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EVJ5NJNG BULLETIN, MAKOII G 181)7
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
L. Siegoner Iihh ii uotico else
wlioro. A duck vcBt bargnin is offered
at Tho Knah.
JTlio Hurry Oillig party lento
for tbe'Oonat 0:1 tlio AiiHlrnlin.
'Concert by tho Knlihiwaeua
School nt Anon hall this evening.
Alex. Cnrtwright rotarned to
Snu Francisco on last night's
Tho Hawaiian Ungoy Instituto
has declared its' first clividond of
Ilerbort and Wnltor Austin re
turned to tho States by tho Zea
laudia last night.
Company D had a business
mooting last evening, with a real
sociul timo afterward. '
T. W. Hobron oud wifo will
leave for thd Coast on tho Austra
; Ha, instead of the Peru.
rtsv. Tho program for the Makee
.1 IbiiuuI baud concert tomorrow
jjjflitornoou willbolouna in uuotlier
. Henry Leo and eorvant, Lon-
fT lr moro aro registered at tho Hawai-
Rev. . H. W. Peck has sole'cted
"Cut It Down, Why Cumbereth It
the Ground," as tho topic for his
sermon tomorrow morning.
This is tho last day of tho big
ribbon sale at tho Tomplo of
Fashion. Tho store will remain
open this ovoning till 10 o'clock.
Tho Rev. Caroline Bartlott of
Kalnmnzoo, Mich.,vbaB Just mar
ried Dr. Augustus W . Crane.
The brido performed tho cere
mony herself. '
.Tho Baroness Burdott Coutts
has presontod Sir Honry Irving
with the identical- ring worn by
David Garrick when ho played
tho pait of Richard III.
Tho Admiralty has sanctioned
tho construction of a graving dock
at Colombo, Ceylon, capable of
accommodating tho largest iron
clad in the British Navy.
Owing to Mr. J. Hay Wode
houso's beroavoraouti tho cricket
match for this afternoon.is post
poned, ho being ono of tho ap
pointed players, and many of tho
others his personal friends.
It was Rev. Kong "Yin Tet of
tho Anglicau OhiucbO Mission
wimread tho third chapter of Ec
olesiastes, and Mr. Wong the pas
sage from Saint Luko, at the hos
pital opening on Thursday.
February G,on engineer of long
exporionco. writes tho Pacific
Hardware Co., as follows: "I
recoived your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and bb I have
used them since, having tho powor
of selecting my owu oil, I can
only echo tho facts which thoy ex
press." ' - '
Tho King of Greece delights
in taking recreation in tho fields.
Ho can plow, cut and bind corn,
milk cows, and, in short, could,
at a pinch, keep a .farm going
single-handed. At present he is
not working bn a farm but on
doavoring to make good Groek"
farmers out of tho Cretans.
A Gorman inventor has hit up
on a method of putting stone soles
ou boots and shoes. Ho mixes a
waterproof glue with a suitable
quantity of clean quartz and
spreads it over tho leather sole
used as a foundation. 'Thoso
quartz sdlcs are said to bo flexible'
and practically indestructible
Tho Young Men's Christian
Association have arranged with
Dr. gHyde to give a sorios of ad
dresses on tho "Epistlo of Paul
to tho Ephesians," at the Associa
tion hall, beginning Sunday
nftornoon at 4 o'clock. They feel
quite fortunato to give this oppor
tunity to tho mombors and friends
of the Association. Young men,
mombers or( riot, aro cordially in
vited to attend.
Arc Schilling's Best
'as.good as Schilling's Besi
Yps-andno. Other coffee,
baking, powder, arid soda,
are not usually so bad as
k other tea. Other spices and
flavoring extracts are almost
A thousand cartloads of "good
bbil is wanted.
.., . . -IV '
.unnu coucen ni iMiinia Hquare
at 1:30 this afternoon,
"W. N. Armstrong will not leavo
for tho StateB Until April 1.
J. A. Gonsalvcs was last night
elected captain of Company 0.
Sco all tho goods tho Hawaiian
Hardwaro Co. ndvortisos today.
