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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 13, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Prof. Bristol is lcgiatoiccl nt tlio
t Company H. will hold an oleo
tiou for captain on Monday wook.
C. R. Blacow o Ilnmakua ia in
tho city, stopping at tlio Arling
ton. Bed Men will not forgot tho
meeting for reorganization of their
ordor this evening.
Deputy Attornoy - Gonoral E.
P. Dole has returned from Hilo.
Ho is registered at tho Hawaiian
J. B. Wilson and wifo are in
tho city from Hilo and are mak
ing their headquarters at tho Ha
Tho band does not play at Em
ma Bciuaro this afternoon. It will
i bo at tho Japaueso Bazaar from 3
y to 5:30.
fi(j Gilbert P. Little, tho Hilo at-
o tornoy, and V. M. Pulsher, tho
' Olaa colTeo man, aro at tho
J. Comacho will servo up chick
en curry ami rico at tho Now
Market restaurant tomorrow 11
a m to 2 p m.
Tho Slunford University Glee
Club will not como to Honolulu.
They want the earth iustoad of a
fow ily specks.
Tho funeral of William H. In
man, who died of paralysis yester
day, takes placo from tho family
rosidenco this afternoon.
It is expected that Pred J.
Goldsworthy, for a long time
bookkoopei for Lewis it Co., will
shortly pay a visit to this city.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in great demand. L. 13.
Kerr has a choice lot, which he is
selling at lowest possible rates.
Tho Bible class begun at tho
Y. M. 0. A. last Sunday will have
its meeting tomorrow at '1 o'clock.
Any young man is invited to at
tend. H. F. Wiohmau has resumed
his popular watch buying clubs.
Now is tho time to get a hand
some gold ticker on bettor torras
The Japanoso Bazaar com
meuces at 3 o'olookthis aftornoon.
Tho admission tickets aro 50 and
25 cents, which include admission
to the play.
Tho rain somewhat interfered
with tho arrangements for the
Japauoso Bazaar but at 11 o'clock
everything was promised to bo in
rendiness for the opening at 3
At the Central Union church
tomorrow evening there will bo a
spooial praiso service with extra
music. Bev. D. P. Birnie will
take for his topic on tho occasion
"TheBenowal of the Holy Spirit."
Krongor Piauo8,8weotest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Waiorooms ut
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. 83"" Tele
B.ev. J. M. Monroe will speak
at the Y. M. 0. A. gospot meeting
Sunday ovening at 0:30 o'clock.
Subject, "Aro You Beady for His
Coming ?" Matt. 24:30-42. This
meeting is for young mon espe
cially, but anyone will be hoartily
Prof. Bristol's hcadquartois at
the McGrow lot on the corner of
Alakca and Borotania stroets are
tho center of attraction for tho
small boy now. An admiring
row of youngsters waB perched on
the fence alltho morning, watch
ing tho noises being groomed and
Captain Camara ontortained the
members of Company O at tho
drill shed last ovening as a fare
well to tho National Guard of
which ho will shortly ho an ox
inombor. Aftor tho banquet
speeches in eulogy of Contain
Camara woro mado by Colonel
Fisher, Majors Jones and MoLeod,
Captain Silva and others.
Schilling's Best baking
powder is only a little bet
ter than two or three others;
blit Schilling's Best tea is
twice as good as usual tea.
In either case, your gro
cer returns your money in
full ifyou'd rather have
Tenuis supplies aro advertised
by tho Golden Bule Bazaar.
Bead what W. W. Dimond has
to say about glassware and crock
Hawaii's Young People will bo
published on Monday, and J. M.
Webb of tho Golden Bule Bpzoar
is tho solo agent.
By tho Alameda Arthur Harri
son recoived a fine new derrick
for use in hoisting stono on tho
Piro station building.
The Templo of Pasliion 10c salo
begins today. Dimities, lawns,
musljus and percales are the at
tractions offered and the prico
will be 10a tho yard; tho salo will
run one week only.
Geo. O. Bcckloy is giving a luau,
in honor of tho raising of his big
presentation Hawaiian Hag, at tho
site of his projected new dwelling
on Punchbowl slopes. Tho Hug
was hoisted at noon.
A prominent and pulling mem
ber of tho Uealaui Yacht and
Boat club said if tho My l ties got
a now racing Bholl his club would
havo to follow suit. The four
oared sholls the two clubs havo
now aro idontical.
If you want absoluto perfection
in Befrigerators, go to the Pacific
Hardwaro Co.. for tho "Hygienic"
It obviates all defects found in
old styles, and embodies improve
ments and virtuos possessed by
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany havo recoived tho '97
Tiibunos for both ladies ami
gonts. They aro boauties. Thoy
also advertise the Stormer and
Zimmy wheels and invito inspec
tion of their largo stock of wheol
With a largo lot of goods just
recoived by tho Australia and
Amy Turner, tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorite Universal Stoves and
Bangcs. Some sizes wore sold as
soon as set up, but another sup
ply has boen ordored.
Twenty prisoners, comprising
uinetoon males and one fomale, of
different nationalities woro
brought up by the Kinau this
morning under soutenco fiom the
Hilo Circuit Court for various
terms. One insane woman was
also brought along at tho samo
P. Clifford Rhodes has takon
the Mountain Bolrent in Nuuuuu
Vnllov. built for a Riunmnr lflsi-
donco by tho late John T. Water-
linnnn km n .. . 1 ....11 n.m.m t nn ..
iiuuDi-, kji., uuu tun ujini lb un u
sanitarium at tho begiuuing of
next mouth. It will bo in chargo,
raodicallv. of a local nhvsician.
