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I a ' EVENING BULLETIN, APIIIL 17, 189G. 7 'W
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Dr. Krystofovich and family
left by tho Australia yesterday.
Tho Borotauia pumping plant
is in operation during tho day.
A. V. Gear has moro good
oatchos in his real cstato column.
Captain "Wilder has called a
mooting oE Company D tonight
A "straggler" from tho U. S. S.
Adams is resting easy in tho po
Stophon "Williams, a deserter
from tho bark Skagit, wascaptur
od by the polico this morning.
Nn nnw Iu'IIh nan bo introduced
iu tho Legislature after April 30th, J
oxcopt by tlio uaoiuet auu legism
Tho talk about forming n whist
club has been rovived. Thoro nro
many lovers oE tho gamp who
would join such an institution.
Thoro is a rumor in circulation
to tho effect that a now bank will
shortly bo started under tie aus
picos of Portugueso capitalists.
Tho Julion D. Hayno common
nuisance enso is again set for
April 20th, tho defondant having
recovered from his recent illness.
Outside of tho bribery trial this
morning tho only business trans
acted in tho District Court was
tho fining oE a couplo of drunks.
L. B. Korr gives flguros on his
full page thataro simply irresisti
ble. Such prices as ho quotes aro
among tho best antidotes to hard
It is reported that tho Pacific
Sugar Mill Company declared a
dividend of 50 por cont on April
1st, and another ono of 35 por cont
on April 15th.
Tho crowd at tho wharf to seo
tho Australia off was unusually
largo yestorday. A largo delega
tion of tho membership of tho
Christian church was present to
say good-bye to Mr. Eomig.
Tho work of tearing down build
ings ia tho rear of the Metropoli
tan Meat Markot premises on
King street to mako room for pro
jected improvements in tho shape
of a brick block, has already com
menced. Mr. Mutch has tho work
0. S. Dosky, wife and two
childron woro among tho outgo
inc passonaors of tho Australia.
Mrs. Dosky will continue her
jonrnoy as far as Hungary, whero
she will pay an oxtonded visit to
relatives. Mr. Desky will romain
in San Francisco a few weeks on
Tho teachers and members of
tho Sunday school of tho Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral aro invited by Mr. Theo.
H. Davies to a picnic at llemond
Grovo tomorrow, Saturday, April
18. All aro requested to bo at tho
Railway Station promptly at 9
o'clock in tho morning.
There is food for reflection
offored to tho teaching profession
in MisB Prescott's paper olso
whero printed, which, if taken
woll homo, ought to prove at least
as beneficial as tho scholastic dis
quisitions on psycology which
form.a staple of end of the contu
ry educational journalism.
Frank B. Auorbach, vice and
acting captain of tho Honolulu
Cricket Club, states that auy
ouo interested in cricket, whether
a member of tho Club or not, will
bo wolcomo to participate in tho
practico games played every Sat
urday afternoon, on tho Club's
rounds, and ho is particularly
osiroiiB of having any mombors
of tho N. G. II., who play tho
5amo, join in bucIi practice,
tomorrow tho giuno will com
mence ut4 o'clock p. m.
Honolulu's warm climato is
cotulucivo oE thirst to a groator
dogroo than that of a colder zouo.
Tho avorago busiuoss man loses
also, to n dogroo, tho amount of
onorgy and nervous forco common
onough in tho bracing air of
Amorican cities. Thoso two phasos
of our climnto mako it moro
noeuHHiiry than olnowhuro to stim
ulate tno Hyutom with an liivigov
unt. No moio healthful or put or
HtiiiuihiH, or ono moro delightful
to tho pulat-, tmu bit found, tliuu
I'nlwt Milwiiulioo luiur. it is a
dolioioiiH drill); and in uniiHtiuitlv
on draught nl tho Ciminopolitiiii,
Puulllu ami tho lloyul.
nnim'h mu ir Fhovu
Mnbm IMUr limit and Viij than
Ann Qlkct I'wtm Jimnd,
Tho nextstonmor to nrrivo from Highoat of nil iu Leuvuuing Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Roport. Now Advortisomonts. tw
tlio coast will bo tho Eio Janeiro, ' . -m
tlno noxt Thursday. i SV, rt V Ha A "IP II IF ?ft d rTto f 6 B"fc tffc IP "9f S5 ' 'at
inst Anno in. i'ro.pott, m nor
m 1 -- . .
engaging essay on "Tact in this
issue, pays a compliment to tho
Portuguese an practical men for
this country, for which nil of that
nationality horo domiciled -will
doubtless feel grateful.
M. Mclnorny, iu a chango of
his attractivo advortisemtent, an
nounces a specialty at his spring
opening tomorrow. rJhis long
established mon's furnishing
house can clotho a man from head
to foot, and from criticlo to nap,
and elegantly withal.