Honry Leo, the great imperson
ator, Monday and Tuesday even
ings. H. W. Schmidt it Sons aro
agouts for tho Whito sowing ma
William Kamali, painter, paper
hangor and decorator, has a card
in this paper.
The. ladies of tho St -Andrew's
Sewing Socioty Hotted a clear
S700 by their recent fair.
Miss Helon Wilder expects to
lon-vo ou tho China for n throe
months' trip to the Orient.
Tho Shiushu Maru will take
back about fifty immigrants
whoso contracts have oxpired. ,
A Chinese prisoner was brought
up from Ewa today under sen
tence for deserting contract sor
vi'co. Tho funeral of tho lato Mrs. Hay
Wodohouso takes place from St.
Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow
aftornoon at 3 o'clock.
John Comaucho of tho Now
Market Restaurant will serve up
dinner on Sunday 'until 8 p. m.
The bill of faro will bo a fiicuic.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation iq Ho
Sometimes a man gets credit
for thoughtfulness and gonerosity
by bringing his wifo homo a box
of French candy, and then eats
four-fifths of it himself. Soiner
A preliminary meeting to' form
an annexation club was held at
Pearl City last uightf,about thirty
boing present. Pormanont oflicers
of tho club will'bo elected at an
other meeting next week.
Joseph Mitchell has returned to
New South Wales from Eugland
prepared to develop tho iron in
dustry of tho colony, and to sup
ply tho government with 150,000
tons of steel (ails if required.
Harry Reynolds, the one-milo
araatonr rhampion cyclist -of the
world, is in Australia. Ho is a
nativo of Irolau'd, ami has oil'yx
ridden in the first night ,of tho
world's ridors "within the past
eight months. ,
The 'topic for discussion atftho
gospel meeting at tho Yoaug
Men's Christian AsHociafion Sun
day ovoniug at '0:30 o'clock is,
"Jesus Christ, theDououncor of
Hypocrites," Majt. 23:27-38. AV.
W. Hull will fipenk. Kvoryhoily
will be cordially welcome
ChriMlali Church Social.
Yosterday evening tho Christ
ian church on Alakea street was
bright with olectric glow, and
filled with a happy company con
sisting of members of the congre
cation and Snndnv nnbnnl. nrl.
heronts and friends. It was thff
first of a series of sociablos to im
prove acquaintanceships formed
at tho regular services of the
church. Rov. J. M. Monroe,
paBtor, opened and closed tho
proceedings wi(h prayor. Wm.
McCandless announced tho differ
ent parts of tho exorcises, Mrs.
W. O. Weodon was director of tho'
fousical and literary nurhbers,
and Airs. V(. L. iioppor. managed
tho refreshments, contributed
by tho lady mombors. ' Miss
Louise Boardrriap, Mrs. Weedqn
and Miss Tompleton gavo
recitations, each of which
was received with ovidont
pleasure. Messrs. Tompleton,
Borroy aud Rice sang a trio and
received applause. Refioshmouts
consisting of fine Olaa cotTeo,
sandwiches and cake were served
at littlo quartette tables, in tho
dispatch of which great sociabili
ty ruled. Thore was nothing
cold excepting ico .water on tho
sido. Tho ovout was voted a most
pleasant ouo, and its successive
repetitions to bo joyfully an
, 1000 Cartloads of Good oll. All or
part to be furuiiriieri within six inpnths.
Tenders mall "P. O, Box. 40S.'
Cell brntcd for Its great Unruiilng rtrcneth
and lualtlifulncts. Assures the food ORalnst
nlum and all forms'of ndultcrntlou common
to the cheap brands. HorAL IHkimi I'ow
DEn Co , Nnw YflllK.
gleets you on ovoiy linnd in our
store. That's the soitof greet
ing that foices its way between
the chinks of your pocket book,
und filters in through again into
tho cornor of your heart. '
Di uggists ate supposed to mnko
1000 per cent, profit on thoir
goods. Wo are willing to divido
this with our customors. You
will get tho linger share. Why
not get some of this piofit in
your buying of ding stoio gooTJs?
Hobron Drug Co.
