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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 25, 185,7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A will havo drill this evon
inR. Sinoc Juno 1 last Queensland
Imb exported G9.380 tons of sugar.
Some groat convonipnees aro
advertised by tho Hawaiian Hard
About fifty men and boys par
ticipated in tho bioyclo parado
Tho regular meeting of tho
Uourtl of Education comes oil
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10 oieci oiucuru.
If you wish to inspect laces at
prices that aro right, call at tho
Tomplo of Fashion.
The annual meeting of tho
Oahu Railway fe Land Co. will
bo held on Saturday.
Sucilia Bernardo was arrested
this afternoon for assaulting and
battering ono Jcsuina Oosa.
Damask and whito table linon
GO inches wide, 3 yards for one
dollar at the Tomple of Fashion.
Mrs. Dr. Herbert has returned
from a visit to Mrs. Clarence
Macfarlano at Poarl City penin
sula. Tho Government band will
play at tho Hawaiian hotel this
evening at 7:30.
Program in an-
in Kinc Bros',
haB attracted so
much attontion is not tho portrait
of anyouo hero.
The charge of riding a bioyclo
without a light .ou which Cupid
Knlauianaolo was nrrpsted last
night was nolle pios.'d this morn
ing. Mr. Steward returned with an
other lot of swiuo from tho Coast
in tho barkeutino S. N. Castlo to
day. The grunters are for tho
Hawaiian Pork Packing Co.
Cupid Knlauianaolo was arrest
ed at the start of tho parado for
not having a light on his bicycle.
Thoro wero several without lights
at the finish, but thoy were not
Fred. Harrison, contractor for
tho now Campbell block, has bo
gun demolishing thn old buildings
on the site. In consoquenco ho
haB firewood for sale, of course
Tho lOc.'counter at tho Teraplo
of Fashion is still the popular fad
among Honolulu ladies. Tomor
row a now lino of goods will bo
placed on this table. Tho old prico,
10c, will provail.
Mr. JohnBtonoand wifo, former
ly in tho French Boss candy busi
ness in this city, returned from a,
fivn months' sojourn in California
in the S. N. Castle today. Mr.
Johnstone will go into the candy
trade again with C. V, Sturdevant.
Tho Diraond divorce cnno is
ended. Mr. Dimond gets a
divorce and tho custody of the
child under Judge Carter's deci
sion. The case will go to tho
Supremo Court on exceptions to
tho rulings of the Court on points
February G,an engineer of long
experience writes tho Pacific
Hardwaro Co., as follows: "I
received your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and as I have
usod them since, having tho power
of selecting my own oil, I can
only echo tho facts which thoy ex
press." Thoro was tremendous excite
ment at Sydney over the news of
Butler's nrrest, which appeared
in long cablegrams from London
' tho morning after the event.
Nowspaper extras wore issued
and had an imtnonso sale. Tho
murderer was expected to be
brought back by tho Monowai.
"W. T. Stead, tho famous Lon
don journalist and foundor of tho
Review of Reviews, is in Aub.
tralia. Shortly uftur his arrivul
at Melbourno it was discovered
that there wero crbpb of small
pox in tho stoorage. of the
Btoamer that brought him.
Tho cabin passengers had landed
beforo tho discovery was made,
but Mr. Stoad and others volun
tarily surrendered thomsolves to
tho Board of Health.
So do money-back
Kauiehamoha Lodge of Perfec
tion will meet this oveuing.
A Chinaman with, chefa tiukets
in possosaion was arrested this
Patrons of Herr Nolto's lunch
room wore treated to delicious
curried chicken yesterday.
Tho fnnoral of Warren Qoodalo
yesterday afternoon drew out
quite a largo number of pooplo.
A printed catalogue) of Uio
bound volumes of tho Historical
Society's library has been issued.
Two moro Chinese chefa fiends
woro arrested this afternoon, but
balled out. shortly afterward by
f ricuds at 25 a heail
j Frod Harrison is making short
work of tearing dowu tho old
Campbell building, formerly oc
cupied by B. F. Llilers fe Co.
Electric light poles ou Fort
street aro being roplacedby others
high enough to carry tho wires
out of tho reach of tho tolophono
A rocont arrival from tho Coast
says that Mr. Van Camp, woll
known in this city, was in San
Francisco, but was trying to got to
Judge "Wilcox occupied tho
bench of tho District Court just
long enough this morning to post
pone tho embezzlement caso of
W. J. Coelho to Mhroh 4.
In tho police court this morn
ing Judge do la Vorgno fined Ah
Ton S50 for opium iu possession,
and Ah Yit and Chun Kwai'S25
each for peddling chefa tickets.
Tho threo Chinese, whoso trial
for assaulting a policeman occu
pied most of Judge do la Vorgno's
time yesterday, woro discharged
at the conclusion of tho evidouco
Tho St. Andrew's Sowing Socie
ty will hold thoir annual sale in
tho Sunday schoolroom, Saturday
afternoon and ovening of this
week. There will bo plain 6owing,
fancy work, pillows, Mowers, loe
cream and coffe for salo. Tho
ladies having the nifw'r iu hand
aro satisfied thoir efforts will at
tract a large attendance and ready
sales will bo made.
The banker " passes in his
checks," the cashier "goes to his
last account," tho mugwump
"joins tho great majority,"tho cob
bler "breathes his last,"the saloon
keeper "seeks tin spirit land,"
tho gambler "shuttles off," the
stabloman "kicks tho buckut," the
spiritualistic medium "gives up
the ghost," the accountant "goes
to his long reckoning," but, ac
cording to tho newspapers, very
low people simply-"die."
