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EVENING BULLETIN, MAItOU 22, 1897-
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Consular ilngH nro living in
honor of tho Oonnnu anmvorsnry.
Superior breakfast sausntzo is a
specialty at tbo Central Market.
JRing up 101.
Thoro's a royal road to biiccpbb
after all, and it lends to the Iiob
ron Drug Store.
Portraits enlarged from small
photos and lianuBomoly fromod
for 810 at King Bros.
W. II. Coruwoll and Miss Kato
Cornwoll camo ovor from Maui
on yesterday's steamor.
Tickets for the concert at Kou
makapili church on Saturday
ovouiug are now on sale.
Tho usual largo attendance was
present at tho Miikoe Island band
concert yesterday afternoon.
Superintendent C. L. Wight of
, tho Wilder Steamship Company
' returned on tho Claudiue yester
day. Bo sure and call for a glass of
tho colobrated bock beer with your
lunch today at tho Anchor
Hon. and Mrs. S. M. Damon
entertained a number of frionds
at their iMaunalua place on Satur
llov. Job. IT. Smith, evangolist
of tho Methodist church, leaves
for San Francisco in the Rio do
King Bros, have just received a
pew lot of tissue paper, window
iioIub, sash rods, artists' materials,
picturo frumes, etc.
Madame Albani, the Canadian
Binger, is not coming this way,
having abandoned hor Australian
tour for this season.
The First Battalion was again
victorious In Saturday's shoot,
'their total being ll'JGagaiust 118G
made by tho Second.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by ovety mail steam
or for L.B.Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale prices.
There waB a big sprinkling of
bluejackets along the Waikiki
road yesterday afternoon, somo
on foot, somo on wheels and some
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
Y and Nunnnu Btreets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
$1.25 Der week.
In another column tho Hawai
ian Hardwaro Company calls at
tention to a number of little uso
ful articles for tho household just
introduced by them.
David Naone will lead tho band
at tho Hawaiian hotel coucert this
evening, Professor Bergor being
one of tho guests at tho banquot,
at whioh about sixty prominent
GormauB will participate
Prof. Bristol has engaged a
troupe of Japanese court acrobats
and jugglois, also the Hawaiian
National Bund as speciul attrac
tions in conjunction with his
wonderful horso show this weok.
There is vory general complaint,
among business men particulaily,
at the slow timo in ado on the
King street cars morning and
evening, and tho tedious waits on
switches which sometimes extend
to five and oven seven minutes.
A largo white aud black dog,
v earing a lcathor collar, ran up'
Victoria, stroot yesterday after
noon, and a little abovo Lunalilo
street rolled over into the gutter
., in spasms. The poor brute died
just after sundown. It looked like
a case of poisoning.
In deference to many requests
for'roduced admission to school
children to tho matineo perfor
mances Tuosday, Thuisday aud
Friday, Prof. Bristol takes
pleaburo in making the speciul
rnto of 1C cents to children accom
panying" tho sohool or part thereof.
Tho Imperial Japaueso Jugglers
will appear and tho porformanco
throughout will be identical with
tho evening performance.
Common vanilla is tonka
bean then; may or may
not be vanilla in it.
Schilling's Best is vanilla
alone and is worth three
times as much money.
W. W. Dimond advoitises tablo
cullory to suit uvorybody.
N. S. Sachs makos this a bar
gain week, of which tho ladies
only need a hint.
Publication of summons in
Byrno vs. Allon aud othors is
mauo in this paper.
Tho last of the pentecostal ser
vices at the Methodist church will
be hold this evening.
Nicely furnished rooms at the
Popular IIouso, 151 Fort Btroot,
from $1.00 per weok up.
Postors aio up for tho "Flying
Jorduns" to open at tho Opera
House on Saturday, April y.
Plenty of Soattle bock beer on
tap at tho Lourm saloon. Don't
forgot tho number, 308 Nuuauu
Tho arrosts made up to 2:15 to
day woro 2 for larceny, 1 assault
and battery, 2 truancy, 3 chefa
and 21 gambling.
Somo Ohineso contract laborers,
perhaps 300 or -100, and probably
a fow Japaueso aro expected in
tho Rio tomorrow.
Prices aro lowered, besides now
attractions added, at tho horse
show this weok. It is a tiptop
placo to put in an evening.
Tho marriage service for tho
Coopor-McGrow nuptials will be
gin at 8 instead of 7:30 in St.
