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EVENING BULLETIN, MAKOH 30, 189G,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Trout room to let.
Circus on "Wednesday evening.
David K. Bakor, iloriat, has a
Sis native ohofa players woro
arrested this morning.
Tbo schools close next Friday
for the EaBtor vacation.
Senator Baldwin returned from
' Kauai by tho Mikahala.
Tho usual revival sorvices at tho
Christian Church tonight.
"W. II. Cornwoll came over on
tho Olaudino this morning.
Captain Androws and L. A.
Andrews arrived on tho Olaudino.
George Spa, clerk at tho polico
station, is again on duty alter a
bad spoil of illness.
Tho minstrol show has been
linally set for next Saturduy ovon
ing at tho drill shed.
Mrs. Charles L. Carter and child
woro among tho roturuing pas
songors on tho Bolgic. .
Pacific Lodgo of Masons haB a
Bpecial meeting tonight, with
work in tho second degree.
Spend a dollar. You might bo
tho lucky purchaser and got tho
Piano at Wall, Nichols Co.
According to advices received
by tho last mail, Hawaiian bonds
nro quoted at 105 ?f in London.
The polico raided two Chiueso
gambling donB yesterday and
captured fifteen domino fiends.
Genial "Bob" Mooro will do tho
"Man on tho Roof" at tho mins
trol show next Saturday night.
Sonator Ilornor returned by the
Claudino today and was on hand
at today's session of tho Sonato.
Tho auction salo of Minister
Willis' furnituro takos placo to
morrow fit 10 o'clock at the lega
tion. Tho band will play at Emma
squaro this evening at tho usual
hour. Tho native songs are on
Owing to tho prevailing windy
weather thoro will bo no perform
ance at tho circus tout until Wed
Tho orodit salo of H.W.Schmidt
& Sons will bo continued ou Wed
nesday by W. S. Luco at tho lat
ter's uuction room.
Others guess; why not you?
Somo ono will got tho Fischer
Piano, and all for a dollar pur
chaso at Wall, Nichols Co.
Tho now robes for the Justices
of tho Supremo Court came by
tho Bolgic and woro worn by their
Honors at this mornmg s session.
Ministor King has approved u
new set of regulations tor hack
drivers concerning fared, stands,
etc., which will go into oft'oct on
Tho Supromo Court this morn
ing heard n fishery rights appeal
from Wailuku. Judge Kalua of
tho Second Circuit Court was in
Price and Burns, tho ownors of
tho Circus, assume all tho ex
penses of medical treatment for
tho lnd who had his leg broken
This being holy week, thero will
be services of tho Second Congre
gation of St. Androw's Cathedral
ovory day at. 12 m. and 5:5 p.m.
.Nfeoimuios' Homo, corner Hotel
undNuiitinu stvet'ts, lodging by
day, wewk or month. TormB: 26
and 50 couu par night $1, and
1.25 por weoK.
Acting Sheriff J. H. Coney of
Kauai, who latoly distinguished
himself by his speedy bringing of
young shop-breakors to justico, is
on a visit to tho city.
Frank Godfrey has a .book print
ed in London in 1595, being tho
"Florentine Historio, by Nicholas
Maechiavolli." It is more anciont
than tho oldest printed Biblo.
Brown & Kubey havo for salo
a comploto linoof watches, clocks, j
cutlery ana boiju ami piaiou jowoi
ry of ovory description, that they
are selling at roasouablo prices.
A bright sparkling bovorago,
noted for its ngrooablo ilavor, is
tho judgment oE boor drinkorB in
rogard to Soattlo boor, for salo in
bottlos or on tap tit tho Orilorion.
Senator II. P. Baldwin has ro
coivod tho contract for supplying
good boof Mulllo for thu Lopor
RoltlouiDiit lit 82Q u lioitd. TIiIh is
$! mora Hum tlio uxpiring noii-tract.
Judgo do la Vorgno is hearing
civil suits this afternoon.
Josoph Tinker, City Meat Mar
kot, has fresh frozen salmon.
' For one wook N. S. Sachs will
11 .11.1.. i l.i.. i .1 p.
sou emmron s nais, iriuiineu ireo
Heo Clio will act as manacer
of. Yuen Keo & Co. while 0. Wi-J
nam is absent.
Julion D. Havuo's caso was
again put off in tho District Court
this morning, this timo until
April 1st. I
Stockholders of tho Hawaiian j
Baseball Association aro to meet
at 12:30 ). m. tomorrow at Col.
