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EVENING BULLETIN, JUROH 17, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Moonlight coucert at Makeo IbI
aud this evening.
( Tho( Oommissionors of Educa
tion will moot at 2:30 tomorrow af
ternoon. Senator and Mrs. "W. H. llico
and Miss Rico loft for Kauai last
Mntinco at tlio Horso Show this
afternoon. Evening performance
Tho Mounted Reserve meets this
evening for drill on tho Makiki
Hay Wodohouso has gone to
Maui to spond a few day's with
tho Von Tempskys.
Tho Board of Health has two
wooks' business on hand for this
W. W.Hall will forward through
ibo'Wmerican Board all contribu
tilonjs to tho Indian fainiuo relief
' The usual baud concort wiUbo
sivon at tho Executive building
nOv this afternoon at 1:30, and tho
ladies will pluy tenuis across tho
Georgo Waterhouso, Harry
Mist and Dr. Nichols havo been
elected delegates to tho Hawaiian
Tennis Association from tho Val
ley Tonnis Olub.
Mr. Adams was tho ouly pas
senger for Honolulu in tho S. S.
Mount Lobanon. L. Kady and
0. A. Burbank, two young mon,
aro going to tho Orient.
James Campbell has deeded to
tho Ministor of tho Interior cer
tain strips of land needed for wid
ening Fort and Queen streets for
tho consideration of $2096.
Editor Porter, tho new Presi
dent's now secretary, is described
I as a tall and graceful man, with a
winning smiio ami a iieariy laugu.
Ho is witty, friendly ana genor
ous. Hon. J. A. Cummins is enter
taining his many frionds at his
hospitable homo today, tho occa
sion boing his birthday. Tho
Hawaiian National Band hits
been engaged for the day
" MoKinloy will bo tho third
Mothodist Prcsidont of the United
States. Of tho others oight havo
-' been Episcopalians, six Presby
terians, two Unitarians, one
"Christian" and ono Freethinker.
At tho Honolulu Iron Works this
morning, fire was started under tho
bigtauk for cooking asphaltumTho
work of dipping pipo will com
menc.o this afternoon as soon as
tho asphaltuui is sufficiently cook
ed. Tho Japauoso at tho Quarantine
station aro not in quarantine.
They aro in custody of tho Mar
shal ponding the decision of tho
Supremo Court and merely kept
at tho station for convenience and
The Priucess Louisa, Mar
chioness of Lorno, objects to hor
portraits being sold or repro
duced. A beautiful photograph
of hor was peremptorily with
drawn from circulation soma
Thoro was a moderate turnout
of members of Co. B last night,
and a good drill was had. Many
new men aro being taken into tho
compuuy. Privates Ewing, Far
mer and Cummins havo beou pro
moted to the rank of corporal.
With a largo lot of goods juBt
received by tho Australia and
Amy Tumor, tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorite Univorsal Stoves and
Ranges. Soma sizos wero sold as
soon as set up, but another sup
ply has been ordered.,
Tho largest heathen toraple iu
the world is iu Seringapatam, and
it comprises a square, oach side
boing ono milo iu length,
iusiiio of which are six other
squares. The walls are 25 feet
high and 5 feet think, and tho hall
whoro pilgrims cougjogato is
supported by 1000 pillars, oach
cut from a smglo blook of stono.
are goe4J of course, if they
are reaHy moncy-&ack.
Ask your grocer for Schil
Thoro was another big crowd at
Bristol's Horso Show last night.
"Pentecostal meetings at Me
thodist church at 2:30 and 7:30
Julius Hotina offors a reward
of $25 for detection of tho shooter
of fandy pigoons belonging to his
King Bros, havo just received a
now lot of tissue paper, window
poloB, sash rods, artists' matorials,
pioturo frames, etc.
E. R. Hendry has been oleoted
socrotary of Harmony Lodge No.
3, 1. O. O. F., to-'fill- tho vacancy
causod by G. A. Turner's romoval
Goorgo Martin, ono of tho
"cracks" of the local whoolmen,
expects to recoivo a now Tribune
'97 racor from tho Coast by tho
Tho Supromo Court decision iu
the Japancso casoa. seems to meet
with general approval, but thoro
aro soma who -insist that tho Japs
will never be deported.
Tho Pacific Hard waro Company
has ono of its windows filled with
specimens of clay modeling, tho
handiwork of a class at tho Kamo
hameha Girls' School taught by
Sarah L. Nowcomb.
Tho telophono company has a
forco of mon at work on Mer
chant streot stringing a heavy
cable on tho tall poles recontly
put up. Each cable contains 101
wires and is itself -supported by a
WAICMMi TO II I CYCLISTS.
Our I'nrcitl Who Till ilka Prilcalrlmia
llnvo Soino liltflila,
Enrroit Bulletin: Yeslorday
morning as my daughtor was
leaving a car opposito tho Wall
rosideuco on Borotania streot she
was run into by a bioyclo riddou
by a young lady attending school
at Punahou, who was making fust
Tho collision was within a
hairbreadth of being a violent ono
which would undoubtedly have
had serious results as it was, my
girl was slightly hurt in tho hand
and hor books wore thrown into
Tho young "lady" did not have
tho decency to turn baok to ascer
tain tho damage she had caused,
and this is what is most exasperat
ing. Pcoplo using bicycles or other
vehicles on tho public roads
should remombor that pedestrians
havo thoir rights.
