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, LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Homo hIiow nt 3 iih untml.
Chief Justices Judil is laid up
John H. "W-ilkor hns n liouso lot
nt Kukunu, Ililo, for Bitlo.
Tho novcrninont bnnd will piny
at tho Hawaiian hotel this availing
Thoro was no mealing of tho
Atnntour Athlatic AsHociution lnst
A mooting of tho Y. H. I. will
bo hold in Foster hnll thia ovon
ing nt 7:110.
Tho Commissioners of Educa
tion will hive n session this after
noon nt 2:30.
The TInwniinn Tennis iWocia-'-Hon
hns nrrnuyed for a mooting
(i , tomorrow nftornoou.
Bovornl nnimnls nro ndvortisod
I v$V as in tho pound, to bo sold on tho
V rtfih if not redeemed.
! "v TpiuWr for linnf cnttlo nro in-
Xy vited by tho Board of Health until I
noon of the Hist iust,
Anotiior mooting for ccorgnni
zntinn of tho Bed Men is cnlled
for Saturday evening.
Dr. C. B. High, dentist,
dunto Philndoli)hin Dontnl
lego, 1802. Masonic Temple.
A Bnmbler bicyclo belonging to
Mr. Hagorup wns stolon from out
bido tho Librnry lnst night.
Tho Yokohama quarantine men
tioned in Board of Health pro
coodiugs is oftioinlly ndwrtised
Mr. Nolte furnished lunch from
tho 15enver to Minister Cooper
u nd the other oftiuiuls nt the
King Bros, hnvo just received n
now lot of tissno paper, window
poles, sash rods, artists' mntorialb,
picturo frnmos, otc. '
A now four-onred rnciug shell, I
built bv Rogers, should nrrivo in
tho nenr future from tho Coast for
tho Myrtlo Bont Club.
Now suitings nnd pnnts patterns
aro arriving by ovcry mnil stenm
er for L. B. Kerr. He sells n singlo
ynrd at wholesale prices.
Tho joint committee of tho Sons
of St. George nnd Thistle Club
will moot at the Thistle hnll at 8
this evoning to henr n roport.
Torchon nnd Vnlonciennes laces
aro utill in gront demand. L. B.
Kerr hns a choice lot, which ho is
soiling nt lowest possible rntes.
Tho Japanese question does not
appear to worry 'lax Collector
Shaw, for ho announces that the
Dolinquont Tax List will nppenr
"The Abiding Comforter" will
lo tho thomo at tho Pentecostal
meeting in tho Methodist church
toduy at 2:30 p. m. Evening sor
vico at 7:30 p. m. as usunl.
Tim well nt "Wnipio gulch on
the new Oahu plnntntiou in which
such a fino llow of water wns re
ported yesterday is to bo sent
down to a depth of -100 feet.
In tho police court this morn
ing tho enso against Shimi.u nnd
Gallagher in connection with tho
Suinshiu mnru's immigrants wns
again continued to the 24th.
Chung Fat was fined 825 for
ehefa gambling by Judge do In
Vorgue today and tho case against
Sang Hop, accused of boing a
(ro. chpat, was continued until
If you want absolute perfection
in Refrigerators, go to tho Pacific
Hardware Co., for tho "Hygienic."
It obviates all defects found in
old styles, and embodies improve
ments and virtues possessed by
Piiniilaui Mitchell was convict
ed of assault nnd buttery on
January 21 lnst and sentonce
suspended. This morning ho was
brought up for sentonci ondgiveu
six weeks nt hard labor. Tho new
charge against him for n similar
OilVUhL' Wllb I'lllllilllll'll.
We try to make Schil
just right every one.
Do we always hit the
mark ? You shall judge
your money back (at your
grocer's) if you don't like
A GOOD CXAMPLE.
Ilora llrrry rr Wlmt Siiino Mm Itnn'l
Ho In n l.ircllini.
"1 IpcIIovo." rrmnrktil tl.c Imtrl rlerk to J
it (rniii of IMrncr In n Wiinlilngtoii Im 1
trl, "tlmt tlm imwt Jinlrliitlo uini wo Iuivh I
In thn United Btnti-x nro tho traveling i
"Ami why thryf" liiiiulnil n mctnlivr n(
" Jlrwuiw they know the muntry lrtlrr
tlmn tiny other cIiim nnd eei It In nil It
m'tloni nml tire mining tho claws who
iimlntnlii It unit mnko It powlble for tin'
rift of UM to live with n grent Oral more
tio tlmn mp might otherwise. Now,
them's onn who wrnt out of tho ofllw Jnt
im tho gentleman fmin Now York cattit In.