Fort and King. '
Auction fialcs by W. .V. Lucr.
On THURSDAY, March 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On acrnunr nf Intcmleil departure of
Mil-. UKOWK, I hIiuII ell ut her
Residence, corner Alukea ami Hotel
Htri-ets, the Entire Household Fur
niture, eoimlntliiu of
Handsome Parlor Furniture,
of Carveu ami Inlaid Mahogany,
Cane Chulrs aud Table, '
Upholstered -Sofas & Oh airs,
HamlMntne Parlor Lamps.
, Rugu, Engravlngt, Lac5 CurtaluB,
Large Mirror with Koa Stand,
B W. Marble-top 8ldeboard,
B. W. Extenxlou DIulugTablo.
B. W: Dining Chairs,
2 Extremely Handsome Break
fast, Dinner and Tea Sets,
One Grand White and Gold Ten get,
Lounge, Glusaware, Crockery and
Carved B. W. Bedroom Suite,
Oak Bedroom Suite,
Pine llfcdrnnm Ret,
Wardrobes, etc., etc.,
Stove, Meat Safe, Ice Chest,
fJW Thin Bale gives a rare chance
to the public to ohtuln at puhllu uuc
tlou Handsome, Well-pieaorved and
W. S. LUCE,
- WILLIAM KAMALI,
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Oritera attended to with dUpnlch.
All work carefully and promptly ex
ecuted. XjjT Oitk hi Smith street, with Bntnuel
Kahologkuluul Van. llesiileuco: l'alaiua.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
could not undcr&tuiid our
Shirt Waist order for mid
winter, so the filling was de
layed a steamer. If it had
been for furs wo would havo
had tho goods. Now they aro
here a hundred different styles
everyono prettier than its mate.
No telling how many dozen;
enough for an ordinary store,
but half of them may be gone
by noon today. Twenty cases
opened on Friday.
Other goods for ladies were
marked this morning and are
ready for your inspection; a
better lot was never shown,
nor better prices asked for
you. New goods there, the
latest ideas of Parisian and
Organdie Alixe? Valencia,
Cotton Jaconet, Parisian Or
gandie, Swiss Organdies, Cot
ton Novelties, Pineapplo Gre
nadine, some peoplo call them,
that are beautiful effects. As
firm as Silk Grenadines and
pretty cotton prettiness.
liead of the other goods, now
today. Swiss Book Muslin,
White Cotton Pinue, (plain or
figured); Fancy Figured Rib
bon, Tafota Ribbons, Yoking
Embroidery, Striped Tucking,
Awning Cloth, Figured Di
mity G-8-12 yards for a dollar;
Tarleton all shades, Linen
Torchon Lace, Valenciennes
Lace, Puggarees, etc.
Remnant Counter THIS
J. T, WATERHOUSE
, , Queen Street. .
AND STILL ANOTHER
Big .-.Reduction v Sale
i Discount of 75 - Per Cent, and" More !
From March 8th to 13th
Nuns Veilings from 5c. up.
Cashmeres reduced 75 percent or more. Y.
Scotch Plaids and Beiges reduced 75 percent
Dress Flannels and Mohairs, reduced 75 per
cent and more.
. Wool and" Grenadine Dress Goods reduced
75 percent and more.
Dress Flannels and Canvases reduced 75
percent and more.
fo: 10-EOB.T STREET STOBE-Nol'IO
"This Sulo will positively close March 13, 1897. SMT
Mew Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEuslins,
Greiiadities, Hoi2tespiLnt Linens,
An entire new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The New Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, m Black and White.
USTew "Ribbons 1 !N"ew Trimmincs !
J. M. "WEBB
Has just received a largo con
signment of the
Both Vocal aud Instrumental. Also,
Blank Books and
Which for quality and price
cannot Tbe excelled.
No. 316 Fort Street.
$1 Goods sold at
Th3 White .
are said to be superior to any-,''
other, though not higher in
prices I '"
!E Orders are now re
ceiyed by ' ,
EC. W. r '
SCHMIDT & SONS,
AGENTS OF THE
White Sewing Machine Co
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