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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 19, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra 1ms
A furnished houso at Wnikiki
beach is wanted.
Tho Healani danco for April
will bo on tho lGth.
Heavy rains are reported from
tho island of Kauai.
Company A elected tour now
members last night.
Pentecostal meetings at tho Me
thodist church at 2:30 and 7:30.
Nothing now has been dovolop
ed in tho Japaneso mattor today.
Ouo Puahala was arrested short
ly after noon and charged with
Two arieste for minor offenses
wore mado by tho police this
Tho Japaneso matter still holds
public attention to tho exclusion
of almost everything olso.
Policemen who aro sent out by
tho Marshal to servo papers in a
hurry are now taking to the wheel.
In tho last fow hours tho wind
has veered around to tho south
east, a good Bign for a coming
In tho polico court this morning
four Chiuese and six Japanoso
gamblers wcro lined tho usual 810
King Bros, havo just received a
pow lot of tissue paper, window
noles, snsli rods, artists' materials,
pictuio frame, etc.
The new boilor for the Uoro
tauia street pumping station ar
rived on the Miowova and will bo
put in place ut once.
Contractor Tom AValkor is mak
ing good progress on tho new Lm
inoluth building, which will soon
bo ready for the roof.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail steam
er for L. B. Kerr. Ho sells a single
yard at wholosalo prices.
s- Georgo Soa, tho popular and ef
ficient clark of tho polico receiv
ing station, is still dangerously ill
f at liis residence at Paloraa.
Wm, AVagouor has been given
tho contract for tho erection of W.
M. GiiTard'B now residence at Ma
kiki, tho prico boiug something
Chas. J. McCarthy has turned
bill postor today and is putting up
iluming posters showing the mer
its of tho book boor ho received by
Tho Tenuis Association met
yostonlny afternoon and decided
to hold tho tournament in May. A
committco was appointed to ar
rango a program.
Mechanics' Hnmo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonne: 25
and CO cents por night. $1, and
iSl.'ifi ner week.
This evening tho regular month
ly danco of tho Healani Yacht
and Boat Club will be given at its
clubhouse. A good time is assured
from the unqualified success of
preceding dances of tho moonlight
The timo of Judge do la Verguo
was iftKeu up mis morning wmi
tho trial of the criminal libel case
of Petor Correa against the Ha
waiian Gazette Company. Tho
Court ruled that tho defendant was
Olru me a jilsss of bock beer,
It cuincs but oncu a K'nr,
Said the thirst) nun to the bar tender.
Wu don't Keep It on tap.
Said the raker, looking lint,
Hut to thu Anchor 1 will scud you.
Now on tap at this favorito re
sort. Thero was not a very largo at
tendnnco at tho horso show last
night, but the porlormanco gavo
general satisfaction. Thoro will
be a mntiuoo tomorrow afternoon
at which the prices will bo fiO
conts for adults and 25 cents for
chiUtiaii. All the little ones will
be given a ride on tho ponies.
Arc Schilling's Best
II tra btkinr rw"
V cofftt flavoring txti
ft tda and ipiciti
as good as we say ?
VI jV Don't you sec t!
Half and half is offered at the '
Morchauts' Exchange. '
Celobrnted Seattle bock beer is
on tap at tho Criterion saloon.
Senator and Mrs. John A. Mc-
Candless returned on tho Miowora I
Tho Christian Workers aro in
sossion at Y. M. C. A. hall this
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort street,
from $1.00 por wook up.
The cricket match between tho
old boys and young bloods is tho j
attraction for tomorrow after- I
Plonty of Seattle bock beer on
tap at tho Louvrn saloon. Don't
forgot tho number, 308 Nuuanu
Tho U. S. S. Alort will sail for
i Sau Francisco tomorrow. Her
officers nro putting in all their
I sparo timo in making farowoll
visits to lady friends.
llnvliiK 4'cneral Jool TIiiip nl Clio
There is nothing now in tho case
of tho Japanese immigrants. Min
ister Cooper and his party aro
still at tho Quarantine station in
vestigating their status, and tho
Japaneso Consul-Gonoral is also
conducting an inquiry on his own
account. At tho present rato of
progress it will bo some timo next
week before Miuislor Cooper con
cludes his labors, as only thirty
of tho immigrants wore examined
Tho Shiushiu - maru
(170 passengers in all.
71 freo and -11
laborers havo been
which, including 0 cabin passeng
ers, makes a total ot 121 roIouBeil.
Thero aro now 51!) rejected immi
grants at tho station including
thoso who wero quarantined for
measles. These figures aro official.
Ono of tho women auvo birth to
a child yesterday, and many sur-
misos have boon mado as to its
It seoms to bo tho prevailing
impression that thero is no room
at tho station to accommodate
tho passongors just arriv
ed on tho Japanese steamer
this afternoon. This is not so.
Two thousand immigrants could
bo taken caro of at tho quarantine
station at ono time should tho
necessity ariso, though tho placo
would bo uncomfortably crowded.
Tho lot arriving today will go in
to quarantiuo as a mattor of
courso to comply with tho recont
ordor of tho Board of Hoalth,
which exacts full eighteen days
quarantine from the timo of leav
ing the last Japanese port. Tho
two lots will bo kept entirely sep
arate. With a largo lot of goods just
received by tho Australia and
Amy Tumor, the Pacific Hard
ware Co. havo another invoice of
tho favorito Universal Stoves and
Bangps. Somo sizes wero hold as
soon as sot up, but another sup
ply has been ordered.
Furnished ou the Beach at Walklkl
for a eliort time. Apply to "A.,"
O. Box 208. 603 at
SCHMIDT & SONS
Allowed - For - Cash !