That man travels for n Biwlon houoe, nnd
hli territory extends from Mnlno to south
cm California, mnl he iiml,inthotrlprM'ry
yenr, ptniiliig uiually In tho hlg cities,
lint hiking many of tho others In on hi
"Ho hni Imth doing It for yours, until ho
knows tho jiitiplo of tho eountry In every
stale, ami 1 havo yet to hear him nay n
hitler thing or n foolhh one nlxmt fiv
tloiml iH-ciillarltlos or dltforoncos. Ho 1
too hio.nl for that that Is to ray, ho l
ton iairlotlc. Then, iigalu, he come to
Washington oneo a year simply to pjieMl
two or three ilas hire, f-o that he may feel
thoHouxonf goMTiiment hy contnet with
II, to wall, iilxmt the Rtnvts of tho capital
of the nation, to look at tho magnificent
hulhllngs of government owncrohlp, to
Munil In the glorious lirauty of tho grand
est hiilldlng on earth, to sit for ntliiioln
tho halls of legislation nnd to cxju'rlcnrc
for a brief sea-oil Mime of tho material re
sults of his citizenship of ,the proudest re
public the sun has out shone upon,"
There was a round of npplaiiHO for tho
clerk's presentation of the cum.'.
"Don't do It. gentlemen," ho said, wav
ing It off. "Tho-e nro not my wonls, hut
tho words of that traveling until. Ho Is
tho broadest liilndid eltlen, the firmest
patriot and tho Miuarest man I know, and
if It wore Hsslhle to lmc a nation of his
kind It would Ik- jo-mMo to make one na
tion of tho whole world. Ho has lieon In
Washington for three days, and when ho
leave" lomorr m-lie vrlll tal.e with lilm
more than a hundred books containing
picturo- ot the city and its grout buildings,
which he will ilKtiihuto among thochll
ilren of the men ho meet 8 In a bu'luin
way and who may neu-r bo able to get to
Wii'Iilugtnn to wnmlir amid Its beauties
ami Imrii lull-aiimi ' Iij marble walls and
pill, is tho all imoriaiit Umiiis .lilch
they teach and which euTy American
Ahould Uarii. I proMimo he has dlstrlb
utul thousands ol those pictures nud has
Ikh'h n willsprlng of pntrlotle sentlniont
to hundred- ol young men and women In
cm i" srate Die I'ulon. Who can say an
mil' h for hiniM'ir?" And oven tho con
gri --in.iri louhl not answer in Uio iilllrimi
tlVe. Wfishtligtoil M.ir.
Xotloe Is hereby given tlmt tlio fol
luwlng "trnH Imvi boon Inipotimled
in tho Government l'ounil at Mukiki,
Honolulti, viz :
1 Black Mare, brand "JIM" on the
right liinil lilp, white epot on the fore
head, ami tlio two hind feet white.
1 Black Mure, brand not clear on
left xhlo, white epot on tho foitheail.
1 Hay Horso, brauil "X" on tho left
foreleg and wliltoapolon the forehead.
1 Cream-colored Home, brand "JH"
on the right III ml hip, and also "HIj"
on thoneek, Ionp; white strip rmmlnp
from forehciuf to the iiosp, white spot
under tlio chin, white 8 ols on the
Imi'k. wliilo ntrlp'' under tlio stoiti'uli,
all four feet wliltu ami a soiu haek.
And if Biiuh e.itraya are not cUImed
uud nil pound oiuirgcp satisiled on or
before SATURDAY, Martin 27, 1S97,
at 12 o'eloek noon, (hoy will he sold
on that date ai-il hour to I ho highest
bidder. K KHKlTENK,
Honolulu, H. I., March 17, 1S97.
Gold nnd Silvorwnro,
Crochorr nnd lvorywure,
Whito Grass Cloth, Mnttings,
Wicker nnd Stoatner Chairs.
Cignrs, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuauu Street, Honolulu.
All interested in tho reorganiza
tion of a Tiibo o tho Improved
Order of Red Men nro respectful
ly requested to nttond n meeting
to bo hold in K. of I'. hnll, Fort
street, nt 7:110 i-. ji. SATURDAY,
Mm eh 20, 1897.
J. F. ECKAIIDT,
r01-:$t A. V. GEAR.
Attention, Company A.
AisMour Comi'aw A., N. (J. II.,
Honolulu, ilurtii IS, lb'J7.