Andrew's Cathedral Wednesday
The Daughters of Robekah will
havo a hard timos party Friday
evening, at which thoso attending
will diess in tho Btyle becoming
Two nativo poknr playors uero
fined 810 each by Judgo do la
Vergno this morning. Puakala,
convicted of vagrancy, had his
Tho narao of W. S. Edings is
frequently mentioned in connec
tion with tho vacancy in the Dis
trict Court by reason of Judgo do
la Vergne's resignation.
Thoro woro twelvo drunkB, in
cluding a numbor of Japanese,
boforo Judgo do la Vergno for
sentence this morning, the largest
number in one day for months.
Captain Schaefer, adjutant N.
G. H. headquarters, will preside
at the election of a captain by Co.
H this evoning. Captain Murray,
at present commanding, is not
likely to have opposition.
W. O. Lnokland, managor of the
Hollister Drug Company, lost a
valuable lot of ferns on Saturday
night. They were stolon from tho
veranda of his residence and
wore valued at $25 or 30.
On Saturday afternoon
11 lOOths of an inch of rain fell.
At Punahou the rainfall was
nearly tlneo times as much, while
toward Ewa ni much as threo
quaitcis of an inch cumo down.
Professor Bristol's noonday
parade was witnenscd by largo
numbers of peoplo. Ho drovo
his white Arabian horse in a bug
gy without reins, tho animal
obeying various motions of tho
At 12:50 p. m. tho Hawaiian
bark Diamond Head was reported
off Diamond Head. This vessol
was formerly the British bark
Gainsborough. Sho wont ashoro
at tho point nftor which sho is
now named, last year.
Ah Heo, a Waikiki Chinese,
convicted of haviug a chefa ticket
in possession, was fined 825 and
oostB in tho police court this
morning. Ah Hee says it is all a
mistake and has appealed his
case. Ho claims to have found
tho ticket in the road and did not
know what it was.
Tho Hilo bar has had two (lavs
of tho Supromo Court, its repre
sentatives boing Messrs. Littlo
and Wise. This is. the first ap
pearance before the highost court
of W. D. Wise, who is a partner of
D. H. Hitchcock, and he has raado
a favorable impression by his
quiet yot earnest presentation of
Castlo A Cooko Ltd. wish to
havo it stated in answer to
numerous iuqniries that tho fire
of last Saturday was caused by a
korosono and not from their Now
ProcoBS Gasolino Stovo, as somo
have thought; also that of tho
many New Process Gasoline
Stoves now iu uso in IIouolulu
thero has not yot been a aiiiglo
Celebrated for Its great Umti'IiIiii; ctrcuctli
and liciiltlil'iilnc'!. Ature tlic foot! against
nl II 111 find nil fnrmi rt nflntlun.l l.t. rnt.nt.
to the cheap brqiiit. ItotAi. Uikino l'uw
her Co , New Yoiik.
To Our Store.
Theie's a well-beaten path. It
leads directly to our doois.
Throngs of buyers travor&e it
day after day. Shows Hint wo
aro strengthening tho friendly
business lelation between tho
store and public, without which
theio can bo no real success.
We have the best goods, the
newest-at tides in our line, nil of
which wo sell at tho closest
ninrgin of piolit to us. Wo aio
willing that buyers shall have
nn oppoitunity of saving. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Satuiday evening n vory onjoy
ablo social was given by Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Itoo, Berctauia
street, on the occasion of Mr.
Koo's -loth birthday. A dolicious
supper was served and dancing
and singing passed the evening
too soon. The guosts preaout
wero Mr. Hedomann, Professor
I3orger, Mr. and Mis. Iteid, Mr.
Gordon ltoid, Mr. aud Mrs.
West, Mr. and Mis. Lewis, Mrs.
Mills, Miss Mills, Mrs. N.
Gardiner, Mrs Wallace, Mies Lil
lis, Miss L Liillis, Miss Eoe, Miss
A Hoe, Capt Honors, Mr Hughes,
J Mooi e, MrKiloy,Mr and Mrs J3us
noil, J Love, Walter Mouroo, Mrs
A W McLean, Stanton, Messrs
McMillan, Mcllao, Fetter, O'Con
nor, IJlnclc aud a large numbor of
others from tho Honolulu lion
Works, all Mr lloo's
fellow workmen, who drank
his health in bumpers for many
years of long lifo to him. The
host and hostess spared no pains
to make their friends happy aud
all wished thom many happy re
turns on leaving.
