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lEyENINa JBULfJETIN, MAItOlT 23, 185)7.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Ilnwniian Sodn Works havo
n cnrd olnowhoro.
Tfio Ghoral Booioty moots at tho
nigh school this availing for re
Work hnB been tsommonced on
tho pressed briok front o tho Em
Geo. W. Smith, secrotnry, in
vites tondcrs for bread for tho
Portraits onlnrgod from small
photoB and hanclsomoly framed
for S10 at King Bros.
It is said that many of tho
bridal presents for Miss Kate Mo-
Grow aro magnificent and costly.
PoDulnr nriccB at Bristol's horso
show will accouiit lor. tho largely
ucrenscu aiionaanco last ovoning.
Auaust Toollncr, a nowsnnper
soribo from Washington, is hero
for a few months of taking notes.
Plontv of Seattle bock boor on
tap at tho LouTro saloon. Don't
forgot tho uumbor, 308 Nuuauu
I3e suro and call for a glass of
tho celebrated bock beer with your
lunch today at tho Anchor
saloon. , .'
King Bros, havo just received a
pow lot of tissuo paper, window
notes, eash rods, artists' materials,
pioturo frames, otc.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail steam
or for L.B. Kerr. Ho 6ellsa siuglo
yard at wholosalo prices.
If nothing linpponn in the moan
time Detective David Kaapa will
leave on tho Claudino this evening
for a much needed vacation.
Ono of tho wings of the great
monastery of St. Bernard was de
molished by an avalanoho on
March 1. No lives wore lost.
As thoro is no chanco of the
Rio getting away thid evoning, in
any case, Bov. J. H. Smith will
conduot another mooting at tho
P. M. Lucas, manager of tho
HHuwaiian Hotol, leaves by tho
a Rio de Janoiro for tho CoaBt.
He goes for Iub health, and hie
many friends will wish for his re
turn fully restored.
' Professor Bergor"will give the
girls of tho Kawaiahao Hominary
a treat this aftornoou . Tho gov
ernment band will play on tho
lawn in front of that institution
from 3 to C o'clock.
J. N.Gilman.of OubUo k. Cooko,
is local agout of tho Mirioki Im
migration Company, under whose
auspices tho Sakura'simmigrants
who havo been rejected wore
brought to Honolulu.
Thoro was a good attondanco at
. tho meeting of Co. H, for tho elec
tion of a captain, last night. Cap
tain T. B. Murray was tho only
nominee and unanimously ro elect
ed. Captuin Sohaefor presided.
The marriage ceremony of Dr.
Cooper aud Miss McGrow will
take place at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral tomorrow evening at 8 in
stead of 7:30 o'clock. The reception
will bo hold at the bride's home
half an hour later.
James F. Morgan will soil at
auction at noon tomorrow at his
nnlnnrnnm on Otienn street six
shares in tho Hui of Holualoa, of
North Kona.to' satisfy a mortgage.
Terms and conditions of salo will
bo found in another column.
Tho S S City of Rio do Janeiro
ontored tho harbor at 2:30 p. m.
from China and Japan. Sho flew
a quarantine Hag. There aro 301
Chinese and a few Japanoso, be
sides a number of cabin passeng
ers for horo. No news of import
ance. For an attempt to commit an
offense on a thirtoon-year old Ha
waiian girl, John Halvorson was
sentenced to four months at hard
labor by Judge do la Vorgne to
day. The man wan until recently
a merabor of ono of tho National
Guard companies stationed at tho
. ' ' Schilling's Best means:
It ' baking pnwder '
coffc (luvunni: titlicti
I - s4a napiM
as, good as anybody wants
A missing bay horso is rnlvor
Tho finishing touches aro being
put on thocountorB of tho Intorior
Office, and swinging screen doors
nnf in Min vnrimia nntrnnnna.
Horcaftor tho public will do busi-
noss with tho oihee inside, instead
of standing at' a holo in tho wall.
Tho leases of four now lots on
tho Esplanade, for ton years at an
upsot rental of 83G0 a year, wore
sold by auction at the Interior
D'opartmont today. Two wore
bought by W. G. Irwin & Co. and
two by Lowers & Cooko at tho up
set figure, making an annual in
como for all of $1440.
