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EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOlI 23, 189G
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Company II will liavo drill this
Band concert tit Emma square
The First Battalion will drill
II. Vidn mid P. W. Thrum huvo
returned from Mnui.
Tho Clnudino brought 10G deck
The Karaolmmohn boys will
givo a concert on April 11th.
Imported hats and othor novel
ties at Mrs. ITannn's on Fort
Miss Kuto Field will likely
leavo for Hawaii by tomorrow's
A. E. Murphy's household fur
nituro will bo" sold at auction
Oahu Lodgo No. 1, K. of P.,
conferred tho esquire rank Satur
Makiki had a smart shower of
rain on Saturday evening but
none fell in town.
Bishop Willis confirmed thirty
persons at St. Andrew's Cathedral
F. A. Sohaofer and family havo
moved out to thoir "Waikiki re
sidence for a month.
B. L. Finney has moved into his
aow residonco, corner Wilder
avonuo and Makiki street.
Tho candlo guessing contest
still continues to attract great at
tention at Wall, Nichols Co.
Threatening weathor provontcd
the usual good attendance at
Saturday af toruoon's band concort
Tho Progressive Educator for
March has been recoived. Teach
ers should encourage this paper.
Tho new pleasuro boat for tho
Ilcalani boat club will soon bo
completed. Mr. Ball is tho build
er. A delegation of the Salvation
. Army pooplo hold services on tho
warship Adams yesterday morn
ing. The crop of Saturday night
drunks was unusually small, only
two of them being landed in
During necessary repairs to tho
Wilder steamship .wharf that
company's vessels aro using tho
Tho mounted patrol gave an ex
hibition drill on Saturday after
noon at Makiki, at which Presi
dent Dole and others wore pre
sent. Tho band will play at Emma
square on Tuesday and AVednos
doy evenings, on Thursday at
Miikoo Island and on Friday
at tho Hawaiian hotel.
Work is being rushed on tho
Opora Ho iso by contractor Lin
coln and tho roof will bo com
pleted by Saturday. Interior
work can then bo commenced.
Tho BuiiLKTiN acknowledges ro
coipt of tho Constitution and By
laws of tho Medical Association of
Hawaii, uUo an address at the
opening of that body by Dr. Bus
sol. Tho Makiki lots advertised for
sale on Saturday next by Jas. F.
Morgan havo a rich alluvial soil
from twenty to twenty-two feet in
depth and tho watur supply is
Largo numbors of tho steamer
edition of the Evening Bulletin
wbro mailed by tho Australia on
Saturday by thoso who wanted
to send tho nows and did not have
time to write.
Thoro was a biggor crowd than
usual to soo tho Australia off on
Saturday afternoon. On tho
Bteerago ond of tho vessel tho deck
was wet with tears shed over faro
Dotectivo Kaapa landed a
couplo of Ohineso chefa dealers in
tho station houso about 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, togothor with
a complete outfit of tickets and a
lot of ehiclion foed.
Mrs. Chas. J. McCarthy has
boon ilungorouHlv ill fur tho nasi
wook. Her condition is slightly
improved today and tlm physicians
aro moro hopeful. Charloy has
tho sympathy f uvcrybody.
In tho Huit of tho Afoug minors
nmiiiiht A. S. JJmnpliroyH and
otiiiTx, Jnllon ). liny no luiM boon
Nurvod with u tomiHirnry Injuno
lloii fiil'lllllllillg III") fl'llll pllll
IUIiIiik nnytliinK wmwiiing lli
A Portuguese was arrested this
morning for furious riding.
Tho usual rovival sorvices at
tho Christian church tonight.
This issue of tho Bulletin con
tains ton pages. See that you got
tho whole of it.
H. W. Schmidt will receive
writton offors for rent of cottages
on Boretania street.
A notico of a dividend ou Ha
waiian Sugar Co. Btock appears
in anothor column.
Mrs. Rudolph Aucrbach pre
sented hor husbaud with a bounc
ing baby girl yesterday morning.
Tho chefa gamblers, arrested
by Dotectivo Kapaa yesterday
morning, will no tried tomorrow.
II. F. Wichman tells of an old
"turnip" made into a trustworthy
timepioco, in his column in this
Tho funeral of Kahaawonolo w,
tnko.4 pluco at 4:00 p. in. today
under tno direction ot L. A.
James F. Morgan's groat salo of
residonco sites at Manoa will bo
hold at his salesroom at noon
of April 8.
Tho Kamohamoba Gleo Club
pleased everybody with thoir sing
ing at tho Bomig mooting Satur
Somo of tho converts of tho
Piomig meetings will be baptized
after tho close of tho regular ser
Among tho arrivals on tho
Claudino yesterday woro Mrs. A.
P. Jones, Mrs. H."W. Bowon and
W. W. Dimond calls attention
to his bargains in general and a
leader in the shape of Diotz lan
terns in particular.
L. AV. Hough, tho popular
druggist, waB elected an honorary
member of Company D, N. G. H.,
at thoir meeting last week.
