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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 24, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
II. 0. Austin, tho Maui peda
gogues, is in tho city.
Editor E. D. Srmrrow canio up
from Hilo on tho Kinnu.
Tho nea Borpont has ncrnin boon
seen o(T tho Coast of Java.
Bishop Roport left on tho Hall
Inst ovoning for a pastoral visit to.
Tho Kinau brought ton return
ing tourists from tho Volcano this
Tho Board of Health will hold
a rogular wookly mooting this
Superior breakfast sausngo is a
spooialty at tho Central Market.
King up 104.
About sixty mombors of tho
Choral Society had rohearsal yes
Portraits onlargod from Btnall
VV photos ''and handsomoly framed
for S10 at King Bros.
All tho mail rocoived by tho
Itiu Janoiro yostorday was fumi
gated for three-hours.
Among tho arrivals on tho Ki
nau woro Gardner K. "Wilder and
Shoritl L. A. Androws.
Chiof Justico and Mrs. Judd
expect to leave for tho States in tho
Mouowai noxt Monday wook.
Plonty of Seattle book beer on
tap at tho Louvre Bnloon. Don't
forgot tho numbor, 308 Nuunnu
Be suro and call for a glass of
tho celebrated bock boor with your
lunch today at tho Anchor
Nino-hundredtlxs of an inch o
rain was shown by Frank Brown's
gaugo this morning from last
Sonator Frank Northrop of Ha
waii is in tho city, having arrived
in tho Kinau this morning, and is
staying at tho Arlington.
Tho minstral troupo of tho U.
S. S. Yorktown gavo a very buc
ful show at tho Lyceum Theatre,
Shanghai, pn February 27.
Captain Cook, formerly of tho
yacht Spray, expects to got a
little vesBel for a cruise to south
ern waters before a groat while.
There will bo a Bpccial mooting
of the Honolulu Boad Club,
Thursday evening at 7:30, at tho
Y. M. C. A. to 'consider n now
proposition regarding the bicycle
It is said there is to be a half
milo horse raco at Hilo noxt
Saturday, betwpon steeds owned
by Jack Wilson and Ed. Weight.
There is somo "stuff" staked on
In tho policn court this morn
ing tho tnal of Ohoug Took aud
Ah Chun, opium in possession,
was set for March 29, and that of
Van Yuk, assault and battery, for
At noon tomorrow W. S. Luce
will sell at auction, at his sales
room on tho corner of Quoon and
.Port streets, a tract of land situ
ated at Auankai, Waikiki, under
foreclosure of mortgage.
Mons. Louis Vossion, the
French Commissioner, accom
panied by tho Chancellor of Lega
tion, paid an official visit to tho
U. S. 3. Marion this morning and
received tho nsual salute.
Lopors in India woro treated
with shocking inhumanity boforo
Christianity was introduced. iMauy
of thorn wore buried alivo. Tho
English rulers have put a Btop to
this custom and for fourteen yearB
thore haB been a spooinl Christian
mission to tho 130,000 lepers in
Christopher Johnson, superin
tending enrpentor of tho Intor
Islaud Steam Navigation Com
pauy, has a two story house near
ly completed on Prospect street
near tho Punchbowl reservoir.
AVi ay Taylor is having a Iioubo
built on Thurston avenue udjoin
iug V. George Ashley's place.
' are better than good.
Several goatB await redeeming
in tho pound.
Deputy Sheriff W. J. Sheldon
is ovor from Lahaina.
Only ono arrest was mndo this
forenoon, tliat of a Uhineso cuefa
Tho horso show is a nightly at
traction. Matineo again Satur
Thoro will bo cricket practise at
tho barracks parade ground from
4 to G this afternoon. ,
y Joe Akana, a confirmed truant,
was'sont to tho lleform school for
a year by Judgo do la Vorgno this
Tho"hard times party" of tho
Daughters of llobecca is olso
whoro advertised. There aro great
preparations of old clo's all over
town for tho ovont.
Tho trial of Shituizu and Gal
lagher for an alleged violation of
tho immigration laws has again
been postponed until Saturday in
Judge do la Vorgno's court.
Of the 31G Chinese who came
in tho Ilio do Janeiro, 11)0 aro
contract laborers for plantations.
Tho rest aro returning Chinese on
passports and six months' visitors
It is reported from Hilo that
Hyman Bros, of Honolulu aro
going to start a branch storo at
that town. Mr. Rubinstein, man
agor of tho firm, positively denies
J. A. Mngoon was tho purchas
er, at Morgan's auction sale, of
six shared of Holualoa Hui stock
at 8(50 a share. Tho sulo of a ku
leana at Uolunlon, Koua, Hawaii,
A prominent member of the
Hawaiian Jockoy Club says ho
doubts if thoro aro enough horses
to mako a day's racing on Juno
11. What thoro are seom to bo
mostly trotting stock, and Hono
lulu likes nothing so well as good
A yearling colt followed the
equipago of W. E. Howell, Super
intendent of Public Works, about
town this forenoon. It lookod
into Senator Brown's law office,
speculated on getting upstairs to
the United States Consulate, then
followed its mastor up Fort street,
taking tho sidowalk and threaten
ing to 6at up Moluorny's stock of
hats as it paused at tlio entrance
of that store.
MAKIKI I, OTN l.tVOLVKII.
Niie of Coimtriicllon
Jnclsr It's Villi.
