, tailors'
goods, clothing, groceries, etc.
Thoro will also bo a lot of fino
liquors nnd cigars placod on sale.
W. S. Luco will conduct tho salo.
If nnd Convert Tonight.
Thoro will bo a special concert
by tho Hawaiian band at tho hotel
tonight, in honor of tho doparting
tourists on tho Australia. Follow
ing is tho program:
1 Overture Light Cat airy Suppe
2 Intcrinuzro-CaMili-'rlfi liiiMlcniin.MhienKiii
X Clurhmet Solo Ilium.-, Sweet Homo
4 Thrro Hnwnllan dulnsuiul Choruses MIM-
ot, Like no a Like, Main 1 kc Ao,
5 lUmlnlsccncca of Eoyalnl (loilfrev
(1 Knntaein Mill In the l'orest Ellcnuerj;
TTohiioI Sonif Karhach
8 March WaslihiKtou Post Sousa
I lio cv ell-run
Prico and Burns havo got their
big tent completed and will raiso
it on tho old show grounds tomor
row. It is a ono hundred foot
tent, slightly largor than Mr.
Wirth's. The animals aro learn
ing thoir tricks rapidly, being put
through heavy training twice
daily and all tho members of tho
now company, oighteon in numbor,
aro practicing diligently. Ono
week from Tomorrow tlioy will
givo thoir initial performance. A
band of twenty-two pieces has
MAM. OX THIS ISLAM)
Is Honolulu's Favorite Table Bnttcr !
EiT 1 ry n sample nnd you will use o
Fop $ale at 90 6wty pen q
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
COG Kort iStroot.
Saturday, March 21st.
Iiverythiny Strielly JFuwiiiinn.
Banquet! Muic I Dancing I
JSi- Dinnnr at (I i m. Danc
ing at 8:110. llofroBhmoulB dur
ing tho ovouing.
VfiT 'i'ho llnwnlimi Quintotto
Oluh In ongiigod for llila occuaion,
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 20, 1890.
Higliost jf '! in Lmvouiug Power. Latent U.S. Gov't Rojort.
tir'lfei fA & OT RPB
A half dozen yenrs ngr n.
gontlcmnn of Honolulu re
marked after buying nnd ri
ding a bicycle that "the day
will como when half of Hono
lulu will bo on wheels."
The remark or prophecy has
become literally a fiict, for who
is it who will not ride a bicycle
when thov can met ono that is
as reliable as the Ivor John
This is a new wheel here
and it will tako time to intro
duce it, but once it gets n hold,
or rather once it is seen on the
street and tried it will replace
nearly all the makes now sold
here. Wo have the Ivor
Johnson; it is a high grado
bicycle of 1800 pattern and is
sold under a guarantee. Georgo
H. Paris will ride a Johnson
and you who nro used to
wheels and know a good one
when you see it will recognize
at n glnnco tho good points.
We have others. Four
months ago a bicycle agent in
San Francisco in order to in
troduce his wheel took over
from tho proprietor of a cycle
ry all the wheels he had iu
stock. Soino were a week old,
others new, some had been
used a month. They are as
rood todav as when thev left
' the factory. We took tho
wiioie stocic at a bargain.
You havo a chance to get
them from us.
Von Holt Buildincr.
Auction Sale by W. S. Luce.
By order of MESsKS. H. W SCHMIDT (c
SONS, I Hindi sull iitthcr DusiucM
llotiho on Fort sheet,
Oa Monday & Tuesday,
DIui'tli vi::il mill U 1 111,
AT 10 O'CI OCK A. M.,
Clothing, Shirts, Etc.
iquors & Cigars
'if fuller pitrticulitrti Lcruuftcr. Libe
ral tenns to tho tiado. All Good sold
W. S. LUCE,
Valuable Lands For Sale!
A Good Investment I
HUDnlv fif u'fitnr
idifo for ciiltiviition or dlvldinu iutn huuiu
Also, tract Liuid suit-
staid lutH lieur IIoiiollllll, (load ruxiium
(mm rico luiiils.
