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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 22, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A lady's cloak 1ms boon found.
Company G drills this ovon
ing. Tho Legislature 1ms boon iu
session fifty days.
Bop. Eycrott returned on tho
Kinnu this morning.
Ex-Marshal Hitchcock is in tho
city, looking well and hearty.
Gardiner P. "Wilder, editor o
the Ililo Tribuno, is in tho city
Thoro was a fair turnout at tho
Thomas square band concert last
Senator Hocking has gone to
Maui on leavo of absonco from the
Ofiiuor Hilbus arrested a desert
er from tho bark Foxglove this
Mrs. Porter Boyd, Miss Vida"
and Miss Kato Cornweirhavo all
gono to Maui.
Ouo native was hauled in this
morning for soiling liquor with
out a license.
Among tho freight received by
tho Kinnu this morning was forty
sacks of peanuts.
Land Commissioner J. P.
Brown, with his wife ami children,
Ijob gono to Hawaii.
Miss Koto Field is in luck. She
will see a greater volcano than
Bho had any idea of.
Tho great eruption of old Mau
miloti is almost tho solo topic of
conversation today on tho streets.
Tho baud plays at Mukco Isl
nnd nt 7:30 thiB oveuiug. Tho
program will bo found in another
Among tho returning passengers
by tho ICinau wore A. Toung, It.
Young, "W. H. Dillingham and J.
Tho captain ot tho ALelroso is
haviim trouble with his mon. Ho
had two of them put iu jail this
morning for rofusing duty.
The Yokohama Specie Bank is
now doing business in its hand
some now quartors in tho upper
floor of tho New ltopublio build
AVhon vou have pictures to
frnmo it would bo well to romom-
j ii., bor that you gottho bonolit of 15
jours experience logetner " ltii
honest traitmont at King Bios.,
J. li. Daniels testifies to his
rescue from threatened baldness,
by tho use of Dr. Pottio's linir oil,
for which C. W. Mncfarlane is
ngont, as well as for tho same
doctor's volorinary medicines.
If your pictures aro hung with
brass wire, tako them down be
fore thoy fall and put on the pro
por kind, which you can got at
King Bros., Hotel St.
A gontloraan asked Manuel
Bois what his name was, the other
day, and received the information
that it was Emanuol Padre Cor
iiigo Vigardo do Magalhines
TMinny. Tlnis. Emiuninl is irninrr
l to register.
"Tho Blessed Life," or "Tho
Higher Christian Lifo,"wiIl bo tho
theme at tho First Mothodist
Episcopal Church tonight at 7:30.
Eov. E. R. Dille, D.D., of San
Fruncisco will conduct tho sor-
u V .n Thursday ovoning Rev. Dr
x7iiio oi aim x' ruiiuiBco win uonvor
tho first of his series of lectures in
tho First Methodist Episcopal
Church. Tho subject will bo "Lin
coln and tho Civil "War." It will
;bo illustrated by means of a store-ppticou.
HU Marshal Brown returned from
ifMtx mouth's visit to Hawaii, where
ho has been inspecting jails and
offices uudor his control. Deputy
Marshal Hitchcock will leave for
Maui in u short time for tho same
purpose, as it is tho intontion of
tho Attornoy-uouoral to koop ono
of thuHC ollioials on tho other isl
ands most of tho time.
A match atuno of billiards will
bo played i'riday ovoning at tho
Hotol between Uioso local oxpoitw,
Morris Keohokalolo niul A. AV.
IIowo. Ono of tlio now billiard
tablos Intely arrived will bo es
pecially arranged lor tho occasion.
Tho gnmo will bo '200 points and
ouuht to bo iiiloruHlinu. ns both
goiitionian aro ulovur players.
-.-- - -
ViZvji lUllaw llfiiml mill 1'ili.li'll llunl
i.i - , '.,:,"' :. ","""
hj uuitr iwjiwjj iiiunu,
.14 )W ilimtt fat tl
Sugar was 4Jc. whon tho Bryant
Tho Third House will not meet
until next week.
A roport of Dr. Dillo's lecturo
last night is crowded out.