A livery Member of this Couiumml is
In i eb v onlcied to report at thn Drill
Shed ' Til IS (Thursday) HVKN I SO ,
Jluich IS, ut 7:M' o'clock, for
TiGl'lt Cnptniti CouiaiKudiug.
Tlio iniderHlunod will pay a reward
of i2" for the deti'iM lou of tht person
wlio llot im i kilhd three fimov stock
l'lgeoui h iiiuuliiK lo niv wii t arl
IIoiiolulu, Muroli 17, ISU7. otin lit
EVENING BULLETIN, MAHOH IS. 1817.
Friendly invitations; friendly
talk. Friondly niorclinndise
and the key-note of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Friendly
friends of tho store make this
possible, pleasant. It spurs us
to hroader and better and more
Our cash plan is another
advantage to the customer with
money in hand. Vu give a
great big discount of 10 per cent.
This brings the cost of your
purchases right down to sub
bottom, nnd you can afford to
get anything tlmt wo have in
Hobron Drug Co.
King vV Fort.
The Muicli number of this Journal
for tlio ritudoiits ol tho Public Huhoolx
will ho ou sale nt. the Ool.DKN Rut.R
Bakaak ou MONDAY NEXT. It
wll lie full of Interesting Article",
Bhort Stories, Poems, etc. J. M.WKBU,
A I'UI.I. i.ini: OK
1897 Tennis Balls,
Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Itecelved Ex "Aluineiln."
No. 306 Fort Street.
Hut gul ii
The price is
9 Hotel Street
We Wake Shirts to Ortler
Cor. BereUnlu and Alukca Sty.
Every Night This Week.
I'lllllll.l lldtllll'H V(llHh( IIIHl
Nutiinlii ol :t i. in.
Flint nml On'y Appeuruneo in thia
Cily of the Wurlil-funioiis
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND II IS WOKDKHKUI.
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Origiuiil ICipiOH-Ciirrlciiluiii.
The I.iirgest and Best School of Ed
ucated Homes. For the Punt Ten
Yearn "A 1'oiuilar and FiHilonnhle
Sinre's" in all the larent olties of
U& Irici-: l''venili(,' Jill (Jin. Ho
nerved KeatH, $1 IKI Matinee Adultn,
M Ciu. CliUdten, W CtH. DW tf
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A r.ire g;ood bnrgnin wns tho
buying of a hundred dozen
shirt waists. Andy u s-hare
the benefits. Shut w.i sts of
newest pntterns in c lurings
and cut go to you at a dollur.
Tho lot is almost gone, some of
tho prettiest will not last the
A new stock of ladies and
mens hose and hnlf hoso nt
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with the wickets, nt
low prices. Outing llnnnels for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
were never heard of in Hono
lulu. It's the result of stock
something to do with it
whichever it is vou arc the
winner. Summer dress goods,
new importations, were never
prettier than now. The weaver
seems to know as much as the
designer these days, nnd he
puts them togother so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. These
arc in fnticics; the plains are ns
A whole department of Cor
sets gives you the chance
you've waited for. Prima
Donnn, P. D., R & G. nnd
ventilated. Tho price is right.
Nnvy Blue nnd Black rain
proof cloth is scrvicenble for
wrnps nt this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices the same as evory
thing else. This is customers'
week in profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
THIS WEEK . . .
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
Ladies' Silk Hose
Reduced Irom S.OO to 50c. per Pair.
Cotton Hose All Colors . .
From 5 Cents Up !
From 5 Cents XJp !
From 5 Cents "IPo !
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
-A-t G -4z Cents uer Garment.
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests .
A.t 12 1-2 Cents per Garment.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
j(S3 Theso Undervests aro Unbleached Ribbed Garments and nrc im
ported direct from the factorv. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozen),
I am able to oiler them to Honolulu ladies at tho ridiculous prices quoted above.
3E5. "XTV. 0"03EtX-nNryiSS
iTo. 10--F0BT STREET STOKE-No. 10
Mew Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 JEPort Street
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusliiis,
Grenadines, Homes nm. Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Chirks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in ISJ"eck Wear,
Now Inchings, Latest Collars and Cuffr.
The iSTew I3oleio Jackets
Iu Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
KTew "Ribbons ? TvTnw Trimmings I
10c. -:- Counter
Will be loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, (897.
Sale CcmtiTmes 1 "Week Only.
E&, The Newest and Freshest Lino in tho City is
TexxxTple of Fasliion,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
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