I 'or further luillmilaifi. Iniiulro of
"S'.'L , A. V. aimi,
KT01I!) ON IUMC1 HTttHlST, jiinn
is our new inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of nil kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tlroeggs .Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odur; easy to uso. Tho great
valuo of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy the eggs and
break 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 tako
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. Corsets
vo b"g to call ftpecial nttoution to tho
K D. LINEN
Of which we carry All Sizes In Btock.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. M,
andlt'lGr m., arriving iu Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class 'Jil Class
Pearl City $ 75 CO
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Wuiiimio 1 50 1 25
ItV A WIDOW LAM' AS HOIISU'
ltomicr or CohuwiIomi )0t of rcferuncoH.
MHS.J. J. KI'.USO,
IC3.tf 1831'ort Hlictt.
a HJW.iusn aumuou on
Elegant Wash Materials
N. S. SACHS'
520 Korfc Sfcroet.
New Krencli Organdies
Exquisite i'attcriis in Light mid Dark Grounds.
Printed Dimities and Muslins . . ,
In Prltty Dnin'y l'I)?ttres nnd Hnir Stripes.
. Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A riNi: ASSORTMENT OF
3Perciles I lEoaro.lo. !
Ht IIhIi l.ttcTiM fur Shin WuintK.
A Now Assortment. Choice Pattern.
v 7I&UREU AND SOLID COLOR, ART PBHUU
SPECIAL DAKC1AINS IN
"Valenciei me '." Lnoes!
Piano for S1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
Ey paying u single big silver dollar for tho privilcgi of guessing how
AVill burn, now ou exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call nnd oxamino tho Piano. Every lover of music
will recogmzo tho superior qualities or. the "v isehor urniuL
Every purchaser of Ono Dollar's -worth of goods is entitled to 11
guess. Wo havo adopted this menus of more largely advertising the
high morits of tho Fischer Piauo.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OP JUNE
And will bo held uudor tho porsonal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Ilonolulu.
$loo COUPON 22
I Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Height of Candlo 4 Feet. Contest Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
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MJII.1IIV r l'
E5J- Tho nearest
cornet (.'ucbs will
take tlio l'lano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing Out Sele
IS THE TALK
Lai'S'o T-iino oi Undorwonr!
X-jaryyo Stocic oi'Sillcn nnd Satins !
L,ixi'c Stocic oi CJlotliK mitl Series !
J-iixve Stocic oi" AVliito iMxislins !
Aro being .sold during tho month of March nt Half Prico.
A. Great Opportunity!
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
AS nl'I'OHTUNlTY 'HI l'l ItCIIASK A
rinu iiiiiuiifii I'iMiirf Aniiiui, i' i r . i . Ken
tlo nnil ioiiiul lii mery rDpe 1. 1 oikrul In h
JUvflUilinxby Miirlii, Aimr.oul, ilmn Kll
tin V li)' Vi'luiitavr. lliu ll..rm I. it linn
ilrhurniuU'lM ovlilimuo ut imliia wty tm.
TIiu snlinui l now In Hit) ImmU uf sn iuitl
tof Vur tmriumUr, ai-i'l ! ....
lSw Al lUjiilaal tofk IrBwk,
this Coupon nnil )ir.icnt faino to im per-
t. (nnll B A...II11II inn ll It. .!. jll.lln. ..l I.I
IUUII. lit tlHlllHIIH.ll 1J .MIV UUIlill. Htlll II. f
rtiiirn o RIVU i oil inu cuoice in uiiunoiinr norm 01 ,J
Kooili Ironi our lnrKii ntul athil Block, anil at tlio ft
tame time wo will recurd jour;ic im follows: H
How Long Will It Burn?
Dajs Hours Mlmitea M
HONOLULU. H. . is)
NO'IIUB 18 IIKIIK1IV (IIVI'.S TIIATTHK
Mercnulllu llutluivn IhtlIoIiiio carrleil on In
llinioliilii li.v Jiit.n 'llioinn Wiittf luiitru will
lio uiulliuu'il li) tlio iimler.l(,'iii.il tuuler tin)
iiljlii mill iiniiiiiiit
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Tim wilil Inioiiii'Mi Mill Imi iiiulcr tlio Muii.
KMIAIIlt llf Mil IlKHHt ViLI(lIIWII Willi
villi aut fur me iimlur u full ('own n uliur-
iuli.Aiiivni iiuwHNj: wathiiiiouhk.
(wwHinr of ! Suit ihvIim tiwUr llm
'P JtrtiB T WHlMbuMM, Jr.
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