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EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOII 10, 18U7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar M.'iu - uo change.
Baud ooncort at Thomas squaro
this ovoniug at 7:30.
This is tho regular mooting day
of tho Board o Health.
A orocodilo takes eighty seconds
to turn completely round.
British Commissioner A. Q. S.
Hnwes has roturnod from Iub trip
Thoro will be a mooting of tho
St. Louis Literary Society thiB
evoning at 7 o'clock.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 154 Fort Btreot,
from $1.00 per week up.
Tho government band will play
at tho Executive building this af
ternoon, commencing at 4:30.
Dr. O. B. HiL'li. dontist, era.
i . ti i.iii.s 1A....1..1 r.
auato x'uuaueipmu iemm
lego, 1892. Masonic Temple.
Naturalist E. O. L. Perkins left
for homo on yostorday'a steamer
after a visit of several mouths.
A visit to the Japanese bazaar
will be tho correct thing for oithor
Saturday afternoon dr evening.
King Bros, have just filled an
order for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
'A native boy about 18 yoars of
ago was brought to the police
Btntion about 1 o'clock to be ex
amiued us to his sanity.
Mr. und Mrs. H. A. Isenborg
camo down on tho China. A
largo numbor of friends woro nt
the wharf to oxtond their con
gratulations. Judgo do la Vorgno decided
this morning that Miss Santos
was not guuty oi stealing o.svj
from Mrs. Larson and ordered
Auctioneer Morgan was kopt
busy today in disposing of tho
stock of dry goods, otc, belong
ing to M. S. Lovy. Tho sale
will go on again tomorrow.
The concert and dinnor at tho
Hawaiian hotel last night drew a
large number of people to Hint
popular hostelry, many of whom
indulged in dauciug on the Bpa
At the recent meetiug of tho
Hawaiian Coffeo Planters' Asso
ciation at Hilo, it was resolved to
form a stock company with a capi
ta of S10.000 to erect a coffeo
Professor Bristol and his train
ed horseB will bo horo on tho Ala
meda tomorrow. Tho horses are
trained to walk off tho steamer at
tho word of command and there is
no trouble in getting thorn on
Owing to tho signs of excite
ment umoug the Japanese in qua
rantino about 8 o'clock last night
Superintendent McVeigh tole-
TihonRd for auuitionai nein in
cuardint! them. Ion
woro sent over under command of
The trial of Captain McNeill of
thoS. G. Wilder for oruolty to
animalB beforo Judge do la
Vorgno this morniug resulted in
hiB discharge. Tho alloged oruol
ty was based on injuries received
by two horses aboard the S. G.
Wilder on voyage from San
noiice nro looking
looking for a
half-whito native boy who has
been amusing himself with in
disorimiuate sliootiug with a par
lor riflo. Ouo ot tho bullets
passed within an inch or two of
tho head of a native woman who
was eitting on her porch at Ka
kanko, imbedding itself in a poBt.
Of tho Secretary Diso Plow one
of tho most auccoBBful plantation
mauagors writes the Pacific Hard
ware Co.: "I have delayed writing
70U about tho work of the Secre
tary Disc Plow, until I satisfied
myself in regard to its proper
working. I "am busy
plowing a field with it now, ond it
is doing fine work, and I hope for
good results from tho thorough
plowing it is receiving."
If the maker pays the gro
cer to money -back Schil
to4a a4 tplce
do you think he knows his
business or not?
Mrs, Allan Horbort nrrived on '
the China (his afternoon.
Tho Gillig party leave on tho
AiiHtnilia this afternoon.
T. W. liobrou and wifo leave
for tho States this uttornoon.
Count Korgorlay is among do
parting pauBeiigorB by tho steam
or this aftornoon.
Kov. C. B. Sumnor and daugh
ter loavo for their homo in South
ern California by tho Australia.
President McKiuloy's inaugural
message makes no montion of
Hawaiian affairs or tho Recipro
Four Chinese gamblers aud two
Chinese chofa poddlorB woro
given tho usual fines in tho
police court this morning.
Bov. M. O. Harris, IX D., pres
iding oldor of tho Mothodist Epis
copal work in these islands, arriv
ed in tho China and will bo horo
At last meeting of tho Scottish
Thistle Club a preliminary sub
scription list for u building fund
wob opened and 81300 was sub
scribed right away.
In the District Court this morn
ing tho hearing of tho case against
Shimizu and Gallagher for an
alloged violation of tho immigra
tion laws was continued till the
Rev. Joseph H. Smith, evangel
ist, haB arrived in the steamer
China, and will conduct evangel
istic services in tho Methodist
church. Ho will attend tho wcok
ly piayor meetiug this evening
aud doliver a Bhort address.
At 10 o'clock tomorrow W. S.