Ono of tho three biennial chest
nutsa bill to tako jury terms
away from Lahaina was tho Cir
cuit Court bill roferrod to tho
Judiciary Committeo of tho llouso
this morning. tThofight has been
carried on for fifteen or twenty
years, but Lahaiua still lives as a
Four prisonors woro roturned
to Kailua, Kona, Hawaii, on the
Waialealo today. Two of thorn
aro natives, natnod Miki and Alu
wahino, charged respectively with
manslaughter and houso breaking
in Kona and North Kohala;
AJilo, is a Chinaman, charged
with housebreaking, and Peter
Gomez, a Portuguese, with burgla
ry in tho first degree. Theso
prisonors wore sent hero somo
weeks ago from Kona and aro
now roturned to bo tried boforo
the Third Circuit Court.
In tho Daily Loader of Galiou,
Ohio, March 0, is a highly com
plimentary notico of tho Hawai
ian band, including praiso of its
mombors for thoir education and
manners. It is stated that tho
band had left for Marion, and
wore gradually working toward
Chicago, whoro they havo a good
Bummor engagement at Lincoln
Park. A soparate itom in tho
Leader tolls of tho Hawaiian gloo
club's having furnished all tho
mu6io on tho occasion of a sermon
preached boforo tho Knights of
Pythias at Galiou. They sang
somo sacred selections in thoir
i.i:ai.M,ATinu: in ni:ssion.
Continued from 1st Page.
Tho remaining sections of the
bill passed, and it was appointed
to bo read a third timo on Thurs
day. Tho Senate bill to amend tho
law taxing inheritances camo up
for second reading. It exempts
legacies to grand-children from
paying tho tax, bosides thoso to
other degrees of consanguinity
mentioned in tho law nMRfl9. If
was referred to the Judiciary com
mitteo. Bop. Robertson asked what was
tho object of having the law thus
Minister Cooper said it was
unjust to oxompt moro distant re
latives while taxing grand- child
ron. Bop. Bycroft suggested it would
bo advisable to havo tho Judiciary
committeo bring in a now bill, as
ho thought tho exemptions wont
too far'in tho law.
Bop. MoBryde thought tho
Miuistor should try to havo tho
exemptions curtailed rather than
Bop. WinBton advised doferring
further discussion until tho com
A bill to nmond tho law relating
to tho torrns of tho Circuit CourtB
was readby citlo and referred to
tho Judiciary committeo.
Adjourned at 11:35.
NOTES OF IiOTII HOUSES.
Evory Senator was present at
this morning's sossion.
It is Baid that a "combine" of
island capitalists has been formed
to tako up any loans authorized
by the Legislature.
An open meeting of tho Bpecial
committeo on Ministor Damon's
Loan Act is taking placo this af
tornoon and a numbor of local
capitalists nro prosont.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Kuuauu Yalloy, nbovo tho ilnusoleum.
All orders qivon prompt mid faithful at
tention, No oxtru clmrgo for tlclivorliiK
l'lowera to any uit of tho oily, Loin,
Mountain Oiouns and C'urnatloim a biio
I'llONT UOOU NIUTJA' IMJIINJ.H1IKI)
nt No, I Hinma triH)t. mi floor nlmvu
Highest of nil in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't'Boport.
Is going to cause serious trou
ble You can not afford to
let a cough linger. Perhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no roliof. Yon bo
gin to wonder if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of tho
most sure and certain reme
dies for coughs and colds. Tho
first doso will afford relief.
It will certainly euro your
cough if it's possible to euro
it. This remedy is ploasant
and Bafo to tako. Children
tako it readily. Got n bottlo
HOBDRT Dlfljq (30,,
S&TUSBAY, April 4th
A Comploto Performance by
Local Tnlenfc in Co.
D., N. G. H.
II FIRST PART PERFORMERS j
8 END MEN 8
New Scenic Effects !
Local Hits 1 New Songs !
Laughable Olio t
tT Bents on salo nt Benson, Smith &
Co'.h ou Thursday at 9 a. m.
Admission, - Si.oo.
No Extra Charge for Itesorrcd Seats.
Ex S. S. "Belmc."
City Meat Market
PRICE & BURNS'
Wednesday Evening, April 1st.
DUltlNO TIIK TISMJ'OHAllV All.
