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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 11, 181)7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Co. A fa Bummouod out to drill
This 1b tho ropnlar meotirig day
of tho Board of Education.
B. C. Spnlding is in tho city.
Mrs. Spalding leaves for tho
Captain Fernandez is now in
chargo of tho polioo at tho quar
Another concert is to bo given
by tho government baud at
Thomas square this ovening.
The Alameda is duo tomorrow.
There is very little likolihood of
tho Australian murdoror being on
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail steam
er for L. B. Korr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale pricos.
An effort is being made to ro-
orcauizo tho order of Bed Men.
Tho call for a meeting with that
end in view appears olsowhoro.
Purifiiiois-a patent and cheap
disinfectant which ovorybody
should use. It is sold in quanti
ties to suit by tho Hollistor Drug
James MoCandlosB has struck
viator in Waipio gulch on tho now
Uahu plantation at a depth of 100
feet. Boring will still bo contin
ued. . Tho Hawaiian Tennis Associa
tion will ondeavor to bold a meet
ing thiB afternoon at 4 o clock if
enough of tho delegates can bo got
Rev. Joseph H. Smith, who
catno down on tho China yester
day, will commonco a sories of re
vival meetiilgs at tho Methodist
church at 7:80 this evoning.
A deed has been recordod show
ing tho transfer from Elizabeth
K. Wilder for Samuol G. Wilder
of certain premises on Judd street
for tho consideiution of $10,000.
A. F. -Cooke aud wife have
deeded to thoIIuwaiianEvangoli
cal Association two pieces of laud
on the cornor of Punchbowl and
-'Hookii streots, subject to a moit
gagoof2500. Jordan's woolon dress goodB
' sale is proving qnito as popular as
his silk and laco slaughter salo
did. A reduction of 75 per cent,
or mora is offered down his ontiro
lino of theso standard goods.
Joseph Marsdon has bought a
lot on Punchbowl hill from W.
H. McGregor, which IpiuIb color
to tho rumor thnt tho genial Com
missioner of Agriculture is going
to got married und settle down.
Tho Healani Boat Club will
give their third monthly dance at
tho boathouso, Friday, March 1SL
TickotH may bo had of Frcxl. Oat,
V. E. Wall and A. O. Wall. Tho
iloor is iu first class condition for
Kroogor Pianos,sweotest iu tone,
Jas.YY". Bergstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooms at
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fico, at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. 8S Tolo
phoue 347. .
A big surprise party was
given to Mr. aud Mrs. Murphy of
Boston at Wright's Villa last
night. Tho lanai was boautifully
decorated for the occasion, and the
evening was enjoyably spent with
music and dancing.
Priutodjducks aro just as good,
if not better than anything "else
for boyB' shirt waists. They wash
aud woar well, two very important
considerations. Kerr has (hem in
a largo variety of patterns at eight
yards for ouo dollar.
On Saturday tho Temple of
Fashion will put a now stock of
lawns, musliusj dimities uud
porcalos on their lOo counters.
This stock is guaranteed tho
newest and freshest on tho Hono
lulu maikot, and they aro all
marked 10c Seo their now, ad,
The way ,i to introduce
a good thing that people
really want is to money
Schillings Best t
hiVlnjr f owdtr
aua f ices
v for example.
Till: Altl.lMflTON IIMH'IC.
All InqiiMllvo 1'nlillr niul nil lnrni
Thos. R. Lucas must got on tho
roof of tho Arlington block if ho
would got clear of questions about
tho job ho iB superintending on
that building. "How did you keep
tho top story from tumbling down
whon tho men tore out tho front ?"
is tho most common query. John
Hassingor had to como along ycB
terday afternoon with a joke, pro
bably instigated by tho recollec
tion of a masonic banquet at the
Arlington bouio years ago. 'Ho
said tho building needed, to bo
enlarged besides having glass
store fronts put in. "Just
givo tho back of it a coat of rubbor
paint and thou stretch it out." Tho
work is going ahead liko a house
afire ana Tom kindly leaves a lit
tlo of tho street for public traffic
Tonants of tho stores that aro get
ting glass fionts are attending to
thoir business as usual, being pro
toctod from tho dust by tempora
ry partitions. In a fow days tho
stores will mako that section of
Hotol street gliston with a metro
politan air. Tho block belongs to
tho Browor Estate of Boston and
was only erected a few years ago.
Talking about tho inquisitive pub
lic, the proprietor of tho billiard
rooms, at tho hotol entranco end,
has put up a sign to save his
clerk's jaws. It rertHs something
liko this: "No, this front is not
to bo taken out."
Ilaunllnu Horn People Wlio.c Fur
rnl art I'orclgn.
Through tho courtesy pf Air.
Atkinson, Commissioner of Census,
tho following tablo is presented.
It givcB tho nationality and sex of
thoso born on tbolslauds, whoso
both parents aro foreigners. This
class of Hawaii's population is
mnro numerous thau probably
most ppoplo would have supposed:
NatioLnlities Milos. Females Totals.
AVnorican -101 419 820
British 352 3G0 712
Germans 252 268 520
Frouoh 10 1G 26
Norwegians.... 71 91 162
Portuguese.... 3.60G 3,353 6.959
Japanese 1,054 1,024 2,078
Chinotfo 1,204 1,030 2,234
S.S. Islanders. 21 25 46
Other National- , '
ities 87 8!) 17G
7,058 6,675 13,733
Milling ill ilia :iili.
A largo nuinbor of people wero
at tho wharf to soo tho China do
part. Pilot Macaulay took tho
vonsel out at 2 o'clock sliarp. Miss
Helen Wilder, who loaves on a
throe mouths' trip to tho Orient,
was tho center of a largo circlo of
friends and lolativos who had
loiulod hor down with llowors ami
leis. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of
Boston, who have been stopping
at AVright's villa for tho past
three months, woro among tho
passengers. They, wero also cov
ered with iloral tributes from tho
many friouds thoy rnndeioro.