Tomorrow at 12 noon James F.
Morgan will soil, under judicial
ordor, that valuable picco of pro
perty on King Btreot desenbod
olsewhere. For such a chanco at
city property near to tho center of
business, yet far from its noise,
thoro is bound to bostrong.compo
tition. Tho now billiard and pool
tablos for the Hawaiian Uotol
havo arrived and havo boon placed
in position. Two of tho tables aro
for billiards and two for 15-ball
pool. They havo boon placed dif
ferently from tho old ones, and
lovers of tho gamo aro suro of a
good lively table.
NEW IIAMi: 1IM.L LEAUUK.
Three OIiiIm Annrcl nnd n INmrtli
A meeting of tho Base Ball
Leaguo oE 1895 was hold at tho
office of "W. F. Allen at 12:30 to
day. J. Thompson was elected
temporary secretary in tho absonco
of Mr. Spencer. Tho minutes of
tho last meeting woro read and
approved, and tho business of
electing a now executive for 189G
was takon up.
H. M. "Whitnoy, Jr., was elected
president and J. Hay "Wodehouso,
Jr., socrotary und treasurer. H. A.
"Wilder and Christian Conradt
represent tho Stars for this year,
Messrs. Scanlon and Powoll tho
team from Co. E. of tho Regulars,
and AV. Lucas and B. L. Finney
Tho Kamehameha Alumni will
not enter a team Prof. Richards
from tho Kamehameha School
was not present and nobody ap
peared to know whothor they
would outer or not. It would bo
much bettor if they would put in
a toam,as that would mako a four
club Leaguo and undoubtedly ro
vivo tho lulorest in tho gamo.
In a very few days tho captains
and delegates from tho different
clubs will got together and ar
rango for tho season's schedule.
This season will probably open
on May 115, on account of tho
boat races that take place May 9.
Tho tennis tournament takes
placo about this timo also. This
season ought and probably will
be Uio best in several years, es
pecially if tho Kams como in and
mako a four-club League.
in rin: nisruior coukt.
Tho Prosecution IlcNt It Caao Atnlimt
tlin Clilucio Mcrclinnt.
Iii the District Court tho prose
cution comploted tho presentation
of its testimony in tho bribory
case against tho Ohinoso mer
chants, Yeo Chin, Kat Poo and
Yeo Chit Sam. During yestorday
Thomas E. Cooko, T. P. Severin,
F. B. McStockor, Captain- Parker
and M. N. Sanders testified, and
this moruingCustoms officer Eaton
was on the stHnd.
Tho profocution concluded its
caso at noon, and tho dofouso will
bo put in this aftornoou.
COTTAGE WITH FOUlt ItOOMS,
IiiUhrooni, oto., opposite liulUvny Depot.
8 18.00 per mouth. Apply to PALAMA
UltOOEIli', opportto lltilUay Dopot.
Ily vlrtuo of n Writ of Kxpoiitiou issued
out of thu DUtrlot Court, on the 1 1 III day of
April, A. 1). ISIIII, iignlii-H J. Knliiiliawiii,
(Ufoiiiliiut, in fwir of W U, Aclii.
pliiintil)', for tliHiiiiiuf 8ID.00, 1 liiivu lli)i
iiiinii iiiul hIiuII uxpono fur wilu lit tliu Ktulioii
lloiii.it in tlin Iicit i int of Honolulu, Ihluinl
of Oalm.iit I'.'oV'lool. of VtiliiuKiliiy,thuV!Olli
ilav of Mny, A. I (Mill, to lliu InuliuHt
liiililur. nil tlio right, lillo iiiul iutuiiwi of
thu itiild J, KuIiiIiiiwiiI, ddfmidiuit, Iu mid to
lliufollowiiiK pro putty, iiiiliuMikildJiiduiiiuiil,
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.SONS V Till.' IlKVOLUriO.
1VI11 Ctlclirrla tlio Aunlvorianry of
I.cxIiiKtnn iiiul (Iiiiicuril.
Sunday next is tho 121sl anni
versary of tho battles of Lexing
ton nnd Concord and tho Hawai
ian Society, Sons of tho American
Revolution, will celebrato it at
tho Contral Union Church with
At tho 7:30 p. m. services tho
mombors of the society and tlio
visiting brothren will nttond in a
body, and thoy aro invited to as
Bomblo in tho schoolroom of tho
church at 7:15 sharp. Tlio officers
of tho Concord and other vessels
of tho United States navy
now in port and bucL por
tions of thoir crows as can be
Bpared on shoro havo been espe
cially invited. In addition to tho
usual services thoro will bo sing
ing of patriotic hymns by tho au
dionco and choir and a solo by
Mrs. Chas. Tumor. Rov. D. P.
Biruio, who is a member of tho
local Bociety, will deliver a ser
mon on tho occasion.
