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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 21, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Colonel G. F. Littlo is in tho
3and concert at Einnin squnro
David Kawannnnkon has ro
turned from a trip to Hawaii.
There- was no session of tho
Houso of Representatives today.
Rev. Mr. Garvin will preach at
Kamohanioha Hall at 11 a. m. to
morrow. Tho next steamer from San
Francisco is tho 13elgie, duo next
Tho trial of II. M. Berg for va
grancy has been again continued
Miss A. Cnhill, Hotel strnot,
calls attention to a fine display of
II. F. Allen gons to San Fran
cisco on tho Australia. "Y F.
Allonis not going away.
H. J. Lyman, E. J. Weight, 0.
von Harain and Harry Gohan
camo over on tho Kinau.
Tho Y. 3iL C. A. orchestra will
liavo a special rohearsal tonight
for their coming concert.
Tho candlo guessing contest
still continues to attract great at
tention at Wall, NicholB Co.
Tho Kamohamohn Gleo Club
will sing at tho revival sorviccs of
tho Christian church tonight.
Tho Kinau brought a big cargo
of Biigar 11,075 bags, besides
horses, Bhoop and other f roight.
Rev. Mr. Birnio will speak at
Control Union church tomorrow
evening on "Tho Argument from
Philip Pock, tho Olaa coffeo
planter, camo up on tho Kinau;
ulso E. D. Baldwin, tho Hilo sur
veyor. In tho polico court this morn
ing the charge of larceny in tho
third degrco against H. Mailo was
Bmhop "Willis will administer
tho rito of confirmation at tho 11
a. in. sorvico at St. Andrew's Cathe
Mrs. En Syaka Aseu hap ox
changed 113 fathoms of land for
JJ210 square feet, on tho proposed
River street, with tho Government.
Evangelist Romig will deliver a
spocial address to raon at tho
Christian church tomorrow even
ing, but tho ladies aro especially
The chargo against tho threo
newsboys for selling Sun Fran
cisco papers without a liebnso has
boon continued until moved on by
A sailor named Hoigler pleaded
guilty this morning in Judgo do
la Vergne's court of an assault
with a dangerous weapon on 11.
ltoist. Sentence was suspended.
This paper contaius all tho im
portant happenings of tho islands
siuco the departure of tho Ala
meda. Mail a copy of it to your
At Kawaiahao church tomorrow
evening somo of tho teachers who
returned on tho Morning Star will
givo on account of missionary
work in Micronesia.
Rov. Mr. Peck's subjects at tho
Methodist church tomorrow will
bo "How to Livo as a Christian"
in the mo:ning,and ''Good Morals
Necessary to Good Laws" at night.
Mrs. Larkons, who is horo in tho
intorest of tho King's JJaughlois'
Homo of San Francisco, wishes to
oxpross hor thanks for courteous
troatmout received during hor stay
In answer to a question by Rep.
Illinium jestorday, tho Minister
of tho Interior said tho romoval
of tho powder mugaziuo was un
der consideration. That's what it
was livo years ago.
A musicalo and recitation will
bo givon at St. Paul's school, Ma-kapahi-by-tho-Si-ii,
ovoning noxt at 8 oVlock. Misn
Anno Proscott tho author is
toucher of this school, and evident
ly know's how to nmko things
While returning from tho Myr
tle bouthoiiHO yostoiday evening,
Hovorul of tho boys on their wImoIh
ullompiori a riuio, which resulted
in u collision, For hovuhiI inin-
Ulan, bloyolou and ridort worn
filrown uvor ho mud. Chnrliu
Omitu bud hi lUi" slightly
ilamnifod, hut happily no out vitn
A YONDROUS CHANGE. '
TII15 STOUV OJ' A YOI Ml I.AHY
isr s.tnrii'H iai,i..
Ili-r Itcnllli Wnn Madly Shattered
Nullernl from a llml Oolieli iiml
('nu.tmit I'm I n In flic Nlilc I'hIci
mill AlinoM lllooillcnH Hor lluulih
l'rom tho Smith's rutin llcoord.
"1 know that if I had uot begun
taking Dr. AVilliams' Pink Pills I
woula not have lived much longer."
These words were uttered by Miss
Mossop, daughtor of Mr. Johnston
Mossop, of this town, and a young
lady extremely popular among
her friends and acquaintances.