I desiro to publish this protest
as a warning to people who itna
gino that tho public thoroughfares
aro thoir own private property,
but who may find themselves
landed at tho police station somo
fine day and names and oircum
stances figuro in tho public prints
Tho following is from tho Roch
ester, N. Y., Times:
John Howard Bryant, an only
surviving brother of William Gal
lon Bryant, agod about ninety
years, resides in Princeton, 111.
Ho is unknown to fame, but not
for want of nativo ability which,
judging from tho following fresh
ly written gem, might have mado
him as illustrious a his brother.
Tho lines are entitled, 'Closo to
Ninety,' and were evoked by tho
action of a Bellefontaino, Ohio,
Bryant literary society iu making
him an honorary member:
Hero now I stand, upon life's
Close at my foot an ocean wide
Dark, sullen, silent, and without a
Whoro earth's past myriads lio
in dreamless sloop.
'Tis hero I stand without a thrill
In loneliness allied to tho
Tho brokou links of lovo that
bound me here,
Lio shattorod on this troaoho
rous shoal of time.
But still I cling to friends who
Cling to tho glorious scones that
round mo Tie,
Striving to stay the haste of years
As swifter yot tho winged mo
Idly, I Book tho futuro to oxploro,
1 partly know what is, but
naught that is before.
John IIowakd Bryant.
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength
and licnltufulnef s. Afsurcs tlic food againat
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tlio cheap brands. Hovai, IUkinci Tow
dku Co., New Yoiik.
Friendly invitations; friendly
tnlk. Friondly merchandise
and tho koy-noto of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Friendly
friends of tho store mako this
possible, pleasant. It spurs us
to broader and better and nioro
Our cosh plan is another
advantago to tlio customer with
money in hand. Wo give a
great big discount of 10 per cont.
This brings the cost of your
purchases right down to sub
bottom, and you can afford to
got anything that wo havo in
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
fz, - -A. r - v -
The price la
9 Hotel Street : : WaTerley BIOClC
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tlio undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of the K-tato
of Chang King, late of Walalna, Oabu,
dtcniaeJ, by order of the llououililo
A. l'erry, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court, First Judicial Circuit, Repub
Uo ot Hawaii, hereby uotlflea ull per
sona having claims against said es
tate to present the fame with vnuohers
duly authenticated, eveu though tho
same be seen red by mortgage upon
real estate, to him at Wulauia, Ouliu,
within six (0) montlra Irom date
horeof, or nuoh claims will be forever
baried. All person Indebted to wild
estate nro also nodded ami d! reeled to
pay such debts to the Administrator
only. PAUL MAHAULU,
Administrator of the Estate of Chang
Dated Walalua, Oahu, March 8,
1B97. 658 4t
Tho uudoralKiieil will pay a reward
of $25 for the detection of the person
who tuot anil killed three funny stock
I'iRcoiu btlonglnir to my eon Carl.
Honolulu, March 17, 1697. GG0-3t
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A r-ire gmod bargain was tho
buying ot a hundred dozen
shirt waists. Amlynut-haru
the benefits. Shirt waists of
newest patterns in c lorings
and cut go to you at a dollar.
The lot is almost gone, some of
tho prettiest will not last tho
A new stock of ladies and
mens hose and half hoso at
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by mon
who try with tho wickots, at
low prices. Outing flannels for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
wero never heard of in Hono
lulu. It's the result of stock
taking maybe over-buying
has something to do with it
whichever it is you aro tho
winner. Summer dress goods,
new importations, wero never
prettier than now. Tho weaver
seems to know as much as tho
designer these days, and ho
puts thorn together so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. These
aro in fancies; the plains nro as
A whole- department of Cor
sets gives you tho chnnco
you'vo waited for. Prima
Donna, P. D., K. & G. and
ventilated. Tho price is right.
Navy Blue and Black rain
proof cloth is serviceable for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking allbcts Turkish
Towel prices tho same as every
thing else. This is customers'
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
THIS WEEK . . .
Ladies' Silk Hose
Reduced from S.OO to oOc. per Pair. .'
From 5 Cents "Up !
From 5 Cents
100 Dozen Ladies' TJndervests
.A.t 6 4z Cents xer Garment. .'.
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
,A.t is 1-2 Cents per Garment.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
jo- Those Undervests aro Unbleached Ribbed Garments and are im
ported direct from tho factory. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozon),
I am ablo to offer thorn to Honolulu ladies at tho ridiculous prices quoted above.
ES- TAT"- JOJEtD-AJXHS
lo. 10-flOBT STREET STOBE-tfo. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : I-lonolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusIiris,
Gretzadmest Nomespim, Liizetzs,
An entire now lino in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc?
Latest in Neck "Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffs.
The 3STew Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
aSTew "Ribbons 1 ISTeyy Trimmings !
JL JczL. uzLm "J."
Will bo loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 "Week Only.
E&, The Newest and Freshost Line in tho City is
Tezio.iplo of 3F"etstLioxi.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
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5 Cents "CPtd !
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