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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 20, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Cricket at tho baaobnll grounds
Band ccnicort at JDminn squnro
this aftornoon nt tho usunl hour.
Tho departure oE tho U. S. S.
Alert litis boon delayed untilMon
day. Matinee and ovoning perform
ances of Bristol's Horso Show to
day. Superior breakfast sausngo is a
specialty at tho Central Market.
Ring up 101.
A ivnouior uig reuueuon biiiu hi
v1 the Tomplo of Fashion will bo an
. Ijouncod in a few days.
Clio McCaudless Brothers have
xcycompletetl tuoir contract tor sinn
ing twolve now wells on tne JMvn
One of S. Dcckor's young twin
daughters died this morning at t
o'clock. Funeral will take placo
at '1:1)0 this afternoon.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Society will moot this ovon
ing at tho residonco of llev. Dr.
llydo on Bcrctania street.
Now suitings and pants patterns
are arriving by overy mail Bteam
or for L. B. Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale prices.
Tomorrow morning at tho Cen
tral Union church Rev. D. P.
Birnio will review his two years'
connection with the church.
The return match betwoou the
First and Second battalions of tho
Nntional Guard takos place this
afternoon at tho Kakaako butts.
Professor Birgor has prepared
an excellent program, mostly
from German composers, for to
morrow's concert at Makeelslaud.
Itovs.D. P. Birnio of the Control
Union Church and J. M. Monroo
of tho Christian church will ex
change pulpits tomorrow ovoiing.
If Schilling's Best is not the
host it follows as night tho duy
that A. Schilling & Co. uro throw
ing a wholo lot of mouoy to tho
S Mr. Bristol has engaged tho
Hawaiian Quintette Club for tho
balance of the season at tho Pavi
lion, ana it will appear at eacu
It is likely that the bauquot in
honor of tho centenary of Wil
liam I., mentioned in yesterday's
BuLLETlN,.will bo one of tho hap
piest patriotic functions evor hold
by any foreign nationality in Ho
nolulu. Tamos McCandloss informs a
roportor that tho Waipio well was
finished yesterday, the -100 foot
mark having boon reached. Five
other wolls will bo sunk at tho
W. C. Roo of tho Honolulu
Iron Works colobratos his arrival
nt tho '15th milcstono in his
journey of life today. Ho will
outortniu somo of his follow work
men this ovening.
Tho regular monthly meeting
. of tho Young Men'B Research
Club was hold last evening at tho
residence of Rev. D. P. Birnio.
A papor by Edward Farmor on
"Single Tax" was tho loading
Commander Hauford of the U.
S. S. Alert called on the Minister
, of Foreign Affairs and afterward
t pn tho President this morning for
the purpose of saying farowoll
and introducing Commander
Greono of tho U. S. S. Marion.
Charge d'Affairos Ellis Mills pre
sented Conimaudor Hauford,
Rov. D. P. Birnio will speak at
tho gospel mooting at tho Young
Men's Christian Association Sun
day ovoning at (5:30. Tho subject
will be "Christianity shall endure
foiover." Mark, 1831. Dan. 2:11.
These meotings aro specially
adapted for young mon and all
will bo wolcomo. Tho Associa
tion Biblo Class will moet as usual
at four o'clock. The subject is
tho second chaptor of Ephesinns.
Young mon aro specially request
ed to come to this class, Dr. llydo
Tho Tonuis Tournament Mill'
commence May 12. I
Health Oflicor Roynolds has
returned from his trip to Maui.
Corsots and shirt waists aro to
bo about givon away at Jordan's (
Ed. Towso is assisting to gather
in tho pooplo's tribute to tho trea
sury at tho Tax Oflico.
Plonty of Seattlo bock boor on
tap at tho LouTro saloon. Don't
forgot tho number, 308 Nuuanu
Delivery was made at tho Exe
cutive building today of tho coun
ters for tho Interior ollico mado
by Lucas Bros.
King Bros, havo just recoived a
pow lot of tissuo papor, window
nolcs, sash rods, artists' materials,
picturo frames, etc.
On Thursday lastMrs. F. W.
Glade of Kekalm, Kauai, gave
birth to a sou. Both wero doing
woll at latest accounts.
Attention is called to great bar
gains in auction goods left unsold,
at tho City Feed Store, Borctauia,
near Punchbowl street.
Profossor Aloxandor had tho
misfortune to bo dumped in the
mud by tho slipping of his wheel
on a streot rail this morning.
The auction salo of tho bark
Rosalie is postponed until the ar
rival from tho othor side of tho
island of Mr. Walkor, insurance
Tho time of tho polico court has
boon occupied this morning iu tho
trial of an ox-National Guauls
man for an offense similar to that
for M'hich O. G. Parsons is now
serviug a torm in the Oahu Jail.
Thoro was a collision between a
Japanese hack and a Portugueso
brako today on lower Fort streot.
Tho Portugueso driver was to
blamo, boing on tho wrong side,
but ho tried to bluff tho Japanese
into paying for tho damage. Tho
bluff didn't work, though. Tho
brake wnu badly wrecked, tho body
being dopositod in tho mud. No
THE FIIIE ALARM.
An OH Nltno Taken Fire mill runic
Tho alarm of firo shortly before
noon this morning was caused by
tho oil in a Now Process stove tak
ing lire from some unexplained
reason. Tho accidout occurred
in a cottago occupied by Mrs.
Davis on tho premises of J.
W. Podrnoro. It Mas extinguish
ed by a mounted patrolman who
carried Jho stovo out of doors and
l(5t tho oil run on the ground.
