Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 18, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Senator Holstein has returned
Bund concert at Emma squaro
at 4:30 this aftornoon.
The Australia took away noarly
10,000 bunches o bananas.
F. AV. Glade and wife returned
to "Kauai by the Keauhon yester
day. The April number o the Plan
tois' Monthly hns been received
at this oflico.
Dr. A. E. Nichols, tho dentist,
has returnod from a very success
ful business tour oL Jiatini.
Ohiof Justice Judd will enter
tain tho Hawaiian Society, Sons
of the Amorican Revolution, and
their wives, at his Nuuanu street
home this evening.
Tho Board of Education had a
session yosteulay afternoon for
tho purpose o considering tho
actiou of the legislature on appro
priations for that department.
In 1380 tho whole tonnage of
the British ompiro reached but
2,GOO,000. Today tho tonnago
register is over G,000,000 of stoam
nud noarly 5,000,000 of Bailing.
Tho Bulletin is indebted to
Dr. Bodgers, socrotary of the Odd
Follows' picnic committoo,for per
sonal invitations and othor cour
tesies in connection with the af
fair. Interpreter, Doyle, stenographer
Marx and a number of attorneys
returned from Hawaii yesterday
by tho Hall. Thoy have boon at
tending a session of tho Circuit
At "W. W. Dimond's aro new
stocks in glassware that took
so well at tho oponing of tho
storo, together with a lino of
novelties that aro bound to take
By tho kindness of Theo. H.
Davies, a largo number of
tho congregation and Sunday
Schools of St. Androw's Catho
dral aro enjoying a picnic at
Bomond Orovo today.
Tho special meeting of tho Ha
waiian Jockoy Club, advertised
for last right, did not como off
owing to tho absence of a quorum.
It has been postponed till noxt
Tuesday at tho same hour mid
Thero will bo special services at
tho Central "Union Church tomor
row evening in honor of tho an
niversary of tho battles of Lexing
ton and Concord. Mombors of
the Hawaiian Society, Sons of tho
Bovolution, and oilicors of tho
warships will attond.
Any Odd Fellows in good stand
ing, whether mombors of local
lodges or visitors, who have not
received invitations to tho anni
versary celebration on Saturday
next aro requested to notify Dr.
Bodgers, tho Secretary of tho
Committee of Arrangeinouts.
Tho Committoo of Arrangomont
for tho Odd Follows' pionio on
Saturday, April 25th, aro L. L.
La Pierre, chairman; A. K. "Weir,
W. O. Parke, L. W. Hough, J. J.
Looker, D. P. Lawronco, O. J.
Fishol, J. L. Dumas, J. 0. Loron
zon and 0. T. Bodgers, M. D.,
The now billiard and pool
tables for tho Hawaiian Hotel
have arrived and have boon placed
in position. Two of tho tables aro
for billiards and two for 15-ball
pool. Thoy have boon placed dif
ferently from tho old ones, and
lovers of tho game aro Buro of a
good livoly lablo.
Tho J. T. "Waterhouso stores on
Queon street havo issued a circu
lar to their patrons and tho pub
lic, announcing now stooks as
constantly arriving and inviting
inter-island correspondence. Tho
business is wholesale nud rotail.
Mr. Jordan's purohaso of tho Fort
stroot storo on his own account is
A Hilo corroflpondont roports
Unit Judge Austin's nyosight is
failing him nmtorially. Judgo
Austin has mu'vod on Urn Imnoli
of tho (Jiumit Oomt for iimny
yuiu'ri nud tho iiowh of his woahon
ing impiiuilitm is a Hourun of miioli
logrul to IiIh iimny frlinuk It is
hopo'l that n vimution and prnpor
Inmtiiiont nut) mmlilo him to mm
tlmtu hi tliu jmliuiul iiliuli' for
DM WW MW I'liOUII
Mulm Ihtltf uml Wtfi? lhnn
y (Uht h'wtwu IhfJ,
.14 1W Ihmt I'm It,
Cricket practico at -1 o'clock;
oil players welcome.
Ouo wahino was arrested this
morning undor a charga.of adul
tery. Two natives were arrested this
for nonpayment of
Two natives wero placed in
durance vile this morning charged
with tho manufacturing of okolo
iao. A. V. Gear announces in his
real estate column that ho caujr AriT,,,Qt UnrvnHi
negotiate loans on the properties . JJ lTSt AXinUcll Jtu6goLL3j;
no oners ior saio.
Bov. O. H. Gulick and wife and
tho Misses Agnes nud Sophio Judd
arrived from Kauai on the Mika
hala this morning.
Tho card of A. O. Wall, D. D.
S., who has opened dental parlors
in tho Arlington cottage on Hotol j
street, appears in mis issue.