Souvenir spoons and Hawaiian
curios aro for salo by II. G. Biart,
whd does watch repairing and
jewelry in a skilful maunor.
Mystic Lodgo No. 2, K. of P.,
will move from its prosont quar
ters on Kingstreot to Oahu Lodgo
hall, Fort street, ou April 1st.
A Chinese is held at tho Polico
Station for investigation as to his
connection with tho chefa gamo
raided by David Kapaa yesterday.
Company D, N. G. H., will
probably build a shooting range
i of their own, arraugomonts with
Uompany i having fallen
N. S. Sachs announces his
Eautor opening of fino millinery
on Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Ladies are cordially in
vited to call and seo tho latest
Tho sale of dry goods, etc., at
II. W. Schmidt & Sons has at
tracted a great many householders
today. So good mi opportunity
of obtaining necessary articles at
a low figuro seldom offers.
A yachting party wont on an
excursion to Pearl Harbor yostor
day in tho Edith L. and Pokii.
Whilo there several turtles woro
shot by ouo of tho parties, but
sank before they could bo secured.
Thoro is nothing in tho report
of an attempted burglary at
Watorhouso's Queen street stores
ou Saturday evening. Tho em
ploye of tho crockery department
liad raised tho sheathing of a
shed to lot in moro air, and this
led to a roport that tho roof had
Frodoriok Carlos Smith, tho
gonial agent of tho Oahu railway,
was tho recipient of double honors
hist week in boing elected a lifo
niombor of ConipuuyD, N.G.H.,
and also to membership in tho
Hawaiian Society, Sons of tho
American Bovolution. Tho patri-
1 atiu ancestor of 1 rod. was Win.
! Douglas of Plainfield, Connecti
cut, n colonel iu tho war for Am
erican independence At tho out
break of tho Revolution in 1775
ho raised a company of New
Haven inon and joined in an ex
pedition to Canada. Later ho was
put in command of tho'ilooton
Lako Champlaui, boing a boh
capiniu. Hemming to iowJiavou
iu 177(1, Cftplaiu Douglas organ
ised a regimont ami took part in
tho campaign around Now York.
From fearful oxpoHiirn during
thin (Mimimigh IiIh IioiiIIIi mivn
way mid Iih (llwl In Mny, 17J, n
martyr of Ilia wwr nl llio onrly nye
of 1)15 ywu'H.
Highost of .ll iu Leavening Power.
WM. JAMKN S.HITII DEAD.
for n AVIiolo (Jeitrrntlou In
tho l'ulillc Sen Ire.
William James Smith passed
away, after a lingering illness of
several mouths, at his houso on
Boretania street at 9:-15 o'clock on
Sunday morning. Ho was born
of English missionary parentage
at Pnpnin, Tahiti, August ii-J,
1839, consequently was in his
57th year at death. Mr. Smith's
uarents moved to Honolulu in
1815, and his mother lived uutil
six or soven years ago.
Tho lamented uontletnnn re
ceived a good education at tho
Royal school, somo of his school
mates being members of the royal
family who later occupied the
throne. Ho entered business lifo
aftor leaving school, first keeping
a store for himself, at the corner
of Nuuanu street and Chaplain
lane, and afterward taking em
ployment successively with A. S.
Cleghorn fc Co. and M. S. Grin
baum fc Co.
Mr. Smith became secretary of
tho Board of Education in 18G5,
holding tho ollico until 1891, or a
period of nearly thirty years. Ho
was a member of tho Privy Coun
cil of State, and received decora
tions from King Kalakaua and
tho Emperor of Japan. (Mr.
Smith hold tho friendship and
confidence of Queen Liliuokalani
in a high degree, and was fre
quently consulted by her on mat
ters of state. As ho was possessed
of raro good senso, besides boing
of a conservative and discreot turn
of mind, it may bo believed that
his counsols woro such as woro
worthy to bo followed.
Ho was ono of tho prominont
membors of the British Club, now
called tho Paciiic,and being a very
companionable man took a lead
ing part in tho informal debates
on public affairs at that institu
tion. His affinities woro with tho
survivors of old Honolulu, or tho
roal kamaainas, beyond whoso
circle and that of tho teaching
fratornity from his long incum
bency as executive officer of tho
Board of Education he seldom
Mr. Smith leaves three sistors
Mrs. J. H. Turton of San Fran
cisco and Mrs. J. A. Hassingor
and Mrs. George J.Iois of Hono
lulu. Tho funoral takes placo at
tliruo o'clock this afternoon, Bov.
Alex. Mackintosh officiating. Mr.
Smith 1ms loft, it is believed, a
Wall, Nichols Co. aro getting
in a first class lot of sporting
goods in tho way of bats, balls,
tonniH, cricket, football and base
Auction Sale by Jas. '. Morgan.
