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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 6, 18J7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sotuubody's filly is impounded.
Tho Zonlnndia brought six pns-
acugor for this port.
Philip Peck. f tho Olaa'coffoo
man, haB gone homo.
David Dayton has added ahouso
and lot on xoung stroot to his salo
Fully one-third of tho land in
Qreat Britain is owned by mom
bors of the House of Lords.
Miss Mildred M. Kingsley was
married to E. E. Mossman last
ovouiug by Ilov. D. P. Birnio.
A diminutive Hawaiian boy was
arrested last night for wandering
about tho streets' at a lato hour.
Tho big reduction ribbon salo
at tho Tomplo of Fashion will
positively close Saturday evening.
.. Tho avorago residue of ashes
loft after tho cremation of tho
c ,huuian body amounts tq only 8 i
io v-:A,ho Misses Eva and Helon
.cylrtirkor left on tho Kiunu this
;5v .morniuc for Hawaii for an oxtoud-
Tho trial of Miss Santos, other
wise known as Minnie Voir, for
larceny has again been postponed
to March 0.
Ah Kui was fined 850 and costs
by Judge do la Verguo this morn
ing ou a plea of guilty of opium
. A small dog bolouging to a fire
man foil off the hoso wagon on
tho way to tho firo last night and
was badly hurt.
Bishop Willis vill hold con
iiruiiitiou services at Kilauea, Ka
uai, noxt Sunday, having already
loft for that purpose.
Miss Alico AValkor, who' has
beon viiting in this city Tor sev
eral months, returned to Kohala
in the Kinau with her raothor to
day. W. "W. Bruuer, tho surveyor, is
to take charge of the work on tho
- new Pali road and has alroady
commenced tho necossary sur
The alarm of firo last night
came from tho Vida residence on
King street. Tho blaze was ex
tinguished beforo tho department
George A. Turner left for Hilo
today to take the positjon of Col
lector . of that port, x'c0 Arthur
Richardson. Ho was accom
panied by his family.
Jordan's silk sale only runs to
day aud tomorrow. All the fiuo
silks that aro now selling aB low
as 10c. will bo taken off tho coun
' tor at "tho dosing hour tomorrow.
There will bo a social at the
Christian Church, Alakca street,
this evening. Doors open 7 p.m.;
entertainment starts at 8. Mem
1'jjrs and friends will be cordially
The concert to bo given by tho
Kalihi-waona school children to
morrow evening, will tako place
in the Arion hall, roar of tho
, Opera House, instead 'of at tho
drill shed as originally intended.
It sooms to be generally under
stood that 'Wj.J. Coolho, the de
faulting clerk of tho District Court,
is to bn given time in which to
square up his indebtedness to thq
Government, as has boon tho rulo
in similar affairs.
V At a meeting of the Jockey
Club last evening Secretary Wild
er was instructed to ascertain the
names of horses which ownors de
sire to train for tho 11th of June,
stylo of raoes wanted, and other
data, on receipt of which another
meeting will bo held nud a pro
W. N. Armstrong, M. D. Mon
sarrat and Ohas. Hustaco Jr. have
been oppointod a Road Commis
sion to estimate the valuo of a
strip of land four feet wido( ex
tending from King street to tho
Boyd promises on tho Waikiki
road, required for street improve
ments. Tho proporty is owned
by Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Brown and
tho Ii estate.
Tho Kinau took six Volcano
tou lists away this morning.
Tim Merchants' Exchange has a
conspicuous announcomout in this
L. A. 0. Parish and O. Olmsted
roiarneu to inoir respective uomes
Dr. J. Wight and W. W.
Goodalo roturnod to Hawaii this
Mrs. H. T. Walker and Miss
Alice Walker left for Hawaii on
tho Kinau today.
Tho now Wildor steamer
Hclone started on her first trip to
Hawaii last evening.
Wm. G. Irwin, F. W. Mncfar
lano and J. Ronton wore pas
songors by tho Kinau.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular Houso, 1C4 Fort stroot,
from 81.00 per week up.
A largo uumbor of poonlo wore
present at tho danco given by tho
Myrtle Boat Club last night.
Miss Edna Hay ward, daughter
of Captain Hayward, is a through
passenger in tho S. S. Zonlnndia.
At J. T. Waterhouso's an im
mense variety of new dress goods
has just been opened. Soo tho
list elsewhero. '
Miss Bogle, a missionary, ar
rived from tho South in the steam
or Zealandia. Sho will bo a guest
of Mr. Frank Domon.
Tho Hawaiian Commercial
Agouoy has just issued a little
book-giving tho commercial rating
of all tho business firms in tho
Have you any doubts
about Schilling's Best ' .
and spices F
Your grocer pays you
back your money in full
if you don't like them. '
Mr. R. C. Hurt, a passenger for
Honolulu in the Zealandia, is a
: .i.'.i f ., r ti.n i. ,,i:..
newspapers of Melbourne, Aus
tralia. W. W. Goodalo was unable to
dcm'do what disposition should be
made of his father's remains until
ho hoars from rolatives in tho
East. They will likely remain in
tho Poty vault for two months yet.