A porsonal difliculty botweon a
saloon-kpopor and one of his pa
trons led to a complaint for as-
Bault and battery, but tho mattor
may bo amicably settled out of
Ohas. Hustaco, King stroot, has
somo luxunos at ins grocery,
which, with his usual lines of
fresh groceries, aro otTored at low
prices. Uonsult his card before
doing your Saturday evening buy
ing. Tho straggler from tho Petrol
who was arrested yesterday wob
allowed to go this morning, but
upon learning that a r award of
$10 had been offered for his re
turn to tho ship ho was again
Tho marriage Of MissLillioHart
to Francis Gay was fiolobratod
yesterday aftornoon by Bov. Alox.
Mackintosh at tho homo of tho
bride's father. Tho coupto loft
for Makawoli, Kauai, immediately
after tho ceremony.
J. B. Athortou bought tho lot
adjoining his residence, nt tho
judicial salo hold by J. F. Mor
gan today, tho price being $2050,
or $500 abovo tho upset price.
Tho lot fronts 50 feet on King
street and is 150 foot deep.
IN TIIK IlISTItlCT COU11T.
Tlirro nioiillia nml 8IOO I'luo for
In tho Court presided over by
Judgo do la Yerguo what little
business thero was on hand was
transacted with neatness and cele
rity this morning.
Tho sovon Portuguese charged
with rioting wore on hand for trial
but tho Court and the attorn oys
thought of tho picnic going on at
Bomond Grovo and decided that
next Wednesday would bo a good
day to try tho case.
Ouo drunk got tho usual lino
and wont on his way to got a
bracer after spending tho night at
Lima and Ikumia, charged with
tho hoinous offense of distilling
tho liqiior commonly known as
okolohao.woro next prosonted tohis
Honor. The former pleaded guilty
and was given throo months on
tho roof with $100 fine and costs,
which took his breath away and
decided his partner to take
chances on a plea of not guilty.
Ikuima will bo tried on Tuesday
John Francis, who is ohargod
with an assault and battery on
Officer E. Gardner, will bo tried
whenever tho proBooution nad do
fenso can agreo on a day.
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Ilotcl Stroct, Arlington Cottage.
Odd . Fellows
ANV 01)1) ra.uTws IN' iiOOD
tuiiillii, wliutlicr memlHiniof locwl l.mlpH
or Ylnllciin, win) ll'ivu not iwlvoil ilivltu.
tlijiw to tho Aniitvuiiwry Culutimttoii, on
April i!1Hi,Hnt rrq """" to notify III" nil-(1i-hIiimI
ultliur iiHrmiiiitlly or tliroiiuU llw
Mirury Commit i.u' ArituMiu(il
JjjjH ... ,
Highest of ull in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov'tEoport.
PROGRAM OF THE
Hawaiian Rowing Association.
.... to iin nru) at ....
Saturday, May 9, 1896,
Commencing nt 2:30 o'clook r. si. sliQrp.
Pros For All:
1-SINGLE SCULL BACE.
Course : 1 milo strnight away.
Entrance feo $5. Prize:
Trophy valued at S5.
2-SIX-OABED STATION ABY
Course: 3 miles with turn.
Entrance feo$12. Cashprizo:
For Members of the Asso
3-SIX - OABED SLIDING
For mombors who have novor
rowed in a race. Courso: 2
miles with turn. Entrance
foe $10. Cash prize $25.
4 FOUIt-OABED PBAOTIOE
SHELLS FOB' JUNIOBS.
Entrnnco feo $10.
Trophy valuod at $25.
5- FOUR-OABED PBAOTIOE
SHELLS FOB SENIORS.
Courso: miles straight
away. Entrance feo $15.
Prize: Cup, valuod at $50, to
become tho property of tho
Club winning tho samo three
Entrios must bo mado to tho
Secretary of tho Begatta Commit
too, Mr. W. O. Parke, at 13 Kaa
humanu street, on or beforo Thurs
day, May 7, 189G.
Each entry shall iucludo tho
name of tho boat, (if it has ono),
Club colors, tho names of tho
crow and substitutes.
Substitutes shall bo allowed as
follows: For crows of G oars or
more, threo. For crows of loss
than G oars, two.
For further information apply
to tho Chairman, Mr. C. W. Mac
farlano, or tho Socrotary.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Chairman Regatta Committee.
W. O. PAnKE,
Honolulu, April 17,1890. 280 tf
M. S GRINBAUM k CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, nml 215 Fropt
street, San Francisco, Col.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
REAL ESTATE I
QUEEN HOTEL and COTTAGE
Situated on Nuuanu Avenuo.
Tho Hotol has twenty well-lighted
and well ventilated 'rooms.
