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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9. 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Imud concert at Emma
square drew tho crowd Inst night.
Fronoh diunor, donco aud baud
concert at tbo Hawaiian hotel tbia
Tbo cloak on tbo tower of tbo
Judiciary building ia taking a
Superior breakfast sausage ia a
ipecialty at tbo Central Market,
ling up 101.
J. J. Egnn will put accounts of
tlroe mouths or ovor into tbo
bands of an attornoy.
Kiccly furnished rooms at tbo
Popular House, 154 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
liarou Soidlitz, secretary of tbo
Gorman Lrgatiou at Poking, is a
through passongor on tho Poru.
The sale of Mrs. Brown'a ele
gant furniture and otlici house
hold goods will take phico on
Manager Lucas says tho eutor
taiument at the Hawaiian hotel
this evening will bo a well,
something away up.
Thoro was not a good attend
ance at the bicycle bhowjnst night
and thoro was no dauciug, unless
it took pluco after 9:30.
The olorks in tbo Consus Bureau
aro working out such particulars
as occupations of tho inhabitants,
numbers of married peoplo, etc.
J. Comacho will servo up
some moro of tbo feathery tribe
tomorrow. Duck day at the new
market rostaurant. 11 till 2 p. m.
Tho Government band serenad
ed IIou Uodfioy HbodcB yester
day afternoon. Tins evening tho
baud will play at the Hawaiian
A Chinese charged with opium
in posbcssion was brought to the
,polico station by bis bondsmen
this morning ami surrendered into
Tho new counters for tho Inter
ior oftice, made by Lucas Bros.,
aro Jill ready to put in place. They
aro handsome in material and
The list of officers elected at tbo
annual meeting of tbo Inter
Island Stonm Navigation Com
pany bold this morning appears
in auother column.
W. S. Luce yesterday sold a
small piece of laud at Hanalei,
Kauai, under foreclosure. It was
bought by tho Princovillo Planta
tion Company for SoOO.
A social club at Palama held a
meeting last ovoning, naming itself
Kaohulaulaui Social Club, uud
also appointing George Kealoha
pauole to bo their instructor.
Tomorrow and next day James
Morgan will auction off tho bank
rupt stock of dry goodB aud cloth
iug from tho store of M.S. Levy.
Lots of bargains aro assured.
Native women took possession
of tho Hawaiian hotel verauda
this foreuoon, sprcadiug out a
rather fine assortment of leis and
curios for tho many visitors to
Tho third meeting for formation
of a choral society takes placo at
the High School this ovoning,
when it will bo scon what effect
Minister Cooper's recont circular
on tho subject has bad.
Iu anotbor column Castle &
Cooko call attention to high grade
lubricating oils, steel plows, gar
den hose, ice shaves and other
nrticles in general uso on the
plantations and iu'liouseholds.
Thoso who drink beer want a
good article, Tbo Morchauts' Ex
change management know this,
tbcroforo have introduced tbo
special brew, "Milwaukee- Pilson
er." See what is said elsewhere
on this subject.
Nobody should forgot that tho
Japanese bazaar at Queen Emma
hall is to bo held next Saturday
afternoon and evouiug. It will
be ono of tho greatest all-round
Japanese ontertainmouts over
given in Honolulu,
Schilling's Best means:
we lend you
and, if you like them, you
Your grocer pays your
money back if you don't
like Schillings Best
Mrs. )V. W. Diniond loft on tho
Peru this afternoon.
Tho Peru's mail was thoiougbly
fumigated beforo boiug distrib
uted. Purifine, for sanitary protection
or your Home, is advertised by tuo
Hollistor Drug Co.
Only ono arrost was made to
day, that of a nativo charged with
Prof. Bristol's woudoiful horso
show will open Monday evening.
Low prices aro charged.
If you want insurance, lire or
life, consult tho card of Castlo &
Cooko, Ltd., in this papor.
Dr. O. B. High, dentist, gra
duate Philadolpllia Dental Col
lego, 1892. Masonic Templo.
It is stated that a numbor of
promiuont hackmen arc mourning
over tho loss of some largo ac
counts. llim llnrtt IVellunn
T. A. Konnedy, who is the ad
vance agent of the Bristol Horso
Show, asked a Bulletin reportor
to mako this statement for him : "I
want to mako it plain that although
Mr. Irwin refused to rent me tbo
Opera House for tho Bristol Horso
Show be treated me with tho ut
most courtesy in tho matter. When
ho said that he would not allow
his own horses oil the stago or
even a melodrama of any kind re
quiring horses as an adjunct, why,
of course, I bad no moro to say. I
was much disappointed at tho
time, because we always show at
first-class theatres. Ours is not a
ring performance but ono especial
ly adapted for tbo stage of any
good theatre. However, tho now
pavilion wo aro putting up on tho
corner of Alakeu aud Boretania
streets will have a stago with 20
feet front and 31 feet dopth, while
thesoatiug capacity will accommo
date 1000 people. "Wo shall givo
a number of performances here."
About 31 r. Harry lllll.
Trolla Fnltz, tho New York cor
respondent of the Call, writes:
"Mrs. Honry Gillig is living
very quietly iu her handsome
apartments at the Gilsoy Houso.
Sho deolares that she has no de
sire to entertain to any groat ex
tent during her husband's absouco
in the Hawaiian Islands. Every
fiuo day she may bo soon driving
through tho pork and up River
side iu a very stylish turnout,
looking handsome and well gown
ed. 1 mot hor tho other morning
on Fifth avenue giving hor prize
brindlo bulldog Pinko a jolly
littlo walk. Pinko is a groat pot,
and as he took iirst prize in Paris
last auminor for being tho fiucst
specimen of bis class he is doub
ly precious. Mrs. Gillig may go
over to Paris in early spriug;
bowovor, she is yet undecided.