Police Court Matlt-r.
Judge do la "YYrgno mado short
work of thiB morning's calendar
in the police court.
Akaole was fined $2 for drunk
enness. On a plea of guilty of assault
ing ono of his countrymen Kau
laua rocoived a fino of $5 aud
. Chock Pan, a notorious vagrant,
was givon six months at hard lab
or, for boing found iu a Japauoso
house without lawful oxcuso.
Luu Moon changed his former
plea of not guilty of opium in pos.
Bossion to guilty and was fined $50
IX THE HANDS OF HKGUr.AIJS.
XHWrOItT, Idaho. A bund of
masked regulars went to the house of
C. W. Ilcddlck, uclzed and dragged him
outside, where they gave him a ter
rible beating with horsewhips. The
nllegcd offense on the part of Reddlck
wns thnt hu absolutely ref uird to (
drink any but Italnler Beer, and gave
ns a reason that the others were In
ferior. On tnp or in bottles nt the
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, maniiger. If you want n
hack with irood horso and enro-
or, ring up Telephone 11 3,
of Fort mul Merchnnt
Ureots. Huojc at all hours.
Celebrated for IU (front U'nvcnlftg strength
and ucaUlifulnetB. Assiirct ttic food ngalnut
a)tim anil all form of adulteration common
to tho clu-ap brand. ltutAl. IUkino Ton
lieu Co , New Yoiik.
greets you on every linnd in our
store. That's the sort of greet
ing that forces its way between
tho chinks of your pocket book,
and filters in through again into
tho corner of your heart.
Druggists arc supposed to make
1000 per cent, profit on their
goods. Wc nro willing to divide
this with our customers. You
will get tho larger share. Why
not get some of thin profit in
your buying of diug storo goods?
Hobron Drug Co.
Fort and King.
Cor. Beretauln und Aluken Hit.
Commencing MONDAY, March 15th.
I'niiillj Minium Niiliiiduj' nt :i ii.iii.
First and Only Appearance in this
City or tlio WorM-famoua
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDHUHJL
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Original Eijuei-Currlriiluni.
The Largest uml Hf-sl Sfhool of K
tliatnl Hores. For tlm Pat Ten
Years "A Popular and Fashionable
SucecKs" In :U1 tlm Iutgt-4 cities of
Jfflf" Prlcw: Evening 60 Cts. He
served Seats, $i (HI Matinee Adults,
50 Of. Children, 25 Cts. 651 tf
Election of Officers.
At tile Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of iliq Inter Island Steam
Navigation Company. L'd, held this
day, the following Otllcc-ra aud Direc
tors were elected for tlio untitling year:
W. B. GoJIrey President
J. Eoa ....... Vlut I'nMdent
N. E Gedgo V. . Secretary
J. L. MoLpau Treasurer
T-W. Hobrou Auditor
W. H. Godfrey, J. Etm, G. N. WIN
vox, A. 8. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
F. A. Schaefer, E. Suhr.
N. E. GEDQE,
Secretary I. I. S N. Co., i.'d.
Honolulu, H I Maroh 0, 1807.
All interested in the reorginlzatlon
ofaTrlbo of tlio Improved Order of
lied Meu aie respectfully reiiuled to
attend a meeting to be held in K. of 1'.
Hall, Fort street, at 7:30 p. m.
SATURDAY, March 13, lb!7.
J F. EOKAItDT,
A. V. GEAR. '
Attention, Company A.
Akmouv Company A., N.O. n., 1
U Ho-iomjuj, Murch U, 1897. J
AKvory Member of this Command Is
horooy ordered to report at the Drill
Bhert THIB (Thursday) EVENING,
March 11, at 7:."t0 o'clock, for
White trouseM, lcgfiingii. In-lt and rillo.
533-It Captain Cowmudlug,
- - OF - -
A Special !Brcw !
MZ III! IW I I
Bottled by tho Enterprise Brow
ing Co. of San FranciBco, spo
ciully for Export.
The Merchants' Exohange
is tho only Saloon in town whoio
this Special Brand is sold. The
25c. xoer JBottle.
JW Bee licet, this beor is
Bottlod in Sun Francisco. All
the latest Bottling Appliances are
used. One bottle will convinco
Nuuanu and King Streets.
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllccs and Stores fitted up and
Estimates Klrcn on
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
1ST Ofllce nnd Shop: No. 619 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's CarrlaRe BUop.
AND STILL ANOTHER
Big v Reduction v Sale
A Discount of 75 Per Cent, and More !
From Wlarch 8th to 13th Inclusive,
THEE BX3LLOWIlSra :
Nuns Veilings from 5c. up.
Cashmeres reduced 75 percent or more.
Scotcli Plaids and Beiges reduced 75 percent
tfcress 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
lo. 10-EOET STREET STOEB-.10
3F' This Salo will positively close March It), 1897. 45
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS' .
rk Tji i. ai i. . n !-i--i-
520 Fort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
pancy Organdies, Printec jVEusIiiis,
Grenadines, Homespun, Linens,
An entire now lino in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck "Wear,
Now Inchitigs, Latest Collars and Cufl's.
The 3STew 33olero "Jackets
In Jet and Lace, m Black and White.
ISTew "Ribbons ! New Trimrnincs !
"-L" JnL' 3L "J" tt
10c. -:- Counter
Will bo loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 Week Only.
( t?- Tho Newest and Freshest Line m tho City is
j7023CLjplO Of T?GLtSJOL01DL9
Fort .Street, Honolulu.
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