Tho Dining Boom is spacious
and airy, and tho Kitchon iB f ur
nishnd with a rango and a spe
EAGLE 1 10 17815 nml COTTAGE
A promises wnll adapted for a
hotol or lii'sl'oIiiHri boarding
hottuo. J u good condition,
"MOUNTAIN VJl'JW," Xuiiium
Ynllov. A boaiiliful anil ilimir
nbln liimt!iii( within iiihumh tif
town, anil vnt iiohhowh inii all u
tlintfiiiilillimoritinoiintaiiilioiim. I'KAIlh CITY LOTS Any iilnv-
A mountain HliHuiiilliiWritliionuli ulloii, iliwliiilil'iiinilnli'inp, Now
tliu inmily, anil a wind null lullinliiuu twUMlwiwuiiUy lioiuw
fiiniltfliM cIwhi' Hint Hnul(liiiK ill it nwttoiifiliiM prlim.
ll& I'ul' fui'tliwr willmiluri, H)iil)' lit (Iih OIUhi uf
m iv guimii wmto
1SOO, TwontyTwo Pound.
When You Buy
Buy ono with n Boputa
tion ono that won'tbrcak
down whon you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
loan to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has boon on tho
market five years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know mora
nbout it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed froo to
any address, and you will
Terms: S10.00 clown, Imliraco
$2.50 n ttcek or a liboral discount
BISSELL THOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
. Old Bulletin Building.
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
water. Several acres of land, a
house, two cottagos, a barn and
Borvnuts' quarters aro included
in tho oiTor.
12 ACRES of BICE and TABO
LAND Situated on tho Bail
road botwoon Pearl City and
tho PouiuMila. Two houses and
u windmill mo on tho promises.
PENlNSl'LAIt PltOPKHTY -Installment
llnauh luls at low pricos and
hots with Iiohhiih, lots without
liimmm, InmiiDH witliuut lots.
THE R. El G. CORSETS
53?- TAKE THE LEAD
The R. & (x. Summer Corset !
The R, & 6, Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 0?. N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corsot.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try thom, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages bnst for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull oil"; cord edgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to socuro hoso supporters. W
EST A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
-!- STRH."W HATS! --.
WITH EVEBY $3.00 PUB0HA8ED.. '. r
Wo want money and in order to get it olfor tho
largest stock of DBESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summer Goods in endloss va
riety. Desirablo stylos in exclusive pattoms.
Como in and look at our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Telephone 53. JSSSH IBST P. O. Box 222.
Claim Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oaliu Itnilwny & Laud Co.'u Dopo.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMrORTEnS AND DEALEHS IN
Doors, Ssish, 331inds, Jaints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
A thorough canvass of the
glass markets of tho United
States was necessary before
tho stock wo offer you could
bo gathered together and only
such an outlet as Dimonds
could justify such a collection
of glassware. Tho benefit is
yours in lessened prices on
wanted dependable, wanted
goods; tho benefit is ours
through increased business
such soiling makes for us.
No such spring distribution
has como boforo.
Many of tho articles are
duplicates of thoso wo had
when tho storo opened; a Rose
bowl at 20 cents was nn in
novation to Honolulu, we
didn't expect it would be, and
the stock was not half big
onough. Now wo can supply
Hoso Bowls aro not tho only
articles; wo'vo jugs of nil sorts;
salad bowls, butter dishes; ber
ry (IisIioh sugar bowls and
Ohnapiioss in prion nud
nlagnuco in ijUiiliLy dlHting
uImIi llii'in from tho nort wold
in otliur NliopM, Tlmy nru Im
itation of Hid iliwiyiiH in
IiIuJiomI prino imiI ijluw.
Vail Hull DllllJIUK.
519 FORT STREET,
The Hawaiian News Co.,L'd
rvloroliunt Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
RT Carry tho LorgcHt AsBortmont la
tlieso lines of any liouso on the Inlands. No
Just lteccivcd a consignment o(
Yose & Sous, Scliiller&Sniitti anil Barnes
3T Special attention called to the last
named to tkobo who Nunt a pood Piano at
a moderate price. We Bell Pianos on the
Wo IrtnuufttCture Rubber Maiup.
Q. Island orders solicited. Give us a
trial uud wo gnarantoo satisfaction.
Take an Outing
Trains will lmvt at 0:15 a. m.
ii ml li'lfi i', M., arriving in Hono
lulu nt ii:ll nml 5:55 i, m,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
$ 75 50
I 00 75
Wiiiuniio , . , 1 50 1 V5
HUm H.i bd I'm I m) A!uk!.
c,uiiiinitjr i wt i UuIMur.
HMkfMMrW UtU HWMHWi.
a yS m i .S. Mr