The pioturosque home at Larch
mont sho will occupy iu tho sum
mer when Mr. Gillig returns."
All accounts of THHKK months or
longer ataii'llnp, will be placed in tho
hands of our attorney fur rolltutloa
unlt-H-i Immediate settlement is made.
652 15t J. J. KGAN.
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of the Iuter Island Steam
Navigation Company, IAI, held this
day, the following Oftlcers and Direc
tors were elected for the ensuing year:
W. B. Godfrey President
J. Eua ViceTr.sldont
N E Gedge Secretary
J. Li. MuLiiui Treasurer
T' W. Hobrou Auditor
W. B. Godfrey, J. Knu, G. N. Wil
cox, A. 8. Wilcox, V, O Smith,
F. A. Schoefer, E. Hulir.
N. 13. GEDGE,
Secretary I. I S N. Co., L'd.
Honolulu, H I March 0, 1897.
Cor. Bertdnnhi and Alukea Sta.
Commencing MONDAY, March 15th.
rmiiiij niiiiiuco NmurUii' it j ii.iii.
First and Only Appearance in this
Cltyol the World-famous
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDERFUL
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Original Eiuprt-Currloiilum.
The Largest and Best School of Ed
ucated Hordes. For the Pant Ten
Yearn "A Popular nnd Fashionable
Succet-s'' Iu nil the largest oitlo of
&!&- Prlcen: Evening' fit) Cts Be
nerved Seats, 1 00 Matinee Adults,
ro Cts. Children, J Cts. CuJ tf
,L. : -'-..: v r' frl.r aL LjfeA''k U .'! a:i.a.. ls ''Jto-j .i, U .k.;.4J'"jAfciiJiB
Celebrated for Its grcnt leavening strength
and licaltufuliietg. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. HorAL H.vKlNU Vow
unit Co , New Voiik.
greets you on overy hand in our
store. That's tho sort of greet
ing that forces its way between
tbo chinks of your pocket book,
nnd filters in through again into
the corner of your heait.
Druggists are supposed to mako
1000 por cent, profit on their
goods. Wo arc willing to divide
this with our customers. You
will get tbo largor share. Why
not get some of this piofit in
your buying of drug .store goods?
Hobron Drug Co.
Fort and King.
Think Of It!
A powerful, odorless, con
venient and positive disinfec
tant at 5c. a gallon.
You cannot afford to run the
risk of contracting sickness by
neglecting this most important
practise of keeping tho air
pure in and about tho houBe.
Pour a few gallons down
tho spwer nnd experience a
wonderful oifuet. ' t, ,
Hollister Drug Go.
Auction Sates by W. S. Luce.
On THUKSDAY, March 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
On account of Intended departure of
MRS. BROWN, I shall eeil at her
Ilealdeuce, corrnr Alnkea aud Hotid
street, the Entire Household Fur
niture, coutdatliiK of
Handsome Parlor Furniture,
of Carved aud Inlaid Mahogany,
duo Clmlrs and Table,
Upholstered Sofas & Chairs,
Handsome Parlor Lamps,
Rugs, Eugravlng, Lace Curtains,
Large Mirror with Koa Stand,
B. W. Marble-top Sideboard.
B. W. Extension Dining Table.
B. W. Dining Chalre,
2 Extremely Handsome Break
fast, Dinner and Tea Sets,
.One Grand White and Uold Tea Set,
Louugo, Glassware, Crockery aud
Carved B. W. Bedroom Suite,
Oak Bedroom 8ulte,
Pino Bedroom Bet,
Wardrobes, etc., etc.,
Stove, MeatStfe, Ice Chest,
0 Tills sale give a rare chance
to the publlo to obtain at public auc
tion Handsome, Well-preserved and
W. S. LUCEV
After date I will not be responsible
for any ucbta contracted In my uatnu.
Mate of Jas. Makee.
Honolulu, March 0, 1S07. 550-3t
1000 Cartloads of Good Soil. All or
part to bo furnished within six moutb?.
Tenders mall "P. O. Box. 408."
AND STILL ANOTHER
Big v Reduction v Sale
A Discount of 75 Per Cent, and More!
From March 8th to 13th inclusive,
THCtG FOLLOWING :
Nuns Veilings from 5c. up.
Cashmeres reduced 75 percent or more.
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.
All $1 Goods sold at 25c, .
M 10-EORT STREET STORE-No. 10
B2T This Snlo will positively-close March 18, 1897. $X
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT '
N. S. SACHS!
520 Fort Street : X-lonolulu
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed jVEuslins, '
Grenadines, Homespun, Litzens,
An entire new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck "Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars nnd Cufl's.
The !New 33oler6 Jackets?
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White,
USTow Tlibbons ! N"ow Trimmings 1
SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE
White and Brown Cottons
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! '
10 Yards $1.00, formerly 7 Yards $1.00
11 Yards $1.00, formerly 8 Yards $1.00
12 Yards $1 00, formerly 9 Yards $.100
16 Yards $1.00, formerly 12 Yards $1.00
FAR WELL COTTONS 14 Yards $1.00, formerly
10 Yards $I.OO.
For 1 ArVeelx. Oxilyv.
AT THE -1
Fort Street, Honolulu.
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