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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 27, 18H7.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
OhcBter Doylo is home ngaiu.
Crickot Club meeting at tho
.Arliugton this evuning.
Seo Jordan's ad. for big silk
salo to bogin Monday, March 1.
Government employes havo
money to jiugla i not to burn to
day. Mrs. E. It. Hendry haB been
appointed ono of tho teachers o
the Practise School.
Tho new Wildor stoamer He
leno is expected to put in an ap
pearance at any time.
Cars are running between
Qaeen and Piikoi streets every
ten minutes each way.
There will bo a special French
diuuor and dauco at the Hawaiian
hotel on Wednesday evening.
Band concort at Makoo Island
tomorrow afternoon as usual.
Program in another' column.
H. M. S. Icarus left Koalake
kua bay on tho eveniug of Sun
day last for Coquimbo, Chili.
The Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday even
ing. Tho Temple of Fashion is still
conducting its 10c. counter. Now
goods are placed on this counter
Tho attendance at tho meeting
of Christian Workers yesterday
afternoon at Y. M. 0. A. hall was
a goodly one.
L. I). Timmous has pkntod
two aores of cotton at Pearl City
as an osperiment on laud furnish
ed by B. F. Dillingham.
D. H. Hitchcock returned from
Hawaii yesterday on tho Mauua
Loa, whore ho has been making
sketchos along the Coast.
Georgo Maoy and Louis Singer
liavo boeu appointed a committee
to airungo a program for tho next
high jinks of Company D.
R. A. Jordan has loasod the
Thurston premises, No. 1008
Nuuauu street, and will in future
mako it his family resiuonco.
'rim TTnidiinsnn Sunar Planta
tion Company recently declared a
dividend of, 25 cents per share,
payable iu San Fruncibco on Feb
Tomorrow evening Rev. H. W.
Pock of the Mothodist church and
Rev. James M. Monroe of tho
Christian chuich ill oxohango
The government band will play
for the St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sewing Society this afternoon uud
evening, instead of giving the usual
concort in Emma square.
K. Uota, cashier of the Yoko
bama SpocioBanV,mll bo ploased
to receive seeds of Hawaiian trees,
plants aud llowers, and in return
will give Japauoso seeds of which
ho Aspects a largo assortment on
tho next ateamor.
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer, H. F.
Lewis, W. W. Hall aud Tom May
returned on yostoiday's steamor
from a tour of inspection of the
Kona coffeo districts and oxpross
themselvos in admiring terms of
whai they saw of tho coffee plan
tations. Rev. Mr. Sumner of California
will preach at the morning service
of the Central Union ohuroh. Tho
praise service appointed for tho
v evening has been postponed two
weeks. Tho subject of tho ovon
iug sormon will be "Revelation or
Tho Amoricatf Relief Fund has
re-elected tho following officers:
Presidont, Chas. R. Bishop; vice
piosidont, Wm. F. Allen; secre
tary and treasuror, W. 0. Atwater;
Relief Committeo, J. Emmoluth
and 0. B. Ripley; Visiting Com
" niitteo, J. B. Athorton.
W. A. Bowon will speak at tho
gospel mooting at tho Young Men's
Christian Association Sunday
evening at G:30 o'clock. Subject:
"Jesus Christ the Perfect Man,"
Ephesians .1:13, Hebrews 2:10.
Evory young man should hear
what Mr. Bowon has to say about
n perfect man.
Cook likes it. Mistress
likes it Family likes it
Your grocer pays you
back your money in full if
you don't like it
Company 0 will try to olect a !
captain next Friday. '
Clive Davios returned on tho .
Mauna Loa yesterday.
Work has begun on tho altera
tions of tho Fishel block.
Arthur Harrison is makinc tho
walls d the new firo station rise.
Portraits enlarged from small
photos and handsomoly framod
for S10 at King Bros.
0. Hcdemann, of tho Honolulu
Iron Works, has returned from a
trip to tho other islands.
Rov. James M. Monroe will
preacji at tho Christian church to
morrow morning on "Christian
Company B's first team shoots
this afternoon against a team from
tho Woodland Company of tho
California National Guard.
John Commaucho, who has been
steward of the Pacific Club and
tho Hawaiian hotel, has oponed a
restaurant on Merchant Btreet.
Twenty-six shares of Hawaiian
Hardware Co., 850 paid up, woro
sold at auction by Jas. F. Morgan
today and brought $10 por share.
J. A. Rodanot, who lately re
turned from a residonco of somo
timo at Pahala, is working in
Thomas Lindsay's jewelry store.
The Circuit Court term was ad
journed sino die by Judge Carter
this morning. All cases not
reached woro continued till next
Tomorrow ovoning Rov. H. W.
Peck of the Methodist church aud
Rev. James M. Monroe of tho
Christian church will oxchauge
Tho work of dismantling tho
Mott Smith building on'the corner
of Hotel and Fort streets, provipus
to an extensive remodeling, has
Tho inquest on tho Japanese
. woman found hanging will bo
f held Monday. Interpreter Doylo
, and Detective Toma were working
I on tho case this morning.