Just Heeolved pr S. S. Australia
For One Week Only.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
Celebrated for lt Krtt leavening Mrmgtli
and lienltlifulnets. AMire the food nnliit
alum and nil forms of adulteration common
to the ilunp brand. Kuril. IUmnu l'ow
liRK Co , N'BW YtlllK
Friundly invitations; friendly
talk. Friendly merchandise
nnd the key-note of nil friendly
prices. "Why not? Friendly
fiieiidi of the store nuiko this
possible, pleiiMint. It spurs us
to broader nnd better mid more
Our cash plan i& another
advantage to the customer with
money in hand. We give a
great big discount of 10 per cent.
I This brings the cost of your
I purchases right down to sub-
i bottom, nnd you can afford to
get anything that we have in
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Cor. Burttmihi nnd Alukeit 8ts.
Every Night This Week.
l'uinllj niilinpo Wriliioilny mill
Niiuirtlii) nl '! , in.
First mid Only Appearance in tlila
City ol tl.o World-famous
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDKKtUI.
Performing Horses, Ponies ai:d Mules,
The Original Kiiie--Ciirrlculiim.
The Iirgest uiiil Befit School of I'M-tn-uteri
Horxts. Fur tlm Put Ten
Yenrit "A Popular utiil PuihiotmtilH
Kilcoefs'' In nil lliti largest utiles of
" I'rlet: Evening 60 Cts. Ite
cerveil Scat, $1 (XI Matinee Adults.
.50 Cis. Children, !H CIs. 553 If
A Quiet Shave
Can be hail nt tho
Barber -:- Shop
Pauhkco it Fkk.vandrx.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 KinK Btrcot.
A Quiet, HniiU'Ulco Plncn, vhoto Tmlucil
Nurbvs, MasMiKu, "Suodish llovoiuent,"
llutliH, Elertricity hikI Pliyuiciil Truining
aiuy bu obtiiiuuil.
V. 8. KULLOOO, M. D.,
Tclepliono 039. Superintendent.
All accounts of TURISI3 months or
longer htanding, will ho placeil In tho
liniid of our Mitorncy for collection
tinU-HH Immetllutu settlement U made.
55-J16t J. J. KG AX.
UOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
lllock rear of J. O. Cutter' offlee, V. O,
J l!oi ;i:ifi
I'ortuifiicM' Sugar IT! Ill lieloro the
W. L. Wilcox, commissioner for
partition- in Kaakau and others vs.
GaBpar1 Sylva, has filed a supple
mental report. All the parties
wero willing to have each their
portions put oiT in one piece ex
cepting Sylva, who was willing if
it could bo done on the easterly or
Vaialtm sido of the land. This
tho others having agreed to was
done. A map of tho partition
appended to tho report was
mado by llobert W. Wilcox, sur
veyor, and tho commissioner con
siders it douo in un oflicient and
Kinney & Ballon for plaintiff
havo filed a bill of oxcoptious to
tho decision of Judge Perry sus
taining tho demurrer of defendant
in tho suit ot A. 1' eek against
Ualm itauway & Land Company.
Kinuoy & Ballon for plaintiff
havo filed a motion for a decree
dismissing tho bill of complaint of
Poter High vs. Francis Dunn and
E. H. 1'. Woltor, because, since
the Court decided it had not juris
diction in equity, counsol for de
fondants had not prepared a
Juu;o Cartor has rouderod judg
ment in the caao of Bonsou, Smith
t Co. vs.F. G. Eyton Wolkor, as
sumpsit, for plaintiffs in tho sum
of $50.55, with intorost from July
30, 1891, to date, costs and attor
ney's foes. Mugoon & Edings for
plaintiffs; A. G. Corroa for do
fondant. Chiof Justico Judd having re
covered from his illuesB of yester
day, tho Supromo Court was in
session this morning. Tho caso
occupying its attention is J. S.
Cauairo and othors vs. Joso G.
Serrao and others, being a dis
pute betweon two rival sets of
officers of tho Portugueso Sugar
Mill Co. of Hilo. G. F. Little
reproseuts the plaintiffs, and W.
S. Wiso tho defendants. J. F.
Hackfold of II. Hackfold fc Co.,
mortgagees, is presont in court. J.
M. Vivas, a practitioner of tho
lower courts, is privately assisting
counsol for tho dofondauts.
Portraits enlarged from small
photos and bandsomoly framed
for $10 at King Bros.
THIS WEEK . . .
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
Ladies' Silk Hose
Ieducecl Xrom S.OO to oOc. per Pair.
Cotton Hose All Colors . .
From 5 Cents Up !
From 5 Cents Up !
From 5 Cents LTo !
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
A.t 6 -4z Cents :er Garment.
100 Dozen Ladies' Undervests
A.1 12 1--2 Cents per Carmen 1 .
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
tmr These Undervests are Unbleached Ribbed Garments and are im
ported direct from tho factory. By buying an immense quantity (200 dozen),
I am able to oiler them to Honolulu ladies at tho ridiculous prices quoted above.
No. 10--WRT STEEET STOKE-No. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : I-lonolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed VCusliis,
Grenadines, Homespun, Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Nock "Weai,
New Inchings, Latest Collnrs and Cuds.
The jSTew Uolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
New "Ribbons ! Now Trimmintrs !
10c. -;- Counter 1
AT THE 1
Will be loaded down with
Dimities, Lawns, Muslins and
On Saturday, March 13, 1897.
Sale Continues 1 "Week Only.
&, The Newest and Freshest Lino iu the City is
Temple of Fashion,
Fort Street, Honolulu.