Luce will sell at Mrs. Brown's
residence, Alokoa and Hotel
streets, tho entiro household
effects. The furnituro is now and
elegant. Whoever shareB in its
distribution on this occasion will
carry home prizes, most assured
ly. Scan tho advertised list of
HONOLULU CIIUKAI. SOCIETY.
OrgKiilicd at I.nrite Meeting orMnger
Ministor H. E. Cooper's oflbrts
to form a choral sooiety woro at
length crowned with success last
night. Thero was an attendance
of GO or 70 vocalists, who organ
ized tho Honolulu Choral Society
with tho following officers:
H. E. Coopor, prcsidout;
W. O. Atwater, vice president;
A. St. M. Muckinto3h,socrotary;
Miss Murgarot Hopper, trea
suiei; Isaac Sherwood, librariau.
Good practise was had. There
will be practiso every Tuesday
evening at the High bchool build
ing, i nose wining to join wuo
could not be thero last night are
invited to attend next week, when
all who have joined aro especially
oxuecleu to he present. It is
hoped to give tho first public con
cert in six weeks.
These aro days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in tho Eepublio of Hawaii, and it
ib time that our citizens came to a
mutual undorstandingvon soveral
important issues. The prospoctB
for Annexation appear at presont
vague and indistinct, and our
dustinv cannot bo forotold with
cortainty. Thoro aro thoso, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hope
of a return to the old order of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded othorwiso, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to tho
most hopoful disciples of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunately, in
tho midst of all this uucortaiuty
thero is solaco in the fact that
Buffalo Boer has camo to stay and
that pntrous of all sorts and
opinions may oqually share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. AVe are
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will continue to be dispens
ed ob heretofore at tho ltoyal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. Singers load tho world. Over
18,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity or motion,
ease ot motion, great spoon, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convonionco of ar
rangement. B. Bergorsen, agent,
1GJ Bethel streets.
Celebrated for Its Rrent leavening atrcnctli
and kciiUlifulneo. Assure tue food against
alum and nil forms of ndiiltrrntlon common
to ttio cheap brands. ItorAL Uakino l'ow
riEii Co , New Yoiik.
greets you on every hand in our
store. That's the sort of greet
ing that forces its way between
tho chinks of your pockot book,
and filters in through again into
tho corner of your heart.
Druggists are supposed to niako
1000 por cent, profit on thoir
goods. We are willing to divido
this with our customers. You
will get tho larger share Why
not get some of this profit 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 nt 5c. a gallon.
You cannot afford to run the
mk of contracting sickness by
neglecting this most important
practise of keeping tho air
puro in and about tho houso.
Pour a few gallons down
tho sowor and exporienco a
Hollister Drug Go.
Auction Salt by II'. S. Faicc.
.A. I .Auction.
TO-MORROW, March 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
On account of intended denarturo of
MRS. DROWN, I shall null at her
Reulriencp, corner Alakea and Hotel
streets, the Ktitiro Household Fur
niture, consisting of
Handsome Parlor Furniture,
of Carved and Inlaid Mahogany,
Guue Chairs and Tables,
Upholstered Sofas & Chairs,
Handsome Parlor Lamps,
Rugs, Engruvlngs, Lace Curtains,
Large Mirror with Koa Stand,
j.1. ,. iuniuii:-iui omcmmMi.
B. W. KxteUMlnn Dining Table.
B. W. Dining Chairs,
2 Extremely Handsome Break
fast, Dinner and Tea Sets,
One Grand White and GoldTen Set,
Lounge, Glassware, Crockery aud
Carved B. W. Bedroom Suite,
Oak Bedroom Suite,
Pine Bedroom Set,
Wardrobes, etc., etc.,
Stove, Meat S ife, Ice Chest,
SW Thl sale gives a rare chance
to tho public to obtain at public auc
tion Hnmhotne, Well-preserved aud
W. S. LUCE,
All accounts ot THREE mouths or
longer standing, will bo placed iu tho
hands ot our attorney lor collection
unless Immediate settlement is made.
552 15t J. J. EQAN.
NOTARY FDBLIC ant TYPEWRITER
Offick: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear oi J. O. Carter' office. P. O.
AND STILL ANOTHER
Big v Reduction v Sale
A Discount of 75 Per Cent, and More !
From March 8th to 13th inclusive,
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
No. 10-EOBT STREET STOBETSTo. 10
53?- This Sale will positively close March 13, 18D7. J&X
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street ; I-lonolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusIiiis,
Greiiaditzes, Homespun, Linens,
An entiro new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in ISTeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The New 33olero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, m Black and White.
USTow Ribbons I INTcw Trimmin'gs 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 $1.00.
3F"o:r 1 "WeelL Only.
IP MIP&B 1 BMHEON,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
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