I Just received, an entirely new
' stock of Gents Suitinns in Black,
Bluo and fancy mixtures aud will
bo sold in quantities to suit, at
wholosalo pnceB. L. B. Kerr,
A broken roller from Kuikui
haelo is receiving serious atten
tion at' tho hands of William 0.
Roo iu the Honolulu Iron Works.
Bill's chums call him tho. Tubal
Cain of tile foundry.
Yesterday D. G. Sylvester re
ceived a handeome gold medal
from H. Hackfeld & Co. He won
the fifty mile bicycle race last Sep
tember iu the timo of 2 hours and
50 minutes, for which tho medal
The regular monthly meeting
of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo held
Monday night, March 1, in the
assooiution parlors at 7 o'clook.
Tho association mooting will be
hold at 7:30 o'clock, just following
tho meeting of tho directors. The
members are especially requested
to bo present, aa several matters
of importance are to be con
sidered. CATIIF.DUAI. NEWISd HOGIHIY.
1.1st of Cumiiillloei in Cliarce ol
Hie Tablet 'loiltay.
The long-oxpeotod fair of the
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sewing
Society comes off today in the
Sunday school room, from 2 to
5:30 in tho afternoon and from 7
to 9:30 in tho evening. By tho
courtesy of Minister Cooper tho,
government band will play in tho
grounds from 3 to 5:30 afternoon.
The following committeos havo
charge of the different tables:
Flower: Mrs. Pierre Jones,
Miss Helen Parker, Miss Alico
"Woods, Miss Maudo Woods and
Miss Nalani Jouos,
Cushion: Miss Agnos "Walker,
Miss Eva Parker ond MisB Clara
Sweets: Miss Kulamauu Ward
and Miss Emily Ladd.
Fancy: Mrs. James Campbell,
Mrs. Q. D. Freoth aud MrB. Hugh
Loinoilado Stand: Miss Sopor
and Mrs. W. Stanloy.
Qrab Box: Miss Hurris and
Miss Kebecca Harris. ..
Ico Cream: Mrs. Clark and
Mrs. T. 11. Walker.
Coffee: Miss Molntyroand Mrs.
S. C. Allen.
Ilawtumn Table: Miss Poabody,
Mrs. Shim nit and Mrs. Keohoka
lolc. Sowing Table: Mis. Willi? nud
Mi e. Taylor.
Celebrated for lt Rrcat lcavcnlnj; Mrcmith
nncl taltlifulnefs. Assure tlic food nj;alnt
alum and nil forms of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands, ltoru, IUkiso I'ow
unit Co , New Yokk.
Havo you a copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its frco to
anyone who will call or vriite.
Better get one to-dav.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Stop That Pain!
Why look so dojected -and
Oh your head aches does
it? Well, then wo are pleased
to know that wo can assist
Wo don't ask you to re
strict yourself from eating
things that you feel you need
and must have. Nor do we
say that you must tako ab
solute rest and abandon seeing
your friends and indulging in
All that we advise is that
you obtain a box of the new
remedy for Hcndacho. Itsname
is HEADINE, a perfectly
harmless preparation put up
in powders not unpleasant to
It has cured others aud will
It is not a catchpenny pre
paration, but on tho contrary
reliable aud safo.
Drop into our store nnd ob
tain FREE OF CHARGE a
sample of Headino. A trial
will convince you.
Be suro that you do not
confound tho name with that
of other preparations with
Wo are Sole Agents.
Holljster Drug Go.
Evening JlulUtiv 76c jw monlh.
310 Fort 81 ret t.
Fifty-five Cents worth of
First-class Stationery for
Twenty-five Cents worth
of Stationery for . .
These are tho values given tho
public who buy the
New Golden Rule
3' All prices always right
all the time.
Tlic school youngster Is
happiest when tho cure of
bla clothes doesn't bother him.
Putting together wear-
resistlng fabric In a wear
resisting maimer Is our
contribution to the youngster's
happiness. Tho pricing adds
to papa's happluif-q.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTerlGy BlOClC
We Make Shirts to Order.
For sale by the load or largo quanti
ties. Apply to
New Campbell Building,
013-tf Fort Street.
BIG v SILK 7 SALE
Another Monster Reduction
FOR - ONE -WEEK - ONLY !';
AT JORDAN'S ; :I
Beginning Monday, March 1, 1897.
XLE8 Mm AEB!
fJaxanese Silks from lOc.
Colored Silks and
it a Discount of 75 Per Cent or More !
r Tlia a n "Rnnnifidn Silk Snlo and tho Reduction of 75 Por Cent is no' HM
catch penny affair. A
IVLAJtCUXl O, HiOlUSlTe, is 1110 omy timo yuu.wui ycu who jjiyj.vuuuubiuii
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THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVCusliiis,
Grenadines, Homespiuz, Lineizs,
An entlro now line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etr,'
Latest in Neck "Wear,
Now Inchings, LatcBJb Collars and Cuffs.
The New Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
JSTew Ribbons I Now Trimmings !
56 Inch.es "WTxde.
Damask and White Table Linen
35 Cents -Sl.OO
Table Linen . -
Heducecl from Sl.OO
call will convinco tho most skeptical. II ARCH 1 to '
. Table Linen
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