February G, an engineor of long
experionco writes tho Pacific
Hardware Co., as follows: "I
rocoived your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and as I have
used them since, having tho power
of selecting my own oil, I can
only echo the facts which thoy ex
press." Harry Leo, the groat imperson
ator, and valet arrived in tho
Zealandia from tho Colonics.
Harry will play horo. Before go
ing to tho Colonies, ho' played for
a year in tho Empire Theater,
London. A fiuo Danish, hound is
n pot of tho playor, touring tho
globe with his master.
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Celebrated for Its great leaVcnlng strcnKtli
and licnlthrulneis. Assure tlio food against
alum mid nil form of adulteration common
to the cheap brands. KorAl. IIakino Vow
unit Co., Nr.w YunK.
Have you n copy of the : :
: : Ilobron Drug Go's, now
The book is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its free to
anyone who will call or write.
Better "ret one to-dav.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Hobrqn Drug Co.
Kin" Sz Fort.
Aucliini Sales by W; S. Luce.
could not understand our
Shirt Waist order for mid
winter, so the rilling was de
layed a steamor. If it had
been for furs wo would havo
had tho goods. Now they aro
here a hundred different styles
everyone prettier than its mate.
No telling how many dozen;
enough for an ordinary store,
but half of them may Jjo gone
by noon today. Twenty cases
opened at noon today.
Other goods for ladies woro
marked this morning and aro
ready for your inspection; a
better .lot was never shown,
nor better prices asked for
you. Now goods there, tho
latest ideas of Parisian and
" Organdie Alixe, Valencia,
Cotton Jaconet, Parisian Or
gandie, Swiss Organdies, pot
ton Novelties, Pineapple Gro
na'dino, some people call them,
that are beautiful effects. As
firm as Silk Grenadines and
protty cotton prettincss.
Read of tho other goods, new
today. Swiss Book Muslin,
White Cotton Pique, (plain or
figured); Fancy Figured Rib
bon, Tnfeta Ribbons, Yoking
Embroidery, Striped Tucking,
Awning Cloth,, Figured Di
mity 0-8-12 yards for a dollar;
Tarloton all shades, Linen
Torchon Lace, Valenciennes
Laco, Puggarees, etc.
Remnant Counter THIS
1 T. WATERHOUSE
New Spring Goods
...'... JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed VEuslii$
Greizadhzes, Homespztaz, Liizetzs,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots,' etc.
Latest in JSTeck Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cufl's.
The jSTew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
!N"ev Ribbons ! ISTew Trimmings I
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Our Xjaro:e Assortment of
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Just Received Direct from the London Factory..
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
On THURSDAY, irarch 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On ticcnunt of iiilondecl departure of
MIW. lJltOWN, I flmll Hell at her
Hediileiii'e, corner Alukt-u ami Hotel
Htret-ts, the Entire Household Fur
niture, conslstliif; of
Handsome Parlor Furniture,
of Cnrveii nud Inlaiil MnhnKnuy,
Cune Clmlr.H mid Tulilee,
Upholstered Sofas & Chairs,
Hnndsoine Parlor LmnM,
Hug-, Kiigruvlng', Lace Curtiilns,
Large Mirror with Koa Stand,
n W. MnrblMnp Sideboard.
11. W. Exton-lon Dinlug Table.
11. W. Dining Cliulra,
2 Extremely Handsome Break
fast, Dinner and Tea Sets,
Oue Grand White and Gold Ten Set,
Louugo,'Gla8swure, Crockery nod
Carved B. W. Bedroom Suite,
Oak Bedroom 8ulte,
1'lno Bedroom Het,
Wartlrobes, etc., etc.,
Stove, Meat Safo, Ice Chest,
tr This sale given a rare chance
to the publlo to ohtain at publio auc
tion Handsome, Well-preserved and
BIG v SILK v SALE
Another Monster Reduction
FOR -ONE-WEEK-ONLY !'
AT JORDAN'S .V
BegiiiBing Monday, March 1, 1897. '
W. S. LUCE,
Real Estate Broker.
20!) MorcUont Stroot.'
Uouse and Lot, 75x165 ft., on No. 71
Young Ktreet; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitolieu,
Lot ou Wildor avenue 100x300 ft., foncod.
Lots on Kinau nnd l'iikol streets.
v TO LET.
Furnislied Kooms within live miuntcs'
walk fiom the l'ost OOke. AIbo other
IIouho on Uerotania streot, uear lMIKoi
street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitcliou, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a borne.
lloniio on Seiiool slrtetj parlor, several
Iwdrouuw, kitchen, pantry, outhouKos and
stable formerly occupied by lion. W, II.
tJaioanese Silks from lOc. up, '
1 Colored Silks and' Moires - ','
At a Discount of 75 Per Cent or More I'
BLACK and COLORED SATINS
Reduced from l.OO to 25c.
B- TIub is a Bona-fido Silk Salo and tho Reduction of 75 Per Cent is rib
catch penny aftair.' A call will convinco tho most skeptical. M AROH 1 to
MARCH 6, Inolusive, is tho only tjmo you can got this Big Reduction.
COME EARLY AND GET ETRST OI-IOIOB.l'rj
No. 10-EOET STREET ST0EE-:-No. 10
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