In honor of tho ovont Chief
Justico Judd will entertain tho
members of the local societies,
with thoir wives and families, at
his residence tomorrow evening.
The purest nnd rni.st j-crfoot face
powdor that soionco ami skill cn
produce. MuktB the skin soft and
bountiful, romoviug nil shiny ap
It is invisible on closest inspec
tion. Absolutoly harmless. It
will bo tho fnco powder used by
ladies of refiuomont for tho noxt
TaKo no substitute Iiibist on
gettiug tho gonuico. Ramona
Powder, as no othor will provo
half as good.
HOBp Dl(Ur (50,
REAL ESTATE I
QUEEN HOTEL and COTTAGE
Situated on Nuuauu Avenue.
Tho Hotel has twenty well-lighted
and woll vontilatod rooms.
Tho Dining Room is spacious
and airy, and tho Kitohon is fur
nished with a rango and a spe
EAGLE HOUSE and COTTAGK
A promises woll aduptod for a
hotel or lirHt-chiHu boarding
houso. in got id condition.
"MOUNTAIN VIKWV Nmimiii
Viillny. A bountiful and jIohIv
ublo locution; within iuhiohh of
town, anil yut iioHhomiiiig all of
tlinciuulIlIoHftrn iiioiimIiiIii luiino. 1J'AHI0ITY KOTH Any oltiv-
A iiKMiiiliiIiihliimui lliiwNllimiiuli ntliin, iiMii-aliniuiil uliuun, Nnw
tlio nnuwrty, nml n wlml iiiill Ih tliollmw iu uutiiufiimlry Ihiii
(imiMi.w ftilonr nml wpiirlcllnu n( MmHOiinlih) prlun.
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Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down whon you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has boon on tho
markot fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed free to
any address, and you will
"BVILT. LIKL A WATCH'
Terms: $10.00 down, balance
$2.50 a week or a liboral discount
Wall, Nichols Co
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Dulldlnc
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
wator. Sovoral acros of land, a
houso, two cottagOB, a barn nud
servants' quarters aro included
in tho offer.
12 ACRES of RICE and TARO
LAN) Situatod on tho Rail
road botween Pearl City and
tho Poniiifltilii. Two ImiiHoa and
n windmill aro on the promisoH.
lloauh lotri at low pricori and
hotH with lioiihdri, lots wilhout
iloilHim, lioiiriim wldioiil IoIh,
The R. & 6. Summer Corset I
The R. & G-, Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Si.os now on hand.
The P N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortnblo Hiding Corset.
Ferris' G-oocl Sense Corset Waists !
Try thom, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages bst for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull off; cord edge button holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to securo hoso supporters.
J5SF A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Forfc Sfcreot.
-i- KTTIKW HilTSI-i-
"WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASED. ' ' -
SST "Wo want monoy and in order to get it offor tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu at unhoard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summer Goods in endless va
riety. Desirable styles in exclusive patterns.
Como in and look at our Btock. . . . "tsSft
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Telephone 53. 3 B P. O. Eox 222.
Oaiiu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Kailwny & Laud d?' PeP0,
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMl'OUTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds,' T a ints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
What with riots among peo
ple of ono nationality and leg
islative action on tho evils en
suing from tho immorality of
tho females of another race
and the sinfulness of people
who persist in shooting at tar
gets within tho threo mile
limit, moral Honolulu has been
thrown into such a pretty ket
tle of fish that is a question
if even an extra session of the
Legislature can pull us out of
Who would havo thought
that this Paradisoof tho Paci
fic could havo been so sudden
ly turned into a modern Sodom
and Gomorrah ? If this keeps
up tho peoplo will fall short of
tho timo necessary to look at
tho bargains wo oiler in Table
Wo curry six distinct stock
pnttorns of engraved and cut
glaosos from which single
glnsHus or dozens may bo lnul
uL any Lima. Tlio sols rango
from Lha polilo liquor glass to
a llngor howl, and Lha nriuu
viirioH IVoin lll'ty mints u ilo.un
up to Uinf. which iiiohL )1uiihuh
tho uiiuiiuiiiluiil wuiimii.
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519 FORT STREET.
Mareliant Street, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
C5T Curry tho Lnrgent AxRortment in
Iheso Hues of any houBe on tho Mauds. No
Just Itcceivcd a consignment of
Voss & Sons, Schiller & Smith anil Barnes
t3T Special attention called to the last
named to those who want a pood Piano at
a moderato Tirico. Wo oell Pianos on the
IV o lUnuufucture Rubber Mlaiupa.
Cfe. Island orders solicited. Givo ns a
trioTund wo goaranteo satisfaction.
Take an Outing
TniliiH will K'ltvo it fl:lfi a. m.
und J :-in i. i.,nrriving in llono-
lulu tit an Mini fi:firi v. m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
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Pnurl Ulty ?f CO
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