Honoo of Mr 0 Wliiiim. air l!t-u Olio U horn.
liyautlioiUAil to not u Mitmifjor or our
llrm iiml tu Hlfjii our ilrm iiunio,
Honolulu, Sluruh. UStli, JhUO, 'JUfl-lw
It is during such weather as
wo arc now having that tho
memories of the oldest inhabit
ants fail. Between tho time
of tho last cquinoxial storm
and the present so many tilings
havo occurred thatbtul weather
records aro lost sight of.
But it is cold weather just
tho same, colder than is desira
ble by people who boast of a
climate whoro sun forms the
chief ingredient. This climato
is changing just as it is in
other places, just also, as tho
peoples' opinion change about
For years thero has been a
prevailing opinion that but one
kind of stove was worth tak
ing into tho house. The
opinion was sound so long as
there was no other stove
against it, but with our Em
pire Jewel range, with large
square ovens, ventilated and
quick bakers, reservoir for
hot water, towel bar and tea
cup shelves and a hundred
other conveniences tho people
are willing to admit they have
made a mistake and concede
everything to the Jewel.
Yon Holt Building.
A MEETING OF THE
Stockholder of tho Hawuimu
Baseball Association will bo hold
TUESDAY, March 31st, at 12:30
o'clock p. Jr., at tho Office of Hon.
"W. T. Allen, Kaaliumunu street.
It is earnestly roquosted that
the Stockholders will make an
offcrt to attond, in ordor that offi
cers may be elected.
J. H. FISHER,
Honolulu, March 27, 189G.
LABORERS WANTED !
300 Able Bodied
PORT UGUESE LABORERS TO
WORK ON SUGAR PLAN
TATIONS. Wages GIG per month, freo lodg
ings, firewood and medical attend
ance AST Apply up to April 10 in
tho afternoon, between !3 and '1
o'clock, at our office, No. 25, Nuu
HAWAIIAN SDOAR PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION.
Take an Outing
Trains will luuvo at 0:15 a. m.
and VA5 v, St., arriving in Mom
Inlu nt 3:11 and G;55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ptmrl Gity 75 CO
ISwiUNiintiiUow... 1 00 7fi
Wrttonuu,,,..,.... 1 W 1 Wi
pT FOR 1 WEEK ONLY
Children's Hats Trimmed !8ratis
N. S. SACHS'
This wook wo will mako a specialty of Childron's Trimmed
Hats. During tho wook all Childron's Hats will bo Trimmed FREE
"Wo aro now showing n fino assortment of
Children's - Trimmed - Hats
To suit all ages and all sizes
Leghorn Hats and Fancy Straws
Trimmed in tho Latest Styles
A.T SPEGLAX, LOW PRICES.
STILL GOING ON !
Our C-iesin iut Safe
IS THE TALK
Large Line ol Undorwein' !
Largo Stoclc orSillcs unci Satins I
Large Scoclc o Clots and Seizes !
Larg'e Steele o"Wliite Muslins !
Aro being sold during the month of March at Half Price.
A. G-reat OiDportxniifcy !
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
A Fine $350
By paying a singlo big silver dollar
lOi- -s- CeLXieLXo
AVill burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo shov w' dow. Gall and examinotlio Piano. Evory lovor of musio
will reco nizo ho superior qualities of the "Fischer" uramL
Evor pur hasor of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is ontiUed to a
guess. AVt- .avo adopted this moans of more largoly advertising the
high merits of tho Fischer Eiuno.
Tho contest will tako placo ou tho
11th. DAY OP JUNE
And will bo held uiulor tho personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Height of Candlo 4 Feet. Contest Takes Placo on Juno lllh.
Viiliic.l nt $iiO.
M fc37 ..iv. .1".. w"J
a correct piices will
TJ Tl.ii mkilMifit
take tlio rinnn.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Thoro aro upward of 80,000 in
habitants on tlio slopes and skirts
ot Yosuvius. If it woro not for
tho fertilizing effect o tho vol
canic products not moro than ono
tenth of that numbor would bo
ablo to find moans ot subsistence
""Why him Do Quartz taken up
tho study of (oology m n profit
bIoii?" "llo nomls tlio lonks,"
i i v'yHj
for tho privilogo of guessing how
K -L.V 1
Fill In tills Conion ami iro-'nt Bamo to us per- B
noiially or by mall, accompanied liy onu dollar, and In 3
HOiidi train our bro and urlud btock, and at tlio
amc timo no ulll i-coul your guess as follows:
How Long Will It Burn ?
ITnnrrt Mlmiti'A . t
Orchestral - Concert
. . . . UV THE,...
Y. M. C. A. Orohestra,
V. M. V. A. H.1I.I,,
Thursday Evening, April 9th,
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