Benson, Smith fc Co. ask you a
question about what you drink.
Tho Miowora is duo at any time,
and is hourly expected.
Tho baud will play nt tho Execu
tive building this afternoon.
Four pasrfengors loft by tho
bark Holliswood for San Fran
cisco. Honry Gehring it Co., plum
bers, etc., havo a card in this
The amplified third rank will bo
conferred in Mystic lodgo this
Tho U. S. S. Concord sails for
San Francisco tomorrow morning.
Sho will tako a mail.
A. V. Gear adds to his property
for sale a houso and lot at "Victo
ria and Berctania stroots, and to
his to lots a houso on School street.
Under their now management
the Club Stables invito public pat
ronage. Mr. Schuman, as a liorso
ruan of exporionco, may bo de
pended on to givo satisfaction.
In tho case of Yco Chin and
others, on trial for attempting to
bribo Customs Officer Cooko,
Judgo do la Vorgno has denied the
motion to dismiss.
An opportunity will bo given,
between I2uud 1 o'clock tomor
row, of seeing thoso improved oil
stoves in operation at tho storo of
tho Hawaiian Hardware company.
Don't miss it.
Ah Pow pleaded guilty in Judge
do la Vorgno's court this morning
of having opium unlawfully in
his possession. Sontonco was
suspended till moved on by tho
Thoro was n full dress rehearsal
this morning for tho Kuwuiahao
concort on Saturday evoniug;
Prof. Borger's orchestra taking
part. The result proved that n
splendid entertainment is assured.
Fino stable for 15 or more
horsos, carriago houso, sorvnuts'
quartern, and all appurtenances
needed. Situated in rear of Ka
wainhao church. To lot very
reasonably. Apply to G. Schu
man, Club Stables.
TUESCAY, APRIL 28, 180B.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC.
Alter which at S p. m. a concert by tho
Assisted by MISS KIOHAItDS, the Hiiwa
iiau Orchestra and Alumui Glee Club,
.... BEJEWT OF ....
Athletic and Alumni Jubd.
gjKT Admission 50 cents (including
fare to and from grounds.) 2S5-Ct
- DEIIETANIA hT.
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.Plumhinp; o-iid O na
fitting Sanitary Wovka Spoolalty
xtriuMAw miii ) is
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Highest of ull in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov'tRoport.
WJWWH.i"l wli mw
Consul-Gonoral Canavarro re
turned from his tour of Hawaii
by tho Kinnu this morning.
Captain John Leo's many
friends will welcome him back
with his former command, the
clipper bark O. D. Bryant.
Bislnp "Willis returned this
morning from a pastoral visit to
tho other islands. Ho was accom
panied by Row O. Horsfall.
Mysic LodgG, K. of P.
AT THE ltEQULAU CONVENTION
of Mystlo Lodgo, No. 2, K. of 1. to bo
hold at their Cnstlo Hall, Kort street, THIS
(Wednesday) KVENINO, at 7:.'W o'clook,
tho Amplilfod Third Hank will bo conferred.
All Knights qualified aro cordinlly invited
to bo preheut.
1'cr ordor of the C. O.
A. H. MUKPI1V,
235-lt K. of K. te S.
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LTD,
has removed Its ofllcc from 131 Nuuanu street
to tho New Hcpubllc Building on King street,
where nil business will bo transacted from
Honolulu, April 20, 1890. 283-lw
Simple, Safe, No Smoke, No
A vory hnudaome atovo, profusely
nickled, Lotiatiiully Japanned and orna
njontod nud Btrongly bnllt. Baking, Cook,
ing and. if noccssary, washing can bo done
at tho samo time.
show whether tho burners nro dosed.
This not only ensures simplicity, but
is also an
becnuso tho burners cannot bo open
d further than necessary.
Iha oven flanio is stronger than
either top ftaino, themforo baking
can bo done to perfection in a short
Oastle & Cooke,
lEort street- - - - - Tel. 77"
BOAHDLNG, -:- SAL13 -: AND -:- LIVJSJtY.