Miss Mossop had been ailing for
several years, and hor rccovory to
health is a mutter of genoral re
joicing among hor friends. To a
roporter sho gave her story as fol
lows: '! scarcely know how my
illness began. Tho first symptom
was a feeling of tiredness upon tho
slightest exertion. Tho color loft
my face, and 1 become as palo as
a corpse. Then 1 was attacked
with a pain in my loft sido and
coughed a great deal. At
iirst homo remedies wero
tried, but as they did not
do any good a doctor was
called in, nnd I wus under his care
Could not Go Up Stairs mMoic Jiestbig.
for about a year. But tho treat
ment did not do mo any good, and
I was steadily growing weaker and
weaker. I was unable to go up
stairs without having to sit down
and rest when I got thore, and the
pain in my side became more aud
moro intense I kept wasting
away and lost all intorest in life,
and at last was so low that recov
ery was not expected. At this
juncturo my mother saw an article
in a newspaper relating to tho cure
of a young lady whoso case was
almost idontical with my own, and
whoso euro was duo to Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills, and this prompt
ed a trial of that medicino. By
tho time a couplo of boxes wore
ued there vn a fooling of im
provement and I continued using
tho Pink Pills until I had taken
nine boxes, all the time gaining
rapidly, until now I feel tlmti
have recovored my old time hoalth.
I can now walk a long distance
without being tired, and I am
no longer troubled with that
terrible pain in my side. My np
potito has returned and I can now
eat almost as much as any moin-
oer ot the tamily, and I know that
had I not begun taking Pink Pills
I would not liavo lived much long
or." Mrs. Mossop says sho cannot
oxpross the gratitudo sho fools to
ward this grand medicino which
has restored hor loved daughter's
health, and will always speak of
it in terms of praise.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro
especially vuluublo to womon.
They build up tho blood, restoro
the norves, and eradicate those
troubles which makes the lives of
so many womon, old and young, a
burden. Dizziness, palpitation of
tho heart, nervous headache and
norvoiiB prostration speedily yield
to this wonderful medicino.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro
sold by Hoi,usti:h Dituo Co.,
wholesale agents for Hawaii, and
all doalors in medicine.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
An Uleguut l.lnu (i I Imported
French Pattern llats, BouhdIs & Tops
Will bo displayed. AImi, I tin l.nol
Fancy Pocsian & Drcadon Ribbono
Mm am iweliiw m ami variety.
MUSS A. UAI I i.ru
M Hold girvti. ri
. - am iuiv h hi fli i i jf
"!!P" . 7.
"'fit'1081 of "" iu Li'ivouing Pownr.Latest tT.S. Gov't Itonort.
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A half dozen years ago n
gentleman of Honolulu re
uinrktal after buying und ri
ding u bicycle that "the day
will come when half of Hono
lulu will be on wheels."
The remark or prophecy 1ms
become literally a fact, for who
is it who will not ride a bicycle
when they can get one that is
ns reliuble as the Ivor John
This is a now wheel hero
and it will take titno to intro
duce it, but once it gets a hold,
or rather once it is seen on the
street and tried it will replace
nearly all tho makes now sold
here. We huve tho Ivor
Johnson; it is a 1 igh grade
bicycle of 189G pattern and is
sold under a guarantee. Georgo
IT. Paris will ride a Johnson
and you who aro used to
wheels and know a good one
when you seo it will recognize
at a glanco tho good points.
Wo have others. Four
months ago a bicyclo agent in
San Fraiicisco in order to in
troduce his wheel took over
from the proprietor of a cvcle-
ry ull the wheels ho had in
stock. Some were a week old,
others . new, some had been
used a month. They aro as
good today us when the' loft
tho factory. Wo ' took the
whole stock at a bargain.
You have a chance to got
them from us.
Vim Holt Building.
THE Al ST HAM SHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Foil TUB ADOVE POUT ON
Hntiirriiiy, .Hstruli ii 1st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tlio mulorni(,'no(l njv now prepared to
Irsiio Through Tickets from tin City to nil
poinMlii Hie United Stat h
iiTVot fiutht'i' imittoiiliiw tegnrdiug
Froi'hi or IVoe, apply to
Wm. g. irwin .to-., r.'n,
2.VJ-IK R-ncrol AgontH.
Saturday, March 21st.
Evcrylhhuj Slrirthj HnxcaUan.
Banquet! Music! Dancing!
PST" Dinnor nt fi i M. Dnnc
iny ut 8:110. ItefroBiinioiits dur
ing tho ovoning.
8J37 Tho Hnwaiiiin Quintotto
Cluh is engaged for Uuh occasion.
Tickets, - SBl.OO
ham: on this iiunu
Is Honolnln's Favorite Table Butter!