AUUTIv SALE OP
On THURSDAY, March 20,
AT 10 O'Oi.OOK A. M.,
At the KobMou o of Miu A. E. MUIU'IIY,
curntr K ng auil Keeuuiuokii utrcetK, I will
bell at Public Auction, tho Honseliulil Par
Wiolcor P itlor Set, Oak IlO'-kon,
Knsel, Oak mill lluttnu Ceuter Trtblm,
l.iiro Cuutcr ii il Midi llugJ,
EHGRA.VLNGS, WATER COLORS,
Hunting Lamps, Upholstered Ulvau,
Turtiera, i'imm Luuipe,
Oak Bedroom Sets,
Oak Wuvilrobo. Mn'tioasfij nuil
MuMpiltu Nuts, ()uk Kxtfiiwion
1 wing Tubli, Oitk Hi lehuuril,
Hiuucr and lea bct Oliwjwuri',
I Redwood Gtova and UtonsJU,
lli'frlKenilor, Sfmit Snfo,
Oauleti TuoIh, l'.tc, L'n.
SSfl ,'lt Auotloimer.
CI FL HIS I IT V. LTVA'X
ATTORNEY fiT WW.
Latest U.S. Gov't Eoj ort.
is our new inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys the eggs. "Won't stain;
doisu't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. Tho great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Pull 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.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Tliuic's a lot in tho way
gond3 uru shown and a lot in
thu buying uf them. Our
place is a combination of good
buying and. good showing.
Note result: The lnrgest ag
gregation of fine goods blend
ing harmoniously with a cheap
er variety ever shown in Ho
nolulu. Sometimes when a buyer
happens in a factory whero tho
supply is greater than the de
mand thuie is a chance for a
bargain. Then, too, manufac
turers occasionally want to re
alize on their product between
seasons. This also is a bargain
ch.iucc. It happens in dif
ferent lines' and wo managed
to get one or two to offer j'ou.
Listen to th.s: A genuine
Diet, lantern at 50c. Three
different stylcs.cnc just as good
as tlio other. You nevor
bought ono in Honolulu be
fore for less than a third moro,
sometimes you've been asked
double the price.
This is one of our bargains
for tins week there aro others
just as good. You know what
burg diis mean in somo adver
tisements ours are facts.
Von Holt Building.
a nivmr.'n will hk mn: AN'D
pnynlilo ou the Cnltil Hlook of tlio lis-
1...1I I ISllll II.A UlnV l.i..L-y nf fll.l
(.'oinimuy will lio cIomxI to InuinferH from
noon rtatiinliiv. Mureli Mill, until April li-
S.V,l.nt Soumtary 1 1 . H, Co.
Loase of Cottagos.
wmrriut M'tMimt fun hunt ui;
C'lti hii IJeHt'iyU MrHi.1, NilH),wlll
N. S. SACHS'
londayj Tuepday ad Wednosday,
March 23d, 24th and 25th.
,--,AN ELEGANT LOT OF-,
K imported Hats and Bonnets $
Ribbons and Flowers !
T Ladies arc cordially
Latest Styles for tho coining season.
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
13y paying a single big Bilvcr dollar for the privilogn ot guessing Jiow
Will burn, now ou exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY )
largo show window. Call and oxaruino tho I'iano. Evory lover of music
will recognizo tho superior qualities o the "Fischer" Grand.
Evory purchaser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. Wc have adopted this moans of more largely, advertising tho
high merits of tho Fisclior Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo ou thu
11th. DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under the personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
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tpx-ww uuuruiN s
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
p Hoight of Candlo'4 Foot.
VnllK'tl ill (:!30.
C3" Tlio nearest
p correct jtuvm will
J IUKU II1U i 1UI1U.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU, H. I.
STILL GOING ON !
ssng hut dale
IS THE TALK
Lar'J Lino oi Untlci-wem I
IiixTf'i Stoclc of Sillcw :inl Satins I
Large Stoclc of OlotUs and Surges !
Larffo Stoclc of White PHiisliris !
Aro being sold during tho month of March nt Half Price.
A. G-reat OppoiMunity ! .
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 5!9 FORT STREET.
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Liiiiis lor w
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A Good Investment I
MCI! UN1W WITH AIUJ.N'DANT
mijiply ol wnlcr. AW), Irnet l.uml wilt
nlilofiirtmliuiitiun or ilUlilliw lulu lww'
tlwil luU uiMr llyHalnlit, Ouwl wvmm
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I'm (urtlwr lmltoiUtt, IimiuImi nf
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New Advertisements. "f
invited to call and sec the
Contoat Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
Till tn tills Coujion-nnJ (irciicnt eaine to us icr
Bonnlly or liy mall, i.cci)ninnlnl Ijy one ilollal, unil In
reltirn we kivc yon tlio rliolcu nf onudiillnr' north or
KooiU Irom our lnr') ami ntleil stock, nnil at tbc
same time wo will record jour guess us follow :
How Long "Will It Burn ?
Eagle -:- House
(iTmo. MoLllAK, Prop.)
N'uuHiiu Ae., Itetwi'i'ii Uorclanlu nm Scliool
ROOM AND BOARD:
J'ur Vok U.OI)
Itimuii to lot wllliiiiu iHMnl it I'wfunM,
SIT IkimliiK ovwy H.Ur4v with IU,
MttTlMll (TlHti l.illll In iitlH44ilM,
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