In responding to tho alarm
Henry Bolster, one of No. 3's
mon, who Mas making fast
time on a wheel ran into
a mounted patrolman. Ho Mas
thrown to the ground and knock
ed sonsc4es8. Chief Engineer
Hunt picked him up, and put him
in a hack. Ho soon recovered and
will oxporiouco no bad effects from
the accident beyond a sore head.
In starting out to tho firo, No.
2 ongino took tho lead, followed
closely by tho hoso cart. Oppo
site Mrs. Mousarrat's houso on
Union street tho ougino passed a
hack drivou by a Chinaman.
Chief Engineer Hunt and others
called to tho driver to stop but ho
kept going all tho more. By the
time tho hoso cart got abroaBt tho
hack the streot had narrowed so
that noithor could got by. In the
collision which ensued tho hoso
cart got tho best of it, tho hack bo
ing thrown bodily against tho
fouco. It escaped with only a
brokon forward axlo. Chief En
gineer Hunt, whilo regretting tho
accident, says it could not be
avoided. Ho says if hack aud car
drivorB would only stop whou an
ongino is approaching thoro would
uovor bo any troublo. Tho law
gives the ougiues tho right of way
ingoing to a fire aud requites all
vehicles iu tho way to como to a
stop, but it is seldom obeyed.
Tho Minister of tho Iutorior
has uwnidud tho following road
building contracts on tho Island
Now cross road from Tolcano
road, to E. D. Sparrow for S2475.
To ruifao grade at four-milo post,
Volcano road, to E. D. Sparrow
Completion of road from Ilono
mu to Hakalau, to Glaus Johnson
The Evening ttullelin, 75 rents
per vonlh, '
Friendly invitations; friendly
tnlk. Fiiondly merchandise
and the koy-noto of nil friendly
prices. Why not? Friendly
friends of tho store liuiko this
possible, pleasant. It spurs us
to broader nnd better and moro
Our cash plan is nnother
advantage to the customer M'ith
money in hand. We give a
gieat big discount of 10 per cent.
This brings tho cost of your
pin chases right down to sub
bottom, and you can afford to
get any tiling that wo have in
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
THUKSDAY, APRIL 1st,
And the follow in,; ilayg, I will display a
new lot ol
tacli - Pattern - Hats,
And Novelties. AUo
A UNIQUE "DISPLAY OF COLORS'.
Will bo the feature of
MY -:- OPENING -:- DAY!
An inspection solicited.
MRS. M. HANNA.
.F0.1 td Fort street, Honolulu, H. I.
LEFT UNSOLD AT HALF PRICE.
Now Uedroom g $17.fi0 nnd 815.
New W ro MnttresH i..5).
New Wool Mnuresu, 84.00.
New Hair Mnttrexs, half prico.
Grav and Ulnok llnlr ll.wt KilV Tint.
only 40c. per pound.
Also inre; irou biiio, 4 .Door (Jombma
tiau, 'M'M, at less thnn half price.
lluud Unit. SnltaltlA fnr luitmlrv. Anv
City Feed Store,
509 Ilerotanla xt. near Punchbowl nt.
Cor. Beretntilu and Alaltea Sts.
Every Night This Week.
I'uniily piiilliirc WnliH'udny mill
Niiturdio "I ' ! hi.
First and Only Appearance in tills
City ol the World-fiimoiiH
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDEHUH.
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Original Eriuofl-Ciirrloulum,
The LiirgeHt and Ik-st School of I'M
uuuted Homes. For tlu l'ant Tun
Yearn "A Populnr uml Fushlonahlo
Hucws" In till the largest oltlus of
tW Prlcee: Evenings 50 Cts. Re
served Seats, $1 (HI. Mutluee Adults,
50 Cts. Children, i!5 Ctx. 553-tf
Furnished on the lituch at Walklkl
fnr a Hhort time. Apply to "A.,"
I. O. Box 208. 582 3t
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Orricci 203 Merchant street, Cnmpboll
"lock rtur of J. O. Cartel' office. l O.
SCHMIDT & SONS
Allowed - For - Cash !
Just Received per S. 8. Australia
For One Week Only.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
of spring senrfings
luivo boon gntliorcd
from u voritnblo
Eden of color culture.
designed to fill tho
dictates of swoll dross
scarfs cost ns much.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerley BlOCfc
We Make Shirts to Order.
Can You AJlorcl to be without them
at the JPrices Quoted?
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Commencing Monday, March 22, 1897
J3iog-esl Reduction Ever Ollered !
Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS
Now is tho time to get a High Grade Corset for 50c, and remembor this Mon
ster Heduction only holds good for
ONE WEEK ! ONE WEEK !
P. D. CORSETS . .
Reduced from ffitt.oO to JBl.oO :Cor 1 "Week Onlv.
Other Grades of Corsets from 25 Cents Up. .1 ust think of it.
Ladies' Shirt Waists . . ' .
From 40 Cents Up ibr 1 Week Only.
BJS A Seamstress will chargo you more than this figure for plain sewing.
Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up !
WXtERE? -A.T aroni.A.:iNr'!SS
No. 10-EOET STREET STORE-flo. 10
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street ; X-lonolulu.
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
fancy Organdies, Printed JVEusliis,
Grenadines, Homesfizm, Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaitls, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in Neck "Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cull's.
The New IBolero Jackets
Iu Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
!N"ew Tilibbons ! "New Trimmings I
We are now prepar
ing for Another Big Re
duction Sale Announce
ment in a few days.
from S4LOO io
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