-Wl! IIAVIJ Tllli-
FOVBSr DRIVING HORSBS
'J'twtuMtuJHlWitltiJMMhi'u ty mm hh ulib h, (IwIhI diiu'i., k.jIIh'
etttt&iil w4. iwkii, mwtkm, lluU. luiMiMltlUi4H, HVm'iiim. IM-ly
A LADY'd CLOAK IN GOOD CON
dition. Owner can hao it on proving pro
perty and paying for this notice Apply
283-tf Hullctis Ofkipk.
Attention, Company G-.
HlUlXJUAUTEIW Co.Ml'ANY 0., N. a. II.,
Ho.Not.un;, April 21, 1800.
GEVLHY MKMniat 01" THIS COM
pany Is hereby ordered to opppnr nt
the Drill Shed iu Uniform, THIS
Wednesday) EVENIXO, April 22d,
1810, t 7:.'!0 o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN M. KEA,
i85-lt Captain Commanding.
1800, Twonty-Two Poundn.
When You Buy a
liny ono with a Reputation-
-one that won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fadB;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Steuliko has been on tho
market fivo years. Tho
iSteiiling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Cataloguo, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
"BVILT LIKE A. WATCH
Terms: S10.00 down, balance
$2.50 a weok or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
AT INDEPENDENCE PARK,
Saluiday Evening, ApsJl 25th.
Annis Montague Turner
tTSF" l'rofesaor Merger's Hand will bo iu
THE I &
B3T TAKE THE
The H. & &. Summer Corset I
The R. & 6. Nursing Corset!.
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 3?, 1ST, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corset.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists!
Try them, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull oil"; cord edge button holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to secure hose supporters.
pS A full lino can bo found at. Pf.
N. S. SACHS'
D20 Fort Stroet.
WITH EVERY S3.00 PURCHASED.
B2F Wo want money and in ordor to got it oiler tho , (A
largest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought ' 'jbSu
to Ilonolulu at unheard of low prices. A now ' ":
lot of Spring and Summor Goods iu endless va- , N "
rioty. Desirablo Btylos in exclusive pattoms. - ',
Come in and look at our stock. . . . "S
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Telephone 53. a B P. O. Box 222.
Qahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Stroct, near Onhn Ituihvny & Laud Co.'rt Depot.
Lumior Morchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMl'OIlTElta AND DEALEItS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, 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 Dimond's
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 selling makes for us.
No such spring distribution
has come before.
Many of tho articles aro
duplicates of thoso wo had
whon tho storo opened; a Rose
bowl at 20 cents was an in
novation to Honolulu, wo
didn't expect it would bo, and
tho stock was- not half big
enough. Now wo can supply
Tloso Bowls nro not tho only
articles; wu'vo jugs of all sorts;
sultid bowls, butter dishes; ber
ry dishi-H. sugar bowls and
Cheapness in piioo ami
ologanou in quality disting
uish tliem from tlio sort Hold
in other hIkhih. Thoy aro im
itations of tlio (lusignri in
liiyhowt primi out n,
Vou Hull Huilrilng,
The Hawaiian News Co,L'd
Morcliunt Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and Nevs Dealers.
CJT Carry tho Largest Assortmont in
tlioso lines of any house on the Islands. No
Just Received a consignment of
Vose Se Sons, Schiller & Smitli ana Barnes
IZT Special attention called to tho last'
narnod to thoso who want a pood Piano at
a moderato irieo. Wo soil Pianos on the
IV e mnuiiCnctiire Ilnbbcr Niurupi.
Ov Island ordors solicited. Giro xxn a
trial aud wo gcarantco satisfaction.
Take an Outing
TrniiiH will ltiiiVrf at 9:15 A. m.
u ml lHfi P. m., nrriviiiK Hono
lulu nt IJ:11 mid fiifi.") p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
)M ClUM 'Jd UlMI
P.rnrl Oity 7fi $ fiO
Kwiiriwututlon... 1 00 75
Wiiinmio 1 50 1 SS
iikI., m. I'orl mnl Alttli'tt.
OoiiMtiulop 5 w i UuUta
NukuNiikw and immmi,
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