It transpires that tho pending
litigation ovor tho construction
of tho lato Judgo li's will affects
the title to tho Makiki lots sold
about a year ago by Bruce War
ing & Co. Tho land belonged to
Judge Irs estate, and was sold by
Hon. A. F. Judd.'tho Chief
Justice, as guardian of Irene Ii,
now Mrs. O. A. Brown.
It passed through different
hands, including thoso of Liliuo
k'alaui, before coming into pos
session of tho present holders. A
largo numbor of tho ' pur
chasers from tho real estate firm
nomod have built houses upon
their lots, in most cases
of an improved style over tho
oldtimo Honolulu dwellings.
The question at issue is whether
Judgo Ii loft his daughter a life
interest or a fee simple titlo to the
property. ' It is now under sub
mission to the Supremo Court in
a case brought to sottle tho title of
certain lamib uuuer lease oy
Mr. and Mrs. Brown to tho
Oahu Sugar Compuuy. As tho
guardian of Miss Ii had judicial
authority for soiling the Makiki
land of his ward, it is goneral
opiuion that tho presont holders
of tho proporty will huvo to bo
protected in auy event, even if an
appropriation has to bo made by
tho Legislature for indemnifying
The itlo ile J nuclro.
Yesterday aftornoon tho P M S
S Rio do Janeiro, Wnrd command
er, arrived' from tho V)riont, "and
anchored in tho stream. As sho
was quarantined, roporters could
not secure much news from hor.
Three huudred Chineso and a few
Japanese nnd a number ofEuropo
an cabin passengers wero brought
'Pint .Inriimiiun nfpnmsliin Snltn.
ra-mnru haviug hauled out from
Pacific Mail wharf, tho Rio moved
in enrly in tho oveuing to dis
charge 800 tons of freight, tho
Chinese aud Japs having been
pioviously transfoired to Quaran
tiuo Inland. Tho Rio departed
for San Francisco lato last night.
Celebrated for Its great leavening atrcnctli
and hcnltliftilnets. A Mures tlie food ufjalnst
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to tbo cliiap brands. HorAL IHkino Tow
DEll Co , New Yohk.
To Our Store.
Thoru's a well-beaten path. It
leads directly to our doois.
Throngs of buyers travcrso it
day aftor day. Shows that wo
arc slienglhening tho friendly
business lolotion between the
storo and public, without which
there can bo no real success.
Wo have the best goods the
newest ni tides in our lino, all of
which we sell at tho closest
margin of piofit to us. Wo aio
willing that buyers) shall have
an oppoitunity of saving. You
can do it.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Notice la hereby giveu Hint the fol
lowing est ray 3 huvo lieen Impounded
In the Government Pound at Makiki,
1 Whlto Goal; 1 White Gnnt with
nluck HnuH on the back, ptts on tho
quarter, both ears out; 1 She Goat,
black with white spot on forehead unit
both sides whltn, tall white, 2 tiorna
and one ear cut; 1 Grey dim Goat with
horns; 1 White Kid, right ear cut.
Aud If such ei-troys arp not claimed
and all pound rhiirxef sntirifled on or
before 8ATIJHDAY, April 3, 1S07,
at 12 o'clock noon, they will tio Bold
on that date ami hour to the highest
bidder. K KEKUENE,
. Pound master.
Honolulu, H. I., March 23, 1S97.
Pacific Rebecca Lodge,
No. I, I, 0. 0. F.
' A Hard Times Party '
Friday Evening, March 26
At HARMONY HALL.
AT THE PAVILION.
Every Night This Week.
Matineo: Wednesday and Saturday.
25 and "50 Cents !
Reserved Seats at Wall, Nichols Company.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 258, ! ! s I No. 310 KlnirBt.
Subnoribe for tbe Rvrmnq Boii
letin 76 oonta per month.
SCHMIDT & SONS
ON ALL . . '
Just Received per S. 8. Australia
For One Week Only.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
Theso opening buds
of spring scarfings
have been gnthored
from a voritablo
Kdou of color culture.
designed to fill tho
dictates of swell dross
scarfs cost as much.
THESE' GO '
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Can You Affbrd to be -without them
at the'jPrices Quoted?
Corsets ! Corsets !
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Commencing Monday, March. 22, 1897
Thompson's Glove Fitting CORSETS
Heduced from S4r.OO to 50 Cents. .
Now is tho timo to got a High Grade Corset for 50c, and remember1 this Mon
ster lleduction only holds good for
ONE WEEK ! ONE WEEK !
P. 0. CORSETS .
ITi-'oni 4LO Cents Up lor 1 "Week Only.
AST A, Seamstress will qhargo you moro than this figure for plain sowing.
Shirt Waists from 40 Cents Up !
M 10-FORT STEEBT STOEE-Wo. 10-
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street : : Honolulu:
s" Will Be Offered This Week ! "l
You Can't Afford to Miss Them.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
n- i w . - '
Invented aud PaUnted by W. W. WRIGHT,
If Obliterates All Horse Motion.
This device can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts
t2. For full particulars, call on or address '
W. W. WRIGHT,
550-tf Fropriotor Honolulu Carriage Jlanulactory, Fort street, abore Hotel.
SB.oO lo S1.50 toi"- 1 "Week Only.,
of Corsets from 25 Cents TJp. Just think of it. , ; M