? Try K.uiiplo mid yon will tiny no
Foi le ufc urj ienjij peit fyll
HENRY DAVIS & CO,,
nun i'. .11 hiiwi,
is our new inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths nnd
insect pests of nil kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't huve an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in the cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy tho 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 take
no risk. Price 25c.
Got it of
1IOBRON DRUG CO.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. Corsets
We 1)?k to call special attention to tho
P. D. LINEN
Of which wo enrry All Sizoa in Htock.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Take an Outing
Trnins will hiivn ut 9:15 a. m.
nnd )'A5 r. M.,nrrivin in Mono
lulu at 3:11 mid 5:55 i. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lt Class lid ClflDD
Pearl Citv 75 $ CO
Ewn Plantation... 1 00 75
Wniiiuiio 1 50 1 L'5
1JV A WIDOW I.ADV AS IIOlTSn-
lttHinur or Coiiiinuiiuin litmt of roteruueou.
IflS.tf 183 l'tift glicnt.
A HKUOKIMIAND CJ.VUIU.Vtir. "It
luiuur Iu jntd urilur, Afray t "VV,("
! Elegant Wash Materials
N. S. SACHS'
520 IPorfc Street.
Nevv Krencli Orgaiidies
Kxquisito Patterns in Light nnd Dark Ground).
Printed Dimities and Muslins . . ,
In Trltty Dnin'y Fi);nrcs nnd Ilnlr Stripes.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A FINL ASSOKTMEN'T OK
Percales I Percales I
StylNh l'litteni' for Shirt Wnlslo.
A New Assortmeut. Choice l'nttcrnn.
FIGURED AND SOLID COLOR, ART DENIK
SPECIAL UAIIQAINS IN
Valencienne '. Laces !
Piano for $100
A Fine $350
By paying n single big silver dollar
AVill burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
lnrgo show window. Call and oxnmino the Piano. Every lover of music
will rccognizo tho superior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchaser of Oiio Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
f;upss. Wo have adoptod this moans of more largoly advertising the
ligh merits of tho Pisehor Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th. DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under tho porsonal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
sloo COUPON 9t-
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Hoight of Candlo 4 Foot.
Viiliictl i s:i.lo.
a 7 ilio nearest
correct nui' iii
take thu Piano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU, H. I.
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing Out Sale
IS THE TALK
rjarje Xjino ot Unrtorwonr!
Lu.i'je Stock . Stiles nnd Sn-tlns I
lMVfre Stoclc ot Olothn nnl Soi'jyeH I
Largo Stoclc of While Insliiis !
Aro being sold during the month of March at Halt' Price.
A. G-reat Opporluiiily !
TEMPLE OF FftSHION, 519 FORT STREET.
AN Ol'I'iUITIMTV TO I'l'IU MASK A
l'lnu lllo"ded 111 IvIllK AllllllHl, in Hi lit L'HI
tin nud iiiinid ill every rwperl, i nllreil In u
liny (U'Ullur hy Martti, fi eui.ulil, ilmu Kn
IIm V liy ViOiiiiur. iliu llnuu U n IIiid
ilrltur nnd itlti's utlltvute of lulnu tij fasi
Tim enlnml U uuw In Hip hand. l mi utpuil
vuveil I ml hit.
iW I'T IwilUulsri, Riiiih in
i a!,fti. imvii,
mMvt Ai KlloUiii I'tiU )rg k.
for tho privilege of guessing how
Contest Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
Kill In this Conpon nnd prccnt mme to ub per
koiiiiIIj (ir ly mull, nccuiiipniiU'd l nn ilnllar, ntul In
return we i;fvuyoii the choice of one dollar's north of
Hood Iron) our laro nnd vailed stock, and at tlio
tame time we 1U record jour nuets n follows:
How Lons Will It Burn
SOTlCi; IS I1KKKIIV HIVDN TIIATTIII.
Meiiaullle llui-lnei.il lierctoforu .carried on In
Honolulu li.v ilnliu TIioiiiik Wulerliou.u will
In minium d h) tin- iiihIi r.lnid iiiuler tlio
Ijle ami iiinnu of
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Tlio ili IhmIiii'm will he under llm llan.
uauiiinit III' Mil lll.MIV VTMIIII)WH Vtli
will rl for Hie iimti i u full ur of tttlni'
iiZAHHTii iioi'iini; watkiiiiouhk,
HfMHllflr 1)1 ami fulK llml.e MIMlttr I III)
Will HI.IHMH I . Wttti'lUi.u.e, Jl
IWHUklH, Mnrt'tl I, ttm