Orcnl Cleniiiig Out Mule nt the Teni
lo ol I'nolilnn.
M. G. Silva, tho proprietor of
tho Temple of Fashion, has de
cided to closo out his business and
return to his old homo in Portugal.
It Is some timo sinco. ho mado tho
decision eventually to mako this
move, and tho news of tho death
of ono of his grandparents hast
ens hisdeparturo. Mr. Silva in
tonds closing out his dry goods
business as eoon as possible, and
with this end 'in viow will bogin
on April 1 his bona Ado closing
out sale. $10,000 is tho figuro that
the goods in his storo represent,
and in order to distribute these
goods ho will offer a discount of
25 porcont on tho cost prioo of
each aud every pieco of goods in
tho ostublishmont. Tho storo will
bo closed March 29, 30 and 31, to
allow tho marking down of tho
goods, and on April 1 Mr. Silva
will bo ready to receive the pub
lic and offer them goods that
would bo ruinous if ho intended
remaining in business; "but,", as
Mr. Silva said to a Bulletin
ropresontativo this morning, "I
havo made up my mind to rotiro
from business and go homo oven
it I havo to givo my goods away."
Mr. Silva is well and fa'vorably
known in Honolulu as an upright,
straightforward.business man who,
by strict application, indomitable
onorgy,pluckand porsoveranco has
worked himself up from a mero
boy till today ho is considered ono
of Honolulu's foremost young
business men. Having tho entire
confidence of his countrymen, tho
respect and dstoem of his competi
tors," Ihb departure will naturally
bo looked upon with regrot.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
One Hay Horse, new slioe9 on feet,
branded W. It." Return to 253
Kitinu street. 5G5-U
Hawaiian Soda -Works
nro ireparert to furnish l'rlvato Fami
lies with a really Good, Pure Sodn
in tho Now Bottles.
Belfast Ginger Ale.
rjv Telephone G32, at Sunuy South.
Notice of Tenders for
Sealed Tenders will be received nt
the office of tho uniierslgnoi up to 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, March 30th, for
supplying the Queen's Hospital with
Fresh White aud .Brown Ureuil, for
oue yeaf from Apt II lnt, 1897, to March
31st, 189S, lu auoh dally (luautlttes as
may be ordered from time to time by
the Superintendent. The Board of
Trustee does not hind Itfelf to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
GEO. W. SMITH,
Secretary Queen's Hospital.
Eleotion of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of tho Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Company, L'd, hold this
day, I he follov.inc Otllcrrs and Direc
tors were elected for the ensuing year:
W. B. Godfrey President
J. Ena Vloo-President
N. K. Gt-dgo Secretary
J'. Ii MoLtan Treasurer
1" "W. Hobron Auditor
W. B. Godfrey, J. Ena, G. N. Wll
pox. A. 8. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
F. A. tichaefer, E. Suhr.
N. E. GEDGE,
Secretary I. I. 8, N. Co., L'd.
-Honolulu, H.l. Maroh 9, 1897.
All accounts of THREE monthB or
longer standing, will be placed In the
hands of our attorney lor collection
unless immediate settlement is made.
55215t J. J. EG AN.
The Evening Jlulletin, 75 cents
To Our Store.
There's a wcll-bcaton path. It
lends directly to our doors.
Throngs of buyers travorso it
day uftor day. Shows that wo
are strengthening tho friendly
business relation between tho
storo and public, without which
thoro cun.be no real success.
Wo havo the best goods, tho
newest articles in our lino, all of
which wo soil nt tho closest
margin of profit to us. Wo avo
willing that buyers shall lmvo
an opportunity of saving. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .,.. 1
of the First Circuit, Hawaii- Bhxlj
an Islands. James J. Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Allen mid others, at Cham
hers. Tho Republic of Hawaii: To
the Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands,,
or bis Deputy, Greeting: You aro
hereby commanded to summon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry Rhodes,
W. H. Lamhert, A. Feek, B. F. Dil
lingham and Oahu Railroad & Lund
Co. to appear ten days a(ter eervleo
hereof, if thoy reside on the Island of
Oahu, otherwise twenty days after
service, before such Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit as shall
be sitting at Chambers in the Court
Room, at Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Building, to answer the annexed bill
of James J. Byrne. And you are fur
ther commanded, by order of the Hou.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of tho 1st Circuit, that process
be sorved upon V. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for aud on behalf of A. Feek and that