Anchored is what tho man said
when ho dropped iutotho Anchor
Saloon. Why? Baid his friend.
Bocauso you can always get a
cool refreshing driuk served by
gontlemanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you will bo regaled
with solidB as woll as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho .Anchor is
Baid by many to bo tho best in
town. Tho celebrated Seattle
boer is on tap. It is sparkling
and ice cold. Tho fiuest of wines
and liquois iu town nro to bo had
at this popular resort.
m 9 m
D. Howard Hitchcock, tho Ha
waiian artist, has somo fiuo island
landscapes and now volcano
paintiugs in oil on exhi
bition at tho Pucitio Hard
ware Company's art gallery.
His Mokuaweowoo eruption of
180(i iB an exclusive work, he hav
ing boeu tho only artist who saw
tho sublirao Hpcctuclo. The lauds
capes are scones uutouched by
others, and treated ith loyal ro
spect to tho Hawaiian atmoaphoro.
1 INTHKOIKUl'IT COURT f ,,., 1
' or the FlirttClfutni, Kiiwiiil! 8KAI'
an Iwluiiiln. Juiiii-m .1. Ityrno va. John
Allen, II. AIIhh nml other", nt, (Jlnini
1 bent. The Kepulillo of lluwnli: To
the Mnrolial of Him Hawaiian IxlitniJH,
or IiIh Deputy, OreL-tlti: You arn
hereby uotutiiHiiiled tn t-mninon John
Allon, Henry AIJpii, H-nrv Kiioilte,
W. II. Lambert. A I' k, I!. I' Dil
lingham ami Otliu I. .nl ..ii i ,t Ltnil
Co. to nppcnr ten itj icier -crvleo
lirenf, H thev reMile in Hie ImIuihI of
Oiliu, otherwise taunt) tluys after
tprvh-c, before nuali JiHgo of ihu Clr-
1 cult Court of the Pint Circuit hh shall
bo sitting nt ClmmlierH In the Court
Room, at Honolulu, In the Juillclary
Uiillillng, to answer the annexed bill
ofjumenj Byrne. Anil you are fur
ther commanded, by order of tho Hon.
A. W. Carter, IhI Judge of the Circuit
Court of tho 1st Circuit, that process
bn served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feok aud that
a temporary Injunction issue ne prayed
for against tbo 0hu Rtllroad it L aid
Company, A. Feok, his Attorney,
Agents aud Fnctot. and have you
then there this Writ, with your re
J ot-at 1 Witness the First Judge
1 st-Aii jof the cruut CoUfto, (lle
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27tli
day of July, lb'Jli.
(8lg) GEO UGH LUCAS,
J 11G0, Civil Code. Tbo time with
in which an uct is to be done,
shall be computed by excluding tho
llrst day and Including the last. It
tho last day be Bunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to bo a true
copy of the original summons iu said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service bo made ut on said non-resident
defoudaut, A. Peek, by publica
tion of tho same aud continuance of
said caiiBe until the 28th day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March in, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homeliko I'lace, where. Trained
Nurne, Mansage, "Swedish Moveiueut,"
Baths, Electricity nnd rhystcal Training
nay ba obtained.
r. s. KELLoaa, m. d.,
Telephone. 6.39. Superintendent.
Furnished on tho Beach at Waikiki
for a short time. Apply to "A.,"
P. O. Box 29S. BOl! :t
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCRi 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter' office. l O.
Can You A-fEbrd to be without them
at the 3?rices Quoted P
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Commencing Monday, March 22, 1897
13ia;gel Reduction Ever Orlered!
Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS
Reduced from S4.00 to 50 Cents.
Now is tho timo to get a High Grade Corset for 50c, and remember this Mon
ster lieduction only holds good for .. ' '
ONE WEEK ! ONE WEEK !
P. D. CORSETS .
Reduced trom S3.50 to Sl.oO for 1 "Week Only.
Other Grades of Corsets from 25 Cents Up. Just think of it.
Ladies' Shirt Waists ...
From 40' Cents Up for 1
jj- A Seamstress will charge you moro than this
Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up !
No. 10-EOKT STREET ST0EE-jSto. 10
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : Honolulu:
Z3 Will Be Offered This Week ! "d
You Can't Afford to Miss Them.
We are now prepar
. ing for Another Big -Reduction
ment in a few days.
1 litPIiS 1
..tu Lit.. ia.iin.,iintiiii8t1iifc'kn)iilfii
Week Only. ;
figure for plain sewing.
i -tfir fer.. 4u