The situation is highly salubrious.
A hoi so inn away with a brake
a little boforo noon, the driver
having no hold of the linos. The
runaway crossed Union square
and toro down King street at a
terrific rate. A3 watchors waited
with bated breath for a fearful ao
cidont, thero being a numbor of
heavy and light vehicles in the
lino of run, the hoisc suddenly
stopped ut Alakca street and its
driver jumping out secured tho
Sirs. Jones Mr. Higbee is better, is
Mrs. Higboo Oh, yes. So much so
Mint tlio doctors lmo beLonio alanaod.
At Mnkce laUiul,
Tlio following is tho program
for tho band coucort at Makeo
Island tomorrow aftornoon, com
mencing nt 3 o'clook:
Overture J nbl Flowtow
ClioruS Tnmibiiiisor Wagner
Gloria Twelfth Man Mozart
Reminiscences of All Nations Godfrey
Cornet Solo Remembrance of Liberty..
, , .Caaejr
.Mr. CbarU'3 Kreutcr.
Bi lection llirnld Angeles Meyer
r'nntosla Nlj;litlii).'nle ami i rof
Celcbritcd for Its prcat leavening strength
mid Iicnlthlulneta. AMiirun tlio food ugnlnst
Mum ami all forma of adulteration common
to tlimhinp brands. Uutal IlAKlso Tow
linn Co , New Yoiik.
Friendly invitations; friendly
talk. Friendly 11101 cliandisc
and tho koy-noto of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Fiiendly
friends of the storo m:ko this
possible, pleasant. It .purs us
to biouder and better and nioro
Our cash plnn is another
advantage to the customer with
money in hand. Wo give n
great big discount of 10 per cent.
This brings tlio cost of your
puichascs light down to sub
bottom, and you can afford to
get anything that we havo in
Hobron Drug Co.
King As Foit.
The March manlier of this Journal
for tliu Students of th Puhlic HeliouN
will be on mix ut tlio Goran:-.- Hum:
BAZAAU on MONDAY NEXT It
will lio full of Interoatliii: Article-.
Short Hlorlee , Poem, etc J. M. WEBU,
A lrUl.U LINE Of
1897 Tennis Balls,
Counters, Etc., Etc, Etc
Itecelviil Kx "Alitmeila."
No. 306 Fort Street.
Election of Officers.
At tlio Aunttal Meeting of Stock
holders of the Inter-Inland SUara
Navigation Comptiuv. L'iI, held this
day, the following Olllccrs and Direc
tors were olected for tho euhiilngyear:
W. B. Godfrey President
J. Kna Vice President
N. E Gedge riecretary
J. L McLean Treasurer
1" W. Ilobrou Auditor
W. B. Godfrey, J. Kna, G. N. WIN
eox. A. 8. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
Fs A. tichaefer, E. Bulir.
N. E. GEDGE,
Secretary 1. 1. S N. Co., LM.
Honolulu, H. I. March 9, 1807.
210 King strcot.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Spring exhibitions of art aro
hold the world over why tint,
silver, glnsswnro or crockery?
The advantage in most presents
is in tho fnct that tlioy answer
for any season in tlio year. A
Christmas present of cut glass
would do as wolf for a birth
day in July. Our goods aro
Dorilinger's cut glass, tho
best in the world, because tho
cuttings arc perfect and tho de
signs unique. Best for the pur
chaser becauso tho price is low.
Best for tho homo becauso it
is useful and decorative.
Our silverware is tho samo
sort you buy of exclusive
dealers in silverwnrc. Tho
weight is the same, the designs
aro the most modern and ele
gant, and tho prico is tho same
as you pay to tho dealer in San
Francisco. Ours is raado by
tho Whiting Manufacturing
Company, and has no superior.
The pieces includo everything
to ho found in a silversmith's.
In crockery this is tho help
fullest of stores. Make tho most
of it. Its every day selling is a
series of agreeable surprises to
China lovers. "Genuine French
China, Royal Worcester,
Crown Derby nnd Coal Port
go to you for what thoy nro
worth nothing better for wed
Our stock of lamps is tho
largest and tho assortment tho
best in Honolulu some for oil
and others for electricity.
Von Holt Block.
THIS WEEK . . .
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
Froni 5 Cents Up !
From 5 Cents
From 5 Cents TJvp !
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
A.t 12 1--2 Cents per Garment.
FOR ONE - WEEK ONLY
gigy These Undervests aro Unbleached Ribbed Garments and ara im- '
?orted direct from tho factory. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozen),
am able to ofl'er them to Honolulu ladies at the ridiculous prices quoted above.
No. 10-EOET STREET STOEE-No. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : .Honolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed VEusIiris,
Grezzadities, Homespun, Linens,
An entiro new lino in Stripes, Plaids, Chocks, Pin Spots, etc,'
Latest in ISTeck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cufl3.
The ISTe-vv Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, m Black and White.
INo-vy Hibbons ! USTow Trimmings I
THAT . . -
10c. -:- Counter
f MM! Off H&SBION-
Will bo loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 "Week Only.
t. Tho Newest and Freshost Line in tho City is
from SB;2.00 to
of All Colors
1 - 4 Cents oev G
oOc. per Pah,v
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