Term mill Cliiimbem lliliie The
Judge Carter granted a decree
of divorce to W. W. against Car
rie Dimond immediately aftor
argument yosterday afternoon.
J. A. King, Minister of tho In
terior, has made return to the
alternative writ of mandamus
obtained by J. F. Haokfeld. He
alleges that tho "document, pur
porting to bo the articles of asso;
oiation of the Oahu Sugar Com
pany, .Limned, is not in form and
in accordance wuu law, ana
states that this is the reason ho
has rofused to filo said.artioles.
Luiza da Gloria Ma'rcollino,
administratrix of tho estate of
Antonio Alarcollino, deceased, has
filed her first and final account,
showing receipts of $1427.97 and
payments of S'271.01. An inven
tory shows personal prqporty,
mostly cash in havings bank, of
S125G.96, and it is stated that the
real estate is accounted for in the
iuveutory of tho guardian of deco
dent's mmor childien.
Judgo Carter has approved tho
accounts and ordered the dis
charge of M. A. Qonsalvessguard
ian of the Camara minors. Tho
sum ot $589.36 haB beon distribut
ed to tho minors.
Wong Chut is being tried by
Judgo Carter without a jury for
larceny second degree, in stoaling
a watch valued at $15 from Johu
Cunha. Deputy Attorney-General
Dolo for the prosecution; W.
A. Heushall for the defendant.
Kamehamelm Lodge of Perfection,
No. 1, A ft A. 8 II., will hold a Iteir
ulnr Meeting at 7:30 o'clock THIS
EVENING, at Masonic Temple.
0. L. CUAI11JE,
Celebrated for Its jjreat leavening atrensth
and liealthfiilnets. Assure the food against
alum and all forms of adulterutlon common
to tho cheap LrandB. KOTAI. 1KK1NO Vovr
i)E Co , New YoitK.
Havo you a copy of tho : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
Tho book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its froo to
inyono who will call or vrrite.
Better get ono to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
13 DONE AT
J. P. RODRIGUES
No. 142 lorfc Street.
Ey TELEPHONE 0121
For twelve years I have mudo the
Clothing of our bent people Their con
tinued patronage is a guarantee of my
Cleaning And Repairing
Iu First-class Style.
Attention, Company A.
Armory CoMr-Avy A., N. Q.H.,
Honolulu, February 25, 1897.
Every Member of this Command is
hereby ordered to roport at the Drill
Shed THIS (Thuwlny) EVENING,
February 25, ut 7:30 o'clook, for
The Kegulai Anniutl Meeting of the
Stockholder of I lie Inter. telam! Steam
Navigation Co., LM, will be held at
thu Ofllce o' Uio OompiniVi on Tues
day, Match 0. nt 10 o'clock a. m.
N, E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, H T., Feb 23, 1897.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Oahu Railway and Laud
Company will be hold ut the Cham
ber of Commerce on Saturday, Febru
ary 27, al 11 a, in.
For Bale by the load or largo quanti
ties. Appl) to
New Campbell Hulldliig,
04J tf - Fort Street.
Evening Jiulletiv 75o per month, j
Auction Saks by W. S. Luce.
lly order of Mrs Ocrtz and on account of
departure I shall sell nt my Auction Itooms,
On SATURDAY, hh. '27, '97
At 10 o'clouk n. iu.
Parlor, Bedroom, Dining-room
and Kitchen Furniture.'
Ladles', Men' and Children's Shoes, and
Lasts, bhip'a Doll, linndsome Clock,
ROY AX, Carved
Mnuogany Sofas, Chiffoniers,
Sideboard, Chairs, etc.
Hair and Feather Mat
tresses and Pillows,
Sewing Machine, Hugs, Books, Pictures',
Hawaiian Flag, Chandelier,
Lamps, Tools, etc.
W. S. LUCE,
310 Fort Street.
Fifty-five Cents worth of
First-class Stationery for
Twenty-five Cents worth
of Stationery for , .
These aro the values given tho
public who buy tho
New Golden Rule
Ugy AH prices always right
all the time.
Big - Clearance - Sale
FOR -THIS -WEEK - ONLY !
BLACK, WHITE and COLORED LACES !
ISTOTJEG THE8E PRICES!
Laces that sold tor SI per Yard now OKr
offered at - - CO"
Lafrdas r -5-- 5c. and 10c.
mr Why ? Oh ! Just to Clear Them Out ! 9
They are All on One Counter and Every Piece
is Reduced 75 Percent or More !
For This Week Only !
A Chance of a Lifetime !
Er Nothing like tho ubuvo over heard of before.
you nothing. t Corao early if you wish to securo Choice
So. 10-EORT STEEBT STOEE-No. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEuslins,
Gi'Giiadmes, Hotnaspitn, Linens,
An ontiro new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, "P'm Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck "Wear,
Now Inehings, Latest Collars and CufFs. '
The jSTew IBolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
USTew "Ribbons I New Trimmincs I
Any sarsaparilla is sarsaparilla. True. So any
tea is tea. So any flour is flour. But grades differ.
You want .the best. It's so with sarsaparilla. There
are. grades. You want the best. If you understood
sarsaparilla as well as you do tea and flour it
would be easy to determine. But you don't. How
should you ?
When you are going to buy a commodity
whose value you don't know, you pick out an old
established house to trade with, and trust their
experience and reputation. Do so when buying
A.yer's Sarsaparilla has been on the market
fifty years. Your grandfather used Ayer's. It is a
reputable medicine. There are many sarsaparillas.
JtJut only one Ayer's. IT
An inspection will cost,, V
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