a temporary Injunction Issue as prayed
for nguluBt tho O hu Railroad & Land
Company, A. Feek, his Attorney?,
Ageuts and Fuuiors, aud have you
then there this Writ, with your re
J uit Witness the First Judge
1 BtAlJ fot the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1898.
(Sig) GEORGE LUCAS,
f 1160, Civil Code. The time wlthi
in which au act la to be done,
shall bo computed by excluding the
first day and including the hint. If
mo last uay uo buuuay, it shall Do
I certify tho foregoing to bo a true
copy of tho original summons lit paid
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service be made upon Bald uon-resident
defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of the same and continuance of
said cause until tho 28th day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 19, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
The undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of the Estate
of Chang Kl ug, late of Walal ua, Onhu,
deceased, by order ,of iho Honorable
A. Perry, Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court, First Judicial Ciicuit, Repub
lic; of Hawaii, lieiehy i.otllle.i all per
sons having ulaliiiH ng-tln-t said es
tate, to present the name with vouchors
duly authenticated, even though the
same be secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to him at Walalua, Oahu,
within six (6) months from date
hereof, or such claims will be forever
barred. All persons ludebted to said
estate are also notified and directed to
pay such debts to the Administrator
only. RAUL MAHAULU,
Administrator of the Estate of Chang
Dated Walalua, Oahu, March 8,
1897. 638 4t
John Cnmmi!cho having leaded
from D. MoKunzie tho premises,
kuown as tho NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Store, on Merchant Street, will take
oharge and open out with a full tup
UT Ordinary board, 21 tickets for
SjtF" Game and Poultry at transient
rates. Call and H'e me.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrriCKt 208 MeroliunV street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cartel' office, P. O,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A rare good barguin was tho
buying of n hundred dozen
Bbirt waists. And you f-hnre
tho benefits. Shirt waists of
newest patterns in' colorings
and cut go to you at a dollar.
Tho lot is almost gone, somo of
tho prettiest will not last the
A new stock of ladies and
mens hose and half hose at
half price. Cricketers flannel,
just what is wanted by men
who try with tho wickets, at
low prices. Outing flannels for
ladies, in beautiful shades.
Such linen duck bargains
were 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, were never
prettier than now. The weaver
seems to know as much as tho
designer these days, and ho
puts them togothor so they
wear. This applies to Dimities,
Organdies and Muslins. These
arc in fancies; tho plains arc as
A whole department of Cor
sets gives you tho chanco
you've waited for. - Prima
Donna, P. D., E. & G. and
ventilated. Tho price is right.
Navy Blue aud Black rain
proof cloth is serviceable for
wraps at this season.
Stock taking affects Turkish
Towel prices tho samo as ovory
thing olse. This is customers'
week iu profit sharing.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Can Yolt Afford to be without them
atrthe Prices Q noted P
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Commencing Monday, March 22, 1897
Biggest Reduction 'Ever OHered !
..Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS
Reduced from &4r.OO to 50 Cents.
Now is tho time to. get a High Grade Corset for 50c, and remember this Mon- .
ster Iteduction only holds good tor
-''"' ONE WEEK ! ONE WEEK !
P. D. CORSETS . .
Reduced from $3.50 to $1.50 tor 1 "Week Qhly.
Other Grades of Corsets from 25 Cents Up. Just think'of it ; : ! v.
Ladies' Shirt Waists ; " ;' -x M b
From 4zO Cents Up for 1 "Week Only. "'.'Yffiv C:
B A Seamstress will charge you inoro than this figure for plain sowing. '. r U y. '
Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up !
"VIIESRES? AT &OJFLTDAJSP2SI
No. 10-IWr STREET STOEE-No. 10
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : ' ..Honolulu'
"&sr Will Be Offered This Week ! -S3
You Can't Afford to Miss Thein.
We are now prepar
ing for Another Big Re
duction Sale Announce
